Benefits

Burnet is a great place to work where staff can access a range of benefits from salary packaging to upskilling through training and development opportunities

Generous Salary Packaging

You will be able to package up to AUD$15,900 for general living expenses. This means part of your annual salary can be taken as a tax-free benefit,giving you a higher take home pay. Further tax savings can be made by salary packaging meals and entertainment, accommodation and venue hire. For further information visit the SmartSalary website.

Training and Development Opportunities

Training is not only central to building career options but also important in providing interesting and satisfying work. Some of the training opportunities include:

  • Induction and orientation
  • Conference attendance
  • Regular on site seminars in laboratory, public health and clinical research
  • Internal and external training programs
  • Online training covering topics such as Health and Safety, Equal Opportunity, Bullying and Social Media.

Flexibility

Our staff are able to negotiate with their Managers to have greater flexibility in their working hours including flexible start and finish times, purchasing leave, and part-time opportunities.

Parental Leave

We offer 12 weeks paid parental leave for eligible staff, in addition to the Government Paid Parental Leave Scheme.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

This program is a free confidential counselling service for all staff and their immediate family members. EAP counselling may assist in clarifying a problem, identifying options and developing plans to approach difficult issues. Counselling can take place on the phone, face-to-face or online.

Social Club

A very active social club at Burnet organises inclusive events for staff throughout the year.

Contact Details

Anita Cranwell

Email

careers@burnet.edu.au