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A survey of Muswellbrook Shire residents to measure satisfaction and priorities with regard to Council-managed facilities and services.

A random and representative telephone survey of 403 adult residents in the Muswellbrook Shire, conducted by Jetty Research on behalf of Muswellbrook Shire Council.

Report coverAdopted Revised Version 2017-18 Operational and Capital Budgets.

The Muswellbrook Shire Council Our People Capability & Behaviour Framework provides an understanding of the fundamental capabilities and behaviours required to perform effectively and achieve Council’s strategic goals. The Framework applies to all employees in our organisation, and is linked to Council’s Organisational SPIRIT Values.

The Framework describes the six core capabilities that apply to all Council employees: Ethical Behaviour, Resilience, Effective Communication, Collaboration, Accountability and Achievement. A further two capabilities are for employees that directly supervise others: Management and Leadership. Each capability provides descriptors over five cumulative and progressive levels, from transactional and operational capability Fundamental, to tactical and strategic capability Expert.

Further to the capabilities outlined in this Framework, Job Specific Key Accountabilities provide a high level description of the outcomes each position is expected to deliver. These accountabilities are outcomes focused and specific to each position at Council, and should be considered alongside the Our People Capability & Behaviour Framework.

The Our People Capability & Behaviour Framework will support Council’s Human Resources functions.

A NSW Government Industrial Relation schedule of consolidated Award published on 22 August 2014 and subsequent variations incorporated.

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document of reconciliationThis document of reconciliation is Muswellbrook Shire Council's commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Signed 13 August 2001.

Report cover designThe results of a random and representative 2016 telephone survey of 502 Muswellbrook Shire residents to understand resident perceptions of Council and community wellbeing.

In order to establish quantitative benchmarks for its Community Strategic Plan (CSP), Muswellbrook Shire Council commissioned Jetty Research to undertake a random and representative telephone poll of 500 Muswellbrook Shire LGA adult residents.
The survey aimed to measure current satisfaction with selected Council facilities and services, and community attitudes to different aspects of living in the shire. It was ultimately designed to create reliable baseline date for any subsequent benchmarking surveys.

Elected Council for Muswellbrook Shire 2012-2016End Of Term Report Cover 2012 2016

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Final report dated: March 7th 2011.

In January 2011, Muswellbrook Shire Council commissioned Jetty Research to conduct a random telephone survey, and parallel online poll, of local residents in relation to their vision for the shire’s future. This  research forms part of a community consultation phase, designed to understand resident sentiment in preparation for the shire’s community strategic plan through to the next decade.

Part of the Integrated Planning & Reporting Framework.

Adopted by Council 11 February 2013
Minute No. 247

Muswellbrook Shire Council has endorsed the Further Improvement Plan for submission to the NSW Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) in response to the NSW Government’s Fit for the Future program.

www.ipart.nsw.gov.au/Home/Industries/Local_Govt/Fit_for_the_Future.

Adopted by Council 25 June 2015

Template supplied by NSW Office of Local Government to be completed by Council as part of the Fit For Future submission in June 2015.

Adopted by Council 8 July 2013
Minute No. 21

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BUSINESS PLAN [Incorporating proposed business structure, capacity statement, service model (including putative passenger figures), and budget]

May 2014

Prepared in response to the NSW Government’s Hunter Regional Action Plan 2021

Part of the Resourcing Strategy
Adopted by Council 24 June 2013
Minute No. 380

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