Why work for Icon Water
Icon Water is responsible for the safe and reliable supply of water and sewerage services in the ACT. We offer employment opportunities across many trades and professions.
Our great employee benefits are just one way we show appreciation for our staff.
Work-life balance – flexible working arrangements and complimentary social events for the employee and their family.
Attractive pay – competitive pay rates and income protection insurance; providing employees with regular and ongoing income benefits in the event of long term injury or illness.
Health and wellbeing – individual health assessment, fully subsidised gym memberships, coaching consultations, health forums.
Staff rewards scheme – recognising, valuing and rewarding excellences in the workplace. Rewards can include store vouchers, flights and holiday packages.
Study assistance scheme – study and financial assistance allowing employees to engage in approved studies relating to their current profession.
Salary sacrifice – 48/52 scheme, novated vehicles, Qantas Club and complying superannuation funds.
About our ethics
Icon Water is an Equal Opportunity Employer who values diversity and inclusion. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and all ages. We also have a strong focus on gender balance within the organisation and encourage women to apply.
Icon Water is also committed to maintaining high levels of operational health and safety within our workforce and community.
The selection of a new employee is based on the relative abilities of the applicant to perform the duties of the job, this includes:
- personal qualities and
- the potential to develop them.
We ensure every job vacancy is a fair and open competition by providing the same selection criteria and information about the selection process to all applicants.
Our decisions to hire are made without discrimination and in keeping with the ACT Discrimination Act 1991.