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Early Childhood Teacher
Are you passionate for Early Childhood Education?
Do you like thinking differently?
Come and join our fantastic team in Thornton!
EXCEEDING CENTRE
ECT LEADERSHIP ROLE!
Goodstart is Australia’s largest early learning provider.  As a not–for–profit social enterprise, we exist purely to improve the lives of Australia’s children and their families. Our people are our foundation, together we are working to ensure children have the learning, development and wellbeing outcomes they need for school and life.
We’re looking for an enthusiastic Early Childhood Teacher to develop programs and practices that are responsive to our children’s needs and aligned with the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Standard.
You will be part of our supportive culture and have access to a qualified mentor to support your professional development and growth.
We offer high quality care supported by exciting planned learning experiences that are based on individual children's needs, ideas, interests and abilities. All our educators are highly trained and experienced and enjoy working together as a team to ensure the best outcomes for all children.
Inside, all our rooms - from Nursery to Preschool we are all set up in line with an Early Years Learning Framework, with sensory and play based learning opportunities, and stimulating surrounds ensure the children have the chance to grow and develop through sensory, play-based learning.
Our Centre
Goodstart Early Learning Child Care Centre Thornton are an EXCEEDING centre in the heart of a residential community. Our bright spacious rooms, and natural play areas, and dedicated and caring team will take your child on a wonderful learning journey.
Role Requirements
Hold a Bachelor of Early Childhood or equivalent qualification (ACECQA  approved) Hold a current First Aid qualification Hold a valid WWCC Professional Teachers Accreditation
Role Overview/ Responsibilities
Full-Time permeant position - 37.5  hours per week Pre-School Room – ages 3-5 yrs. Assess children’s learning and development and apply pedagogical expertise to inform curriculum decisions Plan innovative and engaging learning experiences Champion positive and meaningful relationships with children Maintain and apply expert knowledge of the National Quality Framework Seek and share best practice examples to improve the education program Build and maintain strong, positive relationships with families, children and the centre team Model effective application of pedagogy in teaching practice Contribute to a professional and positive work culture
The Benefits
Comprehensive induction and training programme Access to a professional peer teacher mentor Professional pedagogical and operational centre support teams to assist you in providing high quality educational programs. Competitive above award wages Quality teaching and Educational resources Professional development and networking Option to purchase additional annual leave Discounted child care fees Uniform allowance
If you have a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ACECQA approved equivalent qualification, and experience in a similar role, then we want to meet you!
Goodstart is committed to child safety, with a zero tolerance of child abuse, and expect all our employees to reflect this commitment
Should you strive to uphold and reflect these values then we would love to hear from you! For further details please call Kerry Lofts on *****26 + click to reveal
To apply for the role please ‘Apply Now’ or to review the role PD please Click Here.
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McCluskey Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd
is a locally owned and well established Newcastle Insurance Brokerage, and a member of the Steadfast group, the largest General Insurance Broker network in Australasia with over 360 Brokerages and 1100 offices.
We are seeking a professional Insurance Administrator to join our friendly team.
The primary purpose of this position is to support our team in all aspects of administration, including our domestic insurance portfolio, and to ensure the smooth running of the office.
We are looking for a self motivated individual who is highly customer service orientated and a team player.
Reporting directly to the Office Manager some of your responsibilities include:-
Reception and Telephone duties General Office Administration Processing Domestic Insurance policies Claims Administration
The right candidate will be given the opportunity to develop a career in an Insurance Broking role in the future.
To be successful in this role you will have a minimum of two years experience in administration, ideally having experience working in the insurance industry, preferably with a Broker.  Additionally, a tertiary qualification in insurance and/or administration would be beneficial for this position.
Employees receive the benefit of a Group Life Plan that includes Income Protection and Life Insurance and annual Travel Insurance. Onsight Parking is available and a 4pm Friday finish.
If you believe you are the right person for this role, apply now by sending your resume coupled with a cover letter to Tracey McCluskey at *****@mccluskey.com.au + click to reveal by  Friday 8th June, 2018.
Only successful applicants will be contacted.
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Administration Assistant   Our client is a global leader in the transport and logistics sector.
 
They require an experienced Administration Assistant to join their team on a temporary basis working 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.
 
Key duties and responsibilities include:
Answering a high volume of incoming calls Reviewing and reporting inbound delivery dockets Data entry Providing administrative support to management
 
To be successful in this position you must have:
A high attention to detail The ability to meet deadlines The ability to adapt to systems Experience working in the transport industry Excellent communication skills
 
This position is offering an immediate start for the successful candidate.
 
If this sounds like you, please hit the APPLY button and attach a current resume.
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Shane Wilson Painting is adding to our established and reliable team and are looking for:
Qualified Painter/Tradesman
Experienced Site Foreman/Painter - Company vehicle and phone included in package
To be a suitable candidate you must have the following:
Trade Certificate
Drivers Licence
Own Vehicle
Must be reliable and available for immediate start.
We offer above award wages with full time employment.
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Kelly Trotter Motor Group has an exciting role within the industry to offer you.
Long term job offer, excellent working conditions and located in a busy Newcastle area.
We are looking for:
Would suit 4th year apprentice or Fully Qualified Mechanic with experience in the Australian Automotive Industry Holden / Mitsubishi / Suzuki experience beneficial (not essential) Team working abilities Work well under pressure Works well within a team and at the same time, a self-starter Current drivers licence is essential with the ability to drive a manual vehicle A high drive to succeed and a positive attitude, along with passion and enthusiasm
If you believe you have the relevant skills and / or experience to fulfil this role please forward your details / resume to *****@ktmg.com.au + click to reveal
All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
 
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Manager - Tender and Commercial Projects
Newcastle Based - Broadmeadow Leadership Position Supportive Management Team

Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) is a vital part of the transport supply chain and the economic development of Australia. Working across five states they maintain 8,500km rail network to deliver cost efficient, reliable, safe and responsible transport. Specialising in moving large volumes of freight from coal to fresh produce to grain and aggregates.
The Job Opportunity
Operating within a dynamic and complex business, reporting to the General Manager of Asset Development, this position will be responsible for the design, development, commercial effectiveness and evaluation of fit for purpose tenders and contractual engagements used in the Hunter Valley team to deliver key network maintenance and infrastructure used by customers.
The successful candidate will require the ability to engage with various stakeholders in order to service the specific requirements of individual projects, whilst operating within an environment that requires high levels of probity, corporate governance and a commercial focus on providing value for money to ARTC’s customers.
Key Responsibilities:
Develop contract documentation including tender schedules and commercial evaluations that demonstrate value, composition of costs and linkages to corporate budgets. Management of the tender and contractor engagement process used within Project teams to ensure that procurement activities, including probity and financial delegations are delivered in line with expectations. Provide commercial and contract risk profiles advice to Managers for key projects, ensure holistic risk based assessments are completed. Build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders. Manage people and situations, enable and empower staff. Through the contract team, provide service and advice to the teams on the contract administration process within the terms of the approved agreements from execution through to contract close out. Leading the people reporting to the Manager commercial and contractual engagement consistent with ARTC values. Providing a service and support to teams in the preparation of requests for tenders to potential contractors, consultants and subcontractors.
The Successful Candidate
Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate others to achieve objectives. Minimum of 10 years’ experience in the design, development, tendering and direct management of contractual engagements across infrastructure or construction projects.’ Extensive experience in the drafting of tender and contract documents and development of commercial business cases supporting these contracts. Demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills. Solid regulatory and compliance knowledge. Sound knowledge in the avoidance, management and settlement of contractual claims. A clear understanding of probity, governance and ethical practices within a large organisation.
What’s in it for you?
Leadership role within ARTC. Opportunity to assist with longer term strategic direction. Rewarding remuneration package. Opportunity to make a change and create a difference
To apply, please click on the below link. For a confidential discussion, please contact Simon Rutten on *****23 + click to reveal.
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International SOS provides clinical staff to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) across NSW & ACT. Our employees play a vital role in ensuring our Airforce, Army and Naval personnel are both physically and mentally equipped to protect our country. These on-base roles are both highly rewarding and challenging.
 
