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BGIS, Downer and Ventia Host Hackathon To Increase Employment Opportunities For The ADF




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39%

Increased knowledge of ADF Family Employment practices across Australia

Net Promoter Score

Increased confidence in the Industry Partners as leaders of ADF Family Employment

The panels were amazing. Real Problems with real life solutions.! – Participant
 

Company Bio


BGIS

BGIS is a technology enabled, technically-led global integrated facilities management provider focused on providing disruptive business solutions for our clients, through a culture of caring, innovation and high-performance.


Downer

Downer Group is an integrated services company active in Australia and New Zealand. Downer designs, builds and sustains assets, infrastructure and facilities and we are the leading provider of integrated services in Australia and New Zealand.


Ventia

Ventia is one of the largest essential infrastructure services providers in Australia and New Zealand. Ventia operates across a broad range of industry segments, including defence, social infrastructure, water, electricity and gas, environmental services resources, telecommunications and transport.


Industry: Building services/Facility management

Locations: Australia

 

Challenge


Through conversations with BGIS, Downer and Venti, we’ve discovered that these Companies have the following priorities for the Australian Defense Force (ADF):

  • Finding initiatives to fulfill ADF’s employment opportunities

  • Increase engagement between contractors and ADF

  • Education and advocacy on employment options at ADF

 

Solution | Defense Employment Hackathon



We partnered with the three companies to create the ADF Employment Hackathon. Cross-industry teams collaborated to develop, support, and promote ongoing employment opportunities for ADF and their families as they relocate throughout the ADF estate.


The core challenge statement for the 1-day hackathon was "How can we develop, support and promote ongoing employment opportunities for ADF and their families as they relocate throughout the ADF estate". Participants created solutions around personas including defence spouses, working children of defence households, and recruiters.


 

Key Results


According to participants, highlights from the hackathon include working on a real-world problem (84%) and the networking opportunities (79%). Additionally, 40% of participants increased their knowledge of ADF Family Employment practices across Australia and 39% had increased confidence in the Industry Partners as leaders of ADF Family Employment.





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