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    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$100,000 - AU$110,000 per year
    • full-time
    You will be reporting to the Technical Systems Manager, and be responsible on a job by job and/or client by client basis for the programming and delivery of project solutions. The ideal candidate will have experience with Smart Lighting Systems.This includes but is not limited to:1. Carry out on-site electrical works including repairs, maintenance, installationtesting, certification, and completion of electrical safety certificates.2. Manage individual projects as instructed by and with the support from theManager, and in accordance with the Employers forms, policies and procedures.3. Commissioning of technical systems4. Management of subcontractors, as required on a job by job basis.5. Routine testing and maintenance services for systems and products in accordancewith Australian Standards6. Carry out site audits and collate documentation for presentation7. Complete electrical COCs in accordance with local regulations8. Reporting processes and procedures, (client reports & internal document control) RESPONSIBILITIES1. Carry out duties as described in this Position Description2. Maintain a current and relevant driver’s license and trade license3. Work interstate if required4. Complete training if requested by the Employer5. Manage time effectively6. Observe the duty of fidelity towards the Employer and treat as confidentially allcompany information7. Follow safe working practices and report possible safety hazards and “near misses”to management.8. Strictly adhere to all relevant Australian Standards and Codes of Practices.9. Strictly adhere to all company policies, procedures, instructions and directives.10. Strictly adhere to company quality assurance and quality control requirements.11. Strictly adhere to the Industry Grievance Procedures.12. Maintain good relationships with clients and fellow employees13. Improve customer service with image and improved housekeeping.14. Adopt a work ethic that will lead to increased productivity and keep all rework toan absolute minimum. SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONElectrical Worker LicenceMicrosoft Office SkillsStrong IT SkillsManagement training and experience an advantagePunctuality and time management skills essentialNSW Drivers’ LicenseIf interested in the role please apply, or contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTADm: 0400666682e: spencer.prior@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    You will be reporting to the Technical Systems Manager, and be responsible on a job by job and/or client by client basis for the programming and delivery of project solutions. The ideal candidate will have experience with Smart Lighting Systems.This includes but is not limited to:1. Carry out on-site electrical works including repairs, maintenance, installationtesting, certification, and completion of electrical safety certificates.2. Manage individual projects as instructed by and with the support from theManager, and in accordance with the Employers forms, policies and procedures.3. Commissioning of technical systems4. Management of subcontractors, as required on a job by job basis.5. Routine testing and maintenance services for systems and products in accordancewith Australian Standards6. Carry out site audits and collate documentation for presentation7. Complete electrical COCs in accordance with local regulations8. Reporting processes and procedures, (client reports & internal document control) RESPONSIBILITIES1. Carry out duties as described in this Position Description2. Maintain a current and relevant driver’s license and trade license3. Work interstate if required4. Complete training if requested by the Employer5. Manage time effectively6. Observe the duty of fidelity towards the Employer and treat as confidentially allcompany information7. Follow safe working practices and report possible safety hazards and “near misses”to management.8. Strictly adhere to all relevant Australian Standards and Codes of Practices.9. Strictly adhere to all company policies, procedures, instructions and directives.10. Strictly adhere to company quality assurance and quality control requirements.11. Strictly adhere to the Industry Grievance Procedures.12. Maintain good relationships with clients and fellow employees13. Improve customer service with image and improved housekeeping.14. Adopt a work ethic that will lead to increased productivity and keep all rework toan absolute minimum. SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONElectrical Worker LicenceMicrosoft Office SkillsStrong IT SkillsManagement training and experience an advantagePunctuality and time management skills essentialNSW Drivers’ LicenseIf interested in the role please apply, or contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTADm: 0400666682e: spencer.prior@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • temporary
    • including superannuation
    • part-time
