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Assistant Manager

Duties The Assistant Manager is role within DCP and is accountable to the Manager for Providing high quality information and practice advice as a Social Work expert Identifying practice quality issues and develop and implement practice improvements Managing case allocations and assist in ensure the Children and Young People (Safety) Act 2017 is fully implemented across operations Essential Qualifications A degree level qualification in Social Work which gives eligibility for full membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers. Special Conditions There are special conditions attached to this role, please refer to the Role Description to find out more. Enquiries Rebecca Perks (08) 8207 9000 rebecca.perkssa.gov.au Persons of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, who have the appropriate background and skills but do not have the essential qualification, may apply for and be engagedassigned to the role of Social Worker and will be entitled to apply for any Allied Health Professional roles requiring a qualification in Social Work within the Department for Child Protection (DCP). Application Instructions You will be required to answer the mandatory behavioural questions (please refer to How do I answer Behavioural Questions in the Help menu for more information) and attach your cover letter, current resumecurriculum vitae and Employment Declaration prior to clicking Submit Application. It is recommended to allow enough time to complete the whole application as the system times out after one hour of inactivity. For Role Descriptions and to submit your application click apply or visit httpswww.childprotection.sa.gov.auwork-with-us Applications Close Friday 24th August 2018 at 11pm. For assistance with any technical issues please contact the help desk on 1300 733 056 or helpdeskbigredsky.com The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.

location Adelaide SA 5112, Australia


Service Support Manager

Service Support Manager Clerk Grade 56 Department of Family and Community Services Ongoing Full-time Location Burwood Salary range 83,403 - 92,026 p.a. plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. About us The Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) directly supports approximately 800,000 people every year and reaches a further million people through local community-based programs. About the Opportunity The Service Support Manager supervises and leads a team of staff that provide administration support to staff and Community Services clients. The Service Support Manager will plan, manage, monitor and report on the administrative and site management functions of the CSC(s) and directly undertake some administrative functions, in addition to other duties. A key function of the role is to lead and support the development of the Administration team members. This is an ongoing role in accordance with the Government Sector Employment Act 2013. A Recruitment Pool may be created to fill similar roles for both ongoing and temporary opportunities if and as they arise. The Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 requires persons engaged in children related work to have Working with Children clearances. If successful in this role you will be required to provide a Working with Children Check clearance number prior to commencing in the role. To obtain further information and to apply for a WWCC clearance please click here. What we can offer youBenefits Location Burwood FACS Clerk Grade 56. Salary range 83,403 - 92,026 p.a. plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading 4 weeks annual leave per year of service Generous salary packaging options and other fringe benefits Flexible work practices Opportunities for learning and development and Internal career progression How to apply Only online applications will be accepted. To apply, please click œApply Online. You must Upload an up-to-date resume which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role Submit a covering letter (2 pages maximum) which includes a response to the two (2) targeted questions below 1. Describe a time when you have been responsible for overseeing operational expenses of your work place. What were the key considerations? 2. What are your most effective techniques for developing a team with varying levels of skill and ability? Please provide an example of a time when you successfully implemented these techniques. Part of the assessment process may include additional online capability testing, skills testing or work samples in accordance with the new Government Sector Employment Act 2013, therefore you may be contacted to participate. You may also be asked to complete a Health Declaration Form in later stages of the assessment process. Find out more Click here to view the role description. For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here Please submit your application online including the information outlined above. If you experience technical difficulties when submitting your application, please contact ˜I Work for NSW™ on P 1800 562 679. Closing date 28 August 2018 at 1159 pm For enquiries please contact Erin Brown on P 8741 2710 or E Erin.Brownfacs.nsw.gov.au Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion FACS is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and other diversity groups. FACS encourages applications from people with disability and will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace. If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please call or email the contact person listed below, and also advise us of your preferred method of communication. FACS is also the first NSW government agency to become a White Ribbon accredited workplace, for taking active steps to prevent and respond to violence against women. Thank you for your interest in this position. We look forward to receiving your application.

location Parramatta Rd, Burwood NSW 2134, Australia


Personal Assistant

Valuations and Advisory Services Providing a broad range of administrative support to Directors and the office team Can we inspire you to join us? Provide full administrative and secretarial support to a busy small team. Assist in the undertaking of Financial Reporting and Mortgage Security valuations. Maintain and update market performance data and market commentaries and the sales and leasing database. Diary management, meetings, invoicing. Maintenance of relevant marketing materials and assist with submissionstenders when required. Here are some of the strengths you™ll have to help us deliver Demonstrated experience in a similar team support role, ideally with an interest in property andor valuations. High attention to detail, task focused, logical and analytical thought processes. Excellent organisation skills and ability to work to tight deadlines. Excellent verbal and written communication with strong ability to build effective relationships with clients and colleagues. Intermediate to advanced in core MS Office packages. CBRE is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the business. We welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people, women, mature age workers, people with disabilities and people from different cultural backgrounds. Our employee advantage program reflects our commitment to progressing your learning and development, career, recognition, wellbeing, benefits, pay and community contribution. We look forward to hearing from you.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Executive Assistant- Investment Banking

This international Investment Bank is looking for you to join their team. We are looking for a professional Executive Assistant who can step into the role from day one. You will already have experience within Banking and Finance or Professional Services and love working in this environment. The career opportunities are endless and the experience is priceless Duties will include but not be limited to Managing diaries and booking meeting rooms Booking and scheduling travel including coordination of approvals and preparation of itineraries Processing of invoices and American Express expense claims for payment, including reconciliation of foreign currencies and organising authorisation of claims adhering to expenses policies and procedures Acting as coordinator and main point of contact for team Providing assistance with preparation of reports, presentations and other documents Organising ad hoc dinners and events for client entertaining Organising meetings and agendas for visitors as required Networking and liaising with clients andor client EAs and peers internally Maintain client contacts Answering telephones and taking responsibility for follow up actions Managing electronic document and paper files following established Document Management procedures and Maintaining orderly and tidy workspace. The successful candidate will have · Five years plus experience in a professional environment or similar role · Reliable and stable work history · Background andor interest in finance industry highly regarded · Advanced level of skill and knowledge in Microsoft Office applications · Confident, professional telephone manner · Strong organisational abilities with high level of attention to detail Is this your perfect role? Apply to Claire today

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Receptionist

About the Company This trendy Media company partners with the top brands in the marketplace to promote brand awareness. Based in the heart of North Sydney, they are looking to help fill a temporary replacement for 3 months to be the new face of their organisation to represent the creative and supportive culture that they foster for all employees. Retire those business suits, jeans are the preferred dress code Enjoy complimentary coffee from a press every day along with a cake and drink cart on Friday afternoons About the Role In this role you will ensure the smooth operation of general reception duties including - Answering telephone enquiries - Front door services and greeting all visitors - Catering for meetings and conferences when required - Manage meetingseventsdiaries in outlook - Book transport when appropriate eg. taxis after meeting - Maintaining office supplies - Courier and mail franking To be a suitable candidate, you must hold the following - Warm, personable demeanor - Receptionist or customer service experience - Proficient in standard Microsoft Software Packages - Hold effective organisational, communication and people management skills What is in it for you? Work in their brand new offices close to fantastic restaurants and cafes which you can explore every lunch time. Enjoy being part of a collaborative culture and celebrate birthdays, anniversarys and special events as a team. If youre looking for a busy reception role with plenty of variety, then apply now using the link below

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


Customer Solutions Representative

Toyota Financial Services is the countrys largest automotive financier. With over 30 years™ experience in the Australian market, an extensive network of regional offices and as a leader within the worldwide business group, we pride ourselves in understanding and listening to our guests. Were well known in households and trusted by Australians and businesses to look after their financial needs, supporting them with vehicle finance and insurance, warranty solutions, fleet management services, commercial hire purchase and wholesale purchase. Our unique culture, work approach and business practices make Toyota a successful, global company. We are about more than vehicles and vehicle finance “ we are about achieving success in business the ˜right way™ through The Toyota Way philosophy, while continuing to support people and their communities. Our commitment to Continuous Improvement and Respect for People mean our people support each other™s development and success to deliver our global vision of mobility for all. Our customer Solutions Centre is located in Macquarie Park. We have successfully created a culture within our Centre that focuses on our team and customers and we want you to be a part of our continued success. We are looking for a Customer Solutions Representatives to start on the 20th August and join our friendly and supportive team. Reporting to the Customer Solutions Team Leader, your usual day in the office will include Engaging with customers to provide answers about their car loans insurance Assisting our customers to meet their vehicle finance needs Provide a very high level of customer service Contribute to the success of our business through making recommendations for improvement and take ownership of your own results Meet the high standards expected within our culture and customer expectations You™ll be successful in this role if you have The ability to interact, empathise and understand our customers Excellent written and verbal communication skills Good problem solving skills Excellent customer service skills Experience in a customer servicecall centre environment Work autonomously and as part of a team Demonstrated experience using Microsoft office Previous experience working in a sales team preferable If you are keen to join an organisation that recognises people who add value to the business and this is the role you™ve been looking for, then please apply now

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Operations Administrator - Moranbah

Greyhound Australia (GHA) is a leading supplier of bus transport services and a major service provider to two key sectors of the economy Travel and Tourism, and Resources. This role is based in Moranbah co-ordinating the provision of bussing services on road and mine sites. Moranbah is the central Queensland location of most coal mining operations for companies such as the BHP Billiton minerals group with their BMA and BMC facilities, Anglo-American, Middlemount Coal, HSE, Downer and others. Moranbah is located approximately 190km south west of Mackay. Reporting to the Regional Manager Bowen Basin, this role is primarily responsible for co-ordinating all aspects of bussing contracts we hold within the area. You will excel at building relationships and influencing the results. Primary Purpose and Scope Provide general administrative support to the Bowen Basin driver and management teams. Contribute as a key member of the operations leadership team to effectively lead new initiatives and drive a strong customer and safety focus culture within the base. Assist the Operation Supervisors in Moranbah with driver development, safety investigations and pre-start and tool box meetings. Assist with recruitment of new drivers and human resource administrative processes. Assist with the coordination of assetsfleet usage ensuring compliance with fleet cycles and servicing (Daily KM reporting). Maintain and provide reporting data to management as instructed. Administrative tasks including data entry, filing, and managing a high-volume workload. Reception Duties including, greeting visitors and contractors responding to telephone queries and conducting internal staff interaction (various requestsassistancequeries). Administrative processing and stock management. Written tasks, including the preparation of written reports, producing meeting minutes and the preparation, collation and formatting of a bi-monthly team newsletter. Financial processing in Pronto and related purchasing activities. Compliance tasks as directed (Work Diary, Fit for Work sheets, Bus pre-starts etc). Ensure employee compliance with both our clients and Greyhound policies and procedures, customer requirements and government legislation (e.g. fitness for work, fatigue management, accident and incident reporting, pre-departure checks, work diaries). Essential Experience and Criteria Previous experience in administrative roles that required a high level of organisation. The ability to prioritise, multi-task and follow through on required actions. Demonstrated initiative, judgement and problem-solving skills. A strong customer orientation and excellent attention to detail. Strong team focus and the ability to work in a collaborative manner Intermediate Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and company systems Ability to build relationships at all organisational levels and with external stakeholders Desirable Experience Comfortable working in a rural environment Financial system knowledge “ Pronto

location Moranbah QLD 4744, Australia


Customer Service Officer - Pennant Hills (NSW)

Do you want to learn new skills and be part of a fantastic growing organisation that makes a difference to people™s lives? The Company National Hearing Care are a values driven organisation looking for their next Customer Service superstar We are constantly expanding our network across the nation, and as a result we have an opening in our Pennant Hills Clinic. 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. You will also see your own clients to conduct a free 20 minute hearing check (Training will be provided on this) Our ideal candidate will have previous experience working with KPIs in a retail andor sales environment, utilising these existing skills to build strong rapport with our clients and using persuasive communication skills to re-book appointments when necessary. Experience in local area promotion will also be highly desirable in this position as you will need to be proactive in networking and identifying business potential in the area i.e. retirement villages, nursing homes, pharmacies. Our Successful candidate will have A passion for customer service, a positive attitude and an eye for detail Excellent communication skills and a strong work ethic Exceptional organisational time management skills Warm, energetic and engaging manner 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 benchmarked salary and an attractive bonus program Comprehensive induction ongoing training, through our CSO Training Academy Development opportunities throughout your career Invitation to our exciting annual conference Multiple rewards and recognition opportunities for exceptional service Fun welcoming environment “ great work life balance Full time hours 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday with a 1 hour lunch break 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. This opportunity will suit someone who is eager to begin a long term career within an industry leading organisation and who is prepared to go above and beyond for NHC™s clients. If this is you, please apply now without delay.

location Sydney NSW 2120, Australia


Contract Administrator

Skilltech Skilltech is the market leader in metering in Australia, providing services for reading, installing and maintaining meters for electricity, gas and water utilities The Role An opportunity is now available for a highly organised Administration Officer to provide administration support to our team in our Rydalmere Office. You will liaise with both internal and external stakeholders as an initial point of contact for queries. You will assist with the data processing, report production and coordinating the schedules as well as providing support for the field workers. You will fulfil general administrative support and office duties. Skills and Experience To be successful in this role you will have Intermediate to Advanced experience with Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Administration experience preferred. Strong verbal and written communication skills. A high attention to detail with the ability to interpret and analyse information. Strong interpersonal skills Excellent time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks. All applicants must have the rights to work within Australia Benefits and Culture Supportive and inclusive culture. A professional and safe working environment. Good employee benefits and entitlements. Spotless offers an excellent career in a national organisation. We are an industry leader and if you are looking for the next step to further advance your career, apply today Spotless is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Indigenous Australians to apply.

location Rydalmere NSW 2116, Australia


Executive Assistant / Projects

About the Company For our client, passion for trading is simply in the genes. The small family business established by the brothers in 1879 has developed into a major distributor and retailer for the international travel retail market. Despite our Clients international profile, they remain a family business, and place great value on people. About the Role A unique opportunity for a self-motivated Executive AssistantProject Coordinator, who enjoys working in a fast paced and dynamic environment. You will work in collaboration with the Managing Director to effectively manage projects relating to all aspects of our business as well as be responsible for providing confidential executive support. You will also develop, lead and execute initiatives and proactively manage projects from end to end as well as liaise with key internal and external stakeholders to enable change and establish effective relationships. Key Responsibility™s Managing communications on behalf of the Managing Director, which include monitoring and screening incoming correspondence and telephone calls to ensure appropriate action is taken. Effectively coordinating diary appointments, meetings and conferences including venues, travel arrangements and accommodation. Assisting in the development and continuous improvement of various administrative procedures including office activities. Prioritising and facilitating the preparation of briefing notes and agendas to support at internal and external meetings. Collating and processing expenses and invoices. Manage end to end projects in our business. Planning and executing initiatives in line with our business and people strategy. Working in collaboration with key stakeholders and establishing strong relationships with key stakeholders both internally and externally. Identifying market trends and make recommendations to proactively meet business needs and expectations. About You Relevant tertiary qualifications in Business Administration or Management. Proficient communication skills, both written and verbal. Proven stakeholder management capability and relationship building skills. Demonstrated ability to be resourceful, highly organised and proven success working in a fast-paced environment. Strong negotiation, influencing and analytical skills with a proven ability to build relationships and solve problems creatively utilising sound judgment. Enthusiastic, committed and flexible in hisher approach. Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Dont delay, apply today or call us for a confidential chat (02) 8098 0888 For the most up to date roles and recruitment information please add us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comboutiqueconsult or follow us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanyboutique-the-consultancy

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Team Assistant - Member Service

About HCF HCF is Australias largest not-for-profit private health insurer. With the adoption of our 2020 Strategy, our vision is to make health care understandable, affordable, high quality and customer centric. We are proud to be home to 1300 employees at our head office location in Sydney, our Australian call centres and our growing network of branches and dental centres across the country. With over 85 years of heritage in Australia, we™re committed to investing in the health and happiness of both our members and our people. About the role Located at our head office in Sydney™s CBD, this critical role will provide high-level, quality administrative support to the General Manager - Member Service in a professional and timely manner and assist the wider Member Service and Member Experience teams to achieve business objectives. Key tasks of this role will be as follows Managing the diary and coordinating meetings for the General Manager - Member Service and other team members of the Member Service and Member Experience teams as needed. Responding and screening incoming enquiries and taking action on those matters that do not require the attention of the GM Member Service including providing relevant information or transferring to the required business unit appropriate. Provide administrative support to the GM Member Service and the respective Heads of Member Service and Member Experience, and other team members as required. Coordinating and organising eventsfunctions, meetings and notifying attendees. Attending meetings as required and taking minutesnotes at meetings. Preparing Work in Progress (WIP) reports for distribution at meetings. Co-ordinating, participating and contributing to work projects as required. Maintaining effective hard and soft copy filing systems and scanning documents. Ordering supplies and stationery and maintaining consumables stock for the team as needed. Adhering to the organisations administration policies. Opening and distributing all incoming mail including redirecting andor taking action on those matters. Managing processing of invoices and purchase requisitions. Producing correspondence, presentations and reports both of a general and confidential nature. Organising travel arrangements and travel expenses for the Member Service Member Experience teams as required. To be successful in this role you must have Demonstrated 2-3 years™ experience in administration working in an office customer service operational environment Strong interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills to tactfully liaise with a variety of stakeholders including executive level management, internal and external customers, whilst maintaining positive relationships. Ability to work autonomously, employ initiative to find solutions, prioritise, exercise discretion and maintain confidentialitydata security. Strong organisational, administration and computer skills, particularly in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Microsoft Project. Ability to work under pressure and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. A proactive and flexible approach to work. Ability to actively participate to achieve team goals. Ability to manage time and resources effectively. Ability to learn new software and office systems. Benefits culture In addition to the salary offered, HCF have a number of employee benefits including Discounts on health insurance and other insurances Family and friends day Study leave Parental leave scheme Developmental opportunities Comprehensive training and ongoing support We believe in developing our people to assist in driving continuous improvement within the organisation. At the same time we are dedicated to creating a working culture where staff members can flourish. We work hard to ensure that all our positions are challenging and rewarding, where you can utilise and further develop your skills to truly make a difference. If youre ready to make a difference to your career and to HCF then click ˜apply now™ to be considered for upcoming opportunities.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Executive Assistant to the Executive General Manager - Risk

Executive Assistant to the Executive General Manager - Risk No matter where you are at UGL, you will find people who are passionate about what we do the projects we work on, the services we provide, the communities in which we work, and our principles and people. UGL Pty Limited is a diversified services company delivering critical assets and essential services that sustain and enhance the environment in which we live. Our capabilities extend across a broad range of services and whole-of-life solutions for diverse industries, utilising world leading, sustainable and innovative technologies. We partner with some of the world™s largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprise and public institutions. We are a member of the CIMIC Group “ a leading international contractor and the world™s largest contract miner. At present, we have an opening for an Executive Assistant to the Executive General Manager - Risk based out of our stunning and conveniently located Head Office in North Sydney. The successful candidate will provide confidential and high quality secretarial and administrative support services and act as a key contact and co-ordination point. About the position Act as host and provide administrative support to visiting executives both internal and external. Assisting in arranging all domestic and international travel, including accommodation through the corporate travel provider and website tool - Amex Travel Concur. Compilation and reconciliation of expense reports. Maintain the Executive General Manager - Risk diary, as required. Screen telephone calls for your Manager and provide appropriate responses. End-to-end coordination UGL™s Group Tendering Committee (GTC™s) and at CIMIC (TRMC) level (as required) Initial review of all GTC documentation and content management “ ensuring it meets internal governance standards. Co-ordinate and attend GTC™s Issuing actions and tracking progressqualification prior to submission Assist EGM Risk with ATOM and Unipart responsibilities and coordination of ATOM and Unipart board meetings The ideal Candidate At least 5 years high level administrative experience in a large corporate environment High level computing skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office Experience with SAP systems would be desirable, but training is available Experience with confidential documentation Ability to manage own time and team on several concurrent projects. This is a fantastic opportunity for a professional individual to join a top-tier organisation, and perfect for someone who thrives working in a fast-paced environment. If you are confident you have the requisite capabilities to join us and hit the ground running, we look forward to receiving your expression of interest. Apply using the button below or online at httpwww.ugllimited.comjoin-us, quoting reference number 233353. For assistance, email corporateugllimited.com Diversity and Inclusion is a priority at UGL, so we welcome applications from all backgrounds regardless of gender, age, disability or ethnicity. We particularly encourage applications from candidates who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


Event Sales Executive - ZINC at Federation Square

EVENT SALES EXECUTIVE ZINC AT FEDERATION SQUARE MELBOURNE CBD Are you excited about high end food and events? Do you love exciting fast paced environments? An opportunity has arisen for a passionate Event Sales Executive to join the award winning team at ZINC at Federation Square. This exciting opportunity will benefit a career driven individual with multiple career progression opportunities. ZINC is one of Melbournes leading event spaces. A stunning venue, located on the river front side of Federation Square, ZINC offers a rare private space perfect for a diverse range of events from breakfasts to dinner, conferences, exhibitions, private events and Kosher events. ZINC is proudly managed by EPICURE. The role of the Event Sales Executive involves managing clients from the corporate and weddingsocial markets. The Event Sales Executive will manage events from the initial enquiry stage through to the coordination of the event, and then handover to the Operations team, ensuring client satisfaction to gain repeat business. We are looking for a team player with the following skills and attributes · Proven event sales and planning experience · Strong negotiation skills, resilience, and determination · A passion for providing excellent customer service · Outstanding attention to detail and the ability to multi-task · Highly motivated and driven with a desire to learn and progress within the business · Passionate about high end food and beverage · Supportive of your fellow team members and ready to help whenever it is needed · 1-2 years venue or hotel experience is preferred As part of the Event Sales Team, your role will be · To work closely with our existing Event Sales team in delivering exceptional events to our clients · To develop strong relationships with key accounts · To achieve budget targets and your designated Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) · To respond to incoming requests for proposals and attend to incoming calls and requests for site visits by potential customers with a view to securing their business · To be involved in booking, contracting and co-ordination of events · To conduct site inspections of the event facilities at ZINC to prospective clients as required · To attend industry functions and trade events as appropriate · To utilise all facets of our booking system, administer and coordinate all sales and event activity including proposals, planning, contracting and invoicing to maximise business potential and cost efficiencies · To be actively involved in sales and marketing activities All applications will be handled with strict confidentiality.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Receptionist

Lindsay Australia Limited is an integrated transport, logistics and rural supply company listed on the ASX. The company has an extensive east coast network of rural stores and transport depots employing around 1000 workers nationwide. Lindsay Australia Limited currently has an exciting opportunity for a receptionist to join our team based in Head Office. The role will be offered on a permanent basis. The ideal candidate will be a motivated, enthusiastic and responsible individual looking to build their professional career within a Company that focuses on employee growth and development. Duties of the role will be varied and will include Answering and directing phone calls Attending to visitors onsite Ordering despatching stationeryoffice supplies Booking co-ordinating travel arrangements Assisting with marketing and advertising Co-ordinating the catering of meetings events Management of incoming and outgoing mail General administrative duties Ad hoc duties as directed by the Executive Assistant The candidate we are looking for will have A current drivers licence Willingness to learn new systems and processes A friendly and helpful demeanour Excellent organisational skills Ability to multi-task and handle a high volume of work Good attention to detail Sound PC and administrative skills (esp. Excel and Word) Head Office is a modern building based in Rocklea with up-to-date equipment and off-street parking provided. Lindsay Australia Limited operates with a culture of honesty and openness. To apply for this position click the Apply for this job button or send resumes directly to The Safety, People and Culture Department Peoplelindsayaustralia.com.au

location Brisbane QLD 4110, Australia


Personal Assistant - 12 Month Contract Digital Revenue

Who we are In an evolving media industry our brands continue to drive the story and influence the agenda - 7.4 million Australians read one of our national, metro or regional paid daily titles a week. We are proud to be the greatest storytellers in Australia, and our marketing team is dedicated to promoting our connection with our community and audiences. Our products are innovative and dynamic, constantly adapting to new challenges and pioneering the way forward to lead the market. We offer a fun, fast-paced environment where creativity can thrive. A unique opportunity has been created to support our growing Digital revenue team for an experience Personal Assistant or Team Coordinator. The role will perform a central coordination function across three teams within Digital Revenue supporting the General Managers in the day to day coordination of calendars, meetings, inventory, expenses and travel. Who You Are Naturally energetic, proactive and a strong communicator, you will provide day to day support directly to the General Managers for Digital Commercialisation, Data Commercialisation and Commercial Operations teams. You will be the central point of contact for the entire management team, the wider team, vendors, clients and guests, whilst organising schedules and maintaining the highest level of confidentiality. You will be able to manage the financial responsibility of the department including invoices, expenses, travel arrangements, inventory control and all HR related activities as well as ensuring regular meetings are scheduled for all direct reports and other key business relationships. You will ideally come with a Diploma of Business Administration andor a Diploma of Communications and have a demonstrated background in executive support at a senior level with experience in media andor technology a distinct advantage. You must also be at home in a Technology driven environment, with a strong working knowledge of MS Office Suite, Google Suite and Concur. Where do I sign? This role is based in our lively Surry Hills office in Sydney. There™s an on-site gym, coffee on tap, and plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars nearby to keep your worklife balance healthy. We offer competitive employee benefits, a fun, fast-paced working environment, and excellent opportunities for growth and development. To apply or find out more about careers with us, see newscorpaustralia.comcareers.

location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Team Coordinator

Join Us. Are you ready? Go Be courageous. Be different. Stand out from the crowd Work hard, have fun, make a difference Allow your passion to become your purpose As the independent consulting arm of the WorleyParsons Group, Advisian provides a true end-to-end offering for clients, integrating strategy, management and technical consulting expertise. With more than 2,800 people in 19 countries, the work we do impacts the world around you. Providing the advice and partnering with our clients to implement that advice, we are a practical, innovative, results-driven organisation with a singular focus on the success of our clients. We are open, honest and direct, and we deliver what we promise. We advise, then deliver. We have an opportunity for a Team Coordinator to join our North Sydney office, providing support to a dynamic and exciting consulting team. Key responsibilities will include Providing administrative organisational support to the assigned consulting team Preparing assignment and client documents, including correspondence, proposals and reports Developing and maintaining an understanding of the team™s structure, work focus and administrative support needs Providing support for bids, tenders and ongoing projects, including research Ensuring document management systems are maintained Organising internal or client meetings and events as required Providing support across the office reception relief as required Participating in the development of a team atmosphere and maintenance of a positive work environment, actively demonstrating a strong commitment to the Advisian way Participating in the development of a safe and healthy workplace Any other duties as required To be successful in the role you will have Proven experience in delivering consistently high quality work in a timely and accurate manner High level of proficiency in preparation of documents, presentations and spreadsheets using Microsoft Office software A positive approach that easily adapts under challenging timeframes Professional phone manner Ability to work proactively with minimal supervision Demonstrated advanced problem solving skills Ability to build strong relationships both with internal and external clients Demonstrated experience in proactively maintaining a team atmosphere and positive work environment Ability to work flexible hours to meet work priorities In return we offer a great team environment and the opportunity to work with talented professionals where you can grow your career. Why Join Us? An opportunity to be a part of the Advisian story. We foster a culture where our people are keen to contribute their ideas. Every one of us can be an innovator and the business values all of our input. We offer unparalleled opportunities for personal and professional development and career growth. When you join the WorleyParsons Group you™ll join an equal opportunity employer that believes in the inherent benefits of a diverse workplace, and that promotes inclusion and flexibility. We encourage applications from a diverse population of people that reflects the range of countries, cultures and contexts spanned by our operations. You must have current unrestricted working rights for Australia to be eligible for consideration. Please note no agency representation or submissions will be recognised for this vacancy.

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


Sales Administration Coordinator

Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific are seeking an enthusiastic, passionate customer service and administration superstar to join our dynamic Sales Administration team About the Role This role plays a vital part in the operation of our Sydney Suites Sales Site by providing support to the Office Administration Manager and sales staff in daily sales administration duties. This role is one of four Coordinators who partner together under the direction of the Office Manager to Be the face and heart of our business through your interaction with our guests at our reception area Be the voice of our business, manage inbound calls from a variety of sources, including internal stakeholders from all over the country Be a key contact for the dynamic Sales Team Be focus and balance these tasks with administration duties both reoccurring and adhoc About You We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated, team player who Has exceptional time management skills Shows initiative and has a œCan Do attitude Has the ability to juggle priorities and demands in a fast paced environment while maintaining absolute attention to detail Has experience or exposure to Sales, Customer Service, Hospitality environments (desirable) Has the ability to work a flexible 7 day roster which includes early starts, weekends and public holidays (essential) About Us At Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific, we are passionate about helping our employees reach their full potential, by providing world-class opportunities for career development. Prepare for an unforgettable journey, because there are no limits to what you can achieve with Wyndham, a leader in the fast-paced and exciting hospitality and vacation ownership industries. People make a difference in our business, so our success lies with our employees

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Receptionist - Goodlife Royal Park

DRIVE growth, INSPIRE members, and CREATE the type of fitness community you™ve always wanted to join. œWe wear our logo of ˜GOOD™ on our chest, but wear ˜GREAT™ in our actions. Goodlife Health Clubs is the largest Australian owned and operated fitness organisation, with over 85 Goodlife clubs and 19 HYPOXI studios nationally and growing. Our organisation aims to educate, motivate and support Australians to get moving and live active. Goodlife is an employer of choice for energetic, motivated and customer service focused people and its our people that have been integral to our success. As a Receptionist, you will be the first to deliver our Vibe Tribe culture to our new and long standing members. You will be influential in inspiring our members to have the best workout experience. It will be through your ability to build rapport with our members that you make them feel welcome and apart of our Tribe. As a Receptionist you will be responsible for Excellent customer service Managing all enquiries or directing our members in the right direction Retail revenue It™s our people and their behaviour that are critical to the Goodlife Vibe Tribe™s success. You will be driven, energetic, organised, and have a flexible working attitude. Your ability to connect with people to share your love for health and fitness, and introduce them to Australia™s best fitness experience, is essential. Our priorities centre around our Vibe Tribe functioning as a well-oiled machine, by fostering the best people and supporting them to achieve their full potential. We are committed to providing all members of our Vibe Tribe with ongoing training and support to develop their customer service and sales skills. Your hard work will be rewarded with competitive remuneration, comprised of base salary, uncapped commissions + super. You will also have a FREE all club access (247) gym membership, in addition to VIBE Rewards - Goodlife™s awesome reward and recognition program. Apply Now If you™d like to join our league of extraordinary people, please click Apply to submit a resume that details your experience, attributes and achievements in customer service, sales, KPI achievements and interest in health and fitness.

location Adelaide SA 5014, Australia


Contracts Administrator

About the Company Fairbrother has steadily grown to become a recognised leader in the building and construction industry. Wholly owned by key management staff and employees, our stellar success allows us to undertake commercial construction projects nationally. Our directly employed, diverse and highly-skilled workforce provide a comprehensive range of services to our clients encompassing all facets of the building construction and maintenance process. An Employer of Choice, we directly employ 350 people in our core business and in excess of 500 people across all business units throughout Tasmania and Victoria. About the role An opportunity exists for a full-time commercial Contracts Administrator to join our team in Hobart team. The role will suit an experienced individual, who has a minimum of 5 years previous experience in the occupation within the commercial construction industry. What you will need to succeed in this role Having responsibility for the timely and accurate administration of designated construction projects, to be successful in these positions, applicants must address the following key selection criteria and demonstrate A minimum of 5 years previous project contracts administration experience in the commercial construction sector Work collaboratively within a cohesive team Sound knowledge of AS and ABIC suite of standard contracts Excellent computer skills - operating knowledge of Cheops, Buildsoft Microsoft Project is essential Well-developed interpersonal and organisational skills Previous experience in estimating would also be an advantage Ability to interpret plans for changes in scope - measure price these variations including managing the sub contract component Personal drive and determination to assist in the successful delivery of projects on program and under budget What you need to do now How to apply We offer a great working environment, a good work-life balance, a long term career opportunity and a remuneration package commensurate with your skills and experience, which includes benefits such as five weeks leave per year. =========================== If youre interested in this role, click apply now and send a cover letter together with an up-to-date copy of your CV. To learn more about the role email hrfairbrother.com.au To learn more about our company, our people and our services, go to www.fairbrother.com.au All applications will be treated confidentially.

location Queens Domain TAS 7000, Australia


Executive Assistant & Administration

About Meriton Founded in 2003 as Meriton Serviced Apartments, Meriton Suites has undergone tremendous growth in its collection of luxury apartment-style hotel accommodation. With 18 establishments and a remarkable total of 4,686 suites, we have become Australias largest owner of hotel rooms and amongst one of the countrys largest hotel operators delivering first class, professional services in conjunction with sophisticated and modern facilities. About the Role The role of Executive Assistant Administration is to support the Group General Manager by overlooking and coordinating his daily activity whilst providing administrational support to the National Talent Culture (HR) Manager. You will utilise your proven administrational expertise in a corporate environment ideally in hotels and bring a methodical approach to the work that you do. Being savvy in your thinking and innovative in your delivery will assist you in securing this role. Responsibilities of the Role Supporting the Group General Manager on managing his daily calendar and events Managing phone calls and appointments Managing the office and immediate spaces, in terms of stationary and equipment to ensure full functionality of daily operations Attending to deliveries and collections pertaining directly to the Group General Manager Provide comprehensive administration and support to the National Talent and Culture (HR) Manger across all aspects of the employee lifecycle. Administer the coordination, processing and data entry of all paper and electronic Talent and Culture transitions against quality standards and agreed timeframes. Act as the ambassador for the organisational culture and values ensuring they are upheld and embedded. Organise meetings and small functions both internally and externally ensuring stakeholder coordination and communications are managed in a timely way, meeting stakeholder expectations and requirements. Administer and support the implementation of changes or modifications to Talent Culture systems and processes to ensure they are fit for purpose. Coordinate the production and development of management information for the purpose of producing Talent Culture reports and metrics used by the business. Provide administrative support to managers and colleagues within the Talent Culture team as directed Creating, updating, and maintaining records, including new hires, terminations, promotions, transfers, while maintaining strict confidentiality. Updating and maintaining talent and culture documents, including employee handbooks and directories, performance evaluation forms, and organizational charts. Take on ad hoc duties and responsibilities outside of the function of administration for example but not limited to, assisting with internal external recruitment events training programs. To really flourish in this position you will bring your A solid level of diplomacy and integrity. Be goal driven action orientated Professional phone manner and etiquette Have the ability to multi task effectively in a team and also autonomously. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, verbal and written. An eye for detail, strong organisation and time management skills University qualifications in Business Administration What you can expect from us Competitive pay Laundry allowance Professional and friendly work environment Exclusive accommodation discounts Discounted onsite parking Genuine opportunity for career growth and development Previous applicants for any of our vacancies across our sites, will not be considered and only short listed applicants will be contacted within 7 days of application. Permanent residents only may apply.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia