Situated on one of the largest protected natural harbours in the world, Port Lincoln is a vibrant regional centre and tourist hub in the southern Eyre Peninsula. With a strong community spirit, it offers an unprecedented lifestyle with access to a modern airport, public and private schooling, sporting facilities, shopping and an extraordinary dining culture featuring exquisite seafood, local produce, and wines.
Reporting to the General Manager Environment and Infrastructure, this position is responsible for the delivery and maintenance of the Council's infrastructure and works operations program and is responsible for planning, design, delivery, and maintenance of Council's civil and built infrastructure including roads, bridges, drainage, footpaths, and marine assets.
With a strategic mindset, you will be focused on the development of multi-year works plans and schedules, the efficient and effective delivery of services, and the development and mentoring of staff within the Civil Assets & Operations team.
Some of the key benefits associated with this position include:
- Permanent position
- Excellent remuneration
- 13% Super
- Fully expensed vehicle
- Mobile phone or phone allowance
- 75 hours per fortnight
- 4 weeks annual leave + 5 annual flexi-days
- 50% reimbursement of relocation expenses up to $5,000
Successful candidates will ideally have a tertiary qualification in Asset Management, Civil Engineering or Construction, or similar related discipline however, demonstrable experience will be considered in lieu of qualifications. As a collaborative and influential leader, you will ensure the efficient delivery of customer focused outcomes. You will have a high level of technical competence relating to assets and infrastructure management including knowledge of asset management principles, associated Acts, Regulations, and Legislation.
To download a Candidate Information Pack and to apply, please visit mcarthur.com.au and reference job number 144024. Applications close 5pm on Thursday 7th October 2021.
Confidential enquiries may be directed to Paul Coyle on 08 8100 7000.