Australia Post
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About Australia Post

We connect people with each other and the world. We help unlock opportunities for everyone. We’re proud to be one of Australia’s most diverse workforces. Our people represent 146 nationalities and speak 64 languages. 3% of our team are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and 5.7% have a disability. We also have a thriving LGTBI+ community, and – 

Taking in the viewView of operations in a facilityVan and Truck fleet vehiclesAustralia Post's CIO, John Cox

Together, our differences make us stronger

Who are we? We're all ages, genders and abilities and we come from all walks of life. In fact, we're you. We have a range of employee networks, where our people can connect based on a shared identity or experiences and raise awareness, discuss issues and advocate for change. Our employee networks include: - Women@Post - Pride@Post - Accessibility Matters - Mob@Post We’re a proud employer of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Ensuring that all our Indigenous employees are supported is essential. Our Engagement & Inclusion team provides direct support for all new and existing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander team members. As we continue to grow our Indigenous workforce, we’re committed to ensuring that our people have the very best start to their careers. Check out this video featuring Indigenous Inclusion Consultant Rebekah Williams about our Employee Care Program.

Meet Our Women In Transport

Think you know what a truck driver looks like? Think again. Women in Transport shares stories from some of the incredible women in our business, supporting our customers in the great work they do, every day.

Welcome To Country at Post

With a reach across the length and breadth of Australia and a team of over thirty thousand people, we recognise the unique opportunity we have to support reconciliation. Check out this video to find out what Welcome To Country means to us at Australia Post.