Join Our Team at NTDC
Our organisation offers an opportunity to:
- Contribute to a sustainable and resilient future for Northern Tasmanians.
- Be part of a small and passionate team, working with key regional stakeholders.
- Flexible working environment, with WFH options for people located in the NTDC region.
Working at NTDC
Northern Tasmania is where people, ideas, businesses and industries thrive.
We collaborate and succeed through collective efforts, sharing support and trust between all stakeholders. Our values guide our work so we can achieve our vision:
Collaborative: Be cooperative to achieve regional outcomes, encouraging diversity and listening to the voice of regional networks.
Clear: Be open, transparent and respectful.
Creative: Be receptive to new ideas, challenging the status quo. Be globally competitive, supporting a ‘Best of Region’ approach.
Curious: Be curious, encouraging learning and continuous improvement, learning from our stories of success and failure.
Connected to Country: Be Tasmanian in our approach and consider our environment and the community we work for.
Our Work Environment
The NTDC office is located at 63 – 65 Cameron Street, Launceston. This open-plan workspace is accessible and shared with other agencies, including Visit Northern Tasmania and Cityprom. There is access to meeting rooms and a board room on site. NTDC supports flexible and remote working.
Regional Planning Coordinator, contact us
In this new role, you will provide support and project coordination for the Regional Planning Group (RPG) to help achieve regional planning priorities and advocate for the planning needs of Northern Tasmania. We are seeking someone with a background in planning (or similar field) with a strategic mindset, the ability to work collaboratively with key stakeholders, and the communication skills needed to advocate on behalf of the Northern Tasmanian RPG and councils.
View the role and apply at: https://bit.ly/regplanner2023
For more information contact us: 0400338410 or firstname.lastname@example.org