AGL operates the country’s largest electricity generation portfolio, we’re its largest ASX-listed investor in renewable energy, and we have more than 3.6 million customer accounts. Proudly Australian, with more than 180 years of experience, we have a responsibility to provide sustainable, secure and affordable energy for our customers. Our aim is to prosper in a carbon-constrained world and build customer advocacy as our industry transforms. That’s why we have committed to exiting our coal-fired generation by 2050 and why we will continue to develop innovative solutions for our customers. 

Our vision is to create sustainable energy solutions for today and tomorrow. This is an ambitious goal and having the right people with the right skills is important if we are to be successful.


Expect More. Do More.

AGL assists employees to define their career goals, identify their development needs and drive their own development. All employees have a Career Development Plan (CDP) which maps out the actions to help employees reach their career goals both short and longer term.

Across AGL, we support the aspirations of employees who seek to grow their careers, whether by moving up, moving across different functional areas, or by expanding their skills and experience as specialists in their chosen field. We also provide Learning and Development opportunities both on the job and through formal training, including technical, role-specific and leadership development programs.

Working at AGL you can elevate your career expectations and you can expect that AGL has more to offer than perhaps you first thought. Or as we like to put it simply, at AGL you can expect more and do more.

At AGL we are about 'actions, not words', which not only drives the way we work together and for our customers, but also how we give back to local communities in meaningful ways. In fact, AGL is investing more than $3 million over the six years from 2012 in a series of strategic partnerships with community organisations. Employees are also encouraged to take a day of paid volunteering leave each year to support community causes and charitable organisations.