At BAC, we know our success begins with our people, because it’s our people who shape our culture and reputation.
With a work force of around 350, we are a relatively small team; however we manage one of Brisbane’s and Queensland’s biggest and most important public infrastructure assets.
To put it into context, what happens at our airport has the potential to affect millions of travellers, as well as airports and airline schedules across the nation and the world, so we take our responsibility very seriously.
While the safe and efficient operation of Brisbane Airport is our core focus; our business is much more complex than first meets the eye.
Brisbane Airport is a suburb in its own right and we manage everything within our 2700ha 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.
More than 425 different businesses are also located at the airport offering services such as freight and aircraft handling, warehousing, transport and communications, manufacturing, research, property and infrastructure development, education and training, recreation, tourism, leisure and retail.
We are also one of Queensland’s largest companies with an estimated value of over $7 billion, contributing millions to the economy annually. If BAC was a listed company, we’d rank as one of Australia’s largest top 100 companies.
BAC is proud to support the personal and professional development of staff and we offer our people exciting professional challenges and personal development opportunities, with time out for fun, creating a highly motivated team focused on the strategic delivery of services and products.
While we enjoy a relaxed and friendly work environment that celebrates personal achievements and encourages individual personalities to shine through, BAC staff do so in a manner that shows pride in their work and respect for others.
Make the most of life: What it's like to work at BAC
BAC is an equal opportunity employer and employs staff in the following roles:
- Airside Operations
- Certain trades (i.e. electrical)
- Project Management
- Information Technology
- Human Resources
- Property Management
just to name a few...
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.
Health and wellbeing
Our health and wellbeing program includes complimentary flu vaccinations each year, weekly fruit deliveries to all offices, group PT sessions and annual skin checks.
We have casual Fridays and also Social Club events are held every month. BAC also supports a casual Friday events (morning tea or lunch) with entry, by donation, going to charity.
Staff Talks is a two-hour informal information session which is run bi-monthly by the CEO and Managing Director and the Head of People and Culture. These sessions are an opportunity for employees to be updated on key events/changes to the industry and company as a whole.
The Passion Days program is generally run over five days with groups of 40 – 60 staff each day participating in team building activities. The days are dedicated to building internal relationships, challenging individuals in their own personal development, having fun and experiencing the enjoyment of giving back to the community.
BAC may assist with the cost of approved external studies, which may include providing financial assistance to cover all or part of course fees. You may also be eligible for study leave.
BAC will cover the joining and annual membership fees for one relevant professional body each year.
Employee Assistance Program
All employees and their immediate family members have access to independent, confidential counselling from professionally qualified counsellors should they need advice on personal, family or work-related concerns.
Flexible Work Solutions*
Our recently introduced Flexible Work Solutions program provides staff with the option to work part-time or from home, take a career break for up to 12 months or vary their work hours.
Recognition of Service
After every five years of employment, staff are rewarded with a gift voucher of their choice.
BAC offers up to 12 weeks paid maternity leave and up to 12 months of unpaid parental leave if you have been employed for more than one year. We also offer 10 days paid supporting partner leave for employees when their spouse or de facto partner has a child.
And it doesn’t end there! Other benefits of working at BAC include:
- Occasional free tickets to events
- Novated leasing*
- Travel Club eligibility
- Professional development opportunities
- Formal Study Program
* These benefits are subject to compliance with BAC’s Policies and Procedures.
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.