Working at Forum

The Forum Family

There’s a reason people work at Forum. Rather than being a small fish in a big pond, everyone can see how their individual contribution makes a difference to the success of our business. That empowerment underpins our commitment to personal development, building strong relationships with our colleagues, taking pride in our work, and valuing our diverse experiences and backgrounds.

Team Member Stories

No one knows us better than our team members. Find out what some of our people think about Forum.

Employee Engagement

Our team loves to tell us about how much they enjoy their work life. In our 2018 Employee Engagement Survey, 82% of our team members gave us the thumbs up on culture, diversity and inclusiveness; 91% know how their work directly impacts the achievements of our business goals and 93% talk positively about the relationships with their co-workers. Great workplaces are built with great people and we’re particularly proud of who we are.

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COMPANY Culture & Values

We are a sales-driven organisation, but we genuinely want to make a difference to the businesses that we work with. We aim high and if we fail we learn from our mistakes.  We’re a tightly run ship, so there’s no room for passengers — everyone knows their part to play. We make it easy for people to shine and sincerely care about our work family.

Our values are at the core of everything we do.

Current Job Listings

Customer Service Consultant (North Sydney)

Calling out to all customer service heroes who thrive on delivering an exceptional experience every single time. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing Aussie Tech company! We have both a permanent full-time opportunity and a fixed-term contract available until 30 June 2021.

Keen to join our team?

That perfect job opening for you may not be there right now, but we’re always on the lookout for enthusiastic people to join our team. If you think you’d be a great fit, please feel free to get in touch.

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