Technical Officer – Works

Glenorchy is Tasmania’s fourth largest city with a population of 46,790.  The City lies on the western shore of the Derwent River, next to the City of Hobart. Glenorchy is the second biggest employment location in greater Hobart and the industrial centre for Tasmania.  Home to the world-famous Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), Glenorchy also has vibrant retail and community services sectors.  Our community’s vision for the City is to be a proud city; a city of arts; of opportunity; of partnerships; a city that makes exciting things happen.We are looking for a suitably qualified Technical Officer - Works to join the Works Department, located at the Works Depot you will manage the practical application of Council's inspection and maintenance management software. The Candidate:  You will have an aptitude and experience in IT systems, be familiar with Local Government Infrastructure including roads, footpaths, open spaces and be able to provide practical advice on the data collation, classification of GCC's roads and footpaths.Position Number: 100624Position Hours: 75 hours per fortnight. Salary: Schedule A, Salary Point 11 $72,387.74 to $83,913.74 plus 13.5% superannuation, in accordance with Glenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021.Please note that all successful applicants will be required to provide a current National Police Check prior to commencement of employment.For further information on this position, contact Tim Horton, Operations and Maintenance Supervisor  on (03) 6216 6800.How to apply:  Applications for this position must be lodged on this submission site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page. To be considered for this role, all applicants must address the key selection criteria in the Position Description and provide a current resume.  A copy of the position description can be found by clicking the below hyperlink or on the Glenorchy City Council website. Applications close at 8pm on Sunday 5th December 2021Position Description 72387 AUD Glenorchy 7010

Technical Officer - Works

Glenorchy is Tasmania’s fourth largest city with a population of 46,790.  The City lies on the western shore of the Derwent River, next to the City of Hobart. Glenorchy is the second biggest employment location in greater Hobart and the industrial centre for Tasmania.  Home to the world-famous Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), Glenorchy also has vibrant retail and community services sectors.  Our community’s vision for the City is to be a proud city; a city of arts; of opportunity; of partnerships; a city that makes exciting things happen.

We are looking for a suitably qualified Technical Officer - Works to join the Works Department, located at the Works Depot you will manage the practical application of Council's inspection and maintenance management software. 

The Candidate:  

You will have an aptitude and experience in IT systems, be familiar with Local Government Infrastructure including roads, footpaths, open spaces and be able to provide practical advice on the data collation, classification of GCC's roads and footpaths.

Position Number: 100624

Position Hours: 75 hours per fortnight. 

Salary: Schedule A, Salary Point 11 $72,387.74 to $83,913.74 plus 13.5% superannuation, in accordance with Glenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021.

Please note that all successful applicants will be required to provide a current National Police Check prior to commencement of employment.

For further information on this position, contact Tim Horton, Operations and Maintenance Supervisor  on (03) 6216 6800.

How to apply:  Applications for this position must be lodged on this submission site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page. 

To be considered for this role, all applicants must address the key selection criteria in the Position Description and provide a current resume.  A copy of the position description can be found by clicking the below hyperlink or on the Glenorchy City Council website. 

Applications close at 8pm on Sunday 5th December 2021