What's in it for you?
Casual work that is flexible to suit your committments- job share... or odd days here and there... what ever works for you!
You will working in an environment with a fit and mainly healthy workforce, who are motivated to get better
You will be provided with the opportunity to participate in ongoing learning and development opportunities,
The facilities are well equipped with all the tools (and more) necessary to get the job done
We use a paperless timesheet system and rostering App from your tablet or smart phone!

 
What will you do?
Coordinate/supervise sick parades, including triage, assessment, outpatient and inpatient treatment, inoculations parades and health promotion services;
Delivery and assessment of nursing interventions including medication administration, Intravenous therapies, physical assessment and patient intervention;
Development and maintenance of patient care plans and documentation of patient progress;
Coordinate/supervise medical appointments including admission to Defence inpatient facilities and civilian hospitals;
Providing health support through attendance at activities/incidents within the military area;
Escort patients between health facilities as necessary;
Supervision of Enrolled Nurses (EN) and Medical Assistants;
Coordination and delivery of education activities to ensure competency of RNs, ENs and Medical Assistants;
Working in consultation with other members of the multidisciplinary team, to provide coordinated care of patients;
Conduct health surveillance and counselling if required;

 
Where would you work?
ADF has various bases across Sydney- if you want to work close to home, then this is the role for you! You can decide when and where you work! Do you like variety? Maybe working job share across different bases? Or do you prefer the peace of mind and consistency of routine? The opportunities are endless with International SOS and Garrison Support Services!
 
 
What do you need to apply?
Looking after the health of our Defence Force, and proactively managing health issues is paramount! In order to do so, we require our applicants to:
Be an Australian Citizen (Baseline Security Clearances can only be granted to Australian Citizens)
Have the ability to hold Baseline Security Clearance / Australian Federal Police Check
Be a Registered Nurse division 1, holding a current unconditional registration with APHRA
Have a Minimum of 2 years post registration acute nursing experience; with demonstrated recency of practice is one or more of the following acute clinical specialities; medical, surgical, accident & emergency and high dependency

 
These roles provide an exciting and challenging opportunity, for clinicians who are interested in stepping out of their comfort zone. If you're interested in discussing these opportunities further, don't hesitate to email: *****@internationalsos.com + click to reveal OR call *****49 + click to reveal
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B/DOUBLE & SINGLE TIPPER TRUCK DRIVERS
Experienced drivers required to Transport scrap steel Sydney-Newcastle-
Port Kembla & Country areas. HC & MC License. Min. 2 yrs tipping exp.
Please email Resume with Current RMS printout to:  *****@hornbytrans.com.au + click to reveal
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Ever considered a career in Civil Design of Local Government Infrastructure? Exciting and professionally rewarding opportunities for Civil Engineers or Technical Officers available.
Our excellent career opportunities include:
Technical Officer / Engineer - Permanent fulltime
Salary Range - $72k - $98k including 9.5% Super
Principal Design Engineer – 3 year fixed term, fulltime - Leaseback vehicle
Salary Range - $113k to $119k including 9.5% Super + 3.5% CLA + Leaseback Vehicle
To Apply:
To apply for these positions please visit www.wsc.nsw.gov.au (Careers @ Council) to view the position description. Please complete the online application process by submitting your Resume and addressing the selection criteria as part of the on-line application.
Please note: the online process allows for two items to be uploaded i.e. Resume and Covering Letter.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Peter Smith, Manager Design & Construction on *****61 + click to reveal.
Applications close: Monday 11 June 2018

Only candidates with the right to work in Australia will be considered for the position.
 
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An exciting opportunity exists for a Paediatric Speech Pathologist to join a team of 30+ medical and health professionals at EDUCARE Specialest Services.   
Unique Life-Style & Professional Opportunity    
If you are  attracted to proximity to beaches, the Hunter Valley and Lake Macquarie, or if you are interested in exploring the benefits of private practice with significant financial and professional rewards, or wanting to explore another professional experience, then you may wish to consider this  position in  Charlestown/Newcastle.
This role provides an opportunity to work within a multi-disciplinary practice including working closely with Consultant Psychiatrists, Paediatricians, Clinical and Developmental Psychologists, other Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists.
There is provision for a highly competitive remuneration package plus incentives, flexible work hours and PD opportunities. 
This can be designed as a full or part-time position to suit both parties.
Position Context                                                     
EDUCARE Specialist Services was established as a private practice in Warners Bay in 1998, moving into new state of the art facilities at Charlestown in Jan 2011. 
The practice incorporates: Medical Specialties of Psychiatry and Paediatrics; Clinical, Educational and Developmental Psychologists; Behavioural Therapists; Speech-Language Pathologists; and Occupational Therapists.
This is a unique professional opportunity to work in an outstanding private inter-disciplinary setting that provides a highly supportive and positive work environment. 
Additionally, full administrative support is provided within an integrated IT management system thereby allowing clinicians to concentrate on the delivery of clinical work.
EDUCARE has a very strong GP, school, agency and 'word of mouth' referral base which would enable you to develop a very strong caseload.
EDUCARE works with pre-school to young adult clients across all speech, language and literacy areas. Our key offerings include formal assessments, screenings and therapy across a wide range of speech, language, literacy and learning difficulties and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our bespoke therapy resources speak for themselves!
Depending on experience, facilitating a range of social group programs with support for new program initiatives
This position will be well remunerated and will include professional development and mentoring,.  .  .
Essential Criteria
A degree in Speech Pathology Experience with standardised assessments Commitment to client outcomes and evidence based practice A Working with Children Check 
Desirable Criteria
Medicare registration Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a support team environment Experience within a private practice setting Social skills facilitator experience
Application Procedure
Please submit a summary covering letter and your CV. 
Applications should be submitted to the following email address:  *****@educare.net.au + click to reveal 
For further information about EDUCARE visit the website: www.educare.net.au
Dr A Youlden, Director EDUCARE Specialist Services *****98 + click to reveal
 
 
 
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The Cottage is an award-winning restaurant located in Scone in the Upper Hunter Valley and has gained a reputation as one of the top restaurants in the region producing some of the finest dry aged beef in the country. This is a great opportunity
to further your skills under the guidance of a talented and passionate leader. You will work with a small team consistently delivering above expectations to all our guests. With the right attitude you will advance and take on additional responsibilities.

The role demands:
- Reliable and flexible, your working week is split shifts Tuesday to Saturday, occasional Sundays)
- Hard working with a positive attitude
- Attention to detail
- Be on top of food trends as
you will be called on to create menu specials that keep regular diners coming back.

The successful applicant will have the following skills and attributes:
- Strong background in a la carte
- Impeccable technical knowledge with experience in all cooking techniques and styles
- Can handle the pressure
in a fast paced kitchen
- A true passion food
-  Team player
- Butchering skills or the desire to learn how to break down an animal
- Good written and oral communication skills

If you have a desire to be a prominent member of our team, have a strong work ethic, passion for hospitality and enjoy the challenges of a busy environment, then please submit your application including current CV and cover letter to *****@thecottagescone.com + click to reveal

Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia. Salary based on experience and relocation assistance can be considered. No sponsorship offered.
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About Us
GMS is a family owned mining contracting business. We are a strong, experienced company with a solid reputation for delivering safe and quality projects across the country. Operating as one team, you will be joining an innovative group of employees who each have an unwavering commitment to our values, and to the safety and wellbeing of each other, our contractors and communities.
Our Asset Management & Mining team specialize in the project management and delivery of mining equipment maintenance.  Our asset maintenance services include Non-Destructive Testing, Heavy Diesel Fitters, Auto Electricians and Maintenance Management Services.  Our ability to efficiently mobilize and operate effectively in some of the country's most logistically complex and remote locations is second to none.
About the role
Grieve Mining Services PTY LTD are seeking highly skilled trade qualified Heavy Plant mechanics and Auto Electricians for ongoing commitments to their clients in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales, Gunnedah Region of New South Wales and Central Queensland.
What we are offering
$50 - $60 Hour flat rate
Weekly pay Fully maintained company service vehicle Permanent Full Time Positions Various Rosters Super paid on all hours worked Be part of a family owned company where you are a value to our business Small team with regular team events A diverse & supportive work environment where individuals are encouraged to show initiative Access to a Healthy Foundations and Employee Assistance Program.
Mandatory Skills and Experience
Trade Qualification's certificate of proficiency Previous experience on open cut mining equipment (e.g. Cat/ Liebherr / Komatsu / Hitachi.) Valid Driver's License Current order 41 medical / Drug & Alcohol Screen Excellent troubleshooting and diagnostic skills 3+ years post trade experience Must have Australian work rights mine site experience highly desired A/C ticket highly desired Self-driven work ethic
Desirable Skills and Experience
Current Working at Heights Certificate Current Confined Space Certificate Current MDG25 Certificate
How to Apply
Click the Apply Now button below or if you are wanting more information regarding the role or our company contact Andrew Grieve *****57 + click to reveal or *****@grieveminingservices.com.au + click to reveal
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Finance & Administration Officer
The Organisation
Kurri Kurri Community Services is one of the most experienced and successful community service providers in the Newcastle and Hunter Region. Kurri Kurri Community Services works to empower and enrich individuals and the community through the provision of high quality, timely service and program options. We have a proud tradition of providing support services that promote individual preference and choice.
What we're looking for
KKCS have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Finance & Administration Officer to work within the Hunter Community Services Team.  This role is for an average 60 hours per fortnight with the potential for additional hours at peak periods.
The Role
The Finance and Administration Officer – Hunter Community Services role is an integral part in ensuring that the Hunter Community Services business unit finances run smoothly.  The role is responsible for the major aspects of the financial management of Hunter Community Services including financial processing, financial management reporting, the management of client finances and end of month and year financial processes, auditing and acquittal processes.
The role will provide high-level administration and operational finance support to the Business Unit Manager for Hunter Community Services and is responsible to the Chief Financial Officer of Kurri Kurri Community Services for delivery of business unit financial management within the overall organisation processes and adherence to corporate finance policies, process and procedures.
Some of the day-to-day duties and responsibilities will typically include, but not be limited to:
Effectively administer and contribute to the management of operations and systems established for the successful administrative functioning of the business unit/service; which include, financial processing and reporting, client invoicing, the processing of payroll documentation in accordance with KKCS policies and procedures Management of debtors and creditors within the Business Unit Home Care Package clients SDC budgets End of month process and reporting Undertake data entry and maintenance of records to ensure that the reporting needs of management are met and databases maintained in accordance with KKCS policies and procedures or relevant funding body guidelines and requirements Assist with the coordination of relevant assets and physical resources in line with budgets Manage impress systems and ordering of all supplies   Other finance and administrative duties as required
 
Essential Criteria
Recent experience in providing quality financial, administrative and secretarial support Strong numerical and analytical skills with basic accounting knowledge and skills in financial processing and maintenance of financial records Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and organisational timeframes Intermediate skills in computer software applications and technologies, including the Microsoft Office suite of programs TCM, MYOB and Internet Explorer Demonstrated problem solving, time management and task prioritisation skills including the ability to achieve quality outcomes under pressure and within deadlines Effective interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal; and the ability to develop and foster relationships within a team and the ability to work independently to deliver results and outcomes
Genuine desire to provide the best quality care for Aged Clients and people with disabilities Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work and communicate effectively with participants, their families, community agencies and other professionals Ability to work in a very busy environment and to work both independently and as a part of a team Valid Australian Driver’s Licence
 
Desirable:
Experience in Aged Care administration and rostering service delivery Experience in using MYOB EXO Employer Services and/or MyStaffInfo for timesheet and leave management Experience working in a not-for-profit organisation/industry highly desirable but not essential
The Benefits
We offer employees a supportive work environment with challenges and opportunities to expand your skills and knowledge in the Community Services Sector
A family friendly workplace Flexibility and work life balance Ongoing skill development Access to great salary packaging benefits
 
How to Apply
KKCS is an EEO Employer and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities. Applicants from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island background are encouraged to apply.
Applicants are required to provide work related reference checks and undergo a National Criminal Record Check
This position is classified as child-related work. All applicants must provide their own Working with Children Check (paid employment) clearance from the NSW Office of Children’s Guardian. Further information may be obtained from the website www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au
Please email Resume and Cover Letter to People, Safety & Culture Manager  *****@kkcs.org.au + click to reveal
Applications close on 8th June 2018.
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Manager Primary Care Quality and Improvement
Fixed Term Full-time, Location Erina or Newcastle

Management Level 5 Grade 1 - $98,197 to Grade 4 $116,231.17
HNECC PHN are seeking to appoint a Manager Primary Care Quality and Improvement purpose of this role is to provide support to the Executive Manager and broader organisation in the management of projects, budgets and the engagement of key stakeholders. 
The Manager Primary Care Quality and Improvement is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with stakeholders such as healthcare providers, Local Health Districts, local government and non-government organisations.  This role is also responsible for managing a number of projects according to the organisation needs and in-line with the project management framework.  Projects are likely to include both internal and external stakeholders across a range of organisations.  The final main area of responsibility is to support the Executive Manager in the development, monitoring and reporting of project budgets.
Why Work for the PHN?
The PHN is a values driven organisation, we are proud of our team culture and the great benefits we can offer our staff, such as:
 Salary packaging of $15,900 that includes generous tax-free benefits and additionally up to $2,650 for approved meal entertainment claims
Supported professional development and conference attendance Flexibility Supportive team environment Collaboration with passionate likeminded professionals
  Full time fixed term contract until 30.06.21 pending Commonwealth funding agreements.
 All applicants will be required to complete the selection criteria, which can be found with the current Position Description on our external jobs board at
 https://hcm613.peoplestreme.net/hneccphn2ne2017/erec_external.asp
 Remember to complete all questions offered and submit with a current Resume.
 Any enquiries should be directed to John Baillie via email *****@hneccphn.com.au + click to reveal
 Applications close 9am 22nd June 2018
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About the business and the role
Newcastle Weighing Services Pty Ltd is a market leader in the Australian Weighing Industry specialising in the supply, installation, calibration and maintenance of weighing equipment since 1976.  Employing over 35 staff at our Newcastle head office, we are a customer focused organisation.
We are seeking a HC Driver/Trades Assistant to join our team at our head office at Wickham(Newcastle).
This is a very good opportunity to join a long established company with exceptional job security, that prides itself on a supportive, friendly and positive working enviornment.
Job tasks and responsibilities
This position will suit a person who can work within a diverse and fast paced, changing environment who possesses the ability to work within a team, with the highest regards placed on exceptional customer service and safety.
Trade experience is not required however an interest or mindset in a mechanical or electrical field would assist you in this role. 
You would be responsible to operate and drive our mobile calibration unit (semi-trailer) along with assisting our technicians with repairs and on site work. Forklift licence preferred but not essential. Please note: the successful applicant MUST be available to travel as and when required with overnight stays. Going away expenses are paid by the company.
 
