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The scale and diversity of the work we do means Local Government can offer you many different career paths. We also provide training and development opportunities and further education. If you add the ability to make a real difference in your community, you’ll agree there’s no better place to start or grow your career.
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Friends, Flexibility and a Great Workplace CultureQ&A with Aimee Hunt, Payroll/HR Officer – Narromine Shire Council We recently caught up with Payroll/HR Officer, Aimee Hunt and talked to her about her role, and what she enjoys about
National local government award winners announcedCouncils across the nation have been recognised for their ingenuity in delivering programs to benefit their communities at this year’s National Awards for Local Government. Two of the
Where there is water, there is life.This is certainly true for Kent Harris, Water and Waste Superintendent for Moree Plains Shire Council. Kent plays an integral role in the delivery of a clean, regular water supply and
Smashing a Few Glass CeilingsCasey Smith, Moree Plains Shire Council’s Parks and Open Space Superintendent, celebrated ten years with Council in February 2020 and has paved a unique path to the top, while smashing
Victor Zhou: An Asset to the City of Canterbury BankstownLocated 13kms south west of Sydney’s CBD, the City of Canterbury Bankstown covers an area of 110 km 2 and serves one of the most culturally, socially and economically diverse
An award-winning start with a Career at Council.Councils across the country are giving young people a great start in their career by offering traineeships and apprenticeships to many hundreds of school students and school leavers. We
Attract the talent you need with Careers at CouncilBuilding a great future for local government means building a great workforce. Developed by local government, for local government, Careers at Council is an online careers hub that
IT’s never boring at Randwick City CouncilNo day is the same for Anthony Collis, Randwick City Council’s Manager Information Management and Technology. Along with his team of over 20 staff, Anthony is responsible for the
5 reasons you’ll achieve more with a career at councilWhether you’re a career advisor guiding your students towards a rewarding and successful future, or a parent helping your child understand their study and career options, you’ll find
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The scale and diversity of the work we do means Local Government can offer you many different career paths.
If you add the ability to make a real difference in your community, you’ll agree there’s no better place to start or grow your career.
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