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.
The Harbour Trust is seeking a people person with a passion for customer service to join our team of rangers in a full-time, Aboriginal Identified Position.
The successful candidate will spend their working days at heritage destinations on the world’s best harbour and must have the ability to work rotating shifts (incl. four weekends in a seven-week period) at any of our sites.
Reporting to the Deputy Head Ranger, you will be a public facing ambassador for the Harbour Trust, ensuring the safety and security of the members of the public who visit these iconic sites plus Harbour Trust parkland and property.
Some of your more specific duties will include (but will not be limited to):
This is an Aboriginal Identified position. 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.
Experience as a regulator would be an advantage for the candidate. You should have the ability to quickly obtain a thorough understanding of the Harbour Trust’s Regulations. Awareness and experience with Sydney Harbour and its environment 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, you 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 in Work Health and Safety and the ability to implement Harbour Trust policies on Workplace Diversity, including the Harbour Trust Reconciliation Action Plan, will be essential in this role.
In your application, please address the following criteria:
Although not essential, the following would be highly regarded:
A current NSW driver’s licence is essential. A Federal Government Australian Nationally Co-ordinated Criminal History Check will be conducted before commencement.
This Level 3 position is an Aboriginal Identified position within the Rangers team. It is a full-time role and is attracting a salary between $63,311 and $69,724. Applications should be forwarded before 5pm Friday 4 June 2021 to email@example.com.
The Harbour Trust is seeking an Education and Programs Officer. The successful candidate will be responsible for the coordination and operation of a) education programs for public groups such as school, tourism and corporate groups, b) low-impact public programs that drive visitation to sites and c) the organisation’s program of programmed tours.
In your application you must be able to demonstrate your qualifications, attributes, skills and knowledge in these key areas:
Please email your application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by 20 June 2021. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.