Human Resources

Indigenous Employment and Career Strategy

Further information

Jobs at UWA

The University is committed to creating a work environment in which Indigenous peoples’ cultures, beliefs and values are acknowledged and respected, and in which the individual career goals and personal aims of Indigenous staff are identified, promoted and achieved. 

If you are interested in working at UWA, forward a recent copy of your CV to the Director, Indigenous Student Services.   

UWA's Indigenous Employment Strategy

The University of Western Australia's Indigenous Employment Strategy aims to significantly improve Indigenous employment within the University and enhance opportunities for Indigenous peoples to contribute to all aspects of campus life, so contributing directly to the aspiration of excellence at this University.

The strategy's key result areas are:

  1. Management and Leadership - Proactively advance the Indigenous Employment Strategy at all levels of the University.
  2. Workplace Culture - Create an inclusive work environment and culture that values and respects Indigenous peoples and supports equity in employment for Indigenous peoples.
  3. Recruitment - Increase Indigenous employment at all levels and across a wide range of areas of the University by attracting qualified and professional Indigenous staff.
  4. Retention - Ensure that the University's policies, procedures and operational practices contribute to the retention of Indigenous staff.
  5. Career Development - Support Indigenous staff to realise their full career potential.