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As one of Australia's fastest growing municipalities, the City of Melton is an exciting place to work. Melton City Council employs over 500 people in a diverse range of fields. Council is proud to support staff career development, provide training and leadership opportunities, and foster work/life balance.
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Building and Capital Project roles
We're working with Public Sector People to find experienced people to join our Capital Works and Buidling Services team. As a fast grow area, we have some exciting projects for you to work on.
For further information or to request a position description and candidate pack please contact:
Public Sector People
(03) 8535 3111
Please apply via the links above.
Working for Victoria
New jobs are up for grabs at Melton City Council, made possible under the Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria fund, in response to COVID-19.
The fund will provide six-month employment opportunities in new jobs needed to provide critical services across the City of Melton.
Council will be employing new staff across a range of areas, with tasks including:
- Waste management, including roadside litter collection
- Environmental works, including weed removal, tree planting and path establishment
- Cleaning and sanitation of public spaces
- Outdoor maintenance including painting community infrastructure
- Supervisory and coordination roles, and
- Asset data collection and input.
Find out more at Working for Victoria
Census Field Manager positions for the 2021 Census
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is recruiting Field Manager roles nationwide. Each Census Field Manager will train, lead and manage a team of Field Officers in their local areas of responsibility, and will play a key role in supporting and motivating their team.
The census temporary workforce plays a vital role, ensuring everyone can access and complete the Census, including remote areas and population groups who may need special support or assistance. Census staff also remind those who have missed deadlines, so that everyone is counted.
Census Field Manager roles are short-term and will be recruited locally to ensure they are familiar with the local area, where it is possible to do so.
The next Census will be held on Tuesday 10 August 2021.
The ABS has appointed the The Adecco Group to assist with the recruitment of temporary staff to support the 2021 Census.
Apply now for Census Field Manager positions for the 2021 Census.
For all enquiries relating to the recruitment for Census Field Manager positions contact The Adecco Group on 1300 233 445 or email: email@example.com.