Education to Employment
Would you like to undertake a traineeship, apprenticeship or cadetship with Council?
The next intake is advertised now for positions to start in January 2021 in a variety of roles including:
- Cadet Project Officer
- Trainee IT
- Temporary Student Development Planner
- Apprentice Nursery Officer Landcare
- Apprentice Horticulture (2 positions)
- Trainee Admin Officer
- Apprentice Painter
- Trainee Arts, Culture and Tourism Officer (2 positions)
- Trainee Customer Service Officer
- Trainee Employee and Wellbeing Support (2 positions)
These roles offer a diverse range of experiences, whether you are looking for an opportunity to work outdoors in our gorgeous surrounds, be desk-based or specialise in a trade.
Council’s Education to Employment (E2E) program will allow you to develop skills and gain valuable on-the-job experience while studying for a formal qualification. We’ll support you by paying for your course fees, providing paid study leave while receiving on-the-job expert mentoring by skilled professionals and teams.
The E2E program is a key component of Council’s Workforce Management Strategy, and allows us to offer a greater variety of job opportunities within our local community.
We offer cadetships as well as nationally recognised apprenticeships and traineeships in a variety of study areas including engineering, mechanical, painting, horticulture, sports ground and turf management, civil construction, warehousing, metal fabrication, boiler making, customer service, finance, human resources, tourism, project management and administration.
You can explore current E2E opportunities via our online careers portal
What is our E2E (Education to Employment) Program?
Why our current apprentices and trainees love working here