Campaspe Shire Enterprise Agreement 2019

What does that mean? This means that we encourage all staff to vote “no” when the agreement is put to a vote. We need 50% – 1 of all employees who vote to vote nEIN! This will force management to return to the negotiating table to negotiate in good faith. This is a volume 8 in agreement with the Campaspe Shire Council Enterprise Agreement 2019. For more information, please contact Richard Conway, Asset Manager, on (03) 5481 2389. To apply, please send your cover letter, key selection criteria, CV and copy of qualifications/licences by email to employment@campaspe.vic.gov.au or send it to: Campaspe shire Mayor Weston and General Manager Corporate Services Flowers. Campaspe Shire funds a 65-metre retaining wall next to the Murray River and the historic Echuca Wharf. Luke Hemer`s picture. The workforce is expected to be 40.5 per cent of the $79.1 million projected in 2019/20, 40.4 per cent of the 2020/21 budget is expected to be $80.7 million and 40.4 per cent of the budget of $82.4 million in 2021/22. “The Council has an enterprise agreement and the personnel expenditures in the proposed budget are in line with this agreement,” she said. Following Shires` decision to put the EA to a vote without agreement and support in principle, the ASU will now submit its application to the Fair Work Commission, on the instruction of our members, to allow our members to participate in protected trade union actions.

We will contact specific voting instructions once we have filed the application with the FWC. A copy of the position description is available on the Commission`s website under www.campaspe.vic.gov.au “The human resources and expenditure forecasts presented in the draft budget reflect the continuation of the current range of benefits for the Community. This is far from one of the highest personnel expenditures in the state, which is 54% in the Moonee Valley. This is in stark contrast to the steady increase in the salaries of municipal councillors, which has increased by 25% in five years. “In the event of a vacancy, the Commission actively reviewed the position and took the opportunity to verify how it made services more effective.” According to Fleur Cousins, General Manager of Business Services, the Commission simply attributed the savings to more efficient efficiency. “We now have one General Manager instead of two, three managers instead of six and one IT manager, human resources managers and risk managers instead of two,” he said. Cr Bilkey said the 35.1 percent of the budget spent on staff costs was a “pretty healthy” figure. However, their staff will decrease by only 10.9 full-time equivalents. This position is no longer the subject of a tender and is no longer available only as a reference. Campaspe Shire Council still spends 37.2 per cent of its $84.4 million budget on staff costs. An exciting opportunity awaits an enthusiastic and enthusiastic individual to manage the Council`s road services team effectively and effectively. We are looking for someone who has experience in developing annual and 10-year investment programs for civil infrastructure, who oversees compliance with the requirements of the road management plan, and who can identify and guide the development of processes or initiatives to improve the provision of road and drainage services within the Council.

“We cannot control price increases for major external inputs such as fuel, supply costs, insurance, etc., but we can achieve efficiencies in human resource management with careful monitoring of work coverage premiums and personal leave plans,” she said. For more information, please contact: ASU Lead Organizer Ty Lockwood | tlockwood@asuvictas.com.au ASU`s member contact centre | 1300 855 570 Ms. Cousins stated that a number of workers were directly linked to government-funded services, such as the facilitators of the school crossing.