We advertise current job vacancies, including our graduate and vacation positions on the Victorian Government's Career.Vic website.
Find out how to apply learn more about the recruitment process.
How to apply
1. Visit Careers.Vic to find current positions.
2. Prepare your application.
Your application needs to include:
- a cover letter
- your current resume
- 3 professional referees
- the key selection criteria
3. When your application is ready, submit it through Careers.Vic
Our recruitment process
If your application is shortlisted, we will call you to organise an interview.
Generally, 3 people sit on the interview panel:
- your prospective manager
- a peer with the same skill level
- a human resources representative
Interviews are followed by referee checks.
The interview panel decides which applicant is best suited to the role.
All interviewed applicants receive a phone call to let them know whether or not they've been successful. An email will be sent to everyone who applied for the job, including those who weren't interviewed.
Be part of the next generation of water industry professionals. Our Graduate Program, with the opportunity for up to 8 rotations, can help you develop technical, communication and project management skills for your career and membership to professional institutions.
Our 12-month rotations give graduates the opportunity to experience our Operations work areas:
- Concept Development
- Development Services
- External placement with our strategic partners Veolia, Lendlease and Trility
- Project Management
- Urban Services
- Water Quality Performance
During the program, we support graduates to complete Engineering Education Australia's Graduate Program in Engineering.
Gain practical workplace experience in the water industry.
Designed originally for engineering students, our Vacation Program can also accept students from other fields of study such as science and business.
Vacation Program opportunities are based on business needs. Participants have gained professional and personal development in areas including:
- assets and operations
- contract management
- raw water supply
- concept development
- water quality
- infrastructure (project management)
- human resources
- environmental science.
During the program, students:
- spend a week as part of the Headworks team, based at the Lauriston Reservoir (near Kyneton)
- have a guided tour of a water reclamation plant and water treatment plant
- spend a half-day on a water and sewer truck.
Last updated on 01 Jul 2021