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    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$56.27 - AU$60.06, per hour, + 10 % super
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking Region School Sports Officer who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Region School Sports Officer will work in cooperation with Region Coordinators and others.School Sport Victoria staff to ensure all requirements for teams and events are determined, including facilities, scheduling, communications, marketing and financial considerations are met. This role includes communicating and working effectively with stakeholder organisations within the government.What you will need to exceedBe able to work with existing systems to monitor, account for and report on project forecasts and actuals.Communicate project plans to relevant stakeholders and build capability and understanding.Build and maintain networks that will contribute to the delivery of successful project outcomes.Develop risk mitigation and treatment strategies.Manage relationships with and between project stakeholders.Be able to recognise barriers and find effective ways to deal with them.DesirableRelevant tertiary qualification in Sports and Event ManagementNext stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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 currently seeking Region School Sports Officer who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Region School Sports Officer will work in cooperation with Region Coordinators and others.School Sport Victoria staff to ensure all requirements for teams and events are determined, including facilities, scheduling, communications, marketing and financial considerations are met. This role includes communicating and working effectively with stakeholder organisations within the government.What you will need to exceedBe able to work with existing systems to monitor, account for and report on project forecasts and actuals.Communicate project plans to relevant stakeholders and build capability and understanding.Build and maintain networks that will contribute to the delivery of successful project outcomes.Develop risk mitigation and treatment strategies.Manage relationships with and between project stakeholders.Be able to recognise barriers and find effective ways to deal with them.DesirableRelevant tertiary qualification in Sports and Event ManagementNext stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$87,802 - AU$109,231 per year
    • full-time
    The Lead, Risk Management, has a whole of organisation risk focus and contributes to the core health promotion business of VicHealth, supporting the VicHealth Board, Finance, Audit and Risk (FAR) Committee, Management, Corporate operations and Health Promotion units by:· Coordinate risk management at VicHealth including maintaining risk management framework, policies and procedures in accordance with the relevant Government requirements and risk management standards and providing accurate and timely risk management advice to the VicHealth Board, FAR Committee and Management.· Provide contract, procurement and risk advice and support, including the use of corporate systems across VicHealth. Continually review, and maintain all aspects of VicHealth’s contracts and funding agreements, including the introduction of new obligations where directed by state government.· Liaising with and instructing related external legal service providers on behalf of management.· Continually review and improve procurement, contract and grant-making policies and procedures ensuring compliance with relevant legislative and government requirements.The Lead, Risk Management reports to the Manager, Planning & Business Improvement, and has close working relationships with the Planning and Business Improvement team, and all other VicHealth teams and is expected to develop and nurture excellent internal stakeholder relationships. In order to achieve this, the person in this role must be able to provide efficient and effective liaison; engage stakeholders and have strong verbal and written communication, analytical and problem solving skills.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 Lead, Risk Management, has a whole of organisation risk focus and contributes to the core health promotion business of VicHealth, supporting the VicHealth Board, Finance, Audit and Risk (FAR) Committee, Management, Corporate operations and Health Promotion units by:· Coordinate risk management at VicHealth including maintaining risk management framework, policies and procedures in accordance with the relevant Government requirements and risk management standards and providing accurate and timely risk management advice to the VicHealth Board, FAR Committee and Management.· Provide contract, procurement and risk advice and support, including the use of corporate systems across VicHealth. Continually review, and maintain all aspects of VicHealth’s contracts and funding agreements, including the introduction of new obligations where directed by state government.· Liaising with and instructing related external legal service providers on behalf of management.· Continually review and improve procurement, contract and grant-making policies and procedures ensuring compliance with relevant legislative and government requirements.The Lead, Risk Management reports to the Manager, Planning & Business Improvement, and has close working relationships with the Planning and Business Improvement team, and all other VicHealth teams and is expected to develop and nurture excellent internal stakeholder relationships. In order to achieve this, the person in this role must be able to provide efficient and effective liaison; engage stakeholders and have strong verbal and written communication, analytical and problem solving skills.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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Randstad are currently working with a State Government client who are searching for a Freedom of Information and Subpoena Manager for a 6 month fixed term opportunity. This is a new role that will be placed in the legal division. You will be working alongside a close knit team with one direct report assisting in responding to subpoenas and other orders of requests for document production. You will also be responsible for ensuring that thorough and diligent searches for each request are undertaken and will work with colleagues to prepare responses. Working in a fast paced environment you will be ensuring tasks are completed in line with the legislative timeframes. Your typical duties may include: Managing significant and complex requests made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982Collating and reviewing documents, providing accurate and timely responsesDealing with internal and external stakeholdersPreparing and drafting internal and external communicationsDiscussing technical issues with non technical stakeholdersTo be successful, you will possess: Experience working in the public sector in a similar role working in the areas of FOI, privacy, document production Drafting and written communication stillsAbility to work in a dynamic team environmentAdvanced stakeholder management skillsAttention to detail Demonstrated experience in delivering to strict timeframes and managing multiple competing priorities. Experience in subpoena management (desired) Please note successful candidates may be required to undergo a police check. Please press APPLY NOW or for further information email ben.thomas@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 are currently working with a State Government client who are searching for a Freedom of Information and Subpoena Manager for a 6 month fixed term opportunity. This is a new role that will be placed in the legal division. You will be working alongside a close knit team with one direct report assisting in responding to subpoenas and other orders of requests for document production. You will also be responsible for ensuring that thorough and diligent searches for each request are undertaken and will work with colleagues to prepare responses. Working in a fast paced environment you will be ensuring tasks are completed in line with the legislative timeframes. Your typical duties may include: Managing significant and complex requests made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982Collating and reviewing documents, providing accurate and timely responsesDealing with internal and external stakeholdersPreparing and drafting internal and external communicationsDiscussing technical issues with non technical stakeholdersTo be successful, you will possess: Experience working in the public sector in a similar role working in the areas of FOI, privacy, document production Drafting and written communication stillsAbility to work in a dynamic team environmentAdvanced stakeholder management skillsAttention to detail Demonstrated experience in delivering to strict timeframes and managing multiple competing priorities. Experience in subpoena management (desired) Please note successful candidates may be required to undergo a police check. Please press APPLY NOW or for further information email ben.thomas@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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$64.93 - AU$78.56, per hour, + 10% superannuation
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking Senior Project Officers who can operate with excellence, expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impacting education in Victoria, the Education State.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Project Officer is to lead strategic infrastructure planning within the team, manageinfrastructure projects or sub-projects within the Infrastructure Planning unit, being accountable for successful delivery and completion within resourcing, timeline and budget parameters.What you will need to exceedPlan and project manage evaluation projects to ensure outputs are delivered.Develop project plans for deliverables within the work unit including schedule, activity sequencing, dependencies, timelines, risk management strategies and resource requirements.Lead and present discussion papers, submissions, reports and briefings for key decision makers.Manage relationships with and between project or program stakeholders.Report upon performance standards and quality of outcomes or outputs.Influence and negotiate with stakeholders.DesirableExperience in working for governmentUnderstanding of public sector entityNext stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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 currently seeking Senior Project Officers who can operate with excellence, expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impacting education in Victoria, the Education State.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Project Officer is to lead strategic infrastructure planning within the team, manageinfrastructure projects or sub-projects within the Infrastructure Planning unit, being accountable for successful delivery and completion within resourcing, timeline and budget parameters.What you will need to exceedPlan and project manage evaluation projects to ensure outputs are delivered.Develop project plans for deliverables within the work unit including schedule, activity sequencing, dependencies, timelines, risk management strategies and resource requirements.Lead and present discussion papers, submissions, reports and briefings for key decision makers.Manage relationships with and between project or program stakeholders.Report upon performance standards and quality of outcomes or outputs.Influence and negotiate with stakeholders.DesirableExperience in working for governmentUnderstanding of public sector entityNext stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$130,000 - AU$141,000, per year, plus superannuation
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced Strategic Project Lead looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience by managing significant Council projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Monash.The roleReporting into the Manager for Property & City Design, the Strategic Project Lead will manage and lead the front-end planning stage of project management. From project initiation, development and planning stage and to collaborate with other project managers. This role is primarily focused on facilitating, complementing, assisting and identifying improvements to ensure the delivery of capital works projects across the Municipality.The Strategic Project Lead will be responsible for:Day to day leadership and oversight of multi-disciplinary projects in the design process.Develop clear, well-articulated and agreed briefs to deliver new buildings and building upgrades, pavilions, open spaces and public realm improvements.Lead and prepare feasibility studies, concept and schematic designs and be involved in final design and project documentation.Provide support to the Manager Property & City Design and be a key contact for the Council and the community.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Strategic Project Lead who demonstrates a background in Project Management and Capital Delivery activities and has a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who thinks laterally, methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators.Leadership and management experience; leading diverse, multi-disciplinary groups and delivering collaborative, innovative and quality outcomes.Project Management experience, produce project plans where objectives are clearly defined.Highly developed oral and written communication skills.Analytical skills and ability to undertake management reporting, analyse trends and take corrective action.A tertiary qualification in Infrastructure, Engineering, Architecture or a related field with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is desirable.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 200,000 residents (2019). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community. Monash is a proud multicultural community with almost half of our community born overseas and coming from more than 106 countries.The City of Monash is Monash Council values flexible working arrangements and embraces workplace diversity, inclusion, and equity including children and young people. We are committed to being a child safe organisation and have zero tolerance to child abuse.How to applyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Monash.Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.To view the PD please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-city-monash/The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact councilprojects@randstad.com.auApplications close on Sunday May 08, 2022. If you have any questions please email councilprojects@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.
    Are you an experienced Strategic Project Lead looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience by managing significant Council projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Monash.The roleReporting into the Manager for Property & City Design, the Strategic Project Lead will manage and lead the front-end planning stage of project management. From project initiation, development and planning stage and to collaborate with other project managers. This role is primarily focused on facilitating, complementing, assisting and identifying improvements to ensure the delivery of capital works projects across the Municipality.The Strategic Project Lead will be responsible for:Day to day leadership and oversight of multi-disciplinary projects in the design process.Develop clear, well-articulated and agreed briefs to deliver new buildings and building upgrades, pavilions, open spaces and public realm improvements.Lead and prepare feasibility studies, concept and schematic designs and be involved in final design and project documentation.Provide support to the Manager Property & City Design and be a key contact for the Council and the community.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Strategic Project Lead who demonstrates a background in Project Management and Capital Delivery activities and has a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who thinks laterally, methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators.Leadership and management experience; leading diverse, multi-disciplinary groups and delivering collaborative, innovative and quality outcomes.Project Management experience, produce project plans where objectives are clearly defined.Highly developed oral and written communication skills.Analytical skills and ability to undertake management reporting, analyse trends and take corrective action.A tertiary qualification in Infrastructure, Engineering, Architecture or a related field with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is desirable.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 200,000 residents (2019). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community. Monash is a proud multicultural community with almost half of our community born overseas and coming from more than 106 countries.The City of Monash is Monash Council values flexible working arrangements and embraces workplace diversity, inclusion, and equity including children and young people. We are committed to being a child safe organisation and have zero tolerance to child abuse.How to applyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Monash.Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.To view the PD please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-city-monash/The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact councilprojects@randstad.com.auApplications close on Sunday May 08, 2022. If you have any questions please email councilprojects@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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Randstad Defence is seeking multiple Test Analysts (V&V Analysts) to test management software to conduct both automated and manual tests to identify defects in the Standard Operating Environment. You’ll be working for one of the largest Prime Defence Contractors. They provide solutions to IT engineering problems and provide software applications for critical Defence missions. This is a permanent opportunity with locations in Canberra and Melbourne. About YouExperience with System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM) Knowledge of the SOE pre-staging, testing, and build process with a range of hardware endpoints.Understanding of MDT, SCCM/Configuration Manager, and Citrix administrative consolesExperience in automating test cases with PowerShell and HP ALM Scripting experience using PowerShell; Experience using LoadRunner to test software;Experience with Active Directory and Group Policy ObjectsExperience with application and device whitelistingThe candidate must be an Australian citizen and have a baseline or NV1 security clearance.We have multiple roles available, so if you're as passionate about this position as we are, please do not hesitate to apply now or send an email to Lucas or Pinkey at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au to discuss these roles further in detail and in confidence.Ref/ RANDEFAt 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 Defence is seeking multiple Test Analysts (V&V Analysts) to test management software to conduct both automated and manual tests to identify defects in the Standard Operating Environment. You’ll be working for one of the largest Prime Defence Contractors. They provide solutions to IT engineering problems and provide software applications for critical Defence missions. This is a permanent opportunity with locations in Canberra and Melbourne. About YouExperience with System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM) Knowledge of the SOE pre-staging, testing, and build process with a range of hardware endpoints.Understanding of MDT, SCCM/Configuration Manager, and Citrix administrative consolesExperience in automating test cases with PowerShell and HP ALM Scripting experience using PowerShell; Experience using LoadRunner to test software;Experience with Active Directory and Group Policy ObjectsExperience with application and device whitelistingThe candidate must be an Australian citizen and have a baseline or NV1 security clearance.We have multiple roles available, so if you're as passionate about this position as we are, please do not hesitate to apply now or send an email to Lucas or Pinkey at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au to discuss these roles further in detail and in confidence.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$56.27 - AU$63.85, per hour, + 10 % super
