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Work Group Leader Program Maintenance North

Work Group Leader Program Maintenance North

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Do you want to:

  • Assist with the delivery of a high quality, planned maintenance program?
  • Coach and mentor team members and role model Council’s values?
  • Have the beautiful Adelaide Hills as your workplace?

We offer a diverse and supportive working environment, opportunities for professional development, flexible work practices, income protection insurance and a genuine desire for you to enjoy your work.

Work Group Leader Program Maintenance North

Reference number 124

Work Group Leader Grade 8: $74,597 - $76,412 (FTE) plus superannuation

Full time, permanent

The Adelaide Hills Council is a magnificent place to live, work and visit. The environmental, residential, primary production and natural qualities of the district are renowned and contribute to the Adelaide Hills being "a special place", and one of Australia's most loved areas. Adelaide Hills Council is committed to building the community through leadership, community involvement and commitment to service.

We are seeking an experienced team player that can assist with the delivery of a planned maintenance program by identifying, scoping out and scheduling required works. You will be based at either Council’s Northern Operations Centre (Gumeracha).

You will have a Certificate III in Civil Construction (or a willingness to undertake) with a broad knowledge of work planning practices and scheduling. You will have a good general understanding of asset management principles and experience using asset management software to schedule repairs and maintenance. Relevant experience, competency, and licences to safely operate a variety of plant are essential with a minimum class Medium Rigid Driver’s Licence, White Card Accreditation and Work Zone Traffic Management Ticket required. As a Work Group Leader within the field-based leadership classification criteria, you will provide leadership, coaching and mentoring to workers while role modelling Council’s values.

Applications must address the specified selection criteria in the position description and state the reference number from the advert. Visit www.ahc.sa.gov.au for the position description / see below to download the position description.

Apply by 8.00pm, Sunday 14 August 2022 via email to jobs@ahc.sa.gov.au

Enquiries are welcome to Joel Eckermann, Coordinator Civil Operations on (08) 8408 0550.

International applicants who do not have an appropriate Australian work visa or residency will not be considered or acknowledged.

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