Urban Maintenance Systems (UMS) Pty Ltd 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 a full time opportunity for a qualified Horticulturalist to join our team in Thomastown.The Horticulturalist will be responsible for:General gardening and landscape maintenanceGeneral horticultural tasksOperation of mowers, brush cutters, edgers and hedgersOther activities including pruning, weeding, watering, planting, mulching and chemical applicationEssential requirements for this position include:Previous horticulture experienceA Certificate III HorticultureChemcert LicenceManual drivers licenceBe mechanically mindedA Self-starter with the ability to work within a small teamA customer service focus and strong interpersonal skillsStrong safety, environment, and quality focusThe successful candidates will be highly motivated and take pride in their work and have a excellent work ethic.UMS will offers excellent working environment and conditions and prides itself on our safety culture.If you are looking for a role and thrive in an outdoor maintenance environment please forward your resume to Sheree Coleman, HR Coordinator at UMS.
Looking for a chance to make your mark in the HV industry?An excellent opportunity in Leadership and SalesAn Industry leader offering competitive rewardsA hands-on role in developing Business within the TerritoryWe are looking for a talented Branch Manager to start up a new branch and our latest addition to our NZ operation. Soon to open in Hamilton, you will lead the team in providing service and promoting Multispares in the Waikato region.Our CompanyMultispares is the largest independent supplier of truck, trailer and bus parts in Australia and New Zealand. We put great value in developing our business through Quality Parts and Excellent Service. We are an expanding company with a long- term commitment to our industry and our staff.Our company values initiative and independence andWe work in teams to achieve our goals.The RoleAs the Branch manager, you will reflect the company values in the way we do business. Your key responsibility is focused on a long term approach to sales and business development and by establishing clear leadership and direction for your sales team.Responsibilities will include:Driving growth in core products to achieve sales and profit targetsPreparing and managing local sales plans across a balanced portfolio of customersEstablishing and maintaining personal communication with major accounts.Managing local trade shows and customer events.Manage all work performed in the branch and ensure efficiency in all areas of operation.Effectively managing staff and fostering a positive environment.Ensuring customer satisfaction and proper branch operation.The successful candidate will have a hands-on approach and will be committed to the expansion and success of the business by implementing strategies that increase productivity and enable sales targets achievement.The CandidateAs our Branch Manager, you will have a minimum of 5 years in the HV industry, with a proven record in management, business development and sales. You must have a strong technical knowledge in commercial vehicle parts sales, good work ethic, and a good understanding and drive in improving customer relationship.In addition you will have / be:A good working knowledge and network in the local market.Sufficient knowledge and experience of modern management techniques and best practices.A proven record in planning and executing business strategies.Excellent organizational skills.Results driven and customer focused with good problem solving skillsIntermediate computer skills with good problem solving skillsIf you thrive on challenges and want to be part of a market leader in Parts and ServicePlease apply on http://multispares.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies/We are offering an attractive remuneration package includingBase Salary, Incentives, Bonus, Salary Insurance, Motor Vehicle, Kiwi Saver
Job Reference: 3774476 | Location: Hamilton | Listed: 27 September 2017
Immediate StartSkill development opportunitiesCompetitive salary, based on experienceStrathfield Council is seeking people with great attitudes and seeking ongoing stable work.The PositionCouncil is set to deliver major projects across the community over the following year and beyond. The position of the Concrete Finisher is to assist 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.Essential Criteria: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.What we offer:Salary ranging from $49,371.93-$56,526.84 + superannuationRostered day off every 9 daysTo 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 email Gordon Malesevic: firstname.lastname@example.org.Applications close at 11:59pm on 25 October 2017
Immediate StartSkill develop opportunitiesCompetitive salary, based on experienceStrathfield Council is seeking people with great attitudes and seeking ongoing stable work.The PositionCouncil is set to deliver major projects across the community over the following year and beyond. The position of the Labourer is to assist 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.Essential Criteria: 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.Salary and Benefits:Salary ranging from $46,216.38-$52,616.37 + superannuationRostered day off every 9 daysTo 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 email Gordon Malesevic: email@example.com.Applications close at 11:59pm on 25 October 2017
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 open space grounds, building/facilities and infrastructure maintenance services to Government, Local Government and Private sector organisations throughout Australia.We have an opportunity for a enthusiastic and experienced Grounds Worker to join our team based at our Thomastown depot on a full time basis.You will be required to carry out general Grounds and Gardens maintenance work, including operation of mowers, brush cutters, and edgers. Other tasks will include gardening, pruning, weeding, watering, planting, mulching and chemical application.Essential requirements for the position include the following:Some experience in parks and gardens maintenanceSome experience with handling chemicalsManual drivers licenceBe mechanically mindedExcellent customer service focus and interpersonal skillsSelf-starter with the ability to work in a small teamStrong safety, environment, and quality focusPotential candidates must be available to undertake a pre-employment medical assessment and a driving assessment.UMS offers excellent working environment and conditions. So if you are looking for a role in an open space outdoors maintenance environment, apply now!
