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Office Experience Manager

Our Story Hi. Were hipages. We™re all about transforming the home improvement industry. Founded in an Aussie garage 14 years ago by two great mates, we™ve continued to reinvent and refine what we do, becoming Australias number 1 site to hire qualified, trusted and verified tradies. Weve developed innovative products using cutting edge technology, solving everyday problems that have plagued homeowners and tradespeople for years. This is a longstanding industry and were excited to help reshape it Our talented, friendly and passionate team have many achievements to be proud of, including winning awards such as BRWs Best Places to Work, BRWs Fast 100, Deloittes Tech Fast50, Australias Most Innovative Company Awards and 2016 Smart50 Top Digital Innovator. This is an exciting period of growth for us. We are fast on our way to becoming a household name and are determined to make life easier for homeowners and tradies Australia wide. We need more great people to join the team and help us get there. Your Opportunity Working full-time you will report to the Head of People Culture and be an integral member of our fun, hard-working and collaborative team. You will proactively partner with the People Culture team to continue to develop our employee experience through every touch point possible in the Sydney office, and aligning our Manila office, as well as a large focus on improving the day-to-day operations and building creative ways to develop our culture. In this role you will help the team drive and support our business strategy. You will find yourself collaborating with a highly talented, world-class team on work that™s challenging, engaging and incredibly rewarding. Key Responsibilities (include but not limited to) Manage all of our office facilities (2 levels) and liaise with building management to ensure the office facilities are in top shape, safe and clean at all times, with spot checks throughout the day on both levels Ensure our office facilities are being used correctly and processinstructions are communicated to all team members in a timely manner Manage our Workplace Health Safety requirements, including our First Aid Officers and Fire Wardens Your role is also Chief Fire Warden and Primary First Aid Officer ensuring 100 compliance and effective team member injury management Keep our office running at peak efficiency and maximum awesomeness by organising our fantastic in-house team events and ensuring our kitchen is stocked with drinks, fruit, breakfast snacks that keep our team fuelled and happy Manage the relationship with our external vendors and stakeholders such as building management and our hipages tradies that we use to maintain the office Drive our fantastic hipages culture, including events planning and management, team communication (monthly team events, EOFY company party, EOY party, cultural celebrations etc and project manage our Culture Club) along with ensuring diversity and inclusion is top of mind at all events You will be responsible for working closely with your counterpart in Manila to ensure complete alignment across the company to work towards a ˜one team culture™ Managetrack the office budget to ensure we are squeezing the most we can out of our budget and being creative to create maximum value for all of our team members and follow accounting procedures for managing the office culture budget expenses Help to decorate and ensure an inspiring and functional office environment and be open to celebrating several important initiatives throughout the full year Manage the office floor plan and work with managers to ensure all newbies are seated in the right areas and work with teams in times of desk moves to ensure smooth ease minimal impact for everyone involved Other ad-hoc duties as required. In this role you will be required to work a few extra hours once a month to support our monthly company meetings and any ad hoc events that are out of hours. What You Bring To be successful in this role, you will be someone who enjoys working with people, improving office process and making it easy and safe for people to be in an environment they love, which is why we refer to our office as our home. Equally important is your attitude and desire to have fun at work and positive attitude (people are happier after interacting with you). Our Receptionist Office Assistant will report to you and you will work closely with this person to deliver the best office experience you have ever seen or heard of Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills Must be organised, detail oriented, autonomous and collaborative and able to handle multiple priorities and always respond with a high sense of urgency Excellent verbal and written communication skills A great attitude and high energy with values that align with our corporate culture A leave it with me, Ill get it done attitude A 5 focus on the problem and a 95 focus on the solution PASSIONATE and able to energise the office at team social events Knowledge of facilities, office management and Work Health Safety processes and best practice as well as certified as a First Aid Officer (we will enable you to obtain this certification if yours has expired or you haven™t done before) Experience in event planning and office management within a fast - paced environment Proven experience as an administrator (ideally in a officeHR team) Experience in people management Strong ability in using Google Docs and Microsoft Office (MS Excel and MS Powerpoint, in particular) Who We Are We are an eclectic, bright and curious bunch. Were tech-heads, thought-leaders and are driven to make a difference. Our success comes from focusing on innovation everyday and using our diverse and collective intelligence to solve problems quickly, creatively and effectively. We™re a medium sized start-up, meaning we have the financial backing to have leading edge systems and tools but small enough so that everyone is empowered to directly impact our product and customers. We work hard and move fast, free from bureaucracy and politics to ˜make it happen™ everyday. We love celebrating - everything Birthdays, babies, big wins, little wins and anything in between, and our company awards and events are legendary Check out our Instagram hipagesteam to get the picture. Most importantly, all employees get to become owners of hipages (through our employee share program), which means were united in our mission and everyone gets to have their say. The energy and ˜buzz™ of our office is palpable and infectious. Finally, hipages is proud of our 5050 gender diversity (which is almost unheard of in our industry) and we appreciate and welcome all differences. If this sounds like you, then welcome home.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Tenders Coordinator

THE COMPANY For over 30 years Samaritans has been providing unconditional support to many different groups of people. Samaritans core values of compassion, integrity and justice continue to be central to everything we do. Our services support people with a disability, young people, children, families, those escaping domestic violence, and those leaving prison, among others. Our vision is to build communities where there is care for the vulnerable and where each individual has the opportunity to contribute and participate fully in community life. Behind this vision is a united team made up of over 700 staff members and 400 volunteers who work together throughout Newcastle, Hunter, Central Coast, Mid-Western and the Mid-North Coast regions of NSW. We want to work with people who believe in this vision and are genuinely committed to making a difference to their community. THE ROLE We are currently searching for a full time Tender Grants Coordinator to join our Business, Innovation Growth team based in Warabrook, NSW. The primary responsibility of this role is to coordinate the tendering and grants process from start to finish. You will focus heavily on Developing and maintaining resources and networks that are considered relevant in the development and maintenance of current and future Samaritans business Undertaking general and specific research to identify information supporting service models, tenders and grants Writing tenders to a high standard following the Samaritans format and style Developing and maintaining scheduled forecasts of upcoming tenders, EOI™s and opportunities Ensuring all required documentation is accurate, completed and submitted in a professional and timely manner Liaising with internal and external stakeholders to engage, facilitate, and develop partnerships which effectively support tender proposals and agreements on an ongoing basis. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE You are experienced and passionate about developing successful Tenders, Grants, Proposals, Submissions. An energetic go-getter who prides themselves on delivering high quality work, and enjoys working alongside knowledgeable and supportive colleagues. Your ability to effectively build relationships and influence with internal and external stakeholders will see that you gather all the required information and material necessary to write and submit engaging and accurate tenders within dedicated timeframes. You will have a passion for collaborating, solving problems, thinking strategically and delivering results which will contribute to the continued growth and success of the Samaritans and a key member of the Business, Innovation Growth team. Due to your previous experience and potential tertiary qualification, you will have an appreciation of the role of research in allowing you to draw on different methodologies to source information, evidence, and data to support the tenders. And, importantly, you will have an appreciation of accurate and timely administration and will happily take ownership of this aspect of the role. THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS 2+ years relevant experience with writing and producing tender documentation Demonstrated record in the successful submission of funding applications Demonstrated experience and proven ability to foster constructive relationships with both internal and external stakeholders Undergraduate degree in areas of study relevant to Samaritans andor the role (desirable) Demonstrated experience and understanding of research methodology including qualitative and quantitative methods, data analysis and reporting, and the development of Program Logic for service models Experience and understanding of the issues facing the NGO Human Service Sectors (desirable) Strong administration experience and attention to detail Excellent verbal and written communication skills Competency in all Microsoft Office applications Completion of a pre-employment medical, National Criminal History Check, Working with Children Check, and hold a valid drivers licence. THE BENEFITS Our team are the heart of what we do here at Samaritans. As a part of the Samaritans team, you have access to the following great benefits Salary packaging options Caretrac corporate gym membership Career and development opportunities Payroll giving program The opportunity to work within an innovative, collaborative team environment. If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you Applications for this exciting role close 900am Monday 2 July 2018 You must have the right to live and work in Australia. No agencies or third party applications please.

Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Administration and Employee Support

The Administrator and Employee support position is a crucial role within a small administrative team at Circus Oz. Responsible for the weekly payroll for all Circus Oz employees, recruitment, contracting and induction processes for new employees and maintenance of employee records, additional key responsibilities include management of workcover processes, OHS committee membership and provides assistance to the General Manager in the development and maintenance of company policies. Combining a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of employment conditions and awards, with at least 4-5 years payroll experience, the Administrator will be expected to demonstrate high levels of confidentiality and attention to detail, combined with empathy and excellent communication skills. The position is part-time (0.8) Application Process For further information visit httpswww.circusoz.comemployment.html or to submit an application, please contact Raelene King, Administrator, Circus Oz T +61 3 9676 0332 E Applications should include a 1) Cover letter (no more than one page) 2) Resume including contact details for at least three relevant referees 3) Separate response to the selection criteria, outlining relevant experience and skills (no more than three pages), as detailed in the position description. Applications should be submitted by 4pm, Thursday 28 June

Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia

Administrative Coordinator

About ACC Australian Christian College (ACC) is a national brand with nine schools in five states. The ACC school network is currently experiencing sustained growth in student numbers. Our Marsden Park Campus in North West Sydney is a K-12, co-ed, Christian school that is blessed with a committed team of teachers and supportive parents. About the role The Administrative Coordinator will provide administrative support to the Principal and to members of the school Executive team, including coordination and management of appointments management of electronic and hard copy communication undertaking and presenting preliminary research and secretarial support for relevant meetings. In addition the Executive Administrator will provide leadership to the Administration Team and carry specific responsibility for maintaining the School™s Information System and managing the School™s Calendar. Additional or alternative duties may be included subject to the successful candidates range of skills, experience and abilities. The position commences in Term 3, 2018. About You You have suitable qualifications and experience. You are highly organised and able to develop systems to facilitate efficient administration. You possess the enthusiasm, passion, and interpersonal skills that will facilitate creating an effective, high capacity administrative team You™re highly confident in the use of technology with experience in using a School Information System and cloud based applications. You have a servant heart and vibrant Christian faith. Benefits Working in an established school community with strong prospects for future growth and development. Strong support from an enthusiastic and committed community of colleagues. Encouragement to pursue your own personal and professional development. How to Apply If youre ready for your next career move and an exciting change, then apply now via Only applicants who apply via the online application form will be considered. Applications close Monday 25 June 2018.

Sydney NSW 2765, Australia

Graduate Contract Administrator

We have an exciting opportunity for a Contract Administrator based in our Gladesville office in Sydney, NSW. Under the guidance of your Primary Manager, your responsibilities will include Drafting the following documents for approval and submission Letter to Client and Minor Contractors Notices of Variation and associated cost claim forms Notices of Delay Extension of Time Claims and associated cost claim forms Other Contractual Notices as required Internal and External Project Reports Head Contract and Minor Contract Payment Claims and Valuations Minor Contracts (subcontracts, supply contracts, consultancy agreements) Ensure relevant substantiation for all Contractual Notices is submitted with the relevant notice and correctly filed. Assisting with procurement activities. Weekly update of the Obligations and Claims Register (Variation Register, Extension of Time Register and Progress Claim Register). Other ad hoc deliverables as assigned by Primary Secondary Manager. ABOUT YOU Relevant tertiary qualifications in Law. Excellent communication skills written and verbal Excellent time management skills. WHAT WE OFFER This exciting role offers you the opportunity to join a dynamic team and develop your career within a highly successful diversified engineering and services business. At Downer we are committed to fostering a culture that empowers our people, promotes teamwork and embraces sustainability. Our values, strategy and direction are clear and we are committed to Zero Harm and to the career development of our people.

Boronia Park, 37 Bridge St, Epping NSW 2121, Australia


OFFICE MANAGER - PAYROLL “ RECEPTION “ ADMIN Lees Trees Australia, a leading vegetation management provider of arborist and tree amenity services across Victoria are looking to employ a full time Administrative Manager. We are looking for a well-organised and motivated individual to join our vibrant and friendly team, on a full time basis in Bungaree. The working hours for this role are 800am - 400pm Monday-Friday, however these can be flexible for the right candidate. In this role, the daily responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) Reception tasks such as answering calls and speaking with clients Payroll and accounts payable duties Data entry including entering purchase orders, sales orders and goods receivable notes into the accounting system BAS and PAYG completion Processing accounts and completing paperwork Managing client accounts Debtors “ follow-up and reporting Accounts Payable “ reconciliation and preparation for payment Invoicing Statement preparation Banking Light cleaning duties Other duties as required The successful candidate will have the following skills, experience and attributes Proven background in previous AccountsAdmin roles “ minimum 3 years A solid understanding of accounts functions Excellent communication and time management skills with attention to detail a priority Quickbooks experience a must. Intermediate Advanced Excel experience required Ability to multi-task with a responsible, flexible and can-do attitude Able to act with sensitivity, discretion and complete confidentiality as required Excellent oral and written communication skills Sound understanding of business office procedures In return, you will be provided with a supportive environment, exceptional workplace culture within a well-run family business and competitive remuneration If you believe you fit the above criteria and are available to start ASAP, please submit your resume and cover letter via the œApply for this Job button below or to Interviews will be commencing immediately.

