Kingborough Council is one of the largest employers in the municipality, and a career with us is a rewarding and exciting prospect.
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To make Kingborough a great place to live
Accountability, respect, excellence and inclusiveness
We have a wide range of jobs and pride ourselves on providing a vibrant, diverse and safe environment for our employees. We have a great team of people and invite you to join us.
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This street in Snug had just been laid with a recycled road and is one of the many exciting projects this Council has completed recently.
Kingborough is home to one of the longest coastlines in the state, which stretches a stunning and unique 336 kilometres.
Among the diverse local industries are fish processing, aquaculture, tourism, viticulture, boat building and civil engineering. The municipality is proud to host the headquarters of the Australian Antarctic Division. We have a population of approximately 37,000 people, and is one of the fastest growing in the state. The blend of extensive modern facilities and access to natural beauty constantly attracts new residents to the area.
Kingborough is essentially residential in nature offering a variety of living opportunities. Modern development and rapid expansion has brought housing estates, new industries, schools, sporting and recreational facilities, service clubs and shopping centres. Kingston is the major commercial, retail and administrative centre for the municipality. Other towns include Taroona, Blackmans Bay, Margate, Snug, Kettering, Woodbridge, Middleton and Alonnah at Bruny Island.
Kingborough Council operates from the Civic Centre at 15 Channel Highway, Kingston. It also has a Service Centre at Alonnah on Bruny Island and a Works Depot at Kingston. The municipality comprises over 16,000 rateable properties and the Council has an estimated consolidated income of approximately $35 million.
Council employs around 220 staff in managing and delivering a wide range of services including planning and development, infrastructure services, environmental services and community services. Facilities managed by the Council include a multi-complex sports centre, waste management facilities, a new Kingborough Community Hub, as well as an extensive network of sporting grounds and local halls.