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Employment at Council

Working at Adelaide Hills Council is a rewarding experience. Our work touches all sections of the local community and we provide a progressive and challenging workplace for our employees.

The Adelaide Hills Council area is a great place to live, work and visit. The environmental, aesthetic, residential, primary production and natural qualities of the district are renowned for their excellence, and contribute to the Adelaide Hills earning the signature of being one of Australia's most loved areas.

Our work touches all sections of the local community and we provide a progressive and challenging workplace for our employees. When we recruit new staff, we seek talented individuals to join us in making a real difference and, in return, we are committed to providing family-friendly policies, professional development opportunities, and a workplace environment that drives continuous improvement.

Adelaide Hills Council is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all interested, suitably experienced and qualified people. Council is committed to creating an environment that is inclusive for all. We value the thoughts and ideas that a diverse workforce brings to an organisation and encourage applications from all individuals.

Diversity and Inclusion

Adelaide Hills Council is committed to creating an environment that is inclusive for all. We value the thoughts and ideas that a diverse workforce brings to an organisation, and encourage applications from all walks of life. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive workplace.

Partnership with the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator

We work to build a more inclusive environment by partnering and consulting with organisations like the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator (NDRC) and Disability Employment Service (DES) Providers.

How to apply for a job at Council

Adelaide Hills Council is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all interested, suitably experienced and qualified people. To assist us in processing your application please include:

  1. A brief covering letter.
  2. Your current resume (2-3 pages is generally sufficient, simple template available to download from below. link)
  3. Individual responses to the selection criteria outlined in the position description (2-3 pages is generally sufficient). Please contact the listed officer should you have any questions about the position description.
  4. To submit your application please send your documents (in PDF format) to jobs@ahc.sa.gov.au

Should your application be successful and proceed to the next stage you will be contacted by the responsible officer.

If you do not receive a response within 20 days of the job advertisement closing date, your application will be classified as unsuccessful and we wish you every success in your future employment.

International applicants who do not have an appropriate Australian work visa or residency will not be considered or acknowledged.

Application, interview and commencement support

If you would like to talk to discuss alternative methods of lodging applications, accessibility or reasonable adjustments at any stage of the recruitment process, please contact:

Organisational Development Department
Karlee
(08) 8408 0400
jobs@ahc.sa.gov.au (with subject heading "OD recruitment support" to ensure your enquiry is responded to quickly)

Positions vacant

Browse all current positions vacant at the link below.

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