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Stock Controller/Warehouse » Geelong, VIC - A current LF licence desired but not essential and previous experience in a similar Stock Controller role within logitics... applications from any background. Skills Stock Controller/Forklift Education Secondary School/High School... • Sat, 24 FebRandstad$37 per hour
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Hire Controller » Dandenong, Greater Dandenong - Hire Controller Dandenong Largest family-owned equipment hire company in ANZ and still growing Ongoing training & career development opportunities Collaborative Culture: Thrive on teamwork, tackle challenges, succeed together $80,465 salary package inc super profit share Our mission is to be the best hire company in the world. We don't want to be the biggest, we want to be the best. And by being the best, we are committed to sustainable growth and innovation for the benefit our customers, our people and Kennards Hire. And with over 90% of our people telling us they think Kennards Hire is a Great Place to Work, we think that's pretty awesome Some of the things our people have told us make Kennards Hire a Great Place to Work include: their team mates; the care and inclusiveness we show each other; that our people's safety is a priority; and how everyone works together to live our values. Not to mention the birthday and employee anniversary celebration cakes and BBQs About the role As the Kennards Hire representative to our customers, we support you with the training and development you need to be successful in your role. The Hire Controller will love dealing directly with our customers. They are responsible for providing outstanding customer service on the phone or in branch, coordinating hire contracts, and providing expert advice to our customers through their intimate knowledge of our range of equipment we hire. This role requires you to; Provide exceptional customer service at all times in accordance with our 'Every Customer a Raving Fan" value. Assist customers over the phone using the reservation prompt script at the front desk. Create, update and finalise hire schedules Co-ordinating customer hire contracts and branch administration Make recommendations about complementary equipment or products that will support the customer's needs Support the Branch team by unloading, loading, and delivering equipment, servicing and cleaning equipment, Maintain a good knowledge of our range of gear to help find the best solutions for our customers. Process payments in accordance with the creation, cycle billing and completion of hire schedules Opening and closing the branch as required Clean and maintain the branch showroom, yard and storage spaces About you Successful applicants have come from various backgrounds such as; Customer service, building & construction, hospitality, retail, driver, landscaping, trade & maintenance. Previous experience in a customer service role, and a genuine interest in helping others A proven ability to be adaptable to changing priorities and work conditions including the ability to both work as part of a team and to work autonomously to complete tasks within required timeframes Time management skills including the ability to plan ahead and reschedule in accordance with changes in priorities An interest in mechanics and construction equipment and a desire to learn Why join the family We are Australia and New Zealand's largest family-owned equipment hire company and our values are at the heart of everything we do; One Family, Fair Dinkum, Taking Hire Higher & Every Customer a Raving Fan. We offer great Benefits & Rewards such as; Extensive training and development throughout your career with us Career progression and internal transfer opportunities - across state and international borders Staff discount rates on our hire gear Access to our employee benefits program including discounts on insurance, eye care, travel and more Annual Awards night, Team BBQs and many other fun social events Simply hit the Apply button and we look forward to talking with you • Wed, 06 MarKennards Hire
Hire Controller » Karratha, Roebourne Area - Hire Controller Karratha Join us for extensive training and career growth opportunities Continuous Growth: Embrace learning, develop professionally, empower your career Enjoy staff discounts on hire gear and employee benefits $98,700 salary package inc super profit share allowances Our mission is to be the best hire company in the world. We don't want to be the biggest, we want to be the best. And by being the best, we are committed to sustainable growth and innovation for the benefit our customers, our people and Kennards Hire. And with over 90% of our people telling us they think Kennards Hire is a Great Place to Work, we think that's pretty awesome Some of the things our people have told us make Kennards Hire a Great Place to Work include: their team mates; the care and inclusiveness we show each other; that our people's safety is a priority; and how everyone works together to live our values. Not to mention the birthday and employee anniversary celebration cakes and BBQs About the role As the Kennards Hire representative to our customers, we support you with the training and development you need to be successful in your role. The Hire Controller will love dealing directly with our customers. They are responsible for providing outstanding customer service on the phone or in branch, coordinating hire contracts, and providing expert advice to our customers through their intimate knowledge of our range of equipment we hire. This role requires you to; Provide exceptional customer service at all times in accordance with our 'Every Customer a Raving Fan" value. Assist customers over the phone using the reservation prompt script at the front desk. Create, update and finalise hire schedules Co-ordinating customer hire contracts and branch administration Make recommendations about complementary equipment or products that will support the customer's needs Support the Branch team by unloading, loading, and delivering equipment, servicing and cleaning equipment, Maintain a good knowledge of our range of gear to help find the best solutions for our customers. Process payments in accordance with the creation, cycle billing and completion of hire schedules Opening and closing the branch as required Clean and maintain the branch showroom, yard and storage spaces About you Successful applicants have come from various backgrounds such as; Customer service, building & construction, hospitality, retail, driver, landscaping, trade & maintenance. Previous experience in a customer service role, and a genuine interest in helping others The availability to work Saturdays on a rotating roster A proven ability to be adaptable to changing priorities and work conditions including the ability to both work as part of a team and to work autonomously to complete tasks within required timeframes Time management skills including the ability to plan ahead and reschedule in accordance with changes in priorities An interest in mechanics and construction equipment and a desire to learn Why join the family We are Australia and New Zealand's largest family-owned equipment hire company and our values are at the heart of everything we do; One Family, Fair Dinkum, Taking Hire Higher & Every Customer a Raving Fan. We offer great Benefits & Rewards such as; Extensive training and development throughout your career with us Career progression and internal transfer opportunities - across state and international borders Staff discount rates on our hire gear Access to our employee benefits program including discounts on insurance, eye care, travel and more Annual Awards night, Team BBQs and many other fun social events Simply hit the Apply button and we look forward to talking with you • Wed, 06 MarKennards Hire
Traffic Controller » Phegans Bay, Gosford Area - Looking for experienced and reliable Traffic Controllers and Leaders (1 years experience) for 24 months of work based in Central Coast areas. Must have: Australian Drivers License White Card Traffic Controller ticket Implement Traffic Plans Ticket Team Leader Experience Willing to travel between Illawarra Locations Experience working with Civil and Directional Drill experience preferred although not essential. 5-day availability 30hrs. Please email your resume along with TC tickets to trafficaaggroup.com.au • Tue, 05 MarAAG Infrastructure
Maintenance Controller » St Leonards, Willoughby Area - · ASX 300 listed financial services organisation · Flexible & hybrid working arrangements · Sydney or Melbourne location Do you want to: · work in an organisation where 98% of all team members believe that their manager genuinely cares about their well-being and feels valued? · understand the strategic direction of your organisation and how your effort contributes to success? · work in an inclusive environment who is proudly a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality? · work for a climate Active CERTIFIED Carbon Neutral fleet management organisation? · be recognised and rewarded for your performance? · work for an organisation where ‘C-A-R-E’ are their values? · have career opportunities, a voice that’s heard, and a fast-paced, dynamic yet flexible working environment? If so, then FleetPartners might be the place for you. FleetPartners Group is an ASX 300 listed financial services, vehicle management, and employee benefits company. We support all types and sizes of businesses to acquire and effectively manage their vehicles, with over 93,000 vehicles currently under management. We also help everyday Australians to maximise their salary by administering employee benefit programs and help them to get into the car of their dreams. Who we’re looking for: The primary focus of a Maintenance Controller is to effectively and efficiently manage the maintenance programs of Eclipx customers/accounts. In particular the Maintenance Controller is to have a strong focus on cost control/cost reduction and reliability whilst providing excellent customer service. Ensuring maintenance is carried out in accordance with Eclipx service, repair and warranty guidelines without compromise to safety. What you’ll be doing: Lead key customer/key account Maintenance programs Deliver outstanding customer service outcomes to all stakeholders Complete and provide key customers reporting as needed Reconciliation of issued work authorities Delivery of Maintenance Services as outlined in Maintenance policy/procedures Provide authorisation and management of repairs and maintenance to ensure the vehicle is returned to operational in the quickest and most cost-effective timeframe possible Product Diagnostics in collaboration with suppliers Provide expertise as a Maintenance SME for Commercial vehicles Maintain Data Integrity within the ERP by ensuring all maintenance coding is completed in accordance with policy Manage Maintenance Inclusions/Exclusions ensuring customers are informed of charges Maintain good relationships and communicate with key Account Managers Collaborate and participate in team activities to improve the delivery of services Provide support to the business by participating in initiatives and projects as required Other duties as required Requirements Essential Trade qualified in motor mechanics or similar Moderate to advanced computer skills specifically in excel Excel – moderate to advanced Problem solving skills Highly analytical - analysing information Build rapport with various stakeholders, relationship management skills Desired Advance experience in a similar role (SME related) Experience in a similar role prior experience with case management Understanding of Maintenance & Reliability basic practices Understanding of quality tools such as Failure Modes Effects Analysis and Root Cause Analysis Benefits 7 additional days of annual leave per year. 16 weeks paid parental leave for primary careers, regardless of gender and with no minimum tenure and 4 weeks paid leave for secondary carers. a ‘Dress for your Day’ policy. flexible and hybrid working arrangements. Rewards programme, including a range of discounts from a variety of retailers an extensive range of other employee benefits. • Tue, 05 MarFleetPartners

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Inventory Controller - Multiple Positions » Gepps Cross, SA - : $75,430 to $79,070 - ASO4 - Full Time / Ongoing appointment Overview: The Inventory Controller for SA Health is responsible... • Mon, 04 MarGovernment of South Australia$75430 - 79070 per year
Inventory & Network Supply Controller » Melbourne, VIC - Job Description: About the role: The Supply Controller's primary function is to ensure Finished Goods inventory... • Mon, 04 MarTreasury Wine Estates
Credit Controller » Wollongong, NSW - An established business that is continuing to grow and diversify its operations is looking for a 'Credit Controller...' to join their expanding team. Position: Credit Controller Type: Permanent Salary: Depending on experience (Min 2-3 years' experience... • Mon, 04 MarChandler Macleod
Financial Controller - Tech Start-Up » Sydney, NSW - next journey for the business and looking to hire a Financial Controller to become a key leader for the organisation. Reporting... • Mon, 04 MarT+O+M Executive$170000 - 180000 per year
Court Controller » Perth, WA - The Court Controller is responsible for the management and operations of the PBA Domestic game day experience... • Sun, 03 MarPerth Basketball Association$27 per hour
Assistant Inventory Controller » Gepps Cross, SA - : $66,590 to $70,968 - ASO3 - Full Time / Ongoing appointment Overview: As the Assistant Inventory Controller for SA Health... • Sun, 03 MarGovernment of South Australia$66590 - 70968 per year
Traffic Controller » Darwin, Darwin Region - Traffic Controller Darwin, NT, Australia Casual / Temporary / Contract Automotive / Transport & Logistics Traffic Controller The Opportunity Traffic Controllers required to work 20-40 hours per week on local Darwin civil projects. 2-3 months work available with an ASAP start.Work will be predominantly day shift with the occasional night shift required. Our Ideal Candidate Our ideal candidate will have experience in Traffic Control or similar working environment.A strong understanding of WHS and a safety-first mentality is paramount in this role. Key Competencies Current Manual Driver's Licence Work Zone Ticket 2 & 3 White card Physically fit and able Able to pass a drug and alcohol ApplyNow Please click “Apply Now” to submit your resume.For further information contact Tamara Lamplugh on synacoglobal.com.au Synaco Global Recruitment NT are a blue-collar labour hire specialist with a national network of trades and mining personnel. To express interest in upcoming employment opportunities or to… Click here to view more detail / apply for Traffic Controller • Sun, 03 MarAtlamGroup
Maintenance Controller » Perth CBD, Perth - Who we are Offshore Services Australasia (OSA) is the leading supplier of helicopters services to the Australian Offshore industry. We operate multiple helicopter types from several bases throughout Australia and Timor Leste providing support to several major oil and gas producers. About the role OSA invites Expressions of Interest from suitably experienced candidates and for the role of Maintenance Controller. Reporting to the Head of Aircraft Airworthiness and Maintenance Control (HAAMC), the Maintenance Controller provides the OSA Helicopters Australia Air Operator's Certificate with the regulatory responsibility for the continuing airworthiness management of the Company's fleet of helicopters. The Maintenance Controller is a key role in the Technical Services team ensuring that all regulatory and commercial requirements of the OSA Australia operation are managed effectively. A visible safety champion who will challenge unsafe acts and pursue improvements in safety culture and behaviour. The control of all maintenance activities carried out on OSA aircraft, either scheduled or unscheduled, including aircraft technical records, component maintenance and weight and balance. The development, organisation and supervision of all activities and procedures as detailed in the Maintenance Control Manual and Aircraft Systems of Maintenance. Assessment of Airworthiness Directives, Alert Service Bulletins, Engineering Orders and other technical instructions. Review of reliability data outputs and incorporation of maintenance learnings within the system of maintenance The reporting (as required) and investigation of defects in the aircraft that occur in flight or are discovered during maintenance. Review and oversight of aircraft records and certification(s) of maintenance documents Provide support and direction to the Approved Maintenance Organisation where required. Developing highly effective & productive relationships with key stakeholders both internal and externally. Engineering degree or proven experience as a LAME is essential. Previous experience as a Maintenance Controller is preferable. Experienced in understanding regulations related to aircraft maintenance. Demonstrate the required knowledge and understanding of CASA regulations. Demonstrable knowledge of recent continuing airworthiness management expertise. A team-oriented approach with the ability to work independently. Strong communication skills both verbal and written. Ability to prioritise and manage a dynamic workload. Able to meet the necessary criteria to be formally accepted by the Regulatory Authority. Broad aviation experience is advantages. Flexible and adaptable approach in meeting business demands. Able to travel interstate as required. Applicants must be an Australian citizen and be able to hold and maintain applicable clearances as required for the position. Applications close: on or before 28 March 2024 Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Thinking about a career as a Maintenance Controller? Explore job and salary trends, in-demand skills and role reviews. J-18808-Ljbffr • Sun, 03 MarOffshore Services Australia
Inventory Controller » Derrimut, Brimbank Area - Flexi Personnel take pride in being a family-owned business with 6 locations across Melbourne and regional Victoria. By emphasizing a true partnership with our clients, Flexi Personnel demonstrate a commitment to understanding our client's business needs and providing tailored staffing solutions. THE COMPANY Our client is a diversified industrial group of companies offering end-to-end supply chain services, including chemical and industrial formulation and manufacturing, warehousing and distribution, waste management and environmental solutions. THE ROLE Located in Derrimut, we are currently seeking a highly organized and detail-oriented individual to join the business as an Inventory Controller. You will be responsible for managing and maintaining accurate inventory levels, ensuring efficient stock movement, and optimizing the current inventory processes. This role requires strong analytical skills, excellent communication skills, and the ability to work collaboratively with various departments across the business. Carry out cycle counts on selected items based on a review of upcoming production using the master schedule Manage and run planned stock takes and random stock checks Write and maintain accurate written procedures for all main inventory control processes and functions Ensure materials are ready and available for production Work closely with planning and production teams to ensure required supply is assured for future production Coordinate third party stock control, customers annual stock takes including the pre and post follow up and preparations Prepare monthly stock reports for 3PL customers Physical checking of stock against system stocks and customers stock figures Investigation of any discrepancies and subsequent reporting to management Review and identification of slow and obsolete stock both owned and customer owned Follow through with customers/suppliers and arrange to return or disposal of obsolete stock Execute systems reconciliation, identify stock discrepancies between the 2 systems (MYOB & WMS) and correct any discrepancies THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Minimum of 2 years of demonstrated experience in a production/warehousing environment Excellent communication, interpersonal and time management skills Accuracy and attention to detail Proficient in using Microsoft Office and excellent knowledge of inventory management software / WMS. Planning, organisation, and problem-solving skills Ability to work under limited supervision If you meet the above criteria, please APPLY NOW with an updated resume and cover letter outlining your experience. Flexi Personnel are an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. • Fri, 01 MarFlexi Personnel
Credit Controller » New South Wales - About the role Our client is looking for a talented and ambitious Credit Controller reporting through to the Credit... an experienced Credit Controller to join their team in Parramatta. Culture Working within this supportive and positive workplace... • Fri, 01 MarSharp & Carter
Controller » Mackay Region, Queensland - Heavy Industrial/Marine Engineering - Industrial/Heavy Equipment Our client is looking for a Controller to join their team. The Controller will report to the CFO and GM. Located in Victoria this is a 100% in-office position. Supporting operations and overseeing an accounting team. The ideal candidate will be comfortable in a heavy industrial environment. Responsible for all areas of finance, job costing, insurance and contract management while ensuring compliance with corporate policies and procedures and assist with achieving strategic objectives. We are looking for someone who has supervised accounting teams and is willing to roll up sleeves and help as needed. This suits a person who has worked in a business with revenues from 10-40 million. Responsibilities: Planning Work with operations management and senior management to generate annual and multiyear operating and capital budgets. Perform analysis of forecasts to ensure budgets are representative of forecasted actual results Work with operations and senior management to develop key performance indicators for each business. Generate monthly internal financial statements and job reports for operating companies Ensure effective cash management including providing regular updates for inclusion in corporate cash management forecasts Responsible for ensuring timely and accurate invoicing, collections, accounts payable, accounting for capital assets, account reconciliations and other financial management functions for assigned operating companies Expert-level knowledge of AP, AR, General Ledger, Capital Assets, GST, PST, and payroll to provide direction to operations management and finance and administration staff Complete year-end working papers for assigned companies Prepare loan and lease schedules, tax filings, and working papers for annual audits Job Costing Leading monthly project cost control and department cost control meetings with budget holders Generate job/divisional profit margin reports utilizing standard costing methodologies Perform analysis of margin reports. Analyze costs, productivity, and revenue data and prepare reports for management Provide direction to staff to ensure accurate cost allocations to jobs, reconciliation of job cost reporting to the financial system Expert level knowledge of job costing systems to ensure operations management is provided with the required tools to manage projects Generate written and quantitative reports in support of financial statements Generate regular management reports including variance analysis Assist operations management with the development of business cases and preparation of tender submissions Assist in financial analysis of regular and ad hoc management reports Leadership and Performance Management Work with General Managers to develop or modify strategic plans, analyze business opportunities, identify and mitigate risks, assist in the execution of tactical and strategic priorities Supervise Finance and Administration staff including managing performance, setting priorities, assigning tasks, clearly defining roles and responsibilities, training and development, and corrective actions where required Other Provide quality and timely services and advice to the executive and senior management team Provide leadership to identify and implement innovative solutions, through the use of technology, to improve productivity, accuracy, and better decision-making for finance and operations Develop processes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the financial management department Assist the CFO with the preparation of reports for the Executive team or Board of Directors Assist the CFO with projects as and when required Qualifications: A minimum of 5 years experience in a controller role Advanced level in MS Excel; proficient in MS Word and MS PowerPoint Demonstrated knowledge of integrated accounting software Demonstrated knowledge of job costing principles Supervisory experience at a manager level Must be able to take on difficult tasks with limited direction Strong interpersonal and organizational skills, work ethic, and attention to detail Prefer expert-level knowledge of job costing modules within an ERP system(s) Prefer knowledge and experience working in a private or public corporation Experience with Explorer Contract Manager / Eclipse Software an asset Bio Karenepp Karen Epp, CPC is the Senior Finance and Accounting Recruiter at Goldbeck Recruiting Inc and brings over twenty years of experience recruiting professionals in Accounting, Finance, Insurance, Banking, and Human Resources. One of the advantages of working with Karen in your search for Accounting Professionals is the extensive long standing relationships with candidates and reputable clients. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarGoldbeck Recruiting Inc.
Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers » Perth CBD, Perth - Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers page is loaded Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers Apply locations Perth, Western Australia time type Full time posted on Posted Yesterday job requisition id JR105983 Are you looking for a challenging, interesting and rewarding step in your career? We are currently seeking Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers to join our corporate office based in Perth to support our various Projects teams nationwide. You will be responsible for providing cost control technical expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost & progress information with strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change to contribute towards proactively influencing cost outcomes on the project. Who we are We are a pioneering project delivery company. We harness innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples’ lives today and tomorrow. We deliver high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia’s largest projects. Who you are Courageous. Innovative. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include: Monitor project baseline budgets and overall budget reporting, project forecasting, collecting and reporting project workhours actual and earned, quantities designed and installed, and assist in preparation of accruals. Monitor and analyse commitments and actuals against control account budgets, analysing and reporting progress achieved and measured against the plan, managing change control and performance trending across the project functions to support early notification to project management. KPI reporting and project daily, weekly, and monthly internal and external reporting, and change impacts maintained through the risk and MOC registers. Participate in project team meetings, sharing minor package highlights through risk, opportunities, progress or trends. What you will bring to the team: Previous cost control experience (3 years) within a project execution environment preferably in the Gas, Mining, Infrastructure, Power and/or Marine sectors Experience with cost management tool is essential and exposure to Prism would be a distinct advantage – however, training will be provided for the right individual. Advanced competencies in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint. Effective stakeholder engagement and influencing skills. Clough’s people enjoy: A competitive remuneration package Flexible and remote work options to manage work and lifestyle commitments Exposure toa range of iconic projects and industries Ongoing training for career progression Industry leading paid parental leave program from the day you join Excellent end of trip facilities and free gym onsite Mental health and wellbeing programs Employee assistance program for employees and their families Special offers on private health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more A supportive team culture and environment We’re building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans’ Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Apply now to join us Once we receive your application,it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we willcontact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. Similar Jobs (1) Cost Controller locations Perth, Western Australia time type Full time posted on Posted 30 Days Ago About Us We are a pioneering project delivery company. We harness innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples’ lives today and tomorrow. We deliver high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Our workforce of over 3,000 people across Australia and Asia Pacific is committed to delivering exceptional projects for our industries and communities, as a partner for a sustainable future. Join our team and help us realise our vision. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarClough Group
Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers » Australia - We are currently seeking Senior Cost Controllers /Cost Controllers to join our corporate office based in Brisbane to support or various Projects teams nationwide. You will be responsible for providing cost control technical expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost & progress information with strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change to contribute towards proactively influencing cost outcomes on the project. Who you are Courageous. Innovative. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include (but are not limited to): Monitor project baseline budgets and overall budget reporting, project forecasting, collecting and reporting project workhours actual and earned, quantities designed and installed, and assist in preparation of accruals. Monitor and analyse commitments and actuals against control account budgets, analysing and reporting progress achieved and measured against the plan, managing change control and performance trending across the project functions to support early notification to project management. KPI reporting and project daily, weekly, and monthly internal and external reporting, and change impacts maintained through the risk and MOC registers. Participate in project team meetings, sharing minor package highlights through risk, opportunities, progress or trends. What you will bring to the team: Previous cost control experience (3 years) within a project execution environment preferably in the Gas, Mining, Infrastructure, Power and/or Marine sectors Experience with cost management tool is essential and exposure to Prism would be a distinct advantage – however, training will be provided for the right individual. Advanced competencies in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint. Effective stakeholder engagement and influencing skills. We have created an environment that brings out the best in our people. Clough’s people enjoy industry leading benefits such as: Exposure toa range of projects and industries across our global operation Flexible and remote work options to manage work and lifestyle commitments Ongoing training for career progression Mental health and wellbeing programs Special offers on private health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more We’re building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live. To us, workplace diversity means creating an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a partner with Pride in Diversity, a recognised employer of choice by WORK180, a signatory of the Veterans’ Employment Commitment and an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity and Champions for Change Coalition. We strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. We are delivering some of Australia’s most exciting and pioneering projects across the energy, resources and infrastructure industries , so if you’re driven and keen, apply now Once we receive your application,it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we willcontact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. We are a pioneering project delivery company. We harness innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples’ lives today and tomorrow. We deliver high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Our workforce of over 3,000 people across Australia and Asia Pacific is committed to delivering exceptional projects for our industries and communities, as a partner for a sustainable future. Join our team and help us realise our vision. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarClough Group
Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers » Australia - Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers Are you looking for a challenging, interesting and rewarding step in your career? We are currently seeking Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers to join our corporate office based in Brisbane to support our various Projects teams nationwide. You will be responsible for providing cost control technical expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost & progress information with strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change to contribute towards proactively influencing cost outcomes on the project. Who we are We are a pioneering project delivery company. We harness innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples’ lives today and tomorrow. We deliver high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia’s largest projects. Who you are Courageous. Innovative. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include: Monitor project baseline budgets and overall budget reporting, project forecasting, collecting and reporting project workhours actual and earned, quantities designed and installed, and assist in preparation of accruals. Monitor and analyse commitments and actuals against control account budgets, analysing and reporting progress achieved and measured against the plan, managing change control and performance trending across the project functions to support early notification to project management. KPI reporting and project daily, weekly, and monthly internal and external reporting, and change impacts maintained through the risk and MOC registers. Participate in project team meetings, sharing minor package highlights through risk, opportunities, progress or trends. What you will bring to the team: Previous cost control experience (3 years) within a project execution environment preferably in the Gas, Mining, Infrastructure, Power and/or Marine sectors Experience with cost management tool is essential and exposure to Prism would be a distinct advantage – however, training will be provided for the right individual. Advanced competencies in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint. Effective stakeholder engagement and influencing skills. Clough’s people enjoy: A competitive remuneration package Flexible and remote work options to manage work and lifestyle commitments Exposure toa range of iconic projects and industries Ongoing training for career progression Industry leading paid parental leave program from the day you join Mental health and wellbeing programs Employee assistance program for employees and their families Special offers on private health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more A supportive team culture and environment We’re building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans’ Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Apply now to join us Once we receive your application,it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we willcontact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. Working with Clough provides you with access to challenging projects and career opportunities, along with access to professional development through our various internal and external training programs. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarClough Ltd.
