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Are you looking for more freedom and flexibility?
Do you want to be your own boss?
Would you like to work from home and have the ultimate work/life balance?

We are looking for talented individuals who want to work from home and start their own business marketing in-demand Personal Development products online. With the support of a global company we provide successful candidates with a ready-to-go online business portal, a proven 3-step business system, full training and ongoing support to help you grow and manage your new business.
Your responsibilities will include placing simple adverts online, conducting interviews via telephone to qualify candidates, mentoring others and working on your own Personal Development.

No matter where you have worked in the past, whether you are a stay at home mum, a doctor, police officer, a lawyer or a beautician, or already own your own business you do not have to possess any special skills. Our business model is made to be easily followed and used by almost everyone.

YOU WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO:
• Start immediately / part time or full time
• Work from home as well as take your business with you wherever you go
• Earn up to $8000 per sale
• Have the flexibility to work when and where you want
• Have ongoing support from the moment you start your business
• One-on-one training with our experienced advertisers
• Training on how to market line including social media training
• Enjoy healthy work/life balance
• Create financial freedom and the lifestyle of your choice

WHAT WE DO NOT DO:
• NOT MLM
• NO need to hassle family members and friends
• NO stocking products
• NO cold calling
• NO hosting or attending meetings

ARE YOU QUALIFIED?
You want to be self-employed and run your own business
You want to create success in your life
You are motivated to change your circumstances and live life on your terms
You have strong leadership skills
You are willing to learn and follow a simple system
You possess a strong work ethic

If you are ready to live life on your terms by starting your own business in a fun and rewarding industry, Apply Online today and request free information about this one of a kind opportunity.
Go to: http://www.lifestyleseed.com/biz/
NOTE: This is not a job; this is a work from home business opportunity and operating expenses should be expected. All income is earned from the sale of products only. Students need not apply.
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Are you looking for more freedom and flexibility?

Do you want to be your own boss?

Would you like to work from home and have the ultimate work/life balance?

If job hunting has lost its appeal, we present you with a genuine opportunity to change your current circumstances by working for yourself in an established online business.

We are looking for talented individuals who want to work from home and start their own business marketing in-demand Personal Development products online. With the support of a global company we provide successful candidates with a ready-to-go online business portal, a proven 3-step business system, full training and ongoing support to help you grow and manage your new business.

THE OPPORTUNITY:

· Work from home ( anywhere in the world)

· Take your business with you wherever you go

· Earn up to $8000 per sale

· Flexible hours, part -time or full-time

· Simple business system that’s easy to learn

· Low start up compared to a traditional business

· Training and ongoing support


WHAT WE DO NOT DO:

· NOT MLM

· NO need to hassle family members and friends

· NO stocking products

· NO cold calling

· NO hosting or attending meetings


ARE YOU QUALIFIED?

You are self-motivated, willing to learn new skills and enjoy working autonomously.
You are well organised, a good communicator with fluent English and a strong work ethic.
You have an interest in your own personal growth and enjoy helping others.
You have a burning desire to be your own boss and achieve success working for yourself.
You are a big thinker looking to make at least a six figure income by starting your own business.

If you are ready to live life on your terms by starting your own business in a fun and rewarding industry, Apply Online today and request free information about this one of a kind opportunity.

https://www.lifestyleseed.com/biz

NOTE: This is not a job! This is an online business opportunity and there are costs involved in setting up a business. Students need not apply.
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Top Urgent
About the business
Fire Cue Bar & Grill located in the bustling Nobbys Beach is a Modern Australian Charcoal Restaurant, and was voted in the TOP 100  Restaurants QLD in 2017. Headed by owner and well known chef Adam Dundas-Taylor, the restaurant is growing and evolving on a daily basis. Currently open nights Tuesday to Sunday from 5pm. At Fire Cue we only use the best ingredients, focus on execution of the cooking and presentation and the consistency.

About the role
Running the prep and service whilst leading a small kitchen brigade on a daily basis
Work with the owners in continuing to grow the product and business, whilst keeping an organised and clean working environment.
Passionately work with the owners on new ideas and concepts put forward

Benefits and perks
Great hours and pay
Great central location

Skills and experience
Previous minimum Sous Chef qualification in a fine establishment
Good communicational skills and be a strong team player
Be able to work unassisted
Be able to run a busy service and keep the high standard
Be flexible, reliable, willing to nights and weekends
Full work rights in Australia 
Please no dreamers, only dedicated, passionate and reliable applicants

If you feel that this job could be for you, please send your c.v. to *****@firecue.com.au + click to reveal
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  Chef de Partie - One of Melbourne's most Well-known Venues
One of Melbourne's most Well-known Venues Candidate must have Australian Work Visa / Australian Residency Salary: $$50,000
This is a great career opportunity for an experienced Chef de Partie to join the team of one of Melbourne's most Well-known Venues.
As Chef de Partie, you will have previous experience gained in a la carte, function and catering and will have an excellent working knowledge of modern Australian cuisine. The Chef de Partie will be responsible for leading and training Commis Chefs and Apprentices, therefore strong leadership skills are essential.
Key Attributes:
Must be Trade Qualified and have completed a 3 year Chefs Apprenticeship Minimum 3 years Post Qualified experience Previous Hotel experience is essential Ability to work as part of a medium-sized team Strong Leadership Skills High level of English Language is essential
Please note that Visa Sponsorship is not available, therefore you must have Full Work rights in Australia or be an Australian Resident or Citizen.
If the above sounds like the opportunity you are looking for, please send a detailed CV and Cover Letter via the link below.
For a confidential discussion, please call Axel Koster in our Melbourne office on *****32 + click to reveal
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The Opportunity
Our client is a leading multidisciplinary civil and building Tier 2 Contractor, serving the construction industry for over 40 years.
Their pervasive construction experience spans thousands of projects, both public-sector clients and private-sector clients across all industries. 
Our client prides themselves in their esteemed ability to implement integrated capabilities to reduce costs, timeframes and complexity for clients, while elevating safety, quality and sustainability standards on every project.
Our client is looking to engage an experienced, highly driven and innovative Civil Project Manager to join their civil team. We are looking for a strong leader, someone with strong technical capability in this area and someone with exceptional stakeholder engagement. 
If you are successful in this role, you will be responsible for;
• Civil works to build two New Open Bulk Heads, associated roads and drainage system;
• Structural, mechanical and electrical (SME) works required to build Conveyor Loading System, V-Pit and Elevator to cater for the two new Open Bulk Heads;
• Civil works to build new substation pad and main switchboard;
• Civil and electrical works to install and join new mains cables from relocated site main switchboard, to existing underground cables.
• Civil works to increase capacity of existing retention basin
To be successful in this role, you must;
Have a minimum of 5 years' experience in a similar role Experience working with a reputable Tier 1/2 Contractor or other significant industry players  Strong coordination, organisational, multi-tasking abilities Formal Construction Tertiary Qualification and/or a Trade background Excellent delegation and communication skills
This is an excellent immediate opportunity for a Civil Project Manager to join a highly functioning and industry leader, supported by an extremely attractive $250k package. 
If you fill the criteria above, please contact Sara Salomone on *****11 + click to reveal or *****@finesseconsulting.com.au + click to reveal.
Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.
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Otraco International is the world's leading provider of Earthmover/Off-road tyre management services to the mining industry. Our world-class credentials are based on a proven ability to reduce the cost of earthmover tyre operation for major open pit miners while maximising production and enhancing safety. Entirely independent of any tyre manufacturer or supplier, we have continued to set new benchmarks in tyre performance – delivering dramatic savings with uncompromising standards of quality, safety and professionalism.
We currently have vacancies based across our WA operations.
We are looking for candidates who will exhibit an unwavering commitment to Zero Harm, to utilise their Heavy Duty Tyre Fitting expertise in an environment that fosters progression and development. 
ABOUT YOU
  Preferably a minimum of 2 years of Earthmover tyre fitting experience on mine sites   A certificate II in Automotive Mechanical Tyre Fitting Heavy    A valid and current Heavy Vehicle Drivers Licence (minimum of an HR licence)   A current WorkSafe forklift (HR) licence   Possess a high level of initiative and the ability to work well under pressure   An understanding that safety is paramount, with a high attention to detail to abide by site safety procedures
WHAT WE OFFER
  Our Zero Harm initiative: A genuine commitment to the health and safety of all employees   A positive team atmosphere   A diverse and supportive work environment where individuals are encouraged to show initiative
This is a genuine development opportunity to further extend and build upon your experience, a chance to define your career path with our world class organisation.
For further information, please contact Nathan on *****06 + click to reveal.
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Job No.: 569961
Location: Clayton or Peninsula campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $140,565 - $154,853 pa Level D (plus 17% employer superannuation) 
Enjoy the freedom to discover something new Be surrounded by extraordinary ideas – and the people who discover them Take your research further with state-of-the-art infrastructure
Monash is full of thinkers and doers who are looking for their next challenge. So if you’ve forged a rewarding career so far, this role provides the perfect platform to join us. You’ll have access to quality research facilities, infrastructure and teaching spaces to do exciting work, along with opportunities to collaborate internationally. You’ll be part of a university that’s made up of inspirational, challenging thinkers and doers – and continue doing work that makes a lasting impact.
The Opportunity
Nursing and Midwifery is one of the largest schools for the education of nurses and midwives in Australia, the school offers courses at two Monash campuses – Clayton and Peninsula. The school comprises approximately 2000 students undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate courses using a range of delivery modes. Nursing and Midwifery offers high-quality tertiary degrees in a vibrant and supportive learning environment to prepare students for a rewarding career in healthcare. Nursing and Midwifery aims to build on the existing capacity to lead innovative nursing curricula and modes of delivery.
The Associate Professor is expected to provide academic leadership in both the research and educational endeavours of Monash Nursing and Midwifery (MNM) and will be a strong member of a committed team of academics within MNM.  The role requires the incumbent to make a significant contribution to all activities of MNM and take a leadership role in the delivery of world-class nursing and midwifery education.
The Associate Professor will be responsible for fostering and growing collaborative research with the aim of placing MNM at the forefront of translational research internationally.
The incumbent will play a major role in scholarship, research and education and will contribute to MNM through engagement with professional and broad administrative activities and engagement with key internal and external stakeholders.
As the ideal candidate you will have:
Successfully completed a PhD, or equivalent research achievement as demonstrated by published work in nursing and/or midwifery or related field Demonstrated strong record of teaching experience in a tertiary environment Demonstrated research track record and an ability to effectively work with other academics, expert clinicians and students.
This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
At Monash University, we are committed to being a Child Safe organisation.  Some positions at the University will require the incumbent to hold a valid Working with Children Check.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"
Enquiries
Professor Debra Griffiths, Head of School, *****40 + click to reveal 
Position Description
 PD - Associate Professor (Nursing & Midwifery)
Closing Date
Friday 4 May 2018, 11.55pm AEST
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Our Infrastructure Services division operates three business units: Road Services; Infrastructure Projects and Utilities.  As we continue our evolution of growth and innovation, the best people are critical to our success in supporting our customers and catering to market demands. Downer Utilities has been successful in securing and delivering a number of exciting large scale Power and Water Infrastructure projects including: Transmission and Distribution Substations and power lines; Wind Farms, Utility Scale Solar Farms (>100MW) and Waste Water Treatment Plants.
To optimise on new opportunities Downer is seeking an experienced Primary Electrical Design Drafter to be based in our Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne office on a full time permanent basis.
The responsibility of the Primary Design Drafter will be to execute primary design primarily for the Powerlink program of works primarily using MicroStation. This will include formulation of substation layouts, HV plant layouts and elevations, HV cable layouts, foundation layouts, conduit and cable trench layouts, earth grid layouts, foundation and structure drawings, HV fittings selection and schedules, reports and drawings to support the delivery of our projects both individually and as a part of a multi-disciplinary and geographically dispersed engineering team.
ABOUT YOU
Advanced Diploma / Associate Degree of Engineering or relevant Tertiary Qualification or Diploma Demonstrated experience within a design/drafting Construction Safety Awareness Training Skills & Experience Required Proven skills in problem solving and effective communication, the ability to meet established deadlines and have experience with Microsoft Office Experience and/or working knowledge of the following software applications: Microstation V8i, AutoCAD, CAD macro development experience and document management systems
WHAT WE OFFER
The unique opportunity to work in an organisation where the safety of our people and the environment is at the forefront of all that we do An opportunity to work on large scale Power and Water Infrastructure and Renewable Energy projects An opportunity to work for a major ASX listed company.
 
