First Nations people

We value the significant role First Nations people play within our workplace. Our goal is to recruit and develop First Nations people from various backgrounds and fields.

Join our team to:

  • contribute to the production and protection of Queensland’s rich natural resources
  • bring unique perspectives to projects and service delivery
  • enhance engagement and partnerships with First Nations communities.

Opportunities are available across diverse fields and locations in Queensland.

Your contributions can have a meaningful impact, leaving a legacy for future generations.

Apply now

Visit Smart jobs and careers to search and apply for a role. Describe in your application how your background, culture or experience could contribute to our workforce diversity.

Register your interest

People of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent can also email to register your interest for short-term opportunities. You must include your:

  • name
  • address
  • contact number
  • preferred work location
  • areas of interest (e.g. business, policy, project management, planning, legal, science)
  • preferred business group:
    • agriculture
    • biosecurity
    • corporate
    • fisheries and forestry
    • rural communities
  • resume.

Your information will be shared within the department only and we may contact you if a suitable short-term vacancy arises.

Support during employment

You can access support initiatives, including:

Our commitment to diversity

We believe that a diverse workforce enhances our strength. Diverse views, skills and experiences foster innovation and better serve the community.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan 2023–2025 and Equity, diversity and belonging plan 2023–2026 outline our commitment to:

  • creating a diverse, inclusive and culturally safe workplace
  • celebrating and embracing the rich diversity of First Nations people.

We are dedicated to forging a Treaty with First Nations people.

Contact us

Email for more information.