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PPSR & Contracts Administrator

The Position An exciting opportunity has arisen for a PPSR Contracts Administrator to join the Emeco team on a fixed term contract to administer and register Emeco™s security interests in accordance with the Personal Property and Securities Act and ensure contracts and associated records are maintained, monitored and stored appropriately. About The Role Reporting to the National Credit Manager, you will be required to Register all security interests on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) in accordance with Emeco™s PPSA policy Manage PPSR registrations including discharges registrations where required Assist with PPSR searches and queries as required Ensure all PPSA documentation is collated, filed and stored in central locations Collate existing customer and supplier contracts and related documentation into a central electronic storage location Administer contracts and support operational teams in managing their contracts Assist operational teams with regards to basic contractual terms, escalating queries to Legal where required. Your Skills Experience The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate Previous experience in a similar role, knowledge of PPSA legislation desirable Demonstrated understanding of contracts including basic contractual terms and interpretation Strong communication skills both verbal and written Ability to work well under pressure and effective organisational skills Strong accuracy and high attention to detail Proficiency in Microsoft applications A positive attitude and drive for continuous improvement A strong team and customer service focus What We Offer In return you will be rewarded with The opportunity to be part of a financial team in a growing ASX listed company Competitive remuneration Supportive team environment Location Osborne Park, WA How to Apply This is your opportunity to join a dynamic growing organisation. Only applicants with the right to work in Australia will be considered for this position. To apply for this role please complete the application form and submit a cover letter and a current resume For further information about this role please contact Shannon Hutton on 0417 624 633. Applications close 5pm, Friday 27th July 2018 (WST). Candidates strongly aligned to position requirements may be contacted prior to the position closing date. Emeco reserves the right to close this position prior to the closing date. Emeco is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Please note Agency referrals will not be accepted at this point of time.

location Osborne St, Washington, WV 26181, USA


Contracts and Procurement Manager

ABOUT US Pilbara Minerals is an emerging strategic metals producer developing the 100 owned Pilgangoora - Lithium Project 120 Km south of Port Hedland in WAs Pilbara. We are currently commissioning Stage 1 (2Mtpa) of the project and on track for first production in Q2 2018. In addition, we are progressing the Feasibility Studies for the Stage 2 (5Mtpa) Pilgangoora Expansion Project. THE OPPORTUNITY Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, and leading a small team your principal focus will be to establish and maintain contract management and procurement procedures across operational and project requirements as well as be a key stakeholder of all contract negotiations across the company. We are a growing company where the expectation is to operate at both a strategic level and transactional level when required. People who are willing to œroll up their sleeves will best suit this role. As we move into an operational phase and approach stage 2, this role is key to ensuring we are in the best commercial position possible by developing a contracts and procurement framework that delivers win win outcomes for our business and our partners. In addition, you will be responsible for delivering the following outcomes Leading a team providing services to the business to source, execute and deliver contracts and procurement procedures that support business deliverables. Provide proactive and timely advice to the Senior Management Team and relevant stakeholders in relation to contracts and procurement issues. Negotiation and re-negotiation of contracts and service agreements Ensure that scopes of work are capable of delivering contractual and operational outcomes Ensure that all contractual arrangements deliver value for money and protect the company™s interests Establish and maintain procedures which ensure the accountability and integrity of the contract management process Take a leading role in resolving complex contractual, commercial and procurement issues and disputes in consultation with relevant stakeholders Ensure contractor compliance with contracts including the provision of necessary documentation Monitor, evaluate and report on contractor and service provider performance ABOUT YOU To be considered for this opportunity you will display the following attributes Hold relevant academic qualification in contracts and procurement andor discipline specific experience Demonstrate experience in a similar level ideally within miningresources both within an operational and project context Experience in complex procurement, contract development and management with a focus on developing a Contract Management Framework Demonstrated skills in policy development for procurement, contractor performance monitoring and process improvement An efficient and effective negotiator who has relevant knowledge of legal and risk Track record of successfully delivering on organisational and personal KPI™s You will display high energy levels and an open communicator who will engage with people across all ares of the business in a hands-on manner Be an advocate of the Pilbara Purpose and embody œwhat we stand for Be a proactive accountable leader who works collaboratively, respectfully, supporting team members and building relationships within the business and with our contract service partners WHAT WE OFFER The opportunity to work in an up and coming mid-tier miner Competitive remuneration and benefits Commitment to ongoing development Be part of a values based organisation with a strong organisational culture Short listing for this role will commence immediately. We respectfully request agencies not to forward unsolicited resumes unless requested. Pilbara Minerals is an equal opportunity employer, supporting diversity in our work place. We encourage people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, to apply for this position. Interested to learn more about Pilbara Minerals or registering for future opportunities visit our website www.pilbaraminerals.com.au

location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


In House Audio Transcriber Brisbane

Australia™s leading transcription firm Competitive remuneration, directly linked to performance Auscript Australasia is Australias leading provider of recording and transcription services along with associated technology to the legal, justice and corporate communities within Australia. We currently have multiple opportunities for permanent full and part time Audio Transcribers who are dedicated and enjoy working in a fast paced, high performance environment. Audio Transcribers are responsible for transcribing digital audio from a variety of interesting legal matters, including court proceedings, as well as a wide selection of work from private clients. Office hours are Monday to Friday. Start and finish time may vary, depending on our clients needs, therefore, flexibility is required. To be successful in this role, you must possess the skills and attributes outlined below A typing speed of no less than 80wpm An accuracy rate of 98.25 Excellent knowledge of the English language, with particular emphasis on spelling, punctuation and grammar Acute attention to detail Effective listening and concentration skills Excellent time management skills with ability to work within deadlines A motivated and dedicated approach to work Due to the nature of our work, employees are required to complete, at a minimum, a National Police Check. Employees may be required to complete high level security clearances, which may involve providing private and confidential information to the relevant security agency. Previous audio transcription experience will be highly regarded, whether legal, medical or administrative, however, training will be provided to the successful candidates. Security cleared candidates are also encouraged to apply. Competitive remuneration available, directly linked to performance, therefore you must be capable of producing high quality work consistently. If you take pride in doing fast, accurate, quality work and have an interest in the legal industry please apply today. To apply, simply submit a cover letter and resume by clicking on the apply button. Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume and state if you are applying for full or part time opportunities. Positions to commence on 18 June.

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


In House Audio Transcriber Sydney

Australia™s leading transcription firm Convenient Sydney CBD Location Competitive remuneration, directly linked to performance Auscript Australasia is Australias leading provider of recording and transcription services along with associated technology to the legal, justice and corporate communities within Australia. We currently have multiple opportunities for permanent full and part time Audio Transcribers who are dedicated and enjoy working in a fast paced, high performance environment. Audio Transcribers are responsible for transcribing digital audio from a variety of interesting legal matters, including court proceedings, as well as a wide selection of work from private clients. Office hours are Monday to Friday. Start and finish time may vary, depending on our clients needs, therefore, flexibility is required. To be successful in this role, you must possess the skills and attributes outlined below A typing speed of no less than 80wpm An accuracy rate of 98.25 Excellent knowledge of the English language, with particular emphasis on spelling, punctuation and grammar Acute attention to detail Effective listening and concentration skills Excellent time management skills with ability to work within deadlines A motivated and dedicated approach to work Due to the nature of our work, employees are required to complete, at a minimum, a National Police Check. Employees may be required to complete high level security clearances, which may involve providing private and confidential information to the relevant security agency. Previous audio transcription experience will be highly regarded, whether legal, medical or administrative, however, training will be provided to the successful candidates. Security cleared candidates are also encouraged to apply. Competitive remuneration available, directly linked to performance, therefore you must be capable of producing high quality work consistently. If you take pride in doing fast, accurate, quality work and have an interest in the legal industry please apply today. To apply, simply submit a cover letter and resume by clicking on the apply button. Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume and state if you are applying for full or part time opportunities. Positions to commence on 18 June.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Operations Manager

OPERATIONS MANAGER SCHOOL OF MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES JOONDALUP CAMPUS 98,558 to 111,206 (HEW 8) ONGOING, FULL-TIME Overview The Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing the non-academic work of the School. Reporting to the Executive Dean, the Operations Manager manages the Schools resources, strategic and operational planning activities and governance matters. The Operations Manager is responsible for developing a flexible and responsive team, providing excellent service staff and students. The key responsibilities of this role include Working in partnership with the Executive Dean to ensure adept management of a comprehensive suite of School activities Operational management of the School, including administration of financial, human and physical resources Working with the School Executive team on strategic and operational planning activities Experience The successful applicant must have experience in the following Extensive university experience and understanding of university processes and governance, including academic quality and accreditation requirements A proven record of successful management of a range of operations including physical, human and financial resources Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including experience in leading diverse teams and building a strong ˜can do™ team culture A proven record of initiating and leading successful projects focussed on the development, implementation and management of initiatives in a large, complex work environment to ensure that key priorities are met Demonstrated capacity to establish and develop networks within a large organisation Demonstrated skill in high-quality oral and written communication Demonstrated capacity to manage the development and maintenance of formal agreements, including liaison with key stakeholders and Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to resolve conflict and work collaboratively with others Well-developed problem-solving skills with the ability to innovate and effectively implement solutions on time You will also demonstrate personal attributes that are congruent with the University™s values of Integrity, Respect, Rational Inquiry and Personal Excellence. Benefits Remuneration This full time, ongoing position attracts remuneration of 98,558 to 111,206 plus 17 University superannuation contribution. ECU supports a worklife balance for staff. Benefits such as flexible working arrangements may also be negotiated to meet your personal circumstances. ECU has an Award-winning Health and Wellness Program and an extensive range of staff benefits across entertainment, financial, health, travel and consumer goods and services. For information on the benefits of working at ECU, please visit our website Employment Opportunities. Contact Interested applicants are welcome to call Professor Moira Sim (Executive Dean, School of Medical and Health Sciences) on 08 63043678 for more information. The interview date is planned for the afternoon of 21 August 2018. How to Apply Please upload your resume along with a statement (maximum 3 pages) addressing the dot points listed above (referenced under the heading œExperience). Closing Date Applications close on 9 August 2018 at 11.30pm (AWST). PLEASE NOTE BECAUSE THIS IS AN ONGOING POSITION, APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM CANDIDATES WHO HAVE EITHER PERMANENT RESIDENCY OR AUSTRALIAN CITIZENSHIP. ECU is diverse and inclusive workplace reflecting the differences in society. Specific strategies and initiatives are in place to address underrepresentation of specific groups. Applications are encouraged from suitably qualified people from all backgrounds.

