Office Clerk

We are seeking a full time office clerk for our busy Geraldton workshop.

An ability to work in a fast paced office as part of a team is imperative, with an ability to adapt to our office systems, so the applicant must be able to take instruction from our senior office administrator and management.

The job includes banking, postage and normal office duties. Eventually you will learn aspects of our parts interpreting, warranty and service advising as part of the Isuzu trucks parts and service outlet. An interest or understanding of the motor vehicle industry will be an advantage. A solid knowledge of computer systems is required and previous experience with MYOB will be an advantage.

It is a prerequisite of the position to hold a manual drivers licence.

This is a full time position with normal hours of 0800 to 1630 during weekdays with a few hours overtime per week. School based hours are not available.

Please send resumes to manager@rrunner.com.au or:

Mr Brad Mason, Manager RoadRunner Mechanical Services
PO Box 447
GERALDTON WA 6530

Applications close Friday, 9th February 2018.

Heavy Duty Mechanical Apprentice

We are seeking a Junior Apprentice in the Heavy Duty Mechanical Trade. Applicant must be under 21 years at commencement.

The applicant must have a genuine desire to become a mechanic and be prepared to work hard, get dirty and accept instruction from qualified mechanics. Previous TAFE or school based trainee experience will be highly regarded.

The applicant will require a manual drivers licence or be in the process of achieving this. School reports with a demonstrated good standard of maths and English need to be sent with resume.

Please send resumes to manager@rrunner.com.au or:

Mr Brad Mason, Manager RoadRunner Mechanical Services
PO Box 447
GERALDTON WA 6530

Applications close Friday, 9th February 2018.

Heavy Duty Mechanic

We are seeking a casual Heavy Duty Mechanic for our Geraldton Workshop. There is a possibility that this job may become full time in the future.

The applicant must be a self starter, have good attention to detail and pride in their work. Ability to work with and train apprentices is an advantage.

As the Approved Service and Parts Organisation with Isuzu Trucks, we will offer the applicant training on the latest Isuzu trucks. In addition to Isuzu, we are a very diverse workshop, servicing all models of trucks and trailers, 4WDs, cars and earthmoving equipment.

Applicant must be available for some weekend work and hold a manual drivers licence.

Wages are paid above the award and will be discussed at interview, commensurate with experience.

Please send resumes to manager@rrunner.com.au or:

Mr Brad Mason, Manager RoadRunner Mechanical Services
PO Box 447
GERALDTON WA 6530

Applications close Friday, 9th February 2018.

Loader Operator

LOADER OPERATOR

We have a position available for a Loader Operator for loading trucks.

Requirements are:

  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Loader Ticket
  • Able to pass D & A test

If interested please mail resume to midwestsandsupplies@bigpond.com Or phone 0427 231372

Operators, Concreters and Formwork Carpenters

In-Situ Construction and Maintenance is a Dongara based company that provide a wide variety of building and construction services throughout WA.

We are looking for a variety of trade positions to complete various construction projects in and around Geraldton including:

  • Formwork Carpenters
  • Concreters
  • Operators

Positions will be contract based working 40 - 50 hours per week. No shift work.

Relevant work experience, qualifications and tickets/certifications are essential.

Enquiries can be made to hr@in-situ.com.au. To apply, please attach a current resume detailing relevant work experience

Events Officer (REF: 257)

Overlooking the Indian Ocean, Geraldton is a thriving regional city at the heart of Australia’s Coral Coast. With a growing population of over 41,000 people it offers a wide range of services and activities. Geraldton is recognised as one of WA’s key growth areas and the opportunities in this regional city are plentiful. You can be part of working with us to deliver the best for our community and this region.

The City of Greater Geraldton actively welcomes, includes and values the unique contributions of all people in its workplace. The City welcomes applications from all age groups, people with a disability, and those from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

Benefits which we offer:

  • Up to 18.5% Superannuation
  • 22 Annual Leave days (17.5% loading)
  • Health & Wellbeing Program
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Career opportunities
  • Study Assistance
  • Centrally located
  • Free parking

Events Officer (REF: 257)

The City is seeking an Events Officer who will provide assistance to the Events and Venues team to ensure community, cultural and Civic events and functions are planned and executed to a high professional standard.

The successful applicant will have experience in events, hospitality and functions and have the ability to work effectively with people of all ages and at all levels of Council and with members of the community.

A salary starting from $65,709 per annum or $33.25 per hour will be offered dependent on knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications.

Interested in applying?

To view the Events Officer position description or to learn more about the benefits of working at the City of Greater Geraldton, visit our website www.cgg.wa.gov.au/employment.

To gain a better understanding of the role, call Clarissa Nanninga, Team Leader Events on (08) 9956 6629

Applications with addressed selection criteria should be forwarded to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Greater Geraldton, PO Box 101 GERALDTON WA 6531 and submitted by 4pm, Monday 5 January 2018. Applications can be faxed to (08) 9956 6674 or emailed to council@cgg.wa.gov.au.

Ross McKim
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Qualified Educators

With the opening of our NEW Out of School Hours (OSHC) at St Francis Xavier Primary School and due to increasing enrolments Bambi is seeking the services of Qualified Educators. Experience in running a room or working as a qualified is preferred. Bambi offers a flexible working environment with uniforms supplied annually, Professional Development, opportunity for career pathways, opportunity to work across our two long day cares and also our two OSHC and Bambi also offers discounts to educators with children.

With over 40 staff we are looking for Qualified Educators who are able to cover RDO's, Annual Leave, Sick Leave etc. If you feel as this is you then Bambi would love to hear from you!

The successful applicant is preferred but not essential to have the following:

  • Diploma in Children Services
  • Experience in Room/Group Leader
  • First Aid Certificate
  • Supervising Officer Certificate
  • Knowledge of EYLF, NQS & QIP
  • Working with Children Check

All applicants would need to be available for immediate start.

Applications Close 4pm Thursday 25th January 2018

If you would like to join a team who is passionate about working in early years then please contact Kelly Burton, General Manager, Bambi on 9960 7914 or mobile 0427 205 202, or drop your resume to 23 Chapman Road, Geraldton or email bambicommercial@westnet.com.au

Part time/Full Time Dental Nurse

Looking for an enthusiastic and hard working part time/full time dental nurse to join our team at Bluff Point Dental. Job roles include providing support during dental treatment, sterilisation of equipment, reception work (where required), anticipating customer needs and ordering materials. Parking available on site.

Email all applications to admin@bluffpointdental.com.au. Applications close on the 17th of February 2018.

Manager Corporate Development Services

SHIRE OF PERENJORI

MANAGER CORPORATE AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

FAMILY FRIENDLY COUNTRY LIFESTYLE

We are seeking the services of a well qualified, highly motivated Manager Corporate and Development Services (MCDS) for a dynamic and innovative rural local government. This is a key position that will work closely with the CEO to develop and implement various exciting and strategic plans over the coming months and years.

As MCDS you will be primarily responsible for the day to day supervision of Council’s administration, management of finances, community development, planning, building and health matters. You will have a strong Management and Financial background, and will ideally hold appropriate tertiary qualifications and experience relevant to the position, as well as a WA driver’s licence.

For the right person we offer attractive remuneration, up to the value of $184,300 per annum, including up to 15.5% superannuation along with quality subsidised housing as part of the package. The town offers an excellent primary school, with high schools in neighbouring Carnamah and Morawa, and a medical practice in town. There are also active sporting and social activities including golf, bowls, football and tennis. Perenjori offers a very friendly and safe community lifestyle with a very low crime rate.

Perenjori is located just over three and a half hours from Perth and two hours from Geraldton and the coastal holiday spots of Jurien Bay and Dongara. Perenjori is in the heart of wildflower country and each year the countryside becomes a blaze of colour and an internationally renowned tourism magnet. Gaining a successful National Police Clearance is essential to this role. The Shire of Perenjori is an equal opportunity employer, and offers a safe and drug free working environment.

Applications can be submitted either by email or post and will only be accepted by our recruitment representative, whose details are shown below. Please do not hand deliver applications to the Shire Offices. Applications close 4pm, 16 February 2018. To find out more contact the recruitment representative between 9am and 5pm weekdays.

Tanya Camerelli Camerelli Associates PO Box 313, Geraldton WA 6531 3 / 65 Durlacher St, Geraldton WA
M: 0457 000 618
E: camerelliassociates@mail.com

Canvassing of Councillors or Shire Employees will disqualify an applicant.

2. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES

Selection on the Basis of Merit The Shire of Perenjori is an equal opportunity employer. All applications for this position will be assessed against the same criteria included in the position description and application package. No decision will be made until after the advertised closing date. Interviews will be conducted by a panel, which may include external recruitment professionals, council representatives, the CEO, or another Shire Employee. Selection will be based on which applicant demonstrates the highest merit for the position, their past experience, qualifications, an ability to carry out the required tasks and a willingness to grow and develop with the Shire as they enter a time of growth and change.

What to include in your application Your application should include the following information:

  • A letter of introduction
  • A copy of your current Resumé including contact details of two employment referees
  • A statement addressing the selection criteria of the final page of this document

Applications should not be submitted in plastic sleeves, binders or files. Please do not submit originals of important documents such as qualifications and references. Submit photocopies only.

Statement Addressing Selection Criteria

The selection criteria are the most important part of your application. They are based on the essential skills, knowledge, experience, qualifications and training stated in the position description.

Your application must contain a statement specifically addressing each of the ESSENTIAL selection criteria. If appropriate to you, you may also choose to address the HIGHLY REGARDED selection criteria. Please include examples, which demonstrate how you meet the requirements of each objective. Address each item separately and include measurable results to demonstrate your historical abilities in meeting the criteria. It is also important to link the Selection Criteria statements to the requirements of the position, as stated in the position description.

Resumé

You should also attach a copy of your current resumé, listing academic achievement, professional training, memberships and relevant employment experience.

Referees

You should include the names and contact details of two referees to provide information on your past work performance. Please inform you referees that you have shared their details.

One copy only

You should provide us with only one copy of your complete application.

Late Applications

Ensure your application is received prior to the closing date and time, late applications will not be considered.

Post Application Process

Short listed applicants will be contacted by telephone to arrange an interview. Unsuccessful applicants will be advised in writing once the recruitment process is completed.

Pre-employment Medical

The successful applicant may be required to undertake a pre-employment medical examination prior to commencement at the Council’s expense.

Canvassing, coercing or influencing of Councillors or Shire staff will disqualify an applicant.

Address for Applications

Applications should be addressed to: Postal: Tanya Camerelli ATT: MCDS – Confidential Camerelli Associates PO Box 313 Geraldton WA 6531

Email: camerelliassociates@mail.com
Subject: MCDS - Confidential

Further Information

Should you require further information about the position, please contact Tanya Camerelli on the email address above or by calling mobile: 0457 000 618

3. COUNCIL INFORMATION

Perenjori was founded in 1916 and is located in the Mid West Region just over 350 kilometers north east of Perth. It is on the northeastern fringe of the agricultural region.

The Shire of Perenjori has a population of approximately 660 people, covers an area of over 8,000 square kilometers and has a road network of more than 1700 kilometers.

The Shire’s major population centre is Perenjori, with a smaller centre at Latham. Both centres boast excellent sporting facilities including a licensed sports club, golf course, bowling greens and tennis courts. In addition, Perenjori has a primary school, swimming pool, football/cricket oval, hockey field and squash courts. Not surprisingly much of Perenjori’s social life is built around the school, sporting clubs and family life.

The Perenjori economy is primarily based on broadacre agriculture. There is an iron ore industry in the region which offers significant potential for future population and economic growth. Much of the pastoral land within the Shire has been earmarked for future conservation reserve. Perenjori is in the heart of wildflower country and every spring the countryside is a blaze of colour, with endless vistas of pink, yellow and white everlastings from July to October, and the unique Wreath Leschenaultia in September and October.

Further information on the Shire of Perenjori can be located on Council’s website at www.perenjori.wa.gov.au .

4. REMUNERATION PACKAGE

The position of Manager Corporate and Development Services is subject to a performance based contract of between three to five years duration in accordance with the Local Government Act.

The agreed value of the remuneration package; will be generally inclusive of the following components:

  • Base Salary – Negotiated between $100,000 and $120,000 dependent on experience.
  • Housing – An executive residence, suitable to the needs of the candidate is offered. Valued at approximately $16,800 per annum.
  • Vehicle – an SUV is provided with unlimited private use. Value $15,000 per annum.
  • Council provides a mobile telephone for business purposes.
  • Professional Development to the value of $3000 per annum.
  • Leave - Annual Leave of 5 weeks per annum. Personal Leave of 10 days per annum.
  • Sick leave, long service leave and other benefits and conditions in the Local Government Officers Award are included in the package.
  • Superannuation – Guarantee 9.5%, plus a 6% Council matching contribution - subject to an individual 5% contribution.
  • All power, water and phone utility costs are carried by Council, subject to a $6000 per annum limit.
  • Uniform Allowance of $400 per annum.
  • Relocation expenses up to a maximum of $4,500 (conditional reimbursement based on time spent in the role).

5. POSITION DESCRIPTION

1. TITLE Manager Corporate and Development Services
2. LEVEL Negotiated
3. DEPARTMENT/SECTION Administration/Finance/Community Development/Planning Building/Health
4. POSITION OBJECTIVES

4.1 Objectives of Position Assist the Chief Executive Officer with the strategic management and administration of the Shire of Perenjori and its activities in accordance with policy and direction of Council.

As a key member of the senior executive team, provide strategic input and direction to various projects and work activities.

Ensure that the Councils’ finances are managed in accordance with the Local Government Act 1995, relevant Local Government Regulations and Australian Accounting Standards. Support the continued focus of community development and community engagement in accordance with the Community Strategic Plan.

Consistently promote a harmonious working environment within the administration and the Shire as a whole.

Ensure all Planning, Building, Health, CESM and Ranger matters are attended to efficiently by directing the relevant contract services and providers involved.

Oversee the efficient and effective operations of the Perenjori Caravan Park, Aquatic Centre and Perenjori Early Childhood Centre (PECC), under the direction of their respective Managers.

4.2 Within the Section Provide day to day supervision and direction to Council finance, administrative staff and contractors providing services on behalf of the Shire.

4.3 With the Organisation Provide assistance, advice and information to CEO, Council and senior staff on the strategic, community, finance and corporate services matters affecting the Shire. Provide advice and information for the financial management of Council’s operations.

5. REQUIREMENTS OF THE POSITION

The successful candidate will take responsibility for:

  • The full Financial Management function for the Shire of Perenjori including the preparation of budgets and financial reports to the standard required by the Local Government Financial Management Regulations and relevant Australian Accounting Standards.
  • Customer service in all areas, including Planning, Community Development, Building, Health, CESM and Ranger matters.
  • The effective and efficient operations of the Perenjori Caravan Park, Aquatic Centre and PECC.

6. KEY DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

Finance

  • Responsible for the organisation’s accounting procedures and practices and ensure compliance with the Australian Accounting Standards as applicable and the Local Government Act.
  • Oversee the preparation of monthly and annual financial reports in accordance with statutory requirements and presentation to Council.
  • Manage jointly with the Chief Executive Officer the preparation of the Annual Budget and ensure financial control is maintained.
  • Responsible jointly with Chief Executive Officer for investment of surplus Council funds.
  • Report monthly to the Council meeting on matters relating to finance operations.
  • Provide explanations for all audit queries and implement any necessary system changes.
  • Work with key community stakeholders to identify community needs and goals and help develop projects and proposals to address these needs.
  • Prepare grant applications and submissions and monitor resulting projects.
  • Work with neighbouring local governments to develop joint projects when appropriate.

Planning, Building, Health, CESM and Rangers

  • Contract suitable persons to attend to planning, building and health, Ranger services and CESM matters.
  • Manage the contracted persons and departments, ensuring adequate work is being performed and reports are provided to Council.
  • Ensure the Town Planning Scheme is up to date and reviewed. Community and Club Development
  • Oversee the areas of Community and Club Development with an aim to creating growth and expansion for the community.
  • Ensure effective community engagement is keeping the community well informed.
  • Manage the persons within these roles and support them to perform their duties and create further opportunities for the Shire and it’s inhabitants.
  • Guide Development staff members to align their outcomes with Perenjori’s strategic and economic development plans.

Perenjori Caravan Park, Aquatic Centre, Perenjori Early Childhood Centre (PECC)

  • Ensure these three individual business units operate safely and efficiently, and comply with all relevant legislation and policies.
  • Support and supervise staff to perform duties as per their PD’s.
  • Ensure the Caravan Park is well marketed and is linked with regional and state marketing opportunities.

