About the business and the role
Radiographers with experience in general X-Ray and CT are invited to join the team at BLMI. We provide a challenging, stimulating and supportive environment and place a large emphasis on quality patient care.
Minimum skills and experience:
Experience in General, OPG and CT essential. Demonstrated ability to perform high quality medical imaging diagnostic examinations Able to work autonomously Good organisational skills and demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks Intermediate knowledge of PACS/RIS systems
Familiar with GE CT scanners Experience with Cardiac CT Angiography
Successful applicants must have:
A recognised graduate qualification in diagnostic medical imaging. Current EPA registration Current AHPRA Registration. Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with patients, staff and other medical and non-medical personnel verbally and in writing Dedication to ongoing clinical excellence and exemplary patient care Ability to work well in a team environment Be highly motivated and have an enthusiastic attitude
If you are looking for a friendly and professional work environment where your contribution is valued, Apply Now!
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About the Company
Get involved with the NBN! Our ASX listed client provides design, construction, installation and maintenance services across essential infrastructure networks within the Telecommunication and Utility sectors, overseeing thousands of workers around Australia. Their growing revenue has been matched by an impressive EBITA expansion, through escalating operations and efficiencies realised.
The company has seen the achievement of ambitious goals set in terms of people development, delivery, profit, engagement, diversification and expansion. They have their eyes firmly on a number of rollouts over the next few years, including the exciting and relevant 5G wireless infrastructure in FY19.
About the Role
Classroom based trainer (who has come from the field) to upskill field communication technicians - copper, fiber or HFC.
About You
We are looking for someone who’s worked as a field telecommunications technician for at least 5 years , has Training & Assessment qualifications, and has some experience in Telco technical training.
Your experience may be in copper, fibre and/or HFC.
The Benefits
It's not going to be the most highest paying nbn job, though it is a permanent position and comes with a car and a fixed 38 hour week.
To apply, click the link and upload your current resume in word format. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please contact Jeremy Symes on *****16, + click to reveal quoting ref no. JO-*****96. + click to reveal Want to know more about Davidson? Visit us at
WMA are currently looking for experienced Concrete Patchers to join our clients team based in the Wetherill Park area. Work for a highly reputable Precast Concrete Manufacturer with potential to grow within your role for hardworking, reliable people.
These jobs are based inside a precast concrete manufacturing facility and the hours of work are 1pm to 9.30pm, occasional OT & Saturday work also available.


Fulltime jobs (can lead to permanent position) Work for a stable company Plenty of overtime Work inside away from the hot sun No days off due to rain Start early finish early Career development opportunities Work within a great team environment Opportunity to go up in pay (once you have proven yourself) An immediate start Pay rates: * AFTERNOON SHIFT: $36.80@NT, $46.59@T&H, $61.12@DT


At least 3 years concrete patching experience Have your own car / license for work (NOT ACCESSIBLE VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORT) Have your own Tool Belt Must have permanent residency / Working holiday Visa (NO STUDENT VISAS)


If you meet the above requirements send your resume to our below consultant emails and text your details to our Consultants:

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1. Full Name
2. Area you live
3. Experience you have eg: Concreteing - 3 years
4. If you have a vehicle and licence to:

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Australia's leading overhead crane and hoist manufacturing company
Sydney Region Based
Dynamic, innovative fast growing company
Challenging & Rewarding role
Eilbeck Cranes is a 100% Australian owned company operating in Australia for over 110 years specialising the design, manufacture and installation of all types of overhead cranes, hoists and winches.
Eilbeck Cranes is currently seeking an Apprentice Boilermaker for our Ingleburn workshop.
We are principally engaged in the design and manufacture of cranes with state of the art
manufacturing facilities throughout Australia.
This is a fantastic opportunity to start your career in a supportive and progressive company.
The person we are looking for to fill this position needs to be aged between 16-19 years old and meets the following criteria:
• Genuine interest in Engineering & Fabrication trades
• Strong Mathematical Skills
• Mechanically Minded
• Previous exposure to welding and completion of a relevant Pre-Apprenticeship
Course will be looked upon favourably.
To apply, please forward your resume, pre-apprenticeship certificate and references to:
Chad Turner 
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About the business and the role
Due to continuous growth in our multi franchised dealership an exciting opportunity has become available for a candidate to join our service team.
Macarthur BMW is an authorised BMW dealer located in the Macarthur region.  It is part of a dealer group that has been established in the Macarthur region for more than 30 years. We are the most innovative automotive brand in the world with a dealer network that shares the same outlook and values and strives to be number one. We achieve this through the people we employ. 
At Macarthur BMW our main focus is customer service.  You will join a highly professional team with a strong background.
Job tasks and responsibilities
The main responsabilities of a BMW service advisor and warranty clerk is to carry out a variety of tasks in line with manufacturing spesifications including but not limited to:
Data capture all warranty claims Capture claims into the warranty register Check claims status for any denied or error claims Ensure parts are tagged in the warranty room Close off warranty claims Sent tagged parts back to the manufacturer Assisting internal departments with any advise on claims and warranty Will act as main contact between customer and the dealership for repair and maintenance on vehicles when assisting with service advising duties Attend BMW technical training as required
Skills and experience
The ideal candidate will consist of the following skills:
Attention to detail Good communications skills Ability to prioritise work tasks and meet deadlines Positive attitude and strong work ethic Honest and reliable with a can do attitude Impeccable presentation Valid NSW drivers licence
Experience in this field will be highly regarded.
Applications can be sent to ***** + click to reveal

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Are you a qualified and experienced air-conditioningtradesman?
Do you want to earn over $70K per year and have yourown company car and phone paid for?
If so, then you are the person for us!
We are a small air-conditioning business in WesternSydney looking to expand and hire motivated staff.
Come & join our team growing installation team!
To be suited for this job, you must have past industryexperience, qualifications, and your driver’s license.
If you are interested, please contact Tenicka Cloke on*****90 + click to reveal to arrange a formal interview.
PLEASE NOTE: emailed resumes will NOT be accepted.
The Company
Our client is a growing Australian business that is privately run. They are a major player in the construction services industry. Being hand in hand with Sydney's booming construction and residential sector they are growing rapidly. This has led to the creation of new roles, new office space and a strong collaborative team culture. Everyone pitches in where required and have a real passion for working for the company. They offer a sociable and professional working environment.
The Role
Your role as an AR / Credit Officer will see you supporting and interacting with a small finance team. Your day to day responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
Build client relationships and resolve customer queries in a timely manner Collection of Accounts Receivables Focus on 60+ aged clients Respond to customer enquiries regarding invoices and payments via telephone and email Receipting payments Cash allocation in the debtor's ledger Process credit notes & cancellations as per company policies and guidelines Investigate/process all customer refund requests
Your Background
We are looking for a bright and enthusiastic AR / Credit Officer. A recent background in AR and credit control is required - it could be a couple of years' experience or perhaps you are a seasoned professional.
If you are keen to find out more about this position, please contact Tom Hemmings at Richard Lloyd on *****48, + click to reveal quoting reference 3976 or click on 'apply now' below.
Please submit your CV in Word format and note that due to the high volume of responses we receive only suitable candidates will be contacted.
Are you finding it harder to work for a boss? Have you always wanted a better work/life balance? Then build your own business. Start part time or full time.

Simple system to follow
Unlimited income potential
No experience is required
No Stock, No Staff, Not MLM, No Hard Selling
Full Training & Support Provided
No Need To Do Any Cold Calling or Recruiting Friends & Family

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Club Liverpool, located in the heart of the Liverpool CBD is currently seeking to employ Experienced Casual Bar & Gaming Staff.
To be considered for this position you must have the following:
Experience working in a Bar &/or Gaming Environment Flexible availability to work a range of shifts across 7 days, including Nights, Weekends and Public Holidays Availability to work until 3am across 7 days Experience with till operations, Confident in counting, handling and being responsible for sums of money. Be able to work effectively with others in a team environment High standards of personal grooming and presentation Have the ability to deliver Exceptional Customer Service because you are a natural people person Exceptional Communication skills Be reliable and honest Ability to work on your feet & stand for long periods of time Ability to do light lifting as the job requires Current RSA / RCG competency
If you have a passion for service and working in Hospitality then we would love to meet with you.
*Please note:
*Only short listed candidates will be notified.
*A current Police Check will be required to be completed by successful applicants.
Club Liverpool
185 George Street, Liverpool NSW 2170
Ph *****55 + click to reveal
The Client:
Our client is a large international corporation based in the South West of Sydney. Having traded for over 30 years they have definitely made their mark in the Australian market.
With a supportive and friendly environment, they pride themselves on employee engagement and internal career progression. Due to diversification, they are seeking a Collections Officer to join their dynamic team.
The Role:
Reporting to the Collections Manager your responsibilities will include:
High volume of inbound and outbound calls Dispute handling and conflict resolution Negotiating payment arrangements Skip tracing Collecting on early to late cycle dpd as well as legal accounts Adhering to all legislative requirements surrounding compliance Working towards your Kpi’s and targets Representation of the client in a professional manner Administrative tasks such as email, data entry etc
The Successful Applicant:
To be considered for this role you must possess the following:
A minimum of 2 years’ experience working in a similar role Excellent attention to detail Demonstrated knowledge of the trades practices act, ASIC and ACCC guidelines Have experience with Microsoft word & excel Great communication skills - both verbally and written Experience in skip tracing Demonstrated end to end knowledge on the legal process Must have own vehicle
On Offer:
Fantastic Work Culture
Immediate Start
Career Progression
To apply online, please click on the link below. Alternatively, to discuss this opportunity further please contact Dylan Sheoshker on *****14. + click to reveal
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Please submit your resume in Word format only.
 As a Childcare Trainee at Little Peoples Early Learning Centre you will have the opportunity to complete a Certificate lll in Childcare over a 1  year period whilst working full time in a professional centre alongside experienced childcare educators, gaining on the job practical skills.
The successful applicant must be wanting to pursue a career in childcare, be enthusiastic and motivated, reliable, well presented, have a caring nature and be a team player. If this sounds like you please email your resume and cover letter to:
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Here at ‘The City of Canterbury Bankstown’, we are a leader in local government and we take pride in our culture of continuous improvement and business excellence. We are committed to providing development opportunities for our people, to ensure that we continue to provide the best possible service to our community as well as a flexible and inclusive working environment that appeals to enthusiastic and talented professionals. An opportunity currently exists for a motivated and results-driven individual to join the City Plan unit as a Storm water Levy and Section 94 Project Officer . This opportunity will be offered as a 5 year Full Time Temporary contract
The Role Working as a key member of the Integrated Planning Team, this role has a chance to make a difference on the ground for our current and future community by coordinating forward works planning across Council, including the development of the Stormwater Levy and Section 94 and 94A forward works plans and the broader capital works program for the largest populated Council in NSW. This is a job that will leave a legacy.
This position will also contribute to the development of key City strategy, through Integrated Planning and Reporting documents and projects, and formulating and monitoring key budgets, activities, services, strategies and plans relevant to Council and our community.
Your duties in this role will include: • Co-ordinate, organise and allocate resources for the development of forward works programs including managing Council’s Stormwater Levy and s94/s94A funding
• Liaise with key staff to develop and implement long-term works plans and the Integrated Planning framework
• Prioritise works across Council under the relevant programs
• Develop methods for capturing, monitoring and measuring program outcomes
• Collate, analyse and present information on outcomes and expenditure
• Provide advice and recommendations for senior management and Councillors on strategic issues
• Prepare and deliver engagement programs, reports and presentations to internal and external stakeholders as required
• Other related tasks as directed by the Team Leader Integrated Planning and the Manager City Plan.
