Apprentice - Horticulture/parks & Reserves; On Call Animal Control Officer; Program Facilitator

NORTHERN MIDLANDS COUNCIL

Campbell Town, TAS

Posted 1/17/2020

Apprenticeship - Horticulture/Parks & Reserves - Gain on the job training and experience. You will need to be motivated, physically fit, good communicator, team player, good work ethic, reliable. Require a current Tasmanian driver's licence. - Full time basis working 9 days per fortnight.

On Call Animal Control Officer - Main roll is to actively promote Council's Dog Management Policy by assisting with after hours animal control matters in accordance with the Dog Control Act 2000. This position is offered on a casual basis and will involve 1 week every 4 weeks from 5pm Monday to 8.30am the following Monday (not including business hours). Additional hours may be available to cover leave periods.

Program Facilitator - facilitate the operation of the Free 2b Girl’s program (ages 10 to 15 years) in Campbell Town, once per week during 2020 school term. Responsible for arranging and setting up of the venue, materials, activities, food etc. Approx 3 hours per week. Applicant must have a Working with Vulnerable People Registration or the ability to acquire this.

Further details can be obtained on Council’s website www.nmc.tas.gov.au Applications for each of the vacancies should include a cover letter, detailing how you meet the criteria and a current resume and be addressed to Samantha Dhillon, Northern Midlands Council, PO Box 156, Longford, Tasmania 7301 or emailed to council@nmc.tas.gov.au Applications close on 9 February 2020 and all enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence.

 Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

To view and apply for this job on the web visit:

http://www.masjobstas.com.au/job/13241826