NPSSE02-3661288

Senior Systems Engineer

• Competitive remuneration
• Small – Medium Managed Service Provider
• Exposure to different technologies and clients

About the Employer:
Our client is a small to medium Managed Service Provider based near Sydney CDB. Their goal is to deliver efficient and effective first level technical support to all clients.

About the Role:
Our client is seeking an experienced Senior Systems Engineer to join their team. You will be responsible to manage projects, consult with customers and provide hands-on technical skills across a wide range of technologies.

Benefits:

  • Competitive remuneration
  • Exposure to different technologies & clients
  • Long term career opportunity
  • Onsite carparking

Duties:

  • Provide support to the service desk team for complex technical issues
  • Infrastructure implementation, support and troubleshooting 
  • Project work
  • Adept at working with the myriad of technologies that make up the IT infrastructure including Servers (both hardware and software), storage platforms, network infrastructure, security & firewalls. Must be willing to rapidly (often on the fly) learn new technologies and components.
  • Project management 
  • Technical account management 

Skills and Experience:
• Previous experience in a Senior Systems Engineer / Level 3 Engineer role
• Knowledge or skills in security solutions
• Have experience with Cloud infrastructure and customer migrations – Preferably Certification for Azure and/or AWS
• Have experience with network design, implementation and support 
• A strong customer service focus with a professional approach
• A team player with a can-do attitude, lots of energy and initiative with a strong work ethic
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written & verbal)
• Current driver’s licence and own vehicle

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: NPSSE02

RMC01-3660816

  • CBD Location
  • Part-time job-share position  
  • 4 days per week, Monday to Thursday flexible
  • Great remuneration

About the company 
Our client is a successful, long established and reputable Chartered Accountant firm with more than 50 years’ experience in the industry. They provide a comprehensive range of services across the broad accounting and financial spectrum. Helping businesses navigate and chart the complex waters of business for many years.  They pride themselves on forging highly personal relationships with their clients and investing time in understanding each client’s individual circumstances.  

About the Role:
Our client is seeking an experienced Receptionist / Administration & Office Support to join the team. The successful candidate will be the first point of contact for phone, email and face to face enquiries. 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:

  • Great CBD location
  • Small friendly team, professional working environment
  • Part-time job-share position – 4 days per week
  • Great working environment and culture
  • Ongoing secure work, 

 
Duties:

  • Greeting clients at reception
  • Control incoming phone calls from clients, suppliers and others and direct to the responsible staff member
  • Typing of general correspondence using MYOB Document Manager and preparation of client invoices using MYOB Accountant’s Enterprise (training provided, however, experience with these processes will be highly regarded
  • Monitoring / screening / distributing incoming emails
  • Assist with screening / scanning / distributing of incoming mail
  • Some (minimal) filing and faxing of documents
  • Checking supplier invoices to confirm goods delivered / services provided
  • Provide holiday/sick cover for other Admin staff if necessary
  • Conducting online ASIC searches (training provided)
  • Assist other Admin staff as and when required

 
Skills and Experience:

  • Proven experience in a similar role or desire to learn and grow
  • MS Office skills – word and excel
  • Strong written & oral communication skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and adapt to various tasks
  • Top notch organisational skills
  • Well presented, enthusiastic and reliable
  • A positive attitude with high levels of initiative
  • Experience in MYOB will be highly regarded

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: RMC01

LBWTS5.3-3659113

  • Work for a market leader with a great culture
  • Responsible for diagnostic, fault finding and repairs
  • Attractive salary package, including Uniforms, PPE, Laundry & Regular OT

About the Employer
Established in 1945, our Client supplies world leading Construction Equipment brands through sales and hire of their equipment throughout four countries in the World.  Today, every division within the Group supports the core business, and this clear focus is a key to the Group’s continuing success. In addition to selling world-leading brands of new & used Construction Equipment, they also have a comprehensive after-sales divisions for servicing and parts.
  
About the Role:
Our Client is now seeking an experienced, results driven Workshop Technician, who is passionate about providing a high level of quality work. You will be responsible for liaising with internal and external Customers and providing solutions to customer issues on machines that are in the workshop.   This role plays an integral part in the After Sales Department, where you will be responsible for customer satisfaction and ensuring all repairs, servicing and diagnostic assistance is undertaken in a timely manner.
  
Benefits:

  • New modern workshop with excellent facilities
  • Training and development available with accredited OEM training programmes
  • Opportunity for regular overtime
  • Work closely and be mentored by an experienced management team
  • Company that promotes “safety first” culture
  • Opportunity to work on new modern technology/equipment and on used equipment

Duties:

  • Provide servicing and repair capabilities in the workshop
  • Diagnosis of customer issues over the phone where needed
  • Provide accurate reports on workshop work carried out
  • Provide relevant photos and reports to conform with warranty expectations
  • Maintain customer relations
  • Maintain a professional personal appearance
  • Maintain workshop cleanliness
  • Fault-finding
  • Use of Diagnostic Tooling
  • Parts Ordering
  • Adhere to and drive the Company Safety Culture

Skills & Experience:

  • Trade Certificate in Heavy Vehicle Mechanics, Earthmoving and Industrial (or Equivalent)
  • Minimum of 3 years post trade experience
  • Understanding of Electric over Hydraulic Systems
  • Sound communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong work ethic and willingness to learn
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Can work in a team and autonomously
  • Varied skill set and open to working on a variety of equipment
  • MR/HR Truck licence preferable

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBWTS5.3

JRMR3.01-3659889

  • Be the face of this practice
  • Great location- parking provided
  • 7.30am – 4.00pm Wednesday & Thursday
  • 7.30am- 2.00pm Friday

About the Employer
Our client is a private Paediatric practice in Burwood. Our clients are specialist doctors that also work at the Sydney Children’s Hospital and Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. A well established and respected practice dealing with children and families of all ages. Recognising the need for an innovative practice management platform that could be accessed from multiple locations to support him and his team in delivering efficient, patient focused care.

About the Role:
Be the anchor and face of the practice, manning the front desk and greeting patients and their families, all while answering phone calls and scheduling appointments. The role requires a mature approach and a high standard of communication and administration work.

  
Benefits:

  • Make this role your very own – anchor of the practice
  • Salary to match your experience
  • Great supportive team
  • Start early and finish early and even earlier on Friday

  
Duties:

  • Meeting and greeting patients – families and children
  • Answering incoming calls 
  • Scheduling and confirming appointments 
  • Data entry of patient information using excel and software packages
  • Typing of correspondence 
  • Processing of accounts 
  • Ordering stock and medical supplies
  • General office administration duties

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Excellent people skills including enjoying being near children. This is not a job for someone who does not enjoy interacting with clients especially children of all ages
  • Strong communication skills especially phone manner
  • Ability to communicate with and relate to people from all walks of life and with different cultural backgrounds. 
  • Excellent telephone and interpersonal skills.
  • Have excellent computer skills with accurate typing and data entry ability
  • Have strong organisational and time management skills
  • A flexible, adaptable and willing attitude with the ability to work in a team environment.  
  • Well spoken, well presented and well mannered

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • 6 months – 2 years experience within a medical practice in the capacity of medical receptionist
  • Client resolution/service exposure
  • Familiarity with medical practice software OR the willingness to learn

  
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JRMR3.01
 

JRMR4.01-3659886

  • Be the face of this practice
  • Great location- parking provided
  • 7.30am – 4.00pm Monday to Thursday

About the Employer
Our client is a private Paediatric practice in Burwood. Our clients are specialist doctors that also work at the Sydney Children’s Hospital and Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. A well established and respected practice dealing with children and families of all ages. Recognising the need for an innovative practice management platform that could be accessed from multiple locations to support him and his team in delivering efficient, patient focused care.

About the Role:
Be the anchor and face of the practice, manning the front desk and greeting patients and their families, all while answering phone calls and scheduling appointments. The role requires a mature approach and a high standard of communication and administration work.

  
Benefits:

  • Make this role your very own – anchor of the practice
  • Salary to match your experience
  • Great supportive team
  • Start early and finish early and even earlier on Friday

  
Duties:

  • Meeting and greeting patients – families and children
  • Answering incoming calls 
  • Scheduling and confirming appointments 
  • Data entry of patient information using excel and software packages
  • Typing of correspondence 
  • Processing of accounts 
  • Ordering stock and medical supplies
  • General office administration duties

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Excellent people skills including enjoying being near children. This is not a job for someone who does not enjoy interacting with clients especially children of all ages
  • Strong communication skills especially phone manner
  • Ability to communicate with and relate to people from all walks of life and with different cultural backgrounds. 
  • Excellent telephone and interpersonal skills.
  • Have excellent computer skills with accurate typing and data entry ability
  • Have strong organisational and time management skills
  • A flexible, adaptable and willing attitude with the ability to work in a team environment.  
  • Well spoken, well presented and well mannered

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • 6 months – 2 years experience within a medical practice in the capacity of medical receptionist
  • Client resolution/service exposure
  • Familiarity with medical practice software OR the willingness to learn

  
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JRMR4.01
 

JSWA01.4-3659890

  

Wheel Aligner
  • Modern, well maintained Equipment
  • Non Hierarchical organisation structure
  • Family owned Australian business

About the Employer
  
Our client is a family owned tyre store that has been devoted to providing 4WD tyres, wheel alignments, brakes, suspension upgrades & replacements as well as vehicle servicing and maintenance for over 50 years! They offer a stable workplace within a small friendly team of ten.  Due to business growth they are now seeking a Wheel Aligner to join their close-knit team that is committed to providing the very best service.  
  
About the Role:
Our ideal candidate will be someone who is mechanically minded with initiative and drive to  demonstrate their previous experience as a Wheel Aligner.  You will be working with modern diagnostic machinery that requires some technical knowledge or intuition.  You will be a team player who enjoys being part of a  positive close-knit team to deliver exceptional workmanship to the end customer.
  
Benefits:

  • A “One Team” culture
  • Expanding, stable business
  • Centrally located workshop– close to Train station and Bus route
  • Very supportive management team

Duties:

  • Complete Wheel aligning
  • Diagnose and report alignment issues
  • Measure, adjust toe angle, camber and castor angles
  • Road test vehicles for various issues associated with wheel alignment
  • Customer service as and when required  

Skills and Experience:

  • Previous experience in Wheel Alignment is essential
  • A sound knowledge of vehicle suspension
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Display ability to problem solve and prioritise
  • Excellent organisational skills and able to complete tasks within specified timeframes
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and within a team
  • Honesty and integrity
  • A current manual driver’s license

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JSWA01.4

JBC01-3659124

Carpenter – Subcontractor
  • Excellent $$$
  • Amazing Company Culture
  • Perfect Work / Life Balance

  
About the Employer
Our client is a family owned and operated residential renovation company whose office is based in Sydney’s inner west. They specialise in luxury home and apartment renovations, extensions and custom builds and have a reputation as one of the most sought-after boutique building companies in Sydney.
  
About the Role:
Due to expansion, our client is looking for a qualified carpenter experienced in high end finishes for full time subcontracting work consisting of a great hourly rate plus super, awesome team & great work life balance.
  
Benefits:

  • Guaranteed workload
  • Great remuneration fitting to your experience
  • Professional and dynamic team
  • Working for a company who gives monthly medical support to rescued animals

Duties:

  • Responsible for delivering high end quality workmanship
  • Be prepared to jump in and help out other team mates around site when needed
  • Excellent time management and communication skills

Skills and Experience:
To be considered for this position you will require the following:

  • Certificate III in Carpentry
  • At least 3 years’ experience in carpentry post trade
  • White Card
  • MUST have own vehicle and tools
  • Great “CAN DO” attitude, an eye for detail and be able to work in a team
  • Have a high personal regard for work place safety for yourself and others working around you
  • Have a strong, professional work ethic with reliability and commitment
If this position sounds like you then APPLY NOW do not miss out on this opportunity.  Forward your Cover Letter and an up-to date copy of your CV

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

  
Job ID: JBC01

JBSA01-3658916

  • Competitive Salary
  • Own the job and make it your own!
  • Full time position with flexibility

  
About the Employer

Our client has been offering tailored and customer focused property management and portfolio services to a diverse local and international client base. They have a reputation for excellence and an ability to deliver outstanding service in real estate development, residential sales, project marketing as well as commercial & residential rental management. 
With over twenty years in the industry, they have a proven track record and pride themselves on delivering a stress-free experience to their clients from day one.

  
  
About the Role:

As the Sales Administrator, you will be a self-starter with a passion for organising, negotiating, and providing a high level of customer service.  You will have the opportunity to develop and promote properties on social media, creating sales brochures, and liaising with property developers, clients and customers.  With some experience working in a Real Estate office, you will have the opportunity to further grow your skills in this role.

Benefits:

  • Supportive work environment
  • Competitive salary
  • Training and improvement work culture
  • Opportunity for growth

Duties:                                                        

  • Coordinating and assisting in the contractual real estate sales processes
  • Liaising with stakeholders including customers, agents, property developers and legal teams
  • Maintaining and setting up display suites
  • Promoting projects in social media, websites and print
  • Creating property brochures
  • Reception duties

Skills and Experience:

  • Strong verbal and written skills
  • Fantastic attitude
  • Good Microsoft Office package
  • Strong organisational skills
  • TAFE certificate in relevant field
  • Australian resident or Permanent Resident

  
Please forward your cover letter and resume
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JBSA01