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Air conditioning restoration workers urgently required to start as early as next week !!!!
GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO ENTER INTO A NEW AND EXCITING INDUSTRY!!!
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED but you must have reliable transport, be punctual, willing to learn, be presentable and get along with the guys.
Career opportunities to the right candidates.
Pay rate is $30 for night shift and $25 for day shift.
We supply all PPE and work shirts but you must have presentable steel cap boots and dark coloured presentable pants.
SPONSORSHIP ALSO AVAILABLE TO SUITABLE CANDIDATES IF YOU PROVE YOUR WORTH.
Please send through your CV as soon as possible, suitable applicants are then required to attend a quick interview to meet and go through photos of what we do.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for your time.
Cameron Mackay / Air Restore
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This exciting Civil Construction Firm is one of Brisbane’s most distinguished civil engineering firms operating for over 25 years and well established in our local community. Successfully delivering hundreds of major transport, earthworks and infrastructure projects nationwide, today, they employ more than 450 people across their business.
Working across projects up to $400 million in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, they deliver what they promise, and take a collaborative and flexible approach towards working with their clients. This firm is are pre-qualified at the highest levels to undertake road and bridgeworks throughout Australia, and offer services in design, construction (including earthworks and road works), project management, bridgework and concrete structures, major traffic management schemes and community infrastructure.
Having just won a range of impressive project, they now require 2 x skilled Site Engineers to join the team!
Your new role This role will be initially based in Brisbane and then site based in Northern NSW and other works along the East Coast of Australia, so those who are flexible in their location will be highly regarded. Successful candidates will be responsible for coordinating on-site construction engineering functions to achieve project safety, quality, environmental and commercial objectives. Candidates will exhibit. It will be very hands on role which provides exposure to a number of different aspects to the firm and project teams. You will assist in developing project objectives, project specifications, determine project schedules, control the project costs, assist the Project Engineer on the delivery of technical aspects of projects, coordinate personnel to prepare for on and off maintenance works, liaise with relevant stakeholders including Government and local council, prepare risk assessments and assist in the administration of the project including monthly claims, variations and EOT’s.
Your level of knowledge and relevant experience will ensure your success in submitting high quality reports and advising on all civil engineering aspects of the project. Experience within civil space is required, in particular with major road work upgrades, working closing with DTMR on the contractor side. Your key responsibility is to guarantee high performance, excellence and productivity of your team in meeting company standards including safety and delivering projects.
What you'll need to succeed
Relevant tertiary or equivalent qualifications e.g. Bachelor of Engineering (Civil); Prior experience on civil infrastructure construction projects with mid or first-tier contractors; Demonstrated knowledge of RMS specifications; Bridge and Structures experience is a must; A track record of managing site resources to achieve commercial and programme requirements; Proficient use of either Primavera 6 or ASTA; Commitment to the highest levels of safety, environmental and quality leadership; Experience administering subcontract agreements; and Ability to develop, implement and manage budgets and forecasting.
What you'll get in return Great exposure to all aspects of civil projects with one of Queensland’s most reputable civil contractors. Great team culture, hard working environment and great staff incentives including private health benefits. Opportunity that this role could go full-time.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
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HR Analyst, HR Analytics focused job working for Global brand with offices on the North Shore of Sydney.
Government Organisation seeks Property Officer to assist with the management of their diverse Portfolio.
Policy & Strategy Manager is responsible for leading the government infrastructure/planning policy portfolio.
Talent Acquisition job - Sydney CBD location - National Not for Profit Organisation
The focus of this role will be providing high level support to the Manager, Planning.
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The Company
This diverse leading oranisation has a strong presence across multiple countries across multiple business units. With continued success they are now within their chosen industry they are now looking to recruit a highly skilled Accounts professional for their Brisbane team.
Reporting to the Financial Controller, your role as Accounts Payable Officer will include but will not be limited to:
Role Responsibilities
Full Function Accounts Payable; Matching and coding of invoices; Daily bank and credit card reconciliations; General ledger reconciliations; End of month reporting including journal entry; and Process and policy implementation.
About Candidate
Experience within a similar role is essential for success in this role; Strong verbal and written communication is key; Experience working with a large ERP essential; Ability to interact effectively across internal and external stakeholders; and Ability to execute projects to assist with the streamlining of systems and procedures.

For more information please call Stacy Kelleher at u&u on *****44, + click to reveal quoting reference number 10241. Alternatively, to submit an application, please click below.
Please submit your resume in Word format only.
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About us
AUSTRAC is Australia's financial intelligence agency with regulatory responsibility for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing.
We identify threats and criminal abuse of the financial system, and act to protect Australia's economy.
We also work in partnership with industry and government agencies in Australia and overseas to -
help keep Australia safe from financial and other serious crime build and maintain trust in Australia's financial system as part of the global community.
  
