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.
- TOWN MAINTENANCE - TRIABUNNA - APPLICATIONS CLOSE 26 JULY 2018
- CORPORATE SERVICES CO-ORDINATOR
- COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR
TOWN MAINTENANCE – FULL TIME POSITION – TRIABUNNA
Council seeks the services of a municipal worker with experience in a relevant trade to fill a vacancy in the Works Department at the southern end of our municipal area.
Duties will include outdoor works associated with Council’s works programs in the areas of general town maintenance and parks and reserves activities.
A salary in line with the current Glamorgan Spring Bay Council Enterprise Agreement is being offered.
A position description and information pack is available via the link below.
Applicants are required to submit the standard application form which is in the Information Pack and address the selection criteria, including a resume and the names and contact details of two referees.
More specific enquiries on the role should be directed to Tony Pollard, Manager Works on (03) 6256 4777.
Applications should be marked ‘Confidential – ‘Works Position’ and addressed to the General Manager at PO Box 6, Triabunna 7190. Applications will be received up to 4:00pm on Thursday 26th July 2018.
An ongoing position is available for a Corporate Services Coordinator ideally working three to five days a week, with flexibility in hours offered from 26-37.5 hours per week to attract the best candidate. This is a senior officer role that will report directly to the General Manager.
The position is responsible for Council’s corporate administrative team and liaising with consultants used to support corporate activities. The successful incumbent will be systems savvy with a strong ability to identify opportunities for efficiency and implement solutions to realise these.
The position is primarily focussed in financial matters and it is expected that whilst the applicant will not necessarily be an accountant, they will have sound, high level financial knowledge and skills. The financial scope of the role is broad including accounts payable, receivable, payroll and general reporting.
The ideal candidate will be a practical, solution oriented, decision maker who is open to new ideas and comfortable in leading people, system and process change.
For questions about the role please contact Kristy Scott, Council’s HR consultant on 0419 534 470 or email@example.com
Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications must review the application package here and return the required components to be considered for the role.
Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has a position 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 will be suitably qualified with experience in urban and regional planning and a sound understanding of planning for a coastal environment. The individual will be a great communicator, adept negotiator and will possess strong analytical and problem solving skills. 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. The application pack is found below or contact Shane Wells, Development and Compliance Manager on email@example.com or on 0400 336 796.
Applications close 5pm, 15 July 2018.
Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has a position vacant of ‘Compliance Coordinator’ on a full-time ongoing basis. The role will provide coordination of Council’s compliance function.
The Regulatory Services Department is responsible for Council compliance in the areas of planning, building, plumbing, environmental health, dog control and fire abatement.
Applicants with a strong background in compliance ideally in local government, that have high level attention to detail and ability to prioritise tasks and meet strict deadlines should apply. Individuals with a professional service orientation, who are highly motivated and feel comfortable dealing with conflict and negotiating outcomes would be best suited to the position.
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. The application pack is found below or contact Shane Wells, Development and Compliance Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0400 336 796.
Applications close 5pm, 15 July 2018.