LB10894/1.0-3909760

  

  • Day Shift Role with paid Overtime
  • Fun, Friendly & Supportive Team
  • Highly Successful Gold Coast Company

About the Employer
Established for over 30 years, our Client is one of the leading injection and blow mould manufacturers in Australia, providing various packaging supplies for the Medical, Building, FMCG, Sport and Recreation, and Automotive industries. Supported by state-of-the-art computerised design and manufacturing facilities, their success comes from their continual investment in people, equipment and technology, which allows them to provide quality workmanship and a professional service.

About the Role:
This is a permanent full time role where you will be working day shift, with overtime opportunities available.  You will be part of a dedicated and experienced team, working in a modern and clean work shop environment, working on state of the art equipment and being part of a fantastic team.
  
Benefits:

  • Be recognised for your work performance
  • Gain exposure to the latest technologies and unique projects
  • Full company support and a rewarding, team-focused working environment

Duties:

  • Operation of manual mills, lathes, surface grinders and bench tools
  • Repair and maintenance of high quality injection moulds
  • Diagnosing and troubleshooting tooling problems and recommending improvements
  • Set up and operate machine tools
  • Test conformance of machined parts to specifications
  • Collaborate with colleagues to support design and Research & Development activities

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Relevant Trade qualifications
  • Experience in the operation of manual mills, lathes, surface grinders and bench tools
  • The ability to read and interpret diagrams 
  • Attention to detail and pride in your work
  • Safety awareness for yourself and fellow work mates
  • Good communication skills
  • A strong team player
  • Completed a minimum of Year 10 School Certificate
  • Ability to think through a problem and come up with solutions
  • Current drivers licence and own vehicle

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LB10894/1.0

 
 

LB10861/1.1-3906256

  • Friendly, positive & collaborative Team environment
  • Successful family business, with very long term employees
  • Opportunity to be mentored and trained in a specialised field

About the Employer
Our client is a highly successful Australian business who is passionate about Branding, which is why they specialise in providing their clients with eye catching bespoke products that assist their business to make an impact when they go to market.  Being specialists in the flexible packaging and self-adhesive label market, they are proudly Australian owned and their products are manufactured locally. 
  
About the Role:
Due to the impending retirement of a very long standing employee, they are now seeking a reliable, dedicated individual, who has an excellent work ethic and a good level of safety awareness, who will be mentored and trained in production duties.  Experience isn’t essential, so if you are mechanically minded or have experience operating machinery, this could be a great opportunity. This is a small, close knit and positive team, with long term employees who are committed and passionate about the quality of the work that is produced. 
  
Benefits:

  • Continuity of Employment Guaranteed
  • Collaborative, friendly team environment
  • Work close to home

Duties:

  • Setting up and operation of machinery on the production line
  • Prepare products to meet orders ensuring quality and adhering to time specifications
  • Ensure quality control of products prior to despatch
  • Adhoc duties as required

Skills and Experience:

  • Have a good level and understanding of safety awareness
  • Prior experience within production or familiarity with machine operating will be highly regarded
  • Be a mechanically minded individual
  • Have a high attention to detail and pride with your work
  • Have an excellent work ethic and a stable work history
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Neat & clean personal presentation
  • Car and drivers licence essential

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LB10861/1.1
 

VVK10874/1.0-3909467

   
                                              Warehouse Manager
  
  

  • Up to $90,000 + super + benefits
  • Full-time position (7.00 to 4.00 pm)
  • Location – West of Melbourne CBD
  • Career progression opportunities available
  • National Company (Market Leader)

  
  
About the company
This national business has been operating for more than 30 years.  They’ve established themselves as a leader in their field and are expanding.  Supplying, installing and maintaining commercial cleaning/hygiene products is what they excel at.

About the Role
You will be the first Warehouse Manager for their Victoria facility.  You will have the support of the National Warehouse Manager, as well as an Admin Assistant.  In a nutshell, you will be responsible for all facets relating to the efficient and effective operation of the Warehouse.
  
 Duties

  • Manage all warehouse and delivery personnel
  • Ensure Company Policies and OH & S procedures are followed
  • Ensure Customer satisfaction at all times
  • Oversee the entire warehousing operation
  • And more…..

