About Us
Sharp & Carter is a specialist recruitment agency that was established in 2009. Initially starting in Melbourne the Sharp & Carter business has grown and developed to now have 4 offices across Melbourne and Sydney with 60 specialist recruiters dedicated to the areas of Finance and Accounting, Sales & Marketing, Business Support, Legal & Compliance and Property & Construction.
The Opportunity
Due to significant in-roads into the Sydney recruitment market, Sharp & Carter are now seeking a Graduate Recruitment Consultant to join their recruitment team based in the CBD - North Sydney or Western Sydney - Eastern Creek.
Reporting into the Director, the Recruitment Consultant will be responsible for building and developing a 360 degree recruitment desk looking after both permanent and contracting recruitment. The training program will be heavily focused on building really strong long term relationships with customers, identifying the best talent in the market, coordinating events and working in a highly enthusiastic team based environment.
Who We Are Looking For
Sharp & Carter is seeking a university graduate who is self motivated, energetic and has a strong work ethic. You will have excellent communication skills and proven experience dealing with people in day-to-day life through university studies, work, sport, travel and other extra curricular activities.
Sharp & Carter has been built on the values of excellence, partnership, integrity, enjoyment with a strong team focus and anyone who has similar values and ideals is encouraged to apply.
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The Benefits
Transparent remuneration + commission model Structured training and development programs Progressive recruitment environment - autonomy & trust Team based culture - monthly drinks, group PT, company trips Team based incentives Yearly trip - Cairns 2017, Queenstown 2016, Bali 2015 Opportunities across multiple states
How to apply 
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, contact Simon Cust - Director at ***** + click to reveal
The Company 
Our client is a well-established apartment builder developer with a strong growth strategy in place and projects scope within high-rise residential development. 
This multi award winning company build their own developments which are high end apartment projects up to 200 Units. 
This is a stable role within very successful growing company, where the company have a genuine care for all their employees, culture fit and well-being. This building business is well respected in the residential space within Sydney. 
The Role 
This opportunity will see you managing all the Construction activities on site; you will work with an experienced site team to deliver 130 Residential Units project in Hornsby. 
Reporting directly to the Project Manager, your duties will include coordinating all sub-contractors, suppliers and material deliveries, liaising with key stakeholders, ensuring project completion within timescale and budget and ensuring all sub-contractors and employees adhere to all OH&S requirements. 
Experience required 
• Trade qualification as a Carpenter or Construction Management Degree 
• Previous experience as a Site Manager delivering Residential projects over 120 Units 
• Good man-management skills with the ability to motivate & drive direct & sub-contract labour 
• Highly skilled in OH&S 
• A commitment to quality and an eye for detail 
A top package and genuine career opportunities and personal growth in a progressive organisation with a strong standing policy of developing their own staff, which continues to reinforce their reputation for being "the place to work".
To apply please send your CV to Ricardo Noguera by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below or call him on *****18. + click to reveal (Reference Number [RN-SM-HNSBY-01])
AustCorp provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with federal and state laws.  
Credit Executive, Retail credit services
Huxley’s large international banking client has got us looking out for a Credit Analyst to join their team.
The Retail Banking and Wealth Management (RBWM) Risk Team is responsible for the development and management of risk management framework across the majority of RBWM secured and unsecured products, supporting the business objectives, risk appetite and ensuring risk strategies are incorporated across the full credit life cycle spectrum.
Key responsibilities:

To develop and build upon your credit knowledge to support your career development. Process, verify and decision residential mortgage credit submissions within Delegated Limits of Authority Provide recommendations to Senior Credit Executives / Line Managers Process facility reviews / variations, temporary excess / overdraft requests Provide a high level service to assist RBWM Distribution Channels to achieve Targets whilst maintaining a focus on risk management, compliance with bank’s credit policies and legislative / regulatory requirements Understand the needs of internal / external customers and global business or function and build and maintain professional values based, constructive working relationships
To be successful in the role you will need:

3 - 5 years credit assessment experience within a Financial Institution is essential. Previously held a DLA (Delegated Lending Authority) of $750k or above A strong aptitude towards analytics, decision making and verification Strong commercial acumen Attention to detail with excellent time management and organisational skills Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel) The ability to understand the customer’s needs and to adopt an innovative problem solving approach.
If you have any questions regarding this position please feel free to contact Elliot Williams on *****08 + click to reveal alternatively APPLY via the link below.

