Goal Indigenous Services create employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We strive to provide Indigenous people secure, long-term economic independence within their communities. To make this happen, we bring together passion and leadership in communities with the national capacity and respected experience of the CGH Group, allowing us to reliably supply large scale projects, services and workforce requirements.

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{VACANCY, NT) INDIGENOUS TERMINAL OPERATOR
Are you passionate about the transport industry? Are you looking for an exciting and career opening opportunity? Are you looking at learning new skills and gaining on-going, hands on training?

Our client is looking for an enthusiastic, passionate, career driven candidate that is looking to build a career in the rail industry.

Reporting to the Terminal Superintendent, the Terminal Operator plays a key role in operating the terminal in a safe manner.

As the terminal operator your role includes but is not limited to
• Use of large machinery such as forklifts, reach stackers and more (all training will be provided at no cost)
• Customer service for clients ordering and delivering freight through the terminal
• Using a booking system to book freight from our different freight locations
• Supervising incoming and outgoing shipments, 
• Performing quality control inspections
• Making sure terminal equipment is in good working condition
• Proactively contributing to the terminals daily safety performance
• Assist with the loading and unloading of tankers
• Checking and preparing tanks to receive, store and distribute product
• Assist truck drivers in (un)loading their vehicle
• Assist with the management of operational logs and documentation
• Oversee contractor activities on site
• Create Safe Work Instructions and Procedures

The ideal candidate will possess
• Have experience working outside and be able to stand the Northern Territory environment
• Be able to work on a rotating roster of days, nights and some weekends
• Have a good level of literacy and numeracy
• Have basic computer skills (training will be provided)
• Be keen to utilise technology to make the process more efficient and automated
• Have an ability to follow safe work instructions, procedures and polices 
• Have a strong commitment and passion for safety
• Have strong team commitment and an ability to work in a high performance environment
• Demonstrate a performance based and results driven approach to your work
• Have good interpersonal and customer service skills

If this sounds like you, please send your resume to WLester@corestaff.com.au or call the Darwin office on 08 8942 6666.

This is an identified Indigenous position under Section 57 of the NT Anti - Discrimination Act

{VACANCY, NT) INDIGENOUS TERMINAL OPERATOR
Are you passionate about the transport industry? Are you looking for an exciting and career opening opportunity? Are you looking at learning new skills and gaining on-going, hands on training?

Our client is looking for an enthusiastic, passionate, career driven candidate that is looking to build a career in the rail industry.

Reporting to the Terminal Superintendent, the Terminal Operator plays a key role in operating the terminal in a safe manner.

As the terminal operator your role includes but is not limited to
• Use of large machinery such as forklifts, reach stackers and more (all training will be provided at no cost)
• Customer service for clients ordering and delivering freight through the terminal
• Using a booking system to book freight from our different freight locations
• Supervising incoming and outgoing shipments,
• Performing quality control inspections
• Making sure terminal equipment is in good working condition
• Proactively contributing to the terminals daily safety performance
• Assist with the loading and unloading of tankers
• Checking and preparing tanks to receive, store and distribute product
• Assist truck drivers in (un)loading their vehicle
• Assist with the management of operational logs and documentation
• Oversee contractor activities on site
• Create Safe Work Instructions and Procedures

The ideal candidate will possess
• Have experience working outside and be able to stand the Northern Territory environment
• Be able to work on a rotating roster of days, nights and some weekends
• Have a good level of literacy and numeracy
• Have basic computer skills (training will be provided)
• Be keen to utilise technology to make the process more efficient and automated
• Have an ability to follow safe work instructions, procedures and polices
• Have a strong commitment and passion for safety
• Have strong team commitment and an ability to work in a high performance environment
• Demonstrate a performance based and results driven approach to your work
• Have good interpersonal and customer service skills

If this sounds like you, please send your resume to WLester@corestaff.com.au or call the Darwin office on 08 8942 6666.

This is an identified Indigenous position under Section 57 of the NT Anti - Discrimination Act
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Celebrating the start of NAIDOC week at the official opening ceremony and flag raising in Darwin.

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Goal has been working with Bluey Technologies to boost Aboriginal employment on some of Australia’s largest projects. We have successfully assisted 6 Indigenous job seekers into employment and look forward to many more through the partnership. The team recently got together to remember Mabo Day.

http://www.bluey.com.au/civil-engineering-blog/sydney/mabo-day-bluey

Goal has been working with Bluey Technologies to boost Aboriginal employment on some of Australia’s largest projects. We have successfully assisted 6 Indigenous job seekers into employment and look forward to many more through the partnership. The team recently got together to remember Mabo Day.

www.bluey.com.au/civil-engineering-blog/sydney/mabo-day-bluey
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2 months ago

{VACANCY INTERNAL} BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SUPERSTAR

CoreStaff is part of the CGH Group, one of Australia’s leading providers of outsourced recruitment and human resources solutions providers. We are energetic, flexible and entirely customer focused organisation that delivers professional and uncompromising services to our customers.

A great opportunity now exists for an experienced Business Development Executive to join CoreStaff team based out of our modern Eastern Creek location.

Reporting to the General Manager, this roles primary focus while working in an established team of industry professionals, will be selling our comprehensive scope of services to new and perspective customers across the Sydney metropolitan region and across a multitude of industry sectors.  

Is this sounds like you click the link below for further information.

http://ow.ly/9QL950utuzQ

{VACANCY INTERNAL} BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SUPERSTAR

CoreStaff is part of the CGH Group, one of Australia’s leading providers of outsourced recruitment and human resources solutions providers. We are energetic, flexible and entirely customer focused organisation that delivers professional and uncompromising services to our customers.

A great opportunity now exists for an experienced Business Development Executive to join CoreStaff team based out of our modern Eastern Creek location.

Reporting to the General Manager, this roles primary focus while working in an established team of industry professionals, will be selling our comprehensive scope of services to new and perspective customers across the Sydney metropolitan region and across a multitude of industry sectors.

Is this sounds like you click the link below for further information.

ow.ly/9QL950utuzQ
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3 months ago

During Reconciliation Week, we recognise the need to strengthen our knowledge of Aboriginal history and culture. CGH Melbourne today attended an Aboriginal Cultural Competency Program presented by Goal Indigenous Services  and Rob Hyatt from the Koorie Heritage Trust Inc. 

Representatives from the West Gate Tunnel Project, McConnell Dowell Decmil JV,  Bombardier and  V-Line also joined the CGH team. Lunch was supplied by Indigenous business Something Wild where the attendees had the pleasure of trying the Magpie Goose, Buffalo and Roo sausages along with the native flavoured yoghurts. 

The half day training program was designed to build our knowledge and understanding of issues given from an Aboriginal perspective. With this new understanding we hope to be more responsive to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander colleagues, candidates and clients and share with others what we have learnt. If you are interested in similar workshops go to the goalis.com.au for further information.

During Reconciliation Week, we recognise the need to strengthen our knowledge of Aboriginal history and culture. CGH Melbourne today attended an Aboriginal Cultural Competency Program presented by Goal Indigenous Services and Rob Hyatt from the Koorie Heritage Trust Inc.

Representatives from the West Gate Tunnel Project, McConnell Dowell Decmil JV, Bombardier and V-Line also joined the CGH team. Lunch was supplied by Indigenous business Something Wild where the attendees had the pleasure of trying the Magpie Goose, Buffalo and Roo sausages along with the native flavoured yoghurts.

The half day training program was designed to build our knowledge and understanding of issues given from an Aboriginal perspective. With this new understanding we hope to be more responsive to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander colleagues, candidates and clients and share with others what we have learnt. If you are interested in similar workshops go to the goalis.com.au for further information.
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Xavier Clarke

Goal Indigenous Services is an initiative of Managing Director, Xavier Clarke. Xavier is a well-respected Larrakia and Amrreamo/Marritjavin (Daly River region) man and former AFL footballer, now head coach of the Territory’s own NT Thunder.

Xavier’s passion is coaching, and through this, helping people achieve their goals on and off the sporting field. He uses this passion, drive and leadership skills to work for change and positive outcomes for Indigenous people, and Goal Indigenous Services is the practical embodiment of this vision.

Xavier also sits on the AFL Indigenous Advisory Council, the AFL Women’s Advisory Group, and is an Ambassador for White Ribbon.

Goal set themselves apart from all others in the recruitment sector, by taking a considered, measured and process driven approach to recruitment for both candidate and client. The team at Goal took the time to gain a detailed understanding of my expectations as well as my future career aspirations and as a result I am now in a role that I thoroughly enjoy.

LOUSYNDA JEFFREY