Full-time, temporary for up to 12 months (maternity leave) $91,120.84 (Band 7) + 9.5% super + ADOAn exciting opportunity exists to lead a range of policy, integrated planning and project initiatives to improve health and wellbeing in the local community. You will coordinate a team of staff to drive action on key health and wellbeing issues across the organisation and with regional partners. This includes implementing key strategies as part of the Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan (incorporated into the Council Plan 2017-21).Your strong strategic and evidence-based approach together with expert analytical and facilitation skills will be vital to this role.An effective communicator, possessing quality leadership experience, your proactive organisational skills and ability to develop effective stakeholder partnerships will ensure success in this role.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.Secondments may be considered.Enquiries: Linda Glanville on (03) 9688 0127
$81,795.13 pa 9.5% super ADOLearning and Development Opportunities The Urban Planning Unit is looking for a passionate and energetic planning enforcement officer to join the team.To be considered for this role you will need to have proven experience in enforcement, interpreting and implementing applicable Acts and regulations and facilitates positive results in achieving compliance.Experience in enforcement, strong customer focus and educating skills are vital to succeed in this role.The successful applicant will be expected to contribute towards providing an enjoyable team environment, be innovative and educating the department on enforcement related matters.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: Steven Lionakis on (03) 9688 0346.
Do you want to give back to the local community?Are you looking for a sea change to the beautiful South Coast?Or something a little closer to home?Whatever your reasons; Kiama Council has your next career opportunity...About the AreaWorking and living on the South Coast comes with many perks. In the Kiama Local Government Area you can relax at our local cafes, restaurants or wineries, experience nature at the Minnamurra Rainforest, The Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk, stroll along our scenic coastal walk or view our two famous Blowholes.About CouncilKiama Municipal Council operates across a range of industry sectors. In addition to the traditional functions that are carried out by Councils, Kiama Council is a significant provider of aged care services both within the Municipality and the Illawarra region. Tourism is the major industry in the Local Government Area and Council is a significant provider and supporter of local tourism. Council operates the largest conference and function centre within the Municipality; The Pavilion Kiama along with the highly prized five holiday parks that comprise the Kiama Coast Holiday Parks.About the RoleKiama Municipal Council is currently seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Application Support Officer to join the team. In this role you will provide application development and support to staff and actively contribute to the delivery of Council's IT Strategy. For further information on the duties, tasks and selection criteria for this position, please view the position description available on Councils website www.kiama.nsw.gov.au.This position is dual graded depending on qualifications and experience. Applicants who are in their final year of study towards a Degree in Information Technology (or equivalent) or hold an Advanced Diploma with limited experience will be classified at Grade 11 of Council's salary structure, with a commencing weekly salary from $1,207.50 (Step 1). Applicants with a Degree in Information Technology (or equivalent) with at least three years' experience will be classified at Grade 13 of Council's salary structure, with a commencing weekly salary from $1,315.70 (Step 1).These rates do not include superannuation. Conditions of employment are in accordance with Council protocols and the Local Government (State) Award 2017.For job specific enquiries please contact George Harb on (02) 4232 0444.Applications close on Sunday 20 August 2017.We actively encourage applications from people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background.
Base salary $45,414.00 to $53,004 Per Annum +Super Guarantee Charge of 9.5%Adverse Working Conditions allowanceOther conditions as outlined in the Local Government (State) Award 2017Bellingen Council is seeking applications for a Works Assistant Town & Parks Maintenance. This is position is located at Bellingen, one of the most picturesque tourist destinations in NSW.The Works Assistant -Town & Parks Maintenance is responsible for undertaking a range of labouring tasks to enhance and maintain the aesthetic and environmental setting of the shire's parks, reserves and roadways along with:-.Tree maintenance, gardening & landscapingCleaning of public amenities, garbage collection, street cleaningMedium & small plant operationsRequirements listed for the position are listed below:Experience in general labouring duties.Current Class MR drivers licence.Efficiently operate out-front mowers & tractors, chainsaw & brush cutters.General Induction Training - Construction.Literacy & numeracy skills relevant for the job.Ability to inspect & maintain plant & equipment .Efficient & friendly customer service in the communityPlease download the Position Description by clicking on "Download PD" for further information on this role and include an covering letter and responding to the online questions.This is a full time role (38 hours per week - 9 day fortnight).Please lodge your application online to be considered for this position.Should you have any questions in relation to this position please feel free to contact Mick Cooper 02 66557300.
Exciting opportunities to work within a dynamic and growing community.Hume's newest destination and regional aquatic park and leisure centre.The doors to SPLASH Aqua Park & Leisure Centre are due to open in October 2017 and we are expecting to welcome in excess of 800,000 visits in our first year.