Sthree Australia is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
This company has multiple development sites around Sydney and have 1200 homes going up next year.
They have a great opportunity for an experienced Estimator who is resilient and eager to assist a growing team and a growing business.
Due to the influx of work they are looking for an Estimator who can do material orders and BOQs. 
Your role as the Estimator:
BOQs, purchase orders, invoicing, excel  Compiling preliminary pricing and preparing accurate base cost for projects Prepare tenders, assist with pricing requests and generate accurate base costs for projects Submitting preliminary work required by council for DA/CDC approval  Exceptional communication and organisation skills 
What you need to fulfill the Estimating role:
2 years with a home building company in Australia Knowledge of the BCA codes and council requirements Ability to run many projects at once  Fast paced work ability
If you're interested in this role, please contact Anca Marinescu on *****00 or email + click to reveal your CV to *****  + click to reveal
Outstanding opportunity for a motivated individual looking to build a career Supportive team environment Ongoing training, mentoring and support
The Company:
Our client, Graphic Art Mart, is a national supplier of sign, digital and display solutions that is committed to providing only the best sign, digital, graphic and equipment solutions to the visual industries by representing world leading industry brands. They pride themselves on the quality products, excellent customer service, and the ability to ensure their customers have access to the latest technologies available to the market.
The Role:

Are you looking to kick start your career within a large, stable organisation? Graphic Art Mart is seeking a self-driven Warehouse Storeperson to develop and grow within the business. You will be responsible for the efficient and organized coordination of day to day warehouse and inventory related activities.
The Warehouse Storeperson’s responsibilities will include: 

Liaison between customer service and the warehouse to ensure all customer requests are processed efficiently Stock administration, including maintain accurate inventory records on the computerized inventory system Working with the warehouse manager to identify stock variances and rectify; managing the inventory into appropriate locations throughout the warehouse; making recommendations on potential out of stock situations Providing support to sales team in relation to samples and marketing materials Identifying goods that are due to be dispatched to customers professionally and in excellent condition Assisting with the efficient and accurate loading and unloading of goods, picking orders, and operating slitting machines and rewinders Packing customer orders for dispatch, preparing invoices and freight documentation Ensuring that all areas of the warehouse are kept clean and that the standard safety and security precautions are understood and observed. 
Essential Storeperson Criteria The ideal candidate will be a dedicated worker with a passion for providing exceptional service and the desire to become a valued team member in a dynamic customer service environment.
You will have:  