Casual RoleWork with an organisation committed to social justiceWintringham promotes ongoing training and professional excellenceSalary Packaging, Meals and Entertainment PackagingHigher than award wagesBased in Dandenong, VICWintringham provides aged care services to those who are financially disadvantaged and have previously been homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. Eunice Seddon Home, located in Melbourne's South East offers affordable, high quality accommodation to 60 men and women aged 50 years and over. We provide a safe, flexible and caring family-style environment which allows residents to maintain their chosen lifestyles, habits and activities and to be as independent as they choose to be.Wintringham is seeking casual Domestic Services Assistants to work across the service areas of Kitchen, Cleaning and Laundry. The aim of this role is to ensure; Provision of clean laundry throughout the home at all times, Clean and maintain all areas of the Home as per cleaning schedule, Comply with the requirements of the food safety program and to assist with the preparation and provision of all meals, drinks and snacks.We are seeking candidates with excellent communication skills, a non-judgemental attitude, and the ability to liaise with people form varying socioeconomic backgrounds.We are looking for candidates with the following:Qualifications and experience in food handling, infection control manual handling and use of chemicalsPrior experience in Aged or Community Care (preferable)Strong organisational and time management skillsPhysically able to perform manual task including (but not limited to) bending & liftingFor more information about the role you can download a copy of the Position Description by clicking the PD link below.Applications can be directed to Lauren Eddy (HR Officer) and submitted by clicking on the Apply Now button below.Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 26th October 2017.Successful applicants will be required to undergo a police records check.
Competitive remuneration package and a discount on company productsOngoing training and career developmentClean and contentious work environment committed to keeping you safeForster Tuncurry and the Great Lakes district is a great place to work & live You are dynamic, outgoing and just brilliant as our newest Auto Electrician. You're used to being the go to person to diagnose and solve modern computer controlled auto electrical problems and install auto electrical and 4WD accessories. You may be a qualified Mechanic with Auto Electrical certificates or have genuine experience in an Auto Electrical environment.We are Tuncurry Auto Electricians & Great Lakes 4WDWe are a traditional and strong business established over 30 years ago. We provide a strong customer offering to the Forster Tuncurry region specialising in all battery needs, battery & electrical accessories, air conditioning, auto electrical work and four-wheel drive repair & installations. We are looking for aggressive growth through great workmanship and customer service. Our parent company Ramcar ANZ operates a diverse range of businesses across Australia and New Zealand, including battery supply, battery recycling, mobile service and automotive.You're going to excel in this role, as you take on:Diagnose and repair computer controlled faultsNew wiring and accessory installations on a range of customer vehiclesFitting, testing and commissioning of vehicle electronics and componentsPerform breakdown and field work with minimum supervisionFit and secure solar panels and dual battery systemsAutomotive air conditioning serviceProvide excellent customer service to showroom customersWorking cohesively in a team environmentYou're an experienced Electrician who has:Current AE Trade CertificateStrong customer service skillsPositive & enthusiastic attitudeWillingness to jump in and get the job doneFlexibility and willingness to adapt to a variety of workCurrent driver's licence and own reliable transportIf this is the perfect role for you. Apply now!Only short listed candidates will be contacted. No recruitment agencies please.
EACH is a creative, responsive, innovative organisation that provides leadership and excellence through the provision of a diverse range of integrated services that improve health, wellbeing and community participation throughout Australia. EACH is guided by the principles of the social model of health; holistic service provision; continuous quality improvement; consumer and community participation; and development of the diverse social aspects of the community we work in.EACH is a rapidly growing organisation and currently has over 100 properties either leased or owned in VIC, TAS, ACT, NSW & QLD.Infrastructure CoordinatorFull TimeEastern Suburbs LocationSalary Packaging AvailableNot-for-profit OrganisationThis is a great opportunity for an experienced Facilities Coordinator to work in a values based organisation.As an Infrastructure Coordinator you will be an integral part of the Infrastructure team ensuring the day to day tenancy and workplace activities for EACH.The Facilities Coordinator is responsible for delivering high quality professional facilities support and will help manage all EACH Infrastructure needs to ensure functional, efficient and safe physical working environments.The role requires a combination of contractor management, site liaison and Coordination of the Maintenance Team. You will also be responsible for managing the building maintenance system and ensuring that all site information is up to date.To be successful in this role you should have:Previous experience in building services or project/facilities managementImpeccable organisational skills, multi task and manage a high volumes of workDemonstrated knowledge of company structure, systems and processesExceptional customer service skillsInterpersonal, written and verbal communication skills including the ability to liaise with both internal and external stakeholdersA can do attitude be self-motivated, performance driven, flexible and adaptableThe ability to manage diverse sites across our property portfolioA strong and reliable work ethicPrevious knowledge of computer systems including building management programs and Microsoft Office.It is preferable that you will have experience in facilities/Infrastructure within a similar environment.Candidates will be required to produce a National Police and Working with children clearance and possess a current drivers licence.For specific information about the role, please contact: Petra Smillie, Infrastructure Manager - firstname.lastname@example.orgVacancy closes 5pm, 27/10/2017For a full position description and/or to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at: http://each.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies
Great team cultureAbove award salaryUniform (overalls) supplied and launderedDiverse roleYou are highly organised, methodical and known for paying attention to the finer details.Your quality of workmanship along with your extensive knowledge of hand and power tools will see you succeed in this role.Welcome to NTP Forklifts Australia.After recently merging with Jungheinrich AG, we're one of the world's leading companies in materials handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering, as well as the European leader in warehouse solutions.Reporting to the Workshop Supervisor, you will be responsible for assisting with the daily repairs and maintenance of customer and fleet equipment as well as the preparation of new and used equipment for sale in the workshop.What you will needGood fabrication skillsExperience in painting machineryA general understanding of mechanicsGood knowledge of hand and power toolsYou will be rewarded with job security, a competitive remuneration package and the opportunity to work for an expanding company that offers development opportunities and a chance to make this role your own.If you possess the experience and skills required for this role, then please apply today!
Permanent full time position with attractive wage on offerReputable Company that Encourages Career ProgressionUniform and tools provided Linde Material Handling is a leading international company that manufactures sells and services a range of high technology material handling equipment built on a strong foundation of quality and customer service. Due to ongoing growth, we currently have an excellent opportunity for a driven and reliable Workshop Technician who wishes to build a career with a well-respected company, while at the same time gaining experience with some of the world's premier forklift trucks.In this role you will be responsible for ensure that servicing, diagnosing faults and performing repairs or maintenance are carried out within expected timeframes and at the highest level of quality on Linde's wide range of premium forklift trucks & equipment.The successful candidate will have a mechanical/electrical background ideally having worked on forklifts, heavy equipment or automotive.To be considered for this role you must have the following:Mechanical trade qualification (electric & IC)Proven experience of 3+ years (Ideally in Fork lift repairs).Excellent diagnostic and repair skillsA commitment towards safety and WH&S obligations.Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skillsBasic computer skills in Microsoft office packages - Word, Excel & Outlook.Can work autonomously, whilst achieving tight deadlines targetsForklift Licence (preferred)Linde Materials Handing is looking for an energetic, high performing individual with a can do attitude that can contribute to our business by providing quality workmanship.This role will be a full-time permanent position commencing ASAP. To be successful for this role you will undergo full background and license checks.If this sounds like you please apply online by click the 'Apply' button or contact email@example.com for further details