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Are You a Passionate Family Lawyer Ready to Elevate Your Career in Vibrant Toowoomba?

Are you a seasoned Family Lawyer with over six years of post-admission experience? Do you have the ambition to become a future leader in your field? Our client, a trailblazing and progressive mid-tier law firm in Toowoomba, is opening its doors for an individual like you.

Nestled in the heart of Toowoomba, our client is a full-service law firm experiencing an exciting growth phase. Known for punching above its weight, they offer an abundance of opportunity, career progression, and an enviable work-life balance. They stand out for their exceptional client service, commitment to quality, and a workplace culture that's both collaborative and uplifting.

Join a firm where you'll handle a diverse range of family law matters, working closely with a Director who not only excels in family law but also holds a Masters in Applied Family Law. This role promises a client-centric work environment brimming with meaningful and impactful work. Your career will have room to grow, with opportunities for future leadership roles.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • delivering superior legal services to clients.
  • preparing documentation for courts and tribunals.
  • managing legal files meticulously.
  • engaging with clients and business partners.
  • briefing and working closely with counsel.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • a minimum of 6 years PAE in family law, ready to elevate your career.
  • an ambitious and skilled professional with leadership potential.
  • strong technical knowledge to provide sound family law advice.
  • a dedication to exceptional client service and strong client relationship management.
  • a friendly personality coupled with excellent communication skills.
  • experience using LEAP legal software.

What you'll receive:

  • generous base salary reflecting your experience.
  • access to external professional development, including FDRP registration and accreditation support.
  • a chance to thrive in a positive, client-focused, and collaborative team atmosphere.
  • full-time or part-time hours, with flexible work arrangements that could include work-from-home days and casual Fridays.

Toowoomba offers a lifestyle second to none. Known as the 'Garden City,' it's a blend of cultural and natural beauty with the conveniences of urban living. The Darling Downs region provides a serene backdrop, perfect for balancing a rewarding career with a fulfilling personal life.

This is a permanent full-time position. Be part of a firm that values high-quality work, innovation, and a supportive environment. If you're ready for a new chapter in a place where your work matters, we want to hear from you.

For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32272.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Toowoomba, QLD
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 21-02-2024
Job ID: 32272

Join Whitefox Recruitment as a Senior Receptionist and Forge a Bright Career!

At Whitefox Recruitment, the Gold Coast's multi-award-winning firm, we pride ourselves on bridging the gap between ambition and opportunity, transforming workplaces and lives. Our commitment to unparalleled client and candidate satisfaction has established us as the definitive leader in our market.

Our mission resonates through our core values: continuous growth, prioritising relationships, unwavering consistency, bold innovation, team unity, and humility that fosters inclusion. We believe in empowering our people to grow, leading with integrity and trust, consistently delivering on promises, disrupting norms, and cherishing a family spirit in our team.

As a Senior Receptionist, you are the cornerstone of our daily operations, the vibrant hub connecting the marketplace to our business. Your proactive, adaptable nature, coupled with meticulous attention to detail, ensures first-class interactions, making every communication and experience reliable and exceptional.

The Gold Coast is an iconic destination, where the glittering ocean meets the skyline, and life vibrates with possibilities and excitement. It's here that you'll find our offices, situated amidst this coastal paradise, offering not just a job, but a lifestyle. Imagine ending your workweek with a sunset walk along the beach or starting your day with a surf in the warm Pacific waters - at Whitefox, we make this dream a reality.

Your impact will resonate beyond the office, as you contribute to the growth and success of our clients and candidates, fuelling the economic vitality of the Gold Coast itself.

We're not just offering a job; we're offering a chance to be part of something larger - a career that enriches lives and fosters community, all while basking in the splendour of Australia's premier coastal destination.

In this role, you will be responsible for:

  • promptly addressing inbound calls, voicemails, and emails.
  • utilising our ATS / CRM Vincere to record activities accurately for comprehensive reporting.
  • keeping activities below 200 to maintain efficiency.
  • aiming for 50 google reviews weekly through consistent candidate and client engagement.
  • keeping client and candidate files current.
  • exuding a welcoming presence for visitors, while maintaining a friendly demeanour with staff, clients, and candidates.
  • responding swiftly to calls and queries, screening for non-essential communications.
  • providing executive support to consultants and management.
  • overseeing a clean, user-friendly internal recruitment system.
  • following up with clients and candidates, ensuring no contact exceeds a 3-4 day gap.
  • upholding company systems and processes meticulously. 

 To be successful in this role, you’ll need:

  • at least 2-4 years previous experience in a reception and or administration position.
  • an excellent work ethic and the ability to manage time effectively with minimal supervision.
  • professionalism in dress and demeanour with superb interpersonal skills.
  • experience with a multi-line switchboard and public engagement.
  • tact, discretion, and the ability to manage sensitive situations.
  • proficiency in MS office, G suite and Mac OS.
  • a team player attitude, contributing positively to our team's goals.
  • an Australian drivers licence.
  • competence in managing confidential files.
  • the capacity to support and train junior staff, interns, and work experience students.

In this role, you will receive:

  • a clear career development pathway, including regular salary reviews.
  • a supportive team environment that fosters growth and empowerment.
  • convenient underground parking, accessibility to amenities and public transport.
  • a $10k professional development fund for career advancement.
  • mentorship from industry leaders and premier training resources.
  • a gym membership and an all-expenses-paid annual trip for top performers.
  • state-of-the-art technology tools to propel your career.
  • daily barista-made coffee and regular team events.

Discover the vibrant Whitefox Recruitment office, a space where collaboration thrives, nestled near cafes, retail spaces, and the beach—offering the perfect mix of work and leisure.

This is a full-time, permanent position available for an immediate start.

For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32271.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Southport, QLD
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: AUD $60,000.00
Salary to: AUD $70,000.00
Job published: 20-02-2024
Job ID: 32271

Are You the Cyber Security Expert Destined to Drive Our Clients Operations to Unparalleled Success in Sydney and Canberra?

At the forefront of technological innovation and cyber security, our client, a leading provider in the field, is looking for highly experienced cyber security analysts and security engineers to join their dynamic team in Sydney and Canberra.

This is more than just a job; it's an opportunity to be at the cutting edge of securing digital landscapes and protecting vital information.

You will be responsible for conducting incident response and maintaining a robust team to ensure effective monitoring and coverage. This role requires an operational mindset and the ability to work within service management processes.

You must have an advanced understanding of security operations, detection development processes, and the skill to develop documentation and playbook improvements. Leading the collection and prioritisation of detection and alerting issues, you will play a key role in shaping engineering objectives.

Based in the vibrant cities of Sydney and Canberra. In these hubs of innovation and culture, you will be part of an environment that nurtures creativity and forward-thinking.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • support incident response and security operations centre functions.
  • collaborate with system admins for log generation and incident use case development.
  • utilise SIEM tools to build alerts, dashboards, and automated reports.
  • provide day-to-day monitoring of SIEM data and initiate incident response activities as required.
  • assist the IT security team in preparing information briefs, reports, and maintaining it security guidelines and procedures.
  • contribute to it system accreditation activities and apply DevSecOps principles.
  • NV2 security clearance is essential.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • qualifications in cyber security and information technology.
  • experience in a government environment or systems.
  • skills in scripting, programming languages, and knowledge of logging and detection architecture.
  • experience in applying government IT security policies and developing internal security procedures.
  • strong communication skills, including concise writing.
  • experience in sustaining it security systems and secure system design.
  • relevant industry training or qualifications, such as GIAC, CISSP, etc.

