The Balonne Shire Council has an executive leadership opportunity for a new Director Community and Environmental Sustainability.
This position holds a key role in Council's executive leadership team and is responsible for a broad range of interlinked environmental, development, regulatory and community services programmes.
The Director will also be responsible for some of the region's most high-profile projects, including a large-scale Wild Dog Exclusion Fencing project, an integrated Regional Health Services project and a development of the Council's Biosecurity Plan. Each will have far-reaching community and economic development outcomes for the communities of the Balonne Shire.
Key Responsibilities include:
Leadership of a team of dedicated professionals.
Strong policy, programme and performance focus.
Development of a vibrant, healthy, successful and sustainable Balonne Shire.
Experience in a similar role is essential and postgraduate qualifications in management or project management will be well regarded.
The Balonne Shire Council has a population of 4500 and serves the communities of St George, Thallon, Dirranbandi, Bollon, Nindigully, Mungindi, and Hebel. This position is based in St George, located five-hours' drive west of Brisbane. The town has all the facilities for a comfortable rural lifestyle including a modern hospital, a wide range of schooling options, hotels and cafes & rural industries.
The team is friendly and professional, with a focus on solutions, efficiency, and putting the customer first. Council is offering professional stimulation, growth and opportunity, and an excellent executive package that includes housing and full private use of a vehicle.
For further information, download the Briefing Pack or contact Mark Ogston at Leading Roles on 0407 674 412.
The application period will close at 5 pm on Monday 30th July 2018.