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Port Augusta City Council covers the city of Port Augusta, including Stirling North, and the seaside homes located at Commissariat Point, Blanche Harbor and Miranda and has a population or around 14,000.
The elected Council comprises of the mayor and nine councillors, with Port Augusta City Council responsible for a diverse range of services including aged care, child care, tourism facilities, parks and gardens, ovals, art galleries and performance centres, roads and bridges, street lighting, children's special needs centre, Aboriginal community development, drug and alcohol management, town planning, and library and information services.
Port Augusta is uniquely located on Spencers Gulf, with the Flinders Ranges providing a spectacular backdrop.  It is also located on Australia's crossroads for both rail and road. 
Due to an internal promotion, Council seeks applications for the role of Manager Strategy and Outcomes
Manager Strategy and Outcomes is an executive leadership role within the organisation and is responsible for the strategic management and provision of services to Council and the community.
The Manager Strategy and Outcomes has responsibility to efficiently and effectively achieve Council's strategic goals and objectives and to meet legislative and Council's policy and reporting requirements.
The role provides leadership, strategic direction, advice and support to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) regarding management of Council's policies, systems and project delivery.
The Manager Strategy and Outcomes oversees and is accountable for the effective management and leadership of:
· Research, promote and monitor future management changes arising from the introduction of Council's management plan
· Continuous improvement to obtain principles of best practice or change in legislation affecting Councils activities
· Provide high level strategic, planning and policy advice on all matters affecting the future business opportunities within Council
· Assist in driving the annual process of defining and delivering the annual business plan, ensuring alignment with Council's Strategic Plan
· Provide leadership and direction in the development and implementation of best practice strategic initiatives to support the delivery of the regulatory obligations of the Port Augusta City Council to the community.
 
To be successful in your application, you must demonstrate:
·         your ability to lead at a senior level, manage and develop people in order to manage work and resources across a range of complex projects and in a manner that supports professional development.
·         Extensive leadership experience in managing change within a multi-functional team.
·         Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills.
·         experience in using a variety of research methodologies.
·         ability to identify and analyse strategic issues, undertaking inclusive and cohesive planning.
·         ability in policy development and deliver creative and innovative projects.
·         Knowledge of Relevant legislation, standards and industry drivers impacting on financial governance, planning, performance and reporting requirements.
·         Professional judgement in a political environment, with a degree of delegated decision-making authority and an awareness of the political dimensions of services and decisions.
·         Service and process review techniques and the development of performance measurement and reporting framework
·         Experience working within performance and governance frameworks with accountability to various stakeholders.
·         Proven track record of successful service and project delivery.
Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline are highly desirable.
 
