Jobs in Victorian and Local Government
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|Date:||Wednesday 29 March 2017|
|Venue:||TD144, Hawthorn Campus|
Working for the Local and Victorian Government can provide many benefits to graduates – competitive salaries, flexible leave arrangements and work/life balance. Come along to hear from some professionals in the industry and get your questions answered.
Andrew Williams - Manager, Graduate Recruitment and Development Scheme Workforce Programs and Frameworks
Andrew works for the Victorian Public Sector Commission as the manager of the Graduate Recruitment and Development Scheme. The Scheme is used by all seven State Government departments plus a number of agencies such as Victoria Police and recruits between 80 and 100 graduates each year. Andrew commenced his career working in pubs before embarking on a career as a teacher which eventually lead him into the Victorian Public Service.
Geoff Pawsey - Manager, Workforce & Risk Management for Municipal Association of Victoria
Geoff Pawsey is the Manager Workforce & Risk Management at the Municipal Association of Victoria which is the peak body in Victoria for Local Government. Geoff has been involved with human resource management roles over a number of decades in both the private and public sectors and has held a number of senior management positions. In his current role he provides advice and support to councils across a diverse range of employment and risk management related matters.
Alison Standish - Municipal Association of Victoria
Contact Information: Centre for Career Development