About Three Springs
Three Springs is a small country town in the midwest of Western Australia, with a unique mix of grain and grazing, mining and government industries within the Shire. The town is situated 313km northeast of Perth and encompasses an area of 2,629 sq/km.
The Three Springs community offers all the benefits of country living, and the town provides for a variety of sporting and recreational interests. The local sporting club offers lawn bowls, tennis and squash. There is an Olympic sized swimming pool, football, netball, hockey and badminton courts available at the Shire Hall.
The town has a resident Doctor operating from the Shire’s fully equipped Medical Centre plus a state of the art Dental Surgery and local Dentist. There is a small hospital and the main street includes a Pharmacy, Hotel, Supermarket, Butcher, Service Stations and rural suppliers plus other local industries.
With the abundance of gorgeous wildflowers in season, close proximity to the beautiful central coastline, and its idyllic bush setting, Three Springs is enjoyed by both residents and visitors alike. Our Shire is also renowned for a variety of rare flora and one of these species is the Eucalyptus Rhodantha (Rose Mallee). It is also the town and shire emblem.
Pre and Primary Schooling is available at Three Springs with secondary Schooling to year 10 at Carnamah and Morawa District High Schools. Morawa Ag College is available up to Yr 12 (TEE). The Three Springs Child Care Centre operates from Monday to Friday.
Offering all the services and amenities that people have come to expect in recent years with high standard medical, educational and recreational facilities the Three Springs community continues to thrive.
Currently, there is one vacant position at the Shire of Three Springs.
Corporate Service Officer
Applications are sought from enthusiastic and suitably experienced persons to fill the Position of Corporate Service Officer with the Shire of Three Springs. The position is for a full-time position.
Applicants should possess well-developed computer skills, knowledge of administrative procedures and the ability to provide a high level of customer service. While previous experience in a similar position will be well regarded, all enthusiastic and motivated persons are encouraged to apply. Duties will include but are not limited to front counter and telephone enquiries, Department of Transport transactions, receipting of monies, assisting with accounts receivable, other accounts and administration duties as required.
Salary will be in accordance with the Local Government Officers’ (Western Australia) Award 2021 dependant on age, experience and qualifications.