Penrith is a place of limitless opportunities. Ideally positioned as the gateway to the Greater Blue Mountains World heritage Area, Penrith is located at the intersection of Australia’s most significant future economic corridors, where growth from the east expands west and intercepts growth across the north to south regions. Penrith will be the closest city centre to the Nancy-Bird Walton International Airport with a metro connection from day one of operations. Penrith plays a crucial role in realising the government’s vision for the Western Parkland City, meaning there’s significant investment across our city from a range of industries eager to get involved. Over six billion dollars in DA’s were submitted in the past five years, with over $1 billion projected for 2020-21. Complementing this is Council’s own investment of $300 million into key city-shaping projects across our city (some project funding is from the State and Federal Government). Right now, Penrith is home to 216,000 people, but by 2041 our population is expected to grow to around 370,000. Be part of this transformation…
- Pivotal leadership role with a progressive Council organisation
- Attractive remuneration package and lifestyle
Council is looking to attract a suitably experienced and qualified senior executive to join a progressive and successful leadership team in Council. As Director Development and Regulatory Services, you will be responsible for facilitation, engagement, and coordination of processes within each of the three department portfolios within the directorate.
To be successful in the role, you will achieve results through an inspirational and collaborative leadership style. You will lead by example, working closely with your direct reports to ensure the Council’s Development and Regulatory Services directorate delivers high quality and customer centric services including Development Services, Engineering Services and Environmental Health and Compliance services to the city’s residents and business community.
To be considered for the position, you will have relevant tertiary qualifications and an outstanding track record of success in delivering multifaceted services to a large and diverse community.
Applications including a full CV, Covering letter and addressing the selection criteria must be submitted online. All applicants must address the selection criteria to be considered for this role.
For more information about this position, please download the information pack, position description and selection criteria including the focus capabilities for the position on the LGNSW website at www.lgnsw.org.au/lgms
For any enquiries or a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Mark Anderson on 0418 864 866 during business hours.
Applications close 5pm, Monday 17 May 2021.