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Operations Officer (Plant Operator/Labourer) x 3

Federation Council

Corowa, Australia

Date posted: February 9, 2024

Closes: Mar 01, 2024

Operations Officer (Plant Operator)

Based in Urana 

  • Offering 3 x Full-time positions
  • Work 76 hours per fortnight
  • Rural community living in Urana NSW

 The opportunity

Federation Council are offering exciting opportunities for you to join our supportive and friendly team, and make a real meaningful difference in the Urana and surrounding communities.

In your new role as Operations Officer, you will operate Council’s plant safely and effectively to support the road maintenance and construction teams with the commitment to developing and maintaining a safe transport and road network.

In this role you will be responsible for

  • Providing labour and plant operating skills to construct, maintain and repair Council civil infrastructure;
  • Checking and installing roadside furnishings e.g. signs, guideposts, guardrails, fencing etc.;
  • Accurately completing documentation associated with plant and equipment operation;
  • Traffic Control Management duties as required;
  • Ensuring allocated plant performs to expected capacity to allow timely completion of Works Programs;

Ideally you will be someone who can demonstrate the following criteria:

  1. Hold a current and valid Medium Rigid (MR) Licence.
  2. Hold certificates of competency to operate a variety of plant such as skid steer, excavator, loader etc.
  3. Hold a General Construction Induction Certificate (White Card).
  4. Demonstrated relevant experience working in a construction environment or similar.
  5. General knowledge of servicing and maintenance of various plant to ensure they are in a clean and operational condition.
  6. Show initiative in solving problems, improving methods and productivity along with the ability to seek guidance and advice where required.

Some benefits of working at Federation Council include:

  • Be part of a team contributing to your local community
  • Fortnightly rostered days off
  • A family friendly organisation
  • Opportunities in career enhancement
  • Long service leave entitlements after 5 years’ service
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • A supportive and inclusive workplace
  • Diversity of growth of skills and experience

The appointment will be in accordance with the Local Government State Award and Council’s policies and conditions of employment.  The salary will be within the range of $1,082.20 to $1,255.00 per week plus standard allowances, depending on qualifications, experience and skills.

How to find out more

To find out more about this opportunity you can contact the HR Department on 02 6033 8999.

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