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      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$27.00 - AU$28.00, per hour, Superannuation
      • full-time
      We are seeking experienced labourers and assemblers to join a new worksite based in Kemps Creek. You will be involved in the set up of Amazon’s new warehouse. An exciting opportunity to experience the leading edge robotics environment. $27.98 per hour + 1 hour of OT every day at time & a half.Mon to Fri 7am to 4pm, and half day Saturday shifts availableFull time and Part time opportunitiesImmediate start available To be successful you will need You will need to have previous experience in assembly, production work, warehouse, construction, forklift driver, transport/logistics, pick packer or as a trade worker. In addition you will need: Whitecard or able to obtain a WhitecardMUST have transport (own car or reliable lifts) - site not accessible by public transport. How to Apply Send your resume with the apply button. Alternatively email your resume to parramatta@randstad.com.au with the subject line: General labourer for Kemps Creek If you have any questions call us on 02 9615 5300 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are seeking experienced labourers and assemblers to join a new worksite based in Kemps Creek. You will be involved in the set up of Amazon’s new warehouse. An exciting opportunity to experience the leading edge robotics environment. $27.98 per hour + 1 hour of OT every day at time & a half.Mon to Fri 7am to 4pm, and half day Saturday shifts availableFull time and Part time opportunitiesImmediate start available To be successful you will need You will need to have previous experience in assembly, production work, warehouse, construction, forklift driver, transport/logistics, pick packer or as a trade worker. In addition you will need: Whitecard or able to obtain a WhitecardMUST have transport (own car or reliable lifts) - site not accessible by public transport. How to Apply Send your resume with the apply button. Alternatively email your resume to parramatta@randstad.com.au with the subject line: General labourer for Kemps Creek If you have any questions call us on 02 9615 5300 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$30.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, plus super
      • part-time
      Night shift Wednesday, Thursday & FridayHours 10:00pm - 6:00am | Competitive pay rate Wetherill Park area | Onsite parkingThe CompanyInstantly recognised service organised in the Wetherill Park area is offering an excellent opportunity within the business for a Weighbridge Operator to join the team on a Part Time basis. This PositionYou will provide efficient Weighbridge Operation for the facility, maintain traffic flow and communication across the site and offer support in key administration tasks for the Site Administration Manager and other business unitsThe CandidateProven experience in a Weighbridge or Customer Service Admin role is essentialServing customers in a timely and professional mannerAbility to work autonomously Commitment to the organisations safety, environmental and quality assurance policies Quick thinker and problem solver High attention to detailIntermediate microsoft office skillsBenefits:A safe, professional and inclusive work environmentPart of an organisation with a great team cultureCompetitive hourly pay rate Parking on-site Applications:For more information, please email julia.montgomert@randstad.com.au or call directly on 9615 5368 for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Night shift Wednesday, Thursday & FridayHours 10:00pm - 6:00am | Competitive pay rate Wetherill Park area | Onsite parkingThe CompanyInstantly recognised service organised in the Wetherill Park area is offering an excellent opportunity within the business for a Weighbridge Operator to join the team on a Part Time basis. This PositionYou will provide efficient Weighbridge Operation for the facility, maintain traffic flow and communication across the site and offer support in key administration tasks for the Site Administration Manager and other business unitsThe CandidateProven experience in a Weighbridge or Customer Service Admin role is essentialServing customers in a timely and professional mannerAbility to work autonomously Commitment to the organisations safety, environmental and quality assurance policies Quick thinker and problem solver High attention to detailIntermediate microsoft office skillsBenefits:A safe, professional and inclusive work environmentPart of an organisation with a great team cultureCompetitive hourly pay rate Parking on-site Applications:For more information, please email julia.montgomert@randstad.com.au or call directly on 9615 5368 for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$1,800 - AU$2,000, per week, KM Rate + Loading
      • full-time
      Minchinbury LocationMonday - Friday PM changeover shiftsGenerous 0.53c KM Rate for 700 kms per nightOngoing casual with view to perm for right personPaid wait times About the role; Changeovers to Parkes and occasional load at BlayneyRMS awarenessBe competent in filling our RMS logbookAbout you;MC/HC Licence with clean driving recordMinimum 6 months experience in driving trailersAbility to couple and uncouple trailersKnowledge of fatigue management and required breaksPrevious changeover experience and BFM advantageousWhat’s in it for you?Great working conditions (clean trucks, friendly team)Immediate startBe paid for wait times at $32.25 per hour What’s next?If this sounds like you, please click “APPLY NOW” or alternatively send your CV directly to transportnsw@randstad.com.au or call Randstads Transport landline on 9615 5345 and ask for RemyAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Minchinbury LocationMonday - Friday PM changeover shiftsGenerous 0.53c KM Rate for 700 kms per nightOngoing casual with view to perm for right personPaid wait times About the role; Changeovers to Parkes and occasional load at BlayneyRMS awarenessBe competent in filling our RMS logbookAbout you;MC/HC Licence with clean driving recordMinimum 6 months experience in driving trailersAbility to couple and uncouple trailersKnowledge of fatigue management and required breaksPrevious changeover experience and BFM advantageousWhat’s in it for you?Great working conditions (clean trucks, friendly team)Immediate startBe paid for wait times at $32.25 per hour What’s next?If this sounds like you, please click “APPLY NOW” or alternatively send your CV directly to transportnsw@randstad.com.au or call Randstads Transport landline on 9615 5345 and ask for RemyAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • mount druitt, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$72,000 - AU$105,000, per year, based on experience
      • full-time
      Primary teacherAbout the school: This K - 12 school aims to provide education for students that is holistic in spirit, intellect, social skills, culture and physical well being. In addition, focuses on providing growth through Christ and preparing students for the future beyond school. Students are exposed to a range of activities that help shape their learning. Teachers are supported in a collegial environment. About the role:Part time role - RFFClassroom teacherTeach students from K - 6Opportunity to work foster and develop relationships with students and teachers About you:Have relevant teaching qualification(s)NESA registrationValid working with children checkGain great experience working with students from K - 6Able to provide a priest/minister referenceThe benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission.With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move.At Randstad Education, we have over 20 years of expertise in the early childhood and education sector. This means our experienced consultants are here to help match you with your perfect job. How to apply:To apply for this full time role please contact Winnie.Liu@randstad.com.au via email, with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting or call (02) 8238 0240.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      Primary teacherAbout the school: This K - 12 school aims to provide education for students that is holistic in spirit, intellect, social skills, culture and physical well being. In addition, focuses on providing growth through Christ and preparing students for the future beyond school. Students are exposed to a range of activities that help shape their learning. Teachers are supported in a collegial environment. About the role:Part time role - RFFClassroom teacherTeach students from K - 6Opportunity to work foster and develop relationships with students and teachers About you:Have relevant teaching qualification(s)NESA registrationValid working with children checkGain great experience working with students from K - 6Able to provide a priest/minister referenceThe benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission.With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move.At Randstad Education, we have over 20 years of expertise in the early childhood and education sector. This means our experienced consultants are here to help match you with your perfect job. How to apply:To apply for this full time role please contact Winnie.Liu@randstad.com.au via email, with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting or call (02) 8238 0240.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      • mount druitt, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$72,000 - AU$105,000, per year, based on experience
      • full-time
      English & HSIE teacherAbout the school: This K - 12 school aims to provide education for students that is holistic in spirit, intellect, social skills, culture and physical well being. In addition, focuses on providing growth through Christ and preparing students for the future beyond school. Students are exposed to a range of activities that help shape their learning. Teachers are supported in a collegial environment. This is a HSIE teacher position with stage 4 English. About the role:Full time role Classroom teacherTeach students from Stage 4 - 5Opportunity to work foster and develop relationships with students and teachers About you:Have relevant teaching qualification(s)NESA registrationValid working with children checkGain great experience working with students from Years 7 - 10Able to provide a priest/minister referenceThe benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission.With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move.At Randstad Education, we have over 20 years of expertise in the early childhood and education sector. This means our experienced consultants are here to help match you with your perfect job. How to apply:To apply for this full time role please contact Winnie.Liu@randstad.com.au via email, with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting or call (02) 8238 0240.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      English & HSIE teacherAbout the school: This K - 12 school aims to provide education for students that is holistic in spirit, intellect, social skills, culture and physical well being. In addition, focuses on providing growth through Christ and preparing students for the future beyond school. Students are exposed to a range of activities that help shape their learning. Teachers are supported in a collegial environment. This is a HSIE teacher position with stage 4 English. About the role:Full time role Classroom teacherTeach students from Stage 4 - 5Opportunity to work foster and develop relationships with students and teachers About you:Have relevant teaching qualification(s)NESA registrationValid working with children checkGain great experience working with students from Years 7 - 10Able to provide a priest/minister referenceThe benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission.With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move.At Randstad Education, we have over 20 years of expertise in the early childhood and education sector. This means our experienced consultants are here to help match you with your perfect job. How to apply:To apply for this full time role please contact Winnie.Liu@randstad.com.au via email, with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting or call (02) 8238 0240.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$39.00 - AU$49.93, per hour, + Super +overtime
