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Electronic Warfare Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time

February 15th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Electronic Warfare Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time”

Train to become an Electronic Warfare Operator in the Australian Army. Take on a highly sensitive military intelligence role, receiving and disseminating electronic information and disrupting enemy transmissions.

As an Electronic Warfare Operator, work in high-tech military intelligence while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel.

In the role of Electronic Warfare Operator you’ll use cutting-edge technology to collect, analyse and disseminate information gained from electronic emissions and technical signals. Working in a sensitive and highly classified environment you will provide Command with mission-critical tactical support, while disrupting hostile communications.

To succeed in this role you’ll need a blend of natural assets:

• self-confidence
• good communication skills
• the mental agility to absorb and prioritise large amounts of information
• the ability to solve problems logically and laterally, and
• the capacity to use high-tech communications equipment.

Some specialisations also require proficiency in a foreign language, which may be taught as part of your training.

This rewarding job will position you at the very heart of military operations. Better still, in the Army you’ll be working for a dynamic national organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities and experiences you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $68,500 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Macleod, VIC
• Possible language courses in QLD and VIC
• Then posting to Cabarlah QLD or Canberra ACT

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics

If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170100252

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Warehouse Storeperson @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on F

February 15th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Warehouse Storeperson @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on F”

Train to become a Warehouse Storeperson in the Army. Make the most of your orderly, logical mind, in this important job organising Army supplies.

As a Warehouse Storeperson (also known as Supply Chain Specialist), help keep the Army equipped and provisioned while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel.

Getting the right gear to the right place at the right time is a familiar challenge for supply chain professionals.

Now imagine how much more exciting that job would be in the Army, when the equipment you’re dealing with could be anything from radios and tents to field equipment and weapons, and their timely supply could be critical to the success of an important mission.

As a Warehouse Storeperson (Supply Chain Specialist) you’ll be responsible for managing supplies that are vital to Army capability, from receipt to deployment. And your ‘office’ could be in barracks, on exercise, or even in a disaster zone supporting relief efforts.

Working for one of the largest logistics organisations in Australia the skills you learn will include:

• warehouse duties
• receiving and issuing
• general logistics
• personnel management, and
• stores accounting.

You may also be taught to drive heavy vehicles and off-road forklifts.

This critical role offers challenge and variety in a close-knit team environment. Better still, in the Army you’ll enjoy a great lifestyle plus opportunities and experiences you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $61,800 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Bandiana, VIC
• Then posting to any Army base across Australia, or potentially a Navy or Air Force base

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics

If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170100257

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ICT Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. T

February 15th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “ICT Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. T”

Take on a rewarding ICT role, building and managing the networks that keep the Army in touch and communicating effectively.

As an ICT Technician (also known as Information Systems Technician), help keep Army communications flowing smoothly while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel.

The Army relies on complex communication systems to maintain contact with forces across the world and to coordinate military operations. In the critical role of ICT Technician (Information Systems Technician) you’ll be trained to build and manage the networks that enable this vital communication.

Constructing both Deployable Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks you’ll play an essential role in connecting all the elements of a widely-located and often mobile organisation, fault-finding and trouble-shooting as you go.

World-class Army training will arm you with the skills to work with:

• traditional wire
• radio
• fibre optics
• microwave, and
• satellite communications.

This is a varied role that will equip you with highly sought-after ICT skills. Better still, in the Army you’ll be working for a dynamic national organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities and experiences you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $65,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Macleod, VIC
• Then posting to an Army unit in Brisbane, Darwin, Melbourne, Sydney or Townsville

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics

If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170100261

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Airfield Defence Guard @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on

February 15th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Airfield Defence Guard @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on”

Train to become an Airfield Defence Guard in the Australian Air Force. Step up to an action-packed combat role, protecting the aircraft, infrastructure and people that protect Australia.

As an Airfield Defence Guard protect the air bases that protect Australia, while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and supporting communities in need.

You’ll need a special combination of endurance, stamina and resourcefulness to help protect Air Force air bases. In this full-on role you’ll find yourself facing tough situations and using advanced weaponry and vehicles in all terrains and climatic conditions.

You’ll be responsible for the security of aircraft, infrastructure and personnel on bases across Australia and overseas, and you’ll call upon your peak physical fitness and survival skills on a daily basis.

Living and working as a close-knit team, some of your tasks will include:

• foot and vehicle patrolling by day and by night in and around both established and bare-base airfields and through vegetated or urban environments
• aircraft security operations providing protection to aircraft, infrastructure and personnel
• construction of field defences and obstacles such as weapon pits and bunkers, fences and road blocks
• search and clearance operations
• manning of crew-served weapons such as machine guns and anti-armour weapons, and
• instruction on small arms such as rifle, shotguns and machine guns.

This is a career that will test your limits, but the rewards are great. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $61,900 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in NSW and QLD
• Then initial posting to RAAF Bases Williamtown NSW, Amberley QLD or Edinburgh SA

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics

If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170100250

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Casual Retail Sales @ Affordable bridal (Casual) on Found. To a

February 13th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Casual Retail Sales @ Affordable bridal (Casual) on Found. To a”

Busy bridal boutique requires a casual retail assistant, must be available Saturdays. The job involves helping brides find the perfect dress, great customer service skills, attention to detail

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Sales assistant @ 10 Way Necklace (Casual) on Found. To apply d

February 9th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Sales assistant @ 10 Way Necklace (Casual) on Found. To apply d”

Short Notice: retail jewellery

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Communications Systems Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full

February 8th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Communications Systems Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full”

Train to become a Communications Operator in the Australian Army. Be an essential part of Army operations, keeping the Army in touch and communicating effectively.

