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WHY WORK AT PBC?


We promote exceptional outcomes in people by providing professional development opportunities and excellent employee benefits.


Together, we work hard, we laugh a lot, we brainstorm nonstop, and we give the best high-fives in town.


Apart from that, we also offer some other pretty cool perks. We pride our self on our dedication to building long lasting and valuable relationships, and that's not only for our clients, this extends to our team as well.

FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS

We understand that life runs according to it's own schedule. We know that to be happy and productive at work, your home life needs to feel manageable too. 

CAREER PATHWAY

It doesn't matter where you start your career with us, we value every members contribution and always look for opportunities to develop your career further.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

We provide a range of internal and external training for all staff on topics such as communication, emotional intelligence and self-awareness. Grow with us.

POSITIVE CULTURE

Every week we get together to discuss our progress as a group and as individuals. We think this contributes to our success as a high performing team. 


A DAY IN THE LIFE


We're shining the spotlight on some of our employees and asking them, what's it like to work at PBC?

Aden

Apprentice - Carpenter

Whats an average day like?

An average day starts at 7am. I get to do loads of different things, framing, installing skirting, and concreting to name a few and this can all happen in one week.

 

What do you love about your job?

As an apprentice, I'm expected to ask for help if I don't know something, this means there is always someone who can help me learn so I become really skilled. 


What's the worst part of your job?

Cleaning! Haha, definitely cleaning. I know it's a part of the job for everyone on a building site, but I don't like being off the tools. 

Mel

Finance Manager

Whats an average day like?

An average day for me starts with checking messages, opening mail, responding to daily communication and reviewing my daily priorities. I also delegate work to my assistant.

 

What do you love about your job?

I get a deep sense of satisfaction from being able to improve processes and procedures that make life easier for everyone.


What's the worst part of your job?

We get a lot of sales calls from time to time and these break my focus. I am a deep thinker, so I would like more time to process information or make decisions, but I don't always have that luxury.

THIS COULD BE YOU!

There are jobs, and then there are careers. The opportunity to challenge yourself and learn new skills. The prospect of being surrounded by smart, ambitious, motivated people. That's the kind of work you can expect to do at PBC.

Dan

Tradesman - Carpenter

Whats an average day like?

An average day for me starts with looking at plans, prepping any tools or materials for the days work and catching up with my site foreman or supervisor. The main thing is to make sure there have been no changes and you understand any safety issues before you start.

 

What do you love about your job?

Getting to work on a job site for the entire duration of a project and seeing the finished product, knowing you had a big part of that creation.


What's the worst part of your job?

I really can't think of anything, I love my trade and the variety it brings. 

Trav

Building Designer

Whats an average day like?

We have many projects at differing stages, all with individual demands, so I respond to design opportunities, challenges within a design process and coordinate the project demands. I also regularly attend meeting with clients, local authorities and the project teams.

 

What do you love about your job?

I get a lot of satisfaction knowing that I am contributing to society by offering aesthetically pleasing and functional buildings. 


What's the most challenging part of your job?

Between the original concept stage and construction there is a lot of management and co-ordination with trades, councils, tendering etc. which takes a lot of care. 


CAREER PATHWAY


There are many roles at PBC, but here's one of the ways that our apprentices progress in their careers.


OPEN POSITIONS


Working here is very challenging.
But you'll absolutely love it. 

READY TO APPLY?


Send an email to careers@premierbc.com.au

Attach your resume, and a cover letter addressing the requirements in the job description.

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