Labourers – Parks and Open Spaces2019-05-27T14:13:08+10:00
Type: Permanent and Fixed Term Full Time rolesSalary: LGE3 ($49,934.33 per annum + superannuation)Location: TownsvilleTownsville: City of OpportunityTownsville is the capital of Northern Australia, and Townsville City Council is the largest regional council in Queensland. Our Council is undergoing a whole-of-organisation transformational change which will place our customers at the heart of everything we do and allow us to take advantage of exciting opportunities to revolutionise the delivery of services to a community of more than 190,000 residents. Council strives to facilitate sustainable economic development for our region, enhance quality of life for our residents, and identify and unlock the potential of our City through inspired leadership, co-design of services with the community, and sustainable and innovative business partnering.The Park and Open Space Team provides delivery of maintenance activities related to Townsville's existing public infrastructure within parks, open spaces, including cemeteries; these areas provide a range of services including recreational and cultural activities for both residents and visitors across the Townsville Region.This position supports the delivery of sectional and team objectives through completing a range of assigned maintenance and functional activities across multiple disciplines. As the public image of the section, this role is critical in maintaining Council's image as efficient, effective, professional and customer focused.The purpose of the role is to undertake general labouring and other duties as directed across a range of infrastructure maintenance works, ensuring that all works are carried out in a safe, timely, efficient and effective manner, whilst projecting and promoting a professional and customer facing image and adhering to the values of Townsville City Council as efficient and courteous.Our ideal candidates will have:Current unrestricted Queensland "C" class licence (essential).Current unrestricted Queensland "MR" class licence or the ability to attain (desirable)Construction Safety (White Card) (30215 QLD - Course in General Safety Induction for the Construction Industry) or ability to attain.Queensland Government Traffic Controller Accreditation for Traffic Management Implementation (TMI), or the ability to attain.Certificate II in Arboriculture and/or Certificate II in Horticulture, or the ability to attain. Knowledge of operational procedures applicable to construction and maintenance ideally for council infrastructure assets.Knowledge of work procedures associated with the basic maintenance and deployment of construction and maintenance equipment/ plant.Note: We have a number of positions available to commence now as well as additional vacancies expected in the short term.  Your application for this position will remain current for a period of 6 months from advertising.Closing date: Sunday 1 September 2019To apply for this role, applicants must view the Position Information on the Townsville City Council website prior to lodging an application. This will provide further information on the role, including the application requirements.NOTE: The 'Apply Now' button below will not redirect you. Please follow the below link instead.https://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/about-council/job-vacancies/current-vacancies 0 AUD Townsville

Labourers - Parks and Open Spaces

  • Type: Permanent and Fixed Term Full Time roles
  • Salary: LGE3 ($49,934.33 per annum + superannuation)
  • Location: Townsville

Townsville: City of Opportunity

Townsville is the capital of Northern Australia, and Townsville City Council is the largest regional council in Queensland. Our Council is undergoing a whole-of-organisation transformational change which will place our customers at the heart of everything we do and allow us to take advantage of exciting opportunities to revolutionise the delivery of services to a community of more than 190,000 residents. Council strives to facilitate sustainable economic development for our region, enhance quality of life for our residents, and identify and unlock the potential of our City through inspired leadership, co-design of services with the community, and sustainable and innovative business partnering.

The Park and Open Space Team provides delivery of maintenance activities related to Townsville's existing public infrastructure within parks, open spaces, including cemeteries; these areas provide a range of services including recreational and cultural activities for both residents and visitors across the Townsville Region.

This position supports the delivery of sectional and team objectives through completing a range of assigned maintenance and functional activities across multiple disciplines. As the public image of the section, this role is critical in maintaining Council's image as efficient, effective, professional and customer focused.

The purpose of the role is to undertake general labouring and other duties as directed across a range of infrastructure maintenance works, ensuring that all works are carried out in a safe, timely, efficient and effective manner, whilst projecting and promoting a professional and customer facing image and adhering to the values of Townsville City Council as efficient and courteous.

Our ideal candidates will have:

  • Current unrestricted Queensland "C" class licence (essential).
  • Current unrestricted Queensland "MR" class licence or the ability to attain (desirable)
  • Construction Safety (White Card) (30215 QLD - Course in General Safety Induction for the Construction Industry) or ability to attain.
  • Queensland Government Traffic Controller Accreditation for Traffic Management Implementation (TMI), or the ability to attain.
  • Certificate II in Arboriculture and/or Certificate II in Horticulture, or the ability to attain. 
  • Knowledge of operational procedures applicable to construction and maintenance ideally for council infrastructure assets.
  • Knowledge of work procedures associated with the basic maintenance and deployment of construction and maintenance equipment/ plant.

Note: We have a number of positions available to commence now as well as additional vacancies expected in the short term.  Your application for this position will remain current for a period of 6 months from advertising.

Closing date: Sunday 1 September 2019

To apply for this role, applicants must view the Position Information on the Townsville City Council website prior to lodging an application. This will provide further information on the role, including the application requirements.

NOTE: The 'Apply Now' button below will not redirect you. Please follow the below link instead.

https://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/about-council/job-vacancies/current-vacancies