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        • keswick, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$60,000 - AU$75,000 per year
        • full-time
        About the company:Our client is a large consultancy within the treatment and processing of water in multiple industries. They are looking for a Graduate Process Engineer with 2-5 years experience to support the Engineering team and eventually become a key member of the team. Description:Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will assist in the day-to-day planning and management of multiple projects across Australia. This will include design changes, planning and scheduling of projects and assisting with client liaisonQualifications and experience:Degree in Chemical or Process Engineering2-5 years experience in water treatment and or processing Key requirements of the role:Experience with design of facilities and infrastructureExperience in day to day operations of managing multiple projectsAbility to liaise with key clients with technical knowledge and understandingBe adaptable and willing to work outside your scope to assist wider team If you feel that you would be suitable for this role click "APPLY NOW" or alternatively contact Justin Martin at Randstad on 0427826908 or send your resume to justin.martin@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.
        About the company:Our client is a large consultancy within the treatment and processing of water in multiple industries. They are looking for a Graduate Process Engineer with 2-5 years experience to support the Engineering team and eventually become a key member of the team. Description:Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will assist in the day-to-day planning and management of multiple projects across Australia. This will include design changes, planning and scheduling of projects and assisting with client liaisonQualifications and experience:Degree in Chemical or Process Engineering2-5 years experience in water treatment and or processing Key requirements of the role:Experience with design of facilities and infrastructureExperience in day to day operations of managing multiple projectsAbility to liaise with key clients with technical knowledge and understandingBe adaptable and willing to work outside your scope to assist wider team If you feel that you would be suitable for this role click "APPLY NOW" or alternatively contact Justin Martin at Randstad on 0427826908 or send your resume to justin.martin@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.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$137,000 - AU$150,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad are proud to offer the opportunity to be part of a reputed organisation that is currently seeking the services of a Senior / Principal Groundwater Modeller for an initial 12 month contract period. Operating from within the Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment (OGIA), you will provide key input into groundwater/geoscience research and projects carried out by OGIA. You will have a key role in integrating and assimilating outputs from multidisciplinary projects into cutting-edge models for the assessment of groundwater impacts from resource development (petroleum and gas, and mining). The outcomes of this work have direct implications on the responsible development of the resources sector in Queensland. OGIA is an independently funded entity for the assessment and management of cumulative impacts from resource development. The multidisciplinary technical team comprises a combination of hydrogeologists, geologists, ecologists and modellers with additional support from some of the world’s leading modelling experts. The role of the senior/principal modeller would be primarily to develop, calibrate and run impact assessment/hypothesis-testing models of varying complexities, and/or be part of a modelling team to support various components of regional-scale modelling. The key duties and accountabilities of the successful candidate will include: Build and develop local and regional scale complex groundwater flow models for impact assessment.Develop and implement novel techniques to improve modelling techniques for predictions of groundwater impacts.Write and review high-quality technical reports.Provide high-level technical advice in relation to groundwater research.Maintain an awareness of relevant research activities in the areas of hydrogeology and groundwater modelling.Represent OGIA in a professional capacity at national, state and industry conferences and workshops.The successful candidate will demonstrate the following capabilities and qualifications/skills: Technical Expertise – Demonstrated experience and sound understanding in developing, calibrating and running complex groundwater flow models.Solutions Focussed – Develops novel or innovative solutions to problems to affect change in a positive and sustained way.Communication – Prepares advanced technical reports, presentations and documentations relating to groundwater modelling and assessment.Relevant tertiary qualifications in either hydrogeology, geology, hydrology, engineering, science or applied science; andExtensive previous working experience in managing technical projects and carrying out regional-scale geological and hydrogeological modelling studies.Additionally they will demonstrate strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations. Our client is proud to offer the successful candidate the following: Opportunity to be part of an outcome-focused reputed organisation with stable funding arrangements.Learning and mentoring opportunities from some of industry’s leading national and international experts and practitioners in the field.Opportunity to work on regional-scale and strategic projects.Opportunity to collaborate and directly interact with stakeholders including landholders, industry, research organisations and regulators.Opportunity to think outside the box and design projects and research to meet specific objectives.Competitive remuneration package with secure and stable employment compared to industry peers.Apply by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact James Chapman on 07 3031 3220 or email james.chapman@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.
