Katherine Town Council

The Katherine Town Council is a local government area in the Northern Territory, established on 3 March 1978. It is situated 320 kilometres (200 mi) south of Darwin, and covers an area of 7,417 square kilometres (2,864 sq mi).

The Town of Katherine is an established residential township with a commercial area and rural areas on the outskirts of the town. The original inhabitants of the town were the Dagoman and Jawoyn Aboriginal people. European settlement of the area dates from 1871, following the construction of the Overland Telegraph Line. Growth of the town began to start from 1926, following the opening of the railway line. The township grew around the railway line. The most significant development occurred in the post-war years, aided by growth in the tourism industry.

$24.54 hourly
Katherine Town Council Katherine NT, Australia
26 May, 2021
Limited Tenure Casual - $24.54 per hour Monday - Sunday roster, penalties rated included This position is responsible for the provision of friendly, efficient and accurate customer service to visitors in relation to attractions, accommodation and touring options available within Katherine and its regions. This position must work collaboratively and cohesively in a team environment, working together and achieving a common goal. Essential Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service Good interpersonal and communication skills Proven knowledge and understanding of the Katherine region and its surrounds Good computer skills and ability to learn new platforms and programs Good literacy and numeracy skills Ability to work cooperatively as a team as well as unsupervised Driver’s License ‘C’ class Download the position description here Applications Close 11:59 pm Wednesday 26 June 2021 *For your application to...