EMPLOYMENT

Considering applying for a position with Glamorgan Spring Bay Council?  You’ll find further information on what this beautiful region has to offer here.

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.

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has an ongoing full-time position as a Director of Planning and Development.   This is a key leadership role with the opportunity to make a difference to the team and in doing so, the municipality served.

Applicants will be reported by others to be engaging, inspiring and experienced in having supported individuals and teams to identify and work through change in a positive and constructive way.  People who have worked in or are knowledgeable of local government area strongly encouraged to apply.

The position has responsibility for planning, compliance and Council’s unique operation of medical centres as a fundamental service sought when considering most types of development across the municipality.  The person applying may have experience in one or more of these areas along with the most important aspect; being a strong and experienced leader.

The municipality of Glamorgan Spring Bay Council is pristine.  Multiple townships that are surrounded by the water, mountains to explore, 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.

All applicants must review the applicant information pack and complete the required forms and return these together with a resume and cover letter addressing the role requirements as set out in the position description. For further information in respect to the role please contact Council’s Human Resource Consultant kristy@hrisesp.com.au or 0419 534 470.

Applications will be assessed on a weekly basis with the advert to remain live until such time an appointment is made.

An ongoing full-time or part-time (minimum of 20 hours per week), role is available for a Works and Development Technical Officer based at the Triabunna Office.

The position will be focussed primarily on assessing development applications in relation to their impact on and integration with Council’s civil infrastructure.  There will also be a requirement to support works activities in projects and general and routine works in terms of technical problem solving and guidance.

People with experience in local government development and that possess a strong civil infrastructure knowledge are strongly encouraged to apply.  Applicants will also possess a high level of attention to detail in reading plans, standards, legislation and will have strong interpersonal skills including an ability to relay technical information in a user-friendly way directly to customers.  The person will also have ability to problem solve and investigate noncompliance issues in the civil infrastructure area.

All applicants must review the applicant information pack and complete the required forms and return these together with a resume and cover letter addressing the role requirements as set out in the position description. For further information in respect to the role please contact Council’s Human Resource Consultant kristy@hrisesp.com.au or 0419 534 470.

Applications will be assessed on a weekly basis with the advert to remain live until such time an appointment is made.

A fixed-term role is available for a Project Manager – Federal Grants.  The role is to commence as soon as possible and will conclude in November 2021.

The role can be full-time or for part-time fill if suitably qualified applicants are seeking this.

The role will be based at Triabunna and will have a primary focus on ensuring the projects are acquitted in accordance with contracts with consultants/contractors and as per grant deeds. These projects are in the design phase.

The projects covered by this role are:

  1. Bicheno Triangle upgrade CDG-1131 – $600,000
  2. Bicheno Footpath Drought Funding – $400,000
  3. Bicheno Gulch CDG-1130 – $1,500,000
  4. Coles Bay Foreshore path CDG-1129 – $1,000,000
  5. Swansea Main Street CDG-1143 – $1,000,000

People with experience managing projects, ideally funded by government bodies are strongly encouraged to apply.  Applicants will have highly developed contract management skills, be experienced in detailed financial reporting and funding acquittal and will ideally have knowledge of or have worked in a civil or construction space.  A degree in project management or a related field and experience managing projects of $500K or more is also required.

All applicants must review the  applicant information pack and complete the required forms and return these together with a resume and cover letter addressing the role requirements as set out in the position description. For further information in respect to the role please contact Council’s Human Resource Consultant kristy@hrisesp.com.au or 0419 534 470.

Applications will be considered on a weekly basis and the advert will remain active until such time an appointment is made.