Wodonga Council has significantly more women than men on the payroll.
The total number of women working in full-time, part-time and casual roles is 262 compared to 165 men in a combined workforce of 427 people.
Women significantly outnumber men in part-time and casual employee tallies.
The female-male split in the community development area is 35-4 (full-time), 49-3 (part-time) and 60-21 (casuals).
There are more men than women in full-time employment in the planning and infrastructure department (78-16) and finance and systems (14-9).
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But in the city growth, engagement and people section, the full-time employee split is in favour of women, 10-2, and in part-time roles women are ahead 18-1 as they are in casual worker count, 10-3.
At chief executive, director level, women outnumber men 3-2, at management level there is a 6-6 split and men are ahead 14-12 in team leader roles.
In the outgoing council there are three women, mayor Anna Speedie, Cr Kat Bennett and Cr Libby Hall and four men, Cr Danny Lowe, Cr John Watson, Cr Ron Mildren and Cr Brian Mitchell.
Cr Speedie is the only present councillor not seeking re-election and will attend her final meeting on Monday when the 2019-20 annual report will be tabled.
The annual report contains the employment breakdown and also reveals council paid $24,647,000 in employee costs compared to $24,207,000 the previous year.
Council collected $46,019,000 in rates and charges in 2019-20.