Resource Planner


  • Experience in recruiting for short term work

  • Full-time position

  • Long term and rewarding opportunity for the successful candidate

DIAB Engineering is a leading supplier of plant maintenance, shut-down, fabrication and project services to the mining resources and infrastructure sectors across Australia and internationally. We pride ourselves on ensuring that excellent customer service is provided at all times through our strong team culture, dedication and skills within our business.

We are currently seeking a motivated and positive team member to join the Resources Planning team.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • screening and interviewing applicants for short term work;

  • data entry, filing and maintaining spreadsheets;

  • monitoring and update employee records;

  • plan and organise manning for scheduled shut-downs, roster work and coverage positions;

  • answer and direct phone calls;

  • general office duties as required

Essential Criteria:

  • previous experience working in an office environment, utilising MS Outlook, Word and Excel;

  • ability to work in a busy environment and able to multi-task;

  • a positive and enthusiastic attitude with the ability to work as part of a team.

To register your interest please send your CV and cover letter to email address:

Payroll Assistant


  • Experience in Payroll and Award Interpretation essential

  • Fulltime position

  • Long term and rewarding opportunity for the successful candidate

Established over 30 years ago, DIAB Engineering Pty Ltd is a leading fabrication, maintenance and construction company. With its main facilities in Geraldton, it operates locally as well as providing services at mine sites throughout Australia. After a recent acquisition, DIAB now operates as a subsidiary of BGC Contracting. The business is undergoing various growth and efficiency initiatives, and this will provide a dynamic and evolving workplace.

We are currently seeking a mature, motivated and positive payroll officer to join our team.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Processing all timesheets on a weekly basis, requiring timesheets to be interpreted and entered as per Enterprise Bargaining Agreements (EBA).

  • Assisting with resolving and answering queries related to payroll

  • Maintaining computerised based filing system

  • Ensuring all leave forms are processed on time for payroll cycles

  • Maintaining of employee records

  • Assisting the Payroll Team Leader in all assigned tasks.

Essential Criteria:

  • Previous experience in a similar role

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Timely and efficient work manner

  • Good oral and written communication skills

  • Solid experience in MS Outlook, Word and Excel

  • Ability to multitask and work autonomously

  • A positive and enthusiastic attitude

  • A good team player

To register your interest, please send your CV and covering letter to:

Email: or by Fax: (08) 9956 8001

Senior Contracts and Procurement Lead

About this role

We are a busy Western Australian Port that places the highest emphasis on our people, customers and community in conducting our daily business.

We are excited to commence the search for a high performer to join our team.

You will have 7+ years’ experience in a Senior Procurement role with a practical and thorough approach to all areas of procurement. Excellent communication and time management skills are key and your ability to think strategically will ensure your success in this role. 

To be considered for this role please address the selection criteria below along with a cover letter and current resume:

  • 7 -10 years’ experience in Senior Procurement role with superior understanding of procurement activities and proven track record in delivering / achieving targets;

  • Strategic thinker with exceptional negotiation and problem solving skills;

  • Demonstrated time management skills with ability to manage concurrent priorities in a fast-paced environment;

  • Highly motivated self-starter who is able to work with minimum supervision;

  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills;

  • A well-developed knowledge of health and safety requirements;

  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and database systems; and

  • Drivers Licence.

How to Apply

Head to Mid West Ports through this link:


Application closes Monday, 19th November.

Aboriginal Boarding Supervisor

Aboriginal Boarding Supervisor

Geraldton Residential College

Web Search No: DOE557321

$48,230 - $49,318 per annum + 25% loading over 46 weeks (DOE (RCS) GA 2017)

Geraldton Residential College is seeking to recruit a highly motivated and committed Aboriginal Boarding Supervisor.

The Aboriginal Boarding Supervisor will support and reinforce appropriate values and behaviours in students, particularly Aboriginal students whilst fulfilling an appropriate duty of care in the creation of a positive, happy and responsible boarding environment and service for students, particularly Aboriginal students. The successful applicant will respect and embrace diversity within the student population whilst providing, and supervising, opportunities that enrich students’ personal and social development, particularly Aboriginal students.

