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Disability Support Worker


Disability Support Worker

Omega Support Group is an established provider of NDIS services for people with disability and psychosocial support needs. We work across metropolitan Melbourne, providing support that includes community access, in home support, skill building and developmental programs.

We are seeking enthusiastic and passionate individuals to join our team as demand for our services continues to grow. Our Support Workers bring a variety of life experience to their role and this enables us to match our participants with people who share common interests, hobbies, language and culture.

We are looking for people who have strong communication skills, personal resilience and the ability to be creative and think outside the box as you support participants to fulfil their goals.

Experience in a similar role will be highly regarded but not essential. We will provide support and necessary training for people who have the personal qualities valued by the people we support.

Omega Support Group provides a wide range of support which includes;

• Individualised and group-based supports.
• Assistance with daily living tasks.
• Assistance with social and community participation.
• Assistance to improve health and wellbeing.
• Support to strengthen relationships and connections to mainstream services.
• Support to those living in residential settings.
• Behaviour Implementation Support.
We want to help remove the unknown and hassle out of applying for a position by offering individuals the chance to apply for the role of an Individualised Support Worker at any time, during or at the completion of their studies.
Role requirements do include;

• Current unrestricted driver’s license
• Current First Aid and CPR
• NDIS Worker Screening Clearance (or willingness to obtain)
• Unrestricted work rights for Australia
• Availability to work a variety of shifts across the week that may include mornings, evenings, weekends.

It is a requirement of this role that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, in accordance with state Government mandates. Successful candidates will be required to provide evidence of vaccination status.

To apply please email a copy of your resume and cover letter to:  Daniel.Maundrell@omegasupport.com.au



1st Year



(Apprentices – all levels of experience required)

Caulfield South Team – Permanent Full Time



About … 2 Men & A Shovel


We are a professional and rapidly growing company that specialises in gardening and landscaping services in the Caulfield South and surrounding areas (approx. 5 Km radius).  Over the last 6 years, we have built a strong reputation for high quality landscaping, garden maintenance and customer service.  We truly value all team members and are fiercely proud of the culture we have created.  This includes providing a caring and supportive environment whilst teaching/modelling the ethics of hard work, discipline and excellence in all that we do.


Gardener Apprentice Role & Qualified


We have an opportunity for an Apprentice Landscape Gardener.  You will be responsible for equipment operation, lawn and garden maintenance and includes - edge and mowing lawns, plant pruning, hedge trimming, weed control, fertilisation treatments, chemical and organic pest control, soil testing and cultivation, planting, mulching garden beds and more.


You will also be provided with training and support to learn and progress in your apprenticeship and into a leadership position with the company.


Landscaping Apprentice Role & Qualified


We have an opportunity for an Apprentice Landscaper.  You will be responsible for landscape installation, equipment operation, lawn and garden maintenance and includes – retainer walls, excavation, paving, trellis installation, operate machinery and equipment, irrigation installation, garden edging, soil preparation and planting, mulching garden beds, instant turf.  You will also be provided with training and support to learn and progress throughout your apprenticeship. 




·         Genuine interest in landscaping and horticulture. 

·         Ability to communicate effectively with all stakeholders.

·         Take pride in your work.

·         Willing to learn.

·         Thrive in a practical environment.

·         Enjoy physical work.

·         Clean and tidy presentation.


For further information, please phone Janine on 0415 656253 or to apply, please send your CV with a cover letter to - hello@2menandashovel.com

Early Childhood Educator


Early Childhood Educator

Emmikins ELC caters to up to 60 children daily, from 6 weeks to 6 years. Our program focuses on playful early learning.

We are currently looking for a committed & enthusiastic part-time (up to 37.5 hours/week) Diploma qualified early childhood educator for the Toddler Room.

Our Toddler Room is a cozy room with a homely feel to it and direct access to our outdoor area.

We accommodate 15-20 children between the ages of 2 and 3 years.

We offer:

-Mentoring and support from the Educational Leader as well as our experienced Center Director.

-Close to public transport

-Rotating Rosters

-Supportive and friendly team

-Professional development opportunities and supported learning

-Fantastic resources and great kids/families

-Management and a team that will have your back

We require you to:

-hold (or be currently enrolled with the majority complete) a Certificate III or Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

-understand and adhere to the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Framework

-have a positive team spirit and embrace working in a diverse team

-can communicate effectively and respectfully with your colleagues and families

-have excellent English language skills

-have a sunny and kind personality with a positive attitude.

-be flexible with your availability, center hours are 6:30 am to 6:30 pm

Please also note that if you hold an overseas qualification, this must be approved by ACECQA and you must have the right to live and work in Australia.

Job Type: Part-time with the potential to move into full time

Wage: Willing to negotiate above award rates for the right candidate


Disability Support Worker


Disability Support Worker

Disability Support Worker

Location: Mooroolbark


We will consider all levels of experience


About the Role

We are currently seeking disability support workers to provide ongoing support to our participant located in Mooroolbark. Support requirements may include assistance with daily living tasks, social support and community access. There are a variety of shifts available in the morning and afternoon.

About Us

Myxa Care is a registered NDIS service provider assisting people with disability, their family, and carers. We deliver individually tailored services to maximise participant choice and control. We aim to support our participants to empower them to achieve their goals and live a full life.

About You

You are a compassionate, dedicated, and extremely reliable individual looking to make a difference. You have exceptional communication skills both verbal and written and the ability to build a strong rapport on all levels. 

Key Selection Criteria

  • An ability to communicate and appropriately respond to the needs of people living with disability
  • A real desire to make a difference to the lives of people living with disability
  • Confident working with both adults and children
  • First Aid Certificate or willing to obtain
  • NDIS Worker Screening Clearance or willing to obtain
  • Working With Children Check or willing to obtain
  • Drivers Licence


What you need to do now

If you would like to know more about this role, please contact our Talent Acquisition Specialist on 0424 009 202 alternatively, you can email avalon@myxacare.com.au

MYXA Care is an equal opportunity employer. We value and strongly support the principles of equal opportunity in the workplace.





Our team of three talented young people have started a sewing business. They are making tote bags and other small items to sell at local markets. They need help with design, pattern making, sewing, finishing, purchasing, managing orders – in fact everything to do with a thriving crafty business!

If you have a passion for textiles or design this job is perfect for you.

Our team of three are 21 years old, and all have an intellectual disability.

We are looking for one or two workers interested in one or two shifts a week on Mondays Tuesdays or Fridays. Further down the track there may be weekend work as the crew begin to sell their bags at local markets. Employment will be through Hire Up and the hourly rate is $37.35/Hr including Superannuation.

You will be joining a team of support workers who are already supporting the crew. Each shift is approximately 4-5 hours long. At the moment the shifts are based in one of the young people’s homes, but we are hoping to move out very soon into a separate space. There can be some driving involved usually to purchase new fabrics or shop for recycled fabrics at op shops. So, a car and licence are preferable but not essential.

You must be able to sew. You must know how to use a variety of sewing machines and be able to troubleshoot when things go awry. You must have a good understanding of design, colour, fabric, and different sewing techniques.

If this sounds like you, please get in touch to organise to meet the crew by calling Cameron McAlpine on 0418530524.






Please see attached full job description

Disability Support Worker


Disability Support Worker

Immediate Start Disability Support Worker

TNC Care Melbourne VIC Aged & Disability Support (Community Services & Development) $29 - $39.99 per hour Casual/Vacation Posted 4 Jul 2022 More jobs from this company Share TnC Care are HIRING In Melbourne's South East, North, West and regional Victoria (Shepparton) Disability Support Worker Position - Flexibility of part-time ongoing work and/or Casual work - Work in a great team environment -immediate start with numerous shifts across Melbourne and regional Victoria (Shepparton) - The opportunity to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives About Us: TnC Care has great opportunities for energetic individuals to support people with disabilities to actively participate within their community and home life. In addition, we offer opportunities for learning and development, and casual, part-time or permanent hours to suit your work/life balance. Working within Melbourne Metro Area and regional Victoria (Shepparton) you will have the opportunity to support individuals with all areas of their life, from participation in recreational and social activities to assistance with their day-to-day living.

The Position: We are looking for people who want to improve the lifestyles of people with a disability, uphold their human rights and work towards empowering individuals to live the life they choose. In this role you will: • Support people in their day-to-day living, ensuring they have opportunities to develop and maintain a valued lifestyle. • Provide services to individuals which are developed specifically for their needs and within our "Person Centred" approach of delivery by providing support for people with disabilities in a range of settings, in the home and in community-based activities • Support and promote TnC Care’s commitment to equity and social responsibility • Monitor and record daily progress of Participants with goals To Be Successful in this Position You Will Need: • Great communication skills with a diverse range of people. • Be able to work autonomously and within a team. • Be able to work with people of differing abilities and some awareness of disability issues. • Be able to build strong supportive relationships with staff and participants • Have good problem-solving abilities • Have a calm, caring and proactive manner. • Driver’s license • Knowledge of disability or wiliness to learn • working with children's check • NDIS workings screening • Compulsory Training • 100 points of identification • Be willing to undergo a police check

Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and undergo a NDIS Worker Screening Check prior to commencement. These can be done as part of the recruitment process




Studio AD & Co. is a branding and graphic design studio based in Ringwood, founded in 2005. We specialise in working with small - medium sized businesses in the health, wellness, food, hospitality and professional services industries.

The Position

Studio AD & Co. has a part time position available for a Graphic Designer that is well suited to

someone at the beginning of their career and wants to learn and grow in hands-on environment,

and gain real-life professional experience.

As part of this role, you will have the opportunity to:

- design packaging, promotional materials and business stationery

- create social media graphics for multiple brands and coordinate feeds

- edit and prepare artwork for press / production

- prepare design concepts for presentation within supplied presentation templates

- prepare mockups of printed items / packaging using editable PSD’s

R E Q U I R E M E N T S F O R T H I S R O L E A R E T H AT Y O U :

- are currently undertaking or have completed a tertiary qualification in Graphic Design

- are proficient in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop

- can or have already obtained an ABN

- can work 2 days* per week in our studio space inside the REALM building

at Eastland, Ringwood.

*There is the potential for the number of days to increase once you have settled in to the role.


- a high level of attention to detail

- an intuitive, explorative approach to learning (i.e. alongside the training and guidance

you will receive from the Creative Director, you also have a natural tendency to play around

and ‘figure things out’


Starting hourly rate of $35.


To apply, please send your CV and folio of work to alisha@studio-ad.co

About Studio AD & Co.

The position available




ALS is using the power of testing to solve complex challenges. With a passion for science, we serve clients with data-driven insights for a safer and healthier world.

The Role
The Food & Pharmaceutical Division operates a modern laboratory in Melbourne (Scoresby) that is equipped with the latest in analytical technology. The division is seeking a Laboratory Assistant to become a part of a growing Chemistry team. The role is a category one in the Company Enterprise Agreement paying $25.25 per hour. The hours are 9.00am to 5.15pm (Monday to Friday), with requirement of paid overtime when necessary.  

The Day to Day
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Managing and preparing samples in a timely manner.
  • Minor routine laboratory analysis (e.g. pH, Brix and Water activity).
  • General housekeeping including but not limited to - Cleaning laboratory equipment, Managing sample retention stores etc.
  • Assist the sample receipt team in logging in samples when required.
  • General Laboratory analysis when required.
Please  see the rest of the job description attached.




 Inhouse Connections Cleaning Pty. Ltd. are looking for cleaning stars!

Position Title              :  Cleaner

Salary/Benefits        :   $27 - $30 per hour 

                                        Petrol allowance if candidate has own vehicle

 Hours :                          Monday to Friday - 7.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. generally

                                       Sometimes 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.

 Location :                    Within 10 km radius of Carnegie , Melbourne

 Position details:        We clean a mixture of domestic, commercial locations and some builders cleans. No heavy lifting. Responsibilities are Vacuuming,                                                 Mopping, dusting, cleaning bathrooms and kitchens

                                    We provide a uniform. We provide all equipment and product. We provide training. We work in pairs, sometimes threes etc depending                                         on  the size of the job.     Preference will be given to  applicant with a car however it is not necessary. Staff are paid weekly.

To apply please contact:   Pip.newitt@bigpond.com or ring 0401 584 257.






  • Located at Box Hill Institute, Elgar & Nelson Campus' in Box Hill
  • Casual positions available, flexible hours
  • Casual hourly rate - $26.49


About us:

Box Hill Institute is composed of Box Hill Institute (BHI) and the Centre for Adult Education (CAE). We are leading education providers with strong reputations for delivering high quality educational outcomes.

To maintain our reputation and achieve our strategic goals we need a workforce full of energetic and forward thinking people. If you are enthusiastic and resilient, with a strong customer and commercial focus, then join our team. At BHI you will work with great people in a challenging and dynamic environment, as we work together to continually improve our business.

About this role:

We are looking for someone who is available Monday to Friday to work school hours at our Box Hill Campus Cafe with availability for up to 21 hours per week.

Immediate start!

You will be responsible for:

Assisting in all areas of front of house customer service including but not limited to:

- Serving customers

- Basic food preparation and kitchen hand cleaning duties as required and designated by the site manager

- Prepare Expresso-based coffee beverages

- Assist in stock control

To be considered for this role, we are looking for the following:

• Experience working in a fast high volume retail catering environment attending to day to day operations

• Barista experience and ability to prepare a range of expresso coffee and other beverages

•  Experience in EFTPOS facilities

Working at Box Hill Institute

Box Hill Institute values inclusion and diversity. We encourage candidates of diverse backgrounds and experience to apply for our employment opportunities.

Candidates for employment at Box Hill Institute will be subject to pre-employment probity checks, and must satisfy Box Hill Institute’s pre-conditions for employment. These include providing a satisfactory (valid employee) Working With Children Check and National Police Check, and evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status as prescribed by the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 (Vic).


Like to know more? If you have questions about this role, please contact Danny Lugrin at D.Lugrin@boxhill.edu.au

Box Hill Institute reserves the right to withdraw an advertised position at any stage.




ICT Support Officer 

  • Join one of Victoria's leading not for profits
  • Permanent Full Time Position
  • Salary Packaging + flexible working arrangements

This is a unique opportunity for a passionate and highly motivated ICT Support Officer to contribute and be a part of our incredible journey. Reporting to the ICT Manager, you will provide timely and friendly customer support to assist the ICT department in providing ICT services throughout Victoria. You are a vibrant and customer orientated ICT Support person who is looking to join a highly skilled team that is focused on delivering customer outcomes.

Well regarded for your customer service approach and your ability to engage with your customers you easily work with all skillsets to support and resolve issues. You are a proactive team member who thrives on contributing to a positive team culture to deliver outstanding work.

