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  • Executive Assistant

    The Role and Culture It™s such an exciting time to consider Latitude Financial Services. We are growing fast and the pace is hectic and exciting. We are seeking a down to earth, friendly EA to support one of our Executive General Managers whilst also providing administrative support to the team and sometimes Board members. Complex diary, meeting email management - maintaining the board and executive operating tempo. Executive Presentations - Preparation and formatting of PowerPoint presentations and papers for board meetings, internal town halls and external meetings Organising travel arrangements and accommodation Office Support - Manage all regulatory and related bodies correspondence, managing a contact point matrix and constantly updating distribution list for all key external contacts. Events Management About You A gate keeper but not a blocker, you can pivot to changing priorities and are cool under pressure. You™ll have a minimum of 5 years plus experience in an EA role supporting a senior leader and happy to support the wider business. Advanced MS Office and Outlook whizz Excellent written (including pulling together great reports and presentations) and engaging oral communication skills. Refined stakeholder engagement skills, internally and externally. Professionalism, confidentiality, integrity and discretion. About Us We are the challenger brand in the market with high aspirations to make a difference and obsessed by better outcomes every day. Our business model includes a growing Direct- to- Consumer business in both personal lending and credit cards, as well as a partnership model for white label lending and credit cards. We operate in a dynamic environment within a business that is investing heavily in technology. We are in the process of transforming our business, placing our customers at the center of everything we do and diversifying our business. It™s an exciting time to be a part of Latitude Financial Services, you™ll be seeing more of us soon What are the Perks? We offer a great salary and bonus, genuine flexible working arrangements, an opportunity to access an extra week of leave, volunteer and giving programs and an extensive list of great retail and technology discounts. Our head office in Docklands sports a subsidised café, obligatory games room, wellness centre with a full-time nurse and spectacular customer focused collaboration spaces. All of this enables you to bring your ambitious, authentic self to work every day.

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Executive Assistant

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Executive Assistant

    H1 Healthcare As a family business, we pride ourselves on our commitment to quality and providing caring solutions for both our clients and candidates. Our team members are a huge part of our larger family and share in our success. We are now seeking an Executive Assistant to support the CEO and Director of H1 Healthcare. This role will be suited to a Junior EA or those looking for a new challenge. Our growing team work extensively with clients and candidates across the disability, aged care, allied and acute healthcare sectors. We also have an office in central Sydney and Queensland. As an Executive Assistant, you will be responsible for providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of both the CEO and Director. The Opportunity Located in trendy South Melbourne, you will be working with energetic, dedicated and supportive team members. We are looking for an EA, who can work autonomously and in a professional environment. You will need to have exceptional telephone manner, strong communication and time management skills. Your main duties will include but are not limited to the following General administration and support Booking travel arrangements Preparation of general correspondence and proof-reading Produce and distribute correspondence, memos, letters, emails etc. Draft minutes and meeting agendas Prepare meeting presentations Answer and direct phone calls Maintain and update data base™s Reconciliation of expenses The Reward Youll be joining a successful organisation, that are growing at a rapid rate. As we have emerged from a family business, we care about our people and spend a lot of time developing and nurturing you and your career. We want you to grow with us and be part of our success. We have strong beliefs in our culture here at H1. We want a team player who can bring a great sense of fun, along with professionalism and pride for the business. Not only will you be rewarded with an excellent base salary, but we will work with you to move your career in the direction that you want and invest in your professional development. Simply click Apply now or please call Anj on 1300 225 541 for a confidential chat.

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


  • Executive Assistant

    About the business and the role Based in the Ernst Young building on Exhibition Street in the CBD, an exciting opportunity exists to join Foley Durham, a privately owned independent Executive Search firm offering deep experience as a trusted advisor to many CEOs and Boards across ASX listed, Private Equity and SMEs in C-suite level talent identification and acquisition. Our philosophy is to develop deep and committed relationships with a small number of clients and help them deliver superior performance by optimising the composition of their Board and Executive team. We are seeking to appoint an Executive Assistant (EA) with 5+ years experience to take responsibility for the day to day operations of the business and provide administrative support to a team of 3 Search consultants. Job tasks and responsibilities Specifically, your role will involve Managing the day to day operations of the office including tenancy matters, provision of IT support, maintenance integration of all systems, account relationship management, supplies etc. Managing the day to day purchases, sales and expenses of the business, liaising with external Accountant on tax matters and conducting monthly payroll Assisting the Managing Director with staffing matters such as employment contracts, commission tracking, reporting etc. Organising regular client and candidate events in conjunction with Search consultants Managing Social Media accounts and company website including content updates, blog posts, publishing articles of interest etc. Maintaining the CRM system, resolving issues, ensuring records are current and Search consultants are updating regularly providing general day to day administrative support, such as preparing candidate resumes and proposals to present to clients formatting and posting job advertisements on various platforms conducting searches of talent pools in LinkedIn Recruiter and the firms database arranging Probity Checks and Psychometric Assessments for candidates scheduling meetings and booking travel arrangements developing and improving processes within the firm. Skills and experience To be successful in this autonomous role, you will exhibit a demonstrable track record as a hands on and commercially minded EA where you bring initiative, innovation, attention to detail, a customer focus and resourcefulness to achieve timely outcomes. First class communication, presentation and influencing skills will be required in addition to exceptional IT competencies. Prior use of LinkedIn Recruiter andor Jobscience (Salesforce) will be highly regarded.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Creative Personal Assistant

    location Camberwell Arcade, Camberwell VIC 3124, Australia


  • Executive Assistant (PPP)

