Crown is recognised as one of Australia’s leading employers. Our learning and development programs at Crown College, our Indigenous Employment Program and our disability employment program are all considered best practice, leading the way for other Australian workplaces. Crown is also progressing the implementation of a Gender Action Plan and Crown Pride Action Plan, which will detail our formal commitment to Gender Equity and LGBTIQ+ inclusion.
Crown’s Australian resorts remain the largest single-site private sector employers in their states, with approximately 18,000 people working at Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth in over 700 different roles.
Crown’s dedicated training facility, Crown College, is a Registered Training Organisation which enables employees to receive on-site access to world-class training and development programs. In the 2018 financial year, over 640 employees were enrolled in Certificates III, IV and Diploma level qualifications, with over 8,500 apprentices and trainees graduating since the inception of Crown College.
Crown College International is an expansion of our training program and offers international students with vocational education and training across hospitality, tourism and management. Crown College International continues to grow with over 100 students currently enrolled. The College’s innovative programs create pathways for students to graduate with skills that meet industry needs.
Crown’s commitment to providing strong skills-based training and leadership development to our employees has again been recognised, with Crown College Perth being named by the Tourism Council of WA as the Gold winner for Tourism Education and Training for the second year in a row. This is Crown’s fifth year in a row to win this category in the combined state tourism awards, with Crown College Melbourne winning in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and receiving Hall of Fame status in 2015.
Crown is active in its responsibility to provide employment opportunities for Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders through its best practice Indigenous Employment Program, having provided more than 800 Indigenous employment opportunities.
The CROWNability program was launched in 2014 to support the employment, development and retention of people with disability at Crown. Through the program, we strive to ensure that people with disability are given the opportunity to gain employment at Crown within the diverse range of roles available. We recognise that the program is about more than just employment and, as such, members of the CROWNability program have access to Crown’s various training and development opportunities. Our goal is to create a disability confident organisation.
Working closely with Disability Employment Service providers, job opportunities have been created across a range of occupations, with over 360 people being employed under the program.
For a more detailed insight into our employment opportunities please visit our careers website: