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Choosing Us

A future with ASIC means ample support with your personal and career development. Here are four good reasons, amongst many others, for choosing ASIC.


Broad range of work

This fast-moving, market-driven environment offers variety - both in the work you undertake and the spectrum of people you work with.

You'll gain exposure to the latest technical matters in regulating financial services, markets and corporations whilst interacting with people in business, finance, government and the wider community.


Unique market insight

As a regulator, we have a distinct perspective of a range of industries that's not available elsewhere.

Everything you do will contribute to ensuring the country's economic reputation and wellbeing. That's why it's important we ensure our financial markets are fair, transparent and supported by confident and informed investors and consumers.


Diversity and Inclusion

As an equal opportunities employer, we are committed to supporting and promoting diversity in the workplace through our employment practices and our service delivery.

Our vision for diversity will be delivered through three pillars:

  1. Our people - Attract, develop and engage a diverse workforce
  2. Our stakeholders - Programs, resources and policies to provide services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers and investors
  3. Our communities - Engage and communicate with communities from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds

Here's how you can find out more about Diversity at ASIC


Promoting Indigenous Employment

As part of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), ASIC is committed to continually improving our ability to attract and retain Indigenous Australians to ASIC. Some of our initiatives include:

  1. Continuing our commitment to the Jawun secondment program;
  2. Establishing an Indigenous Cadet Program in partnership with the University of Sydney;
  3. Advertising relevant roles in Indigenous press; and
  4. Providing new Indigenous staff with internal Indigenous contacts to assist their induction.

You can view ASIC's current RAP here: Reconciliation.pdf


Community focus

We are committed to giving our employees the opportunity to give back to the community. One example is our Workplace Giving Program which allows employees to make a donation to a charity of their choice, direct from their pay. We support a wide range of charities, including Indigneous charities and community groups.

If employees would rather donate something other than money, they can sign up to volunteer with a selection of charities like Club Red, the Australian Red Cross corporate blood donation program or National Breast Cancer foundation.

Alternatively, they can donate their time by speaking at different local and community groups about consumer-related topics through our community education Staff Speaker Program.




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