• Are you ready for a fresh start in 2018?
• Are you looking to take your first step in the market research industry?
• Are you retired and need something to keep you busy over the weekends?
• Or maybe you know someone who is looking at getting a new weekend job?

Make the most of the nice weather by doing a job that sees you out and about, interviewing and surveying people, all whilst making good money!

This is an opportunity to join the fantastic team of interviewers at Roy Morgan, one of Australia’s best known and longest established market research and public opinion polling companies. We have several vacancies all over Adelaide for motivated, positive, confident people within our Face-to-Face Market Research department.

What’s involved?
- Casual, ongoing weekend roles – no selling or promotions involved!
- Earn up to $400 a weekend working autonomously and close to home
- Conduct interviews and surveys with people in your assigned area, without prior appointments

In order to be successful in your application, you must meet the following criteria:
- Ability to commit to weekend shifts (Saturdays and Sundays 9.30am-5.30pm)
- Have a valid driver’s license, and access to a reliable vehicle (you will be paid for mileage)
- Eligible work rights in Australia
- Basic computer skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Proven track record of being self-sufficient, reliable and committed to completing assigned tasks
- Have the confidence to knock on doors and survey respondents, following a scripted interview
- Previous experience in a similar role is not mandatory, but will be looked upon favourably

Complete training will be provided to all successful applicants.

If you think you have what it takes, email us on ***** + click to reveal with your resume. Please include which suburb you live in.
The Company
Codan Limited provides robust and leading edge technology solutions that solve customers' safety, security and productivity problems in the harshest environments on earth.    With exports representing 85% of our revenues, our products are sold into more than 150 countries around the world.
Codan Radio Communications is a leading international designer and manufacturer of premium communications solutions. We deliver our capability worldwide for the military, defence, humanitarian, peacekeeping, commercial, security and public safety markets.
The Radio Communications division is continually expanding to develop opportunities in the market globally. 
Headquartered in modern, stunning facilities in Technology Park, our core values of can-do, high performing, customer driven and openness and integrity, reflect not only our business, but our people. 
Key Requirements 
We are looking for a Graphic UI Designer to join the team with focus on:  
Translating requirements into wireframes and mockups that lead to intuitive user experiences Executing visual design as a part of team to meet user and business goals Collaborating on user experience planning with key stakeholders Proven experience designing icon-based visuals Transform ideas and mockups into high fidelity concepts and designs Work with engineering teams to advocate for users and develop designs that deliver value and emphasis ease-of-use Evangelize and advance organization's understanding and adoption of user experience best practices, tools and documentation 
Why Codan?
Ability to collaborate with a  professional multi-disciplined team who are passionate and proud to develop and deliver high quality products An opportunity to work in a newly renovated first class facility in Technology Park at Mawson Lakes Expertise working with applications such as Photoshop, illustrator required
Why You?
Demonstrable experience of user centered design processes Experience with using and creating user interface design patterns Deep understanding of usability and accessibility standards Required to manage time against deadlines and demonstrate the ability to adapt diverse challenges and competing priorities Knowledge of the latest UX best practices 
Candidate enquiries welcome ***** + click to reveal
 To apply please include your portfolio along with a resume and cover letter addressing why you would be a great fit for the role 
Human Resources Business Partner
Every day we deliver a premium service to our customers, but we don’t stop there. We have an unrivalled network, an 11,000 team comprising 134 nationalities, male and female, who share common values that drive our shared desire to make a difference for customers. Our passion for people means we’re always looking to grow our team, and provide even greater experiences for our employees.
As a Freight handler, you will require excellent planning and organisation skills with positive customer service presence in the depot.  This position requires you to work in a regulated workplace that prides itself on meeting strict deadlines in a schedule driven environment. Part of the key to your success is your experience in building relationships with colleagues.
The successful applicant will be responsible for providing superior customer service through the timely sortation of freight.
Safely hand loading and unloading of freight
Provide exceptional customer service to colleagues  
Ensure that the security of all consignments is upheld in line with Company policy
Complete all dispatch documentation/ scanning in accordance with Company policy
Ensure Company equipment and facilities are correctly maintained

