Moree Plains Shire Council employs people who are passionate about the community for whom we work. Each day, regardless of our role, our aim is to deliver the best possible services and being a part of this provides real job satisfaction.
People enjoy living in a fabulous regional area that offers so much to do but also offers the freedom from long and expensive daily commutes and unaffordable housing. Time is precious and our people get to spend time doing the things they love with the people they love. Balancing family with work through generously applied workplace flexibility is a major attraction point.
Moree Plains Shire Council is large enough to provide stable employment with plenty of opportunity for progression, but we also work with our regional neighbours through a variety of collaborative arrangements. This is to ensure even more opportunity is available for those who desire it. .
A Council that invests in learning and development and supports people to achieve their individual goals is always going to be a great place to work!
Creating an inspiring, innovative space for the community
You can’t help but be inspired when you meet Linda Horswell, Manager Library Services, Mosman Library. With a career history spanning academic and local government libraries both here
Building a sustainable future in the Mid-West of WA
Q&A with Vin Fordham Lamont, CEO, Shire of Carnamah Nestled in the Mid-West of Western Australia, just two hours from Perth, and 90kms from the coast, the Shire of Carnamah is home to a
Discover your passion for Early Childcare Education
Athalia Bassett, Childcare Educator at Brookvale Children’s Centre In the first five years of life, access to quality childcare education is a key factor in achieving the best possible
Custodians of Yass Valley’s Precious Water Resource
Water and Wastewater Team – Yass Valley Council Meet Kuga Kugaprasatham and Aaron Shepherd from Yass Valley Council’s Water and Wastewater team. Along with their colleagues, Kuga and
From Veteran to General Manager
A career journey guided by an unwavering drive to serve. In 1999, The Australian Defence Force (ADF) was deployed to Indonesian-occupied East Timor as the leading force in The United
A Role with Purpose in a Region Steeped in History
Q&A with Conrad Webb, Manager Enterprise Risk Systems – Hawkesbury City Council How long have you worked for Hawkesbury City Council? Nearly a year, although it feels longer - people
Veterans - is the juice worth the squeeze?
Yes, says Mark Bransdon, Learning and Development Officer – People and Performance, Campbelltown City Council. What was your background in the Defence Force? I enlisted into the
A Firm Focus On The Future
Nicole Wilson’s role is all about planning for the future. And she loves it. As Manager Integrated Planning for Western Australia’s Shire of Murray, Nicole develops the strategic
Veterans - a good fit for councils
Mick De Groot, Asset Manager at Gunnedah Shire Council shares why he feels Defence personnel are a good fit for Local Government. What’s your role at Council? I am currently employed as
Friends, Flexibility and a Great Workplace Culture
Q&A with Aimee Hunt, Payroll/HR Officer – Narromine Shire Council We recently caught up with Payroll/HR Officer, Aimee Hunt and talked to her about her role, and what she enjoys about
Where there is water, there is life.
This is certainly true for Kent Harris, Water and Waste Superintendent for Moree Plains Shire Council. Kent plays an integral role in the delivery of a clean, regular water supply and