Magpie Ln, Wooragee VIC 3747, Australia

Corporate Meeting Support Specialist - Sydney

At WSP we develop creative, comprehensive and sustainable engineering solutions for a future where society can thrive. Equipped with an intimate understanding of local intricacies, world-class talent and proactive leadership, we plan, design, manage and engineer long lasting and impactful solutions to uniquely complex problems. With 42,000 talented people in more than 500 offices across 40 countries, we engineer projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. We are dedicated to our local communities and propelled by international brainpower. We are technical experts and strategic advisors including engineers, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors and environmental specialists, as well as other design, program and construction management professionals. We are seeking a service-focused, tech-savvy professional to ensure an enhanced customer service across all client-facing areas of our recently refurbished national headquarters in Sydney™s CBD. As a member of our small, but high performing Corporate Front of House Team, you will be immaculately presented and provide a mature, composed and professional service to both internal staff and our valued clients. In this demanding but rewarding role, you will Co-ordinate the activities of the Corporate Front of House team to proactively deliver superior meeting services to our internal and external clients Personally provide knowledgeable AV support (video conference, Skype etc) to assist meeting hosts, as required Demonstrate a passion for delivering quality service within a continuous improvement environment Take pride in ensuring our Front of House is maintained to the highest standard Provide support and assistance to the wider Corporate Facilities Team as and when required To be successful in the role, you will be Comfortable and confident with technology. Able to learn processes and troubleshoot problems calmly and quickly Confident providing instruction and assistance to internal and external clients at all levels Able to remain calm, focused and effective under pressure and in time critical situations Strong organisational and time management skills with the ability to juggle multiple priorities Strong customer service focus with excellent communication and relationship-building skills A self-starter who can work independently, but also contribute proactively to a strong team environment Experience in a similar role, specifically looking after AV set up would be highly regarded We are a collaborative team of experts that thrives on challenge and unconventional thinking. Channeling our curiosity into creating progressive solutions to complex issues is both our mission and our passion. Join us in doing purposeful, sustainable work that helps shape our communities and the future We are the best professional services firm, positioned to be partners for tomorrows challenges. Express your interest by clicking on the apply now button. Your application will be treated in strict confidence WSP supports a diverse and inclusive work environment as well as equal employment opportunities. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people of culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Office Manager

About the Business and the Role At St. Andrew™s Hostel, we aim to foster the values, beliefs and culture of our residents and their families. We provide a culturally appropriate environment where residents are encouraged and supported in maintaining their independence, cultural preferences and chosen lifestyle with dignity. This is a Full time position (76 hours per fortnight “ in accordance with the current EBA) You are responsible to the Director of Nursing and the Accounts Manager Occasionally, you may be required to work between both of our sites (Epping Ardeer) 1. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The day to day running of the Office in a residential Aged Care Facility (Management of Reception and undertaking of all Administrative tasks) Provision of Administrative Support to the Director of Nursing Accounts Management (Accounts receivableAccounts payableCredit CardResidents™ billingBankingEntering Invoices and Processing payments) Create and maintain Resident records and files Create and maintain Staff records and files Maintenance of Resident Bond Register using ERAD Process Payroll Maintain Annual Leave Schedule Maintenance of Staff Entitlements Liaise with and support Residents and their families (all stakeholders) Ordering and maintenance of stationery and administrative supplies Ad hoc duties for our affiliated community groups 2. QUALIFICATIONS Experience with MYOB or similar bookkeeping packages Extensive experience with Microsoft Office suite of products Current Police Check and Statutory Declaration that does not preclude Working in Aged Care Victorian Driver™s Licence 3. KNOWLEDGE SKILLS Knowledge and understanding of Residential Aged Care Sound working knowledge of Accreditation Standards Maintain and update professional knowledge base to ensure safe and best practice Demonstrate and comply with documentation requirements (legislative and regulatory) Strong interpersonal communication skills, and the skills to work both cooperatively autonomously Excellent organisational skills Computer literacy and proficiency in the use of a variety of Microsoft applications 4. ATTRIBUTES COMPETENCIES Work within the parameters of professional qualifications Foster a collaborative culture - Work cooperatively, courteously and respectfully Demonstrate a commitment to team processes- Compliance with Policies Procedures, Continuous Improvement A positive disposition with a flexible ability to adapt to changes Greek speaking preferred, along with an understanding of the Greek culture 5. TO APPLY Please submit your resume and cover letter by email to the œDirector of Nursing at Your application should outline your qualifications and demonstrate how your experience and skills match the job requirements

Melbourne VIC 3022, Australia

Administrative/Executive Assistant with coaching or training experience –...