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for these great opportunities, please click on “Apply Now” button.  Please include a cover letter and resume and quote reference number 544971. Closing date: 23 April 2018
For more information about this position please contact: Sanjay Kumar– Talent & Sourcing Business Partner on mobile *****26 + click to reveal or via email *****@downergroup.com + click to reveal. (Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Please submit your application via the advertisement).
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Also known as Personal Care Worker or Personal Care Attendant (PCW/PCA)
Position: Casual, with the possiblility of permanent shifts
Location: Inner South
Leading not-for-profit, values based organisation High service standards and focused on providing a positive and fulfilling ageing experience 79% of staff say Benetas is ‘A truly great place to work!’
Our Company
Benetas is a not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting older Victorians, their friends and carers, through a range of aged care and in-home services. Benetas is committed to our reputation as a truly great place to work. We care about our people’s health and wellbeing and invest significantly in their development. We take pride in being a diverse and inclusive employer. We respect and value differences and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to apply. Benetas is a recognised leader in Gender Equality, having been awarded an Employer of Choice citation for 12 years in a row.
The Position
We have an immediate need for an IHSA in the South Metro area. As an IHSA, you will support our Clients in a range of activities to make their day just that little bit easier. You will provide assistance in day to day personal care, house work, meal preparation or even accompany our clients for leisure and recreation activities. This rewarding and enjoyable role will give support to our clients with a personalised approach to provide companionship and in-home assistance.
Benetas clients live all over Victoria. They require honest and dependable people to provide in-home assistance. Benetas Home Care aims to empower and assist those older Victorians that wish to retain the independence of living in their own home.
To be successful in this position, you will:
Be friendly, positive and naturally able to build relationships that make a difference Be honest, helpful and dependable - a great asset for our clients and the team Show empathy and treat others with integrity and respect Support people to live independently in their community by assisting them in personal care, house work, meal preparation, attending appointments and recreational activities Have the flexibility to work a range of shifts including AM, PM and Weekends Be able to speak a language other than English (desirable)
Skills and experience:
Certificate III in Aged Care and/or Individual Support Current Victorian Driver’s License and your own reliable vehicle Current CPR and First Aid Certificates Access to a computer and able to navigate the internet and use email.
The Benefits:
Work closer to home Flexible hours and the opportunity to go part-time Salary packaging and meal & entertainment benefits A safe and supportive work environment where people are valued and encouraged to share their ideas A strong learning culture where you are in the driver’s seat of your ongoing development Rewarding work that supports our clients to have a positive experience of ageing Working in a trusted and values based organisation focused on quality and growth
Applications close: 8 May 2018
Please note: we may consider applications on an ongoing basis and therefore encourage you to apply at your earliest opportunity.
Enquiries to: Colin Armstrong – Workforce Coordinator - *****86 + click to reveal
Applicants must have valid working rights and be willing to undergo a police check.
To view the position description and apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume at http://www.benetas.com.au/meet/join-team-benetas.
Benetas uses video interviewing as part of our selection process. If shortlisted, you may receive an email invitation to complete an online video interview. This can be completed on any video enabled laptop, mobile phone or tablet.
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Therapy Assistant (Casual)
Autism Playmates is a specialist provider of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), an evidenced based intervention model for toddlers, aged 1 ½ to 3 ½, with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism Playmates is a community based program of the Victorian Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre.
Under the supervision of an ESDM Certified Therapist, an experienced allied health or education professional who specialises in working with young children with ASD, successful candidates will deliver the ESDM in a child’s home and/or early learning centre (childcare or kindergarten). Children and families enrolled in Autism Playmates live within a 45-minute drive of La Trobe University Bundoora Campus and commit to 10+ hours of intervention per week, for 10-12 months.
Successful candidates will initially complete a 3-day training in the ESDM before starting to embed the child’s individual goals into their play and daily routine.  The hours of work are completed during business hours (9am-5pm Monday to Friday) on La Trobe University working days.  For example, 3 x 3.5hour shifts per week. 
Candidates must be currently enrolled in a Bachelor or higher degree in a relevant discipline (such as psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy or education) and have experience working with children. Alternatively, candidates must have completed a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care. This position is open to people with Australian citizenship or the appropriate work visa and a current Working with Children Check.
 
