Melbourne’s Lindrum Reborn As Prime Office Space
Melbourne’s iconic Hotel Lindrum, steeped in heritage, is about to undergo a…
4 February 2022
Job vacancies released by the Department of Education, Skills, Employment and Business, show that hiring and vacancy activity across the architecture, engineering and construction sector is very strong. This includes technicians, professionals, tradespeople and labourers.
As the construction industry gears up to deliver on the detached housing boom and upcoming infrastructure projects, there are boosted vacancies and call outs for plumbers, carpenters, bricklayers, electricians, engineers, concreters, urban planners, interior designers, painters, stonemasons, forklift drivers and other professionals within the design and construction industries.
Predicted to only intensify into 2022, hiring demand is increasing across the country with state and federal investments. International and recent state border openings should start to provide some additional access to professionals and trades, however, this may take time.
For prospective employees, having a well-presented resume and maintaining an updated social media profile is recommended. For employers, competitive salaries and benefits, as well as flexibility about working from home where possible, should be offered to ease the ongoing boom.