At Seqwater, we do good work, with great people in beautiful places. We are one of the largest and most diverse water businesses in Australia, providing essential water services for more than three million people across South East Queensland.
We are incredibly passionate about the good we do and the difference we make. We get to work with great people, with the backdrop of South East Queensland's most beautiful places, and are proud to have a team that is genuinely committed to our shared purpose.
We aim to be a positive and supportive organisation that nurtures diversity, inclusion, career growth and opportunity.
We do good work, with great people, in beautiful places.
From dam operators and engineers, to rangers, water quality scientists and professional services, it takes a dedicated and talented team to run our business.
Our operations stretch from Gympie, south to the New South Wales border and west to the base of the Toowoomba ranges, and we work to some of South East Queensland’s most beautiful backdrops.
We’re focused on driving a high-performing, inclusive, diverse and collaborative organisation, and we continue to strive for better and smarter ways of working.
From nationally recognised flexible working environments, to reward and recognition programs, career development opportunities, industry engagement, and social, health and mental wellbeing strategies, we’re committed to supporting our people to reach their goals and enjoy what they do.
Put simply, we do good work, with great people, in beautiful places.
There has never been a more exciting time to work at Seqwater.
We know we can't rely on rain to fall when and where we need it, and as climate change continues to impact our region we're planning for SEQ’s water security future and exploring climate-independent water security opportunities. This, together with major dam improvement upgrades at our largest dams Wivenhoe, North Pine and Somerset, will see us deliver the largest capital program in our organisation’s history over the next 10 years.
We have clear goals to play our part in reducing the effects of climate change, reaching net zero emissions by 2050 which will require innovation and dedication across all areas of our business. We’ll even have a part to play in supporting the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games – with Lake Wyaralong to host the rowing and canoeing events.
Our Next Generation Program
Kick-start your career in one of the most important industries in the world, where you truly get to make a difference every day to your community.
Our Next Generation Programs prepare apprentices, trainees and graduates for a successful and long-term career as water professionals by providing the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in this fast-paced industry.
With a broad range of options on offer, our people on the Next Generation Program are provided with dedicated support systems to enable their success.