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Acquired Awareness – Pod Trucks

AATM have received our first delivery of our Pod Trucks! This will allow AATM to facilitate quicker & safer deployment for our high traffic volume job sites.

Do you have pod experience or interested in pod truck driving?

Let our team know! 07 3881 3008 (option 6)

Ute Drivers & STS Needed – Traffic Control

AATM are looking for Ute Drivers & STS in the following areas:

– Gold Coast
– Sunshine Coast
– Brisbane
– Somerset
– Ipswich
– Toowoomba
– Gympie

We have long term contracts in all areas! Interested?

Please contact AATM on any of the below methods:
P: 07 3881 3008 (option 6)
E: [email protected]

Traffic Controllers wanted!

Are you looking to get into the Traffic Control industry, or are you a current Traffic Controller looking for work? Acquired Awareness Traffic Management are currently looking for employees throughout the SEQ area!

Don’t have your tickets but would like to get into the industry? Please follow this link to our Courses page to see when our next upcoming courses are and enrol today!

For potential job opportunities, please contact our HR department on 07 3881 3008 (option 6) or via email [email protected]

TMA Operator and Truck Drivers – SE Queensland

Acquired Awareness Traffic Management currently have positions for TMA drivers in the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and Gold Coast areas.
What we offer:
– On-going continuous work / plenty of hours
– Immediate start
– Above award rates and bonuses
– Weekly pay
– Travel, vehicle and meal allowance
– Free PPE and Tools of Trade
– Casual and Permanent employment options available
– Safe working environment
– Opportunities to progress within the company
What is required:
– MR or higher Drivers Licence
– Truck Driver experience
– White Card
– QLD Traffic Control Industry Authority
– QLD Traffic Management Implementation card
– Availability to work nights
– Strong communication skills and positive attitude
Want the work but don’t have some of the required licences and/or tickets?
AATM will provide the follow training free of charge to selected candidates (conditions apply):
For experienced traffic management personnel:
– Free truck licence training,
– Free TMA mentoring and AATM TMA VOC or,
– For experienced truck drivers:
– Free traffic control course,
– Free traffic management implementation course and,
– Free TMA mentoring and AATM TMA VOC
Email your application (including your address and mobile number) to [email protected]
Call the AATM HR Team on 3881 3008

Traffic Controller Work Available

Are you looking for work?

  • Do you live in the Sunshine Coast or Moreton Bay areas?
  • Are you available to work immediately either days or nights?

Do you have all the following:

  • Driver’s Licence and access to your own transport
  • White Card
  • QLD Traffic Control Industry Authority
  • QLD Traffic Management Implementation card

If yes, then Acquired Awareness Traffic Management would like to hear from you.

Immediate start and plenty of hours available to successful applicants.

Take home ute (traffic control ute drivers only)

Meaningful career opportunities

Want to apply and have your D/L, transport and live in areas indicated but, do not have the tickets?

Free courses to the value of approx. $1,000 available to selected applicants (conditions and approx. $600 of additional expenses apply).

Email your application (including your address and mobile) to [email protected] today

Hiring: Payroll Officer

This role provides you the opportunity to work in a family-owned, values-driven business who has strong employee tenure. You will be supported and guided to ensure you are a long-term and successful member of the business.

A typical week will involve Being part of a team of two who efficient and accurate processing of a 300+ end-to-end weekly payroll (fulltime and casual staff) Calculating leave accruals, terminations, redundancies, and all employee allowances Reconciliation and lodgement of superannuation and statutory obligations including PAYG, Payroll Tax, WorkCover Review and update payroll processes and procedures to ensure the payroll department is working efficiently and effectively as possible.

Understanding the awards and EBA relevant to the organisation Answer team members questions relating to payroll What you need to succeed in this role Demonstrate 2+ years of experience in a similar role A proven record of completing payroll accurately and on time Advance MYOB skills Intermediate to advanced Excel, Outlook and Access skills Excellent attention to detail, time management skills and a high standard work

You will be organised and efficient, manage competing priorities, and double-check your own work Self-motivation and ability to work effectively on your own or with a team A friendly and collaborative working style is essential Experience and skills in payroll processing for a labour hire or recruitment company will be highly regarded Although no tertiary qualifications are necessary, a Certificate IV in Payroll Administration would be highly regarded

What’s in it for you –
Full-time permanent role
A competitive salary in line with experience
A supportive company where everyone’s contribution is valued Ongoing role related training
Casual dress Fridays
Weekly pay!

Please contact the HR Team on [Email address hidden] for more information.

Job also on Seek:

Traffic Controllers needed – Sunshine Coast Region/North Brisbane

Acquired Awareness Traffic Management is a highly regarded supplier of all Traffic Management Solutions.

We currently have large government and private sector contracts covering numerous projects and locations.

We are currently looking for dedicated Traffic Controllers in the Sunshine Coast region. Requiring Straight to Site, Ute Drivers, TMA & VMS drivers due to company expansion.

Work available in North Brisbane and Sunshine Coast.

What we offer:
• Take Home Ute for qualified staff
• PPE and Uniforms provided
• Weekly pay
• Penalties and allowances
• On going continuous work
• Day, Weekend and night shifts available
• Discounted Training
• Opportunities to progress within the company
Essential Requirements:
• Manual Driver’s Licence
• White Card
• Traffic Control Licence
• UHF Radio
• Must be able to use a smartphone

Looking to start work from mid-January.
For more information contact:

[email protected] or call 3881 3008
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Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) QLD Branch in support of Road Safety Week

John Cassel (GM of Acquired Awareness) acting as Vice Chair of the TMAA Queensland branch attended a site on the M1 yesterday in support of road safety week.

In attendance were Minister for Transport Mark Bailey, local member for McCalister Melissa McMahon and local member for Springwood Mick de Brenni.

The Minister for Transport discussed the governments road safety week initiative and the Connecting Queensland Project.

It’s wonderful to see the great support from government for road safety initiatives that support the safety of road users, road workers and traffic management personnel.

For more details about the road safety initiatives please see below.

Twitter video via Mark Bailey & Annastacia Palaszcuk

TMR Web Post

TMAA Facebook Post


TMR fact sheets

TMR have released a library of fact sheets for works on roads over the last number of years providing information to clarify misunderstandings or fill gaps in the knowledge of industry as a whole.

These fact sheets provide easy to read, relevant information for the traffic management industry in general and for traffic management designers in particular.

Vulnerable road users require special consideration at roadwork sites as changed conditions can seriously affect the ability for these road users to safely navigate through , with a recent release highlighting motorcycles. Previous fact sheets have also focused on pedestrians and cyclists (also considered vulnerable road users).

These fact sheets can be found on the TMR website or by clicking here.


The newly released Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management

Looking for some light reading over Christmas? Than look no further than the Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management (AGTTM).

Austroads released their much anticipated Guide to Temporary Traffic Management in early December 2019.

At present, it is unknown how much of the guide Queensland will adopt as the decision will be made by Transport and Main Roads Queensland (TMR).

TMR have released a statement on the Guide which can be downloaded by clicking here. (Note: this will automatically download the statement in pdf format)

However, this is still a great opportunity to see what may be coming down the pipeline for traffic management in our state.

The 10 parts of the guide can be downloaded for free from the Austroads website here.

The new release of AS1742.3 is expected soon.