Cowra Shire Council Full Time Permanent 17/12/2018

Weekly Salary:                     $1266.00 plus 9.5% Superannuation

Hours of Work:                     38 Hour week with RDO every fortnight

Closing Date:                        4.00pm Monday 28 January 2019. 

About Cowra & Cowra Council

Cowra Council provides local government services to residents within a geographical area of 2,800 square kilometres. Council employs 182 full time equivalent staff and provides a large range of services to our community.  Working for Council is a stimulating and rewarding career option, providing the opportunity to be part of a team contributing to shaping the success and future of our local community. 

The regional town of Cowra is in Central New South Wales approximately one hour from other regional hubs of Bathurst and Orange. Centrally located and easily linkable to the rest of the state and all major cities in south eastern Australia; and only 2 hours to Canberra or 4 hours to central Sydney.

Cowra is a busy and active community with a number of true country experiences from relaxing along the extensive waterways to exploring the tranquil Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre. Residents and tourists alike seek out Cowra's fascinating history, from the days of steam trains to the largest Prisoner of War breakout in modern military history.

Food and wine buffs can tour the regions boutique vineyards and excellent restaurants to sample the superb local food and wine available.  You'll enjoy the retail and commercial centre of Cowra, where you'll find everything you could want or need in a larger town while still enjoying that wonderful feeling of country hospitality. 

About the Position

Cowra Council is seeking a highly motivated and suitably qualified Electrician to join our Water & Wastewater Team.

The successful applicant will be responsible for all electrical aspects of Council's Water & Wastewater pump stations and treatment plants, including radio telemetry systems.  In this exciting and challenging role, you will be required to apply and develop your skills and knowledge in fault finding, repairs, modifications and routine maintenance.  

To be considered for this role applicants must have a minimum Class C Drivers Licence and be willing to assist with on-call work including weekends and public holidays. 

The successful applicant should be physically fit and understand the importance of Work Health & Safety and Equal Employment Opportunity. A ‘can do’ work ethic and ability to work positively within a team are essential.

Further Enquiries

Please contact Human Resources - 0418 397 425 or 0428 663 499