Working for us is about more than just a job, it’s about the community we serve.

Working in diverse roles, our staff contribute to making our city vibrant, engaging and connected so the community and its visitors can enjoy all Liverpool has to offer.

We contribute to improving the lives of this generation and generations to come, whether we’re shaping policy or handling enquiries, we all share the common goal of being a part of something bigger and contributing to the changing needs of our local community both now and into the future.

We are committed to encouraging diversity in the workplace and developing a culture that is inclusive, respectful and promotes diversity of thought, age and gender.

Working together

You will be part of a productive, effective and harmonious workplace environment, where your full potential can be realised.

Great employee benefits

You can enjoy a range of Great Employee Benefits. We aim to support you both personally and professionally and help you balance your unique needs and career aspirations through a range of employee benefits:

  • Council offers a variety of leave options, including part-time, job share and changes to start and finish time, as well as purchased additional annual leave;
  • Salary sacrifice arrangements for superannuation, child care (Council run child care centres), and novated lease of a vehicle;
  • Commitment to learning and development for continued growth, including study assistance;
  • Health and Wellbeing; and
  • Generosity Day – employees are able to do a one-day volunteer placement, paid by Council based on standard work hours, once per calendar year.

Health and Wellbeing

Our Health and Wellbeing Program offers a range of resources to motivate and assist managing your physical health and wellbeing:

  • Reimbursement of fees for health and fitness related activities;
  • Fitness passport;
  • Employee Assistance Program;
  • Influenza Vaccination Program.

Grow your career

Our People Achieving Framework is an achievement and development practice between  a leader and an employee throughout the year. The practice begins with planning and setting goals to support employees’ work achievements, professional development, and work towards career goals supported by an individual Achievement and Development Plan, and continuous conversations and feedback.

At the heart of Council’s People Achieving practice are visible behaviours underpinned by our six Values, which are:

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