What you'll receive:

  • be part of a leading cyber security and technology provider.
  • work in an environment that encourages creativity and innovation.
  • engage with a team that values expertise and fosters growth.
  • benefit from a supportive workplace culture where your efforts are recognised and rewarded.

This role is a full-time, permanent position, offering you a chance to be part of a team dedicated to shaping the future of cyber security.

If you are passionate about making a significant impact in a challenging yet rewarding field, apply now.

Join our client’s firm and be part of a team that not only builds robust security systems but also safeguards the future.

For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32270.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Sydney, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 20-02-2024
Job ID: 32270

Are You a Driven 1st Year Apprentice Mechanic Ready to Rev Up Success on the Gold Coast?

Join an exciting career opportunity with our award-winning client, a leading Multi Franchise Dealership network located in the vibrant and sunny Gold Coast. With a rich history and over 400 employees spread across four state-of-the-art dealerships in Ashmore, Southport, Helensvale, and Robina, our client stands as a beacon of excellence in the automotive industry.

Nestled in Robina this dealership is renowned for its exceptional service of a wide range of distinguished vehicle brands including GWM Haval, Holden, Honda, Kia, Mitsubishi, MG, Nissan, and Subaru. The dedication to providing top-notch service is ingrained in their ethos, and they are eager to welcome new team members who share this commitment to excellence.

This is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the automotive world. Our client is actively seeking passionate individuals to join their team as either a 1st Year Apprentice Light Vehicle Automotive Mechanic or a 1st Year Mature Aged Apprentice. This role is perfect for those with a deep-rooted passion for cars – whether you’re just stepping out of school, have some mechanical experience under your belt, or are looking to pivot into a thrilling new career path.

The Gold Coast lifestyle is an integral part of working with our client. Imagine spending your days in a region known for its stunning beaches, vibrant cultural scene, and a relaxed lifestyle, all while developing a fulfilling career in one of the most dynamic industries. Living and working here means you’re not just building a career, but also embracing a lifestyle that balances work with the pleasures of coastal living.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • a strong desire and enthusiasm for learning and growth in the automotive sector.
  • up to one year of mechanical experience or a strong interest in vehicles and technology.
  • a proactive, 'can-do' attitude coupled with meticulous attention to detail.
  • possession of a manual driver's license.
  • a commitment to ethical work practices and reliability.
  • outstanding communication skills.
  • a willingness to learn and effectively follow instructions.
  • an attentive eye for detail.

What you'll receive:

  • a competitive salary package that rewards your expertise and dedication.
  • a workplace that represents real family values and has a history of industry excellence spanning over 80 years.
  • recognition and rewards for your ongoing success and development.
  • you’ll become part of a team that is committed to further success and growth.

By joining the dynamic service team at our client’s dealership, you will not only gain practical skills and knowledge from experienced Mechanics/Technicians but also become a part of a community that values hard work, dedication, and team spirit. The role includes flexible working hours, with overtime and occasional Saturday shifts, allowing you to enjoy the Gold Coast lifestyle to its fullest.

This full-time, permanent position is a career that goes beyond just a job – become part of a team that champions excellence and enjoys the perks of living in one of Australia’s most beautiful regions.

In this position, you are not just starting a job; you are stepping into a lifestyle where your passion for cars and commitment to quality will be nurtured and celebrated.

For more details and to submit your application, please reach out to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32269.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Robina, QLD
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 20-02-2024
Job ID: 32269

Are You the Cyber Security Expert Destined to Drive Our Clients Operations to Unparalleled Success in Sydney and Canberra?

At the forefront of technological innovation and cyber security, our client, a leading provider in the field, is looking for highly experienced cyber security analysts and security engineers to join their dynamic team in Sydney and Canberra.

This is more than just a job; it's an opportunity to be at the cutting edge of securing digital landscapes and protecting vital information.

You will be responsible for conducting incident response and maintaining a robust team to ensure effective monitoring and coverage. This role requires an operational mindset and the ability to work within service management processes.

You must have an advanced understanding of security operations, detection development processes, and the skill to develop documentation and playbook improvements. Leading the collection and prioritisation of detection and alerting issues, you will play a key role in shaping engineering objectives.

Based in the vibrant cities of Sydney and Canberra. In these hubs of innovation and culture, you will be part of an environment that nurtures creativity and forward-thinking.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • support incident response and security operations centre functions.
  • collaborate with system admins for log generation and incident use case development.
  • utilise SIEM tools to build alerts, dashboards, and automated reports.
  • provide day-to-day monitoring of SIEM data and initiate incident response activities as required.
  • assist the IT security team in preparing information briefs, reports, and maintaining it security guidelines and procedures.
  • contribute to it system accreditation activities and apply DevSecOps principles.
  • NV2 security clearance is essential.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • qualifications in cyber security and information technology.
  • experience in a government environment or systems.
  • skills in scripting, programming languages, and knowledge of logging and detection architecture.
  • experience in applying government IT security policies and developing internal security procedures.
  • strong communication skills, including concise writing.
  • experience in sustaining it security systems and secure system design.
  • relevant industry training or qualifications, such as GIAC, CISSP, etc.

What you'll receive:

  • be part of a leading cyber security and technology provider.
  • work in an environment that encourages creativity and innovation.
  • engage with a team that values expertise and fosters growth.
  • benefit from a supportive workplace culture where your efforts are recognised and rewarded.

This role is a full-time, permanent position, offering you a chance to be part of a team dedicated to shaping the future of cyber security.

If you are passionate about making a significant impact in a challenging yet rewarding field, apply now.

Join our client’s firm and be part of a team that not only builds robust security systems but also safeguards the future.

For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32268.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Canberra, ACT
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 19-02-2024
Job ID: 32268

Be the core of Remarkable Customer Service in Robina!

Our client, a prestigious multi-franchised, privately owned Group of dealerships, is thrilled to present a stellar opportunity for a Batching Clerk / Service Bookings Receptionist to join their dynamic Service Bookings Department at their Robina dealership on a full-time basis.

As part of our clients dedicated team, you will be pivotal in ensuring top-tier service, enhancing their customers' experience, and contributing to the smooth operation of this locally owned and operated dealership. You will be the backbone of our client’s service department, ensuring precision and efficiency at every turn.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • overseeing service repair orders to ensure adherence to correct servicing schedules.
  • verifying that vehicle information is accurately recorded.
  • checking manufacturer portals for any service bulletins or recalls.
  • preparing key identification tags for vehicles scheduled for servicing.
  • serving as a backup to the service booking receptionists, managing incoming calls, and arranging service bookings.
  • collaborating with service and parts team members.
  • performing data entry, filing, and various ad hoc tasks as needed.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • a track record of precise data entry.
  • outstanding attention to detail.
  • superb communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • a strong customer service orientation.
  • a pleasant telephone demeanour and the capacity to remain composed under pressure.
  • problem-solving abilities, capable of quick and independent action.
  • intermediate computer proficiency, especially for handling phone bookings.
  • the ability to function autonomously and collaboratively within a team.

What you'll receive:

  • a competitive salary package that rewards your expertise and dedication.
  • a workplace that represents real family values and has a history of industry excellence spanning over 80 years.
  • recognition and rewards for your ongoing success and development.
  • you’ll become part of a team that is committed to further success and growth.

Experience with EraPower is advantageous but not mandatory. Ideally, you will bring administrative and/or data entry experience to the table. Our client commits to providing on-the-job training, opportunities for professional development, and managerial support to the chosen candidate.

Our client is a family owned and operated business, embodying real family values for both its clients and team members. With a legacy spanning over 80 years, this business is a respected name in the automotive industry.

This full-time, permanent position offers not only a chance to be part of a prestigious team but also a competitive salary package that rewards your expertise and dedication. Your ongoing success and development will be acknowledged and rewarded.

Our client boasts a name synonymous with excellence in the automotive world, employing over 400 locals and proud to be home to brands like GWM, Honda, Kia, MG, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Subaru. Spread across 4 convenient locations on the Gold Coast. This is more than a job; it’s an opportunity to be part of a legacy and to grow in a thriving, supportive environment.

For more details and to submit your application, please reach out to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32267.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Robina, QLD
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: AUD $47,500.00
Salary to: AUD $50,000.00
Job published: 18-02-2024
Job ID: 32267

Are you an accomplished Construction Supervisor yearning to propel a company to unmatched heights?

Building on a heritage of over 30 years of combined experience and the realisation of more than 1200 home projects - from waterfront gems to extensive residential developments - our client is more than just a builder. They are visionaries who nurture an ethos of educational, passion-driven services.

Emerging prominently in Southeast Queensland’s building realm, they encapsulate the essence of creating homes tailored for an elevated lifestyle. Here's your opportunity to play a pivotal role in this inspiring journey.

As the Construction Supervisor, you will play a critical role in shaping the company's future. You will not simply be part of the team, but a proactive leader with a positive, can-do attitude, integral to driving our clients’ construction efforts.

Reporting directly to the Construction Manager, you will be tasked with a variety of responsibilities that are essential for the smooth operation and continual growth of the firm.

Your duties will include collaborating with leadership, liaising between different departments, and contributing to the enhancement of our supply chain and operational efficiency. Your role is designed for impact, ensuring that our growth is sustainable and resilient.

In the vibrant city of Ipswich, where historic homes meet culinary cool. Where the open road leads to beautiful countryside, dotted with unexpected delights. Where you can float high above the rolling hills and ranges in a hot air balloon, or chopper in for lunch at a hatted restaurant. Where museums mark the time and vineyards ramble from vale to vale.

The pioneering spirit remains alive in Ipswich, bringing a new wave of creativity to this beautiful heritage city.

Are you up for the challenge to elevate our client to unprecedented heights?

Your responsibilities will include:

  • build quality homes in accordance with plans, specifications and company construction policies and procedures within contracted timeframes.
  • day to day scheduling, management, and coordination of trades on site, suppliers & deliveries, completion of paperwork and other admin tasks.
  • ensure correct building practices and procedures are adhered to at all times.
  • maintaining site safety and cleanliness.
  • ensuring work is completed to a satisfactory standard.
  • enforce and adhere to OH&S regulations.
  • attend monthly construction meetings.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • QBCC building supervisors licence held for minimum 12 months.
  • construction induction safety certificate (white card).
  • trade/construction background.
  • current drivers’ licence.
  • strong leadership & motivational skills. 
  • demonstrated ability to manage multiple teams of sub-contractors.
  • an ability to ensure that jobs are scheduled effectively and are managed within budget and time specifications.
  • exceptional attention to detail and quality.
  • confidence and ability in dealing with a diverse range of people.
  • ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently and meet deadlines.
  • good communication skills, including oral and written communication.
  • a passion to produce a high quality of work.

What you'll receive:

  • a fun and encouraging office ambiance encouraging creativity and innovation.
  • a supportive workplace culture where your efforts are recognised and rewarded.
  • the backing of a reputable brand that values service and education at its core.

Become a part of a team that has devoted their lives to building homes for Queensland families, a team that values each contribution and provides a nurturing environment for growth and learning.

This role is a full-time, permanent position in a firm that stands on the pillars of dedication, hard work, and the incessant pursuit of excellence.

Take this opportunity to be a part of something big, to work in an environment that fosters growth and encourages learning at every step. If you are enthusiastic about embarking on a fulfilling career path with our client, apply now. They build not just homes, but futures.

For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32266.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Ipswich, QLD
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: AUD $130,000.00
Salary to: AUD $150,000.00
Job published: 16-02-2024
Job ID: 32266

Are you an administrative professional with a knack for customer service, looking for an opportunity to shine within the thriving building industry?