What’s in it for you

  • On-site parking
  • Friendly supportive work environment
  • Company polo shirts
  • Annual reviews
  • Ongoing training and professional development
  • Career progression opportunities

  
Skills & Experience

  • Previous Warehouse Management experience
  • A team player who celebrates team effort
  • C class Driver’s licence
  • LF/LO Forklift licence
  • Hungry for success

  

All applications are reviewed.
Only candidates who meet our client’s criteria will be contacted.

  
Job ID:  VVK10874

PR10760/1.0-3907124

  • Varied daily factory floor/fabrication tasks
  • Small, social, family run business
  • Honest and fair, clean and tidy, fun environment
  • Business in growth stage  


About the Employer

Our client has almost 30 years’ experience creating innovative sign solutions for Australian businesses across the country.  A third-generation, family owned company, who value honesty and excellence in customer service.  A great company culture that is in a real growth stage of their business, requiring more hands on deck and opportunities for career advancement.
  
About the Role
  
This business is going from strength to strength with work rolling in the door. 
They need some help on the factory floor with cutting and assembling of aluminium for their signage projects. 
Someone to join the easy going team and also assist with packing orders and forklift driving along with other factory floor tasks.
  
Benefits:

  • Onsite parking
  • Paid overtime opportunities
  • Small, fun, social team  

Duties:

  • Fabrication of raw finish components and sub-assemblies
  • Sawing, measuring, drilling, guillotining, riveting, screw fixing, mechanical assembly, cutting of letter kits & bonding of materials – aluminium modular systems
  • Final assembly of signs and sub contract products
  • Measuring, drilling, riveting, screw fixing, mechanical assembly, final inspections and bonding of materials
  • Packing, forklift driving, motor vehicle driving and deliveries, receiving goods, storing goods, management of stock levels

Skills and Experience:

  • Experience in fabrication of raw finish components and final assembly ideal but not essential – a Mr Fix It type/hands on construction experience
  • Attention to detail 
  • Preferred forklift licence
  • Print industry ideal however not essential
  • Previous work experience in similar type “hands on” roles
  • Physically fit
  • Can work autonomously and part of a team
  • A fun, can do attitude
  • Reliable, good sense of humour with a great work ethic  

Proof of vaccination is required to work with the team in this role.

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

Job ID:
  
PR10760

AS10516.10-3904779

  • Palmerston North Based with Relocation Financial Support
  • Great company culture and friendly environment
  • Hourly rate from $30 per hour


About the Role

A new permanent full-time opportunity for a production operator manufacturing metal roofing for carports using a roll forming machine.  
   
Key responsibilities will include:

  • Read and interpret work instructions
  • Feed metal sheets
  • Perform machine maintenance, equipment process checks during and after production
  • Work autonomously with strong safety awareness and un-supervised 
  • Manage stock and material usage

To be successful for this role you must have the following:

  • Experience with using roll forming machine 
  • Current Driver’s license and reliable transport
  • Capable of fast-paced, physical work
  • Capable of reading and following simple written/verbal instructions and diagrams.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision 
  • Willing to undergo pre-employment checks including criminal and drug testing

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
 
  
Job ID:
AS10516.10

 

PR10760-3906523

  • Varied daily factory floor/fabrication tasks
  • Small, social, family run business
  • Honest and fair, clean and tidy, fun environment
  • Business in growth stage  


About the Employer

Our client has almost 30 years’ experience creating innovative sign solutions for Australian businesses across the country.  A third-generation, family owned company, who value honesty and excellence in customer service.  A great company culture that is in a real growth stage of their business, requiring more hands on deck and opportunities for career advancement.
  
About the Role
  
This business is going from strength to strength with work rolling in the door. 
They need some help on the factory floor with cutting and assembling of aluminium for their signage projects. 
Someone to join the easy going team and also assist with packing orders and forklift driving along with other factory floor tasks.
  
Benefits:

  • Onsite parking
  • Paid overtime opportunities
  • Small, fun, social team  

Duties:

  • Fabrication of raw finish components and sub-assemblies
  • Sawing, measuring, drilling, guillotining, riveting, screw fixing, mechanical assembly, cutting of letter kits & bonding of materials – aluminium modular systems
  • Final assembly of signs and sub contract products
  • Measuring, drilling, riveting, screw fixing, mechanical assembly, final inspections and bonding of materials
  • Packing, forklift driving, motor vehicle driving and deliveries, receiving goods, storing goods, management of stock levels

Skills and Experience:

  • Experience in fabrication of raw finish components and final assembly ideal but not essential – a Mr Fix It type/hands on construction experience
  • Attention to detail 
  • Preferred forklift licence
  • Print industry ideal however not essential
  • Previous work experience in similar type “hands on” roles
  • Physically fit
  • Can work autonomously and part of a team
  • A fun, can do attitude
  • Reliable, good sense of humour with a great work ethic  

Proof of vaccination is required to work with the team in this role.

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

Job ID:
  
PR10760

TB10868.01-3905629

  • Innovative shop fittings manufacturer and supplier to Australian retailers
  • Stable and supportive business with long-term employment outlook
  • $60 – $80K + Super

About the Employer
With over 40 years of experience, our client is a family-owned and operated business delivering a premium range of shop fittings, displays, and retail supplies to fashion retailers throughout Australia.  As a trusted and innovative business, they are committed to offering a consultative approach and providing the latest design solutions for their clients together with exceptional customer service.  Due to current product developments, our client requires a motivated and proactive Production Operator to join their enthusiastic team and empower their retailers to fit out their stores with modular shopfitting designs and solutions.

About the Role:
A new and exciting opportunity to demonstrate your effective communication and organisational skills in the manufacturing, packaging, and preparation of customisable shop fittings for delivery. This role will see you operating and supporting all stages of production while following health and safety guidelines.  Working collaboratively within the small team your focus will be to support the smooth day-to-day running of the production line with accuracy and work towards improving productivity for the growth of the business.

Benefits:

  • Be part of a passionate, innovative team
  • Positive working environment with a supportive team
  • Staff rewards to celebrate successes

Duties:

  • Operating CNC and Edge Banding machines
  • Using drilling machines and cut off saws for accurate and timely production of modular timber components
  • Diligent production, cleaning, stacking, and packaging of products
  • Tracking and updating job progress through an in-house system
  • Assembling components to build shop counters and other modular shop fittings
  • Maintaining and promoting a clean and efficient working environment and following health and safety standards

Skills and Experience:

  • 2 years of experience preferred in tradesmen assisting, manufacturing, or production work
  • Forklift license preferred
  • Experience in doing repetitive or manufacturing tasks with speed and accuracy
  • Understanding of processes in line with required timeframes
  • Competent in hand-tool use and practically minded
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • Strong organisational skills, reliable and respectful
  • Leadership qualities for future management opportunity

If you embody the company values below, we encourage you to please submit your application:

Passionate – Apply positivity and energy to reach fulfillment.
Integrity – Build trust through fairness, uprightness, and accountability.
Dependable – Be consistent in character, actions, and everything we do.
Initiative- Be observant, proactive, and make things happen.
Synergy – Team players communicate and collaborate to achieve the impossible.
  
Please note that only candidates residing in Australia and with full working rights will be considered.
  
  
Job ID: TB10868.01

CP10867.1-3904857

  • Above Award Hourly Rate
  • Permanent Full time
  • Performance is rewarded

  
About the Employer
Our client is a successful national family business and recognised leader in the packaging industry. Offering complete warehouse and packaging solutions using cutting edge innovation and technology. Their focus is on reducing their environmental impact within a culture of integrity, quality and superior customer service.
  
About the Role:
Reporting to the Warehouse Manager, the Printer Machine Operator will be responsible for the production of printed materials by following print job specifications. You will set up, operate, adjust and maintain printing equipment to ensure efficient functionality. This role will also be involved in paper manufacturing.

Machine operator experience is essential and training will be provided.
  
Benefits:

  • Immediate Start
  • Mon-Fri 7.00am – 4.30pm
  • Great work culture

  
Duties:

  • Prepare machines for Printing and Paper manufacturing
  • Colour, ,mixing matching, Slitting, Rewinding, Paper converting
  • Plate making, Plate cleaning & secure job bags and ink containers upon job completion
  • Inspect printed tape for print clarity, colour accuracy, spec conformance, external defects
  • Determine job order details; production quantities, times, stock specs, colours & sequences
  • Maintain clean work area at all times
  • Order required materials via line Manager
  • Occasional Warehouse duties when required

  
  
Skills and Experience:

