- Permanent full time with monthly RDO
- Band 7 salary range between $92,012 - $101,890 per annum, plus 10.5% super
- Shape this new role and team your way!
Following an extensive review and community engagement, City of Ballarat has developed a complimentary suite of programs and activities as an alternative to the funded Aged Care Service, to support the ageing community. We are looking to find the right people for new and exciting senior team positions. The new team direction is primarily a community development model to assist Ballarat to continue its development as an Age-Friendly community.
Your new role
The Team Leader role is integral in influencing organisational policies, strategies and initiatives that create an inclusive and socially connected community for residents as they age and will be responsible for the creation and implementation of programs that address social isolation and assist residents to access appropriate services and supports.
This role requires management of a team who undertake diverse roles and is responsible for clearly articulating the needs of the community through evidence-based research, data collection and authentic collaboration to ensure Council is strategically planning for the health and wellbeing of the ageing community, now and into the future.
This is a full-time permanent role with monthly RDO based at the Phoenix Building with access to flexible hybrid work options.
This is a Band 7 classified role salary range between $92,012 - $101,890 per annum plus 10.5% super.
Interviews will be held on Friday 24 February 2023
What you will need to thrive
The Key Selection Criteria can be found in the attached position description. Together with these skills and knowledge, the right person will have the ability to be flexible and nimble in a new ever-changing environment, a ‘can go’ positive attitude with a nurturing and energised personality. A sense of humour will go a long way as you navigate yours and your new team’s way.
At City of Ballarat, making a difference to others and our community is at the heart of everything we do. We are inspired by empowering our community, inside and out, to thrive and prosper through living our values. We support hybrid and flexible working and embrace diverse and inclusive environments. We succeed by recruiting for excellence through investing in our people, encouraging their unique talents and supporting them to bring their whole selves to work.
We believe in our people and provide a supportive, driven and inclusive culture we are proud of, that focuses on wellbeing.
We also offer:
- accrued days off for full time employees;
- growth and learning opportunities;
- career development;
- discounted memberships
- a supportive Employee Assistance Program.
Council is committed to providing and maintaining a working environment which is safe and without risk to the health of its workers and the community.
How to apply
Please click on the Apply button and submit your application including a current resume, cover letter and statement addressing the key selection criteria. The closing date for this position is Thursday 9 February 2023.
If you have any further questions please contact Ann Pitt, Executive Manager Ageing Well on (03) 5320 5761 or 0409 344 312.