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      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$30.00 - AU$50.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Are you passionate about customer service and the aviation industry? Are you looking for either Casual, Permanent or School holiday employment at the Adelaide Airport?We have partnered with a range of organisations at the Adelaide Airport and have a range of exciting opportunities on offer.In all these roles you will work within a team environment supporting travelers as they prepare to fly - a truly rewarding role for those who love to help people and pride yourself in providing the utmost in customer care. A high level of communication skills and compliance will be necessary to undertake this role.About you:Customer service and compliance focusedAbility to work in a fast paced environmentProfessional outlook and apperanceResilient and ability to deal with different situationsWillingness to work in all weather conditions (Warm Jackets/uniform provided)Current Police check and triple vaccinatedAustralian Citizen or permanent residentDuties:Providing customer service to passengers as they prepare to flyEnsuring compliance and safety for passengersTraffic control (cubside)Assisting wheelchair passengersRadio operation and coordinationCleaning and maintenance of car parkShift information:You must be prepared to work either morning and afternoon shifts which can span from 4:30am(AM shift) to 11:30pm (PM shift) Monday - Sunday. Penalty rates do apply per the airport employees' award for outside ordinary hours, Saturday and Sunday rates also apply. Casual roles will offer at least 3 full shifts per week, please do not apply if you are not able to work 3-5 shifts per week either ongoing or during the school holidays as we will have extra opportunities within the peak periods.Casual opportunities have the opportunity to go permanent for the right candidates.Applications:If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah-Jane Turner and click apply now. Applications that have a cover letter with a brief overview outlining why this job is perfect for you will be highly regarded in our selection process.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.
      Are you passionate about customer service and the aviation industry? Are you looking for either Casual, Permanent or School holiday employment at the Adelaide Airport?We have partnered with a range of organisations at the Adelaide Airport and have a range of exciting opportunities on offer.In all these roles you will work within a team environment supporting travelers as they prepare to fly - a truly rewarding role for those who love to help people and pride yourself in providing the utmost in customer care. A high level of communication skills and compliance will be necessary to undertake this role.About you:Customer service and compliance focusedAbility to work in a fast paced environmentProfessional outlook and apperanceResilient and ability to deal with different situationsWillingness to work in all weather conditions (Warm Jackets/uniform provided)Current Police check and triple vaccinatedAustralian Citizen or permanent residentDuties:Providing customer service to passengers as they prepare to flyEnsuring compliance and safety for passengersTraffic control (cubside)Assisting wheelchair passengersRadio operation and coordinationCleaning and maintenance of car parkShift information:You must be prepared to work either morning and afternoon shifts which can span from 4:30am(AM shift) to 11:30pm (PM shift) Monday - Sunday. Penalty rates do apply per the airport employees' award for outside ordinary hours, Saturday and Sunday rates also apply. Casual roles will offer at least 3 full shifts per week, please do not apply if you are not able to work 3-5 shifts per week either ongoing or during the school holidays as we will have extra opportunities within the peak periods.Casual opportunities have the opportunity to go permanent for the right candidates.Applications:If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah-Jane Turner and click apply now. Applications that have a cover letter with a brief overview outlining why this job is perfect for you will be highly regarded in our selection process.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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      Responsibilities Identify critical business process improvements that progress strategic objectives by enhancing contract management delivery, contractor performance, asset management outcomes and general business performance.Proactively engage with internal and external stakeholders to develop business process and system requirements, resolve complex issues and prepare business cases.Provide advice and contribution to the research of candidate technology solutions, including providing relevant policy advice and looking at both existing and planned departmental systems as well as offerings available in the market.Deliver, or oversee the implementation of, business system projects and improvement initiatives, working closely with technical team members, tracking the progress, resolving issues, and providing updates to stakeholders.Support the establishment and implementation of operational processes that facilitate effective collection, quality assurance, management and storage of data and information to ensure compliance with contractual obligations, asset owner and departmental information management requirements and government policies.The following are the technical capabilities required for the role:Conceptual understanding of database design and data modelling.Experience developing solutions with the Microsoft Power Platform will be highly regarded.Understanding of road engineering concepts will be highly regarded. Required: National Police Check Covid 19 vaccination and BoosterWorking with children check Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Responsibilities Identify critical business process improvements that progress strategic objectives by enhancing contract management delivery, contractor performance, asset management outcomes and general business performance.Proactively engage with internal and external stakeholders to develop business process and system requirements, resolve complex issues and prepare business cases.Provide advice and contribution to the research of candidate technology solutions, including providing relevant policy advice and looking at both existing and planned departmental systems as well as offerings available in the market.Deliver, or oversee the implementation of, business system projects and improvement initiatives, working closely with technical team members, tracking the progress, resolving issues, and providing updates to stakeholders.Support the establishment and implementation of operational processes that facilitate effective collection, quality assurance, management and storage of data and information to ensure compliance with contractual obligations, asset owner and departmental information management requirements and government policies.The following are the technical capabilities required for the role:Conceptual understanding of database design and data modelling.Experience developing solutions with the Microsoft Power Platform will be highly regarded.Understanding of road engineering concepts will be highly regarded. Required: National Police Check Covid 19 vaccination and BoosterWorking with children check Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Reporting to the Mine Manager the Health & Safety Advisor will oversee mining activities and will provide Health & Safety leadership and support within the business and to site contractors.In this role you will:Provide Health & Safety leadership to mitigate the occurrence of potentially serious events and achieve H&S objectives across the siteProactively utilise the Health and Safety Management Systems and Safety and Principle Hazard StandardsImplement an Audit and Compliance Program that supports health and safety best practice and legislative requirementsIdentify, collate, analyse and report on health and safety data trends for the siteProvide specialist health and safety advice and support to Mining Manager, Mining Superintendent, and other staff to assist with risk management and decision makingSupervise and manage emergency service contractors on siteMentor company employees & contractors in developing health and safety knowledge and cultureWork as part of the site management team to assist in achieving site goals, objectives and targets About you:Essential:Tertiary qualifications in Work Health and Safety (WHS)Demonstrated experience in the mining or resources industriesCertificate IV Training and AssessmentICAM facilitators trainingOHS Management Systems AuditingSenior First AidInjury Management Coordination training/experienceDesirable:Tertiary qualification in Risk ManagementLead Auditor in Integrated Management SystemsCert III in Mines RescueThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering growth and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.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.
      About the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Reporting to the Mine Manager the Health & Safety Advisor will oversee mining activities and will provide Health & Safety leadership and support within the business and to site contractors.In this role you will:Provide Health & Safety leadership to mitigate the occurrence of potentially serious events and achieve H&S objectives across the siteProactively utilise the Health and Safety Management Systems and Safety and Principle Hazard StandardsImplement an Audit and Compliance Program that supports health and safety best practice and legislative requirementsIdentify, collate, analyse and report on health and safety data trends for the siteProvide specialist health and safety advice and support to Mining Manager, Mining Superintendent, and other staff to assist with risk management and decision makingSupervise and manage emergency service contractors on siteMentor company employees & contractors in developing health and safety knowledge and cultureWork as part of the site management team to assist in achieving site goals, objectives and targets About you:Essential:Tertiary qualifications in Work Health and Safety (WHS)Demonstrated experience in the mining or resources industriesCertificate IV Training and AssessmentICAM facilitators trainingOHS Management Systems AuditingSenior First AidInjury Management Coordination training/experienceDesirable:Tertiary qualification in Risk ManagementLead Auditor in Integrated Management SystemsCert III in Mines RescueThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering growth and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$71,000 per year
      • part-time
      Part time position on a 3-year fixed term contractBased in Adelaide CBDSA’s leading performing arts venue and Asia Pacific cultural centreYour new opportunityA rare opportunity for a part-time payroll officer to join a leading SAs arts company based in their Adelaide CBD Office. This exciting position is responsible for the end to end payroll services for internal customers. Position CriteriaEssential experience and knowledge using MicropayAble to work autonomously to provide an end to end payroll serviceAdministering and maintaining the Micropay payroll systemEnsuring staff are paid on timeUpdate the Payroll and Rostering systems, including new staff, terminations, staff changes and award changes.Running the fortnightly payroll and checking for accuracyReconciliation to the General LedgerProcessing of superannuation, PAYG, Payroll tax and deductionsCompliance with all other statutory and legislative reporting requirementsPrevious experience with administering a computerised payroll and rostering system including the ability to generate appropriate statistical