Employing more than 900 staff, Campbelltown City Council is one of the largest employers in the region.
Why would you want to work anywhere else?
We are a leader in Local Government – a forward thinking organisation committed to innovation, best practice, continuous improvement and enhancing community life.
We care about our employees.
The health and wellbeing of all employees remains our priority. We invest in a range of initiatives including resilience support programs, mental health first aid, employee assistance services and subsidised flu vaccinations, Most importantly we celebrate our staffs successes. Our staff anniversary program and annual staff awards (BOLDS) recognise the outstanding contributions of our people.
We are committed to investing in our employees.
We understand that our success is because of the people we have working for us. Our point of difference is that we pride ourselves in offering generous professional development opportunities to our employees. We support and encourage employees to further develop their knowledge and skills by providing financial assistance, study and exam leave, as well as training and education opportunities to assist employees to prepare for future career development.
We promote work/life balance.
We are hard workers, however, we also understand the importance of work/life balance so we offer a range of flexible work arrangements. Employees are encourage to select the flexible work option that suits their role and their needs. This might including working a 9-day fortnight, accruing flexi time, altering work hours or even working from home.
Our employees care about each other and the community.
Our people constantly tell us one of the best things about working at Council is the people they work with. We collaborate to deliver great outcomes to our vibrant and diverse community.
We proudly participate a range of community and charity events including Red Cross’ annual Council Blood Challenge.
Council also offer:
- Staff exchange program to Koshigaya (our Sister City in Japan)
- Skills and performance based salary system
- Salary sacrifice options
- 4 weeks annual leave per year
- 3 weeks sick leave per year
- Generous long service leave
- Purchased Additional Annual Leave
- Attractive parental leave options
- Carers leave
- Health and wellbeing leave
- Employee Assistant Program (EAP)
- Weekly pay
- Plus lots more
Your chance to make a difference
When you work for Campbelltown City Council you are working for the common good of the community.
Working for us enables you to directly contribute to the achievement of our vision, whether you work in an area of Council that is directly responsible to the community or in a corporate area that provides the necessary support to Council to ensure it is best able to deliver its services to the community. Every employee, no matter what their position at Council, contributes to the achievement of our vision for the community.
Who we are
We are proud of our employees, of the way in which we serve our community and of the career opportunities we provide.
A city of choice and opportunity in a natural environment.
- To deliver exceptional service to customers
- To provide best value services to the community
- To conduct all business in an ethical manner
- To consult with and engage the local community
- To be committed to continuous improvement and best practice across all aspects of business and service delivery
- To provide a safe environment for staff and visitors
Our corporate values
The key to delivering on our vision and mission is an organisation that prides itself on certain values and behaviours. Our values were developed in consultation with our employees which means they aren’t something we just promote, but it is who we are. We expect all employees to treat our customers and each other in the spirit of these values.
Our values are:
Campbelltown City is a significant regional centre, offering opportunity and lifestyle. Bounded on one side by the Georges River, and on the other by rolling hills, our area offers the perfect combination of city and country. Campbelltown City continues to develop into a significant regional centre for employment, transport, education, shopping, health and community services.
Located just 50 minutes from the Sydney CBD, 40 minutes from the beaches of Illawarra and within easy reach of major road and rail links to the Southern Highlands, Canberra, the Blue Mountains and the South Coast beaches - Campbelltown offers a unique blend of city opportunities in a natural setting to its 155,000 residents.
We serve a diverse community, which is fairly unique in that we have relatively small percentages of a wide range of nationalities. For example we have people from the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Philippines, Fiji, India, South Africa, Lebanon, China, Germany, Poland and more. Campbelltown also has the second largest aboriginal population in the Sydney region and approximately 11% of the population have a disability.
We value a diverse workforce that aims to be reflective of the community we serve and recognise that a diverse workforce encourages different ideas that will foster improved service delivery to our community.