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  • Trainee Insurance Broker - Graduate level

    Trainee Insurance Broker - Graduate level The Opportunity Due to staff promotions we are pleased to invite graduates and or candidates with a keen interest in building a career within a leading Global Financial Services company, to apply for multiple broker support roles we are now hiring for. As a Service Specialist, you will be assisting, and training with, a group of Insurance brokers within our Sydney commercial client groups. Key responsibilities will include Providing day to day administration support to a team of client executives and managers (Brokers) Being part of servicing clients, and eventually speaking with, and meeting face to face, clients to support them with general queries Preparing insurance policy documentations and taking ownership of certain client database tasks Your other main daily tasks will include invoicing, calculating rates we provide, drafting emails etc. About you Someone with a can do attitude and a willingness to ˜get the job done™ with full direction and support from the team Great attention to detail with ability to prioritise whilst managing multiple tasks Ability to meet strict deadlines within a supportive and team focussed environment It would be advantageous if someone has Insurance experience however, with the right attitude we are able to train people with some comparable service administration experiences About us With close to 1600 employees, we are the largest organisation of our kind in Australia. Globally, we have an employee base of 50,000 people working across 120 countries. This allows us to gather the best thinking from around the world and deliver solutions locally. We provide colleagues with the support to make an impact, a team that will inspire you to achieve, and on-going opportunities for development. Aon is an equal opportunity employer and we invite you to be part of an organisation that has a diverse workplace, values continuous learning and supports many charities and environmental initiatives.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Consultant Client Service

    Consultant Client Service Do you want to make a real difference in people™s lives? Are you enthusiastic, versatile and innovative? Are you ready to work in a fast paced, thriving environment? Are you an excellent communicator? Are you switched-on and always ready to grasp the initiative? Are you looking for a change? Does this sound like you? If you are experienced in working with clients with a disability or looking for an opportunity to start your career with the support of an incredible organisation then apply now Our therapy services are based around a client and family-centred philosophy, in which all team members collaborate to work towards the goals identified by our clients and their families. The successful candidate will possess strong professional and ethical values that align with this philosophy. This is an exciting career opportunity for a dynamic, proactive professional wanting to become an integral member of a close-knit multi-disciplinary team. Our team provides services to clients based in and around the North Sydney area. Your administrative proficiency will keep the team™s day-to-day operations running smoothly. We are ideally looking for someone who has experience with the program Sales Force, however, this is not a deal breaker As well as excelling in both verbal and written communications, you will be exceptional at building and maintaining relationships at all levels, and confident in assisting team members with issues such as problem-solving. The role is located at our Allambie Heights head office and is a full time permanent position. The therapy team comprises of occupational therapists, speech pathologists and physiotherapists. Our therapy services are based around a client and family-centred philosophy, in which all team members, including our administrators, collaborate to work towards achieving the goals identified by clients and their families. The successful candidate will possess strong professional and ethical values that align with this philosophy. Who are we? At Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) we pride ourselves on our high-quality family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Our priority is to support people living with cerebral palsy to lead an independent and inclusive life. Our employees continually rate us as one of the best employers in Australia. They recognise and appreciate that our organisation is driven by its values “ integrity, passion, excellence, courage and respect. What do we offer? a competitive salary and benefits package (including salary packaging options) every opportunity to apply your experience and expertise to benefit your team the chance to continuously develop your skills every opportunity to progress your career every opportunity to contribute your ideas for improving quality and service delivery, and to get involved in decision-making interesting, varied and rewarding work. What will you bring to the role? intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and ideally Sales Force) ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines a flexible and collaborative approach to work a good understanding of the rights of people with a disability a strong focus on client relationships and rapport building the ability to work independently and as part of a team current driver™s licence Working with Children Check, or willingness to obtain prior to joining How to apply As part of the application process, you will need to respond to the full selection criteria and upload your resume. Apply now to complete your application. Note this role is a level 8 within the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Corporate Support role family. Enquiries Candice ROBERTSON Ph 99758416 Applications Close 14102019 Candice ROBERTSON 99758416

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Hire Controller

    Hire Controller Coates Hire is Australias largest equipment hire company with over 130 years of experience in industry, supplying to a wide variety of markets including Engineering and Building Construction Maintenance, Mining Resources, Manufacturing, Government, and Events. A Hire Controller is a pivotal customer facing and sales focused role within our branch network. The role is responsible for identifying the full needs of our customers, achieving sales by applying solution based selling techniques and providing exceptional customer service via the phone or face to face. Working with the branch team, this role coordinates the timely and safe delivery andor pick-up of equipment to and from customer sites, is responsible for a variety of administrative work and adherence to our crucial Zero Harm safety culture. Key Duties Responsibilities Ownership of health safety for all employees, contractors customers Participate in daily pre-start meetings Telephone and counter sales and creating hire agreements Coordination of equipment deliveries, transfers, pick-ups, repairs, changeovers and breakdowns. Source equipment to meet customer needs Complete administrative duties such as invoicing and raising purchase orders Collaborate with the branch team to manage our assets Assist with small deliveries and equipment run ups as necessary Coordinate the rosters for internal and external drivers to meet time frames Your Skills Expertise Bring your problem solving skills, attention to detail and adaptablity to this fast paced and busy role. A strong work ethic and that œwillingness to go the extra mile will be essential for success. Although not essential, previous experience in hire of plant and equipment, andor allocation of transport deliveries, construction, and metal or hardware industries would help you settle more quickly, however you will still need to invest time to build on your personal knowledge and skills within our industry. This role is not without its challenges Our customers can be demanding, time may work against you, compliance requirements are high, accurate documentation is essential and the hours can be relatively long. If you think you can handle the pace and enjoy customer service challenges that can be very rewarding, we welcome your application.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Online Customer Service Officer (Maternity Relief Contract)

    Online Customer Service Officer (Maternity Relief Contract) dusk has over 108 stores throughout Australia with plans to grow the company further, including internationally. This position will be based in our dusk Head Office in Alexandria (Sydney) and will be placed on a Maternity Relief contract for a 12 month period. The key responsibilities of this exciting role include answer customer phone calls and respond to customer emails in a professional and timely manner monitor customer online orders and proactively manage any issues that may arise process refunds and returns with a high attention to detail build a thorough knowledge understanding of dusk products and how they work ensure a high level of customer service is upheld at all times and ability to help dissatisfied customers in a calm and professional manner to best resolve their problem. To be successful, you will have excellent verbal and written communication skills have strong PC skills including Excel, Outlook and Word have good organisational and time management skills have the ability to work well under pressure Be a team player and Have a strong customer focus. Previous retail work experience in a Customer Service role would be advantageous. You will enjoy working as part of the dusk Customer Support Team, but also be able to work effectively without supervision. Having a œcan-do attitude is a must for this role, alongside having a bubbly personality, positive outlook and the desire to make the impossible, possible You will also be highly organised, efficient and enjoy making your Customer™s day as œIt™s about the Customer, always at dusk. Ideally, you will be available to start in early November. If you believe you have the skills and drive for this role and desire to be part our growing dusk Team, please forward your Cover Letter and Resume by email to {email address) Only people who are already able to legally work in Australia should apply for this role. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Administrator

    Sales Administrator Mascot location “ close to public transport Company experiencing a period of exciting growth Close knit, highly motivated and supportive team Jands Pty Ltd is one of Australia™s leading manufacturers and distributors of professional audio, lighting and staging products. Customer support is a key focus for Jands who is proud to provide best in class industry support for our clients and end users of our products and services. Due to sustained growth, we are looking for a Sales Administrator with administration experience to join our Customer Support Team (CST) on a permanent basis. The Sales Administrator shall, through the processing of customer orders, providing order updates, creating quotes, and the processing of data relating to our sales and marketing activities, ensure total customer satisfaction. Reporting to Customer Support Manager, the Sales Administrator shall Coordinate the sales administration within the Jands Customer Support Team. Timely and accurately process purchase orders for international and domestic markets via Pronto. Generate and prepare quotes for the Customer Support and Sales teams. Check data accuracy in orders and invoices. Data entry for Sales and Marketing promotions. Compile, create and supply of data reporting as requested. Liaise with various internal departments to coordinate procurement of stock and timely delivery schedules. Complete any necessary administrative work in support of the CST team. The successful applicant will possess A keen eye for detail Sound administrative and intermediate computer skills Familiarity with Pronto Enterprise Management System (desirable). Previous experience working with CRM systems, Salesforce (desirable) Excellent communication organisation, and problem-solving skills Typing speed of 50 wpm or greater Experience within the professional audio and lighting industry (desirable) This is an excellent opportunity for anyone with a passion for professional audio, lighting or staging to progress their career within this exclusive industry. If you have an unyielding desire to deliver total customer satisfaction, please click ˜Apply Now™. Email Please click the Apply Now button below. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a sales administrator? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • RELOCATION COORDINATOR - 3 month Contract - Would suit Graduate

    RELOCATION COORDINATOR - 3 month Contract - Would suit Graduate Relocation Coordinator The Company For over 70 years Kent Relocation Group has proudly provided relocation services to private and corporate markets across Australia and abroad, the Kent vision is to give people the freedom to move. As a leading global provider of relocation solutions Kent Relocation Group has a national branch network of 13 locations and a global network of 600 agents. Kent is the largest privately-owned removals and relocation services provider within Australia, managing over 35,000 relocations per annum. Our unique Australian history, commitment to investment and focus on continuous innovation makes Kent an exciting and progressive environment to work. The result is our enviable reputation for delivering success to our clients worldwide “ we Go the Extra Mile. The Position Kent Relocation Services offers integrated removals, relocation and storage solutions and unrivalled customer service to government and corporate clients. We are currently seeking Relocation Coordinators to join our team in Yennora, Sydney for a 3 month contract (with possibility to extend). Reporting to the GM Corporate Services you will responsible for driving client outcomes whilst supporting Assignees and positively interacting with Suppliers. Key Tasks Responsibilities Provide outstanding customer service as indicated by regular Customer Satisfaction Reporting Arrange relocations for Kent Assignees Ensure invoicing accuracy Develop professional effective relationships with Clients Assignees Comply with designated Relocation Process Maintain accurate records of relocations Solve client, supplier and assignee service issues Any other tasks as requested by management from time to time The Suitable Candidate Desire and willingness to achieve Strong relationship building skills with the ability to influence stakeholders at all levels Strong organisational and time management approach Ability to multi-task and prioritise workloads Basic problem-solving ability Intermediate IT skills Self-motivated and able to work autonomously Excellent attention to detail Industry experience preferable Previous Customer ServiceAdministration training would be desirable Passionate, enthusiastic, positive and professional approach to business Our Offer to You This is a great opportunity to join our award-winning organisation where you will be supported, developed and rewarded with a generous and competitive salary package and bonuses that you deserve. There may be the opportunity to extend the contract. If this role sounds like a good fit and you would like to apply in confidence, please submit your CV and covering letter by clicking the Apply Now button. Excellence. Integrity. Care KentRelocationGroup.com The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Do you have experience in a sales role? How would you rate your English language skills?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Novated Leasing Customer Service Officer- 12 month full time contract

    Novated Leasing Customer Service Officer- 12 month full time contract We™re seeking a self-motivated Customer Service Officer to join the Novated Leasing team based at our head office in Macquarie Park. This exciting opportunity is available as a full time fixed term contract, initially for 12 months. Reporting to the Lease Services Manager, you will be responsible for the ongoing management of a novated lease and to support our sales team with all customer enquiries relating to an active lease. You will need to ensure all KPIs are maintained whilst achieving the highest level of customer service and client satisfaction. Other key components of the role include Processing reimbursements for the various expenses relating to a novated lease Contract renovation and providing lease options to drivers Managing early terminations and refunds Management of salary packaging and tied to payroll clients Daily communication with drivers and their employers relating to the lease product Ensuring the daily processing of documentation is completed in a timely and accurate manner Managing efficiently and effectively telephone calls Assisting the Lease Services Manager as required with various tasks and project activities Providing and assisting with training on ORIX products, procedures and computer system usage About You Novated product knowledge highly desirable Excellent attention to detail Ability to build and maintain effective relationships with internal staff and external suppliers Strong communication skills “ written and verbal Strong planning and organisational skills “ ability to cope with pressure and tight deadlines prioritise and organise workloads Experience in dealing with customer resolution Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft office (word, Excel and PowerPoint) About The Workplace ORIX Australia offers a competitive salary package and eligibility for an annual bonus together with a great working environment, flexible working arrangements, as well as being close to transport (100m from Macquarie Park station), cafes and shopping. Our onsite facilities include a free gym with personal trainer, plus lunch time meditation classes in our recreation area, where you can also make use of our table tennis tables and pool table. Other benefits of working at ORIX include paid parental leave, paid charity leave, staff discounts, and the opportunity to package a Novated Lease vehicle. About ORIX ORIX Australia is part of a successful global multinational and provides high value added vehicle fleet services and solutions to businesses and individuals. At ORIX we thrive on supporting your future by providing opportunity, challenge and direction backed by training and development. ORIX Group (Japan Global Head Office) has operations in 40 countries worldwide, and is involved with activities including leasing, corporate finance, real estate-related finance and development, life insurance, and investment and retail banking. Visit ORIX at orix.com.au orix.co.jp To find out about other current career opportunities with ORIX Australia please visit careers.orix.com.au If you meet the above criteria, please apply now. You must have the right to live and work full time in Australia to apply for this position. ORIX is an equal opportunity employer. At ORIX we believe in our peoples™ expertise to continually strive to deliver quality solutions that create value. We are committed to providing a diverse, equal, and inclusive workplace that empowers and supports our people to be their best.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Office Administration/Sales Support

    SEI CARBIDE AUSTRALIA SEI is a leading multi-national company importing and distributing cutting tools to the carbide industry. We are seeking an enthusiastic, reliable and well presented individual to join our team on a full time basis. Location Penrith, NSW Key responsibilities of this role include Internal sales support Data entry General office duties Warehouse support A good knowledge of computers and ERP systems To be successful in the position you will need to demonstrate good communication skills the ability to learn quickly, a professional telephone manner the ability to work in a small team environment good experience in computer based applications the ability to support the storeman with shipments If you are interested in working with an energetic and highly motivated team please send your resume to jeffseiaustralia.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have customer service experience? How would you rate your English language skills? Do you have order processing experience?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Field Service Coordinator

    Komatsu is a world leader in the technology behind state of the art earthmoving, mining, construction and utility equipment. Komatsus vision is to be indispensable to our customers by having the most professional, skilled and engaged people who drive innovation. With over 3,000 employees across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and New Caledonia, progressing our business forward is a key element of our success. At Komatsu we consider ourselves family where we meet challenges together, solve complicated problems together, strive for a better future together and most importantly enjoy ourselves whilst developing great friendships. Your Success is Our Success. Field Service Coordinator The Opportunity The Field Service Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating, managing and scheduling field service activities including coordination of technicians, parts and contractors. This role is required to ensure all service department activities are in accordance with company standards, policies and procedures. Working closely with the Field Service Supervisor, this role will be responsible for ensuring invoicing is accurate and communication with customers are transparent and in a timely manner. Key Responsibilities Ensure all service department activities meet Golden Rules HSE standards Provide the Field Service Supervisor and wider team with coordination of work in progress jobs Provide professional service to our customers Actively recognising gaps in training and advise team to act accordingly Maintain communication with customers to advise job progress The knowledge, skills and abilities we™re looking for Trademechanical background with field or workshop experience Experience using Microsoft Office, Microsoft Dynamics, OneView and SAP is preferred Knowledge of RM care Heavy duty trade certificate is desirable Demonstrated knowledge of Komatsu machinery An ability to understand machine manuals and successful relay information to other team members Komatsu offers a zero-harm culture in the work place, competitive remuneration package, and to drive success we employ people with different skills, abilities, cultural backgrounds, experiences, preferences, ethnicities and from different generations. Join the Komatsu family and youll become a part of a dynamic, supportive and inclusive work environment, with opportunities for career progression on a global scale, training and personal growth. 1300 566 287 komatsu.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • General Administration and Customer Service Assistant

    About the business About Us Established in 1995, we are a dessert savoury manufacturer and wholesaler, baking, finishing and supplying our diverse range of products to cafes, patisseries, clubs and restaurants around Greater Sydney, ACT and the Hunter Illawarra regions. We are looking for an enthusiastic and friendly General Admin Assistant at our Head Office focusing on Customer Service and general office duties that are critical to running daily operations and in supporting our sales, management and factory team. About the role The Role The successful applicant will be responsible for completing general office tasks, mainly offering excellent over the phone customer service and efficiently completing general administration duties. You will be completing the daily duties with another Admin team member This role is suitable for a friendly and positive person who can work individually and follow defined systems across a variety of tasks. Tasks required but will not be limited to Excellent over the phone customer service. Accurate processing of daily orders received via phone, email and text. Using company database program for all daily processing and data entry tasks. Making call reminders to our daily client call list by phone or text. Providing support general customer service to new and existing customers by answering enquiries resolving problems as necessary. Following up prospectsclients for orders or feedback. Maintaining and updating our customer database. Processing factory inventory and related data. Monitoring order deliveries and dispatch. Monitoring, following up and processing customer accounts receivable, contacting customers as required. Supporting Sales Marketing Dispatch activities when required. Liaising with management and Direct Manager. General administration duties and office maintenance. Benefits and perks This position is an ongoing casual role on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Fridays between 930am-530pm (approximately). Full training is provided and on-sitestreet parking is available. Skills and experience Required Skills, Experience Attributes Previous experience in similar role preferably within the manufacturing or hospitality industry. Excellent and friendly communication a high level of customer service skills. Ability to prioritise with strong time management problem solving skills. Highly organised with attention to detail. Have a sound knowledge of SydneyNSW geographical areas. Must be Computer savvy and be confident using technology. A quick learner with a good work ethic. Have a mature, confident, self motivated and pro-active nature. Be comfortable with dealing and solving customer complaints or issues on a regular basis. Flexible and open minded, being adaptable to change. Able to work individually and as part of a team. Work toward solutions and aim for a winwin outcome. Interest and ability in learning new systems. Flexibility to cover other shifts if required. Passion for dessert and food. If you think this is the role for you, we would love to hear from you. Click on the Apply button to send us your Resume and a Cover letter introducing yourself, your skills and your current situation. Please note that due to the high influx of resumes, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? How would you rate your English language skills? Do you own or have regular access to a car?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Pricing Coordinator

    Pricing Coordinator About us The Winning Group is a multi-award winning, fourth generation Australian family owned business based in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney. As an employer you might not have heard of us, but we bet you™ll know some of our business entities including Winning Appliances, Appliances Online, Winning Services and Home Clearance. We™re known for saying Yes in a No world, and we™re on a mission to œprovide the best shopping experience in the world. The only way we can achieve this is through our great people and awesome culture Our Winning Appliances business has cultivated a progressive reputation within the world of retail over our 113 years. The Pricing Coordinator sits in our Winning Appliances Commercial division, which is our fastest growing division across the whole group They provide kitchen, bathroom and laundry solutions to all sectors of the building and kitchen cabinet industry. This team has a wide range of partnerships across Australia, with teams in NSW, ACT, WA and QLD and a centralised Administration function at our fabulous head office in Sydney. About the role Are you an energetic, motivated and customer service orientated person interested in applying your admin skills to a new environment? Or maybe you just have natural attention to detail, are good with computers and want to apply these to a new career? We are looking for an adaptable and enthusiastic individual to bring energy, personality and customer service skills to our centralised pricing team in Sydney Your primary focus will be to support our friendly sales team with pricing and technical information, and liaising with our existing customers regarding current commercial orders. If you love being part of a high performing team, and you like staying busy day to day, then keep reading What your day-to-day will look like Prepare quotation booklets, including product specifications and pricing information for commercial customers, while keeping you product knowledge consistently up to date Support the commercial sales teams with pricing and technical information, and preparing tenders Ensure that business margin targets are met and maintained in all pricing information provided to customers Liaise with manufacturers regarding pricing and product information A bit about you Perfect attention to detail and some administration skills You™re a natural communicator - we don™t run a formal environment but if you like speaking to people that™s what we like Strong computer skills in Microsoft Word and Excel and A true team player with good organisation skills And what makes us awesome? Were agile, dynamic and aim to push boundaries - on top of our century long history, we are leading the way for innovation in the Australian retail industry Were a bus ride from Central Station Product discounts We are committed to providing a fun and happy workplace culture We have table tennis, a pool table, darts board and Xbox consoles We have an outdoor deck with a Barbie - great for breakfast One day per year which you can dedicate to the charity of your choice Monthly team events, prizes and entertainment for our people We also all pitch in with our local charity - Birds of passage You will really be part of a family - we are a family-owned and family-run business The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Customer Service Representative

    About the business and the role Yara´s knowledge, products and solutions grow farmers, distributors and industrial customers businesses profitably and responsibly, while protecting the earths resources, food and environment. Our fertilizers, crop nutrition programs and technologies increase yields, improve product quality and reduce the environmental impact of agricultural practices. Our industrial and environmental solutions improve air quality by reducing emissions from industry and transportation, and serve as key ingredients in the production of a wide range of goods. We foster a culture that promotes the safety of our employees, contractors and societies. Founded in 1905 to solve emerging famine in Europe, today, Yara has a worldwide presence, with more than 12,000 employees and sales to more than 160 countries. Job tasks and responsibilities An opportunity exists for an experienced Customer Service Representative. The successful candidate will report directly to the Customer Service Team Lead and will look receive and process orders from customers. This includes ensuring orders are processed in system, communication with partners, coordination with transport as required and interaction with critical stakeholders like the Sales Agronomists, Warehouses and external customers. Responsibilities As part of the Customer Service function under Supply Chain, your primary responsibilities will be Provide high level customer service to our customers and coordinate collection or delivery of our fertiliser and other products to our customers\users. Carry our daily tasks in line with the standardized processes and procedures following safety and quality policies. Responsible for the timely, efficient and accurate processing of all sales orders required or as applicable. This includes system processing from order all the way to invoicing. Communicate with critical stakeholders like Logistics, Demand Planning, Warehouse, Commercial and Sales Agronomists to ensure stock is available Address issues or concerns related to pricing, availability, credits, damages, pick-up and deliveries. Proficiency in the use of our internal systems and other tools and systems we are using (i.e. external warehouses systems) Skills and experience Minimum 2 years experience in a similar customer service position (ideal) Previous experience in similar supply chain environment is preferred Systems Proficiency and Microsoft Office Current unrestricted Australian Drivers Licence Additional Information Candidates must have unrestricted work rights in NSW to be eligible for this position. We reserve the right to close this advertisement before the closing date. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Installation Coordinator

    Installation Coordinator URGENT Installation Coordinator Domestic Air Conditioning (Based close to Sydney Airport, 20 minutes from the CBD). Our client is looking to hire a talented Domestic Air Conditioning Installation Coordinator who has experience across Administration, Accounts Receivables Payable. Our client has experienced a period of ongoing and sustainable growth and they are looking to hire a confident, enthusiastic and hard working professional to be a point of contactface of the business. The role Working alongside the Domestic Sales Manager to priorities workload and coordinating installation projects to ensure these are completed on time and within the allocated budget. Additionally assisting with general administration as and when required. You will be responsible for Must be enthusiastic with a willingness to learn High level of attention to detail Strong follow up skills Ability to follow set procedures and take direction when required Strong computer skills with Microsoft Office Word and Excel Coordinate and schedule jobs Order and allocate stock to jobs Raise and follow up Quotes as instructed Raise invoices for domestic sales and follow up payments Carry out stock take on units and maintain stock levels Maintain Database and send maintenance letters Experience with Simpro and MYOB an advantage, otherwise training will be made available Experience in account payablereceivables Entering supplier invoices and reconciling monthly statement. Providing an excellent level of service Enhancing the reputation and culture of the business What is required of you First and foremost, a passion for providing a high-quality customer service experience Excellent communication skills Confident and friendly telephone manner Outstanding work ethic Ability to work hard, be reliable and enhance the reputation of the company Energy and drive to make a positive influence within the office environment Excellent computer skills. Experience working with MicrosoftExcel and MYOB Previous experience with Simpro preferred (training can also be provided) Previous experience in the Air Conditioning industry is a big advantage Administration experience is essential Our client is offering An excellent career path within a growing Commercial Residential Air Conditioning company Continued training and development Competitive salary package and payment of over-time If you are genuinely interested in this exciting opportunity, please answer the questions and apply with your resume attached. I look forward to hearing from you. Candidates will be asked the following questions How many years of account payablereceivables experience do you have? How many years of Administration experience do you have? How many years of Installation Coordination experience do you have? How many years of invoicing experience do you have? How many years of Simpro andor MYOB experience do you have? Are you in Sydney NSW? Do you have excellent English language skills? The application form will include these questions Whats your expected annual base salary? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How would you rate your English language skills? Do you have previous invoicing experience?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administrator/Sales Support

    AdministratorSales Support At CoreStaff we pride ourselves on looking after our employees. We want to engage, reward and recognise you for doing a great job. Feel like part of the Crew, not just another candidate sent to an assignment and forgotten about. About Our Company We are currently seeking an experienced adminsales support officer for our key client. Our Client is an Australian-owned highly successful Medical Distribution company located walking distance from Green Square station. This role is working Monday to Friday 830am-5pm The successful candidate will need to Be highly organised and able to manage multiple parallel projects. Have a clear speaking voice Make outbound calls to tradespeople to gather information Have a good understanding of Excel Facilitate inbound customer and sales enquiries via phone, email etc. Maintain high customer satisfaction ratings that meet company standards. Assist in projects scoping, quotation, and facilitation. Support the Operations Team in delivering backend support. Support the salespeople, including Account Managers, and Business Development Sales Representatives, where appropriate. Work with the Operations Manager to assess operational processes and procedures, and propose ways to improve quality, productivity and organisational efficiency. Utilise the Customer Relationship Management and Accounting Software. Assist in supplier communications and management. Whats in it for you? Enthusiastic and friendly team environment Location close to public transport Opportunity to join a leader in the Medical Distribution sector Immediate start To become a part of the CoreStaff Crew today, please click the Apply Now link to submit your application or alternatively contact 8881 0901 to discuss further.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Office all rounder & Support

    Key responsibilities will include Working with external sales reps and retail customers Arranging appointments and travel Administration and general office duties Handling customer enquiries Working with builders and installers Working with our accounts department Dispatching sampling and product Ad hoc duties as required To be successful for this role you must have the following Previous experience in a similar role Strong experience with MS Word, Office and Excel Strong planning and organisational skills High level communication skills, both written and verbal A commitment to providing exceptional customer service Excellent telephone manner and personal presentation An ability to meet deadlines High attention to detail Be able to work autonomously This is an opportunity for a highly skilled office all-rounder who thrives on multi-tasking and getting the job done. If this seems like the role for you, please email mattjpmdirect.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Service Administration Coordinator

    JLG Industries is one of the worlds leading designers, manufacturers and marketers of Access Equipment. We are currently seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced candidates for the position of Service Administration Coordinator, based at our Head Office facility in Regents Park. Working with the best technicians in the industry and a supportive management team, the Service Administration Coordinator is responsible for providing high level administrative support to the NSW and PMQ Service Department teams whilst also assisting with sales administration and reception duties. Key responsibilities and duties Providing administrative support to the NSW and PMQ service departments Proving back up administrative support to the sales team as required Relief reception duties including answering and transferring calls, greeting visitors and overseeing the main gate Liaising with clients, service team members, technicians, suppliers and various other JLG departments Ordering of uniforms for service staff Document machine arrivals and departures Preparing service quotations Key skills, experience and qualifications required Proven experience in an administrative role associated with the preparation, sales, service and delivery of capital equipment Excellent written verbal communication skills Highly organised and structured, able to deal with multiple tasks and competing priorities Excellent attention to detail and results driven What™s on Offer Permanent position with an immediate start available Excellent working conditions + ongoing training and development Staff benefits including bonuses Outstanding opportunity with a market leader in EWP™s If you have the skills and desire to work for a quality employer, please forward a copy of your current CV to Human Resources aushrjlg.com The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration coordinator? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Administration

    6 months contract Located in Surry Hills and close to Central Train Station Australias most influential media organisation Help contribute to an innovative and client focused culture, working collaboratively within a larger team. Providing exceptional support to our front line sales teams and partnering with internal stakeholders to find solutions that exceed the customers expectations. Learn and develop from the best in the industry and join a team consistently recognised for sales excellence Whats the role? Supporting the Sales Team by providing an efficient and accurate transcription of details into the booking systems for Digital and Print Develop operational skills by managing a range of advertising campaigns from print to digital Work with a range of advertising products from print to digital Provide a professional and quality service for our customers while developing your operational skills, Contribute to team knowledge and continual process improvements Process credit card payments and resolve billing issues within PCI compliance Pathway to roles in Digital campaign Management or Sales Operations Who are you? Background in administrative sales, customer service, propertyreal estate management, retail, telemarketing or similar A solutions driven and collaborative team player Ability to adapt to new environments and changing systems Excellent communication skills High attention to detail Enjoys the challenge of a fast paced environment A multitasker who can manage and prioritise a range of high-volume sales related processes A drivers licence andor previous media experience is not essential Whats in it for you? Collaborative and inclusive environment Opportunity to innovate, challenge the norm and pioneer the way forward Develop your systems knowledge and gain valuable sales support experience Work with some of Australias most recognised and prestigious brands Have a clear career path to operational roles such as campaign management, or sales operations On site Gym Make a difference as part of Australias most influential media organisation Who are we? Innovation is at the heart of everything we do, with resilience, adaptability and a team focus making our sales team the best in the business. As the countrys largest print and digital publisher, with a combined audience of 17 million Australians, we deliver growth, improved reach and household name status to our clients across multiple platforms. Where do I sign? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.comcareers The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a sales administrator? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Office Administrator & Internal Sales

    Your new role will be based in their office in Sydneys Inner West you will be part of a team of 4 staff and regular contractors. As the Office Administrator you will be the only person in this position and working in a small, warm office environment. Your primary responsibilities involve taking in service and quotation requests via phone and email, prioritising requests, scheduling and organising contractors and sales representatives, invoicing, raising job orders, closing off jobs once they have been completed, liaise with customers over the phone and face to face, demonstrate products in the showroom, responding to emails, raising work orders, closing jobs, and ensuring maintenance issues are rectified. This is an autonomous position so the successful candidatewill need to be have demonstrated experience in a similar position. What youll need to succeed You will have previous experience in a scheduling, service coordinator or administration role. You will be able to prioritise competing work demands, enjoy variety in your work day,have the ability to remain calm under pressure, demonstrate the maturity to be able to work alone, Be easy going in your approach and have excellent communication skills. The successful person will need to be able to ability prioritise competing work demands and have meticulous organisational skills. Excel and Xero skills will be highly regarded. What youll get in return This is an exciting, autonomous position where you will be working in a warm and supportive environment where your work is appreciated and valued. What you need to apply If youre interested in this role, forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or contact us now. Job Type Full-time The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an office administrator? How would you rate your English language skills? Do you have experience in a sales role?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Customer Service and Internal Sales

    About the business Seating Matters is changing the world of healthcare seating. We research, manufacture and distribute the worlds leading range of clinical chairs for people with disabilities and hospital and aged care facilities. Our chairs make our clients lives more comfortable. About the role You will be responsible for creating new awareness of our range and supporting our distributors and customers within our customer service team. This will include Front line customer service for incoming emails and calls. Support for our distributor network such as organising quotes, providing order ETAs, marketing materials and education sessions. Booking and organising our 30+ education sessions each year as well as a larger annual roadshow. Following up enquiries and leads from our marketing campaigns and events. Some general office administration. Benefits and perks We want professional people who can work without supervision and come up with great ideas. Our office has a relaxed culture with a focus on doing excellent work and providing exceptional customer service. Each team member has full ownership of their role and responsibilities and works directly with the managing director. You will be supported in coming up with the best ways to meet your objectives. The is a new role in our company which is a full time and permanent. Skills and experience Customer service experience Excellent written and oral skills Comfortable using computers and Microsoft Office An excellent phone manner The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Support

    Sales Support About Us SG Fleet Group Limited is a leading provider of integrated mobility solutions, including fleet management, vehicle leasing and salary packaging services. SG Fleet has a presence across Australia, as well as in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. The success of our business begins and ends with our people. As an organisation with over 700 employees working at the forefront of the fleet management and leasing industry, we believe our people are the key determinant of our continuing success and instrumental in making SG Fleet a great company. We are a global organisation, large enough to offer our employees a career that is motivating and full of opportunities and small enough to know and care about our people. As part of the Novated Sales team, this role provides support both directly and indirectly, assisting the team to achieve expected results. Your Role Provide lease quotes for drivers Follow up on quotations by telephone to drivers Provide support to Sales Consultants during periods of leave, answering inbound enquiries Allocate leads as required Monitor client feedback via survey responses Qualify and sell aftermarket solutions to meet driver needs Apply policy and procedure as it relates to the selling, quotation and processing of novated leases. About You Solid administrative skills and confidence in working with internal business systems Excellent attention to detail and self-organisational skills Sales orientation and self-drive Ability to meet deadlines Excellent communication skills, written and verbal Good numeric ability Possess attributes of good character, diligence, honesty, integrity and judgement Our Culture When we add a new member to the sgfleet family we look for people who embody our values Trust, Collaboration, Innovation and Excellence and are keen to grow and develop with us. Our added benefits include Onsite pilates and fitness classes, a full calendar of events with many celebrations throughout the year, fitness passport, flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, Friday refeshments to kick-start the weekend, and access to salary packaging and a range of discounts on cars and car servicing. If youre looking for a fun work environment that offers work-life balance, career development and ongoing opportunities, then we would love to hear from you. Read more about our company and what we do at www.sgfleet.com sgfleet is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone to our team Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a police check prior to commencement. Please note, applications from agencies will not be considered at this time.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Client Account Coordinator

    About the business and the role We are looking for someone who wants to grow their skills and experience liaising with customers and property groups. The successful applicant will want to learn, show initiative and determination to succeed and will be rewarded with career growth. Sprout Network is based in Manly and is a specialist agency selecting and booking promotional locations (Pop Up Places) around Australia and New Zealand. You will work with a diverse range of businesses including many well know brands and charities and assist our team of account managers liaising with mainly shopping centre groups and sometimes councils or transit owners. Job tasks and responsibilities You will work closely in a team of 3 as their key support to help with overall customer satisfaction. The role will be varied with some key tasks and responsibilities and the aim to help grow you into an account manager with your own portfolio of accounts, common tasks will include Researching regions to find various shopping centres. Liaising with clients and shopping centres to place activations. Managing database of shopping centres. Negotiating placement and license fees. Managing administration to ensure smooth campaigns. Use Sprout booking system to manage activity Develop relationships with clients and property owners. Skills and experience We are looking for someone with up to two years working experience who can demonstrate Keen eye for detail. Be customer orientated. Enthusiasm to learn. Good organisational skills. This role could suit a graduate who has some part time business experience and wants to start their working career. You must have a permanent Australian working visa ideally a good knowledge of Australian Metro areas (Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane would be ideal). Job benefits and perks We offer a great, relaxed working environment based in Manly with significant training in a positive team environment. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Academic Administration Manager

    Academic Administration Manager The Australian Institute of Music AIM is a leading specialised, independent and not-for-profit education provider offering students cutting-edge learning in the creative industries. We deliver courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level at campuses in Sydney and Melbourne. Our unique industry-relevant programs are designed to support a diverse range of careers, and AIM has an outstanding record for producing talented graduates. The Role This is a full-time permanent role to commence as soon as possible. Under the broad direction of the Head of Student Experience and Success, the Academic Administration Manager is responsible for playing a vital role in the overall strategy to provide the highest quality of administrative and educational services to students and academics at AIM, across both campuses. The role of Academic Administration Manager encompasses the following core functions Academic learning management systems Academic administration Data monitoring and reporting Timetabling and the scheduling of examinations The Academic Administration Manager is responsible for Lead a team that provides timely and accurate support to all academic staff in their day-to-day engagement with AIM™s Learning Management Systems (LMS). Regularly provide timely and accurate student performance data including results and attendance via the Student Management System (SMS). Ensure all processes in relation to student admission, enrolment and registration, are completed and adhered to for each study period in a timely manner and to deadline. Manage the development and implementation of effective and efficient timetabling processes. Monitor data integrity on the Student Management System including student progression details, student records, course and unit detains, assessment information, timetable information, etc. What skills and experience should I have? Bachelor degree or a relevant postgraduate educational qualification High level of administrative and IT skills Experience working within a database or administration related student administration role Understanding of government reporting protocols within the Higher Education sector Advanced functional knowledge and experience in Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Student Management Systems (SMS) A student-service mentality and respect for balancing both people and commercial needs What do I need to stand out from the rest? Share our passion for education and the creative industries Be a team player and show a genuine interest in supporting your colleagues and the students Be flexible, embrace change and be an advocate for continual improvement Be proactive and demonstrate initiative Get the job done with a sense of humour Why should I work at AIM? Lively campus atmosphere Work alongside some of Australias most talented music, entertainment and performing arts professionals Passionate and supportive team, who genuinely place the student at the centre of everything we do AIM is changing If youre up for the challenge, this is a great time to join our team and contribute to the continual improvement of AIM. Closure Date If you are ready to take on this exciting opportunity, apply via the link Applications close at midnight on 16 October 2019. Join our talent community to be considered for future opportunities. livehire.comtalentcommunityaim WWW.AIM.EDU.AU 1 Foveaux Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010 120 King Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration manager? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Service Coordinator - South West Sydney

    Are you a passionate disability services professional? Are you ready to grow your support career? Do you want to lead and grow a supportive and dedicated team? About Northcott Northcott is one of Australia™s largest not-for-profit disability services providers that works with customers to realise their potential. Our purpose is to build an inclusive society where people can live the life they choose. Before applying for a role at Northcott, we encourage you to visit our website to learn more about our mission to ensure our values and culture are a good fit for you www.northcott.com.au About the Opportunity Based in South West Sydney, The successful candidate will be responsible for the operation and function of a Housing and Supported Independent Living or Respite Program ensuring customers are provided with high quality support consistent with the principles and application of the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework. This role has a strong emphasis on providing practice leadership to staff, fostering opening communication and a strong organisational culture. Specifically Proven ability to successfully lead, manage and support a team of staff working in residential andor community settings and supporting customers with complex support needs. Skills and experience in working with adults with disability and complex support needs using a customer-centred approach. Proven experience in budget preparation and monitoring of financial systems. Well-developed time management skills and ability to prioritise workload in competing demands. Full List of duties are available in the Position Description About your experience and skill set Demonstrated experience working with people with a disability, including supporting people in a residential setting In-depth knowledge of the disability sector including NDIS funding, SIL quotes, and the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework Lead a team of people, ensure quality person centred supports are delivered. Computer literacy, in particular proficiency with Microsoft programs Previous experience in supporting, planning and managing residential services or respite home. WWCC, Police check, First Aid or a willingness to obtain A current driver™s license About Northcott Culture and Benefits We are a leading NFP disability services provider in, providing services and support for people with disability and their families and carers. You will have your contribution valued and to have opportunities to grow your career with us. We are a family friendly workplace is offered and support provided for staff to manage their home and work lives effectively. Being a not-for-profit organisation, salary packaging is available this can increase your take home pay. Closing date for the role will be 12 October 2019. We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes or applications. Northcott is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited agency resumes or applications. When applying internally, Northcott employees are required to notify their Manager and should be aware that their Manager may be asked to endorse their application. Northcott is an EEO employer and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities. Essential pre-employment checks will be conducted

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Service Coordinator

    Join our brand new Commander Business Centre Sydney North in the vibrant Crows Nest village This is the opportunity for motivated Service Coordinator to join our Telco based on being local trusted advisors to businesses in our region. Our business is growing rapidly, and we are looking for a proactive and switched-on talent to join us. Key responsibilities will be Working in collaboration with our Operations and Project Management team to deliver the best customer service experience possible Acting as the first point of contact for all Service Enquiries and Faults Talking to people at all levels and managing expectations Fulfilling orders for hardware, service and telco products such as new mobile, voice and data connections Coordinating Telco Service Technicians for delivery of hardware and installation, as well as service faults and maintenance Coordinating with Commander internal teams escalations Identifying sales opportunities when the customer requires plan changes or additions for Level 2 and 3 Customer Support Building processes and reporting through our CRM system where all customer communication will be recorded by creating or updating tickets. Experience and skills You will be passionate about customer service Have a friendly personality with great communication skills Team player who works well with others Eager to learn and help us improve and grow our business Fluent with Microsoft Office and good attention to detail Process driven Preferred- recent knowledge and experience within the telecommunications industry however training will be provided for the right candidate. If this opportunity excites you and you are ready to join a rapidly growing team with an opportunity for career advancement for high performers, then we want to hear from you. Apply now The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Service Coordinator - Immediate Start

    About the Business the Role FastWay Plumbing offers a maintenance services across Sydney Wollongong. As first point of contact with our clients, we are seeking a Service Coordinator with a cheerful disposition who is passionate about customer service and will thrive in this dynamic role. Job Tasks Responsibilities Your job role Answer incoming phone calls and close hot leads Schedule bookings to plumbing technicians Manage and coordinate on-road staff, prepare work schedules and assign specific duties Liaise with clients, contractors, suppliers and staff Assist accounts receivable Compile and organise paperwork including quotes, work orders, invoices and reports Help improve current quality management systems to ensure and promote customer satisfaction¯ Skills Experience Like what you hear? These are what you need to start Customer service orientated approach Proven sales skills Strong analytical and planning skills¯ Professional telephone manner Comprehensive knowledge of Sydney Wollongong geography Intermediate MS Office skills - Word, Excel, Outlook Quick learner - will be required to use multiple software programs Well organised, with the ability to multitask¯ Job Benefits Perks At FastWay Plumbing we offer our staff the following Company phone Work with both on-road and office staff If this sounds like the position for you, please apply with your resume and cover letter or call Sang on 0431 441 157. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a service coordinator? Do you have experience in an administration role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Team Assistant

    About the business We sell Blinds, Curtains Shutters Sydney wide - growing company based in North West. Close support team environment who have a passion to succeed About the role This is a varied role of Personal Admin assistant role with customer servicesales focus. We are a growing company just moved to our warehouse in Rouse Hill still looking to expand into other states Part time permanent position that requires a dedicated, experienced team player to help take the company forward Duties include - Client management - Diary management - Scheduling - Office management - Process improvements - Adhoc administration tasks - invoicing chasing customer payments - General support to the sales installation teams We require someone who is willing to go extra mile be one step ahead of the task Please get in touch with me if you are interested Contact Luisa on 0448116151 or email your CV to Luisa.caruanainsightblindsandshuttersgroup.com.au Benefits and perks - Part Time Hours - Friendly Work Environment - Opportunity for growth Skills and experience - Admin experience preferred but not essential. - Customer Service skills. - Multi-tasking - Calendar management - Efficient in Microsoft office - Can-do attitude - Team Player The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administration Officer - Insurance

    Administration Officer - Insurance MBA Insurance Services (MBAIS) is a national insurance broker specialising in the building and construction industry. We aim to create an environment where our people feel respected and engaged with the business, and where they get rewarded for outstanding work. We are seeking a full time Administration Officer to support our Corporate broking team in this newly created role. Well suited for a recent Uni graduate or school leaver, this role will provide high level support to our broking team, with duties including but not limited to Working with Account Executives on client renewals, Manage all claims administration, Provision of additional administrative support to other teams within the office, Client and underwriter communication (written and phone based), Development and maintenance of positive business relationships, and Attendance at client meetings and industry events as required. To be successful in this role, you will be highly organised, process oriented, able to work in a team environment, have strong computer skills, excellent communication skills, and be keen to learn This is a great entry level role for someone wanting to get a start in the insurance industry in a supportive and growing business. In return for your positive attitude and high level performance, you will be provided with a competitive remuneration (including participation in our Staff Incentive Scheme), full on the job training, real work-life balance, and genuine career development opportunities. To find out more about this opportunity, and everything that a career in the insurance industry has to offer, apply now No agency referrals please. Only those candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted. The successful candidate must be legally entitled to work in Australia (in a permanent, ongoing capacity) and will be required to undergo a National Police Record Check. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience in an administration role? How would you rate your English language skills? How many years experience do you have as an administration assistant?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Customer Service Representativre

    The Opportunity This is an exciting opportunity for a casual Customer Service Representative to join our team with a possibility of going permanent after a few months. The customer service representative will be responsible for driving the internal growth of the marine sector by following up on potential leads, replenishment orders from customers, order fulfilment timelines and follow up on outstanding quotes and clarifying status. Duties will include but will not limited to Supporting the national marine sector Providing outstanding customer service for inbound and outbound customer transactions Qualification of customer requirements and delivering relevant solutions Efficiency of follow up on all enquiries and quotations Generation of new leads and potential clients Customer service and feedback in relation to Product and Service concerns, orders, technical information and warranty Drive internal sales to contribute to the achievement of the national marine budget Assist in the preparation and tracking of budgetforecasting Support the National Marine Sector Receive, qualify and complete all customer enquiries Enter quotations and sales orders Liaise with stores, warehouse staff and service staff to ensure that customer service remains the priority Communicate clearly to both internal and external stakeholders regarding any potential risks, delays or impacts on efficient delivery Clearly record all transactions and communications with customers for future reference or follow up Provide support to the wider sales team when required Recording of all sales orders and picking requirements through internal records management Reporting of Call Cycle in Salesforce Weekly additions to Opportunity Pipeline in Salesforce Weekly opportunity review and management in Salesforce Account plan creation and implementation in Salesforce Requirements Minimum 3 years™ experience in Customer Service in fast paced high volume environment. Maintaining effective relationships with key people and team members, recognizing and resolving conflict Influencing skills, the ability to convince others as to the merit of an idea or proposal. Demonstrated experience in prioritizing and effectively multi-tasking A passion for excellent customer service Ability to efficiently learn new products and services Demonstrated experience in the delivery of assigned duties in a timely manner andor Continuous Improvement-related projects and experience in resolving complex problems. We are looking for someone to start as early as next week. If this opportunity looks exciting, please send us your resume straight away.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Support

    Sales Support Vellex is a diverse Australian owned family business offering freight distribution and warehousing services over the last 30 years. We strive to maintain our competitive edge in the industry and pride ourselves on our high levels of service, safety and corporate culture. We have an outstanding career opportunity for an enthusiastic individual with the drive to form part of our Sales Team as the departments Sales Support. Reporting to the National Sales Manager, you will work with the Sales Team to provide administrative, customer service and sales support in order to ensure effective, efficient and accurate business operations. The successful candidate will Establish, develop and manage customer relationships Maintain high customer satisfaction Proactively assess, clarify and validate customer needs Meet assigned targets Manage and monitor new accounts Produce and prepare reports and presentations as required Oversee sales customer activities including incoming calls, con notes, labels and pick-ups Oversee all issues and escalate in a timely manner Have a strong background in administration Have strong computer literacy and MS applications knowledge Have well developed communication skills Posses outstanding attention to detail and accuracy Demonstrate an ability to work in a changing environment Demonstrate an ability to work well under pressure Be friendly and helpful personality This is a fast paced role which requires professionalism, strong eye for detail and exceptional planning, time management and communication skills. If you have the skills and relevant experience that we require, and are looking for a career opportunity to join a growing company, please apply through Seek and send your application including a cover letter and resume. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience in a sales role?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Client Services Coordinator / Bookkeeper

    Work from your home office. No traffic. Flexible hours. More time for you Are you self-managed, productive and effective? Do you want working hours and the ability to work from home? Are you keen to learn, grow and develop with us? If you answered YES to any of the above, then please continue. This role will offer you a wide scope of autonomy, flexibility in your work hours, ability to demonstrate your highly organised skills and opportunity to showcase your highest standard of service delivery. To be successful you will need to be able to demonstrate the following Essential Criteria A minimum of 2 years™ experience in a similar role A minimum of 3 years™ experience and active working with of Xero, MS office and Outlook full time Demonstrated experience in a customer service role. A minimum of 3 years™ experience with working with various CRM™s, Operational systems and Job management systems Desirable Criteria Minimum 3 years™ experience within the trade industry Diploma in finance or accounting Have worked within a small “ medium team environment with the ability to be supportive Chilli Hot Water Plumbing is seeking a part time (20 hours per week) Client Services Coordinatorbookkeeper to join our rapidly growing team. We are a family owned and run company, servicing Sydney for over 4 years. Due to some significant growth, we are seeking a skilled professional to fulfil this role. To apply please send your expression of interest letter and CV to rachelchillihotwater.com.au Please state why you are the ideal choice for this role and what is it about Chilli Hot Water you find attractive. Application close on Friday 18th October at 5pm. Expected commencement date Monday 11th November 2019 The application form will include these questions Do you have customer service experience? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? How many years experience do you have as an office administrator? Do you have experience working towards targets and KPIs?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Scheduler

    Scheduler Are you a skilled resource coordinator, scheduler and team player? Want to make full use of your professional expertise? Keen to help make a difference in people™s lives with this outstanding organisation? Highly motivated and love taking ownership for your own work? Does this sound like you? If you are a highly skilled administrator, scheduler andor resource coodinator and would love to work for an organisation with a great reputation “ apply now This Scheduler position covers a wide range of functions. You™ll have every opportunity to utilise your expertise and develop your skills. You™ll be responsible and accountable for your own caseload and workflow and expected to exercise judgement and initiative. You™ll actively contribute to team planning and meetings and coordinate projects with other team members. You™ll also be expected to resolve day-to-day service delivery queries and issues. Your administrative proficiency will keep the team™s day-to-day operations running smoothly. As well as excelling in both verbal and written communications, you will be great at building and maintaining relationships at all levels, and confident in assisting team members with issues such as problem-solving. The role is located in Prairiewood and is a permanent fulltime position. The therapy team comprises of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, exercise physiologists, early childhood educators, physiotherapists and psychologist. Our therapy services are based around a client and family-centred philosophy, in which all team members, including our administrators, collaborate to work towards achieving the goals identified by clients and their families. The successful candidate will possess strong professional and ethical values that align with this philosophy. Who are we? At Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) we pride ourselves on our high-quality family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Our priority is to support people living with cerebral palsy to lead an independent and inclusive life. Our employees continually rate us as one of the best employers in Australia. They recognise and appreciate that our organisation is driven by its values “ integrity, passion, excellence, courage and respect. What do we offer? a competitive salary and benefits package (including salary packaging options) every opportunity to apply your experience and expertise to benefit your team the chance to continuously develop your skills every opportunity to progress your career every opportunity to contribute your ideas for improving quality and service delivery, and to get involved in decision-making interesting, varied and rewarding work. What will you bring to the role? intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) intermediate skills in PowerPoint and Access ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines a flexible and collaborative approach to work a good understanding of the rights of people with a disability commitment to the rights of people with disability the ability to work independently and as part of a team current driver™s licence Working with Children Check, or willingness to obtain prior to joining How to apply As part of the application process, you will need to respond to the full selection criteria and upload your resume. Apply now to complete your application. Note this role is a level 4 within the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Corporate Support role family. Enquiries Michael HO Ph 99758815 Applications Close 20102019 Michael HO 99758815

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • SERVICE ADMINISTRATION - MACQUARIE PARK

    SERVICE ADMINISTRATION - MACQUARIE PARK About ECOLAB Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services. Every day, we help make the world cleaner, safer and healthier “ protecting people and vital resources. A trusted partner at nearly three million customer locations, Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services that protect people and vital resources. Around the world, customers in foodservice, food processing, hospitality, healthcare, industrial, and oil and gas markets choose Ecolab products and services to keep their environment clean and safe, operate efficiently and achieve sustainability goals. About the role This is a fantastic opportunity for a Service Administrator to join our growing Pest Division within the Support Services team. Reporting directly to the Operations Team Leader, you will be responsible for coordinating contract portfolio requests to meet both internal and external stakeholders needs and provide excellent customer experiences for our clients. This is a fast-paced role which requires organisational, problem solving and multi-tasking skills. The successful candidate will be comfortable managing a high level of calls and finding solutions to unexpected challenges that arise. Your Responsibilities Day to day operational administration and data entry Daily, weekly, monthly report preparation as required Coordinate contractual changes as per the FieldSalesCustomer requests Regularly liaise with Field Staff and Supervisors First point of contact for all customer liaison and arranging services Assist with ensuring the highest standards of Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality performance is achieved Other tasks as required By nature, you can demonstrate Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to build and maintain professional relationships with our internal and external stakeholders The ability to schedule and plan effectively with attention to detail Problem solving skills Excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines A positive and professional attitude Excellent phone and email manner with the ability to take ownership of the role Technically speaking you will have Proven experience providing administration support Strong customer service experience Intermediate-Advanced MS Excel Life at ECOLAB Our three behavioural shifts are People First, One United ANZ Ecolab Team and Owning the Outcome. We believe the best teams are diverse and inclusive, there is a world of opportunity that can be found within our growing company, and delivering results and demonstrating teamwork, drives advancement. Some of the Benefits You Can Enjoy Discounted Health Insurance Employee Assistance Program Health and Well Being Subsidy Development Opportunities Education Assistance Employee Stock Purchase Plan How to apply Click APPLY to submit your application. The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ecolab or by their external third-party provider. Get Social With Us Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services. Every day, we help make the world cleaner, safer and healthier “ protecting people and vital resources. If you would like to find out more about us, please find out more at httpsen-au.ecolab.com Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion At Ecolab, we believe the best teams are diverse and inclusive, and we are on a journey to create a workplace where every associate can grow and achieve their best. We are committed to fair and equal treatment of associates and applicants. We recruit, hire, promote, transfer and provide opportunities for advancement on the basis of individual qualifications and job performance. In all matters affecting employment, compensation, benefits, working conditions, and opportunities for advancement, we will not discriminate against any associate or applicant for employment because of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions, genetic information, marital status, age, disability, or status as a covered veteran. In addition, we are committed to furthering the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) through Affirmative Action (AA). Our goal is to fully utilize minority, female, disabled and covered veteran individuals at all levels of the workforce. Ecolab is a place where you can grow your career, own your future and impact what matters. PO Box 383 North Ryde BC NSW 1670 Phone 02 8870 8100 Fax 02 8870 8685 www.ecolab.com

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Support

    We are an Sydney based leading fashion wholesale company located in Surry Hills Sydney. An exciting opportunity exists for an energetic experienced sales personnel to join our companies sales team. We are looking for a Full Timer who is passionate about customer service and love fashion. The Full Time role will support the Store Manager and be responsible for providing exceptional customer service. As a wholesale sales assistant you will be responsible for Processing daily orders in the showroom Picking, Packing and dispatching daily customer orders Replying daily emails and Facebook enquiries Dealing with interstate agents and processing their orders Emailing and communicating to customers of the new products Building customer loyalty This is a fantastic opportunity for a driven sales assistant who wants to build a career in wholesale fashion industry. For success in this role you must posses the following Be a team player Attention to detail Loads of initiative with a positive can-do attitude Excellent communication skills This is a great chance to put your excellent sales experience to good use in a brand and company that values its people and knows how to have fun

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Customer Service & Office Administration

    Floorking is a leading Importer, Distributor and Reseller specialising in flooring products. In this time of rapid growth, we have the newly created role of Customer Service Office Admin Coordinator. The primary focus of this role would be Customer Service overseeing all aspects of the companys stock control. The successful candidate will have Excellent customer focus, organisational skills and attention to detail. A friendly and positive can do attitude. Demonstrated high levels of initiative and responsibility Computer literacy with a high level of competence in Word, Excel Publisher (Adobe Illustrator a bonus but not essential) Previous experience with Micronet PoS Software or similar invoicing quoting systems Experience in importing is beneficial, but not essential. Comfortable with face to face interaction with our customers and suppliers. A professional and clean presentation. The Role Includes Working closely with the GM and other stakeholders you will be responsible for, but not limited to Customer Service Answering incoming calls Answering emails Serving customers in person Other relevant duties Organise monitor site delivery progress Other similar tasks. Stock Control Stock Management Liaising with stores for stock requirements, stock availability and stocktaking. Managing the purchase order process to completion. Follow up all product returns, credits and price changes Overseeing all stock transfers. Marketing Promotional Calendar Social Media, Website Updates Promotional Calendar Group Texting Emails (Ensuring they are done each week month) Oversee Major Promotions. Office Administration Data entry, logging leads and customer information into our system. Improving creating new procedures to better streamline business functions General ad hoc office duties Assistant to GM Assistant to the GM. If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please submit your resume along with a covering letter by clicking Apply for this job. For further information about the role, please contact Anthony on 02 9748 0955 Recruitment agencies and Job Placement Companies need not make contact on this occasion Unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted. Thank you for your understanding The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have experience in an administration role? How would you rate your English language skills?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • sales office administration support

    SAPP Australia are seeking the services of an experienced sales and office support person to support our continuing growth in Australia. SAPP Australia provide our customers with creative designed solutions for brands and retailers. The role will support the team in our Macquarie Park office. The role will support our sales and creative team. Tasks include providing quotes and invoicing to our customers, providing entry into our Xero platform, managing the project administration planning and pipeline, booking freight and shipping, communicating with our office in China, liaising with our accounting team in Hong Kong, day to day functions within the office. The role is envisaged to be 5 days per week (5 hours per day) initially - 5 days per week but there is flexibility. Previous experience within the retail display industry would be highly regarded as well as the ability to read and speak Cantonese and experience with Xero accounting platform. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? Do you have previous invoicing experience? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Operations Executive

    We are an online and retail shop in Granville, very closed to railway station. We are looking a proactive person to run our store. Initially, this job is offered on the part-time basis but will be converted to full time on satisfactory performance. This job is available for immediate start Seniors are welcome Key responsibilities are Ensure high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent sales and online order processing service Maintain outstanding store condition and visual merchandising standards Check emails for online orders Packing of the online orders, create shipping labels Resolve customer™s issue Actively involved in the receiving of new shipments Welcome and greet customers Keep up to date with product information Answer phone calls take the orders over the phone Maintain inventory and organize stock Occasionally lift and shelve 15 to 20 KG Boxes Requirements Customer service focus Familiar with MS Word, Outlook and Excel Proficiency in English Solid communication and interpersonal skills Friendly, helpful, confident and engaging personality Basic administration skills Must have Australian permanent residence or citizenship Seniors are welcome The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How would you rate your English language skills?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Support Coordinator

    We are seeking confident and smart candidates with 6 months or more of outbound sales experience, and the right to work in Australia , to commit to a full time contract in Pyrmont. Part of a friendly and dynamic Australian owned company, you will be responsible for keeping an assigned group of contacts warm, understanding their buying process and helping to build current and future pipelines.The hours are 9 30am “ 530pm, 5 days per week . We are offering an outstanding salary rate of 65k plus super plus bonus “ if you hit your targets you can potentially achieve an average bonus of 600 per month in bonus alone.We have hundreds of existing entreprise clients in AUNZ so you can rest assured that our approach and process has been proven to be effective. However you will need to be self-motivated and enjoy the negotiation and close when requiredYou must have strong verbal and written communication skills and previous experience in the selling of technicalresearch based products. Previous experience in B2B sales or account management is desired, but not essential.We are a dynamic start up, so you will be free to wear casual clothing and will enjoy a fun and lively working environment , and fast career progression .Applications will close at COB Wednesday 6 November.Only successful applicants will be contacted , thank you in advance for your application.Job Type Full-timeSalary 65,000.00 to 74,999.00 yearExperienceSales Support 1 year (Preferred)Work EligibilityNo work eligibility is required, I am willing to sponsor the right candidate (e.g. visa) (Preferred)

    location Pyrmont, New South Wales


  • Customer Service / Sales Representatives

    Customer Service Sales Representatives The Opportunity Aon™s Centre of Excellence (CoE) has been established to provide Australian small business customers with an outstanding sales and service experience. Due to current openings, and plans to hire more staff in our CoE in 2020, we are holding an Aon Information Evening on Tuesday 15th October to discuss our Aon teams and career paths.If you would like to apply for a position now, or show your expression of interest to our Customer Service and Sales careers at Aon Parramatta, please submit your details today via this application. Alternatively, for details about our Information Evening on Tuesday 15th October, please email Thomas.wright1aon.com in our Talent Acquisition team Why join our team? Clear career progression opportunities in a fast growing division Flexible working options and various perks working for a global company Gain exceptional training and endless personal development opportunities within a market leading firm Use our internal Aon career development tool to help map out your future path with your manager Start your career in Parramatta with options long term to work in Sydney CBD, interstate or internationally Be part of a highly diverse and inclusive work environment Take part in our community volunteer days The chance to be selected for various trips events across Australia for high performers Refer your friends to a wide range of divisions and receive rewards Expand your sales customer service experiences in our challenging and rewarding phone based client relationship positions Build strong rapport with new and existing clients from the Entertainment and Health sectors whilst using your exceptional people skills You will also receive best in class training as you develop your skills on a variety of systems, via new products and potentially assisting on team projects About you You will be a natural people person who loves building rapport with others You will have a great attitude towards team work and helping others to achieve goals You will be passionate about your career and enjoy being exposed to learning and development If you have relevant customer service or sales experience in retail, hospitality, call centres or insurance, get in touch today to learn about how Aon can help your career About Us With close to 1600 employees, we are the largest organisation of our kind in Australia.Globally, we have an employee base of 50,000 people working across 120 countries. We provide colleagues with the support to make an impact, a team that will inspire you to achieve, and on-going opportunities for development. How to apply Please submit your up to date resume with relevant experiences. Aon is an equal opportunity employer and we invite you to be part of an organisation that has a diverse workplace, values continuous learning and supports many charities and environmental initiatives.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Administrator

    Diverse administration support role Newly created role to support planned growth EYLEX are a leading SME in the Australian and NZ Defence market and we specialise in providing communication system solutions to the Australian and NZ Armed Forces. Based out of our Castle Hill NSW office, this role will report to the Sales Administration Coordinator and is a unique opportunity for an experienced and keen person to join our team during this exciting growth phase. Key accountabilities in this role are as follows Support the sales team to provide excellent service to our customers and suppliers. Preparation of tenderquote submissions. General marketing related tasks including the maintenance of the Eylex website and the coordination and control of supplier demonstration equipment. Provide general administration support for all aspects of purchasing and be available to assist the Service Centre with purchasing and administration tasks where required. If you are interested in the role, please submit a current CV and well as a cover letter addressing the criteria above to hreylex.com.au Note Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Pet Sitter Support Manager

    Pet Sitter Support Manager About You Mad Paws is looking for a Pet Sitter Support Manager, responsible for accelerating growth of our Pet Sitting services and generally improving the quality of our Pet Sitters. As a part of the Customer Experience Team, they will be responsible for creating innovative solutions to identify growth opportunities by increasing Sitter supply and demand, Sitter quality, and engagement. They will also be responsible for the education of all our Pet Sitters by providing knowledge on how to succeed in a competitive two sided economy. The Pet Sitter Manager will drive adoption of the Mad Paws high standards by both the Pet Sitters and our Customer Success Team, who they will work alongside. The safety of all pets during bookings is paramount to us, so you™ll be primarily responsible for maintaining the high standard of Sitters. You will also continuously look for new ways to help ensure every booking runs as smoothly as possible for our pets and Pet Owners. A large part of this exciting position will be to help us improve the processes we have in place, in addition to creating new processes where and when they are needed. You should have strong writing skills, high knowledge of Excel, and hands-on experience in dealing with customers. We are really looking forward to having someone who is focused on helping our Sitters do the best job they possibly can and ensuring we have enough supply for our exponentially growing demand This area is an integral cornerstone to the business and exciting because it is ever changing there is always a new angle to explore and illuminate. We at Mad Paws are always open to new ideas as priorities can change day by day “ stay on your toes Note This is a full-time maternity cover position for the period of 12 months. With the current high growth in the business there may be an opportunity for integration into the company after said period. The role is focused around 3 main areas Research and development This is the most exciting part of this role It is all about owning the Pet Sitter side of the business to constantly improve the quality and the quantity of candidates coming through. Using a project based approach, making sure you have defined your goals and can measure your outcomes, with your wider team to gain their insights into mitigating the friction areas from sign up to them actively becoming our VIP Pet Sitters. The possibilities are endless People Management Directly manage the Trust and Safety Coordinator by providing them with guidance for their day to day tasks Assist the Trust and Safety Coordinator during difficult insurance cases Manage the performance and professional development of the Trust and Safety Coordinator Whatever you and your leader would envision Day to Day Operations Overseeing our Sitter verification process to screen, vet, and on-board our new Pet Sitters Updating the educational resources we have in place for our Sitters, including our online training course and any sitter related Knowledge Centre articles Processes payments so our Pet Sitters are paid and their payment queries are managed (with help from the Customer Experience Team) Executing processes that are in place to make sure that all our Sitters are active and responsive on Mad Paws Rewarding those Pet Sitters who have continuously provided exceptional services to Mad Paws Pet Owners And so much more Ideal Candidate You have a genuine passion for helping people and for providing them with the best customer experience possible You are an animal lover and have a deep knowledge of looking after pets (Bonus You have used Mad Paws as an Owner or a Pet Sitter) You love numbers and are excellent in Excel You understand that Trust and Safety is paramount in our marketplace Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritise and multitask You are a great written and verbal communicator and don™t shy away from phone or in-person interactions You can quickly and efficiently troubleshoot problems and are a problem solver at heart You are energetic and enthusiastic You are self-motivated and take initiatives You are a great team player. If you believe you are the one, email your CV and cover letter to recruitmentmadpaws.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administration Coordinator

    Close to public transport - Marrickville Sydenham Location We are currently seeking an Administration Coordinator for export department who is a team player with an eye for detail, who can manage multiple tasks and deliver exceptional service. As the successful candidate you will have clear and concise communication skills, be mature-minded and able to work well within a team in a fast-paced environment. You will also demonstrate a passion for delivering results to customers, and have the ability to work independently with a willingness to complete the task at hand. The key responsibilities of the position include Processing of purchase and sales orders Processing of import and export documentation Advising on inventory levels and ensuring stock is available and ready for delivery Handling day to day customer enquiries via phone and email Coordinating between customers, suppliers and team members Preparation of various sales reports and General office duties. To be successful for this role you will possess the following key criteria Proven experience in a similar office environment An ability to work effectively as part of a team as well as independently Attention to detail Diligence “ persistent focus and concentration to achieve the completion of tasks at hand Proven excellent time management skills and ability to multitask Competent user of MS Office Suite (Outlook, Excel and Word) Professional and confident phone manner and Flexibility, reliability and be well presented. Employee benefits include 50-55k plus superannuation starting salary Ongoing training and development The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Assistant/Customer Service/Admin

    Sales AssistantCustomer ServiceAdmin Do you want to be part of a world leader in Natural Australian Skincare? You could join The Jojoba Company team. About us The Jojoba Company is Australias leader in Natural Skincare. Our uniqueness is that we grow and produce pure golden 100 natural jojoba from our Australian farm. www.thejojobacompany.com.au About you You will be a team player with motivation and drive, excellent customer service and communication skills, computer literacy with MS Office Skills and Excel. Have a passion and interest for natural skincare. About the position We are seeking a vibrant and highly motivated person who is committed to excellence, driven to succeed and wants to genuinely make a difference. We require- Exceptional written communication skills A professional, friendly and confident telephone manner Experience in a customer service role Strong computer literacy (particularly excel and power point) A ˜can do™ attitude and the ability to deliver a high level of customer satisfaction The ability to work in a fast pace environment, stay calm, organised and prioritise tasks. Answering incoming sales calls Responding to email enquiries and resolving issues in a friendly and efficient manner. Assisting with the processing of the orders Following up enquiries and leads. Maintaining our telesales stockists and gaining new stockists. General office administration Organising events Maintaining and updating our CRM System (Pepperi) The position is full time and located at Castle Hill and you will work as the sales assistant to the Sales Manager and work very closely with the sales team on the road. It is a role with responsibility and will appeal to someone with an exceptional customer service focus, attention to detail, and who works well in a team. Previous experience in a similar role is a necessity. If you feel that you could be a part of this exciting growing Australian brand please contact us. APPLY NOW The application form will include these questions Do you have customer service experience? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? Do you have previous invoicing experience?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Sales Administration / Data Entry Specialist

    Windcave is a high-growth, innovative, global leader in payment technology delivering a range of secure solutions to major corporate, banking and SME clients globally. Processing over US70 Billion worth of transactions per annum, we are one of the largest integrated POS terminal and e-commerce switching providers in Asia Pacific. With an impressive global presence, having offices in Auckland, Los Angeles, London and Sydney. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and highly committed Sales AdminData Entry Specialist to join our growing organisation. About the Role You will be managing the processing of merchant applications whilst ensuring a high level of customer service is delivered to new and existing merchants. Role Objectives include Review of all assigned applications within a 24 hour window, including requirements for complete approval Co-ordinate the receipt and follow-up of all information and documents needed to process merchant applications. Liaising with the Compliance and Merchant Service Teams to ensure the applications are compliant with the correct documentation required sourced from the merchants. Resolve any inconsistencies upon receipt of documentation for completeness and verifiable information. Establish and maintain the necessary process for receiving complete and correct documentation. Serve as the information source for status of applications to internal merchant requests. On-boards completed applications within internal systems in preparation for risk assessing. Make sound application decisions based on quality analysis Develop and communicate company policies and risk appetite for various industries based on current economic market conditions Analyse portfolios to capitalise on new business opportunities Develop, implement and execute business acquisition strategies Build relationships with internal stakeholders Work closely and build strong collaborative relationships with Business Banking staff and executives Identify, develop, and recommend or implement improvement opportunities Key Role Requirements Proven experience in merchant services andor underwriting Excellent and accurate data entry skills with attention to detail Tertiary software or business qualification Intermediate to advanced Excel and Word skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Sound knowledge of administrative processes Ability to work under pressure Company Benefits Competitive remuneration package Opportunities to grow and advance your career Regular social events and team building activities Diverse, energetic and friendly team environment Training ongoing support To be considered for this role you must be a permanent resident with full legal working rights in Australia. Due to a high number of applications, Windcave thanks all their applicants in advance as only those shortlisted will be contacted. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? How would you rate your English language skills? How many years experience do you have in processing contractsdocumentation?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Inventory & Pricing Coordinator

    INVENTORY PRICING COORDINATOR Apply nowJob no 495126 Work type Full time Location Pyrmont Categories Finance, Analytics Insights Foxtel™s purpose is to bring home Australia™s most valued entertainment experience. Whether it™s a blockbuster sports match, a must-see reality episode, an election special, the newest hit movie or the most ambitious drama, Foxtel brings together the best of TV and on demand for our customers We work as a team, we™re agile and we™re accountable. We put the customer first and we™re passionate about what we do. We have fun and we™re different, better, special. Our Contracts and Trading department is responsible for managing all areas of data operation, including driving Foxtel Medias data innovation initiatives, supporting sales activities, providing business intelligence inventory management recommendations to senior management, forecasting ratings across all commercial broadcast channels and conducting yield management and pricing analysis. We™re searching for an Inventory Pricing Coordinator to be responsible for forecasting commercial TV ratings across all Foxtel channels whilst also managing pricing across those stations. Your mission Work closely with Sales and Partnerships team on delivering accurate ratings predictions across thousands of TV commercial breaks Provide data solutions innovative audience forecasting methods to key programs across Foxtel Work closely with the channel partners on program forecasts and special event opportunities Work collaboratively with key internal stakeholders to ensure that sales expectations are aligned Monitor adjust break pricing in accordance with stakeholder guidelines Set up and manage program audience and pricing tracking reports Your capability Proficient in Microsoft Excel PowerPoint Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Experience with TV andor digital audience measurement will be highly regarded Exceptional attention to detail Excellent communication skills both written and verbal Able to work autonomously and as part of a team A real passion for TV and an understanding of Foxtel™s programming What™s in it for you? At Foxtel you will have the opportunity to work with authentic leaders and teams that put our customers at the centre of everything we do and thrive on achieving things together. You™ll also receive a free Foxtel subscription and discounted broadband. On top of that, you™ll enjoy a range of exclusive benefits across health, wellbeing, personal and professional development, partner discounts and unique experiences. Above all, we love entertainment and, if you do too, you™ll love working with us. So if you™re excited about this opportunity, please click ˜Apply now™. A note to recruitment agencies - we have this role covered. There is no need to get in touch, we do not accept unsolicited agency resumes and we are not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. Advertised 08 Oct 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close 22 Oct 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Back to search results Apply now

    location Pyrmont, New South Wales


  • Customer Care / Service Delivery Coordinator - Private healt...

    A health care claiming software vendor based in Macquarie Park is seeking a Customer Care Service Delivery Coordinator to join their team. A permanent role, the successful candidate will be responsible for engaging with health insurance providers and financial institutions ensuring a successful claiming process for all parties. Key responsibilities include Responsible for Customer registrations and maintenance Required to develop industry expertise to assist in providing day to day support for health insurance providers Engage with financial services institutions to resolve and facilitate health insurance claims Adhere to strict SLA™s Populate multiple databases to ensure the workflow process is documented Provide administrative support To be considered for this position essential requirements include At least 3 years™ experience in the healthcare environment, health industry andor competitor products and services is desirable Experience working with technology products, services, competencies, solutions and offerings Experience with data entry Strong interpersonal skills Working for a global software company this challenging role presents strong internal career growth opportunities. We are actively interviewing for this role. To APPLY please submit your CV today.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Service Co-Ordinator

    Our client situated in Wetherill Park are looking for an experienced Service Co-Coordinator for an immediate start. They specialise in the civil construction industry. In this challenging role, you will be a primary support function for the team. You will play a key part in assisting with process and compliance management - including the implementation of document and file management systems. Other duties will be ad hoc and will include things such as Fleet Management, assisting with compliance checks, helping with the co-ordination of internal projects, helping with customer reviews, and more. Whats on Offer Generous Salary on Offer Career Progression Work Close to Home Immediate Start The opportunity to make this role your own Key Requirements 5+ years experience in operational support roles Experience of implementing document or file management systems Experienced in compliance and audit issues Ideal industry experience could be construction, engineering or facilities management, including manufacturing or industrial type facilities Flexible, mature and proactive approach to work - someone up for a challenge Use your initiative and self starter attitude to progress in this busy role This is a unique, newly created role, which offers the potential to grow in to a bigger position as the company expands. If you feel that you meet the above criteria, please submit your application for immediate consideration. Please not only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    location Wetherill Park, New South Wales


  • Service Co-Ordinator

    Work Close to Home Career Progression 60K to 65K plus super Our client situated in Wetherill Park are looking for an experienced Service Co-Coordinator for an immediate start. They specialise in the civil construction industry. In this challenging role, you will be a primary support function for the team. You will play a key part in assisting with process and compliance management - including the implementation of document and file management systems. Other duties will be ad hoc and will include things such as Fleet Management, assisting with compliance checks, helping with the co-ordination of internal projects, helping with customer reviews, and more. Whats on Offer Generous Salary on Offer Career Progression Work Close to Home Immediate Start The opportunity to make this role your own Key Requirements 5+ years experience in operational support roles Experience of implementing document or file management systems Experienced in compliance and audit issues Ideal industry experience could be construction, engineering or facilities management, including manufacturing or industrial type facilities Flexible, mature and proactive approach to work - someone up for a challenge Use your initiative and self starter attitude to progress in this busy role This is a unique, newly created role, which offers the potential to grow in to a bigger position as the company expands. If you feel that you meet the above criteria, please submit your application for immediate consideration. Please not only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 108407DR

    location Sydney, New South Wales


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