Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities
Title Date Created Applications Close
Gym Instructor 20/06/2024 31/07/2024 04:00 PM
Customer Service Officer (MALC) 09/07/2024 19/07/2024 04:00 PM
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Expressions of Interest

To express your interest for a position that may become available in the future:

  1. Download and complete the Expression of Interest Application Form
  2. Prepare your resume, noting the minimum requirements below (as applicable to your application)
  3. Email your completed application form, copies of relevant qualifications and resume to careers@murray.wa.gov.au

Minimum Requirements

Group Fitness Instructors/Personal Training/Gym Instructor (Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre)

Do you have a passion for fitness and creating great experiences? The Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre (MALC) is seeking group fitness instructors and personal trainers to help deliver unforgettable experiences that motivate and deliver results for members.

The team is specifically looking for instructors qualified in Les Mills Body Pump and Spin. Instructors with other group fitness qualifications will also be considered for potential inclusion in the class timetable.

This is a casual position, working as per roster requirements. MALC offers competitive Instructor rates depending on qualifications and experience.

Qualifications

The successful applicant will have the following:

  • GEL accreditation or current Group Fitness accreditation (e.g. Fitness Australia)
  • Accreditation with Les Mills and/or other industry authority
  • Current Provide First Aid certificate

Responsibilities of the roles include: 

  • Undertaking fitness assessments and encouraging member motivation to achieve set goals
  • Developing gym programs that provide direction, inspiration and motivation for members
  • Delivering inductions, sale tours and the occasional sign-up of new members
  • Communicating with members to gauge how they are progressing on their fitness journey and to provide feedback and assistance on goals and fitness options
  • Supervision of the gym floor, including demonstrating proper technique where necessary and offering advice on modifying training to suit the abilities of gym patrons
  • Undertaking small group training and personal training
  • Maintaining a clean and safe gym by routinely cleaning the gym and performing minor maintenance tasks
  • Administration duties using fitness and members software programs

How to Apply

Applications should include:

    • An expression of interest outlining your experience and your reasons for applying
    • Copies of relevant qualifications
    • A current resume

    Please submit your application to careers@murray.wa.gov.au. For further information about the role contact the Coordinator Leisure and Lifestyle Lynne Gardiner on 08 9531 2000.

    Applications will be held until end of the calendar year.

    Pool Operator/Duty Supervisor (Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre)

    • LIWA Pool Operator Certificate
    • RLSSA Pool Lifeguard qualifications
    • Apply First Aid/CPR
    • Proven public relations and customer service skills
    • Well-developed time management and organisational skills
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal and problem-solving skills including ability to negotiate and resolve conflict in an appropriate manner
    • Commitment to providing high-quality customer service

    Lifeguards (Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre)

    About the Role

    Do you enjoy working with the public? Are you flexible and available to work on weekends? Do you want to be a part of a friendly and motivated team while working in a rewarding role?

    The Shire of Murray is seeking a talented and enthusiastic individual to fill the position of lifeguard on a casual basis. Working at the Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre, the successful applicant will ensure customers using the aquatic facilities are supervised at all times, and that water safety is continuously upheld.

    As the Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre is open seven days a week, hours of work may be rostered from Monday to Sunday inclusive (including early morning and evening work).

    Qualifications, Skills and Experience

    The successful applicant will have:

    • Current Pool Lifeguard Certificate
    • Resuscitation and/or Provide CPR Certificate
    • Provide First Aid Certificate
    • Experience working in an aquatic leisure environment is desirable

    How to Apply

    Applicants with lifeguard qualifications but limited experience are encouraged to apply. Applications must include a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role, and a current resume demonstrating currency of qualifications listed above.

    For further information about the role, please contact the Aquatic Coordinator on 08 9531 7789.

    Applications will be held until end of the calendar year.

    Swim School Instructor (Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre)

    About the Role

    The Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre (MALC) is looking for enthusiastic swimming teachers to join our fantastic group of instructors.

    MALC is aiming to build upon a strong history of learn-to-swim development, through program refinement and greater professional development for staff. The MALC Learn to Swim program is Royal Life Saving and AustSwim endorsed, ensuring high standards and commitment to teaching outcomes.

    Relief and potential ongoing shifts will be available for both morning and afternoon shifts, and lessons operate from Tuesday to Saturday servicing both infants and stage levels. This opportunity is open to all teachers regardless of the level of experience with on-the-job training provided. 

    Swim instructors with specialist qualifications are also encouraged to apply as it is hoped to deliver future Swim School program designed for varying community needs.

    What are we looking for?

    • Qualifications, experience and a love for swimming teaching
    • Happy and friendly personality
    • Enjoyment of working with children and helping others reach their goals
    • Ability to deliver a teaching continuum
    • Can work as part of a team and always striving for win-win outcomes

    How to Apply

    Your application will need to include the documents below:

    • An expression of interest outlining your experience and your reasons for applying
    • Copies of relevant qualifications
    • A current resume

    Please submit your application to careers@murray.wa.gov.au, and for further information about the role contact the Swim School Coordinator (Justine McAlinden) on 08 9531 2000 or download the position description.

    Application will be held until end of the calendar year.

        Customer Service Officers Training (Murray Aquatic and Leisure Centre)

        • Cash handling
        • Proven customer service skills
        • Well-developed time management and organisational skills
        • Excellent communication, interpersonal and problem-solving skills including ability to negotiate and resolve conflict in an appropriate manner
        • Intermediate computer skills
        • Knowledge of Swim School Bookings system and formal training in customer service is highly desirable

        Murray Library Officer

        • A current unrestricted C-class national driver’s license
        • Provision of current National Police Clearance and Working With Children Check
        • WACE Year 12 or equivalent
        • Knowledge/experience of office processes

        Parks and Gardens Officer

        • Demonstrated practical experience in gardens maintenance procedures (eg. landscaping, mowing, reticulation, ground/turf care, weed control etc)
        • Experience in the safe use and maintenance of associated plant and machinery (eg. mowers, whipper snippers, chainsaws, etc)
        • Ability to work within a team environment and maintain positive relationships with supervisors and peers
        • Hold a current unrestricted HR class national driver’s license
        • Formal qualifications in horticulture or similar, experience in a similar position within Local Government and a Current Apply First Aid Certificate will be highly regarded

        Civil Works – Plant Operator

        • Practical knowledge and experience applicable to civil works construction and maintenance operations
        • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the safe operation and user maintenance of multiple plant and machinery and associated minor equipment and materials
        • Sound interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work effectively in a team environment
        • Construction Induction Card (White/Blue Card)
        • Hold a current unrestricted HR class national driver’s licence
        • Traffic Management accreditation and Doggers and Riggers qualifications will be highly regarded