The West Australian : 2019-06-12

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CLASSIFIED­S WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2019 89 THE WEST AUSTRALIAN • Many ways to effectivel­y reward hardworkin­g employees Local Govt Vacancies Tender 02/2019 Residentia­l General Junk Collection Request for Tender T06-18/19 Bituminous Sealing & Line Marking Tenders are invited and will be received until 2pm (AWST) on Thursday, 4 July, 2019. Tender Documents & Contract Requiremen­ts are available from the City of Gosnells Tenderlink website: www.tenderlink.com/gosnells. For further details regarding this tender please contact Akunna Ochulor on 9492 0124 or email [email protected] Lodgement: Tenders can only be lodged using the Tenderlink E-Tendering website: www.tenderlink.com/gosnells. All electronic submission files shall be clearly named with the City’s Tender Number as stated above and the Tenderer’s Name; and be lodged by the specified time and date. No late, telephoned, faxed, mailed, emailed or hand delivered tenders will be accepted. The Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley invites tenders for the provision of bituminous sealing and line marking services for a period of one (1) year with a possible two (2) x one (1) year extensions. PERMANENT POSITION Community Developmen­t Officer The resultant contract will be a schedule of rates contract that will be utilized by the Shire on an as required basis for the completion of annual work programs. An opportunit­y exists for an enthusiast­ic, self-motivated person to fill the position of Community Developmen­t Officer at the Shire of Wickepin for three days per week. Details of available website the on tender are the Shire’s Remunerati­on will be based on the Local Government Industry Award 2010 starting at a Level 3 up to Level 5 depending on qualificat­ions and experience. www.swek.wa.gov.au/ workwithus/tenders Potential respondent­s will need to register as a supplier with VendorPane­l to access the tender documents. For informatio­n on how to apply, please contact the Shire Office on 9888 1005 or email Clarificat­ion of tender details must be in writing and sought via the Shire’s VendorPane­l website, prior to 2:00pm, Friday 21 June 2019. [email protected] Informatio­n is also available on the Shire of Wickepin website: Tenders must be submitted via the Shire’s VendorPane­l website www.wickepin.wa.gov.au. www.vendorpane­l.com.au/ swek Applicatio­ns close with the undersigne­d on Friday 26 July at 4.00pm and should be addressed ’Private & Confidenti­al.’ The Deadline for submission­s is 2:00pm (WST), Friday 28 June 2019. Mark Hook Chief Executive Officer Shire of Wickepin PO Box 19 Wickepin 6370 Responses submitted by facsimile, email, mail or hand delivery will not be accepted. Late tenders will not be accepted. Mark J Hook CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER The lowest, or any tender may not necessaril­y be accepted. Any potential tenderer canvassing Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley Officers will be disqualifi­ed from the tender process. Local Govt. Tenders www.gosnells.wa.gov.au Sandra Argese Kendal Drew. COMMUNITY INFRASTRUC­TURE CONCEPT PLAN AND COSTINGS REVIEW AND UPDATE WHEN it comes to rewarding loyal employees, there is no such thing as a one-size- ts-all approach, according to Career Consultant Kendal Drew. “It is important for employers to understand what drives their employees’ performanc­e,” she said. “Is it doing worthy work? Is it about status, job title or a high salary? Being valued for their effort? Rewarding time in lieu? Or something else? “An astute employer will respond to those drivers rst in understand­ing and getting to know each staff member, identifyin­g what’s relevant to each and applying them accordingl­y.” Referring to a recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management, which identi ed the cost of a single personnel hire at about US$4000 ($5740), Ms Drew said the biggest costs for employers came from an inability to retain hardworkin­g, dedicated staff members and avoid high turnover. “Frequent rehires can quickly become an organisati­onal expense,” she said. “It is not just the cost of recruiting and training of new hires that is involved here. There is also the human cost of the ongoing staff who have to cover higher workloads throughout the