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City West Water


A rewarding career + real work life balance = City West Water

Working at City West Water

At City West Water we understand that in order to realise our ambition of being a culture oriented towards achievement, with an expectation of high performance, we need to ensure all our leaders are equipped with the right skills, knowledge and behaviours.

In support of this City West Water employees have access to learning and development opportunities both on the job and via formal training including technical, role specific and leadership development programs.

Our vision is to be an exceptional service provider that puts customers first and benefits the community by putting them at the heart of what we do.

We employ over 450 people from a diverse range of professional backgrounds to help us achieve this and we provide a workplace that encourages our people to be:

  • Agile - responsive to customer needs and a changing world.
  • Diverse - reflect the community we serve.
  • Trusted - make evidence-driven judgments, exercised with integrity.

Visit our current opportunities page to see what roles we are recruiting.

For any recruitment enquiries please email us:

Looking for a change? Discover the benefits of working for City West Water.

We work hard to make sure our employees can enjoy all of the benefits of working at City West Water. From increased work life balance programs to putting your wellbeing at the top of our priority list, discover the benefits on offer to our employees.

Our recruitment process

Once you have applied we will review your application for suitability against the position’s criteria. If your skills and experience match what we’re looking for, we will contact you by phone or email.
Shortlisted Candidates will be invited to an interview. This could be at an assessment centre, a behavioural telephone interview or one or more face-to-face interviews. You may be asked to bring along proof of identity, credentials and eligibility to work in Australia.
You will be asked to complete a psychometric assessment, which includes testing for verbal, numerical, abstract and job fit.
Professional employment reference checks will be conducted with two current referees that you have reported to in recent roles. Depending on the type of role, we may complete a police check.
A verbal offer is made, followed by an email confirmation with your employment contract and all relevant paperwork.
You are welcomed on board. During the first few weeks there will be a lot to learn. You will work closely with team members to understand your job role and to acquire the essential knowledge.

Diversity and inclusion strategy 2016-2020

This strategy articulates our commitment to diversity and outlines the ways in which we will work towards our objectives.

Now, we commit to move beyond compliance. To shift the focus of our work environment from one that simple understands and accepts diversity, to one that proactively champions it. To embed inclusive processes into all aspects of our business with a view to creating a workforce that mirrors the wonderfully diverse community we serve.

Visit our Diversity and Inclusion page to download the strategy.


Celebrating diversity on International Women's Day

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