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Who we are
We are an independent regulator that promotes the long term interests of Victorian consumers with respect to the price, quality and reliability of essential services. Learn more about what we do and how it promotes the long-term interests of Victorian consumers.
Want to know what it’s like working here? Read our ‘essential stories’ series, which features stories from staff members about their lives at the Essential Services Commission.
We work flexibly
We understand work life balance is important. Flexible options such as working from home, flexible working hours and purchased leave can be negotiated with your manager to help balance your personal commitments and the needs of the role.
We're focused on health and wellbeing
When you work for us, you get access to a health and wellbeing program that coordinates initiatives to promote a healthy mind and body including a free flu vaccination and annual health checks.
We enable students to combine studies with valuable work experience
Look out for our summer internship opportunities in partnership with the Department of Treasury and Finance. Recruitment for these positions begins in August.
Work integrated learning
Work integrated learning is an opportunity for university students to gain professional work experience as part of their studies.
We partner with universities to offer work integrated learning internships. To participate, contact your work integrated learning unit or course coordinator at your university.
We participate in the Victorian Public service graduate recruitment and development scheme. This program is a key employment avenue for people establishing careers in economic regulation. Recruitment for these positions begins from March to April.