changeover period, train the new personnel and adjust to the new hire. “There’s also the ‘survivor’ element of the staff that continue through constant change, leaving them feeling unsettled and unable to tackle some of the bigger tasks while they concentrat­e on ‘business as usual’ activities throughout change.” Ms Drew said it was worth noting and rewarding the value of “corporate knowledge”. That is, valuing the long-term, dedicated employees who hold high levels of business knowhow. “These are often the people Tender 10/2019 Disposal of Waste - Engineerin­g Operations REQUEST FOR TENDER 02-2019 Request for Consultant Request No. RFC 020/19 RECEIVAL AND PROCESSING OF BULK WASTE Offers are invited from suitably qualified Consultant­s for the Community Infrastruc­ture Concept Plan and Costings Review and Update. Tenders are invited for the receival and processing of Bulk Waste delivered by the Principal. The basis of the contract is to provide regular receival of Bulk Waste in a timely manner from the Principal, along with the processing of the Bulk Waste in an effort to maximize the recovery and diversion of waste from landfill. Tenders are invited and will be received until 2pm (AWST) on Thursday, 4 July, 2019. Tender Documents & Contract Requiremen­ts are available from the City of Gosnells Tenderlink website: www.tenderlink.com/gosnells. For further details regarding this tender please contact Akunna Ochulor on 9492 0124 or email [email protected] Lodgement: Tenders can only be lodged using the Tenderlink E-Tendering website: www.tenderlink.com/gosnells. All electronic submission files shall be clearly named with the City’s Tender Number as stated above and the Tenderer’s Name; and be lodged by the specified time and date. No late, telephoned, faxed, mailed, emailed or hand delivered tenders will be accepted. Request available from documents are for downloadin­g www.tenderlink. com/kwinana Offers must be submitted electronic­ally via Kwinana’s portal located on Tenderlink.com Tender documents are available from the Western Metropolit­an Regional Council (WMRC), Wearne House, 40 Marine Parade (Corner Warton Street), Cottesloe or by request at (www.tenderlink.com/ kwinana) Deadline offers to be submitted is 2:00pm, Thursday, 27 June 2019. for www.wmrc.wa.gov.au. Tenders close Noon WST Friday, 28 June 2019 Informatio­n on how to respond is provided in the request for consultant documents. and are to be lodged in the Tender Box at the above address. The opening of tenders will take place immediatel­y following the closing time and members of the public may attend. Further informatio­n may be obtained from Lisa Crouch on (08) 9439 0413. There is no obligation on the City to accept any submission­s. Canvassing of Councillor­s will disqualify Respondent­s from further considerat­ion. Enquiries to Aimee Hynes on (08) 9384 4003. Tenderers must comply with the Conditions of Tendering and the General and Special Conditions of Contract. Canvassing of elected members will disqualify. “The process should identify achievemen­ts, skills gaps and employee ambitions, and the resultant plan then needs to be acted upon.” Ms Drew said in terms of employee traits warranting a promotion, corporate knowledge was invaluable. “There are clear bene ts in promoting from within and rewarding and utilising that knowledge,” she said. “The individual would need to be demonstrat­ing potential and willingnes­s to operate at a higher level and be the right for the role. “Sometimes it will be the person who is willing to challenge the status quo who is the best t in a higher-level role because they will bring new thinking and stretch the role. “One bene t of promoting from within an organisati­on is this demonstrat­es trust in the current workforce and a commitment to building their skills and helping them achieve their developmen­tal and career goals. In the wider organisati­on, others will see this display and this can effectivel­y raise productivi­ty and performanc­e, as there will be a sense that if one is rewarded in this way, there is an intention to raise others in a similar fashion. “This is one effective way to build trust within an organisati­on, and the ow-on effects can be widespread.” Joanne Abbiss Chief Executive Officer STEFAN FRODSHAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Sometimes it will be the person who is willing to challenge the status quo that is the best fit in a higher-level role because they will bring new thinking and stretch the role. EASTERN METROPOLIT­AN REGIONAL COUNCIL (EMRC) TENDER NO: RFT2019-001 RED HILL WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY STAGE 14 LANDFILL CELL CONSTRUCTI­ON Tenders are invited for the goods and services listed below: The EMRC is seeking tenders for the constructi­on of Stage 14 Landfill Cell. TREE WATERING SERVICES (PARKS, STREETSCAP­ES & RESERVES) www.gosnells.wa.gov.au Tenders shall be submitted electronic­ally via EMRC’s e-tendering portal at Tender No. RFT 04/2019 Deadline: 2:00pm (AWST) THURSDAY 27 JUNE 2019 www.tenderlink.com/emrc no later than 4:00pm Australian Western Standard Time (WST), Friday 28 June Tender Documents Contract Requiremen­ts: & 2019. Are available from the City of Cockburn’s eProcureme­nt website: https://360provide­rs. apetsoftwa­re.com.au Looking for a new horizon? A tender that is not in the electronic tender box when the tender closes will not be considered for evaluation. t Facsimile tenders will not be considered for evaluation. Lowest or any tender will not necessaril­y be accepted. Canvassing of Council members will disqualify the tender. Tender Enquiries: Karen Tate, Contracts Officer, by e-mail: [email protected] Learn new skills. Lodgement: Tenders can only be lodged using the City’s eProcureme­nt website: https://360provide­rs. apetsoftwa­re.com.au within the organisati­on who others turn to when seeking to understand a decision or change,” she said. “This knowledge has a high, uncharted value within organisati­ons.” Placing value in performanc­e reviews, Ms Drew said they were bene cial only if administer­ed proactivel­y. “There’s a clear bene t with annual performanc­e reviews when they are done well, however, career conversati­ons should not be con ned to an annual event,” she said. “Best-practice career management involves regular, ongoing communicat­ion and the co-creation of plans for developmen­t that will maintain stimulatio­n and engagement. See our Courses & Training section in A copy of the tender documents may be obtained by registerin­g your details via the EMRC’s E-Tendering website All electronic submission­s files shall be clearly named with the City’s Tender Number as stated above and the Tenderer’s Name; and lodged by the specified time and date. www.tenderlink.com/emrc Technical enquiries are to be directed to the TenderLink portal at www.tenderlink.com/emrc. Further informatio­n can be obtained from Doug Darmago on (08) 9424 2222 No late, telephoned, faxed, mailed, electronic­ally mailed or hand delivered tenders will be accepted. Wendy Harris Acting Chief Executive Officer TENDER RFT 19 1819 LOT 200 GREENOUGH RIVER ROAD, CAPE BURNEY – SUBDIVISIO­N WORKS The City of Greater Geraldton invites tenders from suitably qualified and experience­d contractor­s to submit lump sum bids for the Constructi­on of access road and drainage; installati­on of full services for proposed subdivisio­n of Lot No. 200 Greenough River Road Cape Burney. Specificat­ions, criteria and documentat­ion may be obtained electronic­ally from the City’s Tenderlink portal www.tenderlink.com/cgg/ after Further technical details are available by contacting the Procuremen­t Officer, Ray Bailey via the Tenderlink clarificat­ion forum or via email [email protected] . Tenders must be submitted to the relevant electronic tender box via the City’s Tenderlink electronic Portal, . The time and date of final tender submission is Canvassing of any City of Greater Geraldton councillor­s or officers will disqualify submission­s. The City of Albany is calling for tenders for the following: C19015 - Purchase and Removal of Scrap Metal Full Specificat­ion and Tender Forms may be obtained from the City of Albany website 8:00am Saturday 8 June 2019. www.albany.wa.gov.au/ tenders or by contacting Jane Allen on (08) 6820 3078. Tenders may be hand delivered to the City of Albany’s North Road Tender Box, 102 North Rd, Albany, posted to PO Box 484, Albany WA 6331 or emailed to www.tenderlink.com/cgg/ 12:00pm (WST) Monday 24 June, 2019. or [email protected] 2pm on Thursday, June 2019. by Tenders should be marked with the Contract Number (C19015) and be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer. 27 Ross McKim - Chief Executive Officer

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