Read our Employee Benefits Guide (PDF, 4.48 MB) to find out more.
We offer a range of leave options, which may include:
- annual leave, which is generally 4 weeks per year, with leave loading for non-Senior Service employees
- up to 15 days of sick leave/carer’s leave per year
- 8 weeks of extended long service leave after 10 years of service
- up to 14 weeks of paid parental leave, with a potential for 2 weeks bonus paid parental leave as part of up to 104 weeks of unpaid leave
- eligible employees can purchase up to 4 weeks of additional leave over a 12-month period
- flex leave for eligible employees (dependent on industrial award) that accrue hours outside of their contracted hours
- study and exam leave for studies outside of work
- we also have a range of other leave types available to help support you:
- family and community services leave
- domestic violence leave
- military leave
- cultural or religious leave
- other types of special leave.
- competitive salaries
- salary packaging via superannuation contributions or a novated vehicle lease (up to 100 per cent of your earnings).
Health and wellbeing
- discounted access to more than 250 gyms and pools across NSW
- free annual influenza vaccination
- regular health and wellbeing workshops and a health fair offering free personalised health assessments
- Employee Assistance Program (counselling) for employees and their immediate family
- various discounts and reimbursements for fitness-related purchases.
- employee groups supporting workplace inclusiveness and diversity
- volunteering opportunities
- Recreation Club – hosts events such as family picnic days, fishing and golf trips, and sporting competitions. Members receive a range of purchase discounts
- The Young Professionals Network – offers opportunities for young employees to connect, share knowledge and build professional networks.
Transport for NSW offers employees plenty of opportunities to develop skills and build experience. We assist with goal planning and support our people as they progress towards their career aims.
We also offer a range of continual learning and development programs.
Some of the opportunities you can expect include:
- acting in a higher-grade position
- receiving assistance for relevant part-time study (up to 50 per cent reimbursement for tuition or HELP fees, and up to four hours of paid study leave a week)
- being involved in a leadership program
- taking advantage of more than 500 online and classroom-based short courses
- participating in professional communities of practice.
Balancing a fulfilling career and personal commitments can sometimes be challenging. We enable our people to work in ways that work for them and their teams with flexible work policies, offerings and practices. We’re proud to be a FlexReady Certified employer and Family Inclusive Workplace ™ and winners of the ‘Best Remote Work Strategy’ for our hybrid ways of working at the Australian HR Awards 2022.
Flexible options available can include:
- a hybrid mix of in-person and virtual work
- part-time arrangements
- job sharing
- working remotely from different locations
- variable start and finish times.
Our flexible working arrangements offer more structured arrangements, which require approval from your leader to ensure the arrangement works best for you and your team. If you want to know more about the flexible work options available for a particular role, have a conversation with your recruiter.