You will have: • Tertiary qualifications in Economics, Urban Planning, Social Policy, Environmental Planning, or related discipline and / or relevant experience
• An ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Experience in developing strategic plans or policies
• A high level of written and verbal communication
• An ability to make decisions and use judgement/problem-solving skills
• Excellent Multi - tasking and time management skills
• A high level of computer literacy
• Experience in Analysing and presenting information
• A current Class C Drivers licence
How to apply: Applications must be submitted online by clicking the 'Apply' button below and creating a login using your email address. When submitting your application, make sure to address the Essential Criteria mentioned in the below Position Description in your covering letter.
People with a disability are encouraged to apply.
Applications close on Friday 26 January 2018
For more information, please contact Rebecca Bell (Team leader Integrated Planning) on *****90 + click to reveal
Green Valley Islamic College is a K-12 co-educational school in Western Sydney. The College is dedicated to providing an outstanding education for all students ensuring their development as well-rounded individuals, prepared to meet the demands of adulthood in Australia. 
Applicants must have secondary teaching qualifications and preferably have some experience with children in sports coaching as well as elite sports representation. Experience in teaching Personal Development Health and Physical Education(PDHPE) will be an advantage.
Successful applicant must also have:
Ability to deliver appropriate sporting programs aligned to set curriculum Capable of initiating and maintaining student engagement in sporting activities Evidence of working within teams in school settings Ability to build strong rapport with students of all ages Experience in designing rubrics using PDHPE syllabus Capable of monitoring student progress with outcome based checklist Excellent verbal communication skills and good command of English Language
Salary and conditions will be according to current Award and Agreement.
Resume including names, positions and phone contacts of three referees must be sent to:
The Principal
PO Box 1305
Green Valley NSW 2168
Or Email to: ***** + click to reveal
Applications close at 4pm on Friday 26 January 2018. 
The preferred applicants will be required to obtain a background check (as per the NSW Commission for Children and Young People Working with Children Employer Guidelines).
Green Valley Islamic College is an equal opportunity employer. Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Green Valley Islamic College is a K-12 co-educational school in Western Sydney. The College is dedicated to providing an outstanding education for all students ensuring their development as well-rounded individuals, prepared to meet the demands of adulthood in Australia. 
An enthusiastic, innovative and dedicated English/ESL Teacher is required at Green Valley Islamic College whose qualifications must match New South Wales Standards. They should also have a sound understanding of the National Curriculum and be able to implement key literacy strategies in the classroom to uplift the standard of English in the school.
They must be a qualified, experienced, passionate and innovative English/ESL Teacher, able to teach Years 7-10, Preliminary and HSC NSW syllabus. This is a full time position and applicants must have NSW DET/NSW Institute of Teachers registration.
Resume including names, positions and phone contacts of three referees must be sent to:
The Principal
PO Box 1305
Green Valley NSW 2168
Or Email to: ***** + click to reveal
Applications close at 4pm on Friday 26 January 2018. 
The preferred applicants will be required to obtain a background check (as per the NSW Commission for Children and Young People Working with Children Employer Guidelines).
Green Valley Islamic College is an equal opportunity employer. Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Green Valley Islamic College is a K-12 co-educational school in Western Sydney. The College is dedicated to providing an outstanding modern education for all students ensuring their development as well-rounded individuals, prepared to meet the demands of adulthood in Australia. 
Enthusiastic, innovative and dedicated English/HSIE Teacher is required at Green Valley Islamic College whose qualifications must match New South Wales Standards. They should also have a sound understanding of the National Curriculum and be able to implement key literacy strategies in the classroom to uplift the standard of English in the school.
We are seeking fully qualified, experienced, passionate and innovative English/HSIE Teacher, able to teach Years 7 - 10, Preliminary and HSC NSW syllabus. This is a full time position and applicants must have NSW DET/NSW Institute of Teachers registration.
Resume including names, positions and phone contacts of three referees must be sent to:
The Principal
PO Box 1305
Green Valley NSW 2168
Or Email to: ***** + click to reveal
Applications close at 4pm on Friday, 26 January 2018. 
The preferred applicants will be the subject of background checks (as per the NSW Commission for Children and Young People Working with Children Employer Guidelines).
Green Valley Islamic College is an equal opportunity employer. Please note that only successful applicants will be notified.
About The Role
BaptistCare is seeking part time Care Service Employees in the Liverpool, Fairfield, Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly areas to join our Home Services team. The role includes tasks and activities that support our client's independence to remain living in their own home, such as personal care, transport, shopping, domestic duties and providing respite for carers and more.
Why Over 4000 People Work For Us
Our employees live our purpose and values Excellent benefits and salary packaging options Planned career development Flexible working arrangements Genuine commitment to work/life balance
What We Are Looking For
The successful applicant will possess the following:-
Certificate III Individual Support/Aged Care/HACC/Disability (or willingness to complete) True empathy for the elderly and younger people with a disability and their carers Flexibility to work Monday to Friday between 7am and 10 pm and availability for weekend work Current First Aid certificate, or willingness to complete Current NSW drivers licence and a reliable CTP insured motor vehicle is essential.
How To Apply
To find out more about this position and the benefits of a career with BaptistCare visit or contact Theresa Weaver on *****64 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
Applications Close
15 February 2018. Join us today!
Successful applicants are subject to a Police Background Check.
Hays are working with a leading Australian manufacturer of packaging materials including cardboard and paper products. This iconic household name are present right across ANZ and due to production increases there is a requirement for a Maintenance Electrician to join the company on Night Shift.
Your new job
You will organise and maintain the day-to-day running of the sites electrically driven production equipment, associated plant/equipment and fixed property.

Working on Night Shift, this is an autonomous position in which you will be responsible for keeping the equipment performing at its required production rate. You will troubleshoot equipment in case of a breakdown, and decide the appropriate course of action to get it back running again as soon as possible. You will work to a preventative maintenance program in relation to the production line to ensure there are minimal unplanned stoppages and breakdowns. You will be involved with project work as required, including new installs of electrical equipment.
What you'll need to succeed To be successful in this job it is essential that you are a trade qualified Electrician and hold a full NSW Electrical Licence.
Experience within manufacturing is required and more specifically packaging, printing, paper or FMCG is desirable. Strong Electrical fault finding skills are another important factor in the success of this position. Knowledge of Computerised maintenance such as MEX will be to your advantage. As the only Electrician on site on Night Shift, it is key that you can work with minimal supervision.
What you'll get in return You will get the opportunity to work with one of Australia's most recognisable brands, in an excellent working environment. As Maintenance Electrician on Night Shift you will be paid a rate plus loading that is equivalent to over $100k + super. There is overtime available in this position as required.
Michael Gilroy - Hays Manufacturing & Operations - ***** + click to reveal Maintenance Fitter- heavy industry (cast iron), Day Shift, Temp to Perm, West Sydney
Maintenance Fitter, Night Shift, Permanent Job, $100k+, Mon - Fri 10pm - 6am, South West Sydney
Permanent Maintenance Electrician job with national food manufacturer based in Melbourne's Western suburbs
Melbourne CBD & Outer North Suburbs
Coordinate a multi-site mechanical maintenance program and oversee contractor SLA's in a leading institution.
A CEO job, based in Hobart with Montagu Community Living.
My client is mid-tier, high performing business based in the South Sydney.  They are now looking for an experienced Senior Strata Manager to join their team. You will have an excellent money earning portfolio, with a solid number of buildings that have been kept in good condition. You will be working with your own Personal Assistant, who has excellent knowledge of the portfolio and clientele. You will also have the support of the accounts team, so you can focus on the management of the buildings.
As the new Senior Strata Manager you will be responsible for; 
Managing a portfolio and advising clients in accordance with relevant legislation within the South Sydney. Attending meetings and providing advice as required Budgeting, preparing invoices, dispute resolution and writing agendas and minutes Arranging proper and adequate insurances Providing a customer-focused strata service and minimising the loss of buildings
To be considered for the position of Senior Strata Manager you must have the following; 
Experience managing a variety of buildings MUST be a people person as will be faced with a variety of clientele.. The ability to take ownership of a property portfolio and make it your own Proven resilience and the ability to work under pressure Professional written and verbal communication skills Excellent customer service and time management skills
For any questions relating to this role or any other opportunities with D&B and our clients please contact Sofia Worthington on *****08 + click to reveal or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential
Leading provider of people moving systems solutions are looking for a Head of Engineering for their operations in Sydney.
Client Details
Our client, a global leader in efficient, innovative elevators and people - moving systems with over 2 million elevators and escalators currently in operation throughout 200 countries is offering an ambitious and experienced engineering lead an unparalleled opportunity to develop and progress their career by heading up their NSW engineering department.
The Head of Engineering will work closely with the both the sales and engineering teams in order to find the optimal technical solution to match customer’s needs.
This role will also include -
Coordinating specifications and delivery times with the Supply Line, Sourcing or local suppliers Ensuring that the proposed solution fulfils the codes, regulations and safety requirements, Advising customers directly on technical questions according to local guidelines agreed between Sales and Technical Sales Support.
The successful applicant -
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or other relevant field Fluent in English, other languages are an asset Holistic knowledge of products and delivery process Excellent communication skills Strong technical understanding of product and service solutions that exceed customer expectations Takes safety aspects into account and selects environmentally sustainable solutions when possible Prior commercial business experience and strong business orientated mind-set, and capability of understanding the commercial impact of the engineering and sales processes and supply operations Prior experience in manufacturing, process or engineering functions
Job Offer
Excellent opportunity to work with a recognised global leading company. Highly competitive package with excellent career progression opportunities.
To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Bryan McMahon on *****60. + click to reveal
Do you enjoy being part of a small dynamic team? Temporary, Part-Time position 21 hours per week (Parental Leave for up to 12 months) Plus Weekend Shift Allowance, if applicable

Destination Southern Highlands is the tourism arm of Wingecarribee Shire Council. Council is committed to maximising tourism for the Shire in the knowledge it will provide economic benefit to the community and Shire.
About the role
The Tourism Officer provides first contact services at the Southern Highlands Welcome Centre that is timely, accurate and efficient information and assistance to its customers, ensuring high levels of customer service delivery and the provision of 'concierge Service' (customer service) experience. This role works as part of a multi-skilled team in dynamic and friendly environment.
Salary for this position is based on skills, experience and qualifications and will range from $597.39 per week to $692.97 per week plus super and Weekend Shift Allowance, if applicable.
About You
The successful candidate will be a team player who demonstrates the following skills, knowledge and experience:
Certificate III in Tourism or equivalent Current RSA Certificate Proven track record in a customer service related Centre (minimum 2 years) Demonstrated high level computer literacy, e.g. Microsoft office and other "booking programs" Demonstrated ability to respond flexibly in a fast-paced work environment
In addition to being a team player you will be able to demonstrate the following:
Demonstrated knowledge of cash handling Demonstrated experience in retail, merchandising and merchandise display Knowledge of social media and ability to facilitate updates Demonstrated knowledge of the Southern Highlands and surrounds
About us
Located in the Southern Highlands, Wingecarribee Shire Council is within comfortable travelling distance of Sydney, Canberra, the South Coast and the Illawarra. With four distinct and stunning seasons combined with glorious countryside rich in biodiversity and appeal, it's an enviable lifestyle location.
How to Apply
Applications including a cover letter, resume and statement addressing both the Essential and Desirable Selection Criteria are to be submitted online by visiting (Careers @ Council). The Selection Criteria is contained in the Position Description which you will need to download and review the selection criteria before submitting your application.
All documents are to be attached either as a PDF or Microsoft Office Word document. Applications not addressing both the Essential and Desirable Selection Criteria may not be considered.
Intending applicants are advised to read Council's Recruitment Information Package before submitting their on-line application.
Please note:
The online process allows for three (3) separate items to be uploaded i.e. Resume, Covering Letter and your statement addressing the Selection Criteria.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Council's Coordinator Tourism Mrs Izabella Lane on *****42. + click to reveal
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia will be considered for the position.
Closing date for applications is Monday 12 February 2018