Labor has unveiled an expanded portfolio distribution which sees almost all members given a portfolio.
Labor leader Rebecca White said the new portfolio allocation takes advantage of the depth of talent within the Labor team.
After the election in March last year Labor announced a portfolio distribution that could be translated into government, however Ms White said the portfolios were expanded to more members because they have had the chance over the past year to become experienced in their responsibilities.
Bass MHA Jennifer Houston was the only member who did not receive a portfolio as she is unable to uphold this extra responsibility at this time due an illness in her family.
"A year after the election, new members have become a strong voice in their communities and the time is right to give them portfolio responsibilities," Ms White said.
"We have a fresh team who are very excited about the roles that they have," Ms White said.
"I've decided the knowledge that they share is too important not to take advantage of.
"The new shadow ministry is structured to reflect the issues we know are most important to Tasmanians."
The education portfolio has moved from deputy leader Michelle O'Byrne to be taken on by Elwick MLC Josh Willie, a former teacher.
"Economic development is a key portfolio, and Michelle is the deputy leader," Ms White said citing Ms O'Byrne's other portfolio responsibilities.
"Josh Willie is a former teacher and brings experience to the role of the education portfolio that will be incredibly valuable for us. He is strong voice for the education sector."
Lyons MHA Jen Butler has taken on a new portfolio for building and construction, and manufacturing.
"We have identified that building and construction, and manufacturing, are key areas, both for economic opportunity for the state and job creation, but also importantly to provide a roof over people's heads," Ms White said.
"The shadow cabinet reshuffle marks the start of an intensive policy development process over the coming year."
Ms White said the party was working on what policies were relevant to take forward to the next election in 2022.
"We want to ensure that our policies are relevant and reflect the priorities of the community," Ms White said.
"Political parties need to by dynamic."
Ms White said the reshuffle was not about securing her position as leader.