City of Bunbury Careers and Employment
- IndustryFarm Support Services
Salary estimated from 176 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
$102,001 per year
$73,794 per year
$34.65 per hour
Security & Public Safety
Community Service Officer
$69,848 per year
$68,247 per year
Parking Enforcement Officer
$65,268 per year
Installation & Maintenance
$74,540 per year
$74,540 per year
$65,268 per year
Barry Allen Electrical, 4th Year Apprentice in Bunbury WA
on 22 February 2018
great freedom, good locations, friendly people
enjoyed every minute working for the city of bunbury, would gladly take another opportunity to work for them. friendly staff and customers make every day a breeze.
Volunteer Work in Bunbury WA
on 1 January 2019
A professional and fun workplace with great staff members and team leaders
I have really enjoyed volunteering for the City of Bunbury as the work environment there was extremely fun yet professional. Each and every employee I worked with were lovely and welcoming. This opportunity allowed me to learn about working hard and ethically. It also enabled me improve on my efficiency and time management skills. As a volunteer I still had flexible (and reasonable) working hours. I had a reasonable lunch time and breaks during my shift. I was also offered free water, which was a necessity since we were working outdoors and under the sun. Overall, volunteering for the City of Bunbury for SkyFest Australia Day Celebrations (26/01/2017) and Christmas in the City Celebration (11/12/16) was a pleasure and I would happily take part in other volunteering opportunities orchestrated by them.
Officer in City of Bunbury
on 3 September 2018
If you must take the job buy a union membership
I am female. I am unable to be too specific. If I could, I believe you wouldn't even write a cover letter let alone attend an interview. Yes the salary is good. Yes there are nice people to work with. But there are nice people in every organisation, what you want is management (who control your job security, your work life) who follow their own values. It's not the same for every position or every department, but if you think waiting four months to get two days off in the school holidays with your children approved is too long RED FLAG. If you want all workers to have the same rules of lead time for leave RED FLAG. If you want to be treated with respect, in my experience, AND others experience, RED FLAG. If you enjoy others trying, over and over again, to walk all over your boundaries, then this is your perfect employer, APPLY. If you enjoy having to defend your 'personal boundaries' over and over, APPLY. If you still want to apply after reading this, I genuinely hope you do not experience what I "allegedly" did. I hope you don't need a job that bad. Have you really exhausted all other options?? If you do need a job that bad, union and a supportive partner are in my experience, essential criteria.
Community Development Officer in Bunbury WA
on 3 January 2018
City of Bunbury Work Experience
- Coordination of Youth Development council (YAC) and support in developing the first YAC strategy plan. - Facilitation and successful grant applications for community fundraising. - Creation and organisation of events including the Bunbury Skatepark Competition, Youth Connections and organisation and coordination of school holiday programs. - Integration of multiculturalism into community profile.
CCTV Officer in Bunbury WA
on 31 October 2017
Excellent employer I regret leaving and if given the chance I would return to workin for the City Of Bunbury. Freindly staff excellent managers and always help one another.
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