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Deakin aims to have a workplace culture that fosters and supports excellence in teaching, research and the services that support those activities. We aim to seek and retain a workforce of the highest calibre, people who are confident, ambitious for Deakin's success and who are committed to achieving shared goals and continuous improvement.
We provide many opportunities for professional growth, leadership and development, in an environment that values and rewards innovation and excellence, is supportive, and has transparent processes.
Our conditions of employment go beyond the standard in a number of ways, providing staff with additional benefits which set Deakin apart. Child care facilities, employee assistance programs, ANZ Bank packages, health care and mobile phone plans, sport and recreation clubs and outside study programs are just a few of the options available.
Deakin is truly flexible. We have in place a large number of leave arrangements and flexible work options that are available to assist staff balance work and outside responsibilities. These include very generous maternity and paternity leave entitlements, part-time employment, 48/52 week year, flexitime, job sharing and a scheme that provides paid leave when undertaking service within the community. The University is an equal opportunity employer and has been awarded the Employer of Choice for Women citation.
Deakin is an inspirational place to work, and as an employer we actively seek out innovative thinkers. Recent awards and achievements illustrate our success.
Market research has shown that Deakin is friendly, contemporary, flexible and accessible, that is why - The difference is Deakin.