We offer a diverse range of rewarding careers. We seek people with community-first values who want to make Brimbank an even better place to live and work.

  • Search our job listing site for the latest vacancies.

Working for Victoria, Working for Brimbank.

Unemployed Brimbank residents can apply for jobs with Brimbank City Council through the Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria program. To find out more here.

Designated or Identified Positions

A designated or identified position is where an employer specifies that a role is to be filled only by a person with a particular attribute. This includes an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant, a person with a disability, a person of a particular sex or a person of a particular age.

The Equal Opportunity Act 2010 makes it clear that designated or identified positions are classified as “special measures” which are allowed and are not discriminatory.

Designated or identified positions are designed to help eliminate inequalities for groups that may experience significant disadvantage when it comes to employment, such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, women and young people. These positions also benefit employers by allowing them to hire a person with particular skills and expertise, such as cultural knowledge.

For example, an organisation with very little Aboriginal representation amongst its workforce can advertise for and employ Aboriginal people to help address this diversity issue.

An employer may also seek a temporary exemption to allow for an identified position where a position created is for a person of a particular age, sex or a person with a disability and permanent exemptions do not apply.

Read more about Equal Opportunity Act 2010 Special measures.

Diversity and Inclusion

We embrace Brimbank’s diverse community in our workplace.

We encourage those from different backgrounds to apply, including

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people;
  • if you’re from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds;
  • people of any age, gender, and sexual orientation; and
  • people with disability.


If you have a disability, we’ll help make it easier for you to apply. We're a supportive workplace and will work to best support your needs.

If your disability means you need

  • information to be presented in an alternative format during recruitment; or
  • you need other help or modifications

please contact People and Performance on 9249 4000.

Hearing and Speech Impairment

We’re National Relay Service (NRS) friendly. If you have a hearing or speech impairment, call us through the National Relay Service.