What we do
The work of a Government Works and Service Officer

Local Government Works and Service Officers are responsible for the day to day running of the operational arms of Local Government.

The key to successful supervision is the management of plant, materials and the workforce on a daily basis including:

  • planning
  • organisation of resources
  • management of staff, contractors and other agencies.

Typical tasks include:


Including Roads, Drainage, Parks, Reserves, Buildings, Waste Facilities, Special Infrastructure, Temporary Works, Traffic Management Devices, miscellaneous works.


Roads, and Road Reserves, Drainage, Parks Gardens and Reserves, Buildings, Waste Collection, Special Events.

Knowledge required

Construction and Maintenance techniques, local environment and materials, management skills, personnel management.

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External Exhibitor

Conference details

2022 Conference

Venue and dates now confirmed

This years Works and Parks Conference and Expo will be held at the Joondalup Resort, Connolly between 9 and 11 August.

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Training opportunities

new online learning

LG Works e-learning

The LGWA are introducing a new training program for our members which you can access via our website.
Training will be conducted online with the aid of the Brain Box Team. More information is on our Awards-Skills page.

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