Current vacancies

  • Location: City of Yarra
  • 2 Full-time positions available

This is a great opportunity for two motivated individuals to commence a full time traineeship. As a street cleaner, you will carry out street cleaning duties safely whilst training in a Certificate III qualification and learn on the job. You will make a significant contribution to the Road Maintenance and Street Cleansing team in maintaining the condition, cleanliness and general appearance of Council's roads and associated infrastructure. This is a physically demanding but rewarding role, where you can enjoy working outdoors with a friendly team.

Key responsibilities:

  • Sweeping hard floor surfaces
  • Manual waste collection and disposal
  • Graffiti removal
  • Herbicide spraying
  • Follow all Occupational health and Safety requirements
  • Ensure efficient cleaning service delivery according to the Cleaning Service Contract Work Specifications
  • Ensure care and maintenance of cleaning equipment
  • Ensure safe storage of equipment, stock and cleaning agent

 

Key selection criteria:

Each applicant must:

  • Have permanent residency or be an Australian or NZ citizen
  • No prior qualifications higher than a certificate II preferred
  • Commit to delivering a quality cleaning service
  • Self motivation, able to work with minimal supervision
  • Ability to interact with and contribute to a team
  • Must be physically fit - will undertake Job Fitness Assessment as part of the recruitment process
  • Have effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Be willing to commit to on-and-off the job training in accordance with the training contract
  • Have the desire to work outdoors

Please send resumes to .

If referred by a job network provider please state the name of the agency and contact name so that we can provide appropriate feedback.

If you have previously referred a client to one of our vacancies and would like an update, please email the same address with the full names of clients you are enquiring about and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

  • Taking expressions of interest
  • Location: mainly CBD, CBD fringes and south-eastern suburbs
  • Part-time and full-time positions available

A tailored Given the Chance program has been operating at ANZ since 2007, offering paid work placements to refugees. The placements are four-monthly or six-monthly and are offered in a range of areas across the ANZ bank, including retail branches and inbound sale centres.Placements are given with the view of ongoing employment, with 78 per cent of participants to date having successfully gained further work.

Key responsibilities:

  • meet customers’ financial transaction needs
  • contribute to branch performance and business objectives
  • adopt a positive relationship-based service and sales approach
  • demonstrate genuine concern and identify the complete financial needs of customers
  • customer service
  • working collaboratively with colleagues to help the branch be more successful.

Key selection criteria

Each applicant must:

  • be a refugee or asylum seeker and provide evidence to prove status; if an applicant is a refugee they must have permanent residency or be an Australian or NZ citizen; asylum seekers must have work rights in Australia
  • have prior higher education either overseas or in Australia (banking and finance preferred)
  • have strong relationship management skills
  • have effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • have a strong customer focus
  • excellent numeracy and computer literacy
  • have a strong problem solving ability
  • be able to work under pressure and complete multiple tasks simultaneously
  • have no police record.

Please send resumes to SBoinnard(at)bsl.org.au.

If referred by a job network provider please state the name of the agency and contact name so that we can provide appropriate feedback.

If you have previously referred a client to one of our vacancies and would like an update, please email the same address with the full names of clients you are enquiring about and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

  • Taking expressions of interest
  • Location: Fitzroy, Collingwood and Richmond
  • Part-time positions available, between 15 and 34 hours per week.

The Brotherhood's Security Traineeship could see you working as a concierge on the Fitzroy, Collingwood and Richmond Housing Estates. We are now taking expressions of interest - if you are interested in taking part in our security training program, please email us your resume or attend one of our information sessions. 

Key responsibilities:

  • customer service and administration
  • provide a central information point in the building
  • maintain a formal communications to the management of a safe, clean estate and report all building issues to the team leader
  • assist to link residents with the relevant housing officers
  • inform residents in need of relevant services available
  • work with tenants to create a safer atmosphere
  • assist tenants in responding to personal, housing, health and other service-related issues
  • build and maintain an atmosphere of trust
  • participate and support community activities and events on the estate.

Key selection criteria

  • A willingness to commit to on-and-off job training in accordance with the training contract.
  • Public housing tenant preferred, but not essential.
  • Good communication skills, punctual, well presented and reliable.
  • Applicants must have effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Must have permanent residency or be an Australian citizen.
  • Applicants must have self motivation, with the ability to interact with and contribute to a team.
  • Skills in problem solving.
  • Experience in dealing with challenging situations.
  • Understanding of appropriate professional behaviour when dealing with residents' personal issues and a commitment to ensuring confidentiality and privacy.
  • No prior qualifications higher than a Certificate II preferred.
  • Desire to work in the security industry post placement.
  • Must not hold a security licence already.
  • An understanding of Occupational Health and Safety in the workplace.

Please send resumes to swanless(at)bsl.org.au.

If referred by a job network provider please state the name of the agency and contact name so that we can provide appropriate feedback.

If you have previously referred a client to one of our vacancies and would like an update, please email the same address with the full names of clients you are enquiring about and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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