Bring your passion for delivering exceptional customer service to this role!
Successful company where profits go to medical research
Opportunity to gain certificated accreditation
Enjoy flexible 24/7 casual hours
Benefit from one-on-one and on-going training to ensure your success
AusHealth (formerly Medvet Sciences) is a dynamic and successful company specialising in the provision of on-site health and safety services to industries nationally.
Reporting to the Operations Supervisor - Drugs and Alcohol, you will provide a high standard of customer service through your interactions with a range of clients whilst undertaking onsite testing for alcohol and drugs of abuse.
No experience is necessary as training will be provided, however experience in handling biological samples will be highly regarded.
You must enjoy working autonomously and possess a mobile telephone, current driver’s licence and reliable vehicle. This is a casual position so hours will fluctuate and are not guaranteed. You will need to have good availability for shifts 24/7.
Key Responsibilities of the Role:
Perform onsite testing for drugs of abuse from urine or oral fluid specimens
Perform onsite breath testing for alcohol
Maintain chain of custody of samples and detailed records of all visits and samples
Organise transportation of relevant samples after collection
Skills and Attributes Required:
Exceptional customer service, interpersonal and communication skills
Intermediate computer and technology skills
Strong attention to detail
Strong time-management skills and the ability to work autonomously
Availability to work on an as-needs basis, 7 days per week
Access to a reliable transport and have a current Driver's Licence
Access to the internet and a mobile phone
Must be legally entitled to work and live in Australia
If you have well-developed interpersonal and organisational skills and a "can do" attitude then this is the role for you. Please include a covering letter as the first page of your resume addressing your suitability for the position.
Looking for employment in a relaxed rural lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of city life?
Proudly owned by Australian Farmers
McLean Farms is a family-owned business with a reputation for quality. We are seeking to fill casual and part-time positions for Poultry Farm Hands / Egg Collectors. You would be required to work some weekends and public holidays. Some after-hours and overtime work may be required. You would assist with husbandry and egg packing duties.
Animal Welfare checks and operation of farm packing machine for egg collection.
Duties could include:
Egg collection - operating farm packing machine, manual collection of floor and system eggs;
Checking the quality of eggs produced;
Monitoring the daily egg production;
General animal husbandry duties and animal welfare responsibilities – you would be required to work closely with the birds in the sheds, ensuring adequate feed and water, and repairing systems when required;
Attending to sick birds promptly and humanely;
Minor shed maintenance duties;
Shed and surrounding areas cleaning, including yard duties, mowing, etc.;
Cleaning the egg packer, collection room and other equipment as required;
Assisting with the removal and placement of birds.
Completing daily production documentation.
To be successful in this role, you will possess the following attributes:
Willingness to strictly adhere to the required animal welfare standards;
Mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting abilities;
Previous experience in poultry animal husbandry is not essential, but would be highly regarded;
Current valid drivers’ licence (manual), with preference to those who also possess a valid truck and/or forklift licence;
Strenuous physical activity is involved, and therefore a robust physical nature is required to successfully fill this role;
Be prepared to work as part of a team, but be able to work autonomously when required;
Strong inter-personal skills, able to work co-cooperatively with internal and external contacts;
Willingness to adhere to all health and safety, bio-security and operational requirements;
Strong written and verbal communication skills;
Must be reliable, punctual and motivated;
Good attention to detail;
Good organizational and time management skills, with the ability to carry out a range of different tasks.You may be required to work reasonable overtime to meet operational demands.
You may be required to work reasonable overtime to meet operational demands. Adherence to the company’s strict Drug and Alcohol, Bio-security requirements (including not keeping live birds or pigs at home) and Health and Safety guidelines is compulsory. You must be willing to submit to all pre-employment testing requirements (including but not limited to a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen and pre-employment functional assessment) as applicable.
You must not have any birds, pigs or poultry at your place of residence.
Please ensure that you have read the Bio-Security Document on the right hand side.
You must be legally entitled to work permanently in Australia to apply for these positions. These positions are not open to overseas applicants.
This is a great opportunity for Farm Hands. If you are looking for a hands-on role and you are ready to roll up your sleeves, we would like to hear from you.
3 Month Contract with Immediate Start for 2 x Diesel/Mechanical Fitters based at Moranbah & Middlemount working a 9 day fortnight. You will be responsible for maintenance / servicing of vehicles, plant and equipment.
Previous Experience Required:
Middlemount: Experience in medium and heavy vehicle/ mobile plant diagnostics and repair
Moranbah: Experience in light and medium vehicle/ mobile plant diagnostics and repair
1. Australian Trade qualification in mechanical engineering Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology and experience in light/heavy vehicle transport and heavy plant and equipment is essential
2. ‘C’ class Open Drivers licence.
Please send your Application and Qualifications to email@example.com
TECHSERVE HAVE EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPERIENCED UNDERGROUND FITTERS AT VARIOUS MINES IN THE BOWEN BASIN!
Immediate starts on long-term projects are available for applicants who share our company's passion for the roles and opportunities.
Applicants who possess the following are strongly encouraged to apply:
Standard 11 Surface and Underground (within 5 years);
Coal Board Medical (within 5 years)
Australian Recognised Mechanical Trade Papers
Minimum 12 months Underground Coal Experience (via Training Transcripts)
Conveyor and Longwall Maintenance Experience
The Techserve team is committed to a culture of safety in all areas of our operations. We offer fantastic incentives for our employees, including salary sacrificing, family friendly rosters for work/life balance and accommodation and meals while on roster.
If you are ready to take the lead call our recruitment team on 1800 TECHSERVE (1800 832 473) or send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Five Star Power currently have a position vacant on our sales team for an immediate start in our Mackay Office. Five Star Power and Solahart Mackay have joined forces with Techserve Mining and Energy to expand on its renewable energy market capabilities.
Five Star Power is your local electrical and solar experts servicing domestic, commercial and industrial clients throughout Mackay and the Whitsunday's. Our electrical contractors offer a wide range of friendly, professional electrical services as well as quality products and fast turnaround times.
The preferred applicant will have a proven sales results and be driven to actively seek and promote our business through multiply lines of customer engagement. Inspections, quoting, invoicing works and involvement in the company’s safety and quality management systems are essential.
Position is offered as Monday to Friday, fulltime salary & commission
For more information call Techserve on 1800 832 473 or send your resume to email@example.com
Imagine a job with meaning, one that resonates with your inner values. Be rewarded for your effort with ongoing training & development and the opportunity to make a difference every day. Come do some good with us.
For more than 60 years, Blue Care has supported individuals and families to live independently in their local community. As one of Queensland’s largest and most trusted aged care providers, we are passionate about supporting people to live life their way. Come join a dedicated and passionate team spanning 260 centres and 80 communities across the state.
About the role
Blue Care is currently looking for a part time Personal Carer Team Leader to join our team located at our Mt Isa Respite Care. Your role will be to support and provide leadership to Personal Carers in the delivery of quality care based on residents’ needs that enhances and promotes their quality of life. You may also provide personal care including showering and hygiene, domestic assistance and social support.
To be successful in the role you will need
You will need a Certificate III in Aged Care, Home and Community Care or Disabilities, a current QLD driver’s license, strong communication and team work skills. Current First Aid and CPR Certificates would be desirable.
What we can offer you
We offer leading rates of pay and conditions, as well as professional development opportunities, flexibility with hours, and the best salary packaging options in the industry that allow you to significantly increase your take home pay. We can also offer you a dynamic workplace culture that encourages you to be creative and fun while contributing to Blue Care’s mission and strategic direction.
If you are looking for a rewarding role where you can truly make a difference and progress your career while enjoying yourself along the way, we want to hear from you!
Submitting your application is easy, click on the ‘apply’ button and follow the prompts.
Applications close 5 April 2019.
Agency applications will not be considered.
Our process includes undergoing a Federal Police check and some positions will require you to complete an online medical assessment. We pay for both of these and it’s an easy process. You also need full working rights for Australia.
We work hard to make our services welcoming and safe for every person. We are united in keeping children, young people and the elderly safe from harm, within our services, workplaces and the communities we support. We are committed to speaking up loudly for their safety.
Through our values UnitingCare are proud of our teams diversity, we believe in the strength of a diverse and inclusive workforce to help us achieve the best outcomes for the communities in which we operate and serve. We highly encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Community
Extrastaff are currently seeking after hours cleaners for a local education facility. This role will commence immediately and will start as one month contract with opportunity to extend. Hours of work will be Monday to Friday afternoons from 3:00 pm to 8:30 pm. All equipment is provided. The successful applicant will have: Ability to work unsupervised A positive go-getter attitude and work well within a small team Previous experience in commercial cleaning Strong adherence to Occupational Health & Safety principles Have reliable transportation Ability to pass a drug and alcohol Have a Working with Children Blue card or willingness to obtain one If you would like to be considered for this role, click APPLY NOW. -
Comprehensive training & induction provided + regular skills upgrades
Regular shifts - flexibility of casual work with the security of regular hours
Grow your career & develop long-term professional relationships
Spinal Life Australia is a not-for-profit organisation passionate in our commitment to rebuilding lives, promoting and celebrating independence, and preventing spinal injuries. Our Personal Support & Home Care Services team support people across Queensland with spinal cord injury and other physical disabilities so that they can live the life they choose.
We're currently looking for FEMALE Support Workers to join our team and provide support to our clients in Hervey Bay.
A career as a Support Worker means: Our clients are decision makers who plan and organise their own lives and make their own choices. Your role is to provide the support our clients need and choose so they can live the life that they want to. Working closely with a client in their own home you'll assist with a wide range of quite personal daily activities such as:
Transferring in and out of bed, chairs and providing other mobility assistance
Housework, meal preparation and other light domestic assistance
We do things differently at Spinal Life. You'll be part of a person's ongoing support team, which means you'll get to build long-term professional relationships with your clients and your teammates.
Our successful Support Workers are:
Emotionally aware, resilient and responsive to the changing support needs of our clients
Sensitive and adaptable to clients' different personalities, cultural backgrounds and family/house dynamics
Genuine, reliable workers with inherent integrity and respect for individual choice and client confidentiality
You'll also need to:
Be available to work early mornings from 7am, plus some weekends.
Be able to apply for a Positive Notice 'Yellow Card' and Working with Children 'Blue Card'
Have a current driver licence
Be capable of doing a physically demanding role - you'll be lifting, bending, carrying, crouching, driving and working in restricted spaces such as shower stalls, bathrooms, and other parts of clients' homes.
Apply now and you'll enjoy all the benefits of working with Spinal Life Australia, including:
Comprehensive training and induction
Ongoing training and development - we say it because we actually do it!
Internal career progression opportunities
Salary packaging arrangements that can increase your take-home pay
Penalty rates for weekends, nights and public holidays that make a real difference in your pay packet
Regular team meetings and celebrations of success - you're part of a big team where your contribution is really valued
The opportunity to really make a difference - in your team, in your organisation and in your clients' lives.
Wisely is a dynamic Australian business providing end to end asset management solutions and professional consulting support to a vast range of industries including mining & resources, aviation, rail, defence, ports & infrastructure. Whilst our head office is in QLD and we conduct many projects and contracts in the surrounding regions, we support work all across Australia as well as internationally. We are proud that our business employs many people local to their region and we focus on a safe work environment. We are a flexible business and tailor packages for our people based on individual needs, locations and circumstances to ensure sustainability within our team.
With over 20 years asset management experience in mining, we are seeking an experienced Project Lead Engineer. Based near Emerald QLD and commencing on an initial 3 month contract with us, there will be opportunity for extension within our team based on performance.
In this role you will support the owners team for the installation and commissioning of a Reverse Osmosis Plant on a mine site near Emerald which is in the early stages of recommencement. This will be a combination of both site and Brisbane based work doing a Monday to Friday roster.
The ideal candidate will possess:
Project Engineering / Management experience
Exposure to Reverse Osmosis Plants
Proven ability to problem solve and provide practical advice to stakeholders throughout the business
demonstrated ability to lead and develop small teams of professionals
Effective communication and negotiation skills, capable of engaging with all levels of the business
Benefits of joining our team:
Family-friendly position: no weekend work required.
Free travel and accommodation for the right individual
Flexible contracts - you will be offered an attractive industry leading full time package or the option of casual or to subcontract through your own ABN.
Free mental health support for you and your family through our employee assistance program.
Professional development opportunities plus coaching from our leadership team of industry experts.
Recognition and diverse career opportunities across varied industries.
Salary sacrificing options for hire vehicles, superannuation and novated leasing.
Employee discounts on private health insurance, car rentals, accommodation and fitness.
How to apply: If this sounds like you we want to hear from you ASAP so please 'Apply Now'. For a confidential conversation regarding the positions please contact: Marissa Whittington Recruiter P: 1300 947 359 Email: Marissa.firstname.lastname@example.org
Rockhampton State High School was opened in 1919 and moved to its present site near the Rockhampton Showgrounds in 1960. It is one of the three state high schools in the provincial city of Rockhampton and provides compulsory and post compulsory secondary education programs to a student population of over 1000 students. As the school is the only state secondary facility on the southern side of the city, it draws its student population from families of diverse economic and vocational backgrounds. At our school, we assist students to grow and develop by offering a strong culture of support and by providing a wide range of opportunities. We believe that quality relationships between students, the school, parents and the community are essential to ensuring the progress of students. We believe that school life is greatly enriched when students become engaged in life outside the classroom and take advantage of the full range of extra & co-curricular activities on offer. Rockhampton is a major City Hub and is the gateway to everything that the Central Queensland region has to offer, whilst only being a short 35 minute drive to the stunning Capricorn coastline. Both Graduates and Primary teachers with an interest in teaching Junior Secondary are strongly encouraged to apply. For further information about the school, please click here to visit the school's website.
Teaching in Queensland: The department is responsible for the delivery of quality education services to all Queensland students in state schools and recognises teachers and their commitment to teaching through a range of rewards and benefits. To find out more click here.
Applicants for these positions must possess:
A relevant teaching qualification. Click here for further information on teaching qualifications.
Employment for pre-service/graduate teachers will be subject to the successful completion of a relevant teaching qualification and meeting the minimum requirements as a teacher with the department.
Permanent employment as a teacher is available to:
Persons who reside in Australia and have permission or a right to be granted permission, under Commonwealth law, to remain in Australia indefinitely.
New Zealand citizens who have a special category visa or a right to be granted a special category visa under the Migration Act 1958.
How to apply:
Click the Green 'Apply online' button below
Enter your personal details
Attach your current CV including contact details of two professional referees
Pre-service teachers are encouraged to include completed practicum reports, mentor/referee statements, unofficial academic transcript for current course of study
**Applicants are encouraged to commence and submit their application as early as possible as the Department of Education and Training reserves the right to reduce the application period and/or remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found.**This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. -
- Access to phone, laptop and internet connection - Goal driven and Self-motivated - Able to follow simple system - Has the drive to learn and grow - Professional manner and positive attitude - Some working capital to get started - At least 20 hours per week to dedicate to your business
We do not require any specific experience nor qualifications, as all the training will be provided within the Business to the right candidate. However, we are seeking specifically for individuals who are open minded, have strong leadership skills and willingness to grow and learn new things while earning a lucrative income.
In our Business we will show you how other Stay-At-Home-Mums, Corporate Team leaders, Nurses, Retirees and lots of other talented people from all backgrounds are achieving mind-blowing results while working around their family commitments.
Escape office politics, choose your own hours to work and start creating the life of your dreams.
MANDATORY QUALIFICATIONS, CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Whilst there are no mandatory requirements for this position, the following are highly desirable for success in the role:
possession of a degree relevant for the human services or criminology fields;
possession of a recognised national qualification from a registered training organisation in management and leadership development, project and change management methodologies;
possession or the willingness to obtain a current "C" Class drivers licence;
ROLE Supervise and develop a small team of professional staff through demonstrated competence in frontline people management techniques including providing mentoring, coaching and performance feedback and appraisal processes. Provide front-line human resource management, support and guidance to direct reports. Provide the highest standard of specialist expertise in advice, guidance and oversight of daily risk in the management of direct staff reports to deliver quality case management. Understand and execute responsibilities in accordance with governance mechanisms to deliver compliance and support business improvement. Provide advisory services to senior management on a range of matters related to emerging risks and best practice approaches to systems, processes and functions. Support staff to understand how to interpret complex issues regarding divisional aims and communicate these to stakeholders. Manage own professional development needs to ensure currency of own knowledge of best practice approaches for the development of the team. Action the planning of a work area including direct input into the development of work plans, providing advice on priorities, solutions and strategies for monitoring progress and achieving required outcomes. Efficient and effective time management and daily priority realignment supported by advanced computer skills, especially proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint, MS Project and navigating web based computer applications with ease. Ensure that professional conduct and behaviour is in accordance with the Queensland Public Service Code of Conduct. Promote and nurture a team culture that has good morale, values diversity with their peers and where individuals are competent with working with diversity target groups and adequately trained to do so. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Self-aware and consistent with the attitudes and behaviours that need to be modelled in a correctional environment. Resilient to remain motivated in achieving high standards in the delivery of essential frontline services. Well rounded in administrative and technical skills that assist in the achievement of workplace goals. Aspiring to commit to a career in the public service and the levels of accountability required. Committed to the Department's goal to protect community safety and make a difference to changing lives. Committed to addressing the issues impacting upon the over representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders in the criminal justice system. Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. -
A babysitter wanted in Rockhampton for 2 children, babysitting in Rockhampton. Hi, we are looking for a babysitter for the 6th of April. My husband and I have a 30th to attend so it would be from 6pm to late at our house. We have two girls aged five and one.
