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  • Senior Contracts Manager - Contracts & Service Delivery, Strategic...

    The Manager “ Contracts manages commercial contracts from award to completion, including supplier relationship development, contract performance and risk management, to meet stakeholder expectations and business objectives. Key accountabilities Research, develop and implement frameworks, strategies, systems and solutions to improve the efficiency of the contract management function and enhance supplier relationships and outcomes. Develop and execute detailed Contract Management Plans, including establishing KPIs and governance structures, risk identification and mitigation, monitoring performance benefits tracking and outcomes reporting, and intervening, where necessary, to achieve the objectives of the contract. Provide sound advice to procurement professionals and stakeholders on the formulation of contract clauses, as well as strategies to manage supplier performance and development, improve future contract outcomes and build the overall effectiveness of the procurement function. Establish and maintain stakeholder and strategic supplier relationships to identify and minimise risk, resolve issues as they arise and maximise value from the contract. Prepare and lead complex and sensitive negotiations for contract variations, contract renewals and claimsdisputes to deliver better procurement outcomes and mitigate commercial risks. Provide leadership, direction and effective management of the Contract Management team to deliver high quality contract management services to the organisation and to build the overall effectiveness of the procurement function. Key challenges Ensure that the highest levels of probity are applied throughout the organisation in developing and managing contracts given the significant value of many contracts and public accountability requirements. Proactively address commercial, contractual, operational, financial, reputational, ethical and supply chain risks associated with the contract, given their potentially high cost to the organisation. To view or download the Role Description click here Clerk Grade 1112 Ongoing Full-Time Parramatta JOB NOTES Essential requirements - candidates must Obtain and maintain the requisite security clearance for this role. Have tertiary qualifications or significant experience in procurement and contract management or an associated discipline. Have extensive knowledge of procurement policies and procedures and industry trends including ability to integrate those considerations into tender and contract requirements. Hold a current driver™s licence with no traffic offences recorded on their driving history within the last six (6) months. To be eligible to apply for this role, you must meet one of the following statuses an Australian Citizen a permanent Australian resident or citizen of New Zealand Applications from Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged. This recruitment may be used to create a Talent Pool for similar future roles (ongoing or temporary) that may arise over the next 12 months. For your application to be considered, you must attach a cover letter attach an up-to-date CVResume and address each of the Target Questions in the text boxes provided in the online application or attach as a separate document. Please limit your response to no more than 1 page per question. Please do not attach copies of Qualifications, Certificates or documentation (other than a ResumeCV) - you can bring these if called for interview. Prior to commencement, the successful candidate(s) will be required to undergo a rigorous National Police Check (criminal history) and obtain and maintain a Security Clearance as determined by the NSW Police Force. For further information on the Security Clearance process click here. Applications can only be submitted electronically online via the I Work for NSW website. For information on applying for roles with the NSW Police Force click here To view or download the Role Description click here APPLICATIONS CLOSE SUNDAY 13 JANUARY 2019 at 11.59pm Essential requirements - candidates must Obtain and maintain the requisite security clearance for this role. Have tertiary qualifications or significant experience in procurement and contract management or an associated discipline. Have extensive knowledge of procurement policies and procedures and industry trends including ability to integrate those considerations into tender and contract requirements. Hold a current driver™s licence with no traffic offences recorded on their driving history within the last six (6) months.

    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Unit Registry Administrator - FTC

    ABOUT MAINSTREAM Mainstream Group Holdings Limited (ASX MAI) provides fund services underpinned by investment in people, processes and technology. We provide administration services to over 895 funds, more than 100,000 investors and assets in excess of AUD 146 billion. Globally we employ more than 250 people, with operations in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, United States, Cayman Islands, Ireland, Isle of Man and Malta. About the role We are looking for an experienced administrator to join our Unit Registry team on a 12 month fixed term contract. Unit Registry is a specialist team within funds administration which provides statements for clients investments, processes client instructions on investments and provide daily payments and reconciliations on all transactions relating to investments. Key areas of responsibility include Processing investment transactions and maintaining the unit holder registers for our client managers Process applications, redemptions, transfers and switches for our clients Process payments, receipts and distributions Daily, weekly and monthly reconciliations Working closely with clients on all instructions relating to investments Prepare reports on a daily and periodic basis About you You will have at least 1-2 years administration experience in financial services where you have been in a client driven environment that required a high attention to detail. You will demonstrate experience in handling multiple deadlines in a fast paced environment and thrive on working in a team. Ideally you will have knowledge of AMLKYC requirements. 5 Reasons to work at Mainstream Growing company with lots of opportunity for career progression and further promotion. Work directly with pre-eminent fund managers and industry leaders. Well regarded fund administration experts, from end to end. Central location with regular social events. Invaluable on-the-job learning and study support. Our Values Our Clients Come First Get it Right, First Time Prioritise People Be Solution Focused Work as One Team

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Indigenous Opportunities - Full Time Traineeship Seven Hills

    We are currently seeking Confident Indigenous Candidates with excel and intermediate computer background to join our exciting global organisation. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a fast paced and dynamic industry, and support services to staff and other team members to enable efficient and goal achieved outcomes. Broadspectrum Broadspectrum has a long and successful partnership with the NSW Land Housing Corporation (LAHC) which is now expanding due to the award of a new 5 year contract. The scope of the new contract is to provide planned and reactive maintenance services to over 68,000 properties in NSW as well as a dedicated contact centre. The Role Assist management and team with daily administrative tasks Ability work effectively under pressure Meeting deadlines and key targets as set by the management team. Undertaking training and development programs to achieve individual and team prescribed targets To be Successful Highly motivated and self-efficient Hard working and passionate, reliable and empowering Base level excel and computer skills Excellent communication skills This is an Indigenous- identified position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent (pursuant to Section 14 (d) of the Anti-discrimination act. If you are ready for your career step move and looking for an exciting opportunity to achieve goals, please apply now. Broadspectrum respectfully acknowledges Indigenous Australians both past and present as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we work. Broadspectrum values a flexible and diverse workforce and encourages Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for this vacancy.

    location Richmond Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • Contract Administrator

    If you have relevant qualification or experience please email your resume or click apply. Diploma or above in the relevant field....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Console Operator

    Flexibility with shifts required - day, night, weekends and early hours. Please forward resumes, along with a covering letter detailing your ability to work in...

    location Brisbane QLD 4512, Australia


  • Customer Service Team Member

    About Us Converga is a leading provider of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) solutions to clients, with offices in Australia, New Zealand, Philippines and the United States. Over the years we™ve developed innovative solutions, taking our customers on a journey of digital transformation. In 2015, Converga became part of Canon Australia providing customers with access to a greater array of products and services. About the Role Sydney Location One (1) Casual role available Great New Career Opportunity To be successful in this role, you will display a positive can-do attitude and will be a highly reliable individual. You will be accurate with a keen eye for detail and you will have a good level of computer literacy. Effective communication skills will also be required. Main Duties Assisting clients with all aspects of corporate superannuation administration. Be accountable for administration processes within service standards. Undertake administration activities relating to our customers. Action processing request received by mail or phone, meeting volume, cycle time and quality measures. Manage a portfolio of Inbound Outbound calls within set SLA™s and following company standards. Meet expectations as identified in the set KPI Performance Review targets. Key Requirements Must be available for 5 daysweek, Mon to Fri, 830 to1630. A minimum of 6 months experience in a Call Centre role. Highly developed communication skills with an excellent telephone manner. Previous financial experience will be advantageous. Superannuation experience is highly regarded. Keen attention to detail needed (as the work will involve financial transactions). Some analytical skills and demonstrates initiative to investigate a problem as they arise. Has previous experience working in a fast-paced environment. Please note You must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident at the time of submitting your application to be considered for this role. This is a fantastic opportunity for those wanting to gain valuable experience within a successful organisation focused on staff development and recognition If you believe you possess all the skills and attributes required for this role please submit your cover letter and CV by clicking Apply for This Job

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Data Entry Clerk

    Looking for 2 Long Term positions 5 hrs per week. Organize components of projects and timelines into a Project Plan....

    location Darwin International Airport (DRW), 1 Henry Wrigley Dr, Darwin International Airport NT 0820, Australia


  • Executive Assistant

    Isaac Regional Council offers a wide range of exciting career and employment opportunities throughout the region. Our vision is to energise the world and our mission is to feed, power and build communities. A great opportunity has arisen at Isaac Regional Council for a full time Executive Assistant, based in Moranbah. Reporting to the Coordinator Executive Support, this position is responsible for providing executive administrative support to the Office of the Mayor and CEO To be successful in this role, you will have Experience in correspondence management, agenda preparation, taking of minutes, controlling a diary, account reconciliation and file management Ability to multi-task and meet competing deadlines Excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills Certificate III in Business Administration or significant experience as an Administrative Support or Executive Support role Previous Local Government Administration Experience would be highly regarded For this position we offer 70,363.15 per annum, plus allowances Normally 72.5 hours per fortnight RDO in accordance with Council Policy 5 weeks annual leave 17.5 loading 12 super (in accordance with policy) For more details on this exciting position visit www.isaac.qld.gov.au or contact the Coordinator Executive Support, Tricia Hughes, during business hours. Phone (07) 4846 3524 or Email Tricia.Hughesisaac.qld.gov.au. To submit your application “ please forward your responses to the selection criteria (Item D ˜Key Competencies™ within the Position Description), resume and a cover letter to recruitmentisaac.qld.gov.au Please ensure ˜10002 Executive Assistant™ is in the subject heading of your application. Isaac Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people and disadvantaged job seekers are encouraged to apply. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.

    location Moranbah QLD 4744, Australia


  • Administrative Support Sr.

    A great new opportunity to join the Lockheed Martin Australia team in East Sale, VIC, as a fixed term Administrative Support Sr. About us Lockheed Martin is a dynamic, growing, and energetic organisation offering stimulating, challenging work at the forefront of technology. Lockheed Martin is a leader in Australia™s National Security, and our collaboration with Australian industry spans the Aeronautics, Maritime, Surveillance and Defence domains. We employ approximately 100,000 staff worldwide, and over 1,000 staff in Australia across multiple locations. Your responsibilities will include As an Administrative Support Sr., you will perform a variety of activities in support of a specific functional area, andor a specific project technical unit. Gathers, collects, records, tracks and verifies data and information from multiple sources. Compiles, reviews and analyses data. Use software to compile and generate reports, statistics, timelines, tables, graphs, correspondence and presentations. May design processes to enhance work flow. Provide data and information to others on business area processes and procedures. Some of the key activities you will undertake are Provide administrative support to managers and other staff members within the designated business area project as required, in line with established work procedures and guidelines. Perform a variety of administrative functions such as setting up and maintaining good filing systems to facilitate easy access to required information diary management, coordination of office supplies, correspondence receipt, refer, and response, travel coordination, expense reimbursement coordination, data entry, photocopying, and support for rostering scheduling activities. Act as the first point of contact for external queries as required including provision of reception cover, screening, referral and introduction of calls, signing in and escorting of visitors and contractors. Use standard desktop software packages, andor proprietary software, to compile and generate reports, statistics, format documents, timelines, tables, graphs, correspondence, presentations, and analysing data. Arrange, schedule, and attend meetings as required, including room bookings, preparing rooms for meetings and presentations, and arranging catering. Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level anticipating needed supplies placing and expediting orders for supplies verifying receipt of supplies. Research, compile, review, analyse, and process data, and contribute to the development of recommendations for business approval. Assist in the review, design, recommendation, and implementation of processes to enhance work flow. Respond to queries relating to business area operations and established policies and procedures. May assist in determining methods, operations, and sequences, andor develop or modify equipment to requirements within specific business area Perform a variety of activities which involve standard procedures. Competently use computers and other systems to access, maintain, and manipulate data. Participate in business improvement initiatives. Provide administrative support for bids, and new tenders and contracts. About you To be successful, you must have substantial experience in an administrative position as an office admin assistant personal assistant. You will have some travel coordination experience. You will also have intermediate experience and knowledge of computer software packages including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint and experience in using Sharepoint (or similar system). Demonstrated experience with expense reimbursement coordination is highly desirable. Prerequisite qualification Tertiary qualifications (Certificate II or above) in a relevant discipline (Business Administration, etc.) from a recognised institution, andor relevant experience (preferably within the defence industry). The skills and abilities you will bring are Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written) Demonstrated ability to build and maintain effective working relationships across all levels Ability to work as an effective team member in a professional environment Demonstrated ability to exercise judgement and maintain confidentiality when dealing with sensitive matters Proven ability to manage multiple, concurrent tasks which have competing demands Well-developed problem-solving skills with the ability to resolve issues using standard procedures Well-developed time management skills Ability to plan and organise with good attention to detail Outcomes focused with the ability to self-motivate Strong customer focus Conflict resolution and negotiation skills Ability to show initiative and achieve outcomes Willingness to constantly update knowledge in a dynamic environment What we offer you We aim to provide all our employees with a positive and challenging work environment. From competitive salary packages and benefits to training and development opportunities we show our appreciation for your skills, ambitions and potential. Special Requirements Applicants are required to be Australian Citizens and eligible to hold maintain CoA baseline clearance. Employment may be contingent on the satisfactory result of criminal andor other background screens, which require the collection and transfer of personal information. Equal Opportunity Statement Lockheed Martin supports Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity in the workplace by creating a place of employment that is, harassment free, diverse, fair, ethical, inclusive, and values the contribution of all its employees. Diversity and inclusion are the foundation of our culture and reflect our values of doing what™s right, respecting others and performing with excellence. By leveraging our employees™ unique talents and experiences, we will deliver innovative, affordable solutions and unparalleled customer value.

    location Victoria 3852, Australia


  • Credit Administration Officer

    Full time role in Milton Data Processing and administration A company that promotes from within Who we are When you start to think of waste as a resource, it opens up a world of possibilities. Cleanaway is the largest waste management company in Australia providing sustainable waste management solutions to a range of customers including councils, small businesses, large corporate entities and government agencies to provide sustainable waste management solutions. Your new role Reporting to the Credit Administration Team Leader you will be working across the administration functions for centralized customer on boarding and maintenance, record keeping and administration of the companies trade debtor insolvencies and mercantile process. Your key responsibilities will include some of the following Processing of customer documentation for customer on boarding. Maintain the integrity of the company™s customer master data and daily maintenance of the data base. Follow the administration process for the companys insolvent trade debtors. Assist with the companys mercantile process. Your skills and experience The ideal candidate will have previous experience working with a diverse range of stakeholders in a credit environment. You will also require the following skills and experience Understanding of company ABN™s Data processing skills High attention to detail and accuracy Ability to communicate to all levels of personnel Good written and verbal communication skills. Strong customer service ethic with both internal and external customers How to apply Cleanaway encourages and values diversity and inclusion. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like the opportunity you™ve been waiting for, please forward your resume and cover letter by clicking the œApply button below. www.cleanaway.com.au

    location Brisbane QLD 4064, Australia


  • Personal Assisstant

    Metro Trains Melbourne is a multi-award winning organisation that places our passengers and employees at the centre of everything we do. We run the city™s metropolitan rail service that transports over 400,000 passengers each day, and work towards our vision of connecting people and places “ for a growing Melbourne. Metro serves a diverse community and we are equally committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workforce which provides a rewarding work culture. We offer our employees a collaborative environment, opportunities to learn new skills and a flexible worklife balance. About the role Reporting to the General Manager of Train Services, you will provide confidential administrative and executive support, acting as a first line of contact to staff and management of all levels. You will provide a range of support services across status reports, technical documents, and finances but ultimately you will ensure effective management of all administrative functions. To be successful in this role Being the first point of contact for Train Services, you will represent our organisation with your friendly, professional approach. You™ve been described as energetic and proactive and you thrive in a fast-paced setting. You love working with people, providing exceptional customer service and support to all levels of staff and management. Your multi-tasking skills are second to none, along with your effective communication and you understand the importance of maintaining confidentiality in a commercially sensitive environment. You™ll come to us with previous experience in large, complex organisation with a multitude of stakeholders and diverse departments have solid experience of computer programs especially Microsoft Suite and most importantly, have a drive to go the extra mile providing more than just diary management and report formatting. Qualifications in business administration will be highly regarded. Metro Trains offer great terms, benefits, working conditions and career development. Working in such an ever-evolving industry, who knows where this role could take you If what you™ve read resonates with your values, experience and career aspirations then we want to hear from you Please send your application by 11.30pm Sunday, 16th December 2018.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Executive Officer

    Job No. 505616 Faculty of Science The Faculty of Science is recognised as a powerhouse for some of the worlds leading scientists, teachers, science programs and commercial outcomes. The Faculty is one of the largest Science groupings in Australia, with approximately 1100 (equivalent full-time) staff, and about 7500 (equivalent full-time) students. Throughout its Schools and Centres, the Faculty unites the disciplines of agriculture and animals, biomedical and biological sciences, chemistry, earth sciences, food sciences, geography, marine science, maths and physics, the environment and veterinary science. With strong links between the enabling and applied sciences, UQ researchers and graduates are working on a wide range of groundbreaking projects from the molecular characterisation of drug resistant bacteria that affect piglets through to finding better treatments for illness and rehabilitation of the environment. Information about the Faculty may be accessed on the Facultys web site httpwww.science.uq.edu.au The role The Executive Officer supports the Faculty leadership team by providing high level advice and input into the development, implementation, monitoring and communication of strategic plans and projects, and internal and external partnerships, ensuring compliance with University and other regulatory bodys policies and procedures. The person Candidates should possess excellent interpersonal, verbal and organisational skills, including a demonstrated ability to provide high level strategic support. Candidates with relevant experience of working in a large, complex research institution and knowledge of the sciences are preferred. Remuneration This is a full-time, continuing appointment at HEW Level 8. The remuneration package will be in the range 94,667.38 - 106,298.69 p.a. plus employer superannuation contributions of 17 (total package will be in the range 110,760.83 - 124,369.47 p.a.). The University of Queensland also offers other competitive options including salary sacrificing, on campus childcare, leave packaging and discounted private health insurance as well as many other benefits. Position Description position-description-professional-OED-ExecutiveOfficer.pdf Enquiries To discuss this role please contact Patrick Testa at sciencefemuq.edu.au. To submit an application for this role, use the Apply button below. All applicants must supply the following documents Cover letter, Resume and Selection Criteria responses. For information on completing the application process click here. You must have valid Australian work rights to apply for this role. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


  • Document Writer

    With over 20 years experience in mining, Wisely partners with some of the biggest mining companies and is well respected for providing quality maintenance services and expert asset management consultancy solutions. We are a diverse and growing Australian business known for our quality delivery which has enabled us to expand into other industries including ports infrastructure, aviation, rail and also defence. We have a significant asset management team based in Brisbane - we invite skilled maintenance professionals to join this growing team. The opportunity We are looking for an experienced Document Writer to support our client on an underground mine site in changing old documents in word format to their new style, updating details and formatting. There will be no accommodation or flights included in the package so you must live locally or be prepared to relocatetravel at own cost. Selection criteria Demonstrated experience as a document writer Strong and effective communication skills, both verbal and written Proven experience in interpreting technical content and rewriting it in a simplified manner will be highly regarded Advanced MS Word and PowerPoint skills Ability to follow formal templates and adhere to documentation guidelines and quality control processes Benefits when joining our team Professional development opportunities plus coaching from our leadership team of industry experts. Family-friendly position - no weekend work required. Recognition and diverse career opportunities across varied industries. Flexible contracts including full time, casual or the option to subcontract through your own ABN. Salary sacrificing options for hire vehicles, superannuation and novated leasing. Free mental health support for your and your family through our employee assistance program. Employee discounts on private health insurance, car rentals, accommodation and fitness. How to apply Apply now or for a confidential conversation please call Marissa Whittington Recruiter P 1300 947 359 Email marissa.whittingtonwisely.com.au Wisely has a strong commitment to diversity within our workforce. As an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer, applicants from all backgrounds including indigenous cultures and women, are welcomed and encouraged to apply.

    location West Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia


  • Novated Administration Officer

    About the role With the view to progressing in our Novated Leasing division, the Administration Officer role will be on a steep and interesting learning curve with the support of continued training. This is an integral role which supports the growth of our Novated Leasing division. Along with access to all of the Stratton systems, processes, and clients, the Novated Leasing Administration Officer will assist and support the Novated Leasing team achieve their lofty goals. You will also be required to Monitor Novated Lease budgets, payments from employers and general administration Database management of novated accounts Account management including account setup, reimbursements, budgeting and off boarding reconciliation Support the application and settlement process associated to novated finance Building and maintaining exceptional client relationships The use of our progressive computer systems is an important part of this role And much much more Experience required A Business related degree is preferred but not essential Knowledge of the Catch-E system is preferred but not essential Excellent communication skills (telephoneinterpersonal) A team player People and customer centric with the ability to quickly build rapport Ability to learn new systems and provide process improvement suggestions where appropriate The drive to overcome customer or operational challenges and turn them into opportunities About Us We™re one of Australia™s best and biggest car finance brokers. We™ve been around a while - Over 15 years in fact In that time, we™ve helped over 60,000 people find a better deal on finance. We™re big enough to access great deals. We™re small enough to take the time to provide our customers with great service. PART OF THE CARSALES NETWORK In 2014, our future became even more exciting when we partnered with Australia™s 1 automotive website, carsales.com.au, and became part of the carsales network. Here™s your chance to join a company which is part of an ASX 100 listed company Location This role will be based in our head office in Port Melbourne which is a few minutes™ drive from the CBD, close to public transport, beach, parks and Bay St shops. Does this sound like you? If so, wed love to hear from you. Please submit your application with us today As we like to recruit the stratton way, no agencies please.

    location Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia


  • Customer service officer - Box Hill (VIC) - 6 month fixed term contract

    About Us National Hearing Care are a values driven organisation, we are constantly expanding our network across the nation, and as a result we have an opening in our Box Hill Clinic on a 6 month fixed term basis. We pride ourselves in delivering outstanding customer service and have redefined the client experience, a level of care that also extends to our employees and the way we look after them. The Role You will be the face of the clinic, greeting clients and making them feel welcome, as well as looking after all front office duties such as, confirming appointments, follow up calls, answering phonesemails. Our ideal candidate will have previous experience working with KPIs in a retailsales environment, utilising these existing skills to build strong rapport with our clients and using persuasive communication skills to re-book appointments when necessary. Our Successful candidate will have A passion for customer service, a positive attitude and an eye for detail. Is warm, energetic and engaging Excellent communication skills and a strong work ethic - ideally Cantonese and Mandarin speaking Exceptional organisational time management skills, an ability to work well under pressure Intermediate computer skills (Outlook, Word, Excel) and ability to learn new systems A car driver™s license, as occasional cover at surrounding clinics may be required Candidates with experience in the health industry, pharmacy and in particular the hearing industry will be highly regarded What you will get in return Industry benchmark salary and an attractive bonus program Comprehensive induction ongoing training, through our CSO Training Academy Invitation to our exciting annual conference Full time hours 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday with a 1 hour lunch break This opportunity will suit someone who is eager to begin a long term career within an industry leading organisation. If this is you, apply now without delay. Please Note Once you have applied you will be sent an additional email asking you to complete 6 screening questions to complete your online profile. Only applicants who have completed these will be considered.

    location Melbourne VIC 3128, Australia


  • Showroom Stock Sales & Reception

    Bee Dee Bags are market leaders within the carry bag industry. We manufacture and supply custom printed carry bags as well as stocking an extensive range of carry bags available for immediate despatch Australia Wide. With our Head Office in Wagga Wagga, we also have branches in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. We have a fantastic career opportunity for a full time Showroom Stock Sales Reception position at our Sydney Office in Matraville. Duties and Responsibilities General office dutiestidy upset up new customers MailCourier DistributionCollection Ordering stationary supplies Data entry and filing Postage and banking duties Ability to work in a self-governing manner as well as supporting the Sales Team Maintaining discretion and strict confidentiality Strong attention to detail and accuracy Qualifications and Experience As ReceptionistShowroom Sales, you will be a natural multi-tasker, with the ability to plan and co-ordinate operations successfully. The successful candidate will be Experienced in retail sales, including face-to-face sales Well presented Bubbly attitude Extremely organised Efficient and self-motivated Have excellent communication skills Strong computer skills The current team culture is fun, challenging and rewarding. If you have similar experience and are looking for a rich, rewarding atmosphere and worklife balance than this is the role for you. Please ensure your application includes a resume and a cover letter that is to be no more than one page. Applications close Friday January 4, 2019. Please send your resume to bree.bowenbeedeebags.com.au or for further information contact Bree Bowen on 02 6971 7221.

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Dispatch Administrator

    Toll has a safety obsessed culture paving the way for technological advancement. We are currently recruiting an experienced Logistics Administrator based in Preston in a full time day shift position. Apply now to join this incredible business. You will be responsible for Administration incl. manifests and PO™s Microsoft usage - Outlook, Excel essential Payroll data input Benefits of the position Immediate start Day shift available - 5am-1pm Great salary Safety obsessed workplace To be successful in this role you will have 2+ years™ experience within Admin Computer based systems knowledge - SAP or Unibis advantageous High attention to detail 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. Please note Only suitable candidates will be contacted. For further information contact Jo Suckling on 8369 2400

    location Gilbertson St, Essendon VIC 3040, Australia


  • Legal Assistant - Construction & Engineering

    Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm. We provide the worlds pre-eminent corporations and financial institutions with a full business law service. We have more than 4000 lawyers operating from 58 offices worldwide in Europe, Asia Pacific, Canada, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, the Americas and Central Asia. Recognised for our industry focus, we are strong across all the key industry sectors financial institutions energy infrastructure, mining and commodities transport technology and innovation and life sciences and healthcare. Knowing how our clients businesses work and understanding what drives their industries is fundamental to us. Demand on our services has created an opportunity for a Legal Assistant to join the Construction Engineering team in Melbourne. This is a unique opportunity join a team that presents exciting potential for career advancement and significant development opportunities. The key responsibilities and requirements for this role are as follows Responsibilities Diary email management Organising domestic travel Management of a high volume of internal and external calls Extensive billing and expense coordination Preparing and editing legal documentation Requirements A minimum of 3 years prior experience in a similar position within a legal environment or professional services Excellent attention to detail and accuracy Able to work autonomously and draft basic correspondence and documents Previous experience in monthly billing using relevant financial software Strong Microsoft Office skills The successful candidate will need to be an energetic, driven and focussed individual. At Norton Rose Fulbright Australia, you will be rewarded with genuine career prospects and an excellent team environment renowned for its collaborative culture, passion for client service and professional development opportunities. Remuneration will be commensurate with relevant experience. Please note we will not be accepting agency applications for this position. Norton Rose Fulbright values diversity and strives to create an inclusive environment where all employees can bring their whole selves to work. We embrace the opportunity to contribute to the communities in which we work which underpins our strong Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. We provide a range of opportunities in which our people can make a difference to their local and global communities including through pro bono legal work, charitable giving, volunteering and support for the environment. We are proud that Norton Rose Fulbright in Australia has been recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) as well as a silver employer for LGBTI Inclusion through the Australian Workplace Equality Index. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates to apply. To apply online please click the Apply button below. It is the policy of NRFA Group to provide workplace adjustments for qualified persons with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the applicationinterview process, please contact Katie Dunlop on +61 03 8686 6072.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Organisational Change Analyst, Human Resource Information Solutions Program

    Department Of Housing And Public Works Brisbane City Temporary full time for 12 MONTHS with a possibilty of an extension Salary in the range of 104,748 to 112,157 per annum excluding superannuation. Flexible full time As the Organisational Change Analyst, you will assist with the delivery change management activities to support the implementation of the change, training and communications strategies and plans associated with the roll out of new payroll and human capital management solutions. This position reports to the Organisational Change Manager and under their guidance, you will assist with the development and delivery of the organisational strategies and plans for the program™s partner agencies. As Organisational Change Analyst you will Implement a structured change management approach and methodology for business transformation resulting from HRIS Program activities under the guidance of the Organisational Change Manager. Coordinate and contribute to the management of Stakeholder Engagement and Communication planning including specific targeted activities to ensure ongoing active engagement of key stakeholders. Develop and distribute internal and external communication material, including electronic and face-to-face formats under the guidance of the Organisational Change Manager. Manage, report and provide targeted communication on the outputs of the HRIS Program Change Management Plans to support the programs business outcomes including but not limited to o Change and Transition Plans o Stakeholder Engagement and Communication Management Plans o Change Impact Assessments o Business Readiness Plans o Business Transition to Support Plans Coordinate progressive evaluation effectiveness of the organisational change implementation process. Contribute to detailed reporting for senior stakeholders at the Program Board and Executive Steering Committee level on a regular basis Participate in and influence strategies to ensure effective communication to support organisational change to meet the program™s stakeholder requirements. For further information about this position and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au. Job Ad Reference QLD29702518. Closing Date Thursday, 20 December 2018

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


  • Directorate Coordinator (Executive Assistant /PA)

    About the Role Reporting to the Director Sustainable Infrastructure, this role will be a great fit for someone with demonstrated competence in a Personal Assistant Executive Support capacity. As member of a cohesive team, you will be closely involved in planning, coordinating and supporting activities of the Sustainable Infrastructure Directorate. About you You are highly motivated, innovative and solutions focused and thrive on results, consistent delivery and efficiency. Role requirements include Qualification in Business Administration (or equivalent) Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Ability to take minutes at Council meetings four to six times per year after hours Very strong interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) Exceptional planning and time management skills Good attention to detail Proven ability to deliver quality customer service Strong problem solving skills in a customer service focused environment About Coffs Harbour City Council Coffs Harbour City Council is a leader in Local Government, committed to the pursuit of excellence for our community. This means that we strive to deliver excellence in our services through innovation, recognising that our customers are at the heart of what we do, supporting our people to provide them the scope to deliver outcomes, working together to seek solutions both internally and externally and being transparent and responsible in all that we do. What we offer By joining a leader in Local Government, as a staff member of Council you have access to Flexible work opportunities, including career breaks Performance based salary increases A stable career at one of the largest employers in a highly sought after tourist region Employee health and wellbeing programs Learning and development programs Opportunities to purchase additional annual leave Salary Starting salary of around 70K plus performance based salary progression. Further Information Download the Position Description by clicking on Download PD. Boost your application by attaching a cover letter expanding on your suitability for this role. Coffs Harbour City Council is committed to the principles of employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from people of all ages and background To apply for this job go to coffsharbour.nsw.gov.auYour-Councilwhat-we-are-doingPagesPositions-Vacant.aspx  enter ref code 4439174. Applications close 18 November 2018

    location Upper Orara NSW 2450, Australia


  • Customer Service Administrator

    Supportive team environment Permanent position with work-life balance Innovative, Global Company based on the Northern Beaches Dematic Pty Ltd, is a world leading supplier within the integrated logistics and material handling industry. We combine global expertise and knowledge of local conditions to provide Intelligent, tailored logistics solutions. As a company we take pride in offering our employees a safe and rewarding work environment in which to develop their careers. Opportunity Based in our head office in Belrose, we currently have an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and eager administrator to work within our Customer Service Division. The Role Key responsibilities include Answer and manage calls and emails for the Contact Centre Create, update and process incident and repair requests Liaise with internal and external customers for job allocation Generate Customer reports on a weekly basis Purchase order receipting General administration duties, paperwork and reporting What we are looking for The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience Previous experience in similar role Proven ability to prioritise and manage a busy workload MS Word, MS Outlook and Excel skills Good communication skills Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills This is a full time, Monday-Friday position, however we would be willing to consider a job-share arrangement for the right candidates. How to apply If you are looking for a great work environment within a professional and friendly team and long term career opportunities, then click the Apply for this job button now Dematic is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all areas of employment including recruitment, selection, promotion, training etc and in accordance with federal and state legislation, Dematic Pty Ltd (Dematic or the Company) promotes a workplace free from discrimination and harassment.

    location Warringah Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • Aftersales Administrator | Isuzu Trucks

    Market leading automotive manufacturer - Isuzu Trucks Challenging role - will suit fleet management, car rental, or dealer service department background Genuine career opportunity - current vacancy due to internal promotion About the company Isuzu Trucks have been the leaders in the Australian truck market for 29 consecutive years, and today approximately one in every four new trucks sold in Australia carries the Isuzu brand. About the role Reporting to the National Service Business Manager, the Aftersales Administrator provides admin and support for internal and external customers, covering a range of activities including Service Agreements, Extended CARE Extended Warranty, Isuzu Assist and Aftersales Sales Promotions. A full Position Description detailing the duties, tasks and responsibilities will be provided to suitable applicants. You will work from Isuzu Australia™s recently-completed, purpose-built 21,000 m2, facility in Truganina. This 15-acre site houses Isuzu™s national head office, including the national service department, administration and sales departments, a showroom, engineering and parts facilities, as well as its off-highway engines team and a purpose-built training centre. Why is this role available? The incumbent has received an internal promotion. Who should apply for this job? You must have a positive can-do attitude, plus some exposure to, and understanding of, automotive servicing and maintenance procedures. This job will suit applicants from the fleet management, car rental, or automotive dealership service environment. You will also need a high level of admincustomer service experience and IT competency, including Excel. Please Note Only applicants with the right to live and work in Australia can be considered for this position. The employer is not offering sponsorship. Why should you apply for this job? This job is a rare opportunity to join the national service team of the market-leading truck brand in Australia. It gives you a chance to use the knowledge and skills you currently possess while allowing you to challenge yourself and learn new things in a different and exciting head office environment. Why work for Isuzu Australia? Isuzu Australia is proud of their market leader status but not complacent “ continuous improvement is part of their DNA. They are dedicated to providing the highest levels of customer care. What™s in it for you? Brand - Isuzu Facility - brand new purpose-built head office Challenge - master a challenging and important role that offers a variety of tasks Development - learn new skills Remuneration - an attractive salary is offered including above average superannuation Hours - this is a permanent full-time role Monday-Friday 800am-500pm Support “ Work with a dynamic, supportive service team How to apply? Please apply via the Seek system by clicking on the big œApply for this job box and attach your CV Cover Letter. If you require clarification before applying, please call Laurie Williams on 0412 523 168 for a confidential chat.

    location Tarneit VIC 3029, Australia


  • CLIENT LIAISON OFFICER

    CLIENT LIAISON OFFICER Part time position “ Tuesday- Thursday. Commencing ASAP The successful candidate will be responsible for effectively managing the client relationship from commencement of construction to handover and coordinate workflow through the build process. This will include capturing and resolving any client concerns during construction, liaising closely with builders and external suppliers to ensure a positive customer experience throughout the process. We are looking for someone with an outgoing personality, with confidence to film client testimonials. You will be the clients main point of contact and help them navigate through the process of building their investment properties. You will manage customer expectations by ensuring customers are fully aware of their progress what is required both during and post construction. Duties Responsibilities Provide exceptional customer focus to all clients Manage the pre-constructionconstructionmaintenance administration phases of the building process including all client enquiries Compiling handover packs facilitating a handover meeting with clients at their property Keeping the clients up to date with the progress of the build Liaise with Builders on defects maintenance issues Build business relationships with external suppliers, Property Managers Accountants Insurers etc Responsible for driving client referrals the rewards program The successful candidate will present the following abilities Effective communication skills (verbal and written) including the ability to influence, build and maintain positive relationships Proven time management skills with the ability to coordinate and deliver on multiple priorities Be focused on providing excellent Customer Service Display a thorough understanding of the building process of new buildsknowledge in property investment IntermediateAdvanced experience in Microsoft Office including, Word, Excel, Outlook Experience in Accounts Receivable MYOB Strong administrative skills Ability to exercise a high degree of initiative professionalism Punctual and reliable Well presented have the sales ability to promote our referral rewards program Prior experience in the investmentbuilding industry or a related industry Current Drivers License We want to talk and hear from people who are customer focused and passionate about helping our clients build their wealth and futures through property. For us its all about being real, honest and transparent and building relationships with our customers that are based on integrity and trust. Please forward a cover letter along with your resume to the following email. We will only reply to candidates that have been shortlisted to move forward in the process.

    location Gold Coast QLD 4215, Australia


  • Receptionist / Administration Support

    About the Role Our front office reception provides the first impression that our customers receive of our business. The role is a pivotal position within the Albert Smith Group and provides support across the whole organization. Daily Duties Daily the successful incumbent will provide optimum customer service and administration support for both external and internal customers, including but not limited to Greeting all visitors in a professional manner and directing to respective personnel. Direct incoming calls to respective team members. Receive messages, forward on messages. Perform general data entry tasks for other departments such as raising quotes and creating spread sheets. General administration tasks such as filing and collating. Be responsible for all general reception duties. Collecting and despatching inbound and outbound mail Provide web administration support when requested About You This is an entry level position and may be ideal for someone looking to change careers and enter into a customer service and administration position for a very unique industry. The successful incumbent will have the following attributes Excellent customer service skills. Proficient in the use of all Microsoft applications and the capability to learn industry specific systems and processes. High level of communication skills and practical thinking, with the ability to communicate effectively with various stakeholders. Ability to build rapport with an open and helpful persona. High level of accuracy and attention to detail. Great time management skills. Well presented, reliable, committed and punctual. Your positive, solution driven attitude and team fit are important factors to have a successful career with ASG. Job Benefits Permanent, full-time, Monday to Thursday- 830am to 500pm and 830am to 400pm on Fridays. Great South East Brisbane location with ample parking. Ongoing training and career development About the Albert Smith Group The Albert Smith Group was founded in Brisbane, Australia in 1873. We are a pioneer in the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of signage products for many of the world™s leading brands. Visit our website to find out more about this amazing Australian owned company. httpwww.albertsmithgroup.com.au If you are looking for an exciting new career challenge then select œApply and submit your resume and cover letter today

    location Balmoral St, Kuraby QLD 4112, Australia


  • Office Manager (part-time)

    YOUR Next Employer is a national builder with a dominant market presence in the construction industry. This company has worked hard to create the dynamic working culture it boasts throughout the entire organisation and has a focus on delivering projects across the Fit-out and Refurbishment sector. An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Office Manager to join the Brisbane team on a part-time basis for 3 days a week. YOUR Role as Office Manager will see you use your excellent administration skills to ensure the smooth running of the Brisbane office. You will become an integral part of the company and showcase the skills gained from your office management experience. The role will involve helping Project Managers and Contract Administrators with documentation, inductions and compliance, taking calls, minute taking, stationary orders and being the first point of contact for the office as well as general administration duties. YOUR Experience Solid experience as an Office Manager, ideally in a construction environment Excellent administration skills are essential Strong organisation skills and ability to prioritise and multitask Accuracy and attention to detail The ability to work autonomously as well as in a team and excellent interpersonal skills Professional with exceptional written and verbal communication skills Proficiency in MS Office “ Word, Excel and Outlook YOUR Opportunity with this employer is what you choose to make it this is a friendly team with great support and strong projects pipelined for the next couple of years. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for worklife balance in a part-time role. We are interviewing for this role immediately Apply now For more information please call Lucy on 07 3251 3363. Follow us on the following social media platforms for industry news and new and dynamic roles. Twitter YourResourcing1 Facebook Your Resourcing Linkedin Your Resourcing Its all about YOU at YOUR...

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


  • Membership Services Co-Ordinator - Williamstown

    About the role South Pacific Health Clubs Williamstown is looking for a Membership Services Co-Ordinator to join the team. We are looking for someone who is passionate about changing lives, who wants to build a successful career in the Health and Fitness industry, a club ˜all-rounder™ who is willing and excited to make this role their own. Over the last eighteen months, we have promoted three staff members in similar positions into Club Management roles You will be responsible for - Providing an amazing experience to our members guests everyday - Opening and closing the health club - Front of house duties including handling phone calls, member enquiries, sales administration - Liaising with Club Manager on monthly marketing strategies - Achieving monthly sales targets - Generating new business (currently only around 14 of the population engage in health clubs, so there are still plenty of people to spread the word to) To be successful you will be - A confident, engaging compelling communicator - An exceptional conversationalist (but even better listener) with a warm, friendly phone manner - Able to demonstrate genuine passion for health wellbeing - Enthusiastic, driven and like to have fun - Previous Sales or Customer Service experience would be favourable but a great attitude is essential We are after someone to welcome people into our fitness community and then remember their name every time you see them again in the Club. About us Over the years the industry has evolved, becoming increasingly professional and specialised. Our members demand more and we strive to exceed their expectations. South Pacific Health Clubs has seven clubs throughout the Bayside and surrounding suburbs. Our belief in health and fitness is evident in the design of our clubs, the professionalism and enthusiasm of our staff and the commitment we have to our members. We provide a holistic fitness offering and cutting edge equipment in our clubs and we will never stop pushing to improve standards to be the best that we can. With confidence we can proudly say we continue to be leaders in the industry. Excited about this opportunity? Then send your resume and cover letter to Eugene Downing eugenesouthpacifichc.com.au Please note that applications that do not include a Cover Letter will not be considered

    location Melbourne Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Recruitment Administrator (Para Consultant)

    Fast-paced support role fantastic learning opportunity Friendly team environment collaborative culture Rated one of Australias ˜Best Places to Work™ for 2017 (under 100 employees) Are you seeking your next administrative role as part of a market-leading company? Wavelength may be right for you ABOUT US Wavelength are the leaders in Medical Recruitment, with an enviable reputation, built on providing quality and innovative solutions to candidates and clients. We have been ingrained in the Australian medical market for almost 20 years, with over 70 staff, placing over 2000 medical professionals a year and with ambitious growth plans. Working from a modern, warehouse style office in Sydney we have recently been recognised as one of Australias Best Places to Work (under 100 employees) for our seventh year This was in recognition of our exceptional employee benefits, which include Generous rewards and benefits Unique workplace culture, with casual dress, open plan warehouse office, social drinks each week, on-site fitness classes, free breakfast and a number of other benefits Real emphasis on ˜worklife™ balance, including allowing employees to choose when their day starts and ends, between 7am - 7pm Emphasis on support and training ABOUT THE ROLE If you enjoy a fast-paced position within a fun and friendly team this opportunity could be just what you™re looking for. Working as a Recruitment Administrator (Para Consultant) in our dynamic recruitment team, you would support two Recruitment Consultants placing doctors in roles across Australia. Your role would involve a variety of important administrative duties, helping to coordinate placements from start to finish and ensuring all Doctors have the required credentials before being placed on an assignment. This will be a full-time 6 month contract role. ABOUT YOU We™re seeking an individual with a strong background in administration, and preferably some previous experience in a similar role. You will be a fast learner, and a highly professional and motivated individual, who is driven to succeed and will provide exceptional support to the team. Excellent communication skills and a keen eye for detail will be of paramount importance, and you will enjoy working at a fast-pace, using your well-honed time management and collaborative team skills. You will also love being given additional responsibility, both on projects and in the recruitment and placement of candidates when the Recruitment Consultant is absent. The position is part of a high energy, positive environment, and requires a forward thinker to assist the recruiters in developing new business in this space, whilst nurturing existing candidate and client relationships. SOUND INTERESTING? If you are a motivated individual looking for the next step in your career, we would love to hear from you for a no-obligation chat. Please apply below or to find out more visit www.wavies.com.au . Alternatively, for a confidential discussion contact our People Culture team on 02 8353 9000. Wed love to hear from you.

    location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


  • Sales & Customer Service Administrators

    Currently we are looking for experienced Sales and Customer Service Administrators. The role of a Sales and Customer Service Administrator is varied and covers all aspects of customer service along with an array of administration tasks, data entry and responding to general enquiries. Duties and responsibilities Ensure all incoming phone calls are attended to in a prompt and courteous manner Processing orders and data entry Preparing sales support documentation Meet and greet visitors General administrative support Skills and experience 2 - 3 years experience in a reception, general administration, business support or call centre role Sound knowledge in MS Office Suite Strong organisational skills and ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Superior problem-solving skills and the ability to think outside the box Excellent Communication sills You will be a highly motivated and a customer focused individual coupled with sound administration experience. It is important that you have a passion for organisation, coordination and customer service. To be successful you will, take ownership and pride in your work, have a can do attitude, and the ability to work autonomously and work to tight deadlines. If this this sounds like you, please click on the Apply button or email Mellisa Bennetts at mellisa.bennettsegmpartners.com.au

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


  • Administrator

    ABOUT WAVELENGTH INTERNATIONAL Established 19 years ago, Wavelength is the leading medical recruitment agency in Australia, offering a range of innovative recruitment and managed service solutions. Placing over 3,000 doctors each year, we work with hospitals and general practices across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. We are based in the vibrant suburb of Surry Hills, with many cafes, bars, and public transport options. Our values are at the heart of everything we do and we are looking for someone who will continue to drive this. THE ROLE We are looking for an experienced Administrator to join our team to help drive our People Culture strategy. You will be part of a passionate and hard-working team, all experts in their respective fields. Your major responsibility areas will include Talent Management Manage all administration related to the induction, onboarding off boarding programs for all employees. Setting up Learning passports for each new joiner, booking all meetings and training Assisting the People Culture team and business managers with administering regular performance development plans Managing Wavelengths KRA system and process providing support as required Remuneration and Rewards Managing the administration of the bonus commission process in collaboration with the CFO HR Metrics Reporting Collating regular monthly reports on key HR metrics and preparation of PC slides for monthly executive meetings Other ad hoc reporting as required HR Systems Ongoing update, implementation and enhancement of key HR information systems. Responsible for keeping the PC intranet site current and efficient People Culture projects Working on a range of People Culture projects and research tasks as necessary. KEY COMPETENCIES Technical skills Demonstrable experience as an administrator. Super star working with systems and driving proven enhancements. Excellent with Word, Powerpoint Excel Behavioural skills Able to liaise with all levels with a professional approach. Exceptional client relationship skills with both internal and external clients. Strong project and time management skills. DESIRED EXPERIENCE PROFILE Previous experience as an Administrator (2-3 years ideally, ) with a sound understanding and experience within a broad range of systems Outlook, Word Excel. Capable of building strong working relationships whilst offering an excellent service across all aspects of People Culture.

    location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


  • Audio Transcriber - Perth - Start Jan 2019

    Find meaning and purpose in your role, supporting access to justice Enjoy working in a flexible, fast-paced environment Australia™s leading transcription firm, with multiple office locations Competitive remuneration, directly linked to performance Who we are Auscript is Australias leading provider of court recording and transcription services with close to 100 years™ experience and nine offices across the world. Were part of a fast-growing, global group of companies, known for its innovative solutions that are driving digital transformation in the justice system. Since 1921 our team has significantly expanded around the globe, yet we still put quality service at the heart of everything we do, and our people are our priority. When you work for Auscript, you™ll be energised to find yourself among a skilled, enthusiastic team driven to do their best work. You™ll find meaning and purpose in your role “ a feeling that™s hard to find in many jobs. For more information visit auscript.comcareers About the opportunity We currently have multiple opportunities for permanent full and part time Audio Transcribers, who are dedicated and enjoy working in a fast paced, high performance environment. Audio Transcribers are responsible for transcribing digital audio from a variety of interesting legal matters, including court proceedings, as well as a wide selection of work from private clients. Central locations Brisbane CBD and Eight Mile Plains, Sydney, Perth Multiple opportunities Expanding business Fast-paced, high performance environment Flexibility office hours are Monday to Friday start and finish time may vary, depending on our clients needs. About you If you take pride in doing accurate, quality work and are motivated by a fast-paced environment, we want to hear from you. Previous audio transcription experience not requited. Training will be provided to the successful candidates. Candidates with a legal or writing (professional or personal) background would be a great fit. To be successful in this role, you must possess the skills and attributes outlined below Minimum typing speed of 70 wpm Excellent knowledge of the English language, with particular emphasis on spelling, punctuation and grammar Acute attention to detail Strong listening and concentration skills Ability to work within deadlines with excellent time management skills Self-motivated Works well both independently and within a team. Competitive remuneration available, directly linked to performance, therefore you must be capable of producing high quality work consistently. Security cleared candidates are also encouraged to apply. Due to the nature of our work, employees are required to complete, at a minimum, a National Police Check. Employees may be required to complete high level security clearances, which may involve providing private and confidential information to the relevant security agency. Next Steps To apply, simply submit a cover letter and resume by clicking on the apply button. Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume and state if you are applying for full or part time opportunities.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer - Werribee Campus

    Contemporary New Health Care Facility Afternoon Casual opportunities available Friendly and supportive environment St Vincent™s Private Hospital Melbourne has extended its trusted, state of the art health care services to Melbourne™s west, and our Werribee facility has been open since January 2018. St Vincents Private Werribee is a not-for-profit, private Catholic hospital. We provide you with the highest quality healthcare, modern facilities and the latest technology. St Vincents Private Hospital Werribee is the fourth hospital to open under the umbrella of St Vincents Private Hospital Melbourne, a facility of St Vincent™s Health Australia under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries. The Services available in our Werribee private hospital include obstetrics, orthopaedics, cardiology, ear nose and throat, plastic and reconstructive surgery, urology, gynaecology, general surgery, vascular, rehabilitation and oncologyinfusions. Facilities include operating theatres, a day procedure unit, a cardiac catheter laboratory, oncologyinfusion unit, 2 wards, delivery suites and a level 1 special care nursery and newly opened rehabilitation gymnasium. Reporting directly to the Administration Team Leader at St Vincent™s Private Hospital Werribee, this exciting opportunity is now available for casual Customer Service Officers to join our team. This is a multi-skilled role covering a broad range of administrative duties, including reception, bookings and discharge. The successful applicant will be responsible for Managing and operating the switchboard and reception Manage the clerical administration of Patient Episodes of care from bookings to discharge, including pre admission and admission. Collection of out of pocket expenses and process banking Provide high quality customer service to patients, colleagues and the public Assist with the coordination of the oncall Accredited Medical Practitioners (AMP) roster It is essential that the successful applicant has the following Previous customer service experience in dealing with people in person, telephone and in writing Health fund knowledge essential Previous Clerical Health experience An understanding of or certificate in medical terminology Benefits include A supportive and friendly atmosphere, salary packaging (increase your take home pay), ongoing education support, comprehensive orientation, uniform, discounted car parking and easy access to public transport. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. As part of SVHA™s commitment to the federal government employment parity initiative, we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. Permission to conduct a police check is required. Must obtain a valid Working With Children Check.

    location Werribee South VIC, Australia


  • Workplace Experience Advisor

    Reece Group is a place where people make a real difference. The secret to our success is having the right people, with the right attitude in the right roles and reinforcing the values and behaviours. The Reece Group are on a journey of innovation and growth, we are a leader across many categories, and to successfully support our A class retail business, we are looking to recruit the best into our Reece Support Centre (RSC). As the Workplace Experience Advisor, you will support the change and culture program in the lead up and execution of Reece™s move to a new be-spoke support centre in Cremorne at the end of 2020. You™ll be part of the Reece Workplace Transformation team that is responsible for evolving Reece™s workplace strategy - driving greater productivity and growth. This includes the creation of flexible working practices, agile workspaces and enabling technology. Key responsibilities include You will support the Workplace Transformation Lead to create a strong culture at the RSC - The Reece Way Develop, maintain and encourage good working relationships with Reece colleagues across the RSC and with the network Help create moments of magic for our people, customers, clients and visitors who come to Reece. Creating a space where people love to work, connect, and enjoy now, and in the future. Be a champion for new ways of working, supporting change champions and their teams to embrace new ways of work in the lead up to our move to Cremorne in 2020. Communicate with others in a positive, constructive and respectful manner - keep people updated on what is happening on the program and be clear about what they need to do next. Always looking at how we can be improving processes and teams work at the RSC. Making the RSC a great place to work Being the source of all things Reece and about the Burwood to Cremorne programme - helping to answer queries, raise concerns and speak up for others. Organise and facilitate workshops about the move, seeking feedback from everyone who works at the RSC Be part of the workplace transformation, embracing activity-based working, and encouraging others to do the same. Working with the Transformation Lead, external change consultants and change champions to equip people to make the move as effective as possible. What you™ll need Understands the rudiments of culture change and how to use these skills to affect positive change Attention to detail to support the running of the core communication rhythms and routines that support the business function. Self-starter, independent operator - can manage independently without a lot of direction and specific instruction. The ability to build and maintain strong relationships with employees, colleagues and customers Enjoys being part of a team, and contributes to their success Good listening and communication skills and the ability to take and give constructive feedback Empathetic people-person - enjoys interacting with people, you are able to relate to a wide variety of personality types. Good writer, and good knowledge of Workplace Ability to contribute to a positive working environment Ability to work to deadlines through good discipline, planning and time-management skills Basic to intermediate computer skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint You will work in an amazing highly evolving and effective environment where you have the freedom to experiment with trial and error, within the realms of the business function. Do you want be part of a team that is redefining the products and services that the people at Reece will use now and in the future? If so apply online.

    location Richmond VIC, Australia


  • Receptionist - endota spa Townsville

    endota spa Townsville is currently looking for a casual, experienced day spa receptionist. endota spa offers women a mindful escape from the stresses of everyday life and gives us the chance to make self-care a priority, with beautiful face and body products that stay true to the idea that what we put on our skin is as important as what we put in our bodies. When you join the endota spa network you become part of a diverse and inspiring community of people, all connected by the belief that in order to look good on the outside, you first have to feel well on the inside. Our therapists bring the philosophy of the endota spa brand to life, with a caring, hands-on approach to better wellness. If you™re passionate about skincare and want to give back to others in an authentic way we encourage you to come with us on our wellness journey. A little bit about you experience as a receptionist in a spa environment or similar a beauty qualificationbackground considered an advantage a mature personality with a can do attitude a professional who cares about what they do and how their clients respond strong communication skills and a passion for the industry excellent grooming and presentation standards day, evening and weekend work available When you become part of the endota tribe you can expect to Work in an environment where your personal wellbeing is considered and respected. Be supported and work collaboratively with people who appreciate diverse skills, strengths and individual perspectives. Connect with our community of inspiring and passionate people. Celebrate success and have your achievements recognised. Be provided with ongoing training and professional development opportunities. Receive staff rewards on endota products and treatments. If you believe confidence is like magic, want to be inspired, and create your own destiny, then this is the role for you.

    location Rowes Bay QLD 4810, Australia


  • Reception/Administration

    Are you looking for an exciting career move into the diverse industry of Real Estate? An opportunity has arisen for a bright, motivated ReceptionistAdministrator to join the dynamic and successful team at Ray White Preston. Our mission is to deliver an experience which exceeds the expectations of our clients “ this starts with Reception. In this role you will be required to Be the first point of contact for customers at reception Answer calls, respond to emails, handle daily mail Deal with customer enquiries Provide extensive administrative support to the rental department To be successful in this role, you will have Some receptionadministration experience (essential) A bubbly personality Immaculate presentation Initiative, enthusiasm and a willingness to learn Effective communications skills to liaise with people from various backgrounds Experience in time-management and prioritising multiple tasks High degree of computer literacy High level of proficiency in Microsoft Office packages (namely Word and Excel) Excellent written and verbal skills High level of attention to detail A professional, personable and supportive character with a positive attitude Self-discipline and ability to work independently as well as in a team environment Hours Monday to Friday, 900am to 530pm. Please forward your covering letter and resume to John Catanzariti at john.catanzaritiraywhite.com

    location Gilbertson St, Essendon VIC 3040, Australia


  • RECEPTIONIST / ADMINISTRATOR MELBOURNE

    About Indian Motorcycle As America™s first motorcycle company, Indian Motorcycle has a long history of delivering iconic, innovative products which inspire riders around the world. Indian provides opportunities for growth and advancement within in a global company, working with an industry-leading prestige brand in a fully factory-owned retail environment. As a performance-based organization, we expect exceptional performance from our machines, and even greater performance from our people. About the Role This is an ideal opportunity for anyone who has direct customer experience and is looking to take a new direction in a dynamic role. We are a visionary, international company with world class motorcycles and we offer an excellent induction program and a great culture. The successful applicant will demonstrate Excellent customer service High level communication skills Extremely consistent accuracy and attention to detail High level of numeracy skill Self-motivation Friendly personality If you have a strong Customer orientated approach and take pride in providing a personalized and professional service, then this role is for you Benefits include- Staff Uniforms Corporate Apparel and Merchandise Footer If you have what it takes to offer great professional service and work with world class products please email your resume and cover letter to alison.sutherlandpolaris.com

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Administration Officer - Work Health and Safety

    Position Administration Officer - Work Health and Safety Location Bundaberg Employment Type Permanent Full-Time Level 2.1 Remuneration 58,449 per annum Plus up to 12 Council Superannuation Contribution (Local Government Conditions apply to superannuation) Position Purpose The focus of this position is to administer people systems and provide reporting to leaders while also providing administrative support to the WHS Team. Selection Criteria 1. Previous experience within a similar role is essential. 2. Provide confidential, client-focussed quality administrative support to a range of stakeholders. 3. Work independently and as a part of a team in a professional and positive manner with the ability to be tactful and discrete when dealing with matters of a sensitive nature. 4. Prioritise tasks, meet deadlines and workflows using software packages. 5. Communicate effectively and present a customer focussed approach to people at all levels within the public and private sectors. 6. Hold current C class drivers licence and able to provide a satisfactory Criminal History Check - Police Certificate (Australia wide - name only) Council to organise. Applications For further information in regards to this position, please contact Wayne Walters, Manager Work Health and Safety on 1300 883 699. To apply, please email your application, quoting vacancy reference number PN1129 and your name in the subject line, then email to vacanciesbundaberg.qld.gov.au Please be sure to include in your email Cover letter Resume Selection Criteria responses demonstrating how you meet the requirements of this role. (Please use no more than 150 words per selection criteria response) Applications close Midnight Thursday 13 December 2018. STEPHEN JOHNSTON CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Bundaberg Regional Council is a alcohol and drug free workplace and is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    location Oakwood QLD 4670, Australia


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