Career opportunities

HCCDC is a NSW Government agency known for delivering major region-shaping infrastructure, public domain and land transformation projects.

Our work includes the urban renewal of Honeysuckle, revitalisation of Newcastle, and the remediation of the former BHP Steelworks sites. We manage the Mount Penang Parklands, have delivered infrastructure upgrades and public domain on the Central Coast, and are transforming government-owned land in Lake Macquarie to create new opportunities for housing, infrastructure and economic growth.

We're helping deliver NSW Government's vision for strong and sustainable regions, and working to provide unrivalled lifestyle in the Hunter and Central Coast – with better housing options, more job opportunities and great public spaces.

Current job opportunities

We love what we do

We are a diverse and driven team who are passionate about creating great outcomes for the community, for now and the future.

HCCDC offers excellent conditions, with attractive opportunities based in Newcastle and the Central Coast. We support an inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, and enable our team members to drive innovation, productivity, and delivery of high-quality services.

We understand that flexibility means different things to different people and are committed to offering flexible work arrangements where and when possible.

Job opportunities

Jobs at HCCDC are advertised on the I Work for NSW website.
See below for current opportunities.

Development Manager

  • Based in Newcastle and the Central Coast (hybrid working supported)
  • $129,331 to $138,427 + super
  • Temporary full-time opportunity (up to 30th June 2026) 

An exciting opportunity for an experienced Development Manager to support the delivery of land development projects including planning, approvals, delivery, financial control and land disposal. 

We are seeking a great communicator who is a practical, no-nonsense operator that can manage a range of development activities within one of the most exciting growth regions in the state.

Click here to learn more about the opportunity and application requirements.

Applications close Sunday June 9th, 2024.

Apply now