The ILSC is committed to employing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
At the ILSC we’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we support. The ILSC employs 100 people nationally and is an equal opportunity employer with a workforce of diverse cultural backgrounds, demographics, skills and experience.
Wholly-owned ILSC subsidiaries provide employment opportunities in the pastoral and tourism industries. Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia offers employment opportunities in the tourism industry and the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence offers opportunites at its Sydney premises.
Working at the ILSC
The benefits of working at the ILSC
The benefits of working at the ILSC include:
- flexible working hours
- a Healthy Employee Scheme
- consideration of the family/working life balance
- 15.4% superannuation
- paid maternity and parental leave
- studies assistance
- Indigenous traineeships and cadetships
- individualised performance agreements
More information is available in the ILSC Enterprise Agreement and Recruitment Privacy Statement available from the links below:
The ILSC’s Indigenous Alumni supports current and former Indigenous employees to maintain a lifelong connection with each other and the ILSC.
We aim to enable the sharing of experiences and expertise, maintain networks, provide job opportunities across the ILSC Group and create an engaged and vibrant professional networking community.
ILSC Indigenous Traineeships & Cadetship
Our Indigenous Trainees are directly employed by a Group Training Organisation and hosted at an ILSC office or property. Traineeships are a combination of paid work and structured training over a period of 12 to 24 months, depending on the qualification.
Our Indigenous Cadetship Program links Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students with the ILSC in a cadetship arrangement involving full-time study and negotiated work placements.