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Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc (CTST) is a vibrant and growing community organisation whose mission is to provide transport to older people and people living with a disability in the community.  As a business CTST values diversity and promotes a workplace culture that is committed to driving innovation, collaboration, professionalism, and respect.

Current vacancies are posted below, however, if you are interested in working with CTST, you may send a copy of your resume to us at any time.

Resumes should be emailed to


People & Capability Business Partner

As one of the largest providers of community transport in the country, if not the largest, CTST is a vibrant and growing not-for-profit charitable community organisation whose vision is that everyone has access to community transport. We specialise in providing reliable, high quality and safe transport to older people and people with a condition preventing them from undertaking daily activities. CTST’s impact is delivered via a workforce of over 350 passionate people, with the majority being volunteers, 90 vehicles, modern and sophisticated systems, great attitudes and, most importantly, we are consumer directed.   

Together with our current CTST transport offering, we are proud to be growing our Area Connect program; a new concept in flexible transportation to serve smaller and more remote communities in Tasmania where mainstream public transport is not readily available. 

We are looking for a dynamic human resources professional who is driven to to achieve results. The successful candidate will work as a true business partner to support the delivery of  the people and capability operational plan.  Key activities   include coordination and oversight of  recruitment and onboarding, learning and development, culture and engagement initiatives and employee relation queries. This position is a great opportunity for a someone wanting to build their career in a supportive and growing organisation.

About the Role

Key requirements of the position are:

  • Provide professional and timely advice and support to line managers and employees
  • Develop and enhance employee/volunteer experience and  lifecycle processes
  • Coordinate, deliver, monitor and review training activities including mandatory requirements and professional development
  • Lead or support a range of key projects and initiatives within the team
  • Identify key people issues/trends and determine practical, and impactful solutions
  • Drive continuous improvement initiatives and provide input into the strategic direction of the function
  • Complete reporting as required

About You

We are looking for a dynamic, consumer-centric and enthusiastic person. If you have the following skills, we would like to hear from you:

  • Great interpersonal skills and high standards of professionalism
  • High- levels of organisation, self-motivation and responsiveness
  • Able to work with autonomy, but also work collaboratively as part of a team
  • Ability to be adaptable and flexible, and able to manage competing priorities and change

If you have a proven track record in a human resources generalist position, a passion to achieve results and a desire to grow your career in a great community-based not-for profit organisation, this is a great  opportunity to take the next step.  

Applications should include a current resume and cover letter detailing your experience relative to the position.  Applications close by COB on Monday 22nd November 2021. 

If you have any enquiries about the position, please contact Karen Dingjan via email   

We look forward to hearing from you!