At Westernport Water, we know we are only as good as our people, so we create an environment where people are enabled to be the best they can be. What we give our people is more than a job – here you will make a difference to the local community, and as a result we foster wholehearted careers.

We might be the smallest Water Corporation in Victoria, but that doesn’t mean we’re short of opportunity. By understanding our future needs, we can plan ahead to recruit the right people with the right skills, so that our service delivery is always first class.

We take pride in making a conscious effort to create jobs for the next generation in the Water industry. With VCAL placements, University placements, Scholarships and Traineeships, there’s always a way in.

We offer a range of professional positions in the fields of science, accounting, customer service, engineering, financial management, human resources, information technology, marketing, communications and more. We are lucky to be able to work with such a diverse range of talented employees every day.

If this sounds like the organisation for you, don’t keep fishing. Take a look through this section of the site to explore the exciting career paths that await you at Westernport Water.

Our people

Our people

We’ve created a culture where our people are valued for their qualities and achievements, and inspired to perform at their very best.

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Great place to work

With new leadership, a new culture and new values, we are leading the way as a great place to work in the Bass Coast region.

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Your new and exciting career in water is just around the corner! See what vacancies are on offer today.

Career programs

Career programs

With the growing need to build skills in water industry operations, we offer placements and university programs

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as First Nations People and that the land, sea and water are of spiritual, cultural and economic importance. We recognise that we provide services on the traditional lands of the Bunurong Peoples of the Kulin Nation. The Bunurong Peoples have managed the resources on Millowl for thousands of years. We acknowledge them and their continued connection to this place, as we go about managing the water resources today.