JOBS IN THE YOUNG AND HILLTOPS REGION

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Latest job openings in the Hilltop region

LATEST JOBS

Here are the latest jobs in the Hilltops area.For more jobs, or to get alerts as soon as new ones pop up, register here.

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Southern Inland jobs TAFE NSW
Southern Inland jobs University of Wollongong
Southern Inland job education providers include ANU
Southern Inland jobs education providers include ACU

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Hints from HR

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In-Demand Jobs

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Living and working in the Hilltops Area

The Hilltops region features the thriving towns of Young, Harden and Boorowa along with a wide range of villages each with its own rich history. The area is located along a strategic transport corridor that includes the Hume Highway, the busiest freight corridor in Australia, providing great access for businesses that operate in Sydney and Melbourne.

The relaxed country lifestyle, affordability of housing, peace and quiet and the wide open spaces are big draw cards for living and working in the Hilltops region. There are plenty of services, and cultural and community facilities such as sporting grounds, golf course, gardens and parks, and more than 60 local clubs and recreational groups.

Families are well catered for with sixteen primary and four high schools, seven childcare centres, Young TAFE, a regional music school, campuses for the Australian National University and the Australian Catholic University and three hospitals.

The Hilltops region offers a variety of industries, many deriving from the strength of the agriculture sector and providing strong connections to other major industries including manufacturing, tourism, health care, social assistance and retail trade.

Famous for its stone fruit industry, Hilltops provides employment opportunities for jobseekers, as well as the opportunity to ‘pick your own’ at some of the many orchards and berry farms.

A rapidly emerging industry that is providing new employment opportunities is Viticulture. The region currently has 13 wine producers and five cellar doors to cater to the growing demand.

Other job sites in our region include:

RDASI supporting Southern Inland Jobs
Hilltops Jobs by industry popularity

Local Job Market Snapshot: Hilltops Area

Hilltops Jobs Snapshot

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