PART TIME - BUILDING SERVICES ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
A vacancy exists for a part-time Building Services Administration Officer with the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes.
The position is for 20 hours per week, (ideally 9am – 2pm Monday to Thursday but can be negotiated). The role is required to provide timely and efficient administrative support for the Principle Building Surveyor and Maintenance Officer as well as accurate and timely information and advice to customers and stakeholders relating to building control, operations and maintenance.
The position requires strong time management skills, initiative and work ethic, alongside attention to detail, well-developed communication skills (written and verbal) and intermediate to advanced IT skills.
Salary will be Level 2.1 of the Adult Local Government Officers (WA) Award 2011 and Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes Enterprise Agreement.
Applicants will need to address the Selection Criteria in the information package which is available for collection from the Customer Service Counter at the Shire or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your confidential application, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes, PO Box 271, Bridgetown 6255, should reach this office by 4.30pm Friday 15th September 2017.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes is looking for a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill the role of Manager of Environmental Health.
Under the direction of the CEO the position is to be offered as an initial ‘3 year contract’ with a negotiated salary between $80,000-90,000pa depending on qualifications and experience, restricted private use of a work vehicle, four weeks annual leave and up to 12.5% superannuation in accordance with Council Policy. The employer is prepared to structure the position on a 4-day per week basis pro-rata if desired by the successful applicant.
A full Employment Package can be downloaded from http://www.bridgetown.wa.gov.au/your-shire/employment
Further enquiries can be directed to the HR Officer via email email@example.com.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman has welcomed the Federal Government’s back down on its proposed ‘Backpacker Tax’.
“The number of Working Holiday visas granted has been in decline since the Backpacker Tax was proposed and unfortunately a degree of damage has already been done,” Mr Redman said.
Mr Redman called on the Federal Government to undertake a targeted campaign to promote Australia as a great place to travel and work for working holidaymakers.
“Working holidaymakers are a valuable labour source in a range of industries including agriculture, fishing, horticultural, hospitality and tourism industries, all of which are significant contributors to the Warren-Blackwood region,” Mr Redman said.
“Backpackers also spend as they travel, supporting local businesses and regional communities.”
Mr Redman said The Nationals WA had lobbied against the tax from the outset amid concerns from key stakeholders about its negative impact on employers and workers in a number of industries across regional WA including agriculture and tourism.
“We have fought hard against this tax given the number of industries across regional WA that depend on backpackers to fill casual and seasonal employment vacancies that are often difficult to source locally,” Mr Redman said.
Training Matters July edition features the Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre’s new look website and online jobs board.
We also report on recent changes that will create a stronger, more collaborative and streamlined TAFE system in Western Australia.
Read reports on the 2016 Training Providers Forum and Muresk Institute Open Day, and preview the 2016 Skills West Expo to be held in August.
WorldSkills competitors shine again, as they prepare for the WorldSkills Australia National Competition in Melbourne in October.
All of this and more, with the Director General’s regular comment, industry profiles and stories from the training sector, in this edition.
If you wish to be on the distribution list for future issues of Training Matters either in print or electronically, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also download the July 2016 edition as a pdf.
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The Greenbushes Community Resource Centre has been serving the community of Greenbushes since 1995.