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      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$75.00 - AU$85.00, per hour, super & retailer discounts
      • full-time
      Contracts are $75 & 85 per hour + super6 months in lengthNewcastle locationLooking for multiple Project Managers to join a State Government team in Newcastle. In this role you would be required to manage the delivery of assigned infrastructure projects ranging in low to medium risk and complexity to ensure targets, expectations and requirements are all met. What will you be doing?Deliver civil works projects, contributing to planning, scoping and implementation of projects, ensuring project activities are achieved within budget, scope and to key performance measures and comply with best practice project management and safety principles to achieve client satisfaction targets and provide excellent client service.Facilitate input from team members and other stakeholders and prepare Project Plans.Contribute to the preparation of bid proposals and participate as part of a bid team for significant proposals to contribute to business performance.Develop and maintain a good understanding of industry trends and practices, and Government policies and regulations and apply these to project work.Identify opportunities for process improvement contribute to team development and professional development, and propose new approaches to contribute to improved business performance.Prepare and provide regular reports to senior staff regarding project progress and financial performance.Develop and maintain strong working relationships with clients.Provide verification of programs and claim eligibility including items such as payments, cash-flow, work in ground and invoicing. What do we need from you?Appropriate tertiary qualifications and/or equivalent with 5 years minimum relevant working experience in project management, civil engineering, and or civil construction in water, sewerage or roads infrastructure.Well-developed knowledge and understanding of project management principles, current Work Health and Safety legislation and regulations.A valid NSW Driver’s Licence and willingness to drive to remote locations which may include overnight stays.Proven experience in the successful planning and/or delivery of construction projectsStrong leadership skillsDemonstrated experience working with and managing internal and external stakeholdersBe double COVID vaccinatedWhat do you get in return?You will be part of a project that helps local communities in NSW and will also gain valuable experience working with our State Government client! From Randstad you will receive ongoing support from your Consultant, as well as access to our benefits program which includes discounts to leading retails, access to our Employee Assistance Program and more. What's next?Please submit your resume in Word format if you have the above skills and would like to be considered! Alternatively please contact Samantha from Randstad at samantha.tuinukuafe@randstad.com.au 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.
      Contracts are $75 & 85 per hour + super6 months in lengthNewcastle locationLooking for multiple Project Managers to join a State Government team in Newcastle. In this role you would be required to manage the delivery of assigned infrastructure projects ranging in low to medium risk and complexity to ensure targets, expectations and requirements are all met. What will you be doing?Deliver civil works projects, contributing to planning, scoping and implementation of projects, ensuring project activities are achieved within budget, scope and to key performance measures and comply with best practice project management and safety principles to achieve client satisfaction targets and provide excellent client service.Facilitate input from team members and other stakeholders and prepare Project Plans.Contribute to the preparation of bid proposals and participate as part of a bid team for significant proposals to contribute to business performance.Develop and maintain a good understanding of industry trends and practices, and Government policies and regulations and apply these to project work.Identify opportunities for process improvement contribute to team development and professional development, and propose new approaches to contribute to improved business performance.Prepare and provide regular reports to senior staff regarding project progress and financial performance.Develop and maintain strong working relationships with clients.Provide verification of programs and claim eligibility including items such as payments, cash-flow, work in ground and invoicing. What do we need from you?Appropriate tertiary qualifications and/or equivalent with 5 years minimum relevant working experience in project management, civil engineering, and or civil construction in water, sewerage or roads infrastructure.Well-developed knowledge and understanding of project management principles, current Work Health and Safety legislation and regulations.A valid NSW Driver’s Licence and willingness to drive to remote locations which may include overnight stays.Proven experience in the successful planning and/or delivery of construction projectsStrong leadership skillsDemonstrated experience working with and managing internal and external stakeholdersBe double COVID vaccinatedWhat do you get in return?You will be part of a project that helps local communities in NSW and will also gain valuable experience working with our State Government client! From Randstad you will receive ongoing support from your Consultant, as well as access to our benefits program which includes discounts to leading retails, access to our Employee Assistance Program and more. What's next?Please submit your resume in Word format if you have the above skills and would like to be considered! Alternatively please contact Samantha from Randstad at samantha.tuinukuafe@randstad.com.au 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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      Deliver on some of the nation’s most important Defence programsFlexible working options with a great team cultureDevelop and negotiate timely and quality proposalsOur client is seeking a Contracts Specialist who will be responsible for supporting various contracting activities, including tasks such as developing and negotiating timely and quality proposals leading to the contract administration/execution of these transactions. Project is based in Brisbane but can be done remotely from Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra.Responsibilities:Exercises appropriate signature authority in negotiating and contracting for the sale and support of products, services, technologies, financing and the licensing of intellectual property to support company strategies.Presents business solutions to preserve and expand the business. Represents the company in external negotiations to a diverse set of customers.Authority to prepare, negotiate, execute, interpret and administer legally binding complex contractual agreements.Coordinates and partners with other internal functional disciplines. Summarizes complex contractual issues, develops creative solutions and coordination of contractual risk mitigation.Experience/Qualifications5 years’ experience in a Contracts Specialist/Manager role in a Project environmentTertiary qualifications in a related discipline (e.g. Law, Accounting or Business Management). Formal qualification in Law is highly desirablePrevious demonstrated experience with Australian Standard Defence Contracting (ASDEFCON) suit of templates is highly desirableExcellent verbal and written communication skillsStrong planning and organisational skillsApplicants must be Australian Citizens or Defence ClearanceIn this role you will frequently deal with key stakeholders within the business, advising and guiding them in contractual interpretations and negotiations. You will also deal directly with customers and their Contracts, Commercial and legal advisors.Applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance if requiredFor the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.auref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Deliver on some of the nation’s most important Defence programsFlexible working options with a great team cultureDevelop and negotiate timely and quality proposalsOur client is seeking a Contracts Specialist who will be responsible for supporting various contracting activities, including tasks such as developing and negotiating timely and quality proposals leading to the contract administration/execution of these transactions. Project is based in Brisbane but can be done remotely from Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra.Responsibilities:Exercises appropriate signature authority in negotiating and contracting for the sale and support of products, services, technologies, financing and the licensing of intellectual property to support company strategies.Presents business solutions to preserve and expand the business. Represents the company in external negotiations to a diverse set of customers.Authority to prepare, negotiate, execute, interpret and administer legally binding complex contractual agreements.Coordinates and partners with other internal functional disciplines. Summarizes complex contractual issues, develops creative solutions and coordination of contractual risk mitigation.Experience/Qualifications5 years’ experience in a Contracts Specialist/Manager role in a Project environmentTertiary qualifications in a related discipline (e.g. Law, Accounting or Business Management). Formal qualification in Law is highly desirablePrevious demonstrated experience with Australian Standard Defence Contracting (ASDEFCON) suit of templates is highly desirableExcellent verbal and written communication skillsStrong planning and organisational skillsApplicants must be Australian Citizens or Defence ClearanceIn this role you will frequently deal with key stakeholders within the business, advising and guiding them in contractual interpretations and negotiations. You will also deal directly with customers and their Contracts, Commercial and legal advisors.Applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance if requiredFor the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.auref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$42.54 - AU$42.54, per hour, super & discounts to leading retailers
      • full-time
