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HD Fitter| Western Ridge Crusher Project » Perth, Perth Region - CPB Contractors is Australia’s leading contractor and the largest infrastructure construction company in our region. Part of the CIMIC Group, we are proud to be constructing Australia’s future and do so collaboratively with our partners and clients. We hire for careers, not project life. CPB Contractors has more than 50 major infrastructure projects in delivery, across all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads and bridges, rail, tunnelling, defence, airports, buildings, and resources, providing you with career opportunities for years to come. The Project CPB Constructors, in Alliance partnership with Sedgman, SC Joint Venture (SCJV) has been selected by BHP to undertake the Western Ridge Crusher Project, involving construction of a new primary crusher, a 12-kilometre overland conveyor, radial stacker, and associated stockpiling systems, with a capacity of 30Mtpa. The Project is located on Nyiyaparli Country, approximately 21 Kilometres southwest of Newman, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Works are commencing now, and will go through until mid 2026. Your opportunity Join CPB Contractors as a full-time employee and contribute to the success of one of Australia's largest contractors. Engage with industry leaders from project start-up, working on a fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) basis with a balanced 14 days on and 7 days off schedule. We have opportunities for experienced HD Fitters to join our team. Our minimum requirements for this role are: Trade Qualification – Automotive Heavy or similar RIISAM301 Test operational Functions of Vehicles and Equipment Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment (desirable) Australian Driver’s Licence Construction site experience, in a similar FIFO role, 2-3 years minimum Hold unit of competency CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safety in the construction industry, or upload previously completed white card again USI, state equivalent to CPCCWHS1001 and still within the construction industry, and be registered under Construction Induction Training Card Database Strong safety awareness Why CPB Contractors? Career Development: Grow your skills with ongoing training and internal promotion opportunities. Diverse Opportunities: We offer diverse, challenging work on some of the world’s biggest resources, and infrastructure projects. Competitive Benefits: Enjoy a competitive remuneration package, health and wellbeing programs, discount portals, and company-funded salary continuance insurance. Innovative Culture: Thrive in an environment that values diversity and fosters innovation. Please note: This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Sat, 18 MayCIMIC
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Boilermaker - WA » East Pilbara Area, Broome Region - Given our extensive client base and increased demand, we are looking for teams of Fixed & Mobile Plant Boilermakers with all levels Flexible rosters Got experience in mobile plant welding? Join our team today to be the best in your trade Ready Resources (RR) provides solutions to large mining clients across the Pilbara Region and beyond for their labour hire, maintenance and asset management needs. As an industry leader in these fields, we are available for ongoing long term engagement or on an ad-hoc basis in peak load periods. We are looking for teams of Fixed Plant Boilermakers with all levels of experience to join our team for casual field service, back fill, break down and shut crews. Ongoing roles will be on an 8:6 & 7:7 Roster What We Offer: Rates Up to $80 per hour Superannuation Opportunity to join our Industry Leading Client with good performance Work on some of the best sites and camps in the Pilbara Tailor-made development/Ongoing training programs to ensure we have the best people in the field. Great company culture and be treated like family Employee Referral Bonuses work alongside your friends or family Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Exceptional industry safety track record and health promotion Relocation assistance or FIFO from where you are available What you'll need 3 Years Relevant Experience Post Trade AUS/NZ Recognised Trade Certificate Fixed Plant Mine Site Experience Previous Shut Down Experience - Preferrable but not essential WAH ticket First Attack Firefighting Certificate - Essential Valid C Class (minimum requirement) Ability to pass a Pre-Employment Medical and Drug Screen 100% commitment to safety, quality and best practice If you're ready to join a close team and take on your new career move please apply now by clicking the Apply link . For further information contact us - careersreadyresources.com Ready Resources is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to apply Only successful applicants will be contacted. • Sat, 08 JunReady Resources
Senior Field Officer Full-time Temporary with a Possibility of Permanency » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - This position sits in the Fire Management Unit (FMU) within the ACT Parks and Conservation Service (PCS). The section is responsible for the planning and delivery of bushfire mitigation and preparedness activities, management of the ACT fire trail network on public lands and commercial forestry operations. An essential and expanding part of the work undertaken by the FMU is the incorporation across the landscape of both Ngunnawal cultural burning and ecological burning. FMU are looking for skilled and enthusiastic people to fill the role of Senior Field Officer, these are diverse positions that provide amazing opportunity to work across Canberra assisting in the protection of biodiversity and sustainable management practices in the ACT's reserves and rural lands. Keen to know more? We’re holding information sessions at 6pm and 7:30pm on the 18th June. Places are limited, so make sure to register by calling/emailing the relevant Contact Officer between the hours of 8:30am – 4:30pm. You can find their details in the links below. Eligibility/Other requirements: Mandatory: Applicants who do not possess nationally recognised qualifications to the equivalent of ACT RFS level of Bushfire fighter, or higher must be prepared and able to attain the qualifications. Full training will be provided to successful applicants. Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - Working with vulnerable people (WWVP) registration (act.gov.au) Be currently able and prepared to undertake and maintain the Arduous level of the national firefighting task based assessment (fire fitness). Be prepared to wear a uniform and work a shift roster, weekends, public holidays or evening shifts at any PCS worksite on an ‘as needs’ basis. Possess a current manual driver’s licence. Desirable: MR Truck license. Note: These are temporary positions available for 10 months with possibility of extension up to 12 month and/or permanency. Estimated start date is 2nd September 2024. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. Currently, the FMU is trialling a 9-day fortnight. This entails a Monday to Friday week one, week two Monday to Thursday, as well as regular rostered after hours, weekend and public holidays as required, particularly during the declared bushfire season. Subject to the outcome of this trial, the 9-day fortnight will be implemented permanently or return to standard Monday to Friday hours with access to rostered days off. How to Apply: Please submit a written application addressing the Selection Criteria and eligibility requirements specified in the Position Description, limiting responses to 250 word per criteria, along with your current curriculum vitae, listing two referees and their contact details. Late applications or applications that do not address the Selection Criteria will not be assessed. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI Note These are temporary positions available for 10 months with possibility of extension up to 12 month and/or permanency. • Fri, 07 JunACT Government
Welder » 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 $900 million 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 This is a great opportunity to join our structural team working on the Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges Project located in Victoria Park. The Project The Causeway Link Alliance, comprising Civmec Construction and Engineering Pty Ltd, Seymour Whyte Constructions Pty Ltd, WSP Australia Pty Ltd and Main Roads, has been appointed to design and construct this iconic Project. The project will consist of the design and construction of two cable-stayed bridges, including a 6-metre-wide shared path linking Victoria Park foreshore, Heirisson Island and Perth's CBD at Point Fraser What's on offer Expected project completion in 2024. Onsite parking. Local position with a family friendly work schedule - , be home every night. Perth Metro location. Opportunity to join our growing construction division and be part of this iconic project. The Role Experience on FCAW (gas shielded) welding - ideally with working knowledge of Lincoln LN25 wire feeders. Advantageous if you can also pass a MMAW stick test. About You To be successful in the role you will possess the following: Nationally recognised Construction Safety Awareness Card. Previous construction experience. Recognised Welding certificate. Working at heights (desirable). Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment CPPFES2005A OR CPPFES2005 (desirable). Enter and Work in Confined Space RIIWHS202D or RIIWHS202E (desirable). Gas Test Atmospheres MSMWHS217 (desirable) . Willingness to complete a pre-employment medical, including drug & alcohol screening. 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 discount scheme gives you discounts on a range of travel, entertainment, vehicle and lifestyle choices. 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 • Fri, 07 JunCivmec Limited
Forest and Fire Operations Officer - Technical Lead (Bairnsdale) » Bairnsdale, VIC - description. Successful applicants will be required to successfully complete the DEECA General Firefighter accreditation. To be eligible... • Thu, 06 JunState Government of Victoria$66265 - 74200 per year

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GIS Analyst » Bomaderry, Nowra-Bomaderry - QinetiQ is a global defence and security company and employs more than 8500 people in more than 50 locations around the world. We offer our customers premier expertise in advice, services and creative technology-based products and help solve some of their most challenging problems. Our determination to deliver and improve today and anticipate and shape tomorrow, makes QinetiQ a very exciting, rewarding and respected place to work and learn. Globally QinetiQ has four Sectors, one of which is the 'Australia Sector''. The Australia Sector has more than 1,200 employees operating across four countries, namely Australia, Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom. Headquartered in Nowra, New South Wales, QinetiQ Air Affairs, part of QinetiQ's Threat Representation business unit, provides targets and training services, and electronic warfare capabilities to the Australian Defence Force, in addition to aerial surveillance and reconnaissance in support of government firefighting efforts. Air Affairs owns and operates a fleet of special mission aircraft and maintains an advanced manufacturing and engineering facility providing design, manufacture and certification operations. We are looking for a suitably qualified GIS Analyst to join our Bushfire and flood-mapping reconnaissance team based in Nowra. As a GIS Analyst you will be supporting our aircraft and scanner operators/aircrew to deliver information crucial to the effective searching for and mapping fire and flood areas. We currently operates a fleet of specially modified Learjet and King Air aircraft to conduct wide area bushfire surveillance, multispectral imaging and aeromedical operations throughout Australia. Liaising with government agencies, emergency services, our aircrew and pilots your day to day role as a GIS Analyst will include; Collating and curating a variety of multispectral images received from our aircraft Ensuring our clients receive the information required as part of our contract Developing operational improvements to help enhance and streamline mission planning, processing and delivery of imagery data Liaising with our aircraft teams to select and develop the best outcomes for our clients What you will receive; A career opportunity within a global defence company A role that will see you take part in unique aviation experiences To be considered for this role you will need; To be willing to be within 1 hr of Nowra for at least the first 8 weeks for training, after that the role can be remotely located. IT skills and experience with GIS software such as QGIS, ENVI, Global Mapper or similar A willingness to work on call at short notice High levels of awareness and a safety first attitude Willingness to gain a defence security clearance (Australian Citizenship required) If you have any questions about the role or would like to know more please contact Ruth Harrison - Talent Acquisition Specialist - 07 3031 0233 or email rlharrisonqinetiq.com.au Looking for an Employer with Benefits? At QinetiQ, our competitive remuneration and benefits package supports your evolving needs throughout your career. You'll share in the company's success, and be rewarded for your own. We'll invest in your professional development and provide an inclusive environment for you to succeed. LI-RH1 LI-Onsite As the defence industry in Australia grows, it is an exciting time to join QinetiQ. What the company looks like today will be different to that of tomorrow as we navigate an ever changing world. To innovate for our customers' advantage we value the need for diversity of thought in everything we do. We provide a flexible and inclusive environment where our people can bring their whole selves to work, meaningfully contribute and have equal opportunity to succeed. We actively seek applications from people who come from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Aligned with our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Reconciliation Action Plan, we also encourage applications from women, veterans and First Nations people. QinetiQ conducts pre-employment screening, including but not limited to identity verification and police checks, for all preferred candidates. • Thu, 06 JunQinetiq
Airborne Sensor Operator - Jandakot » Perth CBD, Perth - QinetiQ is a global defence and security company and employs more than 8500 people in more than 50 locations around the world. We offer our customers premier expertise in advice, services and creative technology-based products and help solve some of their most challenging problems. Our determination to deliver and improve today and anticipate and shape tomorrow, makes QinetiQ a very exciting, rewarding and respected place to work and learn. Globally QinetiQ has four Sectors, one of which is the 'Australia Sector''. The Australia Sector has more than 1,200 employees operating across four countries, namely Australia, Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom. Headquartered in Nowra, New South Wales, QinetiQ Air Affairs, part of QinetiQ's Threat Representation business unit, provides targets and training services, and electronic warfare capabilities to the Australian Defence Force, in addition to aerial surveillance and reconnaissance in support of government firefighting efforts. Air Affairs owns and operates a fleet of special mission aircraft and maintains an advanced manufacturing and engineering facility providing design, manufacture and certification operations. We are currently looking for an Airborne Sensor Operator to join our bushfire and flood-mapping reconnaissance team based at Jandakot, WA. As an Airborne Sensor Operator you will be supporting the delivery of information crucial to the effective searching for and mapping fire and flood areas. We operate a fleet of specially modified King Air aircraft and conduct wide area bushfire surveillance, multispectral imaging and aeromedical operations throughout Australia. Liaising with government agencies, emergency services, our GIS analysts and pilots your day to day role will include; Planning and prosecution of missions Ensuring our clients receive the information required as part of our contract Operating a suite of mission and sensor systems Liaising with the flight crew and ground teams to select and develop the best outcomes for our clients What you will receive; A career opportunity within a global defence company A role that will see you take part in unique aviation experiences To be considered for this role you will ideally; Be willing to be located within 1 hr of Jandakot Have experience with aerial survey, special missions or similar, such as drone mapping, GIS, survey or asset inspection (not essential but an understanding of mapping is preferred) Have a good working knowledge of Windows operating systems and networking functions Be willing to work on call at short notice Have high levels of awareness and a safety first attitude Experience seeing the big picture and adherence to strict protocols around safety and procedures If you have any questions about the role or would like to know more please contact Ruth Harrison - Talent Acquisition Specialist - 07 3031 0233 or email rlharrisonqinetiq.com.au Looking for an Employer with Benefits? At QinetiQ, our competitive remuneration and benefits package supports your evolving needs throughout your career. You'll share in the company's success, and be rewarded for your own. We'll invest in your professional development and provide an inclusive environment for you to succeed. Candidates will need to be eligible to obtain an Australian Government Security Clearance. As the defence industry in Australia grows, it is an exciting time to join QinetiQ. What the company looks like today will be different to that of tomorrow as we navigate an ever changing world. To innovate for our customers' advantage we value the need for diversity of thought in everything we do. We provide a flexible and inclusive environment where our people can bring their whole selves to work, meaningfully contribute and have equal opportunity to succeed. We actively seek applications from people who come from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Aligned with our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Reconciliation Action Plan, we also encourage applications from women, veterans and First Nations people. QinetiQ conducts pre-employment screening, including but not limited to identity verification and police checks, for all preferred candidates. • Thu, 06 JunQinetiq
Field Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - This position sits in the Fire Management Unit within the ACT Parks and Conservation Service (PCS). The section is responsible for the planning and delivery of bushfire mitigation and preparedness activities, management of the ACT fire trail network on public lands and commercial forestry operations. An essential and expanding part of the work undertaken by the FFR unit is the incorporation across the landscape of both Ngunnawal cultural burning and ecological burning. The Fire Management Unit are looking for skilled and enthusiastic people to fill the role of Field Officer, these are diverse positions that provide amazing opportunity to work across Canberra assisting in the protection of biodiversity and sustainable management practices in the ACT's reserves and rural lands. Keen to know more? We're holding information sessions at 6pm and 7:30pm on the 18th June. Places are limited, so make sure to register by calling/emailing the relevant Contact Officer between the hours of 7:30am - 4:15pm. You can find their details in the links below. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Mandatory: Applicants who do not possess nationally recognised qualifications to the equivalent of ACT RFS level of Bushfire fighter, or higher must be prepared and able to attain the qualifications. Full training will be provided to successful applicants. Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - Working with vulnerable people (WWVP) registration (act.gov.au). Be currently able and prepared to undertake and maintain the Arduous level of the national firefighting task based assessment (fire fitness). Be prepared to wear a uniform and work a shift roster, weekends, public holidays or evening shifts at any PCS worksite on an 'as needs' basis. Possess a current manual driver's licence. Notes: These are temporary positions available for 10 months with possibility of extension and/or permanency. Estimated start date is 2nd September 2024. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. nrmjobs.com.au/job/20022095 • Wed, 05 JunACT Parks and Conservation Service
Firefighters » Perth CBD, Perth - Calling all local Firefighters Do you want to be home every night? Are you seeking a new challenge and don't know where to start? Seeking all local Firefighters Multiple positions for experienced fire fighters to assist our client on a range of RAAF bases around our wide state. The applicants will be assisting the existing Aviation Fire and Rescue operations team located at either RAAF Base Pearce or Gingin. You will be joining a great team of professionals with ongoing employment opportunities. Please note all positions come with a mix of expected rosters as follows: Monday to Friday 7am to 4pm Monday to Thursday 3pm to 12:30am OSOS Alliance are seeking experience personnel that are looking for a change of lifestyle and ideally would like to be home every night. The successful applicants will need to be able to obtain and maintain a Defense Security Clearance and as such will need to be an Australian Citizen. An ADF police check, and pre-employment medical are mandatory. These roles offer security of long-term employment and the ability to move between different sites as per operational requirements. OSOS Alliance are part of the PRM Management Group of Companies a specialist recruitment provider with a national reach. We take pride in building long term relationships that are sustainable and support our clients across mining and resources, energy, and construction sectors. To register your interest please apply using the link provided. • Wed, 05 JunOSOS Alliance
Team Lead Forest and Fire Fleet Operations » Australia - Are you looking for a way to make a genuine difference, utilise your problem-solving skills, and enhance the safety of forest firefighters? The Team Lead Forest and Fire Fleet Operations is a dynamic and rewarding role, leading the operation and maintenance of a large fleet of mobile plant, specialised firefighting fleet, and other high-risk assets within DEECA. The position leads a small and dedicated team to design and deliver effective high-value maintenance strategies and programs, coordinate response to technical issues and provide authoritative advice, and lead high-quality stakeholder engagement activities across Victoria. You'll need to enjoy working in a fast-paced environment requiring responsiveness and collaboration and will need a highly developed ability to deliver strategic prioritisation to meet organisational objectives. This role would suit someone with an established understanding of how effective program coordination at a state-level leads to enhanced operational delivery; and who values a strong focus on safety. You'll work in a flexible, supportive, and solution-focused team, with plenty of scope to influence initiatives and deliver innovative ways of working. Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications Proven high-level skills and experience in team leadership, service delivery and stakeholder engagement Experience or demonstrated knowledge of heavy fleet and plant management highly desirable This is an ongoing position. The work location for this position is flexible within Victoria with hybrid work arrangements available. To be considered for this position, applicants are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter (no longer than 2 pages) summarising their skills and relevant experience. For further information please refer to the attached position description. Applications close at midnight on Monday, 17 June 2024. Other relevant information: Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including a Declaration and Consent form and a National Police Check. To be eligible for appointment to this role, applicants will possess corresponding work rights for the advertised employment period. Appointment to an ongoing position is only available to an Australian/New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident. A Diverse, Inclusive and Flexible Workplace DEECA welcomes applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds and we focus on the essential requirements of the job and being consistent and fair in our treatment of all applicants. We also understand that a balanced life is important to our employees. Talk to us about our flexible options such as working some days from home, starting early or late, working part time, job sharing or accessing paid or unpaid leave. • Tue, 04 JunVictorian Government
Electrician (Aviation) » Queensland, Australia - Two- Years Fixed Term opportunity within Aviation Salary starting from $91,617 14% Super Location - Brisbane Summary We are looking for a highly motivated, qualified, and experienced electrician to join our team and help us maintain and install our vital Air Traffic Control and Aviation Rescue and Firefighting systems. The position is Brisbane based and will involve some travel throughout Australia, it comes with an attractive salary, flexibility and plenty of benefits. The Organisation Airservices Australia is a government-owned organisation responsible for the safe and efficient management of 11% of the world’s airspace and provision of air traffic services at Australia’s busiest airports. Our people are our greatest asset with a dynamic and diverse team operating from locations across the country - from bustling cities to regional and remote locations. This team keep’s Australia’s aviation industry safe every day of the year, both in the air and on the ground. We connect people with their world safely – linking family and friends, generating economic activity, creating jobs, and facilitating trade and tourism. Airservices is committed to fostering a culture that is diverse, inclusive, and respectful. We encourage motivated individuals who love what they do, value a service first mindset, and embrace a challenge to explore a career with Airservices. In return you will be a valued team member, be offered flexibility and experience a meaningful career in an exciting, ever-evolving aviation industry. The Role & The Team In this role you will be part of a high performing team who are responsible for carrying out maintenance and installation activities on critical air traffic control and aviation rescue and firefighting systems, ensuring the operational safety and integrity of the Australian national airways system. As a member of this team you would be responsible for: Performance of time sensitive preventive and corrective maintenance, and project installation activities in accordance with prescribed processes and procedures; Maintaining an awareness and understanding of the impact that work undertaken can have on Airservices systems; Maintaining effective working relationship with other Airservices staff to ensure that there is effective coordination of all activities in support of organisational objectives Timely and accurate data entry into the maintenance management systems: Taking part in the implementation of enterprise governance systems and policies, including safety, environmental, work health and safety, risk and compliance. Promoting workplace health and safety and contributing to a safe working environment; Actively identifying opportunities for continuous improvement of service delivery and work practices. Please see the link below to view the full Position Description: Electrician - PD.docx The Person The successful applicant will have: Demonstrated experience performing maintenance and installation activities on electrical systems such as: power and reticulation system components, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), generating sets, air conditioning systems, DC power systems and RADAR electrical systems; A demonstrated ability to plan, prioritise, organise and perform activities with limited guidance, for cost effective outcomes; Knowledge and understanding of the policies, procedures and legislation relevant to the position; A strong commitment to working in a team environment with a focus on delivering the highest level of customer service. The possession of relevant licencing as specified by Legislative and/or Airservices requirements The following qualifications are essential to be considered for this role: Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician Current Queensland electrical work licence Current CPR/LVR Current Australian Driver’s Licence Construction industry White Card Airservices Australia is a diverse and inclusive employer that recognises the benefits of having a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work. We encourage applications from diverse groups including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. Security Clearance To be eligible to apply, you must be an Australian citizen as an Australian AGSVA security clearance is required for this role. Please refer to the security check requirements successful applicants will be required to undertake as part of the recruitment process. Should you require any further information please contact – Jane Moloney - Talent Advisor at jane.moloneyairservicesaustralia.com How to Apply To apply for this position please lodge an application online before Applications closes Monday 17th June 2024 LI-JM1 • Mon, 03 JunAirservices
Fire, Safety Security Officer, Operational Service, Mossman Multipurpose Health Facility, Rural and Remote Services - Mossman » Manoora, Cairns - Job details Position status Casual Position type Non Standard Hours Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification OO3 Workplace Location Cairns region,Far North Qld Job ad reference QLD/CAH568055 Closing date 12-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Casual Contact person Narelle Spencer Contact details 07 4084 1236 Access the National Relay Service The Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service covers a large geographic area with a diverse and growing population. The Health Service provides a wide range of primary care, acute and specialist services. Our staff are a part of the community we serve, and we strongly believe that health outcomes are enhanced by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of local health services. About us: Our values were developed by our staff, patients and community. They guide our work and actions every day. Our staff are part of the community we serve. We believe that we can improve health outcomes by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of their local health services. About you: In your new role you will… Demonstrate advanced interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrate extensive knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety regulations. Possess skills and knowledge in firefighting practices, systems and appliances. Possess working knowledge of security techniques and guidelines relating to a health facility. About your opportunity: In this position you will ensure a safe, secure environment is maintained for staff, patients and visitors by responding to security incidents, fire alarms and other internal emergencies within the hospital facility. The successful applicant will support clinical units within the health facility by performing operational services related functions to support services including Porterage and Cleaning. About your role: Communicate timely and effectively in emergency situations with supervisors and department heads working effectively as part of a team. Patrol the hospital facility buildings including accommodation and regularly checking all entry/ exit doors are locked to ensure a safe working environment for staff, patients and visitors. Undertake initial response, report & containment of fire and security incidents /breeches to the Nurse Team Leader out of hours and to the Operational Services Supervisor and Director of Nursing during hours while continuing to maintain effective hospital communication and liaison during the course of the incident. Mandatory inclusion: As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applicants are to • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Fire, Safety Security Officer, Operational Service, Mossman Multipurpose Health Facility, Rural and Remote Services - Mossman » Cairns Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Casual Position type Non Standard Hours Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification OO3 Workplace Location Cairns region,Far North Qld Job ad reference QLD/CAH568055 Closing date 12-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Casual Contact person Narelle Spencer Contact details 07 4084 1236 Access the National Relay Service The Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service covers a large geographic area with a diverse and growing population. The Health Service provides a wide range of primary care, acute and specialist services. Our staff are a part of the community we serve, and we strongly believe that health outcomes are enhanced by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of local health services. About us: Our values were developed by our staff, patients and community. They guide our work and actions every day. Our staff are part of the community we serve. We believe that we can improve health outcomes by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of their local health services. About you: In your new role you will… Demonstrate advanced interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrate extensive knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety regulations. Possess skills and knowledge in firefighting practices, systems and appliances. Possess working knowledge of security techniques and guidelines relating to a health facility. About your opportunity: In this position you will ensure a safe, secure environment is maintained for staff, patients and visitors by responding to security incidents, fire alarms and other internal emergencies within the hospital facility. The successful applicant will support clinical units within the health facility by performing operational services related functions to support services including Porterage and Cleaning. About your role: Communicate timely and effectively in emergency situations with supervisors and department heads working effectively as part of a team. Patrol the hospital facility buildings including accommodation and regularly checking all entry/ exit doors are locked to ensure a safe working environment for staff, patients and visitors. Undertake initial response, report & containment of fire and security incidents /breeches to the Nurse Team Leader out of hours and to the Operational Services Supervisor and Director of Nursing during hours while continuing to maintain effective hospital communication and liaison during the course of the incident. Mandatory inclusion: As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applicants are to • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Field Officer Full-time Temporary with a Possibility of Permanency » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - This position sits in the Fire Management Unit within the ACT Parks and Conservation Service (PCS). The section is responsible for the planning and delivery of bushfire mitigation and preparedness activities, management of the ACT fire trail network on public lands and commercial forestry operations. An essential and expanding part of the work undertaken by the FFR unit is the incorporation across the landscape of both Ngunnawal cultural burning and ecological burning. The Fire Management Unit are looking for skilled and enthusiastic people to fill the role of Field Officer, these are diverse positions that provide amazing opportunity to work across Canberra assisting in the protection of biodiversity and sustainable management practices in the ACT's reserves and rural lands. Keen to know more? We’re holding information sessions at 6pm and 7:30pm on the 18th June. Places are limited, so make sure to register by calling/emailing the relevant Contact Officer between the hours of 7:30am – 4:15pm. You can find their details in the links below. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Mandatory: Applicants who do not possess nationally recognised qualifications to the equivalent of ACT RFS level of Bushfire fighter, or higher must be prepared and able to attain the qualifications. Full training will be provided to successful applicants. Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - Working with vulnerable people (WWVP) registration (act.gov.au) Be currently able and prepared to undertake and maintain the Arduous level of the national firefighting task based assessment (fire fitness). Be prepared to wear a uniform and work a shift roster, weekends, public holidays or evening shifts at any PCS worksite on an ‘as needs’ basis. Possess a current manual driver’s licence. Notes: These are temporary positions available for 10 months with possibility of extension and/or permanency. Estimated start date is 2nd September 2024. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. Currently the FMU is trialling a 9day fortnight, which over a fortnight includes Monday to Friday the first week with the following week to be Monday to Thursday, as well as regular rostered after hours, weekend and public holidays work will be required, particularly during the declared bushfire season. Subject to the outcome of this trail, the 9 day fortnight will be implemented permanently or return to a regular Monday to Friday hours with access to rostered days off. How to Apply: Please submit a written application of no more than two pages, addressing the Selection Criteria, along with your current curriculum vitae, listing two referees and their contact details. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now Button Below. Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective/enterprise agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position. LI-DNI Note These are temporary positions available for 10 months with possibility of extension and/or permanency. Estimated start date is 2nd September 2024. • Fri, 31 MayACT Government
Crew Civil with Fire » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Who we are In Melbourne, water is essential to our way of life. As caretakers for Melbourne's water cycle, we care for water, life and land throughout Melbourne: both its people and its biodiversity. Each time you drink from the tap, flush a toilet, run through a backyard sprinkler, or kayak down the Yarra-we're there. Primed and ready, quietly delivering some of the world's cleanest water for over five million residents and wildlife that call Melbourne home -just as we have for over 130 years. If you value making it count, diving in with curiosity, and doing what's right, you're in the right About the Role Reporting to the Program Lead, these are a pivotal roles within the Service Delivery Portfolio. This role is based at our Thomson Dam Work Centre, in the pristine Gippsland area. As the Crew Civil with Fire you will be responsible for: Delivering civil maintenance, natural resource management and bushfire responses. Making a difference and adding to our work environment within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. Undertaking civil maintenance, natural resource management and bushfire response and preparedness activities on various Melbourne's waterways and land assets through a range of techniques including using a range machinery, and hand and power tools Understanding and undertake defined quality control/assurance on activities performed Taking care of own and colleagues Health and Safety through identification and reporting of hazards and active involvement in improvement initiatives. Performing routine maintenance on tools and equipment Prompt and effective response and contribution to Melbourne Water's firefighting organisation, potentially including first attack fire response activities and tactical on the ground operations Help to foster a culture of Health, Safety & Wellbeing. A firefighter task-based assessment will be required for this role as well as a fit for emergency medical. Valid Driver's Licence as this role requires occasional travel. About you: You have the ability to work proactively as a member of the team, contribute fully to team decision-making and take responsibility for own role in ensuring the safety of all team members and other personnel on site Demonstrated experience and capabilities working in land management and or civil maintenance environment. You will be required to work in one or more of the following roles (subject to an individual's training, skills and competency); General Fire Fighter, fire tanker operator, heavy machine operator, or team member of a Forest Fire Management Victoria taskforce Other qualifications such as Industry White Card, Chainsaw Ticket, Plant Tickets, Chemcert etc. Problem solving skills, including the ability to deliver the appropriate outcomes. Preparedness to work under adverse conditions and weather. Sound interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate clearly and effectively with a wide range of people both within Melbourne Water, external organisations and with the general public. Ability to work and contribute in a team environment to improve processes, respond to various demands and manage multiple activities simultaneously. Must reside permanently within 45 minutes driving time of Work Centre - Thomson Dam. Be available for out of hours availability (24 hour a day recall to work) and out of hours emergency response (when rostered). Be available to go on a fire roster during the fire season. Annual Leave over the Summer fire period will be restricted. There are two full time positions based at our Thomson Work Centre with travel required to field based sites and assets throughout Melbourne Waters network. For more information, please see the position description here: Position Description - Crew Civil with Fire.pdf Why join us: At Melbourne Water, we care about water and all life that springs from it. Our people are fuelled by passion, and with safety at the forefront, we have an unwavering sense of purpose, and are on a mission to protect every Melburnian's way of life, one drop at a time. We walk the talk when it comes to flexible working - but that's not all. Our culture of purpose, safety, results, and learning permeates everything we do. We're dedicated to doing what's right, and this commitment extends to the meaningful work we do in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. Our long-standing commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging means that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ individuals, people living with disability, mature age and young jobseekers from all cultures can apply with confidence knowing they are safe, affirmed, and celebrated. If you're curious, action-orientated, outcomes-focused, and care deeply for public resources, community, and the environment, we'd love to receive an application and learn if you could be a great fit. How to Apply Click the 'Apply Now' button below and complete our online application form. Closing date: Sunday 9th June at 11:55pm AEST • Fri, 31 MayMelbourne Water
Range Operator » The Narrows, Darwin - About The Role: Ventia's Defence Base Services (DBS) contract supports Defence estate support services and facilities management. We deliver a range of estate, living, and base support capability including asset management and maintenance; ranges and training area management; airfield & land management and more. Work on live ranges watching live fire next to our Australian defence force as a Range Operator with Ventia. You will provide range services at the Range Defence Training facility, corresponding areas and exclusion zones during live range activities and operations. This full-time opportunity offers 38 hours a week with overtime. Your days of work range from Monday - Sunday based on the schedule of works that are planned around the Defence force. Benefits: Training & Upskilling Overtime Available RDO's - Can Be Available Uniform & Safety Boots Work Vehicle Provided On-Site Fire PPE Provided Work Around Defence Military Training Key Responsibilities: Ensure Red Flags / Red Lights are positioned in accordance with Range Standing Orders Preparation of ranges along with providing assistance to range users and other customers Undertake Land Management activities including; grass cutting, tree removal, weed spraying Undertake first response bush firefighting activities within the limitations of qualifications, available equipment, safety and crew size Undertake basic Estate Upkeep functions such as fence and gate repairs and other tasks Manufacture and repair targets as required Key Skills & Attributes Include: Current Drivers Licence - Required HR Truck Licence - Desirable Experience in Range Training Areas and/or Land Management - Desirable About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. If you are interested in this opportunity and believe you have the appropriate level of skills and experience, we would like to hear from you. Due to the nature of the client, we do require you to be an Australian Citizen for this specific role. To apply, please email your resume to shari.carnachanskoutsolutions.com or submit your application via the "APPLY" button below. Position Reference Number: 158551 Job Segment: Facilities, Equipment Operator, Operations, Manufacturing • Fri, 31 MayVentia
Expression of interest - Project Firefighter - Designated Aboriginal positions » Victoria, Australia - Express your Interest early to work on Country as a Project Firefighter in a designated Aboriginal position for the upcoming fire season. Are you wanting to work and learn on Country? We have challenging and rewarding opportunities for mob who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples to join our operational teams. Each year we employ field based seasonal Project Firefighters to assist with planned burning and the prevention and suppression of bushfires in parks and forests. Our department values the knowledge, contribution and lived experience Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders contribute to caring for Country. Aboriginal employees are supported, connected, and developed with the assistance of DEECA's Aboriginal Employment and Development Team. Employees can join the Aboriginal Staff Network (ASN). The ASN hold forums, workshops and development sessions to assist staff on their journey at DEECA. Our Project Firefighter positions would suit people who: have a high level of fitness are sound decision makers are community minded and looking for a unique challenge. The location and duration of positions will depend on the role/roles available at the time taking into account the location of your primary residence and/or willingness to relocate. Positions are seasonal generally commencing from November for a minimum period of 22 weeks. Salaries commence from $56,044 to $65,221 superannuation subject to your skills and experience. You don't need any previous work experience to submit an expression of interest, training will be provided in various skills including: forest fire management activities 4WD course chainsaw You will need: confirmation of Aboriginality (attached) a current manual drivers licence for appointment (Conditions A, I & V not acceptable for employment) OR be willing to obtain a manual drivers licence prior to commencement. meet the “Category B-Firefighter Arduous” medical and fitness be 18 years or older as of 1 October 2024 a satisfactory National Police Check a Declaration and Consent form relating to previous employment How to express your interest: Please submit an up-to-date resume outlining your skills and relevant experience (2 pages maximum) and complete the questionnaire as part of the online application form. For a confidential yarn, please contact Cindy Mills, Advisor Learning and Development as part of the Aboriginal Employment and Development team on 0412 331 653 or at cindy.millsdeeca.vic.gov.au. Cindy or one of our hiring team will be in touch to assist and support you during the expression of interest process and work through the mandatory and pre-employment screening requirements with you in readiness for appointment to a Project Firefighter position. To ensure you are considered for the upcoming fire season, please express your interest by 30 June 2024. For further information about the position, please refer to the attached PD. Other relevant information: Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including an employment history Declaration and Consent form and a National Police Check. A Diverse, Inclusive and Flexible Workplace Thesepositions are designated for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people under s.12 Special Measures of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Confirmation of Aboriginality will be required for appointment to these positions. Only Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply. We recognise the significant responsibility to enable self-determination, be accountable to Traditional Owners and provide opportunities to strengthen First Peoples' connection to Country. We are committed to creating a culturally safe environment, where individuals feel safe, valued, and able to celebrate their culture, and spiritual and belief systems. For general information about Aboriginal Employment at DEECA, please contact self.determinationdeeca.vic.gov.au. We also understand that a balanced life is important to our employees. Talk to us about our flexible options such as working some days from home, starting early or late, working part time, job sharing or accessing paid or unpaid leave. • Thu, 30 MayVictorian Government
Fire, Safety Security Officer, Operational Service, Mossman Multipurpose Health Facility, Rural and Remote Services - Mossman » Cairns Region, Queensland - The Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service covers a large geographic area with a diverse and growing population. The Health Service provides a wide range of primary care, acute and specialist services. Our staff are a part of the community we serve, and we strongly believe that health outcomes are enhanced by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of local health services. About us: Our values were developed by our staff, patients and community. They guide our work and actions every day. Our staff are part of the community we serve. We believe that we can improve health outcomes by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of their local health services. About you: In your new role you will Demonstrate advanced interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrate extensive knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety regulations. Possess skills and knowledge in firefighting practices, systems and appliances. Possess working knowledge of security techniques and guidelines relating to a health facility. About your opportunity: In this position you will ensure a safe, secure environment is maintained for staff, patients and visitors by responding to security incidents, fire alarms and other internal emergencies within the hospital facility. The successful applicant will support clinical units within the health facility by performing operational services related functions to support services including Porterage and Cleaning. About your role: Communicate timely and effectively in emergency situations with supervisors and department heads working effectively as part of a team. Patrol the hospital facility buildings including accommodation and regularly checking all entry/ exit doors are locked to ensure a safe working environment for staff, patients and visitors. Undertake initial response, report & containment of fire and security incidents /breeches to the Nurse Team Leader out of hours and to the Operational Services Supervisor and Director of Nursing during hours while continuing to maintain effective hospital communication and liaison during the course of the incident. Mandatory inclusion: As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland • Thu, 30 MayQueensland Government
Electrical Supervisor » Perth, Perth Region - We are looking for Electrical Supervisors for upcoming roles begining in mid June and beyond. Both short and long term roles available. We have had a rapid increase in requests for Electrical Supervisors for upcoming roles. We are looking to increase our talent pool of Electrical Supervisors and have several options for both shutdowns and longer term roles. If you are an experienced Electrical Supervisor with a strong mining background and hold relevant qualifications and experience, including the new Schedule 26, then we want to add you to our team. All roles are FIFO from Perth. Pay rates starting from $95/hour Key responsibilities (but not limited to): Supervision of electricians in a mine site environment Safety conversations and promoting a leading safety culture Scheduling and rosters The ability to be hands on with troubleshooting and diagnostics To be considered you must have (or be willing to obtain): Schedule 26 Appointed (or willing to upgrade from Section 44) Electrical Trade Certificate Current WA Electrical License White card Fire Extinguisher Training First Aid Certificate Valid Driver's License Current CPR/ LRV Current Demonstrate first attack firefighting ITM844005 - Arc Flash Hazard and PPE Theory Assessment ITM844004 – Safe Work on Low Voltage Theory Assessment ITM863061 – Electrical Supervisors Statutory Responsibilities Theory Assessment WAIO Electrical Shock Investigation or SAO Investigate and Report on Electrical Incidents and Causes BHP Inducted - highly regarded S26 – SLS Component:- BSBLDR411 Demonstrate Leadership in the workplace RIIBEF402D Supervise on-site operations RIICOM301E Communicate information RIIRS301E Apply risk management processes Proof of working rights Ability to pass a pre-employment medical To Apply: If you are interested and would like to be considered for any current or upcoming roles, please click apply now Or forward an updated current CV to nathanltechforce.com.au or call me 0863637040. Our mission is to change the lives of the people we place and empower the clients we partner with. Our strength is our difference in our people, and we encourage applicants from a diverse background to apply. Following qualifications required: • Wed, 29 MayTechforce Personnel
Fire Person » Canungra, QLD - Job Description: We are seeking are seeking a Full Time Leading Firefighter to join our Downer Defence Team in... Canungra. The Leading Firefighter is responsible for the provision of Rescue and Fire Fighting services with Base Service Area... • Wed, 29 MayDowner Group
Crew Civil with Fire » Tarago, VIC - . A firefighter task-based assessment will be required for this role as well as a fit for emergency medical. Valid Driver's Licence... • Wed, 29 MayMelbourne Water
Crew Civil with Fire » Australia - Who we are In Melbourne, water is essential to our way of life. As caretakers for Melbourne’s water cycle, we care for water, life and land throughout Melbourne: both its people and its biodiversity. Each time you drink from the tap, flush a toilet, run through a backyard sprinkler, or kayak down the Yarra—we’re there. Primed and ready, quietly delivering some of the world’s cleanest water for over five million residents and wildlife that call Melbourne home —just as we have for over 130 years. If you value making it count, diving in with curiosity, and doing what’s right, you're in the right About the Role Reporting to the Program Lead, these are a pivotal roles within the Service Delivery Portfolio. This role is based at our Thomson Dam Work Centre, in the pristine Gippsland area. As the Crew Civil with Fire you will be responsible for: Delivering civil maintenance, natural resource management and bushfire responses. Making a difference and adding to our work environment within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. Undertaking civil maintenance, natural resource management and bushfire response and preparedness activities on various Melbourne's waterways and land assets through a range of techniques including using a range machinery, and hand and power tools Understanding and undertake defined quality control/assurance on activities performed Taking care of own and colleagues Health and Safety through identification and reporting of hazards and active involvement in improvement initiatives. Performing routine maintenance on tools and equipment Prompt and effective response and contribution to Melbourne Water’s firefighting organisation, potentially including first attack fire response activities and tactical on the ground operations Help to foster a culture of Health, Safety & Wellbeing. A firefighter task-based assessment will be required for this role as well as a fit for emergency medical. Valid Driver’s Licence as this role requires occasional travel. About you: You have the ability to work proactively as a member of the team, contribute fully to team decision-making and take responsibility for own role in ensuring the safety of all team members and other personnel on site Demonstrated experience and capabilities working in land management and or civil maintenance environment. You will be required to work in one or more of the following roles (subject to an individual’s training, skills and competency); General Fire Fighter, fire tanker operator, heavy machine operator, or team member of a Forest Fire Management Victoria taskforce Other qualifications such as Industry White Card, Chainsaw Ticket, Plant Tickets, Chemcert etc. Problem solving skills, including the ability to deliver the appropriate outcomes. Preparedness to work under adverse conditions and weather. Sound interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate clearly and effectively with a wide range of people both within Melbourne Water, external organisations and with the general public. Ability to work and contribute in a team environment to improve processes, respond to various demands and manage multiple activities simultaneously. Must reside permanently within 45 minutes driving time of Work Centre – Thomson Dam. Be available for out of hours availability (24 hour a day recall to work) and out of hours emergency response (when rostered). Be available to go on a fire roster during the fire season. Annual Leave over the Summer fire period will be restricted. There are two full time positions based at our Thomson Work Centre with travel required to field based sites and assets throughout Melbourne Waters network. For more information, please see the position description here: Position Description - Crew Civil with Fire.pdf Why join us: At Melbourne Water, we care about water and all life that springs from it. Our people are fuelled by passion, and with safety at the forefront, we have an unwavering sense of purpose, and are on a mission to protect every Melburnian’s way of life, one drop at a time. We walk the talk when it comes to flexible working – but that’s not all. Our culture of purpose, safety, results, and learning permeates everything we do. We're dedicated to doing what's right, and this commitment extends to the meaningful work we do in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. Our long-standing commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging means that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ individuals, people living with disability, mature age and young jobseekers from all cultures can apply with confidence knowing they are safe, affirmed, and celebrated. If you’re curious, action-orientated, outcomes-focused, and care deeply for public resources, community, and the environment, we'd love to receive an application and learn if you could be a great fit. How to Apply Click the 'Apply Now' button below and complete our online application form. Closing date: Sunday 9 th June at 11:55pm AEST • Wed, 29 MayMelbourne Water
Program Lead Delivery » Melbourne, VIC - Tarago, VIC - & Wellbeing. A firefighter task-based assessment will be required for this role as well as a fit for emergency medical... • Wed, 29 MayMelbourne Water
Shutdown Boilermaker » Perth CBD, Perth - Techforce are seeking Boilermakers for various shutdowns and projects. Immediate starts and local, DIDO or FIFO roles available The Opportunity: We are currently seeking experienced Boilermakers for upcoming shutdowns throughout 2024. We have multiple tier 1 clients seeking personnel across various sites in the Pilbara and Goldfields Regions. A great opportunity to choose your own shutdown schedule. Point of hire is Perth. The benefits of joining Techforce: Weekly pay & competitive rates To work for and be inducted with Australia’s biggest Engineering & Mining companies. Opportunity to upskill and move into ongoing or permanent rostered work for the right candidate. Ongoing job opportunities across various mine sites Ideally, you will have the following qualities: Australian Trade Certificate/Recognition (Mandatory) Valid Driver’s License OH&S Construction Card Working at Heights Working in Confined Spaces Gas Testing Atmospheres Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment High Risk Work License (Preferred) Previous experience working within the mining industry BHP/RIO/FMG inductions preferred Who are we? Techforce Personnel are a proud partner of PeopleIN – Australia’s biggest ASX listed family of staffing brands with 22 offices across Australia and over 300 internal staff. Our specialist business harnesses the extraordinary impact of talented people across Mining and Resources, Shutdowns, Facilities Maintenance, Healthcare, Industrial Services, Civil Construction, Residential/Commercial Construction, and the Oil and Gas Industries. • Tue, 28 MayTechforce Personnel
Safety Officer » Australia - Overall Job Purpose To administer the safety performance of First Quantum Minerals' Trident operation, to monitor / assess hazardous or unsafe situations, and develop / facilitate measures to minimize risks as far as reasonably practicable. Specific Job Responsibility Promote occupational health and safety within the organization and develop safer and healthier ways of working. Inspect workplaces and equipment, to ensure they meet safety regulations and to identify hazards and risks. Ensure that workplaces conform with organizational procedures and safety standards. Work with engineers, supervisors, coordinators, and other professionals to ensure the safety of worksites and work practices. Ensure that personal protective equipment, such as hearing protection, dust masks, safety glasses, footwear and safety helmets, is being used in workplaces according to regulations. Ensure that dangerous materials are correctly stored. Identify work areas for potential accident and health hazards, such as toxic fumes and explosive gas-air mixtures and implement appropriate control measures. Ensure that personnel are aware of, and complies with all legislation relating to duty of care, workplace activities and the use of plant, equipment and substances Record and report hazards, accidents, injuries and health issues within the workplace. Assist with the investigation of accidents and unsafe working conditions, study possible causes and recommend remedial action. Conduct training sessions for coordinators, supervisors and workers on health and safety practices and legislation. Assist in coordination of emergency procedures, mine rescues, firefighting and first aid crews, if/where required. Communicate frequently with management to report on the status of occupational health and safety programs/initiatives. Develop occupational health and safety systems, including policies, procedures and manuals. Review and verify action plan implementation. Review, liaise, moderate and close-out events on INX InControl. Conduct inspections and audits, as per key performance indicators. Facilitate visual felt leadership (VFL) within their respective departmental areas. Perform any other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. Job Specific Competencies Good communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Certification and experience in First Aid is a requirement. Proficiency in Microsoft Suite. Must be able to identify hazards, assess risks to health and safety, put appropriate safety controls in place and provide advice about accident prevention and occupational health to management and employees. Key Job Attributes Must be alert and assertive Attention to detail is required Tactful and diplomatic Able to work independently or as part of a team Discretion and respect for confidentiality and privacy Integrity and honesty Must be ready to attend and/conduct safety briefings everyday Experience required to perform in this job At least 2 years' experience in a similar field (preferably in the mining industry) Qualifications As a minimum, a Bachelor's degree in Occupational Health and Safety or other mining-relevant University qualification. Valid drivers' licence is a requirement (At least 2 years' experience) Visit our website and register for instant job alerts at careers.first-quantum.com Follow us for the latest news at LinkedIn If you are already a First Quantum employee and have access to the First Quantum network, log into First Quantum MINE > Careers to apply internally for this opportunity. If you are an employee without network access, contact your Site Recruiter. • Tue, 28 MayFirst Quantum Minerals
ERT Supervisor » Australia - Overall Job Purpose To respond to emergency situations and primarily protect people, the environment and property from all types of fire, accidents and emergencies The ERT Supervisor will supervise up to four (4) ERT Team Leaders in an effective manner and ensure that the level of discipline and morale is maintained. He/she will be responsible to assist the ERT Superintendent in any fire and rescue responsibilities. Specific Job Responsibility Manages the ERT Team Leaders to ensure smooth running of ERT Operations. Assist the ERT Superintendent in carrying out fire prevention, Fire Risk Assessment, Inspections programs. Assist the ERT Superintendent in the development of SOPs, procedures and standards for fire safety, Assist the ERT Superintendent in carrying out investigations of fires and analyze findings to determine the cause of fires. Prepare written or computerized reports of inspections, incidents, investigations, training and maintaining files of all records. Prepare monthly ERT reports for review, Assist the ERT Superintendent in the review and approval of plans for construction, installation and operation of equipment and structures to ensure they meet the fire safety requirements, Conduct plan review, installation inspections and permit inspections of fire safety equipment's on the mine, In the absence of the ERT Superintendent, the ERT Supervisor will assume the role of ERT Superintendent and become accountable for all duties and responsibilities of the ERT Superintendent, Schedule and conduct fire inspection and training for Fire personnel, Attend daily morning meeting with the ERT Superintendent, Schedule and Conduct fire training and awareness on the mine for each department, Respond to major fires, disasters and emergency requests for First Responder (EMS) service and render appropriate medical care. Attend outside section meetings requiring ERT presence, The ERT Supervisor shall be responsible and held accountable for insuring proper disciplinary and action is carried out if the Team Leaders are found to be in violation of codes and conduct according to their , The ERT Supervisor shall assist the ERT Superintendent to coordinate all training activities and will ensure all personnel in the ERT Team is receiving adequate training in all areas in order to perform his/her duties and functions in a safe manner, Perform other related duties as required. Promote fire and enforce fire safety standards in the mine by acting and advising on all matters relating to the protection of life and property from fire and other risks and ensure a smooth running of ERT functions Job Specific Competencies Aviation fire and rescue (for KTDC ERT) Basic fire fighting Hazmat technician Motor vehicle extrication and stabilisation Recharging self-contained breathing apparatus Trench rescue ERT fire truck LV pit permit LV site permit Hazmat preparedness for first responders Snake handling Key Job Attributes The incumbent must demonstrate the following behavioral traits and skills: Be highly disciplined, Physically fit and commit to remain so, Maintain a high standard of conduct, Be flexible, Demonstrate a dedication to the position and the organization, Demonstrate sound work ethics, Be consistent and fair, Able to work with minimum supervision, Experience required to perform in this job ERT Supervisor will require knowledge, skills and experience in the following areas: At least 3-5 years' experience in relevant field preferably in the mining industry, Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the personnel of the Department, Extensive knowledge of the geography of Kalumbila Mine, Thorough knowledge of fire prevention practices, emergency medical first responder, firefighting and rescue techniques and the scientific principles involved in fire suppression and fire behavior, Considerable knowledge of explosives, hazardous properties and potential reactions of chemicals, liquids and gases as well as the combustion qualities of materials used in the construction of commercial and residential buildings and above ground storage tanks Considerable knowledge of the use of firefighting tools and equipment Considerable knowledge of teaching methods and the ability to train and instruct ERT personnel and mine employees, Ability to recognize existing or potential fire hazards in a wide variety of structures or installations. Ability to evaluate fires, recognizes danger, and takes the necessary action for the protection of lives and property. Ability to recognize signs and symptoms of unsafe building conditions under fire conditions and when interior operations should cease. Ability to communicate clearly on radio or mobile data communication devices Ability to express ideas clearly, concisely, orally and in writing to groups and individuals. Oral and written communication skills necessary for accurate documentation of various required reports, Ability to utilize computerized record keeping programs Knowledge of the principles and practices of building construction Ability to plan, coordinate, and supervise activities of subordinate personnel. Team player, Computer literate a must, Analytical and problem solving, Decision making skills, Safety Management Qualifications Grade 12 certificate with a merit in English, Science and Mathematics Diploma in related field or Degree in Fire Science is an added plus. Having Passed Fire Service Statutory Examinations Leading Fire-Fighter, Sub/Officers, Station Fire Officer or equivalent FF1, FF2 or IFE qualifications, Basic Life Support (BLS) International Trauma Life Support (ITLS), Fire prevention, Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Certificate (SCBA), Vehicle Extrication Certificate, Hazmat training for first responders Certificate, Confined Space Rescue, First aid for mining Certificate, Rope Rescue Technician/High angle Rescue certificate, Occupation Health and Safety Certificate an added advantage, Knowledge of administration, budgets and human resource management an added advantage, Class C Driver's License, Other Fire and Rescue Qualifications Institution of Fire Engineers qualifications, Supervisory certification, Motor vehicle fire suppression system certification and, Other related fire and rescue qualifications Visit our website and register for instant job alerts at careers.first-quantum.com Follow us for the latest news at LinkedIn If you are already a First Quantum employee and have access to the First Quantum network, log into First Quantum MINE > Careers to apply internally for this opportunity. 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CMM Operator » Bomaderry, Nowra-Bomaderry - QinetiQ is a global defence and security company and employs more than 8500 people in more than 50 locations around the world. We offer our customers premier expertise in advice, services and creative technology-based products and help solve some of their most challenging problems. Our determination to deliver and improve today and anticipate and shape tomorrow, makes QinetiQ a very exciting, rewarding and respected place to work and learn. Globally QinetiQ has four Sectors, one of which is the 'Australia Sector''. The Australia Sector has more than 1,200 employees operating across four countries, namely Australia, Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom. Headquartered in Nowra, New South Wales, QinetiQ Air Affairs provides targets and training services, and electronic warfare capabilities to the Australian Defence Force, in addition to aerial surveillance and reconnaissance in support of government firefighting efforts. Air Affairs owns and operates a fleet of special mission aircraft and maintains an advanced manufacturing and engineering facility providing design, manufacture and certification operations. We are seeking an experienced CNC Programmer with experience in Co-ordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) to support our quality control function, ensuring that our products consistently meet or exceed customer expectations. In addition to programming, updating, and maintaining our (CMM), this role will also provide vital support as a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) operator during high-demand periods. Your day to day role will see you joining a supportive team to; Drive continuous quality improvement initiatives. Conduct product quality inspections to uphold our high standards. Measure and analyse sample and production parts for compliance with engineering specifications. Oversee daily production records and ensure adherence to established processes and standards. Provide constructive feedback to the production team for process enhancement. Collaborate with management and supervisors to maintain efficient production practices. As our ideal candidate you will bring; Experience in CNC and ideally CMM but a willingness to learn or move into a quality role would also be considered. An understanding of design tolerances and the manufacturing process of high quality complex parts. Attention to detail and organisation skills. Certificate III in Mechanical Engineering You will be provided with an opportunity to learn, develop your skills in an advanced manufacturing environment and support critical infrastructure to the ADF. Candidates will need to be eligible to obtain an Australian Government Security Clearance. Looking for an Employer with Benefits? At QinetiQ, our competitive remuneration and benefits package supports your evolving needs throughout your career. You'll share in the company's success, and be rewarded for your own. We'll invest in your professional development and provide an inclusive environment for you to succeed. LI-RH1 LI-Onsite As the defence industry in Australia grows, it is an exciting time to join QinetiQ. What the company looks like today will be different to that of tomorrow as we navigate an ever changing world. To innovate for our customers' advantage we value the need for diversity of thought in everything we do. We provide a flexible and inclusive environment where our people can bring their whole selves to work, meaningfully contribute and have equal opportunity to succeed. We actively seek applications from people who come from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Aligned with our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Reconciliation Action Plan, we also encourage applications from women, veterans and First Nations people. QinetiQ conducts pre-employment screening, including but not limited to identity verification and police checks, for all preferred candidates. Candidates will need to be eligible to obtain an Australian Government Security Clearance. Whilst applications must be made online, confidential enquiries are welcome and may be directed to Ruth Harrison - Talent Acquisition Specialist 07 3031 0233 or email rlharrisonqinetiq.com.au • Mon, 27 MayQinetiq
Range Handy Person » Bindoon, Chittering Area - The Role Ventia are currently seeking Range Handy Person to join our Defence Base Services contract. Reporting to the Range Supervisor, this role will see you based at Bindoon Training Area to provide range services in exclusion zones during live range activities. You will also be responsible for land management duties including mowing, tree removal and reactive firefighting when required. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to work outdoors in the fresh air and be exposed to the workings of a Defence Training Facility. The role is a full-time permanent position, offering 38 hours of work per week with overtime opportunities. Your workdays will be over a 7-day period (Monday - Sunday) and will be scheduled in advanced around the planned activities of the Australia Defence Force. The pay rate for this position is $29.98 per hour, plus Super with overtime available. We also have the option to offer this role as Part time or Casual. To be considered for this position, you must be an Australian Citizen and willing to undergo a police check. Benefits: Work outdoors in fresh air Training & upskilling provided Overtime & RDO's available Uniform, Safety Boots, & Firefighting PPE provided Work around Defence Military Training programs Your duties will include, but are not limited to: Ensure Red Flags / Red Lights are positioned correctly Preparation of ranges along with providing assistance to range users and customers Undertake groundskeeping and facilities maintenance activities including; grass cutting, tree removal, weed spraying, fence / gate repairs and other tasks Manufacture and repair range targets Initial response to minor bush firefighting activities when required Requirements: Current Driver's Licence - HR License is highly regarded Experience in Range Training Areas or Land Management environments - Highly regarded The Company Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. How to Apply To apply for this role, please click the apply button on this page. For internal applicants, it is an expectation that you will inform your manager of an application if you have been in your current position for less than 12 months; please seek their permission prior to applying. If you have any questions about this role, please reach out via: trudy.mcgregorskoutsolutions.com Position Reference Number: 157983 Job Segment: Facilities, Operations • Sun, 26 MayVentia
Finance Manager » Grose Wold, Hawkesbury Area - ABOUT COULSON GROUP OF COMPANIES Coulson Aviation Australia is a subsidiary of global aerial firefighting company, Coulson Aviation, and supports Australian States and Emergency Service Organizations with the provision of aircraft and experienced team members. Coulson Aviation operates across the world with a fleet of large aerial firefighting assets consisting of both fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. With our fleet of Boeing 737 FIRELINERS™, C-130 Hercules fire bombers, CH47D Chinooks, UH60 Blackhawks and Sikorsky helicopters we have the ability perform rapid aerial fire suppression missions, including initial attack and extended attack protocols. Coulson Aviation Australia also operate and manage New South Wales Rural Fire Service-owned aircraft in all aspects of maintenance, fleet support systems and management, and operating personnel. WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR: We are seeking a Finance Manager wit h a strong financial and accounting background, coupled with sound business judgment and effective communication. Strong quantitative, analytical, and problem-solving skills are essential to this role. The Finance Manager will work on a variety of financial activities including budgeting, forecasting, building financial models, assisting with financial planning, performing research and analysis, preparing reports, and assisting with close processes. This role will also work closely with Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payable and Payroll personnel, either in Canada or Australia. Duties & Responsibilities: Participate in the annual preparation of the budget and periodic refresh forecasts Monthly management reporting: Prepare month-end analysis and reporting on financial performance and key performance drivers of the business including investigation and follow-up of material variances. Reconcile P&L and balance sheet accounts with effective supporting documentation. Taxation: Prepare BAS, GST, FBT and PAYG returns. Internal Controls: Ensures implementation of sound accounting principles and reporting controls. Ensures that the department and source systems have processes for quality control over financial transactions and financial reporting. Works closely with the VP of Finance, and leaders at all levels within Coulson Group, external business partners, and regulatory bodies to ensure processes that affect financial reporting are effective and efficient while enhancing internal controls and complying with accounting policies. Customer Profitability Analysis: Build and maintain customer margin and KPI reporting, for Executive and customer review. Continuously reviewing and improving the systems and processes and overseeing the creation of process manuals of each process being undertaken. Assist in the monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reporting process, including the preparation of annual corporate financial statements. Provide insightful financial reporting and appropriate commentary to senior leadership on monthly and quarterly basis. Participate in projects that drive efficiency or quality, including leading, executing, and participating as a teammate in projects. Develop operational and financial metrics, and analyze metrics in order to help the company achieve goals. Recommend how to improve productivity of current processes using automation. Collaborate across various finance and non-finance functions effectively. Oversee the daily, monthly and quarterly activities of Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and Payroll. Perform other relevant duties as assigned. Position Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business and/or similar discipline with analytical bias. MBA and/or professional accounting designation preferred. 5 years relevant experience. Aviation experience is highly desirable. Demonstrated ability to build and manage new financial models. Familiarity with ADP/other payroll software an asset. Experience delivering forecasting, budgeting, and variance analysis, and interpretation of results. Ability to manage tight deadlines, prioritize workload and achieve effective results in a fast-paced, dynamic, ever-growing, unpredictable, and often ambiguous environment. Advanced proficiency with MS Excel, Word, and Outlook. Proven ability to develop and execute on business plan and bridge any finance/accounting/regulatory change requirements to the business needs. Exceptional interpersonal communication and leadership skills, with the ability to communicate and manage staff at all levels. The salary range for this position is $150,000 to $175,000 depending on experience Applications will close on June 17th, 2024. We would like to thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, we can only consider applicants that are an Australian resident and are legally eligible to work in Australia. Due to the volume of applications we receive, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. • Sun, 26 MayCoulson Group
Emergency Services Safety Officer » Condobolin, Lachlan Area - Mineral Hill Mine is located 65km north of Condobolin in Central West NSW. Owned by Kingston Resources, Mineral Hill is a workplace that values safety, continuous improvement, innovation and creativity. As part of their transition to open pit mining, an exciting new role has been created for an Emergency Services/Safety Officer. Mineral Hill is a residential mine, FIFO is not available. There is relocation support available and accommodation can be provided in a share house. DIDO support is available within the region. About the role Reporting directly to the Health Safety and Training Manager, this is a full time role, available for immediate start and offers diverse duties across the site, including: Emergency and incident response services including first aid, firefighting and rescue Coordination of site emergencies Audit and management of ER capabilities and equipment Conduct safety inductions and manage site access and fit for work requirements Participation in Return-to-Work processes, incident investigations and site risk assessments Benefits Competitive salary package Roster is 8/6 back to back dayshift, with emergency after hours on call obligations Accommodation (share house) or relocation support available DIDO or rental allowances available Transport daily from Condobolin to and from site A positive work environment in a high performing and friendly crew Support for completion of nationally Accredited training and associated progression Qualifications - possess, working towards or willing to acquire Remuneration for the role will be determined by qualifications and experience, with a structure Level 1 through to Level 4. On the job, nationally recognised training is on offer to promote rapid annual progression. Level 1 would indicate the employee has minimal experience and qualifications, with the goal being to bring the employee quickly to a level 2 status within the first 3 months of employment. Senior First Aid through to Certificate IV in Health Care (Ambulance) - or equivalent. Certificate IV Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent Certificate III Mine Emergency Response and Rescue or equivalent Australian Drug and Alcohol testing certificate - or equivalent. Incident Investigation - ICAM or other Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Skills/Experience Strong communication skills and a proactive customer service focus High level of interpersonal and organisational skills Ability to self-manage and be time efficient Competence with the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) Exposure to working in the emergency services industry and providing emergency support desirable Ability to operate efficiently independently and in a team environment, especially under stressful and time critical situations This role represents an amazing opportunity to grow and develop in this important field within the mining industry. If you live local to Central West NSW or are keen to relocate, don't delay. Hit APPLY NOW to send your application. Or, for more information, call Melinda Barton on 02 6800 1701. Please note: No sponsorship available. You must be in Australia with full work rights at time of application. Applications from outside of Australia will not be responded to. Employment is contingent on succesful completion of Pre employment Medical and a National Criminal History Check. • Sat, 25 MaySpinifex Recruiting
