Port of Newcastle
Flexible workingFind out how you can work flexibly at Port of Newcastle.
Career developmentLearn how Port of Newcastle will invest in your personal growth.
Inclusive & anti-discriminatory cultureCheck out how Port of Newcastle fosters a positive working culture.
Shared caring responsibilitySee your leave entitlements as a parent and/or carer at Port of Newcastle.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion at Port of Newcastle
As a WORK180 Endorsed Employer, Port of Newcastle 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.
|Compressed working week||Role / team dependent|
|Flexible start and finish times||Role / team dependent|
|Job sharing arrangements||Role / team dependent|
|Part-time contracts||Role / team dependent|
|Rostered days off||Role / team dependent|
|Time-off in lieu of overtime||Role / team dependent|
|Work from anywhere (remote working) options||Role / team dependent|
|Work from anywhere (remote working) permanently||Role / team dependent|
About Port of Newcastle
Port of Newcastle is Australia’s deepwater global gateway, the largest on the nation’s East Coast.
Port of Newcastle is more than a port. It exists to build Australia’s prosperity with responsible, integrated and innovative supply chain solutions.
With trade worth about $37 billion to the national economy each year, Port of Newcastle enables Australian businesses to successfully compete in international markets.
The port currently handles 4,697 ship movements and 166 million tonnes of cargo annually. With a deepwater shipping channel operating at 50% of its capacity, significant port land available and enviable access to national rail and road infrastructure, Port of Newcastle is ...