Moyne Shire Council Economic Development Officer
New business and industry roles at Moyne Shire

Moyne Shire is currently hiring for two exciting positions.

The Senior Engagement Officer Wind Farms role will provide critical interface between council, community and government departments on important energy projects in the shire. It’s a part-time flexible position that involves working with community, contractors and dealing with sometimes complex and sensitive topics.

The Economic Development Officer (one year maternity leave position) will be responsible for delivering programs and projects under the new economic development strategy. This is a diverse role that spans small business and industry, events and projects, and investment attraction. It’s about responding to day-to-day business enquiries and working on long term programs too.

Applications close on Monday, 9 December. For position descriptions and to apply online:
http://www.moyne.vic.gov.au/Jobs-Listing

Feel free to contact us anytime to discuss these positions.

Michelle Grainger, Executive Manager Major Projects – 03 5568 0555 – mgrainger@moyne.vic.gov.au
Loren Tuck, Economic Development Officer – 03 5568 0573– loren.tuck@moyne.vic.gov.au

 

Moyne Shire Council Economic Development Officer
Moyne Shire – join the new business advisory committee

Moyne Shire recently adopted its Economic Development Strategy 2019-2029 and is now calling for local representatives for a new Economic Development Advisory Committee.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

In this volunteer role, you would meet quarterly to:

  • provide strategic business and industry perspective and assist in monitoring results and reviewing annual action plans.
  • establish productive working relationships between Council and business stakeholders.
  • contribute proactively at Committee meetings by sharing information and ideas relevant to the betterment of Moyne’s economy.

Nominations close at 5pm on Monday 4 November 2019 and will meet the following selection criteria:

  • Is a local business owner, manager or industry representative with a range of business experience and skills.
  • Is willing and able to represent and communicate the interests of the business/industry community to the Committee, and relay information from the Committee to the business/industry community.
  • Is available to attend quarterly meetings.

For more information or to apply for the committee CLICK HERE.

Head of Community & Customer Success - Localised
Great South Coast Speaker Series – Tickets now on sale!

Grand Slam tennis champion, Paralympian and media personality Dylan Alcott will be in Warrnambool as part of the Great South Coast Speaker Series on October 8, with tickets now on sale.

The inaugural series will see inspirational people from athletes to entrepreneurs share insights and advice gleaned from their extraordinary lives.

Other confirmed speakers for the series include 2018 Victorian of the Year Susan Alberti AC, leading business and retail expert Martin Ginnane, food writer Richard Cornish and Brae owner/chef Dan Hunter.

Martin Ginnane will speak at the Killara Centre in Camperdown on August 6, Richard Cornish and Dan Hunter will both be at Noodledoof Brewing Co in Koroit on September 11 while Susan Alberti AC will speak at the Lighthouse Theatre in Warrnambool on November 21.

The Great South Coast Speaker Series is a partnership between the Warrnambool City, Moyne and Corangamite Shire Councils made possible with funding from Small Business Victoria.

For more information or tickets, visit www.gscspeakers.com.au

Moyne Shire Council Economic Development Officer
Have your say! Your opportunity to drive Moyne’s economic future

To all businesses and residents, we need your input, ideas and vision! On how to ensure Moyne is a thriving place to visit, live, work and do business in. It takes about 10 minutes. Your voice is important.

To participate in the survey, click on the image.

Moyne Shire Council Economic Development Officer
Your opportunity to drive Moyne’s economic development future

In October 2018, Council began working on a new Economic Development Strategy. Consultations have begun and we’re about to go live with an online survey for ALL businesses in Moyne. This is your chance to provide input and have your say. Keep an eye out on our website and Localised for more information!