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If you’re a skilled, experienced dentist looking for a role you can really sink your teeth into, this could be the position for you.

Our clients’ southwestern Sydney dental practice is dedicated to excellence, professionalism and delivering selfie-worthy smiles. In addition to general dental, they specialise in cosmetic, restorative and advanced dentistry.

We are seeking a motivated, caring and experienced dentist to join their successful team 3-4 days per week. Ideally, you’ll have knowledge of CEREC, experience in complex dentistry and a commitment to the highest standard of care.

Picton is just 1 hour from Sydney and 40 minutes from Wollongong which boasts some of Australia’s most amazing beaches. You will be an integral part of an inclusive and collaborative team where your skills and attributes will be highly valued. Our client’s practice places a strong emphasis on work life balance and the role offers flexible working hours with a generous commission structure in place.

If you enjoy inflicting pain on your patients, we suggest you keep scrolling. This role requires someone with a gentle approach and a knack for putting their patients at ease. Great with kids? Even better!

You’ll also be keen to keep your skills up-to-date and eager to put your hand up for professional development opportunities.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for: 

  • providing general dental services and exceptional care to patients of all ages.
  • using oral exams, a patient’s medical history, X-rays and tests to diagnose dental diseases.
  • explaining to patients why a particular course of action is necessary and the ways to prevent a recurrence of the condition/s being treated.
  • providing preventive care via teeth cleaning, application of fluoride and other pharmaceutical interventions.
  • restoring teeth using crowns, veneers, fillings and the like.
  • replacing lost teeth with crowns and dentures.
  • oral surgery including but not limited to the removal of wisdom teeth.
  • supervising treatments by allied dental staff such as hygienists and prosthetists.
  • writing of prescriptions to help in the control of pain and disease management.

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

  • tertiary education degree in Dentistry.
  • current registration with AHPRA.
  • commitment to safe practices and culturally responsive care.
  • high level of interpersonal and communication skills.
  • ability to organise time and use tools effectively to assist planning.
  • proficient with computer systems and software applications.
  • current NSW working with children check.
  • first aid certificate.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible work life balance arrangements enabling you to make the most of the stunning Wollondilly lifestyle.
  • competitive remuneration package and 40% commission structure.
  • job stability with permanent positions available.
  • free on-site parking.
  • mentoring and professional development training.
  • a highly reputable practice environment with start of the art equipment.

If you’re successful, this job won’t feel like the daily grind. You’ll receive an attractive remuneration package and enjoy practicing in a clinic with the latest equipment, skilled support staff and a team of accomplished dentists.

Please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke quoting reference LH:32086 on 0261694490.

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Picton, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

You are a skilled and passionate Paediatric Physiotherapist looking to support children with disability to achieve their individual goals, and ready to join an idyllic coastal community. This job is for you!

Our client is a not-for-profit organisation on the South Coast of NSW providing opportunities for children and young people with disability to enhance their health and wellbeing and to build life skills.

Our client’s multi-disciplinary team of dedicated professionals work in collaboration with children, young people, and their support networks to provide therapy and group programs to promote personal growth, independence, and inclusion. Currently their team includes Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Physiotherapy, Creative Arts Therapies including Music Therapy and Dramatherapy, Psychology, Educators, and Behaviour Support Practitioners.

As a NDIS registered provider, our client’s organisation offers a range of services including group and individual therapy, early childhood supports and positive behaviour support. These are delivered in varying environments including home, school, community, and therapy centres.

They are passionate about providing innovative support solutions that create an environment of mutual trust and peer accountability. This not-for-profit organisation encourages new ideas to promote inclusion and meet the needs of the local community. In their work with clients and colleagues, they are respectful, inclusive, and transparent.

We are seeking an experienced Paediatric Physiotherapist to join their supportive team.

