Manager Works

Applications closing on 14 June 2020, 11:59 PM

"Meeting of the Waters" the aboriginal meaning of our cultural and heritage rich town!

It's where the mighty Murray, Campaspe and Goulburn Rivers provide a focus for water sports, exciting entertainment and festivals, agriculture and tourism. Our community offers private schooling, affordable housing, fine dining and a relaxed country lifestyle, making it the perfect location for families and work life balance.

As a part of the Infrastructure Services Division, the role plays an important part in contributing to the integration of works activities within the Department and across other departments. The position is a key support role to the General Manager Infrastructure Services and as such, is expected to actively assist in managing change, coaching/mentoring team members and support the strategic direction of council.

Leading council’s Infrastructure teams, consultants and contractors, this role will also oversee the delivery of maintenance and construction services, including council roads, drains, paths, bridges, buildings, plant, fleet, and quarries.

To be successful for this role you will require:

  • Degree qualified
  • Substantial experience in managing diverse teams in a highly regulated environment
  • Demonstrated experience in the analysis of business practices to identify sustainable strategic efficiencies
  • Significant practical experience in successfully establishing and implementing change management strategies

This is a Senior Executive Officer (SEO) role in accordance with the Campaspe Shire Council Enterprise Agreement 2019. For more information, please contact Jason Deller, General Manager Infrastructure Services on (03) 5481 2392.

Applications close: Midnight, Sunday 14 June 2020.

To apply: Please email your cover letter, key selection criteria responses, resume and copy of qualifications/licences to:

Email: [email protected]

or mail to:

Confidential
Human Resources Department
Campaspe Shire Council
PO Box 35
Echuca VIC 3564