    Full time, Permanent Melbourne CBD location Professional and dynamic team The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) is the principal organisation representing the medical specialty of psychiatry in Australia and New Zealand. We currently have an opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant to support the Executive Manager within the Practice, Policy and Partnerships Department. The Executive Assistant will provide executive and confidential support associated with executive management activities and departmental objectives. The successful candidate will have relevant business administration qualifications or work experience and demonstrate Relevant qualifications in business administration. Three to five years™ experience providing executive assistance and support to an Executive or General Manager. Excellent organisational and time management skills, with the demonstrated commitment and ability to plan, manage numerous priorities concurrently within tight and competing deadlines. Demonstrated ability to communicate reliably, accurately, respectfully and confidently to a wide variety of people. High level written communication skills, with high level of attention to detail, accuracy and confidentiality. Significant experience in coordinating executive and committee meetings, including preparing and distributing agendas and preparing well developed and accurate minutes. Experience working in a small team and demonstrated ability in building professional and supportive relationships in a multidisciplinary work environment. Demonstrated capacity to work independently with minimal supervision and to remain calm under pressure. Experience in maintaining databases, and calendar management. Proficient computer skills including intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office Suite skills (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Access and Outlook). Experience in a membership organisation andor mental health policy in Australia andor New Zealand would be highly regarded. For a detailed position description and key selection criteria, visit httpsranzcp.expr3ss.com. Applications must include a CV and cover letter that addresses the key selection criteria and must be submitted via Express to be considered. Application closing date COB Monday 4 February 2019 RANZCP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from Australian and Torres Strait Islander peoples

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Executive Assistant

    EA to Exec GM and CFO High Growth Organisation A newly created role for a NY Our client is a privately owned Australian organisation, established 2012, looking for another experienced Executive Assistant to join their small Melbourne team. They have experienced rapid growth and expect that to continue. Specializing within the harvesting industry, they are an innovative forest grower committed to investing in long-term sustainable assets and actively adapting to the changing market conditions. This EA will be providing high-level support to the Executive GM (Australia) and CFO. We are searching for an accomplished professional EA who takes pride in, and ownership of, their role. This is a small team environment with high standards committed to continuous improvement. The successful candidate will have Exemplary written and verbal communications skills High EQ, essential to managing key stakeholders across the organisation Attention to detail, confidentiality and discretion Adaptable, willing and able to pitch in no matter what the task in this varied role Time management and the ability to prioritise workloads Responsibilities are (but not limited to) Preparing documents for bi-monthly board meetings Preperation of presentations and proposal Relationship building with internal and external staff at all levels Calendar and correspondence management Travel bookings and expense management To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Please send your resume as a word document.

    location Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia


  • Team Co-ordinator, Governance & Legal

    About Public Transport Victoria (PTV) Public Transport Victoria (PTV) is a statutory authority that acts as a system authority for all public transport and an advocate for public transport users. We are a single contact point for customers wanting information on public transport services, fares, tickets and initiatives. PTV aims to improve public transport in Victoria by ensuring better coordination between modes, facilitating expansions to the network, auditing public transport assets, promoting public transport as an alternative to the car. To put this in perspective We have a hand in over half a billion trips across the public transport network annually We facilitate 1.6 million trips a day We move hundreds of thousands of people around the state daily In practical terms, we move people towards many of lifes most meaningful experiences, whether it be work, education, social engagements, play, or Melbournes key attractions (e.g. Australian open, AFL games, Royal Melbourne show... take your pick). When masses of people need to get from point A to point B - know that PTV has played a role. While our core business is public transport, we are also working toward a much bigger, longer-term and impactful agenda. We are contributing toward Victorias liveability and economic development. While we are continuing to learn and improve, we do in-fact pull off some pretty amazing things. So, if contributing toward Victorias future excites you, take this ad as an invite to come and work with us. Your new role The Team Co-ordinator, Governance Legal, is responsible for professional secretarial (including Executive Board and ASRAC committee meetings) and office administration support, including record-keeping and business planning, that meets the expectations of the Director Governance Legal and the Manager, Governance Compliance. Strong office administration support allows the branch to operate smoothly and to function effectively daily, in order to meet organisational needs and expectations. What youll need to succeed Extensive experience in providing high-quality executive support and office management services at Director or General Manager level. Proven ability to screen, communicate information clearly, effectively and efficiently as well as identifying, handling and responding to highly sensitive information. Demonstrated ability to prepare correspondence and reports, record minutes of meetings, combined with strong organisational skills and the ability to co-ordinate tasks. Some exposure to purchasing, budgeting and processing financial transactions. Well-developed proficiency in written communication and the ability to produce and edit written documentation to a high standard. Expertise with relevant computer software such as Word and PowerPoint, Microsoft 365, and records management, such as TRIM. Desirable (will be well suited to the role) Experience supporting committees. Experience organising in-house events. Exposure to monitoring a budget What youll get in return In return, you will be joining one of Victorias most reputable government organisations who will support and develop your career within the organisation. PTV also offer long term opportunities and a company culture that is second to none. On offer is a very competitive remuneration package, modern state of the art offices and the opportunity to develop your career with one of the best government organisations within the industry. Qualifications Mandatory High-level administrative experience. Experience in Microsoft Office suite of programs. Experience in records management, such as Trim. Desirable Formal studyqualifications in Business Administration. How to apply Please click the ˜Apply Now button below. Your application must include a cover letter and separate resume (MS Word compatible). For further information about the role, please refer to the attached position description and capability framework documents. If you have any questions specific to the role, please contact Kirsty Zwar on (03) 9027 4768 or email kirsty.zwarptv.vic.gov.au. Applications close 1159 P.M. Sunday, 10th February 2019 Emailed applications will not be accepted. Unsolicited recruitment agency applications will not be accepted. Public Transport Victoria is committed to fostering a work environment that is inclusive and supports diversity and flexibility. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Personal Assitant

    location Bayswater Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Executive Assistant

    Position overview We are currently offering an opportunity for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to join us as an Executive Assistant on a 12-month fixed-term (parental leave replacement) contract. The role is an integral part of our Executive Office based at our regional head office in Clayton. Position responsibilities will include but are not limited to Process incoming mail, phone calls, appointment requests for the President of the Regional Bosch organisation, determining priority of each or referring to appropriate staff when required Coordinate the appointment schedule “ business and personal Manage events in coordination with the Executive Office team Coordinate President™s and Executive Office team™s local and international trip schedules Coordinate information processing, including filing system, task follow-up and project status Coordinate official visits and meetings with international executives, Government officials, major customers etc. by organising hospitality, travel, accommodation, transport and administrative support Maintain relationships and facilitate communication with the Department Coordinators, Office Coordinators and Personal Assistants of the business heads reporting to the President Coordinate information and project material to and from business heads reporting to the President Process customer contact directed to the President, referring to relevant departments and following up resolution Coordination of presentations for Management Meetings Support coordination of internal communications Maintain open tasks lists and ensure tasks are followed up to ensure completion by due dates, or due that dates are revised What you can bring to Bosch We are looking for a self-driven professional to provide high-level executive support to the President whilst working in a fast-paced corporate environment. You should be able to demonstrate the following Ability to proactively organise and plan the President™s time in alignment with strategic priorities Craft outstanding quality written materials and also verbally convey key messages effectively with a high level of attention to detail and accuracy Ability to take clear instruction from conversations Self-motivated and an ability to work autonomously with minimal direction Advanced proficiency using the Microsoft Office suite of products, with sound all-round IT knowledge SAP experience preferred An understanding of confidentiality and working with discretion The ability to build business relationships and maintain a calm and friendly approach Global commercial mindset Experience organising company events Life at Bosch With a proud history dating back 133 years, the Bosch Group now employs more than 402,000 people across 150 countries. Bosch brings innovations that are œInvented for Life in the fields of Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology. To this day, Bosch remains privately owned, with 92 held by a charitable trust. Bosch is a rather special company. We recognise that our employees are our greatest asset. Through the diversity of our business and commitment to personal and career development, we can provide you a new and exciting opportunity so you can achieve your full potential. We offer our employees State of the art working environment Employee volunteering program and corporate citizenship activities Attractive remuneration and benefits Diverse and exciting career opportunities, both local and international Various training and development programs Flexible working arrangements Staff discounts on Bosch and affiliated-brand products On-site car parking and canteen facilities Your application Bosch values diversity in the workplace and in our recruitment activities. To work toward eliminating unconscious bias, resumes and cover letters may have personal details hidden before being forwarded to a hiring manager. To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume using Microsoft Word through the on-line application link. Please note You need to be an Australian citizen, or hold Australian work rights, to apply for this role.

    location Mulgrave Ct, Clayton VIC 3168, Australia


  • Administration Support

    Answering all incoming calls in a timely and courteous manner. Full time administration assistant required for a community psychology practice in Yarrambat....

    location Melbourne VIC 3091, Australia


  • Administration Support

    Answering all incoming calls in a timely and courteous manner. Full time administration assistant required for a community psychology practice in Yarrambat....

    location Melbourne VIC 3091, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    We offer multiple training courses in Child Care, Security, Building and Construction, Individual Support, and many more....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Office Administrator

    ï‚· Experience in a similar role (preferably a minimum of 2 years of experience). ï‚· Promptly attend to incoming telephone calls, forwarding calls to appropriate...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Office Administrator

    Well presented at all times. IT - Implement and manage new and efficient internal systems processes. Managing and coordinating the general administration...

    location Melbourne VIC 3145, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    The role involves a range of tasks including reception, data entry, appointments, using Excel, Quickbooks on Line and in house scheduling software, receipting...

    location Brunswick Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Operations Assistant

    Well presented with excellent written and verbal communication. Specialist freight forwarding company with small team requires Operations Assistant....

    location Gladstone St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia


  • Membership Officer

    Applications must include a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria set out in the position description, together with a resume, both of which should...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Contract Support Administrator

    The Company Upstream are industry pioneers in Managed Document Solutions offering a powerful suite of technology that we customise to your business needs. Our tailored software solutions integrate to resolve business challenges, deliver efficiencies, alleviate your administrative burden, improve and streamline business processes and assist in meeting regulatory compliance requirements. The Role We are currently looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Contracts Billing Administrator to join our friendly and diverse team based in Melbourne. You will be responsible to process vendor service invoices, contract expiry reporting, reconciliations, new customer welcome packs, customer invoicing and provide sales with relevant data for contract reviews. Your key responsibilities will include · Loading and maintaining contracts in our system · Process finance payouts and cancellations accurately, within various systems. · Prepare and produce monthly contract invoices · Maintain accurate fleetdevice listings · Update customer details and device location · Ensure monthly reads are received, entered and missed reads are kept to a minimum. · Process invoices and provide meter reads to external service providers where required. · Produce and send department summaries to customers. · Ensure all contracts are invoiced accurately and on time. · Produce contract volume reconciliationsreports upon request. · Ensure price increase reports are run and sent to sales managers monthly. · Assist the Contract Billing, Contract Management and Contract Settlement teams when required. · General administration duties as required. The Person To be successful in this position, you will have Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills A positive attitude The ability to build strong relationship with internal and external customers Intermediate MS Excel skills Strong attention to detail and enjoy negotiating with customers and investigating their issues Strong analytical skills and the ability to understand complex contracts The ability to meet deadlines on a daily and weekly basis If you enjoy working in a friendly, supportive team, love problem solving and like a diverse and challenging role, please apply now

    location South Ct, Surrey Hills VIC 3127, Australia


  • Administrator

    With more than 10,000 people across five continents and the Pacific region, GHD is one of the worlds leading engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services companies. Committed to the success of our clients and the communities in which we operate, we have an ongoing requirement for high-calibre professionals to join our global network. As part of our Victorian operations, our Melbourne office has an exciting opportunity for an Administrator to join our close knit team and deliver support services to our consultants. We are looking for an experienced professional who can demonstrate An ability to be flexible, adapt to the changes of the business and multi task Be organised, with an ability to prioritise tasks in a dynamic role Be team oriented with an ability to adapt your approach to individual team members Be able to work under time pressure and deliver within deadlines An ability to quickly learn and follow formatting and presentation guidelines Be able to develop and build internal networks and relationships. To be successful in this role you will have well developed communication and interpersonal skills and be self-motivated and enthusiastic, with a great eye for detail. You will have minimum 5 years™ experience is a similar role. As an integral part of the team, on occasion you may be asked to contribute additional hours to assist the team in meeting deadlines and meet the requirements of your role. Essential to this role will be your advanced skills using Microsoft Office and Adobe InDesign packages and your ability to quickly learn new programs and systems. GHD support a culture that is truly diverse, collaborative and social. We believe in feeling free to be yourself at work and that balancing work and life commitments is the key to happiness. With a workplace rich in diversity of thought, background and experience “ we™ve got what it takes to deliver amazing outcomes for our clients. If you are ready for your next challenge and excited about our career opportunity, we are waiting to hear from you. To apply, please submit your application via httpwww.ghd.comcareers. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please call Bridget O™Sullivan, Recruitment Business Partner, on 03 8687 8000.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Receptionist - Dental Clinic

