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Waste Education Officer

Advertiser: City of Wanneroo3 out of 53.0 overall rating (34 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
6 Sept 2019
Location
Perth, Northern Suburbs & Joondalup
Work Type
Contract/Temp
Classification
Education & Training, Other
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Waste Education Officer

Ashby Operations Centre
Fixed Term Full Time

Waste Education Officer 

 

  • Exciting opportunity to develop and deliver waste education projects within the City of Wanneroo
  • Full time, maximum term contract for up to 2 years
  • Salary from $83,870 to $89,121

 

About the City of Wanneroo

The City of Wanneroo (the City) is an expanding and thriving Local Government on the northern fringe of the Perth Metropolitan area, located approximately 12km from the CBD at its nearest point and 62km at its furthest point. Our community, council and City administration are working actively towards our vision of building a future together by collaborating with all stakeholders. We are a vibrant and progressive organisation committed to enabling our growing communities to prosper. We live by our Values of Customer Focused, Improvement, Accountability, Respect and Collaboration. As one of the fastest growing local governments in Australia we are excited about the opportunities for our community and staff.

 

Your new role

The City is seeking an experienced Waste Education Officer to join its Waste Services team to develop, deliver and evaluate education programs, initiatives and learning resources that promote positive waste and recycling choices, and support the City’s Strategic Waste Management Plan. Reporting to the Manager Waste Services, you will work in partnership with stakeholders to develop and implement engagement plans and learning resources. You will have the opportunity to participate in community events to support education programs and initiatives. You will therefore:

  •  Develop sustainable relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders.
  • Develop, implement and evaluate waste education programs, initiatives and learning resources.
  • Research, analyse and review waste education matters to identify emerging issues to develop evidence based recommendations.

 

This role may work outside of normal business hours to support the delivery of service unit activities.

 

What you will need

You will be passionate about developing, implementing and evaluating education programmes. To be successful in the role, you will have:

  •  Qualification in relevant discipline such as Education or relevant experience.
  • Experience in the development, delivery and evaluation of education programs is required.
  • Intermediate experience in the efficient utilisation of information systems and technology.
  • Intermediate computing, numeracy and literacy skills.
  • Advanced organisational skills with the ability to prioritise competing tasks.
  • Intermediate customer service skills.
  • Advanced communication and problem-solving skills.
  • Intermediate research and analysis skills.
  • Intermediate negotiation and influencing skills.
  • Knowledge of the practical application of occupational health and safety measures in the workplace, including operations where interaction with members of the public may be reasonably expected to occur.
  • C class Drivers Licence.
  • Current Working with Children Check.

 

What you will get in return

This highly rewarding, and equally challenging position will see you working with a fantastic and supportive team who are committed to delivering best practice outcomes for the community. You will receive an attractive salary over a 2 year contract. This will include on site car parking and additional co-contributions to superannuation up to 15%. More importantly, you will be given the opportunity to shape WA’s fastest growing City’s approach to waste management, in alignment to a well-defined future vision and to enrich a progressive culture focused on top performance.

 

Applicants may be required to undergo a medical assessment to determine their fitness to carry out the duties of this position.

All employees and prospective employees of the City of Wanneroo are required to declare any secondary employment and private activities to ensure that any conflict of interests may be appropriately managed.

To apply for this position, you must have the right to work in Australia and be willing to provide a National Police Clearance no older than 6 months.  

 



Enquiries: Scott Cairns
Ph: (08) 9405 5550
Applications Close: 20/09/2019

To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Ashby Operations Centre
Fixed Term Full Time

Waste Education Officer 

 

  • Exciting opportunity to develop and deliver waste education projects within the City of Wanneroo
  • Full time, maximum term contract for up to 2 years
  • Salary from $83,870 to $89,121

 

About the City of Wanneroo

The City of Wanneroo (the City) is an expanding and thriving Local Government on the northern fringe of the Perth Metropolitan area, located approximately 12km from the CBD at its nearest point and 62km at its furthest point. Our community, council and City administration are working actively towards our vision of building a future together by collaborating with all stakeholders. We are a vibrant and progressive organisation committed to enabling our growing communities to prosper. We live by our Values of Customer Focused, Improvement, Accountability, Respect and Collaboration. As one of the fastest growing local governments in Australia we are excited about the opportunities for our community and staff.

 

Your new role

The City is seeking an experienced Waste Education Officer to join its Waste Services team to develop, deliver and evaluate education programs, initiatives and learning resources that promote positive waste and recycling choices, and support the City’s Strategic Waste Management Plan. Reporting to the Manager Waste Services, you will work in partnership with stakeholders to develop and implement engagement plans and learning resources. You will have the opportunity to participate in community events to support education programs and initiatives. You will therefore:

  •  Develop sustainable relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders.
  • Develop, implement and evaluate waste education programs, initiatives and learning resources.
  • Research, analyse and review waste education matters to identify emerging issues to develop evidence based recommendations.

 

This role may work outside of normal business hours to support the delivery of service unit activities.

 

What you will need

You will be passionate about developing, implementing and evaluating education programmes. To be successful in the role, you will have:

  •  Qualification in relevant discipline such as Education or relevant experience.
  • Experience in the development, delivery and evaluation of education programs is required.
  • Intermediate experience in the efficient utilisation of information systems and technology.
  • Intermediate computing, numeracy and literacy skills.
  • Advanced organisational skills with the ability to prioritise competing tasks.
  • Intermediate customer service skills.
  • Advanced communication and problem-solving skills.
  • Intermediate research and analysis skills.
  • Intermediate negotiation and influencing skills.
  • Knowledge of the practical application of occupational health and safety measures in the workplace, including operations where interaction with members of the public may be reasonably expected to occur.
  • C class Drivers Licence.
  • Current Working with Children Check.

 

What you will get in return

This highly rewarding, and equally challenging position will see you working with a fantastic and supportive team who are committed to delivering best practice outcomes for the community. You will receive an attractive salary over a 2 year contract. This will include on site car parking and additional co-contributions to superannuation up to 15%. More importantly, you will be given the opportunity to shape WA’s fastest growing City’s approach to waste management, in alignment to a well-defined future vision and to enrich a progressive culture focused on top performance.

 

Applicants may be required to undergo a medical assessment to determine their fitness to carry out the duties of this position.

All employees and prospective employees of the City of Wanneroo are required to declare any secondary employment and private activities to ensure that any conflict of interests may be appropriately managed.

To apply for this position, you must have the right to work in Australia and be willing to provide a National Police Clearance no older than 6 months.  

 



Enquiries: Scott Cairns
Ph: (08) 9405 5550
Applications Close: 20/09/2019

To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.

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