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Administration Assistant (Command Support Clerk) @ Defence Force

August 15th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Administration Assistant (Command Support Clerk) @ Defence Force”

Play a pivotal role in an Army unit, looking after the administrative needs of commanders and colleagues in barracks and on deployment.

As an Administration Assistant, help keep the Army running smoothly, while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous Super
• 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 morning you’re processing personnel leave requests or distributing orders on behalf of your commander. That afternoon you’re on the firing range.

This is no ordinary administration job, and the Army is no ordinary employer.

As one of Australia’s largest and most dynamic organisations, it takes a great deal of administrative effort to keep the Army running smoothly and effectively.

In the rewarding role of Administration Assistant you’ll act as a first point of contact within your Army unit, between units, and with your counterparts in the Navy and Air Force. So your communications skills, and your ability to juggle tasks, will be tested on a daily basis.

You’ll learn to:

• handle correspondence
• process leave and pay
• manage finance tasks
• organise records, maps and logbooks, and
• generally support your commanders in barracks, when in the bush, and on deployments (which may be overseas).

You will also be taught general soldiering duties, which could take you out on training exercises, or even away on deployments or disaster-relief operations.

The admin, office and finance skills you gain with the Army will lead to nationally-recognised qualifications that will benefit your whole career. Better still, 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. $61,800 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga NSW and Bandiana VIC
• Then posting to any Army base or unit across Australia, or to 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: 170100266

Administration Assistant (Command Support Clerk) @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the Found for Job Seekers app today!

Electronics Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Ful

August 15th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Electronics Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Ful”

As a Electronic Technician Submariner, you’ll be responsible for the maintenance and repair of:

• torpedo-firing systems
• sonar
• navigation equipment
• communication systems, and
• other advanced technology.

It’s a far cry from repairing televisions and cable networks, and no two days will ever be the same.

Trained by some of the best in the business you’ll work with the latest tools and equipment, and learn highly sought-after skills across a broad range of electronic platforms.

It takes a special kind of resourcefulness to join the Deep Elite, living and working with a close-knit team in the unique environment of a Collins Class submarine. The rewards are many and varied and the onboard camaraderie is like no other.

Whether you’re already trade qualified, about to leave school, or seek a new direction, this is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile career.

Salary
• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, earn over $74,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Based at HMAS Stirling near Perth
• Some of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Maths (non-modified) and Science (preferably with Physics content)

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Sounds good? Then apply now.

Ref:170050284

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Communications Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting

August 1st, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Communications Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting”

Train to become a Communication Electronic Technician in the Australian Air Force. Turn your love of practical electronics into a great job, maintaining the high-tech sensor and communications equipment used by the Air Force.

As an ICT Technician (also known as Communication Electronic Technician), maintain and repair the Air Force’s advanced sensor and communication systems 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.

From radar and satellite systems to digital voice communications, the Air Force relies on state of the art electronics to provide an accurate view of the airspace around us while communicating efficiently with aircrews. So it takes a special kind of technician to monitor, maintain and trouble-shoot these advanced systems.

In the varied and rewarding role of ICT Technician (Communication Electronic Technician), your ‘workshop’ could be anything from a climate controlled maintenance facility to a temporary in-the-field shelter overseas. You’ll be responsible for such systems as:

• Ground telecommunication equipment
• Surveillance and control equipment
• Integrated communication systems
• Navigation aids
• Ground-based radar systems
• Satellite communication systems, and
• IT infrastructure.

One morning you could be carrying out electrical measurements or configuring a network. The next may see you coordinating the delivery of spares. The one constant is that no two days will be the same.

Air Force technical training is world class and the skills you acquire can lead to nationally-recognised qualifications that will benefit you for life.

If you enjoy electronics, have a good eye for detail, and work well under pressure, this is your chance to embark on a really worthwhile 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 training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $65,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Crib Point, VIC
• Then posting to one of the many Air Force locations across Australia

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

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170110307

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Communications Systems Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full

July 13th, 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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Electronic Warfare Operator (Navy) @ Defence Force Recruiting (Fu

July 2nd, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Electronic Warfare Operator (Navy) @ Defence Force Recruiting (Fu”

Train to become an Electronic Warfare Operator in the Australian Navy. Play a critical role in the safety of naval vessels, operating the sophisticated surveillance systems that identify potential threats.

As an Electronic Warfare Operator (also known as Electronic Warfare Sailor), operate high-tech threat detection systems 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 warship is cruising through international waters in an area under dispute. Far over the horizon a vessel poses a potential threat. In this critical role you’ll be the first person to detect the threat, interpret the electronic signals you receive, and relay the information to your Captain.

This could be a typical scenario for you as an Electronic Warfare Operator (Electronic Warfare Sailor).

Employed in the ship’s operations room, you’ll use sensitive computerised electronic receivers that can detect, classify, identify, locate and record non-communication emissions (such as radar) in your vicinity. You will be taught how to operate this electronic warfare equipment, and how to exploit and defend the electromagnetic spectrum in an extremely complex environment.

You will also be involved in defeating any threat throughout the entire engagement cycle, including the employment of countermeasures such as the ship’s anti-ship missile defence systems.

The skills you will gain aren’t just limited to tactical environments at sea. You will also apply them in shore-based strategic settings, helping the Navy and other allied commands to be better prepared to defend against threats at sea.