Cleaning Staff

  • Support and supervise the Head Cleaner, and the team of casual cleaners.
  • Quality control as required, ensuring efficiency is achieved across all cleaning areas.

Administration

  • Ensure Shire compliance with standards, requirements and deadlines set out in the Local Government Act 1995, related regulations and other statutes.
  • Attend all Council and Committee meetings as required.
  • Supervise the maintenance of Shire Records and preparation of minutes of all Council meetings and Committees as required. 
  • Supervise administration staff.
  • Manage Council’s insurance portfolio.
  • Oversee preparations for Council elections, i.e. Electoral Roll, advertising etc and act as Deputy Returning Officer.
  • Maintain documentation for leases, agreements, contracts, rentals, etc and oversee Property Management as per policy and legislation.
  • Ensure the Council Policy Manual, Delegations Register and Employee Manual are developed, maintained and implemented across all work areas.
  • Assist in guiding staff through the changes associated with organisational structure development.

Computer System

  • Manage the computer system and resources.
  • Develop and plan for staged upgrades and continuing updates of the system.

Occupational Health and Safety

  • Manage the Council’s Occupational Health and Safety Policies and ensure implementation. Other Duties
  • All other duties and responsibilities as directed by Chief Executive Officer.
  • May act as Chief Executive Officer during periods of absence or leave, when appointed in writing.
  • Assist with the Coordination of staff training programs.
  • Support Change Management and the development of Organisational Structure.

The Shire of Perenjori is entering an exciting time of growth and development. This role requires a dynamic, innovative and adaptable person who is ready to work along with the team to achieve a number of exciting outcomes over the coming years.

Strategic and economic development plans, along with some adjustments to the organisational structure, are guiding the Shire through these advancements and the Manager Corporate and Development Services will be a significant contributor to their success.

If you feel this exciting and challenging role is exactly what you are looking for, we look forward to hearing from you.

7. ORGANISATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

7.1 Responsible to: Chief Executive Officer
7.2 Supervision of: Administration and Finance Staff, Community Development Staff, Caravan Park/ Aquatic Centre/PECC staff, Cleaners, Contract Planning, building, health, CESM and Ranger services.
7.3 Internal and External Liaison: Internal President and Council, all other staff and employees

External General public, community groups and associations, government departments, other local governments, suppliers, consultants, legal practitioners

8. EXTENT OF AUTHORITY

  • Operates under limited direction of the Chief Executive Officer and Council within established guidelines, procedures; within the policies of Council; and within the statutory provisions of the Local Government Act and other legislation.
  • Authorises payments in conjunction with the Chief Executive Officer in accordance with Council Delegation.
  • May be appointed as the Chief Executive Officer whilst the Chief Executive Officer is absent, when requested in writing.

6. SELECTION CRITERIA

Essential:

1. Detailed knowledge of Financial management practices and requirements in a medium to large organisation, evidenced by hands on experience.

2. Team leadership and supervision, including mentorship, positive culture development, and change management.

3. Well developed verbal and written communication skills across a variety of platforms, including senior management, employees, community members and key stakeholders.

4. Sound knowledge of information technology including computer systems and software operations.

5. Interpersonal skills including conflict resolution, negotiating and public relations.

6. Well developed decision-making abilities, with innovative problem solving skills.

7. Hold, or be substantially advanced in studies towards, Degree or Diploma level qualifications in Finance.

8. Hold a current and unrestricted “C” class drivers licence.

Highly Regarded:

1. Local Government experience at a senior level.
2. Demonstrated knowledge of corporate and strategic planning.
3. Sound knowledge of Community Development practice and principles.
4. Sound knowledge of Planning, Building, Health, CESM and Ranger services requirements.

Registered Nurse

Sunset Skin Cancer & Medical Clinic is looking for a Registered Nurse to join our award winning practice.

The position includes:

  • CLINICAL: including triage, immunisations and other injections; wound management, chronic disease management, ECG's. Assisting doctors with clinical procedures and maintain clinical documentation.
  • PATIENT SERVICES: Data management, diagnostic services, networking with other providers, planning & management of patient care and patient advocacy. Telephone patients with test results as directed by medical staff.
  • IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT HEALTH OUTCOMES: Conduct preventative/screening procedures; assist with patient education and community health promotion activities. Coordinate patient recall and outreach programs and GP management plans and team care arrangement.
  • PATIENT VISITS: Escort patients home and provide home/hospital visits as required for monitoring & support, including antenatal and post-natal care & health assessments when needed.
  • EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES: Ensure sterilisation and maintenance of clinical equipment. Maintain stocks of clinical supplies, including correct storage (such as refrigeration), removal of out-of-date stock and ordering supplies. Provide input in purchasing relevant clinical equipment and supplies.
  • Cold Chain Coordinator. Infection Control Coordinator. Equipment Maintained record keeping. - Stock take and reordering of consumables.
  • COMPLIANCE: Maintain awareness of current and new legislation to ensure business is complying with all statutory and regulatory obligations including infection control, sterilisation, hazardous materials & safe handling/disposal of medical waste, records management, OHS, and accreditation. Ensure relevant personnel are kept informed and changes are made to systems and procedures as required.
  • PROFESSIONAL: Act within the practice and nursing code of ethics & appropriate level of clinical competence at all times. Maintain awareness of current evidence and research on clinical practices and inform/educate other practice staff. Change systems and procedures to ensure compliance with best available evidence as applicable.
  • OHS: Consistently be aware of OHS requirements and comply with them.
  • GENERAL: Delegation of tasks to other medical and non-medical staff. Provide direct and indirect supervision to Division 2 Nurse/s. Assist with other practice duties as required.

ESSENTIAL CRITERIA:

  • Appropriate tertiary qualification & registration certificate.
  • Professional indemnity cover.
  • Minimum of one years nursing experience, preferably in a community-based role.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the needs of general practice and interest in community-based nursing including patient education and health promotion.
  • Knowledge of current immunisation schedules, Diabetes management, asthma management, enhanced primary care items, infection control, CPR and emergency resuscitation techniques, equipment & drugs.

DESIRABLE CRITERIA:

  • Competence in the use of relevant equipment & Best Practice Software.
  • Experience in similar role as practice nurse or community-based nursing.
  • Experience with specific social groups serviced by practice, such as adolescents, aged care, migrant or refuge groups, aboriginals & Torres Straight islanders, etc.
  • Additional qualifications such as Accredited Women's Health Certificate, Diabetes Education Certificate, Asthma/Spirometry qualification/education
  • Training or experience in Medicare item numbers & health funds. Member of ANF
  • Evidence of yearly CPD points

Please hand in your resume, cover letter, and a copy of your certificates to: 1/582 Chapman Road, Sunset Beach 6530

Bar and Wait Staff. Must Have Experience and RSA

HARBOUR VIEW RESTAURANT is now hiring for opening in approx 2 weeks. We are seeking professional staff to be part of an exciting new venue in the CBD.

Cocktail experience and a knowledge of Restaurant procedures will be highly regarded.

Previous applicants are encouraged to re-apply.

Please send CV to brian@harbourviewgeraldton.com.au or phone 0418 448 469.

Team Leader - Fish Processing Factory

Indian Ocean Fresh Australia is seeking an experienced team leader to manage and supervise processing and packout of our Yellowtail Kingfish for market.

This is a casual part-time position with a view to permanent full time.

You will be responsible for preparing the factory ready for processing, staff supervision and rosters, quality control of product, packaging and stocktakes, transport logistics and factory management and compliance.

A current National Police Clearance and Drivers Licence are essential for this position and experience in a similar supervisory role with seafood processing is desirable long with some computing skills.

Please forward applications and resume to:

Indian Ocean Fresh Australia Pty Ltd PO Box 77, Geraldton WA 6531 or Email to: office@iofa.com.au

Applications close Friday 26 January 2018.

For a more detailed outline of the job description contact office@iofa.com.au

Apprentice Chef

Full Time Apprentice Chef position available to the right applicant.

Applicants must have a genuine passion for food and the hospitality industry.

Must be reliable, self motivated & work well in a fast paced team environment. Includes weekend work and some split shifts

Job description includes

  • Ensure safe, sanitary hood-handling practices
  • Weight, measure mix and cook with ingredients according to recipes, personal judgement and experience.
  • Assist other cooks during emergencies or rush periods
  • contribute to marketing and business development;
  • maintain quality control, hygiene, and health and safety;
  • ensure the requirements of the Employee Manual are adhered to and upheld;
  • enter data and check invoices as required;

Please send your resume to haley@skeetas.com.au or call 0409880106 to arrange an interview time.

Rates Officer (REF: 420)

Overlooking the Indian Ocean, Geraldton is a thriving regional city at the heart of Australia’s Coral Coast. With a growing population of over 41,000 people it offers a wide range of services and activities. Geraldton is recognised as one of WA’s key growth areas and the opportunities in this regional city are plentiful. You can be part of working with us to deliver the best for our community and this region.

The City of Greater Geraldton actively welcomes, includes and values the unique contributions of all people in its workplace. The City welcomes applications from all age groups, people with a disability, and those from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

Benefits which we offer:

  • Up to 18.5% Superannuation
  • 22 Annual Leave days
  • Health & Wellbeing Program
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Career opportunities
  • Study Assistance
  • Centrally located
  • Free parking

RATES OFFICER (REF: 420)

The City is seeking a highly motivated Rates Officer to join the Rates Team. This position will be responsible for maintaining and undertaking various aspects of rating revenue and record keeping as required and in accordance with various legislative requirements.

The successful applicant must possess a Certificate IV in Business or Finance, have sound working knowledge of rates and charges and financial rating software systems, as well as relevant experience in a customer service or finance position in a medium to large organisation.

A starting salary of $60,646 per annum or $30.6914 per hour will be offered dependent on knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications.

Interested in applying?

The position description and further information on how to apply can be obtained from our website www.cgg.wa.gov.au/employment. To gain a better understanding of the role, please call Sandra Russell, Coordinator Rates on (08) 9956 6989.

Applications with addressed selection criteria should be forwarded to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Greater Geraldton, PO Box 101 GERALDTON WA 6531 and submitted by 4pm, Friday 19 January 2018. Applications can be faxed to (08) 9956 6674 or emailed to council@cgg.wa.gov.au.

Ross McKim
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Float Facilitator

Ascential Float is on the hunt for the right person to join our small, close knit team. An exciting opportunity exists for a float facilitator on a casual basis with a view to a part time position. Weekend work will be required.

If you have a passion for helping people experience health, balance and wellness in their lives then we want to hear from you. The right person will receive competitive wages, generous treatment incentives and will have the following skills and attributes:

  • Characteristics of empathy and professionalism with clients and colleagues as well as demonstrates punctuality, reliability and flexibility within a business setting.
  • A high standard of personal grooming with the aptitude to provide an exceptional guest experience.
  • Ability to follow instructions with high level of attention to detail, customer service and communication skills
  • High cleanliness needed, some of the work will be cleaning of the centre and pods. 
  • An acceptance that the business operates 7 days a week and a varied option of shifts will be required including some evenings and weekends.
  • Focus on and demonstrated enthusiasm and passion for the health and wellness industry.
  • Previous experience in the day spa setting or customer service an advantage.

If this sounds like you please send us your resume with a short cover letter outlining why you would like to be a part of our team to float@ascential.com.au

This is a permanent casual position.

Applications close Friday 12th January

Leading Hand Cleaner

Norfolk Cleaning Service is Hiring.

We currently have a position available within our Geraldton Operations for a LEADING HAND. Previous experience in a similar role is essential. We provide further on the job training for the right candidates.

To be considered for this role you must represent the below :

  • Reliable and trustworthy with a can do positive attitude
  • Experienced in cleaning
  • Able to lead an experienced team of cleaners
  • High level of organisational skills
  • Excellent representation of leadership
  • Represent effective and efficient internal and external communication
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Exhibit a high level of attention to detail in all aspects of the position
  • Energetic & highly motivated
  • Honest and punctual

Any further information to be discussed upon application.

A Current Drivers License and Police Clearance are compulsory. White Card highly regarded.

We are looking for people who take pride in what they do and have a passion for leadership.

Please send your CV to kerbi@norfolkcleaning.com.au or for further questions please contact 0409 374 572.

