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 city is committed to recruiting dedicated and talented staff for a diverse range of services including administration, building and health, business development, community and cultural development, recreation, environment, infrastructure, planning, rangers and waste and fleet.
The city provides permanent employees with many benefits to assist with work–life balance and mantain a positive state of health and wellbeing. Benefits include:
- five weeks of annual leave and one rostered day off per month
- sustainable travel allowance
- free parking
- proximity to public transport
- competitive salary packages
- superannuation (9.5 per cent compulsory contribution plus additional contributions up to 5 per cent)
- paid study leave and reimbursement of relevant tuition fees
- journey insurance
- 24/7 employee assistance program
- reward and recognition program
- social club
- casual dress once a month
- subsidised Lords gym membership including pool and group fitness class access
- team participation in events such as the Global Corporate Challenge and City to Surf.
Learning and development
The city's learning and development strategy and framework aims to assist individuals with career development and incorporates:
- management leadership and development
- supervisor development program
- individual professional and career development
- compulsory and optional training courses outlined in an annual training calendar
- induction to the city
- equal employment training
- OHS compliance
- local government training
The wellness strategy and framework strives to assist staff in their health and wellbeing whilst undertaking work in the city. Permanent employees can participate in the following sessions free of charge:
- health assessments
- work related vaccinations
- ergonomic assessments
- skin cancer screening
- eye testing
- lunch and learn workshops
- wellness education
- self defence
- blood donation drives.
Healthier Workplace WA - Gold rating
The city is committed to helping employees maintain and improve their health and wellbeing through various initiatives available to employees. The city was recently awarded a gold rating from Healthier Workplace WA (external site), recognising a commitment to encouraging healthy behaviours that aim to maintain and improve employee wellbeing.
The city can only employ people who can legally work in Australia. These include:
- Australian citizens
- New Zealand citizens
- permanent residents
- temporary residents with permission to work
- international students with permission to work.
To be considered eligible for employment by the city, you will be required to show an original copy of one or more of the following documents.
- Australian citizenship certificate
- Birth certificate
New Zealand citizens
- Current visa or certificate issued by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship
Occupational safety and health
The City of Subiaco is committed to providing its employees, contractors, volunteers and visitors a safe and healthy workplace.
The City of Subiaco maintains a safety management system that promotes the safety, health and well being of all employees, contractors, visitors and volunteers. The city promotes a culture of hazard identification, injury prevention and general occupational safety and health (OSH) awareness throughout the organisation. In meeting its occupational safety and health obligations, the city:
- consults and communicates with regards to OSH with employees, contractors and volunteers
- provides employees, contractors and volunteers with the necessary induction, information and training to enable them to perform their work in a safe manner
- provides an effective system of accident/incident reporting, investigation and recording
- ensures effective purchasing, contracts, tenders, leasing, hiring systems and assets comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Act, Australian regulations and standards
- establishes delegated day to day occupational safety and health responsibilities of the CEO, directors, branch managers, supervisors and employees
- communicates openly with employees, contractors, volunteers and visitors about work health and safety matters.
Download the city's Work health and safety policy (PDF, 49KB) for further information on the city's commitment to safety