Skills and experience
The following criteria are ESSENTIAL to the role
HC Licence Travel as and when required with overnight stays Excellent customer service Good written and verbal skills Excellent time management Attention to detail and accuracy
 
 
Apply to
 If you feel that you may be suitable for the role please email a covering letter and resume to the Operations Manager at *****@nws.com.au + click to reveal. Applications close 05/06/2018
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Chandler Macleod are looking for Trade Qualified Electricians for ongoing work in Newcastle and surrounding areas.
To be successful in this role you will require:
• Electrical Trade Certificate
• Proven problem solving abilities
• High level computer literacy
• Forklift licence
• A strong commitment to safety
• Ability to work autonomously
• Demonstrated experience and skills in a Heavy Industry maintenance role
• Be reliable and have a good attitude
Must be able to work shift work and pass a pre-employment medical including a drug and alcohol screen.
Don’t Miss these great opportunities, click the “APPLY” button NOW to start your application or call *****77 + click to reveal Ellen Finn for more information.
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Exciting opportunity for an experienced stakeholder manager to join a dynamic team Temporary part-time role available for up to 2 years, NSW location negotiable Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Water Branch is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer, Water Relationships to join their Intergovernmental and Strategic Stakeholder Relations team on a part-time basis.
As a Senior Project Officer, Water Relationships you will assist Water policy groups to develop effective communication strategies aimed at improving the communities understanding of the NSW Government’s priorities for water management.
You will also be responsible for managing an external stakeholder engagement strategy and facilitate its integration into project and policy management activities across our Water Branch. This will include preparing Ministerial correspondence, drafting communications material, and supporting  innovative communications web-based and social media platforms.
To learn more about the role, please click here to view the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Proven experience developing and managing communication and stakeholder engagement strategies Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to build collaborative working relationships Strong project management skills with proven experience in delivering multiple complex initiatives and strategies Excellent communication, analytical and negotiation skills Ability to exercise a high level of discretion and judgement when dealing with sensitive or contentious matters Ability to manage your own workload in the face of competing demands and priorities within tight timeframes
About Us
We strive to achieve excellence and understand that strong leadership is critical to our success. We pride ourselves on sourcing exceptional, high calibre talent and provide employees with the opportunity to work with and be developed by inspirational leaders.
Our Water Branch exists to efficiently manage water in NSW with the objective to create a contemporary government water agency focused on planning and policy, regulation, information and insights, and programs and performance. Our Intergovernmental and Strategic Stakeholder Relations team develops intergovernmental policy and leads negotiations with other jurisdictions in relation to water management, including the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of their resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Sunday 3 June 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries:  Andrew Garratt, Manager Water Relationships on *****29 + click to reveal
A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.
The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
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Exciting opportunity for an experienced stakeholder manager to join a dynamic team Temporary part-time role available for up to 2 years, NSW location negotiable Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Water Branch is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer, Water Relationships to join their Intergovernmental and Strategic Stakeholder Relations team on a part-time basis.
As a Senior Project Officer, Water Relationships you will assist Water policy groups to develop effective communication strategies aimed at improving the communities understanding of the NSW Government’s priorities for water management.
You will also be responsible for managing an external stakeholder engagement strategy and facilitate its integration into project and policy management activities across our Water Branch. This will include preparing Ministerial correspondence, drafting communications material, and supporting  innovative communications web-based and social media platforms.
To learn more about the role, please click here to view the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Proven experience developing and managing communication and stakeholder engagement strategies Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to build collaborative working relationships Strong project management skills with proven experience in delivering multiple complex initiatives and strategies Excellent communication, analytical and negotiation skills Ability to exercise a high level of discretion and judgement when dealing with sensitive or contentious matters Ability to manage your own workload in the face of competing demands and priorities within tight timeframes
About Us
We strive to achieve excellence and understand that strong leadership is critical to our success. We pride ourselves on sourcing exceptional, high calibre talent and provide employees with the opportunity to work with and be developed by inspirational leaders.