Leading Hand Road Maintenance

Overlooking the Indian Ocean, Geraldton is a thriving regional city at the heart of Australia’s Coral Coast. With a growing population of over 41,000 people it offers a wide range of services and activities. Geraldton is recognised as one of WA’s key growth areas and the opportunities in this regional city are plentiful. You can be part of working with us to deliver the best for our community and this region.

 

The City of Greater Geraldton actively welcomes, includes and values the unique contributions of all people in its workplace. The City welcomes applications from all age groups, people with a disability, and those from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

 

Benefits which we offer:

• Up to 18.5% Superannuation • 22 Annual Leave days

• Health & Wellbeing Program • Flexible working arrangements • Career opportunities

• Study Assistance

 

LEADING HAND ROAD MAINTENANCE (REF: 190)

 

The Leading Hand Road Maintenance provides guidance and carries out maintenance activities on the City’s sealed road network assets, including asphalting, chip sealing and edge patching.

The successful applicant will hold an MR licence and have demonstrated experience in the provision of road maintenance services.

Key accountabilities will include:

  • Providing initiative and guidance to direct reports in daily activities, including coordinating all materials and equipment for use by the team.

  • Ensuring that all work undertaken by team is to a high standard and within budget and agreed timeframes.

  • General operation of plant, maintenance and/or labour duties as required.

  • Operating plant and hand tools in a competent and safe manner including excavators, bobcats, forklifts, skid steer and other machinery as required.

A starting salary of $60,646 per annum or $30.69 per hour will be offered dependent on knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications.

Interested in applying?

The position description, application form and further information on how to apply can be obtained from our website www.cgg.wa.gov.au/employment. To gain a better understanding of the role, please call David Bairstow, Supervisor Urban Roads on 08 9956 6710.Applications with addressed selection criteria should be submitted by 4pm, Friday 19 January 2018.

Ross McKim
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

Parks Furniture & Playgrounds Worker

Overlooking the Indian Ocean, Geraldton is a thriving regional city at the heart of Australia’s Coral Coast. With a growing population of over 41,000 people it offers a wide range of services and activities. Geraldton is recognised as one of WA’s key growth areas and the opportunities in this regional city are plentiful. You can be part of working with us to deliver the best for our community and this region.

The City of Greater Geraldton actively welcomes, includes and values the unique contributions of all people in its workplace. The City welcomes applications from all age groups, people with a disability, and those from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

Benefits which we offer:

  • Up to 18.5% Superannuation
  • 22 Annual Leave days
  • Health & Wellbeing Program
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Career opportunities
  • Study Assistance

PARKS FURNITURE & PLAYGROUNDS WORKER (REF: 144)

The Parks Furniture & Playgrounds Worker provides guidance and carries out general inspections, maintenance and installations for the City’s parks infrastructure facilities, including all furniture and playgrounds.

The successful applicant will have demonstrated experience in parks furniture and playground equipment maintenance techniques, including hazard identification.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • C Class Driver’s Licence

  • Blue/White Construction Card

  • First Aid Certificate

  • Basic Worksite Traffic Management ticket

  • Qualification/VOC from Registered Training Organisation for listed plant (desirable)
    - Loader
    - Mini-excavator/excavator
    - Elevated Work Platform
    - Forklift

  • Demonstrated experience in furniture and playground equipment maintenance techniques including hazard identification

  • Experience in the safe use of plant and equipment associated with furniture and playground maintenance, including loader, mini excavator and EWP

  • Experience working as part of a small team to set timeframes

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Developing knowledge of building materials and construction techniques associated with street furniture and parks structures
  • Knowledge of OSH procedures including plant and vehicle pre- starts, risk analysis and job safety assessments (JSAs)
  • Sound ability to operate and use hands tools, small power tools, plant, specialised machinery and vehicles effectively and safely
  • Basic written and verbal communication and customer service skills
  • Demonstrated attention to detail and an awareness of working in high profile areas
  • Demonstrated values of service, trust, accountability, respect and solidarity and a commitment to quality and continuous improvement principles

Interested in applying?

The position description, application form and further information on how to apply can be obtained from our website www.cgg.wa.gov.au/employment. To gain a better understanding of the role, please call Brendon Hagan, Supervisor Infrastructure on 08 9956 6727.

Applications with addressed selection criteria should be submitted by 4pm, Friday 19 January 2018.

Ross McKim
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER