Broadspectrum’s latest graduate program has kicked off for 2017, with 10 recent university graduates from all over the country joining us in varying roles for the next two years.Continue reading →
Working closely with the NT Department of Education, Broadspectrum offered 48 Local career advisers and Vocational Education and Training (VET) coordinators a site tour at Robertson Barracks in Darwin. The attendees had the opportunity to ask questions about employment and traineeship opportunities available for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth. Continue reading →
Broadspectrum’s Electrical Services team in New Zealand hosted a Girls with Hi-Viz day at Otahuhu station to expose women to the varied career options the industry has to offer. Aimed at increasing female participation in the industry, attendees were treated to presentations from employees working in different fields as well as a tour of the station. Continue reading →
In July 2015, New Zealand Red Cross presented the Company with the Workplace Diversity Award 2015 for our valuable contribution to its national Pathway to Employment Program.
The program connects individuals with a refugee background to a local employer that is suitable for their employment and career goals.
In 2013, our Telecommunications business hired three former Afghan interpreters who worked alongside the New Zealand Defence Force in Afghanistan.Continue reading →
Transfield Services, in partnership with the Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (DIBP), were proud to support the annual Nauru White Ribbon Walk.
Transfield Services team members and other stakeholders from the Nauru Regional Processing Centre (RPC) showed their support by putting on their walking shoes for the campaign to end violence against women.Continue reading →
Transfield Services has continued to build upon their NAIDOC partnership through the NSW Schools Contract. At the opening of the Guringai Festival during the 2014 NAIDOC celebrations at Mona Vale Public School, Transfield Services was presented with a Thank You artwork acknowledging Transfield’s support for the Peninsula Community of Schools reconciliation initiatives.
The artwork was produced by Barrenjoey High year 12 student Ebony Sales. With Ebony’s permission, the artwork has been featured on the cover of this year’s NSW Schools employee Christmas card.Continue reading →
Working in partnership, Transfield Services and the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) located at Manus as part of our operations running the Regional Processing Centre (RPC) provided local hospitals, schools and Local Level Government (LLG) Wards with the gifting of blankets.
The RPC Logistics team identified over 600 surplus unused blankets in stock and made the recommendation to DIBP they should be donated to an appropriate local third party.Continue reading →
NAIDOC Week is a celebration and recognition of Indigenous culture, achievements and history and is supported Australia-wide. Transfield Services celebrated NAIDOC Week by hosting activities, attending community and client events throughout the week.Continue reading →
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) organised a team of volunteers including Transfield Services and other stakeholders from the Nauru Regional Processing Centre (RPC) on a ‘Clean Up Nauru Day’ to ensure areas of Nauru beaches were safe and looking their beautiful best. Continue reading →
On Monday 17 March 2014, Mobil and Transfield Services will be signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Bayside College and Williamstown High School, launching the Young Ambassadors for Industry program. Continue reading →
TRANSFIELD SERVICES, ALONG WITH HARLEQUIN SCHOOL BAGS AND TRANSPORT FOR NSW, ARE EMBARKING ON AN EXCITING NEW CHILD SAFETY PROGRAM, HI-VIZ KIDS THE CAMPAIGN