How to apply for a job with us

Applying for any of our jobs is simple, however please review the Position Description first and set aside some time before you start to prepare your answers to the Selection Criteria. We like to get as much information as we can from you before making a decision on who we would like to interview. The process involves three simple steps.

Please note, paper based, faxed and emailed applications will not be accepted.

Find the position you are interested in

All of our current job listings are displayed in the Vacancies section, simply click on the Vacancies tab.

Answer our simple Questionnaire

The first part of the Questionnaire comprise of Essential and Desirable Selection Criteria. Answers to questions may be in written format, yes / no answers or multiple choice.

Preparation of the statement addressing the selection criteria is the most important part of your application. There is no word limit so be creative.

Your answers to the selection criteria should include your skills, knowledge, experience and, if required any qualifications required for the position.

The key to addressing selection criteria is:

  • Providing answers that demonstrate evidence of how you meet the selection criteria.
  • Provide specific details; and
  • Where possible, include an indicator of success or a result.

Upload your CV and Cover Letter

Simply upload a CV that is in a compatible format into our system.

The covering letter gives you the opportunity to introduce yourself, supply any additional information and advise of your availability for an interview.

For more information on how to apply click here -  http://www.bunbury.wa.gov.au/Pages/Employment.aspx

Our Diversity and commitment to Equal Employment opportunity

The City of Bunbury is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, aiming to build organisational capacity and foster a positive work environment.

The City of Bunbury is committed to Equal Opportunity to ensure the fair and equitable treatment of persons accessing the City of Bunbury’s services / facilities (members of the public) and/or in the course of employment (employees) with the City of Bunbury.

Our policy outlines that The City of Bunbury has a commitment to Equal Opportunity (EO) under the obligations of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984. This commitment is reflected by the integration of the principles of EO into the City’s Strategic Community Plan Code of Conduct, Equal Opportunity Corporate Guideline and work practices.

The City’s Equal Opportunity Corporate Guideline will inform the direction, actions and training required under legislation for all City staff.

Our Policy

Our policy outlines that The City of Bunbury has a commitment to Equal Opportunity (EO) under the obligations of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984. This commitment is reflected by the integration of the principles of EO into the City’s Strategic Community Plan Code of Conduct, Equal Opportunity Corporate Guideline and work practices.

The City’s Equal Opportunity Corporate Guideline will inform the direction, actions and training required under legislation for all City staff.