About Us

Wyndham is an exciting place to work, where our staff are given the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of our community.  At Wyndham our staff are provided with an opportunity to be proud of their work – where work is not just a job, but a career.

Wyndham is one of Australia’s fastest growing municipalities. Located in the western growth corridor and is planning on welcoming over 200,000 new residents by 2040. Our people are hard at work designing the precincts, building the infrastructure, developing the policies and delivering the programs that will ensure the City is prepared for our exciting future.

As an organisation, we are exceptionally proud of our commitment to continuous improvement, as demonstrated through a series of future-focused projects and organisational innovation. We have a strong commitment to staff development, providing our people with the training and development required for them to achieve their career goals and aspirations.

Our people are our most valued asset. We are focused on building a culture that empowers every person to do their best work. Flexibility is built right into our DNA and we are committed to cultivating an inclusive workplace that celebrates a skilled and diverse workforce.

Not your typical Council, Wyndham City is spearheading a range of City-shaping and innovative projects to improve liveability for our residents, and to attract visitors. Examples of this include our partnership with the Western Melbourne Group, as we work together to build a 15,000-seat stadium and sporting precinct in Tarneit, home to the A-League’s newest soccer team Western United FC – as well as a range of public-private partnerships with developers to rejuvenate the Werribee City Centre. To support the delivery of these ‘game changing’ projects, our project management office is working in partnership with the greater organisation to provide advice and guidance on best practice project management and ensure that we deliver our ambitious program on time and within budget.

Recently adopting a Climate Futures Office, Council is also elevating its role to make the City a cleaner, greener and prosperous place for future generations. Taking the economic and environmental futures into consideration for our City. Further to this, another addition to our organisation is our Social and Economic Inclusion department. Partnering with local industry to drive and enable economic participation and inclusive employment across businesses within Wyndham.

So, are you ready to be part of something more?


Wyndham City Vision, Mission and Values


Diverse People, One Community, Our Future


We strive to serve the best interests of the Wyndham community by providing quality services; managing growth; and supporting residents to lead healthy, safe, vibrant and productive lives, while protecting our local environment.


People are the centre of what we do.   When we talk about “people” we are referring to everyone that lives, visits, works, and plays in Wyndham.  We value teamwork and the relationships, and we chose to communicate openly and respectfully.

We embrace new ideas and better ways of working.  As a growth council it’s important that we continue to support others to growth and improve.  We will act with curiosity and ask questions.

We are accountable to each other and the community.  We will act with integrity, share our knowledge with others to achieve positive outcomes.

We create a safe and inclusive workplace.  We recognise that diversity and differences can make us stronger.

Our Wyndham, Towards 2040

Our Wyndham, Towards 2040, together with the City Plan, drive the organisation to secure Wyndham’s prosperity, sustainability and liveability into the future.

Our Wyndham, Towards 2040 commits us to being an organisation that is agile, innovative, contemporary, customer focused and efficient as well as successful in meeting the growing and emerging needs and aspirations of the community.

Our Wyndham, Towards 2040 Community First Vision

Working in partnership with Councillors to ensure Wyndham is an organisation that inspires confidence, is community focussed, innovative, responsive to the diverse needs of our community and a place that our residents and businesses are proud to call home.

Community First

At Wyndham City we put our community first. ‘Community First’ is a mindset that we bring to everything we do. It encourages us to look through the eyes of community and work collaboratively across the organisation and with our community.

Our Community First approach aims to strengthen our focus on delivering on the community’s Vision; Wyndham 2040 which focuses on:

  • People and Community
  • Places and Spaces
  • Earning and Learning
  • Leading and Participation

Diversity and Inclusion

Our Understanding

What is diversity without inclusion?

Wyndham City has a broad range of careers and opportunities for our community. We are proud of the talented, engaged and diverse people that make up our organisation. We are all committed to be an inclusive employer of choice, welcoming and encouraging all staff to be themselves.

The importance of diversity at Wyndham is strongly recognised, enabling our inclusive culture to continue to grow and strengthen. We see diversity as a strength, and that inclusion fosters creativity and innovation, and results in high-quality service outcomes for our community.

We are a diverse municipality and understanding the many different interests of our community is critical to our engagement and success.

Being part of Wyndham is being part of an organisation that respects each other.

Our Commitments

Wyndham City has several strategies and commitments in place to support our inclusive culture. We recognise the diverse interests, aspirations and needs of all our staff and potential future staff. Supporting workplace flexibility to ensure that work life balance is a reality afforded to all.

We are committed to the health and wellbeing of our staff, supporting this with a broad suite of programs available to staff. Recently, we have updated our Enterprise Bargaining Agreement to include three yearly wellbeing days, giving the opportunity to take time off outside of standard annual leave.

We are committed to engaging with our staff, hearing how we are progressing in our inclusion journey. We offer a range of staff groups that meet regularly to reflect, connect and develop strategies and activities. 

As an organisation, we are extremely proud of our staff development, providing training and supporting acting opportunities to support the development of our people. Further to this, our Bright Futures program aims to provide opportunities to all people within our organisation, ranging from apprenticeships and graduate programs through to year-10 work experience. (link to pathways)

We encourage staff to be champions of equity and inclusion, as inclusion is built on the actions of us all.

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