Careers

 
Do you want to make a difference at a local level?

Give yourself the power to change the world you live in – from the streets and parks you use, to events, facilities and services your community enjoys. The Town of Claremont provides great conditions and empowers you to put your ideas into action and we are always seeking great people with similar values to contribute to our team and community.

Current Vacancies

Senior Governance and Risk Advisor


The Town of Claremont is currently seeking a Senior Governance and Risk Advisor within the Corporate and Governance directorate.
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Applications close 9am on Monday 3 July 2017.

Director of Children's Literature and Arts Festival


The Town of Claremont is currently seeking a Director of Children's Literature and Arts Festival within the Executive Office.
Position Description please click here
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Applications close 9am on Monday 3 July 2017.

Field Officer Engineering

The Town of Claremont is currently seeking a Field Officer Engineering within the Infrastructure directorate.
Position Description please click here
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Applications close 9am on Monday 3 July 2017.

Benefits of working for the Town of Claremont include:

Remuneration & Conditions

  • competitive salaries;
  • generous superannuation contribution scheme;
  • flexible work options;
  • employee recognition program;
  • attractive working location in the Claremont town centre;
  • modern, accessible workspaces;
  • accessible public transport and free car parking.



Health & Wellbeing Initiatives

  • free use of our Corporate Gym and Aquatic Centre;
  • confidential employee assistance program;
  • discounted private health membership;
  • flu vaccinations;
  • skin cancer checks;
  • health and wellbeing seminars;
  • active social club.

Training & Development

  • Internal training courses;
  • Opportunities to attend work-related conferences and seminars;
  • Study assistance options: ranging from paid leave to reimbursement of course fees (Conditions apply);
  • Opportunities to act in higher grade roles;
  • Opportunities to participate in project teams and committees.


 

How to apply

In order to be considered for the vacant position you must be able to demonstrate your suitability for the position. Before preparing your application check the essential selection criteria outlined in the position description to ensure you are eligible to apply.

What your application must include:

Cover letter

A covering letter should demonstrate your suitability for the position by addressing the selection criteria.  It also gives you the opportunity to introduce yourself to the selection panel and explain why you are applying for the position. 

Curriculum Vitae / Resume

Your Curriculum Vitae (CV) / Resume should include your personal details, relevant work history, education, training, qualifications and professional memberships.
The names and contact details of at least two work related referees should be presented in your CV/Resume.
 

Lodging your application

Applications must reach the Town of Claremont no later than 5.00pm on the closing date.

Your application should be emailed (in word or PDF document format) to employment@claremont.wa.gov.au.

Please ensure that the position title is clearly marked in the covering letter of your application.

Canvassing of Councillors will disqualify applicants.
 
The Town of Claremont is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to selecting the best applicant for each vacancy.