IAG wants to make a valuable contribution to any community in Australia. To do that we recognise that we must start with our country’s First Peoples.
We have much to learn from the oldest, continuous civilisation: the success of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across humankind’s history is testament to their inventiveness and resilience.
IAG’s Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan aims to empower and address issues affecting our Indigenous communities, through programs such as CareerTrackers and AIME that empower, engage and educate.
Visit our Reconciliation page to learn about our partnerships and success in empowering Indigenous communities, businesses and organisations.
Indigenous career opportunities
We are working to create employment opportunities which will empower future generations and close the gap that exists between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the broader Australian community.
We currently have CareerTrackers interns working across multiple areas of the business, mentored and guided by our staff members. The aim of the program is to convert students from intern to full-time employees upon completion of their university degree.
IAG has partnered with Randstad, IPA and Yarn’n to enable us to be a leading employer in the Indigenous Community. These partnerships will ensure that Indigenous Employees receive support through the recruitment process, as well as post placement.
Here at IAG we are committed to supporting a more unified future with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Career Trackers is a university internship program, where Indigenous university students receive a paid internship in corporate Australia during the university breaks.
The program aims to ensure the students gain exposure to a corporate working environment where they learn transferable skills to help their transition into the workforce.