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. $63,500 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Sydney NSW or Rockingham WA with a Major Fleet unit
• Any Navy establishment in Australia when shore based
• 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 (and ideally, Science)

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170110319

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Electronic Warfare Operator @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time

March 28th, 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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Cook @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. To apply do

March 28th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Cook @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. To apply do”

Train to become a cook in the Australian Army. Kick-start your career in catering and hospitality, getting paid while being expertly trained to cook for the Army. As a Cook, help keep the Army well fed 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.

It’s said that an army marches on its stomach, which makes Cook one of the most important jobs in the Australian Defence Force. It will also make you one of the most popular people on base after a tough day on exercise.

Much more than just mass catering, this critical role involves everything from fine dining to the science behind carefully balanced diets, as you ensure your colleagues are both well fed and fit for duty.

Your expert training will cover food planning and preparation from entrée to dessert, and your kitchen could be anywhere from an Army base to a temporary facility in the field.

Good nutrition and hygiene will be your highest priorities; and alongside developing your cooking skills, you’ll get involved with menu planning, stock control and staff training.

The job promises plenty of variety, interest and travel plus a head start in the hospitality career sector. 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. $61,800 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Westernport, 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

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: 170090415

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Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply d

March 28th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply d”

Train to become an Infantry Soldier in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting and rewarding new dimension to your life, helping keep the Army in touch and communicating effectively. If you’re looking for a new challenge, the Army Reserve could be for you. You’ll enjoy the satisfaction of giving something back to Australia, while benefitting from:

• tax-free daily pay
• free healthcare and accommodation when serving
• a flexible time commitment
• comprehensive training
• rewarding work that’s in complete contrast to your day job
• a supportive team environment
• 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 part-time role of Infantry Soldier (also known as Rifleman), a few of your weekends (and periods away from work) will be packed with excitement and adventure.

You’ll specialise in patrolling, cordon and search, surveillance and infantry tactics; and the tools of your trade will include rifles, grenade launchers, light weapons and night fighting equipment.

If you love operating independently while working in a close-knit team, and have the strength of character to carry on with your tasks regardless of challenging conditions, this could be the opportunity to really prove what you’re capable of.

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• Two16-day Infantry Courses conducted regionally
• Serve between 20 and 100 days each year (at least 50 days preferred)
• Fit service around your existing work and family commitments

The Army provides special resources to help you approach your employer about your ambition to serve as a Reservist.

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW
• Posting to an Army unit close to where you live

Pay

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package $159.22 per day tax free
• increases with rank and experience

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.

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Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply d

March 28th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply d”

Train to become an Infantry Soldier in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting and rewarding new dimension to your life, helping keep the Army in touch and communicating effectively. If you’re looking for a new challenge, the Army Reserve could be for you. You’ll enjoy the satisfaction of giving something back to Australia, while benefitting from:

• tax-free daily pay
• free healthcare and accommodation when serving
• a flexible time commitment
• comprehensive training
• rewarding work that’s in complete contrast to your day job
• a supportive team environment
• 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 part-time role of Infantry Soldier (also known as Rifleman), a few of your weekends (and periods away from work) will be packed with excitement and adventure.

You’ll specialise in patrolling, cordon and search, surveillance and infantry tactics; and the tools of your trade will include rifles, grenade launchers, light weapons and night fighting equipment.

If you love operating independently while working in a close-knit team, and have the strength of character to carry on with your tasks regardless of challenging conditions, this could be the opportunity to really prove what you’re capable of.

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• Two16-day Infantry Courses conducted regionally
• Serve between 20 and 100 days each year (at least 50 days preferred)
• Fit service around your existing work and family commitments

The Army provides special resources to help you approach your employer about your ambition to serve as a Reservist.

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW
• Posting to an Army unit close to where you live

Pay

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package $159.22 per day tax free
• increases with rank and experience

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.

Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply download the Found for Job Seekers app today!

Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply d

March 28th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply d”

Train to become an Infantry Soldier in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting and rewarding new dimension to your life, helping keep the Army in touch and communicating effectively. If you’re looking for a new challenge, the Army Reserve could be for you. You’ll enjoy the satisfaction of giving something back to Australia, while benefitting from:

• tax-free daily pay
• free healthcare and accommodation when serving
• a flexible time commitment
• comprehensive training
• rewarding work that’s in complete contrast to your day job
• a supportive team environment
• 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 part-time role of Infantry Soldier (also known as Rifleman), a few of your weekends (and periods away from work) will be packed with excitement and adventure.

You’ll specialise in patrolling, cordon and search, surveillance and infantry tactics; and the tools of your trade will include rifles, grenade launchers, light weapons and night fighting equipment.

If you love operating independently while working in a close-knit team, and have the strength of character to carry on with your tasks regardless of challenging conditions, this could be the opportunity to really prove what you’re capable of.

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• Two16-day Infantry Courses conducted regionally
• Serve between 20 and 100 days each year (at least 50 days preferred)
• Fit service around your existing work and family commitments

The Army provides special resources to help you approach your employer about your ambition to serve as a Reservist.

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW
• Posting to an Army unit close to where you live

Pay

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package $159.22 per day tax free
• increases with rank and experience

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.

Infantry Soldier @ Army Reserves (Part Time) on Found. To apply download the Found for Job Seekers app today!

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