Positions Vacant

George Town Council offers employment in a diverse range of areas from Parks/Gardens, Work Crews, Building Surveying, Town Planning, Community Services, Finance, Administration, to name just a few. This diversity means there’s a job to suit just about everyone’s personal tastes!


Current Employment Vacancies & EOI's:


Municipal Employee

The purpose of the position is to assist with the maintenance and construction of all Council infrastructure including but not limited to parks and reserves, stormwater, road network, council buildings, and waste management.

Applications should be submitted no later than 5:00pm on Monday 17 June 2024. Enquiries should be made to Executive Officer – People & Culture, on 03 6382 8800, or jobs@georgetown.tas.gov.au



Executive Assistant - Organisational, Performance, Strategy and Engagement 

The Executive Assistant works closely with the Director and team members within the directorate, to achieve its strategic objectives by providing reliable and confidential administrative support to the Director and directorate leaders.

The Executive Assistant provides customer-focused administrative support to allow the Director to utilise time in the most effective and efficient manner. The position may represent the Director in interactions with staff and stakeholders.  The role will require a broad knowledge of the Directorate and the wider organisation, to assist the Director in problem-solving and providing input into policy and process development.

Any queries please contact our Executive Officer – People & Culture on 03 6382 8800 or jobs@georgetown.tas.gov.au.


 Download Positions Description HERE 



Expressions of Interest:

Art Exhibitions  

George Town Council invites interested artists and arts groups to register to Council to participate in an overall calendar of exhibits for the Watch House Gallery and the Jim Mooney Gallery in George Town, Tasmania. The George Town Council aims to promote visual arts and to offer the galleries as an open space to exhibit for visual artists at all stages of their careers who are interested in displaying their artwork to share with the community and tourists in George Town.

Council aims to establish a calendar of exhibits for the coming 24 months to align with specific art and culture projects or a community or cultural event.

If you are interested, submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) cover letter along with the portfolio of the artwork to council@georgetown.tas.gov.au



EOI – Art Facilitators and Art Teachers 

Register now for future art and culture projects and community events in George Town Municipality.

The George Town Council is looking for Expressions of Interest for art teachers and art facilitators interested in delivering art workshops in the different facilities and spaces in George Town municipality to different population groups such as:

  • Children and young people.
  • Families.
  • Community in general.

The invitation is open to all art disciplines: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramic, writing, films, photography, music, choir, dance, theatre and others disciplines.

You must have proven previous experience, valid Working with Vulnerable People card and Public Liability Insurance.

We aim to collect a range of applicant details that will be drawn on over the next 24 months according to a specific art and culture project or a community event.

If you are interested in submitting an EOI send your CV, share your website and social media – if it is the case-  and the workshop proposal to council@georgetown.tas.gov.au



Artists and Designers

Register now for future public art projects in the George Town Municipality

The George Town Council has a range of projects and is seeking to implement across the municipality. We would like to utilise the skills and experience of local artists who know the region well and have an attachment to, or affiliation with, our community and environment.

Some examples of the projects that are being consided include a whole of region art trail, street art including themed micro projects, sculptures, murals, 3D interactive paintings, notice boards, bespoke commissions such as recreational furniture, mosaics, carvings, topiary, painted bollards and so much more.

If you are a suitably qualified and inspired artist, an arts collectives or public art design team located within or associated with the George Town broader community with artistic ideas for the community and the demonstratable skills to deliver a project, we would love to hear from you!

We aim to collect a range of applicant details that will be drawn on over the next 24 months according to the specific project.

For further information please contact Council on council@georgetown.tas.gov.au








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