      Randstad is supporting a reputable and vital community based Federal Government Agency in Newcastle. We are currently searching for 3 x Administration Officers to join their Newcastle & Charlestown branches on a full time temporary contract commencing this month through to end of August 2023 initally.What’s in it for you?Competitive hourly rate plus superFederal Government opportunity with a focus on professional growthSurround yourself with a supportive team coupled with a progressive and innovative culture Your new role:As the Business Support Officer, you will be responsible for setting priorities and managing the workflow for your role. You will undertake procedural, clerical and administrative support activities including some basic research and analysis. This role may also include face to face and over the phone customer contact requiring a strong ability to communicate effectively to a range of internal and external stakeholders. Additionally you will:Provide general administrative assistance to support day to day activities within the officeManage internal diaries and coordinate appointments for customers and business stakeholdersWork collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organisational successSupporting the drafting of written communications and managing documents and databasesReceiving, analysing and recording complaints and feedbackOrganising travel and finance reconciliationParticipating in project management work as directed, supporting the delivery of work priorities. About you:You have fine tuned administrative skills gained from your experience working in a diverse environment. You have a sense of urgency and flourish in an ever changing environment. You are flexible with strong organisation/time management skills. Previous experience in the Health, Not for Profit, Community and/or Disability sector is highly regarded. How do I apply?Click ‘apply here’ with an up-to-date resume in word format. For more information please phone Elyse on 4032 7357Please note you must be an Australian citizen to apply and be prepared to undergo a police check if successful.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 supporting a reputable and vital community based Federal Government Agency in Newcastle. We are currently searching for 3 x Administration Officers to join their Newcastle & Charlestown branches on a full time temporary contract commencing this month through to end of August 2023 initally.What’s in it for you?Competitive hourly rate plus superFederal Government opportunity with a focus on professional growthSurround yourself with a supportive team coupled with a progressive and innovative culture Your new role:As the Business Support Officer, you will be responsible for setting priorities and managing the workflow for your role. You will undertake procedural, clerical and administrative support activities including some basic research and analysis. This role may also include face to face and over the phone customer contact requiring a strong ability to communicate effectively to a range of internal and external stakeholders. Additionally you will:Provide general administrative assistance to support day to day activities within the officeManage internal diaries and coordinate appointments for customers and business stakeholdersWork collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organisational successSupporting the drafting of written communications and managing documents and databasesReceiving, analysing and recording complaints and feedbackOrganising travel and finance reconciliationParticipating in project management work as directed, supporting the delivery of work priorities. About you:You have fine tuned administrative skills gained from your experience working in a diverse environment. You have a sense of urgency and flourish in an ever changing environment. You are flexible with strong organisation/time management skills. Previous experience in the Health, Not for Profit, Community and/or Disability sector is highly regarded. How do I apply?Click ‘apply here’ with an up-to-date resume in word format. For more information please phone Elyse on 4032 7357Please note you must be an Australian citizen to apply and be prepared to undergo a police check if successful.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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$110,000, per year, package+EVP
      • full-time
      Are you looking for an internal Talent role role where you can still touch the lives of people and have the opportunity to drive key internal strategic optimisation projects? We have a great opportunity for an experienced Recruiter / Talent Acquisition Advisor to join a construction company engaged in some of the nation’s most prominent construction projects.Delving deeperYou will be responsible for the strategic sourcing and attraction for a range of key projects both within blue and white collar scopes along with niche and senior level positions. Responsibilities include:Drive the end to end recruitment process with candidates and hiring managersStrategic sourcing to engage best talent for key positionsChampioning and developing strategic sourcing initiativesContinuously developing and managing a strong talent pool of candidates for both current and future vacanciesDevelop and promote Talent Acquisition initiatives to improve efficiencies across internal practices and overall candidate experiencesAbout youExtensive recruitment experience (either within agency or internal)Excellent relationship building and management skillsDemonstrated experience proactively sourcing and building talent pools for critical and labour shortage role typesDriven mindset and proactive attitude to truly take ownership of your roleExperience within the construction/infrastructure sector or related industries is desirable but not essentialWhy make the move?Tailored professional development opportunities for career advancement Opportunities to work on a wide variety of exciting projects Annual social calendar of activities and events Bonus leave days including your birthday off and a wellbeing day Flexible working arrangementsI am super excited to talk to you about this opportunity so please apply or reach out to me directly on (02) 4032 7357 or elyse.connor@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.
      Are you looking for an internal Talent role role where you can still touch the lives of people and have the opportunity to drive key internal strategic optimisation projects? We have a great opportunity for an experienced Recruiter / Talent Acquisition Advisor to join a construction company engaged in some of the nation’s most prominent construction projects.Delving deeperYou will be responsible for the strategic sourcing and attraction for a range of key projects both within blue and white collar scopes along with niche and senior level positions. Responsibilities include:Drive the end to end recruitment process with candidates and hiring managersStrategic sourcing to engage best talent for key positionsChampioning and developing strategic sourcing initiativesContinuously developing and managing a strong talent pool of candidates for both current and future vacanciesDevelop and promote Talent Acquisition initiatives to improve efficiencies across internal practices and overall candidate experiencesAbout youExtensive recruitment experience (either within agency or internal)Excellent relationship building and management skillsDemonstrated experience proactively sourcing and building talent pools for critical and labour shortage role typesDriven mindset and proactive attitude to truly take ownership of your roleExperience within the construction/infrastructure sector or related industries is desirable but not essentialWhy make the move?Tailored professional development opportunities for career advancement Opportunities to work on a wide variety of exciting projects Annual social calendar of activities and events Bonus leave days including your birthday off and a wellbeing day Flexible working arrangementsI am super excited to talk to you about this opportunity so please apply or reach out to me directly on (02) 4032 7357 or elyse.connor@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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Contract opportunity within a Defence PrimeEnjoy flexibility - 4 day work weekEngaging work and a great cultureWe are seeking a talented & dedicated Shipping and Receiving Specialist to provide support to the Supply Chain Management team by assisting with all receipt, dispatch and related support activities. The role will be on a contract basis and will be located at the RAAF Base Williamtown, NSW. Responsibilities:Processing Inventory Management System (Oracle/MILIS) transactions to support project activities as requiredMaintain and control inventory accounts including Serviceable, Repairable, Quarantine and Disposal AccountsReceipt, storage, handling, packaging & shipping and issuing of inventory Complete initial verification for identification and damage on incoming/outgoing receivers/shippers. Prepare shipment billing and route orders. Record shipment data, such as weight, charges and damagesMaintain inventory of shipping suppliesPackage, label and process shipments. Document and notify recipients of packages receivedMaintain inventory of shipping supplies Experience/QualificationsExperience in material management, warehousing, booking freight, use of plant and manual handling equipmentDemonstrated knowledge of, and experience in, supply support roles and functionsPrevious experience in the receipt and dispatch of goods and servicesDemonstrated experience with computerized inventory management systems and methodologiesProficient in the Microsoft Office suite of applications and Oracle/MILIS preferablyBaseline or NV1 Defence Clearance essential For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.auref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Contract opportunity within a Defence PrimeEnjoy flexibility - 4 day work weekEngaging work and a great cultureWe are seeking a talented & dedicated Shipping and Receiving Specialist to provide support to the Supply Chain Management team by assisting with all receipt, dispatch and related support activities. The role will be on a contract basis and will be located at the RAAF Base Williamtown, NSW. Responsibilities:Processing Inventory Management System (Oracle/MILIS) transactions to support project activities as requiredMaintain and control inventory accounts including Serviceable, Repairable, Quarantine and Disposal AccountsReceipt, storage, handling, packaging & shipping and issuing of inventory Complete initial verification for identification and damage on incoming/outgoing receivers/shippers. Prepare shipment billing and route orders. Record shipment data, such as weight, charges and damagesMaintain inventory of shipping suppliesPackage, label and process shipments. Document and notify recipients of packages receivedMaintain inventory of shipping supplies Experience/QualificationsExperience in material management, warehousing, booking freight, use of plant and manual handling equipmentDemonstrated knowledge of, and experience in, supply support roles and functionsPrevious experience in the receipt and dispatch of goods and servicesDemonstrated experience with computerized inventory management systems and methodologiesProficient in the Microsoft Office suite of applications and Oracle/MILIS preferablyBaseline or NV1 Defence Clearance essential For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.auref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$125,000 - AU$130,000, per year, + super + bonuses
      • full-time
      A Clinical Care Manager is needed at a modern Aged-Care Residence in Waratah, NSW. Come join this well-resourced home located just 15 minutes from Newcastle's CBD, where you will work as part of an empathetic and caring clinical team that oversees 108 beds. Benefits:Generous salary and benefits on offer Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Experience managing a minimum of 30 bedsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 to have a confidential chat.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 Clinical Care Manager is needed at a modern Aged-Care Residence in Waratah, NSW. Come join this well-resourced home located just 15 minutes from Newcastle's CBD, where you will work as part of an empathetic and caring clinical team that oversees 108 beds. Benefits:Generous salary and benefits on offer Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Experience managing a minimum of 30 bedsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 to have a confidential chat.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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Legal AssistantNewcastle Full time Permanent Role Personal Injury Your new employerRandstad has partnered with a well respected Newcastle based mid tier law firm who prides themselves in providing their clients with the highest level of service, skill and legal expertise across property, commercial, litigation and dispute resolution, employment, industrial relations and plaintiff personal injury law. Their clients include a broad cross-section of corporate, government,not for profit, SME and personal clients.Established more than 120 years ago, our client is a continuously evolving modern firm with a strong focus on training and development, career opportunities, providing excellent resources and support, social and sporting activities and staff benefits. Do you want to join an enthusiastic, motivated and caring team? This may be the perfect opportunity for you!What will you be responsible for?As a Legal Assistant in the Personal Injury team, you will be supporting an Associate and SeniorAssociate, providing a variety of legal and administrative work, across matters relating to workers compensation, work injury, damages (WID), motor vehicle accidents (MVA) and public liability to name a few.This involves producing and preparing correspondence and court documents, photocopying, data entry, filing and collating documents. Direct liaison with clients, diary management, coordinating meetings and travel arrangements and general legal admin support for the team as required.About you:Minimum 2 years’ experience within Personal Injury Law Thrive in a busy, dynamic environmentExceptional customer service The ability to maintain confidentiality and handle matters with sensitivityAttention to detail Strong organisational and file management skills Tech savvyThe ability to work both independently and as part of a teamHow to apply:If this sounds like you, please click on apply or email your resume to elyse.connor@randstad.com.au. Alternatively you can call us on 02 40327350 for more information and 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.
      Legal AssistantNewcastle Full time Permanent Role Personal Injury Your new employerRandstad has partnered with a well respected Newcastle based mid tier law firm who prides themselves in providing their clients with the highest level of service, skill and legal expertise across property, commercial, litigation and dispute resolution, employment, industrial relations and plaintiff personal injury law. Their clients include a broad cross-section of corporate, government,not for profit, SME and personal clients.Established more than 120 years ago, our client is a continuously evolving modern firm with a strong focus on training and development, career opportunities, providing excellent resources and support, social and sporting activities and staff benefits. Do you want to join an enthusiastic, motivated and caring team? This may be the perfect opportunity for you!What will you be responsible for?As a Legal Assistant in the Personal Injury team, you will be supporting an Associate and SeniorAssociate, providing a variety of legal and administrative work, across matters relating to workers compensation, work injury, damages (WID), motor vehicle accidents (MVA) and public liability to name a few.This involves producing and preparing correspondence and court documents, photocopying, data entry, filing and collating documents. Direct liaison with clients, diary management, coordinating meetings and travel arrangements and general legal admin support for the team as required.About you:Minimum 2 years’ experience within Personal Injury Law Thrive in a busy, dynamic environmentExceptional customer service The ability to maintain confidentiality and handle matters with sensitivityAttention to detail Strong organisational and file management skills Tech savvyThe ability to work both independently and as part of a teamHow to apply:If this sounds like you, please click on apply or email your resume to elyse.connor@randstad.com.au. Alternatively you can call us on 02 40327350 for more information and 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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Our client is seeking self motivated and reliable Mechanical and Hydraulic Fitters to join their team. Based in multiple locations in Newcastle you will be assisting with conducting overhauls of hydraulic cylinders, rams and valves with the opportunity to transition into field service or other areas within the business. What's on offer?Supportive team environmentImmediate startMultiple opportunities availableAttractive hourly rate with penaltiesRoster 7am - 3pm, Mon - Fri Career developmentEducation opportunities to assist with your trade Newcastle LocationPermanent placements offered to the right candidates Other benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsTrade QualificationReliable transportStrong commitment to safety policies and proceduresAbility to work independently or part of a teamExcellent work references to support your applicationGood communication and time management skillsIf you meet the above criteria, we want to hear from you. To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to cpenewcastle@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.
      Our client is seeking self motivated and reliable Mechanical and Hydraulic Fitters to join their team. Based in multiple locations in Newcastle you will be assisting with conducting overhauls of hydraulic cylinders, rams and valves with the opportunity to transition into field service or other areas within the business. What's on offer?Supportive team environmentImmediate startMultiple opportunities availableAttractive hourly rate with penaltiesRoster 7am - 3pm, Mon - Fri Career developmentEducation opportunities to assist with your trade Newcastle LocationPermanent placements offered to the right candidates Other benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsTrade QualificationReliable transportStrong commitment to safety policies and proceduresAbility to work independently or part of a teamExcellent work references to support your applicationGood communication and time management skillsIf you meet the above criteria, we want to hear from you. To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to cpenewcastle@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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$35.00 - AU$40.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Competitive above award salary ($$)Flexible age groupRoom for career progression and developmentThe CentreThis lovely 85 place service in New Lambton is looking for an Early Childhood Teacher to join their welcoming team today. The service follows a play-based approach to learning and children are encouraged to actively explore and participate in their own individual learning experiments. Collaboration and social development are also key factors which are integrated into the children's learning and everything is linked to the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF). As an educator at the centre you will be welcomed by a supportive team of staff and management who will be there to help you transition into your new role and you will be given numerous training and development opportunities, including training in using Storypark. The service is open Monday to Friday from 7:00am to 6:00pm.The RoleAs an Early Childhood Teacher your responsibilities will include: Implement education and care programs that meet the holistic needs of the individual child as part of a communityEstablish, nurture and foster collaborative partnerships with families and communities to achieve quality learning and development outcomes for childrenBe enthusiastic and reliable with demonstrated experience in providing high-quality education and care for children, including those with additional needs.Be reliable, respectful and work constructively with your colleagues and other professionalsEngage in shared, sustained interactions with children which build warm, trusting relationshipsBenefits of the RoleCompetitive above award salary ($$)Access to continual training and development opportunitiesRoom for career advancement - with numerous services across Australia there is always room for internal career progression95% off childcare discount feesAccess to an Employee Assistance Program Commitment to employee wellbeing and a positive work culture About YouTo be successful in this position you must have:A Bachelors in Early Childhood Teaching OR ACECQA-approved equivalent qualification Provisional or Proficient NESA Accreditation A current Working with Children’s Check Current first aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainHave a strong understanding of the EYLF and NQSIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.auTel: 02 8238 0200
      Competitive above award salary ($$)Flexible age groupRoom for career progression and developmentThe CentreThis lovely 85 place service in New Lambton is looking for an Early Childhood Teacher to join their welcoming team today. The service follows a play-based approach to learning and children are encouraged to actively explore and participate in their own individual learning experiments. Collaboration and social development are also key factors which are integrated into the children's learning and everything is linked to the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF). As an educator at the centre you will be welcomed by a supportive team of staff and management who will be there to help you transition into your new role and you will be given numerous training and development opportunities, including training in using Storypark. The service is open Monday to Friday from 7:00am to 6:00pm.The RoleAs an Early Childhood Teacher your responsibilities will include: Implement education and care programs that meet the holistic needs of the individual child as part of a communityEstablish, nurture and foster collaborative partnerships with families and communities to achieve quality learning and development outcomes for childrenBe enthusiastic and reliable with demonstrated experience in providing high-quality education and care for children, including those with additional needs.Be reliable, respectful and work constructively with your colleagues and other professionalsEngage in shared, sustained interactions with children which build warm, trusting relationshipsBenefits of the RoleCompetitive above award salary ($$)Access to continual training and development opportunitiesRoom for career advancement - with numerous services across Australia there is always room for internal career progression95% off childcare discount feesAccess to an Employee Assistance Program Commitment to employee wellbeing and a positive work culture About YouTo be successful in this position you must have:A Bachelors in Early Childhood Teaching OR ACECQA-approved equivalent qualification Provisional or Proficient NESA Accreditation A current Working with Children’s Check Current first aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainHave a strong understanding of the EYLF and NQSIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.auTel: 02 8238 0200

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