Tim­ber­link launches new em­ploy­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties cam­paign

Australasian Timber - - NEWS -

Tim­ber­link’s growth and rein­vest­ment has been sig­nif­i­cant over the past five years and the plans are for this to con­tinue. With this strate­gic im­per­a­tive of growth and sus­tain­abil­ity, the com­pany has re­cently launched a cam­paign pro­mot­ing the em­ploy­ment and ca­reer op­por­tu­ni­ties at the Aus­tralasian com­pany.

Since be­com­ing Tim­ber­link, the busi­ness has in­creased its em­ploy­ment by 151 ad­di­tional full-time equiv­a­lent em­ploy­ees over the past five years and these ad­di­tional peo­ple have joined the busi­ness from a range of in­dus­try back­grounds, tech­ni­cal dis­ci­plines and skills sets.

“We are very proud of our growth and the ex­cit­ing new op­por­tu­ni­ties with our busi­ness, both for in­ter­nal pro­mo­tion and ex­ter­nal re­cruit­ment,” said Tim­ber­link’s CEO Ian Tyson.

“The one com­mon in­gre­di­ent in all of this is our com­mit­ment to our per­sonal and pro­fes­sional cul­ture. It’s those in­gre­di­ents that will help us con­tinue to be suc­cess­ful with our cus­tomers and also pro­vide re­ward­ing jobs and ca­reers with Tim­ber­link.”

The new em­ploy­ment cam­paign was launched in Au­gust and in­cludes both tra­di­tional and on­line me­dia to pro­mote the Tim­ber­link busi­ness as be­ing “big tech­nol­ogy, big ma­chin­ery, and big on safety and peo­ple”.

The themes are ob­vi­ous and prob­a­bly could and should ap­ply to the whole in­dus­try, es­pe­cially when you look at our whole sup­ply chain.

Tim­ber­link is proud and pleased to be lead­ing the charge on pro­mot­ing these as­pects of their com­pany and the over­all tim­ber in­dus­try.

The com­pany, which has three sawmills at

Bell Bay (Tas­ma­nia), Blen­heim (New Zealand) and Tarpeena (South Aus­tralia) that man­u­fac­ture plan­ta­tion struc­tural pine prod­ucts, has a num­ber of op­por­tu­ni­ties cur­rently in its re­gional op­er­a­tions and also at its Mel­bourne of­fice. Con­tact hr@tim­ber­linkaus­tralia.com.au

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