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- About JCU
- Celebrating 50 Years
- Anton Breinl Research Centre
- Agriculture Technology and Adoption Centre
- Living on Campus
- Advanced Prawn Breeding Research Hub
- Advanced Analytical Centre
- Applying to JCU
- AusAsian Mental Health Research Group
- Area 61
- Australian/NZ Students
- Australian Lions Stinger Research
- Boating and Diving
- Australian Tropical Herbarium
- Careers at JCU
- Association of Australian University Secretaries
- Careers and Employability
- Australian Quantum & Classical Transport Physics Group
- Centre for Tropical Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology
- College of Business, Law and Governance
- College of Healthcare Sciences
- WHOCC for N&M Education and Research
- College of Medicine and Dentistry
- College of Science and Engineering
- COVID-19 Advice
- Centre for Disaster Solutions
- Cyclone Testing Station
- The Centre for Disaster Studies
- Daintree Rainforest Observatory
- Diploma of Higher Education
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- Research Division
- Services and Resources Division
- Education Division
- Division of Tropical Environments and Societies
- Division of Tropical Health and Medicine
- Economic Geology Research Centre
- Financial and Business Services Office
- Foundation for Australian Literary Studies
- Gender Equity Action and Research
- Give to JCU
- Information for JCU Cairns Graduates
- Graduate Research School
- Indigenous Education and Research Centre
- Indigenous Engagement
- Indigenous Legal Needs Project
- Inherent Requirements
- IsoTropics Geochemistry Lab
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- Language and Culture Research Centre
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- Marine Geophysics Laboratory
- New students
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- Office of the Vice Chancellor and President
- Virtual Open Day
- Outstanding Alumni Awards
- Parents and Partners
- Pathways to university
- Planning and Performance
- Planning for your future
- Professional Experience Placement
- Queensland Research Centre for Peripheral Vascular Disease
- Rapid Assessment Unit
- Researcher Development Portal
- Safety and Wellbeing
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- State of the Tropics
- Strategic Procurement
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- WHOCC for Vector-borne & NTDs
- Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine
Support for Australian Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders
Candidates are supported knowing JCU’s Vice Chancellor and senior management team are fully committed to the goals and strategies laid out in the Workforce Strategy to increase, retain and develop our Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff.
Increasing numbers of staff at JCU are undertaking cultural awareness training so members on the selection panel should have an understanding of significant cultural differences.
Employee support services
JCU provides support services to all staff and these same services are available to our Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff.
As mentioned above, JCU’s Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workforce Strategy 2021-2025 (PDF, 2789 KB) also lays out our plans for programs that additionally support staff that identify.
SAGE (Science and Gender Equity)
SAGE is a national program promoting gender equity and diversity in science, technology engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM). It is based on the principles of the UK's Athena SWAN Charter, an evaluation and accreditation framework that addresses the improvement of gender equity policies and practices in STEMM.
JCU is one of 45 organisations participating in the SAGE Pilot of the Athena SWAN Charter, which recognises institutional capacity to eliminate gender inequity and a demonstrated commitment to bolster the hiring, promotion and retention of women, while also improving the workplace environment for people of all genders.
JCU encourages diversity
JCU has an extensive program in place to encourage diversity, examples of which include:
- Diversity messages in our recruitment advertising, such as, “We are enriched by and celebrate our workplace diversity and welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds and abilities”.
- Extensive event calendar where JCU students and staff come together to acknowledge, celebrate and raise awareness of the diverse groups that make up our community, including Harmony Day, International Women’s Day, NAIDOC Week, Disability Action Week, IDAHOT (International Day Against Homophobia), Transphobia and Biphobia.
- Diversity training for all staff.
JCU has a comprehensive calendar of events that celebrate diversity. Joining the organisation in these activities, or participating as an invitee, is an effective way to participate in diversity focused activities. There are also many student organised events and staff are almost always welcome at these.
Access to disability services during recruitment and selection
If you are interested in applying for a position at JCU and require assistance with making your application, please discuss your needs with the Chairperson for the position.
When offered an interview, please discuss with the person who contacts you any access assistance you may require, so this can be accommodated.
Benefits available to JCU employees
Refer to Working at JCU.
Should you have any additional questions not featured in our FAQs please contact the Chairperson in the first instance.
We wish you the very best of luck with your application and thank you for considering employment opportunities with JCU – A brighter future for life in the tropics.