Working at the City
The City of Subiaco is an innovative, community-focused organisation providing strong leadership to build a unique and welcoming place. Working at the City is a rewarding and enjoyable experience. The staff at the City of Subiaco uphold and consistently demonstrate the organisation's values of Teamwork, Respect, Integrity and Customer Service.
The City is committed to recruiting dedicated and talented staff for a diverse range of services including administration, building and health, economic development, community and cultural development, recreation, environment, infrastructure, planning, ranger services and waste management.
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The City provides eligible employees with many benefits to assist with work-life balance and maintain a positive state of health and wellbeing. Depending on your position your benefits may include:
- Five weeks of annual leave with 17.5% leave loading (or pro-rata equivalent)
- Rostered days off
- Sustainable travel allowance or a parking permit
- Subsidised Lords gym membership including pool and group fitness class access
- Flexible working arrangements
- Superannuation co-contributions
- Paid parental leave
- 24/7 employee assistance program
- Reward and recognition program
- Social club
- Casual dress Fridays
- Novated vehicle lease options
Learning and development benefits
The City's learning and development approach aims to assist individuals with career development and incorporates:
- Leadership and supervisor training
- Optional training courses offered
- Paid study leave and tuition assistance
The City is committed to helping employees maintain and improve their health and wellbeing. The City has maintained a gold rating from Healthier Workplace WA, recognising a commitment to encouraging healthy behaviours that aim to maintain and improve employee wellbeing.
Eligible employees can participate in the following wellness initiatives free of charge:
- Health assessments
- Ergonomic assessments
- Skin cancer screening
- Lunch and learn workshops
- Weekly fruit baskets
Occupational safety and health
The City is committed to providing its employees, contractors, volunteers and visitors a safe and healthy workplace.
The City promotes a culture of safety through hazard identification, injury prevention and general occupational safety and health (OSH) awareness. Download the City's Work health and safety management protocol (PDF, 183KB) for further information on the City's commitment to safety.
The City is committed to thorough, transparent and fair recruitment processes. The City values all applications and strives to ensure all candidates are given due consideration. As such, the recruitment process can take up to six weeks from date of advertising. Should you have enquiries during this time, please contact the City.
Applicants with disability
The application process for applicants with disability is the same as it would be for anyone applying for a position at the City of Subiaco. If you have a disability, you can choose whether or not to disclose this in your application or at any time during the application process.
If you work with a Disability Employment Service, you can have them contact us directly to discuss any specific needs you may have for the interview or in the workplace. The City will take steps to ensure that any accessibility requirements are addressed for your interview. Please advise if you require any reasonable adjustments to be made.
View current employment opportunities
View and apply for current employment opportunities here.