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    • rhodes, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$60,000 - AU$67,000, per year, AU$60000 - AU$67000 per annum + pro rata + super
    • full-time
    Project & Executive Support Officer Project officer/team assistant role based flexibly working from home and Rhodes6-month fixed-term contract (direct with client)Paying $60-$67k salary pro rata + superAre you an experienced Project Officer and/or EAlooking for an exciting opportunity in sustainability? Make a difference to the wider community with your operational and admin support in the not-for-profit sector! OverviewMixed EA/Project Officer role providing support Project Team, COO and CEO supportBased WFH and in Rhodes – conveniently located next to the station6 month fixed-term contract (direct with client)Working full-time hours 37.5 hours per weekPaying $60-$67k pro rata + super (incl. sick leave & annual leave)Varied support role with elements of executive support. office management and team assistantEnvironment: passionate, friendly, close knit team, accessible higher level management Your new companyThis not-for-profit has a commitment to sustainability, championing educational awareness and protecting the environmentYour new roleWorking in the department you will be responsible for:Diary & inbox management and executive support duties to the COO and executivesProviding project administration and operational support to the project teamTracking project objectives and their deliveryCommunicating project updates with key stakeholdersProvide general office management and team assistant supportOrganising meetings and prepare relevant papersCriteriaExcellent EA/PA, team assistant or office all-rounder experienceStrong project coordinator/officer skillsExcellent written and verbal communicationA can-do, positive and proactive attitudeStrong interpersonal skills working with wide-ranging stakeholdersCompetent in research, reporting and analysis (Excel)Proven experience in providing excellent customer serviceAbility to work flexibly in a fast-paced, multi-faceted roleBenefits6-month fixed-term contract direct with client (theremay be the opportunity to extend)Flexible working options based working from home and onsiteSick leave and annual leaveFree onsite gymBe part of a passionate, friendly and driven organisationMake a huge impact to sustainability within the communityNext stepsTo launch your career, click ‘apply now’.The hiring manager will be arranging interviews from Monday 12/10/20 onwardsIdeally you will be available to start ASAP – long notice periods cannot be considered unfortunately. 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.
    Project & Executive Support Officer Project officer/team assistant role based flexibly working from home and Rhodes6-month fixed-term contract (direct with client)Paying $60-$67k salary pro rata + superAre you an experienced Project Officer and/or EAlooking for an exciting opportunity in sustainability? Make a difference to the wider community with your operational and admin support in the not-for-profit sector! OverviewMixed EA/Project Officer role providing support Project Team, COO and CEO supportBased WFH and in Rhodes – conveniently located next to the station6 month fixed-term contract (direct with client)Working full-time hours 37.5 hours per weekPaying $60-$67k pro rata + super (incl. sick leave & annual leave)Varied support role with elements of executive support. office management and team assistantEnvironment: passionate, friendly, close knit team, accessible higher level management Your new companyThis not-for-profit has a commitment to sustainability, championing educational awareness and protecting the environmentYour new roleWorking in the department you will be responsible for:Diary & inbox management and executive support duties to the COO and executivesProviding project administration and operational support to the project teamTracking project objectives and their deliveryCommunicating project updates with key stakeholdersProvide general office management and team assistant supportOrganising meetings and prepare relevant papersCriteriaExcellent EA/PA, team assistant or office all-rounder experienceStrong project coordinator/officer skillsExcellent written and verbal communicationA can-do, positive and proactive attitudeStrong interpersonal skills working with wide-ranging stakeholdersCompetent in research, reporting and analysis (Excel)Proven experience in providing excellent customer serviceAbility to work flexibly in a fast-paced, multi-faceted roleBenefits6-month fixed-term contract direct with client (theremay be the opportunity to extend)Flexible working options based working from home and onsiteSick leave and annual leaveFree onsite gymBe part of a passionate, friendly and driven organisationMake a huge impact to sustainability within the communityNext stepsTo launch your career, click ‘apply now’.The hiring manager will be arranging interviews from Monday 12/10/20 onwardsIdeally you will be available to start ASAP – long notice periods cannot be considered unfortunately. 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.