Enquiries to Rob Wallace on *****65 + click to reveal
Applications to *****@balancehr.com.au + click to reveal by 5pm Thursday 30 November 2017.
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The Organisation
Since our humble beginnings in1913, we have grown to over 1,200 dedicated staff and volunteers, working tirelessly to help South Australians achieve their full potential. We’re committed to working with the State's most disadvantaged, championing local issues and connecting with people to enable positive change. It isn't easy tackling such tough issues, but our clients' successes mean it's often extremely rewarding.
The organisation is currently undergoing a period of growth and requires the support of a team committed to engaging with its people to support, develop and encourage a culture that befits the intrinsic values.
The Role
Tumbelin is an adventure-based experiential-learning program for young people aged 13 to 18 which aims to reduce harms associated with comorbid substance use (alcohol and other drugs) and mental health issues.
The Tumbelin Case Manager establishes positive case management relationships with clients within a Restorative Practice framework, and delivers adventure-based experiential learning programs aimed at helping young people increase their self-awareness and their ability to participate in positive, healthy relationships with themselves and others.
The Case Manager is responsible for the delivery of Tumbelin in the Eyre (WC) region in accordance with the Country SA Primary Health Network (PHN) Contract.
The Case Manager will:
engage with and carry a case load of young people with complex needs who struggle with complex comorbid issues including, but not limited to, substance use (alcohol and other drugs) and mental health; deliver adventure-based experiential learning activities which enhance the social and emotional wellbeing of young people; facilitate Discussion Group and Adventure Therapy activities including day programs, school-based workshops, overnight and multi-day camps; provide 1:1 counselling support to participants
The Person
Key requirements:
Relevant degree qualification and/or a diploma with demonstrated experience (minimum 3 years) in social work, psychology, education, counselling, youth work or a related field Minimum Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drug Counselling (or willingness to work towards this qualification) Understanding of barriers to change which affect young people with complex comorbid needs Demonstrated experience or a well-developed understanding of working within a Restorative Practice framework Demonstrated experience in the delivery of Adventure Therapy programs Demonstrated experience in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and their families Demonstrated experience in networking and building sustainable relationships with colleagues, clients and stakeholders Evidence of well-developed interpersonal skills both verbal and written Strong understanding of Microsoft Office applications and internet/intranet applications  Effective, positive problem solving and conflict resolution skills
Additionally, you must have or be willing to obtain the following: 
A valid full South Australia driver’s license (C Class) A valid DCSI: Child-Related Employment Screening A valid National Police Check Training – Apply First Aid (min HLTAID003) Training – Child Safe Environments Ability to work outside of normal office hours will be required Travel within South Australia and interstate would be required
Candidates who are of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
Baptist Care SA is committed to the safety and protection of all children and vulnerable people and as such applicants will be considered in accordance with our safety practices and suitability screening processes prior to an offer or employment. All applicants must undergo a Criminal History Records Check – Child Related Screening via the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI). 
To Apply: For your convenience when applying please read through the attached position description (by clicking on the "Position Description" tab below) and have your resume and cover letter ready as you will be asked to upload your documents. Please address the selection criteria within your cover letter. 
Please direct any queries regarding the role to *****@baptistcaresa.org.au + click to reveal
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Community Engagement / Client Support Worker
Port Augusta – Full Time (Contract)
In this critical and rewarding role you will be in a position to make a difference.
 
Family Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA) (FVLSAC) is funded by the Australian Government to provide legal and support services to victims/survivors of family violence within Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities. The organisation is the only one of its kind in South Australia and also has a national presence through its involvement with the National Family Violence Prevention Legal Service. FVLSAC has 3 service locations operating in South Australia with offices in Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Ceduna. Each location provides legal representation, advice, information and client support services. FVLSAC offers free, accessible, safe and culturally appropriate services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
 
In this role you will be responsible for engaging with the local Aboriginal Community about the organisation's services and for providing support to individual clients.
 
You will perform a multi-faceted role, liaising with Aboriginal community, organisations and other service providers, assisting with the development of early intervention and prevention programs, educational material, and providing a case management role supporting clients.
 
It will be essential that you have a strong awareness of the issues affecting FVLSAC's clients, confidentiality, integrity and consultative skills, and the capacity to represent the organisation sensitively and effectively. You will need to be self-motivated and well organised with reasonable writing skills. Experience in a social or legal services environment will be necessary.
 
Imperative in this role will be your style, approach and ability to engage with the community.
 
This is a contract position funded to 30 June 2018 with the possibility of extension, subject to funding.
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
 
For a copy of the Job and Person specification and for more information on how to apply, please contact Atheana Bitmead on *****96 + click to reveal or *****@fvlsac.org.au. + click to reveal
Applications close 5pm Sunday 26th November 2017.
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Your New Role
You will be hands on in delivering Aboriginal Community Safety and Wellbeing Programs across regional South Australia (Whyalla, Port Lincoln, Ceduna and surrounding Aboriginal Communities). This role, based in Port Lincoln, will require you to actively engage with community groups and service organisations to develop partnerships that enhance the delivery of programs to Aboriginal communities.
Frequent travel, overnight absences and travel in small planes is a regular feature of the role.
You
Will be an exceptional facilitator, able to develop and facilitate structured programs and sessions that support adults within the Aboriginal community, families and groups to build and strengthen capacity. You will be able to provide occasional case work services to individuals and families.
This demanding but rewarding role will require that you have strong relationship building, facilitation and communication skills. You will be required to liaise and consult with a broad cross-section of the community and mainstream service providers. A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is highly desirable and qualifications and/or experience in the Community Services field.
Will need to create and facilitate a 30 minute training workshop, if selected for interview.
You Will Need
A Child Related Employment Screening (CRES) A current Drivers Licence
A Child Safe Environments Certificate Eligibility to work in Australia

(Don't have a CRES? You are required to complete your CRES application online via the DCSI website portal http://screening.dcsi.sa.gov.au)
Your New Employer
Long established in providing child protection and family support services, across South Australia, Aboriginal Family Support Services (AFSS) is at the forefront of supporting Aboriginal communities across South Australia.
Working in a not for profit agency you can salary sacrifice to increase your take home pay.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
Now:  Look at the J&P in the AFSS Employment section at: www.afss.com.au.   
Then: tell us in two pages why you're a good fit for this job and send this with your resume to: *****@afss.com.au + click to reveal
Need more info? Please call Charmayne on *****33 + click to reveal (9am – 5pm).
Applications close 5.00 pm Thursday 30 November 2017
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not address your skills and experience against the Job and Person Specification we are unlikely to consider your application.
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Be a part of Australia's independent national broadcaster $67K - $82K p.a. + choice of 15.4% super 24 Positions Various Locations
 
About the ABC
 
The ABC is the nation's most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,500 employees from diverse backgrounds, based in more than 50 locations around Australia and overseas, the ABC is proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality content that informs, educates and entertains.
About ABC Regional
ABC Regional provides a national voice for the one third of Australians who live outside our capital cities. At a time when the regional presence of commercial media is shrinking, the ABC’s role is more important than ever. ABC Regional’s more than 400 staff prepare and present almost 1,000 hours of live local programming every week, while linking the stories, people and conversations of regional communities to local, national and international audiences through broadcast, online and mobile services.
About the Role
We are on the hunt for 24 accomplished reporters to join our dedicated and experienced local teams located in Bega, Lismore (x2), Port Macquarie (x2), Dubbo, Orange, Wollongong, Bundaberg, Mackay, Maroochydore, Mount Isa, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln, Renmark, Bendigo, Sale, Shepparton, Warrnambool, Wodonga, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Kununurra. The role involves some shift and weekend work.
You'll work across television, online and radio and be able to adapt your craft skills across platforms. Collaboratively work with the local team and contribute to coverage for audiences in the region and across the country.
Create accurate, concise and clear news content Deliver digital news content, radio news bulletins, Q&A’s, interviews and packages
About You
To join this team you will need to be a highly motivated News Reporter and a positive team member with a good knowledge of local and national news issues.
Proven reporting, research and broadcast skills Experience in television reporting, video journalism or video news production Experience in producing digital news and social media content You will have a history of developing contacts and breaking news A self-starter, able to work effectively in a small team Embrace the brief to deliver agenda setting coverage Can exercise sound editorial judgement, making immediate and strong decisions under pressure
For an overview of the role, please refer to the position description: Reporter News x 24 - PD.pdf
We would love to see your work! Please submit material with your application online (include examples, links to websites or attach audio/video files up to 5MB).
For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.au/careers
If you have any questions related to this position please email *****@abc.net.au + click to reveal
Applications Close: 3 December 2017
Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted.
The ABC strives for equity and diversity in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disabilities. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.
 
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Port Lincoln
Clean Seas Seafood Limited is the largest producer of Yellowtail Kingfish in Australia. Based in beautiful Port Lincoln and overlooking the pristine waters of Boston Bay, Clean Seas is looking for the right applicant to join our motivated maintenance team.
The position is full-time, and you will need to demonstrate a proven track record in a similar role.  You will also need to multi-task and be able to work with minimal supervision.
 
 Your role:
Assist in ensuring that vessel and plant maintenance is performed to a high standard. Perform inspections prior to commissioning/decommissioning of vessels and plant. Communicate with the Fleet Maintenance Coordinator on a daily basis. Maintain a high standard of housekeeping with work performed. Ability to use a wide range of hand and power tools.
Skills and experience preferred:
MED1 and / or mechanical fitter/welder A coxswain's ticket would be an advantage. Previous vessel maintenance experience highly advantageous Experience in the aquaculture/fishing industry preferred Good written and communication skills essential Sound Computer literacy Strong commitment to safety at all times
A Pre-Employment Medical will be required which will include drug and alcohol testing.
Applicants will also be required to submit to a current National Police Check prior to employment.
Application and Contact:
Applications including a covering letter and CV in Word format should be forwarded to Julie Smith at *****@cleanseas.com.au + click to reveal
If you require further information about the role before making application, please contact Julie Smith on *****72. + click to reveal
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As a provider of Employment Services, Education and Training and Labour Hire, MADEC has a diverse portfolio of career options for people with knowledge and passion to achieve real outcomes. With over 55 locations across VIC, SA and NSW, we are committed to supporting our people to thrive in a high performance culture and proudly share MADEC's values in all that we do.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to help a person find a job. This role takes the vital first steps with a job seeker to develop activities and timelines and is there along the way to support their journey to sustainable employment. Facilitating group sessions and providing referrals to training and support services will achieve these outcomes.
We want to hear from suitably experienced people who are motivated to achieve in an outcome driven environment. You have strong administration skills and confidence in dealing with a wide range of clients and issues, along with an understanding of local labour markets and employment barriers.
This position requires you to obtain a police check and DCSI child related screening.
Contact: Olly Rosalia, Site Manager on *****40 + click to reveal or email *****@madec.edu.au + click to reveal
Closing date: Sunday, 26 November 2017
To view the position description and apply online, go to www.madec.edu.au
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Downer Rail has an opportunity for three Trade Qualified Electricians to join our team in Port Augusta, on three month Fixed Term Contracts. This is a critical role in the delivery and reliability of a rollingstock project on site.
These positions will form a key function in the multi-skilled team at the facility and will be primarily responsible for running cables, connections and terminations on wagons.
ABOUT YOU
Formal Electrical trade based qualification. Strong ability to fault find and utilise trouble shooting skills. Be able to interpret technical documents such as drawings and operation manuals. Hands on with the ability to work unsupervised and within a team environment. Ensure commitment to a Zero Harm workplace and promote an excellent team work attitude.

WHAT WE OFFER
An opportunity to work for a major ASX listed company. A supportive team environment. A workplace that takes responsibility and accountability for the care and protection of peers, the business, the communities in which we operate, and the environment.
For more information please contact: Glenda Chaffey – Recruitment Advisor Ph. *****25 + click to reveal
(Please note that applications will not be accepted via email. Please submit your application via the advertisement).
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Are you an everyday Australian wanting to compete in the greatest game on Earth?
Are you an Australian champion in your chosen field wanting to be Australia's Sole Survivor?
If you think you've got what it takes to outwit, outplay and outlast others, apply now.

Survivor, the most challenging reality show of all time is returning in 2018 and wants YOU!

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR:
- Men and Women of all backgrounds and locations around Australia
- You need to be physically and mentally strong enough to survive in some of the toughest conditions ever experienced
- You must be able to engage with others, be confident and be comfortable living in close counters with strangers

RULES:
- You must be 18 years of age or over by January 2018
- You must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
- You must be able to swim
- You must be available for one day between the 27th January - 12th February 2018 for a potential audition with Producers
- You must be available for approximately 10 to 12 weeks for the shoot. At this stage, shooting will take place between April and June 2018

HOW TO APPLY:
- You must fill out the entire application form (please note, this may take you up to a couple of hours).
- You must upload 2 pictures of yourself 1: a recent, clear photograph of yourself (no hats or sunglasses please), 2: a picture that best reflects you as a person.
- You must submit an online Video along with your application form and photos. This is to be a maximum of 3 minutes and should sum up why we should pick you for Survivor and why you believe you have what it takes to be the sole Survivor for 2018.

Should you successfully complete the above and be suitable for the next stage, Endemol Shine Australia’s Casting Team will contact you to discuss the next steps.

Apply now for Australian Survivor!
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Be a part of Australia's independent national broadcaster $67K - $82K p.a. + choice of 15.4% super 24 Positions Various Locations
 
About the ABC
 
The ABC is the nation's most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,500 employees from diverse backgrounds, based in more than 50 locations around Australia and overseas, the ABC is proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality content that informs, educates and entertains.
About ABC Regional
ABC Regional provides a national voice for the one third of Australians who live outside our capital cities. At a time when the regional presence of commercial media is shrinking, the ABC’s role is more important than ever. ABC Regional’s more than 400 staff prepare and present almost 1,000 hours of live local programming every week, while linking the stories, people and conversations of regional communities to local, national and international audiences through broadcast, online and mobile services.
About the Role
We are on the hunt for 24 accomplished reporters to join our dedicated and experienced local teams located in Bega, Lismore (x2), Port Macquarie (x2), Dubbo, Orange, Wollongong, Bundaberg, Mackay, Maroochydore, Mount Isa, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln, Renmark, Bendigo, Sale, Shepparton, Warrnambool, Wodonga, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Kununurra. The role involves some shift and weekend work.
You'll work across television, online and radio and be able to adapt your craft skills across platforms. Collaboratively work with the local team and contribute to coverage for audiences in the region and across the country.
Create accurate, concise and clear news content Deliver digital news content, radio news bulletins, Q&A’s, interviews and packages
About You
To join this team you will need to be a highly motivated News Reporter and a positive team member with a good knowledge of local and national news issues.
Proven reporting, research and broadcast skills Experience in television reporting, video journalism or video news production Experience in producing digital news and social media content You will have a history of developing contacts and breaking news A self-starter, able to work effectively in a small team Embrace the brief to deliver agenda setting coverage Can exercise sound editorial judgement, making immediate and strong decisions under pressure
For an overview of the role, please refer to the position description: Reporter News x 24 - PD.pdf
We would love to see your work! Please submit material with your application online (include examples, links to websites or attach audio/video files up to 5MB).
For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.au/careers
If you have any questions related to this position please email *****@abc.net.au + click to reveal
Applications Close: 3 December 2017
Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted.
The ABC strives for equity and diversity in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disabilities. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.
 
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We are looking for a Tyre Fitter & Wheel Aligner.
Must be hard Working, Reliable and can work in a team environment.
If this job suits you please contact Mick on *****20 + click to reveal or email your resume to *****@bordara.com.au + click to reveal
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A progressive, vibrant and safe coastal city that is an attractive place in which to live, work and grow.
2 year initial Contract Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight City of Port Lincoln Enterprise Bargaining Agreement *****19 + click to reveal Classification Criteria Range Level 4-5                                      Salary $61,884 to $65,422 Plus 9.5% superannuation Plus additional up to 3% matched superannuation Family-friendly work environment and a great lifestyle at Port Lincoln
The jewel of the Eyre Peninsula, Port Lincoln is situated on impressive Boston Bay with a new airport offering easy access to Adelaide on six, 35-minute flights to Adelaide daily. With a population of almost 15,000, Port Lincoln services the southern Eyre Peninsula and will continue to grow with the agriculture, fishing, tourism and emerging mining and oil and gas exploration sectors in the region. Port Lincoln is an accessible and rewarding place to live and work.
The City of Port Lincoln is seeking a full time to provide administrative, secretarial and governance support to the Chief Executive Officer, Senior Officers and the Mayor.
This position is responsible for:
Communication to Elected Members Council Agenda & minutes Meeting coordination Civic and public function coordination
You will demonstrate:
high level attention to detail skills superb communication skills – both verbal and written experience in office administration experience in senior Local Government administration role/s a positive attitude with an ability to adapt to and learn quickly
More information:
Enquiries about the role should be directed to Belinda Henderson, HR Admin Officer, email *****@plcc.sa.gov.au + click to reveal or telephone *****13. + click to reveal
An information package is available:
On Council's website: www.portlincoln.sa.gov.au From Level One Civic Centre, 60 Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln SA By emailing *****@plcc.sa.gov.au + click to reveal
How to apply:
Utilising the information package as a guide, your application should include, completed application form (mandatory) and your most recent resume including details of at least two business referees.  
Post your application to PO Box 1787, Port Lincoln SA 5606 or email to *****@plcc.sa.gov.au + click to reveal
Applications close 9.00am, Monday 11 December 2017.
The City of Port Lincoln is an Employer of Choice, Equal Opportunity Employer and a Smoke Free Workplace
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Lucas TCS is seeking a Plant Trainer & Assessor to join our mining operations team at Iron Baron, near Whyalla.  Having a skilled and capable workforce is essential to ongoing success, as such this new site-based position will ensure a high level of workforce competency through the delivery of training (practical and theory based) and verification of competencies. 
This key role will ensure that all operators at site are competent and multi-skilled operators who uphold company standards regarding care of plant and equipment, and who are capable of safely meeting site production targets.  You will also be responsible for training database records management, maintaining the site skills matrix and assisting with site induction management. This position will report to the Project Manager and work closely with Superintendents and the site HSEC team.
About You
To be considered for this role you must have :
Significant experience in the safe operation of mobile plant within the mining industry and ability to be an effective role model to others. Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, or higher. High degree of safety awareness and ability to contribute to a high performing safety culture. Ability to be a positive role model and lead by example. Intermediate IT skills, including Powerpoint and accurate data entry, sufficient for timely and accurate records management. Excellent presentation and communication skills. An understanding of the Principles of Adult Learning.
You must also be organised, efficient, patient, well presented and genuinely passionate about training and developing people. 
You must be a resident of Whyalla to apply for this role.  If you do not reside in Whyalla, you must be willing to relocate to Whyalla at your own cost.  
The position is offered as a Mon-Fri salaried role for a contract term of 4 years. 
To Apply |  Please forward your resume and cover letter in Word or PDF format to *****@lucastcs.com.au + click to reveal or apply via the pink 'Apply Now' link above.  
About Lucas TCS |  We are a South Australian privately owned company.  For over 45 years we have worked on a national basis with Australia's leading civil construction and mining companies.  We are highly regarded for providing innovative complete contract solutions and leaving a positive legacy for our people, their families, our clients and the communities in which we operate. For more information please visit our website www.lucastcs.com.au
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Trainee Tyre Fitter - A great entry level opportunity to earn while you learn
National, award winning organisation Gain a trade qualification whilst earning a wage Long term employment opportunity Located in regional Port Pirie
Join one of the most recognised brands in Australia. Gain a qualification whilst earning a wage and develop your skills for a lifelong career.
Trainee Tyre Fitter based at Port Pirie
MEGT are a not for profit organisation who make apprenticeships and traineeships happen. We employ almost 1000 apprentices and trainees across the country and are committed to helping create a skilled nation.
We are very proud to partner with Beaurepaires, Australia's most trusted tyre retailer. Beaurepaires are the flagship brand of Goodyear & Dunlop Tyres and are an important part of the Goodyear Tyre & Rubber Company who employ over 69,000 people across 22 countries. Operating since 1922, the success of Beaurepaires is due to its unmatched combination of quality product range, experience and service expertise.
As part of a national program in conjunction with MEGT, Beaurepaires are looking for their next generation of success stories.
What's the job?
As a Trainee Tyre Fitter your duties will include;
Using car lifter and jacking vehicles Demounting existing tyres and mounting replacements Diagnosing and assessing tyre damage Diagnosing wheel balance problems and balancing wheels Repairing or replacing tubed and tubeless tyres  Locating and assessing punctures Working on light and/or heavy vehicles, dependent on location.
What's the deal with a Traineeship?
A Traineeship is a combination of full time paid work and a formal qualification. This is a 12 month traineeship and we are looking for candidates who are able to commit to the entire 12 months and beyond. You will be working full time at a Beaurepaires store, whilst completing a Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology. Training will be delivered in the work place and you will have up to three hours each week to put towards your studies. You will be working alongside experienced people who will provide on the job training to support you in your role.
 
So what's in it for me?
This is an opportunity to join a well respected organisation in a secure trade. Other benefits include;
Ongoing professional development opportunities Opportunities for career progression on completion of your traineeship. Weekly wages paid as per the National Training Wage No course or materials costs Ongoing, regular support from your MEGT Field Officer  Opportunity to learn from some of the most experienced professionals in the field.
OK, I'm in what next?
The candidates who will become part of Beaurepaires' future will be enthusiastic, committed and motivated. We are looking for candidates who have a genuine interest in the automotive industry and are committed to gaining a trade qualification. You will also have;
Mechanical Aptitude A current SA Drivers Licence Quick to learn new skills Excellent communication skills Prior customer service experience No prior qualifications higher than a certificate II Must be Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident The successful candidate will be required to complete a medical, which will include drug and alcohol screening.
This is a fantastic growth opportunity and a real opportunity to have a long term career with Beaurepaires.
MEGT (Australia) Ltd is a Child Safe and Equal Opportunity employer committed to child safety and providing a work environment that values diversity and inclusion.
 
If you feel you meet most of the above requirements, submitting your application could not be easier. Simply hit 'apply' now and submit your resume and cover letter to MEGT today.  Should you have any questions, please call Terri on *****69. + click to reveal
 
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At Labour Solutions Australia (LSA) is an industry leader in providing skilled personal across a variety of industries to small, medium and large organisations across Australia
We are currently seeking a Qualified Diesel Mechanic
To be considered for this role you must:
  • Heavy Vehicle / Diesel Mechanic
  • Have a proven track record of reliability (References must be provided)
  • Your own car/transport is strongly beneficial
  • White Card
  • Be physically fit to work in a manual Labouring environment
Only successful applicants will be contacted regarding their application
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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Fenner Dunlop Australia Pty Ltd is, a division of Fenner plc, are the world leaders in the manufacture of conveyor belting for mining and industrial applications. With manufacturing plants in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth supporting 16 branches nationally, we offer a comprehensive range of products and services from the design and supply of complete conveyor solutions through to service, installation maintenance and diagnostics services.
 
Due to ongoing growth in our Whyalla Branch, we seek a Service Manager to be accountable for not only the success of our field service operations, but also leading safety, managing staff and managing client relationships.
 
This role will be required to be on the tools from time to time.
 
Responsibilities
Supervision of the Whyalla service team (including Supervisors, conveyor systems technicians, Mechanical trades, conveyor auditors) overseeing scheduling of conveyor installations and repairs, belt splicing, plant maintenance, pulley change outs. Liaison with Clients and Managers to ensure jobs are planned, scoped and executed to the highest standard Assisting with quoting and technical troubleshooting Providing proactive safety leadership and quality compliance Manage, in conjunction with the branch manager and HR Business Partner, all Human Resources related tasks for the site. Build, foster and coach the service team to create a high performance culture Account management and business development to achieve budgeting service targets.
 
 
Must Haves:
 
Exposure to conveyor maintenance Supervisory experience of service work A strong commitment to safety and quality Experience managing key accounts Strong leadership and problem solving skills Valid driver’s licence Willingness to work outside of hours as required
 
 
 
If you are results driven and passionate about growing a successful service business then don’t miss this opportunity to join a market leader.  You will be rewarded with a competitive package.
 
If you are interested in this position please apply today.  Or if you wish to discuss this position further, please call Penny on *****70 + click to reveal for a private and confidential discussion. 
 
Disclaimer – Third party agency referrals will not be accepted.