Position available for an English speaking female on our grain/hay and sheep farm in Young NSW. Duties include being a nanny for two children, household duties and light farm duties (caring for animals, etc) Position is live-in and can count towards second working holiday visa. Starting as soon as possible.
We are looking for a competent Au Pair to take care of our 2 young children for a 6 week period. I will be unable to drive, lift or undertake most daily household tasks for this time as I recover from surgery. We require someone willing to help out in all household areas. We live 60kms from Griffith in NSW and our Au Pair would be required to drive in and out of town as required.
Busy and Fun Filled Rural family require a live in au pair to join the family from late March early April 2016
We live on a farm located in Southern NSW, only 30 minutes from a major regional city; Wagga Wagga. Our farm is mainly cattle, and we also run a few sheep. You will be able experience rural Australia and the lovely lifestyle of farming without being 1000km from a major centre. If you want a fun Australian experience this is the job for you!
I work Monday to Friday for a local real estate agent & my husband Paul will be working on the farm and with his Livestock Transport Business With all this in mind we need support with our one beautiful little boy named Jock now aged 21 months (will be 2yrs in April) and basic house tidying. Jock goes to daycare 2 days a week.
This is a live in au pair role including a weekly payment to be discussed, accommodation in our home all meals and wifi. You will have a car to use so You MUST be a competent, safe driver (gravel roads). Weekends are your free time so you will be able to explore the area and if we are going out and about or away for weekends etc we would love that you come and join us in experiencing our way of life.
Ideally we would like for someone to be able to commit to a minimum of 3 months and to join our family in late March, early April 2016.
If you would like to know more about the role please email me so I can fill you in on questions you may have. We can then have a chat to get to know each other a little better and then decide if you would love to come and join our family and experience Aussie Farm life! Our current Au Pair and past Au pairs are happy to provide references for us also if you would like to chat with them!
Live in housekeepers required for 3 month assignment. Duties include, room cleaning, guest services and some reception. Position includes accommodation, all meals, phone & internet and award wages. The job would suit a female backpacker or similar traveler or VISA holder. Experience and English not essential but would be an advantage. Kingswood Motel is located 20kms from Cobram near the Murray River in NSW. TXT your interest or email. Strictly emails only and please do not call the motel phone.
An incredible opportunity to Au Pair for a experienced host family. The family live in Victoria but will be moving to Melbourne! If you would like to experience the country and the City life with the same family this wonderful opportunity is for you! The family will welcome and embraced you into their home, not only by the family but also by the close picturesque town in Victoria which they live. The family are a laid back, very kind and fun-loving who enjoy playing outside, visiting friends, cooking, and going for walks/drives.
The Au Pair will assist helping their children, with morning and evening routine, school drops off and pickup, driving to after school activities, basic cooking for the children on occasion, meal preparation, light household duties. Taking care of the youngest little girl whilst her brothers are at school, initiating games and other activities and having fun.
Driving is not a requirement but they do offer a car for you to use for you to explore and make short road trips. There is plenty of public transport options for you also to use. There is plenty to do People are friendly with gorgeous cafes, shopping, local pub, gym & sporting complex.
As part of the Au Pair package you will live in the families lovely 4 bedroom home with your own private bedroom with a queen-sized bed and own bathroom. In addition to your accommodation, meals, you will have really good opportunities and generous weekly money is also included. There is a bonus at the end of your placement Also.
If you are looking for a lovely fun-loving family to be part of - The host family want to show their Au Pair what country Victoria have to offer and also explore Melbourne together. Contact us today so we can talk to you more about this fantastic opportunity! There are no service fees for you to pay for our service, however, we offer as much support as possible.
Hilltops Council was established on May 12, 2016 and includes the former councils of Boorowa, Harden and Young. Supporting over 20,000 people, Council's highest priority is to ensure continued and consistent delivery of the many local services valued by these communities.
