We are the leading retailer of home improvement and lifestyle products in Australia and New Zealand, and a major supplier to project builders, commercial tradespeople and the housing industry.
We provide customers with the widest range of home improvement products at warehouse prices every day, all backed by the best service. Our team members are the heart of our business. We’re like one big family, and offer real benefits and opportunities for career and personal development throughout for all team members. We have a huge variety of roles across our business with positions at our stores, trade centres, frame & truss, and distribution centres right up to our state and national store support teams.
“We’re building the best… Our team makes it happen”.
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Celebrating Diversity & Inclusion
At Bunnings, we believe a diverse team creates the best mix of perspectives which helps us innovate and make better decisions. We want our team to have diverse thinking, perspectives, backgrounds and education, which supports us representing the local community we serve and so our team can bring their whole self to work. When diverse teams are inclusive, it makes everyone feel valued, respected and connected at work. We’re committed to creating a safe and supportive work environment for all team members from all ages, abilities, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity or background.
Things you need to know
We have a proud history dating back to 1886 when Arthur & Robert Bunning purchased their first sawmill, however, we opened our first Bunnings Warehouse in 1994 in Sunshine, Victoria
People are the heart and soul of the business. At other companies that might just be lip service, but at Bunnings it’s a way of life. Our culture is one where people come first, where care for others is the norm, and where you’ll have the opportunity to make a real difference to our future success.
As the face of Bunnings, our diverse team bring our many locations to life. There’s no denying our team are challenged in their roles every day. It’s important we show our team they’re valued and respected, by acknowledging their commitment to creating the organisation we are today. Our team’s guiding principles are integrity, respect, teamwork, achievement and innovation. Our guiding principles are the keys to our culture and to achieving our vision – We’re Building The Best, Our Team Makes It Happen’.
Our team members all share an enthusiasm and drive to tackle new challenges every day. This attitude will go a long way towards your development and readiness to explore different career opportunities in your time with us. Regardless of where you are in life, we’re committed to creating opportunities and driving progression through our business. To make this happen, we have a range of development programs to help our team achieve their goals and build a career with us.
In this episode of Exploring Careers, we chat with Meg, Digital Product Manager at Bunnings.
Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander
Bunnings is committed to making a positive impact in the communities where we operate, including attracting and recruiting a diverse team that reflects the communities it operates in. Encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to obtain fulfilling jobs with leadership development and career progression is a priority for Bunnings.
Bunnings commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is demonstrated through delivery of initiatives outlined in the Wesfarmers Reconciliation Action Plan.
We have dedicated strategies in place to educate teams on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, provide opportunities to employ, develop and retain Indigenous team members, as well as opportunities to grow supplier diversity and deepen our community engagement.
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