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    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$52.00 - AU$57.00, per hour, Super
    • full-time
    The Executive Officer undertakes a range of executive support functions for the Executive Director Corporate Services, including high level administrative, project management and support, research and policy development support. The role supports the Executive Director to develop critical business plans, research and draft policies and processes, manage communications and plan and manage projects that contribute to the objectives of the Division. About the Role As a executive support officer, you will work across a number of high functioning portfolios and work your daily duties will include:Manage, coordinate or support a range of projects to support the effective and efficient operation of Corporate Services, including project planning, risk assessment and mitigation, stakeholder liaison and business analysis and reportingResearch, prepare and review advice, reports, briefs and submissions to contribute to the development of policy and procedures and support executive decision makingUndertake business analysis activities under guidance and presentation of findings, data and conclusions of information to support the Executive Director’s and Divisions core activities, meetings, presentations and contacts with senior government stakeholdersCoordinate budget activities for the Corporate Services Division, including budget planning, development and monitoring, and contribute to the cost-effective delivery of procurementCoordinate the tracking of business operations, risk management and audit recommendations and associated governance activities, including maintaining the Commission’s risk and compliance registersContribute to planning, implementation and monitoring activities associated with the Commission’s corporate and business plans; develop and implement systems to ensure that key business objectives are effectively coordinated, monitored and reported to senior management About You To be successful in this role it is important that you possess the following attributes:MUST be an Australian citizenMust be able to deal with sensitive information and complete a section 80 confidentiality agreementStrong organisational skills with a proven ability to plan, prioritise and manage multiple tasks to meet deadlinesStrong written and verbal communication skills to prepare accurate and timely correspondence, briefings, reports and adviceAbility to interpret data and undertake research/analysis to identify problems and propose actionsHigh level attention to detail with experience in interpreting and applying policies and proceduresExperience providing project or program support, including the coordination and monitoring of progress and reportsExcellent computer skills, including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and VisioDemonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and as a team member 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 Executive Officer undertakes a range of executive support functions for the Executive Director Corporate Services, including high level administrative, project management and support, research and policy development support. The role supports the Executive Director to develop critical business plans, research and draft policies and processes, manage communications and plan and manage projects that contribute to the objectives of the Division. About the Role As a executive support officer, you will work across a number of high functioning portfolios and work your daily duties will include:Manage, coordinate or support a range of projects to support the effective and efficient operation of Corporate Services, including project planning, risk assessment and mitigation, stakeholder liaison and business analysis and reportingResearch, prepare and review advice, reports, briefs and submissions to contribute to the development of policy and procedures and support executive decision makingUndertake business analysis activities under guidance and presentation of findings, data and conclusions of information to support the Executive Director’s and Divisions core activities, meetings, presentations and contacts with senior government stakeholdersCoordinate budget activities for the Corporate Services Division, including budget planning, development and monitoring, and contribute to the cost-effective delivery of procurementCoordinate the tracking of business operations, risk management and audit recommendations and associated governance activities, including maintaining the Commission’s risk and compliance registersContribute to planning, implementation and monitoring activities associated with the Commission’s corporate and business plans; develop and implement systems to ensure that key business objectives are effectively coordinated, monitored and reported to senior management About You To be successful in this role it is important that you possess the following attributes:MUST be an Australian citizenMust be able to deal with sensitive information and complete a section 80 confidentiality agreementStrong organisational skills with a proven ability to plan, prioritise and manage multiple tasks to meet deadlinesStrong written and verbal communication skills to prepare accurate and timely correspondence, briefings, reports and adviceAbility to interpret data and undertake research/analysis to identify problems and propose actionsHigh level attention to detail with experience in interpreting and applying policies and proceduresExperience providing project or program support, including the coordination and monitoring of progress and reportsExcellent computer skills, including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and VisioDemonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and as a team member 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.
    • tomago, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$45.00 - AU$55.00, per hour, super
    • full-time
    Location: Williamtown - Baseline security clearance essentialFull time, 12-Month Contract$45+ per hourAbout the Company Working for a Defence company, you will form part of the NV1 Team located in Williamtown for the role of Disposal Clerk to provide Supply Services.About the RoleYou will be conducting daily tasks in support of the NV1 process, which will include but not limited to:Compiling an inventory of items for disposalPreparation of essential documentation for items to be disposedAccurate completion of all filing obligations in accordance with the kind of disposalAdministration of the disposal databasePurchasing in accordance with the ESCM to meet disposal needsThe successful applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:MILIS profilesInventory ControllerPurchasingSCA ClerkDisposal ClerkBaseline security clearanceHighly DesirablePrevious experience in Integrated Logistic fundamentals within a Defence environmentUnderstanding of Defence assetsGeneral understanding of a Defence disposal processGeneral understanding of Defence Business Process Monitoring and reporting requirementsAircraft supply support services knowledge, skills and experienceAbility to work successfully unsupervised and in a team environmentHigh level of written and oral communication and negotiation skills to facilitate open interaction between customer support teams and key internal and external stakeholders 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.
    Location: Williamtown - Baseline security clearance essentialFull time, 12-Month Contract$45+ per hourAbout the Company Working for a Defence company, you will form part of the NV1 Team located in Williamtown for the role of Disposal Clerk to provide Supply Services.About the RoleYou will be conducting daily tasks in support of the NV1 process, which will include but not limited to:Compiling an inventory of items for disposalPreparation of essential documentation for items to be disposedAccurate completion of all filing obligations in accordance with the kind of disposalAdministration of the disposal databasePurchasing in accordance with the ESCM to meet disposal needsThe successful applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:MILIS profilesInventory ControllerPurchasingSCA ClerkDisposal ClerkBaseline security clearanceHighly DesirablePrevious experience in Integrated Logistic fundamentals within a Defence environmentUnderstanding of Defence assetsGeneral understanding of a Defence disposal processGeneral understanding of Defence Business Process Monitoring and reporting requirementsAircraft supply support services knowledge, skills and experienceAbility to work successfully unsupervised and in a team environmentHigh level of written and oral communication and negotiation skills to facilitate open interaction between customer support teams and key internal and external stakeholders 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.
    • newcastle, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$45.70 - AU$51.50, per hour, super
    • full-time
    Randstad is supporting a reputable and vital community based Federal Government Agency in Newcastle. We are currently searching for 3 x Business Intelligence Analysts to join their Newcastle branch on a full time temporary contract commencing October for a 1 year initial contract. What’s in it for you?Competitive hourly rate plus superUnique opportunity within Federal GovernmentFlexible working arrangementsOpportunity to put your technical and analytical skills to good use!Your new role:As a Business Intelligence Analyst, you will be accountable under limited direction to undertake complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents. You will work within a team that is responsible for identifying key trends and insights to drive improvements in performance and quality on a continuous basis.We currently have 2 x APS5 and 1 x APS6 positions available, both positions encompass the following with the higher level role involving some implementation strategies.Undertaking data analytics and reporting, producing reports using standard statistical techniques.Extracting and presenting data in Microsoft Excel and result comparison chart formatsDrafting communication pieces and presenting business insights and recommendationsCoordinating branch reporting requirements to monitor and track improvement outcomesUndertaking quality assurance processes, including sample audit programs and reports, quality trend analysis and outcomes analysis.Implementing and managing processes and management systems to track branch and Partner performanceHourly rates are $45.74 (APS5) $51.50 (APS6)About you:You have fine tuned analysis and reporting skills gained from your experience working in a similar Business Analyst role. You work well in a team environment and towards business objectives.How do I apply?If you feel this opportunity is your perfect match, click ‘apply now’ with an up-to-date resume in word format.Closing date is 5pm Tuesday 29th September.For more information please phone Elyse on 4032 7357.Please note you must be an Australian citizen to apply and be prepared to undergo a police check if successful.Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst.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 supporting a reputable and vital community based Federal Government Agency in Newcastle. We are currently searching for 3 x Business Intelligence Analysts to join their Newcastle branch on a full time temporary contract commencing October for a 1 year initial contract. What’s in it for you?Competitive hourly rate plus superUnique opportunity within Federal GovernmentFlexible working arrangementsOpportunity to put your technical and analytical skills to good use!Your new role:As a Business Intelligence Analyst, you will be accountable under limited direction to undertake complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents. You will work within a team that is responsible for identifying key trends and insights to drive improvements in performance and quality on a continuous basis.We currently have 2 x APS5 and 1 x APS6 positions available, both positions encompass the following with the higher level role involving some implementation strategies.Undertaking data analytics and reporting, producing reports using standard statistical techniques.Extracting and presenting data in Microsoft Excel and result comparison chart formatsDrafting communication pieces and presenting business insights and recommendationsCoordinating branch reporting requirements to monitor and track improvement outcomesUndertaking quality assurance processes, including sample audit programs and reports, quality trend analysis and outcomes analysis.Implementing and managing processes and management systems to track branch and Partner performanceHourly rates are $45.74 (APS5) $51.50 (APS6)About you:You have fine tuned analysis and reporting skills gained from your experience working in a similar Business Analyst role. You work well in a team environment and towards business objectives.How do I apply?If you feel this opportunity is your perfect match, click ‘apply now’ with an up-to-date resume in word format.Closing date is 5pm Tuesday 29th September.For more information please phone Elyse on 4032 7357.Please note you must be an Australian citizen to apply and be prepared to undergo a police check if successful.Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Strategic Analyst.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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$35.00 - AU$45.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Randstad is seeking an experienced and motivated Payroll Officer to join a NSW Government agency based in Western Sydney. This role will require the successful candidate to have end to end payroll experience using a major ERP System, SAP.Responsibilities:Support the team with payroll processing, providing a positive customer experience in response to a high volume of queries via a Ticketing SystemProcessing end to end fortnightly & monthly payrolls in a fast paced environment utilising knowledge of payroll legislation, work cover, PAYE, Superannuation, salary packaging arrangements and Award interpretationPreparation, balancing and reconciling payroll, PAYG, tax and superannuationMaintain employee details, pay records, and salary information, overall maintenance of master dataManage internal workflow and capturing of information for new starters, internal movements, and terminations, hire to retireRequirements:Minimum 5 years payroll experienceSAP system experience is desirablePrevious NSW Government experience is desirable Experience processing a large, high volume payrollExceptional attention to detail, problem solving and analytical skillsSuperior communication skillsProblem solving skills to resolve employee enquiriesStrong motivational and logical skills and be able to autonomously workTraining will be providedTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Vincent Trang on 0456 791 204 or via email vincent.trang@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.
    Randstad is seeking an experienced and motivated Payroll Officer to join a NSW Government agency based in Western Sydney. This role will require the successful candidate to have end to end payroll experience using a major ERP System, SAP.Responsibilities:Support the team with payroll processing, providing a positive customer experience in response to a high volume of queries via a Ticketing SystemProcessing end to end fortnightly & monthly payrolls in a fast paced environment utilising knowledge of payroll legislation, work cover, PAYE, Superannuation, salary packaging arrangements and Award interpretationPreparation, balancing and reconciling payroll, PAYG, tax and superannuationMaintain employee details, pay records, and salary information, overall maintenance of master dataManage internal workflow and capturing of information for new starters, internal movements, and terminations, hire to retireRequirements:Minimum 5 years payroll experienceSAP system experience is desirablePrevious NSW Government experience is desirable Experience processing a large, high volume payrollExceptional attention to detail, problem solving and analytical skillsSuperior communication skillsProblem solving skills to resolve employee enquiriesStrong motivational and logical skills and be able to autonomously workTraining will be providedTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Vincent Trang on 0456 791 204 or via email vincent.trang@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
    • AU$41.00 - AU$45.00, per hour, superannuation
    • full-time
    About the role:As a Case Management Support Officer, your role will be responsible for supporting Case Managers to achieve timely outcomes.Manage a high-volume shared inboxTriage applications and correspondenceProcess and allocate applications to a Case ManagerPrepare, compile and file legal documents within statutory timeframesOrganise risk assessments as required to support with decision making processesLiaise with Case Managers and internal/ external legal professionalsUtilise CRM system to upload and record accurate informationYour profile will demonstrate:Demonstrated experience in a similar roleLegal experience is preferredExcellent communication and liaison skills (written and verbal)Australian citizenshipBenefits:Join a large organisation with growth opportunitiesGrow your career in the public sectorWork as part of a diverse workforce If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply immediately.**Please note that this position will require Australian citizenship. You will be required to undergo a National Police Check along with other potential pre-engagement checks.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 role:As a Case Management Support Officer, your role will be responsible for supporting Case Managers to achieve timely outcomes.Manage a high-volume shared inboxTriage applications and correspondenceProcess and allocate applications to a Case ManagerPrepare, compile and file legal documents within statutory timeframesOrganise risk assessments as required to support with decision making processesLiaise with Case Managers and internal/ external legal professionalsUtilise CRM system to upload and record accurate informationYour profile will demonstrate:Demonstrated experience in a similar roleLegal experience is preferredExcellent communication and liaison skills (written and verbal)Australian citizenshipBenefits:Join a large organisation with growth opportunitiesGrow your career in the public sectorWork as part of a diverse workforce If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply immediately.**Please note that this position will require Australian citizenship. You will be required to undergo a National Police Check along with other potential pre-engagement checks.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$31.00, per hour, Attractive Penalty Rates
    • full-time
    This is an opportunity to work for a NSW Government department, one of the biggest employers in Australia. The Government employs an inclusive and diverse workforce, with fun and supportive office environments and flexible work options. About your new role As call centre operator, you will be responsible for responding to incoming customer requests received through multiple channels, including phone and email, following the Department policies to solve customer enquiries. As the first point of contact for customers, you will need to have a commitment to customer service and an ability to make quick and accurate decisions. Answer incoming customer enquiries and requests for informationProviding up to date and accurate information to members of the publicEscalating and transferring calls to the right departmentStay updated on departmental policy changes to determine responsesHandle customer data and information with confidentialityMaintain accurate records and databasesWhat you will need The call centre representatives are often the first point of contact for the Department. It is essential that you enjoy providing a high level of customer service treating customers with honesty, fairness, sensitivity and dignity. Excellent interpersonal communication skillsHigh level of professionalism and work ethicStrong problem solving abilities, especially in a fast-paced environmentA positive and resilient outlookAdvanced computer literacy skills and able to pick up new systems quicklyPrevious experience in a contact centre/customer service roleThere are multiple roles available working from Parramatta or from home. Please note, work from home is not guaranteed and depends on the speed of the internet you have at home. You will need to be available for a minimum of 3 months. This is a great opportunity Working for NSW Government not only allows you to make a contribution through the work that you do, it also allows you to be a part of something bigger. It means embracing new challenges every day and learning from some of the nation’s best and brightest. Work as part of a diverse workforceMake time for what countsBe a part of something biggerNext steps If you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact marcin.sajna@randstad.com.au We recruit for a broad range of job types across multiple departments and locations within the NSW Government, so if this role isn’t for you but you would like to be considered for other government roles, please email centralnswgovernment@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.
    This is an opportunity to work for a NSW Government department, one of the biggest employers in Australia. The Government employs an inclusive and diverse workforce, with fun and supportive office environments and flexible work options. About your new role As call centre operator, you will be responsible for responding to incoming customer requests received through multiple channels, including phone and email, following the Department policies to solve customer enquiries. As the first point of contact for customers, you will need to have a commitment to customer service and an ability to make quick and accurate decisions. Answer incoming customer enquiries and requests for informationProviding up to date and accurate information to members of the publicEscalating and transferring calls to the right departmentStay updated on departmental policy changes to determine responsesHandle customer data and information with confidentialityMaintain accurate records and databasesWhat you will need The call centre representatives are often the first point of contact for the Department. It is essential that you enjoy providing a high level of customer service treating customers with honesty, fairness, sensitivity and dignity. Excellent interpersonal communication skillsHigh level of professionalism and work ethicStrong problem solving abilities, especially in a fast-paced environmentA positive and resilient outlookAdvanced computer literacy skills and able to pick up new systems quicklyPrevious experience in a contact centre/customer service roleThere are multiple roles available working from Parramatta or from home. Please note, work from home is not guaranteed and depends on the speed of the internet you have at home. You will need to be available for a minimum of 3 months. This is a great opportunity Working for NSW Government not only allows you to make a contribution through the work that you do, it also allows you to be a part of something bigger. It means embracing new challenges every day and learning from some of the nation’s best and brightest. Work as part of a diverse workforceMake time for what countsBe a part of something biggerNext steps If you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact marcin.sajna@randstad.com.au We recruit for a broad range of job types across multiple departments and locations within the NSW Government, so if this role isn’t for you but you would like to be considered for other government roles, please email centralnswgovernment@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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$31.00 - AU$33.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for strong call centre and customer service candidates to work in the Voting Call Centres in November and December 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toWorking in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into the voting systemHandling a high volume of inbound callsFollowing a script and applying accurate legislative requirementsProviding excellent service and support to callers across a diverse range of backgrounds and agesAsking questions and escalating complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout YourselfCourteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to the general publicStrong computer literacy skills and attention to detailAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set proceduresComfortable working in a call centre where calls are recorded and monitored for compliance purposes, and able to adhere to a call scriptMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this projectRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
    Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for strong call centre and customer service candidates to work in the Voting Call Centres in November and December 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toWorking in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into the voting systemHandling a high volume of inbound callsFollowing a script and applying accurate legislative requirementsProviding excellent service and support to callers across a diverse range of backgrounds and agesAsking questions and escalating complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout YourselfCourteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to the general publicStrong computer literacy skills and attention to detailAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set proceduresComfortable working in a call centre where calls are recorded and monitored for compliance purposes, and able to adhere to a call scriptMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this projectRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$30.00 - AU$32.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for candidates with strong data entry and administration skills for our talent pool, to be available to work throughout October and November 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you! Your duties will include, but are not limited toProofreading and verifying forms for quality assurance and accuracy Entering data into database software and checking to ensure accuracyFollowing written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow election proceduresResolving discrepancies in information and escalating to a supervisor if needed About YouStrong data entry and computer skillsGreat time management - able to work efficiently Flexible - able to move between roles as the project needs developImpressive attention to detail with an eye for accuracyMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this project Randstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positionsIf these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
    Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for candidates with strong data entry and administration skills for our talent pool, to be available to work throughout October and November 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you! Your duties will include, but are not limited toProofreading and verifying forms for quality assurance and accuracy Entering data into database software and checking to ensure accuracyFollowing written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow election proceduresResolving discrepancies in information and escalating to a supervisor if needed About YouStrong data entry and computer skillsGreat time management - able to work efficiently Flexible - able to move between roles as the project needs developImpressive attention to detail with an eye for accuracyMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this project Randstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positionsIf these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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
    • contract
    • AU$36.24 - AU$36.24, per hour, Super
    • full-time
    About your new roleAs a Guardian you are responsible for the delivery of Guardianship services to achieve the best possible outcomes for people with disabilities consistent with the Principles of the Guardianship Act. Main responsibilities in this role include:Undertake actions mostly of an individual case related nature and conduct activities based on agreed actions plans with the guidance of supervisors and Regional Managers.Develop and implement decision making plans, procedures and activities that attempt to resolve issues facing clients.Prepare reports where necessary about or relating to guardianship cases for the Guardianship Division of NCAT.Provide information to the public as well as respond to enquiries by professional staff, service providers and clients.Make, implement and monitor decisions within delegated authority to best serve the interests of people under guardianship within legislation and procedural guidelines of the Public Guardian What you will needExperience working in a case manager role and experience working with people disabilities are both necessary for this roleStrong customer service skills; excellent communication skills, telephone manner and active listeningDemonstrated ability to work effectively in a team, with an ability to work autonomously under minimal supervision Your profile will demonstrate:MUST have working rights in AustraliaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, 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.