Our one year old will need nappy changes and wakes for bottles. -
At Bis we support and encourage everyone to think differently, get involved and create solutions that deliver exceptional results every day. We offer many benefits to our employees and support them to learn, grow and to reach our shared goals. Our progress is made through the efforts, contributions and development of our people working in a high performing and agile culture.
Our commitment is to be a reflection of the communities in which we operate in. We recognise that diverse and inclusive teams outperform others, creates an enjoyable and engaging team environment and delivers exceptional results. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply to this and any of our career opportunities.
With Bis, you can deliver every day.
Be part of something exciting!
Bis are seeking qualified and highly experienced Maintenance Fitters at their Moranbah North operation. Reporting to the Site Manager, you will be responsible for maintenance and repairs of heavy vehicles and mobile plant equipment including but not limited to powertrains, graders and loaders.
To succeed in this role you will:
Have a proven record of commitment to Zero Harm in the workplace;
Have a strong work ethic and a high level of attention to detail;
Possess extensive experience in the repair and maintenance of heavy plant and associated equipment;
Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills
Be flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances
A solid grasp of WHSE obligations
Mechanical trade certificate
Dozer and Loader tickets, experience using CAT equipment an advantage
At Bis we do not just look at your qualifications, licenses or experience - we want to ensure every team member lives the values of Zero Harm, Unity, Passion, Excellence and Relationships.
We are your resources logistics company
Bis is a mining services company who have been have been delivering logistics, materials handling, specialised equipment and consulting services to resource companies across Australia and Indonesia every day since 1915.
We find the best solutions and inventive ways to improve while looking after the health, safety and wellbeing of our people, the communities we operate in and our environment. Our strong team focus enables us to solve problems for our customers while also providing a unique culture that is built on the valued contribution our people make, every day.
Excellent career opportunities with potential for promotion
Dynamic growing company
This is an exciting opportunity for a Butcher to join the Drakes Supermarket team
Drakes Supermarkets is a Retail industry success story. A family owned and operated private company, we are Australia's largest independently-owned supermarket chain. Operating in over 50 stores across South Australia and Queensland, the company now has an annual turnover in excess of $1 billion and employs over 5,500 staff nationally.
The company’s strength lies in operating on the principles of a family business and supporting local manufacturers and suppliers. Drakes Supermarkets has kept its focus on the important aspects of the business. THE CUSTOMER. This is the company’s competitive edge, along with its family values and Australian heritage.
Working as a part of an enthusiastic team, in a highly competitive supermarket environment, applicants will be expected to demonstrate:
Certificate III in Meat Processing
Experience in a meat room in a retail business
High stardards of personal hygiene
Commitment to work health and safety standards
Excellent customer service skills
To succeed within our organisation, applicants must be able to:
Work at short notice and as required
Enjoy working as part of a small team
Express a positive "can do" attitude
Be reliable, friendly and motivated
Simply complete the application process by clicking the Apply Now button, attaching a combined resume and cover letter and we’ll be in touch.
If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a retail environment, we want to hear from you!
Hudson is a global talent solutions company now partnering with leading Government Departments in Townsville! We are seeking a Customer Service Officer for a temporary, long term opportunity.
Respond to face-to-face, telephone and electronic customer enquiries
Record and maintain accurate electronic records in various databases
Adhere to processes and procedures, while meeting deadlines and KPIs
Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to achieve consistent and high quality customer service outcomes
Analyse information for query resolution, reporting and continuous improvement
Assist with any other administrative duties, special projects and operation requirements as directed
Must have prior experience working in an administrative and customer service position
Exposure to marine industry or education and training background will be highly regarded
Strong customer service skills, able to handle difficult customers and situations
Excellent communication skills, articulate - verbal and written
Ability to work autonomously under minimal supervision
Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent ResidentDue to the overwhelming amount of applications, only suitable candidates will be contacted. At this stage, we will not be accepting calls regarding this role.
HOW TO APPLY
To submit your application, please use the appropriate link. 4A/22164