EOI – Community Safety Partnership Committee

A vacancy currently exists on the Central Coast Community Safety Partnership Committee for a Community Representative.


The purpose of the Central Coast Community Safety Partnership Committee (the Committee) is to collaborate, consider and advise Council on ways to maintain, improve, resolve and progress issues that impact on community safety and crime prevention across the Central Coast.

The Committee provides input on:

  • Safety issues, including security of open spaces and public areas, lighting, and transport
  • Collaborative approaches to community safety and crime reduction and prevention initiatives
  • Alcohol-related crime and anti-social behaviour issues
  • Investigation of local crime hot spots and areas of community concern
  • Local crime data
  • Relevant grant funding applications

The role of this Committee is purely advisory and does not deal with operational matters. The Committee is to work within the framework of the Central Coast Council’s Strategic Plan. It should be noted that employees of the Council are not subject to the direction of the Committee or any of its members.

More details on the Committee’s role and purpose can be found in the Terms of Reference and the EOI Information Pack below.


While not essential, Council is particularly interested in hearing from members of the community who fit one or more of the following criteria:

  • People who live in, or have strong connections to, West Ulverstone, or other areas outside of the Ulverstone CBD and surrounds.
  • People who have dealt with, or supported people who have dealt with, the justice system.
  • Young or elderly people.


Expressions of interest should be submitted online via this link or by completing the nomination form in the Information Pack and returning it to:

Email: admin@centralcoast.tas.gov.au
In person: 19 King Edward Street, Ulverstone
Mail: PO Box 220, Ulverstone, Tasmania, 7315

Applications close COB 19 July 2024.


If you would like more information about the Committee or the Expression of Interest process, please contact Executive Assistant – Community, Growth and Development, Tracey Clark, via email at tracey.clark@centralcoast.tas.gov.au or by calling 03 6429 8910.

Information Package 

Terms of Reference 


Development Officer

The Council has an exciting opportunity for a Development Officer to join the Infrastructure Services team. 

This position is responsible for the assessment of building and development applications on behalf of the road and drainage authority for Council. 

The Development Officer will join a collaborative and supportive team to play a crucial role in overseeing development projects, ensuring compliance with regulations, and fostering positive relationships with stakeholders. 

Essential: Formal relevant tertiary engineering qualifications in Civil Engineering (Advanced Diploma or Degree) and understanding/experience of planning and development processes in a Local Government environment. 

Salary and conditions: Full-time position.  Central Coast Council’s Enterprise Agreement – $72,621 – $98,813 (Professional Officer Level).  Renumeration will be commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. 

With the Council having recently embarked on a cultural journey, where the focus is on the wellbeing of our people and the sustainable growth of our community, there has never been a more exciting time to join our team. 

Applications must be on the prescribed form, indicate the position you are applying for, address the Selection Criteria in the Position Description and be emailed to careers@centralcoast.tas.gov.au. 

The Employment Information Package and Application Form are available to download below: 

Employment Information Package 

Application Form 

For any enquiries please phone (03) 6429 8956. 

Applications close at 4 pm on Friday 28 June 2024.