You will bring a "hands on" proactive approach and thrive on delivering outstanding results.


More specifically you will have:

  • Experience in providing professional, customer focused ICT support to technical and non-technical personnel
  • Experience with IT systems and application implementations that support key business requirements;
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) with the ability to engage a range of users and help them embrace technology
  • Ability to work constructively and productively in a small team environment supported by vendors in an outsourced environment
  • Demonstrated initiative and keen interest in staying up to date with technology

Key accountabilities include:

  • Support the ICT Manager in the delivery of ICT Services
  • Provide procurement services ensuring timely delivery and accurate accounting of all Society ICT-related assets and services;
  • Assist in the development, delivery, implementation and monitoring of assigned IT assets
  • Liaise with the Society and external vendors regarding the facilitation, support and use of telecommunications landline and mobile services
  • Document and improve procedures, being proactive in the design and implementation of efficient systems

Why work for us?  We offer:

  • Flexible working hours. Work life balance is so important to us
  • Salary packaging, sometimes called salary sacrificing is a huge attraction here! It is a popular way of providing employees in the community sector with tax benefits over and above their salary. It means the real value of a salary package can be significantly higher than the nominal value.
  • We are committed to professional development to make sure that your career keeps growing while you’re working with us.
  • We like to have a laugh and you will always find some sort of chocolate or cake in our work area… be prepared!
  • We make an incredible difference in the lives of over 300,000 people every year.
  • We believe in families, so we like to provide a family-friendly environment in which to work.
  • We offer a place where you know you are contributing to an organisation committed to helping others. We are passionate about #Social Justice.
  • We have some great talent who are happy to share their experience and skills to help you on your way.
  • We are complex in our design which always makes work interesting.


The St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria and its wide network of over 12,000 volunteers provide practical welfare support, advocacy and friendship for the most vulnerable members of our community. On the frontline, face-to-face.

Key services include Vinnies Shops; Vinnies Soup Vans; Compeer support for people experiencing mental illness; home visitation; youth programs; assistance for asylum seekers and refugees; education and tutoring; and a range of other volunteer-run initiatives that assist people in need.

The St Vincent de Paul Society in Australia has more than 60,000 volunteers. Internationally, the Society operates in 149 countries and has over 950,000 volunteers. To find out more visit vinnies.org.au.

If making a difference in your local community is important to you and you meet our essential requirements we can’t wait to hear from you. Please send us your updated CV and a cover letter that tells us a little more about you and why you would be perfect for the role. Please click here for a copy of the Position Description.

Please note that prior to any offer of employment, pre-employment checks must be completed these will include reference checking, a national criminal history check and a working with children check. 

St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria is proactive in supporting child safety.

To apply please email t.verenga@boxhill.edu.au nd attention Tate




Housekeeper needed in Blackburn North

  • For a family of 4 with 2 kids
  • On part time / casual basis (minimum 4-8 hours per week)
  • Flexible working hours (weekdays or weekends)
  • Cleaning and arranging rooms/ clothes
  • Vacuuming and cleaning floors, carpets, doormats and rugs
  • Changing bedding, clothing and linen
  • Dusting furniture or fixtures and tidying up
  • Scrubbing and cleaning showers, bathtubs, toilets, countertops and sinks
  • Cleaning products provided
  • Award wages $$
  • Pick up/ drop off can be considered within reasonable distance (10-15 mins drive)
  • Contact: 0413 931 376 or 0490 810 920




 Presbyterian Ladies College (PLC) in Burwood, VIC, are recruiting for a Gardener and would like to share the opportunity with  recent horticulture graduates.


It is a full-time ongoing permanent position, working within a team with varied responsibilities including the care and upkeep of the grounds across 14 acres of private property.


For the full job description please see the attached document:

Aged Care


Aged Care

Position Purpose

Respite Now is a well-established and contemporary organisation that provides support services to aged-care

clients and people with a disability with respect, integrity, and liberty. The Personal Care Associate position

provides and delivers individual and personalised care and resources to clients, so they may continue to live in

their homes and participate and engage with their community.

Please see attached the job description to see the amazing opportunities this organisation has...



1st Year

We are looking for a young and  enthusiastic first year apprentice to join our small electrical contracting business. 

We specialise in commercial and residential contracting work. Commercially the majority of our work is CBD based involving office refurbishments working on light, power, data, switchboard works, automation  and audio visual. Residentially it is Eastern and South eastern suburbs based involving new homes, extensions, renovations, light, power, data, audio visual, switchboard works, underground and overhead supplies.

 Ideal candidate is:

- 18-24 years of age (preferably under 21, but not limited to this)

-drivers license is strongly preferred

-NECA award rates

-Working week is Monday to Friday 7am – 3:30pm, with availability for some Saturdays and mid week overtime. Flexibility is looked on favorably.

-sound knowledge of basic tools and competent with ladders

-completed pre-apprenticeship course

-keen and enthusiastic with a solid work ethic

-Small company with 2 employees (Director is on the tools with another A grade).

-safety first work environment


It’s a great apprenticeship within  a solid work environment. Candidate should be easy going, likes a laugh and they in turn will have strong support from us throughout their apprenticeship and beyond. Applicant doesn’t need to be an ‘A’ grade student as we strongly value energetic, hardworking attitudes. Please email your resume to 'sajc.elgar@boxhill.edu.au' if  you are keen to apply.



1st Year
2nd Year
3rd Year

 1st year electrical apprentice that has completed the electrical pre app.


All applicants will need to be at least 18 years old, have a driver’s license, preferably completed their white/red card and genuinely want to pursue an apprenticeship in electrical aiming to become a A-Grade electrician, working in a flexible environment.


The successful applicant would be working 1 on 1 with an experienced A-Grade electrician in a growing small business, servicing predominately commercial & industrial clients throughout Melbourne.


The successful applicant shall receive training & experience in all the following areas:


  • Energy efficient lighting systems/ Retro fitting existing installations
  • Exit & Emergency light testing and installations
  • Single and Three phase power installations
  • Uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS)
  • Switchboard installations and upgrades
  • Residual current device (RCD) testing
  • Appliance testing and tagging
  • Data Centre specific power installations
  • General office lighting and power services
  • Thermal imaging of existing electrical installations
  • Cat 5e, Cat 6 and beyond twisted pair structured cabling systems
  • Fibre optical networks
  • Telephone/campus backbone cabling
  • ISDN and WAN
  • Network patch leads and the clean-up of existing data cabinets
  • Network testing and fault identification


Send through a detailed resume to myself at shane@edscabling.com.au for consideration.


Please see below brief company description for E.D.S Cabling:


Established in 2009, E.D.S Cabling is a Melbourne based Electrical and Data Services Company. We provide cabling services to all commercial industries including retail, private businesses, healthcare, education and hospitality.


We aim to assist our customers to understand the services that we provide, in order to best suit your existing business needs and future growth requirements.


E.D.S Cabling has close relationships with all of our suppliers so you enjoy the best value and the latest cabling solutions and products.


All of E.D.S Cabling’s technicians are fully accredited A grade electricians



1st Year
2nd Year
3rd Year

Apprentice - Electronic Service Technician

Hitec Solutions is a leader in the supply, installation and servicing of Austco Nurse Call, Integriti Access Control and Dahua CCTV solutions within the Aged and Healthcare Industries.

Due to continued growth we have an immediate requirement for an Apprentice Electronic Service Technician to join our team. 

This role would suit a student nearing the end of their study or someone wishing to move into the electronic field service industry. We believe this is a great career opportunity for the right individual.

If this role is something you are passionate about, but have limited experience, don't hesitate to apply as we would still like to speak with you. On the job training will be provided across various technologies.

Located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, we provide a great working environment along with an excellent salary package including fully maintained vehicle, laptop and mobile phone.


Responsibilities of the role include:

  • On the job training with experienced technicians to get exposure and learn from  technologies
  • Assist with Preventative Maintenance work at customer sites
  • Assisting with workshop assembly work if required
  • Assist with running and terminating cables in a variety of building environments.


The successful application would possess the following:

  • Self motivated, reliable and honest individual.
  • Some level of basic electronics, including understanding of current, voltage and resistance.
  • Some knowledge of Networking and understanding of IP technologies
  • Solid PC skills in Windows/Unix environments
  • An excellent work ethic with a strong focus on client satisfaction.
  • A positive attitude, well presented and take pride in their work.
  • Ability to work autonomously and in a team environment.
  • Excellent personal communication skills
  • Current drivers license
  • Be available for rotating on-call roster (every 6-8 weeks)
  • Relevant Industry licenses/Certifications (eg. Police Check Aged Care).
  • As we operate in the Aged and Healthcare sector, COVID-19 Vaccinations are required by the Department Health and Human Services Victoria.

If the above role sounds perfect for you, Apply Now by sending your updated CV through to  info@hitecsolutions.com.au




1st Year
2nd Year
3rd Year

Apprentice - Electronic Service Technician

Hitec Solutions is a leader in the supply, installation and servicing of Austco Nurse Call, Integriti Access Control and Dahua CCTV solutions within the Aged and Healthcare Industries.

Due to continued growth we have an immediate requirement for an Apprentice Electronic Service Technician to join our team. 

This role would suit a student nearing the end of their study or someone wishing to move into the electronic field service industry. We believe this is a great career opportunity for the right individual.

If this role is something you are passionate about, but have limited experience, don't hesitate to apply as we would still like to speak with you. On the job training will be provided across various technologies.

Located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, we provide a great working environment along with an excellent salary package including fully maintained vehicle, laptop and mobile phone.


Responsibilities of the role include:

  • On the job training with experienced technicians to get exposure and learn from  technologies
  • Assist with Preventative Maintenance work at customer sites
  • Assisting with workshop assembly work if required
  • Assist with running and terminating cables in a variety of building environments.


The successful application would possess the following:

  • Self motivated, reliable and honest individual.
  • Some level of basic electronics, including understanding of current, voltage and resistance.
  • Some knowledge of Networking and understanding of IP technologies
  • Solid PC skills in Windows/Unix environments
  • An excellent work ethic with a strong focus on client satisfaction.
  • A positive attitude, well presented and take pride in their work.
  • Ability to work autonomously and in a team environment.
  • Excellent personal communication skills
  • Current drivers license
  • Be available for rotating on-call roster (every 6-8 weeks)
  • Relevant Industry licenses/Certifications (eg. Police Check Aged Care).
  • As we operate in the Aged and Healthcare sector, COVID-19 Vaccinations are required by the Department Health and Human Services Victoria.

If the above role sounds perfect for you, Apply Now by sending your updated CV through to  info@hitecsolutions.com.au


Commercial Chef


Commercial Chef

Cook (Men's Residential Rehabilitation Centre)

Ngwala Willumbong Aboriginal Corporation
Melbourne • CBD & Inner Suburbs
Indigenous & Multicultural Services (Community Services & Development)
Full time

This position is advertised as a Special Measures position and accordingly Ngwala preferences Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicants in the selection process for this position.  

About Us

Ngwala Willumbong Aboriginal Corporation is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation that is dedicated to delivering quality specialist Alcohol and Drug Treatment, Housing and Homeless and other services to meet the needs of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People and their families. Our services operate across Victoria.

About the Job 

You will manage all aspects of food delivery to all clients, during their stay at Galiamble, the Men's Residential Rehabilitation Centre in St Kilda. 

This includes providing high quality and nutritious meals in a safe and hygienic environment, whilst also catering to individual dietary and cultural requirements. Your typical day will include planning and preparing meals within the budget, reviewing menus and discussing client feedback on meals provided as the women work towards their goals of rehabilitation.

About the Details

  • Full time - Monday to Friday
  • NFP Salary Packaging Benefits up to $15,900
  • Health Professionals and Support Services Award 2010

About You 

  • Experience as a cook and/or a relevant qualification (eg. cookery, food preparation, catering etc)
  • Passion for producing quality, wholesome and satisfying food
  • Ability to provide varied and nutritional menus and knowledge of kitchen maintenance procedures
  • Knowledge and understanding of indigenous history and/or culture and commitment to the indigenous community
  • Be comfortable working independently as well as in a team
  • Able to develop positive relationships with clients and work within a stressful environment
  • Great interpersonal communication and self-management skills

To Apply 

Please provide the following to apply:

  • A cover letter outlining why you would be a great fit for this role
  • A resume which outlines your educational and employment background

Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete pre-employment checks including:

  • Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination in accordance with the Chief Health Officers requirements
  • Police Check
  • Working with Children Check

Employer questions

Your application will include the following questions:
  • Do you have experience working with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island communities?
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
  • Do you have a current Police Check (National Police Certificate) for employment?
  • Which of the following statements best describes your Covid-19 vaccination status?
  • Which of the following culinary arts qualifications have you obtained?
  • Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?

Delivery Driver

Delivery Driver

PFD Food Services

NOW HIRING - Casual Delivery Drivers (Weekdays)

  • Weekday shifts between 5am-6pm, opportunity for overtime.
  • Based in Knoxfield.
  • Car licence required (manual advantageous).
  • Local food deliveries to pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants, driving PFD’s smaller trucks and utes.
  • Opportunity to flex up to full time hours over holidays.
  • Better than a retail or hospitality gig!
  • $25.22 base hourly rate + 22.5% casual loading

To apply visit: https://careers.pfdfoods.com.au/jobs/delivery-driver-vic-metro-vic-australia-67672281-cb61-4de1-9172-23ee32f9af7d

For any queries, contact Lee Orchard, Operations Manager lorchard@pfdfoods.com.au



1st Year


Our team is looking for YOU!!

We provide all levels of service and maintenance plumbing across Metropolitan Melbourne. We are

currently looking for apprentices of any level to join our fantastic team!

Salary: In-line with award

Hours: 7am - 3:30pm - some overtime will be required at times

Location: Our office is located in Vermont, however our jobs cover metropolitan Melbourne

Monthly mobile phone allowance included

Driver’s licence is required

We are a well established continually growing business, servicing some big name clients. We have a

great team, regular breakfast meetings and offer ongoing training and support

If you feel this is for you, please email your resume to vermont@electriclandplumbing.obrien.com.au

Aged Care


Aged Care

Exciting job opportunities are available with a reputable catering company for enthusiastic and reliable individuals to

join our Aged Care catering team.

These positions are situated within Aged Care facilities in the

South-Eastern region.

Customer experience in the Aged Care industry is



- Flexible hours are required to fulfill this role

- Unsupervised Contact Police Check

- Full vaccination for COVID-19 and influenza

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/ c a r e e r s

To set up an interview call Danali on 03 9758 7300 or send

your resume to hr@contemporarycatering.com.au




Position Description

Title                : Kitchen Assistant

Reports to    : Chef / Chef Manager


Position Summary

The Kitchen Assistant is employed to assist the Chef in all kitchen operations in a safe and efficient manner supporting and promoting our quality and safety culture. To assist with the preparation and deliver high quality food and dining room service for clients, residents and customers. The Kitchen Assistant must ensure that all tasks are performed with due regard for Health and Safety, Quality and Food Safety regulations.


