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.

22 Dec, 2021
Full time
$55,363 - $72,461 yearly
Katherine Town Council Katherine NT, Australia
Permanent/Full-time position Entry-level finance position, limited/minimal experience required. Must have ability to work and learn successfully on the job Level 3-4 classification, depending on skills and capabilities ($55,362.50 - $72,460.50)  Superannuation contribution of 10% 6 weeks annual leave per year 3 weeks sick leave per year Download the position description here. Closing date: Sunday 30 January 2022 For your application to be considered, you must apply through the below form Save Your Progress You have the ability to save this form and complete it at a later date. An email will be generated and sent to the specified address.  Note: Incomplete forms are kept for a period of 2 day(s) , after this time the system will automatically delete your response.  
22 Dec, 2021
Full time
$81,319 - $99,060 yearly
Katherine Town Council Katherine NT, Australia
Permanent/Full Time position Level 6-7: $81,318.50 - $99,060.35 6 weeks Annual Leave p.a 3 weeks Sick Leave p.a On Call duties/over time required from time-to-time Above award entitlements and penalty rates Position Context: This position reports directly to the Director of Community Services and is responsible for leading the Regulatory Services in the provision, development and delivery of a broad range of activities including animal control and management, parking and litter control, By-Law enforcement, mosquito management and other regulatory services. This position must understand, interpret and enforce Council’s By-Laws, issuing Council infringements for matters pertaining to the By-Laws and undertaking the role and duties of an authorised officer according to the local law. This position undertakes critical thinking required for problem solving initiatives, and must lead and advise the Regulatory Services...