Manager Business and Information Services

 
Located within a spectacular World Heritage Area, the City of Blue Mountains offers an enviable lifestyle to 80,000 people within 27 distinct towns and villages, and a unique visitor experience to millions of tourists every year.  

Within this setting, Blue Mountains City Council is working to create a City that is vibrant, inclusive, accessible and sustainable. Our exciting transformation program has resulted in new vacancies and leadership roles. We are now seeking an experienced and capable Manager Business and Information Systems to join our Senior Leadership Team.

The Role
Reporting to the Director Strategy and Corporate Services, the Manager Business and Information Systems will play a key role in guiding and supporting the Council’s enterprise wide business system, digital and information management transformation and service delivery programs. The position will ensure Council’s business systems are fit for the future, integrated and supporting the requirements of a service focused business. 

The position is responsible for leading a highly committed team in the areas of:

•    Information & Communication Technology Services;
•    Systems Management & Development; 
•    Information and Records Management; and
•    Geospatial and Land Information 

Skills and Experience
We are looking for a Manager Business and Information Systems with skills and experience in supporting implementation of an Enterprise Knowledge and Business Management Systems within a council. You will have the capability to ensure the Council’s technology and business systems are well-planned, fit for the future, integrated and supporting organisational business requirements. 

Most likely you will hold qualifications in computing technology or information/ knowledge management. You will have experience and skills in managing a portfolio of business systems and information management projects. 

You will have well developed staff management skills and the capability to bring a diverse team of professionals together with strong, strategy-led and service-focused leadership. You will model, support and encourage behaviour that provides a safe, productive and collaborative work environment. 

The Offer
A competitive package is on offer, inclusive of superannuation, free car parking and an additional 6 days leave provision to the annual 4 weeks available. 

To Apply

For further information contact John Hussey at jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

To apply for this Manager position, send applications to our Recruitment Partner Tanner Kerry at tanner@k2.net.au.  

Applicants who do not address the Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and potential employees.
 

Manager Development and Building Services

 
Located within a spectacular World Heritage Area, the City of Blue Mountains offers an enviable lifestyle to 80,000 people within 27 distinct towns and villages, and a unique visitor experience to millions of tourists every year.  

Within this setting, Blue Mountains City Council is working to create a City that is vibrant, inclusive, accessible and sustainable. Our exciting transformation program has resulted in new vacancies and leadership roles. We are now seeking an experienced and capable Manager Development and Building Services to join our Senior Leadership Team.

The Role
This position is responsible for providing high quality integrated land-use management systems, development application assessment and advisory services across all classes of development, including building certification. The promotion of excellent customer service and delivery of the organisation outcomes in relation to sustainable development.

Skills and Experience
We are looking for a highly skilled Manager Development and Building Services Performance with experience in such areas as land use planning, building and construction, environmental or urban planning and management.  You will have extensive experience providing development application assessment and/or building certification assessment services and in leading a strong customer service culture. Proven ability to support and/or represent the Council in legal matters is also required.

Most likely you will hold qualifications in Urban Planning, Building Surveying, Development Engineering or related discipline.  You will have the capability to bring a diverse team of professionals together and to model, support and encourage behaviour that provides a safe, productive and collaborative work environment. 

The Offer
A competitive package is on offer, inclusive of superannuation, free car parking and an additional 6 days leave provision to the annual 4 weeks available. 

To Apply

For further information contact John Hussey at jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

To apply for this Manager position, send applications to our Recruitment Partner Tanner Kerry at tanner@k2.net.au.  

Applicants who do not address the Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and potential employees.

 

Manager Executive Business

 
Located within a spectacular World Heritage Area, the City of Blue Mountains offers an enviable lifestyle to 80,000 people within 27 distinct towns and villages, and a unique visitor experience to millions of tourists every year.  

Within this setting, Blue Mountains City Council is working to create a City that is vibrant, inclusive, accessible and sustainable. Our exciting transformation program has resulted in new vacancies and leadership roles. We are now seeking an experienced and capable Executive Business Manager to join our Senior Leadership Team and play a key advisory and supporting role working directly with the Chief Executive Officer.