location Perth WA 6027, Australia


Revenue Assurance Officer

Integrated Technology Services (ITS) is part of the Linfox Armaguard Group Pty Ltd, Australias largest and most sophisticated currency management business. We are a leading provider of integrated and innovative payments related technology solutions in banking, retail and hospitality, primarily by delivering the latest technology in ATMs. We are proud to consistently deliver high quality hardware, software, monitoring and maintenance solutions to our customers and therefore have a leading service offering in the cash payments industry. As a Revenue Assurance Officer working 2 days per week, you will be responsible for managing the profitability and administration of ITS service contracts. You will ensure the accuracy, timeliness and completeness of customer billing for ITS. This will involve monthly invoicing, working with other ITS business streams and liaising with the client to ensure contractual obligations for billing and auditing purposes are met. You will also be involved in the ongoing analytical review and reporting on service contract revenue and profitability. To be successful in the role you must have proven high attention to detail skills coupled with strong customer service experience ideally gained from a billing or revenue assurance background within an operational or service delivery environment. You will have a demonstrated ability to quickly build relationships with customers and colleagues using your effective verbal and written communication skills. Well provide the ideal candidate with a range of benefits, including ongoing training, career development and a professional and friendly team environment. If this sounds like a career for you, please submit an application form and attach your covering letter and resume. Successful applicants will be required to undergo pre-employment checks including a criminal history check, credit check and drug and alcohol screen. ITS, part of the Linfox Armaguard Group Pty Ltd is an equal opportunity employer.

location Frenchs Forest NSW 2086, Australia


Levy and Processing Officer

We are seeking two Levy and Data Processing Officers who will be responsible for processing and verifiying data lodged by building surveyors in their monthly building permit levy returns. This includes undertaking exception processing, responding to enquiries and liaising with internal and external stakeholders. Key Selection Criteria To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate Previous experience in a similar role involving the data and revenue processing, with experience in providing guidance to clients. Proven ability to identify trends and gaps in data and information. Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills and ability to liaise and communicate effectively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment to meet business objectives, with minimal supervision. Proficiency in the use of Information Technology tools including Microsoft Office and experience in the use of databases. Why work for the VBA? Work for the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) and you will join a values-based organisation who invests in employees. Our value We Problem Solve, We Work as One and We Deliver. Benefits of working for the VBA include Flexible working arrangements Employee health and wellbeing initiatives Employee learning and development opportunities To find out more about why its great to work for the VBA, visit Careers at www.vba.vic.gov.au Salary Details Base salary in the Grade 2.1 range of 50,828 - 58,050 per annum (plus 9.5 super), will be negotiated with the successful candidate, depending on skills and experience. Application Process For full job details and to apply, click Apply Now below.The VBA job application process requires you to Upload your current resume, cover letter, proof of your right to work in Australia (citizenship or residency document or Australia working visa) and any qualifications relevant to the role. Complete the questionnaire provided after you click ˜Next at the bottom of the application page Candidates are not required to address all selection criteria, only those listed in the questionnaire. Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted Standard recruitment practice applies, which may include interviewing, skillscompetency testing, reference checking andor other selection processes. Applications due by midnight on Sunday 29 July 2018. No agencies please.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Personal Assistant - Enterprise Advisory - Melbourne

Permanent full time role in fast paced, client-focused environment Hands on support for 2 Partners, 2 Directors and the broader Enterprise Advisory practice Highly collaborative, supportive, flexible and people focused KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. We have an exciting opportunity for either a Personal Assistant to join the Melbourne team. Your new role Multi-tasking and managing competing priorities daily, you will provide first class administrative support to the Partners, Directors and wider teams as needed. As a key interface, you will cultivate collaborative relationships and provide an exceptional level of service, information and advice. Your day will include - Managing emails and diaries, organising meetings, expenses management and arranging domesticinternational travel Providing administration support across busy teams including client events, presentations and reporting Proactively managing workflow on behalf of the Partner and Director Fast and accurate processing of client and internal documentation Working autonomously and managing confidential information You bring to the role Confidence, personal presentation and communication skills suited to liaising at executive levels Relevant experience supporting senior teams in a fast paced, corporate environment, preferably in professional services A strong sense of accountability and a commitment to delivering quality service Self-motivation, initiative and prioritisation skills Excellent organisation skills and attention to detail Intermediate to high level skills in the Microsoft Office suite with SAP experience preferred What we offer you We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our peoples wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. Next steps? Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online including your resume and cover letter.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Customer Satisfaction Coordinator - Fairfield

About Us Komatsu Forklift Australia promotes, sells, hires and Services the full range of Komatsu Forklifts. Our forklifts range from 1.8 t though to 25t Forklifts, we offer warehousing equipment, side loaders and Kevrek Cranes. Komatsu Forklift Australia is committed to providing exceptional Solutions and Service to our customers. The Opportunity An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Customer Satisfaction Coordinator to join our team based in Head Office. Reporting to the General Manager OperationsCredit Administration Manager this position will be responsible for providing administrative and clerical support including Customer Satisfaction Administration and service invoice processing, taking phone enquiries, customer service support and completing and collating relevant reports plus induction renewals as required. The Role Manage and perform all administrative duties as required, maintaining a high quality of work and liaising with all KFAP personnel customers Ensure all site training Matrix and site compliances are met and updated as changes occur plus customer inductions Ensure all customers are provided with optimal levels of service in the shortest possible time Maintain excellent relationships with peers, management and staff and foster good relationships between customers and all departments Complete daily reports assist with Branch administration Complete all document control functions in an efficient manner Undertake other administrative duties as required by General Manager OperationsCredit Administration Manager To be considered for this position you must have Minimum 3 years administration experience in a similar position Advanced Microsoft Office program experience, Pronto data entry skills Excellent interpersonal skills, professional, friendly manner and professional presentation Highly effective written and oral communication skills to liaise with management, staff and customers The ability to communicate effectively and clearly with the Customer and Komatsu personnel An excellent understanding and commitment to safety and the environment Be energetic and passionate, with the ability to work with minimal supervision Well-developed written and oral skills To apply please click on the Apply button below and complete our online application form. Applications close 5 August 2018

location Fairfield St, Chester Hill NSW 2162, Australia


Office Manager

Office Manager to join an entrepreneurial and innovative start-up business in a broad a diverse role. Due to continued growth this dynamic business is looking for an outstanding hands-on Office Manager. You will take ownership of all internal processes and workflows from beginning to end to ensure smooth and functional running of their CBD office of 80 people. There is scope to make this position your own by implementing new workflow processes, showing initiative and voicing new ideas. Reporting into the HR Director of the business, you will be responsible for overseeing all day-to-day office management and assist with administrative support for the CEO. Your responsibilities may include, but are not limited to Oversee reception area and 1st point of contact for general enquiries Facilities management Ordering stationary and kitchen supplies Travel planning Event management Filing, data entry and reporting Quotes and supplier negotiation Liaison with Payroll and IT Support HR Administration and contract generation Other projects to support day-to-day running of the business The role will suit a person with previous experience as an office manager with advanced computer literacy, attention to detail, excellent communication skills, ability to deal with suppliers, ability to exposure to payroll and accounts would be a huge bonus. We are looking for someone with a can-do attitude and great time management skills to join this fast-paced and dynamic team. Apply today

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Bid Coordinator

Global Engineering Consultancy Great team environment Flexible work culture About SMEC SMEC has joined forces with Surbana Jurong to provide global engineering and consultancy expertise in urban, infrastructure and management advisory. Our new partnership has created a talent pool of 10,000 dedicated people working across a network of 100 offices in 40 countries. SMEC employs passionate and innovative people who are driven to deliver exceptional outcomes and who want to feel valued in a diverse and inclusive workplace. We are committed to developing our people. We encourage them to see things differently, to be creative, to push boundaries and to work on a broad range of projects that help build a better future. Consistently recognised for technical excellence and design innovation, SMEC continues to receive industry awards and accolades from around the world. Engineering News Record (ENR) currently ranks SMEC in the top 50 of the ˜2016 Top 225 International Design Firms™ and 69th in the ˜2016 Top 150 Global Design Firms™. The Role A great opportunity for an experienced Bid Submissions Coordinator to join our growing team. Reporting to our National Team Leader - Bidding Submissions and supported by a team of engineers, coordinators and administrators, this is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys stakeholder engagement, project management and marketing to work collaboratively with other internal stakeholders and assist in the preparation, development and submission of high quality proposals. Daily duties will include but wont be limited to Analysing RFT documentation to ensure that the key win themes are extracted Liaising with relevant stakeholders to clarify tender requirements where needed Ensuring pre-qualification questionnaires and all tender documentation is completed Working closely with SMEs to obtain relevant information Drafting and reviewing non technical bid content including executive summaries Ensuring that high quality bids are submitted in a timely manner About you To be considered for this role, you will have Minimum 5 years experience in a similar role gained from the construction or engineering industry Demonstrable experience in producing quality outcomes within an environment with competing demands and tight deadlines The ability to work independently towards achieving objectives without supervision Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Abilityconfidence to engage with stakeholders at all levels Excellent organisation and time management skills Some graphic design experience preferred but not essential In return, SMEC offers you the benefits that come from working in a global multidisciplinary consultancy in an environment where your fresh ideas and enthusiasm will be welcomed and rewarded. How to apply All applications must be submitted online. To apply, click on the Apply Now link below and follow the prompts. For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please contact Nancy Onyeka, 02 99007185 nancy.onyekasmec.com To find out more about SMEC, please visit our careers page at httpwww.smec.com. SMEC is committed to equitable recruitment practices and encourages applications from peoples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Personal Assistant - National Chartered Accounting Firm

40ph + super 3 Month Contract - potential for extension 30th July Start Great Culture and Benefits The Company This leading National Chartered Accounting firm have been in operation for over 25 years and have over 700 employees throughout their offices. The pride themselves on having a solid reputation in the industry and work with many high profile companies and individuals. They run a very professional office, but at the same time enjoy many social events and staff benefits. Your Role You will work closely with 3 busy Partners. You will have strong excel skills, excellent attention to detail and be a go getter with a positive, can do attitude. Confidentially and discretion is an absolute must for this role as you will have access to a lot of sensitive information. The Day to Day Diary management for the Partners Submitting ASIC lodgements Preparation of Business Correspondence Billing, provisions and expense reconciliation Conducting research undertaking specific projects as required to support the Partners Travel Coordination Skills and Experience Strong Personal Assistant Experience Excellent Communication Skills Superb attention to detail Excellent MS Office Abilities Polished, professional presentation

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Executive Assistant - Faculty Executive

Salary up to 77K plus 17 superannuation 35 hour week Benefits include flexible work practices, child care centres, generous parental leave and support to carers UTS has a bold vision to be a world-leading university of technology. We are a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney, consistently ranked the top young university in Australia. With a culturally diverse campus life and extensive international exchange and research programs, UTS prepares graduates for the workplaces of today and tomorrow. The Deans Unit of DAB is the hub for decision making support and central support services for the faculty. You will be joining a team of passionate and intellectual individuals who are working together with purpose and vision working towards creating a brighter global future. Working as an Executive Assistant, you will provide critical support services to two senior executives, the Associate Dean Teaching and Learning and the Faculty General Manager. You will be working within a supportive, open and dynamic team culture. Your level head, ability to nurture a broad range of working relationships, and ability to work through problems to find solutions, will be highly prized. You will be part of a team where everybody matters, and where you are empowered to support the success of the faculty. You will be nurtured in an environment that cares about your success and career growth. The progressive team at DAB value continuous learning and improvement as they support the faculty in developing and shaping the future. Be part of something exciting. To succeed in this role you will have Experience in the provision of high-level executive assistance Demonstrated experience in provision of secretarial and committee services Project and event coordination experience Experience in the provision of excellent client service Ability to exercise initiative appropriately and to be adaptable. For the full list of the selection criteria and role responsibilities please click apply and download the position description from the link below this advertisement. Remuneration Base Salary Range 67,614 to 77,351 pa (HEW 5) This role attracts 17 superannuation in addition to the base salary. Our commitment to worklife support includes benefits such as flexible work practices, child care centres, generous parental leave and support to carers. This position is full-time and appointment will be made on a continuing basis . How To Apply Prior to commencing your application for IRC108890, please review the Position Description and the relevant selection criteria, which you are required to address in your submission in a separate document. Please note that only those applications submitted via the UTS online recruitment system will be accepted. Current UTS employees should apply through their UTS Employee Self Service function. As you will be unable to save your application once started, please have all required documents and information available prior to commencing. Assistance with registering and making your application is available on our Jobs at UTS webpage. Please ensure that the file name for each document submitted includes IRC108890. Enquiries regarding the role may be directed to Rod Ko Rodney.kouts.edu.au Specific enquiries or issues with your application may be directed to Julie Small, Recruitment Consultant, on 02 9514 2039 or Julie.smalluts.edu.au Closing Date Please note that there is no official closing date for this role and we will be shortlisting as applications are received so you are encouraged to submit early. We are committed to diversity and social inclusion, evidenced by our WGEA Employer of Choice citation, Wingara Indigenous Employment Strategy and the UTS Access and Inclusion Plan. We welcome applications from women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles), Indigenous Australians, people with disability, those who identify as LGBTIQ and applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Business Assistant (Finance focus)

A career at Arup offers you the chance to make a positive difference in the world. Independently owned and independently minded, we attract a diverse mix of people to work on ground breaking projects around the world. Arup is the creative force at the heart of many of the world™s most prominent projects in the built environment. We offer a broad range of professional services that combine to make a real difference to our clients and the communities in which we work. We are truly global, and our 13,000 planners, designers, engineers and consultants around the world deliver innovative projects with creativity and passion. Due to the growth of our business and an expanded portfolio of projects, an exciting opportunity exists for a highly motivated Business Administrator to join our team. As part of the Building Groups Team, the Business Administrator will provide commercial, administrative and secretarial support the Southern Buildings Group (VICSA) in the Melbourne office. The strong focus for this role will be commercial management including Preparation of management reports an actual against business plan budget Provide management reporting to Senior Business Analyst, Commercial Manager and Group Leader Action cash flow management processes Assist Project Managers to manage their project finances and provide tools and suggestions for improvement Organisation of purchase orders, creditor invoice approval and preparation of invoices Assist with production of documentation, ensuring compliance with Arup Standards and Corporate Guidelines General administrative tasks including but not limited to preparation of presentations, agendas, papers, minutes and bookings You will have demonstrated Relevant industry experience in administration Microsoft Office 2010 (interadvanced) Experience with Financial Management Systems and Document Management Systems Excellent literacy and numeracy skills Experience in creating and issuing invoices Knowledge of databases with the ability to collate and analyse data Report Analysis skills and experience Ability to communicate with people at all levels in both technical and non-technical environments Proactive and collaborative approach to work. You will possess demonstrated excellent attention to detail along with high-level verbal and written communication skills. The ability to work independently and as part of a team is essential. On offer is a competitive salary, generous benefits including profit share and birthday leave, and a truly unique corporate culture. This is your opportunity to make a progressive career move with a global market leader The people at Arup are driven to find a better way and to deliver better solutions for our clients. If you are interested in helping us shape a better world, apply using the link below. œIt is not the wish to expand, but the quest for quality which has brought us to this position¦ to do work of quality, we must have people of quality. There are many kinds of quality, and there are many kinds of jobs to do, so we must have many kinds of people, each of which can do their own job well. Ove Arup, 1970.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Stock Control and Registration Clerk

STOCK CONTROL REGISTRATIONS CLERK Port City Autos currently have a position available for a Permanent Full Time Stock ControlRegistration Clerk to support the sales function of the dealership by carrying out various processing duties in a timely and accurate manner. Attention to detail is also required, as this is a vital role with respect to the business to maintain quality levels and accreditation with franchisors, Office of Fair Trading and Queensland Transport. What the role entails REGISTRATIONS Register vehicles in line with Dealership guidelines Complete and authorise registrations Process internal paperwork concerning deliveries Support sales departments as required Reconciliations General housekeeping STOCK CONTROL Effective time management Setting deliveries Completing stock swaps when necessary End of month reconciliation RDA and manufacturer target data entry What we are looking for Knowledge of Motor Dealership systems and basic understanding of automotive industry Qld registration accreditation Experience in Reynolds and Reynolds Pentana computer systems Strong communication skills and the ability to interact with people Word and excel experience

location Queensland 4655, Australia


Customer Service & Admin Support

The Company This respected, Australian owned company is in its 55th year, and has an excellent reputation for product innovation and quality. We research, develop and manufacture professional hairdressing salon products and have a network of our own representatives as well as wholesale distributors. Located in Alexandria, we are close to public transport. Free on-site parking available. What this Position Entails Important 1st step in customer satisfaction Process customer orders Manage delivery queries from customers Phone support Sales Web enquiries Processing credit card payments Office Clerical, daily mail, banking Assist with administration tasks as required Skills and Experience you Need 1 to 2 years™ experience working in an office role is preferred Self-motivated to meet deadlines, highly organised, and natural attention to detail Multi-tasking skills Excellent English Communication skills A friendly, confident phone manner A neat, office-appropriate, informal presentation looks good. Must have current Driver™s Licence What you need to do to apply If you meet the criteria click apply now to forward an up-to-date CV and Cover Letter expressing why you believe you are suitable for this position. Please Note Only apply if you have Permanent Residency or Citizenship. Thank you to all who have an interest in this position however, we will only be able to contact Applicants who meet the criteria.

