EMPLOYMENT

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council advertises all permanent positions through local newspapers and where applicable interstate.

Other sources include The Australian Local Government Job Directory  and this website.

Parks & Reserves Worker

Permanent Full-time Position

Council seeks the services of a suitably qualified person who is self-motivated and experienced to undertake a role within our Parks & Reserves Department to assist with the implementation of Council’s maintenance programs.

An attractive salary package will be offered to the suitable applicant.

Information package is available here

Applicants are required to submit the standard application form and include a resume and the names and contact details of two referees.

To apply, send your details to the Acting General Manager at PO Box 6, Triabunna, 7190 by 5.00pm Thursday 8th August 2019.

Applications should be marked (CONFIDENTIAL – Triabunna Parks)

Queries to be directed to the Manager Works, Tony Pollard via email tony@freycinet.tas.gov.au

 

Harry Galea

Acting General Manager

 

Council is seeking quotations from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to provide mowing services within the town areas of Triabunna, Orford, Spring Beach and Buckland for a period of 3 years.

Submissions must include a copy of the contract application form, current public liability insurances and an outline of experience / demonstrated ability to undertake the works.

Programmed works to commence October 2019.

Documentation available here:

Contract Document 2019

Appendix A to E Mowing Plans

Enquiries directed to Council’s Manager Works, Mr Tony Pollard.

Submissions to be marked ‘Confidential – Grass Mowing’ and posted to PO Box 6 TRIABUNNA 7190 or emailed to tony@freycinet.tas.gov.au  by 4.00pm Thurs 22nd August 2019.

 

Harry Galea

Acting General Manager

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has a position(s) vacant of ‘Planner’ with the option of full-time hours or multiple part-time positions.  The role will be the primary contact for people considering development opportunities in the municipality and will be responsible for conducting the majority of planning assessments.

The successful applicant(s) will ideally be qualified with experience in urban and regional planning and a sound understanding of planning for a coastal environment as demonstrated by the position description.  There may be opportunity for a graduate role also to which a separate position description could be supplied.

Communication, negotiation and problem solving skills are essential.  Applicants must have a current driver’s licence also.

All applicants must review the applicant information pack and complete the required forms and return these together with a cover letter addressing the role requirements and outlining the hours they would be interested in working making special mention of graduate consideration should it apply.

The application pack is found below or please contact Kristy Scott, Council’s HR Consultant on kristy@hrisesp.com.au or on 0419 534 470.

2018.09.19 Applicant Information Pack Planner GSBC