The Role
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer the Executive Business Manager is responsible for managing the Office of the Chief Executive Officer which includes key areas of Governance and Civic Services, Communications and Public Relations, Workplace Health and Safety, Risk and Internal Audit and Partnerships and Special Projects.
You will be a key advisor on civic leadership, governance, stakeholder management and priority organisational special projects. 

Skills and Experience
Most likely you will hold qualifications in areas such as Business Management, Governance, organisational support and/or significant experience in a similar role. You will have a demonstrable history of strong leadership delivering outcomes in complex, transforming organisations operating within strong governance and public accountability environments. Naturally, you have a strategic and operational mindset, and a passion for ethical governance and civic service.

You will have the ability to bring a diverse team of professionals together with strong, strategy-led and service-focused leadership. You will model, support and encourage behaviour that provides a safe, productive and collaborative work environment. 

The Offer
A competitive package is on offer, inclusive of superannuation, free car parking and an additional 6 days leave provision to the annual 4 weeks available. 

To Apply

For further information contact John Hussey at jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

To apply for this Manager position, send applications to our Recruitment Partner Tanner Kerry at tanner@k2.net.au.  

Applicants who do not address the Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and potential employees.

 

Manager Infrastructure

 
Located within a spectacular World Heritage Area, the City of Blue Mountains offers an enviable lifestyle to 80,000 people within 27 distinct towns and villages, and a unique visitor experience to millions of tourists every year.  

Within this setting, Blue Mountains City Council is working to create a City that is vibrant, inclusive, accessible and sustainable. Our exciting transformation program has resulted in new vacancies and leadership roles. We are now seeking an experienced and capable Manager Infrastructure to join our Senior Leadership Team and play a key role in delivering for the City of Blue Mountains.

The Role
Reporting to the Director Economy Place and Infrastructure, the Manager Infrastructure is responsible for planning, design, procurement, delivery and maintenance of the City’s civil and transport infrastructure (roads, drainage, footpaths and buildings) and the delivery of the annual Asset Works Program, including a wide range of infrastructure projects.

Skills and Experience 
We are looking for a highly experienced Infrastructure Manager with excellent people management and leadership skills. Most likely you will hold qualifications in a built infrastructure-related area such as Civil Engineering or Construction, and have experience working in complex organisations operating within strong governance and public accountability environments. You will have significant experience managing a portfolio of infrastructure projects and ensuring safety and risk mitigation. 

You will have the capability to bring a diverse team of professionals together with strong, strategy-led and service-focused leadership. You will model, support and encourage behaviour that provides a safe, productive and collaborative work environment. 

The Offer
A competitive package is on offer, inclusive of superannuation, free car parking and an additional 6 days leave provision to the annual 4 weeks available. 

To Apply

For further information contact John Hussey at jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

To apply for this Manager position, send applications to our Recruitment Partner Tanner Kerry at tanner@k2.net.au.  

Applicants who do not address the Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and potential employees.

 

Manager Property and Commercial Services

 
Located within a spectacular World Heritage Area, the City of Blue Mountains offers an enviable lifestyle to 80,000 people within 27 distinct towns and villages, and a unique visitor experience to millions of tourists every year.  

Within this setting, Blue Mountains City Council is working to create a City that is vibrant, inclusive, accessible and sustainable. Our exciting transformation program has resulted in new vacancies and leadership roles. We are now seeking an experienced and capable Manager Property and Commercial Services to join our Senior Leadership Team and play a key role in delivering for the City of Blue Mountains.

The Role
Reporting to the Director Economy Place and Infrastructure, the Manager Property and Commercial Activities is responsible for managing the Council’s extensive property portfolio including all operational, community and commercial properties, including Tourist Parks at Katoomba and Blackheath and for managing the Council’s Trade Services and Hazardous Materials teams.