Our client, a dynamic and innovative company, is eagerly searching for a client Services Officer to enhance their team. This full-time, ongoing role is not just a job – it’s a lifestyle, set against the stunning backdrop of Australia's Gold Coast.

You will be a crucial part of a young, energetic team known for its positive attitude and exceptional client support. Your role will guide clients through the exciting phases of their building journey, from the initial planning stages right through to the joyous moment of handover.

Embark on a career that aligns with the lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of. At our client’s firm, they don’t just build houses; they’re committed to creating experiences that embody the spirit and splendour of the Gold Coast.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • managing general office administration with poise, including handling all incoming communications.
  • assisting clients with detailed updates and support throughout the construction process.
  • skilfully addressing and resolving client concerns during their build.
  • coordinating and executing house handover appointments with a personal touch.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • proven administrative expertise in a fast-paced, customer-oriented environment.
  • stellar communication and time management skills.
  • an eye for detail and a capacity to navigate through potential challenges smoothly.
  • computer proficiency and organisational abilities.
  • a team player with a quick-learning, proactive approach.
  • interest and experience in the building industry are favourable.

What you'll receive:

  • experience the vibrant work culture within an office where fun is part of the agenda.
  • work in a supportive environment where your hard work is acknowledged and rewarded.
  • live and work in a place where the city’s hustle meets the serenity of beach life.
  • enjoy the Gold Coast’s perfect balance of urban convenience and natural beauty, from glittering skyscrapers to lush rainforests and world-renowned surfing beaches.
  • capitalise on the flexibility and opportunities for personal growth in a region known for its warm climate, friendly communities, and an endless array of outdoor activities.

This role is the gateway to a fulfilling career and a life you don’t need a vacation from.

If you're passionate about delivering exceptional service and ready to immerse yourself in the Gold Coast way of life, apply now with a cover letter detailing why you’re the ideal candidate for this position.

This role is a full-time, permanent position take this opportunity to join an exciting and progressing company and make your mark in a role where every day is as rewarding as it is sun-kissed. Apply today and start living the dream!

For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32264.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Southport, QLD
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 12-02-2024
Job ID: 32264

Are you a talented Carpenter ready to take your career to the next level with a renowned national brand?

Join a Leading National Construction Firm as a Carpenter in Sydney, NSW. We're on the lookout for a dedicated, enthusiastic, and reliable Carpenter to become part of our client’s team at an award-winning construction company established in 2012.

Our client, celebrated across the East Coast of Australia, is known for its supportive workplace culture, flexible work arrangements, and commitment to career growth. Amidst significant expansion in both city and regional sectors, this is an ideal time to join a company poised for further success and market dominance.

This role, based in the vibrant city of Sydney, NSW, places you at the heart of exciting construction projects. You'll collaborate closely with experienced supervisors and managers, playing a crucial role in shaping the community through high-quality construction work.

Sydney, a city famed for its iconic landmarks and beautiful beaches, offers a unique blend of urban energy and beachside relaxation – an ideal setting for both professional growth and personal enjoyment.

This position offers a fantastic chance for an ambitious and skilled individual to advance in the construction and carpentry field. As part of a respected and expanding team, your craftsmanship will have a tangible impact on our clients and community. Enjoy a competitive salary, ongoing training opportunities, and more.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • leading and participating in diverse construction projects across Sydney and surrounding suburbs.
  • interpreting blueprints and executing plans with precision.
  • guiding and supporting other tradespeople and subcontractors.
  • ensuring top-quality carpentry work.
  • maintaining safety and environmental standards on-site.
  • mentoring junior team members.
  • effective communication with clients and other key parties.
  • working in synergy with site supervisors, construction managers, and project managers.
  • managing material deliveries and site logistics.
  • administrative duties and quality control on-site

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • proven experience in construction.
  • a valid OH&S construction white card.
  • carpentry or construction certification.
  • strong communication and teamworking skills.
  • resilience, adaptability, and a proactive mindset.
  • leadership qualities and decision-making abilities.
  • a commitment to continuous learning and improvement.

