Advert ID: 20004511
Environment Stream Leader
North Burnett Regional Council
North Burnett, Gayndah, Queensland
North Burnett Regional Council is seeking a new Environment Stream Leader. This role will lead a small and competent team in the delivery of environmental services and projects.
The council has a high focus on innovation and best practice, and you will have the opportunity to apply this focus and your skills to the organisation’s environmental services and statutory obligations.
If you’re looking to take the next step into leadership a role within Environmental services, this could be the position for you. Council is offering a competitive remuneration package that includes a vehicle for commuter use, 9 day working fortnight, while being supported in your professional development.
Benefits of the Role
About the Person
Qualifications and Experience required:
Working and living in the Region
As a local government in a large regional area, North Burnett covers 19,708 square kilometres, Council offers an exciting lifestyle and challenging career opportunities. Surrounded by natural beauty, the North Burnett region offers a relaxed and rural lifestyle with low cost of living and easy access to essential services.
North Burnett Regional Council is constantly looking for ways to improve, innovation and ideas are welcomed. Council understands that its continued success depends on hard-working, talented and innovative individuals, who want to make a difference in an organisation and in their careers.
Situated in the north-western corner of the thriving Wide Bay Burnett Region, the North Burnett is well-known for its strengths in agriculture, specifically fruit production and livestock production and also its, timber industry, manufacturing, mining, and food and beverage processing.
The North Burnett is located in the northern catchment of the Burnett River and is approximately four hours’ drive north of Brisbane and one-hour west of Bundaberg. The region encompasses six main townships - Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto, Mt Perry and Mundubbera which service around twenty-five villages and farming catchments. The region boasts rugged landscapes, healthy waterways, historical trails and sites, a window into the workings of rural communities and wonderful friendly people.
How to apply:View details
Applications close: 5.00pm Monday 16th December 2019