Appointment of Indigenous Applicants
Are you Indigenous? Would you like to leave your CV?
Please follow the prompts like you would a normal application here. We can then match you to the most appropriate jobs as they come through. This will also allow our Indigenous representatives here at Victoria University to build a relationship with you. The Indigenous Community and Employment Liaison Officer (listed below) can give you more information or help you with an application.
University Recruitment and Selection Policy:
“(43) Only current staff members of Victoria University and Indigenous Australian job-seekers applying through Yannoneit are eligible to apply for positions advertised internally only. This includes full-time and part-time staff members on a continuing or fixed term/task contract basis as well as current casual and sessional staff members who have been employed for a minimum of four consecutive weeks at the time of advertising.
(44) To be eligible to apply under Yannoneit the applicant must:
- be an Indigenous Australian in accordance with the Commonwealth Government's definition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; and
- be registered with Yannoneit Employment Unit, People and Culture.” Yannoneit Employment Strategy (YES)
We also have an Indigenous leave policy (PDF, 8 KB) that allows Indigenous Australians to take leave to meet family, ceremonial and cultural obligations, and stay connected to your community. To find more of what we have to offer, please see our Indigenous careers strategy, or contact us:
Workforce Development, Diversity & Inclusion
Phone: +61 3 9919 9507
Indigenous Employment and Community Liaison Officer
Phone: +61402 821 069
PLEASE NOTE: We do not accept unsolicited resumes - with the exception of potential indigenous staff
If you would like to submit an application please apply directly for one of the positions as below
Disability and Prospective Employment at VU
Victoria University is committed to providing an inclusive working environment. We support the right of people to work and study on equitable basis within the University community and in an environment that is free of discrimination and harassment. This includes non-tolerance of discrimination, harassment or bullying on the grounds of disability. Victoria University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Potential secondment opportunities are identified below with an asterisk (*).
Victoria University is committed to the professional development of its staff. Continuing and fixed-term staff members are encouraged to discuss with their manager the option of taking up secondment opportunities. For further information, please refer to the Victoria University Staff Secondment Policy.