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Banking Administrator

The Company At Fuji Xerox Australia, we believe our people set us apart. We are a company totally focused on the customer experience and it is our people who bring this vision to life by living our values and giving the best of themselves. Driven by innovation, Fuji Xerox Australia is transforming its business model, solutions and customer value proposition to align and deliver on the future business needs and requirements of Australian businesses. The Role An exciting opportunity exists for a dedicated experienced Banking Administrator, to join Customer Administration team in NSW (Macquarie Park) on a permanent fulltime basis. In this position you will report to the Banking Team leader Some of your key responsibilities will be Communicate with customers “ internalexternal through various methods to satisfy queries promptly efficiently Implement a process to allocate cheque credit card payments, daily, in accounts receivables to customer outstanding invoices based on customer remittances Partner with the credit team members to ensure complex payments are correctly allocated to ensure customer satisfaction Create payment batches and request reconciliation sign off to ensure allocation integrity control Mange and action all payments queries, from Credit Officers, within 48 hours Ensure all remittances received are printed coded daily to ensure prompt processing of payments Provide regular feedback and suggestions for process improvements The Person To be successful in this role you will need to Sound knowledge of payment receipting and banking processes, with attention to detail Demonstrate accuracy in completing repetitive tasks and the ability to meet deadlines Demonstrate the ability to understand, resolve prioritise banking enquiries manage within SLA™s Utilise excel skills to expedite data interpretation and reconciliations You will need to be a dependable team player goals focused, and organised, with Past experience in high volume bankingreceiptingdata entry reconciliation skill Intermediate (or higher) excel skills Customer service, communication and problem-solving skills Oracle knowledge would be an advantage The ideal candidate will need to be flexible and willing to go above and beyond by taking ownership of the role and looking for opportunities for improvement and how you can add value to the team. If you enjoy working in with a friendly and supportive team, love solving problems for customers and like a diverse and challenging role, then dont hesitate and apply now. Fuji Xerox has a flexible and open culture and you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of tasks and collaborate with talented people. œOur Products can be disassembled into over 88 categories for reuse, remanufacture or recycling “ helping us achieve 99.5 percent resource recovery

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Operations Administrator

Operations Administrator The Toll Group is the Asian regions leading provider of integrated logistics services, generating annual revenue of AU8.3 billion and employing over 40,000 people across an extensive network of 1,200 sites throughout more than 50 countries across the world. The Opportunity The purpose of this role is to provide high quality logistical and administrative support to assist in the day-to-day provision of Resources - East business. Responsible for administration and operational tasks associated with all freight tasks, this role ensures the efficient and prompt completion of all related administration responsibilities and where necessary operational tasks. Key focus areas for this role will include logistical and administrative support, attention to detail, high standards of customer service and the support of the business unit™s safety initiatives. You will be responsible for the following Develop administrative capabilities under the direction of team leaders Prioritise tasks by referring to best standard business practices Implement processes that enhance the customer experience Data entry for all relevant site operations Liaison with internal and external stakeholders Administer and maintain financial processes Support other departments of the business unit Identify, correct, and improve any encountered problems Adhere with Toll Group health and safety policies and procedures Promote positive onsite safety behaviour and initiatives To be successful in this role you will have Experience in the transport industry (highly regarded) Previous experience in an administrative or operational role Demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Suite Keen eye for detail Superior written and verbal communication skills High standards for customer service Solid understanding of key business drivers Passion for improving workplace culture Time management and organisational skills Innovative approach to decision making Ambition for continuous improvement Toll People are Australia™s most recognised provider of Transport, Logistics, Supply Chain and Warehouse staff. Whilst we service the Toll Group, we also service hundreds of external clients and partners, offering complete recruitment solutions from permanent and executive recruitment, business support recruitment to flexible labour and award-winning training and development programs. To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below.

location Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia


Planning Information Officer

Our client is seeking a Planning Officer - Development and Assessment This opportunity is a 40 hour week working across five days. Essential Demonstrated ability to interpret statutory requirements Prepare correspondence in relation to Development Applications Demonstrated ability to resolve complex planning issues to achieve outcomes in the public interest Demonstrated experience of statutory planning or development assessment within the public or private sectors Knowledge of the role of local government and its service functions High level written communication skills Experience in record keeping software (TRIM). Substantial experience in word processing documents Facilitate meetings with landowners to resolve complex planning issues. Familiarity with Austroads documents in relation to traffic impacts from developments. Assessment of Development Applications in accordance to relevant planning schemes. Provide responses to Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) application Desirable Previous local government experience will be highly regarded If this role sounds like you APPLY NOW Immediate start for successful applicant. Please apply by submitting your current resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant skills and experience.

location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Customer Service / Admin - Chinese Speaking

Doors Plus is a nationwide industry leader with a proud 29 year history and is currently recruiting for a Customer Service Administrator for its Minchinbury head office. If you have a energetic, out-going personality with great communication skills and like to deal with people then wed like to hear from you. We are looking for an enthusiastic, proactive and team-orientated Customer ServiceAdmin person to be part of our team. This position will suit someone who has previous experience within a similar role, has Microsoft office skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritise. As a valued team member, you will be responsible for, but not limited to Receive and handle phone and email enquiries. Updating the company database Providing customer service to our clients Preparation of report documents Provide office support for team members Dealing with stock inventory related matters. To be the successful applicant you will need Fluent in both English and Chinese as you will dealing with China based companies. Minimum 1 years experience within a similar role Proficient Microsoft Office skills, particularly Word and Excel Initiative and enthusiasm when faced with new challenges Professional appearance and manner a No Fuss attitude Strong clear communication skills, both verbal and written Ability to work individually and within a team environment Some exposure to stock control inventory Ability to speak Chinese is advantageous but not essential. If this sounds like you, then take that first step into the doorway of your success Click the APPLY button to submit your application or email your resume to jobsdoorsplus.com.au or call Charley Kassis direct on 0416 019 989. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Doors Plus is an organisation with specific ideas on how to meet and satisfy our clients needs. We have unique systems, products and methodologies that had been developed over the last 29 years that not only brought us to where we are today but also, sets us apart from our competitors.

location Wilmott Pl, Glenmore Park NSW 2745, Australia


Business Manager

Part Time (3 days per week) 2 Years Fixed Term Contract The College of Law has been at the forefront of practical legal education since 1974 and over 60,000 of our graduates now work across all facets of our industry. Across Australia, New Zealand and Asia we have 500+ educators and support staff, with the majority comprising practising lawyers and legal professional from all levels. This ensures our programs are always relevant to real world practice. Innovative and forward-looking, The College of Law has proven to be one of the most trusted names in legal training. We are one of the few non-universities to achieve status as a Self-Accrediting Authority from the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency in Australia. The College of Law is looking for a talented, dynamic Business Manager to join the team at our Melbourne CBD office. Purpose of position The Business Manager supports the Executive Director, Victoria, via day to day administration of expenditure, property management and reporting. The key processes the Business Manager will be involved with are Oversight and authorisation of College Victoria expenses in accordance with budget Management and authorisation of pay to adjunct staff Management of equipment and academic resource purchasing in accordance with budget Oversight and authorisation of property related expenses and activities Responsibility for the preparation of a maintenance schedule for all capital property and maintenance works Support the Executive Director in long term staff and resource management Experience, Skills and Attributes A tertiary qualification in accounting, finance or business Significant previous experience in equivalent business managementaccounting role Proven track record of small business financial management Strong written and verbal communication skills High attention to detail with strong analytical orientation Intermediate to advanced proficient in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel Strong project management and organisational skills Contribution to the ongoing development and improvement of department processes and systems If you are interested in being part of a growing Australia and New Zealand operation, then visit our website httpwww.collaw.edu.aucareers for more information. Please send your application including a CV and cover letter to recruitmentcollaw.edu.au. Advertisement closes COB Friday 10 August

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Team Leader Administration

Team Leader Administration “ 11257 The Gladstone Region is a dynamic Central Queensland coastal region that provides an enviable lifestyle and economic stability for more than 63,000 residents. Gladstone Regional Council delivers essential services to the community and promotes sustainable growth of the region, with a strong focus on creating a safe, inclusive and efficient workforce and providing opportunity for personal growth and career development for its 650-plus employees. Position Summary Council is seeking to appoint a Team Leader Administration to join the Delivery Support Performance, based in the Operations business unit. This position is a key leadership role and responsible for overseeing administration operations support to the Operations Business Units and to ensure there is an effective information flow and resources are deployed efficiently for overall administration support and assistance across the whole of Operations Business Unit. About you Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline. The ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation, by-laws, regulations etc in a Public Sector environment. High level analytical skills and demonstrated experience carrying out audits and process related reviews. Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing compliance, assurance systems and frameworks. Member of the Institute of Internal Auditors or the ability to become a member. High level communication, collaboration and negotiation skills to successfully engage and influence management, employees and stakeholders. Substantial demonstrated experience in a customer service environment, with proven achievement of high quality results. Proficient literacy and communication (verbal and written English) skills including the preparation of brief of evidence, reports and correspondence. Proficient keyboard skills and experience using Microsoft Office Suite and operating corporate business systems. Applicants are required to answer the job specific screening questions and provide a resume, as this forms part of the application process. For further information about the role, please refer to the position description. In reward for your hard work You will have the opportunity to grow your career within a progressive local government organisation, working within a high performing team that values your contribution. You will be rewarded with a competitive salary including generous superannuation and a flexible roster that supports a generous work-life balance. We also offer free physiotherapy and discounted health cover and fitness memberships. Please be advised that the preferred candidate for this position, as a condition of employment, may be required to · Complete a criminal history check. · Attend and participate in a skills assessment to further evaluate suitability for the position. · Complete a pre-employment medical. If there is a change in physical characteristics of the role, a medical assessment will be required to verify fitness for work, prior to appointment. · Be immunised against hep ab and tetanus and identified as vaccine responder. · Complete a psychometric assessment. · To be eligible and able to successfully acquire a Working with Children Blue Card. Applications Close 8am Thursday 2nd August 2018

location Mount Alma Rd, Inkerman QLD 4806, Australia


Customer Service Officer CANNINGTON

Permanent part time position “ 16 hours per week Excellent for someone who has experience in customer service and sales Fantastic development opportunity for someone who loves to learn “ training will be provided on minor hearing aid repairs Australian Hearing is the country™s largest hearing services provider, with an international reputation for excellence. We are currently undergoing an exciting transformational journey, repositioning our brand and workplace culture, to ensure our customers are at the heart of everything we do. When you change lives, it™s more than just a job. We are looking for an enthusiastic Customer Service Officer to join our team in CANNINGTON on a permanent basis. This role will be reporting to our Hearing Centre Manager. The key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to Conduct hearing screening events Presentation of hearing services information to key external stakeholders. E.g. GP™s, nursing homes etc¦ Provide clients with current and useful information about additional services and technologies available. Positively greet clients, attend to all counter and telephone enquiries Liaising extensively with our clients, many of whom are elderly and come from multicultural Aboriginal and Strait Islander backgrounds Reception and general administration duties includes booking client appointments, processing claims, data entry, requiring accuracy and attention to detail Proactively identify client™s need and offer professional advice on assistive listening devices Minor hearing aid repairs, accurate checking and management of the repairs Assisting Clinicians with the provision of clinical services to our clients Demonstration the use of hearing aids and provide practice to clients The successful candidate must have Excellent customer service skills and exceptional listening skills Ability to work independently as well as with a team Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong administration and computer skills Ability to prioritise whilst working in a busy environment High level of problem solving skills and the ability to remain calm and professional in challenging situations A current driver™s licence

location East Cannington WA 6107, Australia


Tender Coordinator

We are currently seeking an energetic and passionate person to manage the administration aspects of our tender operations. Based from our head office in Derwent Park the successful applicant will be responsible for Preparation of high quality bids (proposals, tenders, submissions) Collation of information including pricing estimates Creation of reports and presentations Setting up and maintaining project files Maintaining a professional suite of local marketing materials (CVs, project sheets, capability documents, presentation material etc.) Provide any necessary administrative support to the Senior Management Team. You will be a great fit for our team if you are an approachable team player who is also agile and adaptable to change and has a creative and solutions focused approach. Working in a fast-paced team-based environment, you must be highly organised, detail-oriented and proficient with computers - including Microsoft Office Suite. Most importantly, you must possess exceptional communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to interact at all levels. Hazell Bros is an iconic Tasmanian family owned construction and resources company with operations in Tasmania, South Australia, and Queensland employing over 530 people. As a family-owned company, we have been servicing the public and private sectors for nearly 75 years. With a large fleet of vehicles, plant and equipment in addition to extensive quarry and concrete products, Hazell Bros has a long-standing reputation for reliability and quality. We are proud of our track-record of project success and robust systems. Our certifications and federal accreditation are testament to our commitment to maintaining our position at the forefront of the industry. Hazell Bros is an Employer of Choice, offering competitive remuneration and conditions of employment. If this sounds like an opportunity for you please forward your application including a cover letter to careershazellbros.com.au by close of business, Monday 13 August. For more information or a copy of the position description please visit hazellbros.com.au.

location West Moonah TAS 7009, Australia


Category Assistant | Hardgoods | BIG W

An exciting opportunity to launch your Buying career with BIG W Think BIG and join one of Australias largest retail brands 12 month fixed term contract opportunity Norwest Business Park location onsite parking, gym, supermarket more What were like BIG W is one of Australia™s most loved brands and has been part of our families for over 40 years. At BIG W, we put our customer at the heart of everything we do across our network of 183 stores nationally. We sell exclusive BIG W brands that are simply great quality at low prices as well as feature leading international brands. Our customers can choose everything for their kids, home, themselves, for leisure and for their everyday life. Our team of over 18,000 members is located in Australia, Hong Kong and Bangladesh. Work alongside a market-leading team Great people leader and endless development opportunities Be part of one of Australias most iconic brands The role Reporting into the Category Manager and based at our Support Office in Bella Vista, the Category Assistant is a critical role in Buying, supporting the team with wide range of buying administration and data activities. Your role will include Creating suppliers in the system and support buyers with supplier correspondence and relations Supporting the development and maintenance of the assortment plan buy plan and the collection of new article information Building deep knowledge of category and provide operational support to Buyers when they are travelling or on leave About You You will come with previous experience in a data administrative role, preferably within in a retail environment. Prior experience as a CategoryBuying Administration Assistant or similar role will be highly regarded. Proficient in MS Excel Google Sheets previous SAP Experience or similar system is desirable Accuracy and attention to detail Stakeholder management - is able to positively engage with others Whats in it for you? An attractive remuneration package including base + super Opportunity to collaborate with some of the brightest and best minds in Australia both across BIG W and Woolworths Tech options - Woolworths is the largest employer of Google Apps in Australia, are early adopters of Agile and have BYOD options too An exciting career - as our business grows, so do the opportunities for our people Flexibility and work-life balance policies that will help you thrive Some perks Located in Bella Vista. We have great head office facilities including free parking, on-site gym, sports courts, cafeteria, a metro store and exciting activities throughout the week Team member discounts at all of Woolworths businesses Sound like your next opportunity? Apply now or head along to www.wowcareers.com.au to discover more

location Windsor Rd, Winston Hills NSW 2153, Australia


CRM Officer

Who is South West TAFE? South West TAFE is an education hub with a difference. We bring innovative education and industry insider knowledge together to power talent for tomorrow. To better meet the demands of the fast paced world of 21st century business, our courses are designed by industry and taught by professionals. Position overview Full-time (38 hour per week), 12 months Fixed Term 58,496 per annum, plus superannuation Exciting sea change opportunity, Warrnambool Campus The CRM Officer is responsible for the overall administration and support of the Salesforce Customer Relationship Management system. The CRM Officer will be the Institute™s CRM champion and will provide support to the Senior Project Manager in the day-to-day running and continual development of the CRM. As an integral part of the CRM team, you will have sound knowledge and expertise in project management, experience in marketing or customer service, with a strong focus on data integrity and compliance. Benefits We strive to be recognised as an employer of choice by providing staff with excellent working conditions and the opportunity for an exciting career. Personal and professional development opportunities include Competitive salaries Community focused employer Extensive staff development Manager and leadership development Staff health wellbeing programs Staff discount program social club Convenient campus locations free parking How to apply To apply, please visit httpsswtafe.edu.aucurrent-vacancies and submit a copy of your current resume, cover letter and a response to the key selection criteria outlined within the position description. A full position description is available by copying and pasting the below link into a new web browser httpsswtafe.edu.auabout-uscareers-at-swtafeposition-descriptions-for-advertised-vacancies For further information please contact Leigh Roberts “ Senior Project Manager on 03 5564 8913. Applications close 5 August 2018

location Victoria 3280, Australia


PPSR & Contracts Administrator

The Position An exciting opportunity has arisen for a PPSR Contracts Administrator to join the Emeco team on a fixed term contract to administer and register Emeco™s security interests in accordance with the Personal Property and Securities Act and ensure contracts and associated records are maintained, monitored and stored appropriately. About The Role Reporting to the National Credit Manager, you will be required to Register all security interests on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) in accordance with Emeco™s PPSA policy Manage PPSR registrations including discharges registrations where required Assist with PPSR searches and queries as required Ensure all PPSA documentation is collated, filed and stored in central locations Collate existing customer and supplier contracts and related documentation into a central electronic storage location Administer contracts and support operational teams in managing their contracts Assist operational teams with regards to basic contractual terms, escalating queries to Legal where required. Your Skills Experience The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate Previous experience in a similar role, knowledge of PPSA legislation desirable Demonstrated understanding of contracts including basic contractual terms and interpretation Strong communication skills both verbal and written Ability to work well under pressure and effective organisational skills Strong accuracy and high attention to detail Proficiency in Microsoft applications A positive attitude and drive for continuous improvement A strong team and customer service focus What We Offer In return you will be rewarded with The opportunity to be part of a financial team in a growing ASX listed company Competitive remuneration Supportive team environment Location Osborne Park, WA How to Apply This is your opportunity to join a dynamic growing organisation. Only applicants with the right to work in Australia will be considered for this position. To apply for this role please complete the application form and submit a cover letter and a current resume For further information about this role please contact Shannon Hutton on 0417 624 633. Applications close 5pm, Friday 27th July 2018 (WST). Candidates strongly aligned to position requirements may be contacted prior to the position closing date. Emeco reserves the right to close this position prior to the closing date. Emeco is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Please note Agency referrals will not be accepted at this point of time.

location Osborne St, Washington, WV 26181, USA


Contracts and Procurement Manager

ABOUT US Pilbara Minerals is an emerging strategic metals producer developing the 100 owned Pilgangoora - Lithium Project 120 Km south of Port Hedland in WAs Pilbara. We are currently commissioning Stage 1 (2Mtpa) of the project and on track for first production in Q2 2018. In addition, we are progressing the Feasibility Studies for the Stage 2 (5Mtpa) Pilgangoora Expansion Project. THE OPPORTUNITY Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, and leading a small team your principal focus will be to establish and maintain contract management and procurement procedures across operational and project requirements as well as be a key stakeholder of all contract negotiations across the company. We are a growing company where the expectation is to operate at both a strategic level and transactional level when required. People who are willing to œroll up their sleeves will best suit this role. As we move into an operational phase and approach stage 2, this role is key to ensuring we are in the best commercial position possible by developing a contracts and procurement framework that delivers win win outcomes for our business and our partners. In addition, you will be responsible for delivering the following outcomes Leading a team providing services to the business to source, execute and deliver contracts and procurement procedures that support business deliverables. Provide proactive and timely advice to the Senior Management Team and relevant stakeholders in relation to contracts and procurement issues. Negotiation and re-negotiation of contracts and service agreements Ensure that scopes of work are capable of delivering contractual and operational outcomes Ensure that all contractual arrangements deliver value for money and protect the company™s interests Establish and maintain procedures which ensure the accountability and integrity of the contract management process Take a leading role in resolving complex contractual, commercial and procurement issues and disputes in consultation with relevant stakeholders Ensure contractor compliance with contracts including the provision of necessary documentation Monitor, evaluate and report on contractor and service provider performance ABOUT YOU To be considered for this opportunity you will display the following attributes Hold relevant academic qualification in contracts and procurement andor discipline specific experience Demonstrate experience in a similar level ideally within miningresources both within an operational and project context Experience in complex procurement, contract development and management with a focus on developing a Contract Management Framework Demonstrated skills in policy development for procurement, contractor performance monitoring and process improvement An efficient and effective negotiator who has relevant knowledge of legal and risk Track record of successfully delivering on organisational and personal KPI™s You will display high energy levels and an open communicator who will engage with people across all ares of the business in a hands-on manner Be an advocate of the Pilbara Purpose and embody œwhat we stand for Be a proactive accountable leader who works collaboratively, respectfully, supporting team members and building relationships within the business and with our contract service partners WHAT WE OFFER The opportunity to work in an up and coming mid-tier miner Competitive remuneration and benefits Commitment to ongoing development Be part of a values based organisation with a strong organisational culture Short listing for this role will commence immediately. We respectfully request agencies not to forward unsolicited resumes unless requested. Pilbara Minerals is an equal opportunity employer, supporting diversity in our work place. We encourage people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, to apply for this position. Interested to learn more about Pilbara Minerals or registering for future opportunities visit our website www.pilbaraminerals.com.au

location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Revenue Assurance Officer

Integrated Technology Services (ITS) is part of the Linfox Armaguard Group Pty Ltd, Australias largest and most sophisticated currency management business. We are a leading provider of integrated and innovative payments related technology solutions in banking, retail and hospitality, primarily by delivering the latest technology in ATMs. We are proud to consistently deliver high quality hardware, software, monitoring and maintenance solutions to our customers and therefore have a leading service offering in the cash payments industry. As a Revenue Assurance Officer working 2 days per week, you will be responsible for managing the profitability and administration of ITS service contracts. You will ensure the accuracy, timeliness and completeness of customer billing for ITS. This will involve monthly invoicing, working with other ITS business streams and liaising with the client to ensure contractual obligations for billing and auditing purposes are met. You will also be involved in the ongoing analytical review and reporting on service contract revenue and profitability. To be successful in the role you must have proven high attention to detail skills coupled with strong customer service experience ideally gained from a billing or revenue assurance background within an operational or service delivery environment. You will have a demonstrated ability to quickly build relationships with customers and colleagues using your effective verbal and written communication skills. Well provide the ideal candidate with a range of benefits, including ongoing training, career development and a professional and friendly team environment. If this sounds like a career for you, please submit an application form and attach your covering letter and resume. Successful applicants will be required to undergo pre-employment checks including a criminal history check, credit check and drug and alcohol screen. ITS, part of the Linfox Armaguard Group Pty Ltd is an equal opportunity employer.

location Frenchs Forest NSW 2086, Australia


Levy and Processing Officer

We are seeking two Levy and Data Processing Officers who will be responsible for processing and verifiying data lodged by building surveyors in their monthly building permit levy returns. This includes undertaking exception processing, responding to enquiries and liaising with internal and external stakeholders. Key Selection Criteria To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate Previous experience in a similar role involving the data and revenue processing, with experience in providing guidance to clients. Proven ability to identify trends and gaps in data and information. Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills and ability to liaise and communicate effectively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment to meet business objectives, with minimal supervision. Proficiency in the use of Information Technology tools including Microsoft Office and experience in the use of databases. Why work for the VBA? Work for the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) and you will join a values-based organisation who invests in employees. Our value We Problem Solve, We Work as One and We Deliver. Benefits of working for the VBA include Flexible working arrangements Employee health and wellbeing initiatives Employee learning and development opportunities To find out more about why its great to work for the VBA, visit Careers at www.vba.vic.gov.au Salary Details Base salary in the Grade 2.1 range of 50,828 - 58,050 per annum (plus 9.5 super), will be negotiated with the successful candidate, depending on skills and experience. Application Process For full job details and to apply, click Apply Now below.The VBA job application process requires you to Upload your current resume, cover letter, proof of your right to work in Australia (citizenship or residency document or Australia working visa) and any qualifications relevant to the role. Complete the questionnaire provided after you click ˜Next at the bottom of the application page Candidates are not required to address all selection criteria, only those listed in the questionnaire. Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted Standard recruitment practice applies, which may include interviewing, skillscompetency testing, reference checking andor other selection processes. Applications due by midnight on Sunday 29 July 2018. No agencies please.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Sales and Marketing Administrator

Novotel Melbourne Glen Waverley is a successful, International 4.5 star hotel comprising 200 guest rooms, restaurant bar, conference facilities for up to 300 people, pool, sauna and gymnasium. We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate hospitality and administration all-rounder who is motivated to achieve results. This is a wonderful opportunity to work in a beautiful suburban property. This role works closely with the Conference and Events Manager and Director of Sales and Marketing.... a perfect platform to build your career As a member of our Conference and Events team you will be responsible for handling all administrative work to ensure the smooth running of the department whilst assisting the Conference and Events Sales Manager and Director of Sales and Marketing. Key duties of this role include, but are not limited to the following Assisting in the telemarketing for special events, ie Christmas and Mothers Day Assisting with ANAIS input activity for Director of Sales and Marketing, Business Development Executive and Conference and Events Team Maintaining the Sales and Marketing databases Assisting with the creation of local corporate contracts and proposals Assisting with research, competitive analysis and compilation of monthly Sales and Marketing reports Assisting with specified projects relating to promotions Assisting in the distribution of materials when required e.g. hotel brochures, sales kits for external promotions Assisting with day to day ad hoc administrative tasks Identifying outstanding event information and updating in Opera Processing Le Club Meeting Planner enrolments and allocating points Assisting with post event information - updating notes and final payments. Assist in the creation and planning of social media content The ideal candidate will possess the following qualities Professional, friendly manner with exceptional customer service skills Previous experience with Opera Sales and Catering is desirable, but not essential A positive can-do attitude and enjoy working in a team Excellent interpersonal and time management skills Previous Administration, Hotel or Events experience is desirable Comprehensive training on offer, along with career development opportunities within Accor Hotels. Apply now to join our energetic and supportive team We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for this role.

location Brandon Park Dr, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150, Australia


Sales Administrator

Working within our friendly and collaborative team, the Sales Administrative Assistant is responsible for supporting the Wholesale department. Join us to be a global market leader as our brands change the perception of fashion Your New Career This is a newly created role to focus on supporting our growing international presence overseas. You will be dealing with all aspects of the administration processes that support our stock control, planning and buying functions. One moment you could be reconciling stock inventory, the next allocating stock to international stores or talking to suppliers about the orders we have placed. You will have demonstrated experience as an administrative assistant, and a whiz on excel. Your New Destination City Chic is the leading designer plus size retailer in Australasia. We are changing the fashion retail experience for fashion forward curvy women everywhere. City Chic is all about being fun, bold, sexy and even a bit naughty We currently have over 100 stores internationally and are set for continued growth both domestically and overseas. This is a truly exciting time for our brand Specialty Fashion Group is an ASX leading, specialty apparel retailer with over 1,000 stores and 5,000 Team Members across Australia New Zealand. Through our fantastic brands - Autograph, City Chic, Crossroads, Katies, Millers, One Woman and Rivers - our purpose is to be a global market leader that changes the perception of fashion. SFG is extremely proud of our friendly, enthusiastic, committed passionate team members who make our brands and whole company what it is today. We understand the importance of our team we believe in our purpose core values. SFG are all about game changers who are customer centric. If this is you get in contact with our talent team who are waiting to connect with you

location Alexandria Ln, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia


Executive Assistant @ EY Melbourne

We are seeking an experienced Intermediate EA to join our Transaction Diligence (TD) team in Transaction Advisory Services (TAS), Melbourne. This role will see you supporting 4 Partners including the TD Leader for Oceania Asia Pac. If you are looking for a fast paced role that offers challenge, career growth and the opportunity to support a busy Asia Pac Leader who is regularly involved in cross border transactions then look no further About TAS In Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) we work with a wide range of clients to help them make better and more informed decisions about how they strategically manage capital and transactions in a changing world. Our aim is to help businesses drive competitive advantage by proactively managing their capital agenda which determines how they strategically raise, invest, preserve and optimise their capital. About you This will be a challenging yet rewarding role for someone with excellent organisational skills, has high attention to detail, analytical and solutions focused. You will be confident with a mature and calm disposition, reliable, flexible and have a friendly and positive personality. The Melbourne TAS EA team have a fantastic sense of community who are very supportive of one another. As a group, they have strong relationships with each other and are always there to cover back each other up for leave purposes wherever needed. About the role We are looking for candidates with the following experience and attributes Have the ability to quickly understand the Partners, Executive Directors, Directors (PEDD) key clients and stakeholders, and be able to build lasting relationships with key client EAs in order to help facilitate the PEDD goals, help secure time in client and lead partners™ calendars promptly, and help to prioritise PEDD time to priority stakeholders Confident with a mature and calm disposition Comprehensively and successfully manage busy diaries, including arranging meetings over multiple time zones, organising team meetings and events, extensive complex diary and travel management Proactive self-starter who can work autonomously Effective problem solver, even in the most challenging or difficult situations Prepare and revise documents including documents, emails, agendas and papers for meetings Perform a degree of inbox management inclusive of screening emails, responding, and actioning as required Prepare and process expenses in compliance with firm policies and guidelines Compile, update and maintain client contacts and mailing lists using CRM Experience and confidence working with Partners, clients and other stakeholders Excellent written and verbal communication skills Exceptional time management and organisational skills Strong rapport building and interpersonal skills High level attention to detail and consistency of output Actively support the Firm™s vision and strategies including embracing and promoting change Ability to understand professional pressures and remain resilient under these circumstances About EY EY is a global professional services organisation providing advisory, assurance, tax and transaction services. We are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, our clients and our communities. And we are united by our shared values and a dedication to delivering exceptional client service. This is a 12 month contract with a view to permanency. The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ernst Young or by their external third party provider. © 2018 Ernst Young, Australia. All Rights Reserved.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Receptionist/Administration Officer

About Us Prism Group is one of the fastest growing sales and marketing companies in Australia. Our office is located in a fantastic South Melbourne location close to the city and close to public transport. Having recently expanded our customer base we now work in the renewable energy, security and digital marketing sectors. Prism Group provides an exciting environment for people to further their careers with constant opportunities locally and interstate, all the while reducing Australia™s carbon footprint Our logo, a Prism, is more commonly known as a transparent optical element with flat, polished surfaces that refracts light, within the company it stands for People, Renewables, Innovation, Sales, Marketing. The Role We seek to recruit a high calibre candidate who is motivated, efficient who will provide outstanding administration support to our team. You will also have an exceptional phone manner, strong communication skills and a positive can-do attitude. This full time role will give you the chance to take ownership of your space and show your ability to maintain and organise your area whilst multi-tasking duties when required. With a focus to providing a ˜five star™ reception experience when answering the phone in a professional and timely manner, ensuring our internal database is up to date and being the first point of contact when clients arrive in the office. You will maintain the meeting rooms and common areas of the office, having the flexibility to make them your own. You will also have the responsibility of managing our fleet of company vans. There will be many opportunities to take on extra responsibility with the view of progression throughout the company. Key Selection Criteria In order to be successful in this role you will possess the following Closely aligned experience is preferable. Outgoing and confident personality demonstrating initiative, energy, enthusiasm and a can-do attitude. Strong organisational skills, you must be punctual, resourceful and motivated. Excellent presentation and communications skills “ especially verbally as this role will be the first point of contact for all incoming calls and visitors Strong computer skills with Word, Excel and Outlook. What is on offer? You will be given every opportunity to further develop your career and progress your way through the company. We work hard, but at the same time push our staff to have a great worklife balance. Remuneration will be dependent on experience. If this sounds like you, apply by submitting your covering letter and resume. Applications close 23rd July 2018.

location Moorabbin Airport Corporation, 66 Bundora Parade, Moorabbin Airport VIC 3194


Junior Executive Assistant

Based in our state-of“the-art Barangaroo office, you will be providing high level support to the senior leadership team including five Associate Directors and six Division Directors. This role requires a positive, confident and proactive approach as well as strong co-ordination and communication skills. This is an administrative focused role and will consist of diary management, travel management both domestic and international processing of expensesAmEx, event coordination and other ad hoc duties. A fantastic opportunity for anyone stepping into the workforce or looking for a change in their career. This role works closely with a Senior Executive Assistant and will allow you to learn and develop your skill set in a supported environment. You will have strong attention to detail, a positive can-do attitude, you™ll be comfortable liaising with stakeholders, both internal and external to the business, and have the ability to manage conflicting priorities with ease. The Corporate Operations Group (COG) brings together specialist support services including workplace, human resources, market operations and technology. COGs purpose is to drive operational excellence through business-aligned services with a focus on quality, cost and risk. COG comprises the following divisions Business Improvement and Strategy, Business Services, Human Resources, Market Operations, and Technology. Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.comcareers. Macquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If youre capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Team Administrator

Based in our 1 Martin Place office, you will work in the technology team administering tasks such as inbox and diary management, international travel coordination, expense reconciliation, processing purchase orders and other ad hoc duties. You will have previous experience working in an administrative role and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will be proactive, provide deliverables within prompt timeframes and have strong attention to detail. To start this exciting journey, apply now. For a confidential discussion please contact Emma Findlay on 02 8237 3893. The Corporate Operations Group (COG) brings together specialist support services including workplace, human resources, market operations and technology. COGs purpose is to drive operational excellence through business-aligned services with a focus on quality, cost and risk. COG comprises the following divisions Business Improvement and Strategy, Business Services, Human Resources, Market Operations, and Technology. Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.comcareers. Macquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If youre capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia