Domenic Isola, Chief Executive Officer A message from Domenic Isola our Chief Executive Officer

Hume City Council is a leader in local government and is recognised for its innovation, initiative, leadership, service, quality and support for its people.

As a Hume City Council employee, you can be part of an enthusiastic, professional, talented and progressive team that strive to meet the needs of its rapidly growing and diverse community.

We are committed to the community and to making a positive difference to all those who live, learn and work in Hume - our people are key to meeting this commitment.

Our dedicated team demonstrate our organisational values of respect, customer focus, innovation and collaboration in everything they do. Our visionary leadership and high-calibre workforce are dedicated to seeing Hume City become recognised as the ideal location for healthy living, lifelong learning, employment, recreation, enjoyment and prosperity.

We offer a friendly and supportive working environment that encourages all employees to achieve work-life balance. We are proud of our flexible, creative, responsive and resourceful employees, who provide a wide range of excellent services and infrastructure in our vibrant city.

Our employees take great pride in working here and I am sure that becoming a Hume employee is something that you will find enjoyable and rewarding. 


Child Safe Statement

Hume City Council is a child safe organisation with zero tolerance for child abuse. Council actively listens to and supports children to be strong, confident and self-determined citizens.

Council provides a safe working environment that values child safety, diversity and inclusion for all children aged 0 – 18 and adheres to the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related legislation.

Council acknowledges the cultural safety, participation and empowerment of all children; especially children from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, or culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and those with a disability.

All allegations of abuse and safety concerns received by Council will be treated very seriously and acted upon in accordance with relevant policies and procedures.

Council requires that Councillors, employees, volunteers and organisations or others associated with Council understand and follow child safe principles and expectations for appropriate behaviour towards, and in the company of children.

Updated : 4:37 PM, 6 September 2017