Do you want to give back to the local community?
Are you looking for a sea change to the beautiful South Coast?
Or something a little closer to home?
Whatever your reasons; Kiama Council has your next career opportunity…
About the Area
Working and living on the South Coast comes with many perks. In the Kiama Local Government Area you can relax at our local cafes, restaurants or wineries, experience nature at the Minnamurra Rainforest, stroll along our scenic coastal walk or view our two famous Blowholes.
Kiama Municipal Council operates across a range of industry sectors. In addition to the traditional functions that are carried out by Councils, Kiama Council is a significant provider of aged care services both within the Municipality and the Illawarra region. Tourism is the major industry in the Local Government Area and Council is a significant provider and supporter of local tourism. Council operates the largest conference and function centre within the Municipality; The Pavilion Kiama along with the highly prized five holiday parks that comprise the Kiama Coast Holiday Parks.
About the Role
Kiama Municipal Council is currently seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Dementia Friendly Project Officer to join the team on a temporary part time basis. As this position is dependent on external funding the role will be to 30 June 2017 for 18 hours per week. Hours and days of work will be negotiated with the successful candidate. To view the position description for this role, please visit our website.
This position is classified at Grade 10 or Grade 11 of Council’s salary structure depending on qualifications and experience. A Diploma qualified applicant will be classified at Grade 10 of Council’s salary structure, with a commencing weekly salary from $579.45 (Step 1). A Degree qualified applicant will be classified at Grade 11 of Council’s salary structure, with a commencing weekly salary from $606.75 (Step 1). These rates are based on working 18 hours per week and do not include superannuation. Conditions of employment are in accordance with Council polices and the Local Government (State) Award 2014.
For job specific enquiries please contact Council’s Manager Community & Cultural Development, Nick Guggisberg on 0412 924 091.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 10 November 2016.
Ideally, we would like the successful applicant to be available to commence in the position on 28 November 2016. However, this is not essential.
Applications close on Sunday 6 November 2016.
We actively encourage applications from people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background.
Applications Close: 06 Nov 2016
Regional Practice Leader
‘Be part of a new clinical supervision structure’
- Leading Not For Profit Organisation
- Scope and autonomy to influence in a new position – 3 year contract
- Generous Salary Packaging & Benefits
For full PD, please go to: https://visionaustralia.mercury.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?id=CJbgXIplpNo=
Temporary Community Planning Officer. (Reference Number: 205/15)
The role will strategically plan and deliver social planning and capacity building initiatives that contribute toward a more vibrant, safe and inclusive Shellharbour City, reporting to the Manager Community and Cultural Life.
Locum position (September – March 31, 2016)
- Full time 37.6 hours per week or Part Time/Job Share depending on experience
- Based in Wollongong
- Nationally recognised Not For Profit Organisation with excellent employment conditions including generous salary packaging benefits.
Vision Australia provides services to people of all ages (and carers and families) to assist them to live the life they choose.
An exciting opportunity awaits an experienced Occupational Therapist to join our team in Fairy Meadow (Wollongong). This role covers children services in a full time or job sharing capacity.
The successful applicant will be required to possess the following qualification and registration
- Approved qualifications in Occupational Therapy as recognised by the Australian Association of Occupational Therapists
- Current registration with Australia Health Practitioners Regulatory agency.
The successful applicant will also have strong service delivery expertise and will be able to demonstrate a high level of communication, organisational and planning skills, a person-centred approach, and have an understanding of issues relating to low vision and blindness.
In your application you should address the selection criteria as outlined in the position description. You should also consider and be able to demonstrate our organisational values which are central to our organisational culture.
Closing Date for applications | August 14, 2015 at 5 pm
Contact person | Alex Collins
Regional Manager Illawarra
Vision Australia Wollongong
P | 02 42204326/Int: 212326
Email | Alex.Collins@visionaustralia.org
Vision Australia supports people who are blind or have low vision to live the life they choose. We welcome applications from candidates who are blind or have low vision.
Vision Australia: a career that makes a difference!
Apply now for a position with the Shire of Halls Creek as a Remote Youth Development Officer servicing the communities of Mulan, Billiluna and Ringer Soak in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia
The Youth Service Diversion Program is an innovative and unique service that has been undertaken by the Shire of Halls Creek since late 2013. The program was specifically designed to cater for the needs of the young people of the East Kimberley region of Western Australia who have a history of complex trauma and complex needs. The Youth Service Diversion Program provides various methods of interventions to these youth in realms such as safety, mental health, alcohol and other drugs. The program employs Youth Development Officers across four different locations – Halls Creek, Mulan, Billiluna and Ringer Soak.
The Youth Service Diversion Program provides a client-centred case management approach in supporting young people and receives clientele through various referring bodies. These referring bodies work closely with our Youth Development Officers to provide a multi-agency approach to countering youth disadvantage in the region.
The role is an amazing opportunity to create a positive social milieu in one of the world’s most beautiful natural environments. Situated in the heart of the Kimberley, the Halls Creek Shire is a cultural epicentre with 6 great art centres and is the gateway to a range of world renowned natural attractions; including the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park and Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater (the second largest on earth with a diameter of 850 meters). Halls Creek is also the fourth fastest growing shire within Western Australia.
For the role, we are looking for highly motivated individuals with an ability to calmly respond to the pressures of living and working in a remote community. Previous experience in the Kimberley region and knowledge of the local culture is well regarded
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