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Volvo Truck Mechanics TSS Visa, Flights and Relocation
PTL Global Recruitment, Melbourne, VIC, AU
Job descriptionOur client, a leading Truck Servicing and Main Dealership across Australia, is looking to hire 8+ Volvo / Mack / UD /Hino / Scania trained and experienced Service Technicians for their State or the Art Workshop Complex in Melbourne.Ideally the first choice candidate will either be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen, or someone holding Permanent Residency.If no local hires are available, then our client will look to International Applicants being sponsored on the 482 (TSS) Visa, as per Australian Federal Government Rules. The TSS Visa is currently subject to Covid Border Restrictions, and entry to the country would be at the discretion of the Australian Authorities granting a border entry exemption. NO GUARANTEE OF A TRAVEL EXEMPTION can be given.Job Type / CategoryThe roles will be primarily workshop based, with some off site recovery and service work as well.Required Education, Skills and QualificationsIdeally you will hold Main Dealership or Manufacturer Qualifications, as well as a recognised Trade Qualification such as Cert III, NVQ Level 2/3, Red Seal, City and Guilds or a 3 Year Apprenticeship.International Candidates where required, will need to pass a Vetassess Accreditation.BenefitsThe employer has a history of sponsoring International Applicants, and is offering the TSS / 482 Visa. Salary will be dependent on experience, but will be a minimum hourly rate of $35.00 /hour + plus Superannuation (9.5%). Salary will be dependent on experience, and relevancy to the role.The client is also offering:-Gym MembershipFlights to Australia for Candidate and PartnerRelocation (Internationally, Inter-Australia or Intra-State)Accommodation Assistance on ArrivalCar Rental on ArrivalInterviews will be happening locally by telephone and internationally by Skype over the next few weeks, with a start date asap dependant on Visa Processing482 Visa (TSS) SponsorshipWhilst our client’s preference would be to hire either locally based Australian or New Zealand Citizens, or those International Candidates already holding a Permanent Residency Visa, our client additionally is a registered sponsor of International Workers under the 482 Visa Program.If you would like to be considered under a 482 Sponsorship you will require the following under Department of Home Affairs Immigration Requirements: Hold a Recognised International Trade Qualification in Mechanics (Red Seal, City and Guilds, FETAC etc)To Hold, or be able to pass a Cert III Trade Assessment (Vetassess or other recognised body) for the Visa applicationHold an IELTS English Test Certificate (5.0 Minimum in all 4 sections), or be a citizen of UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, or New ZealandBe in a financial position to support your application, and associated costsBe able to move to Australia as soon as your Visa is granted (preferred)If you are interested please apply as soon as possible as it is anticipated that demand will be high.
Traffic Controllers wanted!
Workforce International Group Pty Ltd, VIC, Melbourne
Traffic Group Australia operates from metropolitan and regional depots throughout Australia.  We employ some 600 accredited traffic controllers throughout Australia supported by a fleet of over 350 special purpose traffic control and safety vehicles.As a leader in our field, we place great emphasis on safety and regularly assess staff to ensure we perform at optimal standards.We are looking for Traffic Controllers, with out without experience as well as Team Leaders to assist with our growing needs.Duties Include:Implementation of Traffic Guidance schemesUse of Stop/Slow Bat Set up and maintain safe worksite for all involvedComplete vehicle pre-start checks and relevant SWMS, Risk Assessments Responsible for loading and unloading vehicles with signage and equipmentComplete required paperwork (Traffio experience advantageous)Take instructions from team leaders, clients, or other authorities Ability to do online inductionsSafely guide Pedestrians, cyclists to keep them safe from hazardsSkills & ExperienceCurrent Tickets, RIIWHS205 and RIIWHS302OH&S Construction induction card A minimum of 6 months experience in Traffic Control Driver's licence and own reliable vehicle (manual licence preferred but not essential, HR or MR also advantageous)Availability to work, days, nights and weekendsSafety focused people with excellent communication skillsBenefitsPPE and Traffic Group Australia branded uniform providedRDO’s Super contributionIf this sounds like you, please email Resume to vicjobs@trafficgrp.com.au  
Eco / Adventure Tour Guides
Inspiration Outdoors, Melbourne, AU
Do you have a love of the environment and the great outdoors?Are you looking for experience "out in the field"?Love travelling?Love sharing your (hard-earned!) environmental knowledge?Want to see Australia and get paid to do so?We are a passionate ECO Adventure Tour operator, seeking Tour Guides to inspire and lead our guests on our exciting program of tours around Australia from March 2022. There are guide positions available in Perth/Broome, Adelaide, Alice Springs, Tasmania and Melbourne.Qualifications and Experience:Able to (and want to!) work away from home for extended periods of time.An interest in the environment and peopleCaring and attentive nature.Physically fit and able to carry packs weighing 15 – 20kgs.Drive, passion and enthusiasm to share your knowledge and cook amazing culinary meals for our guests.Able to work on your own initiative as well as an excellent