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Seeing it ... As a Surveyor with Land Tasmania, Briallen Hall (pictured left) provides important geodetic and mapping services to Tasmanians. Emily Spencer (right) a Research Microbiologist at Biosecurity Tasmania, develops vaccines to keep fish species healthy.
A Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) gender equality initiative – See It. Dream It. Do It. - has proudly accepted two major awards in the past fortnight.
The project team attended the Australian Human Resources Institute award event in Sydney recently to collect a finalist trophy for the Dame Quentin Bryce Gender Equity Award, celebrating excellence in gender equity initiatives in the workplace.
Staff were also presented with the Contribution to Community Award at the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Public Sector Excellence event this week.
The presentation acknowledged the valuable contribution See It. Dream It. Do It. has made to the community in seeking to address barriers to gender equality for young Tasmanian women.
See It. Dream It. Do It. aims to address the disparity between the number of males and females in operational and field-based roles at DPIPWE. By showcasing the variety of careers available to women, the initiative challenges gender stereotypes and empowers young females as they embark on their career journeys.
Wildlife Officer Olivia Barnard (left) cares for captive devils at the Cressy Wildlife Centre in her work for the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program. Rebecca Coleman (right), Biosecurity Inspector at Biosecurity Tasmania, plays a vital role in protecting the State from the negative impacts of pests, diseases and weeds.
Graduate Ranger with Tasmania Parks & Wildlife, Taylor Benny, works to protect and manage the parks and reserves of the West Coast.