Careers | Queensland Building and Construction Commission

QBCC licence and other fees are set by regulation and increase according to the Government Indexation Rate. For 2024-2025, the Government Indexation Rate is zero percent. Therefore there was no fee increase on 1 July 2024. 


We’re constantly on the lookout for enthusiastic and professional people who are passionate about providing customers with a great experience. 

Are you committed to going that extra mile to make a positive difference every day? If yes, then join our team and together we can work to provide the best in government services.

Current vacancies

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  1. Great working conditions

    While our normal full-time working hours are 36.25 hours per week (7.25 hours per day), we are aware that everyone who works with us has a unique set of needs, so we offer flexible working hours.

    To cater for those who don’t work full-time, we have part-time and job share arrangements.

    Other benefits include a generous superannuation scheme where we contribute 12.75%, and you can salary sacrifice superannuation and vehicles if you wish.

    You also have access to Q-invest, an organisation offering financial advice.

    Diversity and inclusion

    Our workforce is made up of many individuals with unique skills, values, backgrounds and experiences. We are committed to providing an environment where our employees have equal access to opportunities available at work, are not judged by unlawful or irrelevant attributes, and have genuine feelings of belonging across workplace activities.

    We have a REDI Squad (Respect, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion), which helps positively influence, promote, support and encourage diversity and inclusion in our workplace.

    Work/life balance

    We believe balancing family and personal life with work is important, and that’s why we offer up to 24 months maternity leave (including 14 weeks paid leave), one week paternity leave and family responsibility (carer’s) leave.

    10 days paid sick leave per year is available to all our staff.

    Employee Assistance Scheme

    For the times you might need a little extra help, personally or professionally, we offer employees access to qualified counsellors.

    Opportunities to grow

    We want our employees to develop their skills, and through our study and research assistance scheme, with accompanying financial assistance, we give everyone at QBCC an opportunity to increase their skills by completing an accredited course.

  2. Read the position description

    The position description outlines the job’s purpose, key duties, accountabilities and outcomes, and the ideal candidate attributes (experience, skills and knowledge).

    Prepare your application 

    Provide a cover letter (2 pages maximum) outlining how you meet the ideal candidate attributes. Include your resume, listing your work history, training and any other information relevant to the role. 

    Don’t send written references, work samples, certificates, etc. unless we request them in the position description.

    Apply online

    Make sure you submit your application by the closing date, and if you have any problems, email us and quote the vacancy reference number. 

  3. We’ll invite the shortlisted candidates to an interview after the panel has reviewed all the applications. 


    The panel asks each interviewee the same questions to compare how you meet the role requirements. We may ask you to describe your experience and skills, and clarify any information in your application.

    We’ll let you know before the interview if you need to show work samples or carry out skill tests and/or a presentation.

    Reference checks

    If you are among the highest rating candidates, we’ll contact your referees. This is to verify the information we’ve gathered in the interview process.

    Criminal history check

    If ýou’re successful in your application, we carry out a criminal history check. If you have a criminal conviction or charge, it’s up to our discretion as to whether we employ you.

    Applicant feedback

    We advise all applicants about the outcome of the vacancy, and if you were unsuccessful, we can provide feedback if you’d like it.

Last reviewed: 23 Apr 2024 Last published: 23 Apr 2024
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