General Manager Healthy Communities

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    Posted On Sep 7 ,2014
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Job Description

Bass Coast Shire ( is a 90 minute drive south-east of Melbourne. Its unique coastline is complemented by a beautiful hinterland. The major centres of the Shire are Wonthaggi, Cowes, Inverloch, San Remo and Grantville. Bass Coast is an attractive sea change choice for people wanting to escape the city. The resident population is currently 30,000 and is one of the fastest growing areas in Victoria. The two major industries are agriculture and tourism.

The Shire attracts more than 3.5 million visitors each year with its world famous Penguin Parade, annual Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix and offers a wide range of arts, local produce, family entertainment, music festivals and sporting events.

Would you like to be part of an organisation that is embarking on an exciting journey, where sustainable and sensitive development in one of Australia’s most unique environments is the challenge?

We are looking for innovative and creative cultural change agents that understand the importance of authentic leadership, relationship development and management, accountability, and transparency. If you are an innovative and creative leader with a passion for developing people and delivering quality community outcomes, then we would like you to be part of our team.

An organisational realignment has created the environment for cultural change and renewed energy, resulting in this senior leadership opportunities becoming available. As a leader, you will enable your division to focus on building a healthy and strong community.

In this role you will play an essential role in developing and maximising opportunities for community participation in health activities. This will involve a key focus on recreation and culture, social and community planning, education, emergency management, aged and disability, environmental health and community safety.

Please contact Nick Kelly on 03 9828 6562

Applications close Monday, 29th September 2014