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Jobs in Focus - Engineering

CouncilJobs recently sat down for a chat with experienced council engineer Anthony Ogle  as part of a series of interviews designed to illustrate that great careers can be had in councils. Who is Anthony Ogle? Having worked in council roles for 37 years, Anthony is no stranger to the inner-workings of a council. Starting in 1980 as a cadet engineer at Windsor Council, his illustrious and rewarding career covers twelve different councils. His wealth of experience spans across an array of fields, such as roads, storm water, traffic, development and asset management, making him an invaluable mentor to the younger generation of council engineers. His current role is Smart City Infrastructure Projects Manager in the Civil Infrastructure and Integration Department of the City of Ryde in metropolitan Sydney, NSW. To shine some light on councils for you, we’ve spoken to Anthony, and we’ve got the scoop on what it’s like to work within different councils, what council recruiters look for