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Handy Person » Bindoon, Chittering Area - The Role Ventia are currently seeking 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 $26.90 per hour, plus Super with overtime available. We would also still like to hear from you if you are looking for a permanent part-time or casual position. 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, and & 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: chad.dodsskoutsolutions.com Position Reference Number: 155927 Job Segment: Facilities, Operations • Fri, 09 FebVentia
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8/6 Roster LV Fitter Mobile Maintenance » Port Hedland, Port Hedland Area - Are you a Light Vehicle Fitter who is currently looking to unleash your skills Seek no further than with Programmed Industrial Maintenance Programmed Industrial Maintenance are currently seeking experienced Light Vehicle Mechanics to join their tier one mobile maintenance contract in the Pilbara at Jimblebar The Role 8/6 Roster Dayshift Only BHP Yandi - FIFO Perth Flights & Accommodation provided from Perth to the Pilbara and return. FIFO, DIDO, BIBO, Residential ASAP Start Ideal Candidate Working at Heights and Confined Space Demonstrate First Attack Firefighting Equipment Light vehicles, buses, cranes, telehandlers, forklifts, EWP's, lighting plants, trailers, welders and compressors Ability to pass a pre-employment medical and drug and alcohol screen Experienced / knowledgeable / able to diagnose and repair / capable of working autonomously in breakdown situation A pro-active approach to resolving issues and excellent attention to detail Demonstrated commitment to safety & ZeroHarm What Programmed Can Offer Ongoing and Secure Work Superannuation Paid on ALL HOURS worked Career Development Employee Assistance Program for all employees and immediate family Flights, Meals & Accommodation Provided Only candidates who currently have working rights in Australia need apply. Who are we? Programmed Industrial Maintenance is a leading provider of industrial maintenance solutions to the mining, oil & gas, manufacturing, utilities and infrastructure industries, leveraging scale to deliver localised services efficiently. Working with Programmed Industrial Maintenance means you will become part of the Programmed family: a company that encourages career development, supports flexibility and cares about your personal wellbeing and safety. We encourage applications from men and women of all ages, including people with disability and Indigenous Australians. If you meet and exceed the above requirements and believe you would be an excellent fit for this integral role, don’t miss out - Apply now Email your resume to olivia.deanprogrammed.com.au to apply • Sat, 02 MarProgrammed
Junior Business Analyst » Hughes, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Director State Operations » The Rocks, Sydney - General/Business Unit Manager (CEO & General Management) Government - State (Government & Defence) Be a leader with the world's largest volunteer fire service Support local communities throughout NSW Benefit from ongoing professional development opportunities Enjoy employee benefits, including salary packaging and onsite parking Location: Sydney Olympic Park RFS Headquarters Total Remuneration Package: $242,580 - $266,683 p.a. About the opportunity The RFS is a global leader in fire and emergency services. This is an outstanding opportunity to lead the State Operations function for the world’s largest volunteer fire service. The RFS is a purpose driven organisation, supporting approx. 70,000 dedicated volunteers to protect their communities. We work proactively to prepare for, prevent and protect our citizens from the impact of bush fire and other emergencies. When you join the RFS, you know you are part of something special, with a true ethos of delivering for our community and working collaboratively to improve outcomes. The Director State Operations drives the strategic delivery of operational initiatives and to oversee emergency response, manage business operations, and prepare the RFS for the future. The State Operations team supports RFS operational capabilities to protect the community and our environment by minimising the impact of fire and other emergencies. Reporting to the Deputy Commissioner Field Operations, the Director State Operations will be responsible for: Providing strategic and operational expertise during fire season, ensuring optimal allocation of resource throughout; Ensuring the RFS is adequately prepared to address the operational challenges of fire season, in collaboration with your colleagues and partner agencies; Ensuring professional currency with global best practice in emergency services settings; Proactively anticipating present and future requirements to deliver a globally recognised level of operational proficiency; Extending the operational capability beyond firefighting to support other agencies and jurisdictions, in line with RFS strategic intent; and Leading a diverse team, providing comprehensive support for the RFS firefighting responsibilities throughout NSW. We are looking for someone who enjoys working in a challenging and rapidly evolving environment. Working with us provides an opportunity to use innovative strategies to make a big difference to our community. Have depth and strength of experience in emergency management; Understand and appreciate the complexities of a volunteer organisation; Be comfortable working in a multi-agency environment in high pressure situations; Be confident to engage with diverse audiences about complex issues; and Thrive as a leader in a fast-paced emergency management environment. To be eligible for consideration for this role you must have: Significant emergency management leadership experience at a senior level A Degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Management, Emergency Management) Note: As per the role description, candidates are required to meet minimum essential requirements. If you do not meet the essential requirements for this role, your application may not progress to shortlisting. About the NSW RFS The NSW Rural Fire Service is a frontline service delivery agency of significant standing in the protection of our community and environment. We are the world’s largest volunteer firefighting service, with over 70,000 members, proudly built on a strong tradition of service, trust, resilience, respect, and teamwork. For over 100 years we have been a vital part of the community, working hard to protect life, property and the environment from bush fires and other emergencies. Click here to learn more about the RFS and our values. Looking for more information? If you are interested in applying for this role and require further information, please reach out to our support team to arrange a further discussion. Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Reviews from people working in the industry J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarNSW Rural Fire Service
Junior Business Analyst » O'malley, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays

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Junior Business Analyst » Chifley, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Junior Business Analyst » Torrens, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Junior Business Analyst » Phillip, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Junior Business Analyst » Isaacs, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Safety Manager Safety and Quality Assurance · Richmond, NSW, Australia » Australia - Safety and Quality Assurance · Richmond, NSW, Australia Safety Manager About Coulson Aviation Australia Coulson Aviation Australia is a subsidiary of global aerial firefighting company Coulson Aviation and supports Australian States and Emergency Service Organisations with the provision of heavy 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 to run rapid aerial fire suppression, 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. For more information about Coulson Aviation Australia visit www.coulsonaviation.com.au WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR We are keen to talk to qualified and experienced Safety Managers with a strong operational risk, human factors, and operational safety investigation background. This role will be charged with reviewing our current safety and risk processes supporting flight operations within our challenging operational environment, and to develop best-practice strategies to support the upcoming growth of aerial firefighting, particularly large air tanker and large rotary firebombers within Australia and internationally. RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead, manage and set the standards to enable full implementation and continuous improvement of the Coulson Aviation Australia safety management system Manage corrective, remedial, and preventative actions in relation to the outputs of the safety management system Provide timely and effective advice and reporting to the CEO and operational management leadership team in relation to operational safety and risk management Review, define, implement, and monitor the operational risk management program in relation to the aerial firefighting operational environment in relation to the operation of the Coulson fleet in Australia – inclusive of B737 FIRELINER Large Air Tanker, Citation 560 Lead Aircraft, and B412 rotary-wing assets engaged in emergency response operations on behalf of the NSW Regional Fire Service. REQUIREMENTS: At least 3 years’ experience in flight safety management in either a Part 119 or 138 fixed or rotary wing organization Ability to hold be authorized according to the requirements of CASR Part 119 and 138 Lead Auditor qualification from a recognized Institution Successful completion of a course in safety investigation from a recognized institution A strong operational background with preferably both fixed wing and rotary wing experience Experience in dealing with aviation regulatory authorities (i.e., CASA and/or FAA) Management experience including demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Certificate IV in Training and Assessment desirable Detail-oriented, excellent organizational skills and consistency. Computer literate, with proficient skills in MS-Office suite of programs. Ability to work on projects and solutions with minimal to no supervision. Good leadership and interpersonal skills. Safety and Quality Assurance · Richmond, NSW, Australia J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarCoulson Group
Junior Business Analyst » Mawson, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Junior Business Analyst » Curtin, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Maintenance Manager » Queensland, Australia - Maintenance Manager - 37.5 hours per week The quality and appearance of our care homes and their grounds create the first impression for visitors and are a source of enjoyment and great pleasure for our residents and their families. The Maintenance Manager will be accountable for ensuring that the home, equipment, and gardens remain fully compliant, maintained to a high standard and are fully functional at all times, thereby ensuring the comfort, safety and wellbeing of the home's residents, staff and visitors. Due to the nature of this role when off duty you will need to be prepared to give advice over the telephone and/or be called out to the Home in emergencies. It is essential that applicants have previous hands-on experience which must include painting, decorating and have a proven track record of property maintenance. In addition, the Maintenance Managers duties will include: Carry out maintenance work on the home's grounds, gardens and building to produce a pleasing, well maintained and safe environment. Ensure the immediate reporting of irreparable defects to fixture, fittings, and equipment to the General Manager. Check the home's maintenance request book for tasks to be completed daily and prioritise order of work to be completed. Ensure adequate budgetary control systems and maintain these systems within allocated budgets. Ensure that all work undertaken is with full consideration to the comfort, security, and sensitivity of the residents. Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Annual checks including fire alarm testing, escape routes, window restrictors, wheelchairs, reclining chairs and beds, bed rails, emergency lighting, firefighting equipment, and water temperatures. In return we can offer you Competitive salary Ongoing training and development and the chance to be part of a growing and progressive business. Annual Leave 28 days FlexEarn - providing you with the opportunity to withdraw a portion of your wages in advance of payday, to increase your choice and financial wellbeing. No DBS fees. Employee assistance program to support your health and wellbeing. Blue Light Card offering a number of discounts across retail and hospitality. Refer a friend scheme - earn up to £400 If this role sounds like the right career move for you, and you can demonstrate the skills and experience required we look forward to hearing from you J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarCottrell Moore Ltd
Junior Business Analyst » Duffy, Weston Creek - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Field Supervisor » Australia - There are currently 58 jobslisted byNational Parks & Wildlife Field Supervisor Organisation / Entity: National Parks & Wildlife Job category: Environmental Trades and Services Job location: Regional NSW / Bathurst & Central West NSW Job reference number: 534171 Work type: Full-Time Total remuneration package: Salary Not Specified Closing date: 03/03/2024 - 11:55 PM Field Supervisor Grade 1/2 Package includes salary $81,316 - $86,908 plus employer's contribution to superannuation and 8.5% loading for working weekends and public holidays Temporary, full-time role up to 30 June 2025 Located in Forbes Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Supervisor to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna, and Aboriginal heritage. Field Supervisor coordinates and supervises contractors the in the delivery of field operations for NPWS. Working closely with the Team Leader Field Operations the role ensures the efficient and safe undertaking of works and maintenance duties across the Area. You will also be asked to contribute to the planning, prioritisation, and scheduling of works and be able to undertake administrative and record keeping duties. This is a hands-on role which will involve assisting with the construction and maintenance of roads and fire trails and other infrastructure, protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage sites and the operation and maintenance of plant and equipment. About you As a supervisor, you’ll be experienced in managing and leading a dynamic team and managing multiple projects at once. Your organisational skills and adaptability will be key to your success, coupled with your communication skills and ability to liaise with diverse stakeholders. You’ll work with Rangers and contractors to ensure the delivery of programs and priority projects. As such your collaborative approach and motivation to achieve outcomes will be an asset in this role. Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent. Demonstrated well-developed supervisory and team leadership skills for the implementation of field and operational activities, including the construction and maintenance of walking tracks and park facilities, and pest plant and animal control. Demonstrated ability and experience in cost estimation, budgeting and planning and programming. Experience or detailed knowledge of various trades. Ability and demonstrated experience to undertake crew leadership in fire management. Relevant SafeWork NSW certification, ability and experience in the operation of machinery, plant and equipment for maintenance/construction work, including chainsaws to basic tree felling standard. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining NSW’s most precious natural places. Applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task-based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. The role holder must obtain certification at the appropriate level prior to undertaking firefighting/incident control duties. Notes: Successful applicants must pass the following within a probationary period of 12 months: certification as Fire Crew Member; Senior First Aid and 4WD certification. Prior to undertaking ground or aerial firefighting and/or incident control duties, the incumbent must obtain, and maintain currency in, appropriate levels of national firefighting competencies. All required training and assessments will be provided by E&HG. Effective 1 January 2024, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click on link below. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. Applications close: Sunday 3 March 2024 at 11.55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarNSW Government
Junior Business Analyst » Garran, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Junior Business Analyst » Pearce, Woden Valley - Nationally dispersed government-owned organisation responsible for services to the aviation industry. Your new company Is a government-owned organisation responsible for managing millions of aircraft movements each year. With major operating centres in both Brisbane & Sydney, with a Canberra corporate office, the agency operates 29 air traffic towers at international and regional airports and provides aviation rescue firefighting services at 26 Australian airports. Your new role As a Business Analyst, you'll support business analysis requirements related to various initiatives for the Program. Responsibilities include Collaborating closely with the project/program team and the broader business Running detailed business analysis activities and workshops to support the delivery of existing benefits initiatives Development of new benefit opportunities/initiatives across the organisation. What you'll need to succeed Minimum 5 years’ experience working in business analysis in large business transformation programs/projects. Experience in benefits documentation and analysis models. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Strong interpersonal, mentoring, and coaching skills. Strong consultation and facilitation skills, both face-to-face and in remote working situations. What you'll get in return In return for your expertise, our client offers: A 6-month contract, with an option for a 6-month extension Challenging and impactful work in an autonomous environment Opportunities for professional growth and development. Competitive hourly rate (paid weekly) Flexible working arrangements Ready to Make an Impact? If you’re passionate about digital transformation, thrive in complex environments, and want to shape the future of our nation’s services, please forward an updated copy of your CV to Zachary.Rosserhays.com.au or call Zac on 0419 546 610. This Federal Government Department is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds. 2848689 • Fri, 01 MarHays
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Electrician » Newman, East Pilbara Area - We are currently seeking skilled Electricians to join ourr. WHAT WE OFFEROngoing learning and development opportunities with a large and growing organisationA dynamic team environment and supportive culture, with a strong focus on health & safetyOn-site training in other trades/skillsFIFO from Perth - 2:1 RosterA great range of employee benefitsSUMMARYWe are currently seeking skilled Electricians to join our team at Downer. We have a small project at based at one of our Pilbara sites, Mining Area C kicking off in April until July of this year. This role offers a FIFO arrangement from Perth to Newman, with a 2:1 roster. If you're eager to grow and develop professionally, this is the perfect role for you.WHAT YOU NEEDMandatory Tickets/Licences:Proof of Working Rights in AustraliaA Grade WA Electrical LicenseCPR / LVR (Within 12 months)Working at Heights (Within 5 years)Confined Spaces (Within 5 years)Gas Atmosphere Testing (Within 5 years)Demonstrate first attack firefighting OR Confine small workplace emergencies (Within 5 years)Valid Driver's LicenceTrade CertificateHOW TO APPLYPlease submit your application online via the advertisement - we do not accept email applications. For queries, please contact Jasmin Docking, Recruitment Business Partner on Jasmine.dockingdownergroup.comABOUT USIn Industrial & Energy (I&E) we support our customers with long-term, relationship-based contracts where we seek to help our customers optimise the reliability, efficiency, sustainability, and whole-of-life performance of their assets. Our key capabilities cover the full range of services including maintenance, shutdowns, turnaround, and outage delivery, sustaining capital programs, project development and commissioning services. Downer is made up of more than 33,000 people who are all different. Different preferences and perspectives. Different histories and heritages. We are different in the way we think, the actions we take and the unique value we contribute to Downer and it's these differences that are Downer's greatest strength.As an inclusive employer, we welcome applications from everyone. • Fri, 01 MarDowner EDI Limited
Senior Field Officer (4 roles) » Australia - Package includes salary $74,220 - $78,618, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays. Four full-time ongoing roles. The successful candidates may be eligible for additional financial support on top of their salary package. This may include a remote area allowance and additional subsidies such as relocation support. Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state's environment and heritage . About the roles National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Senior Field Officer to work as part of this small close-knit team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Senior Field Officers supervise the work of field officers and contractors to implement works and maintenance programs. Working closely with the Senior Field Supervisor/Field Supervisor and Team Leader Field Operations, you'll join a supportive team undertaking a diverse range of tasks to enhance and preserve the natural and cultural heritage of our parks. This may include leading a team in the field to maintain and construct park facilities; protect cultural sites; undertake pest and weed control programs; and assist with fire management activities such as mowing, slashing, grading, hazard reduction burns and wildfire response. There are four full time ongoing roles available located in Bourke, Gundabooka, Toorale and Brindingabba. About you Your life skills and practical knowledge along with the ability to plan works, operate independently and maintain relationships with field staff, contractors and the broader Area team will aid your success in this role. You'll be a practical decision-maker with the ability to think and solve problems on your feet. Your enthusiasm and motivation to work with others will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse, fast-paced role. Essential requirements: Ability to work with the Department's statutory obligations as they apply to conservation of natural, Aboriginal and cultural heritage and resources, and willingness to exercise delegated authority for law enforcement. Demonstrated experience in the maintenance/construction of general facilities and grounds. Ability to supervise and carry out all duties safely in accordance with WH&S requirements. Ability to implement planned field and operational activities (including pest animal and plant control); and demonstrated skills and experience in fire management. Demonstrated administrative and organisational skills and capacity for working with various software programs, including ability to use the Agency's financial and asset management systems. Relevant WorkCover Certification, ability and experience for the appropriate operation and maintenance of machinery, plant and equipment for maintenance and construction work. Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent, MR Drivers Licence and ability to drive 4wd vehicles, Senior First Aid Certificate, and demonstrated ability and experience in operating MR vehicles, and willingness to fly in light aircraft. Certification and demonstrated ability and experience in operating chainsaw to at least cross-cut level, and ability to operate and supervise in radio usage. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining some of NSW's most precious natural places. Applicants must meet the requirements of a specific medical assessment) which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake the fitness test for firefighting fitness roles (i.e. moderate level Task-Based Assessment for Firefighters) within the 12-month probationary period, if relevant. The role holder must obtain certification at the appropriate level prior to undertaking firefighting/incident control duties. Effective 1 January 2024, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) . What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave. Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport. Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service . Visit a park . Northern Inland Branch Overview . DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so . In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments . nrmjobs.com.au/job/20021009 • Thu, 29 FebDCCEEW - National Parks & Wildlife Service
Emergency Response Coordinator » Australia - Emergency Response Coordinator - Grosvenor Mine As the Emergency Response Coordinator, you will play an integral part in assisting the Compliance team to coordinate all aspects of emergency response procedures and systems safely and efficiently for Grosvenor, ensuring that statutory compliance is upheld. The key output of this role is to ensure that safety/compliance standards are present and maintained in all activities associated with this role, with the aim to continually improve these standards. This includes, but is not limited to the following: Coordination of the site Mines Rescue teams to ensure minimum legislated manning and competencies are maintained. Undertaking the legislated Fire Officer obligations for site. Coordination of all First Aid, Mines Rescue and Firefighting equipment including ensuring required training, maintenance and inspections are maintained, in accordance with legislation. Recording and reporting on the status of site emergency equipment and capabilities. Coordination of training for site personnel in emergency response and the associated equipment use. Provision of specialist advice in the area of emergency response including both underground and surface areas. Extensive underground mining experience required Certificate IV in Training and Assessing Fire Officer certification and valid First Aid Certificate needed Demonstrated mines rescue experience essential Strong safety commitment and relationship-building skills necessary • Thu, 29 FebAnglo American Plc
Emergency Response Coordinator » Moranbah, Isaac Area - Job Description Emergency Response Coordinator – Grosvenor Mine As the Emergency Response Coordinator, you will play an integral part in assisting the Compliance team to coordinate all aspects of emergency response procedures and systems safely and efficiently for Grosvenor, ensuring that statutory compliance is upheld. The key output of this role is to ensure that safety/compliance standards are present and maintained in all activities associated with this role, with the aim to continually improve these standards. This includes, but is not limited to the following: Coordination of the site Mines Rescue teams to ensure minimum legislated manning and competencies are maintained. Undertaking the legislated Fire Officer obligations for site. Coordination of all First Aid, Mines Rescue and Firefighting equipment including ensuring required training, maintenance and inspections are maintained, in accordance with legislation. Recording and reporting on the status of site emergency equipment and capabilities. Coordination of training for site personnel in emergency response and the associated equipment use. Provision of specialist advice in the area of emergency response including both underground and surface areas. • Mon, 26 FebAnglo American
Nth TAS Forestry Field Technician » South Launceston, Launceston Area - Job Title: Forestry Field Technician Job Summary: We are seeking a reliable and punctual Forestry Field Technician to join our team in Northern Tasmania. As a Field Technician, you will be responsible for assisting with various forestry activities and ensuring the safety of yourself and others. The ideal candidate should have excellent time management skills, the ability to work outdoors in all conditions, and thrive in a team environment. Responsibilities: - Assist in the implementation of forestry projects. - Conduct field surveys to assess forest health, tree growth rates, and potential pest or disease outbreaks. - Collect samples of plant tissues for laboratory analysis. - Follow safety protocols at all times to prevent accidents or injuries during field operations. - Maintain accurate records of work completed and provide regular progress reports to supervisors. - Collaborate with other team members on various tasks as required. Skills: - Excellent time management skills to ensure efficient completion of assigned tasks within given deadlines. - Strong physical stamina and the ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions. - Good communication skills with the ability to follow instructions accurately and report findings effectively. Qualifications: - High school completion or equivalent qualification. - A current Class C driver's license. - Additional certifications related to forestry or agriculture will be an advantage but not mandatory. Desirable - Not compulsory but certainly viewed favourably: - Demonstrated wildfire firefighting competency and/or previous experience in forest fire management. • Sat, 24 FebTechnical Forest Services Pty Ltd
Field Officer - Roads » Blackheath, Blue Mountains - Field Officer – Roads, Grade 3/4 Package includes salary $68,174 – $72,606 employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays 2x temporary, full-time roles up to 30 June 2026 Located in Blackheath Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer – Roads to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Are you a practical, dynamic problem solver that is passionate about working in a great team environment? The Blue Mountains Branch of the National Parks and Wildlife Service are seeking skilled Plant Operators to join our roads and fire trails maintenance team. Your primary duties will be operating a range of NPWS road maintenance equipment, including graders, bulldozers, loaders, excavators, rollers, and trucks. You will be guided by the senior field staff, in your day-to-day work. While working in many amazing natural areas you may also be required to work away from home at times for periods for up to five days. About you Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent, and ability to operate 4wd vehicles up to 4.5 tonnes/15 tonne GVM. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task-based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer Grade 3/4 and Statement of Works Effective 1 January 2024, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click on link below. Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park Blue Mountains Branch Overview How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Paul Huxley, Senior Field Supervisor Roads and Trails, Blue Mountains Branch, NPWS on 0409 936 002 or paul.huxleyenvironment.nsw.gov.au. Applications close: Sunday 25 February 2024 at 11.55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Sat, 24 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Senior Ranger - Reserves » Australia - We are excited to offer: Full time position - 7-day roster pattern (Mon to Sun) & public holidays as required Paid Rostered Day Off (RDO) arrangement $39.40 per hour (first 3 months), then $43.25 per hour (Annual Salary $85,000) 11% Superannuation A leadership position in a diverse team of research-lead land and wildlife management experts Stunning coastal work location, with one of Australia's leading conservation and sustainable Ecotourism organisations. The Role In line with the five-year Conservation Plan and in consultation with the Conservation Department leadership team, the Senior Ranger – Reserves, will prioritise, plan and lead the implementation of a broad range of projects that protect and enhance the environmental and cultural values across the Nature Parks and Millowl, more broadly, whilst maintaining a positive and safe visitor experience. This is a diverse, hands-on role that will work collaboratively with other Conservation Department team members to implement a range of projects. More specifically, fire and emergency management will feature strongly in this role. Key Selection Criteria A proven ability to pro-actively plan, co-ordinate, implement, monitor and evaluate conservation and land management programs. A proven ability to procure and manage external contractors from project inception to completion. Qualifications and experience in fire and emergency management, preparedness and response on public land. A sound understanding of habitat restoration principles and practices. Sound leadership skills including the ability to train and mentor staff Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills including writing, analytical and reporting skills Ability to work within a team environment and form good working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. To commence your journey with us, the following is required: Relevant tertiary qualification in Environmental Science/Natural Resource Management (or equivalent) and/or relevant field experience General Firefighter and Crew Leader qualification or higher such as Operations Officer or Planned Burn Operations Officer A current Manual driver’s licence Working with Children Check First Aid Certificate Level 2 and CPR Willingness to undertake a medical and fitness test to carry out fire management activities. nrmjobs.com.au/job/20020928 • Fri, 23 FebPhillip Island Nature Parks
Senior Ranger - Reserves » Phillip Island, VIC - (or equivalent) and/or relevant field experience General Firefighter and Crew Leader qualification or higher such as Operations... • Thu, 22 FebPhillip Island Nature Parks$85000 per year
Natural Area Team Member » Crestmead, Logan Area - Arborist and Emergency Services Support Specialist Join our flexible team We are currently seeking a skilled Arborist with expertise in tree lopping and a commitment to providing General Firefighting or incident level 1 support during emergencies in parks. Your role will involve working under the delegation of the Natural Areas Supervisor – Operations, both during regular hours and approved overtime. Key Requirements: Vaccination against Hep A, B, Tetanus, and Q Fever. Possession of a White Card for safety. Physical fitness and ability to pass a national police check. Current manual ‘C’ class driver's licence is essential; four-wheel-drive experience is advantageous. Capability to acquire an MR licence (self-funded) within the probation period. Possession of an Agricultural Chemical Distribution Control (ACDC) Commercial Operators Licence. Recognised bushland firefighting qualifications or the ability to obtain Level 1 Firefighting qualification at own cost within the probation period. Level 1 Operate and Maintain Chainsaw certification from a recognised training provider. First Aid certificate. If you're a dedicated professional with the necessary qualifications, apply now At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. • Thu, 22 FebRandstad
Postdoctoral Fellow » The Rocks, Sydney - PRIMARY DETAIL The Biomechanics, Physical Performance, and Exercise Research Group is seeking a researcher to assist with a project to investigate the physical and cognitive load in shipboard firefighters in a Defence context. This is a parental leave backfill position for 12-months fixed term. THE ROLE Salary Package: From $81,581 - $109,852 p.a., plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading Appointment Type: Full-time, Fixed term for 12 months (parental leave cover) Location: Macquarie University (Wallumattagal Campus, North Ryde) The Role A unique opportunity exists for an early career researcher to contribute to research in the Biomechanics, Physical Performance, and Exercise Research Group (BioPPEx) at Macquarie University. This position will have a key role working on a US Defence-funded project to understand the physical and cognitive demands of being a shipboard firefighter. The role will be based at the Macquarie University, North Ryde campus, and will involve: Coordinating researchers within MQ and overseas institutions and stakeholders Leading laboratory-based research projects Assisting with the supervision of HDR students Actively participating in external research projects, including producing publications Day-to-day assistance with managing the research project under direction from the investigator team The possibility exists to participate in teaching activities at Macquarie University About You You will be close to completing, or have completed, a PhD in biomechanics, or a closely related field of exercise and sports science. You will be innovative in a research environment and be able to find ways to combine a range of technologies in a coherent way and enjoy driving innovation. You will enjoy the challenge of working on unique projects and being a leader. You will be able to work independently and collaboratively on research programs and may have experience with supervising Higher Degree Research students and/or research assistants undertaking sport and exercise research projects. About Us The Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences (FMHHS) is ambitiously pushing the boundaries of progressive thinking and challenging what's possible to solve some of the big issues of our time, both nationally and on a global scale. The Faculty's current education suite includes courses in clinical science, physiotherapy, chiropractic, medicine and public health, psychology, cognitive sciences, linguistics, audiology, and speech pathology. The Faculty forms part of MQ Health, an integrated academic health sciences enterprise that incorporates Macquarie University Hospital and primary and speciality clinics. We have active research programs in neurosciences, health systems and patient safety research, cancer medicine, and clinical sciences, amongst others. We foster a values-based culture of innovation and creativity to achieve excellence in teaching and to enhance the research performance of the University. We invest in developing the careers and wellbeing of our students and staff and expect all our leaders to live our values of Caring, Integrity, Teamwork, Ambition, Innovation, and Engagement. Macquarie's initiative to proactively adopt a 'Flexibility by Design' approach to the post-pandemic future of work has been nationally acknowledged as a leader of other industries by the 'Flex-Ready' certification awarded to Macquarie as the only university to be so recognised in the Australian Higher Education sector. Connect with us today. Selection Criteria To be considered for this position you must respond in a statement (maximum 2 pages) addressing the selection criteria and upload this as a separate document in the application process. Essential A PhD (or close to finishing) in a relevant discipline of biomechanics, sport/exercise science or similar Demonstrated experience with laboratory- and field-based research data collection Demonstrated research outcomes, journal articles, conference presentations, or the like, in biomechanics and/or sport/exercise science Demonstrated ability to work effectively and, both independently with limited supervision and under direction, across scientific disciplines Note: This position requires you to comply with occupational screening, assessment and vaccinations in line with Macquarie University health requirements. You may also have to satisfy Macquarie University that you meet all background checks (including criminal record and qualification checks). Please note this position is only open to Australian citizens, permanent residents and those currently residing in Australia with full working rights. Specific Role Enquiries: Associate Professor Tim Doyle at tim.doylemq.edu.au General Enquiries: Nithya Elango, HR Assistant, at nithya.elangomq.edu.au Applications Close: Sunday 3rd March 2024 at 11:59 PM AEDT If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 03/03/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub. • Thu, 22 FebMacquarie University
Technician » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - Agency OverviewFire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) is one of the world’s largest urban fire and rescue services and is the busiest in Australia. Our overriding purpose is to enhance community safety, quality of life, and confidence by minimising the impact of hazards and emergency incidents on the people, property, environment and on the economy of NSW. Our capabilities extend far beyond fighting fires. FRNSW firefighters are among the most highly trained in the world. Our teams provide fire prevention, they respond to hazardous materials incidents, natural disasters, and medical emergencies. Our teams also undertake counter terrorism and urban search and rescue operations. We are prepared for anything – helping anyone, anywhere, anytime.Primary Purpose Of The Role Service maintains and repair FRNSW equipment used on appliances and at emergency incidents to ensure operational effectiveness. Key Accountabilities Undertake scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and repair of specialised equipment. Conduct pre-operational checks of all new and repaired equipment prior to dispatch to fire stations. Maintain stock of spare parts, equipment and consumable items and assist in the receipt and dispatch of equipment and spare parts for the Rescue Logistics Provide information on causes of damage to equipment and contribute to the research into the improvement of usage and/or stowage and to prevent damage where possible. Input data into the Purchasing and the Asset Management database concerning delivery, receipt, dispatch, service, and the repair of equipment. Key challenges Maintain current knowledge of industry standards, changing equipment requirements, policies, relevant legislation, and operating procedures. Identify and resolve faults in equipment returned for servicing. Maintain compliance with Quality Assurance and repair standards for specialist equipment. edsico.com.au1300 EDSICO (1300 337 426) Applicants must be based in Australia Diversity and inclusion are core values of EDSICO. We encourage applications from people with a range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. This includes differences in culture, gender, sexual orientation, language disability status or other attributes. EDSICO encourages ADF veterans and their families to apply. We support and encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates to apply. • Tue, 20 FebEDSICO Management
Traffic Control Team Leader » Byron Bay, Byron Area - Byron Bay NSW 2481 $33 - $37 /hr superannuation Work vehicle fuel card Excellent rates - penalty rates and bat/radio allowances $$$$ Council clients/Commercial clients from Tweed down to Byron We are currently seeking an experienced Traffic Control Team Leader to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading traffic controllers on site and ensuring the efficient set up and pack down of signage on site. What does your day-to-day look like? You'll be: Directing traffic around areas of disruption, such as roadworks, accidents, building sites and planned maintenance Setting up and taking down temporary road signs Directing pedestrians to maintain safety around changed vehicle and road conditions Communicating with other Traffic Controllers and clients Ensure compliance with all safety regulations and company policies Collaborating with traffic authority workers, construction project managers, police officers, paramedics, firefighters, auditors and government officials Minimum requirements: Traffic Controller (TCR) Ticket and Implement Traffic Control Plans (IMP) Ticket Experience in similar role White Card PPE - Long pants, steel cap boots, hard hat & broadbrim hat (we provide the shirt) 5 Watt Radio Traffic control bat Valid driver's licence and ability to drive manual vehicle Perks: Steady hours Drive company vehicle to and from work sites Excellent rates including penalty rates and bat/radio allowances Work with a highly experienced team who have been in the industry for 20 years Exposure to working with your local councils Service the community Annual Spinifex Christmas BBQs Spinifex Recruiting are the leading provider of Traffic control services for Tweed Shire Council & Byron Shire Council. If you are available immediately & open to travel to these areas, hit APPLY today If you require more information, give Brock a call on 1300 800 301 (Option 2). Consultant rachel.mspinifexrecruiting.com.au Reference number: 200035087 Profession: Construction & Trades Traffic Management Crew Company: Spinifex Recruiting Date posted: 17th Feb, 2024 • Tue, 20 FebSpinifex Recruiting
Boilermaker » Perth, Perth Region - Highlights 3/1 Roster available from Perth - Interstate FIFO Opportunity for Full Time work $46.29 p/h plus penalties $4 p/h site Allowance $100 PIP About the Role WorkPac Recruitment are currently seeking Qualified boilermaker on a 3/1 roster. You will be required to conduct work at Rio Tinto's Western Ranges Project in the Pilbara Region of WA. The iron ore project includes Greenfields and Brownfields scope with the construction of a new Run of Mine (ROM) pad, primary crushing facility, overland conveying circuit and modifications to the Coarse Ore Stockpile (COS) and downstream conveying system. What You Will Need 2 years Industrial experience as a Boilermaker Ability to pass a combined 4G/4F Carbon Steel (WPS492 MMAW) Australian recognised Trade Certificate Operate firefighting equipment or equivalent Working Safely with Heights equivalent Hot work permit Nationally Recognised Construction Safety Awareness Card High Risk Work License with WP All successful applicants must be prepared to provide their own Adflow welding helmets to comply with RTIO mandatory requirements About WorkPac WorkPac is Australia's leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Through our my rewards platform, we offer benefits from retail rewards through to financial, health cover, insurance, superannuation services and more. Apply Now Click onto the apply button. For more information contact: Fran Colorito WorkPac Industrial WA Job Reference : PLB.IJ2024108992 At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people. • Tue, 20 FebWorkPac Group
Postdoctoral Fellow » North Ryde, Ryde Area - PRIMARY DETAIL The Biomechanics, Physical Performance, and Exercise Research Group is seeking a researcher to assist with a project to investigate the physical and cognitive load in shipboard firefighters in a Defence context. This is a parental leave backfill position for 12-months fixed term. THE ROLE Salary Package: From $81,581 - $109,852 p.a., plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading Appointment Type: Full-time, Fixed term for 12 months (parental leave cover) Location: Macquarie University (Wallumattagal Campus, North Ryde) The Role A unique opportunity exists for an early career researcher to contribute to research in the Biomechanics, Physical Performance, and Exercise Research Group (BioPPEx) at Macquarie University. This position will have a key role working on a US Defence-funded project to understand the physical and cognitive demands of being a shipboard firefighter. The role will be based at the Macquarie University, North Ryde campus, and will involve: Coordinating researchers within MQ and overseas institutions and stakeholders Leading laboratory-based research projects Assisting with the supervision of HDR students Actively participating in external research projects, including producing publications Day-to-day assistance with managing the research project under direction from the investigator team The possibility exists to participate in teaching activities at Macquarie University About You You will be close to completing, or have completed, a PhD in biomechanics, or a closely related field of exercise and sports science. You will be innovative in a research environment and be able to find ways to combine a range of technologies in a coherent way and enjoy driving innovation. You will enjoy the challenge of working on unique projects and being a leader. You will be able to work independently and collaboratively on research programs and may have experience with supervising Higher Degree Research students and/or research assistants undertaking sport and exercise research projects. About Us The Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences (FMHHS) is ambitiously pushing the boundaries of progressive thinking and challenging what’s possible to solve some of the big issues of our time, both nationally and on a global scale. The Faculty’s current education suite includes courses in clinical science, physiotherapy, chiropractic, medicine and public health, psychology, cognitive sciences, linguistics, audiology, and speech pathology. The Faculty forms part of MQ Health, an integrated academic health sciences enterprise that incorporates Macquarie University Hospital and primary and speciality clinics. We have active research programs in neurosciences, health systems and patient safety research, cancer medicine, and clinical sciences, amongst others. We foster a values-based culture of innovation and creativity to achieve excellence in teaching and to enhance the research performance of the University. We invest in developing the careers and wellbeing of our students and staff and expect all our leaders to live our values of Caring, Integrity, Teamwork, Ambition, Innovation, and Engagement. Macquarie’s initiative to proactively adopt a ‘Flexibility by Design’ approach to the post-pandemic future of work has been nationally acknowledged as a leader of other industries by the ‘Flex-Ready’ certification awarded to Macquarie as the only university to be so recognised in the Australian Higher Education sector. Connect with us today . Selection Criteria To be considered for this position you must respond in a statement (maximum 2 pages) addressing the selection criteria and upload this as a separate document in the application process. Essential A PhD (or close to finishing) in a relevant discipline of biomechanics, sport/exercise science or similar Demonstrated experience with laboratory- and field-based research data collection Demonstrated research outcomes, journal articles, conference presentations, or the like, in biomechanics and/or sport/exercise science Demonstrated ability to work effectively and, both independently with limited supervision and under direction, across scientific disciplines Note: This position requires you to comply with occupational screening, assessment and vaccinations in line with Macquarie University health requirements. You may also have to satisfy Macquarie University that you meet all background checks (including criminal record and qualification checks). Please note this position is only open to Australian citizens, permanent residents and those currently residing in Australia with full working rights. Specific Role Enquiries: Associate Professor Tim Doyle at tim.doylemq.edu.au General Enquiries: Nithya Elango, HR Assistant, at nithya.elangomq.edu.au Applications Close: Sunday 3rd March 2024 at 11:59 PM AEDT If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 03/03/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub . • Tue, 20 FebMacquarie University
Postdoctoral Fellow » Australia - PRIMARY DETAIL The Biomechanics, Physical Performance, and Exercise Research Group is seeking a researcher to assist with a project to investigate the physical and cognitive load in shipboard firefighters in a Defence context. This is a parental leave backfill position for 12-months fixed term. THE ROLE Salary Package : From $81,581 - $109,852 p.a., plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading Appointment Type : Full-time, Fixed term for 12 months (parental leave cover) Location : Macquarie University (Wallumattagal Campus, North Ryde) The Role A unique opportunity exists for an early career researcher to contribute to research in the Biomechanics, Physical Performance, and Exercise Research Group (BioPPEx) at Macquarie University. This position will have a key role working on a US Defence-funded project to understand the physical and cognitive demands of being a shipboard firefighter. The role will be based at the Macquarie University, North Ryde campus, and will involve: Coordinating researchers within MQ and overseas institutions and stakeholders Leading laboratory-based research projects Assisting with the supervision of HDR students Actively participating in external research projects, including producing publications Day-to-day assistance with managing the research project under direction from the investigator team The possibility exists to participate in teaching activities at Macquarie University About You You will be close to completing, or have completed, a PhD in biomechanics, or a closely related field of exercise and sports science. You will be innovative in a research environment and be able to find ways to combine a range of technologies in a coherent way and enjoy driving innovation. You will enjoy the challenge of working on unique projects and being a leader. You will be able to work independently and collaboratively on research programs and may have experience with supervising Higher Degree Research students and/or research assistants undertaking sport and exercise research projects. About Us The Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences (FMHHS) is ambitiously pushing the boundaries of progressive thinking and challenging what’s possible to solve some of the big issues of our time, both nationally and on a global scale. The Faculty’s current education suite includes courses in clinical science, physiotherapy, chiropractic, medicine and public health, psychology, cognitive sciences, linguistics, audiology, and speech pathology. The Faculty forms part of MQ Health, an integrated academic health sciences enterprise that incorporates Macquarie University Hospital and primary and speciality clinics. We have active research programs in neurosciences, health systems and patient safety research, cancer medicine, and clinical sciences, amongst others. We foster a values-based culture of innovation and creativity to achieve excellence in teaching and to enhance the research performance of the University. We invest in developing the careers and wellbeing of our students and staff and expect all our leaders to live our values of Caring, Integrity, Teamwork, Ambition, Innovation, and Engagement. Macquarie’s initiative to proactively adopt a ‘Flexibility by Design’ approach to the post-pandemic future of work has been nationally acknowledged as a leader of other industries by the ‘Flex-Ready’ certification awarded to Macquarie as the only university to be so recognised in the Australian Higher Education sector . Connect with us today . Selection Criteria To be considered for this position you must respond in a statement (maximum 2 pages) addressing the selection criteria and upload this as a separate document in the application process. Essential A PhD (or close to finishing) in a relevant discipline of biomechanics, sport/exercise science or similar Demonstrated experience with laboratory- and field-based research data collection Demonstrated research outcomes, journal articles, conference presentations, or the like, in biomechanics and/or sport/exercise science Demonstrated ability to work effectively and, both independently with limited supervision and under direction, across scientific disciplines Note: This position requires you to comply with occupational screening, assessment and vaccinations in line with Macquarie University health requirements. You may also have to satisfy Macquarie University that you meet all background checks (including criminal record and qualification checks). Please note this position is only open to Australian citizens, permanent residents and those currently residing in Australia with full working rights. Specific Role Enquiries: Associate Professor Tim Doyle at tim.doylemq.edu.au General Enquiries: Nithya Elango, HR Assistant, at nithya.elangomq.edu.au Applications Close: Sunday 10th March 2024 at 11:59 PM AEDT If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 10/03/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub . • Tue, 20 FebMacquarie University
Postdoctoral Fellow » North Ryde, NSW - physical and cognitive demands of being a shipboard firefighter. The role will be based at the Macquarie University, North... • Mon, 19 FebMacquarie University$81581 - 109852 per year
Field Officer 3/4 » Tamworth, Tamworth Region - Field Officer Grade 3/4 Package includes salary $68,174 - $72,606, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays Ongoing full time role Located in Narrabri Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage. About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer to work as part of the close-knit Barwon team based in Narrabri contributing towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers assist with a diverse range of activities relating to maintenance and improvement to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves. You will be guided by Senior Field Officers in your day-to-day work including pest and weed control, routine maintenance, construction and installation of new assets and conservation works. You will operate and maintain plant and equipment, participate in fire management activities, respond to visitor enquiries, and assist with compliance activities as required. Barwon Area manages 44 reserves across North-Western NSW and occasional overnight travel to remote reserves (accommodation provided) will be required in this role. About You Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential Role Requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent and four-wheel driving certification. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer 3/4 Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park Northern Inland Branch Overview How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Liam Hutchins, Acting Area Manager, Northern Inland Branch, NPWS on 0455 586 056 or liam.hutchinsenvironment.nsw.gov.au Applications close: Sunday 3rd March 2024 at 11.55pm A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Sat, 17 FebNSW Government -National Parks & Wildlife
Director State Operations » Australia - Director, State Operations     This opportunity offers: Be a leader with the world's largest volunteer fire service Support local communities throughout NSW Benefit from ongoing professional development opportunities   Enjoy employee benefits, including salary packaging and onsite parking Location: Sydney Olympic Park RFS Headquarters Total Remuneration Package: $242,580 - $266,683 p.a. About the opportunity The RFS is a global leader in fire and emergency services. This is an outstanding opportunity to lead the State Operations function for the world’s largest volunteer fire service. The RFS is a purpose driven organisation, supporting approx. 70,000 dedicated volunteers to protect their communities. We work proactively to prepare for, prevent and protect our citizens from the impact of bush fire and other emergencies. When you join the RFS, you know you are part of something special, with a true ethos of delivering for our community and working collaboratively to improve outcomes. The Director State Operations drives the strategic delivery of operational initiatives and to oversee emergency response, manage business operations, and prepare the RFS for the future. The State Operations team supports RFS operational capabilities to protect the community and our environment by minimising the impact of fire and other emergencies. Reporting to the Deputy Commissioner Field Operations, the Director State Operations will be responsible for: Providing strategic and operational expertise during fire season, ensuring optimal allocation of resource throughout; Ensuring the RFS is adequately prepared to address the operational challenges of fire season, in collaboration with your colleagues and partner agencies;  Ensuring professional currency with global best practice in emergency services settings; Proactively anticipating present and future requirements to deliver a globally recognised level of operational proficiency; Extending the operational capability beyond firefighting to support other agencies and jurisdictions, in line with RFS strategic intent; and Leading a diverse team, providing comprehensive support for the RFS firefighting responsibilities throughout NSW. Our ideal candidate We are looking for someone who enjoys working in a challenging and rapidly evolving environment. Working with us provides an opportunity to use innovative strategies to make a big difference to our community. Have depth and strength of experience in emergency management; Understand and appreciate the complexities of a volunteer organisation; Be comfortable working in a multi-agency environment in high pressure situations; Be confident to engage with diverse audiences about complex issues; and Thrive as a leader in a fast-paced emergency management environment. To be eligible for consideration for this role you must have: Significant emergency management leadership experience at a senior level A Degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Management, Emergency Management) If you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, please access the  role description   and our organisation structure . Note: As per the role description, candidates are required to meet minimum essential requirements. If you do not meet the essential requirements for this role, your application may not progress to shortlisting.  About the NSW RFS The  NSW Rural Fire Service  is a frontline service delivery agency of significant standing in the protection of our community and environment. We are the world’s largest volunteer firefighting service, with over 70,000 members, proudly built on a strong tradition of service, trust, resilience, respect, and teamwork. For over 100 years we have been a vital part of the community, working hard to protect life, property and the environment from bush fires and other emergencies.  Click  here  to learn more about the RFS and our values. Looking for more information? If you are interested in applying for this role and require further information, please reach out to our support team to arrange a further discussion. Jessica Lewy (02) 9157 6215 or Ella Barnard (02) 9157 6224 or via rfsorchardtalent.com.au   If you’re interested in joining the NSW RFS: To be considered for this opportunity, you must submit your application via I Work for NSW , and attach: A  cover letter addressing how you meet the essential requirements of the role, outlining your suitability and why you are interested in this opportunity; A  resume including two current/recent professional referees (please include email address and contact number) Please submit your application no later than 11:59pm Sunday 10th March 2024 . Please note a concurrent executive search is underway through Orchard Talent Group. Recruitment Information We value a diverse and inclusive workplace and actively promote the employment of women, people with a disability, Aboriginal people, LGBTIQA and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The recruitment process may involve a range of assessment activities to determine your capabilities for the role (aligning to the NSW PSC Capability Framework ).  The Capability application tool is designed to help job applicants understand and use the NSW Public Sector Capability Framework when applying for jobs with the NSW government. Additional checks for successful applicants will include referee checks and criminal history checks. A  recruitment (talent) poo l  may be created through this recruitment process. Learn more about how NSW RFS members support communities across NSW below Vacancy Reference: R24/070 Keep up to date with the RFS on our socials       This may not be the role for you, however you can check out other vacancies in the RFS  here , or consider volunteering with your local Brigade. • Fri, 16 FebNSW Rural Fire Service
Field Officer » Tumut, Tumut Area - Field Officer Grade 1-4 Package includes salary $59,008 - $72,606, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays 1 x ongoing and 1 x temporary full-time (6 months) roles Both roles are located in Tumut Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage. About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officers to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers undertake construction, maintenance and improvements to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves, maintains heritage buildings and structures as well as undertaking pest, weed and fire management activities including those in remote areas. Operates and maintains plant and equipment. In addition, Field Officers respond to visitors enquiries and may undertake compliance activities whilst contributing to ensuring that the department’s obligations and aims are met through the enhancement and preservation of the natural and cultural heritage values of parks. About you Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent, and ability to operate 4wd vehicles up to 4.5 tonnes/15 tonne GVM. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Role Description Field Officer 1-4 4 Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining some of NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer Grade 1/4 Effective 1 January 2024. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click here. What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park Southern Ranges Branch Overview Please note that from 1st January 2024, National Parks and Wildlife Service will move from NSW Department of Planning and Environment to become part of the new NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Dale Lovatt, Team Leader Field Operations, Southern Ranges Branch, National Parks and Wildlife Service on 0437 215 127 or via dale.lovattenvironment.nsw.gov.au. Applications close: Thursday, 29 November 2024 at 11:55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Thu, 15 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Forest Fire Operations Officer » Towong, VIC - description. Successful applicants will be required to successfully complete the DEECA General Firefighter accreditation. To be eligible... • Wed, 14 FebState Government of Victoria$57822 - 65221 per year
Safety and Response Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Metro South Health is Australia's first digital health service and one of the largest in Queensland, with an estimated residential population of approximately one million people or 23 per cent of Queensland's population. This is your opportunity to join the dedicated team of professionals at Metro South Health and be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. About the Role Provides building wayfinding for patients, staff, clients, contractors where required. Respond, monitor, and evaluate emergency response situations at ICHC. Liaise with Protective Services, Queensland Police Service, Queensland Fire Emergency Services and Queensland Ambulance Services. Monitor the Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) and maintaining equipment including phone, torches, two-way radios, repeater and portable duress alarm transmitters. Conduct regular inspections of the building and firefighting equipment within the facilities to ensure effective fire safety precautions are observed. Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. Our ICARE² values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Engagement and Excellence, shape our culture within Metro South Health. Our values guide our day-to-day decision making and are fundamental to what we care about as a health service, how we behave, how we interact with each other and provide care to the many patients who come through our doors every day. We offer rewarding career opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas across our health service and pride ourselves on providing a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance. As a Metro South employee, you will benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75%, access to salary packaging, flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro South here: www.metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/join-our-team.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Wed, 14 FebQueensland Health
Field Officer » Lane Cove, Lane Cove Area - Field Officer Grade 3/4 Package includes salary $68,174 - $72,606, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays Ongoing full-time role Located in Lane Cove Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage. About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers assist with a diverse range of activities relating to maintenance and improvement to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves. Northwestern Sydney Area includes Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, the second oldest national park in Australia. Lane Cove National Park, Muogamarra Nature Reserve, Marramarra National Park, Berowra Valley National Park and many more. You will be guided by the senior field staff, in your day-to-day work including pest and weed control, routine maintenance, construction and installation of new assets and conservation works. You will operate and maintain plant and equipment, participate in fire management activities, respond to visitor enquiries and assist with compliance activities as required. About you Your passion for your community, environment and working outdoors, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a practical decision-maker leading operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent and four-wheel driving certification. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining some of NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer 3/4 Effective 1 January 2024. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click here. What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park Greater Sydney Branch Overview Please note that from 1st January 2024, National Parks and Wildlife Service will move from NSW Department of Planning and Environment to become part of the new NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Matthew Bollinger, Team Leader Field Operations, Greater Sydney Branch, National Parks and Wildlife Service on 0406 399 792 or via matthew.bollingerenvironment.nsw.gov.au. Applications close: Tuesday, 27 November 2024 at 11:55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Wed, 14 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Field Officer » Scone, Upper Hunter - Field Officer Grade 3/4 Package includes salary $68,174 - $72,606, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays Ongoing full time role Located in Scone Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage. About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer to work as part of the team contributing towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers assist with a diverse range of activities relating to maintenance and improvement to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves. You will be guided by Senior Field Officers and Field Supervisor in your day-to-day work including pest and weed control, routine maintenance, construction and installation of new assets and conservation works. You will operate and maintain plant and equipment, participate in fire management activities, respond to visitor enquiries, and assist with compliance activities as required. About You Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential Role Requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent and four-wheel driving certification. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer 3/4 Effective 1 January 2024. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click on link below. Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park Hunter Central Coast Branch Overview How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Melissa Reeves, Field Supervisor via melissa.reevesenvironment.nsw.gov.au or 0419 601 486 Applications close: Thursday 29th of February 2024 at 11:55pm A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Tue, 13 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Firefighter » Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region - Successfully complete the Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Service Accelerated Recruit Program and contribute to the success of the Strategic Direction of the NTFRS. • Mon, 12 FebNorthern Territory Government
Field Officer 3/4 » Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads Area - Field Officer Grade 3/4 Package includes salary $68,174 - 72,606, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays Ongoing full-time role Located in Murwillumbah. Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage. About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers assist with a diverse range of activities relating to maintenance and improvement to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves. You will be guided by the senior field staff, in your day-to-day work including pest and weed control, routine maintenance, construction and installation of new assets and conservation works. You will operate and maintain plant and equipment, participate in fire management activities, respond to visitor enquiries and assist with compliance activities as required. About you Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent and four-wheel driving certification. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining some of NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer 3/4 Effective 1 January 2024. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click here. What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park North Coast Branch Overview How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Joel Knight, Team Leader Field Operations, North Coast Branch, NPWS, on 04 5526 6646 or via joel.knightenvironment.nsw.gov.au. Applications close: Thursday 22nd of February 2024 at 11:55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Fri, 09 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Recruit Firefighter | Full-time Permanent » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Recruit Firefighter Full-time Permanent Closes: 10 March 2024 Classification: FB1 (FF 4th Class in Training) Salary: $81,117 plus superannuation Position No: FB1FF, Several Directorate: Justice and Community Safety Advertised (Gazettal date): 06 February 2024 Contact Officer: SOL People on actfireandrescue.recruitmentsolpeople.com.au or (02) 6205 2927 Details: ACT Fire and Rescue are seeking to employ fit, intelligent and motivated people to join their ranks as a Recruit Firefighter. ACTF and R is a 24-hour, 7 day a week emergency service. Firefighters work rostered shifts which include nights, weekends and public holidays. The roster system comprises the following: A 10/14 roster with firefighters working two day shifts (8am to 6pm), followed by two night shifts (6pm to 8am). The majority of operational firefighters fall into this category. Firefighters work in teams under the supervision of a Station Officer. Depending on the shift being worked and the circumstances that emerge during the shift, a firefighter will: Prepare equipment and appliances for emergency response through the application of, and compliance with, routine checking procedures, Operate vehicles in emergency and non-emergency situations in accordance with Traffic Regulations and agency procedures, During building inspections and at calls to fire, locate and identify fire alarms, detectors, suppression and building control systems and check and monitor the status of fire alarms, Whilst performing routine duties and attending emergencies, identify potential and existing hazards, take appropriate action and report the nature of those hazards in accordance with agency OH and S requirements, Respond to fires, rescues and other emergencies and perform duties in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures, including those tasks as allocated by the Station Officer/Senior Officer at the scene, Assist casualties at accidents/incidents and provide emergency care by the application of basic life support techniques and in accordance with agency Standard Operating Procedures. Process information in accordance with agency procedures by, ⦁logging details of emergency reports for action and future reference ⦁receiving, processing and transmitting information via radio, telephone and computer. ⦁completing standard agency proformas. Perform routine Station duties including the cleaning and maintenance of vehicles, equipment and facilities. Undertake training and courses of study to ensure current competence. Eligibility/ Other Requirements: Applicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent residence status and posses the following mandatory requirements. Current first aid certificate ('Provide First Aid' or equivalent), Provide a current Medical Consent for participating in physical abilities tests, Current Australian C Class Licence with no restrictions (no P plates) and confirmation of completion of a 'Heavy Vehicle Knowledge Assessment', Successfully register for an unrestricted ACT Working with Vulnerable People check and National Police Check (NPC) Note: Selection Criteria: Demonstrated ability to work as an effective member of a highly trained team, Ability to safely and effectively perform in an environment that can be physically and emotionally challenging, Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to adapt to a variety of audiences, Demonstrated commitment to excellence in occupational performance, and personal and professional development, An understanding of the role, responsibilities and resilience required for employment as a firefighter and Demonstrated knowledge of fair and safe workplace practices including Work Health and Safety, and the principles of respect, equity and diversity. How to Apply: Applications open on the 5th February and close on the 10th March 2024. All relevant information regarding the role of a firefighter can be found on the ACT Fire and Rescue website and in the 2024 Applicant Information Booklet. Please use the link provided for more information on How to Apply: Fire & Rescue Recruitment | ACT Emergency Services Agency 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 • Fri, 09 FebAustralian Capital Territory Government
Handy Person » Bindoon, Chittering Area - The Role Ventia are currently seeking 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 $26.90 per hour, plus Super with overtime available. We would also still like to hear from you if you are looking for a permanent part-time or casual position. 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, and & 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: chad.dodsskoutsolutions.com Position Reference Number: 155927 Job Segment: Facilities, Operations • Fri, 09 FebVentia
Engineering Technologist » Victoria, Australia - Position available for Engineering Technologist. Magnum Australia Pty Ltd Position : Full Time Location : Kilsyth South Victoria Salary : $65,000 - $80,000 a year Magnum Australia Pty Ltd has been proudly celebrating 50 years as Australian owned and operated business. Initially focused on the Australian mining and quarry industries, they have expanded their reach to the petrochemical, agricultural, firefighting and vehicle wash-down industries - with customers in five continents. All the products are made in-house, in Australia, or sourced from reputable 'brand name' suppliers from around the globe. They are the innovators of the industry. Magnum has an opportunity for an enthusiastic Engineering Technologist to join their team. You will be an integral member of the team supporting them to deliver quality products. Duties and Responsibilities: Responsible for the operation and maintenance of factory machinery including calibration. Read the drawings, work order in order to determine appropriate outcome. Assist design of mechanical equipment and programming to cut material for manufacturing. Analyse existing technology and make recommendations for improvements. Performing technical interactions with suppliers and customers and responsible for preparing engineering drawings Addressing technical problems with proactive solutions Review the work of technicians and provide technical advice to other support personnel. Liaising with external parties, suppliers, design companies and component suppliers. Skills & Experience: Degree/Diploma in Engineering Relevant 2 years’ experience Ability to prioritise and multitask in a timely and efficient manner. High level of attention to detail Be able to work autonomously as well as part of a collaborative team. If you meet the above criteria, please apply now. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. • Thu, 08 FebTalent Recruitment
Field Service Technician » Parkinson, QLD - Experience with hydraulic tools or breathing apparatus Firefighter volunteers are welcome to apply BENEFITS Bunzl offers... • Thu, 08 FebBunzl
Recruit Firefighter | Full-time Permanent » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Closes: 10 March 2024 Classification: FB1 (FF 4th Class in Training) Salary: $81,117 plus superannuation Position No: FB1FF, Several Directorate: Justice and Community Safety Advertised (Gazettal date): 06 February 2024 Contact Officer: SOL People on solpeople.com.au or (02) 6205 2 Details: ACT Fire and Rescue are seeking to employ fit, intelligent and motivated people to join their ranks as a Recruit Firefighter. ACTF and R is a 24-hour, 7 day a week emergency service. Firefighters work rostered shifts which include nights, weekends and public holidays. The roster system comprises the following: A 10/14 roster with firefighters working two day shifts (8am to 6pm), followed by two night shifts (6pm to 8am). The majority of operational firefighters fall into this category. Firefighters work in teams under the supervision of a Station Officer. Depending on the shift being workedand the circumstances that emerge during the shift, a firefighter will: 1. Prepare equipment and appliances for emergency response through the application of, and compliance with, routine checking procedures,2. Operate vehicles in emergency and non-emergency situations in accordance with Traffic Regulations and agency procedures,3. During building inspections and at calls to fire, locate and identify fire alarms, detectors, suppression and building control systems and check and monitor the status of fire alarms,4. Whilst performing routine duties and attending emergencies, identify potential and existing hazards, take appropriate action and report the nature of those hazards in accordance with agency OH and S requirements,5. Respond to fires, rescues and other emergencies and perform duties in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures, including those tasks as allocated by the Station Officer/Senior Officer at the scene,6. Assist casualties at accidents/incidents and provide emergency care by the application of basic life support techniques and in accordance with agency Standard Operating Procedures.7. Process information in accordance with agency procedures by, ⦁logging details of emergency reports for action and future reference⦁receiving, processing and transmitting information via radio, telephone and computer.⦁completing standard agency proformas. 1. Perform routine Station duties including the cleaning and maintenance of vehicles, equipment and facilities.2. Undertake training and courses of study to ensure current competence. Eligibility/ Other Requirements: Applicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent residence status and posses the following mandatory requirements. Current first aid certificate ('Provide First Aid' or equivalent), Provide a current Medical Consent for participating in physical abilities tests, Current Australian C Class Licence with no restrictions (no P plates) and confirmation of completion of a 'Heavy Vehicle Knowledge Assessment', Successfully register for an unrestricted ACT Working with Vulnerable People check and National Police Check (NPC) Note: Selection Criteria: Demonstrated ability to work as an effective member of a highly trained team, Ability to safely and effectively perform in an environment that can be physically and emotionally challenging, Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to adapt to a variety of audiences, Demonstrated commitment to excellence in occupational performance, and personal and professional development, An understanding of the role, responsibilities and resilience required for employment as a firefighter and Demonstrated knowledge of fair and safe workplace practices including Work Health and Safety, and the principles of respect, equity and diversity. How to Apply: Applications open on the 5th February and close on the 10th March 2024. All relevant information regarding the role of a firefighter can be found on the ACT Fire and Rescue website and in the 2024 Applicant Information Booklet. Please use the link provided for more information on How to Apply: Fire & Rescue Recruitment | ACT Emergency Services Agency 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 Career interest categories: Emergency Management Graduates, trainees and apprentices • Wed, 07 FebJustice and Community Safety Directorate ACT
Field Officer 3/4 Identified » Eden, Bega Valley - Aboriginal Identified Opportunity Field Officer 3/4 Identified Package includes salary $68,174 - 72,606, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays Ongoing full-time role Located in Eden Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage Opportunity to work on country and contribute to the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna of the South Coast Branch of National Parks and Wildlife Service. This is an Aboriginal Identified role where Aboriginal identity, cultural knowledge or connections are a genuine aspect of the role. Positions are specifically noted under the provisions of the NSW Anti-discrimination Act (1977). About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers assist with a diverse range of activities relating to maintenance and improvement to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves. You will be guided by the senior field staff, in your day-to-day work including pest and weed control, routine maintenance, construction and installation of new assets and conservation works. You will operate and maintain plant and equipment, participate in fire management activities, respond to visitor enquiries and assist with compliance activities as required. About you Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential requirements This is an Identified role under Section 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 and as such Aboriginality is an essential requirement of the role. Aboriginal identified positions are developed where Aboriginal identity, cultural knowledge or connections are a genuine aspect of the role. Positions are specifically noted under the provisions of the NSW Anti-discrimination Act (1977) for Aboriginal people who meet the following criteria: is of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent, and identifies as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person, and is accepted as such by the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community. Demonstrated experience working with Aboriginal people, government organisations and communities with the ability to communicate across cultures. Knowledge, respect and understanding of Aboriginal cultural issues. Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent and four-wheel driving certification. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining some of NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer 3/4 (Identified) Effective 1 January 2024. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click here. What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Bobby Maher, Team Leader Field Operations,South Coast Branch, NPWS on 0429 323 023 or Bobby.Maherenvironment.nsw.gov.au Applications close: Sunday 25 February 2024 at 11.55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Sat, 03 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Field Officer 3/4 » Bombala, Bombala Area - Field Officer Grade 3/4 Package includes salary $68,174 - 72,606, employer's contribution to superannuation and 17% loading for working weekends and public holidays Ongoing full-time role x1 Temporary full-time role up until 30 June 2025 x1 Located in Bombala Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers assist with a diverse range of activities relating to maintenance and improvement to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves. You will be guided by the senior field staff, in your day-to-day work including pest and weed control, routine maintenance, construction and installation of new assets and conservation works. You will operate and maintain plant and equipment, participate in fire management activities, respond to visitor enquiries and assist with compliance activities as required. About you Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent and four-wheel driving certification. An MR licence is required to progress to Grade 4. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft, lifting apparatus and road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months) in operating a chainsaw to crosscut and basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including ability to obtain and maintain certification as a crew member or higher, within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining some of NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer 3/4 Effective 1 January 2024. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click here. What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Bobby Maher, Team Leader Field Operations,South Coast Branch, NPWS on 0429 323 023 or Bobby.Maherenvironment.nsw.gov.au. Applications close: Sunday 25 February 2024 at 11.55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Sat, 03 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Field Officer 1/2 » Eden, Bega Valley - Field Officer Grade 1/2 Package includes salary $54,422 - $59,745 plus employer's contribution to superannuation Ongoing full-time role Located in Eden Do you want to work to make a difference for NSW? Working to protect the state’s environment and heritage About the role National Parks and Wildlife Service has a unique opportunity for a Field Officer to work as part of the team and contribute towards the conservation of the natural environment, flora, fauna and Aboriginal heritage. Field Officers assist with a diverse range of activities relating to maintenance and improvement to park assets within NPWS parks and reserves. You will be guided by the senior field staff, in your day-to-day work including pest and weed control, routine maintenance, construction and installation of new assets and conservation works. You will operate and maintain plant and equipment, participate in fire management activities, respond to visitor enquiries and assist with compliance activities as required. About you Your passion for your community and environment, coupled with a strong attention to detail and safety will be key to your success in this role. You'll be a strong decision-maker with the ability to lead operations at times and solve problems in the field. You’ll enjoy working as part of a team but be able to work alone or with minimal supervision. Your fitness and enthusiasm will enable you to thrive and succeed in this diverse and dynamic role. Essential requirements Current Australian Class C Drivers licence or equivalent, and ability to drive 4wd vehicles. Ability to obtain and use MR Licence where appropriate. Demonstrated ability and experience to carry out all duties safely and ability to obtain relevant SafeWork NSW certification to appropriately operate and maintain a range of plant and equipment, including but not limited to conditionally registered vehicles, watercraft (non-coxswain), lifting apparatus and minor road maintenance plant as well as the ability and willingness to obtain a First Aid certificate. Certification, or ability to obtain certification within the probationary period (up to 12 months), in operating a chainsaw to crosscut or basic tree felling standard; ability to operate two-way radio. Ability to carry out frontline firefighting duties and support roles including, ability to obtain and maintain certification as crew member within the probationary period (up to 12 months), and a willingness to fly in light aircraft. This is a physically active role suited to candidates of all genders who are fit, enjoy working outdoors as part of a team, and are eager to learn and develop the skills and qualifications needed to contribute toward improving and maintaining NSW’s most precious natural places. Field Officer applicants must meet the requirements of a firefighting medical which is inclusive of a clearance to undertake frontline firefighting roles. The applicant must pass the task-based fitness assessment to a moderate level within the probationary period (up to 12 months) and annually thereafter. To view the Role Description: Field Officer Grade 1/2 Effective 1 January 2024, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). For more information, please click on link below. Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) What we can offer you NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is a great place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. Accrued days off in addition to Annual Leave Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training. What we do About NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Visit a park How to apply Apply by answering all pre-screening questions, submit a current resume and a one-page cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role. DCCEEW strongly recommends all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID-19, to be so. In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. DCCEEW supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. For more information about the role, please contact Bobby Maher, Team Leader Field Operations,South Coast Branch, NPWS on 0429 323 023 or Bobby.Maherenvironment.nsw.gov.au. Applications close: Sunday 25 February 2024 at 11.55pm. A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next 18 months. Looking for more information or assistance in applying? Our Diversity team can assist to: provide alternative formats to apply make adjustments to the recruitment process offer information about workplace adjustments and support networks. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander check out Our Mob on Country to see the work we do and for assistance in applying for a role. Contact our Aboriginal People & Culture team at DPIEAPCdpie.nsw.gov.au if you need further information or assistance. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. • Sat, 03 FebDepartment of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment & Water
Stores Clerk » Grose Wold, Hawkesbury Area - About Coulson Aviation Australia Coulson Aviation Australia is a subsidiary of global aerial firefighting company Coulson Aviation and supports Australian States and Emergency Service Organisations with the provision of heavy 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, Cessna 500 Series Citations, Bell 412, CH47D Chinooks, UH60 Blackhawks and Sikorsky helicopters , we have the ability to run rapid aerial fire suppression, 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. For more information about Coulson Aviation Australia visit www.coulsonaviation.com.au WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR: We are looking for a Stores Clerk to join us in Richmond, NSW, Australia. Salary for this position will fall between $60K - $70K and will be determined based on experience. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensure safe and accurate controlling of stores area for all inventory items. This includes inspection and receipt of inventory items into stores and proper tracking of inventory to meet regulatory requirements. Ensure equipment is operational and manage periodic calibration and testing of equipment as required. Source, order and replenish inventory as requested by ground staff or indicated by pre-established min / max levels. Follow processes to ensure inventory levels are maintained and controlled as required. Be available for re-location on temporary basis between operational sites. Assist with day-to-day operations to support the engineering and flight crews as required. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 1-3 years experience in similar role. Including but not limited to receiving, dispatch, freight handling, purchasing and issuing of stock. Aviation experience preferred. TECHNICAL SKILLS: PC literate, medium level of MS suite of products. 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. Also due to the volume of applications we receive, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. We value a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage applications from individuals from all cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The successful applicant will be required to complete a National Police History Check. • Fri, 02 FebCoulson Group

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