Our talented and engaged staff are our greatest asset and critical to the success of our organisation – could you be one of them?

Our diverse and dedicated staff serves Melbourne's communities with integrity, respect, compassion and sustainability.  We’re always looking for people who can bring new perspectives and life experiences to our teams.

If you’re looking for a place that values your energy, commitment and desire to learn, if you’re seeking colleagues who are friendly and willing to take on fresh challenges as a team, take a look at our current opportunities. 

Our people make it possible; stepping up, reaching beyond.


Above award wages

Leave benefits

Workforce wellbeing program


Rostered days off (RDOs)

Learning and development

Equal opportunity workplace


GMCT offers a range of employee benefits, including above-award wages and optional monthly or fortnightly RDOs, along with leave loading payments for eligible staff. 

Our learning and development opportunities ensure staff have adequate skills to perform their roles, and the opportunity to enhance their work performance to meet their personal career goals.

Our workforce wellbeing program is a series of initiatives to help enhance the health and overall wellbeing of all employees. We also offer an employee assistance program - external free, professional, confidential counselling assistance to staff and their families who may need help with problems affecting their wellbeing - personally and in the workplace.

GMCT is an equal opportunity organisation committed to developing a diverse workforce. We apply the principles of equity, fairness and transparency to all recruitment, selection and appointment processes. 

People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island descent are encouraged to apply. GMCT is also a Supportive Employer of Australian Defence Force Reservists.

The application process


    Preparing your application

1.  Obtain a position description from our website before applying for a position.

GMCT offers positions to people on the basis of merit. It’s important that you provide information showing us how your qualifications, experience, skills and abilities are matched to the position requirements as outlined in the Position Description. 

2.  Prepare a covering letter that:

  • addresses all key selection criteria

  • outlines your skills and employment experience relevant to the position you are applying for.

There is no right or wrong way to present your application; however, to be shortlisted you should address the key selection criteria. If you don’t you are unlikely to be considered for an interview.

3.  Attach a brief resume containing:

  • your full name, address, telephone number (daytime preferred)

  • work experience summary (include where you have worked, positions held, period of employment and brief details of duties performed)

  • details of relevant qualifications or education currently being undertaken (original qualifications will need to be sighted at interview)

  • other information you feel is relevant to the job you are applying for.

4.  Check the closing date to ensure we get your application in time.

All applications close at 5.00pm on the advertised closing date. 

Applications can be:

  • emailed to*

  • posted to PO Box 42 Fawkner Melbourne VIC 3060 or

  • hand delivered to 1187 Sydney Road Fawkner VIC 3060

Address your applications:

“Private & Confidential”

Ms Rose Naaz

GMCT, HR coordinator

*Emailed applications receive an automated reply to acknowledge receipt. If you don’t receive this reply within 24 hours, call HR on 9355 3196.

     Shortlisting and interviewing 

1.  Shortlisting

All positions are shortlisted and processed within two weeks of the closing date.

When there are a large number of applicants, only those that best meet requirements are contacted for an interview. Successful applicants are contacted after the 2 week processing period.

Our selection process is conducted using the principles of merit and equality. Everyone deserves an equal chance and a fair opportunity. We strive to be fair and consistent in what we do.

2.  Interviews

We’ll organise an interview (aiming to give at least two working days’ notice) and advise you of the date, time and venue. Make sure to let us know if you have special requirements.

First interview

This is our chance to really get to know you. You will usually meet the hiring manager and another team member and they’ll want to know all about your skills and experience and how they relate to GMCT.

Unsuccessful candidates are informed and provided with an opportunity for feedback.

Second interview

If the interview goes well we’ll organise a second interview to discuss your practical tasks and explore some new questions. You might also meet other team members or prospective stakeholders at this stage.

      Pre-employment checks

Reference checks

We’d like to speak with a previous manager to get a feel for what it’s like to work with you. Two professional referees are contacted to conduct reference checks.

Police check and pre-employment medical

A national pre-employment police check and medical examination is undertaken. Appointment is determined by outcomes listed on these checks and is subject to a satisfactory result.

A relevant international police check is required for anyone who has lived overseas for 12 months or more in the past 10 years.


If you’re the best person for the role and we’re happy with everything so far, the next step is an offer for the role. 

Probationary period

EBA staff – 3 months, Non-EBA staff – 6 months

The probationary period is an opportunity for both parties to make sure that the match is successful. A demonstrated commitment to the GMCT Staff Code of Conduct, principles and values is essential, as is your ability to meet expected performance standards and competencies.

Entitlement to work in Australia

Successful candidates are required to provide evidence of entitlement to work in Australia (i.e. a current passport, birth certificate or citizenship certificate and photo ID).

GMCT has a no smoking in the workplace policy.


GMCT Stories

GMCT is pleased to share our  short film, 'GMCT Stories', which provides an insight into the experiences of our staff and how they find meaning in their work.

Staff from a range of GMCT departments participated in the production of the film to share their reflections on the work they do with our communities.

Stay in touch

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