This year, our media reach
was in the millions. We continued to
increase our social media presence
and we welcomed new members
from across the sector.
Ensure QCOSS is a recognised key contributor to public debate
During 2022-23 there was a notable increase in engagement with QCOSS’ corporate communications.
2,498 Facebook followers
3,821 LinkedIn followers
2,313 Twitter (X) followers
956 Instagram followers
2,846 Conduit newsletter recipients
56,591 unique visitors viewed qcoss.org.au
more than 178,100 times
3,588 media mentions
Australia wide with a projected audience of 57.28 million
Ensure QCOSS membership
is a must have for community organisations in Queensland
QCOSS’ members are the heart of our organisation.
In 2022-23 we worked on deepening our engagement with members and responding to their needs through advocacy, research, policy development, data profiles and capacity building activities.
We delivered 31,074 copies of our member e-newsletter, Conduit, and welcomed 67 new members - a total of 461 members altogether.
Through our Town Halls and membership networks, our members helped identify, develop, and deliver some of our most impactful advocacy work on housing, indexation and gender responsive budgeting.
Ensure all team members
have what they need to do their job, control and clarity in relation to their work, opportunities to grow and learn and that they feel connected to the purpose
After a month’s long consultation process with QCOSS staff, QCOSS staff union representatives and the Services Union, significant progress was made towards finalising a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) – expected to take effect during the second half of 2023.
During the 2022/23 financial year, we introduced new project management software – Monday Work Management - to ensure the consistent and good practice application of project and contract management across the organisation. Monday also supports resource and workload management, tracking and reporting on the progress of projects, and enhances collaboration and communication across teams. The rollout was further supported by a significant number of employees undertaking the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) training.