What are Indigenous Opportunities?

Careers for Mob, empowering Mob.

At Australian Unity, we are always on the lookout for great mob people to join our team.

Our breadth of capability across health, wealth and care services means that meaningful career opportunities are numerous and diverse. From direct care, support roles, to careers in allied health, financial services or property development, we are proud to offer a broad range of meaningful opportunities.

Employee Benefits on offer:

  • Great opportunities to grow and explore other roles as your career develops
  • On-going training and professional development
  • One day of paid ‘Deep listening’ leave each year, which can be used during NAIDOC Week (not available to casual employees)
  • Additional unpaid cultural leave and sorry business leave
  • 14 weeks paid parental leave, and access to our Bump to Baby program
  • Employee discounts on Australian Unity banking, health and general insurance products.
  • Employee discounts on gym memberships and comprehensive wellbeing support.
  • Maxxia Rewards - a great range of discounts and benefits to use at selected stores and attractions

 

Roles in Indigenous Opportunities

What is a Care worker?

Would you like to spend time supporting and empowering Aunts and Uncles in your community and get paid doing it?

We are currently hiring home care workers to join our Aboriginal Home Health team. You’ll do meaningful work, supporting your Mob and be part of a team that includes nearly 300 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Mob Graduate programs

Discover mob career pathways in healthcare, customer service, finance, administration, property, banking & more. Embrace culture, build skills, and thrive in diverse roles. Let's walk strong together on this empowering journey.

Leadership & Operational Excellence

Join us in making a profound impact on our future, to empower and support real wellbeing of our mob peoples.

Current job opportunities

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Telehealth & Mental Health Coach - Night Shift Adelaide, SA, AU, 5000 15 Apr 2024
Clinical Quality Partner - Hospital Services in the Home Melbourne, VIC, AU, 3000 15 Apr 2024
Home Care Support Worker
Home Care Support Worker 14 Apr 2024 0.00 km
Bega, NSW, AU, 2550 14 Apr 2024
Home Care Support Worker - Experienced Tumut, Cootamundra, NSW, AU, 2720, 2590 14 Apr 2024
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Home Care Support Worker 14 Apr 2024 0.00 km
Lithgow, NSW, AU, 2790 14 Apr 2024
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Home Care Support Worker 14 Apr 2024 0.00 km
Queanbeyan, NSW, AU, 2620 14 Apr 2024
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Home Care Support Worker 14 Apr 2024 0.00 km
Cooma, NSW, AU, 2630 14 Apr 2024
Home Care Support Worker - All Sydney Sydney, NSW, AU, 2000 14 Apr 2024
Personal Care Worker
Personal Care Worker 14 Apr 2024 0.00 km
Brunswick, Preston, Melbourne, VIC, AU, 3056, 3072 14 Apr 2024
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Personal Care Worker 14 Apr 2024 0.00 km
Ringwood, VIC, AU, 3134 14 Apr 2024

Meet our Mob

Meet Ragina, Wiradjuri woman and Regional Manager

Ragina is a proud Wiradjuri woman, living on Bundjalung country in Tweed Heads. Ragina is the Regional Manager for the Northern NSW and Hunter Central Coast in our Aboriginal Home Health team.

"We're serious about closing the gap on Aboriginal aged health care and looking after mob, so we must listen to the voices of our customers and the people who are on the front line every day. Instead of taking our cadet’s out of their communities and bringing them to Brisbane, we brought the training to the community.”

Meet Trish, Ngemba woman and General Manager

In her role as our General Manager for Indigenous Business & Community Engagement, Trisha feels inspired and motivated to provide a representative voice, and advocate across areas of our business where we have an impact.

“I am privileged to work for a company who takes reconciliation seriously, and where our mob’s culture is celebrated and incorporated into our business priorities. This includes our dedicated Aboriginal Home Health team who provide culturally tailored care and support to Indigenous clients in their local communities.”

Our commitment 

In 2022, Australian Unity launched its Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). This RAP lifts the bar from the previous innovate RAP and will empower our employees to become lifelong champions for reconciliation, and to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to thrive through Australian Unity’s commitment to Real Wellbeing. These key actions are underpinned by the guiding principles of Relationships, Respect and Opportunities. 

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