Bargain Depot is a unique grocery clearance and discount variety business located in Brunswick, Epping and Cranbourne. We are seeking passionate and career minded candidates to join our growing team.
We are offering full time positions in our Epping store.
The ideal candidate must have minimum one year retail experience.
This is a fast-paced retail environment and you love to keep yourself busy and enjoy hands-on work. You have a positive attitude to work and work well in a team environment. Retail merchandising and good customer service skills required.
Future career advancement opportunities available for qualified candidates in existing or new stores.
Please send resume to *****@bargaindepotclearance.com.au+ click to reveal. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified for interviews.
About the Organisation
Inclusion Melbourne is a uniquely innovative organisation based in Armadale and Sunshine that supports people with a disability in personalised community arrangements.
At Inclusion Melbourne, our vision is for people with a disability to share the benefits of living in the broader community. We want to give people the ability to feel comfortable in the community, recognise their contributions and to
help community members welcome each other and build long-term relationships. The organisation also actively participates in practice research, policy development and innovative project work through the Inclusion Designlab.
We are looking to fill a specific role in Thomastown (details below). We are also interested in replenishing our casual pool of Direct Support Professionals to join our team in the north west region of Melbourne. We have work available
in Thomastown, Sunshine, Yarraville and other north-west suburbs.
If you do not have experience but share our vision and you are keen to work within the disability sector we encourage you to apply.
Casual – Potential for Ongoing
Must be available minimum 3 - 4 days per week
Monday, Thursday & Friday 11am – 3pm & other shifts available
SCHCADS Award Level 2 Pay Point Range 1–4 ($30.70 to $33.49)
Pay dependent on qualifications and experience
About the Role
We are looking for a person who is interested in working with a man who enjoys being outside bush walking and enjoying the local parks. The role will involve supporting the person to pursue his interests in his local community.
He would prefer to be supported by a person who shares his interests, and as experience with working with people with ASD and behaviours of concern.
The purpose of the Direct Support Professional role is to work closely with the people we support and their Support Coordinators to promote the dignity, independence, choices, opportunities, rights and responsibilities of each person.
This is achieved by extending their skills and networks within the community, and being an appropriate role model through ensuring a positive image of people with a disability in the community.
You will also be required to complete written documentation, participate as a member of a team and contribute to the development and monitoring of service users individual plans.
To be considered you must hold a current driver's license and have access to a reliable insured vehicle. In addition to an hourly rate staff are reimbursed for work related travel.
You will also need to have a smartphone (iPhone/Android) with capability to download a software application to accept and manage shifts.
The following attributes will be highly regarded:-
Ability to work a minimum of 10 to 15 hours per week
Available at least 3 to 4 days per week
Strong literacy and numeracy skills
A deep commitment to supporting people with disabilities to pursue their dreams
An ability to connect people with their local communities
Certificate IV or equivalent in the disability field
Sound understanding of and experience in supporting people with autism spectrum disorder, communication difficulties and behaviours of concern
Experience in manual handling and assisting people with their personal care
Salary is based on the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 Level 2 (Pay Point Range 1–4 ) from $30.70 to $33.49, dependent on qualifications and experience.
Generous salary packaging benefits available to increase your take home pay.
Safety screening checks
Prospective candidates will need to undergo a series of safety screening checks before appointment to any position with Inclusion Melbourne. Inclusion Melbourne's recruitment procedures reflect our commitment to the safety of
the people we support. Safety screening includes a National Police history check, proof of identity and a check of employment history. Applicants who have lived overseas for
12 months or longer during the past 10 years are required to provide the results of an international police check.
You will also be subject to a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme check. This is a check of an individual's name against a DHHS database that records individuals who pose a proven risk to the health, safety or
welfare of people with a disability. If your name is on the list, you will be ineligible to work for Inclusion Melbourne.
For more information regarding this position, please call Patricia Wilson on*****66+ click to reveal or visit our website www.inclusion.melbourne
A position description can be obtained by using the download feature available on the careers page of our website. www.inclusion.melbourne
Applications must be received by close of business 5 p.m. on Monday 30th April 2018.
