We are seeking a HC Truck Driver for a scrap steel tipper with 5 years minimum Tipper experience, Hemmant, QLD.

5 years minimum tipper experience 
HC Truck Driving licence is a must 

We require 5 year QLD transport history printout 

Immediate start 
Attractive hourly rate  


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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 ***** + click to reveal
  • Full time for the right person
  • Attractive Rates
  • Good working enviroment
Our client is very committed with the quality of its products, you will be working with highly qualified, enthusiastic and dedicated staff, many of which have several years of specialist feedlot experience.
The feedlot is a modern facility situated in North Star NSW and is looking for an experienced Pen rider, with own horses, capable of working unsupervised and as part of a team.
Main Duties:
  • Ridding pens
  • Maintain your own horses
  • Checking cattle
  • Any other duties as directed
Skills for the role:
  • Must be physically fit
  • Must have prior load and truck experience
  • Must be able to work in a team environment
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Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.You must have valid working rights within Australia to be considered for this role.
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The Client
Our client is leading National Commercial / Industrial Developer who specialise within Business Park sub division developments and construction. Currently employing over 100 staff nationally to include a National design team of 10.
The role
Due to an internal promotion my client is currently looking to employ an additional Architect for their Brisbane office. The general role responsibilities will include, producing Sub-Division layouts for large Industrial business parks then liaising with clients in order to produce concept plans for client presentations, once given the go ahead the drawings are then taken to DA stage.
To be shortlisted for this role you will be required to have;
Relevant Architectural qualifications. Around 2-4 years local post graduate experience, to include previous Commercial / Industrial warehousing project experience. A working knowledge of AutoCAD. Strong front end experience from concept to DA stage. Excellent client facing communication skills. Exposure to sub-division layouts would be highly desired.
In return a full time role is on offer with reputable National developer, a highly compettitive salary package of between $65K - $85K + Super is available, negotiable dependant on experience level. This role offers a clear path into Development Management.

For further information regarding this position or any other opportunities, please contact
Jamie Lewis in confidence on
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Well established Brisbane joinery firm that specialises in manufacturing high quality custom-made timber doors and windows are seeking Factory Foreman to join the team.
Factory Foreman
The successful applicant will be able to display the following experience and skills:
Must have a joinery trade background  Experience managing a team and running a workshop Well organised and accustomed to dealing with multiple tasks and Continuous improvement of work practices to improve safety, efficiency & quality. Implement and control production schedules Able to organise deliveries to job sites Order materials and consumables Can complete a stocktake at the end of the financial year Ability to communicate with staff and customers Be a good team player Independent worker and be able to work under pressure
We offer the successful applicant the opportunity to take their skills to the next level.  We offer above the award wages and have high staff retention.
If you are looking to take the next step in your career please email your resume and covering letter to:
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New Car Sales Consultant – Motorline BMW.
The Motorline Group is looking for an experienced New Car Sales Consultant to join our BMW Sales Team.
With an extensive range of new models arriving over the next 18 months, we need to grow our sales team by adding a driven sales consultant who is passionate about our product, the BMW brand and providing the very best customer experience.
Responsibilities will include:
Initiating and maintaining relationships with customers Establishing customer needs, making suitable recommendations and organising test-drives Negotiating deals for customers Accurately logging activities on the internal lead management system Generating leads for BMW Financial Services and the Motorline Aftersales team Delivering sold vehicles personally to ensure quality service and generate referrals Conducting business development and networking activities to generate sales Working to targets for number of sales and deliveries
 About you
You will be highly motivated with a competitive edge and will enjoy going the extra mile for your customers.  You will be a problem solver, who thrives on working in a competitive team environment. With a confident manner, excellent communication skills and time management skills you will provide your customers with a premium standard of service while quickly gaining their trust and respect. You will be driven to exceed your targets, with a track record of success in a premium environment. Networking comes easily to you, as does closing a sale.
Specific Skills required
Prior automotive experience (Sales License required) Track record of exceeding sales targets Mature outlook and high levels of self motivation Excellent interpersonal skills
About Motorline BMW:
Motorline is a family owned and operated business that recently celebrated 20 years of service to the Brisbane community. Located at Daisy Hill on Brisbane's south-side and opposite IKEA Logan, Motorline is a BMW, MINI, and Lotus dealer.
If you are up for the challenge and ready for success, please send your resume and cover letter to ***** + click to reveal
* Negotiable salary range $150-175k with lots of great benefits. 
Our client is looking for a talented engineer who is excited about open source cloud computing and are ready to join a global team charged with delivering world class services to their customers.
Their Cloud Reliability Engineers are responsible for designing, building, and operating OpenStack deployments for internal and external customers. They also act as the escalation point for our support and operations teams and provide assistance in the form of operational expertise, engineering support, training, and mentoring.
Key responsibilities include:
Understand and operate cloud and container technology from kernel to dashboard - OpenStack and Kubernetes. Automate operations for reuse across the worlds largest companies, taking into consideration the complexities of distributed systems. Demonstrate expertise in both the technology and industry operations standard. Implement new features and improve the resilience and scalability of the existing cloud and container portfolio in our business. Automate testing and benchmarking capabilities for low-level and high-level software Operate production OpenStack clouds for our business and our clients. Operate production Kubernetes clusters for us and our clients. Develop skills in troubleshooting, capacity planning, and performance analysis. Collaborate on documentation, playbooks, policies and procedures. Provide assistance and guidance to our Support and Operations teams. Collaborate with globally distributed engineering, operations, and support peers. Ensure service level agreements are met. Carry final responsibility for time-critical escalations.
Required skills: 
Engineering degree, preferably in computer science or software engineering. Python software development experience, with large projects. Extensive knowledge of cloud computing concepts and technologies. Practical knowledge of Linux networking, routing, and firewalls. Hands-on experience administering Linux servers for personal use. Able to communicate clearly and effectively in English over email, IRC, and in person. Self-driven, able to troubleshoot from kernel to web, and willing ask others when appropriate. Highly motivated, productive, organized and capable of working from home full time. Familiar with Ubuntu or Debian. Must be self-driven, able to troubleshoot and willing ask others when appropriate to find answers. Prior experience working remotely or from home with a distributed team would be beneficial. Solid customer service skills. 
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6-month contract with possibility of extension  Brisbane  Large government organisation 
The Role Proactively manage key stakeholder relationships, and lead and conduct workshops and meetings as required to define business processes, and ensure improved outcomes. Obtain formal agreement from stakeholders on the scope of requirements (including business focused user stories) to establish a base line on which delivery of a solution can commence. Where required, initiate communications between stakeholders, acting as a single point of contact for defined groups and facilitating open communication and discussion between stakeholders. Assist and prepare project stakeholders business cases which define potential benefit, options for achieving these benefits (through development of new or changes processes) and associated business risks. Take responsibility for investigative work to determine business requirements and specify effective business processes, through improvements in information systems, information management, practices, procedures, and organisation change. Contribute to organisational change through recommended improvements to existing business processes, practices, procedures and information systems. Provide a high level of expertise in establishing and documenting ICT business and system requirements through a range of structured research and analysis techniques including, but not limited to facilitated stakeholder workshops, surveys, client meetings and industry reference reviews. Analyse and document business processes and related ICT requirements and take a lead role in the development of ICT system requirements specifications, including logical design. Conduct investigations at a high level for strategy studies, business requirements specifications and feasibility studies. Apply and monitor the use of required modelling and analysis tools, methods and standards, giving special consideration to business perspectives. Apply and utilise business modelling methods to ensure results oriented deliverables in a way that can be recreated and used as a corporate knowledge resource available to project level initiatives and executive decision making. Develop conceptual models of business processes utilising appropriate modelling techniques to develop end to end service mappings. Act as a subject matter expert in the development of business architecture framework, tool suite selection and design and methodology development. Actively participate in the management of client expectations in a limited resource development environment with competing priorities. Provide strong leadership and support to multi-skilled teams and act as a bridge and subject matter expert (SME) between business and technical stakeholders in architecting, developing, testing and delivering solutions.
Required Skills Minimum of 5 years' experience in a Senior Business Analyst role and a role requiring business process analysis and improvement. Prior experience and knowledge of the DoE environment is desirable. Experience in business process reengineering/redesign and implementation. Experience in complex modelling techniques and technical writing. Experience in change management. Exceptional problem-solving capabilities with a focus on simplification. Experience in recording process metrics Experience working with senior level stakeholders. High level written and oral communication skills and excellent organisational skills. Ability to work effectively with little supervision and as part of a team in the design, preparation and delivery of solutions to clients. Experience writing user stories and use cases Experience understanding business process dynamics and the change management process. Demonstrated experience in managing relationships with stakeholders, clients, customers, engaging necessary subject matter experts and resources to achieve mutually beneficial business outcomes. Demonstrated experience with investigative work to determine business requirements and specify effective business processes (including business focused user-stories), through improvements in information systems, information management, procedures and organisational change. Demonstrated well developed communications, interpersonal and negotiation skills, including demonstrated experience in conducting workshops and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders, ICT operators and other service providers. Demonstrated experience in identifying and validating multiple requirement types such as Business, systems, configuration and concept and experience modelling business processes using Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN). Demonstrated ability to analyse business cases, which define potential benefits, options for achieving these benefits through development of new or change processes and associated business risks.
Tender closes on 28 May 2018. Statement of suitability to be completed by cob 27th May 2018.   
Please provide your CV in Word format  
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John Paul College is Queensland's largest independent Early Learning to Year 12 co-educational school with a collective enrolment of approximately 2,200 students. Our motto is Unity, Christ, Learning. The College campus is located in Daisy Hill, south-east of Brisbane and north of the Gold Coast. We have a rich Christian ecumenical community with a national and international reputation for offering a leading-edge technology program; and excellent and extensive cultural and sporting programs.
We offer the International Baccalaureate Programme in Years 11 and 12 and the Primary Years Programme (PYP) in the Primary School.
The Position:
The College is seeking applications from suitably qualified people to work in the Early Years at John Paul College. The following contract full-time position has become available and will ensure that we are continuing to exceed in our work with children and families.
This position involves working with children as the Lead Educator. It is expected that the successful applicant will have experience with this age group, tuning into children's natural inquiry and quest for learning.
The Candidate:
The successful candidates will:
Hold a Diploma in Children's Services or higher. Have experience working in the Early Childhood industry. Have an understanding of the Reggio Emilia philosophy and experience in implementing this philosophy in their work with children. Show a commitment and understanding in implementing the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Standards. Possess a passion, enthusiasm and a genuine love of working with children; Have an ability to communicate effectively with children, families and staff members; Be willing to take on professional development, attend Team Meetings, and contribute to  their own professional growth Have a commitment to succeed, a caring disposition and a positive attitude. Hold a Working with Children Blue Card;
Applicants are expected to uphold the Christian values of John Paul College.
Applications should be sent attention of Mrs Leanne Zammit, Head of Early Education via ***** + click to reveal 
Please provide a cover letter along with your resume.  Your cover letter should clearly communicate your suitability for the role and your prior experience.
This position is to commence as soon as possible.
Applications close Monday, 4th June 2018 at 5pm

About the Company
My client is a well-established property group who is recognised in the retail market, providing specialised retail and commercial property services. The company has an immediate need for an Operations Manager to work across two shopping centres on a three month contract.
About the Role
The two niehgbourhood centres are based on the south side of Brisbane within a 10 kilometre radius from the CBD. This is a great opportunity for an Operations Manager to support the Centre Manager and the responsibilities of this role will include (but not limited to):
Support the Centre Manager the maintenance of the centres to maximise customer and retailer satisfaction. Contractor and tenant management and engagement. Monitor and control service delivery performance against budget, KPI’s and service level agreements. Implement, audit and maintain risk procedures across subject assets. Conduct required site inspections and audits. Oversee tenancy fit-outs and refurbishment works.

About You
The successful candidate will ideally have experience within shopping centre operations management and possess the following skills and experience:
Strong time management, communication and negotiation skills. Ability to manage multiple stakeholders and have demonstrable experience in managing several functions simultaneously will be key. Sound knowledge of essential safety measures, fire, electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems Demonstrate at least two years’ experience in Operations / Facilities Management (hard and soft services). You will have the ability to work autonomously, as well as a part of a team.
To apply, click the link and upload your current resume in word format. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please contact Avril Pretorius on *****02 + click to reveal, quoting ref no. JO-*****00. + click to reveal Want to know more about Davidson? Visit us at
The Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre is seeking a full-time Advice Officer for the Fraser Coast Tenancy Advice Service to provide advice, information and advocacy to tenants including rooming accommodation and other marginal tenures in the Wide Bay Burnett catchment area.
