Working with us
To achieve our vision of a fair, safe and inclusive Victoria, where every person is respected and treated with dignity, we strive to create an inclusive workplace that brings out the best in our people.
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission is made up of highly motivated, conscientious and collaborative people who love what they do and uphold our values of creativity, accountability, rigour and empathy.
We understand that work–life balance is important and we actively support flexible work across all our roles.
Find out more about our leadership team.
We know that our work has the greatest impact when it is informed by diverse experiences and perspectives. The Commission encourages, supports and celebrates our diversity.
Find out more about our impact to find out how you could make a difference working at the Commission.
In everything we do, we embrace creativity, accountability, rigour and empathy.
These values describe the way we act with our colleagues, our partners and the people and communities that we work with.
Find out more about our values.
Our workplace environment
We are proud of and celebrate our diverse and inclusive workplace. We are committed to supporting the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff.
We advocate for and support flexible work arrangements, with many of our staff are working part-time and flexible hours.
We encourage and support staff with their professional development and individual career pathways.
Our Aboriginal Community Engagement Strategy is shaping our work and connections with Victoria’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. Our frontline staff in our enquiries and dispute resolution team as well as leaders and managers all complete cultural competency training.
Our workplace policies and action plans support these commitments:
We strive to build and maintain an inclusive workplace that brings out the best in our people and we support flexible work arrangements.
Aboriginal people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply for advertised positions.
If you have the skills to do the advertised role, and think you’d be a good fit for our organisation, we’d love to hear from you!
View current job opportunities.
The Commission is pleased to offer internship opportunities across the organisation, working with our diverse range of subject-matter experts.
Please note, internships are only open to tertiary students who can claim course credit for the work they do with us.
Learn more about our internship program.