Manager Human Resources - V19/4660

Experience career and lifestyle at its best, all within the beauty of a World Heritage National Park. Where else can you:

•    Be part of a senior leadership team that is committed and values the engagement and development of its workforce
•    Play a lead role in driving organisational transformation and shaping organisation culture
•    Balance career and lifestyle taking advantage of additional leave, development support, fitness programs and fresh mountain air.

We have recently undertaken extensive consultation with our workforce to identify key areas of improvement for our organisation moving forward.  This position will 
work as part of our senior leadership team to drive performance improvement through the identification, development and delivery of HR programs and operations that align with the organisations strategic direction. 

This position will lead the HR team to achieve both strategic and operational outcomes and will collaborate with all levels of leadership across the organisation to deliver workforce strategies.  

To be successful in this position you will have qualifications and experience in leading a Human Resources function ideally within local government. You will have demonstrated leadership through inspiring direction and purpose; leading change, and managing and developing people.  You will be committed to delivering results through working collaboratively and having both a community and customer focus.

Applicants should address the Selection Criteria outlined in the position description above.

For further information contact:  Hailie Ryzak on 4780 5583.
Closing date:  23 August 2019.

 

Visitor Facilities Project Officer - V19/4661

Council is currently looking for a Visitor Facilities Project Officer to join the Environment Branch. You will be well resourced in order to plan, design and implement programs that help maintain and improve Council’s walking tracks and other visitor facilities. 

Applicants should have relevant qualifications and/or significant experience in the management of visitor infrastructure, construction in remote areas and project management.

Salary:  commencing at $2752.95 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Matthew Chambers on 4780 5694.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.
 

Program Leader Strategic Finance - V19/4664

We are seeking a highly skilled professional to support the achievement of a financially sustainable Council through provision of specialist financial advice and strategic financial planning. 

This position leads Council’s Strategic Finance Unit, developing the Long Term Financial Plan, Council’s Fit for the Future performance targets and 10 year Resourcing Strategy. 

The role will facilitate the development of Council’s Service Business Planning and be responsible for driving business improvement and innovation across the organisation.

Success in this role will require a professional with a high level of experience in strategic financial planning and CPA/CA qualification and/or degree in accounting. 

You will have an ability to collaborate and partner with the Executive, senior managers, and a range of other internal and external stakeholders in an environment of ongoing continuous improvement and change, as well as the ability to lead, resource and manage staff.

Salary:  commencing at $3879.21 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Patrick Hallinan on 4780 5328.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.
 

Aquatic Supervisor (Springwood Aquatic & Fitness Centre) (temporary 2019-2020 swim season; 30 September 2019 to 29 March 2020) - V19/4665

Join the fun and dynamic team that provides a safe, clean and hygienic environment for the Springwood Aquatic and Fitness Centre as well as exceptional customer service including providing advice on centre activities, conditions of entry and hazards.

Hours:  Monday 12:45pm - 8:30pm
              Sunday 1:30pm - 6:30pm

Applicants will need:

•    Certificate III Aquatics
•    Pool Lifeguard Award
•    First Aid Certificate
•    Working with Children Check 
•    Previous experience in the supervision and operation of public swimming pools

Salary:  commencing at $30.47 gross per hour. 
For further information contact:  Katrina Georgelos on 4723 5110.
Closing date:  25 August 2019.

 

Aquatic Supervisor (Blackheath Pool) (2 positions) (temporary 2019-2020 swim season; 3 November 2019 to 3 March 2019) - V19/4666

Join the fun and dynamic team that provides a safe, clean and hygienic environment for the Blackheath Pool as well as exceptional customer service including providing advice on centre activities, conditions of entry and hazards.

Position 1 
3 November 2019 to 3 March 2020
Monday to Friday 11:15am - 6:45pm

Position 2  
3 November 2019 to 3 March 2020
Tuesday, Wednesday + Friday 6:45am - 11:30am

Applicants will need:

•    Certificate III Aquatics
•    Pool Lifeguard Award
•    First Aid Certificate
•    Working with Children Check 
•    Previous experience in the supervision and operation of public swimming pools

Salary:  commencing at $30.47 gross per hour. 
For further information contact:  Elizabeth LeBreton on 4780 5152.
Closing date:  25 August 2019.
 

Aquatic Supervisor (Lawson Swim Centre (temporary 2019-2020 swim season; 30 September 2019 to 29 March 2020) - V19/4668

Join the fun and dynamic team that provides a safe, clean and hygienic environment for the Lawson Swim Centre as well as exceptional customer service including providing advice on centre activities, conditions of entry and hazards.

