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As our business continues to grow we are on the hunt for additional staff (both full and part time) for chocolate coating as well as our packing and production team.
Essential that you are available weekdays as well as occasional weekends.
If you are interested in joining our team please email your resume through to *****@greengroveorganics.com.au + click to reveal
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About the Company
Located in Inverell New South Wales, our client is a large well-known meat facility supplying quality meat products to domestic customers as well as exporting overseas to more than 50 countries. They have current positions available to join their highly successful team.
The Roles
We are currently taking applications for employees in a variety of positions with immediate starts. Experience in the meat industry is advantageous but not essential for these roles. Your attitude towards work and ability to learn, follow direction and ability to work in a fast paced environment is essential.
Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Visa Holders that can work full time hours are welcome to apply.
Important Information
These roles will require you to relocate on successful appointment to the role, you will also be required to undertake a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol testing.
Information sessions are being held next week for these positions, if you are interested apply online now and one of our consultants will be in contact with you shortly.
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Contact Michael on *****29 + click to reveal if you have questions or queries.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link.
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Please visit http://www.laboursolutions.com.au to view more jobs.
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  • Based in Inverell , NSW - Relocation Required
  • AM & PM Shifts available
  • Hourly Rates - Award
About the Company
Located in Inverell New South Wales, our client is a large well-known meat facility supplying quality meat products to domestic customers as well as exporting overseas to more than 50 countries. They have current positions available to join their highly successful team.
The Roles
We are currently taking applications for employees in a variety of positions with immediate starts. Experience in the meat industry is advantageous but not essential for these roles. Your attitude towards work and ability to learn, follow direction and ability to work in a fast paced environment is essential.
Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Visa Holders that can work full time hours are welcome to apply.
Important Information
These roles will require you to relocate on successful appointment to the role, you will also be required to undertake a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol testing.
Information sessions are being held next week for these positions, if you are interested apply online now and one of our consultants will be in contact with you shortly.
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Contact Michael on *****29 + click to reveal if you have questions or queries.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link.Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.Please visit http://www.laboursolutions.com.au to view more jobs.
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Fantastic opportunity to join the NSW Department of Primary Industries Support a key agricultural research project Temporary part-time role to 30 June *****21 + click to reveal hours per week) Based at Yanco Agricultural Institute Salary range $51,592 to $61,658 commensurate with qualifications, skills and experience (excluding super & annual leave loading)
If you have a demonstrated ability to deliver results in the Agricultural research space, we want to hear from you!
 
About Us
The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) is an agency within the NSW Department of Industry, Skills and Regional Development, delivering integrated, innovative programs and projects that grow and sustain not only our primary industries sector but also communities and economies across the state.
 
About the Role
This is a unique opportunity to join the Rice Cereal Chemistry Research Team within Southern Cropping Systems to assist with critical research across an important research project within DPI Agriculture.
In your new role as Technical Assistant, you will be applying your technical expertise to support rice cereal chemistry research and quality analysis for improved rice varieties that enhance productivity of rice production systems. You will support the management and delivery of the rice quality evaluation program as part of the Australian Rice Partnership II Project through the collection, recording, and storage of research data and physical samples using research equipment and laboratory instruments.
To be considered for this role, you will be a highly motivated person with a strong commitment to ensuring the delivery of research outcomes. You will have demonstrated capabilities in time management, record keeping and data analysis, work well in a team or individually, and be a good communicator.
You will also need:
Qualifications in accordance with the Crown Employees (Department of Industry) Technical Staff Award Current NSW drivers licence Ability to fulfil the physical requirements of the role Laboratory experience is also desirable
To find out more:
To review the Role Description, click here For more information about the DPI, click here
 
Applying for the Role
Applicants should address the following two questions in a cover letter of [no more than two pages] as well as providing a resume [of no more than five pages] of their relevant skills and experience:
1. Please outline your laboratory and grain quality experience
2. Please provide an example that demonstrates your attention to detail in a research environment
 
Enquiries: Dr. Sandra McDougall on *****66 + click to reveal or Dr Prakash on *****56 + click to reveal
Closing Date:  6 February 2018 @ 11:55pm
 
Additional Information
Applications must be lodged electronically. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.
The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
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Fantastic opportunity to join the NSW Department of Primary Industries Support a key agricultural research project Temporary part-time role to 30 June *****21 + click to reveal hours per week) Based at Yanco Agricultural Institute Salary range $51,592 to $61,658 commensurate with qualifications, skills and experience (excluding super & annual leave loading)
If you have a demonstrated ability to deliver results in the Agricultural research space, we want to hear from you!
 
About Us
The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) is an agency within the NSW Department of Industry, Skills and Regional Development, delivering integrated, innovative programs and projects that grow and sustain not only our primary industries sector but also communities and economies across the state.
 
About the Role
This is a unique opportunity to join the Rice Cereal Chemistry Research Team within Southern Cropping Systems to assist with critical research across an important research project within DPI Agriculture.
In your new role as Technical Assistant, you will be applying your technical expertise to support rice cereal chemistry research and quality analysis for improved rice varieties that enhance productivity of rice production systems. You will support the management and delivery of the rice quality evaluation program as part of the Australian Rice Partnership II Project through the collection, recording, and storage of research data and physical samples using research equipment and laboratory instruments.
To be considered for this role, you will be a highly motivated person with a strong commitment to ensuring the delivery of research outcomes. You will have demonstrated capabilities in time management, record keeping and data analysis, work well in a team or individually, and be a good communicator.
You will also need:
Qualifications in accordance with the Crown Employees (Department of Industry) Technical Staff Award Current NSW drivers licence Ability to fulfil the physical requirements of the role Laboratory experience is also desirable
To find out more:
To review the Role Description, click here For more information about the DPI, click here
 
Applying for the Role
Applicants should address the following two questions in a cover letter of [no more than two pages] as well as providing a resume [of no more than five pages] of their relevant skills and experience:
1. Please outline your laboratory and grain quality experience
2. Please provide an example that demonstrates your attention to detail in a research environment
 
Enquiries: Dr. Sandra McDougall on *****66 + click to reveal or Dr Prakash on *****56 + click to reveal
Closing Date:  6 February 2018 @ 11:55pm
 
