The Hills Shire Council
Norwest Business Park LocationModern OfficeDevelopment Opportunities An opportunity exists for motivated and engaging individuals to join our Regulatory Services Team.WHO ARE YOU?Here at The Hills Shire Council we are looking for someone who has a CAN DO attitude, takes initiative, works collaboratively with their team.ABOUT THE POSITIONReporting to the Manager - Regulatory Services you will provide advice, facilitate inspections and the processing of all matters associated with building assessments, environmental health & building matters in accordance with relevant legislation, best practice and Australian Standards.Qualifications and Experience:Tertiary qualification in Health & Building or equivalentDemonstrated practical experience working & giving advice to a similar organisation within: Lodgement, Assessment & Compliance processes of Development, Construction, Inspection and Occupier applications in all classes of building.Accreditation as a Building Surveyor under the Building Professional Boards Accreditation Scheme.Experience & knowledge in Local Government, Environment & Planning & Assessment Act, Local Government Act, Building Code of Australia, Swimming Pools Act & Regulations, Australian Standards & all related planning legislation.Permanent Full-time role, we are seeking applications from varying levels of experience.Position No. S0158Salary Range - $71,042 to $93,129 pa commensurate with skills, qualifications and experience plus Superannuation & leaseback vehicle.To apply, visit Council's website and submit your on-line application by 5pm on Monday 21st August 2017. For further information please refer to the Role Statement.Recruitment Agencies: The Hills Shire Council does recruitment in-house and therefore does not accept unsolicited resumes or appreciate unsolicited calls from recruitment agencies.
City of Canning
Permanent Position - Full Time(Reference Number: 77-17)"Above All - Service" Located 10km from the Perth CBD, the City has a population of over 98,000 and covers an area of 65 sq. km. We are a changing, progressive and caring Council with a strong set of values that underpin the way we work with each other and the community we serve.We provide our employees with generous employment conditions and great lifestyle benefits including:Professional development opportunitiesFree gym membershipWellness programThe PositionAssist in the construction and maintenance activities of roads, drains, footpaths and any other areas under the responsibility of the Build Canning sub-program.Effectively plan, coordinate and supervise all works under direct control taking responsibility for cost effectiveness and performance of all personnel involved under the direction of the Construction Works Supervisor.Key areas of accountability for this position will include; Undertake construction and maintenance activities in relation to earthworks, roadworks, drainage, concrete works, bitumen works, pipelaying, compaction and operating plant;Manage delivery of works and crews under the direction of the Construction Works Supervisor;Advanced technical skills in plan reading including horizontal and vertical dimensions, materials, performance and compaction;Concrete works including reinforced structural concrete, setting up formwork to line and level and finishing of concrete; andDetailed knowledge and understanding of quality control techniques to undertake work to a high quality standard.To be considered for this role you will need to demonstrate how you meet the essential criteria;Extensive experience, knowledge and multi-skilled in road construction and maintenance procedures;Hold and maintain relevant accreditation and competency to operate more than one of the following items of plant (bobcat, excavator, front end loader, crane truck, grader, water cart, roller);Strong team leadership and well developed communication skills; andSurveying skills, plan reading and interpretation.Salary: A weekly wage of $1,244.80 plus superannuation.How to Apply: Please read the attached position description and selection criteria before applying for the position through our job vacancies website, http://careers.canning.wa.gov.auPlease include your resume and a covering letter addressing the selection criteria.Applications close 5.00pm, Monday 28 August 2017.Enquiries: For specific information regarding the role please contact Ron Hunter, Supervisor Construction Works on (08) 9231 0799.Applicants are required to demonstrate a commitment to the City of Canning values of Safe & Supportive, Professional, Accountable & Honest, Responsible and Caring.
Strathfield Municipal Council
Generous award leave provisionsSecure and stable employmentGross salary negotiable for the right candidateTo ensure we deliver our vision, we are seeking an experienced Labourer/Plant Operator to join our ever growing Council and contribute to our fast paced environment. We are seeking an individual that fosters the values of Teamwork, Respect, Integrity and Professionalism.The PositionThe purpose of the position of the Labourer/Plant Operator is to work efficiently and effectively as part of the Parks team and help promote the image of Council as effective, caring courteous and professional. This position will work as part of a team across multiple locations in the Strathfield Local Government Area.To ApplyPlease review the information available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au and address all the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description (not exceeding 1 page).If you have any questions about the role, please contact Brendan Moore: email@example.com or Rob Cranmer, Manager Parks on (02) 9748 9999. Applications close at 11:59pm on 30 August 2017
Strathfield Municipal Council
Entitlement to Council's Rostered-Day-Off schemeCompetitive salary, with the potential for progressionStrathfield Council is seeking people with great attitudes and seeking ongoing stable work.Council is set to deliver major projects across the community over the following year and beyond.If you like working with a good group of people, want a stable job, with a steady income, enjoy having a laugh but can work diligently, then this is the place for you!The PositionThe Concrete Finisher/Labourer assists in constructing and maintaining Council's road infrastructure including footpaths, roads and drainage.This position sits within the Works team and reports to the Works Team Leader. The Works team forms part of the wider Service Delivery section at Strathfield Council.As our Works Concrete Finisher/Labourer you will need:School certificate or equivalentExperience in concreting and general labouring including form work, concrete finishing, paving, road works, asphalting and drainage works.Be physically able to carry out labouring workBe committed to applying multi-skilling in the workplace.Effective communication skills both orally and written.Hold a valid MR drivers licence.Hold a certificate for General Induction for construction work in NSWTraffic control tickets "Traffic Controller (Blue Card)" and "Implement Traffic Control Plans (Yellow Card) ".Demonstrated experience working with WHS requirements.Demonstrated commitment to achieving councils values and organisational behavioursDemonstrate a commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity, Work Health and Safety and Cultural Diversity principles.Desirable Experience in line marking and sign installationExperience in operation of Backhoe, Skid Steer and RollerFirst Aid certificate.Please review the information available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au & enter ref code: 3694748 and address all the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description (not exceeding 1 page.)If you have any questions about the role, please email Gordon Malesevic: firstname.lastname@example.org.Applications close at 11:59pm on 30 August 2017
McCosker Contracting Pty Ltd
An opportunity is now available for 2 highly organised, focused, motivated and enthusiastic individuals to fill the role of Site and Project Engineers.Work within a highly skilled and well established team of construction personnel. Reporting directly to the Project Manager and Operations Manager you will be responsible to complete the project works whilst achieving the project margin, maintaining efficient use of labour and plant resources, encouraging a safe working environment, ensuring all quality and specification requirements are met, all works are completed within time restraints and endeavoring to achieve total client satisfaction.The candidate's responsibilities will include:Managing resourcesSelection of plant and labour, survey requirements, purchasing of all materials, hired equipmentAssist in the management of field staff and operationsManage financials and maintain administrationProject forecasting, project's cash flow, variations, claims, progress claims, administration proceduresEffective implementation of budget and cost control systemsComplete daily records, insurance matters, tax rebates, office procedures, documentation control, and client correspondenceHelp to estimate costs, prepare specifications for materials and carry out surveying and draftingReview and acceptance of client programsImplementation and facilitation of agreed programCoordinate subcontractsSelection, documentation and administration of subcontractors, agreement of S/C payments, effective supervision.Ensure contractual obligations are metEffective reportingMaintaining senior management's knowledge of key issues, accurate and timely monthly reporting. Open communication with all senior staff as requiredTimely submission of all weekly and monthly reports requiredAssist in the completion of progress claims and reportsFacilitate and maintain safetyDevelopment and implementation of safety plan, establishment of emergency procedures, housekeeping, site security, accident investigations, reporting requirementsOngoing development of JSEA's and operating proceduresAssist in the coordination of Safety, Environmental and Quality Assurance requirementsTo be successful in this role you will have as a minimum:5+ years Civil engineering experience with experience in design and construction projectsKnowledge of the Civil Construction industry and current projectsMS Excel & MS Word (Intermediate - Advanced).Ability to read and interpret drawingsCommercial understandingAble to identify, analyse and solve technical problemsCapable of accurate, detailed workAbility to take direction and follow instructions with leadership and personnel management skillsActively complies with workplace health and safety policiesAt McCosker we recognise that our most important assets are the people we employ. A core workforce is retained by McCosker to maintain the reliability and skill levels associated with our industry and past projects. These personnel add experience, expertise and value to our projects. We also recognize the benefit of local people on our projects and always attempt to attract local employees where possible.Only successful applicants will be contacted.
McCosker Contracting Pty Ltd
At McCosker we recognise that our most important assets are the people we employ - Work within a highly skilled and well established team of construction personnel.Gladstone & Emerald locationDue to an increase in successful contracts, an opportunity is now available for a highly organised, focused, motivated and enthusiastic individual to fill the role of Civil Supervisor.Reporting directly to the Project Manager you will be responsible to complete the project works whilst achieving the project margin, maintaining efficient use of labour and plant resources, encouraging a safe working environment, ensuring all quality and specification requirements are met, all works are completed within time restraints and endeavoring to achieve total client satisfaction.Key responsibilities:To provide a quality service to the client by communicating effectively as required and maintaining a positive image for McCosker Contracting.Willingness to undertake on and off the job theory and practical training relevant to the position (internal and external)Comply with McCosker Management System Manual (which outlines Company's Policies, organisational structure, systems, processes and procedures, responsibilities, control and maintenance of resources to meet Company and client requirements) as amended from time to time.To operate machinery in a safe manner and to only operate machinery where there is possession of a current and valid licence and when feel suitably competent under the specific circumstances.May be required to travel with limited notification (24 hours notice) to other McCosker contracting Locations.This requirement is determined by the needs of each individual project.To be successful in this role you will have as a minimum:Minimum 3-5 years proven experience as Civil Supervisor within the construction fieldPrevious exposure to major earthworks, heavy civil, bridges, road, rail and mine projects in AustraliaExcellence and proven ability to run safe practice worksitesFamiliarisation of Integrated Quality Management Systems.Proficient in Microsoft Office including MS Word, Excel and MS Project.Desirable:Certificate in Supervision or equivalent mine competencies for SupervisionCertificates relating to Concreting and Steel fixingTrade - Carpentry qualificationSome exposure to pipe laying and pipe welding (poly) worksA core workforce is retained by McCosker to maintain the reliability and skill levels associated with our industry and past projects. These personnel add experience, expertise and value to our projects. We also recognize the benefit of local people on our projects and always attempt to attract local employees where possible.Only successful applicants will be contacted.
McCosker Contracting Pty Ltd
At McCosker we recognise that our most important assets are the people we employ. A core workforce is retained by McCosker to maintain the reliability and skill levels associated with our industry and past projects. These personnel add experience, expertise and value to our projects. We also recognize the benefit of local people on our projects and always attempt to attract local employees where possible.We are seeking applications from multi-ticketed plant operators for future civil construction and bulk earthworks projects. Whether you are an all rounder or have a particular expertise, if you can operate any of the following we encourage you to apply;Articulated Dump TruckExcavatorFront End LoaderGraderBackhoeRollerHR LicenceCompactorDozerSkid Steer (Bobcat)ScraperPlease also note the below requirements:Copies of all required RII tickets, qualifications and licences are to be attached in your applicationBe able to complete a current medicalHave proven experience in the position you are applying forMcCosker Contracting is committed to maintaining a safe and productive workforce and as such we are seeking applicants who have a strong attitude towards safety and a solid work ethic.Only successful applicants will be contacted.
Urban Maintenance Systems
Urban Maintenance Systems Pty Ltd (UMS) is "Big Enough to Matter, Small Enough to Care" and that's what makes us a successful facilities and maintenance business.We have a family culture and value the contribution our employees make. Our safety record is exemplary.We are a specialist provider of building/facilities, infrastructure and grounds maintenance management services to Government, Local Government and Private sector organisations throughout Australia.We have an opportunity for a full time Contract Coordinator to join our team located at our Chadstone depot. This role would suit a Graduate or someone with previous experience with Infrastructure Maintenance. You will be reporting to the Account Manager assisting with the management and administration of civil construction and project works on a high profile contract.You will be responsible for:Managing a team of field and office based administration staff, including supervision of field audits and scheduled maintenance worksManagement and coordination of the mobile works management & auditing (IT) systemUpdate and monitor works schedules and programsLiaising with customers and clients, including submission of additional work requests and weekly update reportsLiaising with relevant authorities & 3rd party providers where requiredMonitoring work progress and providing regular progress updates to the Account ManagerAssisting with invoicing and end of month processingEssential requirements for this role include:A tertiary qualification (Civil Engineering preferred) or extensive previous experience in roadside maintenancePrevious supervisory experience of a small/medium sized teamHigh level of organisational and project management skillsA high-quality customer service focus and interpersonal skillsPunctuality and excellent presentationExcellent work ethic and highly motivatedExcellent communication skillsLicence in Control and Implement Traffic Management Plans, including Stop/Slow Bat (Preferred)Current Driver's LicenceStrong Safety, Environment and Quality focusUMS offer excellent working environment and conditions and prides itself on our positive culture. If you are interested in joining us, please forward a cover letter and resume now addressed to Sheree Coleman, HR Coordinator at UMS.
Mid Western Regional Council
Based in Mudgee (NSW)35 hours/week, Rostered day off and leaseback vehiclePermanent full time roleAbove award salary offered to outstanding applicantsA fantastic opportunity exists for a skilled and experienced Building Surveyor, with extensive experience in Local Government and A2 level Building Professional Board accreditation, to join our team at Mid-Western!Employed as a Senior Building Surveyor within Council's Health and Building Team, you will be responsible for carrying out the functions of a Principle Certifier on behalf of Council.The role involves, but is not limited to: Coordinating programs and undertake inspections as required to ensure Council meets its obligations regarding legislative requirements;Issuing Part 4A Certificates and assess Development Consents for minor developments;Providing technical health and building expertise and advice to the Manager Health and Building, other staff and the public on those related matters.It is required the successful candidate will be an excellent communicator as you will provide technical and policy advice to persons of all levels and be confident in negotiating conflict to achieve satisfactory outcomes. Having the ability to provide supervision and mentor team members will be treated favourably.We offer a salary range of $2,988-3,363 gross per fortnight (dependent on skills, qualifications and experience) plus superannuation, over a 19 day month with long service leave after 5 years. A leaseback vehicle will be made available to the successful candidate.Mid-Western Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity. We encourage all suitable applicants to apply. Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia to apply for any positions with Council.Council promotes a smoke-free and drug and alcohol-free workplace. (Please note as part of Mid-Western Regional Council's recruitment process, prior to an offer of employment being made, recommended candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment tests which will include drug and alcohol testing).Contact:Josh Baker - Manager Health and Building - (02) 6378 2865