Our client, a local government organization in The Pilbara Region of Western Australia, is seeking a suitably qualified consultant to engage with local community stakeholders to identify community needs and assist architects in the design of three sporting master plans. This is a 2 month project commencing in Mid January 2019. The Client has 80 registered community sporting clubs, many of whom will have a stake in one or more of the three projects. Approximately 30 stakeholder groups are considered key stakeholders, and will require detailed consultation.This project will be led by one of the clients senior executive officers, meaning there will be a dedicated resource on the ground throughout the life of the project.The preferred consultant will be required to demonstrate experience and knowledge with the application of community consultation and workshopping, data analysis and reporting and an understanding of key sport and leisure trends and issues, particularly as they relate to remote regional locations.Required service Qualifications, with particular emphasis on experience of personnel in projects of a similar requirement.Demonstrated experience and success in contemporary community engagement projects and demonstrate the ability to acquire and analyse stakeholder feedback as the basis for well-informed project outcomes.Methodology - provide a detailed understanding of the required service by identifying the key issues and risks associated with delivering the project (on budget and within the desired timelines)Provide a direction for the master planning process by producing a statement of need which has been substantiated by the below community consultation and analysis.Review current services, assets and usage within the identified projects based on community consultation and information supplied by the Town.Consult with the clients employees to establish native title, historic and technical considerations associated with the sites.Review of industry trends and benchmarks, demographic impacts and documentation relative to regional WA and communities with higher transient and indigenous populations.Independently analyse and process information gathered from the stakeholder engagement to inform a specification of facility infrastructure from which the architects are able to develop the extent of project development for each site (based on need).Coordinate workshop/s with key stakeholders in the Region.Identify any issues and constraints with the current sites related to functionality, capacity and potential usage.Engage with relevant stakeholders to establish community needs through the design and delivery of a well-considered community consultation plan that informs the development of draft master plans. This is to includeMeetings with club representativesCreation of community and stakeholder survey - available online and hard copy (The Client will be responsible for promoting this survey);Teleconference Project Meetings as required.Ensure that wider stakeholder ‘buy-in’ is achieved through continued review and updates on the development of the Master Plans.To contribute to an implementation plan incorporating staged development options. If you have the required experience to undertake this project, please forward your resume to Paul Argile at Sentio Recruit - paul@sentiorecruit.com.au Resume's will need to be received by close of business WAST on Friday 4 January 2019. Australia - WA Perth CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs

Community Consultant

  • Community Consultant - 2 Month Project
  • Advising Local Government in Pilbara Region of Western Australia
  • Previous experience in Community Consultation essential

Our client, a local government organization in The Pilbara Region of Western Australia, is seeking a suitably qualified consultant to engage with local community stakeholders to identify community needs and assist architects in the design of three sporting master plans. This is a 2 month project commencing in Mid January 2019. 

The Client has 80 registered community sporting clubs, many of whom will have a stake in one or more of the three projects. Approximately 30 stakeholder groups are considered key stakeholders, and will require detailed consultation.

This project will be led by one of the clients senior executive officers, meaning there will be a dedicated resource on the ground throughout the life of the project.

The preferred consultant will be required to demonstrate experience and knowledge with the application of community consultation and workshopping, data analysis and reporting and an understanding of key sport and leisure trends and issues, particularly as they relate to remote regional locations.

Required service

  • Qualifications, with particular emphasis on experience of personnel in projects of a similar requirement.
  • Demonstrated experience and success in contemporary community engagement projects and demonstrate the ability to acquire and analyse stakeholder feedback as the basis for well-informed project outcomes.
  • Methodology - provide a detailed understanding of the required service by identifying the key issues and risks associated with delivering the project (on budget and within the desired timelines)
  • Provide a direction for the master planning process by producing a statement of need which has been substantiated by the below community consultation and analysis.
  • Review current services, assets and usage within the identified projects based on community consultation and information supplied by the Town.
  • Consult with the clients employees to establish native title, historic and technical considerations associated with the sites.
  • Review of industry trends and benchmarks, demographic impacts and documentation relative to regional WA and communities with higher transient and indigenous populations.
  • Independently analyse and process information gathered from the stakeholder engagement to inform a specification of facility infrastructure from which the architects are able to develop the extent of project development for each site (based on need).
  • Coordinate workshop/s with key stakeholders in the Region.
  • Identify any issues and constraints with the current sites related to functionality, capacity and potential usage.
  • Engage with relevant stakeholders to establish community needs through the design and delivery of a well-considered community consultation plan that informs the development of draft master plans. This is to include
  • Meetings with club representatives
  • Creation of community and stakeholder survey - available online and hard copy (The Client will be responsible for promoting this survey);
  • Teleconference Project Meetings as required.
  • Ensure that wider stakeholder ‘buy-in’ is achieved through continued review and updates on the development of the Master Plans.

To contribute to an implementation plan incorporating staged development options.

 

If you have the required experience to undertake this project, please forward your resume to Paul Argile at Sentio Recruit - paul@sentiorecruit.com.au 

Resume's will need to be received by close of business WAST on Friday 4 January 2019.

 

To apply please forward your resume to Paul Argile - paul@sentiorecruit.com.au by close of business  by 5pm on Friday 4 January WAST. For a confidential discussion please contact Paul on 0431271169.