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- Promoting equal opportunity in our recruitment, selection and employment practices and recognising that unconscious bias can impede such practices
- Ensuring our employment activities, including attraction, retention and development activities promote diversity in our work environments
- Encouraging employment and promotion from groups recognised by equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination legislation, and
- Ensuring our employment practices are compliant with anti-discrimination legislation, and in the spirit of promoting equality and equity between employees, regardless of background.
Variety of opportunities
We have a depth of opportunities available in our business.
Committed to Diversity
Our targeted focus on diversity is looking at the different aspects of diversity as a whole.
Join a dynamic team
We are constantly on the look out for talented people and have positions available right across Australia.
Diversity at Aurizon
Although it is important that we look at diversity as a whole, gender diversity in our workplace is a primary focus. Our CEO is particularly passionate about greater opportunities for women and has set a target of 30% by 2019.
We have put in place practical initiatives to attract and recruit a more diverse workforce, as well as developing and supporting our existing diversity target groups to progress through our leadership ranks.
Aurizon Indigenous Employment Strategy
Our indigenous Employment Programs are designed to introduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders into our workforce in Central Queensland, Western Australia and the Hunter Valley.
Queensland Male Champions of Change
Aurizon’s Managing Director & CEO Lance Hockridge is a member of the Queensland Male Champions of Change (QMCC), along with eight other company Executives.
In Australia, the top 200 ASX-listed companies are predominantly run by men, with females representing only 10% of key executives. The QMCC are working together to advocate for more effective strategies and practices for bringing about fairness, equity and a culture of inclusion in our workplaces.
- Iron Ore
Every day we move over 500,000 tonnes of freight across the nation with a fleet of approximately 600 active locomotives, 15,000 wagons and an expansive road network of trucks and road vehicles. Our team of dedicated transport operators is entrusted with Australia’s wealth for both international export and domestic delivery. Our reputation for delivery has cemented our position as the world’s largest transporter of coal from mine to port for export market. Our national rail-based intermodal service integrates proven logistic solutions and utilises our 40 depots across the five mainland states to link major population areas and markets from Cairns to Perth.
Additionally, our widespread operations include a 2,670 km rail network in central Queensland, coal and bulk operations in New South Wales as well as a growing iron ore business in Western Australia. In fact, we are Australia's largest rail haulier of iron ore for export outside of Western Australia's Pilbara region.
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