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking Project Officers who can operate with excellence, expertise, solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impacting recreation and sport in Victoria.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Officer will contribute to the full life cycle of the Get Active Kids Voucher Program. The program supports children in getting involved in organised activities by providing vouchers of up to $200 to helpfamilies with the cost of memberships, sports equipment and uniforms.What you will need to exceedCoordinate, develop, and support the preparation of program guidelines, briefings and status reports for the program.Provide project and overall administrative support, including promotion, application and eligibilitySupport and promotion within the sport and active recreation sector.Contribute to the monitoring and evaluation of the program to ensure departmental objectives are met. Coordinate and provide support for key communications activitiesAssist in providing advice to stakeholders and assisting in the preparation and presentation of reports, ministerial briefs, and cabinet and agency submissions.Develop and maintain sound relationships with all key stakeholders, including state active recreation and sports organisations, local government, government departments and other stakeholders.DesirableExperience in working for governmentUnderstanding of public sector entityNext stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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 currently seeking Project Officers who can operate with excellence, expertise, solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impacting recreation and sport in Victoria.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Officer will contribute to the full life cycle of the Get Active Kids Voucher Program. The program supports children in getting involved in organised activities by providing vouchers of up to $200 to helpfamilies with the cost of memberships, sports equipment and uniforms.What you will need to exceedCoordinate, develop, and support the preparation of program guidelines, briefings and status reports for the program.Provide project and overall administrative support, including promotion, application and eligibilitySupport and promotion within the sport and active recreation sector.Contribute to the monitoring and evaluation of the program to ensure departmental objectives are met. Coordinate and provide support for key communications activitiesAssist in providing advice to stakeholders and assisting in the preparation and presentation of reports, ministerial briefs, and cabinet and agency submissions.Develop and maintain sound relationships with all key stakeholders, including state active recreation and sports organisations, local government, government departments and other stakeholders.DesirableExperience in working for governmentUnderstanding of public sector entityNext stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$45.00 - AU$56.00, per hour, 10% Super
    • full-time
    Exciting Administrative and Project Officer roles available across State Government in Victoria. Randstad are currently working with a number of state departments across Victoria. These temporary assignments will allow you to broaden your administration and project experience and contribute to the impactful work of the State Government. You will be a strong, experienced administrative, secretarial and/or project support candidate, with previous experience in the government.Your typical duties may include: Providing administrative support to the departments within state government departments; ● Maintaining records and information databases Customer service (both in person and on phone) Stakeholder management and client engagement Diary management, travel arrangements and ad hoc team administration; Preparing written correspondence and sorting mail; Record, prepare and distribute meeting minutes; Data entry To be successful, you will possess: Previous work experience within government (federal, state or local council) - only applicants with this experience will be considered for this position; Administration or project support experience; Great communication and customer service skills- both verbal and written; ● Intermediate to Advanced MS Office skills; Experience with TRIM and local government systems e.g. pathways Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills. Please note successful candidates may be required to undergo a police check and hold a valid working with children’s check. Candidates who already hold these will be at an advantage. Please press APPLY NOW or for further information email abbey.morris@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.
    Exciting Administrative and Project Officer roles available across State Government in Victoria. Randstad are currently working with a number of state departments across Victoria. These temporary assignments will allow you to broaden your administration and project experience and contribute to the impactful work of the State Government. You will be a strong, experienced administrative, secretarial and/or project support candidate, with previous experience in the government.Your typical duties may include: Providing administrative support to the departments within state government departments; ● Maintaining records and information databases Customer service (both in person and on phone) Stakeholder management and client engagement Diary management, travel arrangements and ad hoc team administration; Preparing written correspondence and sorting mail; Record, prepare and distribute meeting minutes; Data entry To be successful, you will possess: Previous work experience within government (federal, state or local council) - only applicants with this experience will be considered for this position; Administration or project support experience; Great communication and customer service skills- both verbal and written; ● Intermediate to Advanced MS Office skills; Experience with TRIM and local government systems e.g. pathways Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills. Please note successful candidates may be required to undergo a police check and hold a valid working with children’s check. Candidates who already hold these will be at an advantage. Please press APPLY NOW or for further information email abbey.morris@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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$118,000 - AU$127,000, per year, plus superannuation
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced Senior Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Moonee Valley. The role Reporting into the Senior Coordinator - Built Form and Community Infrastructure, the Senior Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and Infrastructure projects. The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for: Providing advanced end to end project and construction management expertise in delivering projects related to Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure. Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring and reporting in relation to Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects. Liaising and managing consultants and other specialists i n planning and design activities for Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects, as well as liaising with relevant Council departments, and key stakeholders to resolve issues as they arise. Supervising projects by carrying out site inspections and attending/organising stakeholder/contractor meetings. Managing high profile projects alone, while also overseeing an assigned portfolio of a diverse range of projects. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the delivery of diverse type infrastructure and public realm projects while possessing the ability to think laterally. This individual will have a demonstrated understanding of the diverse nature of projects within Local Government. You will have extensive knowledge of construction industry principles and practices and substantial experience in successfully managing contracts and contractors. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. About your new organisation Moonee Valley City Council is a vibrant and diverse municipality. We are a local government within the north-west metropolitan area of Melbourne, providing a range of services to some 130,000 residents and over 10,000 businesses. Our 1,200 employees bring their differing backgrounds, experiences and unique perspectives to our collaborative environment, and are supported to share ideas, initiatives and talent, making a positive impact on our community for now and in the future.How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Moonee Valley. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Moonee Valley City Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Applications will close on Sunday May 22nd.The City of Moonee Valley promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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 an experienced Senior Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Moonee Valley. The role Reporting into the Senior Coordinator - Built Form and Community Infrastructure, the Senior Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and Infrastructure projects. The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for: Providing advanced end to end project and construction management expertise in delivering projects related to Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure. Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring and reporting in relation to Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects. Liaising and managing consultants and other specialists i n planning and design activities for Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects, as well as liaising with relevant Council departments, and key stakeholders to resolve issues as they arise. Supervising projects by carrying out site inspections and attending/organising stakeholder/contractor meetings. Managing high profile projects alone, while also overseeing an assigned portfolio of a diverse range of projects. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the delivery of diverse type infrastructure and public realm projects while possessing the ability to think laterally. This individual will have a demonstrated understanding of the diverse nature of projects within Local Government. You will have extensive knowledge of construction industry principles and practices and substantial experience in successfully managing contracts and contractors. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. About your new organisation Moonee Valley City Council is a vibrant and diverse municipality. We are a local government within the north-west metropolitan area of Melbourne, providing a range of services to some 130,000 residents and over 10,000 businesses. Our 1,200 employees bring their differing backgrounds, experiences and unique perspectives to our collaborative environment, and are supported to share ideas, initiatives and talent, making a positive impact on our community for now and in the future.How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Moonee Valley. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Moonee Valley City Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Applications will close on Sunday May 22nd.The City of Moonee Valley promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$170,997 - AU$191,514, per year, superannuation + vehicle
    • full-time