To Access Detailed Information: and key in the Web Search No. DOE557321to access detailed information

For Specific Inquiries: Please contact Dr Joseph Slavens, College Manager, by telephoning (08) 9965 6000 or emailing


Closing Date: Monday, 19 November 2018 at 4.30pm.

Government of Western Australia Department of Education

Apprentice Chef



  • ensure food preparation and serving areas are safe and sanitary.

  • weigh, measure, mix and cook with ingredients according to recipes, and Chef's instructions

  • assist other cooks during emergencies or rush periods

  • assist with the day to day operations and running of the kitchen

  • ensure you clock in and out correctly during your shift.

  • ensure that high standards of food and customer service are provided at all times;

  • be respectful at all times to Chefs and other fellow employees;

  • manage quality control, hygiene, and health and safety;

  • ensure the requirements of the Employee Manual are adhered to and upheld;

  • enter data and check invoices as required

  • ensure all cleaning & maintenance is up date at all times ready for inspection.

Mandatory Skills:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Intermediate computer skills


  • Able to work in a team environment

  • Able to lead by example and find solutions to problems

  • Ability to work unsupervised

  • Motivated, punctual & reliable

Core Competencies:

Values – actively support the values of the business by maintaining a positive image, acting ethically and honestly and promoting relationships in a positive and professional manner.

Customer Focus – realise that our customers are why the restaurant exists, strive to understand their needs and excel in meeting expectations.

Reporting – Report and document/record all accidents, hazards and property damage.

Instructions – Follow all reasonable work instructions, and perform all duties within your skills, competencies and abilities. Other tasks may be required providing they can be performed in a safe manner.

Safety First – comply with all safety policies and systems to maintain a safe work environment for yourself and others at all times.

Team spirit – respect work colleagues. Work cooperatively to ensure the best outcome is achieved and continually strive to improve the work environment. Must have a positive attitude at all times.


Please send resume to and an interview will be arranged.

Fresh Produce Manager

We are seeking a motivated, reliable & enthusiastic person to join our team in the role of Fresh Produce Manager.

This Full-time position is within a busy Supa IGA Supermarket and the successful applicant will be tasked with overseeing & running all relevant department operations.

Persons applying must have a passion for retail, customer service and teamwork.

All Applicants must also have previous management experience & industry knowledge, with full onsite training & induction available.

If you are interested in this role, please send all resumes and other relevant information to: or PO Box 1695, Geraldton, 6531.

Community Development Officer - Stronger Together

Empower young adults by developing their health knowledge, skills and employability

Level 5, part-time or full-time (0.6 to 1.0) appointment on a 12 month fixed term basis

Salary range: $68,214 to $75,724 plus superannuation

This position is located in Mullewa. For more information and details of how to apply:

Dental Nurse

Looking for an enthusiastic and hard working part time/full time dental nurse to join our team at Bluff Point Dental. Applicants with dental nursing background is essential.

Parking available on site.

Email all applications to

Applications close on the 30th of November 2018

Procurement Officer

FULL TIME – PERMANENT - SALARY L4.3 $89,976 p.a.

We are a busy Western Australian Port that places the highest emphasis on our people, customers and community in conducting our daily business. We are excited to commence the search for a high performer to join our team. 

You will have 3+ years’ experience in a procurement role with a sound understanding of procurement administration and financial processes. Excellent communication and time management skills are key and your ability to think strategically will ensure your success in this role.

Mid West Ports Authority is based in the coastal, community focused and family friendly town of Geraldton, Western Australia. This is a Geraldton based position and would suit someone residing in Geraldton.      

If we have piqued your interest more information on the role and application process can be found by visiting our website See the ‘About’ tab, then ‘Employment’.  

Vacancy closes 4pm, Monday, 12 November 2018

Senior Retail Customer Service Team Manager

Total Uniforms are looking for a suitably experienced Senior Customer Service Team Member

This is a full time permanent position with an immediate start.