Train controller » Australia - Also known as: Control system operator, Signals operator, Remote signaller, Train control systems specialist, Tram controller, Light rail controller, Area controller, Network controller Is this role right for you? You’ll be 100% focused on monitoring trains, track and signals along your allocated part of the rail network. You’ll need to concentrate and stay alert because if a fault causes trackside signals to fail, you must get passengers to the right station safely and on time. You might have just minutes to re-plan train movements and communicate new routes to drivers and other train operators. So you’ll need to think quickly, collaborate with others, and be able to plan carefully without making expensive or dangerous mistakes. What are some example projects or experiences? Like air traffic controllers, train controllers use advanced signalling, telecommunications, and control systems to direct the movement of trains on a network. They’re in constant contact with train drivers to ensure the safe movement of trains. They also provide other train controllers with real time information on activity happening on rail tracks. Modern networks use autonomous rail traffic control systems which are supervised by train controllers. Train controllers look for faults or mechanical failures, report incidents, and plan and implement solutions to ensure people and freight move safely along the railway line. They also find ways to make train movements safer and more efficient. What is the work environment like? Train controllers typically work in centralised train operation centres. They work in a team (often in different locations) to monitor and control the movement of trains remotely. They use sophisticated computer systems and specialised signalling and communications equipment. Some train controllers may operate manual equipment to change rail signals. Most train controllers work in major cities but some work in regional or remote locations. You may not need to have any previous experience or qualifications for this role. Most employers provide you with all the training you’ll need. You’ll complete a vocational training course and receive a certificate level qualification while you work.You’ll be trained in all aspects of safe and efficient train operations. It may be useful to have previous experience as a train driver or hold a Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure, Certificate III in Mechanical or Electrical Rail Signalling, or a Certificate IV in Rail Network Control. Salaries may vary outside of these ranges, based on company size and location, level of experience, competence and time in role. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarWork in Rail
Cost Controller » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - At Metro, we are one team, united in our purpose of moving Melbourne. We believe in fostering an environment where your skills, talents, and aspirations can thrive. We look forward to supporting you as you plan the next chapter of your career at Metro. Before applying for a new role at Metro, please notify your current manager. Metro Trains Melbourne are currently recruiting for a experienced Cost Controller to work as part of the Franchisee portfolio support current projects. As the Cost Controller your role is to provide cost control support for assigned projects, monitor and reporting of project costs and for the provision of project controls advice and support to Project Managers and Program Managers within the Portfolio. The role supports the projects across the project life cycle providing technical and strategic advice, analytical oversight and support and guidance to maximise business outcomes. This opportunity is offered on a full time max term contract till December 2024 Key Areas of Responsibility Create and maintain project cost reports throughout project lifecycles and ensure client requirements are met. Utilise standard cost control procedures and processes including WBS, monthly report, change control, management of budgets, forecasting, financial support relating to contract administration and project cost close out to help ensure a consistent approach across a portfolio of projects. Support Project Managers in decision making by constantly monitoring budget and expenditure changes, as well as providing regular updates of project status. Establish Work Order Number (WON) structure and budget establishment and ensure correct cost allocations against appropriate work orders. Assist project commercial risk monthly review processes including tracking drawdown & reassessing risk status and modelling. Assist provision of adequate information flow to Project Managers around budgets, expenditure, forecasts and progress to accommodate decision making. Support Project Managers with progress claim assessment, pricing schedule development, tender evaluation, contractor change assessment and contract financial close out. Produce monthly tracking information against budget to meet finance requirements. Maintain relationships between estimating, planning and procurement to assure information flow and awareness of all aspects of project controls. Apply earned value management techniques to interpret data and provide timely insight and recommendations on project and program performance. Contribute to cost control processes remaining fit for purpose by incorporating lessons learnt and feedback to optimise cost control processes and standards. Interface with external work parties and participate in internal cost review sessions with all disciplines to create robust forecast and project cost outcome reporting. Ensure compliance with project finance requirements to provide accurate, timely, quality accrual, cost and claim management processes. Desired Skills & Experience Tertiary Qualifications in Engineering, Finance / Business, Accounting or Equivalent High level of experience in using Excel, PowerBI and other MS suites Minimum 3 years' experience in cost control or cost administration. Knowledge of current cost control and project management techniques. Good level of experience in using cost control systems and tools. High level of experience in using Word, Excel & Outlook. Experience in controlling costs throughout the project lifecycle. Ability to liaise / communicate effectively with all levels of management and staff (verbal and written). This is a fantastic opportunity to build on the career you've developed to date and take it to the next level by making a tangible impact that matters. If what you've read resonates with your values, experience, and career aspiration then we want to hear from you Please submit your application via our recruitment portal by COB Monday 19th of February, 2024 to be considered for this position. Metro's commitment to a Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive culture Metro acknowledges the Victorian Traditional Owners of the land on which our rail network operates, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong peoples of the Kulin Nation. At Metro, we know that a diverse, equitable, and inclusive company is a more innovative and successful one that reflects the communities we serve. We strive for a workplace where everyone is treated fairly and respectfully. A workplace that provides equitable access to opportunities, resources, and where individuals can bring their whole selves to work. In addition, being recognised and rewarded for their contribution to our collective success. We are committed to fair, equitable and merit-based employment and recruitment practices, and we encourage all interested applicants to apply. Metro Trains J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarVictoria's Big Build
Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers » Perth CBD, Perth - Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers Are you looking for a challenging, interesting and rewarding step in your career? We are currently seeking Senior Cost Controllers/Cost Controllers to join our corporate office based in Perth to support our various Projects teams nationwide. You will be responsible for providing cost control technical expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost & progress information with strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change to contribute towards proactively influencing cost outcomes on the project. Who we are We are a pioneering project delivery company. We harness innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples’ lives today and tomorrow. We deliver high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia’s largest projects. Who you are Courageous. Innovative. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include: Monitor project baseline budgets and overall budget reporting, project forecasting, collecting and reporting project workhours actual and earned, quantities designed and installed, and assist in preparation of accruals. Monitor and analyse commitments and actuals against control account budgets, analysing and reporting progress achieved and measured against the plan, managing change control and performance trending across the project functions to support early notification to project management. KPI reporting and project daily, weekly, and monthly internal and external reporting, and change impacts maintained through the risk and MOC registers. Participate in project team meetings, sharing minor package highlights through risk, opportunities, progress or trends. What you will bring to the team: Previous cost control experience (3 years) within a project execution environment preferably in the Gas, Mining, Infrastructure, Power and/or Marine sectors Experience with cost management tool is essential and exposure to Prism would be a distinct advantage – however, training will be provided for the right individual. Advanced competencies in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint. Effective stakeholder engagement and influencing skills. Clough’s people enjoy: A competitive remuneration package Flexible and remote work options to manage work and lifestyle commitments Exposure toa range of iconic projects and industries Ongoing training for career progression Industry leading paid parental leave program from the day you join Excellent end of trip facilities and free gym onsite Mental health and wellbeing programs Employee assistance program for employees and their families Special offers on private health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more A supportive team culture and environment We’re building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans’ Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Apply now to join us Once we receive your application,it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we willcontact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. Working with Clough provides you with access to challenging projects and career opportunities, along with access to professional development through our various internal and external training programs. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarClough Ltd.
Stores Controller » Calala, Tamworth Surrounds - Find jobs in the automotive retail industry Do you have stores and stock control experience, and are you seeking a full-time job in Tamworth? Jonathan Lee Recruitment is helping a company recruit a Stores Controller, and the role comes with a salary of £32,000 per annum, bonus and benefits.As a Stores Controller, you will carry out all stores duties, including FLT and stock control cycle counting. You will also be responsible for all goods in of parts and materials, including storing correctly, and working with product codes.Key areas of responsibility:Ensuring stock rotation and locating stock into the correct rackingWorking with product codesUse of a Kanban procedure for replenishment of stockPicking kits ready for production, ensuring components are in stock to meet demandChecking stock and warehouse queries and highlighting shortagesTo apply for this Stores Controller role, you will need relevant experience in a similar role. You must also be able to physically lift stock and perform manual handling (up to 25KG).The position is working on days (early finish on a Friday) and you'll receive a salary of up to £30,000 per annum plus bonus and a compelling benefits package.If this full-time Stores Controller job in Tamworth, please apply with Jonathan Lee Recruitment today.Your CV will be forwarded to Jonathan Lee Recruitment, a leading engineering and manufacturing recruitment consultancy established in 1978. The services advertised by Jonathan Lee Recruitment are those of an Employment Agency.In order for your CV to be processed effectively, please ensure your name, email address, phone number and location (post code OR town OR county, as a minimum) are included Advertising your job vacancies with the IMI is an ideal solution to fix your recruitment needs at low cost. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarCompany:
Controller » Australia - Farm Credit of Central Florida supports rural communities and agriculture in 13 central Florida counties including, Polk, Citrus, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lake, Sumter, Osceola, Orange, Seminole, Volusia, and Brevard. Part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, the association loans funds for agricultural purposes, makes residential loans, originates leases, and sells crop insurance. Over 1,200 borrowers have chosen Farm Credit of Central Florida as their lender of choice. Farm Credit of Central Florida provides over $1 billion in originated loans and other financial services to its member-borrowers. Farm Credit of Central Florida, a leading agribusiness lender seeks a dynamic leader for the role of Controller located at our headquarters in Lakeland, Florida. Primarily this position is responsible for the variety of analytical functions in the areas of accounting, financial reporting, and internal controls. Specifically, this role will: - Assis ts the CFO with monthly and quarterly reporting requirements including regulatory reports. - Reviews and maintains Association’s financial statements. - Reviews and maintains an accurate general ledger on a monthly basis. - Prepares management reports for presentation to the board of directors and other reports as requested by management. - Ensures all accounting-related controls are implemented and performed successfully. - Assists in establishing and maintaining internal policies and procedures as required by regulatory requirements and sound business practices. - Performs general ledger and loan-related queries as requested by Senior Management. - Establishes and maintains all internal controls over financial reporting. - Manages system access controls for the Association. Required Qualifications - Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting with a Master’s degree and/or CPA preferred - Minimum of 7-10 years of related experience - Thorough knowledge of GAAP. - Computer literacy includes loan systems, Microsoft Office, SQL Server, and other database management software. - Knowledge of financially related services and insurance preferred - Understanding of internal controls over financial reporting. - Knowledge of system access controls. - Understanding of organizational budget and its impact on financial results - Strong Supervisory, administration, and communication skills - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Strong analytical and problem-solving skills - Demonstrates the ability to apply sound judgment and decision-making capabilities - Self-motivated, career-oriented, with the ability and desire to learn - Must adhere to Farm Credit of Central Florida’s mission and core values Stand Up for Agriculture Sign up to help Farm Credit advocate for issues important to farmers, ranchers and the rural communities they call home. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarFarm Credit Services
Cost Controller » Perth CBD, Perth - Location Perth, Western Australia, Australia Industry Oil & Gas - Offshore Gas Function Budget / Cost Control Job Type Contract Date Added January 11, 2024 Our Energy client is hiring a Cost Controller to work within their facilities in Perth, WA on an initial of 12-months casual contract role. Position: Cost Controller Duration: 12 months contract Location: Perth, WA Schedule: 5/2 & 8 hours per day The Cost Controller is responsible for the management and reporting of all costs and revenues of project he/she have been allocated for supports on the estimation of total project cost at completion. Updates the expected project profitability valuation and ensures the information is reliable. Main Roles and Responsibilities: To establish the initial project budget/forecast based on handover data from Proposal Department using Cost Control system. Responsible to update changes to the forecast based on project evolution and other risk impacts to project. To set up Cost Control Procedures. To produce monthly Project Cost Report and Project Management Report Preparation of monthly invoices to Client and follow up works (including reimbursable items). Cash forecast update. To continually assess the adequacy of budgetary provision. Carries-out statistical and close-out reports, with a view towards improving feedback data and estimation tools on future contracts / proposals. Complies with and implements both company and client HSE Management System objectives and procedures, as well as Quality standards and policies, and other applicable company procedures. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Quantity Survey, Finance or equivalent 3 to 4 years of experience in related field Solid analytical and problem-solving skills Ability to deal with deadlines effectively. Experience in the oil & gas and energy industry Knowledge of cost control tools and ERP system If you would like to be considered for the position, please apply direct to thisadvertisement with your CV & contact details. Or send the same to noor.ameliaairswift.com Don’t see a job for you? Register for our candidate portal Sign in or register for Airswift Digital to stay updated with recommended jobs. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarAirswift
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Project Controller » Enoggera, Brisbane - The key duties of the position include The Role The EL 1 Project Controller within Army Uncrewed Aerial Systems UAS Acquisition Project Office (AUAS APO) will be accountable under broad direction to perform and achieve very complex planning, scheduling and financial control work within an integrated workforce. They will require an in-depth knowledge of and compliance with legislative frameworks, government decision-making and Defence's mission and policy requirements. The EL 1 Project Controller will exercise a considerable degree of independence and perform subject matter expert role. They will exercise sound decision making and judgement to provide expert policy advice. They will have in-depth knowledge of the Project Control function and are responsible for the development, implementation, compliance and review of policies and procedures relevant to their work within that function. They will engage in very complex problem solving and issues management and may coordinate and perform detailed or sensitive projects that impact on strategic, political or operational outcomes for Defence. The EL 1 Project Controller will lead a Project and Financial Control cell within AUAS APO and will be accountable for the outcomes of the teams work and the appropriate use of resources to produce and achieve outcomes. They are expected to be capable of building team capability through coaching and feedback and reviewing and developing the quality of work undertaken by others within a work unit. They may exercise the associated people and financial responsibilities to achieve work unit outcomes. The EL 1 Project Controller will be responsible for actively managing key stakeholder relationships and will be required to identify relevant stakeholders' expectations and concerns to develop and communicate methodologies and practices to achieve outcomes. They will be accountable to contribute towards ongoing self-improvement and professional development of their work area. About our Team The Cargo Helicopter and Uncrewed Surveillance Program Office (CHUSPO) delivers through-life support for the CH-47F Chinook and Army Aviation System Branch supported fleet of Uncrewed Aerial Systems. The Program Office is made up of the Cargo Helicopter Management Unit (CHMU), the Uncrewed Aerial Systems Management Unit (UASMU), the Army Uncrewed Aerial Systems Acquisition Program Office (AUAS APO) and the Business Management Unit (BMU). AUAS APO is the primary acquisition agency supporting Army's Uncrewed Aerial Systems (UAS) capability requirements. We manage and deliver the acquisition of a range of UAS, including operator and aircrew training systems for Army, and work with industry to understand the latest developments in UAS technology and applications. Our Ideal Candidate Our ideal candidate will possess the ability to work under limited direction to perform and achieve financial control and schedule management within an integrated workforce. They are accountable to have and maintain a well-developed understanding of frameworks, government decision-making and Defence's mission and policy requirements. They will have highly developed communication skills, excellent attention to detail and have the ability to collaborate across Government and industry to achieve high quality outcomes. To be successful in this role, you will bring the following attributes and skills to the role: In-depth knowledge of compliance and legislative frameworks, government decision-making, and Defence's mission and policy requirements Prior experience in developing and applying project control practices Expertise in developing project and program briefs, reports and documentation using a range of tools and techniques Excellent leadership skills including the ability to manage and motivate a team Strong problem-solving and issues resolution skills Excellent communication, negotiation and stakeholder engagement skills Strong analytical skills and the ability to identify, resolve and mitigate risks associated with financial and scheduling activities Ability to provide expert policy advice and guidance on financial control and scheduling matters • Fri, 01 MarAPS
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EL 1 - Project Controller » Enoggera, QLD - $111,441 - $125,705 (plus Super) Enoggera - QLD The Role The EL 1 Project Controller within Army Uncrewed Aerial... requirements. The EL 1 Project Controller will exercise a considerable degree of independence and perform subject matter expert... • Thu, 29 FebDefence Australia$111441 - 125705 per year
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Financial Controller » Welshpool, Canning Area - Join Our Dynamic clients team as a Financial Controller Are you a seasoned financial expert ready to take your career to new heights? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, growth-oriented environment? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you About our client: Our client is a rapidly expanding, actively acquisitive company with a passion for innovation and success. Our commitment to excellence has propelled us to the forefront of our industry, and we are continuously seeking talented individuals to join our team and contribute to our ongoing success. Role Overview: As the Financial Controller, you will play a pivotal role in partnering with the business, providing invaluable commercial advice to our management team. Your primary responsibility will be to manage the financial reporting of the business, ensuring the delivery of accurate and timely financial information and offering strategic insights into our business processes and results. Key Responsibilities: Provide expert financial advice and guidance to advance the Company towards achieving its strategic objectives. Oversee financial reporting, budgeting, and forecasting for the Company, ensuring adherence to month-end procedures and deadlines. Manage and coordinate activities of the general accounting function, including accurate forecasting and preparation of annual budgets. Drive the annual Management Plan process and manage year-end statutory requirements. Prepare and lodge Company tax filings in Australia and provide support to the Management Team for financial development. Make critical decisions impacting the strategic direction of the business and ensure timely reporting to Group Level. Provide insight and reports on internally measured KPIs, assisting executives in decision-making. Ensure accuracy and timeliness of financial information and implement internal controls to minimise risk. Manage the Company's Insurance program, review commercial contracts, and mitigate inherent business risks. Lead the finance team, ensuring efficient delivery of functions while adhering to industry best practices. Design and document internal controls, optimise asset utilisation, and provide insightful reports to enhance business performance. Liaise with external parties including auditors, legal advisors, and key suppliers, and manage the annual financial audit process. Required Experience: CPA/CA qualification with a minimum of 5 years' experience in a senior accounting role. Proficient in data analysis, Excel, and report development to provide valuable management information. Strong relationship building, negotiation skills, and achievement orientation. Ability to thrive in a large multinational environment and experience in leadership and team development. Why Join our client: Competitive salary and benefits package. Opportunity for professional growth and career advancement. Collaborative and supportive work environment. Chance to make a significant impact on the strategic direction of the business. Dynamic and innovative company culture. If you are a motivated and experienced Financial Controller looking for a new challenge, we want to hear from you Take the next step in your career and apply today to join our passionate team. By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy. Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Thu, 29 FebRobert Half
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Inventory Controller » Sydney, NSW - Tempe, NSW - Inventory Controller "You care about making a positive impact in the world. You understand greatness requires... Team vision (text) As Inventory Controller your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Support... • Mon, 26 FebIKEA
Fleet Controller » Truganina, Melton Area - We are currently seeking an experienced Fleet Controller to join our business at our Truganina depot based in VIC to work closely with our Operations Team and Drivers. About GKR Transport GKR Transport was established in 1985 and currently we have depots in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland. GKR specialises in the supply of transport, storage, and logistics services to a various range of industries. We have extensive experience in providing practical and affordable solutions to our clients in the automotive, industrial, heavy haulage, oil and gas, mining and manufacturing sectors. About the role: Utilising your leadership skills to supervise and manage our day-to-day driver operations Not your typical office-based role – You will be out on the floor and in office talking with our truck drivers and operations support team to ensure our customers consignments are fulfilled and delivered on time. Working in a busy environment whilst coordinating multiple drivers, consignments and vehicles. Using your transport and logistics knowledge to audit and problem solve. Allocating Administration. Key Requirements: The ability to build and nurture strong relationships Strong work ethic and pose a “Can do” attitude with a focus on safety. Legal & WHS knowledge regarding CoR, driving hours and fatigue management Extensive knowledge of the Melbourne metro area. Computer literacy Desired experience in fast paced role allocating a large fleet of different trucks Strong verbal communication, exceptional planning and problem-solving skills Resilience, passion, and ability to work under pressure and prioritise. A high level of motivation and energy with a strong focus business to business relationships Why us? Job security and stability. Off street parking. Career progression Supportive and energetic team culture Competitive salary - consummate salary for experience Annual bonus structure This role coordinates and facilitates communication between our Local Drivers and delivery locations to ensure timely and safe deliveries and collections for our business customers. Your great attitude, fast-thinking, and people leadership capabilities will be highly regarded. Why Work for GKR Transport GKR Transport supports all employees with ongoing training to ensure that we are providing a safe and supportive working environment for our team. We recognise individual strengths and the experience each employee brings to our business, and we offer opportunities for development. GKR Transport is proud to be apart of the Logistics Holdings Australia Group (LHA) network of companies, a Division of Freight Management Holdings (FMH). • Mon, 26 FebGKR Transport
Document Controller » The Narrows, Darwin - About the role UGL are currently seeking a suitably qualified Document Controller to work on a Brownfield Construction Project in Darwin, Northern Territory. The project will commence in March 2024, with an estimated 9-12-month duration. You will be a local Darwin resident and work a 5/2 roster. We are looking for a detail-oriented and experienced Document Controller to play a crucial role in our brownfields construction project. The successful candidate will be responsible for implementing and maintaining project controls systems, ensuring effective scheduling, cost management, and performance measurement. Key responsibility areas Document Management: Maintain an organized and up-to-date document control system. Receive, log, and distribute incoming project documents. Ensure proper filing, storage, and retrieval of project documents. Quality Assurance: Implement and enforce document control procedures to maintain the highest quality standards. Perform regular audits to verify document accuracy and completeness. Communication and Collaboration: Facilitate effective communication between project teams, contractors, and other stakeholders. Collaborate with various departments to gather and organize project-related documents. Training and Support: Provide training and support to project team members on document control processes. Address any document-related queries or issues promptly. Reporting: Generate regular reports on document control activities and metrics. Highlight any deviations from established processes and recommend corrective actions. Qualifications: Proven experience as a Document Controller in the construction industry, particularly on brownfields projects. Familiarity with relevant document control software and systems. Strong organizational and time-management skills. Excellent attention to detail and accuracy. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment. What we offer Diverse opportunities to grow, back yourself and achieve The chance to join a 6,000 strong organisation owned by the CIMIC Group, one of the world's leading international contractors Pathways for you to succeed and the space for you to carve your own journey A culture that values diversity and innovation, evolving with market changes and new technologies What makes you right for UGL Genuine concern for safety Ability to provide a safe, supportive and positive workplace Capacity to flourish in a high-performance environment An innovative mindset and a willingness to challenge the norm A belief that success and value are driven by real teams where everyone has a role to play About Us UGL is well-known and respected for providing end-to-end engineering, construction and maintenance services within, rail and transport, communications and technology systems, oil and gas, power, renewables and resources, water and defence markets. UGL partners with some of the world's largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprises and public institutions. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies. At UGL, we value diversity - in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. Please note that relevant screening checks will be conducted as part of the recruitment process. These may include a national criminal history check and for you to undergo pre-employment medical assessment including drug and alcohol screen. If you are confident you have the skills and knowledge to fulfil this role, then please apply now. Reference - 258010 '665875 • Mon, 26 FebUGL
Document Controller » Adelaide, SA - -oriented Document Controller to join their team. As a leading player in their field, they are committed to excellence... Document Controller will be responsible for managing, organizing, and controlling company documents to ensure accuracy, quality... • Sun, 25 FebRandstad$100000 per year
Stock Controller/Warehouse » Geelong, VIC - A current LF licence desired but not essential and previous experience in a similar Stock Controller role within logitics... applications from any background. Skills Stock Controller/Forklift Education Secondary School/High School... • Sat, 24 FebRandstad$37 per hour
