Employment in Frankston Municipality
There are a vast range of local employment and educational opportunities available to our local community. Frankston City Council's Economic Development Unit participate in a number of events throughout the year to improve the transition of individuals into further educational opportunities or employment.
Frankston City Council also seeks to increase the awareness of the great diversity of jobs and career opportunities that are available at Council. As one of the municipalities largest employers, Council seeks to provide information on the qualifications required (be it formal training or on the job training) and the career advancement opportunities available.
Careers and Volunteering at Frankston City Council
Council employs a range of skilled staff and supports a safe, inclusive and diverse working environment.
JobSearch - Australian Government
JobSearch is a FREE job search engine provided for by the Australian Government with the aim of providing service which can assist job seekers into employment and connect employers with quality staff.
Job Matching Service
Businesses in Frankston City have FREE access to Council's job matching service. Use it to fill your next staff vacancy.
Through a database of over 4500 students, we will match your businesses staffing requirements to students that have studied the in the appropriate field and level.
Students range from secondary through to post-graduate level. This means that any job can be promoted, from casual to full-time professional positions.
"We recently promoted casual positions using Council's job matching service and received over 40 applications within an hour"
Rachael - Manager at Cold Rock Ice Creamery, Frankston.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
PO Box 490
P. 1300 322 322
F. 03 9784 1094
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