team player.Highly organised.Enjoys and relishes a challenge with a flexible and curious attitude.Clean driving licence with endorsements to allow transportation of passengers within tourism environment, or able to obtain.Willing to obtain or currently holding Wilderness First Aid Certificate/Remote area First Aid.Must be fully Covid-19 vaccinated.If this sounds like you and you are able to commence work in March 2022 and have the passion, drive, flexibility and enthusiasm to welcome our guests, on what is described as a “once in a lifetime experience”, then send through your resume and a cover letter. We look forward to hearing from you!If you have any questions about the job you can email Martyn at [email protected]Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.Apply for this jobCLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE INSPIRATION OUTDOORS WEBSITE
Group Facilitator (Men's Group)
Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service, Melbourne, Victoria
Aboriginal Designated Position - only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply.Fantastic opportunity to provide outreach to men, children and families within the community!Enjoy a competitive remuneration plus super and salary packaging!Promote family safety and help strengthen individuals' and communities' capacity and resilience About the Organisation Established in 2006, Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) provides a range of services and programs to Aboriginal individuals and families who are experiencing, at risk of experiencing family violence or use violence. Currently, BWAHS is one of 4 Aboriginal specific state-funded healing services in Victoria. BWAHS has skilled, qualified staff and comprehensive experience with the culturally safe delivery of child, youth and family services for Aboriginal people. They provide family violence risk assessment, safety planning, case coordination and support, including referrals to the Risk Assessment Management Panel. They have developed an excellent record for providing high-quality family violence, trauma-informed Intensive Case Management, Integrated Family Services responses, and evidence-based therapeutic programs to individuals and groups for a whole family approach.Boorndawan Willam derives from the Wathaurong and Woiwurrung languages. Boorndawan (Wathaurong), meaning 'safe' and Willam (Woiwurrung), meaning 'house', combine to create a 'safe house'. The healing service acknowledges these words in developing the organisation's name. About the OpportunityBWAHS is currently seeking a Men's Group Facilitator to join their team full-time, located in Lilydale, Melbourne.Reporting to the Men's Service Manager, you will collaboratively support clients to attend groups and counselling programs. You will be involved in the design and facilitation of a range of culturally safe healing group programs with Aboriginal men, young men, adolescents, and children impacted by or have experienced or are users of family violence.Core duties: Identify opportunities to support the strong positive connection between participants and their families, culture, Country and Community to promote healing and recovery;Engage with clients through in-service and outreach appointments as appropriate;Collaborate and consult with internal and external stakeholders to reduce identified barriers and support to clients to attend therapeutic groups and programs;Maintain records; including notes, reports, plans and data within required timelinesIdentify family violence risks and strategies to support safety and the healing journeyTo learn more about the role, click here.About YouTo be considered for this role, you must understand Aboriginal culture and intergenerational trauma. You will also require experience in group facilitation, with expertise in family violence desirable. Although not required, qualifications in Social Services, Community Services, or Men's Behaviour Change will also help you hit the ground running in this role.You will enjoy facilitating groups and public speaking. You will have culturally safe approaches to support safety and healing to Aboriginal families, children or young people from family violence. The ability to engage families of varying ages, stages and compositions who have multiple and complex needs will also be critical for this role.Ability to work independently as part of a small team and basic computers skills are a must.Finally, you will need to demonstrate a practical understanding of the legislative, policy, and practice requirements relating to Aboriginal children, families, and communities impacted by family violence and work within these requirements.Please note: You will need to hold or be willing to obtain a current National Police Check, Working with Children Check and basic First Aid Qualification. You will also need a current Driver's License.This is an Aboriginal Designated Position, classified under 'special measures' of section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Under the Equal Opportunity Act (H143/2018), BWAHS have an exemption and, for this reason are accepting male applicants only. Due to these classifications, only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males are eligible to apply.About the BenefitsIn return for your hard work and dedication, you will recieve a highly attractive remuneration package commensurate with your skills and experience, plus super and salary packaging up to $15,999.In addition, BWAHS also provides ongoing professional development opportunities!This is a rare opportunity to work with Aboriginal families and make a genuine difference in their lives - Apply Now!