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We’re committed to ensuring our workforce reflects the diversity of our community and that all employees are part of an enjoyable and rewarding working environment.

Our people are encouraged to take part in delivering safety leadership. That means regardless of where our employees are working, they’re actively contributing to safer workplaces.

With more than 30,000 employees on the ground each day, we seek a common standard of personal behaviour across the organisation based on safety, care, empathy and good customer service – all of which define our Programmed culture.

Leadership team

APAC Leadership

ANZ Leadership

  • CEO Facility Management, Graeme Hurn
  • CEO Health Professionals, Jennifer Boulding
  • EGM Industrial Maintenance, Dean
  • EGM PERSOLKELLY AU, Kurt Gillam
  • CEO Property Services, Henry Arundel
  • EGM Skilled Workforce, David Hele
  • EGM Staffing NZ, Wendy Hewson
  • EGM Operations Property Services, Troy Hovey
  • EGM Training Services, Mark Burns

Diversity, inclusion & equality

Our commitment to diversity currently focuses on generational and cultural diversity.

We’re committed to increasing the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, providing opportunities to people with disabilities, and improving gender balance.

We recognise the value of attracting, engaging and retaining employees with different backgrounds, experience and perspectives. We aim to create a safe and inclusive environment, where people are treated equally and are free of all forms of discrimination.

Understanding and drawing on the strengths provided by diversity helps us meet the needs of our customers, build strong relationships across the communities we serve, and engage the many talents of our team.

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If you think you’d be a good fit in the Programmed team, we’d love to hear from you.

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