Skills and Experience
We are looking for a highly skilled and experienced property and commercial activities manager with excellent people management and leadership skills. Most likely you will hold qualifications in property and commercial activity management and have a sound understanding of relevant Acts and planning instruments informing management of property in NSW local government context. You will have significant experience managing a portfolio of property and/ or commercial activities and in ensuring workplace health and safety requirements are being met and risks effectively mitigated. 

You will have the ability to bring a diverse team of professionals together with strong, strategy-led and service-focused leadership. You will model, support and encourage behaviour that provides a safe, productive and collaborative work environment. 

The Offer
A competitive package is on offer, inclusive of superannuation, free car parking and an additional 6 days leave provision to the annual 4 weeks available. 

To Apply

For further information contact John Hussey at jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

To apply for this Manager position, send applications to our Recruitment Partner Tanner Kerry at tanner@k2.net.au.  

Applicants who do not address the Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and potential employees.

 

Manager Risk and Internal Audit

 
Located within a spectacular World Heritage Area, the City of Blue Mountains offers an enviable lifestyle to 80,000 people within 27 distinct towns and villages, and a unique visitor experience to millions of tourists every year.  

Within this setting, Blue Mountains City Council is working to create a City that is vibrant, inclusive, accessible and sustainable. Our exciting transformation program has resulted in new vacancies and leadership roles. We are now seeking an experienced and capable Manager Risk and Internal Audit to join our Senior Leadership Team.

The Role
Reporting to the Executive Business Manager, the Manager Risk and Internal Audit is responsible for implementing effective and efficient audit and risk management systems and strengthening the Council’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework. The position supports the Council’s Audit and Risk Improvement Committee and plays a key advisory role to the Council on enterprise risk management and internal audit matters.  

Skills and Experience
Most likely you will hold qualifications of relevance to the position in such areas as risk management, audit and compliance, business management and/ or extensive experience in in a similar role. You will have a demonstrable history of delivering outcomes in complex, transforming organisations operating within strong governance and public accountability environments. Naturally, you will have a passion for ethical governance and civic service.

You will have the ability to bring diverse teams of professionals together with strong, strategy-led and service-focused risk management leadership. You will model, support and encourage behaviour that provides a safe, productive and collaborative work environment. 

The Offer
A competitive package is on offer, inclusive of superannuation, free car parking and an additional 6 days leave provision to the annual 

To Apply

For further information contact John Hussey at jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

To apply for this Manager position, send applications to our Recruitment Partner Tanner Kerry at tanner@k2.net.au.  

Applicants who do not address the Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and potential employees.

 

Manager Strategy and Performance

 
Located within a spectacular World Heritage Area, the City of Blue Mountains offers an enviable lifestyle to 80,000 people in 27 distinct towns and villages, and a unique visitor experience to millions of tourists every year. 

Within this setting, Blue Mountains City Council is working to create a City that is vibrant, inclusive, accessible and sustainable. Our exciting transformation program has resulted in new vacancies and leadership roles. 

We are now seeking an experienced and capable Manager Strategy and Performance to join our Senior Leadership Team.

The Role
Reporting to the Director Strategy and Corporate Services, the Manager Strategy and Performance is responsible for ensuring the Council is “strategy-led” and ‘service-focused” and fulfils its requirements under the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework for achieving a more sustainable Local Government Area – socially, economically and environmentally.  This includes developing and updating the Blue Mountains Community Strategic Plan and the 4-Year Delivery Program in close consultation with community and other key stakeholders. 

The position plays a key role in setting long-term direction and reporting on overall performance of the City and the organisation against objectives of the Blue Mountains Community Strategic Plan. In close collaboration with staff, this position guides the long-term direction for Council services including development of Service Business Plans for all service areas. 

Skills and Experience
We are looking for a highly strategic manager with experience and skills in city and organisational planning and performance monitoring. You will have understanding and experience in implementing NSW Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework and demonstrated skills in developing and maintaining performance monitoring and reporting systems relevant to the role and to a service focused organisation. You will have proven ability to deliver results and respond effectively to changing circumstances and high level of communicate effectively and manage a multi-disciplinary team, work collaboratively and foster working relationships with people at all levels

The Offer
A competitive package is on offer, inclusive of superannuation, free car parking and an additional 6 days leave provision to the annual 4 weeks available. 

