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Total Record(s): 7

Director Infrastructure Services

The Upper Lachlan Shire Council's Director of Infrastructure Services is a key executive leadership role in the council organisation and contributes technical and operational leadership to the management of the council's 2500km road network infrastructure.

Location: Crookwell | Job ID: 5960276 | Closing Date: 13 Jun 2022

Waste Management Centre Attendant

Council has an opening for a number of energetic casuals to work within our Waste Management Centres across the Shire. This roles primary focus is to provide efficient and effective service at Council's waste management centres.

Location: Crookwell | Job ID: 5958161 | Closing Date: 08 Jun 2022

Team Leader - Maintenance Gang

Do you have experience in a field supervisory role delivering Transport asset maintenance? Are you ready to take the next step in your Civil Construction Career? Then join us at the Upper Lachlan Shire Council - and make a difference! Closes 6 June 2022 - Apply NOW!

Location: Crookwell | Job ID: 5957966

Manager Infrastructure Delivery

Are you looking for a role where you can make an impact? Do you value playing a part in improving community infrastructure? Apply your engineering and project management talent where it counts!

Location: Crookwell | Job ID: 5957915 | Closing Date: 13 Jun 2022

Plant Operator

Become part of the large Maintenance team based at our Crookwell Depot located in the centre of the Shire. The team work throughout the entire road network at sites across the region.

Location: Crookwell | Job ID: 5955572 | Closing Date: 06 Jun 2022

Truck Driver - MR

Put your Truck Driving prowess to good use! Work locally, in a role helping to improve your community.

Location: Crookwell | Job ID: 5948063 | Closing Date: 02 Jun 2022

Roller Operator

Apply now for an opportunity to become part of the team working across the shire assisting with road improvement projects.

Location: Crookwell | Job ID: 5947973 | Closing Date: 31 May 2022

Our recruitment process


As part of Council’s employment policy, all new employees are required to satisfactorily complete a medical examination undertaken by a practicing medical officer of the employee’s choice and at Councils expense.  The results of the medical examination shall be kept confidential.  The purpose of the medical examination is not to determine the success or otherwise of the applicants employment, and is in the interest of the prevention of industrial injury and to identify any existing injury or incapacity.


The majority of Council’s salaried staff is employed on a 9-day fortnight of 70 hours per pay period.  Council’s wages staff works a 9-day fortnight of 76 hours per pay period.


Employees are paid on a fortnightly basis with the pay being deposited directly into an account nominated by the employee.


All leave provisions are in accordance with the current Local Government (State) Award and all relevant federal legislation.  Leave provisions include Sick Leave, Carer’s Leave, Annual Leave, Long Service Leave, Parental Leave.  Casual employees have limited entitlement to paid leave.


Council will pay reasonable travelling and out of pocket expenses to applicants attending an interview for the position and must be agreed prior to accepting the offer of interview.  Should an applicant be offered the position and the applicant declines it, the applicant will not be paid travelling or out of pocket expenses.


Should Council require the position holder to be contactable for out of hour’s emergencies and Council business, Council will provide a mobile phone under the current Council usage plan.  In such cases Council may require the after hours contact number to be listed in Council’s section of the telephone directory.


Superannuation is available to employees through their current or any approved fund of the employee’s choice.  Council also pays occupational superannuation on the employee’s behalf.

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