Work with us
If you value courage, care and integrity in work and play, we're off to a great start.
At Melbourne Water, we're spirited and passionate: we care about water, and all life that springs from it. Together, we’re working to enhance liveability through careful management of Melbourne’s most precious resource.
We've been acknowledged in the influential 2019 AFR BOSS Most Innovative Companies list, published by the Australian Financial Review and Boss Magazine.
Become one of us
We welcome applications from everyone, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Discover our:
- employee discounts
- 'Bring your dog to work' program
- social club
- Employee Assistance Program
- wellbeing program and allowance.
Read stories about our people to get a feel for who we are.
We walk the talk when it comes to flexible working – but that’s not all. We support our people to achieve their potential by providing the freedom and flexibility to learn, explore and be true to their passion. Ask about:
- purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part-time work and 9-day fortnights
- higher duties allowance
- study support
- training and development programs.
Make an impact
Do truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We foster innovative and sustainable work practices.
Find out about our employee benefits that will make your experience at Melbourne Water rewarding, both personally and professionally, including:
- workplace giving
- corporate volunteering
- community events.
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Kawaii! Our Studio Manager/Graphic Designer, Campbell, brought Bento into our Docklands office for the first time recently and safe to say we're pretty excited to have him as the newest (and smallest) member of our 'Bring Your Dog to Work' program. Did you know simply patting a dog can increase levels of the stress-reducing hormone oxytocin and decrease production of the stress hormone cortisol? #DogsOfMelbourneWater #Konichihuahua