People & careers

Why work for Carey?

Since its inception in 1995, Carey has consistently and sustainably grown to form Australia’s largest Indigenous-owned mining and civil contractor. Its demonstrated dedication to its people, clients and projects places it in a strong position for continued growth in the industry.

Equal Opportunity

Carey is committed to building a diverse and rewarding workplace. It offers a range of challenging career opportunities across all of Carey operations. These include the company’s corporate office in Malaga, Maintenance Department and mining and civil construction sites throughout Western Australia. Carey has always maintained a strong focus on Indigenous employment and training—more than 35% of its labour force is comprised of Indigenous workers and an average 20% female workforce.

Career development & progression

Carey recognises that its people are its most important asset. When you join the Carey team, you will be encouraged to take responsibility for your career, with the knowledge that your professional development will be supported through on-the-job learning, coaching and formal / accredited training.

Carey is always looking for its next generation of leaders and has a merit-based approach to its career progression and succession planning model. From your first day with Carey, you will have every opportunity to demonstrate your leadership and management qualities.