Field Testing Officers, you can't miss this great opportunity to join a company who truly invest in their people. Be part of a collaborative supportive culture where your ideas on improvement truly count!!So, who are we? We are Bunzl Safety a specialist provider of lifting, rigging and materials handling, height safety systems & equipment for solutions, PPE, and workwear. Bunzl Safety, formerly strong safety businesses of work sense safety & workwear and Robertsons, lifting and rigging. Now combined to provide a one stop specialist safety business and is part of Bunzl Australasia which is an integral part of the global Bunzl family.About The RoleA Field Testing Officer with a proven background in working in the field. You will be responsible in ensuring customer goods are inspected and or tested to ensure it meets quality specifications & Australian Standards. This role requires you to inspect / test & report with fact findings on the products therefore clear written & electronic communication skills are required.This role requires travel to our customer sites therefore you will need to work within a flexible schedule which may include working outside normal business hours. However, you will be compensated if such events occur such as overtime and time off in lieu.Experience required:Previous experience and knowledge in Lifting, rigging or height safety applications, products and processes. Must have a sound knowledge on Workplace Health and Safety regulations.Dogmans / riggers tickets / LEEA Team card would be an advantageHow amazing does this sound? If you can show you have the experience, are mechanically minded and have the profile we are looking for, please send your CV with a brief covering letter outlining why we should choose you!We want to hear from you today!
Coogee Chemicals Pty Ltd
Exciting opportunity to join an expanding and multi-disciplined businessCoogee Chemicals is an innovative and highly successful private company pursuing growth through the supply of industrial and mineral processing chemicals to the Australian and International markets. Our expansive Queensland operations provide numerous products and services, including chemical manufacturing, transport and storage tank terminals, to a variety of clients across the region.We are committed to the development of all our staff through training and development as well as Employee Assistance Programs that are tailored to individual needs and focused on achieving common goals.We are looking for an enterprising, enthusiastic person who aspires to be part of a small flexible team, takes pride in their operational knowledge and have excellent communication and time management skills. We offer great benefits to employees and are looking for people who have the ability to add value by thinking outside the box.If you are interested, further information about the role can be found within the Coogee Chemicals Elite Plant Operator Agreement 2016 at:www.fwc.gov.au/documents/dcouments/agreements/fwa/ae424190.pdfHazard Facility experience would be highly regarded but is not essential. For the right candidate, this is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding and multi-disciplined business.If this role sounds like the next exciting step forward in your career please send applications (including your resume and a covering letter clearly stating how you meet the above criteria) by Friday the 3rd of November 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org.To apply for this position, you must have the right to live and work in Australia.Coogee Chemicals is an equal opportunity employer and we support diversity in our workforce.Drug & Alcohol policies are in place on site.Persons wishing to apply should be aware that the applicants may be required to provide a National Police Certificate (Australia-wide Criminal History) prior to commencement within this role.Should you have any further questions in regard to this role please contact Lynn O'Leary on (07) 3893 7578.For further information on our company, visit our web site at www.coogee.com.au
For Safe Working LivesBunzl Safety is a specialist safety company, focusing on the manufacture and distribution of a range of consumables and components including lifting and materials handling products, through to height safety equipment, personal protective equipment, workwear and footwear, largely to the resources, energy, construction, and manufacturing sectors.We are looking for an experienced Warehouse Worker to join our team in Berrimah (Darwin).Reporting to the Site Supervisor, your key responsibility will be to ensure all warehouse operations are conducted in a safe and efficient manner and to ensure that the best possible customer service is delivered at the lowest cost to the business.Some of the duties will include but not limited to:Pick, pack and load customer orders in an efficient and accurate mannerReceive and/or dispatch orders from the warehouse as directed by your Manager, ensuring that all incoming and/or outgoing items are properly accounted forPrepare any required documentation in a neat and accurate mannerBe responsible for yourself, work colleagues, company equipment and goods as per Bunzl policies and Occupational Health and Safety Act.Ensure forklifts are maintained in a clean and serviceable condition and defects or delays in repairs are reported to your ManagerConduct stock takes as and when requiredPerform safety walks when requiredTo be successful for this role you will need to have:Forklift License (FL)Strong experience in warehousing with receiving experienceComputer literate, pronto skills an advantage however not necessaryIf you are looking to take the next step up into store operations then apply today!No agencies please.
