The following employers have expressed to Defence Families of Australia their willingness to attract and maintain Defence partners as employees.

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13925090_10154438227307743_1071124392739877664_nA requirement of being featured on our website is that the employer has self-identified as being Defence partner employment friendly according to our checklist.

Read more at our blog post.

DFA is limiting the first rollout of this initiative to employers that are involved with the Prime Minister’s Veterans’ Employment Program.

DFA will be evaluating this initative later in the year.

Partners are welcome to contact DFA to offer any feedback on these employers at: partneremployment@dfa.org.au

Green Dot The Fine Print

The employment relationship between Defence partners and their employers is a private one in which DFA and Defence has no involvement;

DFA and Defence provide no guarantee, warranty, representation or statement about the quality of the employers and the claims that they make;

DFA does not have the resources to check whether the employers listed here are compliant with the checklist;

Therefore, Defence partners should consider conducting private research about prospective employers;

Please contact DFA if you believe that an employer does not meet the criteria on the checklist;

DFA welcomes feedback – positive or negative. Your comments will help us improve this space in the interests of Defence partners.

Please contact DFA at: partneremployment@dfa.org.au