To Apply

For further information contact John Hussey at jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

To apply for this Manager position, send applications to our Recruitment Partner Tanner Kerry at tanner@k2.net.au.  

Applicants who do not address the Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Closing date: 21 June 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and potential employees.

 

WHS Advisor - V19/4569

This role will contribute to BMCC’s ability to deliver sustainable and continuously improving WH&S, Injury Management and Workers Compensation outcomes by developing and maintaining a capability that learns from safety related incidents; gains insight into current safety practices; communicates learnings to the business; and generally fosters a culture of safety throughout the enterprise. This position is designed to be strongly field based, with focus on review /assistance and training in correct WH&S practices and Councils WHS system requirements. This role also will play a major part in team building and liason with contractors, field staff and BMCC management. 

Skilled and experienced WHS practitioner, with the ability to work autonomously, in a multi-faceted, service oriented business. Applicant will have recognised workplace training and assessment skills, be able to collate and present reports on WHS matters, and have effective people management skills, and a drive to deliver effective service.

A company supplied motor vehicle (for Operational use) is a tool of trade for this role, along with the necessary technological tools to perform in today’s workplace.

Salary:  commencing at $3122.60 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Grant Medlock on 4780 5456.
Closing date:  16 June 2019.

 

Workplace Health & Safety Analyst / Administrator (28 hours per week) - V19/4571

This position is responsible for compiling, and reporting to the CSO of Work Health and Safety (WHS) issues / incidents as they are raised and received in the WHS unit, and generating WHS statistical information and reports as required. 

The role is also inclusive of data entry and control of Workers Compensation and Injury management data, and maintaining any other specialist WHS database proposed or in use. 
The incumbent will provide analytical reviews and reports of data recorded in the databases. 
The incumbent may also be required to provide assistance to the CDO in WHS management system reviews /documentation revisions.

All administrative functions relating to the Work Health and Safety unit are carried out by this position. 

This role also will play a major part in team building and liason with contractors, field staff and BMCC management at varying times. 

Skilled and experienced in Microsoft Office, TRIM and other BMCC programmes, and some exposure would be desirable to WHS recording /reporting systems. The person must have the ability to work autonomously, in a multi-faceted, service oriented business. Applicant will be able to communicate at all levels of the business , be able to collate and present reports on WHS matters, and have effective people management skills, and a drive to deliver effective service.

Salary:  commencing at $2839.80 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Grant Medlock on 4780 5456.
Closing date:  16 June 2019.

 

Worker's Compensation & Injury Management Advisor (21 hours per week) - V19/4572 

This position will manage all aspects of BMCC’s claims management processes associated with Workers Compensation and Injury Management and Return to Work for employees, including lodging claims, and the ongoing management of claims, claims reviews and the return to work program management for an employee. 

The role will manage the application and renewal processes for the BMCC Workers Compensation policy, you will also review and advise on Workers Compensation, Injury Management, Work Health and Safety (WH&S) and BMCC WHS Risk Management protocols and procedures.

A positive customer service experience is to be maintained, through the provision of advice and direction relating to workers’ compensation, workplace rehabilitation services, general WHS and relevant WH&S risk management policies and procedures.
You must Interact with the workplace, work teams and management. An open demeanour and positive communicative style is required to maintain and build relationships.

Skilled and experienced in Microsoft Office, Trim and other BMCC programmes, and some exposure would be desirable to WHS recording /reporting systems. The person must have the ability to work autonomously, in a multi-faceted, service oriented business. Applicant will be able to communicate at all levels of the business , be able to collate and present reports on WHS matters, and have effective people management skills, and a drive to deliver effective service.

Salary:  commencing at $2685.80 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Grant Medlock on 4780 5456.
Closing date:  16 June 2019.

