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July 2024

Current Vacancies - Only Short Listed Applicants will be contacted 

Lodged 12th July  2024

Qualified Carpenters – Full Time – Mordialloc - VIC – $73K - $75K

We are Melbourne’s experts in all things Carpentry and Cladding. With years of experience in the trade, the team understands the intricacies of each project, allowing them to deliver finished results tailored to you and your vision.  With customer service at the forefront of everything we do, we ensure that our clients always have a strong understanding of their project and the timelines involved.  We offer a range of services, all tailored to exceed our customer expectations, whilst ensuring we maintain quality and appropriate standards.  With our rapid growth we are now looking for Carpenters who have a qualification and a minimum of 4 years experience in Carpentry and Installation of fibre cement, aluminium and perforated panels. You must have a passion for the industry, be reliable, hardworking and have a positive work ethic.

You must be able to;

  • study drawings and read plans and specifications to determine materials required, dimensions and installation procedures

  • order and select materials

  • prepare layouts

  • understand formwork materials and tools

  • erect framework

  • construct formwork

  • have a valid White Card

  • work as part of a team to ensure tasks finished safely and on time

  • have a valid working at heights ticket

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 12th July 2024 - Closes 9th August 2024

 

Lodged 12th July  2024

Cook – Bentleigh East – VIC - Full Time - $75K

We opened our doors in March 2024 and ever since Bentleigh East in Melbourne’s Southeast, has had a change in the air for the Melbourne suburban food scene. So much so that despite trading for less than 12 months, we have become a local favourite for mesmerising mediterranean flavours. We operate from 11.30am – 9.30pm Sunday to Thursday and 11:30 am - 10:00 pm Friday - Saturday.  We are looking for someone that will be hands on and part of the team providing high quality, customer service, customer satisfaction, and a consistent product to our customers on all levels. To apply you must have over 3 years as a Cook specialising in mediterranean grill experience.

To apply you must be;

  • Creative and confident cooking style especially grill with an emphasis on quality and presentation

  • Hands on with exceptional time management, communication and organizational skills

  • Able to work under pressure and meet deadlines

  • Setting up workstations with all needed ingredients and cooking equipment

  • Preparing ingredients to use in cooking (chopping and peeling vegetables, cutting meat etc.)

  • Cooking food in various utensils or grillers

  • Able to work closely with management and all team members (FOH and BOH)

  • Comply with nutrition and sanitation regulations and safety standards

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 12th July 2024 - Closes 9th August 2024

 

Lodged 11th July 2024

Management Consultant – Full Time – Derrimut – VIC - $90K

We specialize in providing transport and warehouse solutions, tailored to meet supply chain requirements. Transport services cover container cartage, wharf services, local shuttles and interstate road freight, rail solutions and contract logistics.  Our dedicated team ensures timely, reliable, and secure transport of your goods, employing cutting-edge GPS tracking technology, guaranteeing peace of mind and where excellence in logistics meets unwavering commitment to our clients. We prioritize the safety of our people and our customers; we ensure our customers are happy by making sure every interaction is marked by professionalism and proactivity. We are seeking a Management Consultant with a professional demeanour, exceptional organizational abilities, and a friendly disposition. You will need to have a can-do attitude with outstanding communication, interpersonal, exceptional writing and verbal skills.  To apply for this position, you must have a relevant qualification and at least 3 years work experience as a Management Consultant and be available to start immediately.

Tasks included:

1. Strategic Planning:

Developing a five-year growth plan to expand the studio's footprint in emerging markets

Creating a strategy to leverage digital platforms for content distribution and audience engagement

2. Market Analysis:

Conducting a detailed analysis of box office trends to inform future film project selections

Analyzing competitor releases and marketing strategies to identify opportunities for differentiation

3. Operational Improvement:

Streamlining the production process to reduce time and cost overruns on film projects

Implementing new project management software to improve collaboration between departments

4. Project Management:

Leading the rollout of a new franchise, coordinating between marketing, production, and distribution teams

Managing the studio's transition to a new studio lot, ensuring minimal disruption to ongoing projects

5. Financial Analysis:

Creating detailed financial models to forecast the revenue impact of new film releases

Reviewing and optimizing the studio's budget to allocate resources more effectively

6. Change Management:

Overseeing the implementation of a new content management system, including training staff and managing resistance to change

Leading a restructuring initiative to improve organizational efficiency and reduce overhead costs

7. Talent Management:

Designing and implementing a talent development program to nurture emerging directors and writers

Advising on best practices for contract negotiations with key talent and agents

8. Stakeholder Engagement:

Organizing quarterly meetings with key investors to provide updates on the studio’s performance and future plans

Coordinating with international partners to ensure alignment on global release strategies

9. Risk Management:

Developing a risk management plan for major film productions, including contingency plans for potential delays or issues

Conducting a security audit to protect intellectual property and prevent piracy

10. Performance Metrics:

Establishing a set of KPIs to measure the success of marketing campaigns for new film releases

Monitoring the performance of different distribution channels to optimize revenue streams

 Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 11th July 2024 - Closes 8th August 2024

 

Lodged 5th July 2024

Qualified Civil Engineer – Full Time – Airport West - VIC – $85K - $95K

We are a family owned and operated business, constructing high quality homes and developments at an affordable price. Our experience and attention to detail ensure that all our projects are built to the highest quality.  We are proud of our 35-year history of helping our clients achieve their dreams. We’re seeking a Qualified Civil Engineer to join our team. The Civil Engineer will be responsible for planning, designing, and overseeing the construction and operation of various civil engineering projects, including but not limited to dams, bridges, pipelines, water supply schemes, sewerage systems,

and airports. To apply for this position, you must have the demonstrated level of skill commensurate with a bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years work experience in a similar role and be available to start immediately.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Project Planning and Design:

Develop effective construction methods, materials, and quality standards for projects. Create detailed specifications, drawings, plans, and procedures to meet standards and client expectations.

2. Site Management:

Organize and supervise on-site labor, material, plant, and equipment delivery. Create and maintain programs for coordinating site activities to ensure timely project completion.

3. Geotechnical Analysis:

Collect and analyze soil and rock samples to determine properties affecting structural integrity. Ensure safe soil loading and structural stability.

4. Cost Estimation and Budgeting:

Utilize architectural and engineering documentation to estimate project costs. Develop cost plans and estimates for budgetary control.

5. Design Management:

Stay abreast of design changes, assess cost impacts, and manage variations effectively.

6. Structural Analysis:

Conduct analysis of structural systems under static and dynamic loads to guarantee integrity.

7. Safety and Performance Design:

Design structures to withstand loads without collapse, excessive deflection, or harmful vibrations.

8. Transportation Planning:

Evaluate current and future transportation needs due to demographic shifts and demand changes. Plan and design transportation infrastructure, including highways, railroads, urban transit, and air transportation systems.

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 5th July 2024 - Closes 2nd August 2024

 

Lodged 4th July 2024

Qualified Quantity Surveyor – Full Time – Southbank - VIC – $90K plus superannuation

We were founded in 2020 and now we are a team of globally experienced and highly skilled engineers focused on delivering world-class solutions in Australia. We are here to bridge the gap on projects with a team that is well versed in local and international projects to deliver solution focused innovations, proactive project management and pragmatic delivery of your projects. We strongly believe in harnessing the great international pool of talent that now calls Australia home.  We carefully recruit and mentor quantity surveyors with extensive major works experience to be part of our team.  If you have a genuine passion for the industry, have a reliable character, well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to work in a busy environment, work both independently and as a part of a team this is the job for you.  We are offering $90K plus superannuation

To apply you need to;

  • Have a Civil Engineering (Engineering Degree)

  • Have 5+ years of experience in quantity surveying or cost consulting, preferably in the construction industry

  • Have sound knowledge of construction industry practices, regulations and standards

  • Have proficiency in cost estimation and cost management techniques

  • Have knowledge of service guidelines (National Building Code (NBC), ANSI/ASHRAE for HVAC, and LEED for green buildings)

  • Have familiarity with contract administration and legal aspects of construction projects

  • Experience working with AutoCAD and validating quantities from the given drawings

  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritise tasks effectively

  • Have technical knowledge and experience in Bridge Bearings, Expansion Joints, Seismic Isolation Products, post-tensioned bridge-slab construction and strengthening existing structures

You will be required to;  

  • Understand the client requirements and quantities take off as per marking and RCP drawings.

  • Prepare BOQ (bill of quantities) by studying specification sheets from the sales team.

  • Identify gaps between BOQ and drawings, specifications and conditions of the contract and taking it for a logical closure.

  • Monitor and control costs throughout the project, identifying cost-saving opportunities.

  • Participate in the pre-tendering activities with client, architect and project managers and raising relevant pre-bid queries from the given tender.

  • Prepare the initial quote and contract for the sales team from the company’s side.

  • Coordinate with the design team for analysing architectural and service drawings.

  • Manage the valuation of work done and handle claims and variations.

  • Prepare interim and final valuations, variations and claims of the construction site.

  • Conduct feasibility studies and value engineering exercises.

  • Collaborate with stakeholders to optimise project outcomes and achieve value for money.

  • Complete tasks while providing safe working conditions

  • Coordinate efforts across entire project between architects, designers, engineers, and subcontractors

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 4th July 2024 - Closes 1st August 2024

Lodged 3rd July 2024

Qualified Analyst Programmer – Full Time – Dandenong South - VIC – $70K – $85K

We are one of Australia's largest and most respected power equipment and arborist specialists.  We have 7 Victorian retail stores and mechanical workshops, along with two e-commerce sites.  We specialise in providing our customers with products such as Ride-on Mowers, Lawn Mowers, Chainsaws, Logsplitters, Arbor gear etc.  We also assist our customers with the service and repair of these products.  Our customer base is over 30,000 per year through our retail and online stores along with 130 distributors around Australia.  We are looking for someone who is professional, courteous, has excellent organisational skills and friendly. You will need experience in the arbor and outdoor power equipment industry products, knowledge of UniPOS, have Analyst Programmer experience and able to work on your own and in a team environment.   To apply you must have a bachelor’s in information technology, at least 2 years’ experience and be able to start immediately.

Your key responsibilities will be to;

  • identify technology limitations and deficiencies in existing systems

  • identify associated processes, procedures and methods

  • testing, debugging, diagnosing and correcting errors and faults in an applications

  • work with Shopify Liquid coding, SAP Crystal Reports and VB net

  • writing and maintaining program code to meet system requirements

  • maintaining, updating and correcting company databases

  • design and write code to supplement existing systems

  • providing advice, guidance and expertise in developing proposals and strategies for software design

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 3rd July 2024 - Closes 31st July 2024

 

Lodged 2nd July 2024

Qualified Industrial Engineer – Full Time – Truganina - VIC – $75,000 – $85,000 /year

Established in 1982 specialising in design, manufacturing, and supply, we serve the new home builder, renovations, and retail markets across Australia and it is our mission to be the most trusted and innovative provider of quality lifestyle products. With a dedicated team of over 300 professionals and a focus on operational excellence, we ensure the smooth coordination and management of our diverse businesses. Based in Victoria, our state-of-the-art manufacturing plants maintain rigorous quality control measures, guaranteeing superior craftsmanship in every product. Strategically located offices and warehouses in Queensland, New South Wales, and South Australia enable us to efficiently serve the eastern seaboard and beyond, meeting the demands of our clientele nationwide. We are looking for an experienced and qualified Industrial Engineer to join our team and help us improve the efficiency and quality of our operations in our warehouse and dispatch area. As an Industrial Engineer, you will analyse and optimise the logistics and utilisation of personnel, facilities, equipment and materials, current operational processes and established practices. You will also plan and manage the work schedules of the installers, ensuring that jobs are prepared within lead times and customers' expectations are met. You will report to the production manager and collaborate with the customer service team and the installers.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Evaluate and improve the functions and responsibilities of workers and work units

  • Identify areas of duplication and streamline workflows

  • Implement and monitor work measurement programs and analyse work samples to develop standards for labour utilisation

  • Analyse workforce utilisation, facility layout, operational data and production schedules and costs, to determine optimum worker and equipment efficiencies

  • Design and implement strategies for the dispatch process to reduce time and costs

  • Design and implement improvements to the company’s reverse logistics process to ensure efficient reception and redispatches

  • Design and implement improvements to the dispatch process studying the flow of finished product from the production area to the dispatch area

  • Organise and manage project labour and the delivery of materials, plant and equipment

  • Establish and enforce standards and policies for installation, modification, quality control, testing, inspection and maintenance according to engineering principles and safety regulations

  • Conduct inspections to ensure optimum performance is maintained

  • Direct and coordinate the maintenance and the requirements for new designs, surveys and maintenance schedules

  • Supervise and ensure the quantity and quality of the finished product during local dispatches

  • Supervise and update the movement of the finished product within the facilities and the system when required

  • Supervise and ensure the safety of the installers within the facilities

  • Supervise and maximise the use of the equipment in the dispatch area to obtain its best possible performance

  • Supervise and report the status of the dispatch area resources and notify maintenance department when necessary

  • Organise and document local and interstate deliveries

  • Organise and review inventory and paperwork, anticipate delivery requirements and plan projects accordingly

  • Act as a liaison between factory managers, production manager, installers, and the customer service team

  • Perform general administration duties

Skills and qualifications

  • A bachelor’s degree in either industrial, mechanical or chemical engineering.

  • Knowledge and application of lean manufacturing principles.

  • Knowledge and application of continuous improvement methodologies.

  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, deadline driven, service-oriented environment.

  • High attention to detail and accuracy.

  • The ability to read and interpret plans and drawings.

  • Strong initiative and problem-solving abilities / Able to trouble-shoot issues without supervision.

  • Good computer-based skills. Knowledge of Priority software a plus.

  • 2+ years of experience in manufacturing environment.

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 2nd July 2024 - Closes 30th July 2024

 

Lodged 1st July 2024

Qualified Chef – Full Time - Northcote – VIC - $70K to $75K

We are known for our specialty, house-roasted coffee, as well as light meals and sweet treats. We offer a variety of food and beverage options, including Mediterranean and Australian cuisine. Our venue includes seating, table service, and the option to make reservations. In terms of the menu, we offer a range of scrumptious meals and delicate pastries and treats for breakfast lunch and dinner as well as catering and events menus 7 days a week. Our customers can choose from a variety of coffee-based drinks, including lattes, cappuccinos, and flat whites. We offer a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, and our mission is that every customer walks out happier than when they walked in. We are looking for someone to join our happy and friendly team. 

You must be able to;

  • Prepare all dishes (Mediterranean cuisine) to our high standard consistently

  • Controlling and directing food preparation process and any other kitchen related duties

  • Monitor and record of inventory and if necessary, order supplies

  • Ensure OH&S and food hygiene requirements are met

  • Work unsupervised and in a team while maintaining a secure and friendly working environment

  • Assist in overseeing kitchen operations, ordering and stock control

To apply for this position, you must have;

  • Advanced understanding and appreciation of all aspects of food and its service

  • 2 + years of proven kitchen experience in a fast paced, high­ volume environment

  • Qualifications in commercial cookery - Cert IV or higher

  • Flexible availability

  • Strong leadership, motivational and people skills

  • Effective communication skills

  • Overall knowledge of operations, ordering, stock control and working to budgets

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 1st July 2024 - Closes 29th July 2024

 

Lodged 28th June 2024

Migration Agent/Lawyer / Work from home / Full-Time / Part time / Contract

**About Us**

We have been a leading provider of immigration services for over 13 years now and are dedicated to helping individuals and families. Our team of experienced professionals are committed to delivering personalised solutions and exceptional service to our clients by navigating them through the complexities of migration.  We are now seeking a highly motivated and experienced Migration Agent or Lawyer to join our team. The successful candidate will provide expert advice and support to clients on a wide range of immigration matters, including visa applications, citizenship, and compliance issues. Our success rate is 90% and the business located in NSW.

 **Key Responsibilities**

- Provide expert advice on immigration laws and policies

- Prepare and lodge visa applications and appeals

- Represent clients in dealings with immigration authorities

- Conduct client consultations to assess eligibility and develop migration strategies

- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of changes in immigration legislation and policy

- Manage a caseload and ensure timely and accurate processing of applications

- Communicate effectively with clients, colleagues, and immigration authorities

- Provide training and mentorship to junior staff/ admin staff as needed

 **Requirements**

- Registered Migration Agent with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA) or a

   qualified Lawyer with a focus on immigration law

- Minimum of 1 year of experience registered and in a migration environment for several years

- Strong knowledge of Australian immigration laws and regulations

- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

- High level of attention to detail and strong organisational skills

- Ability to work independently and as part of a team

- Proficiency in using migration management software and Microsoft Office Suite

- Second language proficiency is an advantage but not essential

 **What We Offer**

- Competitive salary and benefits package depending on experience

- Opportunities for professional development and career advancement

- A supportive and collaborative work environment

- The chance to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families

 **How to Apply**

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and a cover letter outlining their relevant experience and qualifications as soon as possible.  The company is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 28th June 2024

Panel Beater – Full Time – Laverton North - VIC - $73K - $75K

We are a proud family run and owned business. We started in the car repair business, amassing 6 repair shops over 35 years throughout the metropolitan area in Victoria.  We expanded into truck and trailer repairs in 1990, and with dedication and foresight, we have grown into the successful business we see today.  Our Towing and Salvage arm of the business was also a well-known family run company that operated since 1954 in West Melbourne and then Footscray.  We acquired the business in 1995 to complement our flourishing truck and trailer repair business.  Our team are specialists with a commitment to continual training, retaining and recruiting quality staff, and motivating a highly skilled team of panel beaters and support staff.  We are looking for a panel beater that have between 5- and 7-years’ experience to join our team.

You must be able to;

  • Assessing the extent of motor vehicle repairs, restoration, or customization requests

  • Managing customer expectations

  • Preparing repair or modification cost estimates and finalizing agreements

  • Planning, organizing, and scheduling the workflow

  • Regularly updating customers on the progress of their repairs

  • Restoring damaged vehicles to their original condition by removing dents, mending parts, removing rust, repairing scratches, and spray-painting panels

  • Accommodating customization requests

  • Ensuring compliance to industry specifications and safety standards

  • Operating recovery vehicles

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 28/06/2024 - Closes 26/07/2024

 

Lodged 24th June 2024

Mechanical Fitters / Service Technicians – Carrum Downs – VIC – Full Time - $75K – $85K

We are a niche Australian manufacturer and service provider of energy-efficient, cost-effective entrance solutions. From insulated high-speed doors and dock levellers to loading dock shelters and accessories, we offer end-to-end solutions relating to warehousing, cold storage, pharmaceutical and food & beverage facilities to companies and individual clients. We take pride in the precise engineering, durability and reliability of our products.  We are seeking trade qualified Mechanical Fitters and Service Technicians to join our team. To apply you will need a trade qualification, a minimum two years’ experience in a role as a service/maintenance technician (electrical/mechanical), the ability to work at heights, have a focused approach to your work and possess good fault-finding skills. This role requires strong mechanical aptitude, capability to work well under pressure, the ability to work well independently, and as part of a team and if you have experience working with industrial doors and dock levellers it will be well regarded. We are offering $75K – $85K

 You will be required to;

•              Install, service, repair and maintain the industrial door products and other associated equipment

•              Complete service tasks to a high standard

•              Trouble shoot electro-mechanical faults and provide solutions

•              Source parts, accessories, and components

•              Work together with site supervisors to complete repairs or installs

•              Maintain a clean and tidy workplace

•              Have a high level of attention to detail

•              Maintain good organisational and time management skills

•              Provide excellent communication skills and be able to liaise with our customers

•              Adhere to all health & safety operations

•              Work flexibly if required (after hours including weekends)

•              Be personable, able to take directions well and willing to learn

•              Have the ability to think on your feet

 Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 24/06/2024 - Closes 24/07/2024

 

Lodged 24th June 2024

Panel Beaters – Full Time – Brunswick West - VIC - $73K - $75K

We are a vehicle accident repair company that takes pride in smash repair work on prestige and fleet vehicles, we make sure every aspect of vehicle repair work is monitored with final inspections carried out by the management.  We have positioned ourselves as one of the top motor body repair shops in the field by combining top-quality panel beaters with outstanding support services, including a 24/7 towing service.  Our aim is to lead the way in emergency response for corporate and fleet vehicle repair service requirements while simultaneously having the capacity to service every individual client requiring quality vehicle repairs.  Our management and support team are specialists with a commitment to continual training, retaining and recruiting quality staff, and motivating a highly skilled team of panel beaters and support staff.  We are looking for 2 Panel beaters that have between 5 and 7 years’ experience to join our team.

You must be able to;

  • Assessing the extent of motor vehicle repairs, restoration, or customization requests

  • Managing customer expectations

  • Preparing repair or modification cost estimates and finalizing agreements

  • Planning, organizing, and scheduling the workflow

  • Regularly updating customers on the progress of their repairs

  • Restoring damaged vehicles to their original condition by removing dents, mending parts, removing rust, repairing scratches, and spray-painting panels

  • Accommodating customization requests

  • Ensuring compliance to industry specifications and safety standards

  • Operating recovery vehicles

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 24/06/2024 - Closes 22/07/2024

 

Lodged 24th June 2024

Disability Services Officer – Full Time – Collingwood - VIC – $71K – $80K

We are an organisation focused on the needs of clients and their family members. We provide disability services and support under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), as well as disability, injury, mental health condition and clients in aged care services.  We empower our clients by affording them control over their lives, encouragement to make their own decisions and enable them to live their lives their way.  We have a high standard of services to improve our clients’ quality of life and continually strive to consistently provide the best support and care for our clients around the clock and in any situation. Our well-qualified and friendly staff look forward to assisting our clients to achieve their life goals, improving both their and their family’s mental health. If you have a genuine desire to provide the best quality support for people with disability, have a reliable character, well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to work in a busy environment, work both independently and as a part of a team this is the job for you.  To apply you need to demonstrate knowledge, skills, attitudes with minimum three years’ experience in disability support services. 

You will be required to;

  • Plan, manage, evaluate and provide guidance to a team of support officers

  • Assess clients' needs and plan, develop and implement educational, training and support programs

  • Manage allocated resources and provide input to budget planning and estimates

  • Communicate, liaise and negotiate with consumers, families, staff, community and other agencies

  • Prepare and evaluate rosters and provide advice on staffing matters

  • Review the development of individual consumer plans, programs and services, analyse consumer records and provide advice to senior management

  • Refer clients to agencies that can provide additional help

  • Participate in development, implementation and evaluation of policies, procedures and guidelines

  • Work in accordance with the medication administration policy and work, health and safety procedures as required

  • Understand privacy and confidentiality issues

  • Have a valid Driver’s License

  • Have a cleared Working with Children Check and National Criminal Record Clearance

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 24th June 2024 - Closes 22nd July 2024

 

Lodged 26th June 2024

Qualified Chef – Full Time - Fitzroy North – VIC - $70K to $80K

We are looking for a Chef to work in our welcoming café in Fitzroy North.  Since we opened in the early nineties the cafe has been keeping with the times, shaking off its original fifties feel for a more seventies bohemian fit-out, yet maintaining the same relaxed character it has always had. With its retro chandeliers and soft chairs offering the kind of comfort that newer froufrou cafes can only dream of. The regulars, who "go way back", can still be found getting their coffee from the spacious neighbourhood cafe as they have for years.  We are looking for someone to join our happy and friendly team.  To apply for this position, you must have a Certificate IV in Kitchen Management and at least three years as a Chef and be available to start immediately.

 You must be able to;

  • Manage a busy kitchen and staff

  • Pre-cooking & heating sauces for dishes

  • Cooking, garnishing & serving dishes on menu

  • Create menus and pricing

  • Considering special dietary requirement to meet special customer’s requirements

  • Cook and plate food with good presentation

  • Keep the kitchen clean and maintained

  • Ensuring correct food storage

  • Stock-taking and inventory ordering

  • Roster and train staff

  • Follow food safety requirements

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 24th June 2024 - Closes 22nd July 2024

Lodged 12th June 2024

Qualified Chef – Malvern East – VIC - Full Time - $70K to $80K

We are looking for a Chef to work in our Nepalese Restaurant in Malvern East.  With over 18 years of industry experience, including 7 years of delighting millions of Australians with scrumptious Nepalese cuisine; there is one thing we know for sure… Whether or not you’ve tried Nepalese cuisine before, our vow to authenticity and commitment to excellent service is sure to deliver a memorable and vibrant Nepalese culinary experience; one that you’ll want to keep coming back for more! Our Nepalese cuisine is simple, yet flavoursome, fresh, exotic, healthy and delicious. The décor is inviting, modern & sophisticated and the service warm and friendly. We are looking for someone to join our happy and friendly team.  To apply for this position, you must have a Diploma in Hospitality, experience in Nepalese hospitality as a Chef for at least five years and be available to start immediately.

 You must be able to;

  • Manage a busy kitchen and staff

  • Create menus and pricing

  • Cook and plate food with good presentation

  • Keep the kitchen clean and maintained

  • Order and monitor stock and supplies

  • Roster and train staff

  • Follow food safety requirements

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Lodged 12th June 2024 - Closes 10th July 2024

 

Lodged 11th June 2024

Disability Services Officer – Accommodation Coordinator – Full Time – Prahran - VIC – $70K to $80K

We are a NDIS Support Service providing many Capacity Building, Accommodation and Core services. Some of these are structured, supportive services for Direct Support, Community Access, Social Inclusion, Independent Living and Peer Support. Our services are developed for everyone including people with autism, intellectual, psychosocial, and other disabilities, who have NDIS packages. Our team and board members come from diverse backgrounds with many having connections to disability through their own experiences or through family and friends. With over 30 years of combined experience working in Care and Disability industries our team takes pride in sharing their knowledge and expertise with a personalised touch.  We have an enthusiastic team of skilled Support Coordinators and Support Workers working in collaboration with our Community Inclusion Managers who provide services in a safe and trusting environment. Our services are fun, creative, immersive and are all designed to create Independence, connect with others, care about self and others.

The Accommodation Coordinator plays a pivotal role in the overall management of our Supported Accommodation Services (STA, MTA, and SIL) by collaborating with the Service Delivery Team. This includes the coordination and retention of Participants, finding new accommodation for NDIS Participants, and building relationships with key stakeholders. The role extends to supporting Participants, their families, and carers in navigating services and policies, while actively nurturing a network within the disability and community care sector. Attendance at expos, forums, and networking events, in collaboration with the Operations Manager, is crucial for promoting our SIL services. Additionally, the Accommodation Coordinator ensures the maintenance of operational administrative systems to uphold the highest standards of service delivery across all areas.

Areas of responsibility but not limited to;

  • overall management of our supported accommodation services (STA, MTA & SIL) in collaboration with service delivery team

  • ongoing coordination and retention of STA, MTA & SIL participants to call home

  • finding new supported accommodation homes/properties for NDIS participants

  • maintain and build relationships with existing participants and key referrers such as support coordinators, plan managers, allied health professionals and the like

  • supporting participants, their families and carers to understand and access the business' services and policies

  • nurturing a network of connections across the disability and community care sector

  • attendance at expos, forums, open days and networking events to actively promote our SIL services in collaboration with business development manager

  • maintain operational administrative systems, procedures and processes to support effective management of all areas of service delivery

To apply for this position, you must be able to demonstrate knowledge, skills, attitudes with minimum three years’ experience related to disability support services, a genuine desire to provide the best quality support for people with disability, reliable character, well-developed communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work and communicate effectively with clients, their families, community agencies and other professionals. The ability to work in a busy environment, ability to work both independently and as a part of a team, an understanding of privacy and confidentiality issues. You will also need a valid driver’s license and a cleared working with children check and national criminal record clearance.

Please provide Resume and Qualifications if you are interested. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Lodged 11th June 2024 - Closes 9th July 2024

 

 
















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