AIHW provides a range of benefits to its employees including competitive salaries, policies and practices that support work-life balance, and a supportive Learning and Development opportunities.
We encourage a positive work environment that values innovation and collaboration. The work that we do creates authoritative and accessible information and statistics that inform decisions and improve the health and welfare of all Australians. We are a small friendly agency where the CEO likes to get to know everyone.
On 30 November 2021, the State of the Service 2020-21 Report was published. To view the State of the Service 2020-21 Report, visit the Australian Public Service Commission website.
The report identifies the year-to-year trends in workforce participation and capability across the entire APS and is based on results from the APS Employee Census. The 2021 APS Employee Census results reinforce the AIHW’s strong culture of collaboration and commitment to excellence—with top ten rankings in both engagement and wellbeing scales out of 101 APS agencies.
View the AIHW highlights report 2020-21 (464KB PDF).
View the AIHW highlights report 2019-20 (350KB PDF).
View the AIHW highlights report 2018-19 (465KB PDF).
We are committed to providing a supportive and inclusive workplace for everyone, and support the following Australian Public Service diversity strategies:
Refer to the AIHW Enterprise Agreement(412KB PDF) for further information about what we offer.
The AIHW is also committed to assisting the community. We are a registered member of Red25, a unique giving program by the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. Together, Red25 members work towards ensuring that 25% of Australia's blood donations are secured.
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