COMMUNITY RECREATION OFFICER
3 YEAR FULL TIME CONTRACT
Council is seeking a passionate person to carry out the role of Community Recreation Officer.
The work involves developing, organising, managing and supervising Council’s community recreation and development programs.
Applicants who wish to job share may also be considered.
The Position Description and Application Process details are available via the links below or by calling Council on 8976 0058.
Applications will be received until 4.00 pm on Friday 24th February, 2017.
Community Grants 2017-18
Competitive Grants are available for Community Groups based in the Council area in the following areas:
Renewal and Improvement Projects
The total pool this year is will be determined by Council when it considers the 2017/18 Budget. Council has allocated $8000 for each of the last two years. The most grants do not exceed $1500. The maximum grant available is $5000.
All grants must be acquitted by 30 June 2018.
Council may award an alternative amount then the amount requested. This will be subject to the Community Group making up any shortfall.
Grants will be paid after evidence has been supplied that the project or project component has been completed.
Applications must make reference to the appropriate goal, objective or action within the Council Shire Plan.
Unincorporated groups may need to be sponsored by an auspicing body such as an incorporated body. However Council will consider projects from groups of residents interested in a community project. In this case the auspicing body will be the CCGC
Operational Payment of Utility costs
Project Costs Reroof a shed
Events Hire of a stage
All applicants must fill out the Community Grants Application Form.
Grant Applications close 4 pm Friday 31st March 2017.