The role & you

Come join the team at Taree Works Depot!

Do you want to make a real impact and contribute to services that strengthen your local community? We are looking for experienced individuals who have worked in the civil construction industry before to join the team!

Responsible for undertaking manual labouring tasks as well as the opportunity to operate minor plant equipment and truck operations.

You will:

Why work with us?

Please note that to be a successful candidate for this role you’ll be required to complete a pre-employment medical check (this will include a drug and alcohol test, sight and hearing, functional and medical component)

The package: Commencing salary package range circa $52,400 to $65,900 p.a. plus superannuation. (Dependent on skills and experience.)

Location: Your normal place of work will be the Taree Depot located on Arkwright Crescent, Taree 2430. You may also be required to be based from other Council sites across the MidCoast Council region.

Tenure: Permanent, Full Time.

Closing date: Sunday 3 March 2024 at 11.30 pm.

How to apply: 

For questions relating to the position requirements please contact Leonard Maharaj, Works Engineer Construction who is the hiring manager for this role. Leonard can be reached on (02) 7955 7339 or at leonard.maharaj@midcoast.nsw.gov.au.

For enquiries regarding the application process contact Jess Anniwell, Talent Acquisition Officer who is the HR representative for this role. Jess can be reached on (02) 7955 7934 or Jess.Anniwell@midcoast.nsw.gov.au.

About the MidCoast Region

From lakes and estuaries to white sandy beaches to world heritage mountain wilderness, the MidCoast region offers an attractive lifestyle for everyone. Our community is characterised by its welcoming attitude, growing economy and natural beauty. These are the pillars of the quality of life we value. To find out more about our beautiful region click here.

Our organisation

At MidCoast Council our people are our most important asset and we believe that we can only reach our full potential when you reach yours. This is the place for those who seek to play a role in the community and have an enthusiasm to learn and grow. Here you can make a real difference.

Our community is our customer and is at the centre of everything we do.  We value, support and empower our people to deliver positive results for our community.

Our commitment

At MidCoast Council we are committed to providing equal employment opportunities. Our aim is to provide all of our staff with an inclusive, safe and healthy working environment. We never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age or marital, veteran or disability status. If you have a disability and need to request any adjustments to assist with the application process, or to discuss workplace adjustments you may require, please contact the HR representative.

Council also recognises the skills and attributes of veterans and welcomes applications from ex-service personnel.

We’re a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.

The role 

Responsible for undertaking the operation of specialised plant equipment and labouring duties within Civil construction and maintenance. This role will be working on a wide range of infrastructure such as roads, bridges and drainage.

About you

Please note that to be a successful candidate for this role you’ll be required to complete a pre-employment medical check to ensure you can complete the essential requirements of the role.

Why work with us?

Salary: Commencing salary circa range $58,800 to $70,600 p.a. plus superannuation (dependent on skills and experience)

Location: Upon commencement your normal place of work will be the MidCoast Council Taree Depot located on Arkwright Crescent, Taree. You may also be required to be based from other Council sites across the MidCoast Council region.

Tenure: Permanent, Full Time.

Closing date: Sunday 25 February 2024 at 11.30 pm.

Want to know more?

For questions relating to the position requirements please contact Leonard Maharaj, Works Engineer Construction who is the hiring manager for this role. Leonard can be reached on (02) 7955 7339 or at leonard.maharaj@midcoast.nsw.gov.au.

For enquiries regarding the application process contact Jess Anniwell, Talent Acquisition Officer who is the HR representative for this role. Jess can be reached on (02) 7955 7934 or at jess.anniwell@midcoast.nsw.gov.au.

How to apply: 

About the MidCoast Region

From lakes and estuaries to white sandy beaches to world heritage mountain wilderness, the MidCoast region offers an attractive lifestyle for everyone. Our community is characterised by its welcoming attitude, growing economy and natural beauty. These are the pillars of the quality of life we value. To find out more about our beautiful region click here.

Our organisation

At MidCoast Council our people are our most important asset and we believe that we can only reach our full potential when you reach yours. This is the place for those who seek to play a role in the community and have an enthusiasm to learn and grow. Here you can make a real difference.

Our community is our customer and is at the centre of everything we do.  We value, support and empower our people to deliver positive results for our community.

Our commitment

At MidCoast Council we are committed to providing equal employment opportunities. Our aim is to provide all of our staff with an inclusive, safe and healthy working environment. We never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age or marital, veteran or disability status. If you have a disability and need to request any adjustments to assist with the application process, or to discuss workplace adjustments you may require, please contact the HR representative.

Council also recognises the skills and attributes of veterans and welcomes applications from ex-service personnel.

We’re a 2023 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.

We respectfully ask that recruitment agencies do not contact us at this stage.

In this Traineeship role (1 year fixed-term contract) the successful applicant will work closely alongside our chefs, kitchen and office staff to help produce delicious, nutritious meals for our elderly clients, while being supported to achieve a Certificate II in Commercial Cookery with paid study time. This is a rewarding opportunity within a growth industry in Aged Care, in a rapidly expanding organisation with multiple career opportunities. Find out more here: http://tinyurl.com/KitchenTraineeJan24

Looking for casual cleaners

Monday - Friday only ,you pick your days

$30 hr

Areas are from Coolongolook - Twelve Mile.

Experience in Home care cleaning prefered but is not essential, as will be trained

Have the ability to record daily duties on an app

Work independently, show care and support to the clients

Currant National Police Clearance (if not we can apply for it for you)

Ability to work with an electronic roster

Currant Drivers Licence

Good verbal & written skills

 

Forster Tuncurry Business Chamber is currently seeking a Business Development Manager to work 2-3 days a week.
The principle task for this role is income generation:

As the Business Development Manager, you'll play a key role in driving income and forging meaningful partnerships. These efforts will empower us to achieve our strategic vision.
Outstanding work in this role could open doors to more days on the job, as well as potential increases in salary and bonus incentives in the future.

Our mission is to: help our members to connect, grow and stay informed as we work together to make a positive impact on our local community and economy.

 

What’s the Forster Tuncurry Business Chamber all about?

 

The Forster Tuncurry Business Chamber is the local voice for business in Forster, Tuncurry and surrounds. It is the owner of the region's economic development strategy in partnership with local business and is driving both outcomes for its members and together for the region as a whole.

Our local business community is a dynamic and proactive group committed to growing relationships across our region, supporting each other and making a difference.

Over the years the Chamber has built the base and diversity of members and a clear and solid strategic economic direction. To achieve our ambitions we need to build our capacity.

 

The opportunity

 

We're searching for an individual experienced in various facets of business development, encompassing areas such as sponsorships, membership engagement, sales, stakeholder management, grant applications, event management and fundraising. Our ideal candidate is someone who will not only fit into this role but will also evolve with it in the coming years. While we're committed to our long-term vision, there's an immediate emphasis on achieving results.

The role will start with a six month contract at 2-3 days a week that will be re-negotiated based on success.

Currently this opportunity is for an independent contractor/business owner. You’ll have your own ABN, relevant insurances, reliable internet access and office equipment (phone, laptop, printer) to complete the required tasks.

Please provide your CV and a one page response describing:

 

How to apply

If this is the type of contribution you’re keen to make locally – please get in touch with Simon France, President, Forster Tuncurry Business Chamber at info@ftchamber.com.au by 5pm, Wednesday, November 29, 2023.

Casual Case Worker Criteria and position description

Closing date: Monday 4th December 4pm

RESPONSIBLE TO: Shelter Operations Manager

GLWS is a short term/crisis accommodation service for up to 10 women with or without dependent children, who are experiencing homelessness and/or domestic or family violence. Caseworkers provide a safe and nurturing environment to support women and children to rebuild self-esteem, access appropriate services and achieve control and fulfillment in their lives. Caseworkers support and empower residents with a client-centered, goal focused case management approach.

The shelter is based in Forster NSW.

We are currently looking for an experienced, caring, reliable and flexible caseworker to join our supportive team on a casual basis.

GLWS are seeking an experienced Caseworker(s) to fill a casual casework position

Essential criteria: (Please address each essential criteria in your application)

Desirable criteria:

Under the provisions of the Anti-Discrimination Act (NSW) 1977, being a woman is an essential criterion for this position.

Your application should include ALL the following:

Enquiries available via email: carly@glws.org.au or by calling the Shelter Operations Manager Carly Ravenscroft on 02 6555 9835

Applications to: Shelter Operations Manager Carly Ravenscroft carly@glws.org.au or post your application to: PO Box 4387 Forster NSW 2428

The suitable applicant will be subject to the relevant pre-employment checks for appointment to positions at GLWS.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women are encouraged to apply.