As a Communications Operator (also known as Communication Systems Operator), help keep the Army in touch while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel.

Imagine working at the very heart of Army operations, using advanced communication systems to maintain contact with forces in Australia and across the world.

If you’re a good communicator with a sense of adventure and a passion for learning new skills, we’ll train you to operate high-tech systems utilising:

• radio
• fibre optics
• local area networks
• microwave, and
• satellite communications.

In the varied role of Communications Operator (Communication Systems Operator) you could find yourself working anywhere from an office to an armoured vehicle, operating the equipment that provides Army commanders with the vital information they need to plan and expedite their missions.

This is an action-packed role that puts you at the centre of the action. Better still, in the Army you’ll be working for a dynamic national organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities and experiences you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary
• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $65,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Macleod, VIC
• Then posting to any Army base or unit across Australia

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170100265

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Intelligence Analyst @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Fo

February 8th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Intelligence Analyst @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Fo”

Train to become an Intelligence Analyst in the Army. Apply your analytical and communication skills to a highly classified role providing Army operations with essential intelligence support.

As an Intelligence Analyst (also known as Analyst Intelligence Operations), you will be part of a team that provides your commanders with critical information, while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel.

Your role: Gaining advantage over an adversary by having superior intelligence has always played a critical role in successful military operations. As an Intelligence Analyst (Analyst Intelligence Operations) in the Army you’ll be responsible for acquiring and interpreting that intelligence.

You’ll be trained to use cutting-edge technology to receive, process and analyse the strategic and operational data that enables your commanders to make well-informed operational decisions. The sources of this information will include:

• operations
• surveillance
• electronic warfare
• satellite imagery, and
• psychological operations.

The role calls for absolute discretion, sound judgement and exceptional attention to detail. You’ll have a natural ability to think logically and objectively, and the strength of character to work independently and with minimal supervision, both at headquarters and in the field.

In return for your honesty, integrity and commitment, you’ll enjoy a highly respected position at the very heart of operations. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities and experiences you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary
• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $68,500 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Training in Wagga Wagga NSW and Canungra QLD
• Then posting to any Army unit, base or establishment in Australia

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Maths

If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170070233

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Combat Systems Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on

February 8th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Combat Systems Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on”

Train to become a Combat Systems Operator in the Australian Navy. Contribute to the safety of your ship, operating the sophisticated sensors that provide commanders with essential information.
As a Radar and Sonar System Operator (also known as Combat Systems Operator), operate high-tech sensors and electronic warfare equipment while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class trade training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining humanitarian missions and supporting communities in need.

Your role

You are deep in the Pacific Ocean monitoring the complex system of reefs and atolls that lie in your ship’s path. The situational information you provide to Command is critical to the ship’s safety. Identifying a military threat located amongst the islands is of even greater importance.

In the role of Radar and Sonar System Operator (Combat Systems Operator), you’ll be the eyes and ears of the Navy, with vision that extends far beyond the horizon.

The tools of your surveillance trade will be the sophisticated sonar and radar systems used for both navigation and defence purposes, along with high-tech information systems.

At sea you will be responsible for locating and identifying air, surface, sub surface and land contacts, and controlling and monitoring aircraft. As a full member of the ship’s crew you will also perform other duties such as administering first aid, being part of a boarding party and general seamanship activities.

If you enjoy working with technology, have a good eye for detail, and operate well under pressure, this is your chance to embark on a really worthwhile career. Better still, you’ll be employed by a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $63,400p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Any Navy base in Australia
• Some of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170070222

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Aviation Technician Avionics @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Tim

February 8th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Aviation Technician Avionics @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Tim”

Get your hands on some of the most technically-advanced aircraft in the skies, learning to maintain Navy helicopters such as the Seahawk and MRH-90.

As an Avionics Technician (also known as Aviation Technician – Avionics) maintain and repair the systems of high-tech Navy helicopters, while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class trade training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining humanitarian missions and supporting communities in need.

It takes a raft of complex technology to keep state-of-the-art aircraft such as the Seahawk helicopter operating at peak capability. In this rewarding role you’ll be trained to maintain and repair these advanced systems and components.

They include:

• electrical systems, such as DC/AC power operation and distribution
• anti submarine systems
• flight instruments, systems integration and navigation systems
• ground support equipment
• radar, sonar and Doppler systems
• automatic flight control systems
• communication systems
• environmental systems
• air weapon systems
• aircraft weapons/armament
• aviation safety equipment, and
• aviation survival equipment.

When you maintain high-tech aircraft such as the Seahawk and MRH-90, the technology you’ll encounter is some of the most sophisticated in the skies. Your workplace will be a well-equipped hangar ashore or onboard ship and you’ll have access to the latest tools and maintenance equipment.

The skills, qualifications and experience you acquire in the Navy will benefit your whole career. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid technical training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $66,100 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Posting to HMAS Albatross (Nowra, NSW)
• Some of your time will be spent at sea maintaining shipborne aircraft

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Mathematics and Science

If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170100268

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