How to Apply
You must visit our website and complete an on-line application form, attach your resume and a covering letter that addresses the key selection criteria.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Inclusion Melbourne is committed to maintaining a diverse workforce that reflects the diverse needs of the people we support. Inclusion Melbourne is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people with a disability, and from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and the LGBTIQ community.
We are looking for a qualified accountant to drive the financial management of Club Mandalay. In addition to satisfying our accounting requirements and statutory obligations, the Accountant will be an active member of our management team
as we grow the business.
Club Mandalay is managed by Avid Sports Management and is situated just 40 mins North of Melbourne's CBD.
Opened in July 2015, Club Mandalay is the vibrant heart of the community within the Mandalay Estate. Our state of the art Clubhouse boasts a café, restaurant, function rooms and al fresco deck. Residents and members enjoy takeaway meals and
access to our innovative hub, The Urban Grocer.
Our Peter Thomson designed championship golf course ranked 45 in Australia, boasts spectacular vistas and superb playing surfaces all year round – the benchmark for golf in Melbourne's North.
The incumbent will truly enjoy a premium venue, to proudly call their own.
As our Accountant, you will be reporting directly to the Managing Director (Avid Sports) being charged with delivering timely, accurate financial information to various stakeholders. The role is within a small team and will therefore be
an all-encompassing position with transactional entries, report preparation and considered financial and operational analysis. The role will suit an accountant looking to take total control and responsibility for the overall financial
functions of the organisation.
Some of the role's core expectations include;
· Weekly and monthly payroll
· Weekly performance reporting and analysis
· Co-ordination of staff to ensure sales data, banking, invoicing and payments are entered
· Month End reporting, reconciling and analysis.
· Statutory payments and reporting
· Contribute as an active member of the Executive Team
· Other financial and operational requirements
We offer an exceptional working environment, paying a competitive salary that is commensurate to your experience.
If you feel you fit the above requirements, then please send your expression of interest with cover letter and resume to *****@avidsports.com.au+ click to reveal by no later than close of business Friday the 4th May
A successful, specialist filtration & compressed air firm is now looking for an Account Manager to develop long-term, professional relationships within their existing client network in addition to further developing their customer base in
Victoria / Australia. They are a focused, ethical and friendly team who have been operating for a number of years and have established an excellent reputation for themselves in the industry as a supplier of premium, quality products.
You will use your technical and commercial knowledge to ensure customers’ needs and requests are met, and inquiries are handled in a timely manner and aspire to deliver a positive customer experience. You will have excellent communication and
negotiation skills and be customer service oriented.
Your technical knowledge and understanding of compressed air / vacuum systems will assist in the identification of new market opportunities. Your solution based sales process skills will enable you to present best option proposals to meet and
achieve desired outcomes.
Ultimately, you should be able to grow their business by building successful, long-term client relationships, utilizing your technical and sales skill set.
Develop and manage a portfolio of accounts to achieve long-term success
Identify & develop target accounts in line with company strategy
Develop positive, professional, relationships with existing and potential customers
Investigate & generate new sales opportunities utilizing both existing and potential customer networks
Work with the Territory Manager to seek new opportunities in new markets sectors
Actively promote scheduled marketing campaigns
Actively progress and implement company strategies to achieve targeted results
Complete professional reporting on a regular basis in accordance with company requirements
Ongoing monitoring and follow up of pipeline, quotation and revenue forecasts.
Ability to plan and travel, mainly throughout Australia & New Zealand, for business purposes
Resolve conflicts and provide solutions to customers in a timely manner
Manage projects within client relationships, working to carry out client goals while meeting company goals
Your background / skills will include:
Proven work experience as a Account Manager
Hands on experience in solution based sales and an ability to deliver excellent client experience
Knowledge of CRM software and MS Office (MS Excel in particular)
Excellent communication and negotiation skills
An ability to deliver projects and answer inquiries on time
Business acumen with a problem-solving attitude
Experience in the Compressed Air or associated industries
As you will be covering Australia and New Zealand you will be expected to travel fairly regularly in this role. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity if you have had exposure/experience in the filtration / compressed air industry. To express
your interest in this fantastic opportunity, please click the "Apply Now" button or call Mark for more information on *****08+ click to reveal.
Is it time for a NEW CAREER? Are you looking for an alternative to university? A traineeship in International Logistics may be the option for you!
About you: You are a recent year 12 graduate who:
• Wants an alternative to university
• Wants to kick-start your career in a growing and exciting industry
• Likes the idea of getting paid while you learn
• And is ready to start a full time job while gaining a nationally recognised qualification
About the traineeship:
• Work full time in a company that specialises in International Freight Forwarding
• Get paid while also getting a nationally recognised qualification (Cert III or IV or Diploma options)
• Be involved in various aspects of Aviation, Shipping, Import/Export, Customer Service
• Office-based entry level roles within global companiesWhat's in it for you?
• Get paid on a traineeship wage while you learn
• On-the-job mentoring and training by industry experts
• A challenging and rewarding job
• Start your career with massive future growth potential
Recent year 12 high school leavers girls & guys (VCE/VCAL from 2016/2017)
Sound Keyboard/IT skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
A driver Licence is an advantage but not essential
Positions predominantly available in Tullamarine, Keilor Park and Melbourne Airport.
This is an opportunity you don't want to miss out on. For more information call us today or apply below!
High profile agency based in the inner Northern suburbs
Rapidly expanding office, long term career prospects
Hugely successful, driven yet fun team
Are you a Property Manager looking for the next step? Or are you a Junior Property Manager ready to take on your own portfolio? This really is an amazing opportunity for a candidate to join this high profile boutique agency. Working as part of
a hugely successful, driven yet fun, outgoing and social team you will be required to perform a role encompassing all aspects of Property Management. The role: Looking after a well maintained portfolio of approximately
160 properties, each day will see you carrying out the following duties:
Portfolio based system knowledge
All ingoings, outgoings, periodic
Repairs and maintenance
Arrears, renewals and reviews
Tribunal with assistance from Senior if need be
Monday to Friday with very occasional Saturday’s if extra help is needed
You will be directly reporting to the Department Hedad as well as having a full time accounts person. The successful candidate will have the following attributes:
A proficient Property Manager with a minimum 1-2 years’ experience
Agents Representative Certificate
Drivers licence & own vehicle
Outstanding written & verbal communication
If you are looking to join an office with “hands on” Directors that really looks after their team with plenty of ongoing training and support and you want to join one of the fastest growing, high profile offices in the Northern suburbs then look
no more…….APPLY TODAY….roles like this don’t last long!!!!!! Please contact Daniel Italia Phone *****12+ click to reveal or email: *****@command.com.au+ click to reveal
Maintenance plumbing position with attractive benefits, working across large commercial sites in Melbourne! Your new company Your new company is a rapidly growing plumbing company based in Melbourne, who due to
ongoing business expansion, require maintenance plumbers to join their team. They have secured an exciting contract with major Shopping Centres across Melbourne Suburbs, no two days are the same. Your new role You will be dealing with maintenance plumbing across the board from private hospitals, schools, strata and large commercial buildings. Your duties will include preventative and reactive maintenance plumbing such as fault finding, burst pipes,
toilets, taps, blockages, and hot water systems. What you'll need to succeed To succeed in this role you will be a trade qualified plumber and you are registered with the VBA with previous experience in maintenance
plumbing, a valid driving license and a high standard of communication and presentation. What you'll get in return In return you will be offered an above award rate, super, travel and the opportunity to secure
ongoing work. This company has a great culture with a friendly team environment. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or contact
Kate Gravina on *****91+ click to reveal, *****41+ click to reveal or *****@hays.com.au+ click to reveal to discuss your recruitment needs.
We are a leading supplier of training services and safety products. Our excellent range of training programs are backed up with technical support and a network of knowledgeable product specialists working together to keep workplaces safe.
We are now looking to expand our team of enthusiastic, quality trainers in the Eastern States and further afield. We are looking for training professionals with passion and excellent presentation skills to deliver training and assessment to a range of client groups in regional areas with a particular focus on the renewable energy sector.
Should your application be successful your responsibilities will include ensuring the delivery of quality training and assessment in accordance with AQF and GWO Standards and meeting the needs of students through your passion for making training interesting.
Training areas include: Fire Extinguisher & Warden First Aid, CPR, LVR Working at Height Confined Spaces & BA Rescue – Vertical, Confined Space, Tower GWO Modules; MH, FAW, FA, WAH
The successful applicant must be prepared to travel and be able to demonstrate: Qualifications in training areas as listed above At least 3yrs experience in Training & Assessing Experience delivering training in the areas listed above Current Certificate in Training and Assessment (TAE40110 or TAE40116) Current First Aid Certificate and Drivers Licence OHS Construction Induction Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance (Certificates of Currency must be provided) Ability to maintain accurate and timely records Flexibility to travel and work on a contractor basis
Personal attributes include a demonstrated ability to deliver excellent customer service and overcome obstacles to ‘make things happen’, sound communication skills including well developed written and oral skills and the ability to coordinate on the fly to get the best outcome for your clients.
We pride ourselves on our continual improvement to training programmes designed to enhance the industry knowledge of our team to service some of Australia’s key growth industries, we maintain a positive and flexible working environment in which you can excel.
Please send your CV, evidence of qualifications and cover letter to *****@wrighttraining.com.au+ click to reveal
Hello and welcome to my workplace at Southern Cross Care, Keon Park.
I really enjoy working here, as I am able to be part of a growing organisation that is shaping the future of aged care services. I am delighted to be part of such an amazing team here at SCCV. My workplace is my home away from home. My colleagues
believe and understand the importance of their role in supporting older Victorians to live meaningful and fulfilling lives.
I take great pride in my role as a Domestic Services Assistant, I enjoy making sure the home is clean and fresh just the way I like my own home to be. I always pay special attention to health and hygiene practices and understand the usage
of safe chemical handling and know that I have done the best job I can to ensure everyone is able to live and work in a safe and healthy environment.
Even though I have an important role to play at SCC Keon Park, the most enjoyable part is chatting and laughing with the people who live here.
We are looking for another Domestic Services Assistant to join our team on a casual basis to help support people who live here. To join us you will require previous experience in aged care or hospital care cleaning. It's important that we all
have good communication skills and clear reading and writing skills, but most of all we're easy to get along with and help brighten the day for everyone that lives at the home.
If you think you are the type of co-worker we are after, click ‘apply now' because we'd love to welcome you into our home.
Otherwise please send your queries Stella at email: *****@sccv.org.au+ click to reveal
We are delighted that you are taking an interest in working at our home in Keon Park. SCCV can offer you a position to work with a great team of people and be supported in a caring, friendly environment.
We are extremely proud to be part of such an organisation with an aspiration to provide older people with meaningful lives. SCCV is at the forefront of shaping the future of aged care and demonstrates support, compassion and consideration in the
way we work with our residents, carers, families and each other.
Our residents' enjoy a great range of lifestyle activities and love coming together at meal times. Our Food Service Assistants serve nutritious meals, morning and afternoon tea and chat to our residents about their day. So, it is crucial that
you get along well with people, smile and brighten the day for others.
SCCV Food Service Assistants must hold a certificate in Food Handling and have prior experience within food services.
If you believe you can provide older people with the support needed to continue to live a fulfilling and meaningful life, please apply now.
Enquiries: Recruitment Advisor Ph: *****42+ click to reveal Applications Close: 16/05/2018
Not For Profit Sector
Part-time position to mid 2019
$$ commensurate with qualifications/experience
Generous salary packaging
Let's talk about us
Nexus Primary Health supports people to fully participate within their community through the provision of appropriate wide-ranging support services throughout their life span. With a 40 year history, we are the "go to" organisation for primary
health information and person-centred services in the outer and rural north of Melbourne.
We are currently recruiting for a Regional Assessment Service (RAS) Officer.
Let's talk about the role
The Regional Assessment Service Officer has an integral role in assessing the needs of community members for eligibility under the Community Home Support Program and Home & Community Care Program for Younger People. No two days will be the
Here is an opportunity to channel your positive approach and strength to members of the community who require appropriate support plans that focus on their strengths and allow them to continue living at home with appropriate assistance. Each day
you spend with us will demonstrate your commitment to the Wellness and Reablement Model in assessments.
And best of all, you'll be making a difference, every single day, to clients who need a helping hand.
Let's talk about you
You have a general knowledge and understanding of assessment and care planning, using person-centred care models. You are used to working in a fast paced and changing environment and get satisfaction in supporting vulnerable clients to formulate
and achieve their goals. You'll draw upon your tertiary qualifications and experience in either allied health, social work, disability or community services to give our clients the high quality of care they deserve.
The benefits on offer
We provide a supportive, friendly workplace with staff who are committed and passionate about the Nexus Values. We offer professional development opportunities, generous salary packaging, a friendly team environment and competitive salaries.
How to apply
We want to get to know you better, so please include in your application a covering letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria contained within the Position Description.
Enquiries can be made to Tanya Christie on *****52.+ click to reveal
To apply for this job go to: www.nexusprimaryhealth.org.au/careers & enter ref code: 4117256.
Nexus is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people. All successful applicants will undergo rigorous compliance screening prior to their appointment.
Applications close 02 May 2018
About the Organisation Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation of 6,100 employees working in more than 440 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families,
people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to
ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply.
About the role You will actively
support the Program Manager/ Coordinator in the referral process of clients, the review of client’s services, program related administrational tasks and the management of the client data base. This is an exciting role for someone to come in
to a long standing organisation and help create new efficiencies and processes which will help shape the future of the programs. This role would suit someone with a flexible ‘can do’ approach and a passion to help drive the business forward.
Assist in the delivery of programs that facilitate service user’s development of social networks and inclusion in
Ensure quality services by ensuring that support workers are allocated to shifts
Monitor the changing needs of service users and provide information and contribute to the adaptation of LWB services as required to meet these needs.
Review all direct support documentation as required on each shift to fulfil the functions of the role and provide support to other team members as required.
Build a positive team environment and provide role modelling and on the job support.
Attend internal and external stakeholder meetings as appropriate or requested by the Coordinator or Manager.
Attend, participate and contribute to team meetings and supervision.
Support and promote the work of Life Without Barriers, maintaining a positive image of the organisation in accordance with level of position.
Skills & Experience
Tertiary qualifications in the health or welfare field and/or relevant experience.
Demonstrated ability to establish rapport and collaborate effectively with service users, their families and/or groups from a strength-based culturally appropriate perspective to achieve positive outcomes.
Demonstrated ability to develop positive relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.
Ability to use initiative and to work both individually in supporting service users and as part of a team.
Established problem solving and conflict management skills.
Current First Aid certificate.
Current Driver Licence.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
Opportunity to work for one of Australia's largest Social Purpose organisations
Salary packaging and RDO’s as part of package
Supportive team environment with exciting career opportunities
How to Apply Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact *****@lwb.org.au+ click to reveal
Operating across Melbourne this medium density builder are never short of work. Double and Triple story residential townhouses are their main area of expertise and they have built up a strong reputation for delivering quality results over the past
decade. Employees are given the opportunity for long-term careers where opportunities present themselves and this is a reason why staff turnover is low. Due to an internal promotion, they are now seeking a gun Senior Estimator/ 2IC
to be a key leader in medium density estimations. Reporting to the Estimating Manager you will be involved in the standard estimating function including full take-offs, quotes for projects, sales costings and BOQ's, but most importantly
you will be the key leader for ensuring the accurate estimates for development projects that could range from 4 townhouses to 50 townhouse development sites. To be considered it is essential that you consider yourself a gun Estimator
within the housing/ development space. You will love being busy and leading a team where you are the go-to person for other team members. In addition, you need to demonstrate:
Qualifications & a strong understanding of residential construction techniques
Ability to read plans
Excellent communication skills
Ability to handle working in a fast paced environment
Salary & Opportunity: On offer is a rewarding starting package negotiated on experience.
This is a unique opportunity to work with some of the industries best construction professionals in a committed
and driven team. To Apply: To register your interest please apply via the online function with an up to date resume or for further information please contact: Matt Johns JV Recruitment p: 03 9377
5800 w: www.jvrecruitment.com.au e: *****@jvrecruitment.com.au+ click to reveal We work with premier construction companies that trust JV and who value those with the right attitude above anything else. Contact me any time for a 100%
confidential chat about this role, your career, your organisation, or Melbourne's construction industry. *All applications will be confidential *Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
About the business and the role
We are looking for a new Full Time Receptionist to join our team at School Dental. We are a Mobile Based Dental Practice. The environment is a close knitted team unit, with great and friendly staff members. Experiance in Dental Receptioning
is a MUST along with experiance with Dental4Windows Interviews will be conducted soon, so please forward all CV's to *****@schooldental.com.au+ click to reveal
Job tasks and responsibilities
Duties and responsibilities will include:
Phone Management Client Management General Housekeeping Computer and Data entry duties Processing of Payments
Skills and experience
Applicants must possess the following skills:
Excellent Communication Skills Time Management Skills Be a Team Player Ability to follow requests Knowledge of the needs of a Dental Practice Outstanding Planning and Organisation Skills Applicants must have a valid WWC
and Police Check Experience with Dental4Windows is highly favoured.
An exciting opportunity exists to be part of our Long Day Care Centre team in Reservoir. You could be part of a dynamic & professional team working in a supportive and stimulating environment with great resources.
Currently we require:
Diploma Qualified Assistant (Dip of Children Services or equiv) New Graduates welcome;
Certificate III Qualified Assistants, New Graduates also welcome.
To be successfully considered for these positions, you must be reliable, motivated, have a genuine interest in children, excellent communication skills, be flexible in your work environment and ability to work in a team.
You will be working with a positive, caring, dedicated and supportive team in a centre where we value our staff highly and encourage team work and communication.
The right applicant will be a self motivated and enthusiastic person, who enjoys the freedom to develop their ideas and implement a fun, educational and engaging program.
Casual positions are available with competitive rates, with the potential of permanent part time position in the future. Staff will be highly valued and rewarded accordingly.
You will also be required to have a current First Aid Cert, anaphylaxis certificate and Working with Children Check..
Please email applications to *****@starfishelc.com.au+ click to reveal.
Client is looking for experienced and graduate Engineers to work within their traffic and transport team. Your new company Well established government organisation is looking for a graduate Traffic Engineer to commence
immediately and work for a large government organisation. Your new role Reporting to the Manager you will be responsible for traffic management plans, prepare and manage contracts and quotations, assisting with
investigation issues, review functional and traffic signal layouts and manage risk. What you'll need to succeed To be successful you hold a Civil Engineering degree and possess some undergraduate experience in
a relevant area. Additionally, you will require:
Strong written and verbal communication skills with all internal and external stakeholders
Previous experience within local or state government
Experience in design of intersections, roundabouts or traffic signage.
What you'll get in return This is an exceptional opportunity to work with a reputable government organisation that is passionate about delivering first-class infrastructure to its community.
Generous remuneration and benefits, including a great work-life balance
Highly reputable department with stable work
Excellent support and clear career path provided for graduates that have some exposure to traffic and transport.
What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or send directly to *****@hays.com.au+ click to reveal. If this job isn't quite right for you but you
are looking for a new position, please contact Naziah on *****08+ click to reveal for a confidential discussion on your career.
Long term temporary job for a Boilermaker in Melbourne's North Your new company Your new company based in Melbourne’s North are a sheet metal fabrication company. Your new role Your
new role will see you working as a Fabricator/Welder adhering to MIG/TIG welding of mild and stainless steel. What you'll need to succeed
Fabrication including mild and stainless steel
Sheet metalwork experience is advantageous
Jointing, methods including dry welded joints
Operation of machinery
Able to read and interpret drawings
What you'll get in return
Temp to perm for the right candidate
Great working hours
Opportunity for ample overtime
Growing Manufacturing Business
Mechanical, Automotive and Electrical Fit outs
Product and Systems assembly
Your New Employer is an innovative engineering corporation – internationally spread but locally focussed. Year on year growth has been very good with a solid market share. The manufacturing business is running near capacity
and a competent and energetic Production Supervisor is keenly sought to capitalise on the strong demand in the manufacture of portable buildings, switch rooms and communications enclosures.
In your new role, you will join an established team that prides itself on delivery of quality product on time. You will supervise skilled mechanical and electrical tradespeople to meet the scheduled programs in the mechanical
fit out of custom made enclosures and buildings, as well as mobile communications trailers and skids. You will lead processes in safety to ensure zero incidents, complying with all standards and regulations. You will foster an environment
of excellence, continually motivating staff to improve work methods and create efficiencies, and you will be comfortable in setting KPIs and mentoring team members.
You will bea pro-active Mechanical Production Supervisor with a superior attention to detail and a thorough understanding of meeting design specifications. You will have a high capacity to implement improvements in processes
to increase productivity and output. Your analytical skills will include reviewing production data and processes to implement improvements and to apply your experience in continuous improvement programs such as Lean and Six Sigma. You experience
will include production supervision and team management, and you will have qualifications at TAFE or higher in electrical engineering, mechanical or industrial engineering or similar. Your industrial experience should include product assembly
from industries such as automotive, recreation vehicles, building & construction or manufacturing.
This is an opportunityto join a well-established and successful business and grow your manufacturing and leadership career. An excellent salary package is on offer that includes overtime.
Interviews will be conducted in Melbourne around 2-4 May.
Please call Phil Holey on *****14+ click to reveal and *****07+ click to reveal and email your CV in Word. Please also forward a covering letter indicating your matching skills with the requirements for the role. Email both as Word docs to *****@interlogic.com.au+ click to reveal
An independent pub/gaming group are looking for an experienced Assistant / Duty Manager to join the team at their Northern suburbs venue. They are looking for someone who is a driven career professional and is looking for their
next exciting role.
You should have previous experience in a similar role and be confident managing a number of gaming machines and a large team of staff.
The ideal candidates should bring confidence and commitment, demonstrating the following:
Good communication skills towards both customers and staff members
Current Gaming Licence, TAB and relevant certificates
Extensive knowledge of System 1
Stock management skills utilising H & L an advantage
Hands-on management approach
Food and beverage knowledge
A genuine enjoyment of working in the Pub industry
This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a reputable pub/gaming group who are offering a generous salary and excellent working conditions for the right applicant. In addition, there is huge opportunity to be promoted within the group.
This is a great career opportunity so,
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Melbourne Hospitality on *****24+ click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 145008 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
Operating since 1977 Normark Landscapes is a second-generation family landscaping business based in Tullamarine. We have an impressive portfolio and provide premium services from landscape design and construction to garden maintenance throughout
We are seeking an experienced Horticulturist / Gardener to join our Maintenance Team, in either a Supervisor or Gardener Maintenance role. To be successful in this role you must have a passion for gardening, be honest and reliable
and possess a pleasant demeanour. You will need to be able to work as part of a team and autonomously.
Essential Skills & Experience Required:
Certificate III qualified in Horticulture Parks and Gardens or minimum 5 years' experience within the industry
Project knowledge and experience in all aspects of commercial gardening
Sound knowledge of plant species, along with experience in pest & disease identification and pruning techniques
Experience in ride on mowers, brush cutters, whipper snippers and blowers
Valid manual drivers licence
Current OH&S Construction Induction (white card)
Excellent communication skills
National Police Check
An understanding of OH&S responsibilities is essential
It would also be an advantage if you had:
Medium Rigid Licence
Working with Children Check
This position is full time. Hours 6.30am – 3pm
In Return you will get:
Salary above award and negotiable for the right candidate
Potential training opportunities
Overtime work available
If you are looking for a great opportunity to join a well established company send your resume to *****@normark.com.au+ click to reveal