We are seeking an experienced and qualified individual to lead the Wellness and Beauty services at this state of the art facility.The Wellness Centre Coordinator is expected to be an innovator in order to respond effectively too the changing demands of the industry, to embrace new directions, methods and technology and become business-focussed in delivering service outcomes in accordance with business demands of the Beauty and Wellness Industry.The position reflects the role of those who can work autonomously. It involves the self-directed application of knowledge and skills with the substantial depth in some areas where judgement is required in planning and selection of appropriate equipment, services and techniques. As well as your exceptional leadership and management skills, you have well-developed skills in budgeting and financial procedures and processes.As Hume is a diverse community your strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate through a variety of methods to both internal and external stakeholders is a must. You will be part of a very collaborative leadership team, where you will easily set expectations and drive performance to achieve outcomes.Company Profile
Hume City Council is a leader in local government and is recognised for its innovation, initiative, leadership, service, quality and support for its people.Hume City is one of Australia's fastest-growing communities and with more people choosing to call Hume home, we're expected to welcome more than 57,000 new residents to our City over the next decade.What We Offer
With our high level of employee engagement, Hume City Council offers a great working environment where you can develop your career. We offer flexible work arrangements and other benefits, such as study assistance and interest free loans for public transport. Our strong commitment to social justice and the environment provides opportunities for employees to participate in various programs.For further information please view the attached position descriptions or contact Bruce Fordham, Manager Leisure Centres & Sport on 9205 2464.
Part Time - 3 Days Per Week$34,198 - $39,594 per annum9.5% superannuation plus your choice of fundUniform and PPE suppliedRelocation assistanceLong service leave after five years serviceSituated on the mid north coast of NSW, just a short drive from Coffs Harbour, and extending from Scotts Head to Valla Beach, the Nambucca Valley boasts an idyllic natural environment with stunning beaches, pristine waterways and tranquil rainforests.Here you can have it all - the lifestyle you've always dreamed of, house prices within your reach and major health, education and transport facilities at your doorstep.Nambucca Shire Council is dedicated to protecting the region's environment, sustainability and employment through effective leadership and strategic direction.In this role, you will be responsible for monitoring and enforcing legislative compliance, particularly in relation to planning, environmental matters, swimming pools and companion animals.How to applyYour 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: Daniel Walsh, Manager Development and Environment on 02 6568 0260.
$441.14 per week (includes loadings) sharedUniform and PPE providedCouncil is seeking to fill the role of Pound Attendant on a job share basis. Key responsibilities are feeding and exercising impounded animals daily and maintaining the facility to the required standard.This role also provides back up to the Ranger and is regularly required to be on-call and respond to after hours calls in relation to dog attacks and straying stock.How to applyYour 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: Daniel Walsh, Manager Development and Environment on 02 6568 0259.
Temporary Part Time - 23 hours per week (Tuesday-Thursday) 11 September 2017 until 29 June 2018$68,319.86 pa/pro rata + 9.5% super A fantastic opportunity exists for an energetic and committed team member to join Maribyrnong's Activation and Festivals team.You will assist staff working on a range of programs and events during the peak festival season including the delivery of Council's Festive Seasons Decorations and Activities Program, NYE Fireworks event in Footscray Park and the Festival City Program.An effective communicator, possessing administration and event coordination experience, your proactive orgnisational skills and ability to support the Activation and Festivals team will ensure success in this role.Knowledge and experience with festival and event planning and delivery is essential.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: Susie Wickes on 9688 0200
Temporary Full time - 3 years fixed term contract$105,010 pa + 9.5% super + monthly ADOAn outstanding opportunity exists at Maribyrnong City Council as the Project Manager Community Services and Facilities. This position will lead the overall project management of major projects in the Community Services Directorate, including the development of libraries, community hubs, and sporting and early year's facilities. Reporting to the Manager Community Services and Social Infrastructure Planning, you will be directly responsible for stakeholder engagement, planning, coordination and delivery of major and high quality community infrastructure projects for the City of Maribyrnong.As the successful applicant you must possess a tertiary qualification in Project Management, Building, Social Sciences or other related discipline together with extensive experience in the management of community infrastructure projects from inception through to completion. Additionally, you will have extensive knowledge of community and civic building project management and stakeholder management principles and practices.Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria as part of their application. To be eligible to apply for this position you must possess an appropriate Australian work visa.Enquiries: Tara Frichitthavong on (03) 9688 0130.
An exciting new opportunity has become available for an individual, passionate about IT innovation, emerging and creative technologies and program delivery, to join the City Life Department.As part of the Libraries Team, you will design, deliver and evaluate digital literacy and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) programs; acquire, operate and maintain a range of IT equipment and software including laptops, robots, 3D printers and tech toys and establish and oversee Tech Zones in libraries.The successful candidate will possess qualification in Creative Technologies or a related field, a minimum of two (2) years' experience in a similar position and demonstrated experience in delivering, marketing and promoting training programs.To view the position description and submit an application go to www.darwin.nt.gov.au and click on the Careers quicklink.Applications close 5pm Monday 28 August 2017As part of Council's recruitment process, successful applicants will undergo pre-employment assessments, which may include a medical.Position descriptions are available on our website www.darwin.nt.gov.au and click on the Careers quicklink.The City of Darwin offers six weeks annual leave, district allowance, salary sacrifice options, and the opportunity for continuous professional development and learning.Brendan Dowd
Chief Executive Officer
Job Reference: 3688718 | Location: Darwin | Listed: 11 August 2017