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 a vacant full-time ongoing position of ‘Compliance Coordinator’.  The role will provide coordination of Council’s full compliance function.

The role forms part of the Planning and Development Department that is responsible for all areas of compliance including planning, building, plumbing, environmental health, dog control, weed and fire abatement.  The role has an equal focus on education and enforcement to ensure the community can live in and enjoy being part of a municipality that operates within the boundaries of the various legislation it is governed by.

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.  To discuss any position information please contact the Director Planning & Development, Alex Woodward on (03) 6256 4765 or  0400 521 242.  Applications are to be sent to Council’s HR Consultant at  kristy@hrisesp.com.au

Applications close 5pm, 21 March 2021.

  • Opportunity to be part of an executive leadership team under a new General Manager.
  • A diverse portfolio.
  • Seeking energy and positivity to move a Council forward.

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has a newly created ongoing position as a Director of Corporate and Community.   This role forms part of a three directorate executive reporting directly to the General Manager.  This role will have a significant impact both internally for Council staff and externally across the municipality.

Applicants will be leaders who are decisive, constructive and able to foster a continuous improvement culture across a diverse team.  A person who is able to balance needs, set priorities and enjoys challenge across a broad areas of responsibilities is best suited to the position.

The role has an equal focus across all corporate support activities; finance, human resources, safety, customer service, information technology, risk management, records and general administration.  The position also has the opportunity to drive and lead municipal development be from the perspective of community engagement and creating economic prosperity.

To fulfil these responsibilities the person may have a business background and qualification(s).  Experience in or working with government is desirable.  Above all the person will be a proven leader who is able to contribute at a senior level and make a difference across all operational aspects of responsibility.

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.

Please review the application package for more information. To discuss any position information please contact Council’s HR Consultant, Kristy Scott, on phone 0419 534 470 or email kristy@hrisesp.com.au

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

Please note the Director position was advertised in December 2020 however no appointment was made.  The role has been revised to reflect other organisational changes and needs.

  • Motivated by financial improvement
  • Able to contribute to financial process, policy, procedure
  • Astute with contemporary accounting systems

Glamorgan Spring Bay Council has a newly created ongoing position as an Accountant.  The role has flexibility to consider a qualified and experienced accountant through to a 3rd year part-time study completion or recent graduate.

The position will ideally work Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays reporting through to the Director Corporate & Community.  The Accountant will have support from a team including a Senior Finance Officer and Corporate Services Officers.

Applicants who are knowledgeable in accounting standards, budgeting, financial reporting are best suited to the role.  People that have had experience in a financial processing role to support problem solving and improvement processes in financial management will be highly regarded.

The role also has a strong focus on managing financials against long term financial plans and in handling the asset management data to support financial modelling.  There is also involvement in risk management to support Council with its broader risk management responsibilities.

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.

Please review the application package for more information. To discuss any position information please contact Council’s HR Consultant, Kristy Scott, on phone 0419 534 470 or email kristy@hrisesp.com.au

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.