Our networks

Are you passionate about mentoring, gender equity, social inclusion, aboriginal participation, or maybe something else? At UGL you can put that passion to good use by helping us drive these initiatives and more, across the business.

We are proud of our progress in many initiatives across the business. We do great things and they are driven by our people who want to make real change in UGL, our communities and across Australia.

Our initiatives have networks that create supportive environments, deliver change, unite our people and deliver the very best.

Our networks include:


One of our key groups is our ambassador network. They help to spread the word on why UGL is a great place to work, and they help us celebrate with our colleagues throughout the business. Our ambassadors get a first glimpse at some of our upcoming initiatives and they have an opportunity to provide feedback to ensure we launch initiatives that hit the mark with our people.


Women@UGL brings together all the initiatives driving the female agenda at UGL to provide a consistent platform to elevate women across UGL. Programs such as sponsorship and mentorship of females, learning and development opportunities and networking events are just some of the great initiatives to come from this network.


Mesa J team in PPE

Our newest network is launching soon and looking for people to get involved to shape the goals and initiatives that will guide this important pillar to continue and shape our inclusive culture at UGL.


A select group of veterans and reservist volunteers who are committed to providing insight and recommendations on how UGL can better recognise and support veterans and reservist employees, as well as the wider Defence community. There are also mentor and mentee opportunities within this network.


The graduate community is a supportive forum of past and present graduates from across the CIMIC Group. This network is a place to network, ask questions, find opportunities and get social with other graduates across UGL and the wider Group.

RAP Team at the launch in Dubbo

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Our RAP committee is made up of four working groups that each head up on of our key pillars: relationships, respect, employment and procurement. Members across all divisions and levels of the business ensure we continually deliver against our commitments of our 2022-2025 Stretch RAP.

We want to provide an environment where every UGL employee feels valued, is provided with the tools to be successful, and given opportunities to progress. Mostly, we want you to feel like you belong.

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