How Hunter Council jobs are getting better
Hunter Council’s jobs report revealed a steady rise in job opportunities over the past two years.
More than 3,000 jobs were created in the Hunter Councils employment services area over the last year, with the average job created being a manager, secretary, supervisor, or other administrative staff position.
This was up by more than 80 per cent on the previous year, which saw only around 1,400 jobs created.
The number of Hunter Council employees has also increased over the same period, from 3,913 in the year to September to 4,732 in September 2019.
Hunter Council has a total workforce of more than 2,000 people, which is a big increase on the Hunter council of 12,000 in the previous financial year.
In 2018, Hunter Council had a workforce of around 1.4 million.
It is important to note that the Hunter Corporation’s annual report released in October 2018 shows that the number of staff and volunteers employed in Hunter Council services has been stable over the previous 12 months, while the Hunter councils workforce has decreased by 2.6 per cent.
With the Hunter corporation employing more people than ever before, the need for staff and staff volunteers to stay on top of employment trends will increase in the future.
There are now more Hunter Council workers employed in jobs that have previously been open to people without a qualification.
According to the Hunter City Council’s website, Hunter council services have been responsible for delivering a range of services including emergency services, fire service, social services, and the health service.
Over the past 12 months Hunter Council has increased the number and type of services it offers, and it is also providing additional services for those with disabilities.
However, there are still many Hunter Council staff who do not have a qualification or skills that could benefit from the Hunter government’s support.
For example, the Hunter Government’s social services manager, Karen Jones, has a degree in nursing, which would not be able to be utilised in a job with a high-profile organisation.
Another Hunter Council employee, who works in social services and is currently receiving training to provide health services for the homeless, said she could not find a position where she would be able the help people who need it most.
She added: “We have to take care of the people who live on the streets.
The only thing I can do is help people in need.
I would love to be able, but I do not know where I would be if I had to take on that role.”
A Hunter Council spokesperson said: “Hunter Council is proud of our recent record of job creation and job opportunities, with more than 30,000 Hunter Council positions created, more than 25,000 job opportunities created, and over 300,000 social welfare staff and volunteer roles created over the first six months of 2018.”
The Hunter Council remains committed to the best interest of its workforce and people, and will continue to work with the Hunter community to deliver a positive workforce environment for everyone in the community.
“Hunter Council welcomes all applicants to our workforce and job creation program, including those who have had qualifications or experience with the profession.”
Employers should be looking for people with the right skills, experience and qualifications to support the Hunter and regional economy, and we encourage anyone looking for a job in the service sector to contact our employment services team on 1800 556 476.