Are you a receptionist, with legal experience or an interest in legal work? Do you have a passion for social justice? Do you want flexibility in your day and a work/life balance?
If this sounds like you, we can offer you a position within the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community Legal Service.
The successful applicant will report to the Senior Administrator and be required to:
engage with clientele;
collect, process and deliver mail;
maintain a clean/tidy reception area;
assist administration staff when required;
For further information or a copy of the position description - contact our Senior Administration Officer, Jemma Goldsmith, via email jgoldsmith@…show email at the TACLS Launceston Office.
Searson Buck is pleased to be partnering with the Motor Accidents Insurance Board (MAIB), a Tasmanian Government Business Enterprise. The purpose of the MAIB is to administer the funding and payment of Tasmania’s compulsory third party motor accident
insurance scheme. The scheme provides medical and income benefits on a no fault basis to people injured as a result of a motor accident while enabling access to common law.
We have an exciting and rare opportunity for the right person to join the MAIB Executive team in the role of Chief Operating Officer. MAIB aim to provide excellent customer service making a real difference to the lives of their customers. The
Chief Operating Officer will work with the employees and the leadership team to meet organisational goals and work towards continual improvement.
This role requires outstanding leadership skills and a strong focus on client services, along with attention to detail on business deliverables including continually improve customer outcomes, solving problems and sharing successes. For someone
with a solid operational and management background this role will provide you with the opportunity to work with an extremely successful organisation where you will have the ownership and accountability to contribute to the ongoing success of
MAIB. Your responsibilities will include but will not be limited to:
Oversee the management of the claims management operations;
Guide and develop other leaders within MAIB;
Manage corporate governance and risk;
Provide executive and company secretary support to the Board;
High level communication and written abilities;
Being a role model to guide and develop staff in creating a positive workplace culture;
Strategic thinker, contribute to the achievement of MAIB’s strategic objectives;
Identify legislation and government instructions that impact MAIB; and
Drive and manage projects assigned by the CEO
The successful candidate will have extensive experience in service and processing operations. Broad experience in customer service and or insurance industry is desirable.
This is an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to an already successful business. If you have the required skills please express your interest by submitting an application. For more information please contact Sharon Miller at Searson Buck
on *****88+ click to reveal or *****73+ click to reveal.
Metro is a Tasmanian icon that has been transporting locals and visitors for over 60 years. We pride ourselves on our values of safety, respect, resilience, unity and being service driven in order to create a company we are all proud of.
An exciting opportunity exists for a qualified Diesel Mechanic/Technician at Metro’s Launceston Depot in the workshop.
Duties will include:
Major and minor repairs of heavy vehicles
Diagnosis and repair of mechanical defects in buses
Diagnosis of faults on multiplex electrical systems
Programmed maintenance and repair work
To apply for this role you will need:
1. To be a fully qualified tradesperson
2. A sound knowledge of materials, tools and methods used in the maintenance and repair of automotive vehicles
3. Superior fault finding skills and diagnostic ability
4. A current driver’s licence
A Certificate IV in Automotive Electrical will be highly regarded.
Megt have multiple full time Warehousing traineeships available for immediate start in the Launceston area.
THE ROLE As a Trainee you will complete a Certificate 3 in Warehousing Operations over a 24 month period, whilst gaining valuable hands on industry experience in a supportive and friendly environment. As a Trainee, you will
be working full time hours and gain experience in all warehousing duties within a busy team. The National Training wage will apply to these roles.
Duties will include but not limited to; · Pick and pack items · Processing sales orders and arranging the dispatch · Customer service face to face, over the phone and email · Deliveries as required · Quality control of
the warehouse · Stock take and ordering of products · Use of a computer software package, MS Word and Outlook · General warehouse housekeeping
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
To be considered for this opportunity ideally you will have: · A genuine interest to work within the warehousing industry · Previous experience in working with a wholesale retail outlet would be ideal · High attention to detail
and accuracy · Excellent customer service and communication skills with a ‘can do’ attitude · Reliable, punctual and hardworking · Willing to learn all functions of daily warehousing and admin operations · Good computer literacy
and communication skills · Manual Drivers Licence
COMPANY CULTURE Supportive team environment, with an excellent opportunity to progress your career with the Host Employer. BENEFITS
Receive a qualification whilst being paid in the job - Certificate 3 in Warehousing Operations
Long term employment opportunity.Strong possibility of full time employment at the conclusion of the traineeship
MEGT Field Officer for constant support in the Traineeship
For a confidential discussion please contact Andrew Ikin on *****73+ click to reveal or hit apply now!