Batemans Bay is just two hours from Canberra and four hours from Sydney and boasts some of Australia’s most amazing beaches. You will be an integral part of an inclusive and collaborative team where your skills and attributes will be highly valued. Our client’s organisation places a strong emphasis on work life balance and the role offers flexible working hours with full-time and part-time options available.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for:  

  • working with children and young people to plan therapeutic supports appropriate to individual goals.
  • providing a range of evidence-based assessments and interventions.
  • supporting clients and their families with an emphasis on wellbeing, inclusion and participation in the community.
  • working collaboratively with all stakeholders to enhance and grow the existing services provided by our client’s organisation.

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

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy or equivalent postgraduate.
  • current registration with AHPRA.
  • commitment to child safe practices and culturally responsive care.
  • strong understanding of child development.
  • ability to adopt a person-centred planning approach and to evaluate progress towards goals.
  • understanding of delivering therapeutic services within the NDIS framework.
  • high level of interpersonal, communication, negotiation, and coaching skills.
  • ability to organise time and use tools effectively to assist planning.
  • proficient with computer systems and software applications.
  • current NSW working with children check.
  • NDIS worker screening check.
  • first aid certificate.
  • unrestricted driver’s license and private vehicle.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible work life balance arrangements enabling you to make the most of the stunning south coast lifestyle.
  • varied caseload and flexibility to manage own workload.
  • generous professional development budget ($2,500 per annum with additional funding of $10,000 through the rural doctor’s network, subject to eligibility).
  • competitive remuneration package that offers tax free benefits to increase your take home pay.
  • access to work vehicle and vehicle allowance for personal car use.
  • option to work between our client’s various clinics in Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma to fit in with your lifestyle.
  • relocation assistance available to eligible applicants.
  • job stability with permanent positions available.

This is a permanent full-time position.

Don’t miss the opportunity to join our client’s highly motivated team and help them to guide the future growth of this organisation within the local community.

Please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke quoting reference LH:32085 on 02 61694490.

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Batemans Bay, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

You are a skilled and passionate Speech Pathologist looking to support young people with disability to achieve their individual goals, and ready to join an idyllic coastal community. This job is for you!

Our client is a not-for-profit organisation on the South Coast of NSW providing opportunities for children and young people with disability to enhance their health and wellbeing and to build life skills.

Our client’s multi-disciplinary team of dedicated professionals work in collaboration with children, young people, and their support networks to provide therapy and group programs to promote personal growth, independence, and inclusion. Currently their team includes Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Physiotherapy, Creative Arts Therapies including Music Therapy and Dramatherapy, Psychology, Educators, and Behaviour Support Practitioners.

As a NDIS registered provider, our client’s organisation offers a range of services including group and individual therapy, early childhood supports and positive behaviour support. These are delivered in varying environments including home, school, community, and therapy centres.

They are passionate about providing innovative support solutions that create an environment of mutual trust and peer accountability. This not-for-profit organisation encourages new ideas to promote inclusion and meet the needs of the local community. In their work with clients and colleagues, they are respectful, inclusive, and transparent.

We are seeking enthusiastic new graduates or an experienced Speech Pathologist to join their supportive team.

Batemans Bay is just two hours from Canberra and four hours from Sydney and boasts some of Australia’s most amazing beaches. You will be an integral part of an inclusive and collaborative team where your skills and attributes will be highly valued. Our client’s organisation places a strong emphasis on work life balance and the role offers flexible working hours with full-time and part-time options available.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for: 

  • working with children and young people to plan therapeutic supports appropriate to individual goals.
  • providing a range of evidence-based assessments and interventions.
  • supporting clients and their families with an emphasis on wellbeing, inclusion and participation in the community.
  • working collaboratively with all stakeholders to enhance and grow the existing services provided by our client’s organisation.

