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Logistics Assistant - Casual Opportunities - David Jones Hay Street Mall
DAVID JONES, Bayswater, Western
The Logistics Assistant will efficiently complete tasks for Online Customer orders and within the goods inbound and outbound processes to ensure the merchandise is available for the David Jones customer.DUTIES INCLUDE:- Create and action pick lists for Online Customers Click and Collect and Store Fulfilment orders- Effectively complete required merchandise intake processes to ensure the efficient flow of stock from the receiving dock to the selling floor, not limited to ticketing, hanging, sizing and security tagging.- Processing store customer deliveries, pickups, transfers, debits and work orders in a timely manner and in accordance with standards.- Ensure all processes are followed to ensure the prevention of stock loss and the accuracy of inventory is maintained.- Initiative with the ability to motivate and adapt to changing business requirements- Flexibility and adaptability in a fast paced and an evolving environment- Ability to liaise effectively and build stakeholder relationships with colleagues and external vendors- Strong organisation skills with the ability to multitask
COVID-19 Community Testing Response Service Team - Casual Operational Services Officers - SA Pathology
I WORK FOR SA, South
The Covid Specimen Collector contributes to the efficient and effective operation of SA Pathology and may be responsible for:Providing a high level of customer service and care to patients during duties in Phlebotomy, specimen collection, specimen management and/or administration including use of Laboratory Information SystemsManaging specimens in the pre-analytical stage that ensures the delivery of quality samples for testing that leads to the timely diagnosis and treatment of patientsEnsuring that specimens are stored and transported under defined conditionsEntering patient/testing information into the various computer systems in an accurate and timely mannerEnsuring external and internal customer enquiries are managed effectivelyWorking within an integrated multidisciplinary teamTraining is a predominant feature at this levelEmployees at this level are subject to close direction.Students in the health sector are encouraged to apply. Useful information:All applications must be submitted online through IWORKFORSA.If you do not have the relevant Criminal Check Clearances you can obtain using the following links:  Please note the DHS-WWCC can take up to 4 weeks to process.Department of Human Services - (Working with Children Check): https://www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au/SCRequestApplicationIndividualNational Police Check - (Vulnerable People) - Please click on unsupervised access when completing your request: https://www.nationalcrimecheck.com.au/consumer/start_formAppointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job ref: 762051 762051 COVID-19 Community Testing Response Service Team OPS1 SA Path Job Pack .pdf Flexibility StatementThe South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Operations Technician
The Australian National University, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
1071 Operations TechnicianAustralian National UniversitySydney South, New South WalesAustralia Search Operations Technician Australian National University, Australia Back Email Updated: about 6 hours ago Location: Sydney South, NEW SOUTH WALES Deadline: 12 Jul 2021 now Job no:541197 Work type:Fixed Term Location:New South Wales Categories:Professional Classification: ANU Officer 4/5 (Technical) Salary package: $66,403 to $79,979 per annum plus 17% Superannuation Term: Full-time, Fixed Term until 30 June 2022 Great work/life balance with dynamic team culture Four weeks annual leave per year, generous parental leave, plus a variety of salary packaging options The Area The Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) at the Australian National University (ANU) operates Siding Spring Observatory , Australias largest optical astronomical observatory. The Observatory is situated on the border of Warrumbungle National Park in northern NSW, and is part of Australias first internationally recognised dark sky park. Over 40 telescopes, including Australias largest telescope, the Anglo-Australian telescope, are located at the Observatory. At RSAA, we offer our professional staff a dynamic, flexible and safe working environment with excellent training and career development opportunities and the opportunity to work in a collaborative, inclusive team. The Position Based at the Observatory , the main responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to: Provide technical, operations, and software support for the telescopes and instrument systems, including programming. Undertake day to day operations and maintenance of the software systems at the Observatory and act as the secondary contact for all telescope software systems associated with telescopes and instrumentation. Ensure all instruments are maintained to a high standard and are ready for use on the telescopes as required by observers including provision of technical support to visiting scientists, supporting them to set up their instruments for observing runs and commissioning tests. Assist in maintaining and testing instrumental performance. Participate as a team member on instrument changes, aluminising and setting telescope to work for observing on a day to day basis. Liaise with internal and external stakeholders, organisations, clients or contractors on technical matters related to the software systems at the Observatory. Support the preparation of reports for advisory and user committees providing data on technical issues associated with technical equipment at the Observatory. Undertake shifts on the night assistant roster and help train new night assistants. The Person To excel in this role you will have: Demonstrated ability to develop, maintain and support a broad range of telescope equipment, software and instrumentation within a scientific environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills Well-developed organisational skills with demonstrated experience working to deadlines, prioritising work, and using initiative and judgement in achieving outcomes. The Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please click here . To see what the Science at ANU community is like, we invite you to follow us on social media at Facebook . For more information about the position please contact A/Prof Chris Lidman on T: 61 2 6125 0238 or E: christopher.lidmananu.edu.au ANU Values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. People with a disability are encouraged to . For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here . Application information In order to for his role, please make sure that you upload the following documents: A statement addressing the selection criteria, and A current curriculum vitae (CV). Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position. Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. Position Description & Selection Criteria Advertised:05 Jul 2021 09:00:00 AM AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close:12 Jul 2021 11:55:00 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time View or
POSITIONS OPEN AT BOWDENS SILVER, LUE
BOWDENS SILVER, Mudgee, Mudgee Area, NSW
POSITIONS OPEN AT BOWDENS SILVER, LUE Bowdens Silver is seeking several candidates across various disciplines. The Bowdens Silver Project is the largest known undeveloped silver deposit in Australia and is currently undergoing final Development Approval. Located 26 kilometres from Mudgee the Company offers: exceptional opportunities for learning and growth; competitive base salaries reflective of skills and experience; and an unparalleled opportunity to join a small, dynamic team at an exciting stage in the Company’s development. EXPLORATION GEOLOGIST We are looking for an experienced exploration geologist to contribute to the Company’s significant exploration programs across both the Bowdens Silver Project and regional exploration targets. The position involves: Managing the logistics of multiple programs, contractors and drill rigs; Generating drilling programs, both diamond and RC; Executing and planning geophysics, geochemical and geological mapping programs; Generating, ranking and testing exploration targets; Generating 2D and 3D GIS modelling and interpretation; and Core logging and interpreting drill results and development of geology/resource models. The ideal candidate will have: Tertiary qualifications in Geology from a recognised tertiary institution; Minimum 5 years post graduate industry experience (experience in epithermal related systems an advantage); Advanced computer literacy and skills with modelling software and geology databases; An understanding of the integration of geophysics, geochemistry and structural geology with a view to whole system analysis; and The ability to work well within a team, participate in open-minded technical discussions and be able to communicate effectively with both peers and supervisors. ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER This role represents an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated Environmental Officer to join the Environment Team and offers an unparalleled opportunity to work on a high profile, major project. The position involves: Assisting with environmental monitoring and compliance across exploration and rehabilitation operations; Undertaking compliance tracking, site inspections and audits of onsite activities; Maintaining environmental policies and procedures for staff and consultants; Assisting the Senior Environmental Officer with internal and external reporting to regulatory agencies; Building and maintaining knowledge of all local environmental issues; and Working and collaborating with a small team of environmental scientists and technicians. The ideal candidate will have: A Bachelor Degree in Environmental Science (or equivalent) from a recognised tertiary