Toll

Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics

Logistics is an extremely exciting industry, with leading technology, innovation and opportunity, and there is no better place to start your career than at Toll.

Originally formed in Australia, today we operate in more than 50 countries with approximately 40,000 employees. Being so large and diverse means we can service our customers with a range of transport and logistics solutions at every stage of the supply chain.

So, whether we need to provide warehousing in India, shipping from China to Europe or express parcel delivery around the Sydney CBD, we have the capacity, and we always need talented people with a wide range of skills to help us do just that.

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50 Countries
40k Employees
1888 Founded

Life at Toll

Work for the largest logistics company in the Asia Pacific

Being big means we have lots of opportunities available. If you want to combine working overseas with a career, Toll could be for you.
We have more than 1,200 sites in more than
50 countries. So whether you fancy waking up
to the skyline of Sydney, Hong Kong or Singapore, a career at Toll can get you there.

We’ve got hundreds of different roles

There’s a great variety of jobs at Toll – whatever you’re interested in, there is a job here for you. From logisticians, diesel mechanics and aeroplane pilots, to engineers, environmentalists and recruitment consultants, if you can think of a job, we probably employ someone doing it.

And there’s nothing to say you can’t start with us as a driver or warehouse operative and end up as a branch supervisor or even general manager – plenty of our senior management started their careers just like that.

The logistics industry is going places

It’s a really exciting time to be getting involved in logistics. It’s a growing industry with endless opportunities and it’s only going
to continue to get bigger, especially with developments such as online shopping changing the way we do business. People will always need things to be moved from one place to another and, unlike many other industries, logistics can’t be outsourced offshore and is relatively robust in times of economic uncertainty.

You can develop your career at Toll

Toll invests in your career. Whether you want to get qualified while you work, develop your skills in a specific area or gain professional accreditation, we’ll support and train you.

We’re one (very) big family

With over 40,000 of us, we’re a pretty big family, but we’re a family nonetheless.
We started out in 1888 as a family business
in Newcastle, New South Wales, and have managed to retain that feeling ever since. Our offices, depots and distribution centres around the world are happy, friendly places, where we welcome people from diverse backgrounds with different views and ideas.

We love technology and Innovation

Transport and logistics don’t stand still for long. There are always new technologies and innovations needed to help us get items from A to B more quickly, safely and cheaply. We invest a
lot in our equipment, training and fleet to ensure we have the best tools to get the job done. If you like developing innovative solutions or working with technology, you’ll love Toll.

You can balance your work and life

We don’t want our people to live to work, but love to work, so it’s really important that your work suits your lifestyle.

We care about our environment

We are serious about the role we play in reducing our emissions and the impact we have on our environment. Our Smarter Green program encourages better driving techniques, smarter building construction and the use of vehicles powered by fossil fuel alternatives to help reduce our carbon footprint.

Your safety is really important to us

For everyone at Toll, working safely is of paramount importance. From our office-based employees right through to our dangerous goods drivers and handlers, safety is the most important part of our jobs and we all have a role to play as safety ambassadors. We give continual training on safety in the workplace and promote a culture of safety and wellbeing.

We value diversity

Respecting others is one of our core beliefs. We value and encourage the contributions of team members with different capabilities, experiences and perspectives. Our aim is to always recruit the best person for the job, regardless of cultural, ethnic or religious background, sexuality, disability or family circumstances. Our commitment to attracting and retaining people with different abilities and experiences is reflected in our Diversity and Equal Opportunity policy.

Gender Equality at Toll

With over 130 years of experience, Toll Group, proudly part of Japan Post, operates an extensive global logistics network, covering road, air, sea and rail across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries. 

With a bold vision and innovative drive, join our 44,000 colleagues as we lead industry change and transform how customers best meet their global supply chain needs in a meaningful and sustainable way. There are countless opportunities to learn and make a real impact in shaping our industry’s future. Grow with diverse challenges amongst a friendly and inclusive global culture. 

Take pride in building relationships that matter, because being connected is at the centre of what makes Toll great – it’s what makes our possibilities endless. 

Currently, one in five employees at Toll is female and we are working to continue to increase the representation of women in the business. We are committed to building a gender-balanced workplace, one that reflects the values of equality, diversity and inclusion, where everyone feels welcome. To that end, we are investing in various training, mentoring and leadership programs at Toll, as part of our people strategy, to provide a safe, satisfying and fulfilling workplace with equal access to opportunities for all of our people. 

Be part of a caring, global culture where all backgrounds and talents are respected 

Women at Toll

Toll offers the opportunity for women to succeed in all role types. We have women excelling in a variety of roles from forklift operators and diesel mechanics to truck drivers and operations managers. We recently appointed female country managers to lead our business in Thailand and South Africa. Toll is also a member of Wayfinder – Supply Chain Careers for Women, helping to support women enter careers within our industry. 

Mentoring and coaching 

We’re passionate about supporting our people in their career aspirations. Our leaders are committed to supporting the team to develop and excel. We do this through professional development programs, but also through on the job training, mentoring and coaching. 

ATSI at Toll

With over 130 years of experience, Toll Group, proudly part of Japan Post, operates an extensive global logistics network, covering road, air, sea and rail across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries. 

With a bold vision and innovative drive, join our 44,000 colleagues as we lead industry change and transform how customers best meet their global supply chain needs in a meaningful and sustainable way. There are countless opportunities to learn and make a real impact in shaping our industry’s future. Grow through diverse challenges amongst a friendly and inclusive global culture. Take pride in building relationships that matter, because being connected is at the centre of what makes Toll great – it’s what makes our possibilities endless. 

Toll embraces and celebrates a variety of cultures. We continue to build a business that reflects the values of equality, built on the knowledge and understanding that everyone is welcome. 

We are committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, businesses and communities that work with us. With our family-like culture and inclusive work environment, Toll provides excellent career prospects for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders looking for an exciting role with an Australian business with a global footprint. 

Things to Know

Toll are committed to making a positive difference for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 

Toll has been working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities for many years and we have employed many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within our businesses. We launched our first RAP in 2013 and we continue to be committed to reconciliation with our third RAP now in place. 

Our RAP helps guide us to ensure that our workplace is welcoming and creating positive opportunities. 

We also actively encourage employees to participate in National Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week celebrations and to undertake cultural awareness training. 

Partnering with communities 

Toll works in major cities, but also in remote locations. Through this work, we have provided sponsorship and in-kind support to many Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities. 

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Unfortunately there are currently no positions available at Toll, please check back soon.

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