Wage: Depending on the successful application’s qualification, the position attracts an hourly wage of HEO2 ($30.80) or HEO3 ($32.42), plus 9.5% superannuation.
 
Closing date: Sunday 6th May, 2018
 
Position Description:  Therapy Assistant - Position Description.docx
Recruitment Timeline:
Wednesday 16th May, 2018: Interview shortlisted candidates Wednesday 23rd or Thursday 24th May (Date to be confirmed by LTU):  Induction training Monday 28th – Wednesday 30th May: 3-day ESDM paraprofessional workshop
 
Position Enquires:           Gabrielle Toscano, *****@latrobe.edu.au + click to reveal *****22 + click to reveal
                                                Katherine Pye, *****@latrobe.edu + click to reveal,au *****22 + click to reveal
 
Please note:  Candidates are advised not to submit applications to the above emails; these are only to be used for position enquiries only. Candidates are required to apply via the online portal.
 
 
 
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Due to newly acquired projects, we have opportunities for graduates based in Bowen Hills to work as Contract Administrators, with the view of career progression with Downer.
Downer’s Technology and Communications Services business is contracted to its client to design and construct Australia’s High Speed National Broadband Network (NBN) using various technologies including FTTX. Our current contracts will see us execute varied works including Single Dwelling Units (SDU) drops, Multi Dwelling Units (MDU) builds and network extensions and augmentation. All works are to the customer's Premises Connection Device (PCD) or Intermediate Connection Device (ICD) which allows end users to connect to the NBN. Works may also include Inside Plant ISP exchange work and Inter Exchange Networks IEN.
This role is responsible for performing, coordinating and overseeing commercial duties in support of the Project. These include the provision of varied duties such as preparing client submissions, handling information requests, preparing correspondence, managing subcontractor invoicing processes and performing other duties as assigned. The performance objectives for the role reflect their responsibility for comprehensive assistance and administrative support to the commercial management of the whole project. 
THE ROLE
Establishment and management of subcontract agreements Administration of the Head Contract as required submitting notifications to maintain Downer’s rights and obligations. Establishment and management of the commercial framework of active contracts Establishment of payment procedures and process for Subcontractor management Manage changes to insurances and other instruments of contract security Regular and ad-hoc reporting and associated maintenance of information databases Maintenance of risk registers and progress reports Cash collection and disputes resolution Ensuring adherence to assigned processes/procedures in accordance with Service Level Agreements and key objectives.
ABOUT YOU
Experience in managing sub-contracts and head-contracts under the guidance of a project or commercial manager Experience in major projects ideal but not mandatory (Preferably in the Telecommunications Industry) Contract understanding and letter writing skills Computer literacy and intermediate Microsoft Office skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to work well under pressure and multitask Ability to develop working relationships with staff at all levels and suppliers Experience with processing purchase order & non-purchase order invoices preferred
WHAT WE OFFER
An opportunity to work for a major ASX listed company. The ability to build your professional career in a multi-disciplined business environment. A supportive and dynamic team environment. A workplace that takes responsibility and accountability for the care and protection of peers, the business, the communities in which we operate, and the environment
As an employer who embraces equal opportunity and promotes diversity and inclusion, we encourage men and women of all ages and backgrounds, including Indigenous Australians to apply.
For more information about this position please contact Vanessa McKenzie Talent & Sourcing Business Partner Infrastructure Services email *****@Downergroup.com + click to reveal
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this great opportunity, please click on “Apply Now” button.  Please include a cover letter and resume and quote reference number 546049
(Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Please submit your application through the on-line portal via the advertisement).
 
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Due to newly acquired projects, we have opportunities for graduates based in Bowen Hills to work as Contract Administrators, with the view of career progression with Downer.
Downer’s Technology and Communications Services business is contracted to its client to design and construct Australia’s High Speed National Broadband Network (NBN) using various technologies including FTTX. Our current contracts will see us execute varied works including Single Dwelling Units (SDU) drops, Multi Dwelling Units (MDU) builds and network extensions and augmentation. All works are to the customer's Premises Connection Device (PCD) or Intermediate Connection Device (ICD) which allows end users to connect to the NBN. Works may also include Inside Plant ISP exchange work and Inter Exchange Networks IEN.
This role is responsible for performing, coordinating and overseeing commercial duties in support of the Project. These include the provision of varied duties such as preparing client submissions, handling information requests, preparing correspondence, managing subcontractor invoicing processes and performing other duties as assigned. The performance objectives for the role reflect their responsibility for comprehensive assistance and administrative support to the commercial management of the whole project. 
THE ROLE
Establishment and management of subcontract agreements Administration of the Head Contract as required submitting notifications to maintain Downer’s rights and obligations. Establishment and management of the commercial framework of active contracts Establishment of payment procedures and process for Subcontractor management Manage changes to insurances and other instruments of contract security Regular and ad-hoc reporting and associated maintenance of information databases Maintenance of risk registers and progress reports Cash collection and disputes resolution Ensuring adherence to assigned processes/procedures in accordance with Service Level Agreements and key objectives.
ABOUT YOU
Experience in managing sub-contracts and head-contracts under the guidance of a project or commercial manager Experience in major projects ideal but not mandatory (Preferably in the Telecommunications Industry) Contract understanding and letter writing skills Computer literacy and intermediate Microsoft Office skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to work well under pressure and multitask Ability to develop working relationships with staff at all levels and suppliers Experience with processing purchase order & non-purchase order invoices preferred
WHAT WE OFFER
An opportunity to work for a major ASX listed company. The ability to build your professional career in a multi-disciplined business environment. A supportive and dynamic team environment. A workplace that takes responsibility and accountability for the care and protection of peers, the business, the communities in which we operate, and the environment
As an employer who embraces equal opportunity and promotes diversity and inclusion, we encourage men and women of all ages and backgrounds, including Indigenous Australians to apply.
For more information about this position please contact Vanessa McKenzie Talent & Sourcing Business Partner Infrastructure Services email *****@Downergroup.com + click to reveal
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this great opportunity, please click on “Apply Now” button.  Please include a cover letter and resume and quote reference number 546049
(Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Please submit your application through the on-line portal via the advertisement).
 
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Due to newly acquired projects, we have opportunities for graduates based in Bowen Hills to work as Contract Administrators, with the view of career progression with Downer.
Downer’s Technology and Communications Services business is contracted to its client to design and construct Australia’s High Speed National Broadband Network (NBN) using various technologies including FTTX. Our current contracts will see us execute varied works including Single Dwelling Units (SDU) drops, Multi Dwelling Units (MDU) builds and network extensions and augmentation. All works are to the customer's Premises Connection Device (PCD) or Intermediate Connection Device (ICD) which allows end users to connect to the NBN. Works may also include Inside Plant ISP exchange work and Inter Exchange Networks IEN.
This role is responsible for performing, coordinating and overseeing commercial duties in support of the Project. These include the provision of varied duties such as preparing client submissions, handling information requests, preparing correspondence, managing subcontractor invoicing processes and performing other duties as assigned. The performance objectives for the role reflect their responsibility for comprehensive assistance and administrative support to the commercial management of the whole project. 
THE ROLE
Establishment and management of subcontract agreements Administration of the Head Contract as required submitting notifications to maintain Downer’s rights and obligations. Establishment and management of the commercial framework of active contracts Establishment of payment procedures and process for Subcontractor management Manage changes to insurances and other instruments of contract security Regular and ad-hoc reporting and associated maintenance of information databases Maintenance of risk registers and progress reports Cash collection and disputes resolution Ensuring adherence to assigned processes/procedures in accordance with Service Level Agreements and key objectives.
ABOUT YOU
Experience in managing sub-contracts and head-contracts under the guidance of a project or commercial manager Experience in major projects ideal but not mandatory (Preferably in the Telecommunications Industry) Contract understanding and letter writing skills Computer literacy and intermediate Microsoft Office skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to work well under pressure and multitask Ability to develop working relationships with staff at all levels and suppliers Experience with processing purchase order & non-purchase order invoices preferred
THE BENEFITS
An opportunity to work for a major ASX listed company. The ability to build your professional career in a multi-disciplined business environment. A supportive and dynamic team environment. A workplace that takes responsibility and accountability for the care and protection of peers, the business, the communities in which we operate, and the environment
As an employer who embraces equal opportunity and promotes diversity and inclusion, we encourage men and women of all ages and backgrounds, including Indigenous Australians to apply.
For more information about this position please contact: Vanessa McKenzie Talent & Sourcing Business Partner Infrastructure Services Email: *****@Downergroup.com + click to reveal
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this great opportunity, please click on “Apply Now” button.  Please include a cover letter and resume and quote reference number 545394
(Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Please submit your application through the on-line portal via the advertisement).
 