Excellent verbal and written communication skills Leadership skills as well as the ability to take direction and work closely with the customer service team Excellent decision making and problem-solving skills Strong presentation skills, a professional manner and exceptional customer service skills Adequate knowledge of the Company's products, or the ability to build sufficient knowledge quickly Ability to use and understand industry and Company terminology and acronyms Great rapport and relationship building abilities Strong time management The capability to work both autonomously and within a team Current driver's licence and forklift licence Knowledge of safe manual handling techniques, including the ability to use lifting aids such as forklifts Proficient computer skills, including ability to receipt goods Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment 
This is an outstanding opportunity to grow with an organisation that values and rewards its employees. The ideal candidate will be energetic and self-motivated with a desire to grow and succeed in a dynamic business. If you are looking for a rewarding, entry-level opportunity to grow with a national organisation that values and rewards its employees, please apply below or forward your Cover Letter and CV to ***** + click to reveal
For more information, please contact Kate at Allan Hall Human Resource Services on *****52. + click to reveal
Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted for the next stage of the recruitment process. Thank you for your understanding.
Crane Mechanic, $40 - $45 + OT + Vehicle + On-Call Bonus
Your new company
Our client is a global leader in the crane manufacturing and service, with production centers across multiple countries. They have an experienced team of mechanics that support the from pre-delivery through to end user support.
Your new role
You will predominantly be based in the Sydney metro area supporting local customers on-site, from your provided vehicle. The work will range from maintenance through to breakdown repairs of All Terrain and Truck Mounted Cranes. In addition to this you will have the opportunity to travel throughout the Asian Pacific supporting their global customers.
What you'll need to succeed
You will need to be a trade licensed mechanic or auto electrician with experience of working on heavy machinery's electric's and mechanical components. It is desired that you will have crane experience, however those who are willing to learn will be considered.
What you'll get in return
You will get an attractive hourly rate with the opportunity to work up to 70 hours a week, as well as optional Saturday work. There is the chance to travel to there global sites for work, as well as some training is provided in Europe. You will get a take home vehicle, tools, fuel card, computer and phone.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to ***** + click to reveal , or call Paul Gallagher now *****19. + click to reveal
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
The Position:
I'm looking to liaise with established Snr Management Accountants for a large Business Unit that is part of a multinational group, going through transformation & refinement. The whole operational focus has shifted into a different, more effective model & need exceptional people on board who share the vision to make it happen.
The Person:
It is essential that successful candidates will be well versed ERP systems, have extensive experience with budgets & forecasts, providing sound analytical support & very strong business Partnering capabilities;
Duties and responsibilities:
Provide effective Financial & Management reporting for the Business Unit, month end & management packs for group level Assist the Commercial Finance Manager provide effective development and maintenance of financial budgets, forecasting & cash flow management Assist in the preparation and review of Business Cases. Provide necessary financial data as input. Develop and implement process improvements, document desktop procedures and processes Ownership of P&L accounts, balance sheets, advise on variances & provide overview of analysis Partner with Sales, supply chain & other key stakeholders to provide ad-hoc reporting for strategic decision support Assist with inventory management & assets register
Your background:
Degree qualified with CPA/CA/CIMA; Have extensive experience with navigating common ERP's Have worked in a similar capability, complex environment Be a polished business partner & possess exceptional communication Able to take a hands on approach to understand current processes
Successful candidates will display strong experience as a Snr Management Accountant, have polished analytical abilities, communication/business partnering skills. You will be rewarded with a diverse, challenging environment & permanent opportunities for clear performers.

For further information on this role or to confidentially apply, please contact Brad Laudenbach on *****00 + click to reveal or apply directly via the Apply for this job button. Only WORD FORMAT resumes will be accepted.
For over 35 years MPM Marketing Services, has been marketing and manufacturing disposable food packaging for the Australasian market. We are committed to creating and sourcing products that provide our customers with the complete solution to their food service requirements and with almost 50% of our range manufactured in Australia and more than 2000 products in our range we are absolutely committed to being the best food packaging distributor for our customers.
Our success and commitment to our customers has developed an opportunity for a results driven sales achiever to further develop our established Southern Suburbs and Regional NSW territory.
You will have a good degree of autonomy and will be supported by our experienced staff based in Arndell Park.
The territory has a well-developed existing customer base that include a mixture of food service distributors and end users along with state and national customers and provides a good deal of opportunity for future growth.
This is a great chance to use your knowledge and experience in a successful organization committed to maintaining its position as an innovative market leader in the industry.
Reporting to the State Sales Manager the Role Requires:
Sales experience in the Food Service, Coffee, Hospitality or Packaging industries will be a significant advantage You will have strong time management and organisational skills and be able to demonstrate success at delivering results and positive outcomes. Proven ability to build and maintain customer relationships while at the same time identifying opportunities to generate new business. Resilience and the ability to step up for a challenge An ability to commit to and add value to a One Team-One Company- One Direction philosophy. Computer literate including experienced with CRM software. This role will require some regional over-night travel, so flexibility is essential.
If you wish to join our team and have the right to work in Australia please send a cover letter and your resume, to ***** + click to reveal

Rated as ‘Good’, with outstanding aspects, in the most recent Ofsted Excellent transport links and guaranteed parking on site Friendly and inclusive staff Above average number of EAL pupils
Full time primary teaching role Competitive salary dependent on experience Class consists of mixed academic ability pupils Well behaved pupils who are keen to learn
What you'll need to succeed Be eligible to work in the UK Be qualified to teach Primary  Possess valid references Possess a valid DBS/police checks
What you'll get in return ** A vibrant, exciting and inspiring environment
** Relocation support from specialist consultants in Australia and the UK
** Guaranteed Work Scheme
** Free training throughout the year
** Regular social events and discounted travel deals
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or contact Shauna at ***** + click to reveal or *****34. + click to reveal
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. A permanent Office Administrator job opportunity based in Melbourne CBD.
Develop reporting, investigation and analysis within this subsidiary of a high performing global business
RTW Coordinator, Case Manager, CBD, $90,000
Year 5 Primary School Teacher job in Newham, East London.
Year 2 Primary School Teacher job in an 'Outstanding' primary school in Southwark, South East London.
Forestry Corporation of NSW, a dynamic, cutting edge organisation is seeking a Senior Java Developer in Sydney
THE COMPANY Earn lucrative bonuses on top of your salary and build a solid career in Collections and Finance. Grow your experiences and expand your skills in this well-established Australian company. Located in the heart of Parramatta, this company is seeking to fill the vacancy on their team. They are offering a generous Salary package, uncapped Commissions, an upbeat company culture and opportunities for progression. Fulfil your passion and apply today to interview tomorrow.
This opportunity is perfect for an experienced Collections Officer who is determined to excel their career and achieve results (as well as bonuses)!
Duties will include:
Skip-Tracing tasks and tracking customers Liaising with Internal Staff and third parties Managing high-volumes of Outbound Calls Negotiating Payment plans Portfolio Management and Customer Service
Based in the heart of Parramatta, this modern office is a convenient 4 minute walk from Harris park Station and 6 minutes from Parramatta station. Located closely to shops, eateries, street parking and public transport.
Don't delay - Apply today!
To apply for this exciting role, please forward your resume in our preferred Word or PDF format of 2MB or smaller to: ***** + click to reveal quoting Ref: 81561.
For any queries regarding this or other roles, please phone Lily-Ann Nguyen on 1300 JOBHUNT (562 486).
Voted Australia's favourite recruiter 2011, 2012 and 2013 and a Sara Legend from 2014 to 2016

Working for this global organisation you will be the Payroll Manager who leads the function from an operational and strategic basis. This exciting position offers you the opportunity to directly advise line managers and hold a high profile position within the company. You will directly manage the payroll function to ensure that the process is running efficiently and effectively.
You will be responsible for:
Managing the the current payroll system - Sage Micropay (full lifecycle from analysis of current processes/systems, through to recommendation and implementation of changes) Overseeing all payroll operations for Australia and NZ for this business, including; monthly payroll processing Ensure compliance and legislative requirements are met Assisting with ad hoc requests and managing projects Authorising expenses, pay runs, bonuses, super and group tax Manage all payroll related reporting requirements Managing their recent aquisition of the business by transfering their existing employees onto a new payroll system Ensure that you are mentoring and coaching your team members
To be successful in this role you will possess excellent communication skills, consultancy skills and strong experience in payroll and employment legislation, including taxation, superannuation, salary packaging, group tax and works compensation. You will have experience resolving problems, advising at a senior level and making sound decisions. You will also have had experience of working to project deadlines. Within this role you will need to use your strong people skills to build creditiblity and respect accross the business units. Experience with the Sage Micropay system is highly desirable.
If this role is inline with your experience then please apply now by clicking on the link below, should you have any issues please email your CV and cover letter through to Melissa Khouri on ***** + click to reveal
A fantastic opportunity for a Salesforce Developer to join a leading Telecommunication Company. Working on a greenfield project within a talented team, the Salesforce Developer will enjoy an excellent opportunity to play an integral part in the ongoing development and growth of key projects, in a rewarding, supportive and exciting environment.