 

Connecting to Country Project Officer (17.5 hours per week) - V19/4573

The Connecting to Country Project Officer will further develop the BMCC Connecting to Country Program working with Aboriginal Traditional Owners to shape and implement a program which achieves cultural, social, spiritual and economic outcomes for Traditional Owners and the Aboriginal community on Country.  This position will also assist with the development of Co-management opportunities.
 
The successful candidate for this position will have a demonstrated understanding of and experience in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and cultural matters. A high level of practical experience in developing programs which relate to addressing the social, cultural or economic needs of Aboriginal people. This position also requires a sound awareness or experience in Aboriginal Co-Management agreements or processes.  

To be considered for this position, applicants must be Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander. Being Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander is a genuine qualification for this position as authorised under section 14d – NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

Salary:  commencing at $2685.80 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Brad Moore on 4780 5560.
Closing date:  7 July 2019.

 

Aquatic Supervisor (22.5 hours per week) - V19/4575

You will:

1.    Undertake diligent lifeguarding to the standards of Guideline for Safe pool operation.
2.    Undertake the role of warden in an emergency evacuation while at an indoor pool and the role of Chief warden at an outdoor pool and provide first aid
3.    Deliver School inductions and LTS evacuation practices. 
4.    Monitor behaviour and enforce the Centre’s Conditions of Entry and KW@PP. 
5.    Undertake water testing and maintain chemical balance within NSW health Guidelines.
6.    Undertake cleaning and housekeeping to ensure hygenic and inviting conditions.
7.    Provide support and equipment to staff and groups conducting programs and activities.
8.    Provide direction to lifeguards, including rotation and task allocation.
9.    Undertake routine plant room tasks, including the cleaning of the dosing systems and additional of chemicals
10.    Identify Hazards, assess hazard risks and report any injury or near miss immediately.
11.    Ensure end-of-day and/or end-of-shift procedures are completed safely, accurately and efficiently.
12.    Administer the fees and charges as resolved by the Council, monitor bands indicating payment, taking payment as required and class roles.
13.    Maintain work records including hourly visitation, pool tests, corrective measures, plant room checks, and as required financial records, membership records.

You will require:

•    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 $2081.00 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Liz Le Breton on 4780 5152.
Closing date:  16 June 2019.

 

HR Services Officer - Payroll & Remuneration - V19/4578

The position is responsible for the provision of an accurate, timely and customer focused production of Council’s fortnightly payroll process. The position will coordinate all pay runs to ensure accuracy, timeliness and compliance with all requirements.  

The position will work with all of the HR team to provide pro-active advice and support to enable the effective delivery of HR activities in addition to payroll.  The role is highly operational with opportunities for development in a small, hands on team. 

This is a full time, 2 year contract position with the possibility of permanency at the end of that period.  

Thorough understanding of payroll principles, legal responsibilities, activities, requirements and ability to implement these in the workplace to deliver desired outcomes.  Experience with Chris21/iChris HRIS system essential.  Strong demonstrated customer service ethic required.  Willingness to “lend a hand” across the entire HR function for personal development opportunities and support desirable. 

Salary:  commencing at $2685.80 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Sarah Earnshaw on 4780 5509.
Closing date:  23 June 2019.

 

Program Leader, Corporate Communications & Marketing - V19/4579

You will be required to effectively lead and manage a program to ensure the development and delivery of internal and external corporate communications and marketing initiatives, including digital and social media, web content, corporate branding and community engagement.

Develop and maintain a corporate communication framework and policy suite and enhance strong professional working relationships.  Support and strengthen the brand and reputation of Blue Mountains City Council and provide high level specialist advice and timely and professional communication support to the CEO, office of the Mayor and staff, including the development of communications strategies, collateral and speech writing.

You will have:

•    Tertiary qualifications and/or demonstrated experience related to communications, journalism, marketing, public relations or related field.
•    Extensive media, issues, risk and crisis communications experience.
•    Experience in managing communications strategy development and in providing high level communications advice and support to senior management.
•    Excellent written and oral communication; negotiation and problem solving skills.
•    Proven ability to build and maintain strategic stakeholder relationships and thorough knowledge of community engagement principles and practice.
•    Professional time management and administrative skills.
•    Exceptional interpersonal skills and high level skill of ethics/ professional integrity.
•    Ability to exercise sound judgement in dealing with complex and sensitive communication issues.
•    Class C drivers licence.
•    Ability to work outside of core hours as required.
•    Advanced Microsoft Word skills. Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to Occupational Health and Safety and Equal Employment Opportunity principles.

Salary:  commencing at $3784.60 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  John Hussey via email only - jhussey@bmcc.nsw.gov.au.
Closing date:  23 June 2019.

 

Records Officer - V19/4574

Records Officers contribute to the complete range of activities and responsibilities that ensure Council’s records provide a valued and well-managed information resource. 
 
Records Officers have a sound understanding of, and contribute to the implementation of relevant legislation such as the Records, Privacy and GIPA Acts, by ensuring that Council’s records are accurate, accountable, well-managed and disposed of in a timely manner after due authorisation.  They make complex judgments about records classifications, within a strong knowledge of the business processes that create and use those records.

Relevant tertiary qualifications and experience in records management, library or other information management professions is necessary with a sound knowledge of electronic records management systems and records management processes and principles

Job share options will be considered.

Salary:  commencing at $2240.60 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Jane Chacana on 4780 5705.
Closing date:  30 June 2019. 

 

Team Leader S2 (Heavy Patch) - V19/4577

You will be required to effectively manage a team of up to 10 people to deliver asphalt patching maintenance objectives on Council Roads, around drains and where directed in a timely manner whilst maintaining a high quality of customer relations to Council’s stakeholders. There will be items of plant to be managed and you may be required to work with other teams to achieve goals. Records will be required to be kept and submitted as required by the supervisor. The successful applicant will be required to employ best practice work processes and seek to continually improve work procedures. The successful applicant will be working on a 35 hour 9 day fortnight.

You will have:

•    Experience in civil construction and road maintenance activities
•    White card
•    MR driver’s License (HR would be an advantage)
•    Experience in staff motivation
•    Computer skills 
•    Effective oral and written communications
•    An effective part of a team
•    Sound knowledge of WHS and EEO principles and practices
•    A commitment to continual improvement

Salary:  commencing at $2240.60 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Trevor Smith on 4723 5072.
Closing date:  30 June 2019. 

 

Waste & Resource Management Coordinator - V19/4580

This position will coordinate and support the development, implementation and review of waste and resource management strategies in the Blue Mountains. It will liaise with consultants, contractors and other government agencies, as well as multiple teams within Council.

The successful candidate will have excellent communication and negotiation skills and be able to independently research, analyse and recommend options for solving problems. They will preferably have current knowledge of the NSW waste and recycling industry to provide a professional advisory role to relevant staff within Council.

Salary:  commencing at $3122.60 gross per fortnight.
For further information contact:  Rebecca Tempest on 4780 5621.
Closing date:  30 June 2019. 

 

Aquatic Supervisor (20.25hpw) - V19/4581

You will:

1.    Undertake diligent lifeguarding to the standards of Guideline for Safe pool operation.
2.    Undertake the role of warden in an emergency evacuation while at an indoor pool and the role of Chief warden at an outdoor pool and provide first aid
3.    Deliver School inductions and LTS evacuation practices. 
4.    Monitor behaviour and enforce the Centre’s Conditions of Entry and KW@PP. 
5.    Undertake water testing and maintain chemical balance within NSW health Guidelines.
6.    Undertake cleaning and housekeeping to ensure hygienic and inviting conditions.
7.    Provide support and equipment to staff and groups conducting programs and activities.
8.    Provide direction to lifeguards, including rotation and task allocation.
9.    Undertake routine plant room tasks, including the cleaning of the dosing systems and additional of chemicals
10.    Identify Hazards, assess hazard risks and report any injury or near miss immediately.
11.    Ensure end-of-day and/or end-of-shift procedures are completed safely, accurately and efficiently.
12.    Administer the fees and charges as resolved by the Council, monitor bands indicating payment, taking payment as required and class roles.
13.    Maintain work records including hourly visitation, pool tests, corrective measures, plant room checks, and as required financial records, membership records.
14.    To ensure compliance to all business policies and procedures.
15.    To report all WHS issues, incidents or injuries to the Centre team leader

You will require:

•    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 $2081.00 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Katrina Georgelos on 4723 5110.
Closing date:  30 June 2019. 
 

 

Aquatic Supervisor (14.75hpw) - V19/4582

You will:

1.    Undertake diligent lifeguarding to the standards of Guideline for Safe pool operation.
2.    Undertake the role of warden in an emergency evacuation while at an indoor pool and the role of Chief warden at an outdoor pool and provide first aid
3.    Deliver School inductions and LTS evacuation practices. 
4.    Monitor behaviour and enforce the Centre’s Conditions of Entry and KW@PP. 
5.    Undertake water testing and maintain chemical balance within NSW health Guidelines.
6.    Undertake cleaning and housekeeping to ensure hygienic and inviting conditions.
7.    Provide support and equipment to staff and groups conducting programs and activities.
8.    Provide direction to lifeguards, including rotation and task allocation.
9.    Undertake routine plant room tasks, including the cleaning of the dosing systems and additional of chemicals
10.    Identify Hazards, assess hazard risks and report any injury or near miss immediately.
11.    Ensure end-of-day and/or end-of-shift procedures are completed safely, accurately and efficiently.
12.    Administer the fees and charges as resolved by the Council, monitor bands indicating payment, taking payment as required and class roles.
13.    Maintain work records including hourly visitation, pool tests, corrective measures, plant room checks, and as required financial records, membership records.
14.    To ensure compliance to all business policies and procedures.
15.    To report all WHS issues, incidents or injuries to the Centre team leader

You will require:

•    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 $2081.00 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Katrina Georgelos on 4723 5110.
Closing date:  30 June 2019. 

 

Building Cleaner (casual) - V19/4612

You will be required to backfill staff on annual leave, sick leave and roster days off.  You will have proven experience in cleaning and a sound knowledge of cleaning procedures. Hours and sites may vary.

Salary:  commencing at $2126.40 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Sharyn Pole on 4780 5379.
Closing date:  7 July 2019. 
 

Front of House Attendant (casual) - V19/4613

The Front of House Attendant will work within the Visitor Services team to ensure the effective operations of the reception counter and Cultural Centre Shop. 

The Front of House Attendant will be the first point of call for visitors to the Cultural Centre, will administer ticket sales and process purchases from the Shop; therefore the successful applicant will be highly skilled in multi-tasking and have exceptional customer service skills.
The ability to confidently work with limited supervision in a busy environment is essential.    

The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator and have experience working with a diverse range of clients. Together with a friendly and dynamic personality, the Front-of-House Attendant will maintain the highest levels of professionalism.  Retail and cash register skills are essential.

Occasional after hours and weekend work required.

Salary:  commencing at $2471.60 gross per fortnight (pro-rata) + loading for after hours and weekend work.
For further information contact:  Giulia Del Vento on 4780 5523.
Closing date:  7 July 2019. 
 

 

Theatre Services Attendant - V19/4614

This service position can work across a variety of areas of the Theatre and will see you actively contribute to the efficient operation of the facility. These areas may include: Bar Service, where you will provide a high standard of customer service, cleanliness & beverage service and effective cash handling; Theatre Usher, where you are expected to deliver outstanding service to visitors; and Box Office, assisting to process ticket sales and assist patrons with their queries.

Current RSA certificate is essential or willingness to obtain. You will have proven customer service experience in fast paced environments. Experience in POS systems, register management and till reconciliation.

Salary:  commencing at $2348.80 gross per fortnight (pro-rata).
For further information contact:  Tim Smith on 4723 5755.
Closing date:  7 July 2019. 

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