Additional Information
Applications must be lodged electronically. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.
The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.
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Leeton Corps
Maximum Term Full Time
Case Worker - Facilitator
Murrumbidgee Accommodation and Housing Service
The Salvation Army is one of this country’s most loved organisations. The Salvation Army’s ‘Christianity with its sleeves rolled up’ ethos has endeared it to the Australian public. Every year The Salvation Army provides assistance to over a million Australians, offering a wide range of support to assist people to live their lives to their full potential. 
The Salvation Army’s Murrumbidgee Accommodation and Housing Services adopt a person-centred, safe & coordinated “No Wrong Door” approach to homelessness service delivery to ensure the best outcome for all who seek our assistance.  This a specialist homelessness service working within the 'Going Home Staying Home' reforms under the NSW Department of Family and Community Services.
We have an opportunity for a full time Case Worker (Facilitator) to provides services as per The Salvation Army’s “fundamentals framework”. This includes crisis and transitional support to people experiencing homelessness with a view to achieving housing stability, experience improved social inclusion, community connection and readiness to be equipped for participation in the wider community. This is a parental leave relief position planned to commence mid-April for 12 months full time, with a the potential for ongoing part time work.
About the role
Full time position working Mondays to Fridays Based in Griffith NSW Offered as a 12 month parental leave relief contract Offer appropriate and high quality support to clients who are homeless or at risk of homelessness through a case management framework. Support will be provided to clients with varied needs which will require a range of alternate options including Early Intervention; Crisis and Transitional Support; Community-based outreach; Rapid Rehousing.
Skills and experience
An appreciation of and the ability and willingness to promote and support the values and ethos of The Salvation Army. Tertiary qualifications (minimum Diploma) in Community Services or Social Work Current NSW Driver’s Licence Current Senior First Aid Certificate Current NSW Working with Children Check 2+ years’ experience and working knowledge of the community services sector in NSW with a specific emphasis on homelessness and family/domestic violence (including issues, trends, resources & services etc.) Evidence of extensive knowledge in legislative requirements that govern this type of environment Sound knowledge of networks (homeless, mental health, housing, welfare and job action agencies) within the local area Knowledge of a Trauma Informed Care Practice Approach Knowledge of Recovery Oriented Practice and language Knowledge of the Riverina region
To apply please submit a cover letter addressing the skills and experience criteria and your current resume
Enquiries: Michelle Kilgower
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Applications Close: 02/03/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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APG is a national employer of choice supplying a flexible workforce to industries who promote safety and well being as priorities.
Our client is a food manufacturing company with an iconic brand that specialises in fresh and cooked food products. An opportunity currently exists for a High Reach Forklift Driver
Based in Hanwood this role is on a 9 day rotating roster, Afternoon and Night shifts available. $30+ per hour
Duties will include but not be limited to:
Stock Movement from Freezer to Staging Area Stock Movement within the Production Facility General duties including cleaning Operation of Forklift Ensuring all processes and GMP policies are followed
To be considered for this role you must have
Drivers licence and own reliable transport A current NSW LF Forklift Licence Strong organisational & communication skills
This is a fast paced environment and a strong attention to detail is required to maintain proper productivity to tight deadlines. If you believe you would be well suited to the position please APPLY NOW or contact our office on *****95 + click to reveal
Please submit your application in confidence online or contact APG for more informatio
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Apprentices Trainees Employment Limited (ATEL) deliver recruitment, employment, training, and consulting services that help individuals achieve their career potential and support our client's growth and sustainability.
We currently have a maternity leave contract position available in the Wagga Wagga Office to undertake the dual role of Employee Mentor and Recruitment Consultant which has been combined to more appropriately resource the office.   Mentors work closely with our ATEL Business Development Manager's to ensure that our Apprentices and Trainees successfully complete their qualifications and meet their host employers' expectations. You will be responsible for creating strong relationships with apprentices and trainees and providing support, motivation and assistance throughout their employment.  Furthermore the Recruitment role will co-ordinate all associated recruitment functions including advertising, candidate screening, interviews and shortlisting.  You will also be responsible for attending and providing advice at Career Expo days, School Careers and mock interview days.
Duties and Responsibilities will include:
Being the first point of contact to the apprentice/trainee. Assist with the resolution of any issues relating to their employment, host employer placement and RTO training. Provide advice and mentoring if necessary referral to support services. Build good relationships with training providers to ensure they are able to monitor training progress ensuring they receive appropriate training. Induct and signup new apprentices and trainees. Ensure apprentices and trainees are meeting their host employer's expectations. Conduct recruitment activities in accordance with ATEL's Recruitment Procedures Manual. Conduct regular visits to schools promoting school based apprenticeship and traineeships.
We are looking for a self-motivated person with the ability to contribute effectively to the ATEL team. You should be flexible with your approach and able to work under pressure. Excellent communication and administration skills combined with a friendly, approachable disposition are a must for this position. Willingness to travel and a current driver's licence is also required.  Current qualifications in an associated field would be an advantage.
Knowledge of Group Training and the Australian Apprenticeships system would be an advantage.
An attractive salary package will be negotiated in line with experience.
For further information please contact Ashlea Jacobs on *****88 + click to reveal
  
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The Hays Globalink team facilitates the movement of candidates currently residing in the UK, Ireland and Europe looking for opportunities in Australia and New Zealand. Our successful team in London is managing candidate careers on a daily basis and we are true experts in the migration markets. Ideally we are hoping to recruit a consultant who is interested in developing their career in London as an international candidate manager. Reporting to the Senior Manager for Globalink based in London, you will:

