Are you seeking a secure and exciting career opportunity in a vibrant workplace where your continued learning will be supported and where innovation is encouraged?

At Wannon Water we provide a variety of career opportunities for experienced professional, technical, mechanical, administrative and operational practitioners, as well as graduate opportunities.

Like to know more about Wannon Water and our vision for going 'Beyond Water for Strong Communities'? Watch our corporate video below. 

We are also passionate about people - the people we employ, the people who depend on our products and services, and the people who make up the communities of south-west Victoria.

Wannon Water embraces all forms of diversity and promotes family friendly working hours and leave arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve.

We feature a mix of age groups and cultural diversity, programs to recognise and showcase great work and initiative, and a raft of professional development opportunities, making working at Wannon Water a great lifestyle choice.

We want to work with the wider community and commit to making gender equity a business and cultural norm. It’s simply the right thing to do.



Wannon Water is now accredited with Work 180, an international jobs network that connects employers with talented women.

Accredited companies support diversity, inclusion and equality. Work 180 assesses employers on the range of benefits and conditions they offer, such as paid parental leave, pay equity and flexible work arrangements.

The network enables increased engagement between organisations and people who share similar values by combining traditional recruitment techniques with proactive initiatives.

Wannon Water employees are recruited based on merit and equity as part of the application assessment and appointment process.

To learn more about Work180 click here.

Watch our International Women's Day video below and find out why Wannon Water believes gender equity is important.

Learn more about working at Wannon Water by reading our Why Work at Wannon Water? flyer, or read some of our employees' experiences across different disciplines in the following career flyers:

Also visit Great South Coast for details on living and working in our wonderful part of the world.

Current vacancies


A vacancy currently exists within Wannon Water’s Monitoring and Reporting team for the position of Technical Officer.

The applicant will be required to prepare monthly reports in a timely, accurate and user friendly manner, develop and maintain manuals that require technical language describing water and sewerage facilities and the processes to operate these facilities.

Critical to this role is the ability to communicate at all levels and to gather information from different sources and present the information in a clear and concise way. Applicants will be proficient with software including Microsoft Office along with a practical knowledge of quality management systems and the ability to develop documentation within a quality framework. Applicants must be organised and willing to travel to water and sewerage facilities across Wannon Water’s service district.

An appreciation of the process and risks associated with the provision of water and sewer services would be beneficial.

This position has a salary range of $63,487 to $73,612 p.a plus 9.5% superannuation depending on qualifications and experience.

Hours for this position are Monday to Friday 8.15am to 5.00pm with a forty-five minute meal break. Flexibility in working hours to meet family commitments may be considered for the successful applicant.

Specific enquiries regarding the position should be directed to Mr. Luke Dunlop, Manager Monitoring and Reporting (03) 5565 6781

A position description for this role is available here

All applications should be submitted via email to: peopleandwellbeing@wannonwater.com.au

Applications close: Sunday 31 March 2019

Wannon Water embraces all forms of diversity and promotes family friendly working hours and leave arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve.



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