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Coordinator Parks and Reserves (000531)

About This Position

  • Permanent Full-Time
  • Fortnightly RDO
  • 12.5% Super

Australia’s most southern municipal area, the Huon Valley Council, is
looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Coordinator Parks and Reserves to join our Infrastructure Works Unit. This role will coordinate the activities of the Parks and Reserves team, in accordance with the unit’s annual plan and strategies, to develop and enhance Council’s parks, gardens and recreational areas, ensuring high standards throughout the municipal area.
In this position you will be supervising the day-to-day activities of the Parks and Reserves team, ensuring that tasks are appropriately resourced, carried out safely and effectively, and in accordance with best-practice standards. You will consult with other Council units to ensure tasks are carried out effectively and to a high standard, and that community events are adequately supported. You will also need to provide high-level horticultural advice across areas such as tree and turf management, as well as responding to customer queries and providing reports when required.

Mandatory Requirements

To be successful in this position you will require:

• Completion of Diploma or Bachelor Degree in a relevant field and/or extensive experience.
• Demonstrated knowledge of Work Health & Safety principles and Workplace Standards and their application in the workplace.
• Demonstrated knowledge of current park and site management/maintenance procedures and industry best practice and its practical application.
• Demonstrated ability to achieve outcomes within set budgets, timeframes and relevant Council policies and procedures.
• High-level communication skills, including conflict resolution and negotiation, with the ability to be able to influence stakeholders at
all levels, both internally and externally.
• Demonstrated ability using one’s own initiative, setting priorities, planning, organising workload and achieving deadlines.
• Strong understanding of chemical use and the storage and handling
of chemicals.
• Physical capacity to undertake manual labour within the scope of responsibilities.
• Proven ability to create a team environment that fosters cooperation
and clear, concise communication.
• Driver’s license – full and unrestricted.

Position Description Apply Now

Position Type

Full-Time

Application Close Date

Manager Medical Services – Geeveston and Dover Medical Centres (000417)

About This Position

  • Full Time
  • Fixed Term 12 Months
  • 12.5% Super

Australia’s most southern municipal area, the Huon Valley Council, is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Manager Medical Services to join our Community Services Department. This role will be responsible for the development and coordination of the resources of the Council’s Medical Centres in accordance with legislative requirements and the Council’s Strategic Plan and budget.
In this position you will undertake the role of Practice Manager for the medical services provided by the Council. You will provide leadership and support to, and ensure coordination and communication between, the clinical and medical teams; manage and participate in operational and budget planning; as well as ensure employees’ work practices comply with the associated legislation, Council’s policies, operational policies and procedures.

Mandatory Requirements

To be successful in this position you will require:

• Completion of Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field and/or extensive experience in a similar position.
• High-level communication and conflict resolution skills with the ability to influence stakeholders at all levels, both internally and externally, including the ability to prepare reports and non-standard correspondence.
• Thorough understanding of medical services practice and issues relevant to rural medical centres.
• Demonstrated experience in managing human resources, in leading and supervising a team, as part of a management team.
• Demonstrated time management skills, setting priorities, planning, organising workloads and achieving deadlines.
• Demonstrated ability to manage budgets, interpret funding agreements and financial reports.
• Driver’s licence (full)

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Position Type

Fixed Term

Application Close Date