VVK10901-3910309

Warehouse Team Leader

  • Loads of employee benefits
  • Full-time role – Mon to Fri
  • Flexible hours (choice is yours)
  • Richlands Industrial area
  • Family friendly workplace culture

  
About the Employer
Even the boss rolls his sleeves up and drives the forklifts and sweeps the floors.  You will not be just a number in this Transport/Logistics business.  Our client prides themselves on knowing each and every one of their team members, and a little bit about their families.  They show their appreciation on a regular basis and that is why their staff stay long term. 

About the Role
You will be their first Warehouse Team Leader.  You will have previous experience in a similar role, leading small teams.   You need to be confident of your leadership abilities.  There is no stock control in this role, but having that know how will be beneficial when the Stock Controller is on leave.

Benefits

  • 3 monthly reviews
  • Flexible hours
  • Family/friendly work culture
  • Fuel Card/Gift Cards
  • Paid social events (Origin, Winter Nats….)
  • Polo shirts provided
  • PPE supplied

     
Skills and Experience

  • Previous experience in a similar role
  • Strong leadership abilities
  • Understanding of Warehouse software packages
  • Understanding of OH & S policies & procedures
  • LO/LF Forklift ticket
  • Covid vaccination is mandatory for this role
  • Australian Citizen and/or PR 

   
  
  

Please note all applications will be viewed. 
Only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

  
Job ID:  VVK10901/1.0
 

CR10799/2.0-3909110

Are you ready to be part of an organisation who is passionate about results, people, progress, and profit? Are you ready to work with a leader who is pioneering and leading the business world with innovation, creativity, passion, and a legacy of greatness? Would you like to join an information technology innovator in the Cloud Services arena represented in Australia, Asia and the USA. Providing world class advisory and consulting services around Cloud and Digital Workplace Transformation, with a focus on Microsoft Cloud technologies.
As a multi-award winning company, we strive on its rock star culture of work-hard/play-hard team members who consistently punch above their weight and is looking for an ambitious consultant to join them in supporting their growing customer base.

  
Established its cloud hosting division in 1999 with a focus on making business easier by delivering great Cloud Services with a very strong focus on Microsoft technologies, all to small and medium enterprises. Working with a lively workforce from a diverse range of backgrounds and generations, we offer a private cloud hosting service to their clients and aim to be at the forefront of the industry.
  
In 2018, we launched our consulting division and now with a proven track record among their broad blue chip customer base, we’re seeking for the right and hungry members who want to grow as we grow and make an impact for our clients.
  
As part of this role, you will also be reporting to the founder and have regular coaching and guidance with regards to your personal development.
  
  
What we are looking for?
  
Are you experienced in designing and delivering solutions to a vast customer segment using cloud services? Be part of an integral team to provision and support our customer base with an agile and dynamic organisation.
  
Reporting to the Consulting lead and working closely with the business and various project teams to drive revenue, this multifaceted role will see you deliver against a range of IT requirements. With a solid understanding of the concepts of cloud services, you’ll be enthusiastic about developing your knowledge. Using your technical knowledge and ability in Microsoft Office 365 and Azure, you will be responsible for consulting on service solutions as well as supporting clients during and post on-boarding. Using your interpersonal and time-management skills, you will need to be a strong communicator and be responsible to work both on-site at customer premises as well as possess the ability to work autonomously. You will also be looked upon to manage the escalation of any support request in efficient and effective manner remotely for customers and may require on-site for local customers.
  
The Microsoft Cloud Consultant is a full-time opportunity where candidates are responsible for the implementation and migration within Office 365 and Azure, with special focus on Identity and Access Management and other cyber-security related aspects. A successful candidate for this position will be able to demonstrate consistent experience networking and technical skills, and exhibit strong project management and communication skills.
  
  
Responsibilities include;-

  • Providing technical pre-sales support across accounts. This involves dealing with different type of business opportunities, and working with Solution Architects for designing, and validating solution design for these opportunities;
  • Consulting on service solutions as well as supporting clients during and post on-boarding;
  • Implementation and migration of various Cloud and associated services;
  • Implementation and complex customisation of services on Azure cloud;
  • Identifying revenue opportunities for a team based approach to solidify wins;
  • Managing the escalation of any support request in an efficient and effective manner for customers and local on-site.

What about you?
  
A motivated person who is determined to become an A-Grade Player – industry rock star, and able and willing to punch above their weight and is keen to learn the specifics of our culture as well as our customers’ enterprise technology. You’ll bring a passionate and committed personality to the role as well as the skills and knowledge to perform. A solution thinker, you’ll thrive in a problem solving environment and your support centric approach will lead you to tailor the outcomes to the specific needs of your clients. With exceptional communication skills, you’ll be able to translate technical language into easy to understand messages for your end users

  
Job ID:
CR10799/2.0

NC10811/1.0-3907807

  • Attractive salary for the right candidate
  • Flexible working arrangements with WFH option
  • Very supportive team and workplace culture  

  
About the Employer
This innovative family-owned company delivering commercial and residential development projects throughout South East Queensland.
  
About the Role
You will be responsible for managing new and upcoming residential and commercial projects, job forecasting, assisting with estimating, as well as organising and collating Form 16’s and all Certifications for plan sealing.
The role requires a high level of competency in interpreting construction and engineering plans and specifications, proactive thinking skills, a high attention to detail and understanding of project forecasting and budget cost control.

Benefits:

  • Enjoy working in a close knit team
  • Great salary based on experience
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Opportunity for career progression

  
Duties:

  • Preparing contracts, scopes, lettings and procurement schedules
  • Job forecasting and cost management
  • Administering RFI’s to clients, architects, and consultants
  • Processing progress claims, variations and invoices

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Contracts administrator experience of at least 2 years
  • Residential and commercial construction experience
  • Proficiency with Xero accounting software
  • Must live within close proximity to Brisbane

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

JOB ID: NC10811/1.0

RFRCQ01.1-3905156

  • Part-time flexible role suitable for Recruiters seeking additional income or part time contracting working exclusively from home
  • Weekly retainer paid for new campaigns commenced, plus placement and other bonuses!
  • Genuine work-life balance opportunity
  • No sales pressure

About The Recruitment Alternative
The Recruitment Alternative is one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading, permanent recruitment agencies working mainly in the small business sector. Established for over 16 years we provide affordable recruitment solutions coupled with exceptionally high standards of service. We are an award-winning agency and our staff enjoys the rewards of a truly modern and innovative business structure.    
 

About the role
This is a unique opportunity for an experienced Recruitment Consultant to join our team working as an independent contractor (you will be required to have an ABN). Working on permanent recruitment across a warm desk of clients you will be working with SMEs throughout Australia as a generalist recruiter. 

As a seasoned Recruitment Consultant you will be comfortable managing high volume and juggling multiple campaigns without compromise to quality.  You can expect to be allocated up to 3 campaigns each week which equates to approx. 20-25 hours per week. 

Benefits:

  • Remote working from the comfort of your own home office
  • Extensive training and ongoing support
  • Attractive commission structure – your income is driven by your success 
  • Flexible role to supplement other income

  
Key responsibilities will include:

  • Providing high-quality professional recruitment services to suit each client’s specific requirements
  • Management of client relationships
  • Compiling job briefs
  • Creating targeted, advertising, and launching the ad across various online platforms
  • Telephone interviewing candidates 
  • Minor administration tasks
  • Attend training when required

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

  • A solid history of work in permanent agency recruitment and managing multiple campaigns
  • Highly organized and able to complete campaigns quickly
  • Excellent capacity to build great professional relationships
  • Adaptability, flexibility, and the ability to manage multiple and competing deadlines
  • High-level communication skills both written and verbal
  • Experience in the use of computer systems and web-based technologies – JobAdder would be beneficial
  • A home office, computer, and reliable internet connection

RFRCQ01.1

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

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
 

LB10379/3.0-3897678


CNC Machinist
  
  • Fast paced and collaborative team environment
  • Variety of work
  • Permanent full time role with above average rates

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:

  • Highly successful Gold Coast business
  • 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 3 years’ experience as a machinist
  • Have 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: LB10379/3.0