JSWH01.3-3676687

  

Junior Welder/Production Hand
  • Competitive Hourly Rate
  • Ongoing Training and Mentorship
  • Solid long-term employment opportunity
  • Established and successful company

About the Employer
Established in 1995 in New Zealand as a small family business, our client began by supplying a range of trailer components to trailer builders.  Over the following years, a commitment to good ethical values such as integrity, honesty, and loyalty; along with a strong focus on innovation and outstanding customer service has led to them expanding across NZ and eventually into Australia.
  
About the Role:
Due to the rapid growth phase this progressive company is experiencing, my client is seeking a Junior Welder/Production Hand to join their Melbourne branch. Reporting directly to the Operations Manager you will be responsible for assisting with the production of trailer axles and other fabricated components; including cutting, drilling, welding and some light painting and assembly work. The role requires high level of initiative, accuracy and attention to detail to ensure products are in line with specifications and at quality levels expected.
  
Benefits:

  • Flexible start and finish times
  • Monday-Friday – No Weekends
  • Quality tools of the trade, great facilities and new premises
  • Supportive, values driven leadership team

Duties:

  • Production processes in the manufacturing of trailer axles and other fabricated components
  • Steel cutting, drilling and welding; and other light painting and assembly work
  • Assisting with inbound goods and pre-assembly of components
  • General warehouse duties – pick and packing customer orders, organising delivery and updating systems.
  • Communicate effectively at all levels, including with clients and colleagues
  • Demonstrate high standards of quality and workmanship
  • Exercise workplace safety   

Skills and Experience:

  • Entry level experience in Steel welding, cutting and drilling within a Manufacturing environment
  • Assembly work and ability to effectively operate a variety of power and hand tools
  • Some experience in general warehouse operations is desirable
  • An awareness of mechanical and engineering principles in steel production
  • Understanding of site safety requirements
  • Good customer service skills with a professional phone manner
  • Experience in using ERP systems or willingness to learn
  • Ability to work autonomously and as a team player
  • A conscientious, positive attitude and a desire to continuously excel; to learn and grow with the business
  • A good level of physical fitness

This is a “hands-on” role for someone with loads of initiative and willing to think outside the square to progress the company.  If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you!
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JSWH01.3

JSWH01.2-3676094

  

Production Hand/Welder
  • Competitive Hourly Rate
  • Ongoing Training and Career Progression
  • Solid long-term employment opportunity
  • Established and successful company

About the Employer
Established in 1995 in New Zealand as a small family business, our client began by supplying a range of trailer components to trailer builders.  Over the following years, a commitment to good ethical values such as integrity, honesty, and loyalty; along with a strong focus on innovation and outstanding customer service has led to them expanding across NZ and eventually into Australia.
  
About the Role:
Due to the rapid growth phase this progressive company is experiencing, my client is seeking an experienced Welder/Production Hand to join their Melbourne branch. Reporting directly to the Operations Manager you will be responsible for assisting with the production of trailer axles and other fabricated components; including cutting, drilling, welding and some light painting and assembly work. The role requires high level of initiative, accuracy and attention to detail to ensure products are in line with specifications and at quality levels expected.
  
Benefits:

  • Flexible start and finish times
  • Monday-Friday – No Weekends
  • Quality tools of the trade, great facilities and new premises
  • Supportive, values driven leadership team

Duties:

  • Production processes in the manufacturing of trailer axles and other fabricated components
  • Steel cutting, drilling and welding; and other light painting and assembly work
  • Assisting with inbound goods and pre-assembly of components
  • General warehouse duties – pick and packing customer orders, organising delivery and updating systems.
  • Communicate effectively at all levels, including with clients and colleagues
  • Demonstrate high standards of quality and workmanship
  • Exercise workplace safety   

Skills and Experience:

  • Proven experience in Steel welding, cutting and drilling within a Manufacturing environment
  • Assembly work and ability to effectively operate a variety of power and hand tools
  • Some experience in general warehouse operations is desirable
  • An awareness of mechanical and engineering principles in steel production
  • Understanding of site safety requirements
  • Good customer service skills with a professional phone manner
  • Experience in using ERP systems or willingness to learn
  • Ability to work autonomously and as a team player
  • A conscientious, positive attitude and a desire to continuously excel; to learn and grow with the business
  • A good level of physical fitness

This is a “hands-on” role for someone with loads of initiative and willing to think outside the square to progress the company.  If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you!
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JSWH01.1

JSWH01.1-3675201

  

Production Hand/Welder
  • Competitive Hourly Rate
  • Ongoing Training and Career Progression
  • Solid long-term employment opportunity
  • Established and successful company

About the Employer
Established in 1995 in New Zealand as a small family business, our client began by supplying a range of trailer components to trailer builders.  Over the following years, a commitment to good ethical values such as integrity, honesty, and loyalty; along with a strong focus on innovation and outstanding customer service has led to them expanding across NZ and eventually into Australia.
  