This is a permanent full-time position working 38 hours per week at Award Level 3 ($27-$29 per hour) so long as sufficient funding is available.
Selection Criteria:
SC 1   A commitment to the principles of social justice and values of the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre.
SC 2   Knowledge of, or ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of:
                - Qld residency tenancy laws and related issues;
                 - Housing policy issues;
                 - Sector issues
                 - Computer-based data entry programs
SC 3   Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
SC 4   Proven skills in advocacy and ability to work directly with tenants including those in marginal tenures such as boarding houses and caravans parks.
SC 5   Highly developed verbal and written communication skills, including interpersonal skills and computer literacy.
SC 6   Demonstrated ability to relate to people from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
Position Requirements:
Current Qld Driver's Licence. Past experience/training in providing tenancy advice and advocacy would be very highly regarded. Attend required training in Brisbane and occasionally travel across Wide Bay.
The application process is strictly confidential. Please apply on SEEK and include a cover letter, resume, three references & responses to Selection Criteria. Please address your application to:
ATTN: Tanya Stevenson, Chief Executive Officer
The Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre
22 Charles Street,
PO Box 1226,
Hervey Bay, QLD  4655
Deadline For applications is Friday, 8th June 2018 at 5.00pm
If you require more information please call *****00 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
Have you always wanted to work for a business that offers growth, values initiative and delivers high end, bespoke projects that you are proud to put your name to?  We are working with a dynamic, Gold Coast based kitchen and shop fitting business that is rapidly growing through the delivery of quality, custom made work using cutting edge technology and machinery to recruit a key position in the business.You will be working with a tightly knit team who take pride in the work they produce.
The company is aligned with some of the most reputable businesses on the Gold Coast and has a customer base that demands the best work and the most up to date designs.  Because of the quantity of projects in the pipeline, this business needs an Installer to come on board to work autonomously on multiple projects at any one time including large scale kitchens, residential projects as well as commercial fitouts and developments.
You will:
Be a fully qualified Cabinet Maker Have experience installing joinery Be able to start immediately Have basic tools. Be punctual and reliable Take instructions and work well under a supervisor. Have an excellent attitude towards safety Have good attention to detail Have a hard working and ambitious attitude
As this is a small, but rapidly growing business with huge contracts on the horizon, you have the unique opportunity to come on board at a time where you can make your mark and grow with the company. You will be offered flexibility, a competitive hourly rate (plus overtime) and will be working with a manager who appreciates your input and doesn't take himself too seriously.  With some major new projects and an exciting new product offering on the horizon, now is the time to make the move and push your skills and career to the next level.
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We are expanding into Queensland and are currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified applicants who are committed to provide support to our clients.
This position involves providing a professional, high standard of client services delivered with respect and integrity to build relationships and to connect people with a disability and their families to a range of providers and resources to meet the needs of their individual NDIS support plan and implement the clients plan in various funded supports.
We can offer you
Full Time employment within a growing organisation SCHCADS Level 5 / $35.78 per hour + Super Gold Coast / Southern Brisbane Location
The successful candidate will have
Frontline Management or Certificate IV Disability Work / Community Services and or specialised skills to perform at this level. Demonstrated experience working with culturally diverse people and with complex clients. Knowledge and experience of using positive behaviour support to work with individuals with challenging behaviours. Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity and Work Health and Safety requirements relevant to the position. Knowledge of Disability Standards. Demonstrated skills in priority setting, planning and organising own work to achieve work outcomes with the ability to work autonomously and as part of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated interpersonal, active listening, conflict resolution, written and verbal communication skills (e.g. phone manner, file notes) with a focus on key stakeholder relationships. A thorough knowledge and understanding of the NDIS and other relevant legislation. Knowledge of 3SA programs and services and other provider services. Information communications literacy in a windows environment, particularly word and excel to intermediate level, email, web with a strong emphasis on accurate data entry. Experience implementing person centred and human rights based approaches. Attention to detail to analyse client outcomes against the NDIS Price Guide and Terms of Business. Experience using Microsoft excel, word and ability to adapt to new systems and processes. Flexibility to work across services and locations. Current driver’s licence. Working with Children Check NSW.