Work with project team to implement Salesforce Solution designs Liaise with developers from other project teams to efficiently resolve any code conflict issues Develop all things Salesforce (Visualforce pages, Apex classes & triggers, Apex test classes, Community development, Lightning components, Flows, Workflows and Business Process Builder and other admin level configuration) Construct SF web services and integrating with external APIs/RESTful/SOAP and integrating with 3rd party systems Maintain high code coverage Manage code branches, merges and use change sets where required Work directly with business stakeholders to clarify requirements and SF Architects to clarify solutions Code in a Salesforce org with medium to high code and configuration complexity

5+ Years developing on the SalesForce platform Knowledge of broader CRM, SFA, and ERP platform concepts Exposure to SFDC best practices & guidelines in implementing the solution Working Knowledge of Salesforce tools and technologies -Sharing Model / Data Visibility, Apex, Visual Force, Triggers, JavaScript, Batch Apex, Apex API's, Process Builder and data loader. Experience with HTML5, Object-Oriented JavaScript, various JavaScript libraries and micro frameworks (jQuery, Bootstrap, Angular). Excellent written and communication skills
To apply please click apply or call Elise Verhoeye on *****56 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
* Service Desk Team Lead 
* Macquarie Park Location
* Work with one of our Large Managed Services Partners!
Are you looking to progress your Service Desk career? 
We have a great fresh new opportunity for someone to move into a Team Lead Service Desk position with one of our largely recognised Managed Services Partners. 
This opportunity would best suit someone who has previously had some experience in a 2IC/ Supervisory position and looking to take the next step up into a Team Lead role.
You will be overseeing a corporate customer service desk team providing a high level of L1-2 Service Desk expertise.  Experience working in the ServiceNow ticketing system will be advantageous.
The main responsibilities for this role is for you and your team to provide the day to day delivery of services, as well as planning and assisting the Service Delivery Manager and/or Client Business Manager in providing all documented services to the required levels.
You will be the primary point of contact for the operational delivery and support of end-users and computing devices and will be responsible for delivery outcomes, customer experience, customer satisfaction and the identification of continuous improvement initiatives.
The vendor is looking to interview and appoint at short notice, so if this sounds like an exciting new challenge for you then please Apply Now!
Any further questions, email Lisa- ***** + click to reveal
About the Company
A diverse enterprise organisation based in Western Sydney with a large finance function and established technology service.

About the Role
The organisation is looking for someone to sit between the organisation and TM1 vendor, acting as a conduit between the two to develop out the internal enterprise planning capability.
You will need to have a strong understanding of finance with more of a focus on technology. The role is maintaining, running and building out the TM1 environment, you will need to have the ability to build cubes and rules.

This role offers a fantastic salary with flexible working arrangements. Work / life balance is extremely important to this organisation.

How to Apply
For more information, please call Sam Ebrahim at u&u on *****15, + click to reveal quoting reference number 10176. Alternatively, to submit an application, please click below.
Please submit your resume in Word format only.
Don't settle for a boring job, when you can kick-start a career in an industry you love!  We are currently recruiting for 5 Aquatic Centre Trainees and 1 Business Administration trainee with the team across Belgravia Leisure's Aquatic Centres throughout Sydney. Work with a growing dynamic organisation in a fast-paced, exciting environment. Complete a nationally recognised qualification.

AFL SportsReady currently has 6 exciting positions available for someone wanting to pursue a career in the Sport and Recreation industry. 
5 x Leisure and Aquatic Centre Trainee
1 x Auburn Ruth Everuss Aquatic Centre (Lidcombe)
1 x Annette Kellerman Aquatic Centre (Marrickville)
1 x Waves Fitness and Aquatic Centre (Baulkham Hills)
2 x Liverpool Leisure Centres (Whitlam Leisure Centre, Michael Wenden Aquatic Centre and Michael Clarke Recreation Centre)
1 x Business Administration
State Office, Auburn Ruth Everuss Aquatic Centre (Lidcombe)
The successful applicants will be legally employed by AFL SportsReady, but will work on-site at Belgravia Leisure's Aquatic Centres and receive an accredited Certificate III in Sport and Recreation qualification (on successful completion).
Belgravia Leisure is part of the Belgravia Health and Leisure Group (BHLG) and is the fastest growing leisure organisation in Australia. Our core areas of business and facilities stewardship include health clubs, wellness and spa, golf, aquatic and sporting venues in 150 locations across Australia and New Zealand.
We are in an exciting period of growth, and look to continue to diversify and deliver results while being a strong community citizen.  With an annual turnover in excess of $180m, the group are looking for the best and brightest to assist with taking the organisation into the future..
The Aquatic Centre Trainee will work be based at a venue and work across multiple Aquatic Centres and develop proficiency in all aspects of service delivery within the business.  The role will deliver quality frontline services across a range of business areas that will include Lifeguard, Swimming and Water Safety Teacher, and Customer Service, kiosk and administration functions.
These roles will also be provided with essential training and mentorship to become fully qualified in Lifeguarding, Swimming and Water Safety Teaching, and Customer Service.
For more information about the Host Employer please visit:

General administrative support. Assist with the delivery of programs and services. Client and customer relations. Provide excellent customer service to all customers, both in person and over the telephone by responding to customers' needs or concerns, ensuring the quality of service meets agreed customer service standards. Follow defined sales processes and systems to meet agreed membership sales targets where applicable. Apply accurate cash handling principles and use of Point of Sale (POS) systems to meet the Centres cash management requirements. Maintain lifeguard and first aid qualification as required. Must attend all relevant training / inductions to develop qualification in areas including, lifeguarding, swimming and water safety education and customer service.

Great organisational skills Excellent customer service skills Ability to work well within a team Capacity to problem-solve and high attention to detail Current Working with Children Check Current National Police Check
Austswim teacher of swimming (or ability to obtain) Pool Lifeguard Certificate (or ability to obtain) Certificate Level II in First Aid (or ability to obtain)
The successful candidate will receive:
National Training Wage Award + 9.5% Superannuation Fully funded qualification
As a member of the AFL SportsReady team, you can:
Earn the national training wage while you learn Take the first steps of your career in an industry of your choice Obtain on-the-job training and essential work experience Complete a nationally recognised qualification (Certificate II, III, & IV) Entry to our University partners + course credit (Diploma – conditions apply) Be supported every step of the way through mentorship and training

People with tertiary qualifications need not apply. Position is best suited to a(n):
Recent secondary school leaver

Applications for this position will close: Friday 8th December 5PM and must include:
A tailored cover letter An up to date resume / CV

For more information on this position or any other opportunities at AFL SportsReady, please contact:
Breanna Appel, Field Officer
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Sales Assistant 