About the Role
Our client a luxury hospitality brand is seeking career driven, motived Demi Chefs, to be part of this prestigious kitchen.
Reporting to the Executive Chef, this role will offer you the opportunity to grow, work across other award-winning properties in Tasmania, under the companies’ portfolio and learn and be mentored by some of the industry’s top chefs.
This role is available for an immediate start, offers a great company culture and prides itself on promoting from within for career opportunities.
You will be driven, passionate about food and hungry to achieve career advancement. You will have full working rights within Australia and enjoy a remote location environment.
To be successful in this role you will have:
Relevant Commercial Cookery qualification
Experience from a Hatted or High-end venue
A drivers licence (MUST) or access to transport
Creativity, menus ideas and innovation.
Subsidised staff accommodation
No split shifts
2 consecutive days off
Staff duty meals
Offering premier staffing services, Pinnacle People is Australia's largest and only national hospitality staffing partner. Celebrating 27 years in 2018, the combination of our prestigious and loyal client base and the expertise of our staff has
allowed us to build an unrivaled reputation for the quality of our service. Our national client portfolio spans all sectors of the industry including leading events, hotels, caterers, restaurants and corporate hospitality operations.
If this role is for you, please forward your current resume to: Ruth Mason Talent Manager & Recruitment Specialist *****@pinnaclepeople.com.au+ click to reveal
Launceston General Hospital Acute Medical Unit Launceston, Tasmania
$88,192 to $98,170 p.a. plus superannuation and access to salary packaging.
The Tasmanian Health Service –Northern Region seeks a motivated and experienced Senior Physiotherapist to join the Acute Medical Unit (AMU) team at the Launceston General Hospital (LGH). This is a permanent part time, shift work position (fully
rotational), working 39.52 hours per fortnight. Notwithstanding hours may be considered by the employer for the successful applicant.
The LGH has undergone major capital redevelopment since 2010. To date works have been completed in AMU, ED, ICU, Rehabilitation and Operating Theatres with further works planned for other areas of the organisation.
The AMU was purpose built in 2012 to allow for the implementation of new and innovative service models for both inpatient and outpatient acute medical patients. To support these models AMU has a comprehensive allied health team that works within
an interdisciplinary framework. The unit specialises in patients with complex medical conditions inclusive of respiratory conditions requiring NIV treatment.
The city of Launceston is located in Northern Tasmania in the Tamar Valley and has a population of approximately 85 000. It is perfectly located within a short drive to beautiful beaches and mountains.
A wide range of sporting facilities are available in and around Launceston, the Tamar Valley is a great wine growing area with plenty of vineyards open for cellar door tastings and fine dining is available at award winning restaurants.
Regular AFL football games are played here, and it is only a short commute to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane with multiple flights daily. University of Tasmania has its northern campus in Launceston and includes the National Maritime
We are keen to attract applicants with leadership and change management skills, with experience in contemporary allied health service models for acute medical patients.
Core Accounting & Taxation is a Launceston based accountancy practice servicing a broad range of clients statewide.
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic junior accountant (0 – 2 years accounting experience) & intermediate accountant (2 + years accounting experience) to become part of our team and to further develop their accounting careers.
If you are seeking a position working with a great team in a supportive and friendly environment then this is the position for you.
The successful applicants will have:
A great eye for detail & enjoy working as part of a team
Good computer skills
Excellent communication & personal skills
Experience with Xero/MYOB preferred
The successful applicants will have the option to work a 4 day working week if desired.
CTST is a vibrant and growing community organisation whose mission is to provide transport to support people to live in their community.
We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic and flexible person to fill the role of
Part time Transport Coordinator
Are organised, have strong administrative skills, can think strategically and problem solve
Have great interpersonal skills and can build strong relationships with clients and volunteers
Have experience working autonomously and have strong team skills
then we would like to hear from you!
Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc is a government funded, not for profit community organisation which provides transport services to older people and people with disability living in the community.
We need the right person to take client calls and schedule volunteers and vehicles on a daily basis..
The position is based in Launceston and is a 12 month contract. Working days and hours can be negotiated between Monday and Friday. The position is classified at Level 3 of the Social, Community, Home Care and
Disability Services Award 2010 with an hourly rate of $27.26 and salary sacrifice options.
More information and the position description is available on our website at http://ctst.org.au/work-with-us/ or from CTST Offices.
If you have questions you should contact Melissa Gardiner on *****65+ click to reveal or email *****@ctst.org.au+ click to reveal
Applications should include a current resume and cover letter explaining your experience in relation to the dot points above. It should be emailed to *****@ctst.org.au+ click to reveal by no later than midnight on Sunday 3rd June 2018.
St Giles is a state-wide not-for-profit organisation operating Therapy Services across Tasmania. St Giles aims to make a real difference in the lives of the people we support, and we are passionate about supporting children and adults who
have a disability. This position is based within our Therapy Services in Launceston but may require you to work in other locations and is focussed on working in partnership with other services and/or families,
to enable the best outcomes for those who access our services. The position: Behaviour Support Professional, Part Time - 0.6 FTE and based in Launceston, TAS. Our ideal candidate would have:
A degree from a recognised University in a relevant area
Demonstrated ability to apply evidence based practice
Competency in specialist clinical skills including assessment, intervention, program design and specific skills in behaviour intervention
Ability to work within a team
Ability to conduct education programs
Able to support families with complex needs
You would be part of a supportive Occupational Therapy team, and larger multi-disciplinary team. We offer excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.
Please contact Ally White on *****33+ click to reveal or *****@stgiles.org.au+ click to reveal for further information regarding the position and to obtain a full position description. Applications
close on Friday, 1st June 2018, and should be forwarded to; Human Resources email to: *****@stgiles.org.au+ click to reveal
St Giles requires a Payroll and Clerical support Officer to join our Corporate Support team in Launceston, Tasmania. This position is a part-time position working 0.6 FTE. .
The Payroll and Clerical Officer will assist the payroll team to process payroll fortnightly and also assist with other clerical tasks within that team. There are many elements to this role and interested applicants should refer to the Position
Description for the full range of tasks and duties.
St Giles offers excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.
You must have or be able to obtain a Working With Vulnerable Persons (child related activity) check, National Police Check and Driver Licence. You must also be willing to undergo a pre-employment medical check.
To apply: applicants must provide a cover letter, resume and a document addressing the Essential Criteria in the Position Description. The Position Description can be obtained by request by emailing *****@stgiles.org.au+ click to reveal
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
Confidential enquiries to Amanda Bailey (03) 63 45 7333.
Applications close Friday, 1st June 2018 and should be forwarded to:
Human Resources, St Giles Society Ltd., PO Box 416, Launceston, TAS, 7250 or email to *****@stgiles.org.au+ click to reveal.
LAFM & Chilli90.1fm, Launceston's leading commercial radio stations are looking for a very special & talented part-time director of first impressions that can handle ten calls at once, assist customers at the reception desk all while
making sure our social media is optimized.
Sound like you?
If you have an eye for detail, are proficient with data entry, have a pleasant phone manner & understand the importance of exceeding our customers expectations then you might be who we are looking for.
Ideally you will be experienced in an office environment, have a positive 'can do' attitude, can multi task, smile while meeting deadlines on a daily basis & be able to communicate with a very busy and focused team.
We're the most listened to commercial stations in Launceston, & aim to be the most engaging social medial platform that people turn to; can you help us with that?
Your duties will include...
Meet & greet customers
Answering telephone calls
Social media/Web updates & reporting
Agenda & minutes compilation
…& lots more, it's never dull around here, so if you're up to the challenge & have the experience to back it up – make the next move!
LAFM & Chilli90.1fm are part of Grant Broadcasters a family owned company. This role offers a competitive remuneration package as well as the opportunity for professional development in an expanding multimedia organization.
Applications including a resume and a covering letter outlining why you are the best person for this role can be sent to: *****@lafm.com.au+ click to reveal
Applications Close Friday 1st June 2018
This Australian company is the absolute market leader in lighting and interior design. It's more than just a flick of a switch, lighting influences how we feel, work and live. They strive to lighten the day for every customer. This company's reputation
as Australia's foremost lighting specialist comes from providing the latest styles, trends and innovations. They provide an excellent culture of respect and success for the staff of all levels. With a fantastic career progression plan, this
is an amazing opportunity!
My client is looking for an Store Manager to join this beautiful showroom store in Launceston, Tasmania.
- Reporting to a State Manager.
- $56,000 + Super + Fully Maintained company vehicle + Bonus Incentive.
- Bonus incentive based on both personal and Store Targets when achieved.
- Large format, Jewellery, Homewares experience is highly preferred
Skills and Experience:
Previous retail sales management experience is necessary.
Experience in working with a new team
Strong leader, manager, motivator and a coach.
Knowledge in interior design and decorations.
Internal drive to learn and be a part of a culture of success.
Aligned experience and attitude in providing excellent customer service.
Benefits and rewards:
Excellent annual salary with a Lucrative bonus structure + Car
Career growth opportunity. You could be a multi site manager if they open other stores!
Solid training offered.
The opportunity to work in a great culture with the right people.
Do not miss out on this amazing opportunity - Apply now.
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Bianca Damiani on *****00+ click to reveal , quoting Ref No.  or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
Work with a wide range of disabilities
Variety of hours
Lifestyle Solutions has grown to become one of the major leaders and innovators in the Community Services sector in Australia. We are a National accredited Not for Profit organisation with a rapidly growing workforce of 2,000 passionate and talented
people who committed to providing person centered, flexible and responsive support services for our community. The key to our success lies in our dedication to delivering person centered solutions, to equality and social justice and outcomes
that are important for each individual. We are passionate about partnering with people to develop support systems which reflect their individuality, interests, vision and culture.
As we look to the future, we're more focused than ever on attracting the best talent for our organisation. We are currently seeking passionate, energetic and experienced Disability Support Workers for individual support to two children. The
role will provide respite support. As a Support Worker, you will assist the people we support to develop key lifestyle skills such as cooking, craft, and social interaction. You may be involved in assisting with transport to and from
school and community access.You will be responsible for assisting individuals work towards their goals, assist with activities and routines, the provision of personal hygiene along with the administration and management of medication.
What You Need to be Successful in this role?
Previous experience supporting people with a disability who have a variety of needs
Current drivers licence (Essential)
Current "Provide First Aid Certificate" (Or be willing to obtain)
Formal qualifications in Disability, Community services or welfare will be advantageous
Current Working with Vulnerable People Check for TAS
Medication administration certificate (Or be willing to obtain)
Strong understanding of professional boundaries
The role is based in Launceston.
For more information please call Mandy Miller, Coordinator, on *****29+ click to reveal during business hours
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 5pm on Friday 1st June 2018
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as we will be actively shortlisting during the advertising period and reserve the right to close this advert prior to the advertised date.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and are committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome, actively support and promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islanders, LGBTI, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds and other diversity groups.
As part of our process selected applicants will be required to undergo employment screening and probity checks prior to commencing.
Up to 65% of Billings
The Role In this role, you can work across multiple centres or in just one. You will work Monday-Friday, with the option to do 1 Saturday a month and on call. You will be well supported by a team of nurses, practice
managers and allied health. All the centre are mixed billing and have the ability to see 4 patients per hour. All current doctors are booked up 2-3 weeks in advance. The Benefits
Up to 65% of Billings
The Organisation This Doctor owned organisation have a number of centres around Launceston. The organisation is very invested in improving care to patients through technologies such as Laser Therapy and Electro Therapy.
All the centres work together to bring the patients the best care they can The Location All the centres are located 15-30 minutes from Launceston, you can live in a metro hub and commute daily to the centres. With an
airport in Launceston city centre that has flights daily to Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney you can be on the mainland in no time. Affordable housing with both public and private schools. This is the perfect location if you are looking to leave
the city life behind for more laid-back lifestyle. The Criteria
General or Specialist AHPRA Registration
An interest in technology-driven medicine advantageous
Apply Now Click "Apply Now" to submit your CV or for a confidential discussion, phone Christine Kelly on *****29+ click to reveal or email *****@cmr.com.au+ click to reveal Know someone who might suit
this role? Refer a friend to be eligible for our great referral bonus.
