The Adelaide City Council has recruitment and selection guidelines and practices in place that ensure quality and equity throughout the process. As such all outcomes of recruitment processes at Council are based on merit and ability to perform in the position, without discrimination against race, age, gender, religion, sexual preference or any other matter that does not relate to the ability to perform in the role.
Stringent recruitment processes are crucial to ensure Council employs high calibre employees who are aligned with Council's Vision and Values and can assist in the delivery of Council's Vision for the City of Adelaide. Applicants will be advised in advance of what to expect from the recruitment process, which may consist of: interviews, reference checks, psychometric profiling, pre-employment medicals, police checks and other forms of screening that may relate to the particular position.
Potential applicants wishing to register their interest for a position with Council should ensure they follow the below guidelines.
How to Apply
● Ensure you have read through both the advert and Position Description for the role, which outline the responsibilities of the role and the qualities that will be needed by applicants
● Ensure the resume and supporting documentation supplied outlines your suitability for the position and includes all of your relevant contact details including address, phone number and email address
● The preferred method of lodging applications is through our Online Application Form, which is linked at the bottom of each position currently advertised. Ensure you input your correct email address, as a response will be sent to this address to confirm receipt of your application.
● To ensure you have adequate knowledge of Council, it is recommended to view the following links which cover broad information including Council's Vision and Values which all employees are expected to adhere to: