WorkPac Hunter Valley Makes Move to New Singleton Office
WorkPac’s Hunter Valley Business Centre has just relocated to a new office.
Business Centre Manager, Ms. Elle Pomeroy, said the move has been a long awaited one.
“We have been looking for a more accessible location in Singleton for some time now, we were really enthusiastic when this office space was available, and the time was right for us to move.”
“Being here makes us more accessible to job seekers, current employees and clients, so it’s just another means of improving our services to those in the region”
The team will be continuing to service the mining, construction and white-collar sectors.
“WorkPac have a longstanding relationship with the Hunter Valley community, having first opened in 2005”.
“Over the last 14 years, we have been fortunate to build ongoing relationships with several national and local companies, allowing us to recruit for a wide range of roles in the Hunter Region”.
“Our team of 14 staff will continue to work predominately in the mining sector, recruiting for roles such operators and trades”
In addition to ongoing support for job seekers, helping our clients source both new to industry and skilled staff, Ms. Pomeroy is excited for the team to continue their efforts in contributing to the local community.
“It’s incredibly important that we help locals find work, upskill and that as individuals that we can make a positive difference in Singleton and surrounding regions.”
“We’re proud to have been able to give back to the Hunter Valley, we sponsor several sporting groups, including most recently the Hunter Hawketts at the Hunter Valley Mining Charity Rugby League. We are always looking at where we can make a difference in our community, and encourage our employees and clients to share opportunities with us.
“Over the past few years we have also been able to offer numerous mining traineeship opportunities through several of our large clients in the region, and we are excited to keep facilitating these pathways into making a career in the mining industry”
“We are also passionate about diversity and equal opportunity so we will continue to work with JobTrail, WorkPac’s Indigenous services division, to provide employment and training opportunities to Indigenous Australians”
Moving forward our focus will remain on safety, retention of people, and contributing to the local community”.
The new office is located at Unit 2 & 3, 77 John Street, Singleton, 2330.
Local job seekers are encouraged to register via our website and give the Hunter team a call on 07 6571 8922.