We’re proud of our culture. We welcome diversity within our teams and acknowledge that our people are the source of our success. We are committed to providing all our people with an environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity and our teams have a range of perspectives and experiences, so you can be sure that your contribution will be valued.
We actively encourage and manage diversity, finding ways to utilise different life experiences and knowledge to generate alternative views about work and how best to accomplish it to improve our business. To achieve this, we seek to accommodate the unique needs of many different employees. Above all, we are committed to ensuring that all employees are treated with dignity and respect.
We promote accountability, collaboration and performance within our teams and provide opportunities for our employees to build strong relationships with their peers, including through our active Social Club.
We’re a proud member of the Diversity Council of Australia .
We know this is a great place to work and we regularly check in with our employees to ensure we continue growing and improving.
We’re a small team of 200 people in 117 unique roles, giving you the diverse opportunity to contribute to our ambitious strategy to lead the way and be here for the future.
With dynamic expertise across Strategy & Innovation, Finance, Property, Operations & Development, Trade & Logistics and Engineering, we’re more than just a port. We’re always on the lookout for talented people with a diverse range of skills, thought and experiences. Meet some of our people and discover our current opportunities.
Our Head Office, aptly named the Port Office, is located amongst 70 different businesses across a 1,860 hectare footprint. Our building is a state of the art facility, the first to achieve a 5 star Green star rating from the Green Building Council of Australia, and boasts stunning 360o views across both the operational workings of the port and the far-reaching islands of Moreton Bay. This view is always changing, with more than 2,500 vessel calls annually into the port and $600 million of planned capital expenditure to continue developing our precincts over the next 5 years. With collaborative working areas, coffee and recreational facilities, an on-site café, free parking and 15 minutes from the Gateway Motorway, you’ll find it’s different to what you’d expect out here.
With a number of our operational areas located close by, from vessels to workshops and construction sites to rail terminals, you could find yourself working in a diverse range of environments, such as surveying from a vessel, monitoring our precincts as roving Security Officers or even tracking the progress of our environmental programs around the port and its surrounding waterways.
Safety First is our number one value. Together, we are committed to creating and maintaining a healthy and safe work environment for all. We’re working hard to ensure our culture inspires personal commitment and empowers everyone to keep our workplaces safe. Working with world class leaders in this field, we’re continually challenging and improving the way we do things.
We care about the community and environment in which we live and work. Employees are encouraged to donate one day of their time each year to a worthy local charity, on us. We manage a range of sponsorship initiatives for not-for-profit and charity partners to encourage environmental, community and educational programs and we fundraise throughout the year for an employee nominated charity.
For us, sustainability at the Port means we facilitate trade and economic growth, while protecting, sustaining and enhancing the environment, the well-being of our people, and the community. Initiatives aimed at reducing our ecological footprint include energy efficient and waste reduction projects, an employee education program, and a commitment to sustainable habitats and a green built environment at the port.