institution; Advanced understanding of basic MS Office applications (Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook) with experience using GIS software (QGIS/ARCGIS/MapInfo) highly valued; Familiarity with environmental management systems, risk management and Work, Health and Safety regulations; The ability to work well within a team, participate in open-minded discussions and be able to communicate effectively with both peers and supervisors; and Postgraduate industry experience highly valued. ACCOUNTANT/BOOKKEEPER We are seeking a permanent, part-time to full-time accountant to work in conjunction with the existing Finance & Accounting team. The work will be interesting and varied with exposure across both farming and geological activities. The position involves: Processing and reconciliation of invoices and expenses across several accounts; Generation of detailed reports for Government and Industry Department statistical and reporting requirements; Partnering with different supervisors to assist with management of costs analysis and performance by providing quality reports and budget forecasting; and Maintenance of asset register and preparation and review of capital expenditure applications. The ideal candidate will have: An accounting or similar degree; A minimum of 5 years experience working in an accountant/bookkeeper role; Demonstrated understanding and application of relevant legislation; High-level proficiency with XERO, Microsoft Office and Excel; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Strong attention to detail; and Demonstrated ability to work independently and to prioritise demands. EXPLORATION FIELD ASSISTANT Reporting to the senior Field Supervisor, candidates should have a minimum of 12 months experience in a similar role. The position involves: Core processing, orientation and core saw operation; Drill rig sampling and processing; GPS & XRF operation; Organising equipment and supplies for field surveys; Clearing, preparation and rehabilitation of drill sites; Collecting, recording and transporting samples; Operation and maintenance of 4WD vehicles; and Assisting with all aspects of supporting personnel in the field. The ideal candidate will: Be physically fit, self-motivated and self-reliant; Have a strong work ethic; Be able to work well in a team environment; Have a high level of work presentation and organisation; Possess a strong focus on health and safety; and First Aid, Forklift and other tickets highly valued. These roles are not fly in/fly out and successful candidates not already living in area would be required to relocate. We support a culture of respect, equal opportunity and diversity. We are committed to developing and maintaining strong environmental practices and respect for the communities in which we work. All successful applicants will be committed to the Company’s OHS/HSE practices. Please send your Curriculum Vitae and a brief covering letter to: applybowdenssilver.com.au For further information on Bowdens Silver and to view other employment opportunities, visit the careers page of our website at www.bowdenssilver.com.au
Production, Process & Assembly Line Work - MEGT
MEGT, Mackay Region, Queensland, Mackay, QLD
MEGT, in Partnership with ATCO Structures & Logistics, are looking for a Supply Chain Trainee to work in the hire yard in ATCO Mackay branch. This is an exciting opportunity for a trainee to join our team to gain on the job experience whilst obtaining a Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations in a supportive environment. The successful candidate will assist the hire yard labourer and hire yard supervisor in all aspects of ATCO building cleaning, maintenance and repairs. Duties will include, but not limited to, the following: Cleaning of buildings & furniture Loading / unloading buildings and materials Building maintenance and repairs Inventory maintenance of consumables, spares and parts Electrical testing and tagging of appliances and power tools The succesful applicant will also be able to demonstrate the following: Ability to solve practical problems effectively Demonstrate initiative Demonstrate commitment to your work and the company Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can-do attitude A desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level A keen eye for detail Ability to commit to a 12-month traineeship Pass pre-employment medical & drug test Drivers licence is highly desirable We anticipate a large volume of applicants, so please take the time to include a brief cover letter telling us a bit about you as a person and why this position suits you. Please send your cover letter and resume to us outlining your suitability for the role by clicking on 'Apply now'. To be eligible for an apprenticeship or traineeship you must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or have full working rights. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply.
Production, Process & Assembly Line Work - MEGT
MEGT, South Coast NSW Region, New South Wales, Mackay, Q ...
