Labor has announced a reshuffle of portfolios with David O'Byrne the new treasury spokesman.
Labor leader Rebecca White said Mr O'Byrne had a "wealth of experience" in replacing former treasury spokesman Scott Bacon who resigned recently.
Mr O'Byrne said he was honoured to take on the role and hold the government to account for accumulating "close to $1 billion in net debt and having the highest unemployment in the country".
"The budget is in a pretty ordinary state despite the best economic conditions for quite a long time," Mr O'Byrne said.
As part of the reshuffle, Lyons MHA Jenna Butler takes on the police, fire and emergency management portfolio, while Braddon MHA Shane Broad has been given infrastructure and Braddon colleague Anita Dow has the transport and advanced manufacturing areas to focus on.
Bass MHAJennifer Houston has been given responsibility for multicultural affairs and upper house member Jo Siejka adds veterans affairs to her duties.
"I am very fortunate to have a group of passionate and talented people in the Labor team who are working hard together for a better and fairer Tasmania," Ms White said
"After five and a half years, Tasmanians now see Will Hodgman for who he is - a part time Premier who cuts funding for essential services while Tasmanians lose their jobs and people die needlessly in our state's hospitals."
Government minister Michael Ferguson accused Ms White of announcing her new line-up to "distract from the return to Parliament of Madeleine Ogilvie, which follows a nightmare two weeks for Labor".
"Ms White had a chance to plot a new course for Labor with her shadow ministry, yet, like the Titanic, she has chosen to stay full steam ahead towards the iceberg," Mr Ferguson said.
"Bereft of policy ideas, and having lost a seat on a recount in an extraordinary and unprecedented fashion, Labor is a rabble and their brand is toxic."