New South Wales
From Armidale to Zara and everywhere in between—Haynes is your one-stop shop for all labour-hire and recruitment needs.
Haynes supports you through your search for qualified candidates and general labour. We’ve helped fill positions from office assistants to engineers, from tradies, builders, electricians and plumbers – all the way up to executive management.
With over 30 years of experience in the New South Wales markets, Haynes have placed candidates in towns across the state:
The New South Wales government continues to promote renewable electricity projects across the state. The demand for short-term labour staff will only rise as more and more projects are approved, and work begins. Haynes has been invested in the solar farm construction space for several years. With a number of completed projects on our books, our team has a strong network of connections and trust.
Labourers and trade assistants are an essential part of the renewable energy industry in New South Wales. These roles are responsible for completing various tasks on site, such as: cleaning and preparing the site, erecting scaffolding and ladders, assisting electricians with wiring, and helping with the installation of solar panels, wind turbines and other renewable energy infrastructure. Labourers and trade assistants can also help with the maintenance of equipment, ensuring that it is kept in good working order. With renewable energy becoming more prevalent across New South Wales, these roles are in high demand, offering excellent career opportunities.
Leading hands play a vital role in the renewable energy industry in New South Wales. As supervisors and construction managers, leading hands are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of a job site. Their duties include planning and scheduling work, coordinating activities between teams, and monitoring progress and quality of work. They also provide direction and guidance to other workers, and act as a link between upper management and front-line staff.
Engineers are essential to any civil construction project in NSW. Structural engineers, highway engineers, civil engineers, drainage engineers, geotechnical engineers and environmental engineers all have roles to play in making sure projects are completed safely, efficiently and to the highest standard. Structural engineers ensure buildings and structures are safe, stable and sound. Highway engineers provide expertise on the design and implementation of highway infrastructure. Civil engineers focus on the physical elements of a construction project, such as roads, bridges and drainage systems. Drainage engineers look at the water flow of a construction project, considering rainfall, flooding and runoff. Geotechnical engineers focus on how soil, rock and other materials will interact with a project, while environmental engineers ensure the project is designed to protect natural resources and the environment. Each of these disciplines can be applied to a variety of civil construction projects, such as roads, bridges, dams and water treatment facilities.
In New South Wales, there is a high demand for skilled operators to fill positions ranging from CNC machines to forklifts and production lines. It is essential that these operators have experience in the industry and an in-depth understanding of the relevant machinery, in order to ensure the safe and efficient operation of all equipment.
Fitter roles are critical to manufacturing, and they involve the installation, assembly, repair and maintenance of mechanical equipment, tools and machinery. Fitters often work with metal and other materials to create components for machines and other equipment.
Officers can take on roles such as Sales Admin, Data Entry, Customer Service, or Site. Sales Admin involves managing sales activities, making sure that customers receive a positive experience and ensuring that sales targets are met. Data Entry involves inputting data into a system accurately and quickly, using software programs such as spreadsheets and databases. Customer Service includes taking orders from customers and providing support when necessary. Finally, Site officers are responsible for ensuring that the site is running smoothly and efficiently, including monitoring safety and compliance.