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    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    Our client is at the forefront of providing quality assessment and moderating activity to ensure the provision of grants is distributed in accordance to departmental policies and procedures.Your roleUnder limited direction the successful applicants will be required to:Assess/moderate grant applications according to departmental policies and procedures.Support the assessment process by writing reports based on grant application for their approval.Communicate and liaise with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.Provide secretariat support to assessment panels throughout the grants assessment process.Your ExperienceThe successful candidate must be able to demonstrate:Experience with large government department grant processes and the databases FOFMS, TRIM or Excel.Excellent written communication skills and attention to detail.Productive working relationships both internally and externally and promotion of a shared purpose and learning.Personal drive and integrity by behaving professionally, showing resilience and committing to action.To apply for this role please click on the APPLY NOW button. If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who may be interested please forward the details to them. For a confidential chat about this opportunity call Leanne Alexander on (02) 6132 3836 for further information. As the closing date is quickly approaching please submit asap.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 client is at the forefront of providing quality assessment and moderating activity to ensure the provision of grants is distributed in accordance to departmental policies and procedures.Your roleUnder limited direction the successful applicants will be required to:Assess/moderate grant applications according to departmental policies and procedures.Support the assessment process by writing reports based on grant application for their approval.Communicate and liaise with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.Provide secretariat support to assessment panels throughout the grants assessment process.Your ExperienceThe successful candidate must be able to demonstrate:Experience with large government department grant processes and the databases FOFMS, TRIM or Excel.Excellent written communication skills and attention to detail.Productive working relationships both internally and externally and promotion of a shared purpose and learning.Personal drive and integrity by behaving professionally, showing resilience and committing to action.To apply for this role please click on the APPLY NOW button. If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who may be interested please forward the details to them. For a confidential chat about this opportunity call Leanne Alexander on (02) 6132 3836 for further information. As the closing date is quickly approaching please submit asap.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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • permanent
    • AU$85,088 - AU$95,993, per year, AU$85088 - AU$95993 per annum + 15.4% superannuation
    • full-time
    The RoleYour new branch is responsible for program implementation, policy advice, consultation with health practitioners, stakeholders and the community; and development and interpretation of legislation. You will be a subject matter expert who understands the policy objectives of a program. In your new role you will take a high level view of the program and assesses how changes in the environment will affect the program and the policy objectives. ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities of the program manager include:Ensure program policy and procedures are established, documented and maintained in order to support program participants, staff and website contentSupport the EL1 to develop policy changes or new initiatives to ensure the program meets the policy objectivesAct as main point of contact for internal and external operational level stakeholders to support the day to day administration of the programProvide advice to departmental colleagues on how new measures could affect program outcomesRegularly review program data to assess workload volumes and regular enquiries to ensure the program runs efficiently identifying any patterns or opportunitiesSupport the members of the team processing and managing escalated and complex policy enquiriesReview patterns and trends in enquiries and identifies opportunities for program clarifications or improvementsTypical tasks include:Provide expert guidance on programs to other team membersLead development of program policy/guidelinesLead stakeholder liaison on operational matters (internal/external)Ensure consistency of approach on program administrationHandle info line and complex queriesExercise program delegations, and manage efficient administration of program applicationsManage online contentDraft/Review Ministerial correspondence and briefingsManage staff The successful candidate will be offered a 6 month non-ongoing contract with possibility to extend. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW via the appropriate link. For a condential discussion call Adrianne on 02 6132 3805.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.
    The RoleYour new branch is responsible for program implementation, policy advice, consultation with health practitioners, stakeholders and the community; and development and interpretation of legislation. You will be a subject matter expert who understands the policy objectives of a program. In your new role you will take a high level view of the program and assesses how changes in the environment will affect the program and the policy objectives. ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities of the program manager include:Ensure program policy and procedures are established, documented and maintained in order to support program participants, staff and website contentSupport the EL1 to develop policy changes or new initiatives to ensure the program meets the policy objectivesAct as main point of contact for internal and external operational level stakeholders to support the day to day administration of the programProvide advice to departmental colleagues on how new measures could affect program outcomesRegularly review program data to assess workload volumes and regular enquiries to ensure the program runs efficiently identifying any patterns or opportunitiesSupport the members of the team processing and managing escalated and complex policy enquiriesReview patterns and trends in enquiries and identifies opportunities for program clarifications or improvementsTypical tasks include:Provide expert guidance on programs to other team membersLead development of program policy/guidelinesLead stakeholder liaison on operational matters (internal/external)Ensure consistency of approach on program administrationHandle info line and complex queriesExercise program delegations, and manage efficient administration of program applicationsManage online contentDraft/Review Ministerial correspondence and briefingsManage staff The successful candidate will be offered a 6 month non-ongoing contract with possibility to extend. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW via the appropriate link. For a condential discussion call Adrianne on 02 6132 3805.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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • temporary
    • AU$42.00 - AU$4,346.00, per hour, AU$42 - AU$4346 per hour + attractive salary
    • full-time
    Our well known client are looking to recruit an APS4 Communications Officer to join their Governance, Communications and Property Division for a short term 4-6 week assignment with a possibility to extend. YOUR DUTIES:Assessing high volume of Parlimentary & Industry ReportsEditing layouts and grammer to adhere to relevant style guidesMonitor media and communications inboxDraft messages for social media ABOUT YOU:Great organisational and time management skillsPrevious writing/editing experience preferrably with style guidesAccuracy and high attention to detailReliable with strong personal drive and integrityIf this sounds like you, please feel free to send your CV in Word Format to rebecca.cosan@randstad.com.au or click APPLY NOW!
    Our well known client are looking to recruit an APS4 Communications Officer to join their Governance, Communications and Property Division for a short term 4-6 week assignment with a possibility to extend. YOUR DUTIES:Assessing high volume of Parlimentary & Industry ReportsEditing layouts and grammer to adhere to relevant style guidesMonitor media and communications inboxDraft messages for social media ABOUT YOU:Great organisational and time management skillsPrevious writing/editing experience preferrably with style guidesAccuracy and high attention to detailReliable with strong personal drive and integrityIf this sounds like you, please feel free to send your CV in Word Format to rebecca.cosan@randstad.com.au or click APPLY NOW!
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    Are you ready to work on a national initiative that can have a positive impact on thousands of Autralians lives? Do you have experience in understanding the complexities of labour markets and how innovative and collaborative solutions can improve outcomes? If so, our well respected Federal Government client would like to hear about you.Working at the APS6 or EL1 level you will work with employers and other key local stakeholders, to develop employment solutions at a local level and support Australians back into work.What you will bring to the role:Effective negotiation skills and ability to influence decision makers Experience in developing effective and collaborative partnerships with a variety of stakeholdersAn ability to quickly garner job market insights at a local level and identify issue unique to specific regionsExperience in interpreting data, particularly in labour markets is highly desirableA critical thinker who can effectively communicate ideas to othersOne who drives and motivates teams, businesses and various stakeholders for improvement of outcomes Previous experience in overseeing/supporting program delivery that relates to labour market stakeholders such as employers, higher education and training institutions, employment service providers is highly regardedAbility to clearly communicate strategic direction for various These contract roles will be available for a minimum of 6 months, with a commencement date as soon as possible. If you would like to be considered for these rare opportunities please don’t hesitate to apply today. Submit your resume by clicking on the APPLY NOW button or forward it to Leanne.Alexander@randstad.com.au. For a confidential chat please phone Tabatha Gallaway on (02) 6132 38803 or Leanne Alexander on (02) 6132 3836.If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who might be interested please forward these details through to them. 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.
    Are you ready to work on a national initiative that can have a positive impact on thousands of Autralians lives? Do you have experience in understanding the complexities of labour markets and how innovative and collaborative solutions can improve outcomes? If so, our well respected Federal Government client would like to hear about you.Working at the APS6 or EL1 level you will work with employers and other key local stakeholders, to develop employment solutions at a local level and support Australians back into work.What you will bring to the role:Effective negotiation skills and ability to influence decision makers Experience in developing effective and collaborative partnerships with a variety of stakeholdersAn ability to quickly garner job market insights at a local level and identify issue unique to specific regionsExperience in interpreting data, particularly in labour markets is highly desirableA critical thinker who can effectively communicate ideas to othersOne who drives and motivates teams, businesses and various stakeholders for improvement of outcomes Previous experience in overseeing/supporting program delivery that relates to labour market stakeholders such as employers, higher education and training institutions, employment service providers is highly regardedAbility to clearly communicate strategic direction for various These contract roles will be available for a minimum of 6 months, with a commencement date as soon as possible. If you would like to be considered for these rare opportunities please don’t hesitate to apply today. Submit your resume by clicking on the APPLY NOW button or forward it to Leanne.Alexander@randstad.com.au. For a confidential chat please phone Tabatha Gallaway on (02) 6132 38803 or Leanne Alexander on (02) 6132 3836.If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who might be interested please forward these details through to them. 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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • temporary
    • AU$45.00 - AU$55.00, per hour, AU$45 - AU$55 per hour + + 9.5% superannuation
    • full-time
    Our client is seeking an APS5-6 Finance Officer with Asset Accounting experience to join their finance team for an asap start for a period of 6 months with a possible extension. YOUR DUTIESPreparation of asset related reconciliations and working papers to support monthly and annual statutory financial reporting Processing asset acquisitions, disposals and related transactions Preparation of monthly asset reconciliations Coordination of annual asset stocktake Assistance with revaluation and impairment requirements Contribution to asset related accounting policies and position papersPreparation of reports and advice on technical accounting and finance matters YOUR SKILLSIntermediate to Advanced Technical Accounting knowledgeStrong Coordination SkillsGood analytical abilityHigh written and verbal communication skillsIf you would like to be considered for the role, please click the Apply tab or simply email me your CV in word format at rebecca.cosan@randstad.com.au
    Our client is seeking an APS5-6 Finance Officer with Asset Accounting experience to join their finance team for an asap start for a period of 6 months with a possible extension. YOUR DUTIESPreparation of asset related reconciliations and working papers to support monthly and annual statutory financial reporting Processing asset acquisitions, disposals and related transactions Preparation of monthly asset reconciliations Coordination of annual asset stocktake Assistance with revaluation and impairment requirements Contribution to asset related accounting policies and position papersPreparation of reports and advice on technical accounting and finance matters YOUR SKILLSIntermediate to Advanced Technical Accounting knowledgeStrong Coordination SkillsGood analytical abilityHigh written and verbal communication skillsIf you would like to be considered for the role, please click the Apply tab or simply email me your CV in word format at rebecca.cosan@randstad.com.au
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$40.00 - AU$46.00, per hour, AU$40 - AU$46 per hour + + gst
    • full-time
    Our City based client is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant with previous Government Experience at APS4 level to join their CHO Branch supporting Health Advisors to meet their business needs on an 8 month contract with a possibility to extend. YOUR DUTIES:Providing administrative assistance for Clinical AdvisersReviewing invoices against work ordersMonitoring compliance and documenting processesMonitoring invoices and responding to requests from business areas and advisersBeing the first point of contact for greeting visitors, responding to phone calls and emailsOrdering stationaryProcessing payments ABOUT YOU:Previous experience in program administration or branch administrationExperience in financial administrationHigh attention to detailGreat communication and writing skillsAble to work autonomouslyAbility to multitaskCan maintain positive work relationships with stakeholdersAt 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 City based client is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant with previous Government Experience at APS4 level to join their CHO Branch supporting Health Advisors to meet their business needs on an 8 month contract with a possibility to extend. YOUR DUTIES:Providing administrative assistance for Clinical AdvisersReviewing invoices against work ordersMonitoring compliance and documenting processesMonitoring invoices and responding to requests from business areas and advisersBeing the first point of contact for greeting visitors, responding to phone calls and emailsOrdering stationaryProcessing payments ABOUT YOU:Previous experience in program administration or branch administrationExperience in financial administrationHigh attention to detailGreat communication and writing skillsAble to work autonomouslyAbility to multitaskCan maintain positive work relationships with stakeholdersAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • temporary
    • AU$45.00 - AU$50.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Your new role:One of our major Federal Government agencies is looking for an APS5 Project Support Officer to join their team on a 6 month temporary basis with the possibility of extension. You would be responsible for supporting the management of projects from start to finish under a project management framework, supporting project managers to complete projects on time within budgets, to quality standards and within agreed scope. You will work independently as part of a dedicated project teams as well as collaboratively with other group members.To be successful: Demonstrated relevant experience in project support, coordination and administration within an IT environment.Demonstrated experience in drafting reports and documentation.Demonstrated experience tracking financialsDemonstrated experience in setting up meetings, conference calls and minute taking minute taking.The ability to support project managers on multiple projects or pieces of work.The ability to track scope, risk, issues, quality and progress of projects to organisational and government standards.The ability to balance conflicting priorities to deliver against customer and business requirements, with appropriate stakeholder management.The ability to use and adapt written and verbal communication skills to suit a variety of difference audiences.Ability to meet deadlines consistentlyEssential criteria: At least 3 years experience in project support within an IT environment.Demonstrated experience in drafting project documentation and reporting progress on delivery.Excellent planning, organisational and time management skills.Excellent verbal and written communication skills to communicate with a diverse range of stakeholders.Ability to support the management of contracts and budgetsDesirable criteria:Qualifications in project management.Knowledge of UX, design and usability testing.Knowledge of PMBOK guide knowledge areas.Knowledge of Agile methodologies and practices.Knowledge of (or the ability to quickly acquire) the domain of statistical analysis To apply for this role please click on the APPLY NOW button. If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who may be interested please forward the details to them. For a confidential chat about this opportunity call Kimberly Corneille on (02) 6132 3812 for further information. As the closing date is quickly approaching please submit asap.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.
    Your new role:One of our major Federal Government agencies is looking for an APS5 Project Support Officer to join their team on a 6 month temporary basis with the possibility of extension. You would be responsible for supporting the management of projects from start to finish under a project management framework, supporting project managers to complete projects on time within budgets, to quality standards and within agreed scope. You will work independently as part of a dedicated project teams as well as collaboratively with other group members.To be successful: Demonstrated relevant experience in project support, coordination and administration within an IT environment.Demonstrated experience in drafting reports and documentation.Demonstrated experience tracking financialsDemonstrated experience in setting up meetings, conference calls and minute taking minute taking.The ability to support project managers on multiple projects or pieces of work.The ability to track scope, risk, issues, quality and progress of projects to organisational and government standards.The ability to balance conflicting priorities to deliver against customer and business requirements, with appropriate stakeholder management.The ability to use and adapt written and verbal communication skills to suit a variety of difference audiences.Ability to meet deadlines consistentlyEssential criteria: At least 3 years experience in project support within an IT environment.Demonstrated experience in drafting project documentation and reporting progress on delivery.Excellent planning, organisational and time management skills.Excellent verbal and written communication skills to communicate with a diverse range of stakeholders.Ability to support the management of contracts and budgetsDesirable criteria:Qualifications in project management.Knowledge of UX, design and usability testing.Knowledge of PMBOK guide knowledge areas.Knowledge of Agile methodologies and practices.Knowledge of (or the ability to quickly acquire) the domain of statistical analysis To apply for this role please click on the APPLY NOW button. If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who may be interested please forward the details to them. For a confidential chat about this opportunity call Kimberly Corneille on (02) 6132 3812 for further information. As the closing date is quickly approaching please submit asap.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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    Our client has an upcoming role available for an experienced Assistant Director who has an accredited health profession or social work qualification. This is a rare opportunity to utilise your experience and skills for a Federal Government Department that provides key services to Veterans and their families requiring assistance. Your duties will include but are not limited to:Providing advice on service delivery opportunities and requirements to enhance clients outcomes and ensure effective service delivery. Effectively collaborating with relevant stakeholders to mitigate risk to client safety whilst ensuring client access to quality based treatment and support servicesProviding clinical leadership in regional delivery of programs and servicesDeveloping and maintaining partnerships with service providers contracted to the departmentUndertaking Quality Assurance activities which may include audits, case file review, risk review, and contract compliance reviewsIn accordance with organisational goals, ensuring a program of treatment and psychoeducational groups and workshops area developed, promoted and deliveredUndertaking line management responsibilities for staff including the recruitment, training, support and performance management of employeesContributing to the National Management team and act for the Regional Director as required Mandatory Skills and Experience:Qualifications must be that of an accredited health professional or social workerQualified health professionals must have current registration with the Australian health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA)Preference is for mental health professionals including Clinical Psychologists, Psychologists, Mental Health Social Workers or Mental Health Occupational Therapists with extensive clinical and relevant management experienceWorking with Vulnerable People and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance must be obtained prior to commencingHealth professional and social workers must have extensive clinical and relevant management experienceContract management experience is highly desirableAbility to demonstrate your claims against the EL1 Integrated Leadership System (ILS) If you believe this opportunity is for you please apply as soon as possible as applications close soon. This selection will be based on your submission of a 1000 word statement of claims (ie one page pitch) outlining your skills, knowledge and experience including why you should be considered for this role. For more information on this role please contact Leanne Alexander on 6132 3836 or email your application (statement of claims and CV) to Leanne.Alexander@randstad.com.au. For a confidential discussion phone Leanne on (02) 6132 3836At 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 client has an upcoming role available for an experienced Assistant Director who has an accredited health profession or social work qualification. This is a rare opportunity to utilise your experience and skills for a Federal Government Department that provides key services to Veterans and their families requiring assistance. Your duties will include but are not limited to:Providing advice on service delivery opportunities and requirements to enhance clients outcomes and ensure effective service delivery. Effectively collaborating with relevant stakeholders to mitigate risk to client safety whilst ensuring client access to quality based treatment and support servicesProviding clinical leadership in regional delivery of programs and servicesDeveloping and maintaining partnerships with service providers contracted to the departmentUndertaking Quality Assurance activities which may include audits, case file review, risk review, and contract compliance reviewsIn accordance with organisational goals, ensuring a program of treatment and psychoeducational groups and workshops area developed, promoted and deliveredUndertaking line management responsibilities for staff including the recruitment, training, support and performance management of employeesContributing to the National Management team and act for the Regional Director as required Mandatory Skills and Experience:Qualifications must be that of an accredited health professional or social workerQualified health professionals must have current registration with the Australian health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA)Preference is for mental health professionals including Clinical Psychologists, Psychologists, Mental Health Social Workers or Mental Health Occupational Therapists with extensive clinical and relevant management experienceWorking with Vulnerable People and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance must be obtained prior to commencingHealth professional and social workers must have extensive clinical and relevant management experienceContract management experience is highly desirableAbility to demonstrate your claims against the EL1 Integrated Leadership System (ILS) If you believe this opportunity is for you please apply as soon as possible as applications close soon. This selection will be based on your submission of a 1000 word statement of claims (ie one page pitch) outlining your skills, knowledge and experience including why you should be considered for this role. For more information on this role please contact Leanne Alexander on 6132 3836 or email your application (statement of claims and CV) to Leanne.Alexander@randstad.com.au. For a confidential discussion phone Leanne on (02) 6132 3836At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • temporary
    • AU$45 - AU$50 per year
    • full-time
    Your new company:This well established Federal Government agency is looking for an APS5 Security Administration Officer to join their team on a 12 month contract basis with a possibility of extension for the right candidate. The potential candidate will have to pass a pre-engagement check prior to commencing and will currently hold or be able to obtain and maintain a Negative Vetting 1 (NV1) Security Clearance.Your responsibilities:You would be responsible for providing personnel vetting and administration services. You duties will include but is not limited to:Administration (Printing, filing, and ordering) of correspondence.Vetting of personal data relating to pre-engagement security checks.Processing security clearance forms with the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency.Organising emails through a centralised mailing list.Frequent data entry (interpreting handwritten information and entering into computer-based fields) with attention to detail.Advanced checking of forms for completeness.Hastening outstanding information; andOther basic security monitoring and reporting duties as directed To be successful:Sound computer skillsSound communication and organisation skills.Demonstrated personal drive, initiative, maturity, integrity, and tact.The ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion in relation to sensitive issues.Demonstrated ability to perform well in a small team, meet deadlines with attention to detail.Prior experience in Australian Government vetting activitiesTo apply for this role please click on the APPLY NOW button. If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who may be interested please forward the details to them. For a confidential chat about this opportunity call Kimberly Corneille on (02) 6132 3812 for further information. As the closing date is quickly approaching please submit asap.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.
    Your new company:This well established Federal Government agency is looking for an APS5 Security Administration Officer to join their team on a 12 month contract basis with a possibility of extension for the right candidate. The potential candidate will have to pass a pre-engagement check prior to commencing and will currently hold or be able to obtain and maintain a Negative Vetting 1 (NV1) Security Clearance.Your responsibilities:You would be responsible for providing personnel vetting and administration services. You duties will include but is not limited to:Administration (Printing, filing, and ordering) of correspondence.Vetting of personal data relating to pre-engagement security checks.Processing security clearance forms with the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency.Organising emails through a centralised mailing list.Frequent data entry (interpreting handwritten information and entering into computer-based fields) with attention to detail.Advanced checking of forms for completeness.Hastening outstanding information; andOther basic security monitoring and reporting duties as directed To be successful:Sound computer skillsSound communication and organisation skills.Demonstrated personal drive, initiative, maturity, integrity, and tact.The ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion in relation to sensitive issues.Demonstrated ability to perform well in a small team, meet deadlines with attention to detail.Prior experience in Australian Government vetting activitiesTo apply for this role please click on the APPLY NOW button. If this role isn’t for you but you know someone who may be interested please forward the details to them. For a confidential chat about this opportunity call Kimberly Corneille on (02) 6132 3812 for further information. As the closing date is quickly approaching please submit asap.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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$70.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, AU$70 - AU$80 per hour + superannuation
    • full-time
    About the roleThis role is responsible for managing the Executive's office along with a small team of support staff. You will ensure that a high level of executive and administrative support is delivered to the agencies executive team and committees.Your main responsibilities/duties will include:Develop and produce material, including drafting reports for boards, committees, public presentations and consultative forumsUndertake relevant researchSupport the Executive to prepare for meetings, committee hearings, Senate Estimates and other Parliamentary hearings and media interviewsProvide secretariat for committees, including compiling the agenda, drafting and disseminating papers, taking minutes and following up actionsContribute to the development of key corporate documents including corporate and operational plans, the annual report and briefing material for Senate Estimates and other Parliamentary hearingsCoordinate management and review of correspondence and ministerial requests requiring the Commissioner’s attentionManage key external stakeholder relationships and stakeholder engagementLead, manage and mentor staff What you need to succeedDemonstrated experience in a similar, fast paced roleAbility to work flexible hours when requiredExceptional communication and negotiation skillsExperience managing and leading teams What you'll get in returnBe a part of a team passionate about making a difference8 month contract with potential to extendAttractive hourly rateBeing a contractor with Randstad gives you have access to some great benefits. Access to discounts and vouchers via Randstad's employee portalA free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad App Next stepsIf you feel this is the right role for you, and can demonstrate the required skills and experience, please apply now via the appropriate link. For a confidential discussion please call Leanne on 6132 3836.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 roleThis role is responsible for managing the Executive's office along with a small team of support staff. You will ensure that a high level of executive and administrative support is delivered to the agencies executive team and committees.Your main responsibilities/duties will include:Develop and produce material, including drafting reports for boards, committees, public presentations and consultative forumsUndertake relevant researchSupport the Executive to prepare for meetings, committee hearings, Senate Estimates and other Parliamentary hearings and media interviewsProvide secretariat for committees, including compiling the agenda, drafting and disseminating papers, taking minutes and following up actionsContribute to the development of key corporate documents including corporate and operational plans, the annual report and briefing material for Senate Estimates and other Parliamentary hearingsCoordinate management and review of correspondence and ministerial requests requiring the Commissioner’s attentionManage key external stakeholder relationships and stakeholder engagementLead, manage and mentor staff What you need to succeedDemonstrated experience in a similar, fast paced roleAbility to work flexible hours when requiredExceptional communication and negotiation skillsExperience managing and leading teams What you'll get in returnBe a part of a team passionate about making a difference8 month contract with potential to extendAttractive hourly rateBeing a contractor with Randstad gives you have access to some great benefits. Access to discounts and vouchers via Randstad's employee portalA free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad App Next stepsIf you feel this is the right role for you, and can demonstrate the required skills and experience, please apply now via the appropriate link. For a confidential discussion please call Leanne on 6132 3836.