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

September 18th, 2017 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.

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Musician @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download

September 18th, 2017 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Musician @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download”

Train to become a Musician in the Army Reserves. Do something different and rewarding with your musical skills, playing with Army bands at Australian Defence Force occasions. 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 provides variety beyond 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.

Army bands play a key role in entertaining soldiers and officers while enhancing the profile and reputation of the Army. Right now, we’re on the lookout for talented new musicians to join the team on a part-time basis.

The Army has quintets, jazz ensembles, concert bands, marching bands, rock bands and more, and the musical genres covered span classical to contemporary, and jazz to popular.

As a member of these groups you’ll perform in front of your peers, at ADF events in Australia and potentially overseas, and at various community and charity functions.

Playing music in a lively team environment is deeply rewarding in itself. Now imagine enjoying the variety and diversity of musical opportunities offered by the Army.

Does this sound like a great way to spend a number of weekends away or breaks from work?

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• 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 $159.98 per day tax free
• Pay increases with further training, rank and experience

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics
• Able to read music fluently and perform to a high standard

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

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Cook @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the

September 18th, 2017 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Cook @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the”

Train to become a cook in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting and rewarding new dimension to your life, looking after the nutritional needs of the Army. 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 builds on 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.

Good nutrition is essential to Army morale and effectiveness. That’s why our cooks are some of the most important people in the Service. Right now we’re recruiting Cooks in a Reserve capacity to supplement our full-time catering resources.

As a Cook in the Army Reserve good nutrition and hygiene will be your highest priorities as you make sure your colleagues are both well fed and fit for duty. Your 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.

This is a worthwhile and rewarding part-time role that can be structured to fit in with your existing work commitments. Can you think of a more worthwhile way to spend a few weekends a year or periods off work?

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• 14-day catering courses
• 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
• Pay 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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Electrician @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply downlo

September 18th, 2017 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Electrician @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply downlo”

Train to become an Electrician in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting and rewarding new dimension to your life, applying your trade skills to Army facilities, equipment and systems. 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
• rewarding work that complements your day job
• additional trade training
• 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.

To operate at peak capability, the Army relies on state-of-the-art facilities, surveillance, communications and weapon systems.

Naturally, all this advanced technology requires electricity so we need multitasking electricians to keep the power flowing.

Right now we’re recruiting electricians in a part-time capacity to supplement our full-time resources.

In this rewarding and flexible role, you’ll carry out standard electrical duties such as installing and maintaining light, heat, air conditioning and power at Army bases. But unlike your everyday sparky job, you could find yourself working in the field or potentially overseas too, installing and maintaining mobile generators for military operations and exercises or even helping rebuild a community affected by a natural disaster.

Your workshop will be well equipped with modern tools and devices, and many of the new skills you learn in the Army will benefit both your current employer and your career prospects in the future.

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• 16 days learning Combat Engineer Skills
• 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
• Postings to Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Mt Isa, Perth, Townsville or Youngtown

Pay

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package $177.41 per day tax free
• Pay increases with rank and experience

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics
• An approved traineeship or apprenticeship

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

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Driver @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download th

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Train to become a Driver in the Australian Army Reserve. Expand your driving skills in an action-packed part-time role that keeps the Army mobile, capable, and ready for action. 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 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.
Picture yourself at the heart of Army operations, contributing to the mass movement of troops, equipment, armoured vehicles, fuel and supplies. In this driving role with a difference, you’ll help us maintain the efficiency and effectiveness of our distribution networks.
One of the great things about being a Driver (also known as Driver Specialist) in the Army Reserve is the variety of vehicles you’ll experience. These include high-performance 4WDs, off road forklifts, trucks, road trains, fuel tankers and tank-carrying transporters. You may also be trained to drive landing craft and amphibious vehicles.
The work and the challenges you’ll encounter make this a really interesting and worthwhile part-time job, and you’ll be part of a dynamic team of logistics professionals.
Does this sound like a great way to spend a number of weekends away or breaks from work?
Commitment
• Initial 35-day military training course
• 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
• Pay 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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Combat Engineer @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply do

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Train to become a Combat Engineer in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting new dimension to your life, learning to be a combat soldier while applying your construction skills to keeping the Army mobile. 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 commitment
• rewarding work that builds on your day job
• comprehensive training
• 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.

The Army carries out major projects such as road and bridge-building, airfield construction, the rebuilding of damaged infrastructure and demolition. This helps us maintain optimum mobility, whilst hindering the movement of hostile forces.

Right now we’re recruiting fit and resourceful people to carry out this work in a part-time capacity, to supplement our full-time resources.

Reservists have a flexible role that fits in with their everyday career and commitments. But while you’re with the Army you’ll benefit from expert training and acquire skills that will be highly regarded in your full-time job.

Can you think of a more worthwhile way to spend a number of weekends away or breaks from work?

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• 32 days learning combat engineering skills
• 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
• Then postings available at Army Reserve units based in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle, Brisbane, Mt Isa, Townsville and Youngtown

Pay

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package $152.39 per day tax free
• Pay 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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Armoured Vehicle Crew @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To ap

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Train to become an Armoured Vehicle Crew in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting new dimension to your life, applying your fitness and resolve to a part-time patrol and reconnaissance role in the Army. 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.

Are you a fit and healthy person who enjoys being at the heart of the action? If you’re looking for a really different and rewarding way to spend a few weekends a year or periods off work, this could be just the job for you.

Right now we’re recruiting Armoured Vehicle Crew (also known as Light Cavalry Scout) for the Army Reserve.

You’ll be a member of a close-knit team carrying out reconnaissance and patrol duties on exercises.

You’ll receive full training in weapon use and military tactics; and learn how to undertake dismounted (on foot) and mounted (4WDs and armoured vehicles) missions.

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• 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
• Pay 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 guidelines also apply.

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Cook @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the

September 18th, 2017 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Cook @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the”

Train to become a cook in the Australian Army Reserve. Add an exciting and rewarding new dimension to your life, looking after the nutritional needs of the Army. 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 builds on 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.

Good nutrition is essential to Army morale and effectiveness. That’s why our cooks are some of the most important people in the Service. Right now we’re recruiting Cooks in a Reserve capacity to supplement our full-time catering resources.

As a Cook in the Army Reserve good nutrition and hygiene will be your highest priorities as you make sure your colleagues are both well fed and fit for duty. Your 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.

This is a worthwhile and rewarding part-time role that can be structured to fit in with your existing work commitments. Can you think of a more worthwhile way to spend a few weekends a year or periods off work?

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course
• 14-day catering courses
• 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
• Pay 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.

Cook @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the Found for Job Seekers app today!

Communication Systems Operator @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Fou

September 18th, 2017 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Communication Systems Operator @ Army Reserves (Full Time) on Fou”

Train to become a Communication Systems Operator 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 may be 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.

The Army relies on advanced communication systems to maintain contact with forces across the world and to coordinate military operations. Right now we’re recruiting good communicators who can set up and operate our radio and satellite systems in a part-time capacity, to supplement our full-time resources.

In this exciting job you could find yourself anywhere from an office to an armoured vehicle, operating the equipment that provides Army commanders with the vital information they need to plan and conduct their missions.

The high-tech systems you use could be at an Army Base, on an exercise, a deployment, or even under canvas supporting a disaster-relief operation.

Can you think of a more worthwhile way to spend a number of weekends away or breaks from work?

Commitment

• Initial 35-day military training course in NSW
• Series of specialist courses in VIC
• 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
• Pay 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 (Full Time) on Found. To apply d

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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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