Australia’s Best Workplace
Over the past two decades, INTREC has focused on creating a workplace that is the envy of the industry. We pride ourselves on investing in our people, from professional development to inner wellbeing. There is a wealth of talent and experience in our business, which is why we are recognised as a market leader in the industry.
All the tools needed for a successful career are at our people’s fingertips. We offer cadetships, an annual scholarship in construction management and property at UNSW, internal and external professional development programs and a plethora of training courses. Job satisfaction is sky high at INTREC. We have a developed, skilful and capable team of long-serving experts. Our ‘open door’ management philosophy ensures career progression is top priority.
The INTREC spirit is carried across all elements of our company. Morale is showcased during the annual company conference, which promotes friendly competition, team building, celebration and recognition of our achievements over the year.
Our office spaces are purpose-built havens of innovative architecture and industrial design, fostering collaboration, productivity and the flow of great ideas. With wellbeing programs, daily healthy snacks and juices and the opportunity to network and relax, you wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
INTREC is committed to creating and extending opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and enterprises across all of our projects. We do so by providing employment, procurement and supply chain opportunities. We respect that the land we operate on is, and always will be, Indigenous land.
INTREC extends our respect to the Ancestors and Elders, past, present, and future in maintaining their cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and sea and for their rich contribution to society.
We encourage workplace diversity, incorporating Indigenous Participation as a core value of our company. We foster Indigenous cultural awareness in the workplace, with the goal of expanding our team’s understanding of Indigenous culture by undertaking professional cultural awareness training.
If you are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander heritage and are seeking an opportunity through INTREC, we would love to hear from you.
For a confidential chat, please call Amelia Pritchard, Recruitment Coordinator on 0456 964 666 or send an email: email@example.com
At INTREC, we believe learning & development is a two-way training process. We’re committed to addressing any gaps in skills or knowledge via our National Training Program, which enables our team to carry out their role safely and to the highest standard.
The National Training Program includes internal on-the-job training, lessons learnt, written instructions such as standard operating procedures, coaching, external training and courses.
Doing a double degree whilst working definitely had its challenges, but it is a great way to develop your skills in time management and being able to prioritise tasks. INTREC have always been very supportive of my studies and are always encouraging a quality level of work to be put into my studies.
“I started working at INTREC a few months prior to commencing my degree so it was essential for me to ensure I could balance full time work with full time study. INTREC understand the importance of a successful work/life and work/study balance and are more than accommodating to ensure this is achieved. This level of understanding allowed me to focus on my work and study without the added stress of balancing the two.”