What you’ll need:
Current Forklift License
Possess initiative and a strong work ethic
Good planning and organizational skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Possess initiative and a strong work ethic
Professional presentation in accordance with company dress standards
The ability to make a positive contribution within a team environment

If you’re ready to put our customers first, we’d love to talk to you. At StarTrack, we’re focused on people, on teamwork and on helping you get the job done.  Since joining forces with Australia Post, StarTrack are stronger than ever before, and can now offer both business and consumer markets an unrivalled range of parcel, freight, express, courier and international solutions – all under one banner. Our new combined business brings the trust, reach and convenience that Australia Post is known for, together with the premium service standards of standards of StarTrack, to create the largest parcels, freight logistics provider in the country. And as the largest logistics provider in the country, we know a thing or two about delivery.
Apply for a job with StarTrack today, and be part of our exciting future.    
We are committed to being an equal opportunity employer with a diverse workforce.
Enquiries: *****  + click to reveal
An opportunity exists for a trade qualified motor mechanic. 'Metro Service Centre' requires a full-time qualified motor mechanic. Workshop is located in Hendon, suburb of Adelaide. Workshop is fully equipped with the latest equipment. Applicable Award Wages will be paid.
Apply via email; ***** + click to reveal
Full time maintenance/ handyman required. Preferably with a trade background or previous experience in this role.
Commercial & residential maintenance and renovation work.
Forward moving company with a great team.

Please email your resume to ***** + click to reveal
Please do not phone. Suitable applicants will be contacted.

Hi, we are looking for an experienced cook who can work in fast paced italian cafe at glenelg south. 20+hours for the right candidates. Thanks Call or msz Sonny *****45 + click to reveal

I am hosting 25 people for a taco night on 14/2 and I would like a cook to come (or do at home and deliver) and cook about 15 kilos of mince, chop lettuce, tomatoes and make guacamole dip - cook on 13/2 ok