About the role
 
The Senior Intelligence Analyst under limited direction is responsible for information collection, data extraction, collation and analysis of AUSTRAC data and other information.  The role will also involve initiating, producing and coordinating of high quality intelligence assessments, making recommendations and contributing towards the development of analytic methodologies. In additional, the role will provide input to multi-agency task forces and project work, as required.
 
About you
This role will suit someone who thrives working under limited direction, demonstrates experience in intelligence environments and ability to carry out complex intelligence projects involving research and analysis, high level problem solving and the formation of sound judgements.
The skill sets required to be successful in this role, include highly developed oral and written communication skills and be able to develop and maintain effective working relationships. Your ability to contribute strongly to strategic thinking to maximise work linkages and opportunities will be highly regarded.
Where to next
This role presents an exciting opportunity to raise awareness of AUSTRAC's
vital role in protecting the Australian community from money laundering, financial fraud and terrorism funding.  The selection process now starts with
you!  If you're intrigued by the opportunities AUSTRAC and this role presents, then find out more at our Website.   If you think you have what it takes, contact Todd Poustie on *****13 + click to reveal to discuss further.
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The company
We are currently looking for an experienced commercial property paralegal to provide support to an in-house team in a national organisation of one of Australia’s fastest growing industries.
Key duties
Reporting to the Contracts Manager, you will be responsible for their:
Preparing contracts and other documentation within required legislative and company set timeframes; Liaising with internal and external stakeholders with respect to settlement and contractual matters; Assisting with compliance management of sales processes across the sales and marketing team; and Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of relevant retirement villages acts and regulations.
Skills & experience
To be successful, you will ideally have:

Two-three years’ experience in a paralegal role; Ideally, commercial property experience; Experience in administering contracts; Intermediate-advanced Microsoft Office skills (e.g. Word & Excel); Strong attention to detail and resilient working-style; and Ability to undergo National Police Clearance;
Benefits
The benefit of this opportunity is your chance to stabilise your role as a paralegal in a stable organisation of one of Australia’s fastest growing industries. This is ideal for someone would who wants to develop their career as a paralegal. This role exists in a vibrant operational, sales and marketing team of this Brisbane head-quartered organisation and has offers an exceptional work-life balance working from 8:30am until 5:00pm.
In return, you can also enjoy:
Above market-rate salary on offer - negotiable for the right candidate; Brisbane CBD location - ideal for public transport; Great hours from 8:30am until 5:00pm; Collegiate and vibrant team culture; and Fast-paced work environment.
How to apply
For more information please call Zara Gardiner at u&u on *****48, + click to reveal quoting reference number 10570. Alternatively, to submit an application, please click below.
Please submit your resume in Word format only.
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A well-established company is looking for an experienced Service Desk Engineer. 
The role is responsible for providing IT Support with exceptional customer service. This includes the monitoring of incidents and problems and fixing as much as possible before escalating issues to specialists within the IT team. The role is also responsible for managing all allocated incidents and problems in the support queue in line with the organisation's SLA. This will require remote telephone based after hours emergency support every 6 weeks on a rotational basis.
Requirements:
3+ years of relevant experience as a Service Desk Engineer within a Windows environment Demonstrated experience in the use of service desk applications for registering, updating, assigning and closing support requests Strong experience with Active Directory and computer account management Good O365 user account and mailbox management Good SOE and software installation Good hardware component installation and replacement Good printer installation and management Good exposure with ITIL and telephony device management Excellent verbal and written communication skills
For your chance to start in this contract - Do not delay! Hit apply now.
For further detail of this role, including the full job description and requirements, APPLY NOW, attention Freda Kwok or call *****56 + click to reveal to discuss by quoting reference FK291398.
 
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Career Opportunity Strategic Litigation Planning Mentoring and Guidance

The Firm
This is a full-service Queensland firm who is committed to its clients and staff that has built a truly high performance culture through respect and support that results in outstanding client service.
The Role
As a commercial litigator, you will predominantly work on insolvency and restructuring matters with general commercial litigation work. The role will see you working on high-end technical litigation and engaging in the marketing of the practice area. This role will involve drafting advices and court documents, attending conferences and hearings, briefing various experts in preparation for trials.
Duties
Drafting advices and court documents Attending conferences and hearings Briefing various experts in preparation for trial Running matters through trial Finalising matters after judgment or settlement Build and develop client relationships
Experience
3yrs PAE level in commercial litigation with Insolvency and Restructuring A commercial mind that shows leadership and an ability to rise to a challenge Ability to appear in Court and negotiate well with the various parties involved in a matter.
Culture
Vibrant, energetic, diverse, nurturing and supportive close-knit team
Benefits
Competitive salary Learning programs for career development Gym memberships Health programs and activities Team sports Community involvement programs Social club
Contact
For a confidential discussion regarding this role or to explore other career opportunities please contact:
Rachael Musgrave
Ref No: RM15853
Email: *****@empiregroup.careers + click to reveal
Phone: *****07 + click to reveal
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Stores Persons/Materials Handlers
Dandenong South
$35.69 Day Shift Casual
Our client a heavy vehicle manufacture in Dandenong south are looking for experienced stores people must be computer literate and have at least 3-5 years experience and hold a current forklift license.
The ideal candidates must be physically fit and be prepared to do a pre employment medical as this will be a part of the interview process.
The hours of work are Monday to Friday, 6.30 am to 3.30 pm with an RDO once a fortnight.
To apply please send your resume to Patrick at *****@abjobs.com.au + click to reveal or call Patrick *****94 + click to reveal
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The Hays Globalink team facilitates the movement of candidates currently residing in the UK, Ireland and Europe looking for opportunities in Australia and New Zealand. Our successful team in London is managing candidate careers on a daily basis and we are true experts in the migration markets. Ideally we are hoping to recruit a consultant who is interested in developing their career in London as an international candidate manager. Reporting to the Senior Manager for Globalink based in London, you will:

