Mining, resources & energy | 1,001-5,000 employees
How does TasNetworks create a diverse and equitable workplace?
Flexible workingFind out how you can work flexibly at TasNetworks.
Career developmentLearn how TasNetworks will invest in your personal growth.
Inclusive & anti-discriminatory cultureCheck out how TasNetworks fosters a positive working culture.
Shared caring responsibilitySee your leave entitlements as a parent and/or carer at TasNetworks.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion at TasNetworks
As a WORK180 Endorsed Employer, TasNetworks is committed to ensuring all their employees can thrive. Check out the strategies they have in place across our 10 key standards for driving equity in the workplace.
Flexible working arrangements
This standard focuses on the way organizations step outside traditional '9 - 5' structures to ensure every employee can deliver their best, regardless of their personal circumstances.
Strategies in place at TasNetworks
Formalized policy related to flexible working arrangements in place
Flexible work options offered:
|Compressed working week||Individual needs considered|
|Flexible start and finish times||All employees|
|Job sharing arrangements||Individual needs considered|
|Part-time contracts||Role / team dependent|
|Rostered days off||Role / team dependent|
|Time-off in lieu of overtime||All employees|
|Work from anywhere (remote working) options||Individual needs considered|
|Work from anywhere (remote working) permanently||Individual needs considered|
Paid holiday, vacation or annual leave in the first 12-months:
Unlimited fully paid personal sick leave in the first 12-months
Open to candidates discussing flexible working arrangements during an interview
Operational set up:
Multiple office locations
Fully paid community service leave in the first 12-months:
Unpaid leave options:
Tasmania is home to lifestyle cities and picturesque landscapes. It is also home to TasNetworks - an electricity networks business delivering power to our beautiful state. We supply power to more than 250,000 homes and businesses around Tasmania through a network of transmission towers, substations and distribution powerlines. We also:
- Build, maintain and operate the network
- Establish new connections
- Respond to, and repair, outages and faults
- Read customers’ meters
- Provide education, advice and information about electrical safety
- Deliver nationally accredited training to lineworker apprentices, contractors and sub-contractors, local councils and civil construction organisations
- Own and operate a ...
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