Is ICC Sydney an equal opportunity employer?
ICC Sydney believes a diverse and inclusive workplace brings out the best in our people and helps us to provide a better service to our clients and guests.
ICC Sydney has a number of focus areas for a more diverse and inclusive workplace, including but not limited to; LGBTIQA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer/questioning and asexual people), Returning Parents & Carers, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people, Mature Age, Younger Workers (Generation Success) and women in the workforce. For more information, visit the Diversity & Inclusion tab here.
What is your culture like? Will I fit in?
Extraordinary experiences don’t just happen by accident. They are the result of a team that is committed to creating amazing events by delivering the best business expertise, service and innovation – all in a world class venue.
As part of the ASM Global, which delivers the largest network of venues in the Asia Pacific region, we are committed to creating a culture with people at its heart – one that is caring, supportive and invested in seeing you thrive on your journey with ICC Sydney.
What can I expect during the ICC Sydney hiring process?
ICC Sydney’s application process is quick and simple. Because we know you are eager to hear back from us, we will contact you to confirm your application outcome as soon as we can. Please note, due to the volume of applications we receive, this process may take 2-3 weeks.
This is where we kick off conversations with you. We have seen something we like in your application and want to get to know you better. One of our Human Resources team members will contact you by phone or email to ask you some initial questions.
For selected roles, we may conduct a digital/video interview in the convenience of your own home. Consider it an opportunity to put a face to the name and show us why you would be perfect for our team.
If you are asked to come in for an onsite interview, this means from what we have seen so far you could be just what we are looking for. We usually conduct two interviews where we will ask you more questions about your skills and experience as well as give you the opportunity to ask your own questions.
For some roles, we will perform a group interview at our assessment centre. You will join up to 30 other candidates and hear all about the venue, the role and the team, plus get involved in-group activities where you will have the opportunity to show us your strengths. Remember, a group interview is still a formal interview. You need to present yourself in the best way possible, and we suggest wearing smart business attire.
Final checks and references
At this stage, we will gather final information from you, including any relevant certificates, qualifications and licences. We may also complete reference checks.
Congratulations! Here is when we offer you the role and welcome you to the ICC Sydney team. Once you accept, we will send you a link to our on-boarding portal, which will contain all you need to know in preparation for your first day.
What staff benefits do you offer?
Do I need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident to work at ICC Sydney?
What are the minimum hours for a casual role?
What if I am interested in multiple positions – can I apply for more than one?
I can't see a role that interests me – can I still send ICC Sydney my resume via email?
However, if you need to email us, you can do so via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registering for our Talent Community will make your candidate profile available and searchable for the ICC Sydney Talent Acquisition team. By registering, you agree that you may be contacted via phone or email by ICC Sydney recruiters regarding future opportunities that match your profile.
I performed poorly in an interview – can I apply again?
We understand that sometimes nerves get the better of you. We would be happy to consider you again in future; however out of courtesy to the other applicants, we will give them the opportunity to interview first.