Renewables, Climate and Future Industries Tasmania Staff Induction
Welcome to the Department of Treasury and Finance. This site has been established to provide you with an initial induction to the Department as employees of Renewables, Climate and Future Industries Tasmania. It will be supported by a tailored on-boarding program, once you commence working in ReCFIT.
To improve the well-being of Tasmanians by providing:
high quality advice to the Government; and
effective and efficient administration
of our financial and regulatory responsibilities
Treasury is a values-based organisation and our decisions and behaviour are guided by the following values:
A picture of our Values Wheelcopyright: Department of Treasury and Finance
Integrity - as it builds confidence, trust and self-respect and is the foundation of open and honest communication
Excellence - as it challenges us to give our best and brings us recognition
Respect - as it recognises the value of each of us and the contribution we all make
Camaraderie - as it creates a fun and supportive place to be
Passion - as it inspires us to achieve great things
Key Treasury Policies
Attached below are Key Treasury Policies that you will need to be familiar with on transfer. We recognise that, as existing State Service employees, many of these policies will be consistent with those in your existing agency. They are split into two categories:
If you require these documents in an alternative format, please contact
We encourage you to read these within your first week of transfer and send back your acknowledgement.
click here to send an email acknowledging that you have read, understood and agree to comply with these policies and the below COVID-19 Safe Behaviours. (Please use your work email address and add your signature block to this email).
COVID-19 Safe Behaviours
Before entering a Treasury workplace you must ensure that you do not have COVID-19 or any symptoms of COVID-19, are not under instruction to quarantine, and you undertake to act in accordance with the following expected behaviours:
- Maintaining 1.5m physical distancing where practicable;
- Following good health and hygiene practices at all times - wash hands regularly, dispose of tissues and used cleaning products in bin, clean any shared equipment after use, and refrain from intentional physical contact e.g. shaking hands;
- Staying at home if unwell and getting tested for COVID-19 if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms; and
- Following any applicable public health restrictions.
Please note that the incident response plan, in the event of an active COVID-19 case on site, is co-ordinated by the Deputy
Secretary, Corporate and Governance, Abigail Shelley.
If you have any specific questions about the attached policies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.