About the Role:
Due to the rapid growth phase this progressive company is experiencing, my client is seeking an experienced Welder/Production Hand to join their Melbourne branch. Reporting directly to the Operations Manager you will be responsible for assisting with the production of trailer axles and other fabricated components; including cutting, drilling, welding and some light painting and assembly work. The role requires high level of initiative, accuracy and attention to detail to ensure products are in line with specifications and at quality levels expected.
  
Benefits:

  • Flexible start and finish times
  • Monday-Friday – No Weekends
  • Quality tools of the trade, great facilities and new premises
  • Supportive, values driven leadership team

Duties:

  • Production processes in the manufacturing of trailer axles and other fabricated components
  • Steel cutting, drilling and welding; and other light painting and assembly work
  • Assisting with inbound goods and pre-assembly of components
  • General warehouse duties – pick and packing customer orders, organising delivery and updating systems.
  • Communicate effectively at all levels, including with clients and colleagues
  • Demonstrate high standards of quality and workmanship
  • Exercise workplace safety   

Skills and Experience:

  • Proven experience in Steel welding, cutting and drilling within a Manufacturing environment
  • Assembly work and ability to effectively operate a variety of power and hand tools
  • Some experience in general warehouse operations is desirable
  • An awareness of mechanical and engineering principles in steel production
  • Understanding of site safety requirements
  • Good customer service skills with a professional phone manner
  • Experience in using ERP systems or willingness to learn
  • Ability to work autonomously and as a team player
  • A conscientious, positive attitude and a desire to continuously excel; to learn and grow with the business
  • A good level of physical fitness

This is a “hands-on” role for someone with loads of initiative and willing to think outside the square to progress the company.  If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you!
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JSWH01.1

JSWH01-3673906

  

Production Hand/Welder
  • Competitive Hourly Rate
  • Ongoing Training and Career Progression
  • Solid long-term employment opportunity
  • Established and successful company

About the Employer
Established in 1995 in New Zealand as a small family business, our client began by supplying a range of trailer components to trailer builders.  Over the following years, a commitment to good ethical values such as integrity, honesty, and loyalty; along with a strong focus on innovation and outstanding customer service has led to them expanding across NZ and eventually into Australia.
  
About the Role:
Due to the rapid growth phase this progressive company is experiencing, my client is seeking an experienced Welder/Production Hand to join their Melbourne branch. Reporting directly to the Operations Manager you will be responsible for assisting with the production of trailer axles and other fabricated components; including cutting, drilling, welding and some light painting and assembly work. The role requires high level of initiative, accuracy and attention to detail to ensure products are in line with specifications and at quality levels expected.
  
Benefits:

  • Flexible start and finish times
  • Monday-Friday – No Weekends
  • Quality tools of the trade, great facilities and new premises
  • Supportive, values driven leadership team

Duties:

  • Production processes in the manufacturing of trailer axles and other fabricated components
  • Steel cutting, drilling and welding; and other light painting and assembly work
  • Assisting with inbound goods and pre-assembly of components
  • General warehouse duties – pick and packing customer orders, organising delivery and updating systems.
  • Communicate effectively at all levels, including with clients and colleagues
  • Demonstrate high standards of quality and workmanship
  • Exercise workplace safety   

Skills and Experience:

  • Proven experience in Steel welding, cutting and drilling within a Manufacturing environment
  • Assembly work and ability to effectively operate a variety of power and hand tools
  • Some experience in general warehouse operations is desirable
  • An awareness of mechanical and engineering principles in steel production
  • Understanding of site safety requirements
  • Good customer service skills with a professional phone manner
  • Experience in using ERP systems or willingness to learn
  • Ability to work autonomously and as a team player
  • A conscientious, positive attitude and a desire to continuously excel; to learn and grow with the business
  • A good level of physical fitness

This is a “hands-on” role for someone with loads of initiative and willing to think outside the square to progress the company.  If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you!
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JSWH01

MCPC1.2-3673179

  • Monday to Friday – work & life balance
  • Full Time, immediate opportunity
  • Opportunity to put your innovative and analytical thinking into play!
  • Northern suburbs Melbourne

  
About the Employer
Our client is a well renowned building company that has been in the healthcare industry for more than 20 years. Based in Melbourne’s Northern Suburbs, they offer healthcare solutions to their clients, so they can enjoy a safer and more independent life.
  
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking a competent and experienced Project Co-ordinator to Coordinate disabled bathroom renovations. Facilitate and monitor project plans, schedules, procurement and ensuring project deadlines are met.  This would be a great opportunity for an individual with a trade background, who is looking to step back from site presence and move into an office-based role.
  