    • rhodes, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$28.00 - AU$29.00, per hour, AU$28 - AU$29 per hour + + superannuation
    • full-time
    Your new companyYour new company is a well known leader for its industry due to its service, delivery and dependability. This company has established strong market leadership in providing solutions for operation services, construction and maintenance services for organisations such as University of Melbourne, Sydney water and many more! You will be provided with full training, potential future opportunities and the support you need to build a successful career. With innovative customer experience and satisfaction at the heart of what they do, your future company culture is fun, hard working, team focused and rewarding.Your duties will includeSet up and manage claim files efficiently and accuratelyAssess claims dataReview reported information to ensure validityCommunicate and engage with all stakeholdersProvide proactive administrative supportYour profile will demonstratePrevious administration and claims experience with a stable working history and proven reliabilityHigh attention to detail - recording data accurately and correctlyStrong communication and problem solving skillsStrong computer literacy of Excel and various systemsResilient, highly self-motivated & result oriented attitudeWhat's in it for you?Rewarding full time temporary role paying $28.38 per hourClose to public transportationWork close to home in Rhodes Full training providedWork for a large company with exciting career development and growth opportunitiesExcellent office space and fun team environmentPlease apply directly by clicking apply now and submitting your resume in word format.For a discussion, please call Rameesha Faraz on 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.
    Your new companyYour new company is a well known leader for its industry due to its service, delivery and dependability. This company has established strong market leadership in providing solutions for operation services, construction and maintenance services for organisations such as University of Melbourne, Sydney water and many more! You will be provided with full training, potential future opportunities and the support you need to build a successful career. With innovative customer experience and satisfaction at the heart of what they do, your future company culture is fun, hard working, team focused and rewarding.Your duties will includeSet up and manage claim files efficiently and accuratelyAssess claims dataReview reported information to ensure validityCommunicate and engage with all stakeholdersProvide proactive administrative supportYour profile will demonstratePrevious administration and claims experience with a stable working history and proven reliabilityHigh attention to detail - recording data accurately and correctlyStrong communication and problem solving skillsStrong computer literacy of Excel and various systemsResilient, highly self-motivated & result oriented attitudeWhat's in it for you?Rewarding full time temporary role paying $28.38 per hourClose to public transportationWork close to home in Rhodes Full training providedWork for a large company with exciting career development and growth opportunitiesExcellent office space and fun team environmentPlease apply directly by clicking apply now and submitting your resume in word format.For a discussion, please call Rameesha Faraz on 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.
    • rhodes, new south wales
    • permanent
    • up to au$67000 per annum + pro rata + super
    • full-time
    Mixed EA/Project Officer role providing support Project Team, COO and CEO supportBased WFH and in Rhodes – conveniently located next to the station6 month fixed-term contract (direct with client)Working full-time hours 37.5 hours per weekPaying up to $67k pro rata + super (incl. sick leave & annual leave)Varied support role with elements of executive support. office management and team assistantEnvironment: passionate, friendly, close knit team, accessible higher level management Your new companyThis not-for-profit has a commitment to sustainability, championing educational awareness and protecting the environmentYour new roleWorking in the department you will be responsible for:Diary & inbox management and executive support duties to the COO and executivesProviding project administration and operational support to the project teamTracking project objectives and their deliveryCommunicating project updates with key stakeholdersProvide general office management and team assistant supportOrganising meetings and prepare relevant papersCriteriaExcellent EA/PA, team assistant or office all-rounder experienceStrong project coordinator/officer skillsExcellent written and verbal communicationA can-do, positive and proactive attitudeStrong interpersonal skills working with wide-ranging stakeholdersCompetent in research, reporting and analysis (Excel)Proven experience in providing excellent customer serviceAbility to work flexibly in a fast-paced, multi-faceted roleBenefits6-month fixed-term contract direct with client (theremay be the opportunity to extend)Sick leave and annual leaveFree onsite gymBe part of a passionate, friendly and driven organisationMake a huge impact to sustainability within the communityNext stepsTo launch your career, click ‘apply now’.The hiring manager will be arranging interviews from Monday 23/10/20 onwardsYou must be available to start ASAP – long notice periods cannot be considered unfortunately. 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.
    Mixed EA/Project Officer role providing support Project Team, COO and CEO supportBased WFH and in Rhodes – conveniently located next to the station6 month fixed-term contract (direct with client)Working full-time hours 37.5 hours per weekPaying up to $67k pro rata + super (incl. sick leave & annual leave)Varied support role with elements of executive support. office management and team assistantEnvironment: passionate, friendly, close knit team, accessible higher level management Your new companyThis not-for-profit has a commitment to sustainability, championing educational awareness and protecting the environmentYour new roleWorking in the department you will be responsible for:Diary & inbox management and executive support duties to the COO and executivesProviding project administration and operational support to the project teamTracking project objectives and their deliveryCommunicating project updates with key stakeholdersProvide general office management and team assistant supportOrganising meetings and prepare relevant papersCriteriaExcellent EA/PA, team assistant or office all-rounder experienceStrong project coordinator/officer skillsExcellent written and verbal communicationA can-do, positive and proactive attitudeStrong interpersonal skills working with wide-ranging stakeholdersCompetent in research, reporting and analysis (Excel)Proven experience in providing excellent customer serviceAbility to work flexibly in a fast-paced, multi-faceted roleBenefits6-month fixed-term contract direct with client (theremay be the opportunity to extend)Sick leave and annual leaveFree onsite gymBe part of a passionate, friendly and driven organisationMake a huge impact to sustainability within the communityNext stepsTo launch your career, click ‘apply now’.The hiring manager will be arranging interviews from Monday 23/10/20 onwardsYou must be available to start ASAP – long notice periods cannot be considered unfortunately. 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.
    • rhodes, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$100,000 - AU$105,000, per year, AU$100000 - AU$105000 per annum + Super
    • full-time
    Our vision is for a future where waste is a valuable resource, not a problemWork for an organisation that is positively tackling our environmental waste problem by delivering schemes which make a difference to the lives of people by realising environmental, social and economic benefits. This organisation believe their people are the key to their success and they value every individual, encourage their development, and recognise their achievements.This Rhodes based organisation are looking for an outstanding Senior Communications Professional to join their team on a permanent basis. Key Accountabilities:Develop and implement proactive communication plans to meet key outcomesProvide communications advice on key corporate strategies that build awareness and support of the organisation’s role and encourage people to change their behavioursPlan and implement communications and public relations campaigns, including the management of launches and media events, to support education and community involvement initiativesDevelop key messaging and issues management strategiesManage social media channels and website management, content creation & the our digital ecosystemWrite or review speeches, media releases, social media content and internal and stakeholder communication materials to ensure messages are consistent and support strategic objectivesProvide advice and support the Executive on all matters relating to communication and the mediaManage external agencies to deliver the best possible creative programs and outcomesManage relationships with media, government, stakeholders and other partnersResponsible for quality communications collateral aligned with the corporate brandBe responsible and the key communications contact for issues management and media inquiriesKey Requirements:Tertiary qualifications in communications or a related fieldStrong understanding and experience in media management and other communication channels including social media, in a high-volume environmentExpertise in contentious issues management, communication planning and stakeholder/media engagementWillingness to travel to Rhodes and work in the office at least three days per week with other days worked remotelyA passion for our environment and tackling climate changeAbility to work in a fast pace, deadline driven environment If this role sounds like you apply now or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@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.
    Our vision is for a future where waste is a valuable resource, not a problemWork for an organisation that is positively tackling our environmental waste problem by delivering schemes which make a difference to the lives of people by realising environmental, social and economic benefits. This organisation believe their people are the key to their success and they value every individual, encourage their development, and recognise their achievements.This Rhodes based organisation are looking for an outstanding Senior Communications Professional to join their team on a permanent basis. Key Accountabilities:Develop and implement proactive communication plans to meet key outcomesProvide communications advice on key corporate strategies that build awareness and support of the organisation’s role and encourage people to change their behavioursPlan and implement communications and public relations campaigns, including the management of launches and media events, to support education and community involvement initiativesDevelop key messaging and issues management strategiesManage social media channels and website management, content creation & the our digital ecosystemWrite or review speeches, media releases, social media content and internal and stakeholder communication materials to ensure messages are consistent and support strategic objectivesProvide advice and support the Executive on all matters relating to communication and the mediaManage external agencies to deliver the best possible creative programs and outcomesManage relationships with media, government, stakeholders and other partnersResponsible for quality communications collateral aligned with the corporate brandBe responsible and the key communications contact for issues management and media inquiriesKey Requirements:Tertiary qualifications in communications or a related fieldStrong understanding and experience in media management and other communication channels including social media, in a high-volume environmentExpertise in contentious issues management, communication planning and stakeholder/media engagementWillingness to travel to Rhodes and work in the office at least three days per week with other days worked remotelyA passion for our environment and tackling climate changeAbility to work in a fast pace, deadline driven environment If this role sounds like you apply now or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@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.
    • rhodes, new south wales
    • contract
    • negotiable depending on experience
    • full-time
    Contract to perm opportunity for a Asset & Property ManagerJoin an Industry giant with a strong presence in Australia and New ZealandManage a $200 million assets profileAbout The CompanyOur client has been around for more than 70 years with a staff complement of over 30,000 who focus on efficiencies for organizations. About the RoleAs the Regional Technical & Maintenance Planner, you will be located in Rhodes. You will be responsible for providing technical guidance with respect to current assets and give quotes as required. You will have to maintain resource plan/s to meet provincial and legal prerequisites. Reporting directly to the Strategic Asset Manager, you will be required to: Manage and upload estimates over contribution limitsManage asset register, variations, compliance and PSM scheduleUndertake QA compliance of documents based on risks & benchmarksApprove administration prior to uploading documents Technical support & advice including claimsMaintain strategies to drive liability & value for moneyProactive identification of failing assetsManage condition assessmentResponsible for personal and team safety and Zero Harm initiativesHazard and incident identification, reporting and elimination approached pro-actively and consistent with company policies or proceduresTime management to meet personal and team required timelines and outputsEnsure risks are accurately identified, contained and countermeasures are put in placeAssist in measuring costs, efficiencies, and delivery of services and support service improvement initiativesModel high standard of behaviour for others through own actionsUndertake formal and informal workshops, seminars and other development opportunities for professional growth and improving service delivery The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Trade QualifiedOver 5+ years’ experience in property &/or statutory maintenance of assetsKnowledge of regulatory requirementsExperience in asset scheduling & procurementExperience in commercial environmentExperience in estimatingHigh level of resilience in working under pressured environmentsAbility to translate, research and apply other trade disciplines to decision making Next stepsIf you are ready to submit your resume 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.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.
    Contract to perm opportunity for a Asset & Property ManagerJoin an Industry giant with a strong presence in Australia and New ZealandManage a $200 million assets profileAbout The CompanyOur client has been around for more than 70 years with a staff complement of over 30,000 who focus on efficiencies for organizations. About the RoleAs the Regional Technical & Maintenance Planner, you will be located in Rhodes. You will be responsible for providing technical guidance with respect to current assets and give quotes as required. You will have to maintain resource plan/s to meet provincial and legal prerequisites. Reporting directly to the Strategic Asset Manager, you will be required to: Manage and upload estimates over contribution limitsManage asset register, variations, compliance and PSM scheduleUndertake QA compliance of documents based on risks & benchmarksApprove administration prior to uploading documents Technical support & advice including claimsMaintain strategies to drive liability & value for moneyProactive identification of failing assetsManage condition assessmentResponsible for personal and team safety and Zero Harm initiativesHazard and incident identification, reporting and elimination approached pro-actively and consistent with company policies or proceduresTime management to meet personal and team required timelines and outputsEnsure risks are accurately identified, contained and countermeasures are put in placeAssist in measuring costs, efficiencies, and delivery of services and support service improvement initiativesModel high standard of behaviour for others through own actionsUndertake formal and informal workshops, seminars and other development opportunities for professional growth and improving service delivery The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Trade QualifiedOver 5+ years’ experience in property &/or statutory maintenance of assetsKnowledge of regulatory requirementsExperience in asset scheduling & procurementExperience in commercial environmentExperience in estimatingHigh level of resilience in working under pressured environmentsAbility to translate, research and apply other trade disciplines to decision making Next stepsIf you are ready to submit your resume 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.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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