3SA trading as OTCP, CNC and Our Mob is a not-for-profit organisation providing responsive and flexible support services to people living with mental illness, disability and/or experiencing accommodation difficulties. Working with 3SA offers many great benefits aside from being part of an organisation which creates positive and lasting change in people’s lives.
Benefits of working at 3SA
Excellent salary packaging benefits Career growth and training opportunities in a valuable sector A flexible and supportive working environment Free Employee Assistance Program
Interested in this position?
Please visit our website,  to view the position description.
We welcome and invite Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply Appointment to this position will require a satisfactory police check clearance To be eligible for this position, you must have the legal right to work in Australia
For Enquiries: please contact Margaret-Ann Goy on *****52 + click to reveal
Applications close: COB Friday 8th June 2018
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work and pay our respects to their elders past and present.
Knights Commercial Laundry is an award winning family owned business that has been servicing Toowoomba and the surrounds since 1897.
Knights operates from a state of the art factory in Anzac Avenue Toowoomba where we are continually investing to improve productivity and quality to expand our market base. Our services include Bed & Table Linen, Towelling, Remote Camp Linen, Uniforms, Floor Mats and specialised services such as Medical Linen laundering.
Purpose of position:
This position involves various duties in Production including sorting, ironing, folding, packing, loading / unloading of washers, dryers, and cleaning of laundry machinery to ensure the customer receives a quality product and reliable service.
The core accountabilities of this position are:
Able to work unsupervised and achieve the required results as a member of a team. Able to work safely on manual handling tasks standing for long periods. Notify supervisor if there are problems, hazards or safety concerns. Maintain a safe, tidy work area. Able to work at different workstations within a rotating shift roster.
Job Functions:
Sound communication verbal and written skills Ability to work as an effective team member Work safely at all times as instructed Correctly identify types of linen as presented before you on conveyor Pick up and disperse each item into the correct tub or bag Immediately report any safety concern, error or malfunction Correctly feed towels into towelling feeder Correctly fold and grade stock items ready for dispatch
What We Offer:
Very supportive work environment Generous salary (reflective of appropriate skills)
Whilst all applicants will be carefully considered, we will only be able to personally contact those candidates that are short-listed for interview.
We want to hear from you! Send your resume and a cover letter to: ***** + click to reveal
Forklift Operator

Our client who is leading manufacturer of one of Australia’s name brand mattresses is now seeking an process worker with an LF ticket to join their established team on a permanent basis. Travelling to Carole Park this role is a great opportunity for someone with a great attitude and willing to learn.
This position will be Monday to Friday, day shift with potential of OT.
About you
This is an ideal opportunity for detailed, driven person with enthusiasm and initiative to get involved with our client’s business by assisting with the manufacturing of foam products on a daily basis. With full training provided this is a great entry level role into the manufacturing industry for someone with some forklift experience.
You will be responsible for safely and efficiently producing flexible polyurethane foam for use in mattress products as well as various other warehouse duties.
Core responsibilities will include:
• Forklift operation
• Operation of plant equipment
• Chemical handling
• General housekeeping
• Adhering to productions KPI’s

In order to be successful for this position you must have:
• Australian forklift license
• Ability to follow instructions and work in a fast paced environment
• Accuracy and attention to detail
• Efficient, reliable and hardworking
• Ability to work independently and effectively within a team to ensure that goals and KPI’s are achieved
• Must have Reliable transport

If the above sounds like you and you are ready for a new challenge then please do not hesitate to press apply and attach an up to date resume.

Programmed Skilled Workforce
Reference Number: *****46 + click to reveal
As one of Australia's largest employers, we work with great companies all around Australia and New Zealand to give you the best opportunities to work when and where you want to.
At Programmed, we are committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment which values and respects diverse styles, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
We welcome and encourage women, people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and people from diverse backgrounds to apply.
The Company
Century Yuasa Batteries is an Australian manufacturing company with a major international parent, a leader in the field with identifiable brand names. We have a reputation for building tough and reliable product, something we have demonstrated for 90 years.  We design, manufacture, import and distribute product throughout Australia and New Zealand.
The Role
We seek an experienced designer who will be able to design, develop and implement energy storage systems and products, including UPS, Grid Connected Energy Systems, DC and Solar systems. You will work in partnership with a Business Development Manager to ensure products are optimised to meet the customer’s needs.
Essential Requirements
Electrical Engineering degree (accredited by Engineers Australia) Experience in AC System design AND commissioning Working experience and knowledge of AS/NZS 3000
Previous experience in DC Systems and equipment including batteries is not essential, but is advantageous.
To Apply
We welcome your interest in joining our innovative and resourceful team.  Please click ‘Apply Now’ and attach your Resume with a covering letter.  Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Applications close 4th June 2018
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(No recruitment companies please)
Ontime Management Services operate our own Depots along the East Coast, in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Townsville. Brisbane is our home, with the head office in Lytton Qld.
Our clients include, Bunnings Group, Dunlop Foams, Sleepmaker Australia, Capral, Everhard Industries and many more..
We require an experienced Transport Administration Officer to work in our Shared Services Centre in Brisbane for our head office Warehouse and Transport Operation.
The successful applicant will be skilled in booking outside transport suppliers, liaise with customers for onsite pickups and ensure all orders are processed for picking.
Processing of Time Sheets and Consignment Data Entry.
Good computer skills and phone manner are essential.
Attention to detail is an absolute must.
Previous use of Electronic Transport systems will be highly regarded, especially if you have previous experience with CMS Freight 2020.
We offer full time employment, uniforms and onsite training.
Please send your resume to ***** + click to reveal
Only successful applicants will be contacted.
4x HC Drivers Required for civil and construction haulage company!
Super Recruit are seeking experienced HC Drivers for upcoming work in Brisbane with a reputable haulage company based on the north side of Brisbane.
These are ongoing full-time casual positions with great pay rates. This is an excellent position for any dedicated civil construction professional. Our client is looking for hard working reliable candidates who take pride in their work.
The successful applicant must possess the following:
HC licence Road Ranger licence (open class) Construction Induction Card (white Card) Experience driving HC vehicles in construction and civil. Excavator/Roller/Bobcat/Backhoe/Grader tickets highly regarded.
Your daily tasks and duties would include but not be limited to the below:
Prestart checks Cartage of construction materials, quarry runs, tipper, green waste, in situ earthworks General site set up and clean up Completing work tasks set by the supervisor Operation of company vehicles and equipment (computers, devices, etc) Safe work practices Labouring and machine operation (if ticketed) Following/reading plans project work - travelling to and from site
If you possess the following and are interested please hit the apply button and upload a current resume now! Alternatively call *****31 + click to reveal email ***** with + click to reveal your updated CV.
Legal Secretary required for full/part time position. Experience essential as general legal secretary - conveyancing required. Send CV to ***** + click to reveal
About the Role:
Celotti workforce is seeking a Machinist for a busy workshop based on Brisbane Northside. The role will suit a Trade Qualified person that has experience with Machining and Turning, and CNC experience would be highly regarded.
Our Ideal Candidate:
Our ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes to be successful:
Mechanical Trade Qualification Solid Experience with Machining and Turning CNC Experience will be highly regarded Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and relevant information Sound knowledge of trade quality requirements A flexible and positive attitude Ability to work in a team environment
Pay rate is negotiable and will be based on relevant experience.
To Apply:
If you believe you’re the right person for this role, please click APPLY, or contact CELOTTI WORKFORCE on *****88 + click to reveal.
About Us: 
CELOTTI WORKFORCE is a specialist provider of temporary and permanent blue and white collar staff to the building, infrastructure and resources sectors across Australia. We seek the highest calibre candidates for our assignments which span small to major engineering and construction projects and mainstream operations in our select sectors.
Supporting Diversity:
CELOTTI WORKFORCE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe in strength through diversity. We are committed to providing an inclusive, respectful and fair working environment; encouraging applications from women, Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders, and people of all backgrounds and beliefs to apply for our positions.
Churches of Christ in Queensland, Marana Gardens Aged Care Service, Southport
Permanent, part-time opportunity
Imagine a job where everything you did made a difference
About the role
Every day is new and different for a Care Coordinator (Registered Nurse level 2) at Marana Gardens Aged Care Service. During your varied day, you will work closely with the Service Manager and allied health professionals to carry out contemporary nursing practices through assessing, planning, and evaluating resident care.
Your primary focus will be recognising resident needs and assisting them with services that enrich their daily living. In order to ensure that resident's individual care plan requirements are met, you will also provide comprehensive guidance to care staff.
