Whitehorse City Council is one of Melbourne’s largest metropolitan councils and aspires to foster an inclusive, vibrant, prosperous and sustainable community. Council is committed to providing a culture where employees health, wellbeing and development are paramount.
Council’s Civic Centre is located in leafy Nunawading, just 25 kilometres east of the city and close to public transport, great shopping and parkland. Other Council buildings and facilities are located in suburbs across Whitehorse.
With a workforce of approximately 1200 full-time, part-time and casual employees, there are great opportunities for long term careers within Whitehorse and across the local government sector. Council offers a vast range of jobs in areas as diverse as arts, recreation, communications, finance, IT, gardening and parks maintenance, community development, aged and disability care, engineering, planning and childcare.
To attract and retain staff, Council offers great conditions of employment such as:
Council is an equal opportunity employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce can bring to the organisation Council ensures that fair, equitable and non-discriminatory consideration is given to all applicants regardless of age, sex, disability, marital status, pregnancy, race/ethno-religious background, industrial activity, gender identity, sexual orientation, status as a parent or carer, or political activity.
Please view and apply for Council’s current vacancies here.
You can also register your interest in working with Council and receive email notifications when positions arise in your areas of interest and expertise. Register for the Whitehorse Talent Pool and ensure you are the first to hear about career opportunities at Council. Registering your details for all opportunities allows us to access your job interests at any time and this guarantees you the best possible opportunity to be identified as a potential job candidate for our organisation.
Council offers limited work experience opportunities to secondary students who are required to undertake a placement.
Council is committed to providing a number of Structured Workplace Learning placements in 2017. These placements will be advertised through the SWL Statewide Portal. The portal can be found at www.workplacements.education.vic.gov.au.
Year 10 Work experience opportunities may be provided through Aqualink Box, Aqualink Nunawading, Box Hill Community Arts Centre or one of Council’s early learning services. Please consider early if you are interested in a placement at one of these services as they are in high demand.
To enquire about Year 10 Work Experience at one of these services students should contact the service directly on the numbers listed below.
Applications for work placements from tertiary students should be emailed to email@example.com providing as much notice as possible. Your application must include a cover letter detailing your work experience request (must be specific regarding dates and department) and a resume.
If you are studying a Certificate course at TAFE and are looking for a placement at one of Council’s early learning services, please contact the service directly on the numbers listed above.
Please note that:
If you require further information please contact a member of Council’s Organisation Development Team on 9262 7678.
379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, Victoria 3131Australia
Tel: (03) 9262 6333 Fax: (03) 9262 6490Email: firstname.lastname@example.org