Document Controller » Darwin, Darwin Region - About the role UGL are currently seeking a suitably qualified Document Controller to work on a Brownfield Construction Project in Darwin, Northern Territory. The project will commence in March 2024, with an estimated 9–12-month duration. You will be a local Darwin resident and work a 5/2 roster. We are looking for a detail-oriented and experienced Document Controller to play a crucial role in our brownfields construction project. The successful candidate will be responsible for implementing and maintaining project controls systems, ensuring effective scheduling, cost management, and performance measurement. Key responsibility areas 1. Document Management: Maintain an organized and up-to-date document control system. Receive, log, and distribute incoming project documents. Ensure proper filing, storage, and retrieval of project documents. 2. Quality Assurance: Implement and enforce document control procedures to maintain the highest quality standards. Perform regular audits to verify document accuracy and completeness. 3. Communication and Collaboration: Facilitate effective communication between project teams, contractors, and other stakeholders. Collaborate with various departments to gather and organize project-related documents. 4. Training and Support: Provide training and support to project team members on document control processes. Address any document-related queries or issues promptly. 5. Reporting: Generate regular reports on document control activities and metrics. Highlight any deviations from established processes and recommend corrective actions. Qualifications: Proven experience as a Document Controller in the construction industry, particularly on brownfields projects. Familiarity with relevant document control software and systems. Strong organizational and time-management skills. Excellent attention to detail and accuracy. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment. What we offer Diverse opportunities to grow, back yourself and achieve The chance to join a 6,000 strong organisation owned by the CIMIC Group, one of the world's leading international contractors Pathways for you to succeed and the space for you to carve your own journey A culture that values diversity and innovation, evolving with market changes and new technologies What makes you right for UGL Genuine concern for safety Ability to provide a safe, supportive and positive workplace Capacity to flourish in a high-performance environment An innovative mindset and a willingness to challenge the norm A belief that success and value are driven by real teams where everyone has a role to play About Us UGL is well-known and respected for providing end-to-end engineering, construction and maintenance services within, rail and transport, communications and technology systems, oil and gas, power, renewables and resources, water and defence markets. UGL partners with some of the world’s largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprises and public institutions. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies. At UGL, we value diversity – in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. Please note that relevant screening checks will be conducted as part of the recruitment process. These may include a national criminal history check and for you to undergo pre-employment medical assessment including drug and alcohol screen. If you are confident you have the skills and knowledge to fulfil this role, then please apply now. Reference - 258010 Discipline: Document Controller Primary Location: Australia-NT-Darwin Work Type: Full-time • Sat, 24 FebUGL Limited
Document Controller » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Document Controller Glencore Technology Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Ref. No. GT1436 Glencore Technology delivers world-leading mineral processing, leaching, refining and smelting technologies to clients throughout the world. Our technologies include IsaMills, Jameson Cells, ISASMELT, Albion, HyperSparge, and ISAKIDD Technology. We combine great technology with a small dynamic team. We deliver technology solutions and complete package solutions, combining process design, engineering design, and training, commissioning, and ongoing relationships with clients. We are seeking a Document Controller to join our team in Brisbane. The role covers a diverse range of activities to support the delivery of the project's objectives. The Document Controller enables the smooth running of the project by supporting the project manager through the operation of project management processes, and the coordination of business management actions and activities on their behalf. The role is responsible for helping to achieve the business outcomes that are important to Glencore Technology. This role is a 12-month contract with the possibility of extension. You will be responsible for: Document Management processes, including Drawing and Document management and revision control. Tracking of project document status, standardising formats, ensuring our document management processes are adhered to, consistency of document control throughout the project Maintaining project-related document control registers Aiding and recording document flow to and from all necessary parties, including clients and suppliers/vendors Coordinate internal and vendor documentation, drawing control, transmittals, and engineering deliverables Issuing project documentation to internal and external stakeholders Project Support / Administration in the form of data analysing, data entry, electronic filing, distributing, filing and archiving. Assisting the projects team to prepare schedules and cost reports as required. We are seeking someone with: Exposure to the Engineering Design and Delivery industry with a minimum of five (5) years' experience in a Document Control and / or Project Support role/s. Awareness of project management practices and in particular the general project lifecycle Good initiative and ability to prioritise tasks and works well in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines. Ability to work well independently as well as part of a team, communicating with other team members regularly Ability to understand new processes quickly is necessary in this role Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Microsoft Word. Previous experience with Microsoft Project, Project Online, Altus, ProjectWise & Aconex will be highly regarded, however, it is not essential Previous experience/exposure to different Document Management Platforms. Ability to multi-task and work on multiple projects at one time Why you should choose us: Good workplace culture is important to us. GT's Leadership Program (three (3) day, Glencore Technology only, course that aims to share our culture as quickly as possible and focuses on fostering effective communication) Glencore Rewards Program (discounts at many popular stores including Woolworths) Flexible Working from Home arrangements. For further information, please email your enquiries to gtrecruitmentglencore.com.au Applications close: 7am Monday 11th of March 2024 Please note applications will only be accepted via our Careers Page at glencore.com/careers. Glencore Technology does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. • Sat, 24 FebGlencore
Document Controller » Coomera, Gold Coast North - Document Controller/Quality Administrator Georgiou Group have partnered with ACCIONA Construction Australia to deliver the first stage of the Gold Coast's largest road infrastructure project. The project will involve construction of six new bridge structures in an environment with unique geotechnical conditions and challenging interfacing on a gazetted green-field site. You will have the opportunity to take on a varied and exciting role delivering the first stage of an important region-shaping project. What we're good at? Georgiou is a national building and civil engineering company that prides itself on being 'the best people to work with'. The thing about aiming to be the best people to work with is that we get to work on some of the biggest infrastructure projects across Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales. We support sustainability and we are committed to positively influence environmental, economic and social outcomes within our operations. At Georgiou, we create a workplace where people excel and invest in our people through all aspects of their lives. We build teams that reflects the diverse community in which we live and work. We believe in collaboration and sharing experience and knowledge to ensure continued learning and development. Together we will define your continuous professional development and career progression. Our working environments are fun, safe and innovative. We are always thinking about better solutions and constantly trying to improve. We encourage new ideas and creativity. You will experience an environment where your contribution will be highly valued and where you can really make a difference. What you're good at: Proven track record in document control within construction or related industries Working with the Quality Manager in overseeing and ensuring compliance with the established document naming conventions Provide Quality control admin support to the construction team. Competent with document management systems and software. Work experience in CX (iTWOcx) and InEight is highly regarded. Proficient in using standardised forms and templates Strong attention to detail and communication skills Ability to liaise with diverse project stakeholders Ability to format documents and templates in Microsoft word and Excel at an intermediate level What you'll do (but not limited to): Review and improve existing document control procedures within the first two weeks of the role. Oversee and ensure compliance with the established document naming conventions in use by the business Ensure documents are checked, reviewed, registered and distributed in accordance with the established procedures or standards Process outgoing documentation to Clients, Consultants, Subcontractors and Suppliers/3rd parties. Monitor technical documents review and approval in accordance with agreed programme Maintain and manage electronic and hard copy documents as required Our best offer: Australian owned and CCF multiple award-winning national business with a strong pipeline of upcoming projects and opportunities for career development Supportive leadership teams who care for and mentor you to achieve your full potential Values-led organisation guided by care, integrity and excellence in everything we do Well-being leave, Paid parental leave and flexible work arrangements available. Growing business with exciting career development opportunities Georgiou are committed to an inclusive workforce and welcome applications of candidates from culturally diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent. If you share Georgiou's values of care, integrity, and excellence, are committed to collaboration and innovation, and are looking for your next exciting challenge, we want to hear from you If you don't feel you have "ticked all the boxes" listed or the timing isn't right, we still encourage you to apply. • Sat, 24 FebGeorgiou Group Ltd
Fuel the Future: Document Controller » Adelaide, SA - We’re thrilled to collaborate with a State Government department in their search for an experienced Document Controller... of December 2025. Your New Role As a Document Controller, you will provide essential advice and support to leadership and project... • Fri, 23 FebRandstad$128200 per year
Inventory Controller (Part-Time) | Berrinba QLD » Brisbane, QLD - , and finished vehicle transport. YOUR ROLE We're seeking a national Inventory Controller to support our 3PL warehousing... • Fri, 23 FebCMA CGM
Document Controller » Melbourne, VIC - . Currently we have an opportunity for a Document Controller with major infrastructure project experience to be apart... • Fri, 23 FebJohn Holland
Inventory Controller - Tradelink Blacktown » Blacktown, NSW - Controller? Helping make it happen! The Tradelink Opportunity Our Inventory Controllers are the best in the business... the warehouse, you'll have what it takes. Sound like you? Read on. As an Inventory Controller, here's what a typical day... • Fri, 23 FebTradelink
Inventory Controller | Kemps Creek NSW » Sydney, NSW - , and finished vehicle transport. YOUR ROLE We're seeking an Inventory Controller to support our 3PL warehousing operation... • Fri, 23 FebCMA CGM
Inventory Controller (Part-Time) | Berrinba QLD 23/2/2024 » Berrinba, QLD - , and finished vehicle transport. YOUR ROLE We're seeking a national Inventory Controller to support our 3PL warehousing... • Fri, 23 FebCEVA Logistics
Financial Controller - Immediate Start » Melbourne, VIC - Controller will be responsible for the following: Management of a small finance team Monthly Management reporting Annual... Compliance The Successful Applicant Experienced Financial Controller Qualifications - CPA/CA & relevant tertiary... • Fri, 23 FebMichael Page$180000 - 220000 per year
Credit Controller » Perth, WA - The Company Sharp and Carter are partnering with a market-leader in Welshpool in their search for a Credit Controller... • Fri, 23 FebSharp & Carter
Document Controller » Perth, WA - range of Projects. We are actively recruiting an experienced Document Controller to assist in the delivery... as a minimum: Previous experience in a Document Controller position within the Civil construction sector Knowledge of Electronic Document... • Fri, 23 FebNRW Holdings
Document Controller » Darwin, NT - About the role UGL are currently seeking a suitably qualified Document Controller to work on a Brownfield.... You will be a local Darwin resident and work a 5/2 roster. We are looking for a detail-oriented and experienced Document Controller... • Fri, 23 FebUGL
Inventory Controller | Kemps Creek NSW 22/2/2024 » Kemps Creek, NSW - , and finished vehicle transport. YOUR ROLE We're seeking an Inventory Controller to support our 3PL warehousing operation... • Fri, 23 FebCEVA Logistics
Project Administrator / Document Controller » Australia - / Document Controller to be based in Mitchell. This role is a 2-year fixed term full time role. Support a small collaborative... you bring to the team and the project. As a Project Administrator/ Document Controller, your role Support the project team... • Thu, 22 FebHudson
Traffic Controllers » Lalor Park, Blacktown Area - : Location: Hornsby, NSW Job Description: We are currently seeking experienced Traffic Controllers to join our team in Hornsby, NSW. The ideal candidates will have a valid White Card, Traffic Control Tickets, and proven experience in traffic control operations. Shift Times: Monday - Friday, 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Pay Rate: $33.76 per hour $21.19 daily travel allowance Requirements: - Valid White Card - Traffic Control Tickets - Previous experience as a Traffic Controller - Ability to stand for extended periods of time - Ability to pass a pre-employment fitness for work assessment Additional Requirement: As this is a Local Government position, all applicants must have received a minimum double vaccination for Covid-19 with evidence provided to be considered. If you meet the above requirements and are ready to contribute to our Hornsby Traffic Control team, please submit your up to date resume and relevant certifications to centralcoastworkforce.com.au or give our team a call on: (02) 49 607 580 (Mon - Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm) To apply, please click on the appropriate link below. Visit www.workforce.com.au to view available jobs or to register with us. • Thu, 22 Feb
Production Controllers » Osborne, Port Adelaide Area - We work in an environment that is interesting and meaningful. We are Australia’s submarine company and every day we are supporting the Royal Australian Navy to protect Australia’s national security and to bring its submariners home safely. If you are looking for a role that makes a difference, we will provide you with the opportunity to grow your career that offers flexibility and security to balance life and work. This is why working at ASC is like no other job. It is a deeper purpose that we can all be proud of. About the Opportunity The Production Controller (Material Receipt) is responsible for the receipt and tagging of materials removed from a Submarine in FCD and facilitating the movement of the materials to an appropriate storage. Responsibilities Identification and receipt of material into control capturing full material traceability and inventory status. Tagging of all material removed from the submarine with approximate warnings and triaged. Material handling of all received material packed and kitted safely for transport. The specific responsibilities of a Production Controller (Material Receipt) are a subset to those of a Production Controller. Additional Production Control duties or tasks may be allocated by the Production Control Team Lead dependent on business requirements. About you Minimum 5 years’ experience in a Production or Stores (Supply) based environment. Exposure to one or more of the following disciplines (Production, Production Control, Planning, Scheduling, Engineering, Estimating, Supply / Contract Administration and Project Management). Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Experience in data entry within an ERP system, such as Control Open. Eligibility This role requires a current National Police Clearance, an Australian Defence Security Clearance and an ability to access protected US defence technology. Your eligibility for this role is dependent on you obtaining and maintaining such clearances and approvals. Whilst ASC will accept all applications for this role, as this role requires an ability to access protected US defence technology, applicants holding nationality of certain foreign countries will not be eligible. To check your eligibility please visit the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency website. Benefits Unique and challenging work with a deeper purpose. Subsidised childcare to ease the financial pressure on your family. Health and wellbeing initiatives so you can perform at your best at work. A diverse and supportive environment where you can thrive. Discounts and exclusive offers from leading Australian brands to help you save. About ASC ASC has served as Australia’s submarine builder and sustainer for over 35 years. ASC built the Collins Class submarines and now sustains the fleet in Osborne, South Australia and in Henderson, Western Australia. Supported by its predominantly Australian supply chain and a highly skilled workforce, we deliver submarine capability and availability to the Royal Australian Navy. Apply today for a career with a deeper purpose. • Thu, 22 FebASC
Traffic Controllers » Perth, Perth Region - Immediate starts Multiple locations North and South Weekly Pay & Competitive pay rates Ad-hoc casual shifts only We're on the hunt for traffic controllers who bring awesome energy to join our skilled traffic control team, the only requirement is that you have a current WA BWTM & TC Traffic Control ticket or are in the process of gaining it with options available at multiple local traffic control companies in WA, Staff Australia have a unique opportunity for those looking to return to, or kickstart their careers in traffic control Duties: Perform all tasks associated with traffic management for works or events Implement and monitor operational Traffic Management Plans Load and unload vehicles with signage and equipment Report on site hazards and near misses Monitor traffic behaviour and or flow to ensure safety is maintained at all times Control traffic, pedestrians and cyclists to protect maintenance workers, work crews and members of the public Skills & Experience: Hold current WA BWTM & TC Traffic Control Tickets - ensure this is listed on your resume Driver's licence and own reliable transport to attend work Availability to work day shifts People who can work individually and in teams Safety focused people with excellent communication skills Any further queries please speak to one of our consultants on 08 6164 6800 If you believe you are what we are after, please click the "Apply" button now Please note: Due to the high volume of applicants, only successful candidates will be contacted. To increase your chances of receiving a call for an interview please ensure you have listed your Valid Traffic tickets or experience • Thu, 22 FebStaff Australia
Document Controller » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Brisbane CBD QLD $55 /hr Contract/Temp Document Controller 3 months Construction $55.00 super per hour ASAP start Fortitude Valley Excellent opportunity to join this high profile Construction company in a great team, where you will be providing administration assistance to projects and reporting directly to the Senior Document Controllers. The Role The Document Controller will provide document control and administration assistance to projects. Your duties will include; Document control using Aconex Managing all incoming and outgoing documents Logging, distribution, filing and archiving of documents and drawings received Maintain registers including materials and drawings registers and files Control all project documentation Assist with QA coordination and document control Assist with the lodgement of design state deliverables documentation Track design comments and close outs Assist with preparation of monthly reports Provide general project administration support when needed You The successful candidate will have a strong proven document controller background. You will have the following key competencies: 12 months experience in a Document Controller role Intermediate experience in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook Aconex experience highly desirable High level of accuracy and attention to detail Competent in basic administrative and secretarial skills including the ability to prepare general correspondence, filing and document control, minute taking, and office management Understanding WHS and QA requirements Excellent communication skills Experience in the construction industry or similar is highly desirable Apply To be considered for this position, please apply with your CV and cover letter in Microsoft Word format. Alternatively, email me directly at amie.luongempiregroup.com.au. Consultant louise.clarkempiregroup.com.au Reference number: BBBH25443 Profession: Administration & Office Support Administration & Office Support Company: empire group Date posted: 14th Feb, 2024 • Sun, 18 FebEmpire Careers
Document Controller » Australia - The Company Civmec is an Australian-owned, integrated, multidisciplinary heavy engineering and construction services provider to the energy, resources, infrastructure, marine and defence sectors. With a pipeline of more than $1.1 billion in current and future projects, our diversification enables us to operate extensively across the nation, supporting a wide range of landmark projects and providing variety and career development opportunities for our workforce. Join the Civmec Team A career opportunity has become available within Civmec's head office for a Document Controller. We are seeking a flexible and driven candidate with a minimum of 1 years' experience as a document controller within the construction and engineering sector. The Role In joining our existing Document Control team, your main responsibilities will include: Maintaining workflows, including the receiving, classifying, management, distributing, filing and archiving of documentation in accordance with Civmec and Client requirements. Ensuring standards for maintaining documentation within the Civmec Electronic Data Management System are adhered to. Coordinating vendor documentation, drawings, transmittals and engineering deliverables. Maintaining company standards for Quality Assurance purposes. Controlling the distribution of drawings and documentation in a timely manner. Ensuring document control activities are compliant with Civmec's policies, procedures and processes. Providing guidance and advice to project teams and other stakeholders on Document Control processes and compliance, as required. About You To be successful in your application you will possess: Prior experience working as a Document Controller within the civil construction, mining and resource industries on large scale projects. Demonstrate a high attention to detail and have proven organisational and time management skills. Proficient and demonstrated skills in all MS Office suites is essential. Civmec You At Civmec, we offer an inclusive workplace built on family values, with a 'Never Assume' culture, sustained by our experienced and supportive management team. We believe our workforce is our greatest asset, and that's why we provide an environment rich in career development opportunities to upskill and develop professionally. Our generous Reward and Recognition scheme recognises employees that go the extra mile. Our staff benefits scheme gives you access to accident and sickness insurance, and a range of travel, entertainment, vehicle and lifestyle discounts. How to Apply Please click the "apply" link to start your application. We look forward to starting the pathway to your career with Civmec. Alternatively, please email recruitmentcivmec.com.au for a confidential chat or call our Recruitment Team on (08) 6595 5888. Civmec is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We respectfully request no agency submissions. Follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram for news, updates and career opportunities • Sun, 18 FebCivmec Limited
Inventory Controller » Rooty Hill, Blacktown Area - Eastern Creek Location Monday to Friday 7-3 / 8-4 / 9-5 / 10-6 ( Rotating ) Temp to Perm Opportunity Key Responsibilities: Conducting stocktakes and file reconciliation, particularly in consignment. Performing cycle counts and managing consignment. Oversight of batch and expiry management. Efficient pick and pack operations for loan sets. Coordinating with couriers for timely deliveries. Managing stock levels and addressing excess stock. Executing stock adjustments through SAP. Facilitating the RFI process. To be considered, you must possess: Proficiency in SAP. Minimum of 3 years' experience in inventory management. Strong computer skills. Access to a reliable vehicle. Flexibility to rotate between shifts. Prior experience in the pharmaceutical industry is advantageous. This position guarantees longevity and stability. If you meet the requirements and seek an exciting opportunity, please apply or forward your resume to Jayoubindustriouspeople.com.au or call 9270 5214. • Sat, 17 FebSirius People
Document Controller » Western Australia, Australia - PPS are seeking a Document controller to support the project team whilst ensuring integrity, relevance and effectiveness in project delivery. PPS are seeking a Document controller to support the project team whilst ensuring integrity, relevance and effectiveness in project delivery. You will be responsible for maintaining efficient control of project related documents and records to ensure that all work is done from up-to-date revisions / versions and all evidence is appropriately filed. About the role: Work collaboratively with Senior Document controller to ensure data and key documents are stored correctly in relevant systems. Administer the document control system for the organisation, including coordinating the creation, maintenance, and updating of policies, procedures, forms and templates. Revision control / auditing of IMS documents, processes and procedures Update, maintain, archive and retrieve procedures, registers, trackers and databases in liaison with key stakeholders. Follow up on monthly reports and ensure these are submitted. Actively pursue any gaps in information that would negatively affect PPS and/or propose and agree through proper channels solutions to the problem Become familiar with and comply with the Management Systems contained on the company’s system including but not limited to the Quality, Safety and Environmental policies, plans and procedures. Interface with Project personnel and Contractor for any Document Control issues. Undertake the control, capture, registration, and dissemination of information across the Project team members and Asset/Operations in compliance with RTIO/BHP/FMG Document control processes and practices. To be considered for the role: Candidate MUST be in based in WA. Have a valid driver's licence. About the Company- PPS is a family-owned enterprise, operational since the 1950's. Today PPS offer a wide range of services that cover the entire project lifecycle from design management & engineering management to Earthworks/Civils, Installation, commissioning for water projects. The team are deeply ingrained with a people first mentality – without our workers the Company doesn’t exist – it is a testament to our strong teamwork and seamless client collaboration. Our vision drives us to deliver superior turnkey water solutions for the resource sector, while staying committed to environmental and social governance. It's our mission to execute projects with utmost care for our people and environment, ensuring we meet deadlines, budgets, and most importantly, our clients' quality expectations. Apply now through seek or send your resume through to recruitmentplummersps.com.au Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply. • Fri, 16 FebPlummers Industries
Financial Controller » Smithfield, Parramatta Area - Seeking a proactive financial leader to join our client's team in driving sustainable business growth. As a crucial member of the team, you'll collaborate closely with the LBU Controller to develop and execute strategic financial and operational plans. Client Details In the realm of cutting-edge energy solutions, our client stands as a global leader in pushing boundaries and driving progress. Trusted by diverse sectors worldwide, they offer innovative digital solutions across the energy spectrum, prioritising affordability, reliability, and sustainability. With expert teams adept at every stage of energy infrastructure, from planning to maintenance, they bolster flexibility and resilience in the face of evolving demands. Description Responsibilities: Collaborate with the LBU Controller to develop both short-term and long-term financial and operational plans. Oversee the business planning and forecasting process, offering insights to local and global management. Monitor manufacturing costs, product costing, and operational KPIs to support decision-making. Ensure compliance with financial standards such as SOX and Japan GAAP. Establish processes for transparent financial reporting and data integrity. Facilitate communication across functions to drive continuous improvement. Profile Bachelor's degree in business administration, finance, or accounting. 3 to 5 years of relevant experience, or equivalent combination of education and performance. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and SAP (CO/FI). Strong analytical skills and business acumen. Change management experience and excellent communication abilities. Job Offer If you're ready to contribute to a culture of excellence and innovation, while upholding values of safety and integrity, seize this opportunity to join the team and make a significant impact. Apply now to be a part of this exciting journey • Fri, 16 FebAdecco
Cost Controller » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - 12 February 2024 Projects Melbourne Full Time At Metro, we are one team, united in our purpose of moving Melbourne. We believe in fostering an environment where your skills, talents, and aspirations can thrive. We look forward to supporting you as you plan the next chapter of your career at Metro. Before applying for a new role at Metro, please notify your current manager. Metro Trains Melbourne are currently recruiting for a experienced Cost Controller to work as part of the Franchisee portfolio support current projects. As the Cost Controller your role is to provide cost control support for assigned projects, monitor and reporting of project costs and for the provision of project controls advice and support to Project Managers and Program Managers within the Portfolio. The role supports the projects across the project life cycle providing technical and strategic advice, analytical oversight and support and guidance to maximise business outcomes. This opportunity is offered on a full time max term contract till December 2024 Key Areas of Responsibility Create and maintain project cost reports throughout project lifecycles and ensure client requirements are met. Utilise standard cost control procedures and processes including WBS, monthly report, change control, management of budgets, forecasting, financial support relating to contract administration and project cost close out to help ensure a consistent approach across a portfolio of projects. Support Project Managers in decision making by constantly monitoring budget and expenditure changes, as well as providing regular updates of project status. Establish Work Order Number (WON) structure and budget establishment and ensure correct cost allocations against appropriate work orders. Assist project commercial risk monthly review processes including tracking drawdown & reassessing risk status and modelling. Assist provision of adequate information flow to Project Managers around budgets, expenditure, forecasts and progress to accommodate decision making. Support Project Managers with progress claim assessment, pricing schedule development, tender evaluation, contractor change assessment and contract financial close out. Produce monthly tracking information against budget to meet finance requirements. Maintain relationships between estimating, planning and procurement to assure information flow and awareness of all aspects of project controls. Apply earned value management techniques to interpret data and provide timely insight and recommendations on project and program performance. Contribute to cost control processes remaining fit for purpose by incorporating lessons learnt and feedback to optimise cost control processes and standards. Interface with external work parties and participate in internal cost review sessions with all disciplines to create robust forecast and project cost outcome reporting. Ensure compliance with project finance requirements to provide accurate, timely, quality accrual, cost and claim management processes. Desired Skills & Experience Tertiary Qualifications in Engineering, Finance / Business, Accounting or Equivalent High level of experience in using Excel, PowerBI and other MS suites Minimum 3 years’ experience in cost control or cost administration. Knowledge of current cost control and project management techniques. Good level of experience in using cost control systems and tools. High level of experience in using Word, Excel & Outlook. Experience in controlling costs throughout the project lifecycle. Ability to liaise / communicate effectively with all levels of management and staff (verbal and written). This is a fantastic opportunity to build on the career you've developed to date and take it to the next level by making a tangible impact that matters. If what you’ve read resonates with your values, experience, and career aspiration then we want to hear from you Please submit your application via our recruitment portal by COB Monday 19thof February, 2024 to be considered for this position. Metro’s commitment to a Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive culture Metro acknowledges the Victorian Traditional Owners of the land on which our rail network operates, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong peoples of the Kulin Nation. At Metro, we know that a diverse, equitable, and inclusive company is a more innovative and successful one that reflects the communities we serve. We strive for a workplace where everyone is treated fairly and respectfully. A workplace that provides equitable access to opportunities, resources, and where individuals can bring their whole selves to work. In addition, being recognised and rewarded for their contribution to our collective success. We are committed to fair, equitable and merit-based employment and recruitment practices, and we encourage all interested applicants to apply. • Wed, 14 FebMetro Trains Melbourne
Document Controller » Sydney, Sydney Region - ACCIONA is a global company, leading in the development of regenerative infrastructure that creates a positive impact on society. Our workforce consists of more than 45,500 professionals, present in more than 40 countries across the five continents, all contributing in our mission to design a better planet. Are you a passionate individual who wants to make a difference, promote sustainable development, and find solutions to the biggest global challenges including climate change, overpopulation, and water scarcity? Come and join us in building the infrastructure our planet needs to achieve a sustainable future. Job Description Career Development Growing business Iconic projects The Opportunity ACCIONA are leaders in design, consulting, analysis, technical advice for construction and construction supervision in the full range of civil engineering, industrial engineering and architectural projects. We are currently looking for a Document Controller to join our team in Sydney. In this role you will be responsible for maintaining efficient control of project related documents and records to ensure that all work is done from up-to-date revisions / versions and all evidence is appropriately filed. Key responsibilities: Ensure compliance with Document Control and Documentation Management Plan. Ensure accurate uploading and distribution of project related documents, records, and correspondence. Auditing, monitoring and ‘self-checking’ of project document control and records management activities. Contribute to the development of control checks and document control procedures, ensure they are followed and report any issues. Ensure that Team Binder is being used as the primary system for communication and document management. Ensure all new revisions of drawings and documents replicated in and appropriately distributed in Team Binder. Required Skills and Competencies Previous experience ideally in a Document Controller role ideally in Construction however not essential. Knowledge of or ability to learn AutoCAD and MicroStation Strong attention to detail Excellent communication skills. ACCIONA has been given the Top Employer 2022 & 2023 certification in Australia, which certifies the company's commitment to excellence in human resources management and those who focus on putting their people first through their exceptional HR policies. Since establishing a presence in Australia in 2002, ACCIONA has made significant investments in local opportunities and project development. ACCIONA employs more than 3,000 people in its renewable energy, infrastructure and water projects across Australia & New Zealand. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and promote equality and diversity. Indigenous Australians and candidates from minority groups are encouraged to apply. • Tue, 13 FebAcciona
Credit Controller » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - A manufacturing and construction company is seeking a Credit Controller to join the team. Your new company An international and well renowned manufacturing and construction company is seeking a Credit Controller to join their team on a permanent ongoing basis. You will be working at their Dandenong South site. You will be reporting to the Finance Manager and working alongside another credit controller. Your new role End-to-end credit control duties Invoicing and collection calls/duties Set up new accounts, credit limits and credit notes Reconciliations Monthly reports What you'll need to succeed Experience as a credit controller or accounts receivable officer Understanding of manufacturing or construction industry is beneficial. Experience with Pronto would be beneficial. Strong communication skills, both written & verbal Highly motivated and has a strong work ethic What you'll get in return Salary between $80,000-$90,000 Super depending on experience Chance to work with a large ledger Excellent team environment and close-knit team Convenient location in Dandenong South On-site parking What you need to do now If you’re interested in the role, forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to cameron.godwinhays.com.au. Alternatively, click ‘Apply Now’ or Call Cameron Godwin now on 9946 3556. If this job isn’t quite right for you, but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion about your career. 2844466 • Sun, 11 FebHAYS
Document Controller » Perth CBD, Perth - Providing exceptional support to current lead Document Controller whilst ensuring integrity, relevance and effectiveness in project delivery. Ensuring all Document Control processes are followed with all systems adhered to and in place. Working within Document Control team providing immediate support - if you are available, apply now Client Details Page Personnel is partnering with an national Australian mineral resources company, focusing on building and developing their own local project. Description Providing direct support to current Document Control staff working on a number of large business projects Undertake all Document Control activities in accordance with company processes Be accountable for all project related transmittal's, requests, and the distribution of documents internally and externally to ensure strict compliance with the approved distribution matrix and document management procedures. Ensure that there is effective and timely registration, maintenance, and distribution of all documentation relating to project delivery or business. Manage and distribute documents on the Project's or company's behalf as and when required. Assist the Lead Document Controller to improve on the document management plans, procedures, and work instructions. Preparation and distribution of all Document Control related reports as and when required. Profile High level experience in previous Document Control roles Experience in using InEight Document Ability to work in fast paced environment Successful in adhering to and meeting strict deadlines Excellent and clear Communication Skills - written and verbal High level attention to detail Ability to multi-task and prioritise Contribute positively to a team environment Job Offer Immediate Start, due to finish beginning-mid March 2024 Competitive Salary Central Location, close to public transport Working within supportive team environment To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Georgia Taylor at 0478 256 987 • Sat, 10 FebPPAU Office Support
Traffic Controller » Aitkenvale, Townsville - "Join the KPI Crew – where cool meets career in the heart of Townsville We're on the lookout for dynamic Traffic Controllers to rock the scene Monday to Saturday. If you're a trendsetter with a vibe for success, this is your backstage pass Why be a KPI Star? Score with EBA Pay rates: $49.00 to $62.00 per hour. Jet-set with a Daily Travel Allowance that's as hip as your playlist. Cruise in style with provided PPE and your very own Traffic Ute – it's not just a job; it's a ride Elevate your career in a growth-focused environment that speaks your language. Groove to the rhythm of weekly pay, plus overtime perks and penalty rate beats. Your VIP Access Pass: Showcase your street smarts with a minimum of 12 months in the Traffic Control groove. Flash your Construction White Card and a Manual Drivers Licence like the boss you are. Embrace your Aussie spirit – Citizenship is the backstage pass to our crew. Be the local legend: Townsville-based or within 50kms. Wave your Level 1 Traffic Ticket and TMI Ticket – you're ready to hit the road. Communicate with the swagger of a rockstar – strong communication skills are your mic-drop moment. Step into the limelight with KPI – where your career isn't just a gig; it's the ultimate experience for the young, hip, and ready to conquer" • Sat, 10 FebKPI Services
Maintenance Controller » Kilburn, Port Adelaide Area - Wattyl are a part of the growing global Hempel company, producing a broad range of paints, varnishes, lacquers and special purpose protective coatings. We are seeking an energetic and motivated Maintenance Controller to join our team. Located at Kilburn , this position is offered as a Permanent Fulltime Position on Day shift (with flexibility to work afternoons to cover leave etc) As a Maintenance Controller you will: Be responsible for the daily maintenance of the plant control systems, reviewing work generated by the CMMS and update information as required Work on the tools (80%) and work with the Maintenance Manager performing administrative tasks such as scheduling and entering information into the CMMS (20%) Perform maintenance tasks as well as trouble shooting and fault finding on machinery Delegate tasks between the team ensuring all maintenance needs are met Stores and parts managment Implement and maintain HSE policies and procedures to ensure a high standard of safety performance In order to be considered you will have: A Maintenance trade Qualification (Fitter) and a Minimum 5 years maintenance experience Experience with CMMS database ideally MEX or similar Skills in mig welding essential Strong planning and organsiational skills Good communication skills working with staff at all levels Attention to Detail and the ability to think logically and strategically when fixing an issue Collaborating well with others and working well in a team environment or on your own Wattyl knows that a great business needs a fantastic team, this is only possible with dedicated employees with diverse perspectives and backgrounds. Therefore, Wattyl is committed to creating an inclusive work environment and culture that embraces the diversity of our employees and the customers we serve, providing equal opportunity for all. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women and the LGBTIQA community. If this sounds like you, then get moving and apply now Please note you must have unrestricted valid rights to work in Australia - Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency to apply. • Fri, 09 FebHempel
Credit Controller » The Rocks, Sydney - Build your career with an Australian leader Work with and learn from a talented and dedicated team As a highly commercial international organisation, you will find yourself working with a forward thinking and innovative organisation. In return, the company offers excellent training and support set in professional offices with a great working environment. Due to growth in the team, a rare opportunity has arisen for a Credit Controller join our team in Lidcombe on a permanent basis. The main duties for this role include, but will not be limited to: Liaising with customers on a daily basis in relation to their accounts Managing a debtors ledger of customers once trained Reviewing collection activities and the status of outstanding accounts with your manager on a weekly basis Handling arrangements/activities of collection agents on delinquent Preparing documents for bad debt write-offs and lodge claims/proof of debts against liquidators/receivers Requirements: The ideal candidate will possess: The capacity to achieve results with minimum supervision Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Self-Motivation, ability to work in a team and autonomously Intermediate Microsoft Office skills The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment medical and background checks. About Us: Rentokil Initial is a member of the FTSE 100 of leading companies. This is a growing and successful business - we employ some 38,000 colleagues across 66 countries – and offer a wide range of learning and development programmes for colleagues to enhance their skills. If you are looking for an exciting role with the opportunity to advance your career and have strong analytic skills coupled with the ability to communicate with a broad range of customers across a range of commercially sensitive issues relating to outstanding debt then this is the role for you APPLY NOW • Fri, 09 FebRentokil Initial
Financial Controller » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company Our client is a utilities organisation with a variety of projects in the sustainability and renewables sphere. The business is in a scale-up stage which has generated the need for an additional resource in the finance function to manage day-to-day activities and interact with projects and process improvement initiatives. The offices reside in an accessible location within the CBD, with work conditions complimented by a flexible work from home structure that mandates only 2 days in office. There is a focus on internal culture and positive workplace relationships which is instilled at the executive level. The right candidate should expect to play an integral part in promoting a healthy office environment. The Role This is a financial controller role which will see you oversee various commercial projects and the finance function. Your role includes the following: Guide and participate in the statutory reporting and year-end processes Lead the audit compliance process ensuring completion at an appropriate timeline Develop board packs and present financial reports to the C-Suite Management of financial risks and comprehensive accounting standards Ensure month-end and monthly management processes are completed diligently Supervise cash-flow management and budgeting processes Manage financial queries and provide guidance to operational partners Manage all business compliance and verify standards are met Set performance goals and ensure all staff receive adequate training Work with senior stakeholders to establish new processes and reporting practices Your Skills and Experience CPA or CA qualification Robust technical accounting skillset Impeccable communication skills and demonstrated management experience Exceptional business analysis skills Creative mindset and demonstrated experience building better processes and reporting practices Advanced Excel and data analytics skillset Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button. Suitable candidates will be contacted directly via their application in the next 14 days. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Job Reference Number: 06810-0012901930 CF By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Thu, 08 FebRobert Half
Financial Controller » Yarraville, Maribyrnong Area - Our client is one of Australia's leading manufacturers within the industrial/construction sector. The business has grown from strength to strength in recent times and they are now growing their finance team to enable further growth. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Financial Controller to join their team in the Western suburbs, Melbourne. Responsibilities: Manage the month-end and year-end financial reporting Preparation of management reports including Leadership Reports Management and responsibility of annual audit process Oversee and approve general ledger accounts including the resolution of irregularities Ensure financial records are maintained in compliance with accounting standards and adherence to internal control and company's policies Ensure compliance of BAS, FBT, R&D incentives and other taxation requirements Management of Company Legal Entity structure and ASIC requirement Supervise the cost base, freight and SG&A spend and participate towards cost reduction opportunities Manage the cash flow reporting including authorisation of payments. Maintain accuracy of the product cost base and stock reporting/ analysis Weekly sales and margin reporting Provide support to commercial managers and other stakeholders in the business What you'll bring to the role: Minimum 5 years' experience in finance CPA/CA qualification Commercial business acumen with strong interpersonal and communication skills Ability to analyse and provide meaningful insights on financial reports Self-driven, organised with the ability to work independently • Thu, 08 FebMARS PARTNERSHIP PTY. LTD.
Maintenance Controller » Middle Park, Port Phillip - · ASX 300 listed financial services organisation · Flexible & hybrid working arrangements · Sydney or Melbourne location Do you want to: · work in an organisation where 98% of all team members believe that their manager genuinely cares about their well-being and feels valued? · understand the strategic direction of your organisation and how your effort contributes to success? · work in an inclusive environment who is proudly a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality? · work for a climate Active CERTIFIED Carbon Neutral fleet management organisation? · be recognised and rewarded for your performance? · work for an organisation where ‘C-A-R-E’ are their values? · have career opportunities, a voice that’s heard, and a fast-paced, dynamic yet flexible working environment? If so, then FleetPartners might be the place for you. FleetPartners Group is an ASX 300 listed financial services, vehicle management, and employee benefits company. We support all types and sizes of businesses to acquire and effectively manage their vehicles, with over 93,000 vehicles currently under management. We also help everyday Australians to maximise their salary by administering employee benefit programs and help them to get into the car of their dreams. Who we’re looking for: The primary focus of a Maintenance Controller is to effectively and efficiently manage the maintenance programs of Eclipx customers/accounts. In particular the Maintenance Controller is to have a strong focus on cost control/cost reduction and reliability whilst providing excellent customer service. Ensuring maintenance is carried out in accordance with Eclipx service, repair and warranty guidelines without compromise to safety. What you’ll be doing: Lead key customer/key account Maintenance programs Deliver outstanding customer service outcomes to all stakeholders Complete and provide key customers reporting as needed Reconciliation of issued work authorities Delivery of Maintenance Services as outlined in Maintenance policy/procedures Provide authorisation and management of repairs and maintenance to ensure the vehicle is returned to operational in the quickest and most cost-effective timeframe possible Product Diagnostics in collaboration with suppliers Provide expertise as a Maintenance SME for Commercial vehicles Maintain Data Integrity within the ERP by ensuring all maintenance coding is completed in accordance with policy Manage Maintenance Inclusions/Exclusions ensuring customers are informed of charges Maintain good relationships and communicate with key Account Managers Collaborate and participate in team activities to improve the delivery of services Provide support to the business by participating in initiatives and projects as required Other duties as required Requirements Essential Trade qualified in motor mechanics or similar Moderate to advanced computer skills specifically in excel Excel – moderate to advanced Problem solving skills Highly analytical - analysing information Build rapport with various stakeholders, relationship management skills Desired Advance experience in a similar role (SME related) Experience in a similar role prior experience with case management Understanding of Maintenance & Reliability basic practices Understanding of quality tools such as Failure Modes Effects Analysis and Root Cause Analysis Benefits 7 additional days of annual leave per year. 16 weeks paid parental leave for primary careers, regardless of gender and with no minimum tenure and 4 weeks paid leave for secondary carers. a ‘Dress for your Day’ policy. flexible and hybrid working arrangements. Rewards programme, including a range of discounts from a variety of retailers an extensive range of other employee benefits. • Thu, 08 FebFleetPartners
Traffic Controller » Ulverstone, Central Coast - Searson Buck are seeking experienced Traffic Controllers for our client based in Ulverstone. Experienced Traffic Controller with qualifications / accreditation provided within the last 12 months. To be successful in this role you must: Directing vehicular flow and pedestrians Setting up signage and safety barriers Applying a road management plan Use signs to control traffic Cleaning and maintaining signs and equipment The main responsibility of a traffic controller is to help maintain a safe environment for workers and pedestrians Directing people on how to safely navigate around the job site Before work begins, the traffic controller and site supervisor implement traffic control plans If you have the above skills and are interested in hearing more, please APPLY NOW • Thu, 08 FebSearson Buck
Maintenance Controller » Beacon Hill, Manly Area - Maintenance Controller - Permanent full-time position Brookvale Family-Owned Legacy: Join Kennards Hire, a beloved family-owned company since 1948 Maintenance Excellence: Oversee efficient workshop operations, including equipment maintenance and repairs. Continuous Growth: Embrace learning, develop professionally, empower your career Values: Embrace core principles like One Family, Fair Dinkum, and Taking Hire Higher. Access to ANZ biggest tool shed Uniforms Provided: Get safety gear and uniforms for a professional look. $84,463 salary package ($76,093 base salary super) profit share bonus weekend allowance Our mission is to be the best hire company in the world. We don't want to be the biggest, we want to be the best. And by being the best, we are committed to sustainable growth and innovation for the benefit our customers, our people and Kennards Hire. And with over 90% of our people telling us they think Kennards Hire is a Great Place to Work, we think that's pretty awesome Some of the things our people have told us make Kennards Hire a Great Place to Work include: their team mates; the care and inclusiveness we show each other; that our people's safety is a priority; and how everyone works together to live our values. Not to mention the birthday and employee anniversary celebration cakes and BBQs About the role As the Maintenance Controller you will oversee the branch workshop and provide customers with an exceptional level of service through maintenance/repair of small motor powered equipment to our high quality standards. You will also support other branches within the network in the utilisation and/or repair of hire equipment between branches as required. This role requires you to: Perform operational equipment repairs and servicing maintenance and documentation in accordance with Kennards "Ready for Hire" Quality standards Overseeing the efficient operation of the branch workshop, maintenance of equipment, ordering of parts, coordination of Preventative Maintenance Program (PMP) services and task allocations for the serviceperson drivers in the branch. Provide support to other branches within the 'area' / state in the utilisation and/or repair of hire equipment between branches as required and may involve working at other branches Perform branch facilities cleaning and maintenance as required Perform all reasonable tasks requested by the Branch Manager/Assistant Manager/Duty Manager or Area manager Perform pickup/delivery and loading/unloading of equipment The availability to work weekends on a rotating roster About you At least 3 years' experience in a similar role or field with a proven track record of strong equipment maintenance and servicing A proven ability to be adaptable to changing priorities and work conditions including the ability to both work as part of a team and to work autonomously to complete tasks within required timeframes Time management skills including the ability to plan ahead and reschedule in accordance with changes in priorities A valid Driver's licence Why join the family We are Australia and New Zealand's largest family-owned equipment hire company and our values are at the heart of everything we do; One Family, Fair Dinkum, Taking Hire Higher & Every Customer a Raving Fan. We offer great Benefits & Rewards such as; Profit Share bonus Paid Parental Leave Extensive training and development throughout your career with us Career progression and internal transfer opportunities - across state and international borders Staff discount rates on our hire gear Access to our employee benefits program including discounts on insurance, eye care, travel and more Annual Awards night, Team BBQs and many other fun social events Simply hit the Apply Now button and we look forward to talking with you • Thu, 08 FebKennards Hire
Traffic Controller » Hallam, Casey Area - Traffic Controllers/ UTE Drivers/ TMA Drivers Are you looking for a rewarding career in the dynamic field of traffic management? Join our team of dedicated professionals as we expand our operations in Melbourne. We currently have openings for: Traffic Controllers: No experience required. Must hold the White Card. Current Traffic Control Tickets (RIIWHS302D and RIIWHS205D). TMA Drivers: Must have a TMA ticket. Current Traffic Control Tickets (RIIWHS302D and RIIWHS205D) Current First Aid and CPR highly desirable. Current White Card Ute Drivers: Minimum 6 months of driving experience. Victorian driver’s license (Manual an advantage). Current First Aid and CPR highly desirable. Current Traffic Control Tickets (RIIWHS302D and RIIWHS205D) Current White Card Qualifications and Requirements: Good written, verbal, and communication skills. Ability to work effectively in a team environment. Availability for various shifts, including days, nights, weekends, and on-call (we operate 24/7). Proficient in using a smartphone. Must be able to stand for extended periods in diverse weather conditions. Benefits: Immediate start for experienced individuals. Award wages, including Superannuation and Coinvest. How to Apply: Visit https://itrafic.staffd.me/applicants/apply-now/traffic-controller to submit your application. About iTrafic Traffic Management & Labour Hire Services: Leaders in Traffic Management & Labour HireItrafic is a Vic Roads Accredited traffic management company and licensed Labour Hire provider based in Melbourne with Depots in the South East and North of Melbourne Servicing the Melbourne CBD, Greater Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula, South Gippsland and Regional Victoria Itrafic can provide all your Traffic Management and Labour Hire needs with a large variety of plant and equipment to service client needs. With an experienced team; Itrafic provides innovative and cost effective solutions for our clients • Tue, 06 FebiTrafic Traffic Management & Labour Hire Services
Controls Engineer » Australia - We currently have an opportunity for a motivated and talented Controls Engineer to join our Engineering Group. This position plays a leading role in the deployment of electrical control systems. This includes design, documentation, testing and commissioning of materials handling automation hardware and PLC software. The position also provides substantial opportunities to travel across a number of our customer locations in order to fulfil the work requirements. Key responsibilities of the position include: - Development of functional specifications - Conformance to OHS&E standards in the design and execution of all work - Preparation of electrical schematic drawings, PLC programs and configuration of operator interfaces - Preparation of manufacturing and installation specifications - Planning and supervision of major controls installations - Managing the procurement of parts, the manufacture of cabinets and the electrical installation - Controls project cost control - Testing and commissioning on customer sites - Preparation of test plans and operator & technical manuals - Training of client personnel and providing customer support - Handing over projects to our Customer Service team What we offer: Key skills, qualifications and attributes include: Degree qualified in an Engineering or scientific discipline Ideal role for those with 5-7 years experience in electrical design and installation Sound knowledge of requirements of AS3000 & AS4024.1 Experience in machine control, safety and functional safety principles Knowledge of materials handling system controls Experience in writing of technical documentation Knowledge of configuration, programming and commissioning of PLCs (Siemens S7 preferred), variable speed drives, barcode scanners and safety devices Experience in managing installation crews Willingness to travel during the installation and commissioning phase of a project within Australia and occasionally overseas Ability to work in project based environment as part of a multi-disciplinary engineering team Our ideal candidate will have a professional manner and display a dedication to providing a high quality output as well as the ability to work effectively under pressure in business-critical environments. An attractive salary package is on offer to the right candidate, as well as outstanding career opportunities. Tasks and Qualifications: Dematic Pty Ltd is a world leading supplier in the integrated logistics and material handling industry. We provide intelligent logistics solutions for manufacturing and distribution, as well as comprehensive automation and advanced warehouse software solutions, tailored to our clients' needs. Our innovative portfolio meets the demands of an ever changing supply chain landscape and is designed to deliver a clear competitive edge. • Sun, 04 FebKION Group

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