We want our employees to believe in themselves and be confident to grow in their roles. It’s why we offer career growth opportunities for all employees.
A healthy workplace boosts a healthier mind
At The Perth Mint we ensure every one of our employees has access to a wide range of health incentives to positively create a sense of wellbeing.
Give back and get paid
Here at The Perth Mint, we believe that giving back to the community and those in need is an important part of our work culture.
Joshua Ford - a chance to be a part of normal community life
Joshua Ford works at The Perth Mint as Records Assistant, a position where he can make a significant contribution to our Records team.
The path to innovation and reconciliation
At The Perth Mint we are working hard to ensure our commitment to sustainability and this includes acknowledging the part we have to play in reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The art of reconciliation
Local artist Kevin Bynder, a proud Whadjuk-Yuet-Ballardong man, is also accompanying us on our reconciliation journey with a launch of a new coin design.
Alejandra’s story: long road to belonging
Many people arrive looking for a better future but sometimes it’s not even their own decision that makes them board the flight and cross some oceans to arrive to Australia.
Looking beyond the chair
Then I had a bike accident where I broke my spine. After around eight surgeries and a long time at the hospital, I found myself having to start a new life in a wheelchair.
Anxiety: Mental health is just as important as physical health
Asking for help takes courage and should be seen as a sign of strength not weakness.
The Perth Mint Remembrance wall marks WWI centenary
The Perth Mint has installed a Centenary Poppy Wall of Remembrance at its East Perth heritage grounds to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I.