Join our Enterprise Support Services (ESS) team and you will provide comprehensive, quality administrative and support services for all of our EY member firms. Our ESS professionals span a wide range of vital roles, from administrative support to facilities management, creative design, tax return processing, file management and emergency preparedness. With so many offerings, you have the opportunity to develop your career through a broad scope of engagements, mentoring and formal learning. That™s how we develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders, and in so doing, play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities. Sound interesting? Well this is just the beginning. Because whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. About the opportunity Job summary Administrative Services is a support offering from the Business Support Centre (BSC) within Enterprise Support Services. The objective of this role is to provide administrative and secretarial services to senior executives within Oceania, primarily Senior Managers and Associate Directors. Team members in Administrative Services play a pivotal role in delivering technical training and coaching support in regard to BSC processes for new team members and EA trainees. The Administrative Services Executive Assistant would be required to work in a team environment providing high quality, consistent and efficient administrative support in line with a set scope of services. These services will be delivered in a proactive and collaborative manner, across multiple geographies and service lines in a local and virtual environment. Essential functions of the job The primary role and responsibility of this position will be to work in a team environment and deliver ESS admin services including, but not limited to Technical coaching Delivering of technical training and coaching support in regard to BSC processes for lesser experienced, new team members and EA trainees. Travel management Adhering to firm-wide policy and tools, arrange travel bookings seeking the required approvals prior to booking Prepare travel itineraries for each trip where required Track and record all travel costs as needed or requested Prepare travel quotes Expense preparation and management Prepare expense claims for Senior ManagersAssociate Directors and ManagersAssistant Directors using gTE, adhering to the firm™s policy FP312 Reimbursable Expenses and meeting Accounts Payable submission deadlines Meeting management Working closely with relevant parties to schedule and organise external and internal meetings as per the threshold guidelines, including any required logistics (e.g. equipment, audiovideo and equipment requirements) including conference calls AddEdit calendar items as requested Arranging all meeting logistics Event management Coordinate events for clients as required, following the firm™s guidelines around event management Organise venue quotes and venue reviews and negotiations (within thresholds) Organise catering AV Invitation and registration management Agenda management Speakerfacilitator research organisation Organise group travel and accommodation Event management coordination Liaise and negotiate with venues and or in house facilities Client relationship management and support Undertake clientindustry research as required Input and edit CRMInterAction entries as required by the client Update pipeline information andor generate pipeline reports as required by the client General support Collating and bulk printing Faxing and scanning support Awareness and ability to accurately apply EY™s Procedures, Policies and Practices (refer to the Asia Pacific Policies Practices Repository found on the EY Home Page) Prepare payment requisitions as required, seeking the required approvals for payment. Take an active interest in own personal performance development, including initiating regular meetings with counsellor to discuss goals and work in general Ad hoc support on team projects as required Liaise and work with EAs in the team, other ESS team members and the broader EY network The position holder will perform other responsibilities and tasks as required to achieve the agreed performance outcomes. Knowledge and skills requirements The role requires someone who can manage a number of concurrent activities, with strong multi-tasking, prioritization, organisational and time management skills. Administration and organisation Enjoys problem solving Able to prioritise effectively Well- developed problem solving skills Comfortable using database systems Interpersonal skills Excellent written and spoken English skills Proven customer service focus A strong team player who is comfortable working collaboratively with others Must be able to work virtually, and independently Able to be diplomatic when dealing with clients Flexibility Respond well to deadlines and work outside of normal hours when required Comfortable working on a number of activities concurrently Able to work in a rapidly changing environment and prioritize accordingly Key attributes Experience in the delivery of technical training and coaching Professional and diplomatic communicator Quality focused and takes pride in paying attention to detail Self-starter, who can manage with minimal direction Able to interact with senior management Extremely organised and enjoys administration Able to work in a team arrangement Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel PowerPoint) and fair knowledge of MS Outlook and Lync Job requirements Experience Minimum 4 to 5 years of work experience At least 3 years of experience working in a team environment handling secretarial services is preferred Experience in delivery of technical training and coaching About us EY is a global professional services organisation providing advisory, assurance, tax and transaction services. We are committed to doing our part in building a better working world, to help create wider economic and social benefits today, and a strong legacy for a better tomorrow. Apply now Across every part of EY, we dig deeper in pursuit of better working. Does better begin with you? Click apply online to find out. The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ernst Young or by their external third party provider. © 2018 Ernst Young Australia. All Rights Reserved.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Team Assistant

About us As a result of continuing growth across our Australian business, Amrop Carmichael Fisher is seeking a Team Assistant to join the team in our Sydney office. Amrop Carmichael Fisher is a retained executive search firm focussing on senior appointments across several industries and functions. This role provides the opportunity to work with a dynamic team, in a growing business providing short and long term career and professional growth opportunities. The role Reporting to the General Manager, you will be responsible for supporting three Partners on all administrative duties such as, but not limited to Diary management and coordination Interacting with clients, both in person and on the phone Preparingformatting all necessary documents Arranging travel Data entry and CRM management Answering the phones And much more You Bring your experience in administration or similar corporate exposure in order to assist this team in achieving its business and professional objectives. A tertiary qualification will be highly regarded. Exceptional communication and presentation skills, combined with a strong capability in MS Office are essential for success. Potential Growth As the office continues to grow, the successful individual will have the opportunity to develop themselves and the role to include broader responsibilities such as operations or research. We will also consider reduced hours for the right individual.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Front Desk Adminstrator

About the business We are currently seeking an experienced and caring ReceptionistAdministrative Assistant to join our team. Our psychology private practice in Cumberland Park is growing and this is a brand new role as we have been using virtual reception services. About the role Tasks include management of our online diary and taking client bookings. The successful applicant will also support the directors with various administrative and marketing tasks including social media, upkeep of our website and general office support. This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced and warm individual looking for a new role in a friendly and supportive work environment. You will initially be employed as a casual with the view to move to permanent part-time. We are offering a competitive hourly rate and a great working environment where your skills and initiative will be valued. Benefits and perks Our offices have been styled by an interior designer and an occupational therapist is assessing the front desk setup to ensure you are comfortable at work. There is plenty of car parking and we have great snacks and a coffee machine Skills and experience We are looking for someone to grow with us. Previous medicalpsychology administrativefront desk experience essential. Ability to develop the right systems and procedures for this new role. Articulate and friendly customer service with a sound understanding of the importance of client confidentiality. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal) with the ability to maintain a calm, sensitive, pleasant and respectful manner with a diverse range of people. Ability to take initiative and work independently as well as being an excellent team player. High level of organisational and administrative skills.

Adelaide SA 5041, Australia

HR Business Support Officer

Morwell, Victoria Permanent full time TRP 73,458 per annum including super and salary packaging Latrobe Community Health Service is a not-for-profit provider of a range of health and wellbeing services across Victoria. We are a growing organisation committed to excellent customer service and to being an active and positive participant in the life of the communities we serve. Our dedicated workforce is the key to our success and we aim to provide our employees a role in an organisation that is a truly great place to work. Are you excited by databases and configuration? Do you enjoy the challenge of making something work? Can you process data with an eye for content? This could be the role for you. This role will be responsible for the day to day support functions of HR systems, databases and document management processes. You will love database management and records, and being kept busy working in a great team, helping out in HR when needed. Applications from Aboriginal people, people who identify as LGBTI, people from a culturally diverse background and people with a lived experience of disability are encouraged. We are an equal opportunity employer. Applicants must address the selection criteria within the position description to be considered for the role. For more information please contact Anne Coxall, Senior Manager People, Learning and Culture on 5136 5304. Applications will close 11pm, Sunday 1 July 2018.

Hazelwood VIC 3840, Australia

Contracts Administrator

About the company BMD is a privately owned national construction company operating a fully integrated civil infrastructure group with over 38 years™ experience. Join the largest urban development contractor in Australia to deliver minor infrastructure upgrades, residential and commercial land development. The BMD Group of companies has a team of 1,700 people and operates a flat management structure which results in quick and effective decision making and close interaction with senior leadership. At BMD, our business is our people. We pride ourselves on our family culture which sees our people build long-term careers with us. We are committed to hiring and developing the industry™s best. Join our family where you are valued, supported and empowered to contribute, and where high performance and innovation is encouraged About the role Be part of a high performing team and work alongside the industry™s top performers to contribute to various projects throughout Adelaide. Long-term employment opportunity with s strong pipeline of project in the region. As an experienced Contracts Administrator, you will support the Project Manager with the oversight and input into commercial aspects of projects to ensure its successful completion. You will have a strong commercial background with experience in managing commercial issues on projects. Your responsibilities will include all aspects of commercial practices including compliance, contract administration, claims, reporting and financial processes. To be successful in this role, you will need Tertiary qualification in an appropriate engineering, quantity surveying, engineering finance, accounting, legal or business discipline is preferable. A commitment to the civil construction industry with experience working on urban projects. Experience in the reporting, reviewing, and analysing of project financial performance will be highly regarded. Leadership qualities to support estimating and project teams. What we offer A workplace that believes Zero Harm is achievable and continuously strives to reach this goal. The career progression and professional development opportunities of a large tier one company, with the flat management structure and relationship based approach of a small family owned business. Discounted corporate health insurance and access to a dedicated employee assistance program. Opportunity to take a more active role in achieving overall wellness through BMD™s Good Health and Wellbeing program. BMD recognises the importance of diversity and embraces differences as an equal opportunity employer providing a flexible and inclusive workplace that rewards high performance and promotes a healthy work-life balance. Access to subsidised holiday accommodation on the Gold Coast, Queensland. To find out more about BMD or to explore other opportunities visit Due to the high volume of applications and enquiries, we are only able to respond to shortlisted candidates. No agency submissions will be accepted.

Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Customer Support Officer

Actura. Empower Youth for Future Success. A unique position has opened at Actura, Australia™s most innovative STEM education leader. From expeditions to NASA in America, to classroom robotics Actura works with over 200 schools internationally with offices in Australia, New Zealand, USA, and across Asia. This role offers the opportunity to work with a supportive, high-energy company that continues to be one of the fastest growing companies in Australia. Working with elite schools from around the country, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are inspiring the next generations of leaders. You, are a dedicated and responsible team player, motivated by the same passion for creativity and education as your potential co-workers. It is essential that you have the following skills as the job requires - sales support and coordination, responding to customer inquiries, managing business correspondences, working with spreadsheets, maintaining databases etc. Essential Skills Proven advanced skills in MS WordExcelOutlook Excellent written and verbal communication skills Enthusiastic and friendly with a pleasant phone manner Strong administration skills Great organizational skills Strong computer skills Strong attention to detail Exposure to back-end systems a plus A high level of initiative and reliability with the ability to work without supervision Desirable Marketing andor events experience Onlinesocial media experience Desktop publishing skills Ability to work after hours if required Reside reasonably local to Gordon Reporting to the Customer Support Team Leader you will be a self-starter with an excellent track record in organizing a busy office. This is a role for someone who is ambitious to grow with the organization and take on additional responsibility with a can-do attitude. If you are a fast learner with an eye for detail this role is for you. Click ˜APPLY™ or Contact for more information Jodie Spano - All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We advise that only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Visit to learn more about our company.

Sydney NSW 2072, Australia

Customer Relationship Officer (Aged Care)

About Homestyle Aged Care Homestyle Aged Care Services has been in operation for 28 years. With ten high quality homes in Victoria we pride ourselves on providing the best care possible to all residents. At Homestyle, we value leadership, professionalism and accountability as well as a commitment to providing the best care for our residents. About the Role Homestyle Aged Care are seeking a Customer Relationship Officer on a full-time basis located in Grovedale at Belmont Grange a 131 bed residential Home. This is a fast paced and dynamic role that will utilise your exceptional relationship and customer service skills. You will be responsible for building long term and enduring relationships with local referrers, being the first point of contact regarding aged care admissions and vacancies, conducting tours of the home to potential new residents and their families, providing management with occupancy reports and developing and implementing a local marketing plan. This role will involve soft sales and KPI targets so it is essential that you have demonstrated experience in working to budgets and targets. This is a unique role where you will provide key customer service and relationship management with a focus on optimising occupancy at all times you will also be involved in administration duties as required. The Customer Relationship Officer will need to demonstrate excellent organisational skills and have worked in a similar role to be successful. Skills and Requirements Previous customer relationship service (experience in an aged care setting is desirable) Strong attention to detail Demonstrated sales experience including working to budgets and targets Intermediate computer skills (MS Word and Excel) Experience and demonstrated ability to work and achieve goals in a fast paced environment. Well developed communication skills, both written and verbal Strong time management skills Ideally you will have knowledge of aged care financial related legislation and have experience liasing with prospective residents representatives. Experience working in a culturally diverse environment Culture and Benefits Small and Close knit team environment Day time role for work-life balance Ability to work close to home ANZ at Work Program Free parking If you are interested in this role, simply upload your resume via SEEK now

Geelong VIC 3216, Australia

Executive Support Officer

Port Pirie Part-time FTE 0.8 12 Month Contract (Maternity Relief) Applications close 1st July 2018 Enquiries to Lisa Cox 8633 8615 Reporting directly to the Executive Manager, People Culture you will provide efficient support to the Strategic Leadership Team by providing a broad range of project, administrative and secretarial services. You will Be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite of programs and standard office equipment Have excellent written skills including the ability to create professional documents using correct punctuation and grammar Be able to organise, prioritise , multitask and work under pressure Communicate effectively with a diverse range of people Demonstrate initiative and problem solving skills Have accurate and efficient processing skills It is essential for you to have Current Australian Drivers Licence Relevant experience in an administration role or similar. A Certificate 4 in Business Administration (or similar) will be highly regarded. You may also need to be available for some out of hours work and travel between UCSA sites or interstate as required. The Benefits Competitive, above award rates Tax-free salary packaging benefits (up to 15900 per annum), 9.5 superannuation, 17.5 leave loading and access to a fleet vehicle Comprehensive induction and training Flexible, family friendly environment Uniting Country SA is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing a child safe environment. People who identify as Aboriginal Torres Strait Islanders or other diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. All offers of employment are subject to a satisfactory DCSI Child Related Employment Screening Further information about Uniting Country SA can be obtained from

Port Pirie South SA 5540, Australia

Administration Position

Administration Assistant Ajuria Lawyers is a specialist Immigration Law Firm based in the Sydney CBD. We provide industry leading standards of advice and assistance to global and local organisations across a wide range of industries including Banking and Finance, ITT, Entertainment Industry, Fashion, Mining and many others. We are recognised as one of the most professional and ethical organisations in our field of practice. We change lives every day. Due to continuing growth we have a number of positions for full time experienced administrators to support our team of professionals. The successful applicants must have Excellent written and oral English Excellent attention to detail Excellent organisational skills Microsoft Office skills to a highly proficient level Experience with general typing, data entry We offer a dynamic team based work place and are committed to maintaining a diverse culture that appreciates and rewards individual performance. A competitive salary package will be negotiated commensurate with skills and experience. In the first instance please email your letter of application and resume to Due to the number of applications we regret that we are unable to attend to phone enquiries and only successful candidates will be contacted.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Administration Officer

Administration Officer The Instruction Company is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), based in Junee NSW, delivering Rail Operations, Infrastructure Training Assessment Services the length breadth of Australia. We are recognised within the Rail Industry as being a leader in our field with quality products excellent service delivery. We are searching for a vibrant Admin Officer who will work with provide administrative support to the Rail Training Manager, becoming an integral member of our close knit team. You will have a minimum of 3 years previous experience in a fast paced office environment the ability to multi task as you the Rail Training Manager work together managing client changes to be able to demonstrate your time management nouse a capacity to work autonomously the desire to own value your input into a project using Microsoft products the confidence in the knowledge your attention to detail will ensure your data input is accurate a passion drive to be the best you can a willingness to acquire a knowledge based skillset that will be a genuine long term asset Demonstrated experience working in a fast paced office environment - the ability to multi task prioritise actions are the 3 primary benchmark for shortlisting applicants. Applicants should note that a daily routine of data input will comprise about 30 of your working week the remainder assisting the Rail Training Manager in the day to day function of a very busy RTO. On most occasions, you will also be the first point of contact for our customers thus excellent telephonic communication skills coupled with an empathetic nature are essential assets. Whilst you will receive one on one training in both RTO compliance Rail specific requirements, previous experience in the Rail sector will be viewed favourably. You will want to be recognised appreciated for your hard work plus be suitably rewarded for adding value in a timely efficient manner. If you would like to be part of our team then forward your covering letter together with your resume by clicking on the œApply for this job tab. Applications for this position close 5.00 pm “ Friday 30 June 2018

Wantiool NSW 2663, Australia

Order Entry Specialist

RYCO Hydraulics is an Australian owned company that manufactures quality hydraulic hose, couplings and adaptors. The Company, founded in 1946, is now a global operation within Australia, New Zealand, USA, China, Malaysia and South Africa. We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced data entry professional to join our company for an immediate start. We are flexible in offering the right candidate the option of casual or fixed term agreement, with future potential for permanent employment. Roles and Responsibilities include Data entry and processing of dockets, orders and invoicing in an accurate and timely manner Provide branch administration support where necessary Liaise with internal customers to ensure all inquiries are resolved in an accurate and timely manner Liaise with credit department to ensure orders on credit hold are checked before release Process pricing credits in an accurate and timely manner You will have 2-4 years experience in administrationdata entry Experience working with ERP systems Medium to high technical aptitude Excellent attention to detail Good knowledge of MS Office Suite Excellent organisational skills Knowledge of the hydraulic hose and fitting industry is preferred and would be a distinct advantage Express your interest by clicking the Apply Now button. Please note that agency applications will not be accepted.

Footscray Station, Hopkins St, Footscray VIC 3011, Australia


About the business Professional AccountantsTax AgentsBusiness Advisory About the role Be the first point of contact for our busy Accounting Practice. Ensure the efficient operation of the front reception area and manage additional administration duties. Skills and experience Possess an eye for detail Possess PC literacy, including Microsoft Office Suite Possess excellent written and verbal skills Be able to work independently and also be able to work in a team Strong demonstrated experience working in a Customer Service role Professional telephone manner - listening, questioning, empathy, clear client outcome and professionalism Demonstrated attention to detail and grammar

Turill NSW 2850, Australia