Whitehorse City Council

The Whitehorse City Council is the governing body of the city of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. The council consists of a mayor plus six councillors elected at large. The current mayor of Whitehorse is Dan Curtis, since 2012.

Governance of the city was temporarily transferred to a taxpayer advisory committee led by Joseph Oliver for part of 1973, after five of the city's six councillors resigned on July 9, 1973 in protest against a jurisdictional dispute with the Yukon Territorial Council, leaving the council without a quorum to conduct city business.[2] A by-election was held on September 20, 1973 to elect a new council.

Whitehorse City Council Nunawading VIC, Australia
12 Jul, 2021
Are you passionate about making a difference to the lives of older people, people with disabilities and their carers? Are you dynamic, flexible and capable of delivering a range of services including Domestic Assistance, Meal Preparation, Shopping, Personal Care and Respite? Whitehorse City Council is offering committed, caring and positive people the opportunity to join our Home and Community Services team as a Support Worker. These positions play a vital role in supporting Whitehorse’s older residents, their caregivers and people with a disability to live active, engaged and independent lives. The successful candidates will have the following: Certificate III in Home and Community Care or Aged Care Experience in monitoring and assisting clients with dementia Demonstrated ability to work effectively with frail older people, people with disabilities and their carers and people from diverse backgrounds Demonstrated understanding of safe food handling...