Diversity and inclusion
Our graduates participating in Cultural Competency Training with First Nation Elders from Elders Minjerribah Moorgumpin (Elders-In-Council) Aboriginal Corporation.
The diversity of Queensland makes us stronger
It's important to us that our graduate program reflects the community we serve. This means creating an inclusive culture that promotes the skills and insights of our people of all genders, ethnicities, generations, sexual orientations, abilities and lived experience.
We recognise teams with diverse members are better able to contribute to our organisation's goals and outcomes through enhanced creativity, innovation and improved problem solving.
We are proud to grow a workplace culture that acknowledges, celebrates and supports our differences including our work experience, caring responsibilities, culture, gender identity, sexual orientation and religious beliefs.
We strive to ensure every member of our One TMR family can bring their authentic selves to work each day, without exception.
At the Department of Transport and Main Roads, we want people of all abilities to have an equitable experience. So we're taking action to make our workplace and work practices inclusive for all people
We encourage you to share with us any adjustments you may require to participate equitably in the recruitment process, and when you commence in the workplace as a successful candidate.
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