Great People. Great Place.
Greater Dandenong City Council

Our Expectations

We have high expectations of our staff .  If you work here, you will be expected to work to the best of your ability at all times. 

Customer service excellence is taken seriously.  We consistently rank as the top performing Outer Metropolitan Council in the annual Community Satisfaction Survey results and this is credit to the customer service ethos of our staff.

Working in Local Government, you must be willing to commit to the proper use of public resources.  Every employee agrees to work within Council's Code of Conduct which sets out how we are expected to behave and operate.  Breaches of the Code are likely to result in disciplinary action.

We will not tolerate any form of workplace discrimination, harassment or bullying.  We have comprehensive policies and procedures in place to support this commitment.  Equal Opportunity and Diversity training is a mandatory induction module for all new staff and refresher training is carried out every two years. 

The City of Greater Dandenong was the first Council in Victoria to integrate the Victorian Charter of Human Rights into its workplace policy.  The Human Rights Charter places greater emphasis on rights, respect, dignity and responsibility and we are fully committed to implementing best practice workplace initiatives which honour the intent of the Charter.   

Want to know more?.... (links will open in a new window)

Staff Code of Conduct [will open in a new browser]
Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission [willl open in a new browser]


Did you know?

92% of employees feel committed to the organisation.

90% of employees are satisfied working for Greater Dandenong


*source: 2015 Employee Engagement Survey