We're proud to welcome people from a range of backgrounds, with a variety of skills, ages, personalities and abilities because we believe our differences bring us together and make us stronger.
Diversity of experience, mindset and background inspires our best ideas, helps us challenge the status quo, and identify better ways of working. And in a dynamic operating environment, our diversity will make a difference.
We can all reach our potential when we can be ourselves. When we all belong.
We encourage applications from people with disabilities, and that's why we're creating a safe, inclusive and empowering environment where everyone can thrive. Our Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) (PDF 5.76MB) was developed in partnership with the Australian Network on Disability, and outlines how we focus on our customers, our people and our workplace to raise awareness, influence strategy and deliver change.
We believe everyone in our workforce, at every life stage in their career, should be able to do their best work as part of our bank. We're making it easier for our people to contribute to our workplace community by improving policies, practices and systems that support diversity and inclusion.
We're proud to welcome everyone to our bank, and we're dedicated to creating an inclusive, safe space for all our customers and employees. If you identify as transgender or gender diverse and wish to speak to someone about your application with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, please email Catherine Johnson at email@example.com
We believe in providing equal career opportunities for everyone, regardless of gender. That's why we're investing to help women across our workforce reach their potential – underpinned by improved reporting, governance and awareness to drive positive change. Our internal annual Women in Leadership Program recognises and elevates potential leaders, ensuring our current and future workforce is set up for success.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of this land, their ancestors and elders, past and present. We celebrate and appreciate the culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in our indigenous workforce and are committed to providing work opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Bendigo & Adelaide Bank became a proud partner of the Jawun Program in 2016.
We recognise and embrace the myriad cultural, ethnic, religious and national backgrounds and identities that make our workforce and our community rich in diversity. We're vested in breaking down language and cultural barriers to make sure everyone feels they belong, no matter how they look, where they come from, or what they believe in.
'Our society is made up of individuals; each of us unique in our thoughts, ideas, and capabilities. This diversity should be reflected in our workplaces, with organisations embracing and celebrating difference as a source of strength, creativity, and innovation.'
For enquiries regarding accessibility and inclusion within the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank recruitment process or employment, please contact catherine. firstname.lastname@example.org or see FAQs for more contact options.