  • Min 2 years’ experience printer or paper machine exp-highly regarded.
  • Quality results oriented – Accurate, high attention for details
  • Excellent time management
  • Flexibility to adapt to change
  • Great internal and external customer service
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
ANZ & Permanent residents needs only apply

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

Job ID: CP10867.1

LB10379/4.0-3904517


CNC Machinist
  
  • Fast paced and collaborative team environment
  • Variety of work
  • Permanent full time role with career prospects

About the Employer
Our client is a highly successful Gold Coast business who provides innovative and safe lifting solutions for heavy machinery in the mining industry.  They have been in operation for over 50 years, and have developed a reputation for uncompromised quality, reliability and design.  Their products are locally manufactured and are supplied to customers in Australia and throughout the World.

About the Role:
This progressive company has more than doubled in size over the past 12 months and is continuing to grow and expand.  To keep up with this growth, they are now seeking an experienced, trade qualified Fitter Machinist, who has an excellent work ethic and prides themselves on providing superior workmanship at all times.  It is envisaged you will be a skilled CNC Machinist yourself, with knowledge of Okuma, Mazak, Siemens CNC Controllers or similar.
  
Benefits:

  • Be Proud to be part of an “Australian Made” Company
  • Positive Team culture
  • Growth opportunities

  Duties:

  • Manual and CNC machining of general and specialist engineering components, hydraulic cylinders components and accessories
  • Provide program feedback and progress reports
  • Adherence to company OH&S policies and procedures

Skills and Experience:

  • Ideally have a minimum of 2 years’ experience as a machinist
  • Relevant Trade Qualifications
  • Ability to work unsupervised and meet deadlines in a workshop environment
  • Good communication skills both written and verbal
  • Mig and Tig and welding experience an advantage
  • Forklift Licence or the ability to obtain a licence

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LB10379/4.0
 

NC10817/1.0-3900585

  • Dynamic & Supportive Team Environment
  • Develop a Career in Purchasing
  • Conveniently Located West of Newcastle CBD

  
About the Employer
Our client is a well-established company that take pride in their professionalism, customer satisfaction and product quality. By ensuring their staff provide exceptional service, they consistently exceed customer expectations and offer practical solutions to consumers all over Australia.
  
About the Role
Due to continued growth a great opportunity exists for a Purchasing Assistant to support the Operations and Sales Teams through a wide range of Purchasing and Administrative tasks. You will be responsible for the accurate and timely processing of local Purchase Orders, Expediting and other Purchasing related activities that contribute to the timely arrival and availability of products to fulfill Customer Orders.

Benefits:

  • Work within a highly supportive team that encourage professional growth
  • Long term opportunity within a well-established business
  • New & Modern Facilities
  • Work/Life Balance Environment

  
Duties:

  • Assisting the Purchasing Team in day-to-day activities including Purchase Order entry and Receipting of Stock within the company ERP system
  • Liaise with suppliers for Order Placement, Order Acknowledgement & Shipping Documentation
  • Maintaining Stock Records, Price Lists & Supplier Information
  • Conversion of Purchase Requisitions for the supply of Non-Stock products
  • Communication of Shipment Due Dates to the Internal & External Sales Teams
  • Liaise with Freight Forwarders on inbound shipments and the maintenance of product Due Dates
  • General Office Administration tasks, File Management & Supplier Correspondence
  • Provide support and assistance to the Purchasing & Logistics Manager as required
  • Adhere to company values and conduct yourself in a Professional & Courteous manner

Skills and Experience:

  • Previous experience in Office Administration or Purchasing is preferred but not essential
  • Must be Enthusiastic, Well Organised with the ability to Prioritise & Multi-Task
  • Have a professional Attitude, excellent Attention to Detail and accurate Data Entry capability
  • Possess a strong Verbal and Written Communication skill set
  • Ability to effectively Communicate with other Staff Members & Departments
  • Confident and experienced in using Microsoft Office, in particular Excel, Word & Outlook
  • Be Methodical and always uphold Procedural & Process requirements
  • Capability to work Independently and complete tasks within a given time frame
  • Strong Customer Service focus and ability to build effective working relationships

  
If you enjoy working in a vibrant, values driven team, where everyone contributes to results, have excellent communication skills and strong attention to detail then this could be an excellent opportunity for you
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: NC10817/1.0