    Australian Unity is a national health, wealth and living organisation with 1 billion in revenue, providing services to more than 750,000 Australians. We are a mutual organisation with over 320,000 members and employ over 7000 people. Our purpose is to help people thrive. Your work at Australian Unity will be focused on helping others to thrive, and so we seek to create a work environment that supports you to thrive in your career. Our offering is to provide products and services that provide personal and community value. We have more than 175 years of experience helping our customers to thrive. We operate with commercial principles and with a strong social purpose to create community value. You will make a difference through the care and service that our clients and residents rely upon, to make their lives better. We challenge the traditional model of care, promote independence, offer flexibility and equip you with the skills to ensure our people can enjoy a better quality of life. Your opportunity We are currently searching for Multiple Receptionsts to start ASAP in our Collins St South Melbourne Clinics In this role you willl provide exceptional patient care and customer service in our busy and innovative Dental Centres. You will be responsible for answering all phone calls, handling enquiries and assisting with administrative tasks. You will be a main point of contact for all patients and will therefore be responsible for ensuring that the daily operations of the practice are carried out smoothly and efficiently. The role will involve providing exceptional customer service, attending to any issuescomplaints swiftly and monitoring all day to day communication. You will therefore hold strong communication skills, combined with the ability to build positive and warm working relationships with our patients. All about you We are seeking a self-starter who promotes innovation, inspires great thinking and produces great results. Having come from a similar role within Dental or Health Services, you will demonstrate the following skills, knowledge and experience Superior customer service, communication and telephone manner Experience performing a range of administrative tasks Excellent time management and a high energy and efficiency with deadline Impeccable grooming presentation standards Productive and adaptable nature Competent keyboard skills, experience in operating modern office equipment and applied knowledge of Microsoft Office 2000 (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) In return for your hard work and dedication, Australian Unity invites you to be part of our organisation that fosters a diverse workplace, supports many charities and environmental initiatives. We are committed to ensuring our people are œwell looked after through a competitive rewards and benefits programs including Competitive salary Career progression and ongoing training and support General Insurance discounts Financial Planning advice Flexible Work Arrangements Community and Parental leave Public Holiday Exchange and more. Your environment Australian Unity delivers careers and experiences that are challenging, rewarding and differentiated by our wellbeing ambition. Our ambition is to become Australia™s leading wellbeing company. We look for people who fit that ambition and who share our way of being “ to be bold, warm and honest in everything we do. To make an application, please click apply to complete the Australian Unity application form and upload your current resume. If you require further information please visit www.australianunity.com.au. Join us and thrive For more information please contact Trent Buckland in the Talent Acquisition team.

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


  • CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT

    location Brunswick Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Finance & Administration Trainee ID1780

    Australian Industry Group Training Services (AiGTS), a National Group Training Company affiliated with Australias peak employer organisation Ai Group, requires a finance and administration trainee to work in a vibrant, happy and small team environment based in Melbourne (St Kilda Road surrounds). You will assist the payroll team with processing 500+ pays each week as well as learning banking and other finance functions. You will also be required, but not limited, to perform clerical and administration duties such as filing, mail, and maintaining databases. You will be interested in working with numbers and have a desire to be extremely accurate. Excellent keyboard skills are a must as this role has a high degree of data entry. Great attention to detail and a good work ethic, is essential. This is an entry level position where you will be provided with training to obtain a qualification. Some understanding of basic accounting will be very highly regarded but is not essential. Year 12 is a requirement, with a preference for mathematics and accounting subjects. This is an entry level role ideally suited to a school leaver with some work experience. Position will include mathematical aptitude testing NB This is an entry level Certificate III Qualification. Ai Group Apprentice and Trainee Centre is an equal opportunity employer - Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Applications must include a covering letter and a resume.

    location St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    About Us Innovators. Collaborators. Game Changers. Risk Takers. We™re searching for passionate people who are driven to accelerate their careers through a professional network that™s revolutionising the financial services industry. Crowe Horwath has over 80 offices across Australia and New Zealand, and more than 2,500 staff. With international ties to one of the largest global account firms in the world, discover how you can progress your career and grow with one of Australasia™s leading financial service firms. So what are you waiting for? Let™s talk about where Crowe Horwath can take you. The Opportunity Our growing accounting firm is looking for a committed Administration Assistant to join our dynamic national business. Located in our Melbourne office, this position is a full time, permanent role, offering the successful candidate unique career progression. This is a fantastic opportunity open to entry level candidates who are interested in kick-starting and developing a professional career. Responsibilities include Introductory administration tasks Liaise with clients in a client service capacity Maintain existing client data in the database Recording and distributing incoming and outgoing mail as required Supporting a team of client services staff members Assisting with reception as required We are looking for candidates who Neat, professional presentation Clear verbal and written communication skills Show initiative, enthusiasm and a can do attitude Strong attention to detail Proficient in Microsoft Office suite Interest in progressing a career in business services 6 - 12 months junior administrationreception experience or other customer service role (preferable, not essential) Interested? If you are interested in joining Crowe Horwath, please apply with your cover letter and resume. Find out more httpwww.crowehorwath.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Office Administrator