Linx Employment TAS Pty Ltd is searching for a dynamic and creative Marketing Content Manager. The successful person will be responsible for working across 4 businesses that sit under the Linx banner so they will be required to demonstrate
a high level of organisational skills and discipline in meeting deadlines. As a key member of our team, the selected person will work on a range of different marketing and communication channels including supervising tasks related to
website pages, digital media, data management, networking and keep abreast of current market trends.
The preferred candidate would have or be:
Completion of a bachelor's degree from an accredited education institution in Marketing, Communications, Business Management or a related discipline.
Minimum 3 years' experience in Communications, Marketing or Media environment.
Proficient in MS Office Suite
Have clean communication skills that encompasses all audiences
Demonstrated skills and talent in editing
Savvy and confident with Social Media
Creative and a Unique thinker
Articulate and engaging – intuitive with how people think and what makes them tick.
If you think you have what it takes to be a dynamic addition to the Linx team please send your application and resume to *****@linxemployment.com.au+ click to reveal or contact us by email for further information regarding the position.
Who is RFT?
RFT is a globally affiliated, not for profit organisation providing residential and allied support services across Tasmania for people with severe and recurrent mental illness.
Our mission is to 'help people be the best they can be'.
We strive to achieve this by creating an engaging, non-judgmental and fun environment, celebrating diversity, supporting our quiet achievers and being meaningful and reflective in all we do.
About the Job
As a Support Worker, you'll be responsible for delivering elements of the Care Coordination Pathway for consumers. This includes:
Working with the Team Leader and Key Workers in identifying and supporting consumers to achieve recovery goals.
Supporting consumers with daily living skills
Coordinating and delivering services to consumers
You will be working along-side consumers in their journey to well-being, in whatever form that means for them. You will support them as they gain the skills and confidence to maximise their potential.
What makes you perfect for this role?
Our Support Workers are fundamental to the ability of RFT to deliver truly consumer-focused services.
The successful applicant is someone with enthusiasm, empathy, patience and resilience. Someone who loves a challenge and can adapt and grow in changing circumstances. No two days are the same!
Successful applicants will have;
Understanding of the mental health sector within Tasmania
Certificate IV in Mental Health, or equivalent qualifications and experience in mental health
Ability to apply the principles of recovery and client-centred delivery in the mental health sector
Effective team work and relationship management skills
Ability to use IT for work-related activities, including using the internet, MS Office and case-management software
Effective verbal communication skills and the ability to write accurate and professional case notes, reports and letters
Working with Vulnerable People Check
Apply First Aid and CPR Qualification
We are looking for candidates with life experience (even if you are young!) who can add value and depth to our program and who have the ability to reflect RFT values and work in a constructive, safe and happy environment.
If this sounds like you apply online now!
You will need to send your resume, cover letter and address the selection criteria in the Position Description. To obtain a copy of the Position Description please email *****@rftas.org.au+ click to reveal
Applications Close on the 22 June 2018.
This organisation is experienced in providing a high standard of care with a strong reputation within Melbourne. With a focus on providing high quality quality patient care, this organisation achieves excellent results and ensures ongoing support
for the team to achieve positive outcomes.
Dispensing and administering pharmacy medication
Work closely with hospital staff to ensure high level of patient care
Strong customer service focus
Developing and fostering professional relationships with both hospital and pharmacy staff
To be successful
Qualified pharmacist with dispensary experience
Registration with the pharmacy board of Australia
Strong attention to detail
Team focus and ability to work independently
What's in it for you?
Work life balance and shift flexibility
Friendly, professional organisation.
Ongoing Training and Support
Excellent remuneration package
Opportunity to work alone and in a team
If you have the relevant experience and skills please don't hesitate
For a confidential discussion call Anthony Evangelista on *****18+ click to reveal
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact [Anthony Evangelista on *****18+ click to reveal], quoting Ref No.  or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
Permanent part time
Clinical and Dispensary Mix
Newly registered pharmacists are welcome to apply
Chance to join Private Hospital Pharmacy
About the role
A position has become available for a motivated pharmacist to be part of our highly skilled team in Launceston, Tasmania.