Benefits:

  • Job satisfaction of being able to help people in need
  • Career advancement a definite for the right person
  • Office-based role
  • Job variety every day
  • Northern suburbs Melbourne

  
Duties:

  • Building client relationships and liaising with clients, providing confident, credible customer service
  • Planning, scheduling resources and requesting materials to optimise service and profitability
  • Maintaining and monitoring project plans, schedules and expenditure
  • Assess project risks and provide solutions
  • Develop project management calendar to track and report on goals and objectives
  • Attending to quote requests and processing confirmed orders
  • Completing documentation and data entry promptly and accurately
  • Contributing to a culture of continuous improvement.

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in project management/co-ordinator role
  • Experiencing managing small domestic projects (range $5000 – $50,000) and managing trades
  • Background in building & construction highly regarded, however not essential
  • Down to earth and professional demeanour, with the ability to build rapport with fellow team members, suppliers, contractors, customers and all other stakeholders
  • An ability to think on your feet, provide solutions in a short time frame and strong attention to detail
  • Outstanding prioritisation, time management and organisation skills,  with the ability meet deadlines
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills, including a professional phone manner
  • MS Office skills, proficient with Excel
  • A desire to operate in an office-based role

  
If you are a person who enjoys a fast-paced role, is committed and dedicated to achieving success, then don’t miss this opportunity to work with an industry leader. Apply now!

  
Please forward your cover letter and resume in WORD format.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCPC1.2

LCMD01-3671652

 

About the Employer
  
They deliver state of the art, energy efficient solutions, creating happier, healthier environments at a price that reflects the engineering and efficiency of their systems. Established for 40 years their focus is connecting with people who appreciate healthy, fresh air in the places where the work, live, learn and play.  They strive to exceed customer expectations by delivering energy efficient solutions (equipment) that brings fresh air indoors. They value teamwork, loyalty and commitment to continuous improvement.
  
About the role
  
Manage the engineering team, engineering processes and liaise closely with Sales and Production to ensure smooth and on time planning and delivery. Be a key communication link between the Sales Team and the Planning/Production Teams. Create and coordinate design concepts and R&D projects. This role is for you if you are happy to be hands on, practical minded and able to devise solutions for production processes. If you are analytical, resourceful, self-motivated, energetic and persistent with attention to detail then this position is perfect for you.
  
  
Benefits  

  • Happy family friendly culture
  • Free onsite parking
  • They value hard work and integrity
  • They offer excellent working conditions
  • They support work life balance
  • Respectful conservative culture
  • Secure employment

  
Duties  

  • Manage the engineering team, engineering processes and liaise closely with Sales and Production
  • Be a key communication link between the Sales Team and the Planning/Production Teams
  • Coordinate the Engineering team to support sales with design concepts
  • Liaise with the Planning and Production teams to make their role seamless
  • Manage R&D projects

  
  Skills and Experience

  • 3 – 5 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Within the HVAC industry
  • Specific experience as technical/design engineer
  • Previous experience supervising a small team
  • Possesses a strong capability in technical and engineering concepts and design. (Mechanical and Electrical)
  • Experience with CAD design and drawings

  
  
Please forward a cover letter addressing the above requirements and a recent resume.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: eg LCMD01

MCPC1-3670053

  • Monday to Friday – work & life balance
  • Full Time, immediate opportunity
  • Opportunity to put your innovative and analytical thinking into play!
  • Northern suburbs Melbourne

  
About the Employer
Our client is a well renowned building company that has been in the healthcare industry for more than 20 years. Based in Melbourne’s Northern Suburbs, they offer healthcare solutions to their clients, so they can enjoy a safer and more independent life.
  
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking a competent and experienced Project Co-ordinator to Coordinate disabled bathroom renovations. Facilitate and monitor project plans, schedules, procurement and ensuring project deadlines are met.  This would be a great opportunity for an individual with a trade background, who is looking to step back from site presence and move into an office-based role.
  

Benefits:

  • Job satisfaction of being able to help people in need
  • Career advancement a definite for the right person
  • Office-based role
  • Job variety every day
  • Northern suburbs Melbourne

  
Duties:

  • Building client relationships and liaising with clients, providing confident, credible customer service
  • Planning, scheduling resources and requesting materials to optimise service and profitability
  • Maintaining and monitoring project plans, schedules and expenditure
  • Assess project risks and provide solutions
  • Develop project management calendar to track and report on goals and objectives
  • Attending to quote requests and processing confirmed orders
  • Completing documentation and data entry promptly and accurately
  • Contributing to a culture of continuous improvement.