    Relief Teachers! Tell us your location and school preferences for a quicker match close to home for you. Now is the time to apply as we approach the busiest time for casual and relief teaching needs.Opportunities immediately in Oatlands, North Parramatta, West Mead, North Mead and more locations. If we have not mentioned your suburb here, please apply and talk to your consultant -we will find you work.Randstad Education offers teachers a dedicated consultant who will guide you through the registration process and works with you to determine which schools and areas are best fitted to your needs.All Randstad Teachers enjoy discounts on fuel, groceries, school supplies, retail, entertainment and more!We have an easy text system in place to allow you to pick up work whenever you want by simply using your mobile phone but we also understand that you may want to speak with us first.You choose where you want to work and how you want to be communicated with.About you:Primary School TeacherValid and Current Department of Education and Training Approval letterNESAValid work rights for AustraliaHave easy access to transportA motivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging and curriculum based learningValid Working with Children ClearanceQualification Requirements:Bachelor of Education or Masters in Primary Education gained from a recognised Australian University or tertiary institution (or NESA accredited) Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB buttonYour CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received.*Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Questions? Call our Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1)Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Relief Teachers! Tell us your location and school preferences for a quicker match close to home for you. Now is the time to apply as we approach the busiest time for casual and relief teaching needs.Opportunities immediately in Oatlands, North Parramatta, West Mead, North Mead and more locations. If we have not mentioned your suburb here, please apply and talk to your consultant -we will find you work.Randstad Education offers teachers a dedicated consultant who will guide you through the registration process and works with you to determine which schools and areas are best fitted to your needs.All Randstad Teachers enjoy discounts on fuel, groceries, school supplies, retail, entertainment and more!We have an easy text system in place to allow you to pick up work whenever you want by simply using your mobile phone but we also understand that you may want to speak with us first.You choose where you want to work and how you want to be communicated with.About you:Primary School TeacherValid and Current Department of Education and Training Approval letterNESAValid work rights for AustraliaHave easy access to transportA motivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging and curriculum based learningValid Working with Children ClearanceQualification Requirements:Bachelor of Education or Masters in Primary Education gained from a recognised Australian University or tertiary institution (or NESA accredited) Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB buttonYour CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received.*Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Questions? Call our Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1)Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$30.00 - AU$45.00 per hour
    • part-time
    Your new role: Provide high-quality customer service to all internal and external stakeholders by phone & email. Be a part of our National Contact and Coordination Centre (NCCC) in Parramatta that operates 24 hours 7 days a week. Provide excellent customer service by responding to high volume inbound callsMonitor and take appropriate actions to ensure work orders are completed within contractual service level agreementsMaintain and update various databases, spreadsheets and documentsWhat are the perks?Work from home or convenient Parramatta location - close to public transport (no on-site parking available)Supportive, friendly and diverse office environment Comprehensive onboarding training program designed to set you up for success What we are looking for:Previous customer service experience essential in any industry Must be tech savvy, we use multiple systems and screens Above all, we are looking for people who genuinely care about their customers and want to make a positive impact on other people's lives. If your values align with this and you thrive being in a busy and diverse workplace, then we want to meet you!You must have valid working rights in Australia to be eligible for this role. If successful, you must be comfortable completing a workplace medical assessment, police check & reference checks.
    Your new role: Provide high-quality customer service to all internal and external stakeholders by phone & email. Be a part of our National Contact and Coordination Centre (NCCC) in Parramatta that operates 24 hours 7 days a week. Provide excellent customer service by responding to high volume inbound callsMonitor and take appropriate actions to ensure work orders are completed within contractual service level agreementsMaintain and update various databases, spreadsheets and documentsWhat are the perks?Work from home or convenient Parramatta location - close to public transport (no on-site parking available)Supportive, friendly and diverse office environment Comprehensive onboarding training program designed to set you up for success What we are looking for:Previous customer service experience essential in any industry Must be tech savvy, we use multiple systems and screens Above all, we are looking for people who genuinely care about their customers and want to make a positive impact on other people's lives. If your values align with this and you thrive being in a busy and diverse workplace, then we want to meet you!You must have valid working rights in Australia to be eligible for this role. If successful, you must be comfortable completing a workplace medical assessment, police check & reference checks.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • base + super + commission
    • full-time