Hours:
•    Monday 1:30pm – 6:30pm
•    Thursday 1:30pm – 6:30pm
•    Saturday 1:30pm – 6:30pm

8:30pm finish during the months of December/January/February

Applicants will need:

•    Certificate III Aquatics
•    Pool Lifeguard Award
•    First Aid Certificate
•    Working with Children Check 
•    Previous experience in the supervision and operation of public swimming pools

Salary:  commencing at $30.47 gross per hour. 
For further information contact:  Elizabeth LeBreton on 4780 5152.
Closing date:  25 August 2019.
 

Aquatic Supervisor (Glenbrook Swim Centre) (3 positions) (temporary 2019-2020 swim season; 30 September 2019 to 29 March 2020) - V19/4669

Join the fun and dynamic team that provides a safe, clean and hygienic environment for the Glenbrook Swim Centre as well as exceptional customer service including providing advice on centre activities, conditions of entry and hazards.

Position 1
•    Monday 5am - 1:30pm
•    Tuesday 5am - 1:30pm
•    Wednesday 5am - 1:30pm

Position 2
•    Monday 1pm - 7:30pm 
•    Tuesday 1pm - 7:30pm
•    Saturday 7:30am – 2pm

Position 3
•    Wednesday 1pm - 7:30pm
•    Thursday 1pm - 7:30pm
•    Friday 1pm - 7:30pm

Applicants will need:

•    Certificate III Aquatics
•    Pool Lifeguard Award
•    First Aid Certificate
•    Working with Children Check 
•    Previous experience in the supervision and operation of public swimming pools

Salary:  commencing at $30.47 gross per hour. 
For further information contact:  Simon Kable on 4739 5880.
Closing date:  25 August 2019.
 

Reporting & Analysis Accountant - V19/4672

We are seeking an accounting professional to join the Strategic Finance Team to lead the development of high quality, timely and effective financial reports and to oversee Council’s grants, contributions and loans.

The Reporting & Analysis Accountant is responsible for: the consolidation and reporting of financial data; preparation of monthly, quarterly and year-end commercial and financial reports; and, reporting of grants, contributions and loans in accordance with Council and legislative requirements.

Success in this role will require a professional with tertiary accounting qualifications and expertise in financial reporting and analysis.

The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and written communication skills to facilitate collaboration with key finance, business and operational stakeholders to develop and implement ongoing financial reporting structures.

Salary:  commencing at $3200.67 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Patrick Hallinan on 4780 5328.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.
 

Street Name and Numbering Officer - V19/4673

A new and rewarding opportunity to work in the field of street naming and numbering (including alternate, sub and geo-coded addresses) within our Business and Information Systems team.
 
This role will be responsible for proactively reviewing, and systematically resolving, inconsistencies in property addresses. The successful candidate will apply Geographical Names Board of NSW policies and help to establish logical and consistent addressing patterns. 

The successful candidate will need to engage with key stakeholders including residents, action groups and government authorities to manage street naming and number issues.

An advanced certificate, associate diploma or equivalent combined with extensive experience in the application of skills in the most complex areas of the job.

Salary:  commencing at $2498.95 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Toby Adams on 4780 5568.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.
 

Statutory Planning Program Leader - V19/4674

The role plays a major role in Council’s statutory planning for the City.

The position focuses on a number of key areas, including the maintenance and updating of Council’s Local Environmental Plans and Development Controls Plans, overall policy review and the project management of Planning Proposals. The position also manages Council’s developer contributions system, and planning certificate service. 

The role will collaborate with the Strategic Land Use Program Leader, to contribute to strategic planning of the Blue Mountains, including the master planning of town centres and key areas within the City.   
The successful candidate will hold a tertiary qualification in town planning or related discipline and have a demonstrated high level ability in statutory land use policy and processes. The ability to demonstrate great people management skills to lead a small team, is also essential.  
 
Salary:  commencing at $3879.21 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Kim Barrett on 4780 5591.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.
 

Program Leader Civil Assets Maintenance & Construction - V19/4675

The Program Leader will lead a team that is responsible for the delivery of civil asset maintenance and construction works across the Blue Mountains Local Government area.

The candidate must have tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline or considerable experience in a similar role.  Extensive knowledge and experience in the construction and maintenance of civil assets, including roads, drainage structures, footpaths, retaining structures, etc.
 
Salary:  commencing at $3879.21 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Warren Gracey on 0414 195 321.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.

 

Learn to Swim Instructor (casual) - V19/4682

This position requires the enthusiastic delivery of our Learn to Swim Program to our customers in a fun, safe and engaging manner.  We are seeking instructors for weekday morning, weekday afternoon and weekend shifts.