location Alexandria Ln, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia


Executive Assistant to the CEO AFL NT

ABOUT US Our goal here at the AFL is to enhance and grow the game across all states and all levels “ from grassroots to elite. As one team, we put on the game, build participation, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, and collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. Our roles may vary but we are all united by our common goal, to leave the game in an even more extraordinary place. ABOUT THE ROLE The purpose of this role is to provide Executive Assistant support to the CEO - AFL Northern Territory and overall office administration for the organisations state head office, as well as state administration support. This is a pivotal role within the organisation as the first point of contact for the CEO and the efficient management of the office and key business functions. This role will also be responsible for providing local HR support. Please note employment in this position is subject to a satisfactory criminal history record check. The successful candidate is required to possess a valid ˜working with children™ check. The AFL has extensive procedures and checks in place to protect children and young people in our organisation. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF Executive Assistant Duties Assistance across the Executive Team where applicable CEO diary and schedule management Preparation, distribution and follow up of all materials and correspondence on a confidential basis as required initiate and respond to correspondence on behalf of the CEO where applicable Screen, monitor and respond to incoming telephone calls, mail and emails in order of urgency and relay messages as necessary. Manage the planning, preparation, catering and running of all Executive and Senior Management Meetings including preparing and distributing pre-reading, minute and action taking and distributing Manage the planning, preparation, catering, travel requirements and running of all AFLNT Board Meetings including preparing and distributing papers and taking minutes Meeting and greeting all guests of the CEO at the office Assisting with all administrative tasks such as printing, collating, etc. Key contact for all departments across the national business including Finance, IT, Human Resources, Insurance, Ticketing, etc. Organising state-wide monthly staff meetings including preparing agendas, afternoon teas and IT requirements Office Administration Duties First point of contact for all office related key business functions Liaise with Melbourne Head Office on matters of office financials insurance, IT, etc. Management of AFLNT Reception Management of AFL Northern Territory Motor Vehicle Fleet including all vehicle related matters Coordinate staff meetings and functions as required incl. logistics sourcing venues and arranging communications equipment Assist with AFLNT Major Events as required Manage AFL Accreditations for AFLNT staff Human Resources Finalise position descriptions with assistance from managers Coordinate assessments such as interviews and pre-employment checks as needed Prepare IT, building access and compliance requirements for new starters Provide managers with relevant induction probation information for new starters Implement local induction program Assist with coordination of Training Development activities Coordinate Health Wellbeing activities Travel Accommodation Manage and oversee the booking of all travel and accommodation Coordinate, and confirm flight itineraries and accommodation as required Change confirmed itineraries as necessary Accounts Management Undertake routine payment and reconciliation of incoming invoices, expenses and credit card statements Keep administration costs as low as possible Processing Administration cost centre invoices strict financial management of the Administration cost centre as well as management of the state-wide travel credit card Assist with local finance support as required OUR IDEAL TEAM MEMBER Mandatory 3-5 years™ experience as an Executive Assistant Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills Excellent record keeping skills Ability to form relationships with senior staff Demonstrates a high level of experience in Microsoft Office software suite Excellent personal presentation Discretion when dealing with confidential information Able to deal confidently with people from all levels Desirable HR experience or qualifications Have a keen interest in sport OUR CULTURE httpwww.afl.com.aucareersexperience-extraordinary THE PERKS We believe in a Healthy Mind, Healthy Body and Healthy Workplace and our staff have access to an extensive Health and Wellbeing program My Development “ all employees have access to the AFL™s My development program which consists of on the job training, coaching and mentoring and formal learning. AFL Staff Footy Memberships “ easy access to the game, staff can share these with family and friends My Benefits “ staff have access to over 350 discounts with some of the biggest retailers and the AFL™s Corporate Partners HOW TO APPLY Click APPLY Closing Date Sunday 29 July 2018

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


State Sales Administrator

At Delegat we are building a leading global Super Premium wine company. Our business has grown more than tenfold since 2003 and to support future growth plans, we have invested in state-of-the-art wineries and world class vineyards in New Zealand and Australia. We have an exciting opportunity to join our QLD team as the State Sales Administrator. This is a great role to get a foot in the door with a Global organisation that values career progression and is passionate about hiring future leaders. We are seeking a self motivated and enthusiastic person to support our highly successful on-road sales team based in Banyo, QLD. The State Sales Administrator is an exciting role offering variety, a supportive team environment and a positive work culture. Reporting to the State Sales Manager, the State Sales Administrator will work closely with the sales team, as well as the national administration team. This dynamic role will require the successful candidate to perform and manage a variety of tasks in support of the sales team in a fast paced and reactive environment. The key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to Providing administration support to our on-road sales team Maintaining and updating our customer database Coordinating the consumer tasting program Assisting with customer orders and new account setup Coordinating and producing point of sale material Providing support to the State Sales Manager Applicants should ideally have previous experience preferably in a sales support function, have a keen attention to detail, strong technicalcomputer skills, superb customer service and interpersonal skills, and the drive and motivation to be successful in a high performance business. Tertiary qualifications are well regarded but not essential. If you are interested in a position that will take you places, please apply. Make a difference. Be the difference.

location Brisbane St, Silver Spring, MD 20902, USA


Team Assistant- Progress your career in Financial Services!

