Valuable jobs for local residents

The scenicrimjobs.com.au website is a one-stop shop for residents of the Scenic Rim looking for local work, and Scenic Rim based businesses wanting to fill vacancies with local skilled people.


Do you live in the Scenic Rim and want to work locally?

All current jobs vacant in the Scenic Rim region are listed on scenicrimjobs.com.au. You can search for vacant positions or become a member and receive job vacancies straight to your inbox.

It's easy to create and upload your resume so you're ready to apply when a suitable vacancy becomes available. Click here to find out more.

Why working locally is beneficial

  • The Scenic Rim is pretty amazing!
  • You will spend less time commuting so that's great for your petrol costs and for the environment.
  • You'll get time back that you can spend with your family, friends and doing the things that make you happy.
  • You'll get the opportunity to fit more exercise in and be healthier and happier.
  • You'll feel like a bigger part of the community.

Are you a Scenic Rim business and looking for local employees?

By using scenicrimjobs.com.au you can advertise job vacancies for free by simply uploading your advertisement. It really is as quick as copying and pasting your text.

You will be able to access local Scenic Rim job seekers and help provide valuable jobs for local residents.

Why hiring locally is beneficial?

  • Local people want to work locally so can lead to lower turnover costs.
  • Local employees live closer to work, so can be more reliable and can respond quickly to your needs.
  • Local workers have local connections, which can help build your business.
  • Employing locals shows that you support your local community.

Scenic Rim snapshot

  • 4,300 square kilometres
  • 42,583 residents in 2018
    • Forecast population 67,506 in 2041
  • 40% of local resident workers leave the region each day for work
  • 5.9% unemployment rate June quarter 2019
  • $1.9 billion local economy 2018-19
  • Top five sectors for economic contribution in 2018-19
    • $263.2m agriculture, forestry and fishing
    • $154.4m construction
    • $125.8m healthcare and social assistance
    • $107.4m public administration and safety
    • $98.2m education and training