Strathfield Municipal Council
The PositionStrathfield Council is seeking an experienced Cleansing Services Officer to join our ever growing Council and contribute to our fast paced environment. We are seeking an individual that fosters the values of Teamwork, Respect, Integrity and Professionalism.The major objectives to be achieved by Cleansing Officer are:Provide quality street cleansing and waste removal services to the MunicipalityProvide effective and efficient delivery of required cleansing outcomes on a daily basis, and for contributing effectively to a team-based approach to the continuous improvement of cleaning servicesPosition will be required to work from various locations as instructed by the ManagerBe prepared to work any shift (day, afternoon or night) and on weekends and requiredWork within time constraints and respond to tight time frame to meet Management requirementsOperation of plant and equipment in accordance with safe work method statements.Report to the Manger any defects or faults related to the Municipality infrastructureTo be held accountable for working conditions under the control of the position and for detecting any unsafe or unhealthy conditions or behaviour and to take immediate steps to investigate and rectify any risks to health, safety and welfare arising from any activitySalary and Benefits:Base salary commencing from $51,141 up to $56,135 p/a plus Super, based on experienceAccess to 9 day fortnightMultiple position availableProfessional development opportunitiesTo ApplyPlease review the information available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au and address all the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description.If you have any questions about the role, please email Patrick Wong (Manager Environmental Services) at email@example.com.Applications close at 11:59pm on 24 January 2018
Strathfield Municipal Council
Our VisionStrathfield Council is a well-connected urban centre in Sydney's Inner West with rich cultural diversity and strong sense of community cohesion. The community is engaged with Council in guiding a sustainable future and opportunities for education, recreation, employment and overall wellbeing in Strathfield.Strathfield Council operates on an ethos of exceptional customer service and value for money. Innovation is actively encouraged and staff members enjoy a collaborative work environment that is friendly and dynamic.CriteriaQualifications in Building Surveying and Environmental Health; building design, construction.Current A1 or A2 accreditation with Building Professionals Board (BPB) and PCA qualifications.Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of the relevant regulations such as the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, Protection of the Environmental Operations Act, Local Government Act and Swimming Pools Act.Demonstrated understanding of the Building Code of Australia and relevant Australian Standards.As an A1 or A2 accredited candidate you will be hands on, inspecting buildings, issuing penalty infringement notices and as required appear as an expert witness for Council at Court.Salary and Benefits Base salary commencing from $99,480 up to $112,250 p/a plus Super, based on experience and qualificationsAccess to vehicle lease back optionsFlexible work arrangements (9 day fortnight)Professional development opportunitiesTo ApplyPlease review the information available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au, including the position description and address the selection criteria above.If you have any questions about the role, please email Patrick Wong (Manager Environmental Services) at Patrick.Wong@strathfield.nsw.gov.au.Applications close at 11:59pm on 28 January 2018.
Coffs Harbour City Council
Join a leader in Local Government and have access to employee wellbeing programs, flexible work arrangements and performance based rewardsAn opportunity to take part in building infrastructure for the Coffs Harbour and other Regions and provide your outstanding leadership to our construction teamsStarting salary of $60k (Grade E) + performance based salary progressionAbout the roleCouncil is currently seeking applications from qualified and experienced candidates for the position of Supervisor - Construction within our Coastal Works Business Unit. Reporting to the Construction Coordinator, this role is responsible for managing Council construction works so that the organisation's objectives, programmes, standards and procedures are achieved.This recruitment campaign may also be used to fill future vacancies which arise within the next six (6) months. Skills and experienceThe successful applicants will possess Certificate IV in Civil Construction (Supervision) or other relevant qualification with a minimum five (5) years' experience in construction or maintenance including two (2) years supervising staff and staff training.About Coffs Harbour City CouncilCouncil is committed to the pursuit of excellence, which means we strive to deliver the excellent services that are desired and valued by our community, now and into the future. We stand by the values of delivering excellence in our services through innovation, recognising that our customers are at the heart of what we do, supporting our people to provide them the scope to deliver outcomes, working together to seek solutions both internally and externally and being transparent and responsible in all that we do.Council provides a number of benefits to our staff including:Employee wellbeing programFlexible work opportunitiesLearning and development programsPerformance based rewards including bonus schemesOpportunities to purchase additional annual leaveGenerous salary sacrifice optionsRelocation assistance up to $2,500 after six (6) months serviceAdditional RequirementsThe successful applicant will be required to undertake a Pre-Employment Medical Screening and Pre Employment Alcohol & Drug TestingEnquiriesDion Ball, Section Leader Infrastructure Construction on 02 6648 4519
A great permanent opportunity at our Waste Transfer StationSalary of $69,185.92 + SuperannuationWork close to home, work within your communityLitchfield Municipality is situated on the outskirts of Darwin amid tropical rural bushland. With a population of 25,000, Litchfield residents enjoy a rural lifestyle in a prosperous area which combines a mix of rural residential, horticultural, agricultural and industrial interests within its boundaries. We operate three waste transfer stations; at Howard Springs, Humpty Doo and Berry Springs. Council ensures that its operations have a great culture, valuing team work and celebrating success.We currently have a work opportunity for a Plant Operator to complement our team of operators. The RoleIn this role, you will contribute to the safe and smooth running of our Waste transfer station. Your duties will include ensuring that waste materials are deposited in the correct areas at site and operating appropriate machinery to move waste into the compacting machine. Health and safety will be at the forefront of everything you do, to ensure you and your colleagues go home safely, at night!About YouYou will possess proven experience in operating backhoes, bobcats and front end loaders. Furthermore, experience in waste management will be of assistance for this position. You will need to have the willingness to muck-in and manage waste, be a team player and provide an excellent customer service for our valued residents. Additionally, you will be happy to work shift work. Key to your success will be your commitment to Work Health and Safety, your time management skills and your communication skills. After all, you are the face of Council, so need to ensure that we are represented well, at all times!What's in it for you?In return, we offer a safe and productive work environment, a great salary and excellent benefits well as the opportunity to make a difference in the community.
Casual work opportunities for Mobile Plant OperatorsGenerous Hourly Rate of $43.76 incl. casual loading Work close to home, work within your communityOur CouncilLitchfield Municipality is situated on the outskirts of Darwin amid tropical rural bushland. With a population of 25,000, Litchfield residents enjoy a rural lifestyle in a prosperous area which combines a mix of rural residential, horticultural, agricultural and industrial interests. Litchfield Council has a great team culture, valuing team work and celebrating success.The roleWe currently have casual work opportunities for Mobile Plant Operators to complement our current team of operators and fill operational gaps that arise from time. In this role, you will be called upon to undertake maintenance work and perform multi- operational tasks with a variety of plant and equipment in maintaining Council's land holdings and road reserves and to assist at our Waste Transfer Stations. As a Casual Plant operator, no day will be the same. About youTo be considered for this role, you will have proven experience in operating backhoes, bobcats and front end loaders as well tractors/slashers . You will also have a high level of physical fitness, good attention to detail, commitment to observing high WHS standards and the ability to work both autonomously or as part of a team. Experience in the Waste Management Industry is also of assistance for this role. Additionally, you will be flexible with your availability and be a good team player; happy to represent Council as you perform your duties within the community.What is in it for you?In return, we offer a safe and productive work environment, a generous hourly rate as well as the opportunity to make a difference in the community.
Strathfield Municipal Council
Exciting opportunity within our HR departmentAccess to vehicle lease back optionsFlexible work arrangement (9 day fortnight)This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced human resources and organisational development leader to join Strathfield Municipal Council and deliver strategic Human Resources Management and Organisational Development.Reporting to the General Manager and working closely with the leadership team, the manager Human Resources and Organisational Development will be responsible for building a high performance culture and developing and implementing organisation development strategy.This is a challenging and rewarding position responsible for ensuring the provision of expert advice in the areas of Employee Relations, Industrial Relations, Performance Management, Training and Development, Recruitment and Selection, Organisational Change.The successful candidate will have relevant qualifications and a strong background in HR and OD management - exposure to local government highly regarded. The candidate will have resilience to lead change in a fast paced environment.To be successful in this role you will have:Tertiary qualifications in human resource management or similar and have proven experience in similar role,Proven experience in strategic human resources and organisation development,Demonstrated ability to analyse an organisational environment and develop OD solutions appropriate to the situation.Salary and Benefits:Total remuneration package negotiable based on experience and qualificationsAccess to vehicle lease back optionsFlexible work arrangement (9 day fortnight)To Apply:Please review the position description and other relevant information available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au and address the selection criteria listed above.If you have any questions about the role, please email Anthony Hewton, Director of Corporate and Human Services: Anthony.Hewton@strathfield.nsw.gov.auApplications close at 5pm on 31 January 2018.
