Salary range: Level 8.1 to 8.4 ($89,956.04 to $94,399.00) per annum (pro rata) dependent on skills and experience
Location: At the premises of the employing Local Government
Agreement: Applicable Award or Enterprise Agreement of employing Local Government
Ordinary Hours: 68.4 hours per 4 weekly cycle to be worked Monday to Friday between the hours of 6.00am and 6.00pm (some occasional weekend or work outside of ordinary hours may be required)
The South Coast Alliance Inc. (SCA) is an alliance between four Local Governments in the lower Great Southern region of Western Australia, working to collaborate on initiatives to improve the economic prosperity and wellbeing of their communities.
Engaging: Cultivating community engagement and ownership
Advancing: Advancing policy
Mobilising: Mobilising resources
The vision of the SCA is to lead sustainable development through collaboration.
SCA has been selected as one of Western Australia’s first Regional Climate Alliances. The Regional Climate Alliance Program, funded by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) and administered by WALGA, has awarded funding to groupings of Local Governments to establish Alliances to take action on climate change, energy and sustainability issues. The Program is an initiative from the Western Australian Climate Policy (2020).
As a Regional Climate Alliance (RCA), the SCA is committed to sharing climate change information and strategies with our community, creating momentum and commitment for action, and most importantly showing the community how individual actions, when taken together, can make a big difference.
Reporting through the SCA Executive Officer to the SCA Executive Committee, the Regional Climate Coordinator will support the SCA to undertake research, collect data, plan and deliver capacity building activities, and implement climate adaption and mitigation projects as part of the Regional Climate Alliance Program across all member Local Governments (City of Albany, Shire of Denmark, Shire of Plantagenet and Shire of Jerramungup).
Desired Skills and Experience
To apply for this opportunity, please email a brief cover letter, resume and a statement addressing the selection criteria listed below to the People and Culture Team at email@example.com.
For further information about the position contact Juliet Grist on 0408 520 338.
Demonstrated project management skills with the ability to research, develop, coordinate, deliver and manage projects to achieve outcomes within set timelines;
Demonstrated highly developed conceptual and analytical skills to interpret data, identify problems, provide overviews and generate strategies to address issues;
Demonstrated highly developed verbal communication and interpersonal skills to undertake productive consultation, collaboration, negotiation and build effective relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to influence change;
Extensive work experience in environmental science or another related field;
Demonstrated experience in delivering climate change adaption or mitigation projects.
This project / program is made possible by the State Government’s Regional Climate Alliance initiative, part of the Western Australian Climate Change Policy.