As an Aboriginal employer of choice, our strategy is to provide entry level positions that require varying skills, to attract, develop and retain Aboriginal people. Our people are the source of our competitive advantage.

We have an Aboriginal mentoring program that provides employees with additional daily support. This initiative is envisaged to assist in the early stages of employment and contribute significantly to their development, and to provide KingKira with leaders of the future.

While KingKira is a 100% owned Aboriginal business, we acknowledge we are a culturally diverse organisation and committed to equal opportunity in employment, and in all we do.


We appreciate the importance of employing Aboriginal people throughout our operations and respect the diversity of the Aboriginal culture. As an Aboriginal business we recognise the unique and important relationship that Aboriginal people have to country, culture, and family. We strive to educate our staff, our clients and the broader community about the issues Aboriginal people face, and what we, as Australians, can do to start bridging the gap.

As a Pilbara Aboriginal person, Tammy’s knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal engagement is profound, as she has experienced first hand many of the challenges that Aboriginal people face in today’s society. It is this experience that allows KingKira and Tammy to work with individuals and, more importantly, provide guidance to ensure that career advancement and long term growth is achieved.