      • full-time
      Randstad are seeking reliable labourers/production workers for an ongoing role in a well known pallet repair company in Sydney's west. Benefits of the roleOngoing role with view to perm8 hour shifts - Monday to Friday (Sun to Thurs for night shift) Afternoon & nightshift available - Must be flexible to work across day, afternoon & night.Pay rates start at $38.41 for day shift, $44 Aft shift , $49 night shiftDuties include: Pallet refurbishment Timber removal and replacement Use of hand & powertools i.e grinders, nail guns To be successful in the role you will be:Physically fit and healthyAble to complete repetitive workExperience working in production environment Experience using basic hand and power toolsAvailable on an ongoing basis (Mon to Fri & Sun to Thurs)Full working rights in Australia Reliable and punctualForklift licence is a bonusDrivers license and own reliable transportIf this opportunity interests you please click the "Apply Now" button and submit an updated copy of your resume. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are seeking reliable labourers/production workers for an ongoing role in a well known pallet repair company in Sydney's west. Benefits of the roleOngoing role with view to perm8 hour shifts - Monday to Friday (Sun to Thurs for night shift) Afternoon & nightshift available - Must be flexible to work across day, afternoon & night.Pay rates start at $38.41 for day shift, $44 Aft shift , $49 night shiftDuties include: Pallet refurbishment Timber removal and replacement Use of hand & powertools i.e grinders, nail guns To be successful in the role you will be:Physically fit and healthyAble to complete repetitive workExperience working in production environment Experience using basic hand and power toolsAvailable on an ongoing basis (Mon to Fri & Sun to Thurs)Full working rights in Australia Reliable and punctualForklift licence is a bonusDrivers license and own reliable transportIf this opportunity interests you please click the "Apply Now" button and submit an updated copy of your resume. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$110,000 - AU$125,000, per year, Inclusive of super
      • full-time
      A once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the team delivering one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects that will provide huge economic growth and job opportunities to the vibrant culture and people of Western Sydney.Reporting to the Community Engagement Manager and sitting within the Community Engagement & Partnerships function of the Corporate Affairs team, this site-based role will develop and deliver a broad range of high level communications and engagement strategy. In fulfilling this purpose, the position will demonstrate tactical thinking, facilitate collaborative and respectful relationships and accept personal accountability for achieving outputs.This is a rare and exciting opportunity, where you will be contributing to the significant change and growth to Western Sydney. Supporting wider employment, education and training opportunities in the region that will drive the creation of local jobs.The successful incumbent of this role is a creative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in delivering a program of construction and community engagement activities for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools. For local members of the community, this is a great opportunity to bring your knowledge of the area into the role, as well as enjoy the lifestyle of working close to home.Key Responsibilities:Deliver and support the Project's social licence through authentic and trustworthy engagement, fostering positive relationships and creating a network of advocates for the projectEngage with other Corporate Affairs leaders to influence strategy development and initiatives that build social licence and support for the project and organisation among the community and stakeholdersWork collaboratively to ensure the engagement approach is consistentEstablish strong working relationships with delivery partners and internal business units to deliver engagement programs and ensure strong collaboration between major works contractorsBe the voice of community and support positive outcomes for project communications and engagement by influencing and negotiating within contractual frameworksBuild and maintain positive, collaborative and productive relationships with key Western Sydney community groups and the surrounding communities Initiate innovative and engaging materials, assets, and solutions to inform the community more effectively, adapting to the changing environment (i.e., COVID)Support and deliver high-quality community events, prioritising safety and leveraging event opportunities that positively build the reputation of the project and organisationArrange and attend community information sessions and other activation's on a regular basis and support strong partner relationships, representing the project to our partners and the communityAssist in managing the delivery of engagement strategies within a complex stakeholder environment and within the context of the delivery of the projectProviding strategic advice and recommendations on key community issues in a concise and timely mannerWork with the Community Engagement Manager to mitigate the impacts of the development on local residents and business and innovate to bring early benefits to the community Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications or equivalent relevant experience in community engagement and communications, or other relevant discipline on high profile infrastructure project/sDemonstrated ability to deliver community engagement strategies and programs for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools Project management experienceDemonstrated ability to translate complex and technical information into publicly accessible easy-to-understand information through written, verbal and digital platformsProven ability to build and maintain community relationships both internal and external to the organisationExcellent written and oral communications skills including presentation skillsProven influencing and negotiation skills including a high degree of initiative and flexibility, the ability to manage time and resources to meet competing prioritiesA proactive solution-focused attitude and commitment to always upholding the cultural values of the organisationNSW Drivers Licence and willingness for required out-of-hours work, including some weekendsWhite card (or willingness to obtain)IAP2 accreditation is highly regarded How to ApplyApply now for immediate consideration or call Sarah Robinson on 0403 756 053 for a confidential discussion about this role.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      A once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the team delivering one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects that will provide huge economic growth and job opportunities to the vibrant culture and people of Western Sydney.Reporting to the Community Engagement Manager and sitting within the Community Engagement & Partnerships function of the Corporate Affairs team, this site-based role will develop and deliver a broad range of high level communications and engagement strategy. In fulfilling this purpose, the position will demonstrate tactical thinking, facilitate collaborative and respectful relationships and accept personal accountability for achieving outputs.This is a rare and exciting opportunity, where you will be contributing to the significant change and growth to Western Sydney. Supporting wider employment, education and training opportunities in the region that will drive the creation of local jobs.The successful incumbent of this role is a creative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in delivering a program of construction and community engagement activities for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools. For local members of the community, this is a great opportunity to bring your knowledge of the area into the role, as well as enjoy the lifestyle of working close to home.Key Responsibilities:Deliver and support the Project's social licence through authentic and trustworthy engagement, fostering positive relationships and creating a network of advocates for the projectEngage with other Corporate Affairs leaders to influence strategy development and initiatives that build social licence and support for the project and organisation among the community and stakeholdersWork collaboratively to ensure the engagement approach is consistentEstablish strong working relationships with delivery partners and internal business units to deliver engagement programs and ensure strong collaboration between major works contractorsBe the voice of community and support positive outcomes for project communications and engagement by influencing and negotiating within contractual frameworksBuild and maintain positive, collaborative and productive relationships with key Western Sydney community groups and the surrounding communities Initiate innovative and engaging materials, assets, and solutions to inform the community more effectively, adapting to the changing environment (i.e., COVID)Support and deliver high-quality community events, prioritising safety and leveraging event opportunities that positively build the reputation of the project and organisationArrange and attend community information sessions and other activation's on a regular basis and support strong partner relationships, representing the project to our partners and the communityAssist in managing the delivery of engagement strategies within a complex stakeholder environment and within the context of the delivery of the projectProviding strategic advice and recommendations on key community issues in a concise and timely mannerWork with the Community Engagement Manager to mitigate the impacts of the development on local residents and business and innovate to bring early benefits to the community Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications or equivalent relevant experience in community engagement and communications, or other relevant discipline on high profile infrastructure project/sDemonstrated ability to deliver community engagement strategies and programs for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools Project management experienceDemonstrated ability to translate complex and technical information into publicly accessible easy-to-understand information through written, verbal and digital platformsProven ability to build and maintain community relationships both internal and external to the organisationExcellent written and oral communications skills including presentation skillsProven influencing and negotiation skills including a high degree of initiative and flexibility, the ability to manage time and resources to meet competing prioritiesA proactive solution-focused attitude and commitment to always upholding the cultural values of the organisationNSW Drivers Licence and willingness for required out-of-hours work, including some weekendsWhite card (or willingness to obtain)IAP2 accreditation is highly regarded How to ApplyApply now for immediate consideration or call Sarah Robinson on 0403 756 053 for a confidential discussion about this role.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000, per year, Inclusive of super
      • full-time
      A once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the team delivering one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects that will provide huge economic growth and job opportunities to the vibrant culture and people of Western Sydney.Reporting to the Community Engagement Manager and sitting within the Community Engagement and Partnerships function of the Corporate Affairs team, this site-based role will assist in the delivery of a full range of effective and valuable internal and external community and stakeholder engagement services and programs. This is a rare and exciting opportunity, where you will be contributing to the significant change and growth to Western Sydney, supporting wider employment, education and training opportunities in the region that will drive the creation of local jobs.The successful incumbent of this role is a creative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in developing relationships at all levels with a variety of stakeholders. You are a strong communicator who is enthusiastic, works collaboratively and strives to maintain strong internal and external relationships.For local members of the community, this is a great opportunity to bring your knowledge of the area into the role, as well as enjoy the lifestyle of working close to home.Key Responsibilities:Support the Community Engagement Manager and Senior Community Engagement Officer in the identification of issues that may impact the community in the delivery of the defined community engagement contractual and regulatory obligations contained within the Environmental Impact StatementSupport the delivery of the Community and Stakeholder Engagement PlanSupport and deliver a broad range of external communication and community engagement activities including;Notifications for worksInformation provision to the communityRespond to community and stakeholder inquiries via a 1800 phone and email, and in community meetingsParticipate in meetings and interfaces with the Construction Team, Delivery Partners, and the Environment Manager to provide a voice for the community in decisions that will impact the local areaWork collaboratively to ensure the engagement approach is consistent and that the project is capitalising on opportunities and mitigating risksBuild and maintain positive, collaborative, and productive relationships with stakeholders, delivery partners and the community.Delivery of engagement strategies and campaigns within a complex stakeholder environment and within the context of the delivery of the projectSupports the community engagement team and is agile and flexible in delivering the key accountabilities of the project. Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications or equivalent relevant experience in community engagement and communications, or other relevant discipline on high profile infrastructure project/sDemonstrated ability to develop and deliver community engagement collateralStrong administration skillsDemonstrated ability to translate complex and technical information into publicly accessible and easy-to-understand informationStrong written and oral communications skills including presentation skillsProactive and Solution-focused attitude and commitment to upholding the cultural values of the organisationAbility to work on multiple issues at the same timeAbility to keep tight deadlines and work under pressureFlexibility and ability to adapt to changeNSW Drivers Licence and willingness for required out-of-hours work, including some weekends.White card (or willingness to obtain)IAP2 accreditation is highly regarded.How to ApplyApply now for immediate consideration or call Sarah Robinson on 0403 756 053 for a confidential discussion about this role.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      A once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the team delivering one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects that will provide huge economic growth and job opportunities to the vibrant culture and people of Western Sydney.Reporting to the Community Engagement Manager and sitting within the Community Engagement and Partnerships function of the Corporate Affairs team, this site-based role will assist in the delivery of a full range of effective and valuable internal and external community and stakeholder engagement services and programs. This is a rare and exciting opportunity, where you will be contributing to the significant change and growth to Western Sydney, supporting wider employment, education and training opportunities in the region that will drive the creation of local jobs.The successful incumbent of this role is a creative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in developing relationships at all levels with a variety of stakeholders. You are a strong communicator who is enthusiastic, works collaboratively and strives to maintain strong internal and external relationships.For local members of the community, this is a great opportunity to bring your knowledge of the area into the role, as well as enjoy the lifestyle of working close to home.Key Responsibilities:Support the Community Engagement Manager and Senior Community Engagement Officer in the identification of issues that may impact the community in the delivery of the defined community engagement contractual and regulatory obligations contained within the Environmental Impact StatementSupport the delivery of the Community and Stakeholder Engagement PlanSupport and deliver a broad range of external communication and community engagement activities including;Notifications for worksInformation provision to the communityRespond to community and stakeholder inquiries via a 1800 phone and email, and in community meetingsParticipate in meetings and interfaces with the Construction Team, Delivery Partners, and the Environment Manager to provide a voice for the community in decisions that will impact the local areaWork collaboratively to ensure the engagement approach is consistent and that the project is capitalising on opportunities and mitigating risksBuild and maintain positive, collaborative, and productive relationships with stakeholders, delivery partners and the community.Delivery of engagement strategies and campaigns within a complex stakeholder environment and within the context of the delivery of the projectSupports the community engagement team and is agile and flexible in delivering the key accountabilities of the project. Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications or equivalent relevant experience in community engagement and communications, or other relevant discipline on high profile infrastructure project/sDemonstrated ability to develop and deliver community engagement collateralStrong administration skillsDemonstrated ability to translate complex and technical information into publicly accessible and easy-to-understand informationStrong written and oral communications skills including presentation skillsProactive and Solution-focused attitude and commitment to upholding the cultural values of the organisationAbility to work on multiple issues at the same timeAbility to keep tight deadlines and work under pressureFlexibility and ability to adapt to changeNSW Drivers Licence and willingness for required out-of-hours work, including some weekends.White card (or willingness to obtain)IAP2 accreditation is highly regarded.How to ApplyApply now for immediate consideration or call Sarah Robinson on 0403 756 053 for a confidential discussion about this role.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$27 - AU$28, per year, Penalties & OT