Implement a broad range of candidate attraction strategies including e- marketing, seminars and advertising to develop a pipeline of highly skilled talent for Australia and New Zealand. Effectively manage candidate inquiries and expectations Represent the Hays Australia /New Zealand brand and deliver high quality service to internal and external customers Liaise regularly with the Hays consultants in Australia and New Zealand regarding current vacancies and to market in new candidate registrations.
Prepare monthly business plans Achieve targets and KPI’s set by the Senior Manager. Manage ad-hoc recruitment campaigns
This role is ideal for an individual who has a passion for people and is interested in working in a busy London office, yet gaining experience recruiting into the recruitment markets in Australia and New Zealand.
Please note, to be considered for this role, you must have work rights for the UK.
For further information, please get in touch with Rachel Barnetson, on *****@hays.com + click to reveal [mailto:*****@hays.com] + click to reveal or call *****58. + click to reveal A Project Manager job in Melbourne's east managing a portfolio of building projects in an ongoing role.
Training & Development Manager - job based in Sydney CBD - Work within L&D in a values-based NFP
Commercial Project Manager contract role for world-leading consumer health company. CALL LAUREN *****28 + click to reveal
HR Manager - South West Sydney - Established and growing organisation - Work with leaders to affect change
Facilities Manger Wanted for an ASAP start.
The Delivery Manager will have the responsibility to oversee project management processes and services
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The Role:
Corporate Travel Consultant – Average earnings in the 1st year is around $75k, this figure increases each year because they have an uncapped commission structure so you can earn more $$$$$$$$$.
Due to an increase in business my client is looking for corporate travel consultants along with experienced travel consultants who have tailor-made various means of travel to destinations all over the world. You will be tailor-making business travel for corporate clients who work for small to large global companies so the corporate travel you are organising for them is a key part to their future business success. You will be advising corporate travellers on various different travel arrangements so excellent customer service skills along with good travel industry knowledge is required for this important job role.
 
 The Company 
This is your chance to join an award winning travel organisation as a Corporate Travel Consultant. This travel company has a strong brand in the market and their employees are known for providing the best service to all its clientele because of the training that has been provided to each of the consultants that work for them. As a corporate travel consultant working for this global market leading brand you will be taking control of your career and elevating yourself to that next level with this employer on your CV.  They have an outstanding world class office with state of the are facilities, based in a superb Brisbane location, great career opportunities to be taken within the organisation along with having the opportunity to earn some serious money as well.
 
 Skill & Expertise
Corporate travel or travel consultant experience required Must have tailor-made travel on Amadeus, Galileo or Sabre Good listening skills Worldwide destinations experience Excellent communication skills Strong attention to detail and customer service skills
  
The Benefits
Uncapped commission($$$$$$$$$$$$$) and huge earning potential – consultants average $75k in their first year A fantastic location Excellent benefits State of the art office A fun place to work Monday to Friday working with no weekends
 
If you are interested in this vacancy and your skill set matches the above criteria, then you need to apply for this role below or send your CV to *****@tmstalent.com + click to reveal or call Sean on *****15 + click to reveal for a confidential chat.  
 
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All applications are confidential. Apply today!
 
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Warfarin Consultant Murarrie Location Competitive wages and employment benefits Avenues for career development and advancement Casual position
QML Pathology offers employment benefits such as discounted Private Health Insurance, bulk billing of pathology and x-ray services.
A vacancy currently exists for a casual Warfarin Clinic Consultant in the Murarrie Call Centre. The Warfarin Care Clinic is designed to operate as an outpatient Warfarin monitoring service for the organisations referring doctors. This is an opportunity to join a service driven team with an excellent work ethic.
We are seeking a caring individual with a nursing, medical or laboratory background who has a passion for customer service. The position will cover various shifts between 7:00am and 8:00pm Monday to Friday with rostered weekends and public holidays. You will be required to relieve for annual and sick leave with hours up to a full-time week with a minimum of three shifts per week.
Your duties will include:
Answering incoming calls from patients; Making outgoing calls to patients and/or their carer in relation to their results, related medical history, procedures, and/or other medications; Liaising with doctors, hospitals, pharmacies and nursing facilities; and includes; and General administration tasks.
You will possess:
Excellent telephone manner and skills; Knowledge and understanding of medical terminology; Strong customer service focus; Ability to work well within a team environment; General office and administration skills; A willingness to adhere to departmental and organisational policies and procedures; Must be a cohesive and contributing member of the team and display positive attitudes towards achieving outcomes; Strong time management, interpersonal and organisational skills; and Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
QML Pathology provides world class diagnostic services to the medical community in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.
Our organisation aims to achieve and maintain the highest standard of service and scientific excellence within chosen markets.
Initial enquiries can be directed to Danielle Berichon at *****10.  + click to reveal Applications meeting the selection criteria above, to *****@qml.com.au + click to reveal.  Applications close Friday, 2 February 2018.  Please quote job number 875 when applying.
Only people who have the right to work in Australia may apply for this position
Employment at QML Pathology may be subject to a satisfactory pre-employment medical assessment.
QML is an equal opportunity employer.
Note: Your application will be reviewed and if successful we will contact you directly to discuss the next stage of the recruitment process.   If you are not shortlisted you will usually not be advised that your application was not successful. 
 
Email: Please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Career Opportunity Strategic Litigation Planning Mentoring and Guidance