This is an exciting opportunity for an Sales Assistant to join a market leader and premier Real Estate Agency. With years of selling experience in Sydney's Western Suburbs. Our client is a multi office office network that dominates the real estate industry. This stunning office is located on one of the busiest streets with many offices, school and shops surrounding. This is a team with a strong emphasis on up to date training and development and an opportunity to get your foot in the door.. 
The Role:
This is a fast paced role that involves prospecting to bring in new business. Are you a confident individual? Support a successful sales agent! Offering YOU a chance to work with some of Sydney's most exclusive properties in the west. Your day to day responsibilities will include both admin and prospecting:
Diary management and scheduling appointments Updating the client database and client information Monitoring email enquiries Social media management for current listings Designing brochures, signboards and internet adverts Maintaining the website and booking, preparing and proofreading advertising  Booking market appraisals Liaising with solicitors for contracts of sale Attending and assisting with open homes Prospecting, cold calling & door knocking  Exchange of Contracts for Sale Ordering stationary, special occasion cards, settlement gifts and marketing materials  Liaising with vendors, tenants and tradespeople Ad hoc administration duties
The Candidate:
Previous experience in Real Estate in an administration capacity  Must have a current Real Estate Certificate of Registration & driver's license  Immaculately presented and well groomed Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Excellent communication skills both written and verbal Possess a strong work ethic
The Benefits:
Work within a Supportive Team Big Branded Agency with a fantastic team culture Fast paced and busy role Learn from the best in the industry
To Apply:
Georgia Barton on *****00 or *****64  + click to reveal
or email your CV to *****  + click to reveal
All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence. Only those with the right to work in Australia need apply..
Work on cutting edge technologies while delivering market first solutions.  This business will give you total autonomy to create bespoke business and technical solutions within complex enterprise environments whilst remaining hands pon with some of the Tech stack
Work and learn within a collaborative delivery team focused on the best solutions.  You will be empowered to take your ideas from concept to delivery and drive solutions forward.
• Be able to do what you say you can do
• Be able and happy to work in unstructured delivery focussed environments 
• Be able to manage expectations, stakeholders and technical teams
• Be available to be hands on with your work and jump in with the team at all levels when required
• Be delivery focussed while managing multiple tasks across multiple business units concurrently
• Worked as a solution architect where you can provide tangible examples where you have excelled in your role against all odds
• Proven experience and examples where you have designed, developed and implemented complex solutions
• Be able to discuss your battle scares, what went wrong and what you did to rectify along with retrospectives to how you would do things differently
• Have worked in a technical agnostic environment where tech is not the solution to fit to rather enable the solution
• Key tech skills include JAVA, API's, REST, JSON, AWS, CMS
• Methodologies - TOGAF, Agile 
• Desirable - any experience on identity management, customer sign on portals
Please send your resume to ***** for + click to reveal a confidential conversation 
Skidsteer Operator - North West Sydney
We are looking for an experienced Skidsteer Operator to start immediately in the northwest Sydney area. This is a project running for a minimum of 6 months. You will be using a hand controlled machine, no foot controls required.
You must have a statement of attainment as you will be working on a Sydney Water site.
The opportunity on offer:
- Immediate start
- 6 month project
- Great Rates + Overtime + Allowances + Super
- Plenty of overtime available
What we need from you:
- At least 2 years operating experience
- All PPE - (Steel Cap Boots, Hard Hat and Hi Viz Shirt) + White card
- Skidsteer statement of attainment (additional plant VOC's/tickets highly regarded) - Own vehicle ideally
- 2 recent Work references
If you feel that you fit the above criteria, please email or call Conor on *****00. + click to reveal Alternatively click ‘Apply’ to the left and follow the prompts.
Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business.
You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website.
Tyre and Tube Australia (Services) Pty Ltd is seeking an experienced Warehouse 2nd in Charge to help efficiently manage the operations in its Sydney warehouse located at Silverwater.
As the Warehouse 2IC, you will work closely with the Warehouse Supervisor to run all aspects of the warehouse including allocating and supervising of the daily tasks to staff, stock management, process compliance and OH&S.
Duties and responsibilities will include:
Organising daily warehouse operations – allocating tasks, ensuring completion, supervision Inventory Control and bin location maintenance Organising transport Claim Investigations Providing efficient customer service to internal and external customers Work as a team with local, interstate warehouse, sales and office staff Local delivery drops as required Stock picking as required Housekeeping of warehouse including organisation of paperwork Data entry of consignment information into Freight Management System Unloading of containers if required Ensuring OH&S procedures are practised in the warehouse Managing KPI's and producing ideas for improvement Stocktakes
To be considered for this role, you will need:
Previous proven experience in a Leading Hand role A "can-do" attitude with a sense of urgency with the ability to meet deadlines The ability to lead the team by example Ability to adapt to change Excellent organisation and time management skills Ability to work both as part of a team and autonomously Current Drivers License and forklift license Preferred MR License Intermediate PC skills including word, excel and outlook Experience in using Freight Management System Experience in the tyre industry preferred
If you are looking to work in a dynamic, vibrant and supportive environment then this is a great opportunity for you.
Please forward your resume to ***** + click to reveal
Our client is a reputable civil engineering contractor in-charge of a variety of major projects throughout the Sydney region.
We are now on the lookout for experienced and skilled Civil Labourers to join their teams on a long-term contracting basis.
This role will incorporate a variety of responsibilities, making every day different, which will include;
Road and Civil Commercial General Demolition

