Who is Hiring?

The HB Group Toowoomba

Admin staff wanted for immediate start. The HB Group have a variety of positions available in the Administration field. If you are seeking a position in the Toowoomba area, head over to their website to apply.

https://bit.ly/3biSmd6

BHP

  • Need 1000 staff in Queensland and 1500 across Australia
  • Jobs include machinery and production operators, truck and ancillary equipment drivers, excavator operators, diesel mechanics, boilermakers, trades assistants, electricians, cleaners and warehousing roles.
  • Apply through https://careers.bhp.com/careers/SearchJobs or employment agencies.

QLD AMBULANCE SERVICE

COLES

ALDI

COMMONWEALTH BANK

SERVICES AUSTRALIA

TELSTRA

QUEENSLAND HEALTH

QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT

  • Almost 1200 jobs across a range of sectors are currently advertised on its website and the Queensland Government Linkedin.
  • Visit www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au

Examples include

  • The Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors are seeking values-driven Support Workers for 66 roles in Oxley, Nundah, Ipswich and Toowoomba.
  • Senior Pharmacy Assistants with Queensland Health
  • Primary Care Administration Officers
  • Social Workers.

FEDERAL HEALTH

  • The Federal Health Department is looking for those with qualifications in public health, epidemiology, data analysis, laboratories, emergency management and communications and media.
  • Apply at www.apsjobs.gov.au

Examples include

  • Services Officers at Services Australia
  • Service Delivery Officers for the Australian Taxation Office
  • Staff to work on response to the COVID-19 crisis

State News

Queensland’s social housing shame unveiled

The Opposition is demanding the Queensland Government explain why it has spent less on social housing than any other State or Territory, for the second year in a row, this is truly Queensland’s social housing shame.

The damning findings were revealed in a Productivity Commission report this week.

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State News

Palaszczuk Government must put a stop to its patients’ tax

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The Treasurer’s new tax was dropped on the eve of Christmas without any consultation or modelling when the Queensland Revenue Office unveiled a new public ruling.

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State News

Palaszczuk Government’s integrity fail

On the eve of 200 days since the Coaldrake Review Recommendations were handed down, the Opposition is demanding the Palaszczuk Government explain why it has failed to implement key integrity measures.

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