Wodonga Council
Working at Wodonga Council

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Working at Wodonga Council

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Discover the range of opportunities at Wodonga Council 

The team at Wodonga Council supports our community through a range of services and functions. We offer a diversity of work options, challenging career pathways and the opportunity to work in and with the local community. Can you imagine yourself joining our team?

All of this is available while based in a beautiful regional centre with access to recreation, cultural, sporting and community events (snowfields, food and wine, mountain biking, water sports), serviced by excellent health facilities and with a wide choice of quality education providers.

The range of job opportunities are vast.  While we don’t do everything, we do a lot.  For most people there is a job they can consider.

Find out what job opportunities exist.

Every day I work with good people serving my community and I feel supported to be my best. 



Who are we?

Wodonga is a vibrant and growing city situation on the Murray River and is one of the fastest growing regional cities in Victoria.  The city is undergoing redevelopment and has consistent growth in population, residential, commercial and industrial development.

Wodonga has a population of more than 40,000 people and is a regional hub situated halfway between Melbourne and Sydney on the Hume Highway. It is the largest city in North East Victoria and, with its twin city Albury in New South Wales, has a regional catchment of around 180,000 people.

Wodonga Council has a vision as a progressive, well-planned, growing city that is affordable, offers and abundance of opportunities and is led by strong, empathetic leadership. Its mission is to strengthen our community in all that we do.




Opportunity and flexibility

At Wodonga Council we offer career pathways and development opportunities with early entry roles; training to qualify for work and new opportunities; and, support for transition in job roles. 

We have a strong commitment to the council’s values of trust, integrity, learning and respect.

Find out more about what we can offer you.


Support for parents and carers

 We provide paid pre-natal leave, as well as 14 weeks’ paid parental leave to the primary carer, which can be paid at half pay over twice the duration.

Flexible work arrangements are commonly taken up by parents, and carers leave is beyond the statutory entitlement. 

There is support for breastfeeding for nursing mothers.

Find out more about what we can offer you.


Who are we looking for?

  • We are looking for new team members who:
  • Demonstrate empathy and willingness to assist others;
  • Communicate clearly, honestly and openly;
  • Seek to understand, analyse and find constructive solutions;
  • Are courageous in the face of challenge;
  • Look for improvement and better ways of doing things; and,
  • Seek and act on feedback

See our current vacancies here.