First listed on: 17 January 2020



Join our talented and enthusiastic Assets Department based in the coastal City of Warrnambool where work-life balance is genuinely achievable.

The role

This Planning and Development position will play a key role in helping us plan our water resources and water and sewerage systems to support a healthy environment, a thriving economy and strong communities across south-west Victoria.

This role provides an opportunity to make the most of your talents, broaden your experience and take on rewarding challenges.

A degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or a relevant tertiary qualification together with extensive experience would be highly regarded.

This opportunity would also be well suited for a graduate student to join the water industry and gain experience, enjoy professional development opportunities and be mentored by highly skilled professionals in a supportive environment.

Your skills

  • Experience in water resource planning both supply and demand projections. Surface water and groundwater sources would be highly regarded
  • High levels of motivation and a ‘can-do’ attitude
  • The ability to work effectively, both independently and as part of a team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Experience in water and sewerage system planning, design and construction would be highly regarded


Salary range will be dependent upon experience, skills and qualifications.

About us

Wannon Water is Victoria’s second largest regional urban water corporation by area, serving a total population of 100,000-plus.

We embrace all forms of diversity and promote family-friendly working hours, flexibility and leave arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve.

Our region

Our region’s highlights include the diverse landscapes of the spectacular Great Ocean Road with its fantastic beaches and surf, the majestic Grampians, and the world heritage-listed Budj Bim Cultural Landscape.

You’ll enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and clean air in the friendly regional centres, historic villages and rural escapes. Affordable housing, a great food culture, and quality educational, healthcare, recreational and cultural facilities are just some of the reasons to join us here.


Read more in the position description on our website

Contact our Branch Manager of Asset Planning, Peter Wilson 03 5565 6633 if you have any enquiries.

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Applications close: Sunday 2 February 2020



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