Why a Career at INS is a good choice
INS is a rapidly expanding and dynamic organisation. We know that by engaging the right people in the right roles, our potential is limitless.
We are committed to our Company values and we ensure that all who join our team are too. This makes INS a special place to work.
But it is not all work and no play here. We believe in the health and well-being of staff. The INS health, fitness and well-being program includes regular fitness, boxing and yoga classes during work hours, in addition to diet, stress management and healthy life style support.
INS have a flexible working policy. We facilitate flexible working practices including part time working, working from alternate locations and flexible times.
INS has a true commitment to the community with 10% of its profits going to charity. This has been embraced by staff through a voluntary donation scheme linked to our health and well-being program.
We regularly recruit the following roles
Transition Managers – Highly skilled case managers who manage employees in transition seeking redeployment within the State Government sector.
Career Coaches – Coaching professionals who assist with application writing, resumes, and interview skills in order to secure their next position.
Program Facilitators – Facilitation experts who run a two-week career transition program, designed to equip participants with the tools they will need.
People and Placement – Experienced HR general practitioners providing immediate support to case managers and employees in transition. Also responsible for monitoring vacancies across the public sector, accurately matching roles to employees in transition.
Support staff – Capable administration and support staff that underpin the effective running of INS operations.
If you are seeking a new opportunity and have the skills and attributes to be part of our team, we would love to hear from you.