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Due to newly acquired projects, we have opportunities for graduates based in Bowen Hills to work as Contract Administrators, with the view of career progression with Downer.
Downer’s Technology and Communications Services business is contracted to its client to design and construct Australia’s High Speed National Broadband Network (NBN) using various technologies including FTTX. Our current contracts will see us execute varied works including Single Dwelling Units (SDU) drops, Multi Dwelling Units (MDU) builds and network extensions and augmentation. All works are to the customer's Premises Connection Device (PCD) or Intermediate Connection Device (ICD) which allows end users to connect to the NBN. Works may also include Inside Plant ISP exchange work and Inter Exchange Networks IEN.
This role is responsible for performing, coordinating and overseeing commercial duties in support of the Project. These include the provision of varied duties such as preparing client submissions, handling information requests, preparing correspondence, managing subcontractor invoicing processes and performing other duties as assigned. The performance objectives for the role reflect their responsibility for comprehensive assistance and administrative support to the commercial management of the whole project. 
THE ROLE
Establishment and management of subcontract agreements Administration of the Head Contract as required submitting notifications to maintain Downer’s rights and obligations. Establishment and management of the commercial framework of active contracts Establishment of payment procedures and process for Subcontractor management Manage changes to insurances and other instruments of contract security Regular and ad-hoc reporting and associated maintenance of information databases Maintenance of risk registers and progress reports Cash collection and disputes resolution Ensuring adherence to assigned processes/procedures in accordance with Service Level Agreements and key objectives.
ABOUT YOU
Experience in managing sub-contracts and head-contracts under the guidance of a project or commercial manager Experience in major projects ideal but not mandatory (Preferably in the Telecommunications Industry) Contract understanding and letter writing skills Computer literacy and intermediate Microsoft Office skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to work well under pressure and multitask Ability to develop working relationships with staff at all levels and suppliers Experience with processing purchase order & non-purchase order invoices preferred
THE BENEFITS
An opportunity to work for a major ASX listed company. The ability to build your professional career in a multi-disciplined business environment. A supportive and dynamic team environment. A workplace that takes responsibility and accountability for the care and protection of peers, the business, the communities in which we operate, and the environment
As an employer who embraces equal opportunity and promotes diversity and inclusion, we encourage men and women of all ages and backgrounds, including Indigenous Australians to apply.
For more information about this position please contact: Vanessa McKenzie Talent & Sourcing Business Partner Infrastructure Services Email: *****@Downergroup.com + click to reveal
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this great opportunity, please click on “Apply Now” button.  Please include a cover letter and resume and quote reference number 545394
(Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Please submit your application through the on-line portal via the advertisement).
 
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Our Infrastructure Services division operates three business units: Road Services; Infrastructure Projects and Utilities.  As we continue our evolution of growth and innovation, the best people are critical to our success in supporting our customers and catering to market demands. Downer Utilities has been successful in securing and delivering a number of exciting large scale Power and Water Infrastructure projects including: Transmission and Distribution Substations and power lines; Wind Farms, Utility Scale Solar Farms (>100MW) and Waste Water Treatment Plants.
To optimise on new opportunities Downer is seeking an experienced Primary Electrical Design Drafter to be based in our Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne office on a full time permanent basis.
The responsibility of the Primary Design Drafter will be to execute primary design primarily for the Powerlink program of works primarily using MicroStation. This will include formulation of substation layouts, HV plant layouts and elevations, HV cable layouts, foundation layouts, conduit and cable trench layouts, earth grid layouts, foundation and structure drawings, HV fittings selection and schedules, reports and drawings to support the delivery of our projects both individually and as a part of a multi-disciplinary and geographically dispersed engineering team.
ABOUT YOU
Advanced Diploma / Associate Degree of Engineering or relevant Tertiary Qualification or Diploma Demonstrated experience within a design/drafting Construction Safety Awareness Training Skills & Experience Required Proven skills in problem solving and effective communication, the ability to meet established deadlines and have experience with Microsoft Office Experience and/or working knowledge of the following software applications: Microstation V8i, AutoCAD, CAD macro development experience and document management systems
WHAT WE OFFER
The unique opportunity to work in an organisation where the safety of our people and the environment is at the forefront of all that we do An opportunity to work on large scale Power and Water Infrastructure and Renewable Energy projects An opportunity to work for a major ASX listed company.
 
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for these great opportunities, please click on “Apply Now” button.  Please include a cover letter and resume and quote reference number 544971. Closing date: 23 April 2018
For more information about this position please contact: Sanjay Kumar– Talent & Sourcing Business Partner on mobile *****26 + click to reveal or via email *****@downergroup.com + click to reveal. (Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Please submit your application via the advertisement).
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Patient centred care | Quality and safety | Investing in our staff | Integrity | Innovation and change             
 About the Role:
To provide general dental treatment to the eligible population, as part of the Oral Health Team, within the Central West Hospital and Health Service.
Salary Information:
The total remuneration value of up to $175,182 p.a., is comprised of: salary between $100,989 - $121,573 p.a., (DO1.1 - DO1.6); Rural incentive scheme dental officers zone 3  at 30% of base salary; employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%); annual leave loading (17.5%); Permanent Full Time; Applications will remain current for 12 months.
Generous rewards & conditions include:
Rural Incentive Scheme Accommodation/Relocation Professional Development
How to Apply:
The Role Description and Information Package provide specific information on how to apply for the advertised position. If you have difficulty viewing the Role Description in PDF format please contact:
*****@health.qld.gov.au + click to reveal
 
Contact Details:
Contact Details: Michael Nguyen - Principal Dentist
Contact Phone Number: *****77 + click to reveal
Job Reference Number: CW8D274512
 
 
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Patient centred care | Quality and safety | Investing in our staff | Integrity | Innovation and change             
 About the Role:
To provide general dental treatment to the eligible population, as part of the Oral Health Team, within the Central West Hospital and Health Service.
Salary Information:
The total remuneration value of up to $175,182 p.a., is comprised of: salary between $100,989 - $121,573 p.a., (DO1.1 - DO1.6); Rural incentive scheme dental officers zone 3  at 30% of base salary; employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%); annual leave loading (17.5%); Permanent Full Time; Applications will remain current for 12 months.
Generous rewards & conditions include:
Rural Incentive Scheme Accommodation/Relocation Professional Development
How to Apply:
The Role Description and Information Package provide specific information on how to apply for the advertised position. If you have difficulty viewing the Role Description in PDF format please contact:
*****@health.qld.gov.au + click to reveal
 
Contact Details:
Contact Details: Michael Nguyen - Principal Dentist
Contact Phone Number: *****77 + click to reveal
Job Reference Number: CW8D274512
 
 
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We are currently seeking an experienced Underground Safety Trainer for our CSA Project
In this position you will play an integral role in ensuring efficient, safe and effective coordination of the safety function on site. Responsibilities will include actively supporting the team's safety strategies, systems and initiatives.
The role will be offered on a , FIFO with camp accommodation.
ABOUT YOU
Previous experience  at an underground mine operation in a safety & training capacity Certificate IV in Training & Assessing is essential Certificate IV in OHS highly desirable The ability to work effectively in a team with excellent communication A current drivers licence, first aid certificate, and a National Police Clearance are required High levels of initiative and the ability to work well under pressure A key focus on safety, with a high attention to detail to abide by site safety procedures.
WHAT WE OFFER
Our Zero Harm initiative: A genuine commitment to the health and safety of all employees Competitive remuneration A diverse and supportive work environment where individuals are encouraged to show initiative Access to a range of career development and advancement opportunities The chance to join a dynamic and successful business within the Downer group.
For further information, please contact Kim Cowan on *****03 + click to reveal
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Exciting opportunity to influence strategic and technical solutions  for projects in a dynamic team Ongoing full-time role available, NSW location negotiable (Tamworth preferred) Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Lands and Water Division is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer to join their Water Utilities team.
As the Senior Project Officer you will undertake drought monitoring of regional town water supplies and act as a Government representative on regional town water issues in the New England and Upper Hunter Valley regions. You will advise local water utilities in relation to infrastructure and regulatory compliance to support efficient and secure regional and town water and sewerage services that meet the needs of local communities. You will also provide advice to support the assessment of capital works funding applications and the delivery of infrastructure solutions.
To learn more about the role, please click here to review the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Strong knowledge of strategic and technical solutions for water and sewerage in regional NSW Sound knowledge of legislation, policies and procedures relevant to water and sewerage delivery and regulatory compliance Strong project management skills Ability to balance competing demands and priorities in a sensitive environment Excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to manage expectations Self motivation and an ability to work autonomously and independently
Why the Department of Industry?
This is an exciting time to join the NSW Department of Industry. 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. We are an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of the resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Monday 23 April 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries: Michael Blackmore, Director Water Utilities *****16 + 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.
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Exciting opportunity to influence strategic and technical solutions  for projects in a dynamic team Ongoing full-time role available, NSW location negotiable (Tamworth preferred) Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Lands and Water Division is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer to join their Water Utilities team.
As the Senior Project Officer you will undertake drought monitoring of regional town water supplies and act as a Government representative on regional town water issues in the New England and Upper Hunter Valley regions. You will advise local water utilities in relation to infrastructure and regulatory compliance to support efficient and secure regional and town water and sewerage services that meet the needs of local communities. You will also provide advice to support the assessment of capital works funding applications and the delivery of infrastructure solutions.
To learn more about the role, please click here to review the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Strong knowledge of strategic and technical solutions for water and sewerage in regional NSW Sound knowledge of legislation, policies and procedures relevant to water and sewerage delivery and regulatory compliance Strong project management skills Ability to balance competing demands and priorities in a sensitive environment Excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to manage expectations Self motivation and an ability to work autonomously and independently
Why the Department of Industry?
This is an exciting time to join the NSW Department of Industry. 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. We are an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of the resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Monday 23 April 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries: Michael Blackmore, Director Water Utilities *****16 + 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.
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Exciting opportunity to influence strategic and technical solutions  for projects in a dynamic team Ongoing full-time role available, NSW location negotiable (Tamworth preferred) Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Lands and Water Division is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer to join their Water Utilities team.
As the Senior Project Officer you will undertake drought monitoring of regional town water supplies and act as a Government representative on regional town water issues in the New England and Upper Hunter Valley regions. You will advise local water utilities in relation to infrastructure and regulatory compliance to support efficient and secure regional and town water and sewerage services that meet the needs of local communities. You will also provide advice to support the assessment of capital works funding applications and the delivery of infrastructure solutions.
To learn more about the role, please click here to review the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Strong knowledge of strategic and technical solutions for water and sewerage in regional NSW Sound knowledge of legislation, policies and procedures relevant to water and sewerage delivery and regulatory compliance Strong project management skills Ability to balance competing demands and priorities in a sensitive environment Excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to manage expectations Self motivation and an ability to work autonomously and independently
Why the Department of Industry?
This is an exciting time to join the NSW Department of Industry. 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. We are an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of the resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Monday 23 April 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries: Michael Blackmore, Director Water Utilities *****16 + 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.
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Exciting opportunity to influence strategic and technical solutions  for projects in a dynamic team Ongoing full-time role available, NSW location negotiable (Tamworth preferred) Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Lands and Water Division is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer to join their Water Utilities team.
As the Senior Project Officer you will undertake drought monitoring of regional town water supplies and act as a Government representative on regional town water issues in the New England and Upper Hunter Valley regions. You will advise local water utilities in relation to infrastructure and regulatory compliance to support efficient and secure regional and town water and sewerage services that meet the needs of local communities. You will also provide advice to support the assessment of capital works funding applications and the delivery of infrastructure solutions.
To learn more about the role, please click here to review the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Strong knowledge of strategic and technical solutions for water and sewerage in regional NSW Sound knowledge of legislation, policies and procedures relevant to water and sewerage delivery and regulatory compliance Strong project management skills Ability to balance competing demands and priorities in a sensitive environment Excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to manage expectations Self motivation and an ability to work autonomously and independently
Why the Department of Industry?
This is an exciting time to join the NSW Department of Industry. 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. We are an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of the resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Monday 23 April 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries: Michael Blackmore, Director Water Utilities *****16 + 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.
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Exciting opportunity to influence strategic and technical solutions  for projects in a dynamic team Ongoing full-time role available, NSW location negotiable (Tamworth preferred) Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from $105,409 (plus super and annual leave loading)
Our Lands and Water Division is currently seeking a Senior Project Officer to join their Water Utilities team.
As the Senior Project Officer you will undertake drought monitoring of regional town water supplies and act as a Government representative on regional town water issues in the New England and Upper Hunter Valley regions. You will advise local water utilities in relation to infrastructure and regulatory compliance to support efficient and secure regional and town water and sewerage services that meet the needs of local communities. You will also provide advice to support the assessment of capital works funding applications and the delivery of infrastructure solutions.
To learn more about the role, please click here to review the role description.
About You
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate will demonstrate:
Strong knowledge of strategic and technical solutions for water and sewerage in regional NSW Sound knowledge of legislation, policies and procedures relevant to water and sewerage delivery and regulatory compliance Strong project management skills Ability to balance competing demands and priorities in a sensitive environment Excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to manage expectations Self motivation and an ability to work autonomously and independently
Why the Department of Industry?
This is an exciting time to join the NSW Department of Industry. 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. We are an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
Applying for the Role
Applicants must address their suitability by supplying an updated copy of the resume [maximum four pages] and a cover letter [maximum two pages] that outlines their relevant skills and experience.
Closing Date: Monday 23 April 2018 at 11:55PM
Enquiries: Michael Blackmore, Director Water Utilities 0427…show number
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.