Australia has so much to give. We’re the sixth-biggest country in the world, and have one of the best-performing economies. However, in terms of potential, there’s still huge room for growth, and Pacific National – one of Australia’s largest rail providers – is at the front of this exciting period of change.
With a fleet of more that 600 locomotives and 14,000 wagons, Pacific National is the backbone of Australia, making a difference to households and businesses every day – and you can help strengthen it.
Integrated Planning Services (IPS) aims to get the best from everyone’s potential – from recent graduates to experienced strategy planners and all those in between – whose interest is in Australia’s growing transport and logistics industry.
IPS encourages diversity of thought, and brings people from backgrounds together to work on a common goal.
The heart of Pacific National
At the very centre of Pacific National is its values. Safety, teamwork, customer satisfaction and giving people a chance to perform at their highest level: these are the things the company and its employees focus on every day.
If you share Pacific National’s values and want to make a difference, you’ll find there’s an excellent culture of collaboration, a supportive team structure and attractive opportunities on offer from the brand-new IPS function.
A mix of current, experienced employees with decades of rail industry knowledge and newcomers from all sorts of industries and backgrounds – whether it’s aviation, hospitality, supply chain, customer service, mining, manufacturing – is the key to keeping the transport and logistics sector on track.
Be part of something
Pacific National hauls more that 180 million tonnes of coal, steel, automotive, agricultural, minerals and containerised freight, making the company a vital cog in how our country operates.
If you want to look back one day and say you were part of something that shaped the nation, our careers site will help you identify where you can fit in during this exciting time for the country and the industry.