Are you an accomplished production manager or qualified engineer who can demonstrate drive, passion and vision? Are you a leader and motivator of skilled manufacturing/production employees?Do you display genuine automation literacy and experience across multiple manufacturing unit operations? Who said that manufacturing and technology is dead in Australia? Certainly not Rinnai, a fast growing and energetic organisation who continues to invest heavily in Australian manufacturing, latest technologies and multi stream category automation.Backed by our Japanese parent, a world leader in electronic, thermodynamic and combustion technologies, an opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, experienced and dedicated Production Manager to be a key part of Rinnai Australia's multi-category and highly developed Manufacturing and Technical division.The person we are looking for is unique. We seek a results focused and personable achiever who is driven to succeed and can make things happen. Similarly, this individual will be ambitious and will use this role as a platform to launch into future career opportunities that would certainly present over time.Some of the qualifications, skills and attributes you will need to demonstrate are:Tertiary qualification within engineering, manufacturing and/or similarly related science disciplines; coupled ideally with post tertiary commercial or management qualifications.Significant production management experience in a fast paced and dynamic manufacturing environment.Genuine automation literacy and demonstrated background in running factories during automation project implementations.Demonstrated ability in driving a quality culture and achieving QA outcomes.Experience across a multiplicity of unit operations; including injection, vacuum, robotics, press, metals fabrication, assembly and diagnostics.Direct management of manufacturing assets, and accountability for production, scheduling, maintenance and people management.Background in product development processes and seeing concepts through to manufacture.Strong understanding of manufacturing technologies and production control systemsConversant with employee relations requirements and an acute background in safety and WHS compliance.The ability to motivate and lead a skilled team of production employeesA willingness to be hands on and results-orientated, with clear expertise in project management and time-lined outcomes.This role is important to Rinnai's strategic direction in Australia, and is critical to the ongoing growth of our organisation. If you can also demonstrate effective lean manufacturing knowledge and an understanding of 5S philosophy, this is your chance to join a dynamic global organisation in a unique career opportunity. Those who have a previous working history within the climate/HVAC industry will also be held in high regard.If you are a team player, have the necessary skills and experience and would like to join a market leader, please complete your application by clicking below; or by submitting your application via our careers site by 8 November 2017.
Toll Mining Services
Toll Energy - Fuel, part of the Toll Group, provides total logistics solutions to the oil and gas, mining, chemicals and coal industries. Toll Energy - Fuel, specialise in the transportation of bulk liquid and industrial gases by road. We service the oil, gas and chemical industries in Australia. We have intimate knowledge of the fuel supply market segment, operating closely with all major fuel suppliers in Australia.We are currently recruiting for an experienced Operations Supervisor to work residentially in Karratha, Western Australia. Reporting to the Branch Manager, you will provide effective leadership and be responsible for the safe delivery of bulk liquids to our clients based in the Pilbara region. This role requires a highly motivated self-starter with strong planning and analytical skills, and the ability to lead and work within a team. You will also have the capacity to manage multiple tasks and priorities and be able to communicate effectively to all levels of the workforce.The key responsibilities for this role include;Strong commitment to health, safety & leadershipMonitor employee performance, coach, identify and develop team membersFull management of fuel stock levels, ensuring compliance as per contract requirementsEnsure operations meet statutory compliance obligations and corporate safety policies, including chain of responsibilityPrecise scheduling of drivers to loads ensuring compliance within fatigue management regulationsEffective coordination of bulk liquid related activitiesMonitor customer bulk liquid usage and report on any anomaliesLiaise with maintenance personnel to enhance the servicing and maintenance of equipment in a safe, efficient, timely and cost effective mannerPromote strong business relations through regular communication with internal and external stakeholdersTo be considered