      • full-time
      We are seeking experienced labourers and assemblers to join a new worksite based in Kemps Creek. You will be involved in the set up of Amazon’s new warehouse. An exciting opportunity to experience the leading edge robotics environment. $27.98 per hour + 1 hour of OT every day at time & a half.Mon to Fri 7am to 4pm, and half day Saturday shifts availableFull time and Part time opportunitiesImmediate start available To be successful you will need You will need to have previous experience in assembly, production work, warehouse, construction, forklift driver, transport/logistics, pick packer or as a trade worker. In addition you will need: Whitecard or able to obtain a WhitecardMUST have transport (own car or reliable lifts) - site not accessible by public transport. How to Apply Send your resume with the APPLY NOW button. Alternatively email your resume to parramatta@randstad.com.au with the subject line: General labourer for Kemps Creek If you have any questions call us on 02 9615 5300 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are seeking experienced labourers and assemblers to join a new worksite based in Kemps Creek. You will be involved in the set up of Amazon’s new warehouse. An exciting opportunity to experience the leading edge robotics environment. $27.98 per hour + 1 hour of OT every day at time & a half.Mon to Fri 7am to 4pm, and half day Saturday shifts availableFull time and Part time opportunitiesImmediate start available To be successful you will need You will need to have previous experience in assembly, production work, warehouse, construction, forklift driver, transport/logistics, pick packer or as a trade worker. In addition you will need: Whitecard or able to obtain a WhitecardMUST have transport (own car or reliable lifts) - site not accessible by public transport. How to Apply Send your resume with the APPLY NOW button. Alternatively email your resume to parramatta@randstad.com.au with the subject line: General labourer for Kemps Creek If you have any questions call us on 02 9615 5300 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$32 - AU$32, per year, Including Superannuation
      • part-time
      Return to the workforce! Gain work experience! Work with Kids! Pay rate of $31.81 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Increased pay rates for qualified educators.Work now in Baulkham Hills, Kellyville, Cherrybrook and other locations around Sydney's Hills DistrictLet Randstad Education know when and where you want to work. As a Casual Unqualified Childcare worker with Randstad Education's partner schools, you can take shifts between 2pm and 6pm - choose your days and your location.This is a great opportunity if you love the idea of working with kids, gaining work experience in the education sector, or working whilst you are studying. No qualifications or experience required except a willingness to get involved!All Randstad Education casuals enjoy discounts on fuel, groceries, school supplies, entertainment and retail.A typical day will include: Supervising primary school aged children in outdoor and indoor activitiesAssisting other staff in engaging in programs that are both fun and educationalSetting up outside of school clubs and activitiesOffering a safe and secure environmentLiaison with carers and familiesRequirements: Valid Work rights for Australia & WWCC Card or willing to obtain (We can help you with your Working with Children application.) Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Return to the workforce! Gain work experience! Work with Kids! Pay rate of $31.81 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Increased pay rates for qualified educators.Work now in Baulkham Hills, Kellyville, Cherrybrook and other locations around Sydney's Hills DistrictLet Randstad Education know when and where you want to work. As a Casual Unqualified Childcare worker with Randstad Education's partner schools, you can take shifts between 2pm and 6pm - choose your days and your location.This is a great opportunity if you love the idea of working with kids, gaining work experience in the education sector, or working whilst you are studying. No qualifications or experience required except a willingness to get involved!All Randstad Education casuals enjoy discounts on fuel, groceries, school supplies, entertainment and retail.A typical day will include: Supervising primary school aged children in outdoor and indoor activitiesAssisting other staff in engaging in programs that are both fun and educationalSetting up outside of school clubs and activitiesOffering a safe and secure environmentLiaison with carers and familiesRequirements: Valid Work rights for Australia & WWCC Card or willing to obtain (We can help you with your Working with Children application.) Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • blacktown, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$140,000, per year, Based on Experience
      • full-time
      Shaping the World of WorkSenior PsychologistThe Senior Psychologist provides high level psychological expertise which is tailored to the specific needs of individuals at this Western Sydney Facility. This enables the facility to increase the chances of positively changing individuals lives and creating better outcomes for them and the community. Role overviewThe expertise that the Senior Psychologist will provide includes initial assessment, consultation and interventions for various and complex mental health issues. Being a self-motivated individual, the Senior Psychologist will engage in self-reflective practices in order to provide effective treatment to individuals. This role possesses assertiveness and confidence in dealing with individuals who may exhibit challenging behaviours. The Senior Psychologist brings excellent communication and time management skills to meet the demands of a complex workload. Primary accountabilities and key deliverables:Case management, interventions, healthImplement and uphold governance policies and processes, ensuring the provision of high-level oversight for all key quality, safety and custodial measuresPerform assessments (including criminogenic) on individuals as appropriate and with responsivity scoringBe an active contributor to the organisation’s Safer Custody Strategy and associated action planEnsure that agreed treatment service targets are met, appropriately monitored and reportedStaff managementOversee staff to ensure that each individual receives a holistic and targeted level of case management and the required supportAct as a positive, effective role model for all staff, modelling the organisation’s best practice principlesRehabilitationSupport rehabilitation, which includes helping individuals to establish the skills necessary to manage their mental health.Engage individuals with respect and humanity, including but not limited to speaking and acting respectfully, recognising individual strengths, being realistic about the difficulty of change, building and sustaining hope, and encouraging progressModel, mentor, coach and encourage prosocial behaviour in interpersonal interactions, negotiation and conflict resolution.TeamworkActively lead in cultivating a culture of respect, humanity, safety and security throughout the Facility.Engage and drive continuous improvement by exhibiting proactive thinking, accepting accountability, documenting information, and contributing ideas and innovations to improve performanceAct with integrity, in accordance with the organisation’s Code of Conduct and our corporate values of Integrity, Ingenuity, Collaboration and ChallengePromote a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment, free from discrimination, bullying and harassmentCreate and keep full and accurate records of work-related activities, transactions and decisionsHealth, Safety & EnvironmentEnsure that safety and risk awareness are paramount when undertaking all dutiesComply with the organisation's Risk Management, Quality Assurance, and Health, Safety and Environment management systems, including all statutory obligationsAct as a role model for a positive health, safety and environment culture, and encourage other staff and individuals to do the same.Role RequirementsTo be successful in this position, you must demonstrate the following experience, skills, personal attributes and qualifications.ExperienceAHPRA RegistrationMasters Qualification in Psychology Clinical experience working in a correctional or institutional settingSkills and attributesLeadership – Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and individualsJudgment – Display sound judgment in responding to risks, threats and incidents, including reporting or escalating issues as required, and managing sensitive situations and information appropriatelyCommunication – Communicate verbally and in writing in a manner that is pro-social, appropriate for the audience, clear, thorough and effectiveInterpersonal aptitude – Demonstrate empathy, cultural understanding and the abilities to connect, build appropriate relationships, influence, negotiate and navigate interpersonal differences with individuals, peers and othersConflict and incident management – Accurately assess conflict and incident situations, make effective judgements, and apply knowledge of best practices and defined policies and procedures to de-escalate and manage conflicts and incidentsResilience – Show adaptability, perseverance and courage in achieving required objectives under pressure and in the face of challengesAccountability – Take ownership, pro-actively achieve objectives and continuously improve.QualificationsMust obtain appropriate security clearances from New South Wales Police and Correctional Services New South WalesMust meet the physical requirements of the role and pass a functional fitness and health assessment; due to the demands of the role, applicants who consume alcohol excessively, abuse prescription drugs or consume illicit substances are unsuitableMust obtain and maintain a First Aid accreditation in the form of a current Statement of Attainment for HLTAID003 Provide First AidMust possess, or be willing to working towards, a supervisory qualification for clinical supervision of the PsychologistHow to apply: To kick start your career with a leading healthcare company,connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Shaping the World of WorkSenior PsychologistThe Senior Psychologist provides high level psychological expertise which is tailored to the specific needs of individuals at this Western Sydney Facility. This enables the facility to increase the chances of positively changing individuals lives and creating better outcomes for them and the community. Role overviewThe expertise that the Senior Psychologist will provide includes initial assessment, consultation and interventions for various and complex mental health issues. Being a self-motivated individual, the Senior Psychologist will engage in self-reflective practices in order to provide effective treatment to individuals. This role possesses assertiveness and confidence in dealing with individuals who may exhibit challenging behaviours. The Senior Psychologist brings excellent communication and time management skills to meet the demands of a complex workload. Primary accountabilities and key deliverables:Case