Ballarat has all the services, retail and entertainment opportunities you'd find in a capital city but with a relaxed country attitude. With affordable housing at a fraction of Melbourne prices, you can start living the Australian dream in Ballarat.
Annualised salary range $90,877 to $100,634 per annum, plus 9.5% superannuation
The City of Ballarat is seeking a dynamic Economic Development Officer who specialises in regional development to develop, facilitate and promote beneficial economic development for Ballarat and to harness and co-ordinate Council, Government, business and community resources in the pursuit of sustainable economic development initiatives and outcomes.
This is your opportunity to cement your career with an organisation that offers a range of great benefits to staff and which is committed to their ongoing professional development.
Key Selection Criteria
Experience in developing and implementing successful strategic and business plans and programs.
Knowledge of economic development opportunities in regional cities.
Strong interpersonal skills and proven performance in developing and maintaining co-operative working relationships between Industry, Government and Community Groups.
A proven record of being able to manage time, set priorities, meet deadlines and work independently within established guidelines.
Experience in preparing detailed submissions and reports for external and internal clients.
Tertiary qualifications and experience in Regional Development, Economics, Business Management or another appropriate discipline.
The closing date for this position is Friday 28 July 2017 at 5 p.m.
For further information on the above position contact Samantha Magill, Manager Economic Development on (03)5320 5759.
The City of Ballarat is an EEO employer committed to the principles of workplace diversity
The City of Ballarat has a zero tolerance for child abuse and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including Aboriginal children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and children with disability.