Then consider working for the Harbour Trust. By striking a balance between innovation, environmental protection, community expectations and heritage conservation, we seek to leave a lasting legacy for all Australians; namely, a network of vibrant public domains where visitors can enjoy unique experiences.
Career opportunities with our organisation include positions in environmental management, marketing and communications, planning, project management, business development, and property management.
As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, mature age people, people from diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.
Note: The Harbour Trust does not accept unsolicited employment applications. When a job vacancy becomes available, it will be listed on the job board below or advertised on online job marketplaces, either by the Harbour Trust or by appointed recruitment agencies.
Want to enjoy workdays on the world’s most beautiful harbour? Are you a ‘people person’ with a passion for excellence in customer service? The Harbour Trust has is seeking a full-time ranger to join their ranger team and work across our sites. This is an identified Indigenous position for a candidate with the ability to work rotating shifts, including weekends, at all Harbour Trust sites.
Reporting to the Head Ranger, the successful candidate will be a public-facing ambassador for the Harbour Trust and will ensure the safety of the members of the public who visit our iconic sites as well as the security of our parklands and properties.
Some of the specific duties of this role include (but are not limited to):
The successful candidate will have experience in customer-facing roles, ideally within a hospitality, travel or tourism context. Given the nature of the role, a high level of personal fitness is desirable.
The successful candidate will have the ability to quickly obtain a thorough understanding of the Harbour Trust’s Regulations. Knowledge and experience pertaining to Sydney Harbour would be an advantage. Knowledge of local, state and federal legislation and awareness of legislation regarding heritage-listed assets would also be highly regarded.
Most importantly, the successful candidate will have highly developed communication skills and the ability to interact in a confident and positive way with colleagues and members of the public. You will respond well to high pressure situations and be able to negotiate satisfactory outcomes when solving problems or facing conflict situations.
Knowledge and experience pertaining to Work Health and Safety and the ability to implement Government policies on Workplace Diversity will be essential in this role.
Although not essential, the following would be highly regarded:
A current driver’s licence is also required and a Federal Government Australian Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check will be conducted before commencement. This position is offered on a full-time basis. Applications should be forwarded to email@example.com. Applications close on the 2nd October 2020. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
The Harbour Trust is seeking a town planner. In addition to two to three years’ post-graduate experience as a town planner, the ideal candidate would have an outcomes-oriented attitude, excellent client liaison skills and a passion for working in a high performing environment.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following capabilities:
A Federal Government Australian Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check will be conducted before commencement. This position is offered on a full-time basis for a 12 month term. Applications should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close on the 2nd October 2020. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.