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Imagine the forests and beaches as your office…

Denmark is a wonderfully diverse Shire boasting a unique natural environment featuring beautiful beaches, inlets, rivers, national parks and towering Karri forests.  This is complemented by an idyllic lifestyle offering opportunities for fishing, hiking, surfing, playing, beach combing, relaxing, touring, exploring and enjoying the many wineries on offer.  It really is the ideal place to work, rest and play.

So if you are a passionate and progressive person in the field of town planning, have a desire to contribute to a growing community and want the opportunity to live and work in a beautiful environment, then the Shire of Denmark has a job opportunity for you.

As Denmark is one of the most attractive and fastest growing coastal communities in WA, this position offers the full extent of statutory and strategic planning opportunities for a town planner that is looking for variety in their position and a challenge.  The successful applicant will be responsible for processing a variety of planning applications, rezoning and subdivision proposals, assessing structure plans and scheme amendments, preparing and reviewing planning policies and assisting with the development of a new Local Planning Scheme.

This full-time position is offering an attractive remuneration package up to $100K, inclusive of a negotiable salary up to $80,000 pa, matching super contributions, vehicle for private use, RDO (19 day month) and numerous other benefits in accordance with Council Policy.

Applications detailing your CV and passion for the position (NB: no need to fill out selection criteria) close 4.00pm on Friday 2 June 2017 addressed to the undersigned.

A Position Description, Conditions of Employment and other relevant details are available by clicking on the links below or by contacting Annette Harbron, Director of Planning & Sustainability or Mrs Marcia Chamberlain, Human Resources Officer on (08) 9848 0300.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

Bill Parker
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER