Swan City Council

The City of Swan is a local government area of Western Australia. It is in the eastern metropolitan region of Perth and includes the Swan Valley and 42 suburbs. It is centred approximately 20 km north-east of the Perth central business district.

$63,213 - $74,502 yearly
Swan City Council Swan City, WA, Australia
04 Aug, 2021
Full time
The City of Swan is the largest and most diverse metropolitan local government in WA, which consists of metropolitan and rural communities and covers an area of 1042 square kilometres. Our purpose at the City is to improve the quality of life of all the people who live in, work in and visit the City of Swan. In order to do this, we are committed to finding the right People for the role. Our Marketing and Public Relations (MPR) team has a new opportunity for a self-motivated, customer focused professional to join as our MPR Support Officer. This role plays a crucial part in delivering a variety of support functions across marketing and promotional activities and presents a wonderful platform to gain a wider overview of the City’s MPR vision. This role provides an interesting balance between being the key liaison for all customers of the team, conducting all associated administrative tasks in support of the Manager, and proactively searching out opportunities for and...
$61,590 yearly
Swan City Council Swan City, WA, Australia
04 Aug, 2021
Full time
The City of Swan encompasses an area of 1,043 square kilometres, equivalent to almost 20 per cent of the Perth metropolitan area, and is the largest local government by area in Perth. We maintain a wide variety of built and natural parks environments including streetscapes, new subdivisions, heritage areas, verges, and the river precinct to ensure our residents and visitors can enjoy functional, attractive and safe environments. This is an ideal local opportunity for a positive and motivated person to join our busy operation and assist with the City of Swan’s maintenance programs primarily in horticulture, but expanding into civil engineering as needed. We are seeking applicants who can be diligent in performing the job safely to established safe work practices, and communicate effectively with team members, internal management, and residents. You will need to have a good working knowledge and experience in parks and gardens, or a similar manual working environment....
$69,663 yearly
Swan City Council Swan City, WA, Australia
04 Aug, 2021
Full time
At the City of Swan, we are proud of our natural surroundings and are committed to protecting our environment and enhancing our environmental performance and sustainability. Containers for Change (CfC) is now open in the City of Swan, with an easy to access refund point at the Recycling Centre - Bullsbrook. The Team Leader In this hands-on role is responsible for the day to day operation of the CfC operation and its people. From taking care of the behind the scenes business tasks, to counting and sorting, providing on-the-job direction and support to a team, and of course, being the smiling face of the scheme ready to help our customers. Naturally, to keep the operation running smoothly we are seeking candidates with: Selection Criteria: Excellent communication skills and front-line customer service experience in a supervisory capacity Excellent organisational skills in planning and managing deadlines Demonstrated understanding of safety (OSH) policies and...
$65,129 - $65,928 yearly
Swan City Council Swan City, WA, Australia
04 Aug, 2021
Full time
The City of Swan is the largest local government area within metropolitan Perth, Western Australia. With a range of green assets under management including parks, playgrounds, ovals, streetscapes and reserves, our parks teams work together to ensure our residents and visitors can enjoy functional, attractive and safe environments. This is an ideal local opportunity for a positive and motivated person to join us in delivering seamless parks management and outstanding customer service to our community. We are seeking an experienced Horticulturalist able to: Focus on completing work efficiently, to a high horticultural standard, and providing excellent customer service to the wide variety of people you will meet in your day to day work. Apply modern standards of safety and equal opportunity in everything you say and do. Demonstrate expertise in parks and gardens maintenance techniques and use of tools and equipment. Show a minimum qualification of Certificate III...
$63,214 - $74,502 yearly
Swan City Council Swan City, WA, Australia
04 Aug, 2021
Full time
At the City of Swan we commit to finding the right person for the job and to provide an enjoyable and engaging work environment. Our employees have varying backgrounds, skills and experience and with the largest local government area within metropolitan Perth and a unique urban growth profile, this assists us in meeting our community's expectations and our organisational needs. The City of Swan is seeking an enthusiastic professional to join our Asset Management team on a full-time, fixed term basis until 30 May 2023. The Asset Management team is responsible for planning for the City’s infrastructure with a replacement value of over $2.9 billion. We are seeking an efficient and self-motivated administrator with excellent communication skills to support the team and the wider Operations division. Selection Criteria: The essential qualifications and skills required to be successful in this role include: Qualifications in the area of Business, Business...
$63,588 - $64,387 yearly
Swan City Council City of Swan, WA, Australia
29 Jul, 2021
Full time
The City of Swan is the largest local government area within metropolitan Perth, Western Australia. With a range of parks and engineering assets under management including road reserves, drains and footpaths, our Construction & Maintenance Teams ensure our residents and visitors can enjoy a functional, attractive and safe environment. This is an ideal opportunity to make a difference in your local community. Working on the City’s maintenance programs in weed control, it requires a high level of skill and judgement in applying herbicides in residential and sensitive settings. Excellent communication skills and an ability to represent the City positively are essential as this role is highly visible in the community. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate: A current ChemCert AQF3 C class driver's licence White card Experience in operating spot spraying equipment in a variety of environments including high-profile locations, kerb lines,...