Acknowledgment to Country

We pay our respects to and acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our operations are located throughout Australia and recognise the important roles Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples perform in our business. We acknowledge the strong relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have with land and sea, and pay our respects to Elders both past and present.

Reconciliation Action Plan

As well as our commitment to reconciliation in Australia, we know we are stronger when we draw from diverse cultures, perspectives, experiences and skills. That’s why we’ve partnered with businesses and local communities to create pathways for employment, training and skills development for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

The Monadelphous Way

From humble beginnings, the success of Monadelphous has been built on strong relationships and our ability to deliver what we promise. To do that we need to attract, develop and retain the right people. People who are highly competent, live our values and are keen to contribute to our long-term success.

The Monadelphous difference is that we deliver what we promise. This holds true for our people too, which is why our customers and employees keep coming back to us.

Our culture is one of the key factors in our success to-date, which is why we focus on cultural fit as well as competencies when we recruit people to join our business.

Our values govern the way we think and act, so please review our values and check that they align with your personal values. Safety is especially important to us. We want to make sure that everyone goes home to their friends and family safely, so all our actions and decisions are underpinned by the saying ‘The Safe Way is the Only Way.’

We’re proud of our commitment through our 2017 – 2020 Reconciliation Action Plan to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples within our business. We look forward to delivering on this promise.

As an equal opportunity employer, we encourage and promote diversity and inclusion, and welcome applications from all backgrounds.



  • Most of the work is in regional areas of Australia, particularly Western Australia and Queensland. Local and fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) people are encouraged to apply for employment.
  • All equipment and tools of the trade are supplied are supplied for most roles. This includes work clothes and personal protective equipment (PPE). Some trades require workers to supply their own specialised equipment.
  • Monadelphous will cover the costs of certificates that are compulsory for a person to have before they can enter a worksite. Employees who are identified for further training may also have further costs covered.
  • This will depend on the role but as a minimum, basic qualifications are an advantage because they make a person more employable. For example, it will be an advantage for a person wanting to be a trades assistant to have an elevated work platform (EWP) ticket and one or more of other qualification, such a working at heights, working in confined spaces, dogging, rigging or scaffolding.
  • Fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) employees will be provided with accommodation and be expected to live there. All accommodation and food costs are covered by the company, along with the airfares to and from the place at which you were hired.
  • Driver’s licences are not required on all our work sites. However there are a number of sites where a driver’s licence is compulsory. We encourage all employees to obtain a licence because it is needed to operate vehicles and machinery.
  • Anyone who applies for work with Monadelphous has to provide a resume outlining any work, education and other experience. Contact Indigenous recruitment for help to put together your resume and related documentation.
  • We take the safety and wellbeing of all employees seriously. All new employees have a medical examination before they start work with us. When on site, all employees are breath tested every day at work and there is random drug testing.