Contemporary Catering Values and Culture

Contemporary Catering operates with PROFESSIONAL INTEGRITY. We will treat all staff, suppliers,

contractors, clients and residents with dignity and respect. Contemporary Catering endeavors to foster COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS AND TEAM WORK by striving to work together to create personal and professional growth within others and in accordance with the company’s performance and growth.

Our aim is to provide a quality CUSTOMER SERVICE FOCUS by generating a professional and friendly

service. All staff are to take on RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE QUALITY to produce actions that achieve the best result possible for Contemporary Catering, clients, residents and staff.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Assist the Chef – preparation of food, serving of food and meals, checking delivered stock as

requested, re-heating and light cooking duties as requested.

• Delivering a high standard of customer care and service to residents and clients when delivering

food service and during interactions with client site staff and residents.

• Maintain an open friendly attitude when dealing with all residents at all times.

Other Kitchen duties may include:-

- Light cooking duties including making sandwiches, chopping food for and mixing up salads,

making porridge, etc.

- Cleaning duties – dishes, trolleys, cooking equipment, tables, chairs

• Work with colleagues and clients – communicate effectively in the workplace, maintain personal presentation standards, work effectively in a team.

• Follow all company policies and procedures

• Buddy duties – where nominated, act as a buddy to new employees

• Where nominated: review completed food safety records and complete corrective actions

• Where nominated: update the dietary advice summary and other administrative duties

• Other duties and responsibilities may be required as determined with your manager from time to time.


Food Preparation

• To prepare and present food products according to the standards set by management, whilst maintaining consistent product quality and service. To ensure all food is handled in the “danger zone” for an absolute minimum amount of time. i.e. Between 5 degrees – 60 degrees.

• Cooked food must be heated to above 75 degrees.

• Hot food must be kept above 60 degrees.

• Cold food must be kept below 5 degrees.

• To ensure that all food preparation is done in a tidy manner with washing and sanitising of tools, equipment and work surfaces after each daily task and that disposable gloves are worn and replaced for each task.


Food Storage

• You must ensure all food products being delivered are checked for damage and correct temperatures and any suspect products reported immediately to the Chef/Manager.

• You must ensure all food products that pass delivery inspection are stored immediately according to product storage requirements.

• To ensure all food products are stored in correct storage temperatures (as stated above).

• To ensure foods are stored correctly in the area allocated.

• Therefore: stock should be rotated and raw food must not come into contact with cooked food.

• All suspected products must be reported to Chef/Manager.


Personal Hygiene/Personal Presentation

• To reduce risk of food contamination and to present a professional image.

• Hair must be neatly trimmed, tied back and with a net or hat worn.

• Fingernails should be manicured and clean.

• Hands must be washed frequently, especially after eating, toilet or nasal contact.

• Gastroenteritis or stomach illness must be reported to management.

• No smoking in food areas.

• Uniforms must be cleaned, ironed and in good condition or repair.

• Sensible, sturdy footwear must be worn in a good condition or repair.


Kitchen Hygiene

• Hands must be washed frequently e.g. before and after handling food, after toilet or meal breaks and nasal contact.

• Avoid touching your face, nose, hair or licking fingers whilst preparing food, gloves should be worn where possible.

• All cuts/abrasions to be covered (if on hands gloves to be worn at all times).

• Use tongs or gloves to handle food products.

• Perishable goods must be stored correctly in fridge/freezer.

• Do not store cooked and raw foods together.

• Maintain benches, utensils in a clean condition.

• Sanitise all work areas at the end of each day.

• Perishable foods not to be left on the bench.

• Dishes to be washed in dishwasher or in hot soapy water, then dried.

• Dishwasher to be drained and filter cleaned daily.

• Floor must be swept, mopped and hosed regularly.


Health and Safety Accountabilities

• Report any workplace safety issues and injuries, accidents or risks verbally and in writing on the appropriate incident and hazard form.

• Apply safety policies and procedures in the workplace

• Ensuring that safe work practices are followed and required PPE is used

• Actively promote a strong safety culture by being actively engaged in the workplace following safe behaviours and practices


Quality Responsibilities

• Implement all food safety requirements

• Perform all food safety checks, record keeping, temperature controls

• Report any workplace issues such as maintenance or food recordings in the danger zone, verbally and in writing.

• Conduct recordings of equipment and food temperatures and cleaning schedules

• Ensure effective cleaning and sanitation of all utensils, equipment, premises, etc

• Ensure effective staff personnel hygiene practices are adhered to

• Premises, equipment and pest control monitoring and, where applicable, reporting of defects

• Store, prep, cook, cool, reheat, modify, serve food in accordance with the HACCP principles

Qualifications / Education / Experience

• Food Safety Level 1 – HLTSE001 – Follow Basic Food Safety Practices – preferred qualification

• Sound knowledge of kitchen hygiene and safe food practices

• Demonstrated understanding of providing food service standards in Aged Care environment


Key Competencies

• Communication skills commensurate with the position

• Ability to work independently as directed and as a member of a team.

• Displays initiative and ability to perform all the tasks required

• Communication and interpersonal skills

• Ability to deliver high standards of customer service and quality work in tight time frames


Physical Demands

• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is required to stand and walk. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 5kgs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

• Working in a commercial kitchen environment with heat and steam, fryers, ovens, toasters, mixers, dishwashers and other cooking and cleaning equipment. Ability to use all kitchen equipment safely.

• Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Work Environment

• Contemporary Catering undertakes food service 7 days a week, 365 days per year in Aged Care facilities, including public holidays.

• Employees are required to be available to work during core / peak operating times as well as some early morning / evening work that may fall outside of these times.

• All incumbents may occasionally be required to work additional hours to ensure that the service is fully staffed

• Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

To apply please email t.verenga@boxhill.edu.au and attention Tate

Refrigeration Air-conditioning Engineer


1st Year
Refrigeration Air-conditioning Engineer

1st Year Apprentice HVAC Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technician

Service Air Conditioning Melbourne P/L is a well-established, air conditioning and refrigeration company providing design, installation, repair and maintenance services for predominantly commercial and industrial systems, but also with some domestic work, across the CBD and metropolitan Melbourne.

The company has earned an outstanding reputation for combining unparalleled customer service and quality workmanship with cutting edge solutions involving the world's most reputable brands. A fully licensed refrigeration and electrical contractor, the company prides itself on the broad experience and technical skills of its team that have underpinned the strong growth phase currently being experienced.

We are offering a refrigeration apprenticeship to the right applicant.


Already enrolled in school and have started their apprenticeship.

Current driver’s license.

The successful applicant must possess good organisational skills, willingness to learn along with a reliable, honest work ethic and a positive team player.

Remuneration will be based on the award for the industry.




Kwik Kopy Corporate Print & Design – Ringwood
Rewarding Full Time Role
Well respected national brand

We are a well-established print and design centre in Ringwood. We are seeking a Graphic Artist / Digital Operator who is capable of running digital print production and interact with clients.

The role is primarily preparing finished art and computer files for download to print, as well as the capability of transforming ideas into designs.

The candidate would also have a basic understanding of current Web Design Practices & experience with Digital Media (interactive PDF).

You must have:

• Qualifications in graphic design;
• Prepress skills;
• Strong verbal communication skills, including the ability to communicate and sell design concepts to clients and to work alongside existing and new clients;
• Excellent organisational skills, including the ability to follow a work flow and manage multiple jobs;
• Willingness to learn production – digital, large format and finishing;
• Enthusiasm, passion for design, initiative and be a team player.
• Strong Understanding of the Adobe Creative Suite (Acrobat, Illustrator, Photoshop, In-Design)

We offer on the job training in systems and procedures, a friendly working environment with the opportunity to prove your talents, develop your skills and become an integral part of Kwik Kopy Ringwood. We offer a competitive remuneration for this role.

To apply for this full time position please email your resume to Silvana.pannunzio@gmail.com





The Food and Beverage Attendant supports the Food and Beverage Service team by performing support duties

including the set up of food and beverage outlets, maintaining food and beverage equipment and providing a

unique guest experience for all BHI customers.

The position of Cafeteria Assistant is responsible for daily cafeteria operations at Box Hill Institute Cafeterias at

the Elgar, Nelson and Lilydale Campuses. This position is responsible for working professionally with people across

the BHI including students, staff and members of the public.

Lilydale Lakeside Campus is a fully transformed state of the art facility, which also includes vocational and higher

education programs, an Integrated Childcare Centre, a leading edge Tech School, a Biosecurity Centre of

Excellence, a Community Living Library and a range of facilities catering to the community needs.

Please see attachment for the rest of the job vacancy.



1st Year
2nd Year
3rd Year

Apprentice carpenter needed - 1st, 2nd, 3rd year

Please see attachment.

Automotive Mechanic


1st Year
2nd Year
3rd Year
Automotive Mechanic

2nd or 3rd Year Apprentice Mechanic (Automatic Transmissions)

At N and V Automatics we are a family-owned business, specialising in Automatic Transmissions. We keep up to date with all the latest vehicles and are well equipped to work on all makes and models.

We are in Seaford and are currently looking for (preferred but not essential) a 2nd or 3rd Year Apprentice, who is eager to learn and is highly motivated to join our mechanical team.

Our business has had substantial growth in the last twelve months, and to keep up with customer demand we are looking for a new employee to join our team.

We are looking for:

·         A highly motivated individual who can show leadership and initiative.

·         Previous experience working in the Australian Motor Industry on all makes of vehicles.

·         Be able to work independently and be able to diagnose problems on vehicles and report on them.

·         Must be an enthusiastic individual who has a keen interest in vehicles.

·         Display high attention to detail.

·         You will be required to work some overtime.


·         Valid Australian drivers’ license (preferred)

·         Previous mechanical work experience

·         Genuine interest and passion for cars

Early Childhood Educator


Early Childhood Educator

TeamKids is an employer of choice in the OSHC industry. 

We deliver remarkable Before, After and Holiday Programs to children in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, ACT and the Gold Coast, every day. Working at TeamKids, is a bit like being part of an extended family. 

We nurture and help you grow your professional career, all while helping you to realise your true potential. You’ll get to work with an amazing and talented group of people who genuinely have the child’s welfare at the heart. 

Our main programs are for children aged 5-12 and are largely based out of Primary Schools. We also offer ELC programs at select services. 

Our Before and After Care programs generally operate from 7am to 9am in the mornings and from 3:30pm to 6pm in the afternoons throughout the school year during term time. 

Our School Holiday Programs generally operate Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm throughout 12 weeks of the year that coincide with the state school holiday periods.

 We are passionate about bringing life to experiences that are fun, safe, and as enjoyable as possible. 

TeamKids is a sector leader, and the only provider with a low ratio of 1:10. 

Working at TeamKids, you’ll gain valuable work experience and the ability to grow through our professional development program, with key networking opportunities that can help take your career to the next level. 

We look forward to welcoming you to the team.

Please see attached document for the application process.

Animal Studies


Animal Studies

POSITION VACANT                                                     




"Australia's Most Venomous" (AMV) is a venomous wildlife education and conservation program which will be introduced to primary schools in Victoria. I need an enthusiastic, outgoing person to assist with the sourcing and collection of wildlife exhibits for the program. The position would suit a person who is currently studying zoology, wildlife biology, or animal studies. However, I will consider other applicants who can demonstrate a thorough knowledge of Australian wildlife. I need a person who is self-driven with excellent communication skills.

Duties will include:

·         Compiling a detailed list of required AMV venomous wildlife exhibits.

·         Researching the availability, locality, and source of potential exhibits.

·         Communicating with relevant zoos, wildlife parks, universities, museums to organise the acquisition of exhibits.

·         Organising the logistics associated with the transport storage and display of exhibits.

·         Other duties as directed.

This is a rare opportunity to be involved in a unique wildlife education program. Further AMV wildlife related employment opportunities may arise for the right candidate in due course.

APPLICATIONS: Email CV/Resume to  Tate on t.verenga@boxhill.edu.au

Security Equipment Engineer


1st Year
Security Equipment Engineer

Barwon Security – Technician / Apprentice

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated & hardworking individual to join our fast-growing team as a Senior Technician. Barwon Security is Geelong’s most trusted Security company with over 40 years’ experience, and we have earned a reputation for our high standard of workmanship and are recognized as a major security supplier in the region.  

We are looking for a Senior Security Technician who is motivated, keen and has had prior experience in the security industry including cabling and fitting off electronic and or electrical equipment. 

To be successful in this role you will require the following or be in the process of achieving:

  • A Security Installer License, Working with Children’s Check, Working at Heights, Red/White Card & Drivers License 
  • Confidence and experience with installing, programming, commissioning and servicing different Security Alarm, CCTV & Intercom systems including brands such as Hills, Bosch, Dahua, Hikvision & Tecom
  • Have prior experience with cabling and fitting off 
  • Be motivated and willing to learn 




1st Year

Electrical Apprentice


At Power Plus Electrical and Maintenance we believe in providing training and support to our employees and apprentices to ensure we develop the best electricians of the future. Our business objectives are to maintain a one team culture and provide exceptional customer service. We provide electrical services to all industries including domestic, commercial and industrial

We are excited to be expanding and are looking to hire an eager and enthusiastic first year electrical apprentice. You will have a can do attitude and be enthusiastic to learn and take on new challenges. In exchange we will provide you with the environment, support and foundation to develop in to a skilled electrician

You must:
-           Have your own car, Victorian driver license and be willing to drive to job         sites
-           Have a Victorian Construction Induction card (White Card) or                              complete/obtain before start date
-           Legally allowed to work in Australia
-           Be willing to learn, have a can do attitude and be interested in all aspects       of electrical

The following are not essential but highly desirable
-           Commenced pre-apprenticeship
-           Pre-apprenticeship educator reference
-           Previous work experience in a customer service or technical role

If you are an enthusiast future electrician then forward your resume to t.verenga@boxhill.edu.au

Automotive Mechanic


Automotive Mechanic

About the business and the role

 Established in 2008, Stealth Electric Bikes has grown into a world wide phenomenon. With new e-bikes and mobility products currently in development, we are looking for new, highly motivated members to join our team. This is your opportunity to join a highly skilled work force with further opportunities available in design, engineering and management as they become available.

Please find full job advertisement attached..

Home & Community Care


Home & Community Care

Positions for Care Companions at Mercy Health Aged Care in Montrose are currently available. There are multiple positions for candidates who have completed or are working towards a qualification in Aged Care or Individual Support. The centre is at Mercy Health Care, a newly refurbished Aged Care Centre located in Montrose and we have 7 days a week, casual, part time and full shifts available for the right applicants.   Shifts are 7.00am to 3.00pm, 4.00pm to 9.00pm. 


