Thank you for your interest in working with Council

Vacant positions are advertised on this website and are open to anyone with appropriate skills / qualifications / experience.  Please review the advertisement and Position Description carefully to assess your eligibility for the position. 

Current Vacancies

Position Title Position Information Closing Date

Trainee Horticulture
(Murgon - Job ref: 2474)

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To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019

Trainee Horticulture
(Nanango - Job ref: 2476)

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Position Description

To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019
Trainee Horticulture
(Kingaroy - Job ref: 2475)

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Position Description

To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019

Trainee Corporate Services Administration
(Murgon - Job ref: 2488)

 

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Position Description

To apply for this positions please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019

Trainee Corporate Services Administration
(Nanango - Job ref: 2490)

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To apply for this positions please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019

Trainee Executive Services Administration
(Kingaroy - Job ref: 2491)

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Position Description

To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019

Trainee Infrastructure Administration
(Nanango - Job ref: 2473)

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To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019
Trainee Library Services
(Kingaroy - Job ref: 2470)

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To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019

Trainee Warehousing
(Kingaroy - Job ref: 2469)

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Position Description

To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019

Trainee Laboratory Assistant
(Kingaroy - Job ref: 2489)

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Position Description

To apply for this position please email your application to barb@sbctc.com.au 

5:00pm Friday, 1 February 2019


You can also keep up-to-date with Council vacancies via our facebook page.

Lodging your Application

Please make sure your application includes:
         - A cover letter including statements addressing the key selection criteria
         - Current resume
         - Copies of your tickets, licences and qualification that are listed on the position description

Please refer to Council's HR Factsheets on how to apply – Information for Applicants and Application Tips.


Note: Applicants will be required to undertake background criminal history checks and pre-employment medical examinations prior to commencement with Council.  You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for positions with Council. Please refer to VEVO for more information.

Applications are due by close of business on the closing date and are to be submitted as outlined in the Advertisement above.

We appreciate your time and interest in applying for a position with us and wish you all the best with your application.

Working for Council

The South Burnett Region is ideally situated just 2 - 3 hours’ drive to Brisbane, Toowoomba, Sunshine Coast and Fraser Coast. The region is renowned for its great wine, gourmet foods and recreational facilities such as Lake Boondooma and Yallakool tourist parks.

Our Values

Having values within Council is important as they provide the framework which Council engages with employees, customers, stakeholders and all of the community. Values ultimately influence and shape Council’s culture. Our values form the acronym ACHIEVE which stand for:
  Accountability – we accept responsibility for our decisions and actions
  Community – Building partnerships, supporting communities and delivering quality services
  Harmony – Our people working cooperatively to achieve common goals in a supportive & safe environment
  Innovation – Encouraging an innovative and resourceful workplace and community
  Ethical Conduct – we behave fairly with open, honest & accountable behavior & consistent decision-making
  Vision – Our vision is the driving force behind our actions and responsibilities
  Excellence – Striving to deliver excellent environmental, social and economic outcomes

Council's conditions of employment are governed by various industrial instruments, including Certified Agreements (Officers and Field Staff), in-house Policy and Procedure documents, and the Queensland Local Government Industry Award - State 2017.

Council's Employee Code of Conduct is an important document and outlines the set of standards and behaviours that guide the way in which local government employees approach their work. This document forms part of the employment contract for any new employee.

Labour Hire Agencies

If there are no advertised roles in Council that match your skills and experience, you can register with a labour hire agency. Council regularly accessed CTC Employment Services for temporary placements in a cross-section of work areas.