We’re dedicated to providing meaningful careers to all our employees.
We’re always committed to exploring employment opportunities for Traditional Owners and Aboriginal communities and creating a culturally safe and inclusive environment. Our robust recruitment process preserves our objective of working with qualified and skilled labourers and tradespeople, ensuring team leadership and mentorship is provided to our apprentices and entry-level workers so that efficiency and quality standards are realised to complete projects and support contractors.
We conduct site-based training and development designed to create practical, individualised learning opportunities for our site based-staff.
These programs increase the capability and consistency of our workforce offering clear and meaningful career pathways within the construction industry.
We concentrate on individual experiences and strengths allowing us to recognise prior learnings and deliver methods of training and assessment specifically targeted to the learning requirements of each participant.
Partnering with Symal, Wamarra takes advantage of existing high school and university student programs. These targeted programs range from short-term work experience to more formal, structured graduate programs.
We are a socially responsible business – it’s part of our DNA and who we are as an Aboriginal-owned and operated business.
Our aim is the integration and longevity of Aboriginal people in civil construction projects and industry. That means we lead with an awareness of our cultural values and Aboriginal aspirations and invest in Aboriginal people and organisations that support meaningful careers and the sustained livelihood of Aboriginal people and their families.