The Firm
This is a full-service Queensland firm who is committed to its clients and staff that has built a truly high performance culture through respect and support that results in outstanding client service.
The Role
As a commercial litigator, you will predominantly work on insolvency and restructuring matters with general commercial litigation work. The role will see you working on high-end technical litigation and engaging in the marketing of the practice area. This role will involve drafting advices and court documents, attending conferences and hearings, briefing various experts in preparation for trials.
Duties
Drafting advices and court documents Attending conferences and hearings Briefing various experts in preparation for trial Running matters through trial Finalising matters after judgment or settlement Build and develop client relationships
Experience
3yrs PAE and Senior associate level in commercial litigation with Insolvency and Restructuring A commercial mind that shows leadership and an ability to rise to a challenge Ability to appear in Court and negotiate well with the various parties involved in a matter.
Culture
Vibrant, energetic, diverse, nurturing and supportive close-knit team
Benefits
Competitive salary Learning programs for career development Gym memberships Health programs and activities Team sports Community involvement programs Social club
Contact
For a confidential discussion regarding this role or to explore other career opportunities please contact:
Rachael Musgrave
Ref No: RM15854
Email: *****@empiregroup.careers + click to reveal
Phone: *****07 + click to reveal
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About us
As a leading international law firm, MinterEllison offers a full range of legal services to an impressive list of clients across Australia, in Asia and globally. We work on interesting, challenging and innovative legal issues and clients trust us with their largest and most complex transactions.
Our culture
Legal secretaries and administrators are valued and respected at MinterEllison – you provide vital support to our legal staff and contribute to our success as a leading professional services firm. We are a friendly and supportive team that takes pride in our work, our individual and collective achievements, our clients' success, and our firm's reputation in the marketplace.
Our Projects Infrastructure and Construction Team
The Project Infrastructure and Construction (PIC) practice group is part of the Infrastructure Construction and Property Line of Business.  The PIC practice group currently comprise four partners and 19 lawyers, assisted by four EAs.
Our construction team provides end-to-end legal support on infrastructure projects – from project structuring and advice on procurement options, financing, tender strategy and contract documentation and negotiation, through to contract administration, maintenance issues and dispute resolution. We have assisted governments, consortia, financiers and subcontractors across the full spectrum of project delivery.  Our construction and infrastructure team has built a market-leading reputation as key advisers on domestic and international major projects and transactions across a wide range of industry sectors.
Your role
A fantastic opportunity exists for an experienced Executive Assistant to provide secretarial and administrative support in our busy team on a full-time 12 month contract.
Some of your responsibilities will include:
Drafting correspondence, document preparation (including the use of precedents) and amendments Liaising with clients as directed by fee earners Arranging meetings Diary management and organisation of fee earners Answering calls and monitoring emails High volume file management including opening and closing files, electronic and physical filing and scanning Assisting in maintaining client databases Conducting billing, including end of month billing and reporting with specific client requirements Reconciliation of corporate AMEX expenses General administrative tasks such as filing, photocopying, searches, formatting etc Other ad hoc duties as required
What you need
To be successful in this role, strong organisational skills are essential as well as a high level of initiative, energy and enthusiasm and the ability to follow through. Ideally, you will also have experience working in a fast paced, ever changing environment. In addition to this, you will possess the following attributes:
Experience within a construction team Self-motivated and an ability to work autonomously with minimal direction Ability to work under pressure and manage conflicting priorities A strong client focus and demonstrated ability to form enduring relationships with team members, clients (both internal and external) and industry experts Advanced Microsoft application knowledge A solid understanding of billing and financial systems and other software applications Exceptional organisational skills and ability to multi-task, prioritise and delegate A high level of accuracy and attention to detail A proactive approach and demonstrated initiative Flexibility to adapt to different tasks Resilience and a commitment to excellence that matches our own Pride in your work
What we offer
MinterEllison people are caring, high-achieving and supportive of each other both at work and outside of it.  You'll enjoy being able to call on a network of business support resources for assistance, and have the flexibility you need to engage effectively with your work, your colleagues and any further study you may be undertaking.  We also offer a wide range of accessible in-house learning programs including Word, Excel and Powerpoint; along with our document management system (FileSite) and extensive training in our financial package and other soft skill courses around communication and time management.
How to apply
We prefer to deal with you directly.  Please submit your CV for consideration by clicking on the 'Apply' button below.  If you would like further information, please contact Lisa Fleming on *****60 + click to reveal for a highly confidential discussion.
Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.
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About us
As a leading international law firm, MinterEllison offers a full range of legal services to an impressive list of clients across Australia, in Asia and globally. We work on interesting, challenging and innovative legal issues and clients trust us with their largest and most complex transactions.
Our culture
Legal secretaries and administrators are valued and respected at MinterEllison – you provide vital support to our legal staff and contribute to our success as a leading professional services firm. We are a friendly and supportive team that takes pride in our work, our individual and collective achievements, our clients' success, and our firm's reputation in the marketplace.
Our Projects Infrastructure and Construction Team
The Project Infrastructure and Construction (PIC) practice group is part of the Infrastructure Construction and Property Line of Business.  The PIC practice group currently comprise four partners and 19 lawyers, assisted by four EAs.
Our construction team provides end-to-end legal support on infrastructure projects – from project structuring and advice on procurement options, financing, tender strategy and contract documentation and negotiation, through to contract administration, maintenance issues and dispute resolution. We have assisted governments, consortia, financiers and subcontractors across the full spectrum of project delivery.  Our construction and infrastructure team has built a market-leading reputation as key advisers on domestic and international major projects and transactions across a wide range of industry sectors.
Your role
A fantastic opportunity exists for an experienced Executive Assistant to provide secretarial and administrative support in our busy team on a full-time 12 month contract.
Some of your responsibilities will include:
Drafting correspondence, document preparation (including the use of precedents) and amendments Liaising with clients as directed by fee earners Arranging meetings Diary management and organisation of fee earners Answering calls and monitoring emails High volume file management including opening and closing files, electronic and physical filing and scanning Assisting in maintaining client databases Conducting billing, including end of month billing and reporting with specific client requirements Reconciliation of corporate AMEX expenses General administrative tasks such as filing, photocopying, searches, formatting etc Other ad hoc duties as required
What you need
To be successful in this role, strong organisational skills are essential as well as a high level of initiative, energy and enthusiasm and the ability to follow through. Ideally, you will also have experience working in a fast paced, ever changing environment. In addition to this, you will possess the following attributes:
Experience within a construction team Self-motivated and an ability to work autonomously with minimal direction Ability to work under pressure and manage conflicting priorities A strong client focus and demonstrated ability to form enduring relationships with team members, clients (both internal and external) and industry experts Advanced Microsoft application knowledge A solid understanding of billing and financial systems and other software applications Exceptional organisational skills and ability to multi-task, prioritise and delegate A high level of accuracy and attention to detail A proactive approach and demonstrated initiative Flexibility to adapt to different tasks Resilience and a commitment to excellence that matches our own Pride in your work
What we offer
MinterEllison people are caring, high-achieving and supportive of each other both at work and outside of it.  You'll enjoy being able to call on a network of business support resources for assistance, and have the flexibility you need to engage effectively with your work, your colleagues and any further study you may be undertaking.  We also offer a wide range of accessible in-house learning programs including Word, Excel and Powerpoint; along with our document management system (FileSite) and extensive training in our financial package and other soft skill courses around communication and time management.
How to apply
We prefer to deal with you directly.  Please submit your CV for consideration by clicking on the 'Apply' button below.  If you would like further information, please contact Lisa Fleming on *****60 + click to reveal for a highly confidential discussion.
Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.
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We are looking for Registered Midwives to fill short term positions in rural facilities across the country. Be it 4 weeks or 3 months – the choice is yours! 
Why Rural and Remote Nursing?
As Agency Nurses, we thrive on the different – new locations, new wards and new hospitals from one day to the next. The beauty of R&R is that you can travel all across our great country, continue to have reliable work and build strong relationships with people who rely on you to care for them and educate them to promote and maintain their health, and remain in their own communities.
What’s it like taking on your first R&R role?
It really isn’t as hard as you think to take the leap! Like any new job, the first contract is always the scariest, but once you get the unknown out of the way, you will be driving the great adventure that is your Rural and Remote nursing career!
You will need
A minimum of 2 years' post graduate experience in midwifery; proven recent experience in labour/delivery essential Current registration with AHPRA Australian work rights National Police Check or willingness to obtain A flexible work ethic and sense of adventure!
Rural Midwifery in Australia – From the horse’s mouth!
https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/interview-midwives-new-zealand/
If this sounds like you, hit apply now with a current CV. If you have any questions, please give us a call on *****00 + click to reveal or email *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal
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QLD/TQST16/17 Temporary full time contract until 30/06/2018 (with possible extension)
Calling all Telecommunications Specialists! If you have a broad range of current skills in the telecommunications industry including recent experience in nbn™ installation then please connect with us!
As a TAFE Teacher you can help influence the careers of future tradespersons and impart your extensive industry knowledge to students in a classroom setting.
We are looking for someone who is flexible, innovative and adaptable to the changing demands of training markets and industry needs, with the capability to design training and assessment resources deliver training for our diverse range of students.
About us
Join an organisation with a strong focus on workplace culture.  At TAFE Queensland SkillsTech we value employee collaboration, strong leadership and high performing teams.  We believe that every employee in the organisation has a role to play in "making great happen" through the embodiment of the following core values and behaviours:
We do what we say We collaborate proactively We are focused on solutions We show gratitude
Mandatory Requirements
possession of relevant formal vocational qualifications (minimum Cert IV Telecommunications Networking); possession of Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) including TAELLN411 (Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills) competency, with a proven ability to design training and assessment resources; current experience in the operation and maintenance of the nbn™ access network; ACMA registered, including Broadband Cabling; and CCNA certified and/or industrial networking specialist.
Highly desirable, but not essential
Diploma qualification in Telecommunications Networking; Telstra WPA accreditation or NULCA certificate; Pit and pipe accreditation; and Cable hauling certificate.
Salary        
$68,087 - $87,477 gross per annum (TAFE Queensland Educators Certified Agreement 2016)
Benefits    
12.75% superannuation 17.5% leave loading 4 weeks Recreation Leave (accrued annually) 5 weeks Non-attendance Time (NAT) offered annually for preparation Access to paid professional development Paid overtime arrangements may be available as per operational requirements
Apply        
All applications must be submitted via the 'Apply Now' button on Seek and include a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role, a current resume, and contact details for 2 referees.  A copy of the Teacher Role Description can be found by visiting our website: http://tafeskillstech.edu.au/about-us/working-for-tafe/#.WKuGpU_7Wpo
Closing Date            
31 January 2018
Contact     
Richard Cary, A/Business Manager
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QLD/TQST16/17 Temporary full time contract until 30/06/2018 (with possible extension)
Calling all Telecommunications Specialists! If you have a broad range of current skills in the telecommunications industry including recent experience in nbn™ installation then please connect with us!
As a TAFE Teacher you can help influence the careers of future tradespersons and impart your extensive industry knowledge to students in a classroom setting.
We are looking for someone who is flexible, innovative and adaptable to the changing demands of training markets and industry needs, with the capability to design training and assessment resources deliver training for our diverse range of students.
About us
Join an organisation with a strong focus on workplace culture.  At TAFE Queensland SkillsTech we value employee collaboration, strong leadership and high performing teams.  We believe that every employee in the organisation has a role to play in "making great happen" through the embodiment of the following core values and behaviours:
We do what we say We collaborate proactively We are focused on solutions We show gratitude
Mandatory Requirements
possession of relevant formal vocational qualifications (minimum Cert IV Telecommunications Networking); possession of Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) including TAELLN411 (Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills) competency, with a proven ability to design training and assessment resources; current experience in the operation and maintenance of the nbn™ access network; ACMA registered, including Broadband Cabling; and CCNA certified and/or industrial networking specialist.
Highly desirable, but not essential
Diploma qualification in Telecommunications Networking; Telstra WPA accreditation or NULCA certificate; Pit and pipe accreditation; and Cable hauling certificate.
Salary        
$68,087 - $87,477 gross per annum (TAFE Queensland Educators Certified Agreement 2016)
Benefits    
12.75% superannuation 17.5% leave loading 4 weeks Recreation Leave (accrued annually) 5 weeks Non-attendance Time (NAT) offered annually for preparation Access to paid professional development Paid overtime arrangements may be available as per operational requirements
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All applications must be submitted via the 'Apply Now' button on Seek and include a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role, a current resume, and contact details for 2 referees.  A copy of the Teacher Role Description can be found by visiting our website: http://tafeskillstech.edu.au/about-us/working-for-tafe/#.WKuGpU_7Wpo
Closing Date            
31 January 2018
Contact     
Richard Cary, A/Business Manager
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LA Medical Recruitment – providing a Total Medical/Healthcare Recruitment and Consultancy Service with the best staffing, practice and business solutions.
Our client, a well respected and established surgical practice based in the Brisbane CBD is actively looking to appoint a full time Junior Medical Receptionist to join their team.  The successful candidate will need to demonstrate a degree of autonomy, responsibility and take ownership of this position whilst taking care of the day to day reception tasks under the supervision of the Practice Manager.
Providing relief support to the rest of the team during peak periods, this position will offer the right person stable full time permanent employment commencing mid February 2018.  Hours will be rostered between Monday to Friday (8/8:30am to 4:30/5pm) with flexibility.  Car parking is available at reduced 'staff rates'. 
Key duties and responsibilities will include (but not be limited to):
Taking all incoming calls and assisting patients with general enquiries Arriving patients to the practice and obtaining the relevant patient information to enter onto the software management system - Genie Booking and confirming patient appointments Preparing and running patient clinics Managing high volume emails, mail and daily telephone messages - ensuring the messages are attended to in a timely manner Processing patient billing and receipting primarily for patient consultations General administrative support to a Surgeon and providing secretarial assistance to the Practice Manager and other employees of the practice as required.
To ensure your success in this position, you will have at least 1-2 years Medical Reception/Administrative experience within a private surgical specialist practice.  Previous exposure to Genie software would be advantageous along with high level computer literacy and the ability to work well within a small close-knit team environment. 
Please attach your CV in confidence to *****@larecruitment.com.au + click to reveal or call Cathy Litton / Sally Andrews directly on *****33 + click to reveal or *****40 + click to reveal a/hours.
LA Medical Recruitment are always looking for exceptional people! If you are looking for a challenging opportunity, with the need to help people, please submit your resume and cover letter outlining your experiences.
  To view a full listing of our temporary and permanent vacancies, visit us at www.larecruitment.com.au
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Incredible Opportunity for 2 x Site Engineers to join a well known Civil Firm in Brisbane!
Your new company
This exciting Civil Construction Firm is one of Brisbane’s most distinguished civil engineering firms operating for over 25 years and well established in our local community. Successfully delivering hundreds of major transport, earthworks and infrastructure projects nationwide, today, they employ more than 450 people across their business.
Working across projects up to $400 million in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, they deliver what they promise, and take a collaborative and flexible approach towards working with their clients. This firm is are pre-qualified at the highest levels to undertake road and bridgeworks throughout Australia, and offer services in design, construction (including earthworks and road works), project management, bridgework and concrete structures, major traffic management schemes and community infrastructure.
Having just won a range of impressive project, they now require 2 x skilled Site Engineers to join the team!
Your new role
This role will be initially based in Brisbane and then site based in Northern NSW and other works along the East Coast of Australia, so those who are flexible in their location will be highly regarded. Successful candidates will be responsible for coordinating on-site construction engineering functions to achieve project safety, quality, environmental and commercial objectives. Candidates will exhibit. It will be very hands on role which provides exposure to a number of different aspects to the firm and project teams. You will assist in developing project objectives, project specifications, determine project schedules, control the project costs, assist the Project Engineer on the delivery of technical aspects of projects, coordinate personnel to prepare for on and off maintenance works, liaise with relevant stakeholders including Government and local council, prepare risk assessments and assist in the administration of the project including monthly claims, variations and EOT’s.
Your level of knowledge and relevant experience will ensure your success in submitting high quality reports and advising on all civil engineering aspects of the project. Experience within civil space is required, in particular with major road work upgrades, working closing with DTMR on the contractor side. Your key responsibility is to guarantee high performance, excellence and productivity of your team in meeting company standards including safety and delivering projects.
What you'll need to succeed

Relevant tertiary or equivalent qualifications e.g. Bachelor of Engineering (Civil); Prior experience on civil infrastructure construction projects with mid or first-tier contractors; Demonstrated knowledge of RMS specifications; Bridge and Structures experience is a must; A track record of managing site resources to achieve commercial and programme requirements; Proficient use of either Primavera 6 or ASTA; Commitment to the highest levels of safety, environmental and quality leadership; Experience administering subcontract agreements; and Ability to develop, implement and manage budgets and forecasting.

What you'll get in return
Great exposure to all aspects of civil projects with one of Queensland’s most reputable civil contractors. Great team culture, hard working environment and great staff incentives including private health benefits. Opportunity that this role could go full-time.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV 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 us for a confidential discussion on your career on *****01. + click to reveal
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Break the audit mould in this serviced based team Small close knit team with excellent mentoring available Quick progression available for an ambitious individual
 
The Firm
This well-established practice is part of a national association. The firm offers services across accounting, tax, audit and financial planning. The current partners are continuing to win new work and now require the services of another intermediate auditor candidate.
 
The Role
Working under the direction of the partner and with direct mentoring from the partner and an associate, you will be involved in a wide variety of assignments. Your clients will come from a mix of:
Public sector Medium and large private companies across manufacturing, agriculture, mining Not for profits Pubs, Clubs Member-based organisations such as Trade Unions
As a high-level senior, you will run engagements with minimal supervision and will often be at client premises managing the relationship on your own.
 
Your Skills
Having already spent more than 3 years in another Australian accounting firm in audit you will be confident in dealing with clients face to face. The partners expect that you will have completed your degree and have already completed or be close to completing your professional qualification. This role is a great opportunity for a senior auditor to take more responsibility and progress through the ranks.
 
Benefits
Be part of a growing business Serviced focused team putting you in front of FCs and CFOs Strong mentoring Capital City travel only Fast-track to management 
 
 
Apply now or call  Andrew McNamara ex-audit on *****09dl + click to reveal or *****08 + click to reveal for further information on this or other roles  tax, SMSF and accounting roles in Brisbane
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My client is a Specialist Civil Construction & Surveying Firm who are looking to bring on 2 x Registered Surveyors to work on Cadastral and Civil Construction projects for key clients.
The ideal candidates for these positions will have already achieved registered status with the QLD Board of Surveyors. 
Your new role
Manage cadastral and survey functions for relevant projects Manage field parties and CAD drafters where necessary  Preparation of all types of survey plans Work strictly to health and safety standards Work towards deadlines accurately managing your time efficiently Continually liaise with clients and external stakeholders Supervising and mentoring Juniors and Assistants when necessary  Work autonomously with little supervision  
What you'll need to succeed Relevant Qualifications - Degree or Advanced Diploma of Surveying Registration with the QLD Surveyors Board An understanding of legislation, systems, procedures and technology Experience with Auto CAD, Civil Cad and Civil 3D and Leica or Trimble Surveying Equipment Excellent communication skills - verbal and written An excellent eye for detail and attention to accuracy Keen to develop a top level career in Civil & Cadastral Surveying A clean driver licence (manual) Ability to work on your own and under pressure
It is important in this role that you have previous experience working on road, land, bridge and other civil construction projects along with the ability to communicate with various stakeholders both in written and verbal situations.
What you'll get in return On offer is an industry leading salary package that will reflect your skills and experience as well as the great opportunity to continue to grow your career. The company offers a great career development plan and really invest in their staff, offering great projects, stability and a healthy work / life balanced that will be hard to match!
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV 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 us for a confidential discussion on your career on *****01. + click to reveal An Excavator Operator job on a large Civil project based in Broken Hill
Immediate Start Project Engineer - Drainage Contract Role For Local Government Organisation
Contract opportunity for a Senior Surveyor.
Chance to transfer into structural construction engineering. Work on major infrastructure & high rise projects
Diesel Mechanic required for a permanent position with an immediate start in the Wollongong region
The Delivery Manager will have the responsibility to oversee project management processes and services
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Req ID:  124307
Personnel Area:  Brisbane Infrastructure
Branch:  City Projects Office
Work type:  Temporary Full Time Contract (2 years duration)

Do you enjoy a role where you are working on multiple civil transport infrastructure projects at the same time and being part of an organisation which has a great work/life balance? Do you enjoy a role where you will be working on the design and delivery of major road infrastructure upgrades whilst utilising your excellent experience and knowledge of project management within the civil infrastructure field?  If so, read on as this might be just what you have been looking for.
The City Projects Office works in partnership with areas across Council and industry to provide world-class road transport infrastructure that enhances Brisbane's lifestyle for its residents. Due to increased workloads, we are now looking for an experienced Project Manager who will be responsible for ensuring the timely and cost effective delivery of key road infrastructure upgrades that are happening across Brisbane.
Some of your day to day duties include:
Managing the planning, design and construction of major road infrastructure projects undertaken by the City Projects Office within agreed timeframes; Reporting and recommending action of all time, cost, quality and scope parameters associated with projects undertaken by the City Projects Office; Developing, negotiating and evaluating service level agreements, partnership charters, communication and monitoring systems to support the delivery of program outcomes and outputs by internal and external providers.

To be successful you will have:
Demonstrated high level project management and transport and traffic engineering skills, particularly related to the management of complex projects and programs; Proven ability in planning, design and construction of major civil transport infrastructure capital projects, preferably in a public authority environment; High level of consultation, negotiation, networking, advocacy and both oral and written communication skills.

Please review the link below for further information regarding the key accountabilities and selection criteria for this position.

Benefits of working for Council include:
free gym and wellness centre work/life balance being based in Brisbane and part of an integral team making some key changes to our road and bikeway network.
   
Working in Council means delivering excellent customer service to the people of Brisbane.  
 
Duration:  Temporary Full time contract – 2 years
How to apply:  Click on the 'Apply' button below to complete your online application.  Please upload your current resume and covering letter (of no more than one page) that demonstrates how you meet the requirements of this role. 
Position description:  CLICK HERE
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Please note:  This role will require a Criminal History Check.
More information: David Tonkin on *****40 + click to reveal
Closing Date:  Friday, 2 February 2018 at 11.55 p.m. AEST
 
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