Work at Melton City Council

Looking for a job with Council?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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Maternal and Child Health Nurse graduate program
If you are about to graduate, or have recently graduated, as a Maternal Child Health Nurse, find out more about our graduate program. We will help you develop your career in a specialised environment, utilising your skills and your passion for caring. Our program will support you, the next generation of nurses, in building your clinical confidence and strong leadership skills as you transition from study to professional practice.
Find out more about our program and the great Maternal and Child Health team who provide a child-centred, family-focused outreach service in the video below.
Apply now for the gradute program.

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Other local work opportunities

Melton Jobs Hub is provided by the Melton City Council as part of Council’s commitment to supporting the local economy and jobs market. If you are a resident looking for work a little closer to home, become a member today, browse local jobs and receive updates and notices from this portal – all for free.

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Training and upskilling programs

We have a number of training programs and services to help locals build the skills they need to gain employment and get ahead at work.  

Our Young Communities team run a variety of free and low-cost opportunities specifically for young people aged 12 to 25 to upskill and strengthen their employability.  Visit the Employability Skill Development page for more details.

The Melton Learning Directory has a wide range of learning opportunities throughout the year, including accredited courses.

In partnership with Djerriwarrh Community and Education Services, our Libraries also run workshops to help the community update their resume, write cover letters, have job applications proofread and provide useful tips for job interviews. Visit our Library Program page for more information.

Council also runs community training sessions for people of all ages, with workshops on grant writing, public speaking, website design and business development throughout the year.  Visit the Community Training Calendar to view workshops currently open for registration.