Other Opportunities

Council Opportunities

Wingecarribee Shire Council Family Day Care Educator

Start your own business working from home as a Registered Family Day Care Educator. Please contact the Children's Services Team on 02 4868 0888 for further details or click on the link below:

Children's Services

Traffic & Transport Planning Engineer

  • Develop the strategic plan for future networks
  • Focus on modelling, planning and design
  • Exceptional regional NSW lifestyle

Located 110 kms Southwest of Sydney, Wingecarribee Shire is set in the stunning Southern Highlands. It is home to 51,000 residents and boasts a strong, well established agribusiness base and rapidly growing tourism, equine and education sectors. It is also strategically located with quick and easy access to Sydney, Canberra and the New South Wales south coast.

As a key member of the Assets team, you will play an integral hands-on role across traffic and transport modelling, investigations, planning and design for the region's roads and associated infrastructure. You will also contribute to and have a direct influence on the development of the Strategic Traffic and Transportation Plan for both the existing and future transport networks. Specifics will include the collection, modelling and analysis of key data, micro simulation modelling, and the assessment of both traffic impact and parking needs.

Tertiary qualified in Civil Engineering with extensive design experience, your track record will include preparing and assessing traffic studies, intersection and traffic modelling and associated cost estimating. A natural multi-tasker with the ability to effectively manage multiple projects, you will also have a thorough understanding of traffic engineering management tools including SIDRA and TRACKS.

This is an exceptional opportunity to further develop both your technical engineering and project management skills with a contemporary thinking, community-focused Council, while also enjoying all the lifestyle attractions of a stunning regional New South Wales location.

To apply, visit mcarthur.com.au and search under ref. 144114

For a confidential discussion, call Tamar Aslanian on (02) 9277 7000.

Water Headworks Engineer

  • Focus on effective delivery of planned works
  • Bring your strong technical engineering skills
  • Exceptional regional NSW lifestyle

Located 110 kms Southwest of Sydney, Wingecarribee Shire is set in the stunning Southern Highlands. It is home to 51,000 residents and boasts a strong, well established agribusiness base and rapidly growing tourism, equine and education sectors. It is also strategically located within quick and easy access to Sydney, Canberra and the New South Wales south coast.

As a senior member of the specialist Water and Sewer team, you will be responsible for all operations, inspections, maintenance, and renewal initiatives aligned with the water treatment infrastructure. Your endgame objective will be to ensure the effective and timely delivery of all planned works in line with Council's DWMS, ADWG and regulatory requirements, and agreed budget parameters.

Tertiary qualified in a Science or Engineering discipline, you will possess water treatment operational experience where you will be required to manage, plan, and proactively participate in the delivery of staff activities to achieve best operating practices for all water treatment plants and associated source/distribution infrastructure for example Raw Water Dams and Reservoirs. As well as direct and manage the incidental regulatory reporting for government bodies including NSW Health and DPIE Water and coordinate sampling analysis programs to ensure compliance with NSW Health standards to minimise both business and consumer risk.

This is a rare opportunity to bring your operational engineering skills to an environment that will always offer challenge and variety. And there are also all the lifestyle attractions of a stunning regional New South Wales location.

To apply, visit mcarthur.com.au and search under ref. 144116

For a confidential discussion, call Tamar Aslanian on (02) 9277 7000.

Senior Accredited Certifier

  • Focus on complex development applications
  • Key point of reference for fire safety advice
  • Exceptional regional NSW lifestyle

Located 110 kms Southwest of Sydney, Wingecarribee Shire is set in the stunning Southern Highlands. It is home to 51,000 residents and boasts a strong, well established agribusiness base and rapidly growing tourism, equine and education sectors. It is also strategically located with quick and easy access to Sydney, Canberra and the New South Wales south coast.

Reporting to the Manager, Certification and Compliance, you will be responsible for the assessment of complex residential development applications, and the certification and inspection of construction and complying development certificate applications. You will also be the first point of reference for all queries and advice regarding fire safety issues.

Tertiary qualified in Building Surveying, Environmental Health or a related discipline and eligible for registration with NSW Fair Trading, you have a strong Local Government based background and have extensive experience with the application of statutory provisions under all associated acts, legislation, code and standards parameters. On a technical level, you have hands-on experience of working with contemporary EDMS technologies such as Tech 1ECM and Tech 1 Property and Rating.

This is an excellent opportunity to further develop your accreditation and certification skill sets while also contributing to long-term change and business transformation. And there are also all the lifestyle attractions of a stunning regional New South Wales location.

To apply, visit mcarthur.com.au and search under ref. 144120

For a confidential discussion, call Tamar Aslanian on (02) 9277 7000.

