Currently the airport hosts 20,000+ jobs, with this forecast to nearly double by 2038. This includes career opportunities directly related to aviation, as well as jobs within the wide range of organisations such as freight, retail, transport, construction and maintenance providers who support Australia’s busiest 24/7 airport.
Working FOR Melbourne Airport (APAM)
Australia Pacific Airports Melbourne (APAM) are the managers of the runways, the associated aviation facilities and the business precinct surrounding Melbourne Airport. In addition to managing the compliance requirements of operating an airport, APAM also manages the onsite car parking and retail facilities, onsite construction and development, as well as attracting more flight services through Melbourne, and planning for Melbourne Airport’ future.
For those keen to work in the dynamic, issues rich environment that this Melbourne Airport, please consider that there are nearly ten times the number of jobs based AT Melbourne Airport than there are working FOR Melbourne Airport (APAM).
Diversity and Inclusion at Melbourne Airport
APAC is committed to weaving Diversity into our DNA. We believe that Diversity and Inclusion will help us realise our greatest potential as a company, and maximise the potential of all our team members. We strive to create a culture where our team members understand that each individual is unique and that embracing diversity makes us more flexible, productive, and creative.
APAC provides equal opportunity and advancement in employment regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, cultural background, caring responsibilities, disability or socio-economic background. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds who share our workplace values of authenticity, passion, accountability & collaboration.
To read more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion click here.
Jobs at Melbourne Airport
Head to the Melbourne Airport Joblink for a handy list of all current jobs within the Melbourne Airport area.
In addition to searching the Melbourne Airport Joblink, we also suggest that those keen to work at the airport to make direct contact with their favoured or larger organisations to uncover 'expressions of interest' and other unadvertised employment opportunities.
Drug & alcohol policies
The Melbourne Airport Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) documents Melbourne Airport’s policies, processes and procedures regarding drug and alcohol management in the airport workplace.
Due to security and safety regulations and restrictions we are unable to offer work experience or practical placements. This may be different for our tenants and again, we recommend you contact them directly, as responsibility of recruitment is their own.