Maintenance Coordinator (Civil & Horticulture)

$84,142 - $90,913 yearly
  • Light Regional Council
  • 93 Main Street, Kapunda SA 5373, Australia
  • Dec 25, 2020
Full time Engineering, Architecture, and Construction Other Trades and Services

Job Description

Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full-time
Career level: Mid Career
Salary: $84,142 to $90,913
Lodgement email: employment@light.sa.gov.au
Application close date: 04 Jan 2021 5-00 pm

Attachments

JD - Coordinator Maintenance - December 2020

Job Contact

Jason Norman

  • Progressive, growth Council
  • Supportive Working Environment
  • Salary $84,142 to $90,913 (L5-6 depending on experience)

Due the growth of our region, Light Regional Council has an opportunity to join the Infrastructure & Environment team (based in Freeling). If you are driven, passionate, highly organised and would like to join a progressive Council on a permanent full-time basis, your application will be welcomed.

Maintenance Coordinator (Civil & Horticulture) x1

Reporting to the Operations Manager you will implement and drive the maintenance programs of assets such as parks, reserves, street trees, vegetation sites (including natural heritage & remnant) roads, footpaths, and bridges that Council is responsible for. Your high-level technical expertise will be required to deliver projects and provide advice to Council, its relevant committees, internal departments, external organisations and the community on horticultural and civil maintenance issues relevant to the role.

To be successful for this role you will require:

  • Formal qualifications in one or more disciplines such as Horticulture, Civil Construction, Engineering, Management or Project Management.;
  • Broad experience in the planning and allocation of resources, including labour, plant, and machinery to reach the Infrastructure & Environment program objectives.
  • A working knowledge of current legislation, regulations and standards relevant to the position;
  • Excellent time management skills with the ability to manage competing priorities;
  • The ability to provide technical expertise, reports and advice to Council, its relevant committees, internal departments, external organisations and the community on issues relevant to the role.
  • Ability to problem solve, make appropriate decisions, good work ethics, including the ability to work co-operatively with the Manager, staff and the general public.
  • The ability to deliver operational and strategic plans and programs relevant to the function and within budget and resource allocations.

If you would like to discuss this position, please contact Jason Norman on (08) 8525 3200.

Applications must be forwarded in writing, marked “confidential” and emailed to employment@light.sa.gov.au.

Applications close 1:00pm, Monday 21 December 2020.

Light Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer

Job Closing Date

Jan 04, 2021