The Department works in partnership with state departments and agencies, local government, the community and industry stakeholders to deliver sustainable growth in the areas of planning, local government and the environment.
Our key functions include:
Rob Stokes, Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, explains why he's urging more people to consider a career in planning.
Students can find out more about careers in planning and building certification at the Western Sydney Careers Expo.
We offer employees interesting, challenging and rewarding work, as well as a unique employment experience that is centred on career progression, learning and development and flexibility.
Our employees have excellent career opportunities and access to NSW public sector working conditions, which include:
We believe a diverse and inclusive workforce contributes to the success of our business and reflects the communities we serve.
We recognise flexible working as a great enabler of diversity and inclusion and encourage our people to discuss options with their managers to help support their personal and professional goals.
We support gender equality and the Premier's Priority of increasing the proportion of women in senior leadership roles from 33 percent to 50 per cent by 2025.
We advertise all current ongoing employment on I Work For NSW.
For more information about a specific job that you are applying for, contact the enquiry person listed in the advertisement. For help in submitting an online application, check the 'Frequently Asked Technical Questions' on the I Work For NSW site.
Page last updated: 27/06/2019