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Contracts Officer

As part of the Wesfarmers Industrial Safety group, Blackwoods is Australia™s leading supplier of industrial and safety products. We believe in providing outstanding service to our customers through outstanding people. An exciting opportunity has become available for a personable and charismatic Contracts Officer to support the Terms Team to mitigate risk through stringent contract management practises from reviewing, negotiating and executing Customer Contracts on terms and conditions that are acceptable to the business. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to Accurately reviewing customer terms and conditions documents with the ability to interpret legal clauses with regard to potential business risks. Supporting alignment between all businesses in relation to reviewing, negotiating to executing Customer Agreements or Contracts in accordance with company guidelines. Providing advisory support to the businesses to enable the effective negotiation of Customer Agreements or Contracts. Liaising with the Groups InsuranceCorporate Solicitors to obtain a full understanding of all risks. Facilitating the customer contracts endorsement process, in line with policy, as required. As our successful candidate you have proven experience in a similar function reviewing and negotiating supplyservice agreements, ideally with an understanding of tenders and contracts. You are an excellent communicator who has outstanding influencing and relationship building skills and you work well in a high pressure environment. Superior commercial acumen, risk management capabilities and a high attention to detail is essential in your success. Strong commercial and legal knowledge of general contractual practises and processes, and tertiary qualifications in Commerce, Business or Contract Law will be highly regarded. For the right candidate, we offer a range of benefits including an exciting salary, a modern, comfortable and safe working environment and participation in a Wesfarmers™ Annual Employee Share Plan. How do I express an interest? To express your interest click the ˜Apply™ button below and send us your CV and covering letter. WIS promotes and adheres to the principles and practices of diversity

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Contracts Officer

As part of the Wesfarmers Industrial Safety group, Blackwoods is Australia™s leading supplier of industrial and safety products. We believe in providing outstanding service to our customers through outstanding people. An exciting opportunity has become available for a personable and charismatic Contracts Officer to support the Terms Team to mitigate risk through stringent contract management practises from reviewing, negotiating and executing Customer Contracts on terms and conditions that are acceptable to the business. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to Accurately reviewing customer terms and conditions documents with the ability to interpret legal clauses with regard to potential business risks. Supporting alignment between all businesses in relation to reviewing, negotiating to executing Customer Agreements or Contracts in accordance with company guidelines. Providing advisory support to the businesses to enable the effective negotiation of Customer Agreements or Contracts. Liaising with the Groups InsuranceCorporate Solicitors to obtain a full understanding of all risks. Facilitating the customer contracts endorsement process, in line with policy, as required. As our successful candidate you have proven experience in a similar function reviewing and negotiating supplyservice agreements, ideally with an understanding of tenders and contracts. You are an excellent communicator who has outstanding influencing and relationship building skills and you work well in a high pressure environment. Superior commercial acumen, risk management capabilities and a high attention to detail is essential in your success. Strong commercial and legal knowledge of general contractual practises and processes, and tertiary qualifications in Commerce, Business or Contract Law will be highly regarded. For the right candidate, we offer a range of benefits including an exciting salary, a modern, comfortable and safe working environment and participation in a Wesfarmers™ Annual Employee Share Plan. How do I express an interest? To express your interest click the ˜Apply™ button below and send us your CV and covering letter. WIS promotes and adheres to the principles and practices of diversity

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Contract Administrator

Minimum 3 Year™s experience in a Contracts Administrator role for a commercial construction company. Enthusiastic, passionate and self-driven....

location North Lakes QLD 4509, Australia


Permits Administrator

Metricon Homes, a leading multi award winning new home builder is committed to recruiting outstanding individuals who share our passion for delivering quality, service and award winning living solutions for Australian families. This is a highly rewarding but challenging role located in Mount Waverley within the Dual Occupancy team on this Fixed Term 12 month 3 Day a week Part Time role. Reporting to the Operations Manager, your responsibilities will include Order Receive Check Follow up Soils, Surveys and PSI information Issue Statement of Costs (SOCs) and contract Drawings Reconcile invoices Order contract plans, Resite™s and Final Plans in drafting Order slab computations structural computations Enter forecast dates into Business Craft daily Order acoustic reports Update product information Collate and distribute supplier technical information Assist in the workflow and management of customer files within the Drafting department Receive and file digital surveys from third party providers Manage the acceptance of draftingengineering documentation from external providers Accurate preparation and issue of Contract documentation to Customer Service Coordinator using HIA provided software Prepare and Issue Pre builds to site Managers Receipt of Pre-build™s Apply for Asset protection permits through council and Manage the Permits Inbox daily. Metricon will offer you Genuine career advancement opportunities A supportive workplace culture where great work is recognised and rewarded. The successful candidate will have Completion of or nearing the completion of an Associate Diploma in Architectural Drafting or equivalent is an advantage Some experience in using database systems is an added advantage Well developed communication and time managementprioritisation skills Intermediate Microsoft OUTLOOK, WORD and EXCEL computer skills Highly organised “ ability to multi-task and deal with a variety of activities and An understanding of the residential home building and construction process. Visit the Metricon Careers page on Facebook for more opportunities insights. httpswww.facebook.commetriconcareers?fref=ts

location Mount Waverley Reserve, Mount Waverley VIC 3149, Australia


Contracts Administrator

NEMMS JV is a well-established Indigenous Mining Civil Contractor with an exciting new presence within Oil Gas. Operating throughout Western Australia, with a focus on the Pilbara Region, we are a client focused organisation with a strong track record in the successful delivery of contracts in mining, civil and bulk handling projects. As part of our continued growth, we are looking for an experienced Contracts Administrator to join our corporate team based in Osborne Park. About the role Prepare, review andor ensure all subcontractor and supplier packagescontracts are drawn up, issued and managed as per the required scope of works and budgets. Prepare and monitor the procurement program of your projects in liaison with Project Manager. Co-ordinate day to day commercial aspects of the project including change management, notices of delay and time extensions. Provide effective and timely administrative support to the project team so projects are completed to contractual, time and cost requirements. Support the Project Managers with any exceptions andor contractual anomaliesrisks. Manager client and subcontractor variations, contractual claims and reporting About you 4yrs+ contracts experience within resources and mining construction projects is required, preferably from a Contractor perspective. Strong analytical and communication skills Ability to establish effective working relationships both internally and externally Tertiary qualification in Construction Management or similar is desirable About us NEMMS JV is founded upon building win win relationships with our client and the communities in which we operate NEMMS JV strives to be recognised as a credible aboriginal business in the broader community. What we offer Unique opportunity to diversify across Oil Gas, Mining and Construction Longevity with opportunities for personal and professional growth Competitive remuneration To apply for this role please submit a current CV cover letter.

location Osborne St, Washington, WV 26181, USA


Contracts & Procurement Coordinator

An opportunity has arisen for a results-focused self-starter in the role of Contracts Procurement Coordinator, based initially at the Head Office in Middle Swan at Helen™s Place. Working in a dynamic yet supportive team environment, the Coordinator plays a vital role in helping to achieve value-based outcomes for Rise and facilitating compliance with Rise Procurement policies and standards. The role is responsible for providing key administrative support for the Contracts Procurement function, including establishing and maintaining relevant systems. Main duties also include stakeholder and supplier relationship management, running small to medium procurement and sourcing projects and managing low and medium risk contracts under direction as required. To be considered for this position, you must meet essential criteria including Minimum Certificate IV in Business Administration, or equivalent andor relevant experience in a similar role Well-developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with the ability to deal with stakeholders and suppliersexternal parties Excellent organisational skills with the flexibility to perform well in a dynamic environment and work effectively under general or limited supervision Good analytical, numeracy, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, with an eye for detail Technological literacy Intermediate skills in the Microsoft Office Suite and able to learn and use new applications and technologies. Whilst not essential, it would desirable to have Previous exposure to electronic document management systems Demonstrated ability to interpret and apply policy and legislation Commercial acumen The ability to research and produce high quality written business documentation. Please note that to be employed in this role, the following checks are mandatory National Police Clearance (not more than 6 months old) You are required to review the position description for this role. To be considered for this position, you must submit a cover letter as well as address the selection criteria. For further questions contact Natalie Ong on 0411 685 479 APPLICATIONS CLOSE 3PM FRIDAY 26 OCTOBER 2018

location Stirling Rd, Greenmount WA 6056, Australia


Grower Services Officer

About the Role Emerald Grain has an exciting opportunity for right person to join our team as a full time Grower Services Officer at our Moama Office. The Grower Services Officer provides support to our Growers and Origination staff in relation to contract management and communication with growers and customers of Emerald Grain on a day to day basis. You will also be part of the team who are expanding our digital communication services and providing contract management services. The successful candidate for this role will have extensive internal and external customer contact via the telephone so excellent customer service and communication skills are essential as well as strong IT and digital communications skills and administrative capability. Responsibilities Providing administrative support in creating and managing grower contracts Assisting with the administration of title transfers Receiving enquiries and resolving issues in relation to grower payments Assisting with Grower warehouse stock enquiries Entering and reconciling information into grain management computer systems and Salesforce Assisting with the off-farm delivery to payment process Providing expertise in digital communication tools Taking and processing telephone calls from growers (both inbound and outbound) as well as the Melbourne Head Office reception calls Administration duties for the Moama Office including managing mail, couriers, travel arrangements, filing. Assisting with the collection and collation of information from a variety of sources that affect the grain industry, such as crop production, weather, supply and demand forecasts Skills, experience and competencies To be successful in this role ideally you will have Strong communication skills, both verbal and written Excellent telephone skills and customer-service skills Strong administrative skills and the ability to follow through on tasks Strong interpersonal skills and empathy to form close relationships with grain growers and other stakeholders The ability to work in a virtual team environment and support many stakeholders from different physical locations Exposure to or working knowledge of a CRM and other computer packages such as Salesforce, email marketing systems, Microsoft office programs, Adobe etc. Exposure to web design tools such as Wordpress and Sitecore Excellent organisational skills Tertiary qualifications in businessagricultureITCommunications would be highly regarded Knowledge of the agricultural sector and, in particular, the grain industry is desirable. What we offer you At Emerald Grain, our people are the heart of everything we do. We offer rewarding careers, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and responsive work practices. The right candidate will be offered a competitive package. About Emerald Grain Emerald Grain is a leading integrated grain trading, marketing, storage and handling company committed to Australian grain growers and their communities. It is one of the major grain storage and handling operators in South Eastern Australia with over 1.5 million tonnes of storage assets throughout New South Wales and Victoria. Emeralds grain terminal at the Port of Melbourne ships to more than 35 countries worldwide predominantly across destinations such as Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific. To find out more about us, visit www.emeraldgrain.com To apply for the position If you are interested in this exciting opportunity to join the Emerald Grain team, please click APPLY NOW to forward an up-to-date copy of your Resume and Cover Letter. Please note that you must be an Australian Citizen or have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

location Tantonan NSW 2731, Australia


Data Administrator

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location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, 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 Gold Coast QLD 4214, Australia


Contract Administrator

Relevant degree qualifications We are looking for energetic and experienced Contract Administrators to join our award winning culture....

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Site Administrator

This permanent, full time position reports to and supports the Contract Accountant with accurate, effective and efficient administration services to meet...

location Muscle Creek NSW 2333, Australia


Service Administrator

We are currently seeking an experienced Service Administrator for a full-time position based in the Wetherill Park area. About the client Our client have been established for 15+ years, they are an industry leader within the construction industry providing top of the line equipment to customers and clients. Responsibilities Reception Duties Customer Client calls Invoicing Creating Quotes Purchase Orders Requirements Microsoft Experience (Excel, Word Outlook) Previous experience as an Administrator Experience with generating system reports on services How to apply If you meet the above requirements and would like to be considered for this position, submit your resume directly on this Ad. Shortlisted Candidates will be contacted immediately. Mitchell - ARG Workforce

location Woodpark NSW 2164, Australia


Executive Assistant to Manager - Corporate & Business Services - Wagga Wagga

Employment Type Permanent Full Time Position Classification Administration Officer Level 6 Remuneration 68,913 - 70,619 per annum Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ71591 Applications Close 1 November 2018 Working at MLHD provides you with choice Come for a job, stay for a career. Where you will be working Wagga Wagga Base Hospital (WWBH) is one of the busiest rural hospitals in NSW with 300 beds over 40,000 emergency presentations, 1,100 births and approximately 11,000 operations each year. With the new hospital being built in 2016. WWBH provides medical, surgical, paediatric, obstetric, rehabilitation, and mental health acute and sub-acute inpatient services. Specialties include cardiovascular, gastroenterology, renal medicine, obstetrics, orthopaedics, psychiatry and paediatrics. There is also the provision of a full range of allied health and support services. Learn more about the benefits and lifestyle of Wagga Wagga What you will be doing The Executive Assistant to the Manager, Corporate and Business Services Wagga Wagga Health Service, provides timely high level organisational and administrative support. This includes exercising discretion in the ongoing management of the Manager, Corporate and Business Services schedule, incoming correspondence and handling of highly sensitive information. Support is also provided Finance and Analytics Manager for scheduling and minute taking. The position also maintains and monitors the use of the local administration casual pool and oversight of fleet and accommodation processes. Selection Criteria Demonstrated experience in providing administrative and secretarial support at an Executive Level including a proven capacity to operate effectively in an environment demanding confidentiality and discretion in issues management. Proven proficiency in using various PC based software including advanced level of proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite (word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and graphics). High level communication skills, including sound negotiation, interpersonal and liaison skills as well as a demonstrated ability to problem solve and use judgement and discretion. Please refer to the Position Description for the essential requirements and full selection criteria. Your application must include a current resume and address all selection criteria. Additional Information Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident, or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia. For more information, please see www.immi.gov.au Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Roslyn Mckenna on Roslyn.Mckennahealth.nsw.gov.au MLHD is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage all suitably qualified applicants to apply, including Aboriginal People and people from racial, ethnic or ethno-religious minority groups and people with disability.

location New South Wales 2650, Australia


Personal / Executive Assistant

ABOUT US We are a national organization that offers innovative products and services to a wide range of customers across every industry. We provide our customers with strong value based solutions that enable weighing, measuring, identifying, packaging and inspecting products. Our customers span the Transport, Agriculture, Food, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Waste, Mining and many other industries. We pride ourselves on our reputation for having a can-do attitude and exceeding customer expectations. Our offices are staffed with skilled teams to ensure our customers are provided with superior value, enabling them to optimize operations and meet compliance requirements. We invest heavily in training and technology to continuously improve the operations and skills of our people. As an organization, we only employ the most talented people who deliver exceptional services through the lens of our values. Objectives of our Role We are seeking a Personal Assistant to work alongside one of our Executive Regional General Managers. This is a fast-paced role that requires excellent time management and organisation skills with strong initiative in resolving matters and is vital to the smooth and efficient running of the Executive Office on a day to day basis. The role is full-time and based in Springvale, Victoria The role Diary management, including coordinating and scheduling appointments and meetings Inbox management, including reviewing incoming emails and allocating accordingly, escalating priorities to the executive Travel coordination and accommodation as required Expense Management Meeting preparation, AgendaMinutes Report preparation Monitor projecttask progress. The successful applicant will have A strong background and experience as an Executive Assistant Ability to prioritise and stay one step ahead at all times Strong communication skills both written and verbal Excellent planning and organisation skills whilst still being flexible The ability to build exceptional rapport internally and externally Be a team player A high degree of attention to detail Advanced Microsoft Suite knowledge and proven experience We offer a zero-harm culture in the workplace and excellent opportunities to grow professionally in a progressive learning environment. Diverseco Pty Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and will provide equality in employment for all people employed or seeking employment. Do you have what it takes? If you have the required experience and are interested in a challenging, rewarding job where every day is different APPLY NOW.

location Sandown Rd, Springvale VIC 3171, Australia


EA - Kilsyth - Permanent - Circa $100k + super

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced EA who is keen to support the CEO and the Senior Leadership Team at a thriving Australian manufacturing business supplying the building construction sector. If you are a senior level EA with a keen interest in HR systems and helping achieving best practices, this role could be well suited for your next career move. Your role will comprise full EA responsibilities including Creating presentations and reports for key meetings Active participation at Board meetings and Sales Management meetings Managing schedules and travel Co-ordinating Leadership Team development programs At the same time, the business has recently rolled out an enterprise wide HR system and wed like you to help implement its execution across the Australian business, supporting Line Managers with recruitment and administration tasks such as Coordinating offers and letters of appointment Liaison with External Advisors On-boarding new employees More about this at interview... The business has a strong entrepreneurial culture which is the cornerstone of driving continued success and growth and your contribution will be welcome. Salary will be in the range 100k plus super and the role is based in Kilsyth in Melbournes Eastern suburbs. Please apply online with your resume and cover letter. Inquiries to George Dimopoulos directly by email at georgepersona.com.au if you have any questions. Bring your skills where they will be valued most

location Belgrave - Ringwood Rail Trail, Melbourne VIC, Australia


Administration Coordinator

Contemporary Catering seeks an enthusiastic person to work as a key part of our administration team. This is a full time position and will be based in Rowville. Experience is required in an office environment with excellent written skills and can demonstrate advanced skills in the Microsoft Office suite. Duties will include working closely with senior staff to issues emails, working between departments and coordinating the administrative flow of documentation. You will need to be able to work independently and proactively. We work in a small office team with an inclusive dynamic workplace. Please apply via the Seek website. Duties of the Administrative Assistant include providing support to our managers and employees, assisting in daily office needs and managing our companys general administrative activities Answering and directing phone calls to relevant staff Scheduling meetings and appointments Taking notes and minutes in meetings Ordering and taking stock of office supplies Being a point of contact for a range of staff and external stakeholders Preparing documents for meetings and business trips. Writing and issuing emails to teams and departments on behalf of teams or senior staff Researching and booking travel arrangements for staff members Finding ways to improve administrative processes

location Mountain Gate Dr, Ferntree Gully VIC 3156, Australia


Client Service Coordinator - Traralgon

About RAV Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV) is a valued provider of specialist family and relationship services. Our vision is for positive, safe and respectful relationships for couples, families, schools, workplaces and communities. Our objective is to relieve suffering, distress and helplessness and to enhance physical, social and emotional wellbeing. As a community-based, not-for-profit organisation with no religious affiliations, our services are for all members of the community, regardless of religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background or economic circumstances. About the role Reporting to the Senior Manager Gippsland, you will work in a fast-paced environment and be an experienced professional with considerable knowledge of office oversight, coordination, supervision and support to administrative staff and administrative coordination for clinical staff. The Client Services Coordinator provides high level practice management and administrative support to facilitate the delivery of care to clients who access the centre. Skills, experience and qualifications Well-developed organisational skills and the ability to prioritise administrative workloadstasks to efficiently and effectively produce results. Certificate, Diploma or tertiary qualifications in administrativesecretarial studies or equivalent and several years™ experience in a busy administrative office environment. Highly developed general computer skills and computer literacy, MS Office Suite, CRM (preferable) and the demonstrated capacity to learn IT new systems. Experience working in a strong customerclient focused environment and representing a professional image and standard. Demonstrated capacity to assist members of the public and potential clients, understanding their needs and the range of services provided by RAV. Previous experience supervising an office andor office staff, coordinating, supervising and developing a small team. This role is based in Traralgon, Gippsland. The position is permanent, part-time 4 days per week. For this role, you can expect to work late on a Thursday evening, on a regular basis. What we offer You will receive a competitive remuneration package 68, 381 (pro-rata) plus superannuation and salary packaging. RAV is an ˜Employer of Choice™ in the community sector providing ongoing professional development training, flexible leave, paid maternity leave as well as other work and life integration benefits to our staff. For more information and to apply please go to www.relationshipsvictoria.com.aucareers. If you have a specific query, contact, Kylie Lancaster on phone 0447 697 659. Applications close on Thursday, October 25, 2018. RAV is a Public Benevolent Institution and EEO employer. RAV requires a satisfactory National Police and Working with Children Check. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

location Blackwarry VIC 3844, Australia


Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officer

FBR is taking precision robotics outside with Dynamic Stabilisation Technology and its first application, the Hadrian X construction robot. Based in Western Australia with offices and partners across the globe, FBR is a cutting-edge robotic technology company set to revolutionise the construction industry through automation and digitalisation. With the first Hadrian X robots rolling off the production line, we™re embarking on a rapid growth curve and are looking to continue to add the brightest minds to our team. OUR OPPORTUNITY Due to recent growth, FBR are excited to be adding a Full Time Executive Assistant to our team. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, this role will be responsible for supporting the COO in achieving success in his areas of responsibility HR, IT, Engineering, Manufacturing, Communications, Investor Affairs, Quality, Procurement and Safety. You™ll have substantial experience as an Executive Assistant to a C-Suite member within a growing, fast paced and publicly listed company. Diary and email management and dealing with confidential matters will be second nature to you, with your main focus being acting as the COO™s right-hand man or woman, freeing him up from lower level tasks to focus on his ultimate goal of growing the organisation. Your experience working with Lean, Six Sigma or Agile Methodology will be essential to ensure you can run at the same pace as the COO. You™ll be an unflappable, professional gatekeeper, knowing which requests for meetings, appointments and approvals to redirect or reject. You™ll love being involved in pulling together documentation for the Board, team meetings and external stakeholders and when necessary, stepping in for the EA to the CEO. Basically, you™ll be a superstar. You™ll be excited to join a fast growth organisation at grass roots and can foresee the opportunities this unique environment can provide. You™ll need to be prepared to roll your sleeves up and get done whatever is required as your role will often vary outside of your position title. OUR PEOPLE All our team members demonstrate innovation and creativity in all work endeavours and live and breathe our vision. They are bright minds ready to challenge the norm, take risks and question traditional processes. Flexible and inquisitive in nature, they are educated, driven, motivated and thrive in our fast-paced environment. We want people who think outside the box and challenge the status quo, and offer a nurturing environment to those up for the challenge. To complement our competitive remuneration packages, we have additional benefits such as subsidised meals, free Fat Friday feasts, fruit, uniforms, flexible working arrangements, and most importantly, a senior management team that supports our people. Our eastern suburbs location has the perks of free parking, state of the art technology and the added bonus of not having to battle the city commute. œ100 prototypes. 150 engineers. Millions of dollars. Countless iterations to bring one industry-changing idea to life. We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings immediately. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

location Perth WA 6057, Australia


CLIENT SERVICE & SUPPORT ADMINISTRATOR

Home Improvement Products “ Residential Focus on Customer Service Administration Permanent Position - Based in Riverstone Monday “ Friday, 800am “ 400pm The Company Our client is Australias leading manufacturer of a quality home improvement products. They specialise in producing a range of security screens for windows and doors, awnings, blinds and shutters for home owners, builders, large home improvement franchises, window and door companies, glaziers, home security installers and sole traders. The Position Will see you managing interactions with a major residential builder, via phone, email and text, processing orders, maintaining great relationships - keeping key contacts informed and ensuring deliveries are fulfilled and customer expectations are met. What we are looking for ... Naturally, you will be a great communicator with a minimum of 5 years experience in a similar position, ideally with a background in building products residential construction industry. You will be able to demonstrate a high standard of customer service, initiative, strong time management, administration and processing skills. Your systems knowledge will include MS Office, specifically Word, Excel and Outlook. You will also be a quick learner in picking up internal database systems for client interactions and scheduling. This is a fast paced, team orientated environment, where you will need to be able to think on your feet.

location Sydney NSW 2765, Australia


Principal Advisor (NGR Operations)

Department of Transport and Main Roads Brisbane Temporary full time until 31072019 with a possibilty of an extension Salary in the range of 108,698 to 116,553 per annum excluding superannuation Variety of state-wide work opportunities, exciting and innovative projects In the challenging role of Temporary Principal Advisor (NGR Operations) you will manage the implementation, administration, review and monitoring of the NGR Operations processes and procedures across all Operational aspects of the NGR Project. You will be responsible for ensuring Project controls are consistently applied across the NGR Operations phase of the Project and provide strategic advice and options for improvements and efficiencies in the context of NGR Operations. For a comprehensive list of responsibilities please visit www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au for the full role description. Skills Experience Experience working in a heavy rail environment is desirable Experience in leading and implementing business improvements Experience managing complex processes and procedures within a PPP environment Benefits A competitive remuneration package, including generous superannuation and leave provisions Employer superannuation contributions up to 12.75 Annual leave loading of 17.5 Salary packaging arrangements Flexible working conditions, ongoing training and career development How to apply If you are interested in this role, submit your CV or resume (maximum 5 pages), cover letter (maximum 2 pages) (addressing the capabilities listed under is this role for you on the role description), online through SmartJobs www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au. 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 QLD29095118. Closing Date Wednesday, 24 October 2018

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