Premium Mechanical Group acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders – past, present and emerging.

Premium Mechanical Group is excited to take this NAIDOC week to celebrate the indigenous members of our team.

We have the highest respect for our indigenous employees, customers, and stakeholders and look forward to continuing to build strong and positive relationships in the future.

Premium Mechanical prioritises equal opportunity for all, and is especially committed to fostering a safe and healthy work environment that allows our indigenous employees to thrive.

NAIDOC Week

This year, NAIDOC Week will be held from the 4th -11th of July, and the theme is ‘Heal Country!’.

NAIDOC Week celebrates the culture, history and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It is an excellent chance for all Australians to learn more about indigenous cultures and communities. Learn more about this year’s theme and the history of NAIDOC on their website.

Throughout the week many events present opportunities for education and celebration, and we encourage all Premium Mechanical employees and their families to check out the event schedule to see how you can get involved!

Click here to view the event schedule for the week.

Our Commitment to Respect & Diversity

We firmly believe that our greatest strength as a company is the talent and commitment of our people. The level of diversity in our team is a massive contributor to our success.

In the lead up to NAIDOC week, we chatted with one of our HD fitters and proud Wongatha/Yamatji descendent, Nathan W.

Nathan grew up in the Northern Eastern Goldfields region of WA and has worked with Premium Mechanical Group for six months.

Nathan explained that he feels that he made the right choice in moving to the company as early on in his career he faced a lot of negativity and stereotyping.

However, this never stopped him from doing his job, and it now means a lot to work for an inclusive employer.

When asked what the NAIDOC Week theme of ‘Heal Country!’ means to him, Nathan replied, “Heal Country means reconciliation and respect for all Australians.”

We couldn’t agree more with this sentiment, and it is our continued mission to create and promote an environment free from discrimination and prejudice. We hope to continue to empower our employees to make a difference in their jobs and their communities through their hard work and talent.

Premium Mechanical is committed to finding new ways to combat social and cultural barriers, and raise awareness for the importance of diversity and inclusivity in the workplace. We highly value what our team has to say, prioritise listening to those facing discrimination, and promise always to be actively learning how to improve the workplace.

Join the Premium Mechanical Team

The Premium Mechanical Group’s culture is built on equal employment opportunities and a foundation of respect. If you’re interested in working for a Premium employer that values its employees and diversity in the workplace, visit our careers page.