Working at Benedict
Benedict is an industry leader in both the Quarry and Recycled materials industry. As a company, we value our employee’s contribution to our success and understand the significant role they play in ensuring we remain an industry leader. We are a proudly family owned and operated business and values driven organisation.
Benedict has locations throughout the greater Sydney region as well as regional locations in Cowra, Wollongong and Newcastle. As a business we are constantly growing and evolving, seeking new locations to expand our area of service.
We employ people across a range of occupations
As an equal opportunity employer we are proud of our diverse workforce and will continue to take positive steps to ensure our employees feel included at work, regardless of their backgrounds. We promote a safe workplace and take positive steps to ensure not only our employees, but our customers and the community have a safe environment.
Admin and Support functions
Including Accountants, HR, WHS, logistics, IT etc.
Working for Benedict comes with many benefits. We promote a work/life balance and are proud of our efforts to support our employees in both their professional and personal lives. Some benefits on offer include:
- Annual Flu Vaccinations
- Salary Sacrifice options
- Flexible working conditions
- Access to tickets for sporting events
- Study Assistance programs including traineeships, study leave and employer funded study
- Employee Assistant Program – a free and confidential counselling service available not only for employees but immediate family members to access in times of need.
Our Recruitment Process
Interested in working for us? Here is our recruitment process!
1. Search for roles that suite your skills and experience in our Talent Management System
2. Follow the online application process, ensuring you include a resume & cover letter.
3. We contact you if you are successful in progressing to a phone or face to face interview.
4. If the interview is successful, we will check your references, your right to work and ask you to undergo a pre employment medical, including a drug and alcohol screen. You may also need to do some role specific testing.
5. If everything works out – we will make you an offer to join Benedict!
Kelli has been employed at Benedict Recycling since May 2014 in the role of Pricing / Invoicing Clerk and Weighbridge Administrator. She likes that every day is different and challenging at Benedict and the management and her colleagues are always a pleasure to work with. Outside of work, Kelli is a competitive power-lifter which takes her all over Australia and the world to compete. The flexibility and support Benedict offer their employees allow Kelli to pursue her sport whilst being a valued member of the Benedict team!
Steve’s a Sales Executive and reckons he’s learnt more in three years with Benedict than in his previous 10 years in the industry. A great team player not only at work – Steve’s also as a member of the Australian Oz- Tag team (The Tagaroos). “I love how Benedict are constantly looking for ways to improve and innovate, and I’m yet to see or hear of a company that looks after its people like Benedict does.”
Vena has been with Benedict since 2011. Commencing as a casual employee, Vena progressed through the ranks and is now a qualified Plant Operator. Highly valued, Vena and enjoys mentoring and helping other up-and-coming employees to learn new skills. Vena believes that there are opportunities to advance not only for the team, but for every individual too.
Robbie started working at Benedict in 2014, After his very first year with the company, Robbie was presented with the Values Champion Award for ‘living’ our company values. Robbie is extremely positive, tenacious and always customer focussed. He initially started at our Banksmeadow site and has advanced rapidly. Today, Robbie manages our hand unload area at Chipping Norton.
Jill started working for Benedict in June 1974. As our longest serving employee, Jill has watched the company grow from a small family owned haulage company to what it is today. Presently she is a Transport Allocator, but over the years has done a variety of roles including payroll and accounts receivable/payable, although Ron (our founder) said she wasn’t any good at Accounts Receivable because she was too trusting, believing any story people told her about why their account was overdue! Jill has remained with Benedict because of the people she works with; they have become friends – both past and present. Jill feels that management have always been understanding about her needs be it a sick kid or the death of a much-loved family dog. One of Jill’s funniest memories while working at Benedict was when she thought she wouldn’t be able to get to work because the road into the sand quarry was flooded – Ron sent the loader to save her and she was ferried across to work standing on the loader steps. No-one was concerned about strict WH&S compliance back in those days!