The Kulin Shire Council exists to sustain, improve and develop the Kulin region through the provision and facilitation of infrastructure, services and opportunities in a manner which will instill community pride while giving a vibrant, socially and economically sustainable environment for businesses and families.
Shire of Kulin Ordinary Council Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month commencing at 1.00pm unless varied by Council for a specific purpose (May and November commence at 3.00pm). Council Meetings, by resolution, are not held during January of each year, unless a Special Meeting is arranged.
A 15 minute public question time is held at the beginning of each meeting where residents are welcome to ask questions, with or without notice, or raise an issue considered relevant to the operation of the Council. In some cases prior notification of a proposed question is considered prudent, particularly if the matter requires some research. Residents are also permitted to attend the whole Council meeting if desired, however are not permitted to speak (unless directed by the President) or take part in debate on any agenda item.
|February||Wednesday 17 February 1.00pm|
|March||Wednesday 17 March 1.00pm|
|April||Wednesday 21 April 1.00pm|
|May||Wednesday 19 May 3.00pm|
|June||Wednesday 16 June 1.00pm|
|July||Wednesday 21 July 1.00pm|
|August||Wednesday 18 August 1.00pm|
|September||Wednesday 15 September 1.00pm|
|October||Wednesday 20 October 1.00pm|
|November||Wednesday 17 November 3.00pm|
|December||Thursday 15 December 1.00pm|
Electors Meeting: The Annual Electors Meeting is usually held in October each year following the ordinary Council Meeting. This meeting presents reports on the activities of the preceding 12 months, the annual statements and the Auditor's Report. Members of the public are encouraged to attend and are invited to ask Council questions.
Public Meetings: From time to time the Council will call a public meeting on an item of community interest. Wide advertising is given to such meetings.
Freebairn Recreation Centre Employment Opportunity
The Freebairn Recreation Centre is seeking capable and enthusiastic staff to undertake the following positions associated with running the bar and function components of the FRC. These include:
Primary duties include hospitality responsibilities, bar service, as well as cleaning and maintenance of the bar facilities in the centre’s function areas. Hours for each position are negotiable with an ongoing requirement for at least 30 hours per week across an individual role with another 30-50 hours across casual roles dependent upon facility bookings.
Applicants must possess RSA certification and ideally have experience within the hospitality industry. On the job training will be provided.
This is a multi-faceted role and we are seeking applicants who have the desire to become involved and be a key-player in the operations of the FRC. Weekend work will form a significant component of the role.
The position is available on an ongoing basis with a starting date to be negotiated.
For further information and to apply, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to apply for this role please forward a covering letter outlining experiences and motivation for your application as well as a copy of your current Resume to:
Freebairn Recreation Centre Manager - email@example.com
PO Box 125
Kulin WA 6365
Applications close Wednesday April 7, 2021.
* Please note, there are other opportunities for cleaning and maintenance of the wider FRC amenities. Please contact the Centre Manager via email to discuss if you are available for casual hours.