Construction Jobs At Melbourne Airport
Melbourne Airport is investing more than $1billion over the two years in capital development projects- which will create more than 3,000 ongoing and construction jobs.
The largest private infrastructure investment of its kind, the two year program is part of Melbourne Airport’s biggest transformation since it opened more than 40 years ago, and will see up to $10 billion invested over 20 years.
Current operations at Melbourne Airport currently support more than 57,000 jobs, either directly or indirectly, with this number expected to rise to 95,000 by 2033.
Work recently commenced on the terminal and ground transport hub which will include pick-up and drop-off bays for the general public, a car park and facilities for taxis, buses and Skybus while works on the additional aircraft parking bays are well underway.
Below are some of the construction companies working on major projects for Melbourne Airport. Each construction company is responsible for their own recruitment, so please contact them direct for employment opportunites.
Drug & Alcohol Policies
The Melbourne Airport Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) documents Melbourne Airport’s policies, processes and procedures regarding drug and alcohol management in the airport workplace.