        Randstad are proud to offer the opportunity to be part of a reputed organisation that is currently seeking the services of a Senior / Principal Groundwater Modeller for an initial 12 month contract period. Operating from within the Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment (OGIA), you will provide key input into groundwater/geoscience research and projects carried out by OGIA. You will have a key role in integrating and assimilating outputs from multidisciplinary projects into cutting-edge models for the assessment of groundwater impacts from resource development (petroleum and gas, and mining). The outcomes of this work have direct implications on the responsible development of the resources sector in Queensland. OGIA is an independently funded entity for the assessment and management of cumulative impacts from resource development. The multidisciplinary technical team comprises a combination of hydrogeologists, geologists, ecologists and modellers with additional support from some of the world’s leading modelling experts. The role of the senior/principal modeller would be primarily to develop, calibrate and run impact assessment/hypothesis-testing models of varying complexities, and/or be part of a modelling team to support various components of regional-scale modelling. The key duties and accountabilities of the successful candidate will include: Build and develop local and regional scale complex groundwater flow models for impact assessment.Develop and implement novel techniques to improve modelling techniques for predictions of groundwater impacts.Write and review high-quality technical reports.Provide high-level technical advice in relation to groundwater research.Maintain an awareness of relevant research activities in the areas of hydrogeology and groundwater modelling.Represent OGIA in a professional capacity at national, state and industry conferences and workshops.The successful candidate will demonstrate the following capabilities and qualifications/skills: Technical Expertise – Demonstrated experience and sound understanding in developing, calibrating and running complex groundwater flow models.Solutions Focussed – Develops novel or innovative solutions to problems to affect change in a positive and sustained way.Communication – Prepares advanced technical reports, presentations and documentations relating to groundwater modelling and assessment.Relevant tertiary qualifications in either hydrogeology, geology, hydrology, engineering, science or applied science; andExtensive previous working experience in managing technical projects and carrying out regional-scale geological and hydrogeological modelling studies.Additionally they will demonstrate strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations. Our client is proud to offer the successful candidate the following: Opportunity to be part of an outcome-focused reputed organisation with stable funding arrangements.Learning and mentoring opportunities from some of industry’s leading national and international experts and practitioners in the field.Opportunity to work on regional-scale and strategic projects.Opportunity to collaborate and directly interact with stakeholders including landholders, industry, research organisations and regulators.Opportunity to think outside the box and design projects and research to meet specific objectives.Competitive remuneration package with secure and stable employment compared to industry peers.Apply by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact James Chapman on 07 3031 3220 or email james.chapman@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.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$137,000 - AU$150,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad are proud to offer the opportunity to be part of a reputed organisation that is currently seeking the services of a Senior / Principal Groundwater Modeller for an initial 12 month contract period.Operating from within the Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment (OGIA), you will provide key input into groundwater/geoscience research and projects carried out by OGIA. You will have a key role in integrating and assimilating outputs from multidisciplinary projects into cutting-edge models for the assessment of groundwater impacts from resource development (petroleum and gas, and mining). The outcomes of this work have direct implications on the responsible development of the resources sector in Queensland.OGIA is an independently funded entity for the assessment and management of cumulative impacts from resource development. The multidisciplinary technical team comprises a combination of hydrogeologists, geologists, ecologists and modellers with additional support from some of the world’s leading modelling experts.The role of the senior/principal modeller would be primarily to develop, calibrate and run impact assessment/hypothesis-testing models of varying complexities, and/or be part of a modelling team to support various components of regional-scale modelling.The key duties and accountabilities of the successful candidate will include:Build and develop local and regional scale complex groundwater flow models for impact assessment.Develop and implement novel techniques to improve modelling techniques for predictions of groundwater impacts.Write and review high-quality technical reports.Provide high-level technical advice in relation to groundwater research.Maintain an awareness of relevant research activities in the areas of hydrogeology and groundwater modelling.Represent OGIA in a professional capacity at national, state and industry conferences and workshops.The successful candidate will demonstrate the following capabilities and qualifications/skills:Technical Expertise – Demonstrated experience and sound understanding in developing, calibrating and running complex groundwater flow models.Solutions Focussed – Develops novel or innovative solutions to problems to affect change in a positive and sustained way.Communication – Prepares advanced technical reports, presentations and documentations relating to groundwater modelling and assessment.Relevant tertiary qualifications in either hydrogeology, geology, hydrology, engineering, science or applied science; andExtensive previous working experience in managing technical projects and carrying out regional-scale geological and hydrogeological modelling studies.Additionally they will demonstrate strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations.Our client is proud to offer the successful candidate the following:Opportunity to be part of an outcome-focused reputed organisation with stable funding arrangements.Learning and mentoring opportunities from some of industry’s leading national and international experts and practitioners in the field.Opportunity to work on regional-scale and strategic projects.Opportunity to collaborate and directly interact with stakeholders including landholders, industry, research organisations and regulators.Opportunity to think outside the box and design projects and research to meet specific objectives.Competitive remuneration package with secure and stable employment compared to industry peers.Apply by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application.For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact James Chapman on 07 3031 3220 or email james.chapman@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.
        Randstad are proud to offer the opportunity to be part of a reputed organisation that is currently seeking the services of a Senior / Principal Groundwater Modeller for an initial 12 month contract period.Operating from within the Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment (OGIA), you will provide key input into groundwater/geoscience research and projects carried out by OGIA. You will have a key role in integrating and assimilating outputs from multidisciplinary projects into cutting-edge models for the assessment of groundwater impacts from resource development (petroleum and gas, and mining). The outcomes of this work have direct implications on the responsible development of the resources sector in Queensland.OGIA is an independently funded entity for the assessment and management of cumulative impacts from resource development. The multidisciplinary technical team comprises a combination of hydrogeologists, geologists, ecologists and modellers with additional support from some of the world’s leading modelling experts.The role of the senior/principal modeller would be primarily to develop, calibrate and run impact assessment/hypothesis-testing models of varying complexities, and/or be part of a modelling team to support various components of regional-scale modelling.The key duties and accountabilities of the successful candidate will include:Build and develop local and regional scale complex groundwater flow models for impact assessment.Develop and implement novel techniques to improve modelling techniques for predictions of groundwater impacts.Write and review high-quality technical reports.Provide high-level technical advice in relation to groundwater research.Maintain an awareness of relevant research activities in the areas of hydrogeology and groundwater modelling.Represent OGIA in a professional capacity at national, state and industry conferences and workshops.The successful candidate will demonstrate the following capabilities and qualifications/skills:Technical Expertise – Demonstrated experience and sound understanding in developing, calibrating and running complex groundwater flow models.Solutions Focussed – Develops novel or innovative solutions to problems to affect change in a positive and sustained way.Communication – Prepares advanced technical reports, presentations and documentations relating to groundwater modelling and assessment.Relevant tertiary qualifications in either hydrogeology, geology, hydrology, engineering, science or applied science; andExtensive previous working experience in managing technical projects and carrying out regional-scale geological and hydrogeological modelling studies.Additionally they will demonstrate strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations.Our client is proud to offer the successful candidate the following:Opportunity to be part of an outcome-focused reputed organisation with stable funding arrangements.Learning and mentoring opportunities from some of industry’s leading national and international experts and practitioners in the field.Opportunity to work on regional-scale and strategic projects.Opportunity to collaborate and directly interact with stakeholders including landholders, industry, research organisations and regulators.Opportunity to think outside the box and design projects and research to meet specific objectives.Competitive remuneration package with secure and stable employment compared to industry peers.Apply by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application.For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact James Chapman on 07 3031 3220 or email james.chapman@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.
        • gold coast, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$120,000 per year
        • full-time
        About the RoleA successful Engineering and Planning Consultancy is looking for a specialist Senior Civil Water Engineer to join their business. You will be assisting in providing Civil Engineering Design, Planning, and Project Management services in the infrastructure, commercial, and urban development space. Your role will service a diverse range of clients across Australia, but mainly focused on projects in SEQ. In this role, your duties will include but not limited to:Completing water and sewer design;Assessing infrastructure projects and providing risk analysis, reports, and feasibility studies;Hydraulic pipeline design and assessment;Design of sewer and water supply pump stations;Preparing technical specifications and detailed design documentation;Completing tasks to assist in Project Management. What You'll Need To SucceedTertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or equivalent;RPEQ / CPEng / NER;Experience working in an Engineering consultancy environment;Experience in water and sewer infrastructure projects, particularly with pipeline and pump station design;A focus on quality and cost management;Self-motivated with independent work and also team management;Experience with accurately completing complex technical reports and design documentation;Ability to build client relationships and liaise effectively with all stakeholders. What You'll Get In ReturnWorking on interesting projects;Gold Coast location for an ideal beach lifestyle,Opportunities for ongoing career development;Flexible work conditions;Reporting to a team of highly experienced managers and directors.What You Need To Do NowPlease contact Sandy Vo on Sandy.Vo@Randstad.com.au or 0432485202 for a confidential discussion about this job.If this isn't the right opportunity for you but you would like to have a conversation around other jobs, please also don't hesitate to contact me.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 RoleA successful Engineering and Planning Consultancy is looking for a specialist Senior Civil Water Engineer to join their business. You will be assisting in providing Civil Engineering Design, Planning, and Project Management services in the infrastructure, commercial, and urban development space. Your role will service a diverse range of clients across Australia, but mainly focused on projects in SEQ. In this role, your duties will include but not limited to:Completing water and sewer design;Assessing infrastructure projects and providing risk analysis, reports, and feasibility studies;Hydraulic pipeline design and assessment;Design of sewer and water supply pump stations;Preparing technical specifications and detailed design documentation;Completing tasks to assist in Project Management. What You'll Need To SucceedTertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or equivalent;RPEQ / CPEng / NER;Experience working in an Engineering consultancy environment;Experience in water and sewer infrastructure projects, particularly with pipeline and pump station design;A focus on quality and cost management;Self-motivated with independent work and also team management;Experience with accurately completing complex technical reports and design documentation;Ability to build client relationships and liaise effectively with all stakeholders. What You'll Get In ReturnWorking on interesting projects;Gold Coast location for an ideal beach lifestyle,Opportunities for ongoing career development;Flexible work conditions;Reporting to a team of highly experienced managers and directors.What You Need To Do NowPlease contact Sandy Vo on Sandy.Vo@Randstad.com.au or 0432485202 for a confidential discussion about this job.If this isn't the right opportunity for you but you would like to have a conversation around other jobs, please also don't hesitate to contact me.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.
        • townsville, queensland
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Currently recruiting a Civil Engineer for a Leading National Civil Engineering business with a long-standing footprint in Townsville. The company specializes in road construction, reconstruction & maintenance, earthworks and drainage structures, stabilization, and profiling.About the role:Delivering state government road construction & maintenance projectsManaging road construction projects, including bulk earthworks, drainage, stabilization, and sealed pavements Conducting and overseeing quality aspects of a project Preparing and monitoring project management plans including hazard and aspect identification and risk managementTendering and estimationTo be considered for this opportunity you must meet the following criteria:Degree-qualified Civil EngineeringMinimum 3+ years post-graduate experience with proven road infrastructure experienceGravel Road Experience/ RMS Experience an advantageAble to work and delivery the project / working with a clientRoad Stabilisation / profiling / re-sealing experienceProven track record of compliance and safety Interested? Email: cormac.dardis@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.
        Currently recruiting a Civil Engineer for a Leading National Civil Engineering business with a long-standing footprint in Townsville. The company specializes in road construction, reconstruction & maintenance, earthworks and drainage structures, stabilization, and profiling.About the role:Delivering state government road construction & maintenance projectsManaging road construction projects, including bulk earthworks, drainage, stabilization, and sealed pavements Conducting and overseeing quality aspects of a project Preparing and monitoring project management plans including hazard and aspect identification and risk managementTendering and estimationTo be considered for this opportunity you must meet the following criteria:Degree-qualified Civil EngineeringMinimum 3+ years post-graduate experience with proven road infrastructure experienceGravel Road Experience/ RMS Experience an advantageAble to work and delivery the project / working with a clientRoad Stabilisation / profiling / re-sealing experienceProven track record of compliance and safety Interested? Email: cormac.dardis@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.
        • perth, western australia
        • permanent
        • AU$40.00 - AU$47.00, per hour, Penalties
        • full-time
        Opportunity for an experienced marine mechanic to spread their wings - work independently, take ownership, get incentivised & be appreciated! KEY INFORMATIONJOB TITLE: Marine Mechanic LOCATION: Bibra Lake WASTART DATE: April 2021EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full time permanent inc Annual & Sick Leave.Hours: 40 per week + seasonal over time THE CLIENT Your new employer is a Western Australian marine mechanical service company, who are the Australian agents for Konrad sterndrives and specialises in repairing and installing Yamaha & Mercury outboards. SCOPE OF WORK Workshop basedInboard & Outboard servicing, fault finding & diagnosticsFit Out of Vessels Face-face & phone Customer service Work independentlyEffectively communicating with Management Following all Workplace and Safety Procedures and Policies MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSTrade Cert in relevant discipline Knowledge of small to medium boats LR License, Forklift, First Aid, Skippers ticket - desirable Customer service experience Good verbal and communication skills OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESSIf you meet minimum requirements, please apply via the APPLY button below. All applications are kept strictly confidentialSuitable applicants will be contacted by phone to discuss the role and determine suitabilitySuccessful applicants will commence our registration process which may include; face to face interview, reference checking, OH&S/physical assessment, D&A screen (when applicable), etc.Once registration is complete, we will finalise your application with our client and, if successful, arrange mobilisation to site ABOUT RANDSTADWe believe that creating the best solutions in HR services means always doing more and going further. We take the time to understand the needs of both our clients and candidates - both immediate, and looking to how we can support your future requirements. We know that the better we know you, the better we can meet your needs and exceed your expectations. At Randstad, we pride ourselves on our core values (to know, serve and trust), which we summarise through our philosophy ‘good to know you’. Find out more at randstad.com.au. Please contact katie forte on 0432 342 244 or alternatively on katie.forte@randstad.com.au if you wish to have a private and 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.
        Opportunity for an experienced marine mechanic to spread their wings - work independently, take ownership, get incentivised & be appreciated! KEY INFORMATIONJOB TITLE: Marine Mechanic LOCATION: Bibra Lake WASTART DATE: April 2021EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full time permanent inc Annual & Sick Leave.Hours: 40 per week + seasonal over time THE CLIENT Your new employer is a Western Australian marine mechanical service company, who are the Australian agents for Konrad sterndrives and specialises in repairing and installing Yamaha & Mercury outboards. SCOPE OF WORK Workshop basedInboard & Outboard servicing, fault finding & diagnosticsFit Out of Vessels Face-face & phone Customer service Work independentlyEffectively communicating with Management Following all Workplace and Safety Procedures and Policies MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSTrade Cert in relevant discipline Knowledge of small to medium boats LR License, Forklift, First Aid, Skippers ticket - desirable Customer service experience Good verbal and communication skills OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESSIf you meet minimum requirements, please apply via the APPLY button below. All applications are kept strictly confidentialSuitable applicants will be contacted by phone to discuss the role and determine suitabilitySuccessful applicants will commence our registration process which may include; face to face interview, reference checking, OH&S/physical assessment, D&A screen (when applicable), etc.Once registration is complete, we will finalise your application with our client and, if successful, arrange mobilisation to site ABOUT RANDSTADWe believe that creating the best solutions in HR services means always doing more and going further. We take the time to understand the needs of both our clients and candidates - both immediate, and looking to how we can support your future requirements. We know that the better we know you, the better we can meet your needs and exceed your expectations. At Randstad, we pride ourselves on our core values (to know, serve and trust), which we summarise through our philosophy ‘good to know you’. Find out more at randstad.com.au. Please contact katie forte on 0432 342 244 or alternatively on katie.forte@randstad.com.au if you wish to have a private and 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.
        • perth, western australia
        • permanent
        • AU$31.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, Penalties
        • full-time
        KEY INFORMATIONJOB TITLE: Fibreglass Laminator LOCATION: Bibra Lake WASTART DATE: April 2021EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full time permanent inc Annual & Sick Leave.Hours: 40 per week + seasonal over time THE CLIENT Your new employer is a Western Australian boat builder who specialises in 8-12 metre fibreglass powered, custom designed catamarans for sea rescue, commercial fishing & recreational purposes. They are unique in their field using resin infused GPR characteristics that has made them the boat builders of choice for west coast sea rescue vessels. SCOPE OF WORK Workshop basedLaminating & use of chopper gunTime management for yourselfWorking within a small team Effectively communicating with Management Following all Workplace and Safety Procedures and Policies MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSFibreglass exposure from marine or other disciplines - Required Laminating experience - desirable Drivers License Good verbal and communication skills OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESSIf you meet minimum requirements, please apply via the APPLY button below. All applications are kept strictly confidentialSuitable applicants will be contacted by phone to discuss the role and determine suitabilitySuccessful applicants will commence our registration process which may include; face to face interview, reference checking, OH&S/physical assessment, D&A screen (when applicable), etc.Once registration is complete, we will finalise your application with our client and, if successful, arrange mobilisation to site ABOUT RANDSTADWe believe that creating the best solutions in HR services means always doing more and going further. We take the time to understand the needs of both our clients and candidates - both immediate, and looking to how we can support your future requirements. We know that the better we know you, the better we can meet your needs and exceed your expectations. At Randstad, we pride ourselves on our core values (to know, serve and trust), which we summarise through our philosophy ‘good to know you’. Find out more at randstad.com.au. Please contact katie forte on 0432 342 244 or alternatively on katie.forte@randstad.com.au if you wish to have a private and 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.
        KEY INFORMATIONJOB TITLE: Fibreglass Laminator LOCATION: Bibra Lake WASTART DATE: April 2021EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full time permanent inc Annual & Sick Leave.Hours: 40 per week + seasonal over time THE CLIENT Your new employer is a Western Australian boat builder who specialises in 8-12 metre fibreglass powered, custom designed catamarans for sea rescue, commercial fishing & recreational purposes. They are unique in their field using resin infused GPR characteristics that has made them the boat builders of choice for west coast sea rescue vessels. SCOPE OF WORK Workshop basedLaminating & use of chopper gunTime management for yourselfWorking within a small team Effectively communicating with Management Following all Workplace and Safety Procedures and Policies MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSFibreglass exposure from marine or other disciplines - Required Laminating experience - desirable Drivers License Good verbal and communication skills OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESSIf you meet minimum requirements, please apply via the APPLY button below. All applications are kept strictly confidentialSuitable applicants will be contacted by phone to discuss the role and determine suitabilitySuccessful applicants will commence our registration process which may include; face to face interview, reference checking, OH&S/physical assessment, D&A screen (when applicable), etc.Once registration is complete, we will finalise your application with our client and, if successful, arrange mobilisation to site ABOUT RANDSTADWe believe that creating the best solutions in HR services means always doing more and going further. We take the time to understand the needs of both our clients and candidates - both immediate, and looking to how we can support your future requirements. We know that the better we know you, the better we can meet your needs and exceed your expectations. At Randstad, we pride ourselves on our core values (to know, serve and trust), which we summarise through our philosophy ‘good to know you’. Find out more at randstad.com.au. Please contact katie forte on 0432 342 244 or alternatively on katie.forte@randstad.com.au if you wish to have a private and 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • contract
        • AU$46.00 - AU$48.00, per hour, Super
        • full-time
        The Company: Our client is a global pharmaceutical company based in the inner CBD suburbs. As a part of recent growth, our client is looking for 3 x Project Engineers to work on small to medium Capital Projects. It will initially be a 12 months contract with a view to possible extension. You will work autonomously to manage multiple projects from start to finish.Key duties and responsibilities: Your main duties within this role will include but not limited to the following;End to end management of small to medium capital projectsAssist in preparing the initial scope of the projectRaise and manage Purchase OrdersPrepare and validate all documentation required for the projectAssist in design(P&Ids), installation and commissioning activitiesAssist in managing sub-contractorsCommunicate effectively with internal and external stakeholdersQualifications and experience: Bachelors degree in Chemical/Mechanical/Process EngineeringMinimum 2 years of experience in pharma/chemical/biotech industry is desirableHigh level communication including presentations and ability to present confidently and accuratelyExcellent project management and interpersonal/communication skills If you feel that you would be suitable for this role click "APPLY NOW" or alternatively email Melissa Tuli on Melissa.tuli@randstad.com.au to discuss the role further. 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.
        The Company: Our client is a global pharmaceutical company based in the inner CBD suburbs. As a part of recent growth, our client is looking for 3 x Project Engineers to work on small to medium Capital Projects. It will initially be a 12 months contract with a view to possible extension. You will work autonomously to manage multiple projects from start to finish.Key duties and responsibilities: Your main duties within this role will include but not limited to the following;End to end management of small to medium capital projectsAssist in preparing the initial scope of the projectRaise and manage Purchase OrdersPrepare and validate all documentation required for the projectAssist in design(P&Ids), installation and commissioning activitiesAssist in managing sub-contractorsCommunicate effectively with internal and external stakeholdersQualifications and experience: Bachelors degree in Chemical/Mechanical/Process EngineeringMinimum 2 years of experience in pharma/chemical/biotech industry is desirableHigh level communication including presentations and ability to present confidently and accuratelyExcellent project management and interpersonal/communication skills If you feel that you would be suitable for this role click "APPLY NOW" or alternatively email Melissa Tuli on Melissa.tuli@randstad.com.au to discuss the role further. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$230,000 - AU$260,000 per year
        • full-time
        This world renowned rail organisation is currently responsible for delivering a huge scope of work on Sydney Metro. They are responsible for delivering the train, CBTC signalling systems, radio, cctv, central control systems and platform screen door packages on the city and south west sections of Sydney Metro. The city and south west sections run from Chatswood through to the new CBD stations and ultimately terminate at Bankstown.The Testing and Commissioning Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the entire scope of work is tested thoroughly, that all systems integrate effectively and that the project is commissioned on time and to budget. This will be no mean feat given the complex interfaces on this project. They will need to interface with inhouse contractors, the client and also external contractors who will be delivering the stations.The T and C Manager will have a strong technical understanding of driverless signalling systems (ETCS/CBTC etc.) They will understand the technical requirements of all the relevant systems on the project eg: radio, signalling ec.. and how to intregrate them effectively. They will be a strong leader and will be supported by a T and C team who will assist in managing the interfaces but also the testing and commissioning requirements for each package.This highly technical and challenging role offers a competitive remuneration package and is a fantastic opportunity to play a key role in delivering the first Metro to run through central Sydney. 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.
        This world renowned rail organisation is currently responsible for delivering a huge scope of work on Sydney Metro. They are responsible for delivering the train, CBTC signalling systems, radio, cctv, central control systems and platform screen door packages on the city and south west sections of Sydney Metro. The city and south west sections run from Chatswood through to the new CBD stations and ultimately terminate at Bankstown.The Testing and Commissioning Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the entire scope of work is tested thoroughly, that all systems integrate effectively and that the project is commissioned on time and to budget. This will be no mean feat given the complex interfaces on this project. They will need to interface with inhouse contractors, the client and also external contractors who will be delivering the stations.The T and C Manager will have a strong technical understanding of driverless signalling systems (ETCS/CBTC etc.) They will understand the technical requirements of all the relevant systems on the project eg: radio, signalling ec.. and how to intregrate them effectively. They will be a strong leader and will be supported by a T and C team who will assist in managing the interfaces but also the testing and commissioning requirements for each package.This highly technical and challenging role offers a competitive remuneration package and is a fantastic opportunity to play a key role in delivering the first Metro to run through central Sydney. 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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