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Avantara Lincoln Park

Statutory Planning Officer

Baw Baw Shire CouncilDrouin, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time

• $74,252.94 - $85,616.92 Flexible working arrangements available
• Permanent, full-time role
• Monthly RDO

About Baw Baw Shire Council

A Baw Baw Shire Council career goes beyond business as usual. You'll find exciting development pathways rich in opportunity. Our thriving and engaged culture-first workplace is built on the passion and talent of people who proudly deliver vital services and exciting projects to a community they care about.

Our organisation comprises of a multicultural workplace of around 400 full-time, part-time and casual employees, all benefiting from great flexibility, work/life sway, study support, health and wellbeing initiatives and ongoing learning and development programs.

At Baw Baw Shire Council, we invite our people to tackle projects that keep them inspired. We encourage the exploration of new ideas. We support the enhancement of building on current skills and developing new ones.

Located adjacent to Melbourne, Baw Baw Shire is one of Victoria's fastest growing municipalities with freeway and V/Line access into Melbourne's CBD and suburbs. This allows easy access to training, seminars and conferences in the city, without diminishing the direct impact that comes from working within a close-knit rural community.

To learn more visit

About the Role

You will be a member of Council’s Statutory Planning Team, required to provide specialist advice, process planning permit applications and support the team with the daily operational requirements. We are seeking a team member who is looking to gain experience, willing to develop and build on their knowledge and skills within Statutory Planning. Someone who has a strong customer focus with the ability to provide sound planning outcomes for our Shire.

About the Successful Candidate

The successful applicant will hold relevant qualifications and have demonstrated experience in a similar role, working on a diverse range of planning applications.
If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, we want to hear from you!

Further Information and How To Apply

To apply, please review the position description and complete your application below including a current copy of your resume and a covering letter.

Applications close 5pm June 9 2024 and must be submitted through the application form below.

Baw Baw Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer and works in the interest of the safety of children and young people. Our recruitment processes reflect this commitment.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Chief Executive Officer

GBS RecruitmentMoe, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • $140000 to $160000 annually
  • Full-time
About Life Skills Victoria:
Life Skills Victoria’s Head Office, in Moe, is located within the growing and dynamic regional centre of Latrobe City.  Latrobe City has a bright future and is a vibrant place to live and work, celebrating a connected and diverse community.  Life Skills Victoria (LSV) was established in the 1970s by parents of children with disabilities and like-minded professionals who wanted to ensure that their adult children could have a locally based centre that provided quality services, training, and opportunities to participate in their own community. Officially opening their first centre of excellence in 1986.  Since then, the organisation has grown to include a Community Hub and a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) together with two developing social enterprises.  LSV is a not-for-profit, for purpose organisation.
About the role:
We are seeking a dynamic and visionary Chief Executive Officer to lead the organisation into its next phase of growth and impact as it further develops and strengthens its profile.  The CEO will play a pivotal role in developing and implementing the strategic direction, leading significant growth across all divisions, ensuring financial sustainability, and fostering a culture of innovation and collaboration.  The CEO will be a strong and highly regarded people leader and positive role model and will have both the skills and experience to lead the organisation at a time of significant challenges and opportunities in the provision of supports and services to the community.  The ideal candidate will possess a deep understanding of the community services and disability sector, NFP sector or related fields who can demonstrate sound experience in driving successful outcomes and a passion for serving the community, and the leadership acumen to drive organisational excellence. 
Key Areas of Responsibilities Include:
  • Strategic leadership
  • Quality service delivery and continuous improvement
  • Human resources and people leadership
  • Financial and resource management
  • Operational excellence
  • Community engagement
  • Compliance and reporting
  • Leadership and governance
  • Advocacy and influence
Full list of Key Selection Criteria and Responsibilities included within Position Description and Candidate Pack.
Benefits of the role:
  • Competitive industry Salary of $140,000 - $160,000
  • Above award super contribution (12%)
  • Company Vehicle
  • Five weeks annual leave
  • Salary packaging (More information included in candidate pack)
  • Professional development opportunities
Full list of Benefits and Salary Packing information included within Position Description and Candidate Pack.

How to apply:
Required Documents
  • Current Resume
  • Cover letter addressing Key Selection Criteria
All applications MUST be received via the GBS Recruitment website ( Job #861913 and must include a current resume and a cover letter clearly addressing the above Key Selection Criteria.
The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Working with Children Check, Police Check, Finance Check and NDIS worker screening check.

Applications Close – COB Friday 7th of June 2024.
Please download the full candidate pack including position description and key selection criteria here:
Avantara Lincoln Park

Storeperson/ Delivery Driver

Supercharge BatteriesWarragul, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time

About Us

Supercharge Batteries has been a market leader in the automotive battery industry for nearly 40 years. 

Our parent company Ramcar ANZ operates a diverse range of businesses across Australia and New Zealand, including battery supply, battery recycling, mobile and automotive services.


About the Role

This is a permanent, full-time opportunity for an energetic and ambitious person to join our team. Based at our Warragul depot, you will report to the Depot Manager and demonstrate your customer service skills daily.

The role consists of working with our warehousing and sales teams and assisting our customers with their enquiries and purchasing of products.

The successful candidate must be able to juggle multiple priorities, have good organizational skills and good communication skills.

Our team members are our greatest assets, and we know the real power behind our batteries is our people. If you think you've got what it takes to be a part of our team, then we encourage you to apply today!


The key responsibilities of the role, whilst not limited to, are as follows:        

  • Directly selling and delivering company products to Retail & Trade customers, as well as identifying new business opportunities.
  • Use of a mobile point of sale system and processing paperwork daily.
  • Effectively managing stock. 
  • Warehouse housekeeping and cleaning.
  • Deliver product to specified locations.


To be considered for this opportunity, you will be required to obtain or possess the following:

  • Forklift Licence
  • MR manual Truck Licence
  • Being service driven and able to work unsupervised.
  • Attention to detail with paperwork and inventory control.
  • Computer literacy & Good communication.
  • Ability to handle heavy lifting.
  • Adherence to strict Safety & OHSE Policies


Company Benefits

  • Uniforms supplied.
  • Career advancement opportunities


Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No recruitment agencies please.





Avantara Lincoln Park

Construction Supervisor

Roseleigh HomesWarragul, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time

Roseleigh Homes is a well-established, multi-Award winning building company, based in Warragul, that combines the friendly open atmosphere of a supportive family owned business with the strengths of a truly successful organisation. 

With the focus on custom designed as well as project residential homes, Roseleigh Homes is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Construction Supervisor to join their dynamic team.  The position has arisen due to growth in the company. 

Main duties and responsibilities will include the following:-

  1. Preliminary Investigation of site prior to start;
  2. Regular attendances on clients to provide updates on the status of their build; 
  3. Ensuring that homes are built in accordance with contractual arrangements and approved drawings, specifications and job documentation;
  4. Ensuring that homes are constructed pursuant to the relevant Building Regulations and/or Building Code of Australia, in a timely and efficient manner and in accordance with best industry practice;  
  5. Order and manage the allocation of materials and trades/sub-contractors to job sites to ensure timely construction of homes;
  6. Ensuring construction is carried out safely and in accordance with company processes and systems and in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety best practice and legislation; 
  7. Inspecting completed work on a regular and ongoing basis and completing Quality Management Checks to ensure high standard of quality workmanship and ensuring site is kept clean and tidy during the construction process;
  8. Maintaining and upholding the excellent reputation of Roseleigh Homes by representing the company in a professional manner and displaying respect and integrity in dealings with all stakeholders.

The successful candidate must possess a high level of attention to detail and accuracy, be able to work autonomously and as a team member, possess strong communication skills and a willingness to develop your proficiency and knowledge.  The ideal candidate will possess:-

  1. Certificate IV in Building and Construction (minimum) or relevant trade qualification;
  2. Solid experience within the Residential Project Home Industry;
  3. Strong project management ability to coordinate multiple service providers and suppliers to complete homes expediently;
  4. Considerable knowledge of the basic methods, practices, tools, materials and work standards related to the building of residential homes;
  5. High attention to detail with excellent time management and organisation skills;
  6. Basic knowledge and understanding of the Microsoft Office suite; 
  7. Valid Driver’s license; and
  8. White Card.

Prior supervisory experience is beneficial but not essential.  More importantly, candidates should have substantial trade experience and a readiness to learn.   

An attractive remuneration package including company vehicle and laptop will be offered to the successful candidate. 

Please send cover letter and resume by email to: [email protected]

Avantara Lincoln Park

Automotive Sales Manager

Barry Bourke WarragulWarragul, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time

Join Our Team as a Sales Manager at Barry Bourke Warragul!

Are you a seasoned Sales Manager or sales consultant with a proven track record ready to elevate your career? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment and have a passion for automotive sales? Barry Bourke Warragul is seeking a dynamic Sales Manager to lead our team and drive success in our LDV and Renault brands.


About Us: 

Barry Bourke Warragul is a leading dealership known for its commitment to excellence in customer service and extensive range of quality vehicles. As an authorised dealer for LDV and Renault, as well as offering a diverse selection of pre-owned vehicles, we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional experiences to our valued customers.


Position Overview: 

As a Sales Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing the sales operations of our LDV and Renault brands. Your primary goal will be to drive sales growth, cultivate strong customer relationships, and ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction. You will be hands on and lead by example, motivating and guiding our sales team to achieve and exceed targets.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement strategic sales plans to achieve dealership objectives.
  • Manage and mentor a team of sales consultants, providing training and support as needed.
  • Monitor sales performance, analyse trends, and identify areas for improvement.
  • Build and maintain strong customer relationships to promote repeat business and referrals.
  • Collaborate with other departments to ensure seamless operations and exceptional customer experiences.
  • Stay updated on industry trends, competitor activities, and market conditions.



  • Proven experience in automotive sales, with a track record of achieving and exceeding targets.
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate and inspire a team.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Solid understanding of sales techniques, processes, and customer relationship management.
  • Knowledge of LDV and Renault vehicles, as well as the pre-owned vehicle market, is preferred but not required.
  • Relevant qualifications or certifications in sales or automotive management are advantageous.


Why Join Us:

  • Opportunity for career advancement and professional development.
  • Competitive salary and performance-based incentives.
  • Supportive work environment with a focus on teamwork and collaboration.
  • Access to a wide range of quality vehicles and dealership amenities.


If you are a results-driven sales professional with a passion for the automotive industry, we want to hear from you! Take the next step in your career and join the Barry Bourke Warragul team as our Sales Manager. Apply now with your resume and cover letter outlining your relevant experience and why you would be a great fit for this role.

Email your CV and cover letter direct to: [email protected]





Avantara Lincoln Park

Experienced Maintenance Employee - Drainage

Latrobe City CouncilMorwell, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • $63748 to $68570 annually
  • Full-time

Experienced Maintenance Employee - Drainage

Permanent Full Time

Location: Latrobe City

Salary Range $63,748.72 to $68,570.73 plus applicable allowances and 11% superannuation

Department: City Presentation

About this Role

As Experienced Maintenance Employee Drainage, you will use your skills and knowledge to perform a range of asset and infrastructure activities throughout Latrobe City.

Working hours will be from 7:00AM - 4:00PM with 9-day fortnight. Workdays will be starting and concluding at Latrobe City Council's depot at Driffield Rd, Morwell.

About You

For this role, we are seeking someone with a good knowledge of the standards, regulations and practices relevant to storm water maintenance and infrastructure along with practical experience in the use of high pressure drain cleaning equipment.

You will need:

  • Current Heavy Rigid Vehicle license as a minimum.
  • Possession of a current certificate recognising that the holder has been trained and assessed to competently undertake confined space entry.
  • Practical experience in the use of high pressure cleaning equipment used in piped drainage maintenance.
  • A good knowledge of the standards, regulations and practises relevant to signs maintenance and installation.
  • Ability to interpret basic diagram, plans and written instructions.
  • Traffic Control and Worksite Management certificate.
  • Construction Induction (White Card)

Successful applicants will be required to apply for and satisfactorily obtain a National Police Check and Working with Children Check and undertake a Pre-employment Medical Check.

Go Further at Latrobe City Council

A career with us begins with a desire to empower and make positive change within our Latrobe City Community. At council you will get stuck into interesting work and experience growth as you see the impact you make unfold right in front of you

Why work for us?

At Latrobe City Council we are an equal opportunity employer who invests heavily in our employees.

We offer a range of training and Personal Development opportunities including a Structured Leadership Development Program and study assistance.

We offer benefits such as salary packaging and access to our health and wellbeing programs.

We want you to join our team and provide the best services possible for a fast-growing regional municipality of 77,086 people in the heart of Gippsland.

To apply

Please apply (and submit your responses to the Key Selection Criteria) via the Latrobe City Council website.

Applications will close at 11.59 PM Friday 24th May 2024.

Contact Murray Websdale, Coordinator Infrastructure Maintenance on 0419 875 979 for a confidential discussion.

Diversity and Inclusion

At Latrobe City Council we value workforce diversity and inclusion, where individual uniqueness is embraced. We value diverse life experiences and the perspectives of our people, whilst providing high-quality services to all members of our community, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, cultural background, disability, or sexuality.

At Latrobe City Council we are committed to providing positive employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and welcome employment applications from candidates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background. Council's Indigenous Employment Program is available to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent applicants and can be contacted at [email protected] or by calling 1300 367 700.

We at Latrobe City Council strongly encourage people with disability and diverse backgrounds to apply for our roles. If we can assist you with any reasonable adjustments in order to submit your application for this role, please contact the Careers team via email at [email protected] or call 5128 6113 noting your preferred method of communication and contact details and a member of the team will be in touch.

Latrobe City Council is an equal opportunity employer and works in the interest of the safety of children and young people. Our recruitment processes reflect this commitment.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Diesel Technician / Mechanic

Warragul, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time

Diesel Mechanic/Service Technician

We are currently looking for passionate trade qualified Diesel Mechanics
(Agricultural, Plant or Heavy Vehicle experience) for servicing, repairs
and maintenance of tractors and agricultural machinery.

A family owned and operated business, Ag Farm Machinery – Warragul is totally focused on providing the highest quality service and back-up for our valued customers. Our tractor and machinery offering represents a class-leading product range including Deutz Fahr, Kioti, McHale, Sam, Kverneland and others. We will leave no stone unturned in coupling the latest technology and systems with good old-fashioned customer service to ensure that we deliver the most efficient and professional outcomes for our farming community. We believe that our success comes from the partnerships we form with our customers and the quality of our people.

If you are passionate and motivated to perform to the best of your ability each day, we want to hear from you!

About the role:
Daily responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:
• Diagnose and interpret machine faults to get our customers back up and running;
• Performing service, repairs and maintenance of all machinery and equipment both in the workshop and on-farm;
• Manage and maintain service records for machinery;
• Provide technical advice and support to customers and other service technicians, as required.

About you:
As the successful applicant you will be:
• Trade Qualified - Heavy Vehicle or Plant Mechanic (Diesel Mechanic);
• Capable - sound knowledge of mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems;
• Self-motivated - attention to detail and ability to work independently;
• Customer Focused - strong teamwork and communication skills that will get the job done;
• Organised - outstanding time management skills and the ability to prioritise
workloads to ensure we meet our customer deadlines.

To be successful, you will possess the following skills and experience:
• Qualification as detailed above;
• Light Vehicle mechanics looking to up-skill are encouraged to apply;
• Car licence as a minimum however, a heavy vehicle and forklift licence would be advantageous;
• Our product range experience is advantageous, but not necessary;
• Reliable with a good work ethic.
• Motivated and team orientated.

What you will get in return:
A generous remuneration package including an industry leading base salary –
commensurate with experience - overtime, superannuation, monthly performance bonuses, flexible working hours and more.
A great work environment with a ‘can do’ approach and strong cultural values.

Apply in writing with covering letter and resume through Seek or in-person to:
Ag Farm Machinery, 2 Endeavour Street, Warragul VIC 3820
Or via email to: Damien Cox; [email protected]

Avantara Lincoln Park

Retail Finance Manager

Brandt Group of CompaniesPakenham, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time


Due to our continued growth and success, our Pakenham Branchhas an opportunity for a Retail Finance Manager to join our Finance team. 

Who are we?

Brandt is a world-leading equipment dealer, powered by iconic brands and unrivalled support. With dealerships across Canada, New Zealand and Australia, we are a global team with one shared purpose. It’s our mission to enable our customer’s success by providing practical and reliable equipment solutions and support. Our customers count on Brandt to keep them moving forward, and we meet that challenge with remarkable customer service and industry-leading brand John Deere.

About the Role:

The Retail Finance Manager is responsible for promoting all aspects of the business of Brandt Finance in support of wholegoods sales for Brandt Tractor Ltd., and is expected to market services provided by Brandt Finance within a designated territory set by the company. 

Duties and Responsibilities Include:

    • Build relationships with sales staff and outside financial institutions.
    • Generate interest referral income.
    • Submit weekly reports.
    • Travel throughout the designated territory to meet with customers.
    • Prospecting potential financing needs for our customers including non-Brandt Tractor products.
    • Achieve sales and market share goals, as agreed, for the long-term success of Brandt Finance.
    • Gather and monitor competitive intelligence from the marketplace to ensure Brandt Finance is providing superior products.
    • Support Equipment Sales.
    • Develop sound, positive relationships with both internal and external clients.
    • Other duties as assigned

        What are we looking for?

        The successful applicant will have experience recognizing and satisfying customer needs through a thorough understanding of the selling and financing process. 

        • Previous experience in the agriculture equipment industry
        • Prior Brandt group experience is considered an asset. 
        • A high level of written and oral communication skills are required.
        • Based in a branch within the designated area
        • Must be available for travel.

        What’s in it for you?

        • Competitive salary and incentive earning scheme.
        • Great working environment
        • Advancement Opportunities within the Organization
        • Ongoing Training & Development

        If this sounds like you, please apply today!

        At Brandt, outstanding people and our committed and passionate culture are key to our success. Join our team and build your future with Brandt!

        Avantara Lincoln Park

        Driver Academy for Women

        CleanawayLeongatha, Bairnsdale & Gippsland VIC
        • Full-time
        • Dandenong, Dromana & Leongatha, VIC
        • Start date June 2024
        • Program tailored for women, female identifying and non-binary persons
        • Multiple positions and flexibility available
        • No heavy vehicle driving experience required
        • No previous work experience required
        • Paid training and coaching provided
        • Must hold current unrestricted drivers licence for a minimum of 24 months


        Do you want a career rather than just a job?

        Cleanaway is Australia’s largest waste management organisation and we have been around in Australia for over 50 years, delivering solutions that offer extraordinary benefits not just for our customers, but for our communities and environment we live in.

        You have probably seen us around in our Blue Trucks, collecting your rubbish, but we do so much more than that!

        We are looking for 7 people to join our team, we offer part-time and full-time roles so talk to us about your flexibility needs when you apply. We value diversity (having over 80 nationalities) and recognise the benefit inclusion brings both to us as a company, as well to our individual employees within Cleanaway.

        What is in it for you?

        As part of closing the gender gap of drivers in the waste management industry, Cleanaway is running a Driver Academy for Women to address substantive equality for female identifying or non-binary persons in the industry by removing some of the barriers preventing them from getting involved. Cleanaway is seeking 7 women, Female identifying or non-binary persons to participate in an intensive training program which includes licencing and other training required to set you up to be a driver within our operations team, followed by ongoing learning for the next 12 months.

        Paid training program will include:

        • Obtain Heavy Vehicle Licence (HR)
        • Induction to Cleanaway
        • Training program to become a driver
        • In cab coaching
        • Solo driving time
        • Ongoing buddy program

        We are open to and welcome discussions on flexibility so please include this on your resume if this is of interest.


        What’s On Offer

        • Multiple positions available
        • All training provided
        • Mentor program during the first 12 months
        • Great team environment
        • Overtime rates apply
        • Work with a company that invests in their people
        • Employee share program
        • Work with a leader in sustainable waste management solutions
        • Great staff benefits program including novated car leasing and salary sacrificing on work-related purchases, discounts on private health insurance and more


        What skills can I bring to Cleanaway?

        • Hold a current unrestricted drivers licence for a minimum of 24 months
        • Driving History Check with a minimum of 8 demerit points
        • No heavy vehicle driving experience required
        • Passionate about working as a team
        • Excellent customer service ethic
        • Commitment to safety and willingness to learn and work as part of a team
        • Resilient attitude

        Here is how you can join us:

        Cleanaway is an employer of equal opportunity and encourages and values diversity and inclusion. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like it could be you’re the next step in your career, then upload your CV and Cover Letter by clicking the Apply button below:

        The Women’s Operator Academy strives to achieve substantive equality and is considered a special measure under section 7D of the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth) and under section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (VIC). The Women’s Driver Academy is undertaken by Cleanaway to address underrepresentation of women, female-identifying and non-binary persons as heavy vehicle drivers in municipal collections operations.

        Avantara Lincoln Park

        Technical Officer, Health

        Federation University AustraliaChurchill, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
        • Full-time
        • Academic Services and Support Directorate - Gippsland Campus
        • Part-time (0.8), fixed-term appointment until May 2025
        • HEW 5 - $74,272 p.a. (pro-rata) plus up to 17% superannuation

        About the role

        The Technical Officer, Health is responsible for providing technical support and services to staff and students for Midwifery and allied health programs.

        In this role, you will:

        • maintain accurate records of individual laboratory requirements for each course and research project;
        • ensure technical equipment is maintained in accordance with manufacturer's requirements;
        • set up and monitor laboratory activities and demonstrate equipment use as required; and;
        • organise access and maintain accurate records of staff and student access to facilities.

        About you

        You will have excellent time management and organisational skills and the ability to manage multiple and competing tasks and deadlines ensuring the successful running of the teaching and research activities experience in coordinating the preparation, organisation and distribution of equipment, consumables and materials.

        You will possess:

        • knowledge and application of OH&S and EH&S responsibilities in laboratory settings;
        • ability to support academic staff in the use of equipment;
        • ability to document and maintain a range of accurate technical records for teaching and research laboratories and projects.

        How to apply

        Please apply by Sunday, 26 May 2024.

        Applicants are required to submit a resume and a suitability statement not to exceed two-pages.

        View position description

        If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your application, please email the Recruitment team or phone 03 5327 9756. Our position descriptions also list a contact person for job specific enquiries.

        Federation University is committed to The Circle Back Initiative program, whereby we will respond to every applicant.