Accredited Certifier

  • Focus on residential development applications
  • Major business transformation agenda
  • Exceptional regional NSW lifestyle

Located 110 kms Southwest of Sydney, Wingecarribee Shire is set in the stunning Southern Highlands. It is home to 51,000 residents and boasts a strong, well established agribusiness base and rapidly growing tourism, equine and education sectors. It is also strategically located within quick and easy access to Sydney, Canberra and the New South Wales south coast.

Reporting to the Manager, Certification and Compliance, you will be responsible for the assessment of residential development applications, and the certification and inspection of construction and complying development certificate applications. You will also provide a responsive inspection resource for all stages of building construction including critical stage inspections.

Tertiary qualified in Building Surveying, Environmental Health or a related discipline, you have a strong Local Government based background and have extensive experience with the application of statutory provisions under all associated acts, legislation, code and standards parameters. On a technical level, you have hands-on experience of working with contemporary EDMS technologies such as Tech 1ECM and Tech 1 Property and Rating.

This is an excellent opportunity to further develop your accreditation and certification skill sets while also contributing to long-term change and business transformation. And there are also all the lifestyle attractions of a stunning regional New South Wales location.

To apply, visit mcarthur.com.au and search under ref. 144119

For a confidential discussion, call Tamar Aslanian on (02) 9277 7000.

Senior Development Engineer

  • Community-focused civil engineering initiatives
  • Major business transformation agenda
  • Exceptional regional NSW lifestyle

Located 110 kms Southwest of Sydney, Wingecarribee Shire is set in the stunning Southern Highlands. It is home to 51,000 residents and boasts a strong, well established agribusiness base and rapidly growing tourism, equine and education sectors. It is also strategically located with quick and easy access to Sydney, Canberra and the New South Wales south coast.

You will oversee the assessment of a broad range of civil engineering applications across residential, commercial, industrial development and subdivisions, and play an integral role in helping drive business transformation and cultural change. In addition, you will be a key technical advisory resource for both internal and external stakeholders while also providing guidance, direction and support to your team.

A tertiary qualified Civil Engineer, you already have long-term experience across a broad range of Roads-based applications including pavements, drainage, flooding, water and sewer, and traffic engineering, and have built a thorough understanding of all associated Acts, Legislation and Guidelines. You have managed, developed and inspired teams within complex, deadline-driven environments and can quickly build collaborative, close-working partnerships both internally and externally.

This is a rare opportunity to further extend and challenge your senior engineering and team leadership skills while also helping drive strategic, long-term change and business transformation. And there is also all the lifestyle attractions of a stunning regional New South Wales location.

To apply, visit mcarthur.com.au and search under ref. 144137

For a confidential discussion, call Tamar Aslanian on (02) 9277 7000.

Coordinator Assets - Roads and Traffic

  • RDWS asset specialist
  • Focus on team and performance management
  • Exceptional regional NSW lifestyle

Located 110 kms Southwest of Sydney, Wingecarribee Shire is set in the stunning Southern Highlands. It is home to 51,000 residents and boasts a strong, well established agribusiness base and rapidly growing tourism, equine and education sectors. It is also strategically located with quick and easy access to Sydney, Canberra and the New South Wales south coast.

Working within the asset management and operational plan parameters for roads, drainage, water and sewerage (RDWS), you will coordinate and manage all asset team activities at both a strategic and operational level. This will include budget monitoring, staff and resource scheduling, performance reporting and liaison with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders including other Councils.

Tertiary qualified in an Engineering discipline, you will have extensive experience across construction, maintenance and asset management within RDWS environments including in-depth understanding of all associated guidelines, policies and procedures. Your management style is based on collaboration and accountability and you have an impressive track record leading and inspiring high performing, outcome-focused teams.

This is a rare opportunity to bring both your technical experience and team management skills to an environment that will always offer challenge and variety. And there are also all the lifestyle attractions of a stunning regional New South Wales location.

To apply, visit mcarthur.com.au and search under ref. 144117

For a confidential discussion, call Tamar Aslanian on (02) 9277 7000.

Business Development Manager - Public Works Advisory & Regional Dev

We are seeking enthusiastic, people-focused and motivated professionals to join our Regional Development team across regional NSW.

In the role of Business Development Manager, you will identify and deliver services to regional businesses to expand their contribution to sustainable, high quality growth, job creation and job retention. You will work as part of a team to drive and facilitate investment to ensure regional NSW continues to be a vibrant and growing part of the economy.

This role will be responsible for identifying, delivering and managing projects that can utilise NSW Government programs to attract and retain businesses in NSW, increase economic growth, grow employment, infrastructure and investment.

Find out more by visiting the below link:

Business Development Manager

Canberra Region Positions

The Canberra Region Joint Organisation (CRJO) is a regional leader that advocates for 10 member Councils across the South East NSW, covering 92,000 square kilometres and a population of 800,000.

Working for CRJO is incredibly rewarding, with the opportunity to be part of the voice that actively seeks to promote and improve this unique part of New South Wales. Please  click on the below link for further information;

Canberra Region Positions