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      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$180,000, per year, Package
      • full-time
      Salary $150,000 + super (negotiable) Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth OpportunitiesMUST BE A CITIZEN Are you a well versed Safety advisor looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced safety coordinator to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the safety management, advice, monitoring and reporting in the workplace, and engage staff in programs that ensure safe practice in the workplace.Position Key Responsibilities:You will be responsible for Preparing and / or review project safety documentation, including, Site Safety Plan, Project Environmental Plan, Site Induction, Site Risk Assessment SWMS – in accordance with relevant acts and regulations, Carry out site safety inspections as per company WHS&R plan and relevant Acts & Regulations.Your Duties will include:Monitor all employees and subcontractor compliance with approved SWMS.Report identified hazards to site foreman and initiate corrective actions.Carry out inspections of plants and equipment for safety and noise levels.Quarantine and signpost or tag unsafe areas, materials and Plant & Equipment.Maintain and supply current safety forms.Maintain qualification as a first aid officer.Consult with the WHS Manager and System Manager.Coordinate First Aid Kit replenishing.Assist or carry out site inspections of plant and equipment for safety and noise levels.Prepare and maintain a library of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).Ensure all necessary company and site facilities for first aid, firefighting, etc are adequate and available.Staying updated with the latest information regarding safety procedures, and they are requiredto attend training programs.Provide advice and information to foreman regarding specific safety requirements.Assist in and /or investigate and report all incidents, injuries and near misses on site.Arrange and coordinate immunisations and health checks.Carry out internal system audits as directed.Keep lifting gear registers and arrange required inspections.Organize employee training with Registered Training Organizations (RTO).Other duties as reasonably directed.Qualifications:Minimum Certificate IV Work Health and SafetyValid competency certificatesFirst Aid3 + years demonstrated experience working with in safety with in your most recent rolesIf you think this role may apply to you please call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 Click APPLY NOW or you can send your updated resume directly toJasmine.sitoou@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.
      Salary $150,000 + super (negotiable) Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth OpportunitiesMUST BE A CITIZEN Are you a well versed Safety advisor looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced safety coordinator to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the safety management, advice, monitoring and reporting in the workplace, and engage staff in programs that ensure safe practice in the workplace.Position Key Responsibilities:You will be responsible for Preparing and / or review project safety documentation, including, Site Safety Plan, Project Environmental Plan, Site Induction, Site Risk Assessment SWMS – in accordance with relevant acts and regulations, Carry out site safety inspections as per company WHS&R plan and relevant Acts & Regulations.Your Duties will include:Monitor all employees and subcontractor compliance with approved SWMS.Report identified hazards to site foreman and initiate corrective actions.Carry out inspections of plants and equipment for safety and noise levels.Quarantine and signpost or tag unsafe areas, materials and Plant & Equipment.Maintain and supply current safety forms.Maintain qualification as a first aid officer.Consult with the WHS Manager and System Manager.Coordinate First Aid Kit replenishing.Assist or carry out site inspections of plant and equipment for safety and noise levels.Prepare and maintain a library of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).Ensure all necessary company and site facilities for first aid, firefighting, etc are adequate and available.Staying updated with the latest information regarding safety procedures, and they are requiredto attend training programs.Provide advice and information to foreman regarding specific safety requirements.Assist in and /or investigate and report all incidents, injuries and near misses on site.Arrange and coordinate immunisations and health checks.Carry out internal system audits as directed.Keep lifting gear registers and arrange required inspections.Organize employee training with Registered Training Organizations (RTO).Other duties as reasonably directed.Qualifications:Minimum Certificate IV Work Health and SafetyValid competency certificatesFirst Aid3 + years demonstrated experience working with in safety with in your most recent rolesIf you think this role may apply to you please call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 Click APPLY NOW or you can send your updated resume directly toJasmine.sitoou@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000, per year, inclusive total package - neg
      • full-time
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find an established Project Manager to join their team.About the roleReporting to the Senior Project Manager and the Associate Director of Infrastructure and Planning, the Project Manager is accountable and responsible for the coordination, delivery and reporting of major and minor building works, ensuring projects are delivered on time, budget and to the quality expectations of the education body. The Project Manager will oversee the initiation, implementation and review of projects and work including the development of user briefs, establishing design and cost parameters and monitoring building/refurbishment activities.DutiesDeliver, manage and coordinate major planning, building and engineering projects and other major refurbishment works on budget, within agreed time frames and to the quality expectations of the client.Provide specialist practical construction input for capital works for building projects, including but not limited to design, project planning and development, documentation and cost estimation.Implement and take responsibility for project governance and the progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects. This includes ensuring all building works are carried out in accordance with approved documentation, construction programs and approved budgets.Convene and represent the client at meetings with stakeholders involved in capital works for building and engineering projects including, but not limited to, Client Groups, User Coordinators, Project Control Groups, consultants, builders and contractors.Facilitate the resolution of issues through interface meetings with Development Managers, Communications Manager and client representatives.Monitor progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects and ensure strict compliance with details and specifications, conditions of the Contract, building codes and Statutory Regulations.Manage and coordinate all procurement associated with the delivery of major building works contracts including preparation of tender documents, managing tender processes, contract administration and financial management.Develop and deliver key project management artefacts such as project plans, risk and issue registers, stakeholder engagement and communication plans and resource management plans.Skills and experiencePostgraduate qualifications preferably in, construction, engineering, project management and extensive experience in project management or an equivalent combination of experience and education/trainingDemonstrated strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and interact with a wide range of stakeholders including internal stakeholders, consultants, local government and statutory authoritiesExperience and/or knowledge of computer based Facilities/Project Management software and systems, and the ability to write clear and concise reportsIf this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find an established Project Manager to join their team.About the roleReporting to the Senior Project Manager and the Associate Director of Infrastructure and Planning, the Project Manager is accountable and responsible for the coordination, delivery and reporting of major and minor building works, ensuring projects are delivered on time, budget and to the quality expectations of the education body. The Project Manager will oversee the initiation, implementation and review of projects and work including the development of user briefs, establishing design and cost parameters and monitoring building/refurbishment activities.DutiesDeliver, manage and coordinate major planning, building and engineering projects and other major refurbishment works on budget, within agreed time frames and to the quality expectations of the client.Provide specialist practical construction input for capital works for building projects, including but not limited to design, project planning and development, documentation and cost estimation.Implement and take responsibility for project governance and the progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects. This includes ensuring all building works are carried out in accordance with approved documentation, construction programs and approved budgets.Convene and represent the client at meetings with stakeholders involved in capital works for building and engineering projects including, but not limited to, Client Groups, User Coordinators, Project Control Groups, consultants, builders and contractors.Facilitate the resolution of issues through interface meetings with Development Managers, Communications Manager and client representatives.Monitor progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects and ensure strict compliance with details and specifications, conditions of the Contract, building codes and Statutory Regulations.Manage and coordinate all procurement associated with the delivery of major building works contracts including preparation of tender documents, managing tender processes, contract administration and financial management.Develop and deliver key project management artefacts such as project plans, risk and issue registers, stakeholder engagement and communication plans and resource management plans.Skills and experiencePostgraduate qualifications preferably in, construction, engineering, project management and extensive experience in project management or an equivalent combination of experience and education/trainingDemonstrated strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and interact with a wide range of stakeholders including internal stakeholders, consultants, local government and statutory authoritiesExperience and/or knowledge of computer based Facilities/Project Management software and systems, and the ability to write clear and concise reportsIf this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$180,000 per year
      • full-time
      Foreman Attractive Salary $120,000K - $180,000K Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth Opportunitiesan looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced foreman to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the overall management, performance and successful delivery of the assigned project/sAre you a well versed Forem in a fast-paced commercial environment. You will be responsible for helping run large commercial projects within the ACT as on site foreman Your Key responsibilitiesWorking with the Site manager as directed to ensure the success and efficient running of the site and projectsEnsure all worked have been site inducted and copies of up to date licenses are obtained and PPE compliance Conduct briefings/meetings on work requirements safety/environmental issues/concerns as requiredAssist with project spot audits and participate in the site safety inspectionsManagement of defects post project completion.Ensure all works are completed as per the documentation, relevant standards and QA requirements including ITPs.In-process inspection to verify that work is being carried out according to specified requirementsEnsure that injuries/incidents and/or dangerous occurrences are recorded and investigated in conjunction with the WHSE Manager and Site / Project ManagerEnsuring all