Mosman Park Town Council

Mosman Park is a western suburb of Perth, Western Australia on the north bank of the Swan River in the local government area of the Town of Mosman Park. It was historically known as Buckland Hill (1889-1909), then Cottesloe Beach (1909-1930) and again Buckland Hill (1930-1937). From 1937 it was named Mosman Park, derived from Mosman in Sydney, the birthplace of Richard Yeldon, a member of the Buckland Hill Road Board. Mosman Park is now considered an affluent suburb, but prior to the 1970s was one of Perth's major industrial centres.

$55,000 - $62,000 yearly
Mosman Park Town Council Mosman Park WA, Australia
21 Jun, 2021
Full time
A rare opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated individual with a passion for delivering first-class landscaping maintenance services to the Town’s parks and gardens. Joining the Parks team as a crewmember will see you providing high-quality customer service and be “hands-on” within an operational team. Entitlements: 17.5% leave loading, 2 extra days of leave each year Additional superannuation (subject to individual contribution) Flexible working arrangements Professional development opportunities Wellness programs, including an Employee Assistance Program Free parking, and close to public transport. We are a values-driven organisation proud to be serving our community with luscious green spaces and a built environment. If you are looking to work with an organisation that truly believes its workforce is its most important asset and promotes a positive and friendly working environment then the Town of Mosman Park could be the...