    location Dandenong Bypass, Keysborough VIC 3173, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    location Heatherton Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Progressive Peak body for Dementia Part time 0.5 EFT opportunity Attractive salary packaging options Dementia Australia is the new voice of Alzheimer™s Australia, and the peak body representing the interests of people with dementia, their families and carers. We are currently seeking an experienced Administration Assistant to join our team based in Hawthorn on a fixed term contract for 12 months. You will provide administrative support to the General Manager and administrative and clerical services to support the programs and services delivered by Dementia Australia. You will be responsible for Providing administrative assistance to the General Manager, including calendar management and travel bookings Agenda preparation and minutes Collating program and budget materials Providing reports and summaries Supporting individual team members as required General administration and other ad hoc duties as required Key Selection Criteria Demonstrated skills and experience in a range of administrative activities supporting senior staff. High level of written and oral communication skills including the ability to effectively communicate with staff, carersfamily members and a range of service providers. Demonstrated intermediate or above proficiency and experience with Microsoft Windows applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Strong organisational, time management, administration and planning skills. Demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team whilst also taking initiative and problem solving independently. Ability to prioritise workload demands and cope calmly, effectively and efficiently under pressure. This is truly an exceptional opportunity for the right individual to further develop their career and make their mark in a progressive peak body. If you thrive on activity and are looking for the next challenge, we would like to hear from you. The position description can be found on our website here httpswww.dementia.org.aucareers To apply, please email a resume accompanied by a cover letter addressing your response to the key selection criteria to Recruitmentdementia.org.au Applications Close - Tuesday February 12, 2019.

    location Hawthorn, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Sidekicker Office Manager

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Resource Planning Officer

    Convenient CBD Location Full-Time, Continuing Position 77,090 - 83,447 p.a. + 17 Superannuation Our Organisation RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. Our mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work. The School of Science is One of RMITs top-performing research schools, we deliver research that addresses the real life questions essential to Australias innovation agenda. In the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject, RMIT is 11th in the world (highest ranked in Australia) in Art and Design, and 26th in the world (fourth highest in Australia) in Architecture and the Built Environment. We are also among the world™s top 100 universities in Engineering (Civil and Structural Electrical and Electronic and Mechanical, Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing) Accounting and Finance and Business and Management Studies). RMIT University is an Athena SWAN member and the College of Science, Engineering and Health is central to driving improvements in gender equality, diversity and inclusion, particularly in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM) disciplines. The Role Responsibilities The Resource Planning Officer will provide project management and administrative support on key processes related to academic delivery and management of School of Science course and program delivery. You will work collaboratively with staff across the School to drive and support activities such as academic course delivery planning, workload allocation, casual engagement and school timetable coordination. Skills Experience Required You will have effective organisation skills in the planning, development, implementation, operation and review of programs and initiatives. Your ability to work independently, use initiative and prioritise tasks in a demanding environment and ability to analyse datasets to ensure quality and efficiency will be essential to your success in this role. Furthermore, you will possess demonstrated commitment to quality and continuous improvement, with proven ability to interpret and apply policies, procedures, and systems consistently. To Apply For further information please contact Boogie Balsan on +61 3 9925 3012 or to view a position description visit yourcareer.rmit.edu.au and search using job reference number 572809. Applications close on Sunday 17 February 2019. Applicants are requested to separately address the key selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description. This role will require satisfactory confirmation of a Working with Children Check. RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander community.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Document Controller

    Exciting new dynamic role at Melbourne Airport Permanent full time role Great team great staff benefits Melbourne Airport is proud to be one of Australias premier transport hubs and Victorias gateway to the world, connecting us to the global marketplace. We are committed to enhancing the traveller experience across every aspect of our organisation to deliver our vision of being an airport Melbourne can be proud of. Currently in an exciting phase of growth, we are delivering a strong pipeline of projects, infrastructure development and rewarding career opportunities, making Melbourne Airport a dynamic and fast-paced place to work for our people. We are currently looking for an experienced Senior Document Controller to join our team The Document Controller is responsible for managing the framework, governance and content of documents (operating manuals), communications (project briefs) and presentations for the Aviation Operations team while ensuring their accuracy, quality and integrity. The successful candidate will develop and maintain record retention policies and process that safe guard information and enable the retrieval of data more effectively. The Document Controller will also develop a process for end user acceptance of change or new policy, process and procedure and ensure historic records are readily available. This role will be critical in the risk of outdated reference manuals and documentation being used by Operational teams. Key Responsibilities of the role Include Create and maintain relevant templates to support the development of operational policies, process and procedures. Create a document framework (i.e. manual structure, briefing note structure, etc.) to enable ease of use for author and end user. Document the review and sign-off process for Aviation Operations to optimise the efficiency in processing approval requests, RFIs, reports, etc. Create a centralised depository to store and manage documents and communications. Generate the various document control reports as required, including the status of outstanding RFIs. Develop and implement the archive plan. Continue to develop and maintain an overarching Document Control policy and procedure that will meet the requirements of APAM and its key stakeholders. Ensure any policy or process change as a result of a project, business improvement or BAU initiative is reflected in the relevant manuals and documents. Authoring, in conjunction with the business SME, of revised policies, process and procedures to minimise their impact for the traveller and meet operational function and compliance. Create and maintain relevant templates to support the development of communications (project briefings, presentations, etc.). Create and maintain a stakeholder registry and communication cycles. Ensure policy and process changes and communicated to relevant stakeholders in a timely manner. Responsible for maintaining and developing the Aviation Operations Interface SharePoint (Albert) site for APAM document collaboration and storage. Store, manage and track documents for the Aviation Operations team. If required, provide training to employees on record management procedures and policies. Support the Aviation Operations Interface team members by developing and maintaining documents such as meeting minutes, drawings specifications, approvals and related items. The ideal candidate A proven track-record of effective document management. High attention to detail demonstrates methodical work practices and works with a sense of urgency. Highly-motivated, self-directed and the ability to work independently. Able to work in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment, maintaining focus and carrying out tasks in a timely and accurate manner. Dependable and trustworthy with complex and sensitive documents. Demonstrated ability to prioritise, manage time well, multitask and troubleshoot. Strong interpersonal, communication and customer service skills. Ability to identify issues and follow through on resolution utilising clear and logical thinking. Proficient in the use of MS Office suite, and SharePoint as a minimum. By joining the team at Melbourne Airport, you will work within a friendly, high performance culture with a focus on our people and their development. Some of the benefits our people enjoy include Free car parking 365 days of the year for both business and personal use Flexible working arrangements and on-site childcare facilities Access to an employee benefits scheme including access to corporate rates and airport retailer discounts (including SkyBus) plus many more..... To apply please click on the Apply button below and complete our online application form.

    location Melbourne VIC 3045, Australia


  • Scheduling Administrator

    ORIGIN - AUSTRALIA™S LEADING INTEGRATED ENERGY COMPANY The Scheduling Administrator is part of National Response Centre and reports to the Service Delivery Manager, NRC. The Scheduling Administrator is responsible for assistance to Acumen On Site Services Team. The key focus areas of this role are Optimise field service work, planning and allocating jobs to be logistically sound, efficient and an effective use of resourcing Managing client stakeholder conversations in compliance with direct client guidelines ensuring a positive end customer experience Participate actively in problem solving and finding solutions for scheduling difficulties and challenges in consultation with and support from Work Force Controller and other stakeholders Day to day liaison with field resources and supervisors as well as client stakeholders, responding to enquiries and feedback in a prompt, efficient and supportive manner Inbound call management of retail and customer enquiries relating to the scheduling of appointments or prioritised requests Outbound call management to retail customers to confirm site readiness, schedule appointments and or notify of changes to planned installation activities Attend to day to day rescheduling to cover unplanned leave and changes in resourcing availability Respond to email enquiries requesting job status updates, urgent scheduling requests and escalations Continual business process improvement initiatives that lead to development and maturity of service Provide support as requested by colleagues in the AOS Services team Responsibilities Efficient and proactive delivery of all administrative functions connected with the scheduling and dispatch of all field services activity to both Acumen and Contracting technicians Have comprehensive understanding of adhoc and automated scheduling methods Ensure Internal External parties are regularly updated on HSE, Operational manual ISO 9001 to ensure that they are compliant and Acumen and NRC maintains compliance Ensure policy and process that govern the way Acumen On Sites Services work is the most efficient for Acumen and its customer base Have an understanding of the Market Settlement and Transfer Solution (MSATs) as it relates to a Meter Provider business Responsible for the data related to the issuing all metering work Manage all exceptions resulting from resourcing changes, site related issues including weather Is This You? Minimum of 2 years relevant experience in a scheduling administrative role Good organisational and communication skills Ability to work in a fast moving, highly compliant environment Prioritisation and time Management skills Proficient in Microsoft applications Experience with other system applications Demonstrable skills in buildingmaintaining relationships with supplierstakeholders Efficient and accurate data entry skills Solid computer literacy - above average competency with Microsoft suite of products such as Word, PowerPoint and specifically Excel Experience with metering in the NEM is not essential, however is desirable The incumbent should present professionally, be articulate, competent, discrete, flexible and have the ability to work extended hours where required We embrace the diversity of our people and flexible working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we serve. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. MAKE AN IMPACT ON AUSTRALIAS ENERGY FUTURE If dynamic and challenging career opportunities and workplace flexibility are important to you, go with the employer that thinks differently.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • OFFICE ADMINISTRATION CLERK

    location Keilor Park Drive Exit, Keilor East VIC 3033, Australia


  • Administration and Rostering Officer

    Administration and Rostering Officer - Fixed Term Part-time hours Great opportunity to join a growing program in the not-for-profit sector and be a key player in coordinating and administering domestic and home garden services for older adults, which enhances their ability to live independently in the community. About the Role We are seeking a self-motivated, well organised person who can collaborate and effectively engage with stakeholders to ensure the success of our Older Adults program. Key responsibilities are to Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to coordinate the seamless delivery of domestic and home garden services for older adults living independently in the community Administer My Aged Care referrals and schedule rostering shifts to meet client needs within designated timelines on Carelink+ (training will be provided) Undertake administrative and data entry tasks, including preparing documents and reports for management. Assess service deliverables and record feedback and incidents Process accounts and invoices and ensure program operates within budget. Contribute to documentation readiness for internal and external audits Work independently and as part of a team Actively participate in regional activities. About You Ideally you will have Experience in community services and an understanding of and interest in the diverse needs of older people living in the community Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to liaise and negotiate with a range of stakeholders in a respectful and positive manner Experience in an administration role within a fast-paced and complex organisation Exceptional organisational skills and ability to prioritise multiple tasks and meet deadlines Demonstrated ability to work in a high volume environment and coordinate rostering services to meet demand Competent data entry skills with a high attention to detail Pro-active and solution focused approach to getting the job done Computer literacy, particularly Excel and database management (experience in Carelink+ an advantage) Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team and actively participate in regional activities Knowledge of Home Care Common Standards would be advantageous. Why You Should Apply? Join a vibrant and innovative not for profit organisation committed to an integrated approach to service, and help make a positive difference in the lives of over forty thousand people each year. Values and the way we interact with each other and our customers are extremely important to us. We Care, We Listen, We Engage, We Deliver. We strive to provide seamless coordinated care. Whilst we are not there yet, we are constantly working on our processes with a commitment to service, advocacy and innovation to achieve this. We are situated within the community and in most cases close to major shopping precincts. We offer a family friendly workplace and Not For Profit Salary Packaging is available. About EACH A contemporary not-for-profit EACH provides a range of health disability, counselling and mental health services to the community. From humble beginnings established in the Outer East of Melbourne over 44 years ago, committed teams at EACH now consist of over 1300 staff across 65 sites throughout the eastern states of Australia. Together we support over 40 000 clients annually. At EACH, our vision is for a healthy and inclusive community. Our values promote Customer Centricity, Social Justice, Service Excellence, Innovation and Collaboration - and these underpin the way we work and deliver our services. You can find out more about us here - httpwww.each.com.au We recognise that not everyone experiences life equally. Our focus is about creating opportunities for equitable outcomes. No matter what someones starting place, we will support them to achieve their goals. We embrace diversity in all its forms and respect everyones strength and contributions irrespective of gender, ethnicity, culture, religious beliefs, sexual orientation and political views. Next Steps Applicants are requested to submit a resume and cover letter outlining their suitability for the role. For a full position description andor to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at httpeach.recruitmenthub.com.auVacancies. For specific information about the role, please contact Julie Fleming, NDIS and Aged Care Manager, julie.flemingeach.com.au, 9485 4600. Shortlisted Applicants will be contacted by 13022019 Interviews are expected to take place from 14022019 Vacancy closes 5pm 12022019 We recognise the benefits that diversity and inclusions brings, and in turn encourage people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies. Please note that all appointments are subject to one or more of the following forms of pre-employment safety screening checks including Police Record Check, Working with Children Check, Disability Work Exclusion Scheme Check, Reference Checks and APHRA Registration Check.

    location Melbourne VIC 3076, Australia


  • Team Assistant

    The successful candidate will be required to produce a current police check and possibly undertake a Pre-Employment Medical including drug and alcohol screening...

    location Campbellfield VIC 3061, Australia


  • Veterinary Receptionist

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Receptionist

    location Tarneit VIC 3029, Australia


  • Sales Support Coordinator

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


  • Administration and Customer Service

    location Mitcham VIC 3132, Australia


  • Client Services Officer

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Office Support

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Fashion Footwear Production Controls & Administration

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service / Sales Representative

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Programs & Events Administration Support Officer (F/T)

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Office administration/Customer service position

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Accounts Payable Supervisor

    About Orora Our name may not be instantly recognisable, but chances are, our packaging touches your life every day From cartons, bottles cans through to innovative point of purchase displays and recycling solutions, we help our customers package and present their products for maximum appeal to you, the consumer. Whilst we are amongst the world leaders in containing everything from washing powder to wine there is one thing we will never want to contain¦ You and your passion About the Role The Accounts Payable Supervisor will be responsible for day-to-day transaction processing for AP activities and assisting the Purchase to Pay (P2P) Manager in workload management, supervising associates in transaction processing vendor queries, and conducting data and process analysis as required. What will this role involve? Lead, direct and manage the Accounts Payable function Responsible for managing all Orora accounts payable, accruals and reconciliations Provide feedback and coaching based of performance assessments and process improvements Support delivery of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and ensure they are clearly tracked for each process under the remit of the AP team Report on performance based on standards defined in SLAs, and KPIs, to key customers and the P2P Manager, and report on any issues that may affect performance Ensure vendoremployee queries are resolved and communicated in a timely manner Ensure all invoices are accurately recorded into accounting systems within agreed turnaround times Monitor non-compliance on AP policies and processes and work with P2P Manager, Business Groups and vendors in improving compliance Drive process improvements and efficiency into the invoice processing function, ensuring common processes are applied to all agencies and leading practices are adopted through staff training and system enhancements Ensure on-going compliance with internal control policies and procedures Support master data maintenance as and when required, including data cleansing and requesting creation of new records Ensure BAU activity is performed effectively and constructively to support the business to achieve their operational goals without compromising governance standards Keep up to date with literacy across emerging tools that will help in our Automation journey “ Blue PrismEsker What will you need to be successful in this role? Experience with global end-to-end Procure to Pay processes Experience working in a Shared Services Centre focused on Finance Accounting activities Understanding of AP procedures and concepts, including GST legislation and systems (SAP) Experience managing a team with high transaction volumes Good knowledge of associated controls and procedures for AP Ability to provide high level of customer service for the AP process Ability to think logically, critically and analytically Working with FX “ relationships with banks Developing working relationships with customers, suppliers, peers and subordinates Excellent communication skills Strong organisational skills Interested? If you know this sounds like the right move for you then please send us your details via the apply button. We also invite enquiries from individuals who may not necessarily be actively looking for their next role, but could be tempted if the right opportunity came up. This could be it¦so feel free to call us for a confidential chat. Contact Annik Pearson on +61 3 9730 5451 or annik.pearsonororagroup.com Interested candidates are informed that no recruitment agencies have been briefed on this role. Your best means of applying is to Orora directly. Whilst we recognise the value of recruitment agencies we won™t be accepting introductions from third parties on this occasion so thanks in advance for letting us get on with it

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Internal Sales Customer Support - DJ CITY

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer - Administration

    location Ferntree Gully Rd, Scoresby VIC 3179, Australia


  • Service Coordinator - South East Melbourne

    About us Onetrak is a major heavy equipment supplier within the construction, forestry, waste and extractive industries of Australia. We are looking for one more Service Coordinator to join our Victorian branch in Melbournes South East. About the role Your main duties and responsibilities will be Manage scheduling and prioritising of service bookings for both internal and external customers Provide first point of contact for customers through incoming service calls and contacts Drive service sales through proactive engagement with customers Invoice service jobs in a timely manner in line with business requirements Manage service work in progress in line with broader business requirements The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes Autonomous in operating and proactive approach to your work with experience in supporting a service operation Heavy equipment technical experience or trade qualification is preferred Experience in a similar industry is preferred but not essential Customer-focused attitude and be committed to providing efficient internal and external customer service Willingness to contribute to the overall operations of the branch and head office. Excellent communication skills, including a great attention to detail This is a diverse and dynamic full time role located in Melbournes south east in the industrial suburb of Hallam. This new role is available due to the expansion of the business. It is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to progress their career with a continually expanding company. For queries regarding the position please call Service Manager, Marie Grundell on 0429 806 039 To apply please go to the Apply button on Seek. Applications close Wednesday 13th February, 2019. Onetrak is proud supplier of Tigercat, Hidromek, Striker, Fuchs, Dressta, we also service all makes including Hyundai, Caterpillar, Hitachi, Komatsu, Case, John Deere, Kubota, Volvo, Sennebogan, Liebherr.

    location East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia


  • ADMIN/BOOKKEEPER PART-TIME

    location Bayswater Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Customer services officer

    location Brandon Park Dr, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150, Australia


  • Administration Support

    location West Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • International Enrolment Support Officer

    About the Opportunity We are currently seeking an enthusiastic, driven International Enrolment Support Officer to provide high-level administrative support in relation to all new international enrolments. This role involves critical administrative tasks associated with the enrolment of new students from application through to registration, with a focus on accuracy of data, and compliance with internal and external processes and procedures. As the International Enrolment Support Officer you will operates in a high volume, high pressure and target driven environment and focusses on meeting expected international team targets. You will require a high level of product and industry knowledge relating to all aspects of student education and training. Main Responsibilities Processing, assessment and issuing of admissions documentation within agreed turnaround timelines, international admission requirements and international admission procedures and standards Ensuring timely and accurate processing of student applications, eCoEs and offer letters in order to maximise the conversion of enquiries into applications and enrolments Assessing student applications according to international admissions requirements Conducting Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) screening Liaising with onshore and offshore stakeholders, partners and education agents to gather admissions and GTE related documentation, communicate admission and GTE outcomes and feedback, dispatch offer letters and conduct appropriate follow up Working closely with International Sales Team to providing feedback on the performance of contracted Education Agents to ensure that appropriate training on enrolment and GTE requirements is provided This is a Permanent full-time position based in our Flinders Street Campus in Melbourne. You may also be required to travel interstate or work outside of normal working hours to attend events or meet required deadlines. Skills and Experience To be successful in the International Enrolment Support Officer position you will possess Previous experience in a similar position within the education sector preferably within international education A tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline or equivalent combination of relevant experience and education andor training Customer focused and able to deliver to a high level of service to internal and external customers Proven organisational and planning skills with an ability to manage competing deadlines while working under pressure Effective communication skills with a high level of attention to detail and commitment to quality To be considered for this position please address your suitability against the skills and experience in a cover letter and submit along with your CV when applying. About Laureate Australia Laureate Australia is part of a global network of passionate educators with 1,000,000+ students at nearly 60 institutions in 20 countries. Laureate Australia consists of Torrens University Australia (TUA) and Think Colleges (TC) and we live by the motto Here For Good. Our ambition is to revolutionise the world of education, increase student employability and make a positive impact. We believe in the power of education to transform lives, and we put our people and students at the heart of everything we do. We offer a number of staff benefits from tuition reduction on courses offered at TUA and TC, discounted private health and discounted dining and accommodation experiences at our campuses. Ready to make your difference? Join the Laureate Team by clicking œAPPLY now Closing Date 500pm Thursday 14th February 2019 Laureate Australia reserves the right to remove the advert prior to the closing date listed. Applications will be reviewed as submitted. If you have any queries regarding the recruitment process please contact our Talent Acquisition Team at yourcareerlaureate.edu.au. Job Reference Number 2873870 To know more about future opportunities sign up for job alerts at jobs.laureate.net or follow us on LinkedIn. Please note Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. All applicants require current and valid working rights for Australia.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Permanent Part Time Office Administration & Customer Service

    location Lower Dandenong Rd, Parkdale VIC 3195, Australia


  • Customer Service / Export

    location Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia


  • Administration & Student Coordinator

    location Preston St, Coburg VIC 3058, Australia


  • VCE EXAM SUPERVISOR

    Keilor Campus Casual position leading the team supervising of General Achievement Test (GAT) in June and VCE examinations over an approximately three week period in October and November, ensuring the fair and consistent conduct of examinations in an environment that enables students to perform at their best. ABOUT OVERNEWTON COLLEGE Overnewton Anglican Community College is a co-educational Preparatory to Year 12 College catering for over 2,000 students across two campuses located in Keilor and Taylors Lakes. Overnewton Anglican Community College strives to be an inclusive learning community, providing a respectful environment where students aspire to excellence in a broad range of curricular and co-curricular opportunities. We value our Christian foundation, and the importance of parents as active members of our College family, as we work together, endeavoring to prepare each of our students to be mentally, physically and spiritually ready for life. Information about Overnewton College is available on the College website www.overnewton.vic.edu.au. ABOUT THE POSITIONS Expressions of interest are sought for the position of Chief Supervisor of VCE examinations. Training for this positions will be provided by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. The position entails supervision of examinations under conditions set by VCAA. The Chief Supervisor™s role also includes some administrative responsibilities. The Chief Supervisor is expected to be available to supervise all VCE external assessments and during the second week of the September term break to conduct the practice examination week. In addition, must be available post 6pm each day for courier pickup. Prospective applications should note that the following conditions strictly apply Chief Supervisors cannot be Closely related to or associated with any students undertaking a VCE Unit 3 and 4 study in 2018. Teaching or tutoring any student in a VCE Unit 3 and 4 study in 2018. Closely related to or associated with any person engaged in teaching, tutoring or coaching any students undertaking a VCE Units 3 and 4 study in 2018, or any school personnel engaged in organising or checking external VCE assessment materials on behalf of a school in 2018. Employed by the school in any teaching (including CRT) or administrative capacity. Details of the above expectations and conditions will be discussed at interview. THE SELECTION PROCESS A preliminary short list of applicants will be prepared and interviews conducted by staff directly involved with the position. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Overnewton College is an equal opportunity employer and enforces non-discrimination and safe working policies. All staff must be aware of and able to work within Occupational Health and Safety and Equal Employment Opportunity Legislation. The College™s campuses are smoke free. Overnewton College has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to providing child safety, children™s wellbeing and protecting children from abuse. Ministerial order 870 requires Overnewton College to implement child safety standards and to accommodate and take the needs of all children (including but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, children with disabilities and children who are vulnerable) into account when creating a child safe environment. All staff must comply with Overnewton College™s Child Safe policies and related policies and procedures and take all reasonable steps to promote the safety of children. Casual hourly rates of pay, as determined by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, apply. Details of employment conditions, including salary, can be discussed at interview. All non-teaching staff members are required to show evidence of a Working with Children (Employee) check. APPLICATIONS In the first instance, enquiries and applications should be directed to Mrs Andrea Turner, Human Resources Assistant Overnewton Anglican Community College 2-30 Overnewton Road KEILOR 3036 Or Email humanresourcesovernewton.vic.edu.au Telephone 03 9334 0000 EMAILED APPLICATIONS PREFERRED Closing Date for Applications 5 pm on Monday 11 February, 2019 Emailed applications will be acknowledged by email. If acknowledgement of your application has not been received after two working days, please contact the Human Resources Assistant, Andrea Turner (Ph. 9334 0000).

    location North Rd, Avondale Heights VIC 3034, Australia


  • Reception/Administration

    location Canterbury VIC 3126, Australia


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