WHS requirements are in orderIncoming inspection of delivered goodsSkills:Time managementGeneral knowledge of IT and document controlAdvanced oral and written communication Team PlayerWork autonomouslyExperience:Have a minimum of 5 year's experience in a similar role, working on residential or commercial development sites desired - ( MUST HAVE 5 YEARS LOCAL EXPERIENCE)Strong fit out experienceQualifications:A relevant trade background or formal qualification in a construction related discipline.If you think this role may apply to you please click Apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 you can also sendAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Foreman Attractive Salary $120,000K - $180,000K Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth Opportunitiesan looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced foreman to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the overall management, performance and successful delivery of the assigned project/sAre you a well versed Forem in a fast-paced commercial environment. You will be responsible for helping run large commercial projects within the ACT as on site foreman Your Key responsibilitiesWorking with the Site manager as directed to ensure the success and efficient running of the site and projectsEnsure all worked have been site inducted and copies of up to date licenses are obtained and PPE compliance Conduct briefings/meetings on work requirements safety/environmental issues/concerns as requiredAssist with project spot audits and participate in the site safety inspectionsManagement of defects post project completion.Ensure all works are completed as per the documentation, relevant standards and QA requirements including ITPs.In-process inspection to verify that work is being carried out according to specified requirementsEnsure that injuries/incidents and/or dangerous occurrences are recorded and investigated in conjunction with the WHSE Manager and Site / Project ManagerEnsuring all WHS requirements are in orderIncoming inspection of delivered goodsSkills:Time managementGeneral knowledge of IT and document controlAdvanced oral and written communication Team PlayerWork autonomouslyExperience:Have a minimum of 5 year's experience in a similar role, working on residential or commercial development sites desired - ( MUST HAVE 5 YEARS LOCAL EXPERIENCE)Strong fit out experienceQualifications:A relevant trade background or formal qualification in a construction related discipline.If you think this role may apply to you please click Apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 you can also sendAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$1,800,000 per year
      • full-time
      Foreman Attractive Salary $120,000K - $180,000K Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth Opportunitiesan looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced foreman to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the overall management, performance and successful delivery of the assigned project/sAre you a well versed Forem in a fast-paced commercial environment. You will be responsible for helping run large commercial projects within the ACT as on site foreman Your Key responsibilitiesWorking with the Site manager as directed to ensure the success and efficient running of the site and projectsEnsure all worked have been site inducted and copies of up to date licenses are obtained and PPE compliance Conduct briefings/meetings on work requirements safety/environmental issues/concerns as requiredAssist with project spot audits and participate in the site safety inspectionsManagement of defects post project completion.Ensure all works are completed as per the documentation, relevant standards and QA requirements including ITPs.In-process inspection to verify that work is being carried out according to specified requirementsEnsure that injuries/incidents and/or dangerous occurrences are recorded and investigated in conjunction with the WHSE Manager and Site / Project ManagerEnsuring all WHS requirements are in orderIncoming inspection of delivered goodsSkills:Time managementGeneral knowledge of IT and document controlAdvanced oral and written communication Team PlayerWork autonomouslyExperience:Have a minimum of 5 year's experience in a similar role, working on residential or commercial development sites desired - ( MUST HAVE 5 YEARS LOCAL EXPERIENCE)Strong fit out experienceQualifications:A relevant trade background or formal qualification in a construction related discipline.If you think this role may apply to you please click Apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 you can also sendAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Foreman Attractive Salary $120,000K - $180,000K Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth Opportunitiesan looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced foreman to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the overall management, performance and successful delivery of the assigned project/sAre you a well versed Forem in a fast-paced commercial environment. You will be responsible for helping run large commercial projects within the ACT as on site foreman Your Key responsibilitiesWorking with the Site manager as directed to ensure the success and efficient running of the site and projectsEnsure all worked have been site inducted and copies of up to date licenses are obtained and PPE compliance Conduct briefings/meetings on work requirements safety/environmental issues/concerns as requiredAssist with project spot audits and participate in the site safety inspectionsManagement of defects post project completion.Ensure all works are completed as per the documentation, relevant standards and QA requirements including ITPs.In-process inspection to verify that work is being carried out according to specified requirementsEnsure that injuries/incidents and/or dangerous occurrences are recorded and investigated in conjunction with the WHSE Manager and Site / Project ManagerEnsuring all WHS requirements are in orderIncoming inspection of delivered goodsSkills:Time managementGeneral knowledge of IT and document controlAdvanced oral and written communication Team PlayerWork autonomouslyExperience:Have a minimum of 5 year's experience in a similar role, working on residential or commercial development sites desired - ( MUST HAVE 5 YEARS LOCAL EXPERIENCE)Strong fit out experienceQualifications:A relevant trade background or formal qualification in a construction related discipline.If you think this role may apply to you please click Apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 you can also sendAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$150,000, per year, superannuation
      • full-time
      Safety Officer or HSE PositionMust have Construction experienceASAP STARTFamily Owned Business40 hours per week!120K + Super (Negotiable)Must be an Australian citizenI am currently seeking a Safety officer to start working with a Civil Construction company located in Canberra. They work across all major construction projects that involve engineering, procurement and construction services to the Civil sector in the ACT and Surrounding region.As the safety officer you will be responsible for client relationships where you will be available to attend the scheduled meetings, With in team management you will be required to Provide HSE leadership to site project teams, ensuring sufficient instruction Encourage an innovative approach to HSE compliance delivery and Promote a healthy work/ life balance and resources to achieve compliance. Contribute constructively to culture of health and safety within the businessContribute to workplace health and safety, risk and environmental (WHSE) objectives and targetsEstablish and maintain a leadership role, displaying a commitment to achieve the intent of WHSE & QA PlanAnalyse, develop, and implement Project WHSE & QA PlansAssist with the creation and implementation of health and safety policies and proceduresMaintain company records relating to safety, ensuring completeness and high standard of reportingEnsure risk management issues are addressed as required and that each project risk register is reviewed monthly (including an evaluation of the effectiveness of controls)Review licensing and competency requirements against the scope of works for upcoming Projects to ensure resourcing is compliant with the expectations of the WHSE & QA planCoordinate and schedule the provision of training of their employees by external providersAssist in the scheduling and provision of internal training packages to employees to ensure Project resourcing is in line with WHSE & QA Plan requirementsRecord, report and assist with the investigation of workplace accidents and injuries; make recommendations on workplace conditions and hazardsAssist injured staff through implementing the Return-to-Work processProvide support to Project Teams in regard to the development of Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) and/or Job Safety Analysis (JSA) for activitiesProvide support to the WHSE Manager with internal and external auditing including assistance with the closeout of items contained within the Audit ReportsUndertake Site based WHSE Inspections and Contractor Spot Audits to meet the requirements of the WHSE & QA PlanMonitor SAI Global and ACT WorkSafe websites for changes/upgrades to standards, legislation, regulations and codes of practice and determine the impact of the change for the company. Communicate as required and maintain registerAssist with the provision of Project Reporting for clients and external regulation bodies such as the OFSC and periodically on the performance of company WHSE performanceOther duties as required and directed by the WHSE Manager and Senior Manager QualificationsTertiary qualifications in safety or environmental science/management/engineeringIf you think this role applies to you and you please click apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883, you can also send your updated resume through to Jasmine.sitoou@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.
      Safety Officer or HSE PositionMust have Construction experienceASAP STARTFamily Owned Business40 hours per week!120K + Super (Negotiable)Must be an Australian citizenI am currently seeking a Safety officer to start working with a Civil Construction company located in Canberra. They work across all major construction projects that involve engineering, procurement and construction services to the Civil sector in the ACT and Surrounding region.As the safety officer you will be responsible for client relationships where you will be available to attend the scheduled meetings, With in team management you will be required to Provide HSE leadership to site project teams, ensuring sufficient instruction Encourage an innovative approach to HSE compliance delivery and Promote a healthy work/ life balance and resources to achieve compliance. Contribute constructively to culture of health and safety within the businessContribute to workplace health and safety, risk and environmental (WHSE) objectives and targetsEstablish and maintain a leadership role, displaying a commitment to achieve the intent of WHSE & QA PlanAnalyse, develop, and implement Project WHSE & QA PlansAssist with the creation and implementation of health and safety policies and proceduresMaintain company records relating to safety, ensuring completeness and high standard of reportingEnsure risk management issues are addressed as required and that each project risk register is reviewed monthly (including an evaluation of the effectiveness of controls)Review licensing and competency requirements against the scope of works for upcoming Projects to ensure resourcing is compliant with the expectations of the WHSE & QA planCoordinate and schedule the provision of training of their employees by external providersAssist in the scheduling and provision of internal training packages to employees to ensure Project resourcing is in line with WHSE & QA Plan requirementsRecord, report and assist with the investigation of workplace accidents and injuries; make recommendations on workplace conditions and hazardsAssist injured staff through implementing the Return-to-Work processProvide support to Project Teams in regard to the development of Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) and/or Job Safety Analysis (JSA) for activitiesProvide support to the WHSE Manager with internal and external auditing including assistance with the closeout of items contained within the Audit ReportsUndertake Site based WHSE Inspections and Contractor Spot Audits to meet the requirements of the WHSE & QA PlanMonitor SAI Global and ACT WorkSafe websites for changes/upgrades to standards, legislation, regulations and codes of practice and determine the impact of the change for the company. Communicate as required and maintain registerAssist with the provision of Project Reporting for clients and external regulation bodies such as the OFSC and periodically on the performance of company WHSE performanceOther duties as required and directed by the WHSE Manager and Senior Manager QualificationsTertiary qualifications in safety or environmental science/management/engineeringIf you think this role applies to you and you please click apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883, you can also send your updated resume through to Jasmine.sitoou@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000 per year
      • full-time
      LARGE COMPANYSUPPORTING ENVIRONMENTGREAT CORE VALUES- Commercial Construction- Government Construction Your new roleAs the Project manager you will be responsible for making sure the projects are running smoothly and overseeing all business operations day to day, focused on building strong relationships with clients and managing the company's staff and labor. You are responsible for successfully delivering complex projects safely, on time and on budget, to clients. The Project Manager will lead the project team to meet contractual and legislative obligations and maximize profitability!Requirements and DutiesStrong industry knowledge and proven experience working as a project manager within construction and have worked for Tier 1 and Tier 2 construction companies Working knowledge of Agile practices, understanding of the project life cycle, project documentation, standards and methodologies.Adapt quickly with flexibility and capacity to change demands, priorities, and direction.Project management from initial site setup to completion autonomouslyControlling and managing all aspects of the projects involving Commercial Builds and government projects.Ensuring effective cost control and efficient running of the projectProject progress reporting and conducting weekly meetingsManages project start-up, maintains construction schedule and ensures effective handover, including holding regular project management meetings.Holds self and team accountable to delivering with efficiency and effectiveness, and of consistently high standards. Ensuring allTakes ownership of all commercial aspects of project, understands the implications of team’s work practices on the profitability of the project, and considers the impact of costs on decisions and changes.Administering the contract in a manner which ensures the Company is always maintained contractually in a position of strengthcompliant with the terms and conditions of contract.Ensuring projects are invoiced monthly compliant with the terms and conditions of the contract inclusive of all claimable variations.Maintaining the project site, premises, plant & equipment in a fully operational and tidy condition. Skills & ExperienceExperience as a Project Manager within the building industryExperience working on Commercial projectsHigh attention to detail.Ability to work well under pressure and tight deadlines.Trade qualified (highly desirable) If you think this role applies to you and you would like to hear more please contact Jasmine Sitoou on 0419 013 883 or you can email me on Jasmine.sitoou@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.
      LARGE COMPANYSUPPORTING ENVIRONMENTGREAT CORE VALUES- Commercial Construction- Government Construction Your new roleAs the Project manager you will be responsible for making sure the projects are running smoothly and overseeing all business operations day to day, focused on building strong relationships with clients and managing the company's staff and labor. You are responsible for successfully delivering complex projects safely, on time and on budget, to clients. The Project Manager will lead the project team to meet contractual and legislative obligations and maximize profitability!Requirements and DutiesStrong industry knowledge and proven experience working as a project manager within construction and have worked for Tier 1 and Tier 2 construction companies Working knowledge of Agile practices, understanding of the project life cycle, project documentation, standards and methodologies.Adapt quickly with flexibility and capacity to change demands, priorities, and direction.Project management from initial site setup to completion autonomouslyControlling and managing all aspects of the projects involving Commercial Builds and government projects.Ensuring effective cost control and efficient running of the projectProject progress reporting and conducting weekly meetingsManages project start-up, maintains construction schedule and ensures effective handover, including holding regular project management meetings.Holds self and team accountable to delivering with efficiency and effectiveness, and of consistently high standards. Ensuring allTakes ownership of all commercial aspects of project, understands the implications of team’s work practices on the profitability of the project, and considers the impact of costs on decisions and changes.Administering the contract in a manner which ensures the Company is always maintained contractually in a position of strengthcompliant with the terms and conditions of contract.Ensuring projects are invoiced monthly compliant with the terms and conditions of the contract inclusive of all claimable variations.Maintaining the project site, premises, plant & equipment in a fully operational and tidy condition. Skills & ExperienceExperience as a Project Manager within the building industryExperience working on Commercial projectsHigh attention to detail.Ability to work well under pressure and tight deadlines.Trade qualified (highly desirable) If you think this role applies to you and you would like to hear more please contact Jasmine Sitoou on 0419 013 883 or you can email me on Jasmine.sitoou@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.

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