We focus our recruitment strategies on capturing a diverse range of candidates during our search mapping and flagging those candidates for potential future opportunities.
We have developed and continue to maintain active networks that focus on diversity candidates across all sectors of our business.
We have been particularly successful with diversity projects focused on gender equality and Indigenous involvement.
In recent years we have worked with Thiess, BHP, Rio Tinto, Downer and Aurizon increasing their gender diversity ratio.
We have developed and continue to maintain active networks that focus on diversity candidates across all sectors of our business. Individuals in our team are active members of prominent diversity focused groups including Women in Mining & Resources, Women on Boards and Indigenous Women in Mining.
Margaret is passionate about increasing the number of women in operational roles. She is regularly engaged to provide top tier clients with talent mapping across all levels. She can deliver on her approach, with quality candidates, due to her extensive involvement in gender equality groups nationally.
- Global Membership Manager for IWiM (International Women in Mining)
- Collaboration Manager for IWiM & Indigenous Women in Mining
- Chair Events Committee NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction) Qld
- NAWIC Qld Mentoring Program – 2nd term as a mentor & guest speaker at events
- AWRAe (Australian Women in Resources Alliance) e-mentoring program – 3 terms as a mentor
- Women in Safety – Guest speaker & Panel Chair
Diversity Talent Pipeline
Beilby Downing Teal have been approached by numerous clients to prepare diversity talent pipelines with a focus on female and indigenous candidates.
Typically the clients identifies a number of key roles within their organisation for Beilby Downing Teal to target.
As these specific positions are created or become available talent mapped candidates are interviewed and submitted for consideration.
Quality “diversity candidates” who we identify along the way as good prospects for the clients business, but not right for the specific role, are submitted immediately for consideration for general opportunities.