Multiple Vacancies - Coerco » Western Australia, Australia - Full Time, Trades & Services Vacancy Listing Dates 24/05/2024 to 21/06/2024 Please Quote Reference Number 96361 Diesel Motor Mechanics, Computer Hardware Techs, Electrical Engineering Techs Welders, Plumbers, Vehicle Painters, & Industrial Painters Remuneration packages - $70,000 - $90,000 Coerco is proud to be a leader in our field, manufacturing poly water tanks, under cabin tanks, septic tanks, troughs, firefighters and floats to the Agriculture, Urban, Industrial and Mining industries. We're currently looking to fill the following vacancies : Diesel Motor Mechanics Computer Hardware Technicians Electrical Engineering Technicians Welders Plumbers Vehicle Painters Industrial Painters Applicants will only be considered if they have the relevant qualifications and a minimum of 3 years' experience in a similar position The Diesel Motor Mechanic will be responsible for diagnosing, servicing and repairing diesel drive trains in heavy vehicles and machinery, as well as diagnosing, servicing and repairing mechanical components of heavy vehicles i.e. steering, brakes, and suspension. To do so, you will need: Experience with electrical and pneumatic systems Experience with hydraulic systems Ability to install, remove and check mechanical components Ability to follow printed manuals and instructions Ability to maintain and operate in a clean and safe manner Proven ability to work on a broad range of engines and vehicles High level of diagnostic and fault finding ability An understanding of the correct use of tools The Computer Hardware Technician will have varied responsibilities supporting the company's computer hardware network and telecommunications infrastructure. To do so, you will need: Excellent forward planning and personal workflow management skills Time management Standard Operating Environment understanding Able to follow strict guidelines Hardware related repair experience with big brands The Electrical Engineering Technician will ensure that all electrical and electrical engineering works are planned and carried out as required, and maintenance is managed effectively and efficiently. To do so, you will need: Proven electrical skills, obtained in an industrial environment Ability to understand and interpret drawings Ability to meet commitments under pressure Motivation, maturity, autonomy and the ability to work with a team Health and safety mindset The Welder will be working autonomously and part of a small team predominately at the main factory with occasional site work required doing repairs, breakdowns and maintenance work. To do so, you will need: Experience in the welding of a variety of metals which may include mild steel, aluminium and stainless steel Experience using MIG, MMAW and TIG processes Ability to read drawings and work independently with a self starter attitude High standards for workmanship and a can-do attitude Excellent interpersonal skills Motivation and the ability to work independently as required The Plumber will be responsible for general plumbing duties, and pipe and poly welding. The Vehicle Painter will be responsible for applying paint to vehicle surfaces, and preparing surfaces and paint mixes, and the Industrial Painter will be responsible for painting and applying alternative industrial coatings to manufactured items. Remuneration packages between $70,000 - $90,000 will be offered to the successful candidates. If you think you have the skills and experience we're looking for, APPLY NOW and fill in the online application form. Sponsorship may be available to the right person. • Sat, 25 MayCoerco
Situational Incident Response Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - An exciting opportunity to join Ventia (placed 3 in the AFR BOSS Best Places to Work - Property, Construction and Transport Sector) as a Situational Incident Response Officer on our Transurban contract. The role provides first response services to traffic incidents on various motorways and tunnels in Brisbane. What's on Offer $88 703 TFR (plus extra un-rostered hours paid at penalty rates) Permanent full time with 5 weeks annual leave per year Regular training, development and upskilling provided Access to a variety of Health and Wellness initiatives - including the EAP, Ventia's Healthy Minds program and Healthy Bodies program Employee benefits such as corporate travel discounts, Novated leases, private health discounts, credit discounts and more About the Role You will be required to work a mix of 8-hour and 12-hour shifts which are part of a rotating roster with both day and night work required (similar to emergency services rosters). Your shifts commence at Stretton, Murarrie and Bowen Hills. Duties include - First responder to traffic accidents / breakdowns along major roads and highways including the AirportlinkM7, Clem7, Legacy Way, Inner City Bypass, Go Between Bridge and the Gateway and Logan Motorways Work towards the safety of your team, commuters and other related parties whilst engaging in conflict resolution and managing critical incidents Ensure optimum safe lane availability and relay up-to-date information to the public, supervisors, and the wider response team Operate and range of vehicles to assist with all aspects of civil maintenance (including rubbish removal, attenuator truck and tow trucks) Work closely with emergency services and as well as provide basic first aid and firefighting when required and safe to do so Emergency repair work for road network restoration and to return the roads to normal operational condition Mandatory requirements for this role MR drivers' licence Construction white card Must be able to work both day and night shift About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. How to Apply Please click on the link below to submit your covering letter and resume. Position Reference Number: 158424 Job Segment: Night, Operations • Fri, 24 MayVentia
Serviceperson | Western Ridge Crusher Project » Perth CBD, Perth - CPB Contractors is Australia's leading contractor and the largest infrastructure construction company in our region. Part of the CIMIC Group, we are proud to be constructing Australia's future and do so collaboratively with our partners and clients. We hire for careers, not project life. CPB Contractors has more than 50 major infrastructure projects in delivery, across all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads and bridges, rail, tunnelling, defence, airports, buildings, and resources, providing you with career opportunities for years to come. The Project CPB Constructors, in Alliance partnership with Sedgman, SC Joint Venture (SCJV) has been selected by BHP to undertake the Western Ridge Crusher Project, involving construction of a new primary crusher, a 12-kilometre overland conveyor, radial stacker, and associated stockpiling systems, with a capacity of 30Mtpa. The Project is located on Nyiyaparli Country, approximately 21 Kilometres southwest of Newman, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Works are commencing now, and will go through until mid 2026. Your opportunity Join CPB Contractors as a full-time employee and contribute to the success of one of Australia's largest contractors. Engage with industry leaders from project start-up, working on a fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) basis with a balanced 14 days on and 7 days off schedule. We have opportunities for experienced Servicepersons to join our team. Our minimum requirements for this role are: Australian Driver's Licence RIISAM301 Test operational Functions of Vehicles and Equipment Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment (desirable) Construction site experience, in a similar FIFO role, 2-3 years minimum Hold unit of competency CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safety in the construction industry, or upload previously completed white card again USI, state equivalent to CPCCWHS1001 and still within the construction industry, and be registered under Construction Induction Training Card Database Strong safety awareness Why CPB Contractors? Career Development: Grow your skills with ongoing training and internal promotion opportunities. Diverse Opportunities: We offer diverse, challenging work on some of the world's biggest resources, and infrastructure projects. Competitive Benefits: Enjoy a competitive remuneration package, health and wellbeing programs, discount portals, and company-funded salary continuance insurance. Innovative Culture: Thrive in an environment that values diversity and fosters innovation. Please note: This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Wed, 22 MayCIMIC Group Limited
HD Fitter| Western Ridge Crusher Project » Perth CBD, Perth - CPB Contractors is Australia's leading contractor and the largest infrastructure construction company in our region. Part of the CIMIC Group, we are proud to be constructing Australia's future and do so collaboratively with our partners and clients. We hire for careers, not project life. CPB Contractors has more than 50 major infrastructure projects in delivery, across all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads and bridges, rail, tunnelling, defence, airports, buildings, and resources, providing you with career opportunities for years to come. The Project CPB Constructors, in Alliance partnership with Sedgman, SC Joint Venture (SCJV) has been selected by BHP to undertake the Western Ridge Crusher Project, involving construction of a new primary crusher, a 12-kilometre overland conveyor, radial stacker, and associated stockpiling systems, with a capacity of 30Mtpa. The Project is located on Nyiyaparli Country, approximately 21 Kilometres southwest of Newman, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Works are commencing now, and will go through until mid 2026. Your opportunity Join CPB Contractors as a full-time employee and contribute to the success of one of Australia's largest contractors. Engage with industry leaders from project start-up, working on a fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) basis with a balanced 14 days on and 7 days off schedule. We have opportunities for experienced HD Fitters to join our team. Our minimum requirements for this role are: Trade Qualification - Automotive Heavy or similar RIISAM301 Test operational Functions of Vehicles and Equipment Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment (desirable) Australian Driver's Licence Construction site experience, in a similar FIFO role, 2-3 years minimum Hold unit of competency CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safety in the construction industry, or upload previously completed white card again USI, state equivalent to CPCCWHS1001 and still within the construction industry, and be registered under Construction Induction Training Card Database Strong safety awareness Why CPB Contractors? Career Development: Grow your skills with ongoing training and internal promotion opportunities. Diverse Opportunities: We offer diverse, challenging work on some of the world's biggest resources, and infrastructure projects. Competitive Benefits: Enjoy a competitive remuneration package, health and wellbeing programs, discount portals, and company-funded salary continuance insurance. Innovative Culture: Thrive in an environment that values diversity and fosters innovation. Please note: This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Wed, 22 MayCIMIC Group Limited
Early and Late Firefighter, Oakey » Australia - The Role The Early and Late Firefighters are responsible for the operational requirements of the applicable fire station under the direction of the Regional Manager, Station Officer or Leading Fire-fighter. This is a permanent position based out of Oakey QLD. Early week is 7am to 2pm (Monday to Friday) and late week is 2pm to 11.30pm (Monday to Thursday) Responsibilities Perform the role and duties of a Fire-fighter as directed by the Station Officer and Leading fire-fighter. Follow all safe work method statements in the delivery of operational outputs for the Fire and Rescue Service. Respond to incidents and emergencies in accordance with contractually required timeframes. Monitor radio communications as required. Obtain and document any emergency information requested by the Incident Controller during emergency situations. Undertake any administrative duties associated with the delivery of the Fire and Rescue Service in accordance with requirements and second tasking. Participate in training and development activities in accordance with current competency and qualification requirements of the role. Qualifications, Experience and Knowledge Hold the relevant Public Safety (Fire Sector) competencies A proven track record for performance and professionalism for multi-tasking. A strong focus on team orientation. Will be required to work shift work. May be required to back-fill other fire stations within the state or around the country. Must hold a current and valid driver's licence. Must be an Australian Citizen able to maintain a defence security clearance. Benefits Gym facilities provided. Permanent position, long standing client contracts, offering great job stability. Exciting Defence work environment. Genuine career development opportunities and progression across Ventia. Supportive management and team. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. About Ventia Ventia are an experienced facilities and asset manager and a Top 10 Defence industry partner. Ventia has a proud history of partnering with the Australian Defence Force (ADF), spanning three decades. We operate in every Australian State and Territory with a 3,000-strong workforce consisting of passionate civilians and Defence Veterans. Position Reference Number: 158382 Job Segment: Security Clearance, Civil Service, Government • Tue, 21 MayVentia
East Sale - Watchroom » East Sale, Wellington Area - Our Rescue & Fire Fighting (RFF) services currently extend from stations in WA, SA, VIC, NSW and QLD. Due to the evolving nature of this contract, we are currently employing a Watchroom Operator in our Fire and Rescue operations at Defence Base East Sale, Victoria. This role can be a career as a Watch room operator working within the Emergency Services and Defence Industry or the first step into a career as a Firefighter. Responsibilities To maintain an effective operational readiness in accordance with the relevant policies and guidelines of Ventia. Respond fire crews to incidents as required at the applicable fire station and maintain support and communications where required to the Incident Controller. Assist the OIC of the Fire Station to ensure that all relevant administrative duties associated with the operational aspect of the fire station are performed. Participate in the Fire Station training and development plan. Mandatory Requirements You must hold or be able to RPL the following: PUAFIR215- Prevent Injury PUAOPE002B- Operate Communications Equipment PUATEA001B- Work in a Team PUACOM001C- Communicate in the Workplace PUATEA002B- Work Autonomously Highly Desirable Previous experience in some form of communications room. Other Requirements A strong focus on team orientation You must be an Australian Citizen and able to maintain a Department of Defence Security Clearance. Benefits Be part of a long-term defence contract. Competitive remuneration package How to apply Please visit the Careers section of our website or Click "APPLY" to forward your application CV. The successful application for this role must be eligible to hold a Defence Security Clearance up to the level of Negative Vetting Level 1 (Secret) and be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical including a drug & alcohol test. As a result of this requirement the incumbent must be an Australian Citizen. We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. Position Reference Number: 158341 Job Segment: Security Clearance, Government • Sun, 19 MayVentia
HD Fitter| Western Ridge Crusher Project » Perth, Perth Region - CPB Contractors is Australia’s leading contractor and the largest infrastructure construction company in our region. Part of the CIMIC Group, we are proud to be constructing Australia’s future and do so collaboratively with our partners and clients. We hire for careers, not project life. CPB Contractors has more than 50 major infrastructure projects in delivery, across all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads and bridges, rail, tunnelling, defence, airports, buildings, and resources, providing you with career opportunities for years to come. The Project CPB Constructors, in Alliance partnership with Sedgman, SC Joint Venture (SCJV) has been selected by BHP to undertake the Western Ridge Crusher Project, involving construction of a new primary crusher, a 12-kilometre overland conveyor, radial stacker, and associated stockpiling systems, with a capacity of 30Mtpa. The Project is located on Nyiyaparli Country, approximately 21 Kilometres southwest of Newman, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Works are commencing now, and will go through until mid 2026. Your opportunity Join CPB Contractors as a full-time employee and contribute to the success of one of Australia's largest contractors. Engage with industry leaders from project start-up, working on a fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) basis with a balanced 14 days on and 7 days off schedule. We have opportunities for experienced HD Fitters to join our team. Our minimum requirements for this role are: Trade Qualification – Automotive Heavy or similar RIISAM301 Test operational Functions of Vehicles and Equipment Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment (desirable) Australian Driver’s Licence Construction site experience, in a similar FIFO role, 2-3 years minimum Hold unit of competency CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safety in the construction industry, or upload previously completed white card again USI, state equivalent to CPCCWHS1001 and still within the construction industry, and be registered under Construction Induction Training Card Database Strong safety awareness Why CPB Contractors? Career Development: Grow your skills with ongoing training and internal promotion opportunities. Diverse Opportunities: We offer diverse, challenging work on some of the world’s biggest resources, and infrastructure projects. Competitive Benefits: Enjoy a competitive remuneration package, health and wellbeing programs, discount portals, and company-funded salary continuance insurance. Innovative Culture: Thrive in an environment that values diversity and fosters innovation. Please note: This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Sat, 18 MayCIMIC
Serviceperson | Western Ridge Crusher Project » Perth, Perth Region - CPB Contractors is Australia’s leading contractor and the largest infrastructure construction company in our region. Part of the CIMIC Group, we are proud to be constructing Australia’s future and do so collaboratively with our partners and clients. We hire for careers, not project life. CPB Contractors has more than 50 major infrastructure projects in delivery, across all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads and bridges, rail, tunnelling, defence, airports, buildings, and resources, providing you with career opportunities for years to come. The Project CPB Constructors, in Alliance partnership with Sedgman, SC Joint Venture (SCJV) has been selected by BHP to undertake the Western Ridge Crusher Project, involving construction of a new primary crusher, a 12-kilometre overland conveyor, radial stacker, and associated stockpiling systems, with a capacity of 30Mtpa. The Project is located on Nyiyaparli Country, approximately 21 Kilometres southwest of Newman, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Works are commencing now, and will go through until mid 2026. Your opportunity Join CPB Contractors as a full-time employee and contribute to the success of one of Australia's largest contractors. Engage with industry leaders from project start-up, working on a fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) basis with a balanced 14 days on and 7 days off schedule. We have opportunities for experienced Servicepersons to join our team. Our minimum requirements for this role are: Australian Driver’s Licence RIISAM301 Test operational Functions of Vehicles and Equipment Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment (desirable) Construction site experience, in a similar FIFO role, 2-3 years minimum Hold unit of competency CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safety in the construction industry, or upload previously completed white card again USI, state equivalent to CPCCWHS1001 and still within the construction industry, and be registered under Construction Induction Training Card Database Strong safety awareness Why CPB Contractors? Career Development: Grow your skills with ongoing training and internal promotion opportunities. Diverse Opportunities: We offer diverse, challenging work on some of the world’s biggest resources, and infrastructure projects. Competitive Benefits: Enjoy a competitive remuneration package, health and wellbeing programs, discount portals, and company-funded salary continuance insurance. Innovative Culture: Thrive in an environment that values diversity and fosters innovation. Please note: This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Sat, 18 MayCIMIC
Boilermaker - Mobile Plant - WA » East Pilbara Area, Broome Region - Given our extensive client base and increased demand, we are looking for teams of Mobile Plant Boilermakers with all levels Flexible rosters Got experience in mobile plant welding? Join our team today to be the best in your trade Ready Resources (RR) provides solutions to large mining clients across the Pilbara Region and beyond for their labour hire, maintenance and asset management needs. As an industry leader in these fields, we are available for ongoing long term engagement or on an ad-hoc basis in peak load periods. We are looking for teams of OEM trained Mobile Plant Boilermakers with all levels of experience to join our team for casual field service, back fill, break down and shut crews. Ongoing roles will be on an 8:6 & 7:7 Roster What We Offer: Rates Up to $80 per hour Superannuation Opportunity to join our Industry Leading Client with good performance Work on some of the best sites and camps in the Pilbara Tailor-made development/Ongoing training programs to ensure we have the best people in the field. Great company culture and be treated like family Employee Referral Bonuses work alongside your friends or family Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Exceptional industry safety track record and health promotion Relocation assistance or FIFO from where you are available What you'll need 3 Years Relevant Experience Post Trade AUS/NZ Recognised Trade Certificate Mobile Plant Experience (CAT, Hitachi, Komatsu) Previous Shut Down Experience - Preferrable but not essential WAH ticket First Attack Firefighting Certificate - Essential Valid C Class (minimum requirement) Ability to pass a Pre-Employment Medical and Drug Screen 100% commitment to safety, quality and best practice If you're ready to join a close team and take on your new career move please apply now by clicking the Apply link . For further information contact us - careersreadyresources.com Ready Resources is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to apply Only successful applicants will be contacted. • Sat, 18 MayReady Resources
East Sale - Watchroom » East Sale, VIC - and Defence Industry or the first step into a career as a Firefighter. Responsibilities To maintain an effective operational... • Fri, 17 MayVentia
Early and Late Firefighter, Oakey » Oakey, QLD - The Role The Early and Late Firefighters are responsible for the operational requirements of the applicable fire station under the direction of the Regional Manager, Station Officer or Leading Fire-fighter. This is a permanent position bas... • Fri, 17 MayVentia
Chief Integrated Rating - ASRV Ice Breaker » North Hobart, Hobart - About the Opportunity You will play a pivotal role aboard the ASRV, leading the Integrated Ratings and ensuring that deck operations are carried out in accordance with the planned maintenance schedule. Your work will be crucial in maintaining the vessel's safety and operational readiness. Working closely with the Chief Mate and other department heads, you will ensure seamless coordination and efficiency across all onboard activities. Your responsibilities will include: Managing and allocating tasks to Integrated Ratings and supporting personnel. Ensuring compliance with safety, maintenance, and operational standards. Supervising cargo operations, including loading, discharging, and securing. Contributing to the ship's safety and emergency response teams. About You You are a proactive, reliable leader known for your ability to manage complex maritime operations with clarity and efficiency. Your leadership style fosters a positive working environment where strategic priorities are translated into operational success. You are adept at managing diverse teams and facilitating effective communication across departments. To be successful in this role, you will have: The highest levels of personal integrity and ethical behaviour AMSA issued Certificate of Proficiency or Certificate of Recognition as Chief Integrated Rating Security Awareness Training Advanced Firefighting (AFF) Certificate Certificate of proficiency in Survival Craft Right to work in Australia (and on an Australian flagged vessel) AMSA Certificate of medical fitness Polar Medical – organised if successful Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC) Proven ability as a safety leader Proven leadership qualities with the ability to influence, delegate and think clearly under pressure Advanced competency and skills in MS office and other business applications. This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment as an essential selection component for this role. You must have a Permanent Resident of Australia and be willing to undergo an AAD Polar Medical Examination. We have an agreement in principle for a new EA covering this role. The rates in the new agreement will be significantly higher than in the current agreement and will apply to your role once the new agreement is approved. If you are interested in a role with us, please submit your application and we will be happy to discuss the proposed new rates as a part of the application process. About us – Serco & proud At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, but everyone has a vital role to play fro caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 globally and 14,000 in Asia Pacific responsible for delivering essential public services in areas including defence, justice, immigration, healthcare, facilities management & citizen services. To learn more please visit www.serco.com/aspac Why Join Us You’d be joining a company that delivers essential public services (in partnership with governments) that impact a better future for communities, & those in our care You’ll get to have an impact on how we doings: Enjoy being part of a driven team with a collaborative culture that values decision-makers & action. We Invest in you: Accelerate your career through our learning & development opportunities – think skills based training, defined career pathways & fantastic internal mobility opportunities across the group If you’re inspired to make a positive difference, apply now. Serco’s values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative and collaborative. Our people matter and make a difference every day. We seek and celebrate diversity and encourage applications from all backgrounds and cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, veterans and people with disability. By joining Serco you will have access to Employee Networks led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and belonging • Tue, 14 MaySerco
FIFO Bus Driver / Utility » Western Australia, Australia - FIFO Bus Driver / Utility role Who are we? Techforce Personnel are a proud partner of People IN – Australia’s biggest ASX listed family of staffing brands with 22 offices across Australia and over 300 internal staff. Our specialist business harnesses the extraordinary impact of talented people across Mining and Resources, Shutdowns, Facilities Maintenance, Healthcare, Industrial Services, Civil Construction, Residential/Commercial Construction, and the Oil and Gas Industries. The Opportunity: Techforce urgently require experienced Bus Drivers for FIFO Bus Driver / Utility role. Potential ongoing opportunities throughout Western Australia. Please note this is an Expression of Interest Advert to join our regular pool of workers. Our candidates are given consistent roster - you choose your own roster To be considered you must have / be willing to obtain: HR Class Driver's License Passenger Transport Drivers (PTD) Experience in driving 52/53 seat bus. Right to Work in Australia National Police Clearance (Within 6 months) Medical Drug & Alcohol Screening Verification of Competency (VOC) Firefighting Certificate First Aid The Process All shortlisted personnel must be able to attend a face to face interview at our WA office, pass a full pre-employment medical as well as drug & alcohol testing and pass the Verification of Competency (VOC) prior to employment. Benefits of working for Techforce: Potential regular ongoing with multiple clients – pick your own roster Weekly Pay & competitive rates To work for and be inducted with Australia’s biggest Hospitality & Catering and Mining companies Opportunity to upskill and move in to ongoing or permanent rostered work for the right candidate. To Apply: If you are interested and would like to be considered for any of the above positions, please forward an updated current CV to recruitmenttechforce.com.au or call the office on (08) 6363 7040 Note, your CV should include what sites you are inducted for, and your current list of valid tickets with detailed experience. • Tue, 14 MayTechforce Personnel
Heavy Diesel Fire Appliance Technician » Australia - Heavy Diesel Fire Appliance Technician Salary: DFES Fleet and Equipment Services Agreement 2022, Technician 2, $94,651 - $95,684 (inclusive of availability allowances) superannuation Location: O'Connor Unit/Division: Corporate Services Work Type: Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Position No: Pool Ref 092 Closing Date: 2024-06-28 4:00 PM Attachments: Applicant Information Pack.pdf JDF - Generic - Heavy Diesel F Appliance Technician - Tech 2.pdf Are you a qualified Heavy Diesel Mechanic? Join our dedicated fleet and appliance team who are responsible for ensuring our fire trucks and appliances are kept in safe working order, so our firefighters can attend emergency incidents and keep the community safe. What we can offer Salary: DFES Fleet and Equipment Services Agreement 2022, Heavy Diesel Mechanic Technician 2, $94,651 - $95,684 (inclusive of an availability allowance) superannuation access to attractive overtime rates and other allowances. Permanent appointments to Australian Citizens/Permanent Residents. Visa Sponsorship with fixed term appointment options for people on working visas and already residing in Australia. Career development with stability and guaranteed employment. A 9-day working fortnight. Free parking. Access to generous leave entitlements, including parental leave. Excellent team and safe working environment. Potential to earn more than the annual salary by taking part in out of hours emergency incidents and support. Generous superannuation paid on-top of your annual salary. Plus, a range of other great additional benefits. About the role Service, repair and maintain firefighting and emergency vehicles, equipment such as aerial appliances and hand-held firefighting equipment. Provide technical advice and training to ensure the safety of staff and the community. Undertake paid, on-the-job training including Introduction to Firefighting, 4WD Operations & Recovery, OEM and more. Complete the usual bits of paperwork - nothing too crazy, just worksheets, inspection forms and fault reports. Skills and Requirements Qualification Requirements Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology or Certificate III in Engineering Fixed and Mobile Plant Mechanic (Fixed Plant Mechanic) with elective modules relevant to heavy vehicles or Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology (Mobile Plant Equipment) with elective modules relevant to heavy vehicles or Equivalent with elective modules relevant to heavy vehicles. Skills Required Must have a current Heavy Rigid (HR) licence. Strong safety focus with the ability to work in a team environment. A committed and driven attitude and strong work ethic. Exceptional diagnostic & troubleshooting/interpretive skills. Ability to pass a pre-employment medical. Provide a current National Police Certificate (less than 3 months old) prior to commencement. Full Australian working rights. More about the job Visit the Emergency Fleet Technicians web page to find out more about the team or contact David Townsend, A/Manager Plant & Equipment Maintenance via email david.townsenddfes.wa.gov.au. How to Apply Click on 'Apply' at the bottom of this advert and attach the required documents listed below. OR Email jobsdfes.wa.gov.au and attach the required documents listed below. Required Documents Relevant Qualifications along with transcripts and modules (as listed above). Current Australian Manual HR Licence. A current CV demonstrating your relevant knowledge, skills and experiences, listing contact details for two referees. Evidence of your eligibility to work in Australia (Visa applicants only). For more details, please click on the attached Applicant Information Pack and if you need help lodging your application, contact jobsdfes.wa.gov.au. Please Note: All Essential Criteria listed in the Form will be assessed during the course of the selection process. Referees may be contacted at any stage during the process. Ensure you have saved your documents in MS Word (.docx files only) or PDF format and have allowed plenty of time to submit your application online before 4:00pm (AWST). Any late, emailed or proforma applications submitted will be rejected. An executive search may be undertaken as part of the recruitment to this role. This is a pool selection process that may be used to fill other similar at level vacancies that arise and will be valid until exhausted or a decision is made to close it off. Applicants deemed suitable but not recommended, may be considered for those roles. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application and throughout the recruitment process. All information provided is private and confidential and will only be used to provide reasonable adjustments. Please contact us at jobsdfes.wa.gov.au. Eligibility To Apply You must be an Australian Citizen or hold permanent residency to be considered for permanent appointments or hold a working visa covering the term of the contract (proof must be provided with your application) to be eligible for this position. We will consider visa sponsorship options for people already residing in Australia. About DFES To learn more about DFES and what we have to offer, visit our website or follow us on LinkedIn . DFES Supports Diversity and Inclusion DFES supports inclusion and diversity and advocates the value of inclusiveness where all DFES personnel are encouraged to contribute fully and are recognised and valued for their differences in an environment that is free from discrimination and the negative effects of bias, both conscious and unconscious. People from culturally diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal Australians and people with a disability are encouraged to apply. DFES may prioritise recruitment decisions based on the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA). Position Title Heavy Diesel Fire Appliance Technician Agency Department of Fire & Emergency Services Salary DFES Fleet and Equipment Services Agreement 2022, Technician 2, $94,651 - $95,684 (inclusive of availability allowances) superannuation Location O'Connor Unit/Division Corporate Services Branch Fleet Maintenance Services Work Type Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Position No. Pool Ref 092 Closing Date 2024-06-28 4:00 PM Position Title Heavy Diesel Fire Appliance Technician Branch Fleet Maintenance Services Location O'Connor Work Type Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Closing Date 2024-06-28 4:00 PM Salary DFES Fleet and Equipment Services Agreement 2022, Technician 2, $94,651 - $95,684 (inclusive of availability allowances) superannuation Agency Department of Fire & Emergency Services Company Information Description Are you a qualified Heavy Diesel Mechanic? Join our dedicated fleet and appliance team who are responsible for ensuring our fire trucks and appliances are kept in safe working order, so our firefighters can attend emergency incidents and keep the community safe. What we can offer Salary: DFES Fleet and Equipment Services Agreement 2022, Heavy Diesel Mechanic Technician 2, $94,651 - $95,684 (inclusive of an availability allowance) superannuation access to attractive overtime rates and other allowances. Permanent appointments to Australian Citizens/Permanent Residents. Visa Sponsorship with fixed term appointment options for people on working visas and already residing in Australia. Career development with stability and guaranteed employment. A 9-day working fortnight. Free parking. Access to generous leave entitlements, including parental leave. Excellent team and safe working environment. Potential to earn more than the annual salary by taking part in out of hours emergency incidents and support. Generous superannuation paid on-top of your annual salary. Plus, a range of other great additional benefits. About the role Service, repair and maintain firefighting and emergency vehicles, equipment such as aerial appliances and hand-held firefighting equipment. Provide technical advice and training to ensure the safety of staff and the community. Undertake paid, on-the-job training including Introduction to Firefighting, 4WD Operations & Recovery, OEM and more. Complete the usual bits of paperwork - nothing too crazy, just worksheets, inspection forms and fault reports. Skills and Requirements Qualification Requirements Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology or Certificate III in Engineering Fixed and Mobile Plant Mechanic (Fixed Plant Mechanic) with elective modules relevant to heavy vehicles or Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology (Mobile Plant Equipment) with elective modules relevant to heavy vehicles or Equivalent with elective modules relevant to heavy vehicles. Skills Required Must have a current Heavy Rigid (HR) licence. Strong safety focus with the ability to work in a team environment. A committed and driven attitude and strong work ethic. Exceptional diagnostic & troubleshooting/interpretive skills. Ability to pass a pre-employment medical. Provide a current National Police Certificate (less than 3 months old) prior to commencement. Full Australian working rights. More about the job Visit the Emergency Fleet Technicians web page to find out more about the team or contact David Townsend, A/Manager Plant & Equipment Maintenance via email david.townsenddfes.wa.gov.au. How to Apply Click on 'Apply' at the bottom of this advert and attach the required documents listed below. OR Email jobsdfes.wa.gov.au and attach the required documents listed below. Required Documents Relevant Qualifications along with transcripts and modules (as listed above). Current Australian Manual HR Licence. A current CV demonstrating your relevant knowledge, skills and experiences, listing contact details for two referees. Evidence of your eligibility to work in Australia (Visa applicants only). For more details, please click on the attached Applicant Information Pack and if you need help lodging your application, contact jobsdfes.wa.gov.au. Please Note: All Essential Criteria listed in the Job Description Form will be assessed during the course of the selection process. Referees may be contacted at any stage during the process. Ensure you have saved your documents in MS Word (.docx files only) or PDF format and have allowed plenty of time to submit your application online before 4:00pm (AWST). Any late, emailed or proforma applications submitted will be rejected. An executive search may be undertaken as part of the recruitment to this role. This is a pool selection process that may be used to fill other similar at level vacancies that arise and will be valid until exhausted or a decision is made to close it off. Applicants deemed suitable but not recommended, may be considered for those roles. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application and throughout the recruitment process. All information provided is private and confidential and will only be used to provide reasonable adjustments. Please contact us at jobsdfes.wa.gov.au. Eligibility To Apply You must be an Australian Citizen or hold permanent residency to be considered for permanent appointments or hold a working visa covering the term of the contract (proof must be provided with your application) to be eligible for this position. We will consider visa sponsorship options for people already residing in Australia. About DFES To learn more about DFES and what we have to offer, visit our website or follow us on LinkedIn . DFES Supports Diversity and Inclusion DFES supports inclusion and diversity and advocates the value of inclusiveness where all DFES personnel are encouraged to contribute fully and are recognised and valued for their differences in an environment that is free from discrimination and the negative effects of bias, both conscious and unconscious. People from culturally diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal Australians and people with a disability are encouraged to apply. DFES may prioritise recruitment decisions based on the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA). Attachments - Applicant Information Pack.pdf JDF - Generic - Heavy Diesel F Appliance Technician - Tech 2.pdf Convenience Buttons2: • Mon, 13 MayWestern Australia Government
Station Officer - RAAF Pearce Early Late » Australia - About the role: Our Rescue & Fire Fighting (RFF) services currently extend from stations in WA, SA, VIC, NSW, and QLD. Due to the evolving nature of this contract, we are currently employing a Station Officer for our Aviation Fire and Rescue operations located at RAAF Base Pearce in WA. The successful Station Officer will respond to incidents as required and perform duties as directed by the Regional Manager. Whilst you may be required to work shift work which includes day, night weekends and public holidays the position we are seeking is permanently placed on the following roster pattern. Duration of shifts are as follows: The roster is Early Shift Roster: Monday to Friday 0700 - 1600, and Late Shift Roster: Monday to Thursday 1500 - 0030 About you: Minimum Required Skills & Experience: To be considered for this role it is mandatory you have the following minimum Qualifications and Experience: A minimum of 60 months as a paid firefighter within the fire and rescue industry Completed all required Public Safety units (including site specific units) up to and including the position of Station Officer in accordance with the Enterprise Agreement. PUA20613 Certificate II in Public Safety (Firefighting and Emergency Operations) PUA30613 Certificate III in Public Safety (Firefighting and Emergency Operation) Hold PUA40313 Certificate IV in Public Safety (Firefighting Supervision). Ventia require specific units from within the Certificate levels including the following Public Safety Aviation Units which includes: - PUAFIR305B Respond to Aviation Incidents (General) and PUAFIR205B Respond to Aviation Incidents (Specialist) PUAFIR209B Work safely around aircraft. Driver's Licence (HR) HLTAID003 Provide First Aid HLTAID006 Provide Advanced First Aid HLTAID007 Provide Advanced Resuscitation Other special conditions: A proven track record for performance and professionalism within the fire industry A strong focus on team orientation Eligible to obtain and maintain a Defence Security Clearance up to a level of negative vetting 1 (secret) As a result of this requirement the incumbent must be an Australian Citizen Australian Federal Police check Ability to successfully pass an ARFF pre-employment medical Benefits: Ventia offers you a flexible, supportive, and inclusive work environment where you matter. In addition, you will find a stimulating and rewarding working environment where we take our peoples careers seriously and help them to learn and grow. This role comes with the added security of being offered as a permanent position. About the company: Ventia is one of Australasia's largest dedicated infrastructure service providers, Ventia is a new and dynamic organisation with a rich history. Our clients are the owners and operators of major infrastructure that is critical to our communities. No one else does exactly what we do in the way we do it. Making infrastructure work for our communities is at the heart of who we are and it's what unites and excites us. Diversity: Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses, and people with disabilities. To apply Please submit your resume by clicking the 'apply now' button on this page. Job Segment: Security Clearance, Police, Government, Security • Sat, 11 MayVentia
Firefighter RAAF Pearce Early/Late Crew » Australia - About the role: Our Rescue & Fire Fighting (RFF) services currently extend from stations in WA, SA, VIC, NSW and QLD. Due to the evolving nature of this contract, we are currently employing a Firefighter for our Aviation Fire and Rescue operations located at RAAF Base Pearce in WA. The successful Firefighter will respond to incidents as required and perform duties as directed by the Station Officer. Whilst you may be required to work shift work which includes day, night weekends and public holidays the position we are seeking is permanently placed on the following Early/Late roster pattern. Duration of shifts are as follows: Monday to Friday 0700 - 1600, and Late Shift Roster: Monday to Thursday 1500 - 0030 About you: To be eligible to apply for this role, you will be asked to provide evidence of the following after your application: Mandatory requirements: PUA20613 Certificate II in Public Safety (Fire-fighting and Emergency Operations) PUA30613 Certificate III in Public Safety (Fire-fighting and Emergency Operation) Ventia require specific units from within the Certificate levels including the following Public Safety Aviation Units PUAFIR305B Respond to Aviation Incidents (General) and PUAFIR205B Respond to Aviation Incidents (Specialist) PUAFIR209B Work safely around aircraft Driver's Licence (HR) HLTAID003 Provide First Aid HLTAID006 Provide Advanced First Aid HLTAID007 Provide Advanced Resuscitation Other special conditions: Eligible to obtain and maintain a Defence Security Clearance up to a level of negative vetting 1 (secret) As a result of this requirement the incumbent must be an Australian Citizen Australian Federal Police check Ability to successfully pass an ARRFF pre-employment medical Benefits: Ventia offers you a flexible, supportive and inclusive work environment where you matter. In addition, you will find a stimulating and rewarding working environment where we take our peoples careers seriously and help them to learn and grow. This role comes with the added security of being offered as a permanent position. About the company: Ventia is one of Australasia's largest dedicated infrastructure service providers, Ventia is a new and dynamic organisation with a rich history. Our clients are the owners and operators of major infrastructure that is critical to our communities. No one else does exactly what we do in the way we do it. Making infrastructure work for our communities is at the heart of who we are and it's what unites and excites us. Diversity: Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses, and people with disabilities. To apply Please submit your resume by clicking the 'apply now' button on this page. Job Segment: Security Clearance, Civil Service, Government • Sat, 11 MayVentia
Motorway Patroller » Macquarie Park, Ryde Area - Ventia's Motorways and Tunnels Contract are seeking an experienced Motorway Patroller to join their team across the M2 (Lane Cove/Macquarie Park). The successful applicant will be offered a full-time permanent position, working Monday to Friday with occasional weekend and night work. Benefits Ability to work for one of Australia's largest infrastructure providers Possibility for weekend work and overtime Upskilling and on the job training On-site parking VenPerks - discounts on private health care, car rentals, hotels, retail and more About the role Operate a tow truck when required to assist the team with any breakdowns or incidents Conduct routine maintenance and cleaning on associated buildings/structures Operate the TMA vehicle to assist with removal of disabled vehicles and other obstructions from the motorway Assist members of the public affected by incidents on the motorway, including the provision of first aid and firefighting when it is safe to do so Liase with and support emergency services personnel as required Implement traffic control measures as required for maintenance activities or as a consequence of motorway incidents Conduct routine maintenance and cleaning work as directed by the Maintenance Supervisor About you MR Drivers license or higher White card & Tow Truck license Traffic Guidance Scheme Tickets (TGS) TMA Experience Willingness to work overtime occasionally Basic computer skills About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTTBQIA, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. How to apply If you are looking to expand your career with a business that rewards and values its employees, please apply below by clicking on the apply now button. Position Reference Number: 157444 • Sat, 11 MayVentia

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