City of Darwin Careers and Employment
We were not able to detect your location. You can browse through all 7 jobs City of Darwin has to offer
Children and Youth Cultural Liaison Officer
$68,858 - $73,938 a year
6 days agoView job
Executive Manager Environment, Climate Change and Waste Services
$200,000 a year
10 days agoView job
Salary estimated from 203 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
$113,241 per year
$161,165 per year
$219,883 per year
$68,858 per year
$91,013 per year
$123,175 per year
Human Resources Manager
$211,063 per year
Director of People & Culture
$147,256 per year
Human Resources Business Partner
$102,307 per year
$127,946 per year
$87,680 per year
Contract Trainer, Technical Writer in Darwin NT
on 7 February 2018
City of Darwin Libraries have the nicest people to work with - a great workplace
This was a contract role for me, but I was made to feel very welcome with a workforce that was inclusive and supportive. I really enjoyed working here and would love to return if the chance ever came up.
Manager People Culture & Capability in Darwin NT
on 26 April 2017
Great Place to Work
Every person has the ability to influence outcomes at a grass roots level. In the Human Resouces profession, you get to work across the broad spectrum of HR functions with the ability to influence change across the business.
Administration Officer - Level 3/Step 1 in Darwin NT
on 12 March 2017
Happy atmosphere, friendly co-workers
On a daily basis I would respond to customer enquiries, and process payroll for Parks employees. Enjoyed being part of a team, flexibility at work, great management.
Administration Officer in Darwin NT
on 5 April 2016
City of Darwin
Working for the City of Darwin was very rewarding and I was given opportunities to stand in for other positions. The work tempo was fast and required meeting deadlines for ongoing process and development applications. Meeting the deadlines and proofreading documents before being published was challenging and at times required extra working hours. There was a good team vibe and different departments supporting each other, I thrived in this working environment.
Fun Bus Engagement Officer in Darwin, NT
on 27 April 2014
Starting as a Trainee, was daunting, there was so much to learn in so little time. As my traineeship progressed the children Got to know me and I got to know them. I really enjoyed interacting with the children and watching them learn through play. The typical day would include setting up activities in an outdoor area, each at different venues each day. Meeting new parents and children that come along to the service, Chatting to team members about suggestions for the service. Cleaning and maintaining of equipment such as painting. Halfway through parents and children would come around in a circle and sing nursery rhymes, read a story then morning tea, which would be fruit provided by parents as a contribute for using the service. Afterwards Team mates and I would clean the Story time mat and each child would then continue on with the activities. I learned so much being a trainee and the needs of each child, how important interaction with each child is and their development. The hardest part of my job would be to watch parents chatting away or on their phone and not participating at all with their childs play. The main purpose of the Fun Bus Play group is for the Parents to interact with their children not other parents. The first 5 years of a childs life is for the parents to interact with their child to increase their development before being introduced to schooling. The most enjoyable part of my job is being around people who are caring and helpful, as i started my co workers and superviser was very welcoming to the service and very patient with me. My superviser made it very clear to me on what to do and said I could go to her at any time if I had any questions.