Nambucca Shire Council
This challenging and exciting role involves leading a team constructing and maintaining Council's civil infrastructure, such as general concreting, drainage, culverts, causeways and coastal environmental assets. If you have a background in the building and construction industry, with particular expertise in concreting, and the ability to lead a small crew, we'd love to hear from you.Salary and benefits include:$978.20 - $1130.40 per week9.5% superannuation plus your choice of fund9 day fortnightUniform and PPE suppliedRelocation assistanceHow to apply:Your application must be lodged electronically via the website and include a covering letter addressing the selection criteria as well as a current resume.For further information contact: Jo Hudson, Manager Human Resources 02 6568 0216.
City of Bunbury
Permanent, full time appointment76 hours per fortnight9 day fortnightThe City of Bunbury is seeking an experienced full time Construction and Maintenance Worker.Candidates with proven skills in the construction and civil field will be highly regarded.Our ideal candidate will have relevant industry experience in the following areas:Concrete WorkBrick PavingRoadsDrains and PathsMR LicenceThe responsibilities for this role include:Operate plant and equipmentRoad construction and maintenanceConcrete construction and maintenanceMaintain relevant plant and equipmentCommunicate any hazards or issues that ariseThe key skills required for this role include:Occupational safety and health knowledgePlant and machinery operationTeam workConstruction and maintenance experienceWhat we offerConditions of employment are in accordance with the City of Bunbury Employees 2015 Enterprise Agreement (Outside Workers) with a Level 4 salary of $53,425 gross per annum.The City of Bunbury is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, aiming to build organisational capacity and foster a positive work environment.Only applications submitted via the City of Bunbury Careers website will be accepted.
Maribyrnong City Council
Temporary Full Time (Maternity Leave Replacement)(Up to 12 months)$91,120.84pa + 9.5% super + ADOLearning and Development OpportunitiesA fantastic opportunity exists for an energetic and committed professional to join Maribyrnong's City Design team.You will play a key role in pursuing design excellence for the City on a range of strategic projects and programs. Strong design skills and attention to detail will see the successful candidate contribute to improving the image and functionality of many areas of the City.The urban designer will join other design staff responsible for the urban design and open space functions of Council.Located minutes away from the city, and a short stroll to the Maribyrnong River, Maribyrnong offers a supportive work environment and exciting range of high profile and challenging projects. Council also values a balance of work and life, supporting both personal and professional development for its employees.We are an equal opportunity employer and embrace diversity. Council encourages young people, people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.Enquiries: Aditya Andley on 9688 0469
McCosker Contracting Pty Ltd
At McCosker we recognise that our most important assets are the people we employ. A core workforce is retained by McCosker to maintain the reliability and skill levels associated with our industry and past projects. These personnel add experience, expertise and value to our projects. We also recognize the benefit of local people on our projects and always attempt to attract local employees where possible.We are seeking applications from multi-ticketed plant operators for future civil construction and bulk earthworks projects. Whether you are an all rounder or have a particular expertise, if you can operate any of the following we encourage you to apply;Articulated Dump TruckExcavatorFront End LoaderGraderBackhoeRollerHR LicenceCompactorDozerSkid Steer (Bobcat)ScraperPlease also note the below requirements:Copies of all required RII tickets, qualifications and licences are to be attached in your applicationBe able to complete a current medicalHave proven experience in the position you are applying forMcCosker Contracting is committed to maintaining a safe and productive workforce and as such we are seeking applicants who have a strong attitude towards safety and a solid work ethic.Only successful applicants will be contacted.