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Employment at Council

employees. On this page Diversity and Inclusion Partnership with the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator How to apply for a job at Council Application, interview and commencement support

Team Member Open Space (Arboriculture)

Team Member Open Space (Arboriculture) Team Member Open Space (Arboriculture) Employment Type Full-time Open Date 31 May 2023 Close Date 12 June 2023 at 8:00:00 pm Location Heathfield Job Reference

Economic Profile

tourism, local businesses and jobs, and exports. The Adelaide Hills Council area is part of the Mount Lofty Ranges. Approximately 12 kilometres east of Adelaide CBD, it's an easy commute to the city

Secondment Opportunity - Governance & Risk Coordinator

Location Stirling Job Reference 414 Salary General Officer Lever 6 or 7: $94,827356 - $110,926.50 (FTE) plus superannuation Broad-based governance and risk role. Provide high-quality and timely advice

Disability Rights

in Australia. It is against the law to discriminate against people with disability in many areas of public life, including: Employment or jobs Education Buying things and using services Playing sport


and important news below. Council meetings Reconciliation Meet your Council Apply for a job Contact Us We welcome you to contact our service centres, libraries and community centres in person, over

UNESCO World Heritage Bid

new jobs and boost household income by $94 million. Potential social, cultural and environmental benefits In addition to the potential economic benefits to agriculture, wine and food production


Centrelink payment? Yes. If you receive an allowance such as Job Seeker from Centrelink that provides an option to do volunteer work to qualify for your payments, we can generally help you meet all

Council appoints new CEO

, as acting CEO. I would like to publicly acknowledge and thank David Waters and his team for the wonderful job they have done over the past nine months. He had the added complexity of taking the role

Business Services

and a picturesque gateway to regional South Australia, the Adelaide Hills Council area drives significant economic contributions to the state through tourism, local businesses and jobs, and exports. Read More

Towns celebrated as Santos Tour Down Under rolls through the Hills

competition. The town did a great job as a community, coordinating along the street to ensure that there was colour and excitement. Some environmental initiatives included old bicycles turned

Grants Case Studies

Club A smashing grant win is within reach With the help of a Community Development Grant of $2,450 the Woodside Tennis Club now has amazing new kitchen equipment, blinds and a fresh paint job


?" BizRebuild is a business-led initiative that provides practical, on-the-ground assistance to small and local businesses affected by bushfire, designed to help businesses recover and create jobs, rebuild

Business News and Events

combined industry knowledge and skills, has seen our reputation throughout the industry grow into a very successful mobile business. We come to you; our customers love that there is no downtime on the job

Business Case Studies

the industry grow into a very successful mobile business. We come to you; our customers love that there is no downtime on the job, they don’t have to organise to send their tools offsite! What is your

Access and Inclusion Plan

Access and Inclusion Plan A brighter future for all, Adelaide Hills Council's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, guides the Council to help remove barriers in our community so that everyone can

Hills Positive Ageing Project

Hills Positive Ageing Project The Hills Positive Ageing Project promotes positive ageing and supports aged care providers to develop quality services for older Hills residents in the Adelaide Hills

Disability Support and Programs

Disability Support and Programs There are various local and state based organisations and groups that help people living with disability and their family or carers to access support services

How to become a Council Member

How to become a Council Member Becoming a Council Member is an important responsibility. Find out more about the role and expectations, if you are available and advice for candidates considering


Reconciliation Adelaide Hills and Mount Barker District Councils have partnered together to ensure that reconciliation is part of everything we do — to ensure that we build a future together

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