Located just 40 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, Ipswich is Queensland's oldest provincial city, and blends a rich heritage with the energy of being the hub of today's growth region in South East Queensland.
Ipswich City Council is in a region which is a catalyst for growth and change in SEQ. With its population set to grow to over 520 000 by 2041, new jobs and quality lifestyle are key drivers for Ipswich's rapid expansion.
Ipswich City Council currently employs more than 1200 people. Council teams are spread across a range of industries delivering a wide range of services to the community.
If you are seeking a career or work experience opportunity in an organization that offers flexibility, challenging and rewarding jobs and advancement, consider joining Ipswich City Council's team and contributing to the development of a prosperous and exciting future for the city.
To view current vacant positions visit Careers@Ipswich website:
Ipswich City Council has implemented an online recruitment system which allows candidates to apply for jobs online using a range of electronic and mobile devices.
To apply for vacancies go to Careers@Ipswich and use the search options to view currently advertised positions, or click on “Search All” to see all current vacancies.
To register for Job Alerts, select one or more Job Functions and click on “Save this Search” then follow the prompts to indicate whether you would like to receive alerts daily, weekly or every two weeks.
Ipswich City Council provides excellent working conditions for employees including the following entitlements:
Are you currently studying and need to gain experience in the workforce? Ipswich City Council recognises the importance of providing meaningful work experience to students of educational institutions such as high schools, universities and other recognised courses of study.
The objective of work experience is to enable participants to gain an understanding of the particular occupational area in which they are placed and to gain experience being part of a large and diverse organisation. Council is committed to supporting as many placements as possible.
Applications can be made in a wide range of professional, technical, administrative, outdoor and trade areas. However, due to operational requirements and sometimes high demand for placements, not all requests can be accepted. In the event that Council receives more work experience requests than can be placed, preference will be given to those schools and institutions within the Ipswich Council area and to students residing within the area.
All work experience placements are unpaid and must be covered by public liability insurance (covered by the relevant high school, University, TAFE or participating organisation).
To request a work experience placement:
Please note: if you are accepted for a placement, it is your responsibility to submit your insurance paperwork prior to the placement. Without this documentation, your placement cannot proceed. Council staff will not be available to chase up your paperwork.
For further information regarding work experience with Ipswich City Council, speak to our friendly Call Centre staff on (07) 3810 6666.
If you are not currently studying, you may be interested in Council’s Volunteer Program.