    8 week onboarding and ongoing development opportunitiesLatest recruitment technologyExtensive learning & development courses on offerRandstad is the global market leading recruitment company in the world and spans over 40 countries. But it's not about the big numbers for us - we are all about people - putting our candidates and clients and staff first in everything we do. Our actions influence the lives of individuals every day so we care about making the right connections between our valued candidates and clients. About your role Are you fired up by creative problem solving for clients, or is the thrill of closing a deal what motivates you? As a trainee recruitment consultant at our Parramatta branch, you have the opportunity to use your existing skills and be supported to develop a rewarding career with outstanding earning potential. You will connect people with meaningful employment in a wide range of industries all across Australia on a daily basis and be rewarded for making a real difference to peoples' lives. What do I need to succeed? Do you have a background in sales, real estate, travel, retail or hospitality? Did you know that your existing skills are extremely transferable! Our L&D team will provide you with ongoing support so that you are able to become a top performing recruiter! As long as you are motivated and want to succeed we can teach you everything you need to know about recruitment. A keen interest or experience working in sales / recruitmentA resilient mindset and highly motivatedExperienced in excelling targetsEnjoy working collaboratively with a teamWhat's in it for me? Base salary + super + uncapped commissionFlexible working optionsDay off on your birthdayExtra day of leave for each year of servicePaid volunteering leaveBrand new laptop & mobileAccess to free health & wellbeing programs - yoga, meditation, discounted fitness clubs and many moreNext steps If you are ready to apply for this opportunity as a Trainee Recruiter at Randstad, please select "Apply Now" At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    8 week onboarding and ongoing development opportunitiesLatest recruitment technologyExtensive learning & development courses on offerRandstad is the global market leading recruitment company in the world and spans over 40 countries. But it's not about the big numbers for us - we are all about people - putting our candidates and clients and staff first in everything we do. Our actions influence the lives of individuals every day so we care about making the right connections between our valued candidates and clients. About your role Are you fired up by creative problem solving for clients, or is the thrill of closing a deal what motivates you? As a trainee recruitment consultant at our Parramatta branch, you have the opportunity to use your existing skills and be supported to develop a rewarding career with outstanding earning potential. You will connect people with meaningful employment in a wide range of industries all across Australia on a daily basis and be rewarded for making a real difference to peoples' lives. What do I need to succeed? Do you have a background in sales, real estate, travel, retail or hospitality? Did you know that your existing skills are extremely transferable! Our L&D team will provide you with ongoing support so that you are able to become a top performing recruiter! As long as you are motivated and want to succeed we can teach you everything you need to know about recruitment. A keen interest or experience working in sales / recruitmentA resilient mindset and highly motivatedExperienced in excelling targetsEnjoy working collaboratively with a teamWhat's in it for me? Base salary + super + uncapped commissionFlexible working optionsDay off on your birthdayExtra day of leave for each year of servicePaid volunteering leaveBrand new laptop & mobileAccess to free health & wellbeing programs - yoga, meditation, discounted fitness clubs and many moreNext steps If you are ready to apply for this opportunity as a Trainee Recruiter at Randstad, please select "Apply Now" At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$115,000 - AU$125,000, per year, Superannuation + Oncall
    • full-time
    Leading Software, Robotics and Automation Logistics company based in Sydney'sWestern Suburbs requires a Full-time permanent Application Support / Technical Analyst.Must be able to work on a rotating roster A) 5am - 1:30pm or B) 1:30pm - 9:00pm Monday to Friday Oncall allowance avaliable Key Responsibilities:Provide level 2 support to external customers either remote or at customer site Assess the performance of the computer system, equipment and maintain a standard of operation making any corrections or improvement. Analyse, Debug, solve and report problems of project specific software Support and maintain both hardware upgrades and software updates Correct processing errors caused by customers Investigate and resolve level 2 support incidents that are escalated by Level 1 team Identify and develop software fixes (java) Provide remote diagnosis of problems as required Technical skills: Complex development experience using Java, HTML, JPA.2x, Junit, Hibernate Strong SQL (oracle, Microsoft) Experience in development tools such as Eclipse, Jenkins, GIT, SVN OR CVS Unix/Linux and network concepts Knowledge of warehouse ,management processes and automation Engineering or Computer science degree Strong communication skills both written and verbal In return my client offers an attractive permanent salary package (increase annually) , parking onsite, Bonus, oncall above market allowance. Must have a valid drivers licence.Please call Alicia Galluzzo @ Randstad Technologies on 0430 119 091 for a Confidential Discussion or just hit the apply button below.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Leading Software, Robotics and Automation Logistics company based in Sydney'sWestern Suburbs requires a Full-time permanent Application Support / Technical Analyst.Must be able to work on a rotating roster A) 5am - 1:30pm or B) 1:30pm - 9:00pm Monday to Friday Oncall allowance avaliable Key Responsibilities:Provide level 2 support to external customers either remote or at customer site Assess the performance of the computer system, equipment and maintain a standard of operation making any corrections or improvement. Analyse, Debug, solve and report problems of project specific software Support and maintain both hardware upgrades and software updates Correct processing errors caused by customers Investigate and resolve level 2 support incidents that are escalated by Level 1 team Identify and develop software fixes (java) Provide remote diagnosis of problems as required Technical skills: Complex development experience using Java, HTML, JPA.2x, Junit, Hibernate Strong SQL (oracle, Microsoft) Experience in development tools such as Eclipse, Jenkins, GIT, SVN OR CVS Unix/Linux and network concepts Knowledge of warehouse ,management processes and automation Engineering or Computer science degree Strong communication skills both written and verbal In return my client offers an attractive permanent salary package (increase annually) , parking onsite, Bonus, oncall above market allowance. Must have a valid drivers licence.Please call Alicia Galluzzo @ Randstad Technologies on 0430 119 091 for a Confidential Discussion or just hit the apply button below.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Based on Experience
    • full-time
    shaping the world of work Behaviour Support Practitioner The Organisation: Join a specialised NDIS registered provider with a team of innovative, highly experienced and passionate Health Professionals that are dedicated to helping people achieve their goals and gain a sense of control and independence in their lives Role Overview: Plan, deliver and evaluate Behavioural support needs to NDIS participants to help them achieve their NDIS goals.Support NDIS participants’ inclusion and participation in the communityProvide services and supports in collaboration with key stakeholdersDemonstrate an understanding and ability to provide services and supports within the parameters of the participant’s available NDIS fundingParticipate in regular professional developmentopportunities to keep up with current developmentsFulfil administrative requirements such as data collection and note takingWhen assigned, supervise and train assistants, volunteers and students, ensuring the maintenance of professional, clinical, ethical and safety standardsEnsure services meet quality service standards and NDIS guidelinesTechnical Competencies Demonstrate knowledge of behavioural therapy assessment tools relevant to role/sectorDemonstrate an ability to assess the equipment needs of a participant in relation to daily activities including; sitting, sleeping, safe transport and personal careAssess the need for modifications to home and other environments accessed by people with a developmental, intellectual or physical disabilityUse appropriate assessment checklist and follow prescription requirements and process when prescribing or recommending equipment such as WheelchairsDemonstrate ability to prescribe adaptive equipment and assistive devices to facilitate and enhance occupational performanceDemonstrate a range of intervention strategies to address needs that relate to activities of daily living, functional performance, fine motor skills, motor planning, sensory processing and integrationBehavioural Competencies: A commitment to a person centred approachExcellent skills in collaboration and demonstrated skills in working in a multidisciplinary teamA commitment to the inclusion and participation of people who have a disability within their local and natural communitiesThe ability to work independentlyExcellent written and verbal communication skillsA commitment to ongoing development of skills and capabilitiesA commitment to using evidence as a basis for practiceHow to Apply: To kick start your career with a leading not for profit organisation, connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    shaping the world of work Behaviour Support Practitioner The Organisation: Join a specialised NDIS registered provider with a team of innovative, highly experienced and passionate Health Professionals that are dedicated to helping people achieve their goals and gain a sense of control and independence in their lives Role Overview: Plan, deliver and evaluate Behavioural support needs to NDIS participants to help them achieve their NDIS goals.Support NDIS participants’ inclusion and participation in the communityProvide services and supports in collaboration with key stakeholdersDemonstrate an understanding and ability to provide services and supports within the parameters of the participant’s available NDIS fundingParticipate in regular professional developmentopportunities to keep up with current developmentsFulfil administrative requirements such as data collection and note takingWhen assigned, supervise and train assistants, volunteers and students, ensuring the maintenance of professional, clinical, ethical and safety standardsEnsure services meet quality service standards and NDIS guidelinesTechnical Competencies Demonstrate knowledge of behavioural therapy assessment tools relevant to role/sectorDemonstrate an ability to assess the equipment needs of a participant in relation to daily activities including; sitting, sleeping, safe transport and personal careAssess the need for modifications to home and other environments accessed by people with a developmental, intellectual or physical disabilityUse appropriate assessment checklist and follow prescription requirements and process when prescribing or recommending equipment such as WheelchairsDemonstrate ability to prescribe adaptive equipment and assistive devices to facilitate and enhance occupational performanceDemonstrate a range of intervention strategies to address needs that relate to activities of daily living, functional performance, fine motor skills, motor planning, sensory processing and integrationBehavioural Competencies: A commitment to a person centred approachExcellent skills in collaboration and demonstrated skills in working in a multidisciplinary teamA commitment to the inclusion and participation of people who have a disability within their local and natural communitiesThe ability to work independentlyExcellent written and verbal communication skillsA commitment to ongoing development of skills and capabilitiesA commitment to using evidence as a basis for practiceHow to Apply: To kick start your career with a leading not for profit organisation, connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$200,000 - AU$300,000 per year
