Who is IBA?
IBA employs more than 200 people from diverse cultural backgrounds and demographics. Interest and/or experience in the banking and finance sector, policy development or corporate services is often an advantage while all positions require a strong customer service focus and compliance with IBA’s Code of Conduct, Values and Behaviour Framework.
IBA supports the employment, retention and advancement of Indigenous Australians in the work force. At present, approximately one quarter of IBA’s employees are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.
Our Salary Rates outline the competitive salaries for each IBA classification level, as set out in our Enterprise Agreement 2016-2019 (PDF 920KB, new window).
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IBA level and salary
|Lawyer (Indigenous Applicants Only)*||Sydney||IBA 5 ($85,089 – $94,338)||28 March 2018||Shanti Rama on 02 9207 6375 or email|
|Senior Manager- Finance & Risk||Sydney or Brisbane||IBA Level 6/7 ($106,962-$151,392)||2 April 2018||Janelle Shekoush on 02 9207 6357 or email|
How to apply
Applicants must complete an Application coversheet (PDF 291KB, new window) and include this with their application. We recommend users edit the form using the latest version of Adobe Reader (available to download for free from the Adobe website).
IBA does not usually require applicants for positions at the IBA 4 level and below to write detailed statements against each of the required capabilities. A copy of your resume with a covering letter that explains your interest in the position is usually all that is required, unless specified otherwise in the position statement. Applicants for positions at IBA5 level and above should provide information on their skills and experience against each of the required capabilities.
If there are other requirements for a particular position, you will be contacted after your application is considered.
Applications should be sent by email or by post to:
Indigenous Business Australia
PO Box 650
Fyshwick ACT 2609
All applications sent by email should receive an auto-generated response within 24 hours. If you do not receive a response please call IBA’s HR unit on 02 6110 2705.
- New employees may be subject to a probationary period, security and medical clearances.
- Current APS staff should note that IBA staff are not engaged under the Public Service Act and in most cases are required to resign from APS employment to take up an appointment with IBA.
For more information please contact IBA’s HR unit by email or phone 02 6110 2705.