HPS Pharmacies delivers pharmacy services to Calvary Health Care Tasmania, St Luke’s & St Vincent’s. Split across two campuses, the hospital provides care to a diverse patient case mix including, oncology, palliative care and mental health.
Based at Calvary Health Care Tasmania St Vincent's Campus, this part time role will require you to work 35 hours per week from Tuesday to Saturday inclusive, however we are flexible with working hours and open to negotiations, job sharing
Initially you will be working as a dispensary pharmacist. It is expected that the successful incumbent will receive continuous training, development and validation to upskill in an oncology manufacturing role in the future. Participation in
the weekend, public holiday and on-call roster will be required. This position is available for an immediate start.
This is a great opportunity for a motivated pharmacist looking to diversify and broaden or further develop their skills in the provision of a hospital pharmacist. Newly registered pharmacists are welcome to apply, hospital experience is not
Dispensing and supply medications in line with legal and professional requirements
Prepare medication profiles
Assist with business and process improvement
A can-do attitude and team focus
Excellent communication skills
Attention to detail
The ability to organise complex tasks and solve problems
Analytical thinking to make sound judgements and develop appropriate innovative solutions
Current registration with the Pharmacy Board of Australia
Membership with a Professional Indemnity Insurance provider
We offer a range of benefits including a positive culture where we live by our values. As a growing and innovative organisation, you are able to succeed and grow your career with HPS.
To apply, please complete our online application form, attaching your resume and a cover letter.
Applications close 5pm Thursday 31 May 2018.
* Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
* You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job
* An offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory National Police Clearance
* Maintain up-to-date vaccinations in accordance with client requirements and HPS policy
Due to our expanding services we are seeking a highly motivated, well presented Funeral Directors Assistant to join our administration team.
Publisher, Word, and Excel computer skills are essential. The successful applicant will have the ability to work within a busy team environment with limited supervision and have excellent time management skills. This is a full time position.
Finney Funeral Services will provide you with a fantastic career path and an industry leading salary negotiable based on your experience.
The position contains a number of responsibilities including;
Public and Community Relations
The Ideal candidate will have the following;
Excellent numerical, verbal and written communication skills
Experience in Administration
Customer Service experience
A caring nature
Someone who enjoys helping others and providing support at times
Flexible in occasional weekend work
An interest in the community
If you feel that you would like to be part of the dedicated team at Finney Funeral Services, please post or email your application to Mr Mark Graham:-
By Mail: Mr Mark Graham
Finney Funeral Services
34 Nunamina Avenue
Kings Meadows TAS 7249.
We are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic Recruitment Officers that will be focused on finding employment outcomes for participants within the Disability Employment Services (DES) program. We have several roles available in the following
areas - • VIC - Latrobe Valley • QLD - Redcliffe, Fortitude Valley • TAS - Launceston, Devonport This is a great opportunity to work for a well-established
and rapid growing organisation with an extremely supportive team culture! Key accountabilities/Responsibilities • Continuously seek opportunities through active community engagement and networking. • Business development
activities to identify new and ongoing employment opportunities and to develop a strong understanding of the local labour market. • Develop strong relationships with participants, both face to face and over the phone, to understand their
placement potential and the actions needed to assist them to be job ready. • Conduct participant appointments and guide them through the process, identify barriers and devise appropriate management plans and pathways. • Meet your performance
indicators by converting sales leads into placements. • Deliver effective and timely communication and post placement care to both employers and participants. Skills you need to be successful • Experience in the recruitment
sales industry - or experience with selling a service. • Driven to succeed in identifying opportunities and converting into placements. • Exceptional ability to develop and maintain client relationships. • Experience in target based
and fast paced environments. • A motivated self-starter that can work autonomously to reach targets. • Able work effective and collaboratively in a remote team. • Strong communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills. • High level of computer literacy. • Must possess an open car driver’s licence. Please visit our INTOWORK website www.intoworkrecruitment.com.au and select jobs, Recruitment Officer and APPLY NOW! Applications not completed through
the Intowork website will not be treated as a priority.
If you have any queries, please email the recruitment team on *****@intowork.com.au+ click to reveal