You will need:

•    Austswim certification and Royal Lifesaving Swim and Survive Examiners Award;
•    Resuscitation Award;
•    Working with Children Check; and
•    Previous experience in the effective delivery of learn to swim classes.

Salary:  commencing at $34.40 gross per hour. 
For further information contact:  Simon Kable on 4739 5880.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.

 

Pool Lifeguard (Glenbrook Swim Centre) (5 positions) (temporary; 2019-2020 swim season; 30 September 2019 to 29 March 20120) - V19/4683

Join part of a fun dynamic team that provides a safe supervision for the Glenbrook Swim Centre as well as exceptional customer service including providing advice on centre activities, conditions of entry and hazards.  

Position 1
•    Monday 5:00am - 11:30am
•    Tuesday 5:00am - 11:30am
•    Wednesday 9:00am – 6:00pm

Position 2
•    Wednesday 5:00am - 11:30am 
•    Thursday 5:00am - 11:30am
•    Friday 5:00am – 11:30am

Position 3
•    Saturday 7:30am - 12:30pm
•    Sunday 7:30am - 12:30pm

Position 4
•    Sunday 12:00pm - 7:30pm
•    Monday 9:00am – 6:00pm

Position 5
•    Thursday 9:00am – 6:00pm
•    Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm
•    Saturday 12:00pm to 7:30pm

Applicants will need:

•    Pool Lifeguard License
•    First Aid Certificate
•    Working with Children Check 
•    Previous experience in the supervision and operation of public swimming pools

Salary:  commencing at $27.52 gross per hour. 
For further information contact:  Simon Kable on 4739 5880.
Closing date:  25 August 2019.
 

Pool Lifeguard (Lawson Swim Centre) (4 positions) (temporary; 2019-2020 swim season; 30 September 2019 to 29 March 20120) - V19/4688

Join part of a fun dynamic team that provides a safe supervision for the Glenbrook Swim Centre as well as exceptional customer service including providing advice on centre activities, conditions of entry and hazards.  

Position 1
•    Monday & Tuesday 9:00am - 11:00am
•    Friday 5:00pm – 8:30pm

Position 2
October/November and March
•    Saturday 11:30am - 2:00pm
December, January & February 
•    Saturday 11:30am - 4:30pm
•    Wednesday & Thursday 4:00pm – 8:30pm

Position 3
•    Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 9:00am - 11:00am
•    Sunday 7:30am - 12:30pm

Position 4
October/November and March
•    Sunday 2:00pm – 6:30pm
December, January & February 
•    Sunday, Monday & Tuesday 4:00pm - 8:30pm

Applicants will need:

•    Pool Lifeguard License
•    First Aid Certificate
•    Working with Children Check 
•    Previous experience in the supervision and operation of public swimming pools

Salary:  commencing at $27.52 gross per hour. 
For further information contact:  Alison Hoffman on 4780 5152.
Closing date:  1 September 2019.
 

 

Program Leader Natural Area Management - V19/4662

Council’s Environment Branch is a leading authority in natural resource management, and is looking to fill the newly created position of Program Leader, Natural Area Management. You will be well resourced in order to plan, design and implement programs that maintain the significant bushland and waterways managed by Council, and your work will help protect the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. 

Applicants should have relevant qualifications and/or significant experience in the natural asset management, including bush regeneration, threatened biodiversity recovery, reserve and protected area management.  The successful candidate will possess demonstrated experience in staff management, community engagement, strategic planning, as well as project and contractor management.

Limited private use of a Council vehicle is available to the position through a leaseback arrangement, subject to negotiation.

Salary:  commencing at $3879.21 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Nick Rigby on 4780 5579.
Closing date:  8 September 2019.
 

Program Leader Environment and Landscape - V19/4663

The successful candidate will lead the functions of:

•    Specialist environmental and landscape support and advice to the Development and Building Services Branch;
•    Council’s private lands and public lands tree officers including approvals to remove trees and urban tree management programs; and
•    Council’s urban weeds program.

The successful candidate will have relevant tertiary qualifications in environmental science, environmental management, environmental health, landscape design, arboriculture or a related field.

We are looking for a strong team player who will work as part of the leadership team in the Compliance and Specialist Services Branch.

Experience in staff supervision, program implementation and contract management will be highly desirable.

Limited private use of a Council vehicle is available to the position through a leaseback arrangement, subject to negotiation.

Salary:  commencing at $3879.21 gross per fortnight. 
For further information contact:  Brian Crane on 4780 5753.
Closing date:  8 September 2019.

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