    About your new roleAs a Guardian you are responsible for the delivery of Guardianship services to achieve the best possible outcomes for people with disabilities consistent with the Principles of the Guardianship Act. Main responsibilities in this role include:Undertake actions mostly of an individual case related nature and conduct activities based on agreed actions plans with the guidance of supervisors and Regional Managers.Develop and implement decision making plans, procedures and activities that attempt to resolve issues facing clients.Prepare reports where necessary about or relating to guardianship cases for the Guardianship Division of NCAT.Provide information to the public as well as respond to enquiries by professional staff, service providers and clients.Make, implement and monitor decisions within delegated authority to best serve the interests of people under guardianship within legislation and procedural guidelines of the Public Guardian What you will needExperience working in a case manager role and experience working with people disabilities are both necessary for this roleStrong customer service skills; excellent communication skills, telephone manner and active listeningDemonstrated ability to work effectively in a team, with an ability to work autonomously under minimal supervision Your profile will demonstrate:MUST have working rights in AustraliaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, 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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$600 - AU$800, per day, Plus Super
    • full-time
    Company:Randstad has been engaged to recruit a Policy Advisor for a highly respected NSW Government Agency. The business is going through an exciting phase of significant change and growth and is seeking a driven Policy Advisor to join their expanding team. The Role:This position boasts the ability for the successful applicant to be the key member and support of a policy team which interacts with the operations of the business. Responsibilities of the role include, however are not limited to: Supporting the Manager of Corporate Governance to monitor and devise recommendations for the entities’ compliance with corporate governance accountabilities. Supports the administration of the Delegation Framework. Supports the management of Corporate Policy Framework for all entities including procedures for new or amended policies. Co-manage the efficient and effective operation of the Secretariat function. Act as a delegate for the Manager Corporate Governance when required. Draft or critically review committee meeting papers. Assist in the regular review of governance processes. Perform a range of tasks to support the team. Live the NSW Public Sector and organisational values to achieve outstanding outcomes for the organisation and customers. Execute safety responsibilities, authorities and accountabilities consistent with safety management system requirements. Candidate Profile:The position has autonomy in coordinating and managing their work, and makes decisions on matters under their direct control. The position holder has discretion in deciding how a task will be conducted, including decisions on who to consult, both within and outside the organisation. The position is fully accountable for the formulation of advice and coordination across all operational objectives within their delegated authority. Relevant tertiary qualifications in Corporate Governance or demonstrated equivalent extensive experience working in a company secretarial / corporate governance function. Demonstrated experience in the provision of confidential corporate governance support and office management. Demonstrated understanding of best practice corporate governance principles in Australia (or overseas). If this sounds like you please forward your resume to Daniel Moran by clicking on 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.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.
    Company:Randstad has been engaged to recruit a Policy Advisor for a highly respected NSW Government Agency. The business is going through an exciting phase of significant change and growth and is seeking a driven Policy Advisor to join their expanding team. The Role:This position boasts the ability for the successful applicant to be the key member and support of a policy team which interacts with the operations of the business. Responsibilities of the role include, however are not limited to: Supporting the Manager of Corporate Governance to monitor and devise recommendations for the entities’ compliance with corporate governance accountabilities. Supports the administration of the Delegation Framework. Supports the management of Corporate Policy Framework for all entities including procedures for new or amended policies. Co-manage the efficient and effective operation of the Secretariat function. Act as a delegate for the Manager Corporate Governance when required. Draft or critically review committee meeting papers. Assist in the regular review of governance processes. Perform a range of tasks to support the team. Live the NSW Public Sector and organisational values to achieve outstanding outcomes for the organisation and customers. Execute safety responsibilities, authorities and accountabilities consistent with safety management system requirements. Candidate Profile:The position has autonomy in coordinating and managing their work, and makes decisions on matters under their direct control. The position holder has discretion in deciding how a task will be conducted, including decisions on who to consult, both within and outside the organisation. The position is fully accountable for the formulation of advice and coordination across all operational objectives within their delegated authority. Relevant tertiary qualifications in Corporate Governance or demonstrated equivalent extensive experience working in a company secretarial / corporate governance function. Demonstrated experience in the provision of confidential corporate governance support and office management. Demonstrated understanding of best practice corporate governance principles in Australia (or overseas). If this sounds like you please forward your resume to Daniel Moran by clicking on 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.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.
    • queanbeyan, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$100.00 - AU$120.00 per hour
    • full-time
    The role will provide support for the site management of multiple road maintenance projects in regional NSW.Key ResponsibilitiesWorking collaboratively with the Contractors team and other TfNSW staffResponsibility for monitoring all site qualityManaging and responding to requests for informationIndependently reviewing Contractor documentationIndependently resolving technical issues on siteSupport in commercial items such as payment claims and variation assessmentsAssist in forecasting, accruals and in gateway review processesThe role will also be responsible for managinging minor works contracts and preparing contract documentation. The role will be managing 4 staff including Project Engineers and Site Engineers.RequirementsExperience in earthworks, concreting and utilities on road infrastructure projectsStrong financial and estimating experience - will be assisting with tendering and contractsStrong people management skillsExperience with WHS and quality systems and promote a strong focus on safetyOffice is based in Yass, however, the role will be looking after multiple projects in various areas across the SW region. Therefore, you will need to be flexible as the role will involve travelling and staying in different locations. There will be allowances for this.To apply for this, please send your resume to daniel.flatley@randstad.com.au. Closing date for submissions is COB Thursday 9th September.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 role will provide support for the site management of multiple road maintenance projects in regional NSW.Key ResponsibilitiesWorking collaboratively with the Contractors team and other TfNSW staffResponsibility for monitoring all site qualityManaging and responding to requests for informationIndependently reviewing Contractor documentationIndependently resolving technical issues on siteSupport in commercial items such as payment claims and variation assessmentsAssist in forecasting, accruals and in gateway review processesThe role will also be responsible for managinging minor works contracts and preparing contract documentation. The role will be managing 4 staff including Project Engineers and Site Engineers.RequirementsExperience in earthworks, concreting and utilities on road infrastructure projectsStrong financial and estimating experience - will be assisting with tendering and contractsStrong people management skillsExperience with WHS and quality systems and promote a strong focus on safetyOffice is based in Yass, however, the role will be looking after multiple projects in various areas across the SW region. Therefore, you will need to be flexible as the role will involve travelling and staying in different locations. There will be allowances for this.To apply for this, please send your resume to daniel.flatley@randstad.com.au. Closing date for submissions is COB Thursday 9th September.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.
    • penrith, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$36.00 - AU$46.00, per hour, superannuation
    • full-time
    Role types:Administration Officer / Business SupportCall Centre Operator / Customer Service RepresentativeCase Manager Complaints Officer / Dispute ResolutionCompliance Officer / Quality AssuranceExecutive Support (EA, PA, Team Assistant, Office Managers)Policy OfficerProject Support OfficerRegistration Officer / Assessment OfficerYour profile will demonstrate:Experience in any of the above areasGovernment experience is highly regardedIntermediate to advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, CRM, etc.)Excellent communication and liaison skills (written and verbal)Sound decision making and evaluation skillsAustralian citizenshipBenefits:Join large organisations with growth opportunitiesWork as part of a diverse workforce Here at Randstad, we offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid weeklyIf you are ready to apply for opportunities, please select “Apply Now”.*Please note that this advertisement is for Expressions of Interest only. If you are a suitable candidate, you will be placed in our merit pool for when positions arise.**Please note that all positions within the federal government will require Australian citizenship, a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. 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.
    Role types:Administration Officer / Business SupportCall Centre Operator / Customer Service RepresentativeCase Manager Complaints Officer / Dispute ResolutionCompliance Officer / Quality AssuranceExecutive Support (EA, PA, Team Assistant, Office Managers)Policy OfficerProject Support OfficerRegistration Officer / Assessment OfficerYour profile will demonstrate:Experience in any of the above areasGovernment experience is highly regardedIntermediate to advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, CRM, etc.)Excellent communication and liaison skills (written and verbal)Sound decision making and evaluation skillsAustralian citizenshipBenefits:Join large organisations with growth opportunitiesWork as part of a diverse workforce Here at Randstad, we offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid weeklyIf you are ready to apply for opportunities, please select “Apply Now”.*Please note that this advertisement is for Expressions of Interest only. If you are a suitable candidate, you will be placed in our merit pool for when positions arise.**Please note that all positions within the federal government will require Australian citizenship, a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. 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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • full-time
    A local government organisation that is going through an exciting period of change and transformation is seeking an experienced Project Manager of Community Infrastructure to work across a range of high profile projects.ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Community Infrastructure Manager, you will work with SMEs, stakeholders, and a range of consultants on Business Readiness activities in preparation for their handover and transition to BAU. You will be accountable for managing the successful client side delivery of approved major projects from inception, business readiness through to project completion and handover.The Project Manager acts as the nominal asset manager of all of Council’s land and building assets and has a primary objective to ensure these assets support effective delivery of services to the community.Requirements To be successful in this position you will have 10+ years experience in client side / non-technical project based roles in a government context, ideally in the development of major community infrastructure or strategic programs. The scope of work will include the planning and execution of a broad spectrum of deliverables that include people, process and system.Minimum degree qualifications in a relevant discipline such as project management, engineering, business administration and / or equivalent knowledge or experience, current Project Management Practitioner Accreditation, ideally Prince2 or PMBOK.To ApplyClick "apply" below to submit your resume/application or if you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 Alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@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.
    A local government organisation that is going through an exciting period of change and transformation is seeking an experienced Project Manager of Community Infrastructure to work across a range of high profile projects.ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Community Infrastructure Manager, you will work with SMEs, stakeholders, and a range of consultants on Business Readiness activities in preparation for their handover and transition to BAU. You will be accountable for managing the successful client side delivery of approved major projects from inception, business readiness through to project completion and handover.The Project Manager acts as the nominal asset manager of all of Council’s land and building assets and has a primary objective to ensure these assets support effective delivery of services to the community.Requirements To be successful in this position you will have 10+ years experience in client side / non-technical project based roles in a government context, ideally in the development of major community infrastructure or strategic programs. The scope of work will include the planning and execution of a broad spectrum of deliverables that include people, process and system.Minimum degree qualifications in a relevant discipline such as project management, engineering, business administration and / or equivalent knowledge or experience, current Project Management Practitioner Accreditation, ideally Prince2 or PMBOK.To ApplyClick "apply" below to submit your resume/application or if you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 Alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • full-time
    As Project Scheduler, you will organise a master schedule across multiple streams of work across the enterrprise focused on business readiness, pre-opening planning and year one operations. The Project Scheduler is tasked with providing the highest level of oversight of project status and deliverables to cultivate a culture of confidence and understanding of business readiness. The RoleThe Project Scheduler will manage project schedules including critical paths, milestones, baselines and forecasts, estimates and actuals data and dependencies, presenting such data and status in a coherent format to a range of audiences, including Project Sponsors, Project Control Groups and Project staff on a weekly basis. You will work closely with Project teams, SMEs and consultants to document work breakdown structures, resource requirements and interdependencies You will monitor project costs against budget and report identified budget creep in status reporting. As Project Scheduler, you will ensure project documentation, activities are maintained in line with the Project schedule and document management requirements. The PersonTo be successful in this position you will be degree qualified in a relevant discipline such as project management, engineering, business administration and /or equivalent knowledge and have a minimum of 5+ years demonstrated experience as a Master scheduler in complex, multi-disciplinary projects applying a range of project methodologies to manage critical paths, milestones and baseline forecasts, estimate & actuals and interdependencies. To ApplyClick "apply" below to submit your resume/application or if you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 Alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@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.
    As Project Scheduler, you will organise a master schedule across multiple streams of work across the enterrprise focused on business readiness, pre-opening planning and year one operations. The Project Scheduler is tasked with providing the highest level of oversight of project status and deliverables to cultivate a culture of confidence and understanding of business readiness. The RoleThe Project Scheduler will manage project schedules including critical paths, milestones, baselines and forecasts, estimates and actuals data and dependencies, presenting such data and status in a coherent format to a range of audiences, including Project Sponsors, Project Control Groups and Project staff on a weekly basis. You will work closely with Project teams, SMEs and consultants to document work breakdown structures, resource requirements and interdependencies You will monitor project costs against budget and report identified budget creep in status reporting. As Project Scheduler, you will ensure project documentation, activities are maintained in line with the Project schedule and document management requirements. The PersonTo be successful in this position you will be degree qualified in a relevant discipline such as project management, engineering, business administration and /or equivalent knowledge and have a minimum of 5+ years demonstrated experience as a Master scheduler in complex, multi-disciplinary projects applying a range of project methodologies to manage critical paths, milestones and baseline forecasts, estimate & actuals and interdependencies. To ApplyClick "apply" below to submit your resume/application or if you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 Alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$45.00 - AU$53.00, per hour, + Super
    • full-time
    Overview:Working for a Federal Government AgencyLocated in the CBD (next to Central Station)Currently working 100% from home Post COVID, flexible work arrangement Open to part time & full time applicants 6 month role with possible extension ideally to commence ASAP (September 2021)Paying: $45-53ph + 10% super (APS 5 level)Working with a lovely team who are highly intelligent The Branch:AICIS helps protect the Australian people and the environment by assessing the risks of industrial chemicals and providing information to promote their safe use.AICIS is established under the Industrial Chemicals Act 2019. The Industrial Chemicals Act 2019 sets out regulatory obligations on importers, manufacturers and exporters of industrial chemicals. The Section:The AICIS Compliance Section is responsible for a number of activities aimed at ensuring that manufacturers, importers and exporters of industrial chemicals are aware of and exercise their responsibilities under the Act. Your Duties:These positions are very varied where AICIS can utilise various skills & backgrounds, depending on your area of expertise the role is interchangeable.Compliance monitoring of regulated entities (cosmetic & toiletry manufacturers/importers) from large MNC’s (Procter & Gamble, johnson & johnson) to small organisations (corner shops, laundry detergent & soap manufacturers)Advising external stakeholders of their obligations (educational/awareness)Auditing clients, reviewing their reporting & various documentationResearch, interpret and apply legislation and seek legal advice (Industrial Chemicals Act)Assist in establishing and publishing processes, forms. SOP’s, policies, guidelines, enforcement activities.Assist with the management of the AICIS Register of Industrial Chemical Introducers (database management)Managing non-compliance activitiesAbility to work across various programs, projects & work streams. Criteria:You will ideally have worked within either of the following fields: science, environment or health You will have have previous experience working within one of the following professions: compliance, auditing, investigations, legislation or fraudYou MUST be an Australian Citizen to be considered.You must either have:a valid Baseline Security Clearance currentlyOR have the ability to obtain one Next Steps:Please apply ASAP, no cover letter needed.Randstad will be shortlisting candidates up to: EOB 10th September 2021.Shortlisted candidates will likely interview with our client directly between: 14th - 17th September.The successful candidates will ideally commence (end Sep or start Oct).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.
