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The Bennett team is a cohesive and high-performing group of building professionals of medium to long-term employees that have been working together for many years.

Current Opportunities

Are You the Right Fit?

Bennett is a passionate team of local builders. We are proud members of the community and dedicated to building the future of the northern rivers NSW region. We are foremost a team that is driven by core business values that nurture and support our people with excellent benefits that include:

  • An internal rewards and recognition program
  • Discounts program
  • Employee assistance program (EAP)
  • MATES in Construction
  • Learning and development
  • Salary continuance plan

If Bennett sounds like the place you want to work for, we want to hear from you!

Come join the team

As proud members of the Northern Rivers community,
the Bennett team have been busy working on the flood recovery across the Northern Rivers community.

We are now seeking assistance from the community to find like-minded individuals who would like to be part of our team.  

If you think you’d be a good fit, please send us your details at people@bennett.net.au and attach your CV,
and we’ll get back to you shortly.

Our job and career programs

Helping you grow your career

Bennett offers opportunities for young people and for graduates. We are actively engaging with Indigenous people and women to increase their involvement in the construction industry. We are also making sure that we monitor and increase female, young people and Indigenous business participation in our sub-contractors and suppliers.

Cadet program — provides a unique first-hand opportunity to be part of a team delivering high-quality construction

Apprentice program that guarantees you will learn the important skills to develop through the construction industry

Indigenous apprenticeship program

Aboriginal participation program—with local businesses

Schools participation program—we provide real training and work placements for the senior students

Working at Bennett

Passionate, Experienced and Dedicated

One of the most integral parts of our business is our team of passionate, experienced and dedicated staff, who consistently go above and beyond to deliver and exceed client expectations.

At the heart of this level of service lies a set of clearly defined core values, upheld by our staff at all times, focused on integrity, creativity, service, commitment and care for the projects we undertake and the stakeholders we deal with.

Training and Development

The development of our team is a constant focus and a key part of working at Bennett. We undertake annual career planning sessions and encourage training opportunities both internal and external. We also offer mentoring programs and opportunities to partner with Senior Staff to get guidance on progressing your career.

Career Development

The Bennett business is diverse and there’s no shortage of opportunity to take your career in a different direction. With in-house design and estimating services, you can round out your site based knowledge or take a deep dive into Contracts Administration alongside our Commercial Management team. We also offer movement around the state to our regional offices to take on new challenges or take advantage of a tree-change

Women in Construction

Bennett is an ongoing supporter of NAWIC as well as providing support to women in our business to overcome the unique challenges of working in a male-dominated industry. This includes mentorship programs, training and access to a support network to ensure the barriers for entry are removed and our team is set up for success.

Wellbeing and mental health

Mates in Construction

For the last two years, Bennett have been NSW Tier 2 partners of Mates in Construction. Notwithstanding the impact on broader society, mental health issues and suicide are particularly prevalent in the construction industry. Mates is an initiative developed for the industry by the industry which is having a real impact.

Diversity & Inclusion

Committed to Equality

Inclusion and diversity are integral to our culture, our values and the way we do business.

We are a third-generation owned company, and we strongly advocate for progress and change in the industry.

Bennett believes in equal opportunities, and we have robust training and development program pathways to help our people build a successful construction career.

Our Goals
  • Indigenous Employment Parity
  • Empower and Support Women In Construction
  • Supporting our future leaders through offering an innovative Cadetship Pathways Program.
Work-life balance

Looking after our employees

Australians work more hours than most people in other developed OECD countries—with less time to look after themselves. Working long hours can impact your health, increase stress and cut into leisure activities.

The construction industry can present its people with long hours when projects are remote and require travel and sometimes fly-in-fly-out arrangements.

Bennett monitors staff to ensure that they are not getting stressed from long hours. We help our employees by:

encouraging good time management

setting boundaries on work time and set aside time for other activities

making sure that the workplace helps people to enjoy their work

make sure our staff focus on their health

make sure people take regular leave

Modern slavery

Ensuring an ethical supply chain

Bennett has been identifying and managing our modern slavery risks since 2020. We have consulted with our employees and procurement teams, subcontractors and suppliers to identify risks.

We typically focus on overseas suppliers where there is a high labour component, such as labour hire, raw materials, logistics and chemical suppliers. Our main suppliers are China and Europe.

We have monitored the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and assessed how it may alter modern slavery risk in our supply chain. Changes in modern slavery risk during the pandemic have mostly resulted from changes in demand for products and services.