Implement a broad range of candidate attraction strategies including e- marketing, seminars and advertising to develop a pipeline of highly skilled talent for Australia and New Zealand. Effectively manage candidate inquiries and expectations Represent the Hays Australia /New Zealand brand and deliver high quality service to internal and external customers Liaise regularly with the Hays consultants in Australia and New Zealand regarding current vacancies and to market in new candidate registrations.
Prepare monthly business plans Achieve targets and KPI’s set by the Senior Manager. Manage ad-hoc recruitment campaigns
This role is ideal for an individual who has a passion for people and is interested in working in a busy London office, yet gaining experience recruiting into the recruitment markets in Australia and New Zealand.
Please note, to be considered for this role, you must have work rights for the UK.
For further information, please get in touch with Rachel Barnetson, on *****@hays.com + click to reveal [mailto:*****@hays.com] + click to reveal or call *****58. + click to reveal A Project Manager job in Melbourne's east managing a portfolio of building projects in an ongoing role.
Training & Development Manager - job based in Sydney CBD - Work within L&D in a values-based NFP
Commercial Project Manager contract role for world-leading consumer health company. CALL LAUREN *****28 + click to reveal
HR Manager - South West Sydney - Established and growing organisation - Work with leaders to affect change
Facilities Manger Wanted for an ASAP start.
The Delivery Manager will have the responsibility to oversee project management processes and services
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  Case Worker / Project Worker Part-time 30.4 hours per week Based at Vinnies Services Deniliquin; involves travel across the south west Murrumbidgee region Current Drivers Licence
About the Organisation
The St Vincent de Paul Society is a member and volunteer based organisation that has been assisting people experiencing disadvantage in NSW for more than 130 years. The St Vincent de Paul Society is a leading provider of community support services and has close to 100 Special Works across the State in the areas of homelessness, mental health, disability, financial counselling, supported accommodation, food provision, refugees and migrants and addiction counselling.  Our work is funded by all levels of government, the generous support we receive from the community and our 250 Retail Centres across NSW.
The Society’s Mission, Vision, Aspiration, and Key Values http://www.vinnies.org.au/page/About/Mission__Vision .
About the Role                                   
The Case Worker/Project Worker will provide outreach/case management support to people we assist who are presenting with a complexity needs/issues and are experiencing or at risk of homelessness.  The Case Worker will conduct regular case plan reviews specific to the needs of the individual reflecting Trauma Informed Care practices.  The aim is to achieve positive people focused outcomes, including appropriate exit points.  You can find more information about this role in the position description.
What you need to be successful in this role
Minimum Cert IV in relevant field and/or substantial relevant experience or higher level qualifications in Social Work/Social Science/Community Welfare or other relevant field. Demonstrated experience in working with children and young people. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including highly developed interpersonal skills with an ability to relate positively and confidently with a wide range of people, in a variety of settings. Willingness to work within the ethos and Mission Statement of the St Vincent de Paul Society and the Society’s Code of Practice and ability to maintain an ethical, yet non-judgmental attitude towards residents and staff and a commitment to this. Proven organisational skills and the ability to prioritise work/client load including people with complex and/or high-level needs. Sound knowledge of, and an ability to access, a range of relevant community resources, particularly in the areas of drug and alcohol services, mental health, legal assistance, income support, employment service providers, training and accommodation, family assistance and permanent housing options. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and to work independently and unsupervised. Sound knowledge of WH&S legislation as it relates to the workplace. Current NSW driver’s licence Current First Aid certificate or willingness to obtain one (within a timeframe of being employed with the Society) Ability to use client data base and Microsoft Office packages such as Word, Excel, and Outlook. Participate in an on call roster Willingness to travel as some mobility of location may be required to meet the needs of the clients.
What we offer
• By joining one of Australia’s largest and leading charities, you will be working in an organisation which makes a real difference to people’s lives.
• The St Vincent de Paul Society NSW is proud to offer generous salary packaging benefits to employees where a portion of take-home pay is tax-free.
• Training and development opportunities
Employment Conditions
The conditions of employment are governed by the Residential Drug and Alcohol Support Services Collective Agreement. The position is classified as Level 2, hourly rates start at Step A $29.48.
Pre-employment Clearances
Prior to an offer of employment, preferred candidates will be required to complete the pre-employment checks that include two (2) reference checks, a Health Declaration and National Criminal History Check. You will also be required to present evidence of right to work in Australia.
The Society is committed to being a Child Safe organisation. Prior to employment, you will be required to have a Working with Children Check, further information can be found in the Society’s commitment to Safeguarding Children & Young People  .
How to Apply Online:  
Applications will include the following:
Claims to the Essential Criteria in the cover letter: The Claims to the Essential Criteria is an important part of your application. Please address the Essential Criteria by explaining how your skills, qualifications and experience meet them. Please also provide information about why  you are applying for the role.
Current curriculum vitae:
This will include your qualifications & trainings; work history with a brief description of duties for each role; Referees - at least two (2) e.g. persons you report to who can comment on your work experience. Please provide name and contact details (work and mobile phone numbers; email address).  Or please be prepared to provide details when requested.
Apply online, click 'Apply for this job' and follow the prompts. (Note:  We do not accept applications sent by email.)
If you have questions about this role, please email to *****@vinnies.org.au + click to reveal , with email subject line Case Worker - Project Worker (Vinnies Services Deniliquin) / VIN761.
Applications close at 11:30 pm on 30 January 2018
St Vincent de Paul Society (NSW) is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
The Society is committed to engaging a diverse workforce. The Society strongly encourages applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature aged applicants.
 
 
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Salary Packaging and attractive benefits Full-Time Maximum Term Until October 31st, 2018 Regional Western NSW locations
 
The Organisation:
Youth Off The Streets is a non-denominational community organisation working for disadvantaged young people who may be homeless, drug dependent and / or recovering from  abuse. Youth Off The Streets supports these young people as they work to turn their lives around and overcome immense personal trauma such as neglect, physical, psychological and / or emotional abuse.
 
It is our goal that these young people will leave our care drug free, with a high school education, living skills and a full-time or part-time job in hand.
 
The Role:
The Mobile Youth Centre Youth Worker will assist the Mobile Youth Centre Manager to ensure the day to day operations of the mobile youth centre are efficient and effective. The role will require regular travel on board the mobile youth centre to regional Western NSWs in areas such as; Dubbo, Bourke, Orange and Bathurst.
 
The primary purpose of this position is to provide specific individual and group-based community support to vulnerable young people. The Mobile Youth Centre Youth Worker will assist young people to engage with and access services and programs offered by Youth Off The Streets by providing outreach services in designated areas in regional Western NSW. This role will also involve some evenings and occasional weekend work.
 
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Assist with facilitating group activities and programs Building rapport and addressing the needs of the young people Build and continue networking with selected stakeholders, other agencies, Schools and local community Prepare and manage Outreach reports as required Travel with the mobile youth centre to required regional locations in Western NSW such as; Dubbo, Bourke, Orange and Bathurst Have an understanding of issues and challenges faced by youth from various individual and cultural backgrounds
 
Additional Essential Requirements include, but are not limited to:
Certificate IV in Youth Work or other related discipline 1+ year's sound knowledge of, and experience in the youth and community sector Current driver's license Possess a thorough understanding of the mandatory child protection procedures and values that underpin a child safe organisation Experience in case work, group facilitation, child protection procedures. Ability to work in a team environment and independently Have an understanding of adolescent development Strong communication skills and highly service orientated
 
Desirable Requirements include, but are not limited to:
Experience working in an outreach setting Knowledge of the local communities Experience in program evaluation and planning
 
The Person:
Ideally, the successful candidate will have a desire to work within a dedicated and service driven outreach team, where you are working closely with employees to achieve great results. You will have a team focus and have the confidence to communicate
effectively with a range of diverse individuals. You will also have a 'can do' attitude and enjoy working together to achieve the desired outcomes of the organisation.
 
This is  a rare opportunity to join a passionate and high profile not for profit organisation that values the current youth of today and the youth of tomorrow.
 
If you are excited by a challenge and have a strong focus on delivering quality services, we would like to hear from you.
 
To apply, please click on APPLY NOW to send your resume through to *****@youthoffthestreets.com.au + click to reveal
 
Only those selected for short-listing may be contacted. Successful applicants will require a full probity check
 
Recruiters need not make contact.
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Our dynamic and growing firm is recruiting to grow our great team.  Professionalism and confidence for this role is vital in order to liaise with our clients and staff and maintain the firm's high standards of service.
 
Essential experience includes:
Completed accounting/business (accounting major) university degree Minimum of 3 years accounting experience Well presented and excellent communication and IT skills
 
Please address applications to:
Andrea Bradley
WDF Professional
PO Box 2297, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
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About Us
Relationships Australia is a leading provider of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities. We aim to support all people in Australia to achieve positive and respectful relationships. We are a community-based, not-for-profit Australian organisation with no religious affiliations. Our services are for all members of the community, regardless of religious belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background or economic circumstances.
Relationships Australia offer services in various locations around Australia that includes counselling, family dispute resolution (mediation) and a range of family and community support and education programs, primarily funded by Federal, State and Territory Governments. Relationships Australia Canberra & Region (RACR) is one of the eight state and territory organisations that comprise the Relationships Australia Federation.
RACR is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on any grounds. We have voluntarily opted to be subject to the obligations of a public authority under Part 5A of the Human Rights Amendment Act 2008 (ACT). This means that all staff must comply with human rights, as far as possible to do so, in all our decisions and conduct.

About the Role
 
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Officer within the ICT program is a part time (30 hours per fortnight), ongoing position based in Wagga Wagga, NSW.
Reporting to the ICT Manager, the ICT Officer role is to support maintain the quality and efficiency of the ICT systems and provide ICT support to staff.
To be successful in this role, you are required to possess:
A qualification in a relevant ICT discipline. Demonstrated experience in providing ICT support. Demonstrated experience in hardware/software installation and configuration. For a full list of selection criteria, please refer to the position description.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants are encouraged to apply.
Salary & Benefits
The salary on offer is in the range of $62,208.12 to $66,825.72 per annum plus superannuation for full time. As a Public Benevolent Institution (PBI), RACR employees also receive tax-effective salary packaging opportunities, thus significantly increasing the value of your take-home pay.
According to the RACR Enterprise Agreement, the successful candidate will have access to generous leave provisions, annual leave loading, special paid leave during annual holiday shutdown period and flexible working arrangements.
To apply
To apply, please send your resume with names of two work related referees and a cover letter highlighting the strengths you can bring to the role in line with the selection criteria to *****@racr.relationships.org.au + click to reveal
The position description with selection criteria can be downloaded from our website: http://www.racr.relationships.org.au/about-us/employment
Closing date for applications: 5pm Monday 29 January 2018
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Labourer required for approx. 6 weeks starting 6th February to assemble new mobile garbage bins at our yard in Wagga. Applicants must be reliable, active & fit (some lifting required).
Fork lift license an advantage but not essential.
Must have own Hi-vis clothing & work boots.
Email resume to *****@mastec.com.au + click to reveal
Sorry, NO PHONE CALLS OR TEXT MESSAGES.
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CURVY IS THE NEW BLACK LADIES! 
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NO FASHION EXPERIENCE REQUIRED! JUST ZEST TO DRIVE A BUSINESS!

If you are a  driven Retail Manager wanting to join a dynamic,  and progressive company this is the job for you!
My Client is a fabulous fashion retailer pushing the boundaries! They have strong values & believe in a shopping experience that celebrates curves, a real woman not to mention offering 'good old fashioned' customer service!
We are searching for a STORE MANAGER to lead the busy WAGGA store to ultimate heights. The store high volume and top performing! 
On Offer:
Base salary of $47,000 + super Bonuses based on your performance Tuesday- Saturday roster Warm, nurturing & people focused culture A career succession plan that will challenge & excite you
To be successful in applying for this Retail Managers position you must have the following:
Retail Management experience within fashion, homwares, department store or something similar & transferable Exceptional customer relationship building skills A passion to sell Strong understanding of meeting set KPI's & targets A LOVE of fashion!! Personality, pizzazz & a spring in your step!!
APPLY NOW!
DON'T WAIT!
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MC Linehaul Driver Required
 
Based out of Wagga Wagga National Refrigerated Transport Company Full time work Immediate start Modern Fleet Strong Work Ethic / Team Player
We are seeking an experienced MC linehaul driver that can demonstrate not only a professional driving ability but also well presented with excellent customer service and strong communication skills.
To be considered for this role you must:
 
Hold a MC licence – minimum 1 years' experience Present a current traffic printout (or equivalent) Refrigerated experience preferred Able to operate a heavy vehicle in a professional manner Must be punctual, reliable and perform the task courteously Must be able to pass a medical including drug and alcohol testing
To apply for this great opportunity please email your resume to *****@roadmaster.com.au + click to reveal
 
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Manufacturing professional passionate in driving improvement and delivering business requirements required for a large complex Site (24/7 and 100 people) in regional NSW with an internationally renowned company.
This company is the acknowledged market leader in their industry. They run large plants across Australasia providing the synergies and opportunities to develop and drive Operational Excellence. The managers of these operations liaise on a regular basis and form a cohesive (and competitive) team across the region.
As Site Manager you will have control of a large workforce and all major functions (i.e. SHE, Quality, Production, Maintenance, and Storage/Warehousing). You will report to a highly regarded Operations Director ANZ who provides significant autonomy to his managers as well as the support they need to deliver. You will be supported by group Continuous Improvement and Compliance resources.
Working closely with R&D/ Technical, Sales and Finance your success will be measured in terms of Safety and Environmental Performance, Financial Performance (P&L, Balance Sheet), Quality, Customer Service and People development. You will be intimately involved in new product introduction, potential acquisitions and other growth initiatives.
You are a professional Operations/Manufacturing Manager who has run high volume operations in companies that consider manufacturing to be a sustainable competitive advantage, where continuous improvement is an imperative and core value. You can provide hard edged evidence of successfully devising and implementing initiatives to improve performance whilst taking your people with you. Your referees can attest that your core competencies include Leadership and Influencing and that you “visibly lead” the workforce and have intimate knowledge of the operation you run.
This is an opportunity to become a key member of a highly professional Australasian Operations team in a company that seeks calibre people where performance is recognised and rewarded. An attractive executive package is being offered.
For more information or a confidential discussion please call Garry King on *****88 + click to reveal or apply Ref No 23748.
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This is a full-time permanent position at our head office in Griffith and, if you can turn a hand to most things, this could be the perfect job for you.
 Riverina Lift Trucks is looking for someone reliable to carry out general yard duties and minor building maintenance tasks, workshop duties to keep our busy workshop clean and organised, including assisting senior mechanics when required. 
It's 38 hours each week and a great team to work with. We are looking for someone honest and reliable with a stable employment history and good references. 
Riverina Lift Trucks is a family-owned and operated business established in Griffith in 1983 and now with branches in Wagga, Bathurst, and Victoria. Our popular brands include YALE, POLARIS, MANITOU, HAKO and UTILEV.
Email Matt if you'd like more information *****@rlt.com.au + click to reveal or simply email your resume and application.
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  • Based in Inverell , NSW - Relocation Required
  • AM & PM Shifts available
  • Hourly Rates - Award
About the Company
Located in Inverell New South Wales, our client is a large well-known meat facility supplying quality meat products to domestic customers as well as exporting overseas to more than 50 countries. They have current positions available to join their highly successful team.
The Roles
We are currently taking applications for employees in a variety of positions with immediate starts. Experience in the meat industry is advantageous but not essential for these roles. Your attitude towards work and ability to learn, follow direction and ability to work in a fast paced environment is essential.
Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Visa Holders that can work full time hours are welcome to apply.
Important Information
These roles will require you to relocate on successful appointment to the role, you will also be required to undertake a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol testing.
Information sessions are being held next week for these positions, if you are interested apply online now and one of our consultants will be in contact with you shortly.
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Due to business growth in healthcare recruitment for Nurses, we are looking for below specialty experienced Nurses for agency shifts for various hospitals in Murrumbidgee health district: * Midwifes * ICU nurses * A&E nurses * General registered nurses * Paediatrics registered nurses * Endorsed enrolled nurses We are receiving plenty of agency nurses shifts from Public and Private Hospitals. Our offer to the Registered Nurses: $300 Sign-On Bonus (conditions apply) • Our Registered Nurses get generous Pay Rates with Public Sector Top Up • Excellent communication from agency • Professional Indemnity Insurance cover • Free Uniform to Registered Nurses • Free Police Check
To be a successful Nurse, you will need to possess: $300 Sign-On Bonus (conditions apply) • Our Registered Nurses get generous Pay Rates with Public Sector Top Up • Excellent communication from agency • Professional Indemnity Insurance cover • Free Uniform to Registered Nurses • Free Police Check
Why North Shore Nurses? North Shore Nurses is one of the leading provider of Nurses in Sydney, operating since 2004. We have been providing Registered Nurses, Midwives, Enrolled Nurses and Assistant Nurses to various Public and Private Hospitals, Medical Centres, Nursing Homes and Healthcare Organisations. We supply Nurses on Casual, Short term Contract and Permanent basis. APPLY
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https://northshorenursesapplications.entirehr.com.au/ If you are Interested in Rural and Regional Contracts or Permanent Positions, feel free to talk to us, we have Regional Contracts and Permanent Positions available. Excellent opportunity for Nurses to make Extra cash by working as Agency nurse. Refer us your friends and colleagues - referral bonuses offered to Nurses!!
We also recruit agency nurses with below discipline: General Registered Nurses | ICU Registered Nurse | A&E Registered Nurse | Registered Nurse Coronary Care| Registered Nurses HDU | Registered Nurse Orthopaedics | Registered Nurse Anaesthetics | Registered Nurse Scrub-Scout | Registered Nurse Recovery | Midwife | Dialysis Registered Nurse | Endorsed Enrolled Nurses | Enrolled Nurses.
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Potential to EARN an Attractive Salary + Super + Incentives! Join a Successful & Leading Car Dealership | Great Company Culture Benefit From Extensive Training & Development | Advance Your Career About The Company
Our client was founded on the principle that the public is entitled to the best service possible in satisfying its motoring requirements. Established over 65 years ago, this family owned and successful business takes great pride in having earned themselves a reputation as a business that goes the extra mile for their customers.
About The Role
Our client is now looking for a Customer Care Specialist to join their company based in Wagga Wagga, NSW, with the potential to earn an Attractive Negotiable Salary + Superannuation + Incentives & Rewards.
The primary purpose of this position is to present an exceptional range of aftermarket products to dealership customers.
Reporting directly to the Manager some of your responsibilities include:
Presenting customers with full range of aftermarket products Develop and maintain solid working relationships with sales teams Maintain accurate sales records Meet sales and penetration targets set by dealership management Ensure all documentation relating to your department is managed accurately and up to date About You
To be successful in this role you will have previous sales experience in either Real Estate, Retail, Cosmetic or Telesales. Additionally, you must hold a current Drivers Licence.
This position would suit someone who is motivated by being the best in their field and can demonstrate a professional approach and has exceptional communication skills.
What's in It For You?
Potential to earn well above average income Fantastic company culture and close-knit team Benefit from ongoing learning, development and mentoring Career progression opportunities Apply today and don't miss out starting this exciting opportunity as soon as possible.