Nestled at the beginning of the Tarkine wilderness and surrounded by lush green fields fed by the rains of the Roaring Forties, Smithton has plenty of in-town and nearby attractions.
Another attraction due to open in early 2019 is the Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre. This new $12M facility will include a six-lane 25m pool, a three-lane 12.5m program pool for swimming lessons, a children aquatic play area and a multipurpose program space.
Belgravia Leisure is set to manage the wellness hub and is seeking candidates looking for the next step into a rewarding career in a management role. Pave the way as one of its next generation of managers, with a holistic view of health and wellbeing.
“This is a rare opportunity to run your own wellbeing facility overseeing the operational, financial and program deliverables with a Council partner committed to health and wellness,” says Kris Miller, Belgravia Leisure’s Victorian and Tasmanian State Manager.
Kris urges people with diverse health, wellness and leisure practitioners and specialists to think seriously about having a meaningful impact and building something special in Smithton.
“Belgravia Leisure is willing to work with anyone who is genuinely committed to improving the health outcomes of the community they are in,” Kris concludes.
The role will oversee and have full accountability for the facility’s operational, financial and program deliverables. Some patrons may be seeking support funded through various compensation schemes including WorkCover, TAC, DVA, as well as the NDIS.
Experience in injury management, clinical assessments and existing relationship with medical specialists, GPs and allied health professionals, will make an exceptional candidate for this centre manager’s role.
Anyone interested in the opportunity is urged to complete an application at