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    Any one on here work in admin for the local government? If so, do you enjoy the work? Is your work flexible? How are they with working mums? TIA

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    Each one is different. Feel free to pm me

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    agree with @maternidade - I have worked at a few different ones, and they were considerably different ... so it all depends on which one

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    I work for local gov in admin. I do a 5 day fortnight. they are really flexible. if I need to swap work days around if the kids are sick they are understanding. but I also think it will depend on your manager and job.

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    I work in local government not in admin though. From what I've seen it depends on the managers, team leaders etc. it varies a lot even in the same council.

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    Thanks ladies, very helpful

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    I work for local government in the public library sector. I'm part time doing 19 hours per week over 2 days and every second Saturday morning. The organisation as a whole is very family friendly and my particular workplace is mainly made up of part-timers and mums.

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    Hi ladies

    Does anyone on here work in Local Government in Perth?

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    did you end up applying for some here Tinkbug?

    I have worked at a few Perth ones. which ones are you looking at?

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    Thanks @BH-KatiesMum 😊
    I havent yet, not really sure as im not sure what the departments are all like.. May I ask what departments you have worked for before?
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