for this position you will have proven supervisory experience together with a strong understanding of the transport and logistics industry. You will lead by example with the ability to enhance a strong site culture whilst promoting self-development within the team.The successful applicant will be rewarded with a permanent position, an excellent remuneration package and the opportunity to be part of an expanding global business offering excellent conditions and benefits.If you possess the experience and skills required then please APPLY NOW! Applicants will need to pass the medical requirements for this role and must be able to provide evidence of having the Right to Work in Australia. It is a prerequisite for the preferred candidate for this role to undergo a criminal background check.Toll is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we encourage men and women of all ages and Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
Toll Mining Services
Toll Mining's reputation within the mining and resources sector has been built on strong, long-term partnerships with our valued customers. We are committed to ensuring our operations demonstrate high performance, quality, safety and value to ensure our customers' ongoing success. We service the mining industries in Australia and have an intimate knowledge of the mining sector, operating closely with all major mining customers in WA.Reporting to the Operations Manager, you will provide effective leadership and be responsible for the allocation and scheduling of fleet, ensuring stock control is well maintained. Working Monday to Friday, including reasonable overtime, you will be highly organised with strong planning skills that will promote the safe and efficient delivery of Ammonium Nitrate (AN) to mine sites throughout Western Australia. You will also have a strong commitment to health, safety and leadership, and a flexible approach, providing coverage for other staff during periods of leave. There will be an on-call requirement for out of hours' phone calls.The key responsibilities for this role include:Strong commitment to health, safety & leadershipMonitor employee performance, coach, identify and develop team membersFull management of AN stock levels, ensuring compliance as per contract requirementsPrecise scheduling of drivers to loads ensuring compliance within fatigue management regulationsEnsure operations meet statutory compliance obligations and corporate safety policies, including chain of responsibilityEffective coordination of AN related activitiesPromote strong business relations through regular communication with internal and external stakeholdersStrong understanding of Accredited Mass Management Scheme (AMMS), WA fatigue laws and heavy vehicle complianceAdvanced in MS Office applicationsA Dangerous Goods Security Card will be required for the roleTo be considered for this role you will hold a relevant tertiary qualification (advantageous) or demonstrated experience in a similar role, with a strong understanding of the transport and logistics industry.The successful applicant will be rewarded with a permanent position, an excellent remuneration package and the opportunity to be part of an expanding global business offering excellent conditions and benefits.If you possess the experience and skills required then please APPLY NOW! Applicants will need to pass the medical requirements for this role and must be able to provide evidence of having the Right to Work in Australia. It is a prerequisite for the preferred candidate for this role to undergo a criminal background check.Toll is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we encourage men and women of all ages and Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
Thomas Foods International Murray Bridge
The Thomas Foods International Tamworth plant is an industry leader in lamb processing. The plant is one of four meat processing facilities owned and operated by Thomas Foods International and produces lamb and Sheep products for domestic and export sale.Our Tamworth plant is looking for new people to fulfill a broad range of roles in all areas of the business. Production currently operates Monday to Friday over two shifts. So a wide range of shifts are available and may suit your current work interests. We offer excellent working conditions and remuneration.Positions are available as Boners, Trimmers, Forklift Operators, QA Officers, Packers, Slicers, Skin Classers, Slaughter persons, Stock persons & Food Process Labourer's. If you are looking for a new challenge you may be the person we're looking for, like to know more, we would be happy to discuss any questions you may have about positions at our facility.You can apply online by following the link, in person by calling into our facility in Phoenix Street Tamworth to collect an application form or by email Recruitment.Tamworth@thomasfoods.com or contact Liah at TFI - Tamworth (02) 6764 9924 to assist you.