reportsPrevious experience with interpretation and application of relevant site enterprise agreements and award requirementsProvide outstanding customer service on a daily basis by demonstrating respect, listening to and working with our customers, both internal and external, to achieve positive outcomes, where possible, for all involvedTertiary qualifications in finance or related field BenefitsA range of benefits offered to employees including salary packaging and staff price tickets to shows, festivals and productionsAn equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. First Nations people and people with disability are strongly encouraged to applyDiversity and inclusion is warmly encouraged and desires to increase in diversity and to create opportunities for more South AustraliansFlexible ways of working including part-time working arrangements wherever reasonably possibleThe CompanyJoin South Australia’s principal performing arts venue and leading Asia Pacific cultural centre. My client produces a bold, exciting and extensive program of festivals, events and performances all year round, to inspire, educate and entertain audiences from a variety of ages and cultures. My client prides themselves on providing constant support, development and maintaining a positive work environment for all employees whilst upholding exceptional customer service to external organisations and patrons, as the home of performing arts in South Australia.To ApplyPlease send your CV in word format including a personal summary paragraph to Bridie Taglienti. For further enquiries please call 8468 8001.As a condition of employment, you are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Unless you have medical exemption from receiving the vaccine and are able to provide satisfactory evidence of this. 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.
      Part time position on a 3-year fixed term contractBased in Adelaide CBDSA’s leading performing arts venue and Asia Pacific cultural centreYour new opportunityA rare opportunity for a part-time payroll officer to join a leading SAs arts company based in their Adelaide CBD Office. This exciting position is responsible for the end to end payroll services for internal customers. Position CriteriaEssential experience and knowledge using MicropayAble to work autonomously to provide an end to end payroll serviceAdministering and maintaining the Micropay payroll systemEnsuring staff are paid on timeUpdate the Payroll and Rostering systems, including new staff, terminations, staff changes and award changes.Running the fortnightly payroll and checking for accuracyReconciliation to the General LedgerProcessing of superannuation, PAYG, Payroll tax and deductionsCompliance with all other statutory and legislative reporting requirementsPrevious experience with administering a computerised payroll and rostering system including the ability to generate appropriate statistical reportsPrevious experience with interpretation and application of relevant site enterprise agreements and award requirementsProvide outstanding customer service on a daily basis by demonstrating respect, listening to and working with our customers, both internal and external, to achieve positive outcomes, where possible, for all involvedTertiary qualifications in finance or related field BenefitsA range of benefits offered to employees including salary packaging and staff price tickets to shows, festivals and productionsAn equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. First Nations people and people with disability are strongly encouraged to applyDiversity and inclusion is warmly encouraged and desires to increase in diversity and to create opportunities for more South AustraliansFlexible ways of working including part-time working arrangements wherever reasonably possibleThe CompanyJoin South Australia’s principal performing arts venue and leading Asia Pacific cultural centre. My client produces a bold, exciting and extensive program of festivals, events and performances all year round, to inspire, educate and entertain audiences from a variety of ages and cultures. My client prides themselves on providing constant support, development and maintaining a positive work environment for all employees whilst upholding exceptional customer service to external organisations and patrons, as the home of performing arts in South Australia.To ApplyPlease send your CV in word format including a personal summary paragraph to Bridie Taglienti. For further enquiries please call 8468 8001.As a condition of employment, you are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Unless you have medical exemption from receiving the vaccine and are able to provide satisfactory evidence of this. 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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the company:Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, our client is an international mining company with over 60 years’ experience expertise in exploration, development, mining, processing, marketing and rehabilitation. Their portfolio includes projects in Australia, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka; and has a globally integrated marketing and distribution network.About the role:Reporting to and supporting the Operations Manager and mentoring advisors, the Health & Safety Superintendent is accountable for managing health and safety for our client’s mining operation. A key focus of the role will be driving continuous improvement, delivering strategies, managing governance and systems compliance, as well as providing specialist technical H&S advice and support.Key AccountabilitiesManage the site H&S Risk and Compliance RegistersEstablish, lead and monitor safety programs and systems Manage all aspects of occupational health and hygiene management including monitoring and statutory reportingManage the Emergency Response and Site Medic TeamsEnsure H&S management is integrated into site operational planning and decision makingEstablish challenging and achievable performance measures for individuals and teamsProvide direct input into preparation, monitoring and reporting of capital and operating budgets relevant to H&S managementFacilitate and guide incident investigationsContractor H&S guidance and managementDelivery of WHS training Person profileWe are looking for a skilled and personable leader with excellent verbal and written communication, and data management skills. Together with the ability to build, support and maintain positive working relationships with teams and contractors.Essential Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in Health and Safety or equivalent Thorough understanding of the WHS legislation in Australia, in particular mining approvals, legislation and processesKnowledge of investigation techniques such as ICAM and 5-whysMinimum 10 years experience in the Australian mining industryExcellent MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel spreadsheet skillsCurrent C Class driver’s licenseDesired Qualifications:OHS auditingTraining and assessing Paramedical background and experienceSAP and/or Cintellate experienceThis permanent role is offered on an 8/6 FIFO roster ex Adelaide or Ceduna. For further information or to apply, please contact Jono Sawers, mining specialist at Randstad on 08 8150 7005 or send your resume to jonathon.sawers@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the company:Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, our client is an international mining company with over 60 years’ experience expertise in exploration, development, mining, processing, marketing and rehabilitation. Their portfolio includes projects in Australia, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka; and has a globally integrated marketing and distribution network.About the role:Reporting to and supporting the Operations Manager and mentoring advisors, the Health & Safety Superintendent is accountable for managing health and safety for our client’s mining operation. A key focus of the role will be driving continuous improvement, delivering strategies, managing governance and systems compliance, as well as providing specialist technical H&S advice and support.Key AccountabilitiesManage the site H&S Risk and Compliance RegistersEstablish, lead and monitor safety programs and systems Manage all aspects of occupational health and hygiene management including monitoring and statutory reportingManage the Emergency Response and Site Medic TeamsEnsure H&S management is integrated into site operational planning and decision makingEstablish challenging and achievable performance measures for individuals and teamsProvide direct input into preparation, monitoring and reporting of capital and operating budgets relevant to H&S managementFacilitate and guide incident investigationsContractor H&S guidance and managementDelivery of WHS training Person profileWe are looking for a skilled and personable leader with excellent verbal and written communication, and data management skills. Together with the ability to build, support and maintain positive working relationships with teams and contractors.Essential Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in Health and Safety or equivalent Thorough understanding of the WHS legislation in Australia, in particular mining approvals, legislation and processesKnowledge of investigation techniques such as ICAM and 5-whysMinimum 10 years experience in the Australian mining industryExcellent MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel spreadsheet skillsCurrent C Class driver’s licenseDesired Qualifications:OHS auditingTraining and assessing Paramedical background and experienceSAP and/or Cintellate experienceThis permanent role is offered on an 8/6 FIFO roster ex Adelaide or Ceduna. For further information or to apply, please contact Jono Sawers, mining specialist at Randstad on 08 8150 7005 or send your resume to jonathon.sawers@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$30.00 - AU$34.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      About the Opportunity:We are seeking an Operational Support coordinator to provide administrative support to the Contract Managers, Operations Managers and the Service Delivery team. This role assists and support with the system management of any client specific systems and/or programs for the operations of the AGFMA contractKey Duties include, but are not limited to:Provide administrations support for the management of work orders and contractor performanceEffective use of the Work Order Management system to monitor KPI complianceProvision of general office management including filing, maintenance of contact registers, and other office activitiesAct as minute taker for relevant contract and operational meetingsProvide assistance to the Operations team through the use of the Work Order Management systemGenerate and distribute ad-hoc and routine reports with the use of the Work Order Management system and any client specific system and/or programSkills and Qualifications:Competent in Microsoft Office applications such as ExcelDemonstrated ability to manage multiple clients and conflicting prioritiesKnowledge of the maintenance and construction industry along with work order management (preferred)Demonstrated experience in the provision of Operational support servicesAbout us:Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. On behalf of more than 30 government agencies across South Australia, AGFMA covers asset management for government-owned facilities and will generate a revenue of approximately $300 million per annum over the initial term. We will safely deliver these facilities management services to the community of South Australia, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents and cultures. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy.HOW TO APPLY:To apply for this role, please click apply button on this page.
