People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply.
Operating under the direction of the JSA Coordinator and in accordance with Shire Council corporate plans and policies and relevant legislation this position is responsible for achieving sustainable employment for job seekers through individualised action plans and support.
Central Desert Shire Council Shire President, Councillor Adrian Dixon has announced the appointment of Cathryn Hutton as the Council’s new Chief Executive Officer to replace Roydon Robertson who is retiring on 10th August having worked for the Council from its inception in 2008, initially as Director of Corporate Services, and then for the past three years as CEO.
The Central Desert Shire Council is proud to be associated with the 65th Harts Range Bush Sports Weekend being held over the Picnic Day weekend in August (4th – 6th August). This year the weekend will see the inaugural “Central Desert Shire – Tom Cleary Stakes” a horse race in which local community members will be competing to see who has the fastest bush horse. The event is being named after Mr. Tom Cleary currently of Atula Station (and formally of Mt Riddock Station) who has been one of the clubs patrons for many years and an avid jockey in his time.
The Yuelamu Eagles triumphed at the Central Desert Shire Softball Tournament in a thrilling final held at Six Mile, Ti Tree. Yuelamu overcame strong performances from reigning champions Engawala and home team Six Mile.
Attractive remuneration circa $200K Stimulating challenge for an outstanding leader
Based in Alice Springs, Central Desert Shire Council is emerging as one of the leading Northern Territory local government achievers. Its rapid organisational growth means there is still much streamlining to be done and as CEO your role will be vital to the Council’s ongoing success.