Director Positions

Blue Mountains City Council is going through an exciting transformation and renewal period and is looking to recruit three executive senior leadership positions:

  • Director Strategy and Corporate Services
  • Director Cultural and Community Services
  • Director Economy Place and Infrastructure Services

Please click here for more information and Position Descriptions. 


Building Surveyor - Fire Safety (readvertised) - V19/4528

You will be responsible for managing Council’s Fire Safety Certificate/Statement obligations, and providing specialist fire safety advice into development applications. 

You will work as part of Council’s Development Monitoring Team involved in undertaking a range of regulatory enforcement work but specialising in building fire safety.  You will also investigate customer service requests and enforce acceptable standards of public health, safety and amenity. 

Accredited building certifiers will have the opportunity to maintain skills and experience in building certification under Part 4A of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act.

You will have tertiary qualifications in Building Surveying and applied knowledge and personal experience across a range of regulatory, development and building certification issues including building fire safety, public health and environmental management.

You will be technically proficient, have a positive outlook, committed to providing excellent customer service and be able to demonstrate highly developed communication, interpersonal, negotiation and report writing skills

Salary:  commencing at $3122.60 - $3438.80 gross per fortnight (depending on experience).
For further information contact:  Rodney Bles on 4780 5668.
Closing date:  5 May 2019. 

 

Loader / Driver (Bulky Waste & Kerbside Chipping) - V19/4545

You will be required to assist in the provision of an efficient and reliable Bulky Waste / Kerbside Chipping service for the community, which meets the requirements of the Blue Mountains City Council (Waste Services).

You will:

•    Hold a current HR Drivers licence (competent in both Manual and automatic);
•    Have a knowledge of and ability to operate heavy rear loading compactor and/or commercial chipping equipment;
•    Have a knowledge of, or experience in, waste collection procedures;
•    An ability to work with minimal supervision;
•    An ability to adapt to changing work environments;
•    An ability to complete relevant standard forms such as day sheets, timesheets, incident reports and injury claims;
•    An ability to operate heavy plant and equipment such as wood chippers;
•    A sound commitment to providing quality customer service;
•    Have knowledge, understanding and commitment to implementing EEO principles;
•    Have knowledge, understanding and commitment to implementing WH&S Act within the workplace; and 
•    Hold a Construction Induction Ticket.

Salary:  commencing at $1942.80 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Larry Fox on 4723 5381.
Closing date:  28 April 2019. 
 

Visitor Information Officer (casual) - V19/4546

You will be required to:

•    Provide information to visitors in person, by telephone, mail or email in a timely manner.
•    Efficiently process retail sales using POS cash register, Credit Card and Eftpos facilities.
•    Accurate balancing and reconciliations of daily takings and coordinate banking for the centre.
•    Maintain retail and information displays to maximize sales and enhance the overall appearance and presentation of the centre.
•    To assist the Centre Coordinator in stock control, including stock replenishment, ordering and stocktaking.
•    To improve the commercial viability of the centre by increasing retail sales and increasing the conversation of enquiries into bookings to meet or exceed budgets.
•    Maintain adequate supplies of brochures for distribution through the centre.
•    Provide refreshment service in a timely efficient manner.
•    Undertaking Supervisory duties as and when required by the Centre Coordinator.

Salary:  commencing at $2490.80 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Maxine Sales on 4723 5526.
Closing date:  28 April 2019. 
 

Junior Attendant (casual) - V19/4547

You will be required to:

•    To serve customers, including the processing of payments and recording visits and provide them with information on programs and services. 
•    To assist in cleaning as directed.
•    To assist with the delivery of children’s activities.
•    To supervise the pools to the standards outlined in the Pool Lifeguard award.

You will have:
 
•    A willingness to complete Pool Lifeguard Award – high level of swim competency
•    A willingness to complete a First aid award
•    Previous experience in voluntary work, paid work
•    Previous experience with leading children’s activities, sports coaching, umpiring

Salary:  dependant on age.
For further information contact:  Katrina Georgelos on 4723 5110.
Closing date:  28 April 2019. 
 

Administration Officer - V19/4548

The purpose of this position is to provide a high level of administrative support.  

This position will support and contribute to the development of administrative processes and systems to ensure efficient and effective outcomes.

Council is looking for a person who has demonstrated experience in developing and maintaining quality administrative systems and processes. 
The successful candidate is a self-starter, with a curious, problem solving mindset and a high level of interpersonal skills.  

They are able to build positive working relationships and work collaboratively to achieve desired outcomes and are able to communicate with people from all levels of the organisation.
They will have proven record of using and integrating technology, knowledge and skills into work practices and procedures to achieve established work standards.

Salary:  commencing at $2438.00 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Eva Trcka on 4780 5493.
Closing date:  28 April 2019. 

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