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Employment

As the key employer in our region, the Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council is dedicated to maximising opportunities for our community to gain employment on local council projects.

From desk jobs and digital technology to in-country work and tourism, including with our respected Jabalbina Indigenous Rangers, there are many interesting roles in our local region.


Current vacancies

There are no current vacancies.


How to apply

To apply for position, please submit an application addressing all the selection criteria, along with a copy of your current CV, including two referees. Please take note of the deadline as unfortunately late applications can not be considered. 

Submitting your application

Applications can be:

Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council
1 Hartwig Street, Wujal Wujal 4895


Frequently asked questions: 

Q: When will I hear from the Council?

A: After applying you will receive an acknowledgement that your application has been received. Applicants will be notified of the initial outcome of their application within two weeks of the applications closing date. 

Q: What happens if I am shortlisted for an interview?

A: If you are selected for an interview, you will be offered an appointment time to meet with our selection panel either at the Council offices or another specified location. Please bring to the interview a copy of your CV and any original identification documents, certificates or licences required for the position you applied for. These will need to be seen and verified by the selection panel. For example, you must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for a Council position.

Q: When will you contact my referees?

A:Referee checks are carried out after the interview when the selection panel has chosen their recommended candidate.

Q: Will I need to provide any other information before I accept a job offer?

A: Preferred candidates identified through the recruitment process may be required to undergo a National Police History Check or Directorship search, depending on the specific job and its requirements – for example, working with children or in aged care, or in Senior Director roles.


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