Indigenous Employment at Monash University
At Monash University, we value diversity and promote equality of opportunity. Monash University strives to 'achieve social justice for all' and 'redress past wrongs'. Monash University is an exciting place to work for Indigenous Australians. Our Advancing Indigenous Employment Policy and associated Advancing Indigenous Employment Strategy (PDF, 0.17 MB) have been developed to reflect our goal of increasing Indigenous participation in employment at the University. Support and development of Indigenous staff are at its heart, as we feel that working at Monash University should be a career, not just a job.
Why come to Monash?
Monash University is committed to providing a culturally safe and vibrant workplace for Indigenous staff. The natural settings of our campuses allow for a relaxed atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of working in the city. We recognise the impact we have on country and encourage best practice in conserving the environment. We have Australian campuses in Caulfield, Clayton, Parkville and Frankston.
What jobs are available?
Roles at the University include professional, academic and services positions. As a large and broad organisation we are able to offer a wide range of roles, from administration to academic, from customer service to marketing, from traineeships to personal training. Please contact us to discuss what is available and put in an expression of interest for employment at Monash. Go to Jobs at Monash to see currently advertised roles at Monash University.
What support is provided?
The Senior Program Advisor available to help you with any questions about working at Monash University. Please call us, we are happy to help you with any questions you may have. Our Indigenous Employee Network will give you the opportunity to meet and develop professional and personal relationships with other Indigenous employees through social events and more formal activities. The friendly and supportive environment at Monash will ensure that you will have the assistance you need to develop your career.
How do you apply?
There are several ways to enter employment at the university - through mainstream recruitment, traineeships, internships and our Indigenous employment process. To submit an expression of interest here.
Information on eligibility
Our Indigenous employment programs are focused on supporting Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. See information on access to Indigenous programs.
For more information contact:
Senior Program Advisor, Yulendj Indigenous Engagement & Strategy
Office of the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Indigenous)
Phone: +61 3 9905 5000