You will be responsible for providing advanced clinical support, leadership and coordination of clinical care for residents with complex needs. Some of the residents you will look after for years to come and the relationships you build with them and their families will be both meaningful and significant.
Within this part-time position, you will work 48 hours per fortnight (four days per week). If you are looking for a diverse and rewarding role that has a positive impact on the lives of seniors, this might be the right opportunity for you.
About you
You are often commended on your problem solving, decision making and negotiation skills and you take pride in your highly developed interpersonal skills. You have the ability to prioritise and manage workloads according to resident needs and are able work independently or as part of a multi-disciplinary work team. You can effectively communicate at all levels enabling you to achieve best nursing practices in accordance with legislation, common law and quality improvement.
Ideally you will have;
Minimum 5 years' experience in aged care with an understanding of the ageing process and age related health issues; Demonstrated knowledge of ACFI and accreditation/compliance; Demonstrated interpersonal and written communication skills; Experience in managing a dedicated staff of personal care workers.
Only people with Australian work rights are able to apply for this position.
Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of: modelling unconditional love; behaving with integrity; and being good stewards.
Who we are
We offer over 200 services in more than 100 communities, positively impacting around 45,000 lives each year. Our care services range from children, youth and family services, early intervention and protection, affordable housing, and seniors and support living, making us one of Australia's largest, most diverse not-for-profit organisations.
In particular, we operate 28 residential aged care services that include specialties such as dementia, palliative and respite care.
Imagine working for us
Our values encourage us to be accepting of differences and embrace all. Our size and variety offers you real choice and opportunities to grow your career. You'll also find we offer a family friendly work culture.
Remuneration packages come complete with salary-packaging benefits that can increase your take-home pay along with a generous five weeks of annual leave and the ability to purchase more ( for eligible employees) . To ensure your career can grow, we are constantly exploring innovative training and development programs. Most importantly, you will help us to positively impact the lives of thousands of vulnerable Australians. Just imagine that.
To apply
To apply for this position please click the Apply button. For further information, please contact Danielle Lowe on *****88 + click to reveal.
We actively encourage and invite applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions.
Applications close: Thursday 7 June 2018
Are you looking for a position in a forward thinking aged care company where you can make a real difference? If you answered YES, then please read on!
Join a growing and vibrant organisation where Everyone Matters' Training and development opportunities available Casual hourly rate of $27.65 + reimbursement for travel between clients
We are currently seeking a Community Support superstar in the Fraser Coast region! If you are the type of person who wants to support seniors to live their best life and believe senior years are something to be celebrated, then we want to hear from you!
About you:
You must hold a minimum Certificate III in Individual Support/Aged Care/Disability or similar qualification You have a current drivers licence and own vehicle with current registration and third party insurance You are willing to undergo a police check and prove that you have the right to work in Australia You are available to work a variety of shifts over 5 days per week between 7am - 7pm (Alternate weekend availability is highly desirable) You are ideally located in Hervey Bay and comfortable to travel in the Hervey Bay and Maryborough areas You are happy to work approx. 15-20 hours per week on a casual basis
The ideal candidate will have previous experience providing a range of services to clients including undertaking personal care services, transportation to and from appointments, domestic cleaning and preparing light meals. Not only that but they will also demonstrate passion, enthusiasm and a genuine desire to support our clients to live their lives to the fullest.
About Feros Care:
Feros Care is a multi-award winning not-for-profit organisation offering a range of aged, disability and community care services. What we care most about is helping people live bolder lives. Better connected. More active. More fulfilling.
We don't just want our clients to live. We want them to dream. To get their feet wet and their hands dirty. To laugh, have friends, be happy. We call it growing bold and for over 30 years, we are making it real, both for older Australians and those living with disability.
We place a strong importance on our culture and strive to create an environment where staff are able to do their best life's work. We love diversity within our teams, it brings richness in ideas, perspectives. It makes us a better organisation and allows us to achieve more than we could have imagined.
Apply Now!
Now if what we have said has excited you and believe you fit the brief we would love to hear from you!
We encourage people with disability, lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this job.
When successful, you will be required to undertake a criminal records check in accordance with legislation and provide proof of your right to work in Australia.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kerry Bundock on *****93 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 810184.