Crown has a strong commitment to diversity and seeks to promote an inclusive culture where people are encouraged to succeed to the best of their ability.
Crown is committed to creating an environment in which equality and diversity are recognised as being essential to the high performance of Crown and incorporated into Crown's day-to-day business.
We encourage the personal development of our employees and offer extensive training and development programs which seek to develop technical skills, people management and leadership skills.
We recognise that employees with differing backgrounds and abilities enrich our business and reflect our broad range of visitors and guests. Crown welcomes the creativity, insights and experience of people of different race, age, religion, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability and other backgrounds. Our active celebration of diversity includes recognising National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week and an annual participation in Harmony Day with the wearing of orange ribbons and world cuisine offered at ID's, our employee restaurant.
We are also committed to improving and broadening career opportunities for people with disabilities. Crown’s disability employment program places a strong emphasis on ability not disability. We encourage and welcome applications from candidates living and working with a disability.