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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.

  • Sound knowledge of legislation
  • Capable of resolving complex people challenges
  • Experienced supporting leaders to deliver business success

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has created a new position to focus on operational and strategic challenges and opportunities for our people management.    The role will be relied upon to support Council in ensuring legally compliant frameworks for leading and managing people and will case manage various people related matters.  The position reports directly to the General Manager.

Applicants must have a degree qualification and experience in human resources and will have demonstrated experience or qualifications in Work Health and Safety including workers compensation. Local government knowledge would be ideal, however a demonstrated capacity to build networks and relevant industry knowledge will be sufficient.

Applicants will be experienced in developing policy and procedures to inform Council operations, together with being comfortable engaging with all levels of the workforce to identify areas for improvement and driving change to deliver on this.  Applicants will have experience in dealing with the Fair Work Commission, Workers Compensation Tribunal and unions.

The human resource function will encompass recruitment, industrial advice and negotiations, performance management, learning and development together with workforce planning and structure.  The role is also the primary driver of all employment documentation, auditing human resource compliance and other individual people and project work.

The safety function will involve the improvement of the safety management system in conjunction with support of the leadership team, to provide a healthy and safe work environment. The position will coordinate safety reporting and the administration of work-related injuries including insurance liaison, tribunal disputation and rehabilitation. The candidate will require good documentation and reporting skills to inform the leadership team.

The municipality of Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has multiple townships that are surrounded by the water and mountains to explore.  There are wineries and seafood in abundance and only just over an hour away from Hobart.  It is a municipality with considerable interest for people to live, invest commercially and become part of through its natural beauty.

To view the application package, please click here. To discuss any position information please contact HR Consultant Kristy Scott on 0419 534 470 or kristy@hrisesp.com.au

Applications will be reviewed on a weekly basis.

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has a part-time ongoing vacancy based at the Swansea, East Coast Heritage Museum and War Memorial.

This boutique museum manages over 3500 exhibits in the form of books documents photographs and objects and runs under museum best practice.  The museum has an excellent reputation of high standards and with a remarkable collection particularly of colonial East Coast history.

The primary duties are to maintain and promote national museum standards in all facets of museum administration and development. Alongside developing a program of regular exhibitions and events the role is also required to support and expand the museum’s volunteer program to deliver on these.

Ideally applicants will have experience leading small teams, a demonstrated knowledge and professional experience in museum practice together with knowledge of, and contacts within, the museum network. A high level of self-motivation, excellent time management and computer skills are a must.

To view the application information pack, please click here.

For more information about the role please contact Council’s Human Resource Consultant, Kristy Scott on 0419 534 470 or email kristy@hrisesp.com.au

Applications close on 19 September 2022.

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council is seeking a full-time Works Officer.  The position is based out of the Swansea depot but may be required at times to travel into other areas of the municipality to assist other Depot teams.

Works Officer roles are responsible for a range of services in the municipality from parks, gardens, facilities, signage to kerb, channel, footpaths, stormwater infrastructure and roads.

Applicants will have experience in operating various equipment, willing to be trained in new or different areas and will have a current driver’s licence and commitment to maintaining this.  People with knowledge of safe operating systems, particularly as it relates to plant and equipment, traffic management and similar will be highly regarded.

People who appreciate the role of local government, are team minded and of sound physical fitness relative to the position will be best suited to the position.

For more information about the role please contact Manager of Works, Darren Smith, on phone 0417 669 551 or via email darren.smith@freycinet.tas.gov.au

Application Pack Works Officer Swansea Based 

Council is seeking to rebuild its expression of interest register for people that might be interested in casual roles in the Works area.  This can include working in:

  • Roads, path, bridge construction and maintenance
  • Parks, gardens construction and maintenance
  • Facilities maintenance
  • Waste management

Applicants are asked to:

  1. Complete the Application Form
  2. Complete the Pre-Employment Medical Disclosure Form
  3. Provide a cover letter outlining the location preferred and work of interest
  4. Provide a current resume

Applications will only be accepted in an email to darren.smith@freycinet.tas.gov.au Please contact Darren on 0417 669 551 if you have any questions.

The register is consulted when casual needs arise.  An interview would occur when a work requirement exists.

People who wish to give back to the community through their work, can be trusted to work alone and positively represent Council and who are safety minded for both the team and themself are most suited to working with Council.

Applicants will need to provide referees for Council to speak with, be willing to undergo a work related medical, including drug and alcohol testing which continues in the workplace as part of routine support for a safe and healthy work environment.

Council accepts expressions of interest at any time of the year, this advertisement is to simply replenish the pool.