It’s our people who day in day out demonstrate our values and continue to make their own unique contributions towards BAC’s thriving culture.
With a passionate work force of around 330 employees, we collaborate to ensure the efficient operation and management of Queensland’s largest public infrastructure assets. For context, what happens at the airport has the potential to affect millions of travellers, airports and airline schedules across the nation, and the world.
BAC is also one of Queensland’s largest companies with an estimated value of over $7 billion, contributing millions to the economy annually. Brisbane Airport is a suburb in its own right and we manage everything within our 2,700ha land holding, an area bigger than most local councils, including utilities such as water, sewage, power and communications, as well as planning, building and maintaining critical infrastructure and roads. There are more than 425 different businesses located at the airport offering a variety of services.
The airport environment attracts specialised skill sets and visions that encourage diversity and innovation within our culture. BAC employees operate in a manner that shows pride in their work and respect for others, creating a highly motivated team focused on the strategic delivery of services and products.
BAC is an equal opportunity employer and attracts a diverse range of specialised skill sets across the following areas:
If you are interested in working for BAC, check our Current Vacancies page. Roles are also typically advertised on Seek and certain senior level roles are outsourced to external recruitment agencies. We'd recommend setting up job alerts on Seek.com.au.
Please note: most airlines employ their own staff to carry out customer service, baggage handling and other functions on airport. If you are seeking a role in these areas, please visit the relevant airline’s website or contact the airline you are interested in working for directly.
Similarly, Airport Terminal cleaning and security services are provided by external contractors, who should be contacted directly regarding employment opportunities.
As a gateway to Australia, BAC recognises that the diverse workforce we have is key to achieving our future goals and strategies. Everyone who is part of the BAC team brings their diversity of thought enriching our workplace with new ideas, different perspectives and varied experiences.
BAC actively pursues diversity, finding ways of utilising these differences that exist to improve the way we do business.
Together, we aim to provide services to our workers, visitors and members of the public that support and respect individual differences. We will achieve this through flexible work arrangements for varying needs, recruitment and selection based on merit and encouraging personal and professional development for now and in the future. In doing so, we will leverage our workforce and deliver our key strategies.
It is our responsibility both at a company and an individual level to lead by example and actively encourage and foster an inclusive environment where our colleagues and peers feel free to contribute to the environment, ensuring BAC’s ongoing success.