SFCSO01-3700887

  • Fantastic development opportunity 
  • Full training and mentoring provided. 
  • Great team culture and supportive management 

About the Employer
  
Our client is comprised of passionate, reliable, and local individuals with a long-established business culture of customer-first thinking. They aim to serve their customers’ needs of today within a constantly evolving technological environment.  Their mission is to simplify the Auto Part shopping experience.
  
About the Role:
  
This role is responsible for taking phone calls, answering emails, customer service, sales, marketing and interpreting parts and a wide range of administrative tasks.
  
Benefits: 

  •  Fast growing company
  • Dynamic environment
  • Personal and professional development opportunities
  • Regular salary reviews based on performance

Skills and Experience:  

  • Previous automotive parts experience would be highly regarded, but is not essential
  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience in a similar role
  • A positive attitude
  • Dependable and reliable
  • Able to work as part of a team
  • Highly developed interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Highly developed computer literacy and administration skills 
  • A positive attitude and is both dependable and reliable. 
  • High attention to detail
  • Must have fluent English speaking skills.

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: SFCSO01
 

SFEC01-3698196

  • Cutting edge employer
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Competitive salary package

  
About the Employer
  
Our client is one of Australia’s most eminent environmental, ecological, and natural hazard consulting firms. They undertake environmental impact assessments and audits for a wide variety of projects and facilities and carry out ecological assessment and prepare plans of management for international and national organizations from Private Sector to State and Local Government organisations.
  
About the Role:
  
This is a role for a First Class Honours graduate in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science or Natural Resource Management.  The successful applicant will provide support on a diversity of environmental and natural hazards projects and publications. 
  
Benefits:

  • Variety of work
  • Cutting edge projects
  • Great place to work
  • Do what you do best!

Duties:

  • Research and writing
  • Data analysis and presentation
  • Environmental auditing documentation
  • Spatial analysis and mapping
  • Community and stakeholder engagement
  • Assistance in preparing fee proposals and marketing materials

Skills and Experience:

  • Essential – First class honours degree in environmental engineering, environmental science or natural resource management or relevant.
  • Plus up to two years’ experience (Recent graduates are encouraged to apply).
  • Excellent analytical and organisational skills.
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated strong MS Office skills, particularly Word and Excel.
  • GIS skills.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

We thank all applicants for your interest in this opportunity; please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

JBPP02-3696057

NDIS Behaviour Support Practioner

Social Worker/Occupational Therapist/Physiotherapist

  • Competitive Salary and Benefits
  • Flexible hours in a Full Time position
  • Supportive work environment and career path

  
About the Employer

Our client is a boutique Specialist Behaviour Support service based in Paramatta. A well established and respected NDIS Support provider practice providing Home Visits, Quality Assessments and Positive Behaviour Support. Recognising the need for everyone to feel welcome and receive the care they deserve; their services are home based.  There is a focus on professional development and ensuring your success through a commitment to open communication and an inclusive work culture.

  
About the Role:

As a Support Practioner, you will be supported to provide in home and community based therapeutic services to clients and families in line with their NDIS plans.  You will enjoy working for an organisation who is committed to your professional development and working with a high-quality clinical team providing professional consultations to people living with a disability. 

You will assess, design and deliver positive behaviour support plans to NDIS participants in the clinic, their home or other locations as requested.  You will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of clients.  Does this sound interesting to you?  Apply now for a discussion about the role.

  
Benefits:

  • Professional and supportive work environment
  • Competitive Salary
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Flexible hours, home based service.

  
Duties:

  • Providing assessments of NDIS participants whether be in the clinic, home, or other locations
  • Provide positive behaviour support
  • High quality report writing
  • Case management.

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Relevant Masters/Tertiary Qualifications
  • Membership to AHPRA or relevant membership body
  • Well-developed critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Demonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skills
  • Genuine interest in working with individuals with a disability and their families and carers
  • Current drivers license 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: JBPP02

NPSPS02-3694732

     

Storeperson
  • Join a friendly, open and supportive team and win together
  • Great benefits, wellbeing and career opportunities
  • Very busy environment with no day being the same
  • Fulltime employment – no weekends!

  
About the Employer:
Our client is a well-established family owned and operated wholesale distribution business based in the major cities of Australia. They are well known for supporting local business both small and large and providing tailored business solutions to assist their customers.
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking an experienced and reliable Storeperson to record incoming and outgoing stock transactions accurately and efficiently. You will have previously worked in a fast-paced FMCG warehouse environment.
  
Benefits:

  • Great remuneration package on offer
  • Friendly, open and supportive culture
  • Very busy environment and with no day being the same
  • Career progression available

  
Duties:

  • Invoicing using scan pack software to ensure correct products/quantities are invoiced
  • Prioritising orders, picking and prepare stock for shipment
  • Decide on and manage freight carriers in line with company procedures
  • Handling incoming deliveries and timely stock management
  • Fill out paperwork including packing slips

 
  
Skills and Experience:

  • Previous Stores and Forklift experience
  • Current Forklift Licence
  • Competent with computers – Experience with Pronto desirable
  • RF Gun scanner experience
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication

  
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: NPSPS02

LBFSTS032.1-3693989

  

  • Work for a market leader with a great culture
  • Responsible for diagnostic, fault finding and maintenance
  • Attractive salary package, company vehicle, regular OT opportunities & more

  
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 Field Service Technician, who is experienced in servicing mining and construction equipment and 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 machine faults within a timely manner.   This role plays an integral part in ensuring high levels of quality, safety, efficiency and customer service are provided by the Service Department at all times.
  
Benefits:

  • New modern workshop with excellent facilities
  • Training and development available with accredited OEM training programs
  • 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 field
  • Diagnosis of customer issues over the phone where needed
  • Provide accurate reports on field work carried out
  • Provide relevant photos and reports to conform with warranty expectations
  • Maintain customer relations
  • Maintain a professional personal appearance
  • Breakdowns
  • Fault-finding
  • Diagnostics
  • Adhere to and drive the Company Safety Culture

Skills and Experience:

  • Trade Certificate in Heavy Vehicle Mechanics, Earthmoving and Industrial (or Equivalent)
  • Minimum of 3 years post trade experience within the Earthmoving industry
  • Knowledge of Hydraulic, Pneumatic and Electrical Systems
  • Knowledge of Fault Diagnostics & Diagnostic Software
  • Sound communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Strong work ethic and willingness to learn
  • Ability to manage time and workloads
  • A “do it once and do it well” attitude
  • Can work in a team and autonomously
  • Varied skill set and open to working on a variety of equipment
  • OEM experience preferred, including working on excavators, wheel loaders and crushers
  • MR/HR Truck licence preferred

 
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBFSTS2.1
 

Job ID: LBWTS6.1-3693010

  • Work for a market leader with a great culture
  • Opportunity to learn and work on Mobile Plant Equipment
  • 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 seeking an experienced Diesel Mechanic, who is passionate about providing a high level of quality work and who is looking for an opportunity to work on mining and construction equipment. 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. 

Candidates with extensive Light Vehicle Trade experience may be considered for this role.
  
Benefits:

  • New modern workshop with excellent facilities
  • Opportunity to learn and work on Mobile Plant Equipment
  • 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
  • Minimal 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) preferable but not essential
  • Minimum of 3 years post trade experience
  • Understanding of Electric over Hydraulic Systems preferable
  • 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 but not essential

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBWTS6.1

SFEAC01-3691028

  • Cutting edge employer
  • Flexible work arrangements (Full-time or Part-time)
  • Competitive salary package

About the Employer
  
Our client is one of Australia’s most eminent environmental, ecological, and natural hazard consulting firms. They undertake environmental impact assessments and audits for a wide variety of projects and facilities and carry out ecological assessment and prepare plans of management for international and national organizations from Private Sector to State and Local Government organisations.
  
About the Role:
  
You will undertake field work, research, report writing, data analysis, presentations, and project management.
  
Benefits:

  • Variety of work
  • Cutting edge projects
  • Great place to work
  • Do what you do best! 

Duties:

  • Conducting Environmental Impact assessments under NSW and Commonwealth Environmental Legislation including the preparation of SEEs, REFs, PEAs and EISs
  • Undertaking environmental auditing
  • Community and stakeholder engagement
  • Preparing Fee proposals and marketing
  • Undertaking Business Development

Skills and Experience:  

  • Qualifications in Environmental Science, Town Planning or Engineering essential
  • At least 5 years’ experience in environmental impact assessments and approvals within a consulting environment
  • Thorough knowledge of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act and related legislation
  • Highly developed interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent analytical and organisational skills
  • Project management and budgeting skills
  • The ability to work autonomously, and as part of a team

  
We thank all applicants for your interest in this opportunity; please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  
Job ID: SFEAC01
 

SFNHA01-3691032

  • Cutting edge employer
  • Flexible work arrangements (Full-time or Part-time)
  • Competitive salary package

About the Employer
  
Our client is one of Australia’s most eminent Environmental, Ecological, and Natural Hazard Consulting firms. Their Natural Hazard consulting includes all aspects of floodplain management and bushfire planning as well as all hazard risk analysis and consulting.  They undertake environmental impact assessments and audits for a wide variety of projects and facilities and carry out ecological assessment and prepare plans of management for international and national organizations from Private Sector to State and Local Government organisations.
  
About the Role:
  
This role has been created due to new contracts and ongoing workload.  You will be responsible for undertaking spatial analysis, natural hazard investigations and report preparation.  You have an opportunity to make a significant contribution to cutting edge natural hazards projects both here and overseas.
  
Benefits:

  • Variety of work
  • Cutting edge projects
  • Great place to work
  • Fantastic development opportunity

Duties:

  • Spatial analysis using ESRI ArcGIS and QGIS to support natural hazard and environmental projects
  • Evacuation modelling
  • Flood emergency response planning
  • Assessment of risk from climate change and natural hazards, including; flooding, bushfire, tropical cyclone, earthquake, drought, storms, sea level rise and heatwave
  • Floodplain management and water resource projects
  • Environmental and community engagement projects
  • Fee proposal preparation and marketing
  • Community and stakeholder engagement
  • General administrative tasks

  
Skills and Experience:  

  • First class honours degree related to Natural Hazards Management; Civil or Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science or Natural Resource Management is essential
  • Demonstrated experience using GIS applications including ESRI and QGIS
  • Demonstrated strong MS Office skills, particularly Word and Excel
  • Highly developed interpersonal, written, and verbal communication
  • Be willing to step onto a steep learning curve
  • Be an innovative problem-solver
  • Ability to work autonomously, and as part of a team

  
We thank all applicants for your interest in this opportunity; please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  
Job ID: SFNHA01
 

NPSPS01-3692691

     

Storeperson
  • Join a friendly, open and supportive team and win together
  • Great benefits, wellbeing and career opportunities
  • Very busy environment with no day being the same
  • Fulltime employment – no weekends!

  
About the Employer:
Our client is a well-established family owned and operated wholesale distribution business based in the major cities of Australia. They are well known for supporting local business both small and large and providing tailored business solutions to assist their customers.
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking an experienced and reliable Storeperson to record incoming and outgoing stock transactions accurately and efficiently. You will have previously worked in a fast-paced FMCG warehouse environment.
  
Benefits:

  • Great remuneration package on offer
  • Friendly, open and supportive culture
  • Very busy environment and with no day being the same
  • Career progression available

  
Duties:

  • Invoicing using scan pack software to ensure correct products/quantities are invoiced
  • Prioritising orders, picking and prepare stock for shipment
  • Decide on and manage freight carriers in line with company procedures
  • Handling incoming deliveries and timely stock management
  • Fill out paperwork including packing slips

 
  
Skills and Experience:

  • Previous Stores and Forklift experience
  • Current Forklift Licence
  • Competent with computers – Experience with Pronto desirable
  • RF Gun scanner experience
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication

  
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: NPSPS01