Positions Vacant

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.

Current vacancies
Mechanic
Public Programs Officer, Fabrik


Mechanic
Reference no. 150
LGE Grade 6: $60,064 - $61,603 plus superannuation
Full-time, permanent position

We are seeking an experienced team player that can deliver a high quality and efficient repairs and maintenance service for the Council's fleet, heavy plant, and machinery.  

You will have a mechanical trade qualification with trade experience maintaining heavy plant and machinery. You will have relevant experience, competency and licences to safely operate a variety of plant including a minimum class Medium Rigid Driver's Licence and White Card Accreditation (or a willingness to undertake).

Applications must address the specified selection criteria in the position description and state reference number 150.
Click here to download the position description.

Apply by 8.00pm, Sunday, 3 March 2019 to mail@ahc.sa.gov.au

Enquiries are welcome to Chris Janssan, Manager Open Space on (08) 8408 0581.

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

 

Public Programs Officer, Fabrik
Reference no. 446
General Officer Level 5: $79,956 - $83,480
Full-time, three year contract

We are seeking a suitably skilled individual to support the establishment of Fabrik, a new arts and heritage hub based in Lobethal in the Adelaide Hills.

You will have a strong background working with artists and developing successful arts and history related programs and events. You will have an understanding of cultural development principles and enjoy working closely with communities. Supporting arts businesses will also be a part of your role and your ability to develop a space to sell artist works will be essential. You will, possess excellent interpersonal skills and have the ability to relate to a wide range of people.

This is a prescribed position. As part of Council's Safe Environment for Children and other Vulnerable People requirements a current child related employment screening assessment (within the last 12 months) is essential (or be willing to undertake).

Applications must address the specified selection criteria in the position description and state reference number 446.
Click here to download the position description.

Apply by 8.00pm, Sunday 24 February 2019 by to mail@ahc.sa.gov.au

Enquiries are welcome to Melinda Rankin, Director, Fabrik, (08) 8408 0570.

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