The Town of Walkerville is located on the fringe of Adelaide’s CBD and is a home to almost 8,000 residents. The Town is the smallest council in inner metropolitan Adelaide and covers just 3.5 square kilometres. The Town of Walkerville remains the only council in inner metropolitan council to have retained its “Town” status.
The residents of the Town of Walkerville are serviced by a dedicated and passionate group of professional staff who work tirelessly for the Town. Staff recognise the uniqueness of the community they serve and strive every day to exceed community expectations. The five key values of The Town of Walkerville underpin all that they do:
Integrity & responsibility; Accessibility & responsiveness; Commitment to learning; Open and inclusive approach to decision making; Sustainable management of our natural and built environments.
Recently the organisation has undertaken a “whole of Council” structural review which has resulted in the creation of four Group Manager roles. Supporting these roles are key positions in the Council including the Property & Contracts Officer. The Property & Contracts Officer position, which reports to the Group Manager Corporate Services, has become available for a suitably qualified and experienced candidate.
The Role
The Property & Contracts Officer is a key position within the Town of Walkerville. The role is responsible for:
Management of Councils’ property portfolio; Auditing existing contracts; Developing and maintaining a contracts, leases and licenses register; Administrating existing contracts, leases and licences; Negotiating terms and conditions of new contracts and extensions for existing contracts in consultation with the CEO and Group Manager; Production of Committee and Council reports as required;
Other responsibilities include managing applications for the use of public land, management, review and monitoring of Councils Community Land Management Plans.
The Person
With organisational wide responsibility for Council property, contracts and leases, the ideal candidate will have a strong track record that includes:
Experience in project management as it relates to Council’s property asset plan;
Excellence in service delivery across various sites controlled by Council (either through direct ownership, Council as a landlord, Council as a tenant or Council holding an interest); Experience in maintaining and managing a register of all leases, licences, permits relating to Councils real property. Sound negotiating skills Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Experience in local government
Supporting your experience and track record of success will be formal qualifications in Asset Management, Property, Contracts, law or a related field.
To Apply
For further information about our client please visit
Position descriptions can be obtained by emailing ***** + click to reveal .
Interested? Like to know more? For a confidential discussion contact Adam Kennedy from AME Recruitment on *****00 + click to reveal. Adam can be contacted afterhours on *****58 + click to reveal.
Applications in Word format only can be made directly via Seek.
To apply please submit your resume and a covering letter detailing your track record of success in a similar position and what key attributes you believe set you apart from all other applicants.
Applications close 5.00pm Monday 5th February 2018.
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 ***** + click to reveal [mailto:*****] + 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
Do you want to make a difference? Want to feel like you are working for something bigger than the bottom line? Then this could be the job for you!
Uniting Communities are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Payroll Officer to join our People and Culture team. This position is permanent, part time (38 hours per fortnight) based in the Adelaide CBD.
About Us
Uniting Communities is a leading not-for-profit community service organisation in South Australia. With over 1,500 employees and volunteers, we offer a range of multi-dimensional services across the State. Our vision is of a compassionate, respectful and just community in which all people participate and flourish. We support individuals and communities through quality service delivery and advocacy.
About The Role
The Payroll Officer is responsible for assisting with the end-to-end delivery of the fortnightly payroll process. Key duties and responsibilities include:
Ensure the integrity of the payroll data at all times Process and review time and attendance data and employee entitlements Produce, review and distribute payroll reports Assist employees and external stakeholders with payroll queries
The Position Description can be accessed below.
About You
The successful candidate will have:
Experience in a similar position processing end-to-end payroll A proactive and continuous improvement focussed mindset Excellent interpersonal skills Knowledge of and experience using payroll software Intermediate Excel skills
About the Remuneration
Uniting Communities' employees may take advantage of significant salary packaging arrangements which provide substantial financial benefits. In addition, employees may access flexible working arrangements, development opportunities, an Early Intervention Physio Program and discounted banking and private health insurance.
Your Application
Please attach a cover letter addressing the Position Description and a current resume including the names of 2 current referees.
As an organisation we take the responsibility to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults very seriously and all staff recruited to work in those areas are required to sign off on and work within our code of conduct and undergo relevant pre employment checks.
Enquiries: Anne O'Loughlin
Ph: *****37 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 24/01/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Confidentially Call or SMS Mariam on *****52 + click to reveal
Breaking away from a smaller environment can be tough however this larger environment offers superior support and genuine care in your future development. A move here will unravel several benefits and support from monetary to social. Study support is heavily provided with extra days off if you need, direct support from the Partners and generous reimbursements for study costs too. Your work days will not be the same. You will get broad exposure in tax advice and advisory;  face to face client contact is regular, compliance work becomes outsourced offshore for you to develop your client relationships. As the firm is highly regarded in both international and national markets your clients are diverse and complex. ASX listed, multinational companies, SME’s and HNW groups are just a few the portfolios you will be dealing with turnovers exceeding $250M. Additional clients come from industries not limited to but include construction, consulting, retail, medical and NGO’s. The Partners come from Big-4 and mid-tier background – this will help develop your technical abilities as they have come from different specialities and divisions.
The culture here revolves around having a lifestyle outside of the office as well as within. With a young employee base – benefit from social activities inside and outside of work hours. Team lunches, soccer games during lunch and weekly Friday drinks are a proven success to their "Work Hard and Play Hard mentality".