Hilltops Council is located within the South West Slopes region of NSW which runs from the lower inland slopes of the Great Dividing Range extending from north of Cowra through southern NSW into western Victoria. This is a beautiful part of NSW with wineries, vineyards, cherry orchards and gourmet food shops just some of the local attractions that draw tourists to the region each year. Located between one and a half and two hours from Canberra, Hilltops offers a great country lifestyle, just a hop, skip and a jump from the city.
Primary purpose of the position
The project delivery officer/project manager is tasked with the development, monitoring and implementation of Council’s project and contract management systems and frameworks, ensuring efficient, consistent and successful delivery of projects across the organisation.
Furthermore, the role will involve managing a combination of internal and external resources where necessary.
Within their areas of responsibility, listed below, this role is required to:
Develop and adapt project and contract management systems and practices ensuring the efficient and effective delivery of projects being completed by the project delivery team;
Deliver a diverse range of projects in accordance with Council’s Annual Operational Plans and Delivery Programs;
Ensure the project delivery team completes the agreed projects within agreed parameters;
Work collaboratively with the Executive team and Managers to achieve desired assigned project outcomes;
Foster and lead a culture of continuous improvement within the Project Delivery team, Infrastructure Services and Council-wide;
Lead and implement a customer-focused approach to the delivery of projects within the project delivery team;
Provide guidance to the Manager Major Projects on projects that should be considered in future programs;
Create positive relationships between Council and community stakeholders through active engagement and communication when delivering projects;
Facilitate a culture of continuous improvement, collaboration and exceptional customer service;
Undertake other duties as directed within the skills and abilities of a position at this level.
Extensive project and contract management experience on a diverse range of projects involving internal and external stakeholders;
Demonstrated ability to deliver complex multi-disciplinary projects that achieve broadreaching positive community outcomes;
High-level experience (minimum 3 years) and understanding in planning for delivery of services to the community;
Proven ability to motivate, coach and mentor others;
High-level written and oral communication skills and demonstrated experience in preparing complex reports;
Highly developed interpersonal, negation and conflict resolution skills and demonstrated ability to build networks and sustain collaborative working relationships with key-stakeholders;
Proven research, analytical and problem-solving skills;
Demonstrated self-management skills and the capacity to prioritise and manage multiple projects and meet deadlines;
Proficiency in the use of ICT software and systems relevant to the role;
Rombola Family Farms is seeking a motivated and hard-working Junior Agronomist - Agricultural Technician to join our team!
This role will suit a recent graduate with at least two years of experience looking to kick start their career. If you enjoy agriculture, love being outdoors and working in a fast paced environment this job is for you.
The successful applicant will be a key support to the agronomy team and will assist with pest monitoring, field trials and help manage assessments. They will be responsible for field collections of sap, tissue and soil samples, and prepare the samples for analysis by an independent laboratory. The recording and collation of field data, entry and analysis of the data into relevant systems is an important part of the role.
To be successful in the role you will possess the following:
• Relevant Agriculture qualification with at least two years of relevant field based research experience. • Strong analytical and problem solving skills. • Enjoy working outdoors, agriculture and the environment. • Strong attention to detail, thoroughness and problem solving skills. • To be able to perform tasks well alone as well as part of a team. • Ability to analyse data and interpret trends. • High level of written and verbal communication skills.
In return we offer you
• An attractive remuneration package based upon relevant qualifications and experience. • A passionate and energetic team culture. • Become a part of a progressive, vibrant business.
Who we are
Located 20kms North of Griffith, NSW, our company is a progressive, vibrant, privately owned business. We are involved in a range of agricultural enterprises including melons, pumpkin, broccoli, citrus, wine grapes and almonds, with operations spanning growing, packing and marketing of produce.
For more information or a confidential discussion please contact Erika Antia on 0499 444 717. To apply please submit your application online via http://www.rombolafamilyfarms.com/careers/
To learn more about working with us, we encourage you to visit our website http://www.rombolafamilyfarms.com/
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Rombola Family Farms has great opportunities for motivated team players to join our team. Given to recent grow Rombola Family Farms requires a number of positions in our Griffith (NSW) site. We aim to have a work environment where everyone feels included and everyone can realise their full potential.
