We work with great people
We employ a workforce of diverse, talented and dedicated people from a broad range of professions and with specialised skills. Our people are adept at balancing the needs of the communities we serve with the long-term needs of our natural and built environments.
|Place-based community focus||Talk to you where you live, work and play, and be visible in local communities|
|Accessibility||Make sure we are easy to contact and our information is straightforward and available in a variety of different ways|
|Flexibility||Respect the way you want to work with us, and adapt our approach according to local needs|
Speak and listen
|Active listening and understanding||Listen to and understand your views and needs and respect different opinions|
|Honesty and transparency||Be honest about what’s driving our priorities, what we can and can’t promise to do, our timelines and why decisions have been made|
|Clarity and purposefulness||Be clear why and how we are engaging, making sure we give you real opportunities to influence and make a difference|
|Timely and proactive||Talk to the community as early as we can, responding quickly to issues and feedback|
|Consistency||Ensure we are consistent in the way we approach decisions|
|Closing the loop||Inform communities about the outcomes of projects and if our plans change we will let you know when this happens and why|
Read more about our Community Charter.
Our operating model
Our organisational pillars
The delivery of the outcomes outlined in this plan are enabled by our 5 organisational pillars.
|Our organisational pillars are:|
|Self-determination of Traditional Owners and Aboriginal Victorians will be recognised and supported|
|Collaborative leadership and a positive culture|
|Increased engagement, partnerships and service excellence|
|High performance and delivery for government|
|Personal accountability, and a one-DELWP mindset in everything we do|
Page last updated: 29/08/19