Ideally you will be completing the CA Program with 2+ years experience in public practice.
Apply in confidence to ***** and + click to reveal I will get back to you before I approach the client.
Not Interested?
As a leading specialist in Accounting Recruitment in Adelaide (including; Felixstow, Evandale, Sheidow Park, Ohalloran Hill, Aldgate, Seaview Downs, Clarence Gardens, Ridgehaven, Torrensville, Flinders Park), I can provide you with either;
A select industry choice on your criteria Remuneration package and career advice Applicable market information
Even if you are in receipt of an offer or waiting for one, you can only benefit in comparing without obligation on a confidential basis. I have multiple options for Accountants from Graduate up to Partner level. Feel free to contact me (all hours).
Mariam Awad
Accounting specialist
*****52 + click to reveal / *****00 + click to reveal
Call/SMS, obligation free confidential discussion
We are looking for a well-presented individual who prides themselves on their strong work ethic, being punctual and organised.
The successful applicant must possess
Certificate III or IV in Dental Assisting At least two years' experience working within an Australian Dental Practice. Current Police clearance and immunisation serology records for employment purposes
For more information and to apply, please email your resume to ***** + click to reveal
Senior Metallurgist – Lead Production
Port Pirie
Who we are
Nyrstar is a leading global multi-metals company, producing significant quantities of essential resources - zinc and lead, as well as other metals such as silver, gold and copper. We are present across the globe with Mining and Smelting Operations in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, with our Corporate Headquarters located in Zurich, Switzerland.
Overview of the role
Applications are invited for the position of Senior Metallurgist within the Lead Production Department based in Port Pirie, South Australia. 
Reporting directly to the Manager - Technology, the Senior Metallurgist's primary objectives are to achieve stable plant production and to identify areas of technical improvements, providing solutions to processing/metallurgical problems within the plant. The Senior Metallurgist must have an overall business view that gives the best sustainable financial result for the business through the provision of technical leadership to the Sinter Acid Fume teams.
Key responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to:
Provide technical expertise and leadership to the Lead Production team. Champion identified projects to meet both short and long term goals. Identify process problems early, find solutions, document the problem/solution and share learnings. Lead & Mentor a team of metallurgists; assist in the development of process knowledge for the technical team, plant and site. Drive plant improvement and evaluate improvement ideas Manage process risks, including safety, environmental and production Develop response plans for process upsets Drive outcomes that are best for business, realising Full Potential
Essential Profile:
Formal qualification in Chemical Engineering, Metallurgy or similar Demonstrated experience in mining, metals, resources industry 5+ years in a comparable Metallurgical/Chemical Engineering role High levels of technical competence, problem solving ability A strong track record of implementing plant improvements/innovation Strong Excel skills Strong communication skills Alignment with the Nyrstar Way
What does working for Nyrstar mean?
We employ around 4,300 people across four continents. We are proud of our culture that is based on the Nyrstar Way: prevent harm, keep our word, take bold decisions, be open and honest, create value, use innovative and creative thinking, be driven. We value dynamic and motivated professionals who can demonstrate the elements of the Nyrstar Way.
Our company culture promotes and rewards excellence. As we continue to execute our business strategy, our workforce continues to grow and diversify. We offer a challenging and rewarding career in a company that focuses on business and people development, operational excellence and industry leadership. An attractive remuneration package is on offer, commensurate with the level of this role.
Please apply via the Seek website application process. For further information please contact HR Superintendent - Julian Blight via email: ***** + click to reveal
About the Role
This role will require an adaptable team player, with the diversity for a broad range of experience working in a trades sales environment, within the welding / mechanical industry. The successful applicant will have strong customer service skills with in-shop retail / trade sales experience.
• Front Counter and Telephone sales
• Provision of quotations via Email
• Basic accounts processing knowledge
• Prepare showroom displays and stock merchandising
• Receiving & Dispatch of stock
Skills & Experience
• Proven sales track record
• Excellent customer service skills
• Cash Handling, Till and Eftpos experience.
• Basic computer skills
• Forklift licence and basic welding knowledge highly desirable
How to Apply
Click Apply to submit your application, or contact Corey on *****07 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
About the Role
This role will require an adaptable team player, with the diversity for a broad range of experience working in a trades sales environment, within the welding / mechanical industry. The successful applicant will have strong customer service skills with in-shop retail / trade sales experience.
• Front Counter and Telephone sales
• Provision of quotations via Email
• Basic accounts processing knowledge
• Prepare showroom displays and stock merchandising
• Receiving & Dispatch of stock
Skills & Experience
• Proven sales track record
• Excellent customer service skills
• Cash Handling, Till and Eftpos experience.
• Basic computer skills
• Forklift licence and basic welding knowledge highly desirable
How to Apply
Click Apply to submit your application, or contact Corey on *****07 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
The Role
This government organisation is seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to provide support to two high level executives. You will be responsible for delivering a range of administrative services in order to maintain and uphold the success of the business. Your duties will include but will not be limited to:
Typing and distributing correspondence Acting as point of contact for clients over the phone and face to face Managing diaries and the daily scheduling of meetings Preparing agendas and minute taking Organising travel and accommodation arrangements Credit card reconciliations Arranging catering and the setup of meeting rooms Other ad hoc administrative duties
The Person

Suitable candidates will need to demonstrate extensive experience working within a government organisation in an Executive Assistant role. You will have strong verbal and written communication skills, sound time management skills and the ability to manage duties with competing demands. Additionally, you will have experience working with confidential information with the ability to maintain this within the workplace.
If you are an experienced, hard-working and approachable individual who is immediately available in the market, click APPLY below. Alternatively for a confidential discussion, contact Belinda Mertin in our Adelaide office on *****49. + click to reveal
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
A leading SA based manufacturer is looking for an experienced welder/boiler maker to assist with its increased workload. 
The position is casual and based in Thebarton.
Required skills: 
Proficient in Arc and Mig welding processes
Fabrication and cutting
Other factory duties as required
To apply for this position please email your application to ***** + click to reveal or send to:
General Manager
101 Port Road
Thebarton SA 5031
Sharp and Carter Construction recruitment specialise in recruiting for Tier 1, 2 and 3 commercial and apartment builders. We are currently seeking Project Manager's, Contract Administrators and Site Manager's that are willing to relocate to Victoria. There is a strong pipeline of construction work for the next two years in Victoria and exciting projects to work on. 
Please call James Wagner for a confidential conversation on *****99. + click to reveal
Labourers are needed in Adelaide - multiple sites, temporary positions and continued work is available
Your new company
This highly respected organisation is well-established in their field of expertise. Due to an increase in work, labourers are required. This organisation is after people who have a fantastic work ethic and are not afraid to get their hands dirty.
Your new role
You will be completing varying roles across a range of projects including domestic, commercial and industrial sites.
What you'll need to succeed
Having prior experience as a labourer, you will also have:
White Card Commercial construction or civil experience Be physically fit and ready for work Must be able to provide a satisfactory reference
Other trade related tickets will be highly regarded.

What you'll get in return
These positions will offer competitive hourly rates and varying work on short to long term projects. Continued work is available. You will also have the opportunity to work on a diverse range of projects all across South Australia from local to regional (depending on your preference).
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your resume. Alternatively ring Sam at Hays Recruitment on *****41 + click to reveal or email directly at ***** + click to reveal [mailto:*****] + click to reveal
A Lead Traffic Engineer is required for a well known Engineering Consultancy's based in Adelaide.  The successful candidate will operate in the Adelaide office and will get the opportunity to work on a diverse project portfolio for private clients, government projects and architects whereby responsible for the traffic planning and design. There will also be the opportunity to lead and mentor a team and interact with clients from a project and commercial/business development perspective.
Skills required: 
You will be an experienced Senior traffic engineer with exposure working on a range of projects, experience within local governments/developers is preferred. Your focus will be on coordinating design and delivery of projects, you will be given the autonomy to develop and build your client relationships and be seen as an integral member of the team. 
7 years plus experience as a Traffic Engineer  Civil Engineering Degree or similar background Experience covering Traffic Impact Assessments and Road Safety Auditing Confident to communicate with a range of stakeholders and build long term relationships Technical understanding of traffic modelling, traffic signal design, road safety audits and construction traffic management
My client works on some of the largest and most highly reputable projects in Australia and this is therefore a unique opportunity to accelerate your career and secure your long term future. Competitive Salary and benefits. 
If you are keen to have a confidential discussion on this opportunity please contact Paul O' Neill on *****00 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal or apply online. 
NEC Australia is a leading technology company that delivers a complete portfolio of ICT solutions and services to large enterprise, small business and government customers. NEC Australia helps customers gain greater business value from their technology investments, by delivering end-to-end technology solutions, encompassing consulting, professional services, application development, systems integration and engineering, communications solutions, and application and infrastructure managed services and support.
NEC Australia offers comprehensive security services to its customers covering a broad spectrum of end-to-end delivery, provisioning, managed and cyber security services.  Each of the security services are focussed on delivering to specific agreed customer requirements with dedicated skilled and experienced security engineers and analysts from locations across Australia.
GSIC (Global Security Intelligence Centre) is a specialised NEC environment located in Adelaide the intent of which is to provide a secure facility for the development and delivery of NEC's Cyber Security services as well as providing technical support to NEC Federal, State and Government and Enterprise customers. 
We are now looking for a Subject Matter Expert - Security to join our team.
This role is a subject matter expert (SME) and part of a team delivering system engineering services within the NEC GSIC environment located in the NEC Adelaide offices.
The primary objective of this role is to work as a subject matter expert (SME) on assigned customer network, and be responsible for ensuring that the subscribed customer security environment and systems are maintained in accordance with contractual deliverables, meeting required Service Level Agreements (SLA).  The role includes project detailed design and installations, working closely with the Project Management Office (PMO); attending customer operations and project meetings as technical SME on various security technologies; and work with closely with the design authority office (DAO).  You will also be responsible for the ongoing day to day complex security operational activities and is the escalation point for customer security requests that cannot be resolved by security engineers; the escalation point on major incident and complex problem management activities; and the mentoring of junior staff when and where required.
Knowledge, skills and experience relevant to this role:
7+ years' experience in a similar role; Solid experience with IT security products via GUI and CLI; Solid understanding of regulations relating to technology risk, data privacy and security compliance; Proven track record and experience in supporting information security devices and procedures; Very good written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal and collaborative skills, and the ability to communicate security and risk-related concepts to technical and non-technical audiences; High level of personal integrity, as well as the ability to professionally handle confidential matters Excellent analytical skills, the ability to manage multiple tasks, as well as the ability to work well in a demanding, dynamic environment and meet overall objectives; Experience and ability to working effectively with industry partners and suppliers; Ability to create detailed design documentation and install complex solutions; Bachelor Degree in IT Security or similar; CCNP or CCIE Security CISSP or CISA
We offer an outstanding working environment and the opportunity to be part of a high performance team. We place great emphasis on our staff satisfaction and have a vigorous professional development program, a fantastic corporate culture and a highly responsive management team. Please apply now or contact Paul at ***** + click to reveal for further information.
NEC is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and candidates from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Ideally, you will have demonstrated experience in presenting to large groups of up to 50 people and have prior experience in delivering workplace training.
Certificate IV in Training & Assessment preferred but not essential.
Client Details
Adecco is delivering workplace and customer service training and induction to a large groups of individuals over 2 days and we require the support of multiple Facilitators and Co-Facilitators in Adelaide.
Your role will be to deliver training material already developed and ensure success learning outcomes in partnership with our project team.
Ideally, you will have demonstrated experience in presenting to large groups of up to 50 people and have prior experience in delivering workplace training. Certificate IV in Training & Assessment preferred but not essential.
Job Offer
Should you be available immediate and have relevant training experience, please email Christine Liew to find out more.
Email: ***** + click to reveal
Contact Christine without delay.