Sergeant Bell from the Carnamah Police has asked that local residents and businesses be particularly vigilant as there has been a spate of crime in town over the past few weeks. This has coincided with the COVID-19 pandemic and, sadly, crime often escalates during emergencies.
Keep your homes and vehicles locked and your valuables in a safe place. Don’t hesitate to report any suspicious behaviour to the Police on 9951 1222.
In addition, now that parents are being encouraged to keep their children home from school, it is important that they ensure the kids are not wandering the streets, getting into mischief.
As many people keep saying, we are in difficult times and everyone needs to contribute to the good of the community. We need to work together rather than taking advantage of others.
MANAGER OF WORKS AND SERVICES
The Shire of Carnamah is seeking an experienced person to manage Council’s roads, works and services program.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation that is looking to the future while remembering its past.
Carnamah is ideally located in the North Midlands sub-region, some 300km north of Perth. It has a district high school, bank, supermarket, café and a range of other commercial businesses. It boasts excellent sporting facilities, easily accessible medical services and a safe community in which to live.
The successful applicant will be offered a 3-5 year contract with a salary in the range of $90,000-$100,000 per annum. Additional benefits add substantial value to the remuneration package.
An application pack can be obtained from the Shire’s Executive Coordinator at email@example.com or by phoning 9951 7000.
Applications addressing the selection criteria are to be emailed to the same address or posted to the Shire for the attention of the CEO, and will be received until 4pm on Thursday, 2nd April 2020 addressed to:
Confidential – CEO
Shire of Carnamah
PO Box 80
CARNAMAH WA 6517
Vin Fordham Lamont
Chief Executive Officer