The positions in the packinghouse consist in all-round stock controlling, picking, packing and quality assurance of produce. The Farm Machinery Operators and Technicians and Trade Workers will assist in general activities in the field, like for example irrigation, planting, operating farm machinery, spraying activities and so on.
The positions available are:
Agricultural and horticultural plant operator/farm hand: this position supports the general farm activities by carrying out a series of jobs including operating agricultural, forestry and horticultural plants to clear and cultivate crops.
Earthmoving/excavator plant operator - general/farm hand: operate plant to excavate move and load earth, rock and debris, and level, smooth and compact surfaces in the farm and other projects.
: this position supports harvest operations by carrying out a series of jobs, including bin's receival, weighting, packing, transporting and loading of produce.
Product Quality Controller:
The role of the Product Quality Controller examines primary produce to ensure conformity to specifications and standards of presentation and quality.
these positions support harvest operations by carrying out a series of jobs including receiving, handling and dispatching goods.
Technicians and trades workers
: these positions are responsible for general farm maintenance. It includes irrigation systems, machinery, equipment and so on.
Wearhouse administrator: these positions support Packhouse operations by preparing and processing orders for our customers. To be considered to work with us, you'll need to:
Have the relevant licence for the role for example forklift driver licence.
Have relevant experience in the role you are applying for.
Have experience working in a fast-paced environment
Be available to commence work immediately.
Be capable and willing to work in a busy environment. Due to the high physical demands of these positions and regular periods of hot weather workers will need to be physically fit and self-motivated;
Be at least 18 years old and an Australian citizen or permanent resident, New Zealand citizen or hold a valid work visa and be able to provide evidence of your right to work.
For more information or a confidential discussion please contact Erika firstname.lastname@example.org / 0499 444 717.
To learn more about working with us, we encourage you to visit our website http://www.rombolafamilyfarms.com/
The Role Macquarie Business School has several employment opportunities in 2020 for casual Student Administration Advisers. Reporting to the Student Administration Team Leader, the successful candidate will support students enrolled in its university programs. You will provide a wide array of advice to ensure that students are accurately informed. About Us At Macquarie Business School we are highly engaged with the world around us, applying our knowledge to make a positive impact. Working with our corporate partners, students and alumni, we create and share research that addresses business and societal challenges. We attract independent thinkers from all corners of the globe and draw on our international connections to improve the lives of communities worldwide. Our courses are recognised by key industry bodies and include the country's longest-running and most highly regarded actuarial studies and finance programs. Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 54 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we've grown to become the centre of a vibrant local and global community. . To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online with a CV and attach a separate document addressing each of the selection criteria below:
A cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5/4 or 4.5/7 in a degree or major offered by the Macquarie Business School;
A minimum of 1.5 years remaining in a degree after appointment and will not be going on exchange during the time of employment;
Available to complete mandatory training on 15 and 16 January 2020.
Available for on the job training from 20 January for the summer break;
Available to work during Session/Term breaks and must be available enrolment period for new students S1 (February) and S2 (July);
Not planning to participate on exchange for the period of employment.
Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills including the ability to prepare routine correspondence and documentation;
Demonstrated organisational and time management skills including the ability to plan and set priorities in order to efficiently handle a varied workload;
Demonstrated interpersonal skills with an ability to relate to a diverse range of people from varied backgrounds, including students, staff and members of the public;
Demonstrated ability to contribute and participate effectively and efficiently in a team environment.
Following a selection process, successful applicants will be included on the Eligibility List and contacted directly where there is an opportunity for employment. Inclusion on the Eligibility List does not imply that employment is guaranteed. Please note that by providing an Expression of Interest for these positions, you agree that your details may be placed on our database for a period of 12 months. Specific Role Enquiries: Katherine Knight on Applications Close: Sunday, 3rd November 11:55pm (AEDT) Macquarie University is committed to . We value individual difference and recognise the strength of a vibrant, diverse and inclusive workforce where the backgrounds, perspectives and experiences of our staff are a driving force for collaboration, innovation and impact. We work to ensure genuine equality of opportunity for people regardless of their gender, age, cultural background, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and/or family status, and we encourage you to apply for a position at Macquarie University. Advertised: 21 Oct 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 03 Nov 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Are you a strategic thinker with a ‘can do’ attitude?
An opportunity has become available for an enthusiastic and dedicated professional to join the Corporate Strategy team. You will assist in ensuring Council’s strategic planning and reporting framework meets legislative requirements, is meaningful and transparent for the community.
Remuneration of $2,500.34 gross per fortnight + superannuation
Training and development opportunities
Generous leave entitlements including access to Council’s Flexible Working Arrangement
Your new role: As the Corporate Strategy Officer working across all areas of Council, you will help develop business plans for teams. You will be a part of the project team for the review of the Community Strategic Plan where you will be required to engage with the community as well as internal and external stakeholders.
You will also be responsible for creating engaging content to report back to the community on Council’s performance through publications such as the annual report, community survey results and performance reports.
What you will need to succeed: We are looking for someone with:
Qualifications relevant to the role e.g. Diploma in Business Management (Desirable);
Experience relevant to the role with an emphasis on business planning;
Strong communication (oral and written) skills; and
A ‘can do’ attitude!
What you need to do now: All applications must include three (3) documents:
Current Resume, and
Statement Addressing Focus Questions – Maximum three pages.
What qualifications and experience do you have that are relevant to this position?
Provide an example of a process improvement that you have made in a workplace environment?
What personal attributes and skills do you possess that make you the best candidate for this role?
What is next? Applications close Monday, 28 October 2019 @ midnight AEST with interviews to be held in the week commencing Monday, 4 November 2019.
If you are interested in this role and would like more information, please contact Serena Wallace on 02 6926 9235.
For further information, please visit www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/jobs
As part of the recruitment process, pre-employment checks will be conducted in line with requirements of the position including a functional health assessment to ensure candidates can meet the inherent physical requirements of the role.
Council is an inclusive employer. We strive to reflect the community in which we work, as a result we welcome and encourage applications from skilled people from all walks of life. This includes women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people with disability, sexually and gender diverse people, people with lived experience and people of all ages.
Our client is a multinational organisation specialising in heavy equipment management solutions, providing customers across Western Australia, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory with unrivalled support in the mining and construction industries. Manpower are seeking skilled Field Service Mechanics to work for our multinational client specialising in heavy equipment management solutions, servicing customers across Western Australia, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory with unrivalled support in the mining and construction industries. In line with their current growth, they have several permanent opportunities available for immediate commencement! About the Role: You will be required to carry out field service work on a regular basis, and you have access to the latest training and technical knowledge relating to the CAT product in both workshop and field positions as well as armed with your own Field Serivce Ute! You will also be required to have sound customer relations and interpersonal skills with the ability to work completely unsupervised. Reporting to the Field Service Supervisor, your responsibilities will include;
Manage work orders including ordering parts as required
Deliver First Class Customer Service
Visit customer sites to not only diagnose but repair warranty Caterpillar equipment and complete reports
Carrying out Caterpillar product improvement plans and product support program
Maintaining safe work practices and a safe work environment
Australian recognised trade qualification in Plant Mechanics (heavy duty)
Plant Mechanic Expereince is essential
Previous post trade Caterpillar experience in a field service environment
Excellent fault finding skills
Valid C class licence
High Risk Work Licence (i.e. LF, DG, RG, EWP)
Heavy Rigid Licence
Familiarity with service literature
Company Benefits: Our client values their people and love to reward and recognise each employee's contribution. Our cleint offers a competitive remuneration package with several benefits and non-financial rewards to help make everyday life a little more comfortable.
A rewarding career with diverse opportunities
Company ute provided
Uniforms and PPE provided
Overtime available when required
Employee Assistance Program
Competency based annual pay increases
Ongoing training and support
As part of the recruitment process you will be required to undergo pre-employment medical If you feel you are suitable to this role, please click 'APPLY' now!
At Just jeans we are a denim brand that prides ourselves on our knowledge of all things denim. We make finding the ultimate fit easy by offering an amazing range of our signature Just Jeans collection and also a wide selection of international brands.
Our first store opened in 1970 on Chapel Street, Melbourne and has since expanded to over 246 stores across Australia and New Zealand, as well as our stores online
ABOUT THE ROLE
We currently have an exciting role at our Deniliquin store for a passionate Casual Sales Assistant that just loves the kaleidoscope of denim. In this role, you’ll understand shapes and fit to build a connection with our customers to help them find their perfect pair of denim.
You will also be working with a supportive team that are all striving to deliver and amazing experience with our customers, maximise sales, and support the management team with stock organisation and visual merchandising.
- Maximise every sales opportunity to achieve both individual and store sales targets
- Providing a high level of customer service skills
- Gaining the knowledge for all things denim
- Cash handling and processing sales
- General maintenance of store
- Working well within a team environment
- Being able to use initiative
- Attend store meetings and training
- Processing and organizing stock
Just Jeans is also an integral part of the Just Group, which is a major national fashion retail business. For more information on the Just Group and its’ other 6 brands, visit the Just Group website.
HOW TO APPLY
We attract, retain and motivate high calibre employees. Our outstanding leadership team have developed and nurtured a culture that supports our success. We value speed, integrity, energy, and results. We have a 'can do' culture where employees see the difference they make.
If you’re looking to join one of Australia’s largest fashion retail companies and develop a career in the retail industry, click the 'Apply now’ button! Please note, you will be taken to the Just Group website to complete our application form. You will be asked to enter in your email before proceeding however you may be able to populate the majority of fields that follow or save your application for later without completing all required fields and can therefore apply on a mobile.
To succeed in this role, you will: - Demonstrate confidence to approach, connect and sell to our customers - Understand what great customer service looks like - Demonstrate a strong customer focus with everything you do - Value integrity and doing things the right way - Enjoy working with a team in a high energy, fast paced environment - Be ‘solutions focused’ when faced with problems Awareness of loss prevention, health & safety, visual merchandising, as well as experience in a team environment or fashion retail is favourable but not essential. BENEFITS At the Just Group we provide an environment where good performance is recognized and rewarded. When joining our team, you will also be offered: - 50% staff discounts - In-store coaching and comprehensive training plans with an emphasis on fashion styling - Amazing career opportunities across 7 brands and 1,000 retail outlets
Northcott is a not-for profit disability services provider that works with customers to realise their potential. For more information on our values, mission and history, please visit: www.northcott.com.au
About the roles:
Northcott is currently looking for 12 committed, friendly and professional individuals to join our Accommodation and Respite team in the Wagga Wagga area on a Permanent Part-time basis working 64 hours per fortnight.
These are challenging but very rewarding opportunities for experienced support workers to actively support the individual needs of our customers and support them in reaching their goals. Typical duties may include:
Support customers to develop and maintain independence
Support customers with personal care, health issues and hygiene such as eating, dressing, toileting and showering.
Perform various household tasks including menu planning, cooking and serving meals, cleaning, shopping and other activities of daily living.
Support customers with Intellectual Disability, Mental Health issues, Complex Behaviours,
Implement behaviour support plans aimed at supporting individuals who demonstrate challenging behaviours to achieve their goals
Create a stable, supportive environment where customers and their families are able to get the most from their respite time (for respite homes)
A demonstrated commitment to supporting and promoting the individual needs of our customers
Demonstrated ability to develop positive relationships with our customers and to support their individual care plans, as appropriate
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Flexibility to work on a 24/7 rotating roster; you will be required to work across morning, afternoon and active night shifts, including weekend and public holiday shifts
Experience with mental health and/or complex and challenging behaviours will be highly regarded
A current Australian Drivers Licence
NSW Working With Children Check (or willingness to obtain)
National Police Check – no more then 6 months old (or willingness to obtain)
Current First Aid and CPR certificate (or willingness to obtain)
We will be holding interviews for these positions in Wagga Wagga starting from the 4th of November, so please don't hesitate to apply!
A regional hospital; with a 119 bed facility.That boasts a range of specialist services including; emergency critical care, general medicine, surgery and rehabilitation. Located in the north west area region of the Riverina district. This area has a vibrant and cosmopolitan centre; it is home to a thriving agricultural and vineyard industry. Is seeking a locum Grade 3 Physiotherapist to cover a Ambulatory Rehab Inpatient and Outpatient caseload. For a 3 month locum; with the possibility to extend.
Rate of pay will be $50.51 per hour.
Accommodation will be provided. Please note that this is shared accommodation.
Flights or fuel will be provided/covered for the commencement and completion trips.
Provide a high quality physiotherapy service to patients, utilizing assessment skills and developing individual treatment plans to deliver a person-centred service.
Provide supervision and support to Grade 2, Grade 1, AHAs and Physiotherapy students.
More than 5 years post graduate clinical experience.
At least 4 years rehabilitation experience, an Ambulatory Rehab Inpatient and Outpatient caseload. That focuses regaining or maintaining a patients optimal function; allowing them to maximise their independence.
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in planning, implementation and evaluation of service models and novel models of care.
Demonstrated high level interpersonal and communication skills both written and verbal (including conflict resolution and negotiation).
Demonstrated ability to impart knowledge to staff at all levels and across services, as well as members of the wider community.
Demonstrated ability and experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Demonstrate leadership skills and initiative in developing and promoting evidence-based clinical care.
Entitlement to work in Australia.
Current National Police Check.
Holds a current C class drivers licence as some travel may be required.
Must be able to commit to working Monday to Friday: 8:00AM TO 4:30PM (8 hours per day with half hour lunch break).
If you are interested in this position please click 'APPLY' now or alternatively email your resume to email@example.com
Watermelon Picking starting the 1st week of December All days go toward 2nd year visa, Hourly of $24.66 plus, must be 23 years plus. Heavy lifting is involved, extreme heat. Must be extremely fit and healthy. Please call Sheree or Lachlan for more info 03 50272468 or 0416 836646
My client is an innovative highly successful and well established financial planning practice and currently due to growth a fantastic permanent opportunity has arisen for an Advisor Compliance Specialist to join the team. The firm is highly ethical and this will be a challenging and rewarding role which offers career progression and stability.
The firm has a large client base (mainly rural clients) and they offer high level financial planning advice to a diverse range of clients.
The main responsibilities for this role include:
Assist in the development of compliant SoAs
Strategy development across SMSF, Retirement, Investments
Work closely with the Advisers reviewing advice documentation ensuring the advisers are providing high quality complaint advice to clients.
Menage Senior Advisers recommendations and having hard conversations where necessary
Assist Paralalnning team with strategy development and assist with technical queries raised by Advisers
Continual development and improvement of advice processes
Be the go to person for all Advice compliance related matters
Review Advisor files and provide coaching where necessary
Ideal Experience required for this role:
3 years experience as a minimum in a Paraplanning, Advice Compliance or Financial Planning role (Mandatory)
DFP qualified as a minimum combined with a degree relevant to financial planning industry
Proven strategy experience across financial planning
Proven experience supporting Advisors with the implementation of financial strategy
High level communication skills and attention to detail
This is an opportunity not to be missed and I encourage you to apply immediately if this sounds of interest. Please click the "APPLY" button to forward a copy of your resume in strictest confidence. Or to find out more about this role please contact Toby Walsh from Ensure Recruitment on 0404 971 247 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The CompanyA family owned business that is well-established in the commercial interior industry are looking to bring on and develop an eager apprentice in shopfitting.Our client provides installation of high quality commercial joinery and cabinetry services to large and small companies in NSW and surrounds.The RoleAs the Apprentice Shopfitter, you will be performing the following duties; Identify and apply information in construction plans, drawings and specifications Process and fabricate shopfitting components using CNC machines Assemble and install cabinetry and joinery Maintain a neat and tidy workplace.Skills and AttributesThe successful applicant will ideally have/be; Have a keen interest in shopfitting and working with hands Ability to work under pressure Current manual drivers licence is desirable Current White Card.What’s on offer Opportunity to join a growing business in the shopfitting industry Opportunity to gain a Certificate III – Shopfitting Work in a modern, well-equipped workshop and gain hands-on experienceHow to ApplyDoes this sound like you? Please click the ‘Apply’ button now. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Rachel Grigg at GTES on 1300 881 279 or email email@example.com.Applications close midnight Sunday 27th October, 2019** Please note candidate successful for the position will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical assessment involving a drug & alcohol screening and physical assessment upon being offered the position -
Labour Solutions Australia - Darlington Point, NSW
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Labour Solutions Australia (LSA) is a national labour hire and sourcing specialist company. As an ISO accredited organisation and with Labour Hire Licences in South Australia & Queensland; LSA provides compliant labour hire, staffing and other quality workforce solutions to a wide variety of organisations and industries across Australia. We are seeking Farm Labourers to assist with Weed Chipping for a 2-4 week project in Darlington Point - 30 Minutes Drive South of Griffith, NSW.
You will need to have your own transport source your own accommodation (Pref. Near Griffith). You will be paid an hourly rate based off the Horticultural Award.
This role does count towards 88-days for Working Holiday Visa Holders.
About our client:
Our client is a leading food and agri-business company in the world, operating from seed to shelf in 70 countries and has farms across Australia.
Backpackers are welcome to apply
Main Duties Include:
Using Farm Equipment (Hoes) to remove Weeds from the Field Farm Labouring Working outdoors Skills Required:
Must have good English skills Must be able to work remotely Must be able to work in the Sun Must be Physically Fit. Must have own transport and current drivers licence. To express your interest in these and similar positions please send through a copy of your resume and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. It will greatly be appreciated if you can attach work rights documentation to your email.
Working with a range of diverse stakeholders and students
Varied and interesting role
Career opportunity at Charles Sturt University
Continuing, Full Time
Level 4 - $61,693 to $67,012 p.a. (plus 17% superannuation)
You will provide a range of administrative functions in support of operational requirements and analyse and produce reports on operations as requested.
In the provision of services, you will contribute to the ongoing pastoral care and welfare support scheme and will be an integral link in liaison between residential students and the Residence Life unit. You will provide professional service and contribute to a collegial environment, ensuring cross-campus functionality, as well as contributing proactively to the establishment of new systems and processes.
To be successful you will have:
an Associate Diploma level qualification, with relevant work-related experience or an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any combination of education, training and/or experience, preferably in a residential community or student services role;
demonstrated experience undertaking high volume administrative and clerical responsibilities covering a range of functions, including the ability to work autonomously, prioritise work and manage time efficiently to achieve deadlines; AND
strong interpersonal skills to work effectively in a team environment, and liaise frequently with a diverse range of stakeholders such as students, University and Community groups.
Charles Sturt University is a young and growing university committed to developing far-sighted people who help their communities grow and flourish. We make a significant contribution to the prosperity and vibrancy of our rural and regional communities, with a reach and impact across Australia and internationally. We work together with industry, communities and students to create new thinking, inspire each other and make a positive and progressive contribution to the world.
The Division of Student Services offers a wide range of services to new and ongoing CSU students, whether they are on campus or online. The division incorporates the following units; Indigenous Success, Participation and Pathways, Student Communications, Student Safety and Wellbeing, Study Skills and UniLife
The Division has over 250 FTE staff and an annual operating budget of AUD$36 million.
The Division contributes to the student-centred approach, student retention strategies and student satisfaction within the University by working collaboratively with Faculties and Divisions to enhance the students’ University experience.
CSU offers a great work-life balance, professional development opportunities and generous financial benefits.
Charles Sturt University is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. Applications are encouraged from Indigenous Australians; people with a disability; women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles); people who identify as LGBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
This position is open to Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents; or applicants who hold a current valid work visa commensurate with this position.
Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria in the position description. If you experience difficulties applying online or for further information on completing the application process please visit our how to apply page or contact us.
Additional information is available in the position description or by contacting: