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Job vacancies at Council

The City of Whittlesea has recently reviewed and realigned our organisational structure to help more effectively deliver important services to our community.

As a result there will be some exciting opportunities opening up to join us to help make a difference to the lives of people who live and work in the City of Whittlesea.

View current job vacancies

Equal employment opportunity

We take our commitment to equal employment opportunity very seriously.

We believe that all employees and potential employees have the right to be treated equitably and fairly regardless of:

  • age
  • colour
  • marital status
  • family responsibilities
  • disability
  • race
  • religious or political affiliation
  • gender
  • nationality
  • sexual preference
  • employment activity

This applies to:

  • hiring employees
  • promoting or transferring employees within the organisation
  • the departure of employees from the organisation
  • training opportunities
  • all other work related benefits

Work Experience Opportunities at Council

Our work experience program offers opportunities for students to get practical skills in our workplace and newly-arrived non-student migrants and refugees to become ready for the workforce through our Work Ready Program. Click here for more information.

Other jobs in the north


On NORTH Link's Employment Programs page, you can register for jobs in the manufacturing, retail, health, community services, transport & logistics and the hospitality sector by completing the jobseeker application. You can also view the Vacancy bulletin.

If you are interested in any of these jobs please email for more information. You can also contact Diane Sardo on 9479 5695 or email


Please visit the AGA website and go to apprentices and trainees to browse from a range of apprenticeships and traineeships. If you need assistance please call 1300 000 242.

Given the Chance

The Brotherhood of St Laurence Given the Chance program will support you to prepare for and gain employment, including apprenticeships and traineeships. Please look at the current vacancies for jobs that may interest you and/or register with the Brotherhood of St Laurence. If you need assistance please email

Whittlesea Community Connections – Refugee Employment Pathway (REP)

The REP program offers the participants an individual career plan to frame the employment pathway towards their aspirations. The program can further support the employment process of the participants through organizing short-term on-the-job courses as well as linking up with potential employers in a paid internship placement schemes.

Pacific Epping Job Opportunities

Many of the stores at Pacific Epping are hiring for a range of positions to join their teams. Find your next move here.

Career, training and support

Hume Whittlesea Local Learning and Employment Network

See employment, education and training links here.

Melbourne Polytechnic

Skills and Job Centre provides expert advice on training and employment opportunities. Click here for more information.


myfuture provides resources to explore career pathways and tools to develop self-knowledge to help with career decision-making. Click here for more information.

Work Education

If you are a person with an intellectual disability, autism or cognitive impairment, Melbourne Polytechnic’s Certificate II in Work Education 22481VIC will help you find your path to your dream career. Click here for more information.