Working at the ILC and subsidiaries

The ILC is committed to employing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The ILC employs 100 people nationally and is an equal opportunity employer with a workforce of diverse cultural backgrounds, demographics, skills and experience. Wholly-owned ILC subsidiaries provide employment opportunities in the pastoral and tourism industries. Australian Indigenous Agribusiness Company (AIA) employs approximately 130 and aims to develop Indigenous people’s skills and knowledge for careers. Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia offers employment opportunities in the tourism industry and the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence offers opportunites at its Sydney premises.

Our Land Our Jobs

OLOJ offers training and employment opportunities for Indigenous people in tourism and agriculture. For more information on OLOJ and how to get involved, see the OLOJ page.

Current vacancies - ILC and subsidiaries

Closing Date and time is Adelaide standard time (Australian Central Time)
There are no vacancies at the moment.

The benefits of working at the ILC

The benefits of working at the ILC include

  • flexible working hours
  • a Healthy Employee Scheme
  • consideration of the family/working life balance
  • 15.4% superannuation
  • paid maternity and parental leave
  • studies assistance
  • Indigenous traineeships and cadetships
  • individualised performance agreements
More information is available in the  ILC Enterprise Agreement and Recruitment Privacy Statement available from the links below.
Name Size
ILC Enterprise Agreement 2011-2014 1.5 MB
Australian Indigenous Agribusiness Company Pty Ltd Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020 9.5 MB
Privacy Statement Recruitment 280 kB