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Acknowledgement of Country and Traditional Owners

Bupa would like to acknowledge and show respect to the Traditional Custodians of Australian land. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and recognise their cultural heritage, beliefs and continuing connection to land, waters and community. We thank you for your ongoing custodianship.

Bupa’s purpose is to help people live longer, healthier, happier lives, and make a better world. 

Work at a global health and care organisation that respects culture and provides meaningful growth and career pathways for our First Nations communities. It is in line with our purpose to ensure that our First Nations in our workplace gets treated equally and has fair shot at everything.  As one of Australia’s largest health providers, we are uniquely placed to support First Nations health outcomes at a strategic level and will partner with First Nations led health organisations to support their efforts to address health challenges in First Nations communities. We’re proud of our efforts to build an inclusive workplace where our values are promoted and celebrated. 

Why Bupa?

Learning and Development

Growing your skills to help our customers is natural as us helping you to develop your career path and yourself. You will learn and grow in an environment that thrives on collaboration.

Health & Wellbeing

Supporting our people in health and wellbeing activities is vital to achieve this. Our comprehensive global health and wellbeing program for our employees Viva Healthier and Happier does just that. It includes all aspects of health – from mental and physical, to financial, social and environmental wellbeing. 

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You'll be supported every step of the way

Respect and candidate care is at the heart of everything that we do. Our goal is to respectfully share knowledge, amplify the voices of our community, and work in a manner that empowers individuals through honesty. As part of the recruitment process, we aim to provide a positive and respectful candidate experience that is culturally safe and supportive. From the moment you apply, we'll be with you prepare you for your interview through to de-briefing following your interview.

Connecting with community

At Bupa, we are committed to raising and listening to the voices of our employees. You’ll be challenged and inspired as we all broaden our expertise to deliver the future of health and care. Bupa supports an Indigenous Voice to Parliament and the Uluru Statement from the Heart. We believe that working with First Nations people, communities and businesses is paramount to achieving real and lasting change.

Naidoc Week

Bupa's NAIDOC week celebrations

NAIDOC week celebrates the culture, history, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia, while also acknowledging their ongoing contributions to society. This year's theme, 'For our Elders,' highlights the significant role Elders play in First Nations' culture.

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Raising our voice for reconciliation

Bupa has launched its third Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) for 2023 - 2026 which sets out how it will deepen its commitments to help improve health outcomes for First Nations Peoples in Australia.

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