    An exciting opportunity exists for an Unlimited Building Surveyor (BS-U) to join the Victorian Building Authority as a Municipal Building Surveyor. The roleThe Municipal Building Surveyor will be responsible for: Providing strategic and technical advisory of primary importance to relevant agency and Departmental Executive team members at all levels, including to the offices of the Secretary and the Minister.Providing authoritative technical advice, within the area of professional expertise on issues associated with compliance with the Building Act 1993 (Vic), Building Interim Regulations 2017 (Vic) and the National Construction Code.Contributing to the strategic direction, frameworks and programs in conjunction with the team for the Statewide Cladding audit function, utilising research into, and understanding of, new and emerging industry issues and trends to proactively forecast and clarifying priorities for the VBA.What you will need to be successfulAs the Municipal Building Surveyor (BS-U), you will possess an advanced knowledge of the building industry, the regulatory framework, codes, regulations and standards in Victoria and/or other Australian jurisdictions, with experience in the practical application of relevant legislation and regulations.The Municipal Building Surveyor will have a demonstrated ability in building stakeholder relations, including negotiating, liaising, and influencing to reach shared consensus or achieve desired outcomes.A registration as a Building Surveyor Unlimited (BS-U) is a mandatory requirement. About your new organisationThe Victorian Building Authority embraces a diverse and inclusive culture who work together for the benefit of all Victorians. Our recruitment is best practice and free from bias, we recruit based on merit and equity regardless of age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation or cultural background.We have an amazing remote working setup and flexible working options to ensure our people are fit for work and inspired to be the best they can. We are always looking for talented new people to join us with a broad range of skills and experience who are curious, keen to learn and enjoy serving the community they live in, so if this sounds like a place you'd like to work and you think you have what it takes, we‘d love to hear from you and encourage you to apply now!How to ApplyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Victorian Building Authority. See the “apply” button to submit your application. Applications close on Sunday May 15th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
    An exciting opportunity exists for an Unlimited Building Surveyor (BS-U) to join the Victorian Building Authority as a Municipal Building Surveyor. The roleThe Municipal Building Surveyor will be responsible for: Providing strategic and technical advisory of primary importance to relevant agency and Departmental Executive team members at all levels, including to the offices of the Secretary and the Minister.Providing authoritative technical advice, within the area of professional expertise on issues associated with compliance with the Building Act 1993 (Vic), Building Interim Regulations 2017 (Vic) and the National Construction Code.Contributing to the strategic direction, frameworks and programs in conjunction with the team for the Statewide Cladding audit function, utilising research into, and understanding of, new and emerging industry issues and trends to proactively forecast and clarifying priorities for the VBA.What you will need to be successfulAs the Municipal Building Surveyor (BS-U), you will possess an advanced knowledge of the building industry, the regulatory framework, codes, regulations and standards in Victoria and/or other Australian jurisdictions, with experience in the practical application of relevant legislation and regulations.The Municipal Building Surveyor will have a demonstrated ability in building stakeholder relations, including negotiating, liaising, and influencing to reach shared consensus or achieve desired outcomes.A registration as a Building Surveyor Unlimited (BS-U) is a mandatory requirement. About your new organisationThe Victorian Building Authority embraces a diverse and inclusive culture who work together for the benefit of all Victorians. Our recruitment is best practice and free from bias, we recruit based on merit and equity regardless of age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation or cultural background.We have an amazing remote working setup and flexible working options to ensure our people are fit for work and inspired to be the best they can. We are always looking for talented new people to join us with a broad range of skills and experience who are curious, keen to learn and enjoy serving the community they live in, so if this sounds like a place you'd like to work and you think you have what it takes, we‘d love to hear from you and encourage you to apply now!How to ApplyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Victorian Building Authority. See the “apply” button to submit your application. Applications close on Sunday May 15th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$113,412 - AU$124,183, per year, super + vehicle + RDO
    • full-time
    An exciting opportunity exists for an Unlimited Building Inspector (IN-U) to join the Victorian Building Authority as a Senior Building Inspector. The roleThe Senior Building Inspector would be responsible for: Undertaking inspections and audits of building work across all stages of construction and occupied buildings and gathering evidence for the achievement of compliance with relevant building legislation, codes and Australian Standards, all Classes of commercial and domestic buildings, with a focus on commercial buildings above 2000m2. Advanced understanding and knowledge of the Victorian Building Regulatory Framework contained in the Building Act 1993, Building Regulations 2018, National Construction Code (Volume One and Two) and relevant Australian standards and codes.Strong conceptual and problem-solving skills with a proven ability to interpret and apply legislation and technical matters to analyse complex issues, identify appropriate courses of action and make sound decisions.What you will need to be successfulAs the Senior Building Inspector, you will possess experience in delivering effective proactive building inspections and audits for the achievement of compliance with relevant building legislation, codes and standards. The Senior Building Inspector will be required to mentor other team members, provide development and shadowing opportunities and provide expert technical building advice, recommendations and support to internal and external stakeholders.A registration as a Building Inspector Unlimited (IN-U) is a mandatory requirement. About your new organisationThe Victorian Building Authority embraces a diverse and inclusive culture who work together for the benefit of all Victorians. Our recruitment is best practice and free from bias, we recruit based on merit and equity regardless of age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation or cultural background.We have an amazing remote working setup and flexible working options to ensure our people are fit for work and inspired to be the best they can. We are always looking for talented new people to join us with a broad range of skills and experience who are curious, keen to learn and enjoy serving the community they live in, so if this sounds like a place you'd like to work and you think you have what it takes, we‘d love to hear from you and encourage you to apply now!How to ApplyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Victorian Building Authority. See the “apply” button to submit your application. To view the PD for this role please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-vba/Applications close on Sunday May 15th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
    An exciting opportunity exists for an Unlimited Building Inspector (IN-U) to join the Victorian Building Authority as a Senior Building Inspector. The roleThe Senior Building Inspector would be responsible for: Undertaking inspections and audits of building work across all stages of construction and occupied buildings and gathering evidence for the achievement of compliance with relevant building legislation, codes and Australian Standards, all Classes of commercial and domestic buildings, with a focus on commercial buildings above 2000m2. Advanced understanding and knowledge of the Victorian Building Regulatory Framework contained in the Building Act 1993, Building Regulations 2018, National Construction Code (Volume One and Two) and relevant Australian standards and codes.Strong conceptual and problem-solving skills with a proven ability to interpret and apply legislation and technical matters to analyse complex issues, identify appropriate courses of action and make sound decisions.What you will need to be successfulAs the Senior Building Inspector, you will possess experience in delivering effective proactive building inspections and audits for the achievement of compliance with relevant building legislation, codes and standards. The Senior Building Inspector will be required to mentor other team members, provide development and shadowing opportunities and provide expert technical building advice, recommendations and support to internal and external stakeholders.A registration as a Building Inspector Unlimited (IN-U) is a mandatory requirement. About your new organisationThe Victorian Building Authority embraces a diverse and inclusive culture who work together for the benefit of all Victorians. Our recruitment is best practice and free from bias, we recruit based on merit and equity regardless of age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation or cultural background.We have an amazing remote working setup and flexible working options to ensure our people are fit for work and inspired to be the best they can. We are always looking for talented new people to join us with a broad range of skills and experience who are curious, keen to learn and enjoy serving the community they live in, so if this sounds like a place you'd like to work and you think you have what it takes, we‘d love to hear from you and encourage you to apply now!How to ApplyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Victorian Building Authority. See the “apply” button to submit your application. To view the PD for this role please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-vba/Applications close on Sunday May 15th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$125,893 - AU$147,184, per year, plus superannuation
    • full-time
    Are you a Building Surveyor looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience by leading a team of technical specialists. The roleThe Team Leader Building Audit will be responsible for: Responsible and accountable for the day-to-day delivery of audits of building work and building approvals, including reviewing building permits and occupancy permits for compliance with the Act, Regulations and National Construction Code.Provide leadership, direction, management, decision making and support to Manager Building Audit and the Building Auditors to achieve business outcomes.Undertake quality assurance checks of building audit assessments, outcomes, recommendations, reports to ensure audits are conducted according to documented processes and a high standard of work.Ensure the audit program is undertaken in accordance with VBA policy, procedures and audit frameworks, including making process improvement recommendations and implementing change, where and as required.What you will need to be successfulAs the Team Leader Building Audit, you will need to proactively identify systemic risks and make recommendations for active intervention measures to strengthen the regulatory system and support the VBA’s effectiveness as a contemporary Regulator.You will possess the expert technical knowledge and provide guidance to assure the integrity and quality assurance of the VBA’s building audit programs. Supporting the Manager, Building Audit to ensure the operational function is being carried out with technical accuracy.A registration as a Building Surveyor in Victoria or another Australian jurisdiction is required. About your new organisationThe Victorian Building Authority embraces a diverse and inclusive culture who work together for the benefit of all Victorians. Our recruitment is best practice and free from bias, we recruit based on merit and equity regardless of age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation or cultural background.We have an amazing remote working setup and flexible working options to ensure our people are fit for work and inspired to be the best they can. We are always looking for talented new people to join us with a broad range of skills and experience who are curious, keen to learn and enjoy serving the community they live in, so if this sounds like a place you'd like to work and you think you have what it takes, we‘d love to hear from you and encourage you to apply now!How to ApplyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Victorian Building Authority. See the “apply” button to submit your application. To view the PD for this role please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-vba/Applications close on Sunday May 15th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
    Are you a Building Surveyor looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience by leading a team of technical specialists. The roleThe Team Leader Building Audit will be responsible for: Responsible and accountable for the day-to-day delivery of audits of building work and building approvals, including reviewing building permits and occupancy permits for compliance with the Act, Regulations and National Construction Code.Provide leadership, direction, management, decision making and support to Manager Building Audit and the Building Auditors to achieve business outcomes.Undertake quality assurance checks of building audit assessments, outcomes, recommendations, reports to ensure audits are conducted according to documented processes and a high standard of work.Ensure the audit program is undertaken in accordance with VBA policy, procedures and audit frameworks, including making process improvement recommendations and implementing change, where and as required.What you will need to be successfulAs the Team Leader Building Audit, you will need to proactively identify systemic risks and make recommendations for active intervention measures to strengthen the regulatory system and support the VBA’s effectiveness as a contemporary Regulator.You will possess the expert technical knowledge and provide guidance to assure the integrity and quality assurance of the VBA’s building audit programs. Supporting the Manager, Building Audit to ensure the operational function is being carried out with technical accuracy.A registration as a Building Surveyor in Victoria or another Australian jurisdiction is required. About your new organisationThe Victorian Building Authority embraces a diverse and inclusive culture who work together for the benefit of all Victorians. Our recruitment is best practice and free from bias, we recruit based on merit and equity regardless of age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation or cultural background.We have an amazing remote working setup and flexible working options to ensure our people are fit for work and inspired to be the best they can. We are always looking for talented new people to join us with a broad range of skills and experience who are curious, keen to learn and enjoy serving the community they live in, so if this sounds like a place you'd like to work and you think you have what it takes, we‘d love to hear from you and encourage you to apply now!How to ApplyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Victorian Building Authority. See the “apply” button to submit your application. To view the PD for this role please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-vba/Applications close on Sunday May 15th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$89,934 - AU$97,284, per year, + super + RDO
    • full-time
    City of Whittlesea - Development Engineer Salary: $89,933.50 - $97,283.70 + superannuation + monthly RDO Full time, fixed term contract till June 2023.The City of Whittlesea is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Australia. As a local government organisation, we play a pivotal role in the everyday lives of our community. Our vision is to make Whittlesea 2040: A Place For All by ensuring our residents can enjoy access to local services, facilities and infrastructure. About the position:The purpose of the position is to provide civil engineering advice on design and construction approval processes related to new developments in our growth and established areas.The engineering approvals of detailed design documentations and civil construction activities (earthworks, roads, drainage and general miscellaneous civil works) will be required to be conducted in accordance with Council policy and standards, corporate direction, statutory requirements and industry Best Practice.As a key member of the Development Engineering Unit within the Urban Design & Transport department, you will be responsible for:Providing high quality, innovative and solution focused engineering assessments and advice in relation to the forward planning of established and growth areas and the construction of Council’s new assets;Ensuring that design assessments and construction approvals are provided within required timeframes and in accordance with industry best practice and Council approved standards, guidelines and procedures.The successful candidate will have:A tertiary level qualification in civil engineering (recognised by Engineers Australia)or other relevant engineering discipline.Advanced civil engineering skills and knowledge in the areas of developmentconcepts, detailed civil engineering design, construction works, Water UrbanSensitive Design (WUSD) elements and MUSIC modelling within a local governmentgrowth area context.How to apply: Use the ‘apply’ button to submit your application. Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/627462ffb99dad280cc5ff83Applications close on Sunday the 22nd of May, 2022 For additional information, please contact James Bourbos at Randstad on 0415 107 233/ james.bourbos@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.
    City of Whittlesea - Development Engineer Salary: $89,933.50 - $97,283.70 + superannuation + monthly RDO Full time, fixed term contract till June 2023.The City of Whittlesea is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Australia. As a local government organisation, we play a pivotal role in the everyday lives of our community. Our vision is to make Whittlesea 2040: A Place For All by ensuring our residents can enjoy access to local services, facilities and infrastructure. About the position:The purpose of the position is to provide civil engineering advice on design and construction approval processes related to new developments in our growth and established areas.The engineering approvals of detailed design documentations and civil construction activities (earthworks, roads, drainage and general miscellaneous civil works) will be required to be conducted in accordance with Council policy and standards, corporate direction, statutory requirements and industry Best Practice.As a key member of the Development Engineering Unit within the Urban Design & Transport department, you will be responsible for:Providing high quality, innovative and solution focused engineering assessments and advice in relation to the forward planning of established and growth areas and the construction of Council’s new assets;Ensuring that design assessments and construction approvals are provided within required timeframes and in accordance with industry best practice and Council approved standards, guidelines and procedures.The successful candidate will have:A tertiary level qualification in civil engineering (recognised by Engineers Australia)or other relevant engineering discipline.Advanced civil engineering skills and knowledge in the areas of developmentconcepts, detailed civil engineering design, construction works, Water UrbanSensitive Design (WUSD) elements and MUSIC modelling within a local governmentgrowth area context.How to apply: Use the ‘apply’ button to submit your application. Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/627462ffb99dad280cc5ff83Applications close on Sunday the 22nd of May, 2022 For additional information, please contact James Bourbos at Randstad on 0415 107 233/ james.bourbos@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.

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