Team Coordinator Parks

Shellharbour City Council Full Time Permanent 21/06/2024

We have an exciting opportunity for a natural leader with a passion for open spaces maintenance and continuous improvement.

We are looking for a Team Coordinator Parks (City East) who will lead their team to deliver efficient open space maintenance and other operational activities across the city.  

About us: 

Shellharbour City, located in the Illawarra region, is just 80 minutes south of Sydney and is home to over 76,000 people in a city that spans 154 square kilometres.  It's an area of great natural beauty - stretching west from the picturesque coastline to rolling pastures, set against the majestic backdrop of the Illawarra escarpment. 

Our dedication to be financially sustainable in an evolving environment, while striving for a great organisational culture and committing to employing staff who embrace our Core Values, has made Shellharbour City Council an employer of choice.

We have been recognised with a wealth of state and national awards in 2019, 2020 & 2021 including our 5 star Civic Centre building, Museum space and City Library, Winner in 2021 for Small Regional Airport of the year, and recently being presented an AR Bluett Memorial Award for Most Progressive Metropolitan and Regional Council in NSW.

We offer:

Shellharbour City Council offers a high performing and sustainable organisation to deliver outcomes for the community through leadership, collaboration and innovation. We have exciting, rewarding career opportunities and flexible working arrangements and work/life balance in a relaxed coastal lifestyle.

  • Permanent full time, 38 hours per week with the opportunity to work a 9 day fortnight
  • Commencing salary range from $86,719.88 - $92,027.52 per annum (dependent on qualifications and experience) 
  • 11.5% superannuation
  • Fully Maintained Leaseback Vehicle with free accessible onsite parking
  • Great organisational culture with a strong, values led and progressive team 
  • Access to local government benefits such as; LSL after five years, three weeks sick leave per annum, Fitness Passport, Provident Fund activities etc.  

Please Note: 

  • You will need to complete a Pre-placement Medical Assessment

For further information about the position, click here for the position description.

Contact: Geoffrey Arthur, Open Spaces Manager on 0421 044 124.

Closing date: Sunday, 21 July 2024 at 11:30pm.

 

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Shellharbour City Council are an equal opportunities employer and promote the following;

We are a workplace free from discrimination and harassment. It is the responsibility of all employees to ensure that they treat our Community, Councillors, Customers and each other with respect and professionalism without regard to non-relevant criteria or distinctions.

We are committed to being a Child Safe Organisation. Our commitment promotes the rights of all children and young people to be safe from harm when interacting with our services and spaces. To realise our vision for a child-safe Shellharbour, we know that we must work together to ensure our children are given every opportunity to be safe, happy and thrive.

Shellharbour City Council are dedicated to building a workplace that celebrates diversity and promotes inclusivity. We recognise the unique strengths and talents that individuals with disabilities bring to our team, and we are committed to creating an environment where everyone can thrive. We invite individuals with disability to apply for positions at Shellharbour City Council and we commit to discussing reasonable adjustments to roles (such as work hours) and the work environment (for example, different office equipment) where we can, to enable people with a disability to join our team. By doing so, people with disability can contribute to the skills, experiences, and perspectives that make our team stronger. Together, we can create a workplace that reflects the diversity of our community and ensures that everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential. At Shellharbour City Council, we believe that diversity is not just a policy—it's a reflection of who we are and what we stand for.

 

Our core values of Collaboration, Accountability, Integrity, Respect and Sustainability represent who we are and what we expect of one another.

To work with us, you must be committed to role modelling our core values.