We will provide a stimulating and rewarding working environment that strives for Zero Harm and ensures:

  • commitment to a culture of Zero Harm by continually improving safety in the workplace
  • fit-for-purpose learning and development programs to attract, retain and develop employees
  • we encourage and foster diversity of thought and inclusion

 

I come from an LNG plant processing background, so my position as a pipeline modelling engineer in APA is an entirely new ball game for me. It’s exciting to be doing pipeline designs as it allows me to see and be involved in APA’s growth.

What I most appreciate as a young engineer in APA is the fact that I have many opportunities to make a difference and APA supports me by providing many development opportunities that will help enrich my career.” - Kavitha, Pipeline Modelling Engineer

 

Workplace Gender Equality Act Reporting

In accordance with the requirements of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012, APA lodged its annual public report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency for the reporting period 1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017. For more details on reporting requirements refer to www.wgea.gov.au.

View APA's 2016-17 Report here. This report was approved and signed by APA’s CEO, Mick McCormack prior to submission.

 

To view our latest sustainability scorecard for Employees click here.