The City of Marion offer a number of traineeship opportunities through the Inclusive Traineeship Program. An initiative developed to foster a diverse, inclusive and multi-skilled workforce to support our approach to workforce planning. It enables us to bring younger people and those with diverse backgrounds into Council to ensure diversity in our age and cultural demographics. This is a critical area of our workforce planning to innovate and be proactive as generally our sector has an ageing workforce. Our program differs to other traineeship programs by targeting three key diversity areas, which align with our Diversity and Inclusion Plan:
It provides people with diverse backgrounds with employment pathways and has developed our reputation for making a difference to the lives of Aboriginal Australians, people with disabilities and people from CALD backgrounds, their families and the community.
Trainees undertake meaningful work within different areas of Council and have the opportunity to contribute to making a difference within our Community.
The program provides work experience, develops confidence and key skills in younger people, people with a disability, Aboriginal and new arrival communities and provides an opportunity for participants to leverage their career aspirations.
After the success of the initial year trial, the program was endorsed by Council to run for a further three years, to June 2022.
We currently have an opportunity for an Aboriginal trainee to join our team.
For more information and to apply please visit our recruitment partner Maxima's website via the link below.
Watch the video below to hear from our previous Aboriginal trainee, Maddi.
Marion Council has been honoured in our industry awards.
Local Government Professionals SA has awarded us an Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award for our inclusive traineeship program.
The program provides employment for people from diverse backgrounds, helping make a difference in the lives of Aboriginal Australians, people with disabilities, and those from culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
We are proud to accept the award and the role we play in our community.
All other traineeship positions are currently filled and will be listed here when available. For more information please contact Unit Manager People and Culture, Rachel Read.