To be considered for this role you will need the following;
Knowledgeable use of power and hand tools is essential Previous construction experience is essential White card Confined space ticket Full PPE gear including steel toe cap boots, high visibility jacket and hard hat Physically fit, punctual and reliable with own transportation
Please also apply if you have any of the following tickets;
Rail Industry Worker Traffic Control Elevated Work Platform Working at Heights MR / HR / HC License Forklift License

What’s in it for you?
$26 - $30 p/hr + super salary package Min 8 hour days + plenty of over-time Full-time employment offer An immediate start is available for the successful applicant
Design & Construct guarantees to keep your enquiry confidential and will always gain your permission first before submitting your details to any of our clients.
For further information regarding this position or any other opportunities, please contact Ryan Chapman in confidence on *****82 + click to reveal / ***** + click to reveal or click apply.
More than 3 million Australian adults experience disorders of anxiety and depression each year, but many do not seek treatment. Access Macquarie Virtual Clinics (AMQVC) are a ground-breaking mental health Initiative's designed to help people through the internet, telephone and post. We have two virtual clinics in operation, The MindSpot Clinic and PORTS.
The clinical staff provide online and telephone information, psychological assessment and evidence-based cognitive behavioural treatment. The patients experience symptoms of anxiety, depression and related conditions such as PTSD and psychological aspects of chronic pain. The Teams support people to access psychological assistance and draws on a stepped-care model of treatment, helping people to receive support that meets their needs.
We are expanding and as a result have multiple opportunities for the following allied health professionals, to join our Access Macquarie Virtual Clinics:
Psychologists Occupational Therapists Registered Nurse – Mental Health Social Workers
The Clinics are based at Macquarie University, Sydney and are made up of a multi-disciplined team of Allied Health Professionals who are passionate about providing a free and effective service to Australians nationwide.
Key responsibilities and duties:
Provide a range of online and telephone-delivered psychology services to patients including psychological assessments, triage and referrals. Support patients to receive appropriate and comprehensive treatment from AMQVC, including a range of telephone-supported and structured online CBT courses Assist in the development, implementation and review of AMQVC approaches and actively participate in supervision and patient management processes
 Key Selection Criteria:
Tertiary qualifications in Psychology or Allied Health discipline along with AHPRA registration relevant to tertiary qualification e.g.  Psychologist, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Nurse. Applications from Provisional Psychologists in their final year would be considered. Demonstrable evidence of skills and a minimum of 2 years' experience in working with patients with anxiety disorders and depression Demonstrated skills in the delivery of evidence based CBT model, conducting risk assessments and interventions High level of oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, including the ability to work ethically, effectively and efficiently in a multi-disciplinary team
 What we offer?
Opportunity to develop skills in world-class virtual delivery of mental health services A supportive environment with weekly individual and group supervision, and extensive peer support Learning opportunities, including educational workshops twice a month and weekly consultations with psychiatrists Competitive salary Benefits available to AMQVC staff
These are full time, fixed term roles working 5 days across a 6-day roster reflecting the clinic opening hours of 8:00am to 8:00pm. We are based at Macquarie University, Sydney, close to public transport, and are a 5-minute walk to the Macquarie Shopping Centre.
To gain further insight into Mindspot and Ports clinics vision and services, you can review their websites with the following links:  Mindspot and  Ports
To Apply
If you are interested in these exciting positions please submit your resume along with a cover letter addressing your suitability to the key criteria to: ***** + click to reveal
Please note any applications that do not include a cover letter specifically addressing the key selection criteria will not be considered. You must have unlimited working rights in Australia
For further information please contact Carol Purtell, Clinic Director on *****01. + click to reveal