Bassendean Town Council

The Town of Bassendean is a local government area in the northeastern suburbs of the Western Australian capital city of Perth, 6 kilometres (4 mi) west of the industrial centre of Midland and about 12 kilometres (7 mi) northeast of Perth's central business district. The Town covers an area of 10.4 square kilometres (4.0 sq mi), maintains 97 km of roads and had a population of approximately 15,000 as at the 2016 Census. The Town of Bassendean is a member of the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council.

22 Jun, 2022
Full time
$64,514 yearly
Bassendean Town Council Bassendean WA, Australia
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a full-time enthusiastic and motivated  Lead Horticulturalist  to join our Parks and Gardens Team. This role provides horticultural leadership to the Parks and Gardens team members.  You will be responsible for amenity horticulture and advanced horticultural activities within the Town’s parks, gardens and reserves including areas of natural heritage significance. These will include but are not limited to: Turf care Streetscape and Landscape gardening. Tree selection and planting. Selective chemical spraying. Management of reticulation systems. Natural area regeneration.  The successful candidate will have: A Tertiary Qualification, Certificate II or higher in horticulture. Significant experience in horticultural / arboricultural activities. A current ‘C’ Class Driver’s License (essential). A current ‘HR’ License would be an advantage....
30 May, 2022
$33.57 hourly
Bassendean Town Council Bassendean WA, Australia
$33.57 per hour including 25% casual loading The Town of Bassendean Children’s Services operates two quality early childhood Centres; Wind in the Willows. Wind in the Willows are places where childhood is cherished and children have a right to be heard. The dynamic and highly qualified team work respectfully and cohesively in the best interest of the children and the community.  We are seeking a self-motivated and vibrant Early Childhood Educator to join our fantastic team at the Wind in the Willows. The successful applicant will demonstrate high levels of teamwork ethic as well as a passion for upholding the rights of the child in accordance with the ECA code of ethics. Positivity, honesty and an ability to build respectful reciprocal relationships with children, families and each other are essential. If you are a nurturing, highly skilled and dedicated early childhood professional then we would love to hear from you. A minimum Certificate III or Diploma...