Community Development /Liaison Officer
Closes: 27 Oct
Moree Plains Shire Council currently has a rewarding opportunity for a Community Development/Liaison Officer to join the Council.
- Permanent full time – 35 hours per week
- Location Moree
About the role
The Community Development/Liaison Officer will manage engagement with State Agencies and Not for Profits in the Community Development area, to assist in the achievement of social plans as an integrated part of Council's planning processes.
Salary and conditions will be in accordance with the Local Government (State) Award 2020, Band 2 Level 2 Grade 11 Step 1 $1,251.45 to Step 3 $1,345.35 in Council’s Salary System, depending on qualifications and experience.
Further details about the role can be found in the full Position Description
You will hold qualifications at Diploma level in Community Development / relevant equivalent qualifications (Note: Considerable relevant practical experience and other relevant qualifications may be taken into account as being equivalent but may result in appointment at a lower level) in addition to experience working in and/or with community groups or organisations and/or government and non-governmental agencies.
It is also essential that you have a current NSW Working with children check clearance and a class C Driver's Licence.
How to apply
To apply, please visit www.mpsc.nsw.gov.au and address the selection criteria. All applications must be made online only.
To maximise your chance of gaining an interview for this position, it is important that you address the essential and desirable criteria. To find out more, please read Moree Plains Shire Council's guidelines & Checklist for job applicants.
Closing date for applications
This position closes at 4.00pm Wednesday 27 October 2021.
For more information
Further information regarding the online application process may be obtained by contacting Council’s Human Resources Team on (02) 67 573 234 or via email email@example.com
Our commitment to safety
Moree Plains Shire Council is committed to safety. A pre-employment health check and a three-month probationary period apply to all positions. All employees are subject to drug and alcohol screening at the pre-employment health screening and random testing will occur throughout the probationary period.
Council also has a generous incentive scheme and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.