MEGT, in Partnership with ATCO Structures & Logistics, are looking for a Supply Chain Trainee to work in the hire yard in ATCO Mackay branch. This is an exciting opportunity for a trainee to join our team to gain on the job experience whilst obtaining a Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations in a supportive environment. The successful candidate will assist the hire yard labourer and hire yard supervisor in all aspects of ATCO building cleaning, maintenance and repairs. Duties will include, but not limited to, the following: Cleaning of buildings & furniture Loading / unloading buildings and materials Building maintenance and repairs Inventory maintenance of consumables, spares and parts Electrical testing and tagging of appliances and power tools The succesful applicant will also be able to demonstrate the following: Ability to solve practical problems effectively Demonstrate initiative Demonstrate commitment to your work and the company Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can-do attitude A desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level A keen eye for detail Ability to commit to a 12-month traineeship Pass pre-employment medical & drug test Drivers licence is highly desirable We anticipate a large volume of applicants, so please take the time to include a brief cover letter telling us a bit about you as a person and why this position suits you. Please send your cover letter and resume to us outlining your suitability for the role by clicking on 'Apply now'. To be eligible for an apprenticeship or traineeship you must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or have full working rights. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply.
Production, Process & Assembly Line Work - MEGT
MEGT, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, Mackay, Q ...
MEGT, in Partnership with ATCO Structures & Logistics, are looking for a Supply Chain Trainee to work in the hire yard in ATCO Mackay branch. This is an exciting opportunity for a trainee to join our team to gain on the job experience whilst obtaining a Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations in a supportive environment. The successful candidate will assist the hire yard labourer and hire yard supervisor in all aspects of ATCO building cleaning, maintenance and repairs. Duties will include, but not limited to, the following: Cleaning of buildings & furniture Loading / unloading buildings and materials Building maintenance and repairs Inventory maintenance of consumables, spares and parts Electrical testing and tagging of appliances and power tools The succesful applicant will also be able to demonstrate the following: Ability to solve practical problems effectively Demonstrate initiative Demonstrate commitment to your work and the company Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can-do attitude A desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level A keen eye for detail Ability to commit to a 12-month traineeship Pass pre-employment medical & drug test Drivers licence is highly desirable We anticipate a large volume of applicants, so please take the time to include a brief cover letter telling us a bit about you as a person and why this position suits you. Please send your cover letter and resume to us outlining your suitability for the role by clicking on 'Apply now'. To be eligible for an apprenticeship or traineeship you must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or have full working rights. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply.
Internal Controls Specialist, Superannuation Internal Controls Specialist, Superannuation
Vanguard Group, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Internal Controls Specialist, Superannuation Internal Controls Specialist, Superannuation Share Save Apply Vanguard Group in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Permanent, Full time Be the first to apply Competitive Vanguard Group in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Permanent, Full time Be the first to apply Competitive Internal Controls Specialist, Superannuation About Vanguard Vanguard Australia has been helping investors achieve their long-term financial goals for over 20 years. With more than AUD $9 trillion in assets under management Vanguard is one of the world's largest global investment management companies. In Australia we partner with institutional clients, financial advisers and individual investors to offer low-cost investment solutions. Our comprehensive range of managed funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs) and tailored investment solutions are built to support long-term investment success for our clients. At Vanguard Investments Australia (VIA) we have a focus on increasing our efforts to serve Australian investors directly. As part of that journey we are working on an expansion of our offering to include superannuation. Australia has one of the best retirement systems in the world and we want to help make it better for all Australians. With significant global and local expertise in the retirement space, coupled with our disciplined, low-cost approach to investing we are committed to helping more Australians reach their retirement goals. The opportunity Reporting to the Senior Manager, Controls and joining a broader team of Finance and Internal Controls professionals, the Superannuation Controls Specialist will be responsible for the design, development and documentation of key controls across the Superannuation business. In addition to this, the role will work closely with business partners to ensure that key controls and associated reporting requirements have been designed and implemented effectively in line with regulatory and compliance obligations. This is a key role within the team and will serve as a key contact to internal & external partners including Enterprise Risk Management, Internal Audit, Compliance and External Audit to ensure efforts are coordinated across the business. What you will do Engage with Risk and Compliance partners and business partners to identify and understand business risks and regulatory and compliance obligations Provides guidance on control design adequacy to manage risk and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, documenting key controls and relevant reporting required for monitoring Develop operating effectiveness measures including review of key artefacts to support monitoring activities Identify opportunities to improve control environment, highlighting control gaps and inefficiencies, presenting recommendations to management team Provides consultation, facilitation, and analytical support to ensure internal controls are properly aligned and implemented Embeds Internal Controls best practice through Education and influences business partners on control design, implementation and effectiveness and recommend actions to increase effectiveness of those controls. What we are looking for Strong knowledge of operational aspects of the superannuation and financial services industry, regulations and outsourced service providers with particular regard to industry practice and requirements between trustee, fund and outsourced service providers Demonstrated Superannuation experience in a risk/assurance related role within a Financial Services organisation or professional services firm would be highly regarded Strong understanding of control methodology and frameworks Strong knowledge and experience in process analysis, evaluation of risks, control design and testing Demonstrated experience in managing matters of high complexity, sound problem solving, resolution and decision-making abilities Demonstrated experience effectively communicating with internal and external stakeholders, within a dynamic and fast-paced environment Ability to independently handle multiple initiatives simultaneously Ability to ability to build and maintain productive relationships with internal stakeholders across the business (including senior management) Specialisations that will make an impact Sound knowledge of regulatory requirements for Superannuation (e.g. SIS Act, Corporations Act, APRA Prudential standards) Ability to analyse trends, identify critical threats and opportunities, diagnose problems and issues and recommend appropriate actions Undergraduate degree in a related field or relevant experience in a similar role Experience with technology related controls would also be well regarded Inclusion Statement Vanguard's continued commitment to diversity and inclusion is firmly rooted in our culture. Every decision we make to best serve our clients, crew (internally employees are referred to as crew), and communities is guided by one simple statement: "Do the right thing." We believe that a critical aspect of doing the right thing requires building diverse, inclusive, and highly effective teams of individuals who are as unique as the clients they serve. We empower our crew to contribute their distinct strengths to achieving Vanguard's core purpose through our values. When all crew members feel valued and included, our ability to collaborate and innovate is amplified, and we are united in delivering on Vanguard's core purpose. Our core purpose: To take a stand for all investors, to treat them fairly, and to give them the best chance for investment success. Where to from here? If you would like to discuss further please contact Richard Maher from our Talent Acquisition team on Richard.mahervanguard.com.au . Job ID: 139221 H5AO83htEzdxhKwK Posted Date: 17 Jul 21 More Vanguard Group jobs Engagement Manager, Audit Services Developer (Java\/AWS ) Technical Lead, Data Engineer Developer More Jobs Like This Engagement Manager, Audit Services Developer Developer (Java\/AWS ) Technical Lead, Data Engineer Risk and Control Specialist Internal Control Specialist Internal Controls Specialist Internal Control Director, Managing Director Internal Controls Lead - Commodities Trading Nordics SOx Internal Controls Assistant Manager - Technology Risk - Corporate Governance See more jobs
Associate: Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics - Asset Management
JPMorgan Chase, Mumbai, Any, India
J.P. Morgan Asset Management is a global leader in Investment and Wealth Management services with assets under management of $2.1 trillion. Investment Management offers variety of products to institutional and retail clients across Fixed Income, Equity, Real Assets and Asset Allocation through various sales channels, i.e., Institutional and Funds Management (including top pension plans, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, foundations, central banks and direct and third-party distributors) Team Description Business Intelligence team is part of Asset Management's Global Sales Enablement organization. The mission of the Business Intelligence ('BI') team is to apply creativity, rigor, and data-driven thinking to help plan and execute the business growth of J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Our work is a blend of strategy, technology, data analysis, and execution with a key focus on defining data-driven distribution and marketing strategies for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. In this role, you will be expected to apply your marketing and data science background in order to make important contributions across a diverse array of projects. The role will require in-depth data manipulation, exploration, and analysis. We are a highly collaborative team - so you will have significant potential for learning and impact. Functional Responsibilities: Partnering with distribution stakeholders to identify opportunities for leveraging advanced analytics Partner with Portfolio Models distribution, products and marketing stakeholders for advanced analytics solutions Embed analytics process in organizational decision making: descriptive, diagnostic and predictive analytics to drive better business outcomes Building analytical frameworks for marketing measurement - A/B testing, campaign ROI, cost of acquisition modeling, lifetime value, etc In-depth data exploration and data mining to develop a deep understanding of client behavior Contributing to and enhancing data models and feature stores Leveraging machine learning models and techniques to target opportunities and optimize processes Developing tools and solutions to measure model performance over time Fostering a data-driven, innovative culture Qualifications: MBA or advanced degree in Statistics, Math, Engineering or other quantitative-focused field preferred Experience in an analytics role, financial services/marketing preferred Experience using computer languages (Python, Pyspark, Google Analytics, etc.) to manipulate and analyze large datasets Experience using machine learning libraries in Python (Sci-kit learn, tensorflow, etc.) Knowledge of variety of machine learning algorithms (linear regression, logistic regression, SVMs, Tree-based models, neural networks, etc.) and techniques (cross validation, feature selection approaches, hyper parameter optimization, missing data imputation etc.) Strong problem-solving skills Excellent communicator (written and verbal) with strong interpersonal skills Skills: Understanding of Investment Management Business, Mutual Funds, Managed Accounts, and/or Separate Accounts preferable A passion for technology, financial services and asset management A balanced approach combining judgment, analytical rigor, curiosity, open-mindedness and creativity Ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities/workflows Proven ability to quickly learn the business, the application and adapt to ever changing priorities Self-motivated, team player with strong work ethic Ability to build relationships across global teams About usJPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the oldest financial institutions, offers innovative financial solutions to millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Our history spans over 200 years and today we are a leader in investment banking, consumer and small business banking, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management. We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce are directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, pregnancy or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable law. In accordance with applicable law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants' and employees' religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs.About the TeamOur professionals in our Corporate Functions cover a diverse range of areas from finance and risk to human resources and marketing. Our corporate teams are an essential part of our company, ensuring that we're setting our businesses, clients, customers and employees up for success.Salary: . Date posted: 07/09/2021 12:39 AM
Production, Process & Assembly Line Work - MEGT
MEGT, Coffs Harbour Region, New South Wales, Mackay, QLD
MEGT, in Partnership with ATCO Structures & Logistics, are looking for a Supply Chain Trainee to work in the hire yard in ATCO Mackay branch. This is an exciting opportunity for a trainee to join our team to gain on the job experience whilst obtaining a Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations in a supportive environment. The successful candidate will assist the hire yard labourer and hire yard supervisor in all aspects of ATCO building cleaning, maintenance and repairs. Duties will include, but not limited to, the following: Cleaning of buildings & furniture Loading / unloading buildings and materials Building maintenance and repairs Inventory maintenance of consumables, spares and parts Electrical testing and tagging of appliances and power tools The succesful applicant will also be able to demonstrate the following: Ability to solve practical problems effectively Demonstrate initiative Demonstrate commitment to your work and the company Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can-do attitude A desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level A keen eye for detail Ability to commit to a 12-month traineeship Pass pre-employment medical & drug test Drivers licence is highly desirable We anticipate a large volume of applicants, so please take the time to include a brief cover letter telling us a bit about you as a person and why this position suits you. Please send your cover letter and resume to us outlining your suitability for the role by clicking on 'Apply now'. To be eligible for an apprenticeship or traineeship you must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or have full working rights. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply.
Courier Driver - Scout Talent
Scout Talent, Bowen Hills, Brisbane, QLD
Flexible courier driver position with an industry leader Attractive remuneration package plus an outstanding range of benefits Supportive team environment & great work/life balance About the Organisation Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology is one of the largest pathology practices in Australia, providing comprehensive services to patients and doctors over a geographic area throughout Queensland and New South Wales and employing more than 2000 people. Sullivan Nicolaides Patholog y services the Brisbane metropolitan area and regional areas extending as far north as Cairns and south to Coffs Harbour and offers both routine testing and specialised testing for referral laboratories throughout Australia. About the Opportunity Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology currently has opportunities for Courier Drivers to join their teams based in Bowen Hills and Greenslopes Private Hospital on a casual basis. You will be required to work on a rotational basis through a seven-day roster Saturday to Friday covering shifts between 6:00 am and 11.15 pm and will be responsible for the transportation of hospital specimens and blood products. Flexibility to work any day plus the ability to back up and relieve others in the team is imperative. The successful candidate will have held a driving license for a minimum of 8 years and currently have no infringements recorded. You will have a proven background in customer service, and be able to work effectively as part of a team. Previous Courrier Driver experience will be held in high regard. Preferred applicants will have current working knowledge of Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology courier procedures. This position involves the use of Printers, Reports and Doctor Stores. About the Benefits This is an excellent opportunity to establish your career with an industry-leading organisation. The high level of service provided by Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology is delivered by a dedicated staff comprising of pathologists, scientists, technicians, laboratory assistants, collection personnel, couriers, computer personnel, pathology services assistants and support staff. The successful candidate will join a welcoming and dedicated team. Staff members will be given a chance to develop their skills through ongoing training and will be provided with an avenue for career development and advancement. For your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive hourly rate plus super . In addition, as a permanent employee you will also enjoy the following benefits: Parental and Adoption Leave - SNP staff receive 6 weeks paid maternity and adoption leave as per CWA 3 Staff Services Committee - provides functions and events for staff, fully funded by the Practice Employee Assistance Program - a free, confidential and voluntary counselling service provided as a resource to employees of Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology , as well as immediate family, with the aim of assisting with the resolution of personal and work related problems which may affect quality of life or work performance Private Health Insurance - staff have access to discounted private health insurance through BUPA, HCF and Medibank Private Pathology Services - staff and their immediate family (their children, partners and their parents) have access to bulk billed Pathology Services X-Ray Services - staff and their immediate family (their children, partners and their parents) have access to bulk billed X-Ray and other diagnostic imaging through Queensland X-Ray Smoke Free Workplace - for those staff wanting to use nicotine replacement therapy in quitting, management provides a level of financial assistance towards the cost of nicotine replacement patches. Ready to take on an exciting new challenge with a leading organisation? Apply Now
Courier Driver (Bowen Hills & Greenslopes)
Scout Talent, Bowen Hills, Brisbane, QLD
Flexible courier driver position with an industry leader Attractive remuneration package plus an outstanding range of benefits Supportive team environment & great work/life balance About the Organisation Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology is one of the largest pathology practices in Australia, providing comprehensive services to patients and doctors over a geographic area throughout Queensland and New South Wales and employing more than 2000 people. Sullivan Nicolaides Patholog y services the Brisbane metropolitan area and regional areas extending as far north as Cairns and south to Coffs Harbour and offers both routine testing and specialised testing for referral laboratories throughout Australia. About the Opportunity Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology currently has opportunities for Courier Drivers to join their teams based in Bowen Hills and Greenslopes Private Hospital on a casual basis. You will be required to work on a rotational basis through a seven-day roster Saturday to Friday covering shifts between 6:00 am and 11.15 pm and will be responsible for the transportation of hospital specimens and blood products. Flexibility to work any day plus the ability to back up and relieve others in the team is imperative. The successful candidate will have held a driving license for a minimum of 8 years and currently have no infringements recorded. You will have a proven background in customer service, and be able to work effectively as part of a team. Previous Courrier Driver experience will be held in high regard. Preferred applicants