Careers at ComfortDelGro Australia

Our team is proud to be part of one of Australia’s leading transport providers.

Go places with an industry leader

Our team is proud to be part of one of Australia’s leading transport providers. CDC is part of ComfortDelGro Corporation headquartered in Singapore, a global company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange and one of the world’s largest land transport companies.

A career with CDC will expand your horizon and accelerate your career. Operating out of metropolitan and regional locations across Australia – in New South Wales, Victoria, the Northern Territory, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory – we not only provide urban and school bus services, we also provide reliable and competitive charter services for schools, companies, charities, sporting clubs and other recreational groups.

We also operate non-emergency patient transport services through National Patient Transport (NPT). With operations across Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia, NPT is a trusted and longstanding partner to Ambulance Victoria, as well as other public and private health services.

Additionally, our outdoor advertising agency Moove Media places premium, large format adverts on a fleet of over 1200 buses in Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle and Melbourne.

CDC offers an exciting array of full-time, part-time, and casual roles including driving, maintenance, operations, corporate management and administration.

If this sounds like the career move for you, we’d love to hear from you.

Current Opportunities

Bus Driver

Bus Driver

 

Be the face of CDC Victoria, as you drive route, school or charter services for your local community. With 8 depots across metropolitan Melbourne and Regional Victoria, we have both casual and full time opportunities available at all depots. To be successful in this role, you will have a passion for providing exceptional customer services, be reliable and available to work a variety of shifts, and have an uncompromising approach towards safety. You will hold an MR (or equivalent) licence, and have the ability to obtain a Drivers Accreditation and Working with Children Check.

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Bus Driver

Casual Charter Drivers

CDC Victoria is currently searching for enthusiastic and passionate individuals to join our team of Casual Charter Drivers. Working from one of our 8 depots across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria, you will be the face of our Charter business, providing exceptional service to our charter customers.

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Safety as your number one priority, always;
  • A passion for providing exceptional customer service;
  • An excellent driving record, and experience driving buses or coaches;
  • A HR, or equivalent, drivers licence;
  • A Drivers Accreditation Certificate, and Working with Children Check;

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Mechanic

Heavy Vehicle Diesel Mechanic

CDC Victoria are always searching for experienced Heavy Vehicle Diesel Mechanics to join our team of mechanics at our 8 depots.

Working on our large fleet of modern buses, you will be responsible for all aspects of bus maintenance, from scheduled servicing, to diagnosis and repair of faults.

To be successful in this role you must have:

  • An uncompromising approach to health and safety
  • Relevant trade qualifications, with experience preferably within the bus industry
  • A Heavy Vehicle Licence, or be willing and able to obtain
  • The ability to work autonomously, and as part of a team
  • Excellent communication skills

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Mechanic

Heavy Vehicle Diesel Mechanic

CDC Victoria are regularly on the lookout for dedicated and reliable Heavy Vehicle Mechanics to join our team in depots across Victoria.

Working on our large fleet of modern buses, including zero emission vehicles, as a Mechanic you will be responsible for all aspects of bus maintenance including scheduled and unscheduled servicing, as well as diagnosis, reporting and repair of vehicle faults.

To be successful to work with CDC you must have:

  • An uncompromising approach to health and safety;
  • Relevant trade qualifications, with industry experience
  • A Heavy Vehicle Licence, or be willing and able to obtain one;

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Bus Driver

Bus Driver

Be the face of CDC, as you drive route, school or charter services for your local community. With depots across the Hills and Northern Beach regions in Sydney, The Hunter Valley, Blue Mountains and Regional NSW, we have casual, part time and full time opportunities available.

To join CDC NSW and start your bus driving career today you need to:

  • love providing great customer service
  • have an unrestricted NSW driver’s license and held it for at least two years
  • be a safe driver and have a good driving record
  • be at least 20 years old

If you tick all the boxes above, we can provide you the opportunity to be on the road driving our buses doing the best job ever.

We can provide several training options including licence from a C class license to a MR licence right through to a fully funded Certificate III in Driving Operations Click through for more information on our Apprenticeship and Traineeship Program.

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Bus Driver

Casual Charter Drivers

CDC is currently searching for enthusiastic and passionate individuals to join our team of Casual Charter Drivers. Working from one of our metropolitan Sydney, Hunter Valley, Blue mountains or regional depots we have plenty of shifts available for experienced bus drivers looking to pick up some casual shifts.

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Maintenance

Maintenance

With a modern fleet of over 1,500 vehicles, our maintenance teams’ work together to ensure our buses and coaches are ready for their daily commute. Most of our depots have their own workshops, with positions available for qualified Diesel Mechanics, Spray Painters, Body Builders, Upholsters and Auto-Electricians, as well as opportunities for Trades Assistants. To succeed in these roles, you will have the relevant trade qualifications and safety front of mind, with experience working with heavy vehicles, and an MR licence (or equivalent), highly desirable.

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Mechanic

Heavy Vehicle Mechanics

CDC are always searching for experienced Heavy Vehicle Diesel Mechanics to join our team of mechanics at our depots. Working on our large fleet of modern buses, you will be responsible for all aspects of bus maintenance, from scheduled servicing, to diagnosis and repair of faults.

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Mechanic

Light to Heavy Vehicle Mechanics

Interesting in upskilling to work on heavy vehicles – contact us to discuss how we can help!

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Operator

Operations

Each of our depots have a dedicated Operations team who are responsible for coordinating the local functions of the depot. In additional to local operations staff, we have an Operations Customer Centre (OCC), located at our Seven Hills depot, which ensures the delivery of all CDC services, and supports drivers through any on road events.

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Customer Service

Customer Service / Administration

All of our depots operate charter services, as well as public transport services. To assist in the functioning of each site, we have dedicated Charter/Customer Service Representatives and Administration Co-ordinators who assist our customers, and staff, in answering queries, assisting with lost property, and co-ordinating charter bookings.

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Bus Driver

Bus Driver

Be the face of CDC Canberra, as you drive urban, school or charter services for your local community. With three depots across the Greater Canberra region, we have full-time, part-time, and casual opportunities available. To be successful in this role, you will have a passion for providing exceptional customer service, be reliable and available to work a variety of shifts and have an uncompromising approach towards safety.

Ideally, you will hold an MR (or equivalent) licence and the ability to obtain a Driver’s Accreditation and a valid Blue Card before commencing work. While a track record as a capable, qualified driver is always an advantage, we have in-house staff to train new drivers and welcome those who are enthusiastic about joining the industry. Better still, you’ll earn while you learn in our paid training programs.

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Maintenance

Maintenance

With a modern fleet of more than 145 vehicles, our maintenance teams work together to ensure our buses and coaches are ready for their daily commute. Our depots have their own workshops, with positions available for qualified diesel mechanics, spray painters, body builders, upholsterers, and auto-electricians, as well as opportunities for trades assistants. To succeed in these roles, you will have the relevant trade qualifications and safety at front of mind, with experience working with heavy vehicles, and an MR licence (or equivalent), highly desirable. CDC Canberra also supports the next generation of maintenance staff through apprenticeships.

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Operator

Operations

Our operations teams are responsible for the delivery of our services. A precision team, they’re the ones behind the scenes, coordinating our buses and drivers to ensure services are reliable and punctual.

Operational roles include:

  • Depot managers
  • Operations managers and supervisors
  • Schedulers
  • Driver trainers
  • Charter operations

Apply Now

Customer Service

Customer Service / Administration

Our depots operate public transport, school, and charter services. They are supported by dedicated frontline charter and customer service representatives and administration coordinators who help the public with queries, assist with lost property, administer school bus passes, and co-ordinate charter bookings.

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Bus Driver

Bus Driver

Be the face of CDC Queensland, as you drive route, school or charter services for your local community. With five depots across the Sunshine Coast and Gladstone, as well our depots in Rockhampton and Yeppoon through our businesses, Young’s Bus Services and Rothery’s Coaches, we have both casual and full-time opportunities available. To be successful in this role, you will have a passion for providing exceptional customer service, be reliable and available to work a variety of shifts and have an uncompromising approach towards safety. You will hold an MR (or equivalent) licence and the ability to obtain a Drivers Accreditation and a valid Blue Card before commencing work. While a track record as a capable driver is always an advantage, we have in-house staff to train new drivers and welcome those who are enthusiastic about joining the industry.

Apply Now

Maintenance

Maintenance

With a modern fleet of more than 150 vehicles, our maintenance teams work together to ensure our buses and coaches are ready for their daily commute. Our Sunshine Coast and Gladstone depots have their own workshops, with positions available for qualified diesel mechanics, spray painters, body builders, upholsterers, and auto-electricians, as well as opportunities for trades assistants. To succeed in these roles, you will have the relevant trade qualifications and safety front of mind, with experience working with heavy vehicles, and an MR licence (or equivalent) is highly desirable. CDC Queensland also supports the next generation of maintenance staff through apprenticeships.

Apply Now

Operator

Operations

Our operations teams are responsible for the delivery of our services. A precision team, they’re the ones behind the scenes, coordinating our buses and drivers to ensure services are reliable and punctual.

Operational roles include:

  • Depot managers
  • Operations managers and supervisors
  • Schedulers
  • Driver trainers
  • Charter operations

Apply Now

Customer Service

Customer Service / Administration

Our Sunshine Coast depots operate charter and school bus services. Our Gladstone depot operates public transport, school, and charter services. They are supported by dedicated frontline charter and customer service representatives and administration co-ordinators who help the public with queries, assist with lost property, administer school bus passes, and co-ordinate charter bookings.

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Corporate Services

Corporate Services

CDC Queensland’s head office is in Kunda Park near Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast. Our corporate services team supports our frontline in ensuring all functions of the business operate smoothly.

Positions range from administration support to management in the following areas:

  • Finance and governance
  • Human resources
  • Customer service and sales
  • Community engagement
  • Marketing and communications
  • Health and safety
  • Systems
  • Facilities

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Bus Driver

Bus Driver

Be the face of CDC Northern Territory, as you drive urban, school or charter services for your local community. With six depots across Darwin, Alice Springs, Humpty Doo, Jabiru and Batchelor, we have casual and part-time opportunities available. To be successful in this role, you will have a passion for providing exceptional customer service, be reliable and available to work a variety of shifts and have an uncompromising approach towards safety. You will hold an MR (or equivalent) licence and the ability to obtain a Driver’s Accreditation and a valid Blue Card before commencing work. While a track record as a capable driver is always an advantage, we have in-house staff to train new drivers and welcome those who are enthusiastic about joining the industry.

Apply Now

Maintenance

Maintenance

With a modern fleet of more than 200 vehicles, our maintenance teams work together to ensure our buses and coaches are ready for their daily commute. Our depots have their own workshops, with positions available for qualified diesel mechanics, spray painters, body builders, upholsterers, and auto-electricians, as well as opportunities for trades assistants. To succeed in these roles, you will have the relevant trade qualifications and safety at front of mind, with experience working with heavy vehicles, and an MR licence (or equivalent), highly desirable. CDC Northern Territory also supports the next generation of maintenance staff through apprenticeships.

Apply Now

Operator

Operations

 

Our operations teams are responsible for the delivery of our services. A precision team, they’re the ones behind the scenes, coordinating our buses and drivers to ensure services are reliable and punctual.

Operational roles include:

  • Depot managers
  • Operations managers and supervisors
  • Schedulers
  • Driver trainers
  • Charter operations

Apply Now

Customer Service

Customer Service / Administration

 

Our depots operate public transport, school, and charter services. They are supported by dedicated frontline charter and customer service representatives and administration coordinators who help the public with queries, assist with lost property, administer school bus passes, and co-ordinate charter bookings.

Apply Now

Ambulant Transport

Ambulance Transport Attendants – Melbourne Metro and Regional Areas

We are seeking full time, part time and casual qualified Ambulance Transport Attendants for Metropolitan Melbourne, Benalla, Wodonga, Wangaratta, Shepparton, Mildura, Swan Hill and Warrnambool. If you are AHPRA registered or hold the Diploma of Paramedicine please apply completing all aspects of the application paperwork (successful completion of the paperwork forms part of the selection criteria).

Responsibilities:

  • Primary care, monitoring and treatment of patients during transport;
  • Provision of clinical handovers for all inter-hospital and diagnostic related transfers;
  • Performing, as part of a team, to deliver high quality care and treatment in a timely, safe and efficient manner;
  • Complying with patient care related clinical and operational policies and procedures as specified in the patient transport regulations and Clinical Practice Protocols;
  • Safe driving of patient transport vehicles in accordance with respective road laws across Victoria.

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Critical Care Nurse

Critical Care Registered Nurses

We seek expressions of interest from Critical Care Registered Nurses with recent experience in ICU and ED to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Care of high acuity patients for inter-hospital transfers
  • Care of low and medium acuity patients as required
  • Working as part of a team to deliver high quality care and treatment in a safe, timely and efficient manner
  • Compliance with patient care documentation requirements
  • Adhering to all relevant NEPT regulations and clinical practice protocols
  • Compliance with organisational policies and procedures
  • Maintaining critical care currency by continuing to work in a hospital in a Critical Care area on a regular basis

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Customer Service

National Employee & Workplace Relations Manager

 

Melbourne VIC
(Industrial Relations – IR Manager)
Full time

Purpose of the role:

Reporting to the National Head of People & Culture, the National Employee & Workplace Relations Manager is responsible for delivering strategic advice to Managers regarding the prevention and resolution of union consultations, employment legislation, award provisions and wage negotiations. This role will also support matters relating to performance management and resolution of grievances at the escalation point.

Equal Opportunity:

ComfortDelGro Australia is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and developing a diverse workforce which reflects the community we serve. We encourage and welcome applications from all genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people who identify as LGBTQI+, candidates with varying abilities and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Flexibility and Agile Working:

ComfortDelGro supports flexibility and agile working, whilst this role is advertised as based in Melbourne (CBD) Victoria, we are also open to candidates working from our NSW (St Mary’s) operation, we continue to maintain a flexible philosophy, to supporting our employees, their work life balance and professional growth.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Provide interpretation of awards and legislation.
  • Keep abreast of legislations, industrial instruments, and industrial bulletins (media included).
  • Support the business unit General Managers (People & Culture) as required to prevent the escalation of disputes.
  • Support organisational change processes to mitigate the risk of industrial disputes and ensure compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Review and approve written communication for employee relations.
  • Provide strategic guidance in relation to negotiations with unions and employees.
  • Develop Industrial Relations training for Managers.
  • Provide written and verbal advice on general industrial matters (including client requests ie., State government).
  • Support General Managers (People & Culture) in relevant jurisdictions, prepare briefs for counsel and other case preparatory work.
  • Design and manage the industry relations portfolio.
  • Provide strategy, advice and leadership in all Australia wide industry relations protocols and practices.
  • Convene and facilitate key internal and external networks to manage strategic partnership with industry stakeholders.

Key Requirements:

  • Prior experience in employee relations or industrial relations.
  • Proven experience dealing with industry unions is highly desirable.
  • Understanding of HR policies and procedures.
  • In-depth knowledge of employment legislation.
  • Strong problem-solving, negotiation and influencing skills.
  • Tertiary qualifications relevant to Industrial Relations/Legal and/or Human Resources.
  • Ability to work autonomously.

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Thank you for the taking the time to apply for this role, please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and interviews can be held via TEAMs or in person, depending on the candidates geographical situation.

Customer Service

Manager – Corporate Communications

 

Melbourne VIC
Management (Marketing & Communications)
Full time

Purpose of the role:

Reporting to the General Manager – Brand and Marketing, the Manager – Corporate Communications is responsible for developing and delivering the strategic communications plan for ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia (CDC) and working collaboratively with our business units to implement local strategies that align with a national approach.

Who we are:

ComfortDelGro Australia (CDC) is a trusted and longstanding partner of government and business. We are proud to be moving millions of customers every year and committed to delivering best-in-class transport solutions. In addition to buses, taxis and non-emergency patient transport, our parent company – ComfortDelGro Corporation – which is headquartered in Singapore, operates other businesses including automotive engineering services, inspection and testing services, driving centres, insurance services and outdoor advertising.

ComfortDelGro Australia (CDC) provides safe and reliable transport services to metro and regional communities across New South Wales, Victoria, the Northern Territory, Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory and Western Australia. With every journey, we’re linking people to places and building communities.

Equal Opportunity:

ComfortDelGro Australia is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and developing a diverse workforce which reflects the community we serve. We encourage and welcome applications from all genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people who identify as LGBTQI+, candidates with varying abilities and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Flexibility and Agile Working:

ComfortDelGro supports flexibility and agile working, whilst this role is advertised as based in Melbourne (CBD) Victoria, we are also open to candidates working from our NSW (St Mary’s) operation, we continue to maintain a flexible philosophy, to supporting our employees, their work life balance and professional growth.

Major Responsibilities – supporting the national strategy:

  • Develop, implement, and manage the communications strategy for CDC, identifying initiatives and activities that build and maintain a positive corporate brand.
  • Plan and coordinate internal and external communication initiatives, including media releases and public relations activities, with maximum reach to the defined audience.
  • Plan and coordinate national marketing campaigns and initiatives, in collaboration with key stakeholders.
  • Provide guidance and support to business units.
  • Manage national social media channels and collaborate with stakeholders on aligned campaigns.

Communications Management:

  • Maintain an annual Marketing and Communications plan, lead and manage national communication and campaigns.
  • Work in collaboration with business units to support their marketing and communication initiatives and activities.
  • Develop and implement policies and procedures to support a nationally aligned communications strategy and maintain a positive corporate brand.
  • Maintain knowledge of communications industry trends, competitor activities and optimise external communications. Monitor CDC/industry news.
  • Support ComfortDelGro Head Office (Singapore) and its subsidiaries requests.
  • Review ComfortDelGro Australia’s website.
  • Evaluate the success of national communications programs and initiatives.
  • Lead and manage external communications.
  • Manage communication material including but not limited to media releases, corporate brochures, speeches, corporate videos etc.
  • Identify industry relevant activities/events.
  • Manage the internal communications strategy and platform.
  • Deliver strategic communications as required by the Chief Executive Officer.

 Digital Communications Platforms:

Manage and moderate corporate communications, including but not limited to LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook whilst providing analysis and reporting of social media activities and website usage.

Media Relations:

Acting as the corporate spokesperson as required, you will maintain and develop relationships with relevant media outlets, ensuring CDC maintains fair and accurate coverage of industry activities. You will also maintain and develop links with media outlets to facilitate communication and ensure fair and accurate coverage of the company and industry activities whilst managing CDC’s Media Monitoring agency.

Marketing Management:

Your experience in Marketing will help develop and implement an annual Marketing and Communications Plan, supporting stakeholders and assisting or driving media events, launches, ministerial and high-profile visits.

Qualifications, Knowledge & Experience:

  • Significant Communications experience with a successful track record, tertiary qualification in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, or related field (Minimum 5 years’ experience is required within Corporate Communications)
  • Digital marketing experience will be highly regarded.
  • Highly developed strategic communications and project management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to tailor communications to the target audience whilst providing media relations advice to stakeholders by utilising your existing media contacts.
  • Attention to detail, organisational, time management and planning skills.
  • A team player with the ability to build rapport.
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.

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Thank you for the taking the time to apply for this role, please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and interviews can be held via TEAMs or in person, depending on the candidates geographical situation.

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