Newcrest is the largest gold producer listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and one of the world’s largest gold mining companies.
We are committed to supporting a safe, diverse and inclusive culture where our talents and differences are valued. Our workforce is located in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Canada.
Our mission is to deliver superior returns from finding, developing and operating gold/copper mines.
Our vision is to be the Miner of ChoiceTM.
We will lead the way in safe, responsible, efficient and profitable mining.
- Caring about people: Keeping people safe and healthy and respecting our communities and the environment.
- Integrity and honesty: Doing what we say we will do, and doing the right thing
- Working together: Having shared goals and helping one another to achieve them
- Innovation and problem solving: Challenging convention and finding a better way
- High Performance: Seeking high performance in ourselves and others
A career in the resources industry offers a wealth of opportunities – from fascinating roles, diverse work locations, life-long training and development, a commitment to sustainable work practices, and the chance to constantly innovate and look for better ways to do things.
It's an exciting time to be part of Newcrest
Our activities in Australia and overseas mean our people are increasingly presented with unique learning and development possibilities and more opportunities to travel than ever before. A career with us will give you the chance to apply your skills and expertise in the global mining community, providing you with the opportunity to gain broad experience on a variety of projects and in a range of geographies.
Encouraging women back into mining at Cadia
Overview of Cadia's innovative project that's encouraging mothers to return to flexible work roles within the resources industry.
Some of the ways we are showing that we are serious about being inclusive are :
This is of huge importance to Newcrest and aligns with our values.
In 2018 we rolled out Trupla Man Trupla Meri (TMTM) in Lihir.
A program that aims to end domestic and sexual violence, and social issues such as drug and alcohol abuse, by
providing education, support and awareness to men, women and families while recognising the important role women play in their homes and communities, the mining industry and PNG economy. It encourages open and constructive conversations about violence, respect, trust, safety and security.
In August 2019 we issued new policies on sustainability, climate change, biodiversity, and water stewardship. These new policies have started to be embedded in our assets and operational planning cycles. We also achieved good progress on our various community initiatives such as;
- Malaria Elimination program in Lihir(PNG),
- Martu Aboriginal employment and training programs in Telfer(WA),
- Primary and High School STEM programs across Melbourne(VIC),
- Beyond Blue and Movember fundraising supporting mental health awareness in Cadia (NSW),
- Joint projects with NGO in PNG and Gosowong (Indonesia) to provide support for local farmers and businesses to build long-lasting and sustainable economic opportunities.
In Australia, we are gaining baseline data understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees (in FY19) and will introduce targets (in FY20) to be delivered (in FY21 onwards)
Globally, (Australia, PNG, Indonesia, Canada)we are aiming to increase the representation of locals and/or nationals in management and professional roles (levels 2 - 4) to 80%
Paid Parental Leave
- Reconfigured the paid benefit: 18 weeks Paid Leave and 6 weeks Return to Work payment (structured as 1 week per month for 6 months)
- Choice of options for receiving payment: 18 weeks paid leave at full pay OR 36 weeks at half pay OR 18 weeks’ lump sum payment Lump sum only
- Flexibility of leave commencement date: Primary and secondary carers may commence paid parental leave at any time within 12 months after birth or adoption
- Keeping in touch days: Paid for time worked and expenses
- Standard: Simplified with supporting FAQs/ sample programs and example scenarios to assist employee understanding
5 days paid parental leave for secondary carer (secondary carer can switch to primary carer and receive full benefits pro rata anytime within the first 12 months)
Targets for Women in Leadership
- Increase the Australian representation of women in all levels to a minimum of 20% by 2021 (currently: 17.8%)
- Increase the global representation of women in all levels to minimum of 15% by 2021 (currently: 13.8%)
- Increase the Australian representation of women in management and professional roles (levels 2 - 4) to a minimum of 22% by 2021 (currently: 22.4%)