Department for Environment and Water
5152 - CLELAND
Open to Everyone
The position of Construction and Maintenance worker is
responsible for undertaking a range of construction and maintenance
activities for guest facilities and park environs at Cleland
Wildlife Park, ensuring they are maintained appropriately and
presented to a high standard.
This covers a diverse array of working environments and it is
important that the successful applicant demonstrates a good working
knowledge of the principles relating to construction and
maintenance work with the ability to operate and maintain a wide
range of plant and machinery.
The role will also be required to assist with maintaining the gum
plantations including the cutting and delivery of browse for the
koala collection, as required.
Casual contract for
up to 12 months
- May be
required to participate in fire management and associated
role is based at Cleland Wildlife Park
incumbent will be required to wear a uniform and protective
clothing in accordance with Departmental policy
class “C” driver’s licence and willingness
and ability to safely operate a 4wd is essential
work will be required
- Demonstrates ability to
work alone and be self-reliant.
role has functions pertaining to working with children and is
prescribed under the Children’s Protection Act, 1993 as
requiring a Criminal History Assessment. Applicants must have
and provide, or be in the process of obtaining, a Working with
CMW4 $27.41 min
- $27.72 max per hour + 25% casual loading
Site Manager, Cleland Wildlife Park
Applicants to submit a CV and letter of
application (max 3 pages) addressing the technical, professional
and qualifications outlined in the Role Description.
24/06/2021 11:00 PM
- CMW4 Construction and Maintenance Worker.pdf
- employment declaration.pdf
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.