Workplace Injury Commission

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At the Workplace Injury Commission, our people matter so much, and so will you. You’ll play a key role in helping injured Victorians move on with their lives. In return, you’ll discover meaningful work, a vibrant team culture, and the support and benefits you need to thrive.

Our work is a team effort. No matter your role, each person at the Workplace Injury Commission is integral to our ability to deliver flexible, fair and efficient alternative dispute resolution services. Explore our key service areas and the rewarding roles we offer.

We help Victorians find a way forward
At the Workplace Injury Commission, we’ve helped thousands of injured workers and employers resolve their disputes and find a way forward. We’re a robust Victorian Government statutory authority that’s been making an impact since 1992. We’re a stable, purpose-driven organisation that offers you meaningful work, a welcoming and vibrant team culture, and a range of benefits, including:

  • Competitive remuneration, plus generous allowances and reimbursements for study, wellbeing and home-office working.
  • More leave when you need it most – flexible leave arrangements tailored to you.
  • Access to our 24/7 holistic mental health and wellbeing program for you and your family.
  • A progressive and supportive work environment with experienced leaders who are invested in you.

We are looking for people who want to make a difference, take pride in their work and are passionate about helping Victorians find a way forward. We empower injured workers and employers to resolve their disputes and get their lives back on track. Whether you work directly on disputes or enable the Workplace Injury Commission behind the scenes, your efforts will count here.

The Workplace Injury Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values the diversity of its people. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

Please note: On 1 September 2022 the Accident Compensation Conciliation Service (ACCS) was renamed the Workplace Injury Commission, to reflect the expansion of our dispute resolution services.