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Serco Australia is increasing its business in Tasmania, unveiling its Hobart office in Salamanca Square this week. The company said the move will support its work in commissioning and operating Australia’s new icebreaker, the RSV Nuyina.
Serco Australia will be hosting an industry briefing in Hobart next week to discuss the opportunities available to local industry to support the operation and maintenance of Australia’s new icebreaker.
Serco Australia is pleased to announce it will provide two new call and web-based support services to Victoria Police as part of a program that will reduce the need for police clerical duties.
Seven inspirational Aboriginal women in Victoria have been recognised with awards celebrating their commitment to community empowerment. Indigenous Employment Partners (IEP) and Serco Australia celebrated NAIDOC week with a special event in Melbourne recognising the 2018 theme “Because of Her, We Can!”
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, will be in a close period between 1 July 2018 and publication of the results for the first half of the financial year on Thursday 2 August 2018. Serco will be holding meetings with analysts today, during which no additional material information will be disclosed.
Road Trauma Support Services Victoria (RTSSV) shares a common goal with the Serco Traffic Camera Services (TCS) team: to help make Victorian roads safer. It is this shared vision that made for a natural partnership with the not-for-profit organisation in 2014, which has seen Serco team members raising funds each year to help the RTSSV support people impacted by road trauma and address the attitudes and behaviours of road users through education.
In June, Serco had the pleasure of presenting a cheque for $10,809.30 to the service – the team’s largest donation so far, bringing total contributions over the last four years to more than $30,000. The donation was a result of the fundraising efforts of TCS staff members, which were matched dollar for dollar by Serco.
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, has received formal notification from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), that Serco has been awarded a contract to continue to support eligibility determinations for citizens purchasing health insurance through the Federal Health Insurance Exchanges.
Acacia Prison’s healthcare team has been recognised with a global award for single-mindedly improving its care of patients in prison while also improving staff morale and making the prison healthcare centre a great place to work.
Lina Edmunds and Robert Meek, Patient Transport Officers from Fiona Stanley Hospital have been recognised with a global award for coming to the aid of an unconscious woman lying in a car on the side of the road.
For one week every year, Julie Byrne and her husband dress as characters from The Simpsons and drive around towns and cities of Australia to raise money and awareness for Camp Quality, living the charity’s motto that laughter is the best medicine. But behind the laughter is a very important message Julie wants the Federal Government to hear.
With profits at the top end of the expectations we set out some 15 months ago, net debt lower than we expected, fully funded pension schemes, and strong order intake, we delivered a solid performance in 2017 in a difficult market. Most importantly, we expect profits to grow in both 2018 and 2019.
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, today provides its scheduled update on financial performance for 2017 and for the outlook beyond.
NorthernPathways, the consortium chosen to build the New Grafton Correction Centre (NGCC), has won silver in the best Social Infrastructure Project at the inaugural Asia Pacific PPP Awards announced on 30 November.
The crew of the RSG Stoker, based at HMAS Stirling, have been recognised for their work last week recovering an injured sailor from the Southern Ocean, some 1800 nautical miles south west of Perth.
West Australians in need are a step closer to a Merry Christmas this year, thanks to a highly successful food drive program by the Serco team at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH).
Serco employee Richard Blake has won the prestigious Trainee of the Year title at the Lockyer Valley Business, Training and Apprenticeship Awards. The awards recognise and celebrate business successes in the Lockyer Valley over the past 12 months. The Trainee section is open to all trainees in the local area.
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, has been informed by Ed Casey, its Chief Operating Officer, that he wishes to return to the US and has accepted a role with another company, which is not a competitor. He will therefore leave Serco on 31 December 2017.
Southern Queensland Correctional Centre (SQCC) runs an indigenous art program which helps indigenous prisoners reconnect with their culture and tell their story through a visual medium. Through SQCC’s association with well-known indigenous artist Rob Henderson, three SQCC indigenous artists were invited to create a painting celebrating the 14 indigenous men who have played for the Wallabies.