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Wimmera CMA

Street Address:
24 Darlot Street, Horsham, 3400
(enter via Gleed St)

Postal Address:
PO Box 479, Horsham, VIC, 3402
Phone: (03) 5382 1544
Fax: (03) 5382 6076
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8:30 - 5:00pm
(excluding Public Holidays and Christmas - New Year Closure.  Office may also be closed for short periods Monday mornings)


We are hiring: Working for Victoria

Jul 29, 2020


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WCMA-Crews-360x253WebJoin new work crew

Wimmera CMA is recruiting for 20 new positions as part of the State Government's Working for Victoria program.

As part of the Wimmera program which is already underway, new crew members will be employed for six months to undertake a range of community, environmental and agricultural works that improve the regional landscape. 

TIPS for applicants

  1. The first thing you do is create a profile.
  2. This is your professional profile that employers will see when you apply for jobs. Include as much detail about your skills and experience as possible.
  3. The link to getting started is HERE. 
  4. Applications close August 7, 2020.

First work crew already at work

The Working for Victoria program is providing important employment opportunities to local community members impacted by coronavirus.

Wimmera CMA is already employing 21 people through the program. Since the first crew started in late June they have helped Wimmera CMA, Landcare and community groups plant over 40,000 trees long waterways and other priority areas.

Wimmera CMA chief executive David Brennan said the program had been critically important for the CMA's annual revegetation projects.

"Many of the trees that these crews have planted were destined for community planting events that usually occur in July, which have been cancelled this year," he said.

So far the Working for Victoria program in the Wimmera has attracted participants with varied backgrounds including mining, natural resource management, hospitality and casual workers.

Wimmera CMA is also in discussions with the agricultural industry to address employment gaps due to shortages of labour that is usually supplied by overseas backpackers.