will have current working knowledge of Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology courier procedures. This position involves the use of Printers, Reports and Doctor Stores. About the Benefits This is an excellent opportunity to establish your career with an industry-leading organisation. The high level of service provided by Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology is delivered by a dedicated staff comprising of pathologists, scientists, technicians, laboratory assistants, collection personnel, couriers, computer personnel, pathology services assistants and support staff. The successful candidate will join a welcoming and dedicated team. Staff members will be given a chance to develop their skills through ongoing training and will be provided with an avenue for career development and advancement. For your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive hourly rate plus super . In addition, as a permanent employee you will also enjoy the following benefits: Parental and Adoption Leave - SNP staff receive 6 weeks paid maternity and adoption leave as per CWA 3 Staff Services Committee - provides functions and events for staff, fully funded by the Practice Employee Assistance Program - a free, confidential and voluntary counselling service provided as a resource to employees of Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology , as well as immediate family, with the aim of assisting with the resolution of personal and work related problems which may affect quality of life or work performance Private Health Insurance - staff have access to discounted private health insurance through BUPA, HCF and Medibank Private Pathology Services - staff and their immediate family (their children, partners and their parents) have access to bulk billed Pathology Services X-Ray Services - staff and their immediate family (their children, partners and their parents) have access to bulk billed X-Ray and other diagnostic imaging through Queensland X-Ray Smoke Free Workplace - for those staff wanting to use nicotine replacement therapy in quitting, management provides a level of financial assistance towards the cost of nicotine replacement patches. Ready to take on an exciting new challenge with a leading organisation? Apply Now
FedEx Express OPerations Manager (Mississauga, Ont)
Federal Express, Inc., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Company: FedEx Express CanadaJob Title: FedEx Express OPerations Manager (Mississauga, Ont)Job Requisition Number: RC401121Job Family: FXE-CAN: Operations - MTime Type: Full TimeWorker Sub-Type: RegularLanguage: EnglishLocations:2190 Derry Road EastMississauga, Ontario L5S1E2CanadaThis is an interview position.\n\nGENERAL SUMMARY\nTo supervise, coordinate and control Pick-Up and Delivery Operations within the service area of the station to achieve maximum service objectives. To supervise, coordinate and control warehouse and ramp operations to achieve maximum service objectives.We are looking for someone who can lead our customer oriented workforce in the pick-up and delivery operations to achieve maximum service objectives. If you are that person this may be the perfect job for you if you.In addition to a Bachelor's degree and four years' business experience, having two of those years in transportation & logistics will be an asset. You also should be able to:Demonstrate basic proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook), must possess a valid driver's license and a good driving recordDemonstrate self-motivation with a proven ability to work independentlyHave the ability to overcome objections/obstaclesDemonstrate a track record of achieving resultsPossess strong planning, organization and prioritization skillsWhat you'll get in return:A competitive salary and incentivesA progressive benefits programs, including health and dental coverage and pension plan.A Career Investment Fund with up to $5K a year for programs or tuition reimbursement.A strong Community Service program including diverse volunteer, charity, and fundraising initiatives to give back to both local and global communities.If you can deliver on this exciting job opportunity, please attach your resume when applying. We thank all applicants and we will contact you directly if selected for an interview.Primary Location: 2190 Derry Road East Mississauga, ON L5S 1E2 Canada Note: This will be for our afternoon/ night operations.DISCLAIMERThis job description is general in nature and is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the job. The incumbent of this position is expected to perform all other duties as assigned, must be able to complete and achieve minimum thresholds on any mandatory testing and training, must be able to operate in an PC windows environment, have the ability to successfully complete all recurrence training and maintain annual accreditations where applicable and work varying shifts based on business needs. If the incumbent resides in the province of Quebec, you must be bilingual (French and English). In addition to the usual factors used in the selection process, all candidates for positions that require driving as a core competency require a valid driver's license (e.g. Class 5,G, or 1[AZ]) and a driving record with two or fewer violations and/or accidents in the 24 months prior to the date of application. Further, candidates will be assessed through careful consideration of: 1) their current driver's abstract; 2) their performance during application interviews; and 3) their performance on any driver competency assessments administeredSalary: . Date posted: 07/23/2021 06:57 PM