Horsham Rural City Council are offering 28 new jobs through the Working for Victoria fund for people who have lost jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chief executive officer Sunil Bhalla said the $500 million Victorian Government initiative was matching people that had lost their jobs with employers who need additional staff.
"We are really pleased to take part in Working for Victoria and looking forward to welcoming our 28 new employees on board," Mr Bhalla said.
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The council will offer roles on six-month terms in the following jobs: Waste management, cleaners, outdoor workers, regional livestock exchange worker, outdoor maintenance staff , human resources support officer, occupational health and safety officer, recreation and open space support officer, community safety officer, community safety unit administration support, facilities maintenance, media and communications officer and mechanic.
"If you're looking for a job, we want to hear from you," Mr Bhalla said.
"Please visit the Horsham Rural City Council website, where we have set up a page to outline our vacancies and to explain how you can connect with these opportunities or learn more about the Working for Victoria program."
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