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About Us

Hilltops Council is located in the Canberra Region Tablelands of NSW, just over an hour north of Canberra, featuring the towns of Young, Harden- Murrumburrah, Boorowa and surrounding villages. Hilltops  is renowned for its agriculture, including sheep grazing, cropping, horticulture and viticulture and is a thriving region offering a relaxed country lifestyle and diverse economy.

The Opportunity

The Manager Development & Environment is responsible for leading the Development & Environment team in the provision of statutory land use planning services, environmental health and building and regulatory  compliance across Council, ensuring that all services and activities meet legislative and regulatory obligations, as well as Council policies and procedures. Inspirational people leadership, a commitment to the development of a strong and engaged organisational  culture, and a passion for service excellence will be critical to your success in this role.

What we have to offer

  • Competitive remuneration package plus a market allowance for the right candidate.

  • Option of a motor vehicle leaseback

  • Ongoing learning and development opportunities

  • Work/life balance

  • 9 day fortnight

  • Long Service Leave after 5 years

  • We have a positive attitude to flexible work arrangements

  • Contribution to relocation expenses can be negotiated

  • Safe, friendly and caring communities



Please visit our website to obtain a detailed Information Package about the role and the Application Form. Once you have read these please contact Steven Pinnuck on 0429 310 205 for a confidential discussion  regarding the position.

Applications close 9am Monday 14 November 2022.

Only those with the right to work in Australia need apply.

Pro Cert Group are currently advertising for a Registered Building Surveyor-Inspector based in their Dubbo office. If you would like to discuss the position please call Neil Diamond on 0428 633 255.

Environmental Health Officer

Your Future at Council:

  • Work amongst our community and be a positive public facing ambassador for Orange City Council

  • Ensure environmental and public health compliance for the community regarding the quality of air, food and water

  • Prioritise safety and ensure safe work practices for yourself, your colleagues and our community

  • Deliver efficient and effective service to the community

What you will Do:

  • Be a valuable member of the Building and Environment Team

  • Use your relevant qualification and experience to perform the regulatory functions and duties of an authorised Environmental Health Officer

  • Conduct regulatory inspections, food safety assessments, complaints investigation, referrals for development applications (contaminated sites, noise and other environmental issues) and environmental health consents.

  • Review and assess applications to ensure compliance with relevant provisions of the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997, The Food Act 2003, Local Government Act and other relevant Legislation, Public Health Act, Codes of Practice, Australian Standards and Council Policies.

  • Share your experience, knowledge, and ideas

You’ll Be Proud Of:

  • Making a positive contribution to your city and region

  • Assisting to protect against the spread of disease and pollution

  • Working for an organisation which has our community at the heart of all that we do

  • Sharing your skills and experience 

Is this job for you?

  • Recent and soon to be Graduates encouraged to apply!

  • Apply by submitting your resume and providing a brief response as to why you are a great fit for this role!

  • Get your application in by: Sunday 6 November 2022

  • Salary Range: From $77,656 - plus superannuation – Leaseback Vehicle available

  • Hours of work: Permanent full-time working 35 hours per week,

  • Fortnightly or Monthly Rostered Day Off

  • To benefit your wellbeing, you will have access to Council’s employee assistance program, flexible working arrangements, fitness passport and health and wellbeing programmes

Keen To Learn More?

  • Click on the link to check out the Position Description on the council website. (Link Below)

  • Visit to learn more about Orange City Council

  • For any enquiries, reach out to Greg Perry, Senior Environmental Health Officer on 6393 8009.

 Please note: Where additional candidates are found suitable from this round of recruitment a talent list or pool may be created for filling any similar permanent or temporary roles that may become vacant over the next twelve months.


Flexible Town Planning/Development Assessment Roles

  • Flexible working arrangements & competitive remuneration

  • Training, study support & market components.

  • Seeking qualified & experienced individuals, & those wishing to make a change


We want you!

Are you looking for a career change, or are you a qualified person interested in continuing to a growing regional city boasting world-class beaches, pristine National Parks and a growing urban and peri-rural population?

If you answered yes, then we want to hear from you! 

We are a growing region that is committed to balancing our pristine natural environment with the need to facilitate a growing population. Shoalhaven City Council is currently seeking expressions from individuals who have an interest in urban planning, development assessment, building surveying and construction, urban design or architecture for our development assessment area to help shape the future of our growth with sustainable development outcomes. 

We are offering training and mentoring for those wishing to enter into the development planning space in a flexible and progressive work environment. 

For experienced individuals we are offering flexibility as well as competitive remuneration. 

About Shoalhaven Council

Shoalhaven City Council is a dynamic organisation serving a large and diverse community; limitless opportunity exists for an exciting and rewarding career. The Shoalhaven is located just 2 hours from Sydney and 2.5 hours from Canberra. The Shoalhaven is home to 104,000 people and comprises of 49 unique towns and villages. It is a place of great natural beauty and offers an enviable lifestyle and positive work-life balance. 

If you have qualifications in Planning or Development Assessment and are looking for a change and want to enjoy a great lifestyle with pristine beaches, beautiful forests and bushland, as well as a robust economy then Shoalhaven City Council is the place for you.

The area is experiencing rapid growth and with that growth comes the need for careful and sustainable planning to ensure we take advantage of opportunity whilst protecting the region’s unique characteristics.  

We are seeking committed team members to assist with our development assessment function and will provide as much flexibility as possible in relation to working arrangements to facilitate the right people joining us. 

Why not give us a ring to discuss employment opportunities here at Shoalhaven and take that first step towards a new and exciting lifestyle. 

Shoalhaven City receives around 2000 development applications/year, ranging from the reasonably straightforward to very complex with bushfire, biodiversity and coastal processes being regular considerations. Salary for the roles will be broadbanded and commensurate with your level of experience and knowledge in regard to development assessment, with a focus on our environmentally significant, coastal location.  We also offer a range of great incentives to facilitate your work/life balance. Award rates through broadbanded positions will allow for  ongoing career progression.

How to Apply

Firstly, why not give us a phone call to have a chat. You can call;

  • Colin Wood - Manager - Certification & Compliance on (02) 4429 3454

  • Cathy Bern - Manager - Development Services on (02) 4429 3527

You will be required to upload your resume, and during the application process, respond to position related questions as shown below and questions regarding general information about you.

At Shoalhaven City Council our corporate core values are: Collaboration, Adaptability, Integrity and Respect. Please choose one value and advise how you have enacted this value in a professional setting.

Please list the relevant qualifications and experience you hold, or your willingness to undertake any formal qualifications (from certificates, to diplomas and degrees).

Please indicate which position you are interested in? (Full time, part time and/or casual)

Alternately you can email your interest and copy of CV to and we will respond to further discuss your interest.

 Applications Close: Sunday 20th November 2022 (midnight) 

Shoalhaven City Council is an equal opportunity employer committed to embracing diversity and inclusion, and encourages applications from people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds 

When your application has been submitted completely, you will receive a confirmation email