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Work for Waikato District Council

Our staff enjoy a work/life balance where they can enjoy surfing the left-hand break in Raglan or a run up the Hakarimata Summit during lunch or after work.

With no traffic or parking issues, your journey to and from work is stress free.

When you join our team at Waikato District Council you will find a welcoming and inclusive workplace that will support, challenge and encourage you to stay continually ahead of the game.

What we do has the ability to transform and grow the Waikato as well as your career. Join our team!

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If you would like to speak to a member of our HR team please phone 0800 492 452. 

Waikato-Tainui & Waikato District Council Waikato River Scholarship

This scholarship is for those who are undertaking tertiary study (undergraduate & graduate) in disciplines that may contribute to the health and wellbeing of our tupuna awa, Waikato.  

Discipline areas include planning, resource management, environmental science, ecology studies and/or engineering. Awarded bi-annually, preference for this scholarship will be given to registered iwi members who affiliate to one of the 39 marae within the Waikato District Council area and/or reside within this area.

Applications open 1 December 2017 and close 31 March 2018.

Go to www.waikatotainui.com to apply!

Waikato District Council Cadetships

Waikato District Council has partnered with Wintec to create employment opportunities for civil engineering students and develop highly-skilled and well-rounded staff members.

The cadetship scheme is open to Wintec students studying the civil elements of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering and the Bachelor of Engineering Technology courses.

Under the scheme, students will work and study part-time for two years before completing one year of bonded employment with Waikato District Council.

Successful cadets will be placed in various teams within Council including roading, waters, parks and facilities, land development, and programme delivery.

As well as gaining practical civil engineering operational experience, they will learn skills in project management, managing budgets, ethics and contract management.

Cadets will also be supported by mentors throughout the programme.

Waikato District Council will be paying successful applicants a salary during the cadetships, as well as funding course fees.

Applications have now closed. If you are interested in applying next year, register your interest using the link below.

Register your interest

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