      About the Opportunity:We are seeking an Operational Support coordinator to provide administrative support to the Contract Managers, Operations Managers and the Service Delivery team. This role assists and support with the system management of any client specific systems and/or programs for the operations of the AGFMA contractKey Duties include, but are not limited to:Provide administrations support for the management of work orders and contractor performanceEffective use of the Work Order Management system to monitor KPI complianceProvision of general office management including filing, maintenance of contact registers, and other office activitiesAct as minute taker for relevant contract and operational meetingsProvide assistance to the Operations team through the use of the Work Order Management systemGenerate and distribute ad-hoc and routine reports with the use of the Work Order Management system and any client specific system and/or programSkills and Qualifications:Competent in Microsoft Office applications such as ExcelDemonstrated ability to manage multiple clients and conflicting prioritiesKnowledge of the maintenance and construction industry along with work order management (preferred)Demonstrated experience in the provision of Operational support servicesAbout us:Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. On behalf of more than 30 government agencies across South Australia, AGFMA covers asset management for government-owned facilities and will generate a revenue of approximately $300 million per annum over the initial term. We will safely deliver these facilities management services to the community of South Australia, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents and cultures. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy.HOW TO APPLY:To apply for this role, please click apply button on this page.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$130,000, per year, attractive package
      • full-time
      Exclusive roles just in!! Our valued client, SCT Logistics established in 1974 is today recognised as Australia’s most efficient and independent freight service. Continuing to rapidly grow, the company is a national, multi-modal transport & logistics company.SCT’s successful growth is in part through adopting a collaborative and inclusive culture. Understanding that our values; safety, service, quality and sustainability enable us to better attract top talent and innovate successfully.SCT Logistics are looking for Locomotive Drivers, Shunters and Crew Chiefs to join their Western Australia Team as they continue to flourish and dominate the West Coast Region.Whats on OfferWorking for a Top Tier Organisation within the Transport & Logistics SectorHighly attractive remuneration packagesCareer Development & Progression OpportunitiesWith development we offer role promotions to expand our teams, areas include ability and skill to work the ground as Driver Crew ChiefWhat you NeedMinimum 2 year's experience working in rail operations.Be open to relocating to WA Shunting & Train Driving Qualifications.Good interpersonal and communication skillsCurrent Track Access Permit (TAP)Valid C Class Driver’s LicencePromote and Demonstrate Safety Awareness and Compliance to Rail Industry RegulationsWhat you will be DoingEnsuring safe and efficient Locomotive operations and working as part of a team to ensure timely delivery of rolling stock to both our internal and external customersPerform assigned duties in accordance with SCT Rail’s policies and work instructionCommitment to safety in the workplaceAbility to lead, coach and mentor our team members to continually improve performanceEnsure compliance with company OHS best practice and state & federal legislationPerform to a strong customer focus orientationWork in a small team environment The SCT Group is an equal opportunity employer.Short listed candidates will only be contacted. We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings prior to the stated closing date.Secure your permanent role before the end of the financial year rush! If any of these positions interests you, please APPLY NOW! Don't delay interviews happening next week!To apply, please click on "Apply for this job" or email your cover letter and resume to sarah.corbett@randstad.com.au 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.
