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Local Government Week (30 July – 5 August), is the perfect excuse to celebrate our committed staff and the incredible things they do in our community every day.
When many people think of local government, they think of our garbage collection services and local roads and footpaths. But the modern Council is so much more.
While we do pick up the rubbish and manage over 850kms of roads, we also run the Manly Art Gallery and Museum, two aquatic centres and Glen Street Theatre.
We manage over 120 sportsfields, 220 playgrounds and a growing number of skate parks. Our libraries attract over a million visits a year; we provide childcare for over 4,000 local kids and operate 41 community centres.
We have teams who look after our beautiful bushland and waterways, scientists who manage floods and storm water, and staff who patrol and clean our 21 beaches and 15 ocean rockpools.
Our incredible events attract hundreds of thousands of people to our area while supporting our local businesses.
And all to ensure the Northern Beaches is an extraordinary place to live, work and invest.
We want the best people to work for us and to make sure that happens we provide the best of working environments.
With more than 40 careers to choose from, there are so many employment opportunities for our local residents. Develop your career with people passionate about making a difference in our community.
If you’re thinking about joining us, visit our careers page to see if there’s a current vacancy with your name on it!
Learn more about some of your Northern Beaches team:
Team Leader, Events
|From stacking hundreds of wine bottles into cool rooms, venturing into secret rooms hidden beneath The Corso to guarding Santa and getting him through crowds of excited kids, Belinda’s Events role is anything but boring. Read Belinda's story|
Floodplain Planning and Response
|"Each day is different, one day I’ll be planning on how we can best respond to a natural disaster and the next I’m researching new technologies that Council can use to better prepare for severe weather." Read Duncan's story|
Early Education Teacher
|This year marks Alexia’s 31st year of teaching and she loves watching the children “as they grow and achieve milestones". Read Alexia's story|
Library Acting Branch Manager
|“It’s a really busy and varied job. Anyone who thinks a library is just about books needs to pay us a visit,” says Theo. Read Theo's story|
Community Engagement Officer
|“The Northern Beaches is an incredible place and I’m in a position where I can help the community have a say in what’s happening in their local area.” Read Lindy's story|
|“Whether it’s an upgrade to a town centre or a new public art installation, I’m excited to speak to the community and improve on the spaces that are already loved by locals.” Read Sam's story|
|When asked what the perks of his job as a Council building surveyor are, Stephen is certain it’s working with a diverse bunch of professionals, meeting new people every day and—when opportunity strikes—enjoying the odd water taxi ride on Pittwater to visit construction sites in our more remote locations. Read Stephen's story|
|“It’s fun. Sometimes I learn something I didn’t know because there are so many diverse careers we are interviewing for. Our staff have all sorts of fascinating backgrounds and knowledge. We like to pick people with good work ethics, so while we are different technically but we have similar values.” Read Amit's story|