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

  • Bachelor of Speech Pathology or equivalent postgraduate.
  • current membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
  • commitment to child safe practices and culturally responsive care.
  • strong understanding of child development.
  • ability to adopt a person-centred planning approach and to evaluate progress towards goals.
  • understanding of delivering therapeutic services within the NDIS framework.
  • high level of interpersonal, communication, negotiation, and coaching skills.
  • ability to organise time and use tools effectively to assist planning.
  • proficient with computer systems and software applications.
  • current NSW working with children check.
  • NDIS worker screening check.
  • first aid certificate.
  • unrestricted driver’s license and private vehicle.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible work life balance arrangements enabling you to make the most of the stunning south coast lifestyle.
  • varied caseload and flexibility to manage own workload.
  • generous professional development budget ($2,500 per annum with additional funding of $10,000 through the rural doctor’s network, subject to eligibility).
  • competitive remuneration package that offers tax free benefits to increase your take home pay.
  • access to work vehicle and vehicle allowance for personal car use.
  • option to work between our client’s various clinics in Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma to fit in with your lifestyle.
  • relocation assistance available to eligible applicants.
  • job stability with permanent positions available.

This is a permanent full-time position.

Don’t miss the opportunity to join our client’s highly motivated team and help them to guide the future growth of this organisation within the local community.

Please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke quoting reference LH:32084 on 02 61694490.

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Batemans Bay, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

You are a skilled and passionate Occupational Therapist looking to support young people with disability to achieve their individual goals, and ready to join an idyllic coastal community. This job is for you!

Our client is a not-for-profit organisation on the South Coast of NSW providing opportunities for children and young people with disability to enhance their health and wellbeing and to build life skills.

Our client’s multi-disciplinary team of dedicated professionals work in collaboration with children, young people, and their support networks to provide therapy and group programs to promote personal growth, independence, and inclusion. Currently their team includes Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Physiotherapy, Creative Arts Therapies including Music Therapy and Dramatherapy, Psychology, Educators, and Behaviour Support Practitioners.

As a NDIS registered provider, our client’s organisation offers a range of services including group and individual therapy, early childhood supports and positive behaviour support. These are delivered in varying environments including home, school, community, and therapy centres.

They are passionate about providing innovative support solutions that create an environment of mutual trust and peer accountability. This not-for-profit organisation encourages new ideas to promote inclusion and meet the needs of the local community. In their work with clients and colleagues, they are respectful, inclusive, and transparent.

We are seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist to join their supportive team.

Batemans Bay is just two hours from Canberra and four hours from Sydney and boasts some of Australia’s most amazing beaches. You will be an integral part of an inclusive and collaborative team where your skills and attributes will be highly valued. Our client’s organisation places a strong emphasis on work life balance and the role offers flexible working hours with full-time and part-time options available.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for: 

  • working with children and young people to plan therapeutic supports appropriate to individual goals.
  • providing a range of evidence-based assessments and interventions.
  • supporting clients and their families with an emphasis on wellbeing, inclusion and participation in the community.
  • working collaboratively with all stakeholders to enhance and grow the existing services provided by our client’s organisation.

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

  • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent postgraduate.
  • current registration with AHPRA.
  • commitment to child safe practices and culturally responsive care.
  • strong understanding of child development.
  • ability to adopt a person-centred planning approach and to evaluate progress towards goals.
  • understanding of delivering therapeutic services within the NDIS framework.
  • high level of interpersonal, communication, negotiation, and coaching skills.
  • ability to organise time and use tools effectively to assist planning.
  • proficient with computer systems and software applications.
  • current NSW working with children check.
  • NDIS worker screening check.
  • first aid certificate.
  • unrestricted driver’s license and private vehicle.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible work life balance arrangements enabling you to make the most of the stunning south coast lifestyle.
  • varied caseload and flexibility to manage own workload.
  • generous professional development budget ($2,500 per annum with additional funding of $10,000 through the rural doctor’s network, subject to eligibility).
  • competitive remuneration package that offers tax free benefits to increase your take home pay.
  • access to work vehicle and vehicle allowance for personal car use.
  • option to work between our client’s various clinics in Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma to fit in with your lifestyle.
  • relocation assistance available to eligible applicants.
  • job stability with permanent positions available.

This is a permanent full-time position.

Don’t miss the opportunity to join our client’s highly motivated team and help them to guide the future growth of this organisation within the local community.

Please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke quoting reference LH:32083 on 02 61694490.

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Batemans Bay, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

Are you a passionate and dedicated Receptionist / Administration Assistant looking to advance your administration career?

If you’re a motivated, resilient professional with strong administration skills, we’d love to hear from you.

Our client is a locally, family-owned business and a leading provider of commercial and residential improvement products that has been part of the local Canberra community for more than 25 years. Their diverse range of products and services include blinds, awnings, shutters, curtains and more.

The business is looking for a Receptionist / Administration Assistant with excellent planning, time management, organisational and communication skills to join their growing team.

In this role you’ll have the opportunity to grow your career, be supported by a close-knit team and build meaningful relationships with customers and prospects. Each day, you’ll help businesses meet their day-to-day operational needs by facilitating great administration processes.

The business is experiencing exciting expansion and renovations and is looking forward to investing in their next valued team member.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for:

  • answering and filtering phone calls in a professional manner.
  • answer, distribute and respond to emails.
  • greet and assist customers in a professional manner.
  • schedule and manage all aspects of the electronic diary for numerous team members.
  • collection of mail on a daily basis.
  • maintain showroom presentation as and when required.
  • maintain fabric logbook and process eftpos payments when required.
  • schedule and manage appointments for sales consultants and installers/technicians.
  • schedule and manage ongoing service requests.
  • provide ongoing support to office staff as and when required.
  • general filing and archiving of documents.
  • purchasing stock, stationery, and uniforms.

To be successful in this role, we’re looking for someone with:

  • previous customer service or reception / administration experience.
  • excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • motivated and resilient attitude.
  • proven ability to develop strong relationships with customers and stakeholders.
  • strong negotiation skills with the ability to influence a positive outcome.
  • excellent planning, time management and organisational skills.
  • previous experience using microsoft office suite.

As part of our client’s team, you’ll receive:

  • ongoing training and development.
  • a fun vibrant team and great office environment.
  • career progression opportunities.
  • close proximity to public transport.
  • free onsite parking.

This is a permanent full-time position.

If you’d like to join our client’s dedicated team of professionals, please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting your suitability for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke quoting reference: LH:32082 

Coceptive is a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people. We believe in responding to all candidates.  

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Mitchell, ACT
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: AUD $55,000.00

Are you a genuine, outgoing and reliable receptionist looking to work with a nationally recognised brand with attractive benefits?

If you have experience as a receptionist and are looking to work in a friendly environment with flexible working conditions and career development opportunities, we’d love to hear from you.

Established in 1977, our client is an award-winning national franchise, known and loved throughout Australia. In this reception role, you’ll be supported by a brand you’ll be proud to work for.

The company is experiencing significant growth and with the renovation and expansion of its premises later this year, it is well-positioned to meet the projections of doubling capacity and capturing future market share whilst building on its current success.

With our client’s firm expanding its business, we are seeking a talented Receptionist to help their venture continue to grow in both the ACT and South Coast markets. Working closely with the Director, the successful candidate will play a crucial role in overseeing the day-to-day administration duties of both stores, operating a hybrid reception and providing a first class experience to clients.

In developing your career as part of a small, growing team, you will see the direct impact your work and skills have on clients and stakeholders every day and be rewarded with a competitive salary, paid learning opportunities, and more.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for:

  • taking bookings and finalising transactions.
  • providing quotes for vehicles.
  • developing and maintaining relationships with customers.
  • assisting customers with enquiries, bookings and service scheduling over the phone, in person and via email.
  • responsible for all administration duties.
  • dealing with suppliers, clients, and key stake holders within the business.
  • operating a hybrid reception model and directing calls between two stores.

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

  • relevant experience within the automotive industry as a Receptionist (desirable).
  • strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • resilience, adaptability, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • experience with point-of-sale systems such as Costar (desirable).
  • ability to handle large volumes of calls and divert calls between two stores.
  • ability to work with internal and external stakeholders.
  • learning mindset.
  • leadership and decision-making skills.
  • authenticity and a positive, proactive approach to work.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible working conditions.
  • competitive salary, negotiable depending on experience.
  • the power of a longstanding, nationally recognised brand.
  • career development.
  • the opportunity to work as part of a supportive, collaborative culture committed to diversity and inclusion. 

Our client’s dynamic team of high performers are unified in their mission of improving automotive needs for their clients. Join a fun, Australian-owned brand that has a culture of continuous improvement and be a part of a scaling business that genuinely cares about people, where your work will make a huge impact.

This is a permanent full-time position.

If you’d like to join this diverse, inclusive team of passionate professionals, please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke at Coceptive quoting reference LH:32081

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Tuggeranong, ACT
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

Are you a genuine, outgoing, and reliable Site Supervisor looking to work with a nationally recognised brand with attractive benefits?

If you have broad experience in the construction industry and are looking to work in a friendly environment with flexible working conditions and career development opportunities, we’d love to hear from you.

Established in 2012, our client is an award-winning national construction firm, known and loved throughout Australia. In this Site Supervisor role, you’ll be supported by a brand you’ll be proud to work for.

The company is experiencing significant growth, it is well-positioned to capture future market share whilst building on its current success.

With our client’s firm expanding its business, we are seeking a talented Site Supervisor to help their venture continue to grow. Working closely with the Construction Manager and Project Manager, the successful candidate will play a crucial role in the day-to-day running of construction sites, whilst supervising and coordinating site-based activities.

In developing your career as part of a respected growing team, you will see the direct impact your work and skills have on clients and stakeholders every day and be rewarded with a competitive salary, paid learning opportunities, and more. 

In this role, you’ll be responsible for: 

  • supervising and coordinating site-based activities.
  • interpreting plans and specifications.
  • directing and assisting / supporting trades and sub-contractors (as required).
  • ensuring site-based paperwork and compliances are maintained by all.
  • ensure sites are kept safe, clean, and environmentally sound.
  • provide guidance and mentoring of junior staff.
  • communicate with clients, architects, and other relevant people.
  • support and liaise with CA & construction manager / operations manager.
  • consultation with construction manager / operations manager regarding shared resourcing.
  • organising delivery or materials.
  • generating fortnightly programs.
  • defects inspections and organising rectification of works.
  • ensure compliance with IMP and close out any WHS issues.

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

  • relevant experience within the construction industry.
  • valid ohs construction card.
  • certificate lll in building / carpentry.
  • experience using MS office suite (word, excel, outlook, project)
  • strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • resilience, adaptability, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • ability to work with internal and external stakeholders.
  • learning mindset.
  • leadership and decision-making skills.
  • authenticity and a positive, proactive approach to work.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible working conditions.
  • competitive salary, negotiable depending on experience.
  • the power of a longstanding, nationally recognised brand.
  • career development.
  • the opportunity to work as part of a supportive, collaborative culture committed to diversity and inclusion.

Our client’s dynamic team of high performers are unified in their mission of improving construction needs for their clients. Join a fun, Australian-owned brand that has a culture of continuous improvement and be a part of a scaling business that genuinely cares about people, where your work will make a huge impact. 

This is a permanent full-time position.

If you’d like to join this diverse, inclusive team of passionate professionals, please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke at Coceptive quoting reference LH:32080

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Wagga Wagga, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

Are you a genuine, outgoing, and reliable Site Supervisor looking to work with a nationally recognised brand with attractive benefits?

If you have broad experience in the construction industry and are looking to work in a friendly environment with flexible working conditions and career development opportunities, we’d love to hear from you.

Established in 2012, our client is an award-winning national construction firm, known and loved throughout Australia. In this Site Supervisor role, you’ll be supported by a brand you’ll be proud to work for.

The company is experiencing significant growth, it is well-positioned to capture future market share whilst building on its current success.

With our client’s firm expanding its business, we are seeking a talented Site Supervisor to help their venture continue to grow. Working closely with the Construction Manager and Project Manager, the successful candidate will play a crucial role in the day-to-day running of construction sites, whilst supervising and coordinating site-based activities.

In developing your career as part of a respected growing team, you will see the direct impact your work and skills have on clients and stakeholders every day and be rewarded with a competitive salary, paid learning opportunities, and more. 

In this role, you’ll be responsible for: 

  • supervising and coordinating site-based activities.
  • interpreting plans and specifications.
  • directing and assisting / supporting trades and sub-contractors (as required).
  • ensuring site-based paperwork and compliances are maintained by all.
  • ensure sites are kept safe, clean, and environmentally sound.
  • provide guidance and mentoring of junior staff.
  • communicate with clients, architects, and other relevant people.
  • support and liaise with CA & construction manager / operations manager.
  • consultation with construction manager / operations manager regarding shared resourcing.
  • organising delivery or materials.
  • generating fortnightly programs.
  • defects inspections and organising rectification of works.
  • ensure compliance with IMP and close out any WHS issues.

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

  • relevant experience within the construction industry.
  • valid ohs construction card.
  • certificate lll in building / carpentry.
  • experience using MS office suite (word, excel, outlook, project)
  • strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • resilience, adaptability, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • ability to work with internal and external stakeholders.
  • learning mindset.
  • leadership and decision-making skills.
  • authenticity and a positive, proactive approach to work.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible working conditions.
  • competitive salary, negotiable depending on experience.
  • the power of a longstanding, nationally recognised brand.
  • career development.
  • the opportunity to work as part of a supportive, collaborative culture committed to diversity and inclusion.

Our client’s dynamic team of high performers are unified in their mission of improving construction needs for their clients. Join a fun, Australian-owned brand that has a culture of continuous improvement and be a part of a scaling business that genuinely cares about people, where your work will make a huge impact. 

This is a permanent full-time position.

If you’d like to join this diverse, inclusive team of passionate professionals, please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke at Coceptive quoting reference LH:32079

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Sydney, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

Are you a genuine, outgoing, and reliable Site Supervisor looking to work with a nationally recognised brand with attractive benefits?

If you have broad experience in the construction industry and are looking to work in a friendly environment with flexible working conditions and career development opportunities, we’d love to hear from you.

Established in 2012, our client is an award-winning national construction firm, known and loved throughout Australia. In this Site Supervisor role, you’ll be supported by a brand you’ll be proud to work for.

The company is experiencing significant growth, it is well-positioned to capture future market share whilst building on its current success.

With our client’s firm expanding its business, we are seeking a talented Site Supervisor to help their venture continue to grow. Working closely with the Construction Manager and Project Manager, the successful candidate will play a crucial role in the day-to-day running of construction sites, whilst supervising and coordinating site-based activities.

In developing your career as part of a respected growing team, you will see the direct impact your work and skills have on clients and stakeholders every day and be rewarded with a competitive salary, paid learning opportunities, and more. 

In this role, you’ll be responsible for: 

  • supervising and coordinating site-based activities.
  • interpreting plans and specifications.
  • directing and assisting / supporting trades and sub-contractors (as required).
  • ensuring site-based paperwork and compliances are maintained by all.
  • ensure sites are kept safe, clean, and environmentally sound.
  • provide guidance and mentoring of junior staff.
  • communicate with clients, architects, and other relevant people.
  • support and liaise with CA & construction manager / operations manager.
  • consultation with construction manager / operations manager regarding shared resourcing.
  • organising delivery or materials.
  • generating fortnightly programs.
  • defects inspections and organising rectification of works.
  • ensure compliance with IMP and close out any WHS issues.

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

  • relevant experience within the construction industry.
  • valid ohs construction card.
  • certificate lll in building / carpentry.
  • experience using MS office suite (word, excel, outlook, project)
  • strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • resilience, adaptability, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • ability to work with internal and external stakeholders.
  • learning mindset.
  • leadership and decision-making skills.
  • authenticity and a positive, proactive approach to work.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible working conditions.
  • competitive salary, negotiable depending on experience.
  • the power of a longstanding, nationally recognised brand.
  • career development.
  • the opportunity to work as part of a supportive, collaborative culture committed to diversity and inclusion.

Our client’s dynamic team of high performers are unified in their mission of improving construction needs for their clients. Join a fun, Australian-owned brand that has a culture of continuous improvement and be a part of a scaling business that genuinely cares about people, where your work will make a huge impact. 

This is a permanent full-time position.

If you’d like to join this diverse, inclusive team of passionate professionals, please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke at Coceptive quoting reference LH:32078

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Taree, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable

Are you a genuine, outgoing, and reliable Site Supervisor looking to work with a nationally recognised brand with attractive benefits?

If you have broad experience in the construction industry and are looking to work in a friendly environment with flexible working conditions and career development opportunities, we’d love to hear from you.

Established in 2012, our client is an award-winning national construction firm, known and loved throughout Australia. In this Site Supervisor role, you’ll be supported by a brand you’ll be proud to work for.

The company is experiencing significant growth, it is well-positioned to capture future market share whilst building on its current success.

With our client’s firm expanding its business, we are seeking a talented Site Supervisor to help their venture continue to grow. Working closely with the Construction Manager and Project Manager, the successful candidate will play a crucial role in the day-to-day running of construction sites, whilst supervising and coordinating site-based activities.

In developing your career as part of a respected growing team, you will see the direct impact your work and skills have on clients and stakeholders every day and be rewarded with a competitive salary, paid learning opportunities, and more. 

In this role, you’ll be responsible for: 

  • supervising and coordinating site-based activities.
  • interpreting plans and specifications.
  • directing and assisting / supporting trades and sub-contractors (as required).
  • ensuring site-based paperwork and compliances are maintained by all.
  • ensure sites are kept safe, clean, and environmentally sound.
  • provide guidance and mentoring of junior staff.
  • communicate with clients, architects, and other relevant people.
  • support and liaise with CA & construction manager / operations manager.
  • consultation with construction manager / operations manager regarding shared resourcing.
  • organising delivery or materials.
  • generating fortnightly programs.
  • defects inspections and organising rectification of works.
  • ensure compliance with IMP and close out any WHS issues.

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

  • relevant experience within the construction industry.
  • valid ohs construction card.
  • certificate lll in building / carpentry.
  • experience using MS office suite (word, excel, outlook, project)
  • strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • resilience, adaptability, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • ability to work with internal and external stakeholders.
  • learning mindset.
  • leadership and decision-making skills.
  • authenticity and a positive, proactive approach to work.

In this role, you’ll receive:

  • flexible working conditions.
  • competitive salary, negotiable depending on experience.
  • the power of a longstanding, nationally recognised brand.
  • career development.
  • the opportunity to work as part of a supportive, collaborative culture committed to diversity and inclusion.

Our client’s dynamic team of high performers are unified in their mission of improving construction needs for their clients. Join a fun, Australian-owned brand that has a culture of continuous improvement and be a part of a scaling business that genuinely cares about people, where your work will make a huge impact. 

This is a permanent full-time position.

If you’d like to join this diverse, inclusive team of passionate professionals, please apply now with a supporting cover letter, highlighting why you’re a great fit for the role. Please direct your enquiries to Luke at Coceptive quoting reference LH:32077

As a recruitment agency that genuinely cares about people, we believe in responding to all candidates. 

We are interviewing immediately. All applicants receive a response.

Location: Queanbeyan, NSW
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: negotiable