    • full-time
    A position has been newly created as part of our client's significant National growth strategy. To be successful, the ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate project leadership experience in the delivery of $100m+ projects across either oil, gas. waste, mining, or energy sectors. Brief Scope of DutiesYou will be responsible for managing all projects, taking responsibility for each element from conception to delivery. Your team will include Project Manager’s, Consultants, Engineers, Draftsmen, QHSE, and Document Control. Liaising effectively with all teams Nationally, and management of stakeholder relationships will be key, as will team leadership and the ability to drive business growth. You will be an accomplished leader of people and projects, an effective communicator, and be able to demonstrate excellence in dealing with highly regulated industry standards and guidelines. You will be detail oriented, with financial acumen, and have a demonstrable background in project planning on a National scale, project scope definition, and resource management. A construction or engineering background would be highly regarded, as would experience in process development and management, particularly within the waste sector. Overview of ResponsibilitiesYou will assume full responsibility for the design and delivery of existing and new infrastructure projects Nationally. You will have an understanding of working with the Department of Planning, and Surveyors within highly regulated sectors across either engineering or construction.Lead, manage and coordinate the Project Managers, Consultants, and EngineersDefine project scope, goals and deliverables NationallyPlan and coordinate National projects resources to ensure delivery is on time and on budget.Facilitate clients’ project meetings Facilitate all communication to Key Stakeholders with information of any impact on schedule and budget.Prepare status reports by gathering, analysing, and summarising relevant information.Track project costs and prepare cost reports for key stakeholdersEscalate or resolve any project or post-delivery issues At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    A position has been newly created as part of our client's significant National growth strategy. To be successful, the ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate project leadership experience in the delivery of $100m+ projects across either oil, gas. waste, mining, or energy sectors. Brief Scope of DutiesYou will be responsible for managing all projects, taking responsibility for each element from conception to delivery. Your team will include Project Manager’s, Consultants, Engineers, Draftsmen, QHSE, and Document Control. Liaising effectively with all teams Nationally, and management of stakeholder relationships will be key, as will team leadership and the ability to drive business growth. You will be an accomplished leader of people and projects, an effective communicator, and be able to demonstrate excellence in dealing with highly regulated industry standards and guidelines. You will be detail oriented, with financial acumen, and have a demonstrable background in project planning on a National scale, project scope definition, and resource management. A construction or engineering background would be highly regarded, as would experience in process development and management, particularly within the waste sector. Overview of ResponsibilitiesYou will assume full responsibility for the design and delivery of existing and new infrastructure projects Nationally. You will have an understanding of working with the Department of Planning, and Surveyors within highly regulated sectors across either engineering or construction.Lead, manage and coordinate the Project Managers, Consultants, and EngineersDefine project scope, goals and deliverables NationallyPlan and coordinate National projects resources to ensure delivery is on time and on budget.Facilitate clients’ project meetings Facilitate all communication to Key Stakeholders with information of any impact on schedule and budget.Prepare status reports by gathering, analysing, and summarising relevant information.Track project costs and prepare cost reports for key stakeholdersEscalate or resolve any project or post-delivery issues At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • base + super + commission
    • full-time
    8 week onboarding and ongoing development opportunitiesJoin our thriving manufacturing and operations teamExtensive learning & development courses on offerRandstad is the global market leading recruitment company in the world and spans over 40 countries. But it's not about the big numbers for us - we are all about people - putting our candidates and clients and staff first in everything we do. Our actions influence the lives of individuals every day so we care about making the right connections between our valued candidates and clients.About your role Are you fired up by creative problem solving for clients, or is the thrill of closing a deal what motivates you? As a trainee recruitment consultant for our manufacturing and operations team in our Parramatta office, you have the opportunity to use your existing skills and be supported to develop a rewarding career with outstanding earning potential.You will connect people with meaningful employment in a wide range of industries all across Australia on a daily basis and be rewarded for making a real difference to peoples' lives.What do I need to succeed?Do you have a background in sales, real estate, travel, retail or hospitality? Did you know that your existing skills are extremely transferable! Our L&D team will provide you with ongoing support so that you are able to become a top performing recruiter! As long as you are motivated and want to succeed we can teach you everything you need to know about recruitment.A keen interest or experience working in sales / recruitmentA resilient mindset and highly motivatedExperienced in excelling targets Enjoy working collaboratively with a teamWhat's in it for me?Base salary + super + uncapped commissionFlexible working optionsDay off on your birthdayExtra day of leave for each year of servicePaid volunteering leaveBrand new laptop & mobileAccess to free health & wellbeing programs - yoga, meditation, discounted fitness clubs and many moreNext steps If you are ready to apply for this opportunity as a Trainee Recruiter at Randstad, please select "Apply Now"At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    8 week onboarding and ongoing development opportunitiesJoin our thriving manufacturing and operations teamExtensive learning & development courses on offerRandstad is the global market leading recruitment company in the world and spans over 40 countries. But it's not about the big numbers for us - we are all about people - putting our candidates and clients and staff first in everything we do. Our actions influence the lives of individuals every day so we care about making the right connections between our valued candidates and clients.About your role Are you fired up by creative problem solving for clients, or is the thrill of closing a deal what motivates you? As a trainee recruitment consultant for our manufacturing and operations team in our Parramatta office, you have the opportunity to use your existing skills and be supported to develop a rewarding career with outstanding earning potential.You will connect people with meaningful employment in a wide range of industries all across Australia on a daily basis and be rewarded for making a real difference to peoples' lives.What do I need to succeed?Do you have a background in sales, real estate, travel, retail or hospitality? Did you know that your existing skills are extremely transferable! Our L&D team will provide you with ongoing support so that you are able to become a top performing recruiter! As long as you are motivated and want to succeed we can teach you everything you need to know about recruitment.A keen interest or experience working in sales / recruitmentA resilient mindset and highly motivatedExperienced in excelling targets Enjoy working collaboratively with a teamWhat's in it for me?Base salary + super + uncapped commissionFlexible working optionsDay off on your birthdayExtra day of leave for each year of servicePaid volunteering leaveBrand new laptop & mobileAccess to free health & wellbeing programs - yoga, meditation, discounted fitness clubs and many moreNext steps If you are ready to apply for this opportunity as a Trainee Recruiter at Randstad, please select "Apply Now"At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$33.00 - AU$41.00, per hour, Super
    • full-time
    Call centre operatorsMultiple positions | start 9th of August3 month temp, view to extension, opportunity for permanentGranville and CBD | onsite parking, close to public transportHighly competitive pay rate Hourly rate is $33.14 per hr + super (additional loading for Saturdays $41.43 per hr + super)The CompanyInstantly recognised market leader located in the Granville area is in need of experienced, self motivated and committed Call Centre Operators to fill multiple roles within their customer service division.The PositionWorking within a large team environment you will be responsible for answering calls, responding to queries and delivering exceptional customer service.Key ResponsibilitiesAnswer calls in timely and efficient mannerDeliver high level of service to all customersProblem solve situations & provide a resolutionUpdate customer detailsMaintain accurate records of customer callsTransfer escalations and new accounts to another divisionThe CandidateExperience within a similar Call Centre roleAble to manage high volume callsDemonstrate excellent communication skillsAbility to build effective relationshipsBe able to pick up processes and systems quicklyHave high attention to detail and the ability to work in a busy environmentPlease Note:Initially a 3 month contract with the first month consisting of paid training, normal business hoursHourly rate is $33.14 per hr + super (additional loading for Saturdays $41.43 per hr + super)Rotating roster shared with you several weeks in advanceYou must be available to work a 7.5 hour shift between the hours of 8am - 11pm (Monday to Saturday)Required to work a Saturday shift every weekPlease apply directly by clicking apply now and submitting your resume in word format.For a confidential discussion, please call Rameesha on 02 9615 5367 or email rameesha.faraz@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Call centre operatorsMultiple positions | start 9th of August3 month temp, view to extension, opportunity for permanentGranville and CBD | onsite parking, close to public transportHighly competitive pay rate Hourly rate is $33.14 per hr + super (additional loading for Saturdays $41.43 per hr + super)The CompanyInstantly recognised market leader located in the Granville area is in need of experienced, self motivated and committed Call Centre Operators to fill multiple roles within their customer service division.The PositionWorking within a large team environment you will be responsible for answering calls, responding to queries and delivering exceptional customer service.Key ResponsibilitiesAnswer calls in timely and efficient mannerDeliver high level of service to all customersProblem solve situations & provide a resolutionUpdate customer detailsMaintain accurate records of customer callsTransfer escalations and new accounts to another divisionThe CandidateExperience within a similar Call Centre roleAble to manage high volume callsDemonstrate excellent communication skillsAbility to build effective relationshipsBe able to pick up processes and systems quicklyHave high attention to detail and the ability to work in a busy environmentPlease Note:Initially a 3 month contract with the first month consisting of paid training, normal business hoursHourly rate is $33.14 per hr + super (additional loading for Saturdays $41.43 per hr + super)Rotating roster shared with you several weeks in advanceYou must be available to work a 7.5 hour shift between the hours of 8am - 11pm (Monday to Saturday)Required to work a Saturday shift every weekPlease apply directly by clicking apply now and submitting your resume in word format.For a confidential discussion, please call Rameesha on 02 9615 5367 or email rameesha.faraz@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$250,000 - AU$350,000, per year, $30k Car Allowance
    • full-time
    A position has been newly created as part of our client's significant National growth strategy. To be successful, the ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate project leadership experience in the delivery of $100m+ projects across either oil, gas. waste, mining, or energy sectors. Brief Scope of DutiesYou will be responsible for managing all projects, taking responsibility for each element from conception to delivery. Your team will include Project Manager’s, Consultants, Engineers, Draftsmen, QHSE, and Document Control. Liaising effectively with all teams Nationally, and management of stakeholder relationships will be key, as will team leadership and the ability to drive business growth. You will be an accomplished leader of people and projects, an effective communicator, and be able to demonstrate excellence in dealing with highly regulated industry standards and guidelines. You will be detail oriented, with financial acumen, and have a demonstrable background in project planning on a National scale, project scope definition, and resource management. A construction or engineering background would be highly regarded, as would experience in process development and management, particularly within the waste sector. Overview of ResponsibilitiesYou will assume full responsibility for the design and delivery of existing and new infrastructure projects Nationally. You will have an understanding of working with the Department of Planning, and Surveyors within highly regulated sectors across either engineering or construction.Lead, manage and coordinate the Project Managers, Consultants, and EngineersDefine project scope, goals and deliverables NationallyPlan and coordinate National projects resources to ensure delivery is on time and on budget.Facilitate clients’ project meetings Facilitate all communication to Key Stakeholders with information of any impact on schedule and budget.Prepare status reports by gathering, analysing, and summarising relevant information.Track project costs and prepare cost reports for key stakeholdersEscalate or resolve any project or post-delivery issues At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    A position has been newly created as part of our client's significant National growth strategy. To be successful, the ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate project leadership experience in the delivery of $100m+ projects across either oil, gas. waste, mining, or energy sectors. Brief Scope of DutiesYou will be responsible for managing all projects, taking responsibility for each element from conception to delivery. Your team will include Project Manager’s, Consultants, Engineers, Draftsmen, QHSE, and Document Control. Liaising effectively with all teams Nationally, and management of stakeholder relationships will be key, as will team leadership and the ability to drive business growth. You will be an accomplished leader of people and projects, an effective communicator, and be able to demonstrate excellence in dealing with highly regulated industry standards and guidelines. You will be detail oriented, with financial acumen, and have a demonstrable background in project planning on a National scale, project scope definition, and resource management. A construction or engineering background would be highly regarded, as would experience in process development and management, particularly within the waste sector. Overview of ResponsibilitiesYou will assume full responsibility for the design and delivery of existing and new infrastructure projects Nationally. You will have an understanding of working with the Department of Planning, and Surveyors within highly regulated sectors across either engineering or construction.Lead, manage and coordinate the Project Managers, Consultants, and EngineersDefine project scope, goals and deliverables NationallyPlan and coordinate National projects resources to ensure delivery is on time and on budget.Facilitate clients’ project meetings Facilitate all communication to Key Stakeholders with information of any impact on schedule and budget.Prepare status reports by gathering, analysing, and summarising relevant information.Track project costs and prepare cost reports for key stakeholdersEscalate or resolve any project or post-delivery issues At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$160,000 - AU$250,000, per year, $30k Car Allowance
    • full-time