Key Attributes:

  • Strong experience is clothing retail

  • Strongly focused on delivering solutions to the client

  • Energetic and able to work within a team

  • Able to work full time including 8:30 am starts and 5:00pm finishes weekdays, and periodically scheduled Saturday work 9:00am to 1;00pm.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Front of house customer service

  • Management of customer orders

  • Retail stock preparation and restocking

  • Wholesale customer order management, packing and dispatch

To Apply:

Email your resume of relevant experience to:
Adrian Watson,

All applications must include a covering letter indicating your suitability for the position.

Applications close 5:00pm Friday 2nd November

Hairdresser/ Senior

Industrial Hair design is looking for an experienced Hairdresser to join our awesome team. Must have a good knowledge of cutting and colouring ladies and gents hair.

Please email your resume to or contact Liz on 0899644247

Accountant / Tax Preparer

We are seeking a friendly, committed and motivated applicant who will be responsible for:

  • Managing corporate and individual client accounting needs through the preparation of returns, financial statements and activity statements

  • Providing ongoing tax advice and reporting

  • Assisting in ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements

The successful candidate should have the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting / Commerce

  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience including preparing accounts for companies, sole traders, partnerships, trust structures, individuals and SMSFs

  • Proficiency in MYOB and accounting programs and Microsoft applications

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal

  • Strong administrative background with excellent attention to detail

  • Be self-motivated with exceptional organisational skills

This is a full time position. You will be joining a friendly and collaborative team, so if you have a passion for taxation and business services and enjoy a client facing role please forward your application to Shellborough Accounting, PO Box 2096, Geraldton WA 6531 or

Events & Venues Officer (Ref: 710)

Overlooking the Indian Ocean, Geraldton is a thriving regional city at the heart of Australia's Coral Coast. With a growing population of over 41,000 people it offers a wide range of services and activities. Geraldton is recognised as one of WA's key growth areas and the opportunities in this regional city are plentiful. You can be part of working with us to deliver the best for our community and this region.

The City of Greater Geraldton actively welcomes, includes and values the unique contributions of all people in its workplace. The City welcomes applications from all age groups, people with a disability, and those from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer with strong commitment to fitness for work and safety in the workplace.

About the position:

The City is seeking an Events & Venues Officer to activate and ensure regular bookings of City facilities. Additionally, this position will undertake a range of functions and activities to support the delivery of City-run and City supported events throughout the year.

Key accountabilities:

  • Manage the bookings calendar for identified City grounds and facilities, including the Geraldton Multipurpose Centre (G.M.C), for community events, functions and entertainment.

  • Contribute to the development of systems and practices to ensure continuous improvement in the administration of venue bookings processes.

  • Lead the inductions with hirers who have made bookings of venues and City parks.

  • Manage external event applications to the City including reviewing the application, booking the relevant ground and processing to internal City departments for approval.

  • Assist the Team Leader Events & Venues with all the planning, preparation and implementation of community, cultural and mayoral events as required.

For further information and to view the position description, visit

To gain a better understanding of the role, please call Joanne Panter, Coordinator Events & Venues on 08 9956 6628.

Position requirements:

The successful applicant should have relevant experience in hospitality, functions and events, including use of protocols and procedures relating to events and functions and a high level of interpersonal skills, including written and oral communication skills with customers and the public. Additionally, the position requires developed organisational, time management and computer skills as well as the ability to work effectively with people of all ages and at all levels.

Completion of a pre-employment medical including alcohol and other substances testing is required of all positions at the City.

Remuneration and benefits:

A salary of $60,646 per annum or $30.6914 per hour will be offered dependent on knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications.

Some of the additional benefits of working for the City include:

  • Up to 18.5% Superannuation

  • 22 Annual Leave days per annum

  • Health & Wellbeing Program

  • Flexible working arrangements

  • Career opportunities

  • Study Assistance

  • Centrally located

  • Free parking

Interested in applying?

For information on how to apply for this position, visit the City’s website:

Applications close 4pm Tuesday 30 October 2018.


Ross McKim