    Overview:Working for a Federal Government AgencyLocated in the CBD (next to Central Station)Currently working 100% from home Post COVID, flexible work arrangement Open to part time & full time applicants 6 month role with possible extension ideally to commence ASAP (September 2021)Paying: $45-53ph + 10% super (APS 5 level)Working with a lovely team who are highly intelligent The Branch:AICIS helps protect the Australian people and the environment by assessing the risks of industrial chemicals and providing information to promote their safe use.AICIS is established under the Industrial Chemicals Act 2019. The Industrial Chemicals Act 2019 sets out regulatory obligations on importers, manufacturers and exporters of industrial chemicals. The Section:The AICIS Compliance Section is responsible for a number of activities aimed at ensuring that manufacturers, importers and exporters of industrial chemicals are aware of and exercise their responsibilities under the Act. Your Duties:These positions are very varied where AICIS can utilise various skills & backgrounds, depending on your area of expertise the role is interchangeable.Compliance monitoring of regulated entities (cosmetic & toiletry manufacturers/importers) from large MNC’s (Procter & Gamble, johnson & johnson) to small organisations (corner shops, laundry detergent & soap manufacturers)Advising external stakeholders of their obligations (educational/awareness)Auditing clients, reviewing their reporting & various documentationResearch, interpret and apply legislation and seek legal advice (Industrial Chemicals Act)Assist in establishing and publishing processes, forms. SOP’s, policies, guidelines, enforcement activities.Assist with the management of the AICIS Register of Industrial Chemical Introducers (database management)Managing non-compliance activitiesAbility to work across various programs, projects & work streams. Criteria:You will ideally have worked within either of the following fields: science, environment or health You will have have previous experience working within one of the following professions: compliance, auditing, investigations, legislation or fraudYou MUST be an Australian Citizen to be considered.You must either have:a valid Baseline Security Clearance currentlyOR have the ability to obtain one Next Steps:Please apply ASAP, no cover letter needed.Randstad will be shortlisting candidates up to: EOB 10th September 2021.Shortlisted candidates will likely interview with our client directly between: 14th - 17th September.The successful candidates will ideally commence (end Sep or start Oct).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.
    • wollongong, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, plus super
    • full-time
    This stage government agency is about making NSW a better place to live, work and visit - to keep people and goods moving, connect communities and shape the future of our cities, centres and regions.The team in Wollongong are looking for a part time transport planner to help coordinate and prepare responses to planning authorities and private developers for land use planning and development proposals, in accordance with relevant legislation, statutory timeframes, policy and guidelines.Working 2-3 days a week you will undertake precinct and place-based planning and development assessment, ensuring a customer centric focus and appropriate engagement of internal and external stakeholders.Key accountabilities:ensure the branch meets its statutory obligations and required timeframes in responding to development consent authorities, in accordance with the Environmental Planning Assessment Act and other relevant legislation, in respect to land use plans, development applications and proposals.ensure requirements for land use plans and development consents are understood by the appropriate stakeholders, by liaising and negotiating internally within the branch and externally with relevant stakeholderswork collaboratively across the branch regions to build a consistent approach to land use planning, assessmentKey knowledge and desired experience includes:knowledge of relevant NSW Government planning legislation, with the ability to understand and applyproven experience in land use and transport planning and/or development related impact assessmentThis role is offered as a potential 12-24 month engagement with an hourly rate c.$60.00 + sup per hour. Do not delay in applying for this role, shortlisting will take place very soon.If you have any queries contact Andrew Pinkerton on 02 9233 9929At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    This stage government agency is about making NSW a better place to live, work and visit - to keep people and goods moving, connect communities and shape the future of our cities, centres and regions.The team in Wollongong are looking for a part time transport planner to help coordinate and prepare responses to planning authorities and private developers for land use planning and development proposals, in accordance with relevant legislation, statutory timeframes, policy and guidelines.Working 2-3 days a week you will undertake precinct and place-based planning and development assessment, ensuring a customer centric focus and appropriate engagement of internal and external stakeholders.Key accountabilities:ensure the branch meets its statutory obligations and required timeframes in responding to development consent authorities, in accordance with the Environmental Planning Assessment Act and other relevant legislation, in respect to land use plans, development applications and proposals.ensure requirements for land use plans and development consents are understood by the appropriate stakeholders, by liaising and negotiating internally within the branch and externally with relevant stakeholderswork collaboratively across the branch regions to build a consistent approach to land use planning, assessmentKey knowledge and desired experience includes:knowledge of relevant NSW Government planning legislation, with the ability to understand and applyproven experience in land use and transport planning and/or development related impact assessmentThis role is offered as a potential 12-24 month engagement with an hourly rate c.$60.00 + sup per hour. Do not delay in applying for this role, shortlisting will take place very soon.If you have any queries contact Andrew Pinkerton on 02 9233 9929At 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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