Want to work Down Under?
Australia has plenty of space, recreational pursuits, cultural entertainment, successful business’s and a brilliant quality of life. Living and working here could be exactly what you need.
Trojan is always seeking qualified tradespeople and technical professionals to work in hundreds of locations across Australia.
Whether you are seeking to work and travel around Australia whilst on a working holiday or looking for longer term career opportunities, Trojan offers employees the flexibility of working for one company across one or multiple locations.
From bustling, beach-side Sydney or cosmopolitan Melbourne, to sunny Brisbane, Trojan Recruitment Group is strategically located across regional and metropolitan Australia. That means you can spend more time living and less time looking for work, no matter where you are.
Our specialist team is dedicated to making your international career transition as efficient as possible and we should be your first point of contact to secure the best job in your new destination.
Unfortunately, we are not able to consider your application if you do not possess or are not eligible for a valid work permit or working visa. For more information on eligibility for an Australian visa please visit Department of Immigration Australia - www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work.
Fair Work Act & Modern Awards
Fair work act 2009
The Fair Work Act 2009 (‘FW Act’) and the supplementary Fair Work Regulations 2009 were created to ensure there is a balanced framework for cooperative and productive workplace relations; one that promotes national economic prosperity and social inclusion for all Australians.
The FW Act and Regulations do this by providing workplace laws that:
are fair to working Australians
are flexible for business
promote productivity and economic growth for our future economic prosperity
take into account our international labour obligations
ensure a safety net that is fair and relevant
ensure workplace agreements that undermine the safety net can never again be a part of the national workplace relations system
help employees balance work and life commitments by offering flexible working arrangements
enable fairness at work and preventing discrimination in the workplace
achieve productivity and fairness by emphasising workplace-level collective bargaining between the employer and employees and their representatives.
For more information, visit the Federal Register of Legislation.
National employment standards (NES)
The National Employment Standards (also known as the NES) cover everyone in the national workplace relations system. They started on 1 January 2010.
The National Employment Standards are 10 minimum conditions for employees. Together with the national minimum wage, they are a minimum safety net for employees. They include minimum entitlements for leave, public holidays, notice of termination and redundancy pay. An employee’s minimum entitlements can also come from a modern award or agreement.
Modern awards are those awards created under the national workplace relations system which relate to specific industries or occupations. Together with the National Employment Standards, they provide a fair and relevant minimum safety net of terms and conditions.
The first modern awards were created as part of an extensive review conducted by the Fair Work Commission's predecessor, the Australian Industrial Relations Commission. They came into effect on 1 January 2010.
For more information, visit the Fair Work Commission About Modern Awards.
Looking for a new role?