Gladstone celebrates NAIDOC Week

Left to Right: Maddison Petrie, Taleigha Salam, Nathan Smith, Hayden Oliver, Mikayla Cook Our Gladstone branch in Queensland recently celebrated NAIDOC…

Trade For A Day Event

Programmed once again hosted a ‘Trade For A Day’ event’ as part of its Social Inclusion Program. The program this…

A Very Successful Run Melbourne Event

Tyson Stanley, the son of Programmed Operations Manager, Dan Petrovic, has been bravely battling Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP), one of…

Programmed engages with ARA Indigenous Services

As part of the recently awarded ‘Enhancing Infrastructure and Maintenance Delivery’ contract with Melbourne Water, Programmed is responsible for the…

It’s a candidate’s market in 2022

We saw it early last year, but the job market continued to bounce back throughout the rest of 2021 and…

Supporting Ukrainian Refugees

Programmed recently partnered with the Australian Red Cross to help find suitable employment for 5,000+ Ukrainian refugees who are anticipated to land…

2022-23 Programmed and PERSOLKELLY’s Economic and Employment Key Insights and Salary Guide

Australia and New Zealand have made significant progress in their economic recoveries after a couple of years of disruption due…

Making A Difference Together

The Programmed Social Inclusion Team, in collaboration with our vendor partner, Hypdup Constructions, made a generous donation to Ronald McDonald…

A Creative, Fun Way To Kick Off Pride Month!

At Programmed we’re proud to be championing a diverse and inclusive workforce across our organisation that reflects the communities we…

A Spark Of Inspiration For Future Tradies

Congratulations to participants on Ginninderry’s SPARK Ginninderry Construction Taster Program who graduated earlier this month! Participants had a week’s hands-on work experience…

Giving Back and Serving Our Community A Tasty Lunch

As part of National Volunteers Week, some of the Western Australia team at Programmed had the special opportunity to join…

Cody’s Journey From Apprentice to Fully Qualified

At Programmed, we empower our people and provide them with opportunities to grow. Here is how our apprentice, Cody, took…

Programmed takes home industry safety award

Last night Programmed was announced as the winner of the ‘Excellence in Safety & Wellbeing Culture’ award at the RCSA…

Prioritise yourself this Men’s Health Week

June 13th to 19th is International Men’s Health Week in Australia. It’s a week all about urging men to prioritise…

Diamond Ring Comes Back Around to Owner

Lin was departing from her Sydney holiday, returning to Perth. After a long wait in the security line, with over…

Woodside awards Karratha housing and key facilities maintenance contract to Programmed – delivering more jobs for locals

Woodside facilities and housing in the Karratha region of Western Australia are to be maintained and managed by maintenance, staffing…

Be brave and make change this National Reconciliation Week

May 27th to June 3rd is National Reconciliation Week around Australia. This year’s theme is ‘Be Brave. Make Change.’ It…

Making An Impact On and Off The Court

Here at Programmed, we work in a partnership with our customers, and we take every opportunity to provide a meaningful…

2022 New Zealand Budget

Big support package to help ease costs and build industry resilience Galloping inflation and rising interest rates have seen the…

Pledge to take care on our roads this National Road Safety Week

May 15th to 22nd is National Road Safety Week in Australia. It’s a week to raise awareness about safety on…

Australian Labour Market insights report (May 2022)

Job market tightens as economic recovery strengthens Australia continues to experience an extremely tight labour market, with low unemployment, surging…

New Zealand Labour Market insights report (May 2022)

Talent goes begging in competitive labour market Very tight labour market conditions continued in New Zealand in the early months…

Another flowing win with Programmed partnering with South East Water

FROM 1 October 2022, South East Water joins forces with Programmed as one of their industry partners to deliver Water…

Look out for yourself and others this Heart Week

This week from May 2nd to May 8th is Heart Week. A week all about raising awareness of the importance…

A special, unforgettable moment for Jack

On Saturday the 9th of April, during round 4 of the AFL Premiership Season, Jack and his sister Lucy had…

New Zealand’s largest Telco Chorus appoints a new caretaker

Programmed has won a competitive bid to maintain Chorus’ property portfolio across 2,600 sites in a potential eight-year, multi-million-dollar contract.

2022 Australian Federal Budget

Training and employment are a major focus of 2022 Budget With the federal government facing a do-or-die election, the Budget…

Explaining a career break

Career breaks are common and often necessary for a variety of reasons. However, you’re not alone if the thought of…

Celebrate everyone belonging this Harmony Week

March 21st to 27th is Harmony Week and we invite everyone to participate and celebrate Australia and New Zealand’s cultural…

Melbourne Water – Water deal to refresh network

FROM 1 July 2022, Melbourne Water will partner with specialist maintenance and capital delivery provider, Programmed, to help maintain the city’s water supply catchments, 1,300 kilometres of distribution pipes, and recycling and treatment plants that provide high quality drinking water to Melbourne residents.

Graduating class hands baton to next NETTS generation

Our NETTS Program has bid farewell to another graduating class and swiftly welcomed in its new recruits within the space…

Everyone is responsible for safety

It’s often said that the standard you walk past is the standard you accept and when it comes to safety…

New Zealand Labour Market insights report (Feb 2022)

Steering through Omicron New Zealand is about to head into largely uncharted economic waters as its exceptionally strong jobs market…

Australian Labour Market insights report (Feb 2022)

Australia’s labour market has continued to recover, with strong employment growth, but significant disruption was caused by the spread of…

Turbocharge your LinkedIn profile

With nearly 800 million members, LinkedIn is by far the largest professional network in the world. Some people know everything…

How to switch off from work these holidays

There’s nothing wrong with thinking about work or specific projects outside of your set work hours. For many people, a…

How to spot and treat heat-related illnesses

As the weather heats up as we head into summer, making sure we’re looking after our wellbeing at work is…

2022 – Trends for Managing Technology.

A new year is just around the corner, and while it’s probably unrealistic to hope that all the volatility and uncertainty of the past two years is now behind us, one thing is sure: technology and digital acceleration will continue to be primary drivers of the COVID-recovery.

Keeping safe during the festive season

The holidays are right around the corner, and while the end of the year is always a great time to…

Social Inclusion Week asks us to connect, collaborate and celebrate

This week is Social Inclusion Week (SIW) in Australia, running from November 20th to the 28th. Founded in 2009 by…

How and why you should bring your whole self to work

There’s a good chance you’ve heard the term ‘bringing your whole self to work’ before, as it gets thrown around…

Programmed partners with City of Melbourne

Almost 200 critical City of Melbourne government buildings, libraries, swimming pools and child-care centres are to be maintained for the next three years and more by the same company that services the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Shrine of Remembrance.

There are MO ways to change the face of men’s health this Movember

As well as make us realise we haven’t got long to get Christmas presents sorted, November’s arrival also signifies that…

New Zealand Labour Market Insights Report

Volatility becomes the norm as the jobs market swings The re-imposition of lockdowns led to a sharp drop in job…

Australian Labour Market Insights Report

Australia’s labour market has been hit by an extraordinary double punch in recent months, leaving many employers frustrated and puzzled…

Going with the Flow – Bharath Kartha

Mechanical Engineer Bharath Kartha graduated from Programmed’s Water Academy, a training platform for emerging Water Industry professionals.

Expanding our Community

Media Release MAINTENANCE arrangements for 6,300 public housing properties in the Pilbara and Mid-West regions are secure after Programmed acquired…

The state of the Australian job market in changing times

Australia’s labour market has been hit by an extraordinary double punch in recent months, leaving many employers frustrated and puzzled…

Creating Awareness Around Fire Safety

In partnership with ACT Fire and Rescue services and Housing ACT, Programmed held a Fire Safety Workshop for members of the public housing community.

2021-22 Programmed and PERSOLKELLY’s Economic and Employment Key Insights and Salary Guide

Both Australia and New Zealand have undergone a period of continued disruption over the past year as the COVID-19 pandemic…

Audio Visual / Communications Apprentice at Programmed Electrical Technologies

At Programmed, we take every opportunity to provide meaningful, long term employment through apprenticeships and training opportunities. We see the value derived from bringing new thoughts and ways of working into our business.

Key Project – Programmed Electrical Technologies & Brisbane Girl’s Grammar

Programmed Electrical Technologies has a rich history in supporting educational institutions across their communications and audio-visual environments. Despite the disruptions caused to learning in schools by Covid-19, our Queensland team are proud to have successfully delivered installation and commissioning services for the Science Learning Centre at Brisbane Girl’s Grammar in 2020.

New economic challenges begin to materialise

As New Zealand emerges from the throes of the pandemic, it’s something other than COVID-19 that has politicians and residents…

Utilising Drones to Achieve Zero Harm in Programmed’s Workforce 

One of Programmed’s goals is to deliver innovative solutions that provide successful outcomes for our clients. We see this goal operating in conjunction with our value of personal safety and achieving zero harm in our workforce. 

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