Playgroup/Reading Builds Awesome Brains Aboriginal Coordinator – 6 Month Maternity Position January 24 to July 24

Child Care Services Taree & Districts Inc. are seeking an enthusiastic, motived person to coordinate a Community Playgroup/ Reading Builds Awesome Brains Literacy program.

This position is a temporary part time maternity position 19.5 hours (3days) per week. Monday Wednesday and Thursday each week from January 2024 to July 2024.

Duties include preparation and set up for Playgroup sessions, outreach to families who are not able to attend sessions, planning and delivering Reading Builds Awesome Brains Literacy Program to parents through Playgroups in the local area.

CCSTD is a community based not for profit service based in Taree providing a range of programs to children and families throughout the Mid Coast Council area.

 

House keeping available 7 days a week minimum 15 hours

Working predominantly between our Gloucester and Forster offices this role is responsible for the delivery of efficient, effective and comprehensive customer service for visitors, local tourism businesses, and the community. Assisting the destination services team in projects to improve the delivery of visitor services and experiences within the MidCoast area.

You will be a wealth of knowledge on the Barrington Coast region, particularly from a tourism perspective. Furthermore, you will have demonstrated industry experience in tourism or a related field.

This role will see you acting as a positive point of contact to ensure all customers are provided with a superior customer service experience, whilst you actively promote local and regional tourism products and experiences.  You should be confident using multiple computer systems and will be required to process sales, bookings, and end of day cash reconciliation.

If you are passionate about our beautiful region, and seeking an opportunity where your skills and knowledge will be valued, apply today!

What you'll bring

What we offer?

Salary: Commencing hourly rate of $29.68 plus superannuation (exclusive of 25% casual loading)

Location: This position will be based from the Gloucester Visitor Information Centre and Forster Visitor Information Centre. You may also be required to be based from other Council sites across the MidCoast Council region for pop-up events.

Tenure: Casual

Closing date: Sunday 8 October 2023 at 11.30 pm.

Want to know more?

Please review the position description in PDF or Word formats

For questions relating to the position requirements please contact Walt Stinson, Team Leader Destination Experience who is the hiring manager for this role. Walt can be reached on (02) 7955 7513 or Walt.Stinson@midcoast.nsw.gov.au.

For enquiries regarding the application process contact Jess Anniwell, Talent Acquisition Officer who is the HR representative for this role. Jess can be reached on (02) 7955 7934 or at Jess.Anniwell@midcoast.nsw.gov.au.

This is an unpaid volunteer role

7 -14 hours per week (flexible)

Volunteer Support Coordinator

We are looking for an passionate and dedicated person to join our growing volunteer team to help coordinate a team of volunteers to support the operations of the Great Lakes Womens Shelter.

This is an exciting time to join our team as you will be involved in establishing the engagement and induction of suitable volunteers as well as coordinating a strong team.

Support coordinator will report to and be supported by the team leader to ensure smooth operations of the program.

Sample of some volunteer tasks:

·         Setting up bedrooms

·         Cooking with residents

·         Life skills with residents

·         Homework club / reading corner with children

·         Gardening maintenance

·         Vegetable garden creation and maintenance

·         Property maintenance and repairs

·         transporting clients to appointments

Key Accountabilities

Volunteer induction

Ensure WWCC and police checks are completed prior to volunteers being engaged in work and remain up to date.

Develop and maintain effective feedback communications and forums with the volunteer workforce.

Ensure all volunteers are appropriately on-boarded and inducted to the Centre.

Volunteer Supervision and Support

Coordinate, supervise and support volunteers to achieve operational and organisational outcomes.

Provide informal support to volunteers.

Develop and deliver a calendar of events that recognise the contribution that volunteers bring to GLWS

Volunteer Training and Development

Develop and maintain an accurate data base of available volunteers.

Volunteer rosters are developed and implemented monthly using a suitable system.

Develop and implement policies and procedures for volunteer program

Essential Criteria

Ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision, as well as a strong team player

Ability and willingness to deliver orientation and induction to volunteers

Excellent communication, negotiation and problem-solving skills

Computer literacy including knowledge of Microsoft 365 applications (E.g. Outlook, Microsoft Word)

Working with Children Check

National Criminal Record Check

Current, unrestricted NSW drivers licence

How To Apply

Prepare an application addressing each of the essential and desirable criteria outlined above, providing examples where relevant.

Send your application and resume/CV to Felicity Carter felicitycarter@westnet.com.au

For any enquiries about this opportunity, please contact Carly carly@glws.org.au

Applications will be evaluated as they are received.

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