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In the spirit of reconciliation, CheckUP acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.




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Industry Workforce Advisors

The Industry Workforce Advisor program supports small and medium businesses to address workforce challenges, diversify their workforces, and support workforce and productivity growth.

CheckUP serves as the Industry Workforce Advisor organisation for the following sectors:

  • Community services
  • First Nations healthcare and social assistance
  • Health

Established as part of the Good People, Good Jobs – Queensland Workforce Strategy, the program enables our Industry Workforce Advisors to provide free, tailored workforce planning assistance to Queensland businesses in these sectors.

CheckUP’s Industry Workforce Advisors can work directly with your business to:

  • identify workforce challenges, develop a workforce plan and suggest options to address the challenges including accessing grants and incentives
  • refer your business to funding available under the Workforce Connect Fund for new and innovative HR solutions
  • assist in development of strategies to recruit and attract people, including from diverse cohorts, and other potential labour supply, such as skilled migration
  • connect you with the department’s programs including grants and initiatives, the Business Queensland website and available Australian Government programs and incentives.

How to get involved

We are inviting Expressions of Interest from small to medium health businesses across Queensland to access workforce planning assistance and services, through the Industry Workforce Advisors. Click here to complete an Expression of Interest form.

To learn more about how CheckUP’s Industry Workforce Advisors can support your business, please contact our team by submitting and EOI or through the contact details listed below.

Expression of Interest
Andrew Legg
Andrew Legg

Sector: First Nations health care and social assistance
Mobile: 0498 801 004

Andrew Legg is a Western Kuku Yalanji man of the Kuku Mini clan and the Malanbarra clan of the Yidingi peoples of Far North Queensland. He also shares ancestry to the Malakula Island in Vanuatu. He has a diverse professional background, having worked in various fields such as entertainment, trade, sales, business management, and human services. He is deeply passionate about working towards positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as well as in areas such as human services, cultural practice and acceptance, the workforce industry, the environment and education. He is characterised as an outgoing, enthusiastic, and determined individual who is eager to make progress. Andrew commenced work at CheckUP in November 2022 and in his role of Industry Workforce Advisor for First Nations Health Care and Social Assistance is eager to utilise his skillset and knowledge to help identify solutions for businesses and assist them in applying for grants.

Jamie Brown
Jamie Brown

Sector: Health

Jamie Brown comes to CheckUP with 17 years’ experience in Vocational Education and Training, and Workforce Planning and Development. He has worked in a variety of roles in the not-for-profit and public provider sectors including Registered Training Organisation Manager, Workforce Development Consultant, and Workplace Learning Designer and Project Manager.
Having worked on a number of Commonwealth and Queensland Government workforce and training initiatives in the Health Care and Social Assistance sectors, Jamie has a thorough understanding of the government programs and supports available to industry, and extensive experience in working with clients and stakeholders to develop tailored solutions to their workforce and training needs.
Jamie views the Industry Workforce Advisor program as an important platform for the Health industry to meet today’s workforce challenges and is keen to use his expertise to work with small and medium sized business to help them address these.

Industry Workforce Advisor - Community services
Industry Workforce Advisor – Community services

We are currently recruiting for this role.

Email Kylie Hogan, CheckUP’s workforce program development & delivery advisor for more information 

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