Join the Team
We are always on the lookout for brilliant people from diverse backgrounds, with varied life and work experiences and similar values to help us achieve more.
We stand strongly behind our four key values of:
- Value and respect each other
- Hold each other to account and work as one
- Communicate regularly, transparently and with purpose
- Find a better way
Find our available jobs on SEEK and LinkedIn
You’re always welcome to send your resume. We are always looking for experienced Project Managers, HR/IR experts and Industry (Waste, Energy, Asset, Grants) specialists, particularly with experience in local government.
Benefits of working at Peak:
Peak provides a relaxed, friendly and professional workplace. We work hard but enjoy what we do and have a lot of fun along the way.
Flexible work arrangements
Be empowered to work smarter in a way that suits your lifestyle. Peak is proud to offer flexible working arrangements (including hours, start/finish times and working from home arrangements).
Peak’s head office is conveniently located outside the hustle and bustle of Brisbane CBDin the beautiful riverside suburb of Newstead. Our modern and recently refurbished offices provide a coffee machine and even a ping pong table!
Peak invests in technology to connect remotely to staff and customers through Teams, Zoom and laptops. Our day-to-day operations are supported by systems and our staff are equipped with the best resources available.
Depending on your role, you may have the opportunity to visit some of the most extraordinary places in Queensland. Flight lounge access is provided for roles that are expected to travel regularly.
Peak’s leadership team encourages positive health and wellbeing and wants staff to enjoy coming to work, feel valued and successful. This goes hand-in-hand with our values of Collaborative and Heartfelt.
Peak holds regular social events for staff including end of month drinks, celebrations and fundraising activities. Peak’s staff have raised thousands of dollars to support bushfire appeals, droughts, RSPCA, Cancer Council and health charities.
Casual dress ‘Dress for your Day’
Wear what makes you feel comfortable and dress for your day and appropriate for your clients. When visiting Outback Queensland, jeans and boots might be more in keeping than a suit and tie.
Access to a wide range of internal training courses run by our Training Team and online eLearning through our learning portal.
Additional superannuation contributions
For employees who make an additional 6% superannuation contribution, Peak will make a further 3% superannuation contribution on top of the standard payments.
Acquire the car of your choice with pre-tax payments from your salary.
Paraplegic Benefit Fund
The Paraplegic Benefit Fund (PBF) provides support programs, lifestyle education and employment opportunities to those affected by spinal cord injury. Peak's membership protects you as an employee and your family.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
We offer an Employee Assistance Program that you or your immediate family can access to confidentially to discuss any work or personal issues that are an inevitable part of life. As a Peak employee, you are entitled to up to six one-hour sessions per year and the same for each of your family members.
LG Health Plan
If you buy private health insurance with the LG Health Plan through HCF, we will pay your excess (up to $500) if you (or an eligible family member) are admitted to hospital. This reduces your premium and saves you money.
Peak is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Peak strives to provide equal employment opportunities to all internal and external candidates and will not discriminate towards any applicants on the basis of race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, political belief, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, gender (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, age or conviction on a criminal offence unrelated to employment.
Peak is committed to developing a business culture that respects and values all employees and business enterprises no matter their background. This includes, without exception, employees of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses. We believe that providing equal opportunity in all our employment decisions as well as valuing diversity in the way we conduct our business is a matter of employment obligation, natural justice and our own legal responsibility.
Peak ensures that the talents and resources of employees are utilised and that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment or any form of discrimination on the grounds of disability; or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements that cannot be shown to be relevant to the key responsibilities of each job and the employees’ ability to perform the job well. Peak will actively manage diversity, finding ways of utilising the differences that exist, to improve our business. Above all, we are committed to ensuring that all employees feel included and are treated with respect and dignity.