If you are interested in applying please forward your resume t.verenga@boxhill.edu.au.


Home & Community Care


Home & Community Care

About Home Instead:

Home Instead is a specialist provider of high-quality in-home care, supporting older people to continue living independently in their own homes with care, companionship, and support.

We are seeking reliable, empathetic, and compassionate In-Home CAREGivers for a number of clients located within the inner east and surroundings. You could be looking to work while you study, working in your chosen career in In-Home Care - Aged Care.

What's on offer our CAREGivers:

• The opportunity to make a lasting difference in people’s life • Flexible hours including weekends, morning, and evening work • Comprehensive on-going training program • A supportive team local to you • 24-hour support from our office • Above Award hourly rates

Essential Requirements:

• Australian drivers Licence is required • Willing to obtain Police Check • Located within the inner east and surrounding suburbs areas • Available to work a minimum of 15-20 hours per week and flexible availability

We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to the Home Instead Inner East Team soon!

If you would like to apply please email your resume and coverletter to t.verenga@boxhill.edu.au and attention Tate

Aged Care


Aged Care

Flexi Support are currently looking to employ Home Care Support Workers/PCA's within the Disability and Aged Care sectors.

Flexi support is looking for students who have completed:

  • Certificate III in Individual Support
  • Certificate IV in Aging Support
  • Certificate IV in Disability
  • Diploma of Nursing

For the full job description please see the attachment.

Home & Community Care


Home & Community Care

Mercy Health Home Care Services are currently seeking Casual Home Care Workers to support their clients in both the North and North Western suburbs of Melbourne, including (not limited to) Greensborough, Eltham, Brunswick, Mernda, Mill Park, Doreen, Heidelberg and Ivanhoe.


They support their clients to live independently at home by providing respite, personal care, domestic assistance, and assisted shopping and meal preparation. These positions are ideal for students who are looking for flexible, casual work both while studying and after graduation.


Please see current Position Description attached. 


Individual Support


Individual Support


Seeking Qualified and Experienced Personal Care Assistants

You must have completed Cert III or IV in Aged Care as a minimum.

About the role:

* Achieve high quality support to residents with their daily living activities.
* Uphold company values of honesty, teamwork, respect, dignity and accountability.
* Provide excellent customer service.
* Ensure health and safety laws are adhered to at all times.

Duties for a PCA

  • Attend residents with personal hygiene.
  • Attend room service.

·         Assist with feeding as required.

·         Serve meals.

·         Complete progress notes and other daily documentation

·         Attend laundry service.

  • Assisting clients with personal hygiene and getting dressed
  • Assisting clients with housekeeping or other daily errands
  • Providing companionship and emotional support
  • Observing and reporting on changes in the health or status of the client
  • Taking vitals, height, and weight
  • Preparing food and feeding clients
  • Maintaining clients' health equipment
  • Responding to emergency situations
  • Administering medication


Skills and experience:

* Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
* Enjoys working in a close team environment.
* Reliable, flexible and able to commit to a variety of shifts.
* Certificate III in Aged Care (or equivalent).
* 12 months previous experience within Aged Care (desired but not essential).
* Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident to apply.
* Applicants must have a valid police clearance.
* Must have proof of having had the influenza vaccination

If you have excellent communication skills and have a friendly and caring nature 





Casual Wait Staff 

The award-winning Oakridge restaurant is looking for passionate and enthusiastic front of house staff, who have a genuine interest in food and wine. Nestled in the heart of the Yarra Valley with stunning vista’s of the vineyard & surrounding hills, the hatted restaurant is celebrated for showcasing the best local produce and native Australian ingredients. The vibrant kitchen garden also provides inspiration for our ever-evolving, hyper local, seasonal menu and supports our sustainability message that begins with the growing of our vines. As a team we pride ourselves on creating an environment that is relaxed, friendly and supportive with a focus on great guest experiences. Oakridge is looking for motivated individuals to join the team who are willing to immerse themselves in the story of the winery starting with the Oakridge wines and food. As we are open for lunch five days a week, the Oakridge restaurant presents a unique opportunity to work during the day with the occasional evening event. While similar experience in a hatted restaurant or winery is preferred it is not essential, we are ready to coach anyone that wants to learn. 

Please see attachement for full job description.

Early Childhood Educator


Early Childhood Educator

  1. Looking for a motivated, energetic and passionate room leader/lead educator to join the team at Busy Bees at Doncaster East

-          Cert 3 or a diploma.

-          5 days/week

-          Supportive team environment

-          Up to 95% discount on own children fee

For further enquiries please email us on manager@doncastereast.busybees.edu.au

Phone: 86581064


  1. Looking for a motivated, energetic and passionate Early Childhood Teacher to join the team at Busy Bees at Doncaster East

-          5 days/week

-          Supportive team environment

-          Up to 95% discount on own children fee

For further enquiries please email us on manager@doncastereast.busybees.edu.au

Phone: 86581064




A great position with a sheet metal company in Bayswater who specialise in Lasercutting, Bending, Fabrication and Welding.

Attached is their brochure and website which is www.newtouchind.com.au for further information on the company.

 The employer offers the following benefits:

  • Supportive, friendly & fun working environment
  • Paid day off for your birthday, with gift card
  • Rostered Days Off
  • Promote from within policy
  • Pay for schooling initiative 
  • Training provided
  • Uniforms provided after 6 month probationary is successfully completed

If you are looking for a new exciting career please see the attached brochure.






Head Gardener for Maintenance Team at Sam Egan Gardens, Box Hill South

  • Full time
  • Monday to Friday – 40 hrs per week
  • Immediate start

Sam Egan Gardens is a well-established residential garden maintenance business servicing the inner suburbs of Melbourne. We require a responsible head gardener who wants to work for a progressive company, that is well systemised and with a close-knit supportive environment.

Your new role will provide:

  • Opportunity to grow with an expanding company
  • Monday to Friday - 40hrs per week
  • Friendly and supportive team environment
  • Opportunity to learn and develop through on the job training
  • Above award salary package

We require you to have:

  • A formal qualification in horticulture is preferred; however experience in garden maintenance is essential
  • Good knowledge of plants and pests and diseases
  • An eye for detail and quality workmanship
  • Experience liaising with clients
  • Manual drivers licence

To learn more about Sam Egan Gardens please go to our website : www.samegangardens.com.au, Instagram @sam.egan.gardens or Facebook @samegangardens.com.au


Cabinet Maker


1st Year
2nd Year
Cabinet Maker

 Cabinets Making Company based in Moorabbin, due to growth of their business, they are current looking for qualified cabinet makers to join their company.

Please see below for details:


  • Immediate start to the successful applicant
  • Full-time role from Monday to Friday 
  • Part -time at less working 3 days a week
  • Main job is to assemble cabinets


Essential Skills & Experience:

  • Qualification in Cabinet making/Joinery
  • Familiar with power tool/hand tools
  • Able to use panel saw preferred
  • Problem solving skills & an eye for detail


Candidates can forward their CV to: sales@grandcabinets.com.au


If you have any question, please contact me on 0420 295 778. If not answered please leave message.


Early Childhood Educator


Early Childhood Educator

Job Brief 


We have a lot of casual opportunities in the market available and would love to increase our candidate pool, whilst helping educators get experience and work in areas suitable to them in Before and After School Care


Why work in Before & After School Care?


Flexible hours - You choose when you’re available for work via our app!

Competitive hourly rates and you get paid weekly 

Randstad employee benefits - discounts at a range of retailers and wellness providers


A typical day working in Before & After School Care


Shifts  are between 7am - 9am or 2pm - 6pm during school term and between the hours of 6am to 6pm in school holidays.

Supervising & interacting with primary school aged children in outdoor and indoor activities

Assisting other staff in engaging in programs that are both fun and educational and setting up activities for the children to use that day.

Offering a safe and secure environment for children to play and develop


About you:


Willing to travel to different locations around your area - 1 hour via public transport and 30 mins via car.

Motivation to work with primary aged children and participate in quality and engaging activities

Australian work rights and a willingness to obtain your valid state based Working With Children Check (we will help you with this process if you don’t have one)


If you are interested in this amazing opportunity please call me on 0386307455, alternatively you can reach me on candidatecarevicoshc@randstad.com.au 

Looking forward to hearing from you


Customer Experience Assistant


Customer Experience Assistant

Entry level Customer Service! No

Experience Need

Smart User Melbourne Eastern Suburbs Call Centre & Customer Service Customer Service - Call Centre $45,000 - $59,999 Full time About Smart User & Silicon Lighting Smart User & Silicon Lighting (VEU Accredited Person) participates in the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program to deliver energy efficiency improvements which are more affordable for consumers, and reduces their long term energy consumption. Our accreditation can be found at the Victorian Energy Upgrades. We have helped over 200,000 homes and businesses save energy by using more energy efficient products and changed over 2 Million inefficient globes to LEDs under VEU program. The Role The role is to contact the customers that have been allocated to you, and make a booking for installation appointments of the company products. Also, provide the customer with more information and benefits of our services & products. What you would do You're daily tasks will include:  Contact customers to make a booking for installation appointments  Provide more information of our services when needed  Confirm details of installation & requirements  Create appropriate work schedules for installers to follow through

 Document all relevant information on the CRM to provide clear instruction for installers What's in it for you? Smart User & Silicon Lighting Scheduler offers the following to our team members:  Full-time position  A friendly, supportive environment where you can enjoy going to work each day.  No work experience requirements at all! We welcome “YOU" to join our team!  The ability to complete your tasks as an individual as well as working as a team  Constant support to grow, develop and progress as an individual.  GUARANTEED of promotion in less than 3 months, if you work performance is excellent. Career Opportunities  Team Leader  Assistant Manager  Project Manager  Operation Manager  State Operation Manager How to Apply Please get in touch. We would love to hear from candidates who feel they are the right fit to join our team. Further Information please find the attach link below : https://smartuser.com.au




Entry-Level Admin Needed !!

Smart User


Eastern Suburbs

Administration & Office Support

Administrative Assistants

$45,000 - $59,999


Full time

About Smart User & Silicon Lighting

Smart User & Silicon Lighting (VEU Accredited Person) participates in the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program to deliver energy efficiency improvements which are more affordable for consumers, and reduces their long term energy consumption. Our accreditation can be found at the Victorian Energy Upgrades. We have helped over 200,000 homes and businesses save energy by using more energy efficient products and changed over 2 Million inefficient globes to LEDs under VEU program.

The Role


With the fast growth of company business, we are currently seeking numbers of new member to undertake full - time role in our friendly team

What you would do


You're daily tasks will include:

·        General admin duties

·        Answering Incoming phone calls

·        Demonstrate customer experience service

·        Daily communication with installation team


Company Requirements

·        No requirements or experiences needed

·        Full trainings are provided

·        Full-time position

·        Perfect starting position for anyone who aims to gain more professional experience


What's in it for you?

Smart User & Silicon Lighting Administration/Compliance offers the following to our team members:

·        A friendly, supportive environment where you can enjoy going to work each day.

·        Constant support to grow, develop and progress as an individual.

·        Monday to Friday business hours with excellent work-life balance

·        Step-by-step coaching and development plan catered to your specialties

·        We value work ethics and potential 100 times higher than qualifications or previous work experience

·        If you work hard, you are GUARANTEED of promotion in less than 3 months

·        Chance to work in a rapidly growing and high-tech company - Opportunities everywhere

·        Possibility for a brighter and greener future.


How to Apply

Please get in touch. We would love to hear from candidates who feel they are the right fit to join our team.

Further Information please find the attach link below :



Nursery Worker


Nursery Worker

Can Do Landscapes – Winner of Holmesglen Employer of the year 2021.


Melbourne based landscape construction company focusing on residential projects across the inner and eastern suburbs of Melbourne. The company is known for particular focus on paving, retaining walls, decks and turf as well as offering all other aspects of landscape construction. Due to the demand of upcoming jobs we have vacancies for committed people looking to begin or continue their career in landscape construction. To see gallery of works please visit our Instagram page -


 Can Do Landscapes (@candolandscapes) • Instagram photos and videos 



About the role


Can Do Landscapes is seeking a 1st or 2nd year Apprentice for full time employment. We require genuine starters who will be working closely with a qualified landscaper, leading a small team, who can understand and enjoy the physical nature of landscape construction.


Due to working in a small team, there will be more opportunity to refine and develop skills under the guidance of more experienced Landscapers.


Can Do Landscapes strives for a positive work culture of inclusivity and safety.


To be successful you must have a current drivers license and reliable vehicle. 


Please email why you think this is the job for you, together with a resume.


Immediate start for the right candidate post trial period. Normal work hours are 7am – 3.30pm Monday – Friday with occasional overtime.


 Uniform and potential work vehicle available once probation period ends.


About the candidate


• Reliable and punctual


• Able to work in a team


• Physically fit and able


• Effective communicator


• Eager to learn


• High Attention to detail


• Can Do attitude



Dean Oliver

Can Do Landscapes 

0409 011 709


See attached PD for more information.

Individual Support


Individual Support

At present Alliance Community have part-time and casual positions available and are actively seeking reliable, dedicated domestic assistants and Support Workers to join our team in Geelong, east and southern suburbs of Melbourne. As a Support worker or domestic assistant, they will be providing essential support to help our clients to remain independent and living in their own homes.


Tasks and Responsibilities can include

  • Assistance with Daily Living
  • General cleaning/housekeeping 
  • Personal care assistance 
  • Transportation
  • Community Engagement
  • Respite
  • Companionship 

What's in it for the students?

  • Pay rates: $26/hr permanent-part time and minimum 8hrs/week work available plus KM Reimbursement when travelling between clients
  • Flexibility in working hours
  • Training & development opportunities (including free access to our online training)
  • Fully supportive team who will recognise the hard work you do

 What's required to do the role?

  • Must be willing to travel between client homes throughout your shift
  • A Driver’s License with reliable vehicle
  • Must have, or be willing to obtain: Police Check – completed within the last 12 months, Paid Working with Children’s Check, Flu Vax, Covid Vax(3) & industry related references

NOTE: To work as a domestic assistant no qualifications are required but the students should be willing to undergo police clearance, paid working with children check and must have current driving license, Flu Vax and Covid Vax (3). Students working as domestic assistance will be promoted to support worker roles once they receive their certification in their enrolled course. The above-mentioned documents must be available on-hand when getting in touch with us. This is to ensure making the onboarding process fast and easy but will also guarantee an immediate start.

To apply please email your resume to:  Charu.Rohatgi@alliancecommunity.com.au