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in project management/co-ordinator role
  • Experiencing managing small domestic projects (range $5000 – $50,000) and managing trades
  • Background in building & construction highly regarded, however not essential
  • Down to earth and professional demeanour, with the ability to build rapport with fellow team members, suppliers, contractors, customers and all other stakeholders
  • An ability to think on your feet, provide solutions in a short time frame and strong attention to detail
  • Outstanding prioritisation, time management and organisation skills,  with the ability meet deadlines
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills, including a professional phone manner
  • MS Office skills, proficient with Excel
  • A desire to operate in an office-based role

  
If you are a person who enjoys a fast-paced role, is committed and dedicated to achieving success, then don’t miss this opportunity to work with an industry leader. Apply now!

  
Please forward your cover letter and resume in WORD format.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCPC1

MCPC1.1-3671271

  • Monday to Friday – work & life balance
  • Full Time, immediate opportunity
  • Opportunity to put your innovative and analytical thinking into play!
  • Northern suburbs Melbourne

  
About the Employer
Our client is a well renowned building company that has been in the healthcare industry for more than 20 years. Based in Melbourne’s Northern Suburbs, they offer healthcare solutions to their clients, so they can enjoy a safer and more independent life.
  
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking a competent and experienced Project Co-ordinator to Coordinate disabled bathroom renovations. Facilitate and monitor project plans, schedules, procurement and ensuring project deadlines are met.  This would be a great opportunity for an individual with a trade background, who is looking to step back from site presence and move into an office-based role.
  

Benefits:

  • Job satisfaction of being able to help people in need
  • Career advancement a definite for the right person
  • Office-based role
  • Job variety every day
  • Northern suburbs Melbourne

  
Duties:

  • Building client relationships and liaising with clients, providing confident, credible customer service
  • Planning, scheduling resources and requesting materials to optimise service and profitability
  • Maintaining and monitoring project plans, schedules and expenditure
  • Assess project risks and provide solutions
  • Develop project management calendar to track and report on goals and objectives
  • Attending to quote requests and processing confirmed orders
  • Completing documentation and data entry promptly and accurately
  • Contributing to a culture of continuous improvement.

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in project management/co-ordinator role
  • Experiencing managing small domestic projects (range $5000 – $50,000) and managing trades
  • Background in building & construction highly regarded, however not essential
  • Down to earth and professional demeanour, with the ability to build rapport with fellow team members, suppliers, contractors, customers and all other stakeholders
  • An ability to think on your feet, provide solutions in a short time frame and strong attention to detail
  • Outstanding prioritisation, time management and organisation skills,  with the ability meet deadlines
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills, including a professional phone manner
  • MS Office skills, proficient with Excel
  • A desire to operate in an office-based role

  
If you are a person who enjoys a fast-paced role, is committed and dedicated to achieving success, then don’t miss this opportunity to work with an industry leader. Apply now!

  
Please forward your cover letter and resume in WORD format.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCPC1.1

MCAS1-3669749

  • Full-time position offering an immediate start
  • Great remuneration
  • Previous experience working in a Warehouse, Building or Trades Industries, preferred
  • Based in Melbourne’s Northern Suburbs

  
About the Employer
Our client is a small family owned business that has been in the healthcare industry for more than 20 years. Based in Melbourne’s Northern Suburbs, they offer healthcare solutions to their clients, so they can enjoy a safer and more independent life.
  

About the Role:
Our client is seeking an excellent Administration Support / Receptionist to join their vibrant team. The role is responsible for responding to general enquiries via phone and email, data entry, processing orders and assisting the sales administrator. The successful applicant needs to have administration experience as well as confident computer and Microsoft Office skills. They will also need strong attention to detail, pleasant phone manner and a positive can-do attitude.
  

Benefits:

  • Full-time position offering an immediate start
  • Ongoing secure work, with long term career prospects
  • Seen and valued as a team member
  • Great working environment and culture
  • Based in Melbourne’s Northern Suburbs

  
Duties:

  • Answer phone calls, taking messages, directing calls or manage appropriately
  • Manager emails, upload all job orders, approvals and quote request
  • Collate client information, specifications and bookings
  • Apply appropriate job status to job and forward to appropriate assessor
  • Collecting and delivering mail
  • Chase outstanding invoices every week and send debtors
  • Collect payments and deposits via Credit Card
  • General office duties including use of Microsoft Excel and Word
  • General office cleanliness and maintenance

  
Skills and Experience:

  • 1-2 years’ experience in a similar role or desire to learn and grow
  • Previous experience working in a Warehouse, Building or Trades Industries
  • Excellent telephone manner, well presented, enthusiastic and reliable
  • Previous experience in processing orders, quoting and data entry
  • MS Office skills, including Aroflo and Xero
  • Strong problem-solving skills with high attention to detail
  • Proven experience adapting to change
  • Ability to work under pressure and adapt to various tasks
  • Top notch organisational skills
  • Excellent telephone manner, well presented, enthusiastic and reliable
  • A positive attitude with high levels of initiative

Please forward your cover letter and resume in WORD format.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCAS1