A number of jobs are still available at the City of Casey as part of the Victorian Government’s $500 million Working for Victoria program, which saw 190 new local roles created.
There are still vacancies for kindergarten support staff, sanitising crews, the open space and parks team, the environment team and the infrastructure team. All positions are six-month fixed term contracts.
Applications need to be made via the Working for Victoria website. All current jobs are also listed on our website to make searching for them easier. Please visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/working-for-victoria
City of Casey CEO Glenn Patterson said around 90 people have already been employed since the program was rolled out at Casey in late September, and we are looking forward to welcoming more people on board before the end of the year.
“We are really pleased to be taking part in Working for Victoria and are looking forward to welcoming our new employees on board to fill these remaining roles. If you’re looking for a job we want to hear from you,” Mr Patterson said.
The Working for Victoria program was established to help people find work during the COVID-19 pandemic, whether they had lost their jobs due to the impacts of the pandemic or had been without work for a period of time.
Working for Victoria has created more than 10,000 jobs since the initiative was launched in April, providing a quick return to work and access to training where required.
The Government has struck agreements with 59 Councils across Victoria to support more than 4,800 people into jobs.