management, interventions, healthImplement and uphold governance policies and processes, ensuring the provision of high-level oversight for all key quality, safety and custodial measuresPerform assessments (including criminogenic) on individuals as appropriate and with responsivity scoringBe an active contributor to the organisation’s Safer Custody Strategy and associated action planEnsure that agreed treatment service targets are met, appropriately monitored and reportedStaff managementOversee staff to ensure that each individual receives a holistic and targeted level of case management and the required supportAct as a positive, effective role model for all staff, modelling the organisation’s best practice principlesRehabilitationSupport rehabilitation, which includes helping individuals to establish the skills necessary to manage their mental health.Engage individuals with respect and humanity, including but not limited to speaking and acting respectfully, recognising individual strengths, being realistic about the difficulty of change, building and sustaining hope, and encouraging progressModel, mentor, coach and encourage prosocial behaviour in interpersonal interactions, negotiation and conflict resolution.TeamworkActively lead in cultivating a culture of respect, humanity, safety and security throughout the Facility.Engage and drive continuous improvement by exhibiting proactive thinking, accepting accountability, documenting information, and contributing ideas and innovations to improve performanceAct with integrity, in accordance with the organisation’s Code of Conduct and our corporate values of Integrity, Ingenuity, Collaboration and ChallengePromote a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment, free from discrimination, bullying and harassmentCreate and keep full and accurate records of work-related activities, transactions and decisionsHealth, Safety & EnvironmentEnsure that safety and risk awareness are paramount when undertaking all dutiesComply with the organisation's Risk Management, Quality Assurance, and Health, Safety and Environment management systems, including all statutory obligationsAct as a role model for a positive health, safety and environment culture, and encourage other staff and individuals to do the same.Role RequirementsTo be successful in this position, you must demonstrate the following experience, skills, personal attributes and qualifications.ExperienceAHPRA RegistrationMasters Qualification in Psychology Clinical experience working in a correctional or institutional settingSkills and attributesLeadership – Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and individualsJudgment – Display sound judgment in responding to risks, threats and incidents, including reporting or escalating issues as required, and managing sensitive situations and information appropriatelyCommunication – Communicate verbally and in writing in a manner that is pro-social, appropriate for the audience, clear, thorough and effectiveInterpersonal aptitude – Demonstrate empathy, cultural understanding and the abilities to connect, build appropriate relationships, influence, negotiate and navigate interpersonal differences with individuals, peers and othersConflict and incident management – Accurately assess conflict and incident situations, make effective judgements, and apply knowledge of best practices and defined policies and procedures to de-escalate and manage conflicts and incidentsResilience – Show adaptability, perseverance and courage in achieving required objectives under pressure and in the face of challengesAccountability – Take ownership, pro-actively achieve objectives and continuously improve.QualificationsMust obtain appropriate security clearances from New South Wales Police and Correctional Services New South WalesMust meet the physical requirements of the role and pass a functional fitness and health assessment; due to the demands of the role, applicants who consume alcohol excessively, abuse prescription drugs or consume illicit substances are unsuitableMust obtain and maintain a First Aid accreditation in the form of a current Statement of Attainment for HLTAID003 Provide First AidMust possess, or be willing to working towards, a supervisory qualification for clinical supervision of the PsychologistHow to apply: To kick start your career with a leading healthcare company,connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$36.00 - AU$41.00, per hour, +Super + overtime
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking experienced Part Packers for an Alcohol distribution company based in Erskine Park.Day & afternoon shift available$36-$41 P/H + penalty rates & overtimeDay- Sunday to Friday rosterAfternoon- Sunday to Thursday rosterOn-going work with view to permDuties:Voice picking cartons of alcohol- Up to 25kgs repetitivelyReplenishing stockGeneral Warehouse tasksYou must have:Previously experience working with an FMCG environmentRF scanning OR voice picking experienceAbility to lift up to 25kgs continuously – Very physical workAustralia resident or citizen as this role is view to permYou must have a high attention to detail and your own reliable transport. Must have the ability to pass a police clearance & drug & alcohol test. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently seeking experienced Part Packers for an Alcohol distribution company based in Erskine Park.Day & afternoon shift available$36-$41 P/H + penalty rates & overtimeDay- Sunday to Friday rosterAfternoon- Sunday to Thursday rosterOn-going work with view to permDuties:Voice picking cartons of alcohol- Up to 25kgs repetitivelyReplenishing stockGeneral Warehouse tasksYou must have:Previously experience working with an FMCG environmentRF scanning OR voice picking experienceAbility to lift up to 25kgs continuously – Very physical workAustralia resident or citizen as this role is view to permYou must have a high attention to detail and your own reliable transport. Must have the ability to pass a police clearance & drug & alcohol test. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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