|Location||Moonee Ponds, Australia|
|Date Posted||January 3, 2018|
Student Data Officer, Community Planning
Reference number: 10169
Closing date: 11:45pm, Sunday 28 January 2018
18 month contract with flexibility on hours to fit in with university
Classified as Band 4
Supportive work environment
Are you a student wanting to gain valuable working experience? Are you an individual who’s passionate about making a difference?
If so, Moonee Valley City Council’s Community Planning Department is seeking a motivated and driven student to fulfil the position of Student Data Officer. Within this position, you will be part of a motivating and supportive team where you will gain great exposure within the Research and Facilities Planning team. This position will be focused on supporting delivery of projects and will require skills to assist in data system design, data collection and analysis, research, and GIS/cartographic.
Further to the above, you will have a customer service focus within this position by responding to queries in a courteous and professional manner to all internal and external stakeholders and providing accurate advice in accordance with Council’s responsibilities and policies.
How to apply
Visit our current vacancies page at https://mooneevalley.mercury.com.au and apply using our online system.
You must include a resume, cover letter and address the Selection Criteria to be considered for this position.
Applications that do not meet this requirement may not be considered.
Detailed information on how to apply and application requirements is available in the Application Guide found at the bottom of the advertisement on our website.
For further information please view the Position Description or contact Kate Heissenbuttel on 03 9243 1161
Moonee Valley City Council is an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer who supports inclusiveness and diversity. An understanding of and experience working with frail older adults, people with disabilities and/or their carers and with people from CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) backgrounds, people who identify as GLBTI (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex), people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island background, people experiencing financial disadvantage (including people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness), and people with dementia.
Enquiries: Kate Heissenbuttel
Ph: (03) 9243 1161
Applications Close: 28/01/2018
(03) 9243 1161