At Queensland Country we have shaped a phenomenal culture where people are at the heart of everything we do. For us, it is all about helping people succeed and giving back to our local communities.

When you walk through our doors, you instantly feel the passion, comradery, and optimism from everyone and can see just how much fun we have as we work together to grow a stronger business.

Come join us

Employee benefits

It's more than just a career. Working for Queensland Country Bank also has some great benefits, like an extra day off for your birthday, discounts on health and general insurance and great loan options.


Staff Banking Package

Queensland Country staff are eligible for a range of banking benefits including discounted lending rates, fee waivers, access to discounted insurance and other benefits that make it even easier to bank with Queensland Country Bank.


Health Insurance Benefits

As well as offering a healthy discount off of health insurance premiums through Queensland Country Health Fund, we waive the usual two month waiting periods on Extras for our staff to start accessing their cover straight away. We also offer our Staff a reimbursement of up to $250 towards their Queensland Country Health Fund hospital excess.


Wellness Program

To encourage a healthy workforce, employees are eligible to receive reimbursements each fringe benefit tax year for eligible vaccinations, quit smoking programs, weight loss programs, recognised fitness programs or fitness-related activities, and gym memberships.


Extra Annual Leave

Time to recharge is important. That's why all of our staff have access to up to five weeks annual leave


Birthday Leave

Who doesn't love to celebrate their birthday! We gift our staff an extra day of annual leave for their birthday every year after their first year.


Parental Leave

Our staff are eligible to eight weeks paid parental leave for the primary care giver and two weeks paid parental leave for the secondary care giver, to help you settle in to life with your new child.

Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) annual report and compliance 2022/23

Each year, Queensland Country submits an annual report to WGEA, the government agency charged with promoting and improving gender equality in Australian workforces and helping organisations comply with their reporting requirements under the Workplace Gender Equity Act 2012.  We are proud to have received the WGEA citation award nine times and continue to meet compliance obligations each year.