Position Vacant

Published on Tuesday, 20 September 2022 at 12:00:00 AM

                                                                                             CARAVAN PARK CARETAKER (RELIEF)


The Shire of Yilgarn is seeking a Relief Caretaker for the Southern Cross Caravan Park, to carry out the duties of the Caravan Park operations whilst the permanent Caravan Park Caretaker is on leave or break – four consecutive days per fortnight or as required.


The successful applicant should have good customer service skills, good personal presentation and being fit & healthy is essential. The role will require undertaking all activities to run the operations of the park and tourist accommodation, including; reception and bookings, reporting to Shire, amenities and onsite accommodation cleaning, general maintenance and upkeep of gardens.


The successful applicant must be well presented, honest, hard-working, have a positive attitude, be self-motivated and have a passion for excellence in the park.


Employment terms and salary package are as per the details within the application pack.


For those applicants that do not reside in Southern Cross, there is the opportunity of free accommodation at the park during the relief periods.


Interested candidates are requested to obtain an application pack from:


Applications must be received by 10:00am on Monday, 10 October 2022, should be marked “Confidential Application – Chief Executive Officer” and be addressed to:


“Relief Caravan Park Caretaker”

Chief Executive Officer

Shire of Yilgarn

PO Box 86




PLEASE NOTE: Canvassing of Councillors will lead to disqualification. The successful applicant is required to obtain relevant police checks, and to provide evidence of all claimed qualifications prior to commencing employment. This position is subject to a Pre-Employment Medical including Drug & Alcohol Screening and further random screening on employment. The applicant must be physically fit as this position requires manual work.



Nic Warren

Chief Executive Officer

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