Our Structure

Our Structure

Executive Services

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder leads City employees in carrying out the policies and decisions of the City Council. The CEO is responsible for:
  • Administering the day-to-day functions of the City
  • Inter-governmental relations
  • Operational figurehead for the City
The CEO works closely with the Mayor to promote the City and develop partnerships with local businesses and the community.

The Executive Services area incorporates:
  • Economic Development and small business support
  • City Living, including Reconciliation, community development, events, tourism and arts and culture
  • Communications and marketing
  • People and Culture, including human resources
  • Performance management


Financial Services

Headed by Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Financial Services Area encompasses the day to day business operations of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder as well as the City’s business units including financial services, corporate strategy and planning, commercial operations, assets and procurement and internal service provision.
 
Finance Services is responsible for:
  • Statutory financial reporting
  • Annual budget
  • Rate billing and collection
  • Investment of surplus funds
  • Grants management
  • Cost control-accounts payable, plant recovery and overheads
  • Payroll
Council Businesses and Property Services oversee:
  • City owned property, including the Endowment Block
  • Commercial business operations owned by the City including the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport, Kalgoorlie Golf Course, Goldfields Record Storage and the Goldfields Oasis Recreation Centre
The Information, Communication and Technology Services area look after:
  • Information systems and software acquisition
  • Freedom of Information requests
  • Information management, archiving and record keeping
  • GIS
  • Communications hardware
Governance and Customer Service are responsible for:
  • Overseeing all governance and policy
  • Council meetings, minutes and agendas
  • Customer service


Operational Services

Headed by the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Operational Services Area encompasses the day to day service provision to the community of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. The Operational Services Area consists of four main areas – community services, infrastructure and open space, assets and procurement and planning, development and regulatory services.

Community Services is responsible for supplying first class facilities and amenities for the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder to meet the cultural and social demands of the community, and oversees the following areas:
  • History and heritage, including the Town Halls, Goldfields War Museum and City archives
  • Seniors and Disability services including the City’s HACC programs
  • The CY O’Connor Community Precinct including the Library, Eastern Goldfields Community Centre and the Men’s Shed
Planning, Development and Regulatory Services is responsible for ensuring compliance with various legislation covering the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, as well as community development issues, and the portfolio includes:
  • Town planning
  • Building surveying
  • Environmental health and compliance including Community Rangers
  • Recycling and Refuse collection and the Yarri Road Refuse Facility
  • Sewerage infrastructure, sewage collection and the Waste Water Treatment Plant
Assets and Procurement Services oversee:
  • Major projects including construction supervision
  • Asset management
  • Procurement, tendering and the Vendor Panel
Infrastructure and Open Space is responsible for overseeing:
  • The City’s Annual Works program
  • Bushfire services
  • Footpath and verge maintenance, including the dual-use pathway network
  • Parks, gardens, playgrounds, playing fields and reserves
  • Repay WA partnership program
  • Streetscape maintenance including street trees, furniture and bus shelters, signage and street lighting
  • Traffic and safety improvements including drainage, parking areas and the construction and maintenance of roads and laneways
  • The City Works Depot and fleet management