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Employment Opportunities

Our community has an enviable work life balance that is often the main reason people move to our area.

Break O’Day is the home of one of the world’s most beautiful coastal areas, the Bay of Fires which has received international acclaim, as well as some of the state’s most scenic waterfalls and forests. Combine this with St Helens being the central hub for services on the east coast, it is clear that Break O’Day has it all, and that is what we were Tasmania’s Top Tourism Town in 2020 and runner up in 2021!  For more information about our area click here:

 

The Role

The position is crucial for the success of the Council’s outdoor work operations. Its main function to ensure community services are provided efficiently and effectively, offering the best value.

The Assistant Works Manager overseas the daily activities of multiple work teams, ensuring goals are met within budget and on time.

The role supports the Works Operations Manager by helping manage change, coaching, mentoring team members, and supporting the Council’s strategic direction.

Adding value to the staff, customer service approach and culture of the organisation is a cornerstone of the position. The Assistant Works Manager will provide leadership, support, and direction in accordance with agreed organisational values and explain how we go about our work “Working as a team with open and honest communication; we act with integrity whilst showing respect and being positive and proactive in our actions”.

Person we are looking for

We are looking for a proactive leader with excellent communication skills and a commitment to enhancing service delivery and organisational culture. This position is ideal for someone who enjoys challenges, diversity and is considering an entry point into management working within the environment of an outdoor workforce within Local Government.

Hours

The minimum hours of work for this position are 76 hours per fortnight.  Specifically, your normal hours will be Monday to Thursday (8.5hrs) from 7.30am to 4.30pm and Friday (8hrs) from 7.30am to 4.00pm, with a 30-minute lunch break and a regular Rostered Day off (RDO) approx. every two weeks. To facilitate safe efficient work practices, start and finish times may be varied between 7:00am and 7:00pm by mutual agreement.

From time-to-time additional hours or hours outside the Ordinary Hours of Work will be required and these will be dealt with in accordance with the Enterprise agreement.

Pay

The applicable salary will depend on the qualifications, skills and experience of the successful Applicant.

The council pays a superannuation contribution of 12.5% on all wages.

 

Employment Information Pack – Assistant Works Manager 

Vacant – Job and Person Specification – Assistant Works Manager 

Pre-Employment Health Disclosure – Assistant Works Manager

Application for Employment Form

 

The Role

The Project Development Facilitator is responsible for guiding the development of concepts, ideas and priorities into reality through potential projects; managing these projects through the planning and development stages; and ensuring effective communication and engagement with the community and stakeholders throughout the process.

The Project Development Facilitator plays a key role in driving the economic strategy for the Council. This role focuses on implementing plans and projects that aim to grow the economy, diversify our economic base, and improve the community’s liveability and wellbeing.

This role requires a strategic thinker with strong organisational, communication, and project management skills to drive projects from inception into reality successfully.

This position requires a commitment to our organisational values, which include teamwork, open and honest communication, integrity, respect, and a positive, proactive attitude.

 

Person we are looking for

We are looking for a strategic thinker with a passion for driving economic growth and enhancing community wellbeing. Ideally, we would like someone that excels at transforming innovative ideas into tangible projects.

We are seeking a strong communicator with an enthusiastic personality, who thrives in a dynamic team environment.

If you have an approachable nature and a commitment to making a positive impact, then we want to hear from you!

 

Hours

The Ordinary Hours of Work are between 7:00am and 7:00pm, Monday to Friday, with the office being open from 9:00am to 5:00pm.  A 40 minute lunch break applies. This position has been classified as 0.8fte (4 days per week), Council offers flexible working arrangements which will be negotiated with the successful Applicant.

From time to time additional hours or hours outside the Ordinary Hours of Work will be required and these will be dealt with in accordance with the Enterprise agreement

 

Pay

The applicable salary will depend on the qualifications, skills and experience of the successful Applicant. The position has been classified in the Professional Level 2B under the Break O’Day Council Enterprise Agreement 2018. Currently this provides for a minimum salary entry point of $89,519.21 per annum, pro rata for part time.

Council pays a superannuation contribution of 12.5% on all wages.

 

Employment Information Pack – Project Development Facilitator

Job and Person Specification – Project Development Facilitator

Pre-Employment Health Disclosure – Project Development Facilitator

Application for Employment Form

 

 

Application for Employment Form

BODC Enterprise Agreement 2018

 

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