What Is Liverpool City Council’s Work Experience Program?
This program provides a valuable experience for participants who are seeking opportunities to gain experience in various occupations, or are required to complete a specified number of placement hours in order to gain a qualification.
The placement provides participants with a learning experience using various techniques, where appropriate, including observation, training or skill development.
Insurance coverage is required for all students who are required to complete a specified number of hours in a placement in order to gain a qualification. This includes all High School, TAFE, College and University students.
Your educational institution will provide you with the appropriate insurance documentation, and you will need to attach this as part of the online application process.
If your request for work experience is not course related, you will be covered under Council’s insurance policy.
As the demand for work experience with Liverpool City council is high, we recommend that you also apply for work experience at other companies and organisations.
|Term||Term Dates||Application Closing Date|
|1||30 January – 13 April 2018||3 December 2017 (CLOSED)|
|2||1 May – 6 July 2018||25 March 2018 (CLOSED)|
|3||24 July – 28 September 2018||17 June 2018 (CLOSED)|
|4||15 October – 19 December 2018||2 September 2018 (CLOSED)|
|Semester||Term Dates||Application Closing Date|
|1||29 January – 29 June 2018||3 December 2017 (CLOSED)|
|2||2 July - 21 December 2018||17 June 2018 (CLOSED)|
All applications are required to be lodged using the online form at the bottom of this page.
When completing the form, ensure you complete all sections.
- Select the Term.
- Specify your dates for the Work Experience to take place in.
- Select one (1) department for your Work Experience.
- Select one (1) area of interest for your Work Experience
- Attach your current CV
- Provide us with a brief explanation as to the specific experience like to achieve.
Due to the requirements for successful and meaningful Internships, we are only able to accommodate a limited number per semester.
These applications are assessed twice a year, and preference is given to firstly fourth (4) year students, then secondly, third (3) year students.
Please ensure you complete all sections of the online form (see form below).
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is a cultural facility of the Liverpool City Council on the banks of the Georges River. We have a busy schedule of exhibitions, performances, festivals, screenings, theatre and events across six galleries, two theatres and a large main hall.
We also have Bellbird Dining & Bar, open for breakfast, brunches and lunches seven days a week, with dinner available as well for selected evening events.
There are kids and artist’s studios, a ceramics studio, a small outdoor amphitheatre and a self-contained three-bedroom apartment for artists-in-residence.
The centre is a set on 20 hectares of parkland, with ample free car parking and Casula Railway Station next door, making getting there and home again easy. We are open seven days a week, except for Public Holidays and the Xmas-New Year period.
At the end of the closing date for your requested term, the applications are collated, and forwarded to the Department Managers for their consideration.
During the assessment process, you may be contacted by a Manager to clarify information that you have provided.
Once they have assessed your application, you will be notified of the outcome via email.
For any further information relating to work experience and internships at Liverpool City Council, please contact Liverpool City Council on 1300 36 2170 or email@example.com.
Work Experience Applications are assessed on a quarterly basis.
Engineer Volunteer Internships are assessed on a half yearly basis.
Applications received past the closing dates will not be considered.