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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    Randstad is looking to engage with prospective candidates who are experienced working in Federal Government and looking for a new opportunity. As an experienced APS6-EL1 Program specialist, you will be self motivated and capable of bringing your talents to our clients who value hard work and commitment. Your new roleYou duties may include but are not limited to:Effective written correspondence such as briefs, policy, reportsAbility to develop in depth knowledge of new subject matter quickly to advise and recommend on policy mattersIn depth research and analysis on relevant topics to help inform policyWorking effectively within team environments and stakeholders for positive outcomesInput and understanding of program management within a Federal Government arenaAssisting the program with business improvement tasks and projects where requiredContribute to related policy and goals of the team, branch and division by assisting with tasks and consulting with other teamsProviding high quality policy and program advice through strategic thinking and effective communication About youYou will bring the following skills and experience to your new role:Strong written skills that are aligned with Government writing styleHigh level of experience in a program management experienceEffective negotiation and stakeholder management skillsEnthusiasm and initiative to input ideas and follow directionHigh level of attention to detailA commitment to support and promote relevant government objectivesYou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearance If you would like to be considered for these potential roles, and you are not already registered with Randstad, this is a great opportunity to tell us about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your Microsoft Word resume. For a confidential discussion on how Randstad can assist you with Federal Government roles in the area of policy, project, program, at the APS5 upwards, call Leanne Alexander on 6132 3836.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.
    Randstad is looking to engage with prospective candidates who are experienced working in Federal Government and looking for a new opportunity. As an experienced APS6-EL1 Program specialist, you will be self motivated and capable of bringing your talents to our clients who value hard work and commitment. Your new roleYou duties may include but are not limited to:Effective written correspondence such as briefs, policy, reportsAbility to develop in depth knowledge of new subject matter quickly to advise and recommend on policy mattersIn depth research and analysis on relevant topics to help inform policyWorking effectively within team environments and stakeholders for positive outcomesInput and understanding of program management within a Federal Government arenaAssisting the program with business improvement tasks and projects where requiredContribute to related policy and goals of the team, branch and division by assisting with tasks and consulting with other teamsProviding high quality policy and program advice through strategic thinking and effective communication About youYou will bring the following skills and experience to your new role:Strong written skills that are aligned with Government writing styleHigh level of experience in a program management experienceEffective negotiation and stakeholder management skillsEnthusiasm and initiative to input ideas and follow directionHigh level of attention to detailA commitment to support and promote relevant government objectivesYou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearance If you would like to be considered for these potential roles, and you are not already registered with Randstad, this is a great opportunity to tell us about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your Microsoft Word resume. For a confidential discussion on how Randstad can assist you with Federal Government roles in the area of policy, project, program, at the APS5 upwards, call Leanne Alexander on 6132 3836.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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$40.00 - AU$45.00, per hour, super
    • full-time
    One of our Federal Government clients is seeking highly organised professionals to join the team for a 12 month contract with possible extension. In this role you will be contributing to applying innovative approaches to complex and sensitive issues as well as providing a high level of secretariat and administrative support to the team. Your Duties;Streamlining processes for increased efficiency as well as collating records and maintaining registersProviding a high level of secretariat and administrative support including coordination and distribution of briefings, papers and submissions Coordination of program and project activitiesProcessing invoices and assisting with budget functionsWork collaboratively with the section staff About you;Fantastic attention to detail with the ability to adapt to changing priorities Previous experience in a project, secretariat or administrative role within Government Previous experience with PDMS will be highly desirable Fantastic communication and organisation skills If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to rebecca.cosan@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.