What you'll receive:

  • flexible work arrangements.
  • a competitive salary, negotiable based on experience.
  • the prestige of working with a leading national brand.
  • opportunities for career progression.
  • a collaborative, inclusive, and supportive company culture.

Candidates should have completed an apprenticeship and have at least three years of post-apprenticeship experience. A work vehicle (Ute) and tools are essential, and willingness to travel across Sydney is required.

Join our client's team and contribute to their mission of setting new standards in construction. Be a part of a genuinely caring, Australian-owned brand, focused on continuous improvement and people-first values.

This role is a full-time, permanent position offering flexibility, diversity, and inclusion. If you're ready to join our client’s passionate team, apply now with a cover letter explaining why you're the perfect fit for this role.

For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32263.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Sydney, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 12-02-2024
Job ID: 32263

Join Our Client’s Team as a Motor Vehicle Technician: A Journey to Excellence and Growth in the Automotive Industry!

We're thrilled to invite an enthusiastic and skilled Motor Vehicle Technician to our client’s dynamic team at their renowned dealership located at Robina. This is not just a job; it’s an invitation to be a part of their success story, offering immense personal and professional development in the vibrant automotive industry.

This full-time, permanent position presents an opportunity to work with a diverse range of multi-franchise passenger vehicles, providing you with unique daily work challenges and the chance to excel in your field. 

As a Motor Vehicle Technician, you’ll be a key member of our client’s service department, tasked with mechanical repairs, diagnostics, and servicing. You'll work in a modern, well-equipped workshop, and your role will be instrumental in maintaining the high standards of their esteemed clientele.

To thrive in this role, you'll need:

  • certification in a relevant trade; apprentices or trades assistants may also be considered.
  • outstanding diagnostic abilities, with comprehensive support available to facilitate your success.
  • excellent communication skills, capable of clearly conveying information and understanding others.
  • the autonomy to perform tasks independently and the flexibility to collaborate effectively with a team.
  • a strong commitment to upholding workplace health and safety standards at all times.
  • a dedication to quality control, with a proactive approach to continuous improvement initiatives.
  • meticulousness in maintaining detailed records of all repair and maintenance work carried out.
  • a keen interest in becoming an integral part of our cohesive and supportive team.
  • an enthusiasm for engaging in social activities, fostering a vibrant workplace community.

What you'll receive:

  • competitive salary with overtime opportunities
  • industry-leading commission package
  • uniforms and personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • comprehensive training in multiple franchise motor vehicle systems and electronic diagnostics
  • stability in a growing, family-owned business with over 85 years of experience
  • tool and boot allowances, staff discounts
  • longevity bonuses of $3500
  • real chances for career growth within a true family business
  • a safe, professional, and inclusive work environment
  • a supportive team environment that values each member

This role reports directly to the Workshop Manager and is perfect for both local and interstate candidates. If you have a passion for the Automotive Industry and seek to grow your career with a company that values development and its people, we encourage you to apply.

This full-time, permanent position offers not only a chance to be part of a prestigious team but also a competitive salary package that rewards your expertise and dedication. Your ongoing success and development will be acknowledged and rewarded.

Our client boasts a name synonymous with excellence in the automotive world, employing over 400 locals and proud to be home to brands like GWM, Honda, Kia, MG, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Subaru. Spread across 4 convenient locations on the Gold Coast. This is more than a job; it’s an opportunity to be part of a legacy and to grow in a thriving, supportive environment.

For more details and to submit your application, please reach out to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32260.

As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants.

We are initiating interviews immediately.

Location: Robina, QLD
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 12-02-2024
Job ID: 32260