Programmed Skilled Workforce is Australia's leading provider of staffing and training services. They recruit, deploy, manage and maintain a mobile workforce in excess of 15,000 people per day across Australia and New Zealand. They provide the people, knowledge and expertise to help their customer grow.
The company has a strong community focus and value their connection with the Hunter Valley community, to which they have been providing skilled, and safety focused workforces to the region’s mining industry since 1994.
The future of John Street always attracts plenty of community comment whether its opinions on the street’s revitalisation and the size of the carparks or how retail outlets can survive in the era of online shopping.
For local businessman Dale McNamara John Street has become one of his latest projects.
Ungooroo are expected to be up and running in the centre in April this year.
Ungooroo, who were previously located at 128 George Street, Singleton, will located in shops 1 – 4 facing John Street.
For more than a decade Ungooroo Aboriginal Corporation has sought to empower the Indigenous community through programs and services that, increase skills, increase employment & business opportunities , support Indigenous youth at risk and improve the health of Aboriginal people.
Ungooroo are expanding their medical services with over 10 medical staff working in the centre & will be also expanding as an NDIS provider. Ungooroo will be showcasing their fantastic WUPA Art Exhibition in their foyer.
The café located inside the Singleton Centre will be reopening in the coming month as Wattaka Cafe!
The café will have a full food and beverage offering with a patisserie focus - fresh pastries made on site daily, healthy eating options, native flavours, protein shakes, fresh juices, full bodied barista coffee.
The Wattaka café is owned and operated by Ungooroo and affiliated with our long term partner Hunter Valley Resort with head chef Phil Collis overseeing the kitchen.
The café will be open 8am - 3pm