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Transport, shipping & logistics | 51-100 employees
How does GeelongPort create a diverse and equitable workplace?
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Flexible working

Flexible working

Find out how you can work flexibly at GeelongPort.
Career development

Career development

Learn how GeelongPort will invest in your personal growth.
Inclusive & anti-discriminatory culture

Inclusive & anti-discriminatory culture

Check out how GeelongPort fosters a positive working culture.
Shared caring responsibility

Shared caring responsibility

See your leave entitlements as a parent and/or carer at GeelongPort.
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Diversity, equity, and inclusion at GeelongPort

As a WORK180 Endorsed Employer, GeelongPort is committed to ensuring all their employees can thrive. Check out the strategies they have in place across our 10 key standards for driving equity in the workplace.

Flexible working arrangements

This standard focuses on the way organizations step outside traditional '9 - 5' structures to ensure every employee can deliver their best, regardless of their personal circumstances.

Strategies in place at GeelongPort
StrategyFormalized policy related to flexible working arrangements in place
StrategyFlexible work options offered:
Flexibility typeAvailability
Compressed working weekRole / team dependent
Flexible start and finish timesRole / team dependent
Job sharing arrangementsRole / team dependent
Part-time contractsRole / team dependent
Rostered days offRole / team dependent
Time-off in lieu of overtimeAll employees
Work from anywhere (remote working) optionsRole / team dependent
Work from anywhere (remote working) permanentlyRole / team dependent
StrategyPaid holiday, vacation or annual leave in the first 12-months:
StrategyFully paid personal sick and carer's leave in the first 12-months:
StrategyOpen to candidates discussing flexible working arrangements during an interview
StrategyOperational set up:
Multiple office locations
StrategyFully paid community service leave in the first 12-months:
StrategyUnpaid leave options:
All employees
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About GeelongPort

GeelongPort has been an integral part of the economic and social fabric of Geelong for 150 years and is committed to supporting the local community. GeelongPort welcomes more than 600 vessels each year across a broad range of industry segments, including crude oil, woodchip, fertiliser and break-bulk cargo. As the second largest port in Victoria, GeelongPort is a major driver of the local and statewide economy, generating more than 1,800 jobs across the state and managing in excess of $7 billion of trade each year.


In 2022, GeelongPort welcomed the iconic Spirit of Tasmania and became Victoria’s new gateway to Tasmania, generating increased tourism and business growth opportunities for the Geelong, Surf Coast and Bellarine regions.

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