Our Water Branch exists to efficiently manage water in NSW with the objective to create a contemporary government water agency focused on planning and policy, regulation, information and insights, and programs and performance. Our Intergovernmental and Strategic Stakeholder Relations team develops intergovernmental policy and leads negotiations with other jurisdictions in relation to water management, including the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of their resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Sunday 3 June 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries:  Andrew Garratt, Manager Water Relationships on *****29 + click to reveal
A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.
The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
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Exciting opportunity for an experienced stakeholder manager to join a dynamic team Temporary part-time role available for up to 2 years, NSW location negotiable Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Water Branch is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer, Water Relationships to join their Intergovernmental and Strategic Stakeholder Relations team on a part-time basis.
As a Senior Project Officer, Water Relationships you will assist Water policy groups to develop effective communication strategies aimed at improving the communities understanding of the NSW Government’s priorities for water management.
You will also be responsible for managing an external stakeholder engagement strategy and facilitate its integration into project and policy management activities across our Water Branch. This will include preparing Ministerial correspondence, drafting communications material, and supporting  innovative communications web-based and social media platforms.
To learn more about the role, please click here to view the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Proven experience developing and managing communication and stakeholder engagement strategies Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to build collaborative working relationships Strong project management skills with proven experience in delivering multiple complex initiatives and strategies Excellent communication, analytical and negotiation skills Ability to exercise a high level of discretion and judgement when dealing with sensitive or contentious matters Ability to manage your own workload in the face of competing demands and priorities within tight timeframes
About Us
We strive to achieve excellence and understand that strong leadership is critical to our success. We pride ourselves on sourcing exceptional, high calibre talent and provide employees with the opportunity to work with and be developed by inspirational leaders.
Our Water Branch exists to efficiently manage water in NSW with the objective to create a contemporary government water agency focused on planning and policy, regulation, information and insights, and programs and performance. Our Intergovernmental and Strategic Stakeholder Relations team develops intergovernmental policy and leads negotiations with other jurisdictions in relation to water management, including the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of their resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Sunday 3 June 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries:  Andrew Garratt, Manager Water Relationships on *****29 + click to reveal
A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.
The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
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Role
The primary focus of the role is to support enterprise grade Windows\VMware\Hyper-v environments with a first-class customer experience. An experienced Engineer with a Wintel background is required to assist deliver remote support services to customers predominately located in Australia and New Zealand.
Candidate:
The successful candidate will have a strong customer focus with a service first mentality. Candidates will need to demonstrate effective technical and communication skills with attention to detail. We are looking for adaptable, curious and tenacious people to fit into our highly skilled team.
To be considered for this position you will have:
Excellent understanding of these Virtualisation platforms (Vmware ESXi/Vcenter, Hyper-V Failover Clusters). Demonstrated knowledge of the Microsoft product suite (AD/Exchange + DAG/SQL/Sharepoint/RDS/GPOs/DNS) A passion to learn Enterprise Technology Good troubleshooting skills across a range of technologies. Excellent documentation skills Ability to work autonomously and in a team environment. 5+ years in the IT Sector.
It would be favoured if you also have:
Current professional IT certifications such as VMware VCP 5/6, MCSA/MCSE 2012, ITIL
Experience working with infrastructure such as SANs, Fibre Channel/iSCSI Networking, HPE Blade and Rack servers. Working knowledge of Active Directory/Exchange/Server and range of Microsoft related skills such as RDS/Group Policy. Experience of working with numerous customers in an external role such as MSP. Backup and Tape Technologies. A security centric mindset.
Responsibilities
Work within the ITIL framework for Incident, change and problem management out of a ticketing system.
Take ownership of technical escalations and customer requests and work towards resolving them within the SLAs defined in the Statement of Work. Perform BAU work and assist on projects where your skillset is suitable. Provide all of the technical deliverables in SoW relevant to specialisation. Provide support assistance on non-specialisation technologies. Document procedures and environments. Management and maintenance of the infrastructure across various clients. Be responsible for ensuring assigned jobs are completed within SLAs Performing regular maintenance such as Windows patching, Firmware upgrades to hardware, Application upgrades, virtual server builds/upgrades/migrations.
What can we offer you?
This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a great team in a stimulating and rewarding work environment and also enjoy the excellent benefits and career opportunities that a global IT leader offers.
If you are interested click on the APPLY NOW button and send through an updated copy of your CV immediately.
If you wish to discuss this opportunity further please call Deepika Phogat on (02)…show number