This successful financial services company is looking for an addition to their Investments team. Working for such a high profile team is sure to look good on your CV and who knows where it could lead This fantastic opportunity could be yours If you are an experienced Team or Personal Assistant who has the necessary skills then read on¦ The role provides support to Portfolio Managers and Research Analysts. As a team player you will be used to working to the demands of several key players and knowing how to prioritise. Not only will you be responsible for day to day admin, diary management, travel, conferences and supporting the team as required, but also assisting with last minute PowerPoint presentations and going above and beyond. You will be able to multi task and love being organised. Great attention to detail is a must. With a background in Financial Services you will already be familiar with financial terminology and be able to use your own initiative. Your excellent communication skills will see you succeed in this role. Being a whizz at Microsoft office you will be able to assist with everything from simple Word documents to complex PowerPoint presentations. You will also need to access databases to retrieve financial information so you can™t be afraid of numbers. Your commitment and enthusiasm to the role will be rewarded with a great salary and working for a top Financial Services Company. Previous experience in a financial environment, especially Funds Management, is desirable. Sound like the perfect role? Apply to Claire today

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Office Manager

Community Manager Regus is changing the way people work. As the worlds largest providers of flexible workplace solutions, Regus allows solopreneurs, small business, remote workers and large global companies to work however, wherever, and whenever they need to. We operate in over 120 countries, 900 cities and 3000 locations, and we still think of ourselves as a high-growth start-up “ opening one new centre around the world, every day Our mission is to enable our customers to do the best work of their lives, wherever their business takes them. In addition to central business districts in cities across the globe, our customers can now find us in airports, railway stations, retail parks, libraries, universities, and even on highways. Many of the worlds leading brands, such as Google, Cisco and BMW, have grown with Regus. Every day, we help hundreds of thousands of people across the world stay flexible, and stay productive “ so they can focus on doing their best work. Foremost our Senior Receptionist, known as a Community Manager, welcomes everyone at Regus. In this position you are the one making the immediate distinction between the competition and us, so its important to represent Regus each day. Were looking for someone whos able to transmit positive energy to our business community a sparkling, enthusiastic, determined individual who feels confident within Regus and willing to go that extra mile. What makes it all work? Our People We achieve our outstanding results through our people. It is our customer focused people who are making business happen. They are behind out fantastic success and incredible growth. Why join Regus as a Community Manager in Brisbane? You have a passion for Customer Service and creating amazing workspace environments Our career opportunities have no boundaries Our people are amazing, energetic, driven, passionate and competitive “ we do our best for our customers You can help change the future of the way people work Community Managers are the heartbeat of every one of our locations. They own our customer experience and all operational functions of a centre, while serving as a backup for the Area Manager, as needed, by conducting centre tours for prospective customers. Key Accountabilities Ensure you have happy customers in your community Resolve or escalate customer queries Ensure your centre is always up to standard Conduct tours of your centre, showcasing your centre to potential new customers Look for revenue opportunities to help customers expand their business Retain existing customers in your own community Day-to-day management of your centre team Manage and set up events for members of our workspace community About you We truly believe that we have the best people in our teams and look forward to welcoming more talent as we grow A natural people person with exceptional Customer Service skills 3-4 years of experience in a customer service andor retailsales role, ideally in multinational organisation will be looked upon favourably. Living in Melbourne area is a must. Fluent in English. PC literate Customer Sales oriented. Generate, build and effectively service valuable customer partnerships Relationship Management. Build and maintain strong relationships with various stakeholders Results driven. Meet or exceed expectations. Problem solving and analysis. Actively handle problems, propose effective solutions in line with the analysed information Team work. Able to contribute to a team environment towards a common goal Brings positivity into work every day. Is excited by change and resilient to pressure Strong persuasive communicator. Youre equally as comfortable writing a corporate communication as having a friendly chat in the kitchen and leave customers feeling impressed valued when they have a complaintAdaptable. Each day to the next maybe different, you need to be able to respond to change weather this is a global change affecting policies or procedures or the task that you are actioning to support the companies objectives. Solid organisational skills. You can prioritise in a demanding environment, and are consistently reliable “ a safe pair of hands If this sounds like you wed love to meet you and offer you A great career opportunity “ as the business grows so can you. Or if you have aspirations further afield take advantage of our global opportunities across 120 countries worldwide A voice “ we value the different backgrounds of our team and want to hear their ideas so we can grow together Fantastic team environment - we all work hard, but more importantly we support each other. This position is not available for agency applications.

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