      Exclusive roles just in!! Our valued client, SCT Logistics established in 1974 is today recognised as Australia’s most efficient and independent freight service. Continuing to rapidly grow, the company is a national, multi-modal transport & logistics company.SCT’s successful growth is in part through adopting a collaborative and inclusive culture. Understanding that our values; safety, service, quality and sustainability enable us to better attract top talent and innovate successfully.SCT Logistics are looking for Locomotive Drivers, Shunters and Crew Chiefs to join their Western Australia Team as they continue to flourish and dominate the West Coast Region.Whats on OfferWorking for a Top Tier Organisation within the Transport & Logistics SectorHighly attractive remuneration packagesCareer Development & Progression OpportunitiesWith development we offer role promotions to expand our teams, areas include ability and skill to work the ground as Driver Crew ChiefWhat you NeedMinimum 2 year's experience working in rail operations.Be open to relocating to WA Shunting & Train Driving Qualifications.Good interpersonal and communication skillsCurrent Track Access Permit (TAP)Valid C Class Driver’s LicencePromote and Demonstrate Safety Awareness and Compliance to Rail Industry RegulationsWhat you will be DoingEnsuring safe and efficient Locomotive operations and working as part of a team to ensure timely delivery of rolling stock to both our internal and external customersPerform assigned duties in accordance with SCT Rail’s policies and work instructionCommitment to safety in the workplaceAbility to lead, coach and mentor our team members to continually improve performanceEnsure compliance with company OHS best practice and state & federal legislationPerform to a strong customer focus orientationWork in a small team environment The SCT Group is an equal opportunity employer.Short listed candidates will only be contacted. We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings prior to the stated closing date.Secure your permanent role before the end of the financial year rush! If any of these positions interests you, please APPLY NOW! Don't delay interviews happening next week!To apply, please click on "Apply for this job" or email your cover letter and resume to sarah.corbett@randstad.com.au 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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Due to a new project coming into production, our client is looking to build a technical services team to bring this exciting mining project online.In this role you will:To provide and maintain comprehensive survey control across the site which facilitates the delivery of production and development targetsTo ensure compliance and sign off in accordance with Governing Act and Regulations that relates to mine SurveyingTo provide day to day through to End of Month Surveys tasks across the Project About you:Tertiary qualifications in Surveying or national equivalent (essential)Authorised Mine Surveyor Grade 1 or Grade 2 (ideal)Australian C class driver’s licenseFunctional knowledge of modern survey practices including spatial data managementExperience in the Mining Industry including significant experience in an operational survey role (desirable)Well-developed computing skills including mine survey softwareAbility to work outdoors in challenging conditionsGood level of communication, influencing and negotiation skillsSignificant analytical, problem solving and organisational skills with an ability to coordinate tasks.A strong attention to detail and quality controlThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering good structure and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.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.
      About the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Due to a new project coming into production, our client is looking to build a technical services team to bring this exciting mining project online.In this role you will:To provide and maintain comprehensive survey control across the site which facilitates the delivery of production and development targetsTo ensure compliance and sign off in accordance with Governing Act and Regulations that relates to mine SurveyingTo provide day to day through to End of Month Surveys tasks across the Project About you:Tertiary qualifications in Surveying or national equivalent (essential)Authorised Mine Surveyor Grade 1 or Grade 2 (ideal)Australian C class driver’s licenseFunctional knowledge of modern survey practices including spatial data managementExperience in the Mining Industry including significant experience in an operational survey role (desirable)Well-developed computing skills including mine survey softwareAbility to work outdoors in challenging conditionsGood level of communication, influencing and negotiation skillsSignificant analytical, problem solving and organisational skills with an ability to coordinate tasks.A strong attention to detail and quality controlThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering good structure and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.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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