How to get a Job at the Monash Children’s Hospital Project

How to get a Job at the Monash Children’s Hospital Project


In the ‘How to get a job at …….’ series we are going to be running over Australian Mining and Construction projects all over the country.  In each post we will include an Overview of the project, a Location Profile, the Companies involved, the Occupations required, the skills / qualifications that will help you to get your foot in the door and the Enterprise Bargaining Agreements.  This will help you to stay in the loop and know how to skill up where needed.  The aim is to help you get yourself into the best position to land a start on the major sites and projects around Australia.

 

About the Monash Children’s Hospital Project

From the Monash Children’s Hospital website

The new state-of-the-art Monash Children’s Hospital will be based at Clayton and provide 230 beds within a dedicated child and family friendly paediatric environment.

The Monash Children’s Hospital service profile will include:

  • Acute Paediatric Inpatient beds: 96
  • Paediatric Intensive Care Unit beds: 10
  • Neonatal Care beds (ie Monash Newborn): 64
  • Same Day Medical and Surgical beds: 20
  • Same Day Oncology beds: 12
  • Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry beds: 8
  • Early in Life Mental Health Service beds: 20
  • Operating Theatres: 3 plus a dedicated Endoscopy Suite
  • Outpatient Consulting and Allied Health Therapy spaces
  • Imaging Modalities – 3 modalities including 1 MRI and Mock MRI, 2 Xray and 4 Ultrasound

The construction of the new Monash Children’s Hospital will work to the following schedule :

  • June 2014 – Helipad relocated from site
  • July 2014 – Construction work commence on site
  • September 2014 – Commencement of concrete structure
  • October 2014 – Erection of first crane
  • November 2014 – Erection of second crane
  • August 2015 – Concrete structure complete
  • October 2015 – Facade envelope complete
  • Late 2016 – Building works complete

From the Vic Government website

Construction has begun on the new Monash Children’s Hospital in Clayton, creating more than 700 construction-related jobs.
“This $250 million Monash Children’s Hospital in Clayton is part of our commitment to build a healthier south east region, and a healthier Victoria. Construction of the four-level hospital is expected to be completed by late 2016, and will generate more than 700 construction-related jobs.” ”Dr Napthine said.  

 

Location Profile – Melbourne

Garden City, Port Phillip, Yarra River, St Kilda, Fitzroy, Federation Square,  MCG, Docklands, Four Seasons In a Day, Tourism, Finance, Commerce, Manufacturing, AFL, Melbourne Cup, Cricket, Nightlife, Bars, Shopping, Art Galleries, Cafes, Laneways, Beaches, Swimming, Cycling, Live Music, Culture

Population 3.999,982 (2011 ABS)

Melbourne City Council

Melbourne – Rents as at Jul 2012

2 Bed 1 Bath –  $210 – $650

3 Bed 1 Bath –  $200 – $720

4 Bed 2 Bath – $275 – $2100

Melbourne – House Prices as at Jul 2012

2 Bed 1 Bath –  $185,000 – $770,000

3 Bed 1 Bath –  $195,000– $1.750,000

4 Bed 2 Bath – $265,000 – $2.420,000

Climate data for Melbourne
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C 45.6 46.4 41.7 34.9 28.7 22.4 23.1 26.5 31.4 36.9 40.9 43.7 46.4
Average high °C 25.9 25.8 23.9 20.3 16.7 14.1 13.5 15.0 17.2 19.7 22.0 24.2 19.9
Average low °C 14.3 14.6 13.2 10.8 8.6 6.9 6.0 6.7 8.0 9.5 11.2 12.9 10.2
Record low °C 5.5 4.5 2.8 1.5 −1.1 −2.2 −2.8 −2.1 −0.5 0.1 2.5 4.4 −2.8
Rainfall mm 47.6 48.0 50.3 57.4 55.8 49.0 47.5 50.0 58.1 66.4 60.4 59.5 650.0
Avg. rainy days 8.4 7.5 9.4 11.8 14.6 15.4 16.1 16.1 14.9 14.2 11.8 10.4 150.6
Source: www.bom.gov.au

 

Companies Involved with the Monash Children’s Hospital Project

Lend Lease – Lend Lease Building Contractors has been appointed the managing contractor for the construction of the new Monash Children’s Hospital.

Sub-contractors will be engaged for different works through out the length of the project, so far the following have been awarded work :

Downer Infrastructure – EW Electrical.

Cooke & Dowsett – EW Hydraulics & Hydraulic ECI.

CDL & Fitzgerald – Excavation, Retention and Tunnel.

Contractfire – Fire Services.

AG Coombs – Mechanical ECI.

Form 700 – Structure (Main incl. structural precast).

ThyssenKrupp – Elevators (Vertical Transportation).

 

Occupations Required at the Monash Children’s Hospital Project

  • Electrical Trades
  • Mechanical Trades
  • Building Trades
  • Rigging
  • Mobile Plant Operator / Truck Driver
  • Cleaning Staff
  • Crane Operators
  • Labourer / Trades Assistant
  • Metal Trades
  • Health & Safety

 

Qualifications to help you get a foot in at the Monash Children’s Hospital Project

 

Interstate Licence Recognition

A helpful tool to finding out whether your trade qualification needs mutual recognition when working interstate.
Check out the Cribhut Daily post – Thinking about Working Interstate – Licence Recognition

 

Monash Children’s Hospital Project Union Enterprise Bargaining Agreements

An Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) is a collective industrial agreement between either an employer and a trade union acting on behalf of employees or an employer and employees acting for themselves.

At this stage of the project no EBA’s can be found.  As this project moves forward the appropraite EBA’s will be uploaded into this article.

 

Disclaimer: Cribhut provides this information with the best intentions, but purely as a guide.  Like most things in life, there are no guarantees.  Your lively hood is your own responsibility and even if following the above recommendations, it is still up to you to do your own research, to be patient, persistent and put in the hard work.

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