    About The RoleAs the Head of WHS, you will be responsible for the leadership of all WHS processes across Australia. Based in NSW, as the company expands, you will have a larger National focus. You will have the ability to manage multiple direct/indirect reports, and work with the Chief of People and Safety, implementing and driving WHS policies and procedures across a highly regulated business.DutiesFacilitate and deliver specific WHS training across all facilitiesReview and track all incident and injury investigations and follow-up further action when necessaryIdentification of trends, improvement opportunities, and development of specific WHS innovations and plans to facilitate proactive safety performance and business improvement.Ensure that communication is clear to business stakeholders, including but not limited to COO, CEO, CoPaSDrive the development and continuous improvement of Workplace Health & Safety (WH&S) Management System, ensuring compliance with all applicable legislationLead delivery of all internal WHS audits that drive continuous improvement programs.Assist in the ongoing development and maintenance of a reliable, user-friendly reporting systemUndertake regular planned site visits to operational sites to deliver training, complete site audits, and attend safety-related matters in a timely manner as a situation requiresEnsure staff are trained appropriately to enable a consistent and standardised approach to WHS driving transparency, accountability, and efficiency.Skills and ExperienceA relevant qualification in Workplace Health & Safety or equivalent.Extensive WHS experience in oil, gas, mining, or any highly regulated industryMinimum 8 years Leadership experienceStrong analytical skillsGreat stakeholder management skillsIf interested please apply or for further information please contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTAD:m: 0400666682e: spencer.prior@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    About The RoleAs the Head of WHS, you will be responsible for the leadership of all WHS processes across Australia. Based in NSW, as the company expands, you will have a larger National focus. You will have the ability to manage multiple direct/indirect reports, and work with the Chief of People and Safety, implementing and driving WHS policies and procedures across a highly regulated business.DutiesFacilitate and deliver specific WHS training across all facilitiesReview and track all incident and injury investigations and follow-up further action when necessaryIdentification of trends, improvement opportunities, and development of specific WHS innovations and plans to facilitate proactive safety performance and business improvement.Ensure that communication is clear to business stakeholders, including but not limited to COO, CEO, CoPaSDrive the development and continuous improvement of Workplace Health & Safety (WH&S) Management System, ensuring compliance with all applicable legislationLead delivery of all internal WHS audits that drive continuous improvement programs.Assist in the ongoing development and maintenance of a reliable, user-friendly reporting systemUndertake regular planned site visits to operational sites to deliver training, complete site audits, and attend safety-related matters in a timely manner as a situation requiresEnsure staff are trained appropriately to enable a consistent and standardised approach to WHS driving transparency, accountability, and efficiency.Skills and ExperienceA relevant qualification in Workplace Health & Safety or equivalent.Extensive WHS experience in oil, gas, mining, or any highly regulated industryMinimum 8 years Leadership experienceStrong analytical skillsGreat stakeholder management skillsIf interested please apply or for further information please contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTAD:m: 0400666682e: spencer.prior@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, package negotiable based on experience
    • full-time
    Opportunity to progress within a growing companyCompetitive salary package for the suitable candidateGrow your career in a fast-growing industry The CompanyAustralian-owned growing fresh food manufacturer based in Western Sydney looking for a proactive leader in their production kitchen. The RoleOversee daily operations in the production kitchenManage the production team and drive production efficiency Guide the team on operating and troubleshooting machinery Clearly communicate workflow and reduce downtimeLiaise with operations team to maintain inventory levelsEnsure production kitchen is compliant with GMP and food safety standards Promote continuous improvement to the systems and processesManage weekly rostering for the production team About YouPrevious experience as a production team leader essentialEnergetic and able to work in a fast-paced environmentPositive attitude and with the ability to coach a teamKnowledge of HACCP and Food Safety Standards Apply now or call Puiyee Thye on 0428 751 002 for a further discussion regarding the role.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Opportunity to progress within a growing companyCompetitive salary package for the suitable candidateGrow your career in a fast-growing industry The CompanyAustralian-owned growing fresh food manufacturer based in Western Sydney looking for a proactive leader in their production kitchen. The RoleOversee daily operations in the production kitchenManage the production team and drive production efficiency Guide the team on operating and troubleshooting machinery Clearly communicate workflow and reduce downtimeLiaise with operations team to maintain inventory levelsEnsure production kitchen is compliant with GMP and food safety standards Promote continuous improvement to the systems and processesManage weekly rostering for the production team About YouPrevious experience as a production team leader essentialEnergetic and able to work in a fast-paced environmentPositive attitude and with the ability to coach a teamKnowledge of HACCP and Food Safety Standards Apply now or call Puiyee Thye on 0428 751 002 for a further discussion regarding the role.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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