Learn to Swim Instructor (casual) - V21/5198

Position Description    

You will be required to 

•    To safely and enthusiastically deliver the specified Learn to swim program to customers as listed on the instructor class role.
•    To assess each individual’s progress and award competency based certificates.
•    To advise parents of class re-booking, upcoming events and provide feedback on the child’s progress
•    To promote children to higher levels when they have completed all required competencies for the level.
•    To set up equipment in a safe manner and pack away equipment maintaining excellent housekeeping practices.
•    Other Duties
•    To ensure compliance to all business policies and procedures.

You be required:

•    Austswim certification or Royal Lifesaving Swim Teacher  
•    Resuscitation award
•    Working with Children Check 
•    Previous experience in the effective delivery of learn to swim classes

Salary:  commencing at $35.01 gross per hour.
For further information contact:  Liz Le Breton on 4780 5152.


Bushcare Officer (37.5 hours per fortnight) - V22/5384

Position Description    

Council is currently looking for a committed individual to join one of the largest local government natural area management teams.  In this role you will have the opportunity to work in a multi-disciplinary team that delivers a range of programs to improve the health and resilience of natural areas surrounding the World Heritage Area.

Applicants will have qualifications and / or a minimum of 2 years experience in natural resource management, in particular bush regeneration training, and meet further essential criteria with an emphasis on the management of high conversation value landscape and interpersonal skills.

Salary:  commencing at $1273.76 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Sandy Benson on 4780 5528.
Closing date:  6 February 2022.

Cultural Development Project Officer (12 months temporary; 32 hours per fortnight) - V22/5388

Position Description    

The primary role of this position is to complete specific cultural development projects within the Cultural Development portfolio with particular focus on the Blue Mountains City Council’s public art holdings, the City Art Collection and Braemar Gallery administration.

Working within the Cultural Services section, the Cultural Development Projects Officer will support and promote cultural activities throughout the Blue Mountains LGA. 

The successful candidate will be a dynamic and innovative thinker with attention to detail and high-level skills in project work. Their enthusiasm will be backed by relevant tertiary qualifications and experience in a similar position within the cultural sector. The candidate will have demonstrated high-level oral and written communication skills and a deep understanding of the value of the Arts to a healthy and vibrant community.  

Position works 16 hours per week; across a Monday to Friday work week.

Salary:  commencing at $1182.71 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Paul Brinkman on 4780 5510.
Closing date:  6 February 2022.

Assistant Printer (3 months temporary) - V22/5389

Position Description    

As an Assistant Printer you will work as part of our print team delivering printing services to both internal clients, and to external clients within the community.

Your day to day responsibilities will involve the operation of our printing technology to deliver high quality printing products like posters, booklets and flyers. 

The print room is highly regarded for its customer service, and working with clients will form an important part of the role. Further the print room is looking to continually increase its external income so this is a great chance to help with the promotion and marketing side of the operation.

Requirements include:

•    Day to day quoting and costing of printing jobs
•    Liaise with clients on their printing requirements
•    Deliver finished jobs to various clients
•    Assist in the promotion of print room services to increase external client base
•    Colour and composite digital printing and desktop publishing.

Salary:  commencing at $2114.52 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Toby Adams on 0431 399 258.
Closing date:  6 February 2022.

Application Information

Please download the position description for the position you are interested in and information on how to apply for a vacancy.

Applications, which address the selection criteria, be accompanied by a resume, references and copies of qualifications should be emailed to hresources@bmcc.nsw.gov.au prior to closing date.  

If you are unable to get access to a computer, hardcopy applications may be posted to:

Staff Applications
Blue Mountains City Council
Locked Bag 1005




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