Wollongong City Council is hunting for three senior staff to join its ranks, two of whom will oversee newly created council divisions worth a combined $137 million.
The council has called for experienced applicants to fill senior management positions in the new "project delivery" and "infrastructure strategy and planning" sections of its overarching works department.
The move comes after councillors voted to restructure the organisation last month, agreeing on the need to split the existing infrastructure division in two following the retirement of long-time manager John Shepherd.
The third position - head of community, cultural and economic development - was vacant before the restructure.
Job advertisements for the three positions did not reveal how much the successful applicants would be paid, but documents on the council's website details the roles and responsibilities of the jobs, and required qualifications.
Under the revised structure, the new project delivery boss will head a team of 30 employees and oversee a $70 million annual budget responsible for planning, designing and organising contracts and tenders for work associated with the council's capital program and major projects.
Similarly, the newly appointed senior infrastructure strategy manager will supervise 40 staff responsible for arranging the upkeep and repair of the city's public buildings, roads and stormwater drains, and developing long-term maintenance plans as part of a $67 million yearly budget.
The new cultural and economic development manager will oversee the council's community, public relations and business portfolios, manage 74 staff, and administer a budget worth nearly $20 million.
Applications close on October 20. Applicants are expected to have university degrees relevant to their field.
For further information visit www.wollongong.nsw.gov.au or call the council on 4227 7111.