Act as an authorised person within the meaning of the Local Government Act 1993 (NSW).
Authorise correspondence of a non-standard nature, such as interpretation of Council policy and responses to public complaints, in accordance with other delegations granted to the position and Management Policy “Authorising Council Documents”, with the exception of correspondence to Members of Parliament or those for the direct attention of heads of government departments and agencies.
Authorise the issue of a verbal or written warning to any person considered to be responsible for unreasonable customer conduct in accordance with Council’s Staff Guidelines – Unreasonable Customer Conduct Policy.
Authorise expenditure for works, services, facilities and goods for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 of not more than $50,000 (including GST) within approved budget limits and sign documents arising therefrom.
Invite and accept quotations for a proposed contract on behalf of the Council in accordance with the Council's Sustainable Procurement Policy.
Authorise timesheets for employees within the area of control of the position.
Issue a first warning, in accordance with the procedure set out in Step 1 of the Disciplinary Procedure in Council's Enterprise Agreement.
Issue a written warning, in accordance with the procedure set out in Step 2 of the Disciplinary Procedure in Council's Enterprise Agreement.
Exercise the functions of the Council position to which the position-holder is appointed in accordance with the job description for that position, Council's Enterprise Agreement and management direction.
Exercise the functions of the Council position to which the position-holder is temporarily appointed in accordance with the job description for that position, Council's Enterprise Agreement and management direction.
Direct officers of Council within the position-holder’s area of responsibility.
Nominate and instruct legal service providers to act for, or advise, the Council in respect of any matter, including proceedings for and against the Council and the giving of instructions to the Council’s legal service provider during the course of proceedings.
ONLY TO BE GRANTED AFTER WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM THE PUBLIC OFFICER/PRIVACY OFFICER.
Exercise Council's functions in relation to the determination of Access Applications made to Council under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 by the NSW Police Force for information recorded by Council's CCTV systems.