The Comfort Inn Grammar View is a Corporate Motel, having serviced the region for over ten years. We are looking for a an experienced Cook or Chef to work within a small team in the Vista Restaurant. Shifts required are Breakfast and Dinners 6 days per week. Hours can be flexible if required. Up to 35 hours per week. Experience Essential. Immediate start. Award Casual wages.
My client is a nation leading rural and regional medical imaging practice. Currently we are seeking a dual Radiographer/Sonographer to join on a permanent full time basis in a friendly and desirable Queensland country town. Flexible start date available in 2019.
Benefits of this position:
Utilise leading technology in both a private practice and hospital setting.
Up to $85/hr offered + Additional benefits
Diverse caseload in a busy environment
work in a friendly rural Queensland community and with excellent Radiologists and doctors.
The ongoing development of your CPD with financial support for study/conferences and travel.
Work for one of the best reputed Imaging providers who specialise in rural/regional Radiological services.
ASX100 – global manufacturer & marketer of commercial explosives, fertilisers and industrial explosives
Great company culture and heritage
Helidon based - Ideal Work/Life Balance
Working at Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL) provides the opportunity to progress your career with an industry leader in both the agriculture and mining industries. IPL is an ASX 100 global diversified industrial chemicals company that manufactures and distributes industrial explosives, industrial chemicals and fertilisers.
Dyno Nobel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Incitec Pivot Limited, is a global leader in the commercial explosives industry. We provide blasting solutions and quality explosives products throughout North America and Australia, as well as selected customers predominately within the Asia Pacific region. Due to continued results and world leading innovation, customers in the mining, quarry, construction, pipeline and geophysical exploration industries choose Dyno Nobel.
About the Opportunity
Our Helidon Plant is situated approx. 20 minutes from Toowoomba and is responsible for the production of our initiation systems for our entire Asia Pacific operations. An opportunity has become available for a Team Leader to join the team. This role will be on the afternoon shift from 3:00 PM – 11:00 PM and will see you inspire, motivate and lead a dynamic team, utilising the business systems to accomplish professional goals.
Other key responsibilities include:
Ensure compliance with applicable Company HSE Performance Standards, as well as applicable acts and regulations
Deliver measurable business improvement outcomes that assist in delivery of the site strategy and business plan
Operate various pieces of equipment in a safe and efficient manner to produce a variety of quality explosive products.
To be successful in this role we are looking for someone that can help drive continuous improvement through the successful implementation of BEx (Lean Manufacturing) principles as well as:
Strong leadership, interpersonal and communicative skills
A flexible approach and ability to prioritise tasks effectively
Proven coaching and mentoring skills with the ability to performance manage where required
Competent use of the MS Office Suite. Exposure to SAP is desirable but not essential
Benefits to you
We are a team based on trust, collaboration and respect
An above market attractive salary package is offered
This is your opportunity to be part of a growing organisation where you can have an impact on the change and future vision.
Please click on apply and we will be in contact with you within 5 working days with an update.
A little more about us
At the heart of Incitec Pivot and Dyno Nobel’s culture is business excellence and we seek like-minded individuals who treat the business as their own and who strive to challenge and improve the status quo, focusing on improving productivity whilst maintaining zero harm for everyone, everywhere.
The culture of safety is paramount and you will play an integral part in promoting Health Safety & Environment (HSE) procedures to ensure Zero Harm at all times. You will also be familiar with modern safety practices as well as have the ability to pass a pre-employment medical assessment (including a drug and alcohol screen).
We support diversity in the workplace; women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people with a multicultural background are strongly encouraged to apply.
Dyno Nobel and Incitec Pivot Limited is a proud member of the Diversity Council of Australia and Male Champions of Change, and holds a State Chair position on the National Association of Women in Operations.
Exciting new Pharmacist Manager opportunity in the garden city of Toowoomba - 125 kms west of Brisbane and only 2 hours from the Gold Coast.
Toowoomba is the second largest inland city (next to Canberra) in Australia and boasts a number of highly regarded schools. This is a location that has all the infrastructure of a city, but with the friendly, country feel coming from the locals who love living here.
Pharmacist Manager to oversee the operations in this newly opened community pharmacy.
You will be working with Dispensary Technicians and a front of shop team who will all be on the same page in wanting to deliver stand-out customer service.
Fred dispense for light script trade.
It will be a full-time roster which will either include every Saturday or you may have a preference to work alternate weekends fully giving you a full weekend off each fortnight.
*Current Pharmacist registration with AHPRA
* Experience in managing a community pharmacy team is essential
* Proven ability to build rapport with customers
Salary & Benefits
$42/hr plus super
How to Apply
Submit your interest online, or if you are registered with us contact Debbie directly for a confidential discussion on 1800 429 829 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting job ref: 200031829
Casual Container Refund & Recycling Facility workers x 4
Ideally lives in Cherbourg
have open availability
attention to detail
exceptional customer service
reliable & keen and motivated to join team
Experience in similar physically demanding, fast paced role would be an advantage
HR drivers licence, Forklift or Front end loader ticket highly desirable
Applications Close COB 16/1/2019
Our client is a major multi franchise Truck dealer located in the Darling Downs region of South East Qld. With an investment injection and some exciting changes coming, now is the time to join this exciting business.
You can expect a stable and financially rewarding position with this privately owned company. There is a great team environment and an opportunity to really cement your place as a major player in the Heavy Vehicle industry in SEQ.
About the role
Due to upcoming changes within the business, we are currently looking to speak with experienced Service Managers with dealership workshop experience to lead our client's strong performing Truck workshop, located in regional South East Qld.
The ideal candidate will be results driven, who is keen to show what they can do and run the workshop as if it's their own. Previous Management experience in a large department is highly desired.
You will be joining a team and support network that will assist you in achieving your goals.
Ideally you will have:
Proven experience in a similar role, running a workshop
Strong mechanical knowledge of Trucks, Agricultural and/or Industrial equipment
Experience mentoring, leading and helping teams to meet KPIs
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Devotion to customer satisfaction and service requirements
Strong computer literacy skills with exposure to industry leading Dealer Management Systems
An excellent remuneration package, comprising of a healthy retainer and bonus system will be offered to the successful candidate. A company vehicle will also be supplied.
Teamrecruit is one of Australia's largest and longest running heavy vehicle and equipment recruitment consultancies, servicing clients and candidates for nearly 10 years. With more than 2,000 Truck, Earthmoving and Agricultural clients spread across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific, we have the widest range of employment opportunities available. We are ideally located to service clients and candidates looking for either regional or metropolitan employment vacancies or opportunities. For a confidential discussion, please contact Rowan Coe on 0448 026 681 quoting reference 793629. Resumes can be forwarded by email to email@example.com
Yard person is required for immediate start for local business in St George QLD. Duties will include car detailing of new and used vehicles, fitting accessories, maintaining premises and grounds and any other work related duties as allocated. Ideally the employer is seeking the successful applicant to have Toyota and mechanical experience would be highly advantageous. Essential to have current drivers licence and own transport. Trial period applies. Hours of work are from 8.24am to 5pm
If you are a Registered Nurse ready to make a difference to those you care for, then we'd love to hear from you!
Southern Cross Care QLD is a not-for-profit provider of quality aged care, disability care and independent living in South East Queensland. We are looking for experienced nurses who are able to provide the highest standard in person centred care, sharing your knowledge of best practice in monitoring and assisting in the care of our residents.
You will embody our values to meet our mission to support people in their choice of health, wellbeing and lifestyle, and our vision to value and respect human life.
We are currently recruiting Registered Nurses for our Chinchilla Residential aged care facility.
We can offer you:
A Full-time opportunity available and a variety of shifts across a 14 day roster
The opportunity for professional development through on-the-job training and mentoring from highly skilled clinician leaders
Salary packaging options to increase your take home pay
More about you:
You will be a Qualified Registered Nurse with a current AHPRA Registration
You will ideally have experience in Aged Care and a knowledge of chronic conditions, palliative and dementia care
You will have a strong clinical focus with the ability to provide a high level of holistic support that best suits the individual.
You will work well within a team environment
Computer skills or the aptitude and willingness to learn computer skills are essential for maintaining clinical records.
Current Police check or willing to undergo a police check
Please note that all employment offers will be conditional upon a satisfactory criminal history check and the right to work in Australia.
As the market leaders within the Oil & Gas sector, Harness Energy requires a self-motivated, driven and autonomous Account Manager / BDM to join the existing Brisbane team to drive and establish new leads and clientele. With a driven record of networking and leadership, the new Account Manager / BDM will be required to diversify and set a new standard within the existing portfolio and ascertain new innovative ideas, industry and market ideas to drive Harness into new spaces.
As the Account Manager, responsibilities will be amalgamated on the capacity of also driving new business, creating new portfolios within Oil & Gas, also driving campaigns to other industries. Harness diversity product will see the new Manager branch out into Construction, Mining, Logistics to name a few. Strong labour background is imperative within the role, and a strong understanding of this industry is a requirement.
With Labour Supply and Training part of Harness products, Account Managers will have strong written knowledge, to draft, present and tender out Labour Supply Contracts and Supply Agreements. Working closely with the Marketing Consultant to drive these campaigns, your responsibilities will include but not limited to acquiring new business, generating leads, servicing these leads and service with existing and new clients.
Job tasks and responsibilities This rapid growth, together with a well established and respected value proposition, requires a driven and self-motivated Account Manager to meet demand and increase our ever-developing portfolio and client base. With the support of the wider team you will be able to use and develop innovative sales strategies to generate maximum revenue as well as increase our customer database. Primarily you will be making inroads into new business through using face-to-face strategies. Selection Criteria:
Understanding of the Learning & Development needs of heavy industry
Understanding of the Personnel supply market
Demonstrable experience in winning business as well as growing a successful pipeline
Proven B2B Experience
Must have experience selling to Training, Labour Supply and similar services
Ability to build and maintain trusted relationships through understanding client's needs and then providing a solution
Skills and experience To be considered for this role:
You must be self motivated and target driven;
You must be commission focused and hungry for sales;
You will have exceptional customer service skills and ability to deliver on what you sell; and
You will be a hunter and go getter
Job benefits and perks
Supportive Sales team;
Continuous learning and training;
Career progression; and
Develop your own strategies to give you the best chance of success
Australian / New Zealand / Permanent Resident Status will only be selected and reviewed. Overseas applications need not apply.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, please contact on 0449 593 975
Dalby is located about 200km west of Brisbane and has a population of approx. 12,000 people. The University of Queensland operates a 5-chair dental clinic in Dalby in partnership with Goondir Health Services.
The primary purpose of the position is to contribute to the clinical education of undergraduate students in the School of Dentistry through supervision of students in our rural dental clinics in Dalby and/or St George. This role also has a Team Leader function and has responsibility for the oversight of clinic support staff. The position also contributes to other key activities of the School including provision of oral health services.
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Provide oversight, direction and guidance for clinic staff. • Provide a consultative and advanced level of dental care for patients of the School of Dentistry. • Provide effective assessment of patients and referral to appropriate student clinics for new patients as well as effective management of emergency patients. • Provide effective supervision, guidance and management of students through supervision and oversight of clinical work. • Maintain up to date knowledge across the specific clinical team and operations this position is responsible for. • Contribute to guidelines and processes to enhance efficiency and quality of students’ practical experience and patient’s treatment experience. • Work with the Placement Coordinator to ensure clinical practice of students and staff is consistent with course requirements and School Policies. • Work with the Course Coordinators on the strategy for clinical teaching within the clinical team’s area of practice. • Follow defined service quality standards, workplace health and safety policies and procedures relating to the work being undertaken in order to ensure high quality, safe services and workplaces. • Implement and monitor the organisation’s quality standards, workplace health and safety policies, procedures and programs and provide clinical governance in the relevant work area. • Ensure all risks and incidents are reviewed and assist with the implementation of appropriate solutions in conjunction with the workplace health and safety officer. Ensure the clinical activities comply with relevant legislation, University and School policies and procedures. • Perform a range of administrative functions in relation to student feedback for clinical work in consultation with the Placement Coordinator. • Undertake other tasks in support of clinical operations and development in non-clinical periods.
• A degree in Dentistry with extensive experience. • Full registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA) as a general dentist. • Demonstrated high level of clinical competence in the provision of general dental services and complex oral health problems. • Two years recent general dental practice experience, or in the case of a specialist, two years recent specialist practice. • Experience or ability to work collaboratively within an education or training environment. • High level interpersonal, communication and leadership skills. • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and flexibly with colleagues. • Ability to exercise judgment and work independently within a given policy framework, applying innovative solutions within legislative boundaries. • Exemplary standards of personal integrity and the ability to exercise tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive matters when dealing with students and patients. • Excellent organisational, time and workload management skills with a demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks, work under pressure and prioritise effectively to meet deadlines and required outcomes. • Ability to work as part of a professional team contributing to the collegiate goals and organisation of the School. • Demonstrated experience in leading and managing the functions of a dental service support team, including performance management and conflict resolution to ensure a culture of high performance, customer service, teamwork and innovation.
You would be required to supervise Monday – Thursday.
There are no afterhours requirements.
Accommodation will be provided.
If you wish to apply or wanting to know more about the position,
Looking for a Full Time OR Part Time VR GP (Non DWS)
In the heart of the Darling Downs and just a short commute to Brisbane, Toowoomba is the perfect combination of rural and metro living. With beautiful parks and gardens, plenty of shopping destinations and an abundance of community activities to get involved with there is something for everyone.
We are a small practice located in one of Toowoomba's busy shopping centres. For your convenience we have allied health, pathology and a range of excellent clinical and non-clinical support staff on site. Our patient base is growing very quickly so it is time for us to grow with it.
Roma is located in south west Queensland approximately 480km west of the state capital of Brisbane. Covering an area of 58,830sq km and home for approximately 13,000 people, the region maintains a proud and productive rural industry which in more recent years has been complimented with industrial expansion in the energy and tourism sectors.
Roma offers both private and public schooling and boasts a wide range of recreational facilities including; gym, tennis and squash courts, public swimming pool, speedway and horse racing track, cinema, winery, bowls, golf and clay pigeon shooting club.
The town is a great town to raise children and offers a wide range of activities including sports, dance, and music
A busy general practice looking for an enthusiastic full-time doctor to join their team. They are fully accredited and computerised and have a mixture of bulk billing and private billing. Great team environment with nurse support. The practice currently has 5 doctors. Attractive package available.
The Medical Centre has been established since 2000. The patients are a mixture of age that requires a wide range of patient care. Our practice hours are from 8-5 Monday and Friday and you are required on average to work 1 Saturday morning a month on the week end that you are on call.
Serve as an Engineering Consultant and Monitor Project Quality and Completeness
Work with a Professional, Experienced Team on a range of Projects
A long-standing civil and structural Engineering firm is seeking an experienced Civil Engineer to join the team at their Toowoomba office. They service a wide range of areas, including South-West, Western and Central Queensland. In this role, the prospective Engineer would serve as project manager and consultant to many public and private enterprise clients, liaise with subcontractors and external parties, assist with the design of buildings and structures, planning and design of civil projects including stormwater drainage, roads, streets and utility infrastructure. The successful candidate will be a high level verbal communicator who can build rapport with key clients as well as being a problem solver. Some of the benefits of the role will include:
Enjoying rewarding work within a close-knit, local team;
Consulting with high-calibre and professional clients;
Being hands-on with the design and calculations of civil works;
Being a part of a horizontally structured (no middle management) firm;
Working autonomously – work on work that is your responsibility, without excessive input;
Bringing your innovation and expertise to the firm; help them facilitate efficiency; and
Building and growing the business in Regional Queensland.
The successful candidate will possess several skills and qualifications. Five plus years’ experience in a similar capacity is required, along with a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. RPEQ is highly desirable but not essential. Exceptional leadership and liaison skills are also required, to assist in dealings with subcontractors, clients, consultants and other external parties.
To be considered, the successful applicant will possess understanding of civil planning and design practices, and the theory behind it (e.g. road systems, hydraulics, hydrology for stormwater design etc). Knowledge of structural design requirements applicable to residential, commercial, and industrial buildings is also required. This includes knowledge surrounding bracing, footings, structural connections, energy, and water and sewerage. Finally, you will have a profound understanding of the processes surrounding development/building approvals, and knowledge of necessary inspections, surveys, and certifications required for approval.
This role would be ideal for someone who wishes to work for a company that fosters grassroots relationships with their clients, values professional and lasting work and who also wishes to perform their role without being “over managed”.
If this role is of interest, please submit an application by clicking “Apply”. For all enquiries, please contact Jamie Smith or Lachlan Kraak on 07 4659 7400 quoting reference number 2684113.
Australia and New Zealand Banking - Tablelands, QLD
Hospitality, Travel & Tourism Source: uWorkin
Be part of the team that offers specialist skills and with an intimate knowledge of our customers' needs
Find financial solutions that add value and help customers grow business opportunities
Highly collaborative role that require close working relationship with customers and product specialists
About The Role Role Location: Summer Street, Orange NSW Role Type: Permanent, Full-time Your role as an Assistant Manager is an integral part of our business service proposition. You will assist the Relationship Manager to develop sustained business growth whilst maintaining sound risk management to ensure that a quality portfolio is maintained. To maximise returns to the group, the position will require a close working relationship with our product specialists. You will participate in and manage aspects of the sales and on-boarding processes and credit approval activities whilst maintaining appropriate credit quality standards. You will also communicate with clients within Commercial team responding to their queries on a regular basis. About You To be successful in this role, you will ideally bring the following:
Tertiary qualification or current studies in a financial/business related field
Strong problem solving and analytical skills
Understanding of credit/financial analysis fundamentals
Solid credit analysis skills, and passion for a career path in sales
Drive product cross-sell agenda to new and existing clients by working closely with product partner
Lifting customer satisfaction by contributing in customer meetings and gaining a clear understanding of their needs
About ANZ At ANZ, everything we do boils down to ‘why’ – our purpose – to shape a world where people and communities thrive. We're just as focused on seeing our people thrive as well as our customers. We'll give you every opportunity to develop your career. We are responding faster to changing customer requirements, focusing on the things that matter the most, energising our people, eliminating waste and reducing bureaucracy. A happy workplace is a thriving one. So in order to attract and keep the best talent, and say thanks for the hard work, we make sure all our employees are rewarded. ANZ recognises the value of an inclusive and diverse work environment. We take pride in the diversity of our people and encourage applications from diverse candidates. Our recruitment decisions are based on the key inherent needs and requirements of each role, and candidates are selected based on their unique strengths and characteristics. We work flexibly at ANZ. Talk tao us and let us know how this role can be flexible for you. To find out more about working at ANZ or to view other opportunities visit You may apply for this role by visiting ANZ Careers and search for reference number AUS092084.
Australia and New Zealand Banking - Tablelands, QLD
Banking & Finance Source: uWorkin
Do you enjoy identifying customer solutions to help them achieve their needs?
Be part of an organisation with many different career opportunities to explore
An exciting full-time opportunity in Orange, NSW
About The Role Role Location: 210 Summer St, Orange NSW 2800 Role Type: Permanent – Full-time As a Personal Banker, your role is to provide our customers with a seamless branch experience by meeting each customer’s end-to-end banking needs across transaction activities, needs-based conversations and educating them on digital solutions. You will be part of a collaborative team and will act as a role model and peer coach to deliver the best possible customer experience. You will be passionate about delivering on our Customer Promises to ensure customers leave the branch as strong advocates for ANZ. About You To be successful in this role, you will ideally bring the following: Role models a strong customer focus, preferably with retail experience Ability to multi-task, highly adaptable to change and ambiguity Proactive, shows initiative Active user and promoter of technology Enjoys working in a collaborative team environment About ANZ At ANZ, everything we do boils down to ‘why’ – our purpose – to shape a world where people and communities thrive. We're just as focused on seeing our people thrive as well as our customers. We'll give you every opportunity to develop your career. We are responding faster to changing customer requirements, focusing on the things that matter the most, energising our people, eliminating waste and reducing bureaucracy. A happy workplace is a thriving one. So in order to attract and keep the best talent, and say thanks for the hard work, we make sure all our employees are rewarded. ANZ recognises the value of an inclusive and diverse work environment. We take pride in the diversity of our people and encourage applications from diverse candidates. Our recruitment decisions are based on the key inherent needs and requirements of each role, and candidates are selected based on their unique strengths and characteristics. We work flexibly at ANZ. Talk to us and let us know how this role can be flexible for you. Note: After your initial application you may be asked to complete an online assessment, this invite will be sent to you via email from our assessment partner SHL. Please action this request as early as possible, this will enable us to manage your application and provide you with an update in a timely manner. To find out more about working at ANZ or to view other opportunities visit You may apply for this role by visiting ANZ Careers and search for reference number (AUS092923). #GD6.2
Career pathway into leadership roles - locally, nationally and globally
HHP Mining, Heavy On-Highway, Power Generation and Industrial.
Are you an experience Diesel Mechanic / Diesel Fitter looking for variety across HHP diesel engines? Focus on mining and heavy automotive with some agriculture and power gen. About the Role Reporting to the Field Service Manager these dynamic field service roles will see you based at of our close-knit Toowoomba branch as a part of our wider field service and workshop team. You be a part of our high performing operation servicing customers across mining, heavy automotive, agriculture and power generation product applications. What’s in it for you
World class training and development
The opportunity for interstate and overseas transfers
A competitive rate with overtime paid at penalty rates
All the benefits of a permanent role – public holidays, sick leave, annual leave etc
A Monday to Friday role with some after hours and on call / weekend work required – no more night swing or rostered weekends!
Tooling and on call allowances
Allocated tool of trade vehicle
Safety equipment and PPE provided
Uniforms supplied and laundered
Guaranteed annual remuneration reviews
Salary Continuance Insurance
Access to an Employee Assistance Program
Participation in a variable compensation (bonus) program - so as we thrive, so will you!
Employee Share Purchase Plan
Annual Flu Vaccination Program
Discount on private health insurance, Microsoft Product, Dell Computers, Ford, Hyundai, and BMW cars
Career development within the heavy diesel industry and diesel engine rebuilds
A diverse and inclusive working environment with high working standards
A Heavy Diesel trade qualification is preferred but Light Automotive with extensive heavy diesel experience is also welcomed
Experience in maintenance, overhaul and diagnostics of heavy diesel engines above 6L, ideally in mining and heavy on-highway automotive applications
Exposure to Cummins engines would be very highly regarded
Previous field service exposure would be highly regarded
Solid diagnostic and IT capabilities
Flexible to work some weekends as required and participate in an on-call roster
Be available for overnight travel, working away on customers sites as required
Have strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to quickly develop rapport with our customers and team
A mature attitude and logical and methodical approach to your work
Be a self-starter with the ability to work autonomously
About us A Global power leader, Cummins Inc is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. We are the world’s largest independent producer and distributor of diesel engines and related components. Globally we employ around 54,600 people and serve customers in 190 countries. How to apply Your opportunity to set yourself for success starts right here! Submit your application today! For more information about Cummins careers in Australia visit https://Cummins-Australia.jobs or contact Maylaine at 02 900 63574. Qualifications