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    • mulgrave, victoria
    • contract
    • AU$65.00 - AU$80.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Our ClientRandstad is excited to be exclusively partnering with one of Australia’s leading essential service providers. The strategic direction of the Senior Leadership Team, coupled with a portfolio of holistic products and solutions has driven year on year growth and success.About the OpportunityReporting to an energetic and experienced Head of Finance ANZ, you will be responsible for month end delivery and management report. You will work closely with the operations team and be a key driver in the finance team. Your responsibilities will includeOwnership and preparation of month end processAccurate reporting of financial accounting information and results to senior management teamManagement of annual budgeting and weekly, monthly and quarterly forecasting processStatutory reporting and liaising with auditors through audit processCash flow management and analysisTax compliance and reporting including income tax, GST, FBT and other indirect taxes Leading and managing a team of two Ideal ProfileThis is a great opportunity for an individual who is seeking to step up from a Financial Accountant or Senior Financial Accountant position into their first managerial role.You will be CA/CPA qualified with a strong technical knowledge of Australian Accounting Standards such as IFRS 16 & IFRS 9Proven experience leading and empowering teams to execute and deliver tasks and projectsTime management skills and ability to multitask whilst meeting deadlinesExcellent communication skills as you will be the conduit between finance and operations team BenefitsTemp to perm opportunityAn exciting growing business $70 - $80 per hourMulgrave locationTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ramzy Malaeb on 0451 260 609 or email ramzy.malaeb@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.
    Our ClientRandstad is excited to be exclusively partnering with one of Australia’s leading essential service providers. The strategic direction of the Senior Leadership Team, coupled with a portfolio of holistic products and solutions has driven year on year growth and success.About the OpportunityReporting to an energetic and experienced Head of Finance ANZ, you will be responsible for month end delivery and management report. You will work closely with the operations team and be a key driver in the finance team. Your responsibilities will includeOwnership and preparation of month end processAccurate reporting of financial accounting information and results to senior management teamManagement of annual budgeting and weekly, monthly and quarterly forecasting processStatutory reporting and liaising with auditors through audit processCash flow management and analysisTax compliance and reporting including income tax, GST, FBT and other indirect taxes Leading and managing a team of two Ideal ProfileThis is a great opportunity for an individual who is seeking to step up from a Financial Accountant or Senior Financial Accountant position into their first managerial role.You will be CA/CPA qualified with a strong technical knowledge of Australian Accounting Standards such as IFRS 16 & IFRS 9Proven experience leading and empowering teams to execute and deliver tasks and projectsTime management skills and ability to multitask whilst meeting deadlinesExcellent communication skills as you will be the conduit between finance and operations team BenefitsTemp to perm opportunityAn exciting growing business $70 - $80 per hourMulgrave locationTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ramzy Malaeb on 0451 260 609 or email ramzy.malaeb@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.
    • mulgrave, victoria
    • permanent
    • full-time
    About usOur client is one of the Global leaders in the fields of medical and safety technology. When you join this team, you join a company that manufactures products that protect, support and save lives around the world in hospitals, emergency services, authorities and the mining industry.About the roleOur client is currently seeking a Lead Technician who will perform a highly valued and critical role. Reporting to the operations manager, you will be overseeing and leading a large team of employees and contractors and providing safety services to customers throughout Australia through the maintenance and coordinating of our products. The duties and responsibilities of this role includes:Maintain, repair and test safety products and equipmentMaintain accurate service recordsPerforming all activities with safety as a priorityCoordination and optimisation of safety personnelProvide a history of work time, invoice costs and reports on safety projectsIdeally you will have experience in a similar position including:Supervision/ Management or Leadership experienceGreat communication skills and customer serviceNationally certified accreditation/ experience in: working at heights, confined space entry, gas test atmospheres, rescue coordination and hygieneEffective verbal and written communicationStrong computer literacy, including computer operation and Microsoft Office applications.Current Drivers LicenseComplete understanding of pricing structures & gross marginAnalysis & problem-solving skillsExperience working under pressure and organising work prioritiesRewards and Benefits:Competitive remuneration packageBonusesMobile phoneLaptopTraining providedTravel to various destinations across AustraliaAnd many other benefits If you feel you are suitable for this role, click apply or contact me directly at maggie.poutasi@randstad.com.au or call 0422 600 365.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 usOur client is one of the Global leaders in the fields of medical and safety technology. When you join this team, you join a company that manufactures products that protect, support and save lives around the world in hospitals, emergency services, authorities and the mining industry.About the roleOur client is currently seeking a Lead Technician who will perform a highly valued and critical role. Reporting to the operations manager, you will be overseeing and leading a large team of employees and contractors and providing safety services to customers throughout Australia through the maintenance and coordinating of our products. The duties and responsibilities of this role includes:Maintain, repair and test safety products and equipmentMaintain accurate service recordsPerforming all activities with safety as a priorityCoordination and optimisation of safety personnelProvide a history of work time, invoice costs and reports on safety projectsIdeally you will have experience in a similar position including:Supervision/ Management or Leadership experienceGreat communication skills and customer serviceNationally certified accreditation/ experience in: working at heights, confined space entry, gas test atmospheres, rescue coordination and hygieneEffective verbal and written communicationStrong computer literacy, including computer operation and Microsoft Office applications.Current Drivers LicenseComplete understanding of pricing structures & gross marginAnalysis & problem-solving skillsExperience working under pressure and organising work prioritiesRewards and Benefits:Competitive remuneration packageBonusesMobile phoneLaptopTraining providedTravel to various destinations across AustraliaAnd many other benefits If you feel you are suitable for this role, click apply or contact me directly at maggie.poutasi@randstad.com.au or call 0422 600 365.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.
    • mulgrave, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$66,000 - AU$86,000 per year
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced process worker? This role is in an industry that will give you experience that is in high demand. A game changer for your career! Exciting opportunity to work with a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer located in the South Eastern (Braeside) suburbs of Melbourne on a full-time basis!Ideally you will have worked within the pharmaceutical, food or FMCG industry. Experience in the production and or mixing of food products, tablets, chemicals or paints would be beneficial, but not essential. Full training will be provided. On offer is a variety of ongoing shifts and training across various areas of the production process that will add to your skill set. Shifts available: Day: 6am to 2pm | Afternoon: 2pm - 10pm | Night: 10pm - 6am What you needProcess or production line experienceGMP or TGA environment experience (desirable)Physically fit and able to stand for long periodsMachine operation & troubleshooting experience with a strong mechanical aptitude OR strong packaging/finished goods experience.Blending, batching & mixing experience (highly desirable)Strong attention to detail and ability to complete quality checksStrong computer & communication skills and ability to complete documentationReliable – with own transport and available to work full-time hours (not just in study breaks)*Citizenship or permanent residency is a requirement.Benefits of applying for thisSecure work hours and competitive incomeTrainingCareer progressionOn site gym and parkingIf your application progresses, you must be willing to undertake:• An induction & interview• A visual colour and mechanical aptitude test• A national police checkReady to apply? If you are interested in this process worker opportunity please send your resume today. If you have questions before please email to rachel.waller@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 process worker? This role is in an industry that will give you experience that is in high demand. A game changer for your career! Exciting opportunity to work with a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer located in the South Eastern (Braeside) suburbs of Melbourne on a full-time basis!Ideally you will have worked within the pharmaceutical, food or FMCG industry. Experience in the production and or mixing of food products, tablets, chemicals or paints would be beneficial, but not essential. Full training will be provided. On offer is a variety of ongoing shifts and training across various areas of the production process that will add to your skill set. Shifts available: Day: 6am to 2pm | Afternoon: 2pm - 10pm | Night: 10pm - 6am What you needProcess or production line experienceGMP or TGA environment experience (desirable)Physically fit and able to stand for long periodsMachine operation & troubleshooting experience with a strong mechanical aptitude OR strong packaging/finished goods experience.Blending, batching & mixing experience (highly desirable)Strong attention to detail and ability to complete quality checksStrong computer & communication skills and ability to complete documentationReliable – with own transport and available to work full-time hours (not just in study breaks)*Citizenship or permanent residency is a requirement.Benefits of applying for thisSecure work hours and competitive incomeTrainingCareer progressionOn site gym and parkingIf your application progresses, you must be willing to undertake:• An induction & interview• A visual colour and mechanical aptitude test• A national police checkReady to apply? If you are interested in this process worker opportunity please send your resume today. If you have questions before please email to rachel.waller@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.
    • mulgrave, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$31.67 - AU$37.69 per hour
    • part-time
    This is an opportunity for an experienced forklift driver. We have both afternoon and night shifts on offer. You will be joining a fantastic team, working for a national company in a warehouse environment, located in Dandenong South. The roleMoving goods and pallets around the warehouseCounterbalance Forklift operationsGeneral hand when requiredMust be available to work 30 - 35hrs per week (Monday - Friday)To apply you will need A current LO or LF licence and previous experience with using a counterbalance forklift (1-2 years minimum)A valid Forklift licence (LO or LF)storeperson, warehouse, logistics,experience an advantagephysically fit and able to do manual tasksMust be Australian Citizen or permanent resident*In return Working for Randstad comes with benefits which you can access from the start of your contract.Multiple pay runs, to ensure you are paid on-timeSpecial offers for phone plans, private healthcare and financial servicesDiscounts from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more.Apply now Ready to apply? Send your resume via the apply button. If you don’t have access to your CV right now, email rachel.waller@randstad.com.au and provide details of your relevant experience, forklift driver licenses.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 for an experienced forklift driver. We have both afternoon and night shifts on offer. You will be joining a fantastic team, working for a national company in a warehouse environment, located in Dandenong South. The roleMoving goods and pallets around the warehouseCounterbalance Forklift operationsGeneral hand when requiredMust be available to work 30 - 35hrs per week (Monday - Friday)To apply you will need A current LO or LF licence and previous experience with using a counterbalance forklift (1-2 years minimum)A valid Forklift licence (LO or LF)storeperson, warehouse, logistics,experience an advantagephysically fit and able to do manual tasksMust be Australian Citizen or permanent resident*In return Working for Randstad comes with benefits which you can access from the start of your contract.Multiple pay runs, to ensure you are paid on-timeSpecial offers for phone plans, private healthcare and financial servicesDiscounts from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more.Apply now Ready to apply? Send your resume via the apply button. If you don’t have access to your CV right now, email rachel.waller@randstad.com.au and provide details of your relevant experience, forklift driver licenses.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.
    • glen waverley, victoria
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Our clientOur client is looking for a bright, energetic, and positive individual to join their growing organisation. After recently hiring a new team manager and soon to be adding a few more additions to the team this client is growing it's function by double the size. The RoleThe role will see you provide Level 1 + 2 support nationally with clear concise communication and in a timely manner. You will educate users on the IT environment as well as Microsoft applications, support MS providers, SD WAN, Active directory, Remote Desktop connection and Terminal services. Your excellent communication skills will be utilised as you liaise with global IT partners, MSPs, and internal stakeholders with the support of your manager. ResponsibilitiesReview of Company IT assets.Review of IT software arrangements.Onboarding & Off-boarding Employees.Provide project support for IT initiatives. Apply and enforce IT Policies and governance. Assist with Testing and Implementation work. Maintain great levels of service utilising appropriate tools.Your Qualifications3 or more years experience in similar roles . Strong understanding of Microsoft products (M365/O365)Strong understanding of Active DirectoryPrevious experience deploying Company IT Assets. If this sounds like the role for you, please apply now, and for further information please contact Nicholas Schoerie at Nic.Schoerie@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Our clientOur client is looking for a bright, energetic, and positive individual to join their growing organisation. After recently hiring a new team manager and soon to be adding a few more additions to the team this client is growing it's function by double the size. The RoleThe role will see you provide Level 1 + 2 support nationally with clear concise communication and in a timely manner. You will educate users on the IT environment as well as Microsoft applications, support MS providers, SD WAN, Active directory, Remote Desktop connection and Terminal services. Your excellent communication skills will be utilised as you liaise with global IT partners, MSPs, and internal stakeholders with the support of your manager. ResponsibilitiesReview of Company IT assets.Review of IT software arrangements.Onboarding & Off-boarding Employees.Provide project support for IT initiatives. Apply and enforce IT Policies and governance. Assist with Testing and Implementation work. Maintain great levels of service utilising appropriate tools.Your Qualifications3 or more years experience in similar roles . Strong understanding of Microsoft products (M365/O365)Strong understanding of Active DirectoryPrevious experience deploying Company IT Assets. If this sounds like the role for you, please apply now, and for further information please contact Nicholas Schoerie at Nic.Schoerie@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.
    • glen waverley, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$109,000 - AU$112,914, per year, Super
    • full-time
    Are you a dynamic Senior Communications Specialist looking to progress your career in Local Government? Randstad has partnered with the City of Monash looking for 2 Senior Communications Coordinators to join their enthusiastic and progressive team.$109,000 - $112,914 p.a. + super12 Months Fixed-Term opportunityBased in Glen Waverley, where great coffee and cafes are nearby, with working from home flexibilityBenefitsAs a City of Monash employee, your personal and professional development is a key focus. You will have access to a vibrant health and well-being program, an Employee Assistance Program, flexible working arrangements, discounted gym memberships and training opportunities together with working alongside a creative and high performing team.The roleReporting to the Executive Manager, Communications, the Senior Communications Coordinator is a significant leadership role within the City of Monash. You will be providing stakeholders with specialist advice, strategic direction, expertise in process and judgement for the delivery of internal and external communication. Duties:Provide sound and accurate media advice to senior stakeholders Manage the Council’s social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram and FacebookResearch and draft media responses/ releases and follow through the internal approval process promptlyContribute to the content of the Council’s monthly community newsletter: the Monash BulletinEnsure that the Council responds to media inquiries promptly, accurately and non-bureaucraticallyOversee the Council’s Annual ReportWho we are looking forWe are seeking 2 experienced Communications Specialists who are strategic thinkers with political nous and comfortable to provide frank and fearless advice at a high level. You will also demonstrate the following:Outstanding written communication skillsExperience with digital communications, including writing for the web and social media and supporting the delivery of complex communication projectsThe ability to manage competing demands, meet deadlines and work well under pressureAbility to create a high level of quality content Previous experience in leadership preferred but not essentialPrevious Council/journalism background preferred but not essentialTertiary qualification in Arts/ Journalism preferredMonash 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.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 204,000 residents (2021). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community.We are committed to progressive governance and strong leadership across Executive, City Development, Corporate Services, Community Development and Infrastructure and Environment.How to applyIf you are looking for the next stage of your career, do not miss this excellent 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. 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 sam.liu@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email Sam.liu@randstad.com.au or call 0424 577 806 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 a dynamic Senior Communications Specialist looking to progress your career in Local Government? Randstad has partnered with the City of Monash looking for 2 Senior Communications Coordinators to join their enthusiastic and progressive team.$109,000 - $112,914 p.a. + super12 Months Fixed-Term opportunityBased in Glen Waverley, where great coffee and cafes are nearby, with working from home flexibilityBenefitsAs a City of Monash employee, your personal and professional development is a key focus. You will have access to a vibrant health and well-being program, an Employee Assistance Program, flexible working arrangements, discounted gym memberships and training opportunities together with working alongside a creative and high performing team.The roleReporting to the Executive Manager, Communications, the Senior Communications Coordinator is a significant leadership role within the City of Monash. You will be providing stakeholders with specialist advice, strategic direction, expertise in process and judgement for the delivery of internal and external communication. Duties:Provide sound and accurate media advice to senior stakeholders Manage the Council’s social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram and FacebookResearch and draft media responses/ releases and follow through the internal approval process promptlyContribute to the content of the Council’s monthly community newsletter: the Monash BulletinEnsure that the Council responds to media inquiries promptly, accurately and non-bureaucraticallyOversee the Council’s Annual ReportWho we are looking forWe are seeking 2 experienced Communications Specialists who are strategic thinkers with political nous and comfortable to provide frank and fearless advice at a high level. You will also demonstrate the following:Outstanding written communication skillsExperience with digital communications, including writing for the web and social media and supporting the delivery of complex communication projectsThe ability to manage competing demands, meet deadlines and work well under pressureAbility to create a high level of quality content Previous experience in leadership preferred but not essentialPrevious Council/journalism background preferred but not essentialTertiary qualification in Arts/ Journalism preferredMonash 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.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 204,000 residents (2021). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community.We are committed to progressive governance and strong leadership across Executive, City Development, Corporate Services, Community Development and Infrastructure and Environment.How to applyIf you are looking for the next stage of your career, do not miss this excellent 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. 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 sam.liu@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email Sam.liu@randstad.com.au or call 0424 577 806 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.
    • glen waverley, victoria
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Payroll Officer- City Of MonashAre you wanting to grow your career and be a part of an organisation that will allow your personal and professional skills to flourish? During these uncertain times, the City Of Monash council can offer you job security and excellent work life balance.About your new roleIf you are wanting to develop your career as a payroll professional, the City Of Monash currently has a unique opportunity offering specialized career growth and on the job training.As a part of a small yet diverse team, your new role will entail contributing and supporting the Payroll team in the delivery of the City Of Monash’s core payroll functions, in a timely, accurate and confidential manner. Assist in the preparation and processing of weekly and fortnightly.Prepare and produce regular and ad hoc reports for Finance Services, relevant managers and other organisations.Process superannuation payments and records.Provide expert advice and information.Maintain records of employment and related materials.What you will need to exceedA hard working attitude with a willingness to learn. Knowledge and experience of payroll systems and procedures.Knowledge of awards and how they relate to conditions of payroll.Good computer skills — MS Suite.Good numeracy skills and attention to details. Accuracy is essential.Well-developed problem-solving skills, particularly proven ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation and awards.Understanding of the organisation's structure and processes and the role ofTertiary qualification and / or lesser formal qualification with relevant work experience in Payroll.Experience in/ with computerised payroll systems.Experience in award interpretation and application.What you will get in returnThe City Of Monash is a unique working environment, the opportunity for growth is endless. Once you gain some council experience under your belt, moving within the organization both vertically and laterally becomes viable. The City Of Monash services long term career objectives, with ample room for growth, promotions, secondments and career progression.Flexibility, able to work from home 2 days a weekJob security and career advancementServicing your local communityA foot in the door in the Government sectorYour new companyForget the expensive parking and hustle and bustle of the CBD, the City Of Monash is conventionally located in the heart of Glen Waverley.Excellent culture, with a strong sense of communityA diverse team, where leaders provide constant training and supportFlexible working arrangements, including flexible hours and the ability to work from homeAccess to a health and well-being program with discounted gym membershipApplyIf you are looking for the next stage of your career, do not miss this excellent opportunity tojoin the City of Monash. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume.If you have any questions please email julia.beaconsfield@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.
    Payroll Officer- City Of MonashAre you wanting to grow your career and be a part of an organisation that will allow your personal and professional skills to flourish? During these uncertain times, the City Of Monash council can offer you job security and excellent work life balance.About your new roleIf you are wanting to develop your career as a payroll professional, the City Of Monash currently has a unique opportunity offering specialized career growth and on the job training.As a part of a small yet diverse team, your new role will entail contributing and supporting the Payroll team in the delivery of the City Of Monash’s core payroll functions, in a timely, accurate and confidential manner. Assist in the preparation and processing of weekly and fortnightly.Prepare and produce regular and ad hoc reports for Finance Services, relevant managers and other organisations.Process superannuation payments and records.Provide expert advice and information.Maintain records of employment and related materials.What you will need to exceedA hard working attitude with a willingness to learn. Knowledge and experience of payroll systems and procedures.Knowledge of awards and how they relate to conditions of payroll.Good computer skills — MS Suite.Good numeracy skills and attention to details. Accuracy is essential.Well-developed problem-solving skills, particularly proven ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation and awards.Understanding of the organisation's structure and processes and the role ofTertiary qualification and / or lesser formal qualification with relevant work experience in Payroll.Experience in/ with computerised payroll systems.Experience in award interpretation and application.What you will get in returnThe City Of Monash is a unique working environment, the opportunity for growth is endless. Once you gain some council experience under your belt, moving within the organization both vertically and laterally becomes viable. The City Of Monash services long term career objectives, with ample room for growth, promotions, secondments and career progression.Flexibility, able to work from home 2 days a weekJob security and career advancementServicing your local communityA foot in the door in the Government sectorYour new companyForget the expensive parking and hustle and bustle of the CBD, the City Of Monash is conventionally located in the heart of Glen Waverley.Excellent culture, with a strong sense of communityA diverse team, where leaders provide constant training and supportFlexible working arrangements, including flexible hours and the ability to work from homeAccess to a health and well-being program with discounted gym membershipApplyIf you are looking for the next stage of your career, do not miss this excellent opportunity tojoin the City of Monash. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume.If you have any questions please email julia.beaconsfield@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
    • contract
    • AU$31.75 - AU$31.75, per hour, plus super, w-e penalty rates
    • part-time
    Join a State Government entity on a casual after hours basis (5pm to 9pm, 2 to 3 days per week) for a 3 months + contract and grow your customer service skills by tracing and recording close contact to Covid Positive cases from ESTA internal staff. Key accountabilities:Follow ESTA’s documented contact tracing process, ensuring accuracy of information obtainedand recorded, in line with relevant government compliance requirements.Interview internal stakeholders to capture and document required details and inform process,providing written responses where appropriate and communication with impacted stakeholders.Contribute to reporting internally and externally for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing andvaccination status.Build relationships and engage with internal SME’s, including the Senior Advisor – Health &Safety, Workplace Relations, EMEC’s, Health of Emergency Management Services to confirmdirections on compliance requirements and escalate appropriate information. Key selection criterias:Demonstrable experience following and documenting detailed processes and information with ahigh level of attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication, including active listening and emotional intelligence.Strong stakeholder engagements skills and ability to pivot to changing demands.Successful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Join a State Government entity on a casual after hours basis (5pm to 9pm, 2 to 3 days per week) for a 3 months + contract and grow your customer service skills by tracing and recording close contact to Covid Positive cases from ESTA internal staff. Key accountabilities:Follow ESTA’s documented contact tracing process, ensuring accuracy of information obtainedand recorded, in line with relevant government compliance requirements.Interview internal stakeholders to capture and document required details and inform process,providing written responses where appropriate and communication with impacted stakeholders.Contribute to reporting internally and externally for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing andvaccination status.Build relationships and engage with internal SME’s, including the Senior Advisor – Health &Safety, Workplace Relations, EMEC’s, Health of Emergency Management Services to confirmdirections on compliance requirements and escalate appropriate information. Key selection criterias:Demonstrable experience following and documenting detailed processes and information with ahigh level of attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication, including active listening and emotional intelligence.Strong stakeholder engagements skills and ability to pivot to changing demands.Successful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • keysborough, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$130,000 - AU$160,000 per year
    • full-time
    This employer has a history locally spanning over three decades or more and is continuing to grow going toe to toe with some of the larger Tier Two builders and winning an impressive portfolio of works. Projects currently underway include new build projects across Commercial, Industrial, Health Sciences and Retail sectors from $5m right through to the value of $40m. With a refreshing attitude to sub-contractors, clients and employees alike this is a builder where you will be given full support and will be able to enhance your skills and experience. Reporting to one of the groups Senior Project Manager, the successful candidate's role would include:Tender trade packages to contractorsSub-contractor negotiationsAssisting preparation of budgetsPreparation of progress claimsLiaising with management regarding contractsAdministering progress payments and contract variationsCost management and reportingThe successful candidate will hold tertiary qualifications in construction/building and have proven skills in the role of Project Co-ordinator or Contracts Administrator within a commercial build environment. Solid communication, negotiation and organisational skills are essential coupled with the ability to work effectively in a team environment will be key to success in this role.A salary in the $130K - $170k package is available for the successful candidate and the opportunity to join a leading building group who will continue to invest heavily in your future development, progression into Project Management will be actively encouraged in the medium to long term.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 employer has a history locally spanning over three decades or more and is continuing to grow going toe to toe with some of the larger Tier Two builders and winning an impressive portfolio of works. Projects currently underway include new build projects across Commercial, Industrial, Health Sciences and Retail sectors from $5m right through to the value of $40m. With a refreshing attitude to sub-contractors, clients and employees alike this is a builder where you will be given full support and will be able to enhance your skills and experience. Reporting to one of the groups Senior Project Manager, the successful candidate's role would include:Tender trade packages to contractorsSub-contractor negotiationsAssisting preparation of budgetsPreparation of progress claimsLiaising with management regarding contractsAdministering progress payments and contract variationsCost management and reportingThe successful candidate will hold tertiary qualifications in construction/building and have proven skills in the role of Project Co-ordinator or Contracts Administrator within a commercial build environment. Solid communication, negotiation and organisational skills are essential coupled with the ability to work effectively in a team environment will be key to success in this role.A salary in the $130K - $170k package is available for the successful candidate and the opportunity to join a leading building group who will continue to invest heavily in your future development, progression into Project Management will be actively encouraged in the medium to long term.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.
    • keysborough, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$130,000 - AU$160,000 per year
    • full-time
    This employer has a history locally spanning over three decades or more and is continuing to grow going toe to toe with some of the larger Tier Two builders and winning an impressive portfolio of works. Projects currently underway include new build projects across Commercial, Industrial, Health Sciences and Retail sectors from $5m right through to the value of $40m. With a refreshing attitude to sub-contractors, clients and employees alike this is a builder where you will be given full support and will be able to enhance your skills and experience. Reporting to one of the groups Senior Project Manager, the successful candidate's role would include:Tender trade packages to contractorsSub-contractor negotiationsAssisting preparation of budgetsPreparation of progress claimsLiaising with management regarding contractsAdministering progress payments and contract variationsCost management and reportingThe successful candidate will hold tertiary qualifications in construction/building and have proven skills in the role of Project Co-ordinator or Contracts Administrator within a commercial build environment. Solid communication, negotiation and organisational skills are essential coupled with the ability to work effectively in a team environment will be key to success in this role.A salary in the $130K - $170k package is available for the successful candidate and the opportunity to join a leading building group who will continue to invest heavily in your future development, progression into Project Management will be actively encouraged in the medium to long term.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 employer has a history locally spanning over three decades or more and is continuing to grow going toe to toe with some of the larger Tier Two builders and winning an impressive portfolio of works. Projects currently underway include new build projects across Commercial, Industrial, Health Sciences and Retail sectors from $5m right through to the value of $40m. With a refreshing attitude to sub-contractors, clients and employees alike this is a builder where you will be given full support and will be able to enhance your skills and experience. Reporting to one of the groups Senior Project Manager, the successful candidate's role would include:Tender trade packages to contractorsSub-contractor negotiationsAssisting preparation of budgetsPreparation of progress claimsLiaising with management regarding contractsAdministering progress payments and contract variationsCost management and reportingThe successful candidate will hold tertiary qualifications in construction/building and have proven skills in the role of Project Co-ordinator or Contracts Administrator within a commercial build environment. Solid communication, negotiation and organisational skills are essential coupled with the ability to work effectively in a team environment will be key to success in this role.A salary in the $130K - $170k package is available for the successful candidate and the opportunity to join a leading building group who will continue to invest heavily in your future development, progression into Project Management will be actively encouraged in the medium to long term.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
    Secondary Teachers - Eastern suburbs of Melbourne Are you seeking a new teaching position for the remainder of the school year? Are you wanting a new position that will see you extend and become permanent for 2023? Have you been thinking about your job and looking for a change? or thinking about relocating?If yes to any of the above, please reach out for a confidential conversation to see how Randstad Education can help you for Semester 2 this year and into 2023. Welcoming educators from all levels of experience to get in touch. Recieve first hand information on new roles in Melbourne's Eastern regionCareer guidance and support on offer through the entire job application processDedicated and experienced education consultants ready to work with you through the next steps of your careerTake the pressure out of your job searchWe can work with you to find an organisation that fits your values What you will need to be successful: Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Bachelor of Education VIT registration or ability to obtain prior to commencement Provide a minimum of two professional references The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next: If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
    Secondary Teachers - Eastern suburbs of Melbourne Are you seeking a new teaching position for the remainder of the school year? Are you wanting a new position that will see you extend and become permanent for 2023? Have you been thinking about your job and looking for a change? or thinking about relocating?If yes to any of the above, please reach out for a confidential conversation to see how Randstad Education can help you for Semester 2 this year and into 2023. Welcoming educators from all levels of experience to get in touch. Recieve first hand information on new roles in Melbourne's Eastern regionCareer guidance and support on offer through the entire job application processDedicated and experienced education consultants ready to work with you through the next steps of your careerTake the pressure out of your job searchWe can work with you to find an organisation that fits your values What you will need to be successful: Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Bachelor of Education VIT registration or ability to obtain prior to commencement Provide a minimum of two professional references The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next: If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$65,000 - AU$75,000, per year, career progression
    • full-time
    The centreThis 70 place early learning centre is located in Ashburton that is established within the community, offering a diverse culture with a play based program. They operate between 7:00am-6:30pm and cater for children aged 0-5 years old. They are Located only just a short walk to the local shops and easily accessible by public transport. They are looking for an Assistant center manager to assist in managing the daily operations of the center. The RoleYou will hold a Diploma qualification as a minimum and have experience running programs, ideally some management experience in a similar role such as 21C / 31C or Educational leader would be preferred but Diploma lead educators will be considered . You will be trained on Assistant Centre Manager responsibilities and spend dedicated days in the office and some time on the floor in a floating capacity. You will be responsible to:Work with and alongside the Centre Director to manage the daily responsibilities of running and maintaining a busy childcare serviceLead the development and implementation of an effective educational program in the service.Collaborate with educators and provide curriculum direction and guidance.Motivate and lead a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to achieve a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RWork on and off the floor in a 60/40 splitDevelop respectful relationships with children, families and staffBenefits of the role:Above award wageOn the job training and development Supportive management and team environmentEstablished team - low staff turnoverCareer progression opportunity Childcare discounts About youTo be eligible for this position you must have:A Diploma of Children Services or ACECQA assessed equivalent.A current Working with Children CheckExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)Great communication, leadership and management skills.To apply for this role please send your resume and cover letter to Melanie.mckeown@randstad.com.au or call 8630 7400 for a confidential discussion
    The centreThis 70 place early learning centre is located in Ashburton that is established within the community, offering a diverse culture with a play based program. They operate between 7:00am-6:30pm and cater for children aged 0-5 years old. They are Located only just a short walk to the local shops and easily accessible by public transport. They are looking for an Assistant center manager to assist in managing the daily operations of the center. The RoleYou will hold a Diploma qualification as a minimum and have experience running programs, ideally some management experience in a similar role such as 21C / 31C or Educational leader would be preferred but Diploma lead educators will be considered . You will be trained on Assistant Centre Manager responsibilities and spend dedicated days in the office and some time on the floor in a floating capacity. You will be responsible to:Work with and alongside the Centre Director to manage the daily responsibilities of running and maintaining a busy childcare serviceLead the development and implementation of an effective educational program in the service.Collaborate with educators and provide curriculum direction and guidance.Motivate and lead a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to achieve a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RWork on and off the floor in a 60/40 splitDevelop respectful relationships with children, families and staffBenefits of the role:Above award wageOn the job training and development Supportive management and team environmentEstablished team - low staff turnoverCareer progression opportunity Childcare discounts About youTo be eligible for this position you must have:A Diploma of Children Services or ACECQA assessed equivalent.A current Working with Children CheckExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)Great communication, leadership and management skills.To apply for this role please send your resume and cover letter to Melanie.mckeown@randstad.com.au or call 8630 7400 for a confidential discussion
    • wantirna, victoria
    • contract
    • AU$29.59 per hour
    • full-time
    Your New CompanyLocated in Wantirna, this is one of Australia’s Big 4 banks. This organization is promoted for the level of support it provides their employees, their impact and safekeeping of the wider community and their dedication to providing opportunities to their customers to meet their financial goals. They truly believe in developing and supporting their people to help build a team to drive change for their customers and the wider community. Your New Role You will be a passionate and motivated individual, who loves to get into the detail. You will be able to work autonomously to help support customers by building strategies and implementing them across the customer base to assist with resolving issues regarding their credit card matters.In this role you will be able to use your customer service experience, whilst being adept in line with the bank’s policies and procedures. There are multiple opportunities to join an exciting and supportive team.How you will contributeWorking with the team to handle customer calls regarding credit card queriesStrong attention to detail ensuring excellent record managementCollect, analyze and model data to develop and enhance detection strategiesMaintain awareness and comply with all aspects of policy, procedure and statutory requirement, in order to maximize efficiency and minimize risk to the Group and its employeesWhat you will bring to the teamExperience in a customer centric role be highly regarded Banking experience is desirable but not essential You will have the ability to work autonomously and efficientlyYou will have strong administrative skills along with the ability to work efficiently with multiple systemsYou will be resilient and have excellent ability to communicate both verbally and digitally Training and InductionTraining will be full time hours for the first 8-10 weeks and this will be located in the city. After training once you’re proficient in your role, it will be a hybrid environment of 2 days in the office and 3 days from home. Benefits for you A supporting and rewarding work cultureFlexible working hours and arrangementsCareer growth opportunitiesWellness facilities and programs for both yourself and your familyIf you’re ready to expand your career and join a highly reputable company, press APPLY NOW, or email your resume to artemis.rohanian@randstad.com.au Please note: due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates who have unlimited working rights and a minimum of 1 year visa validity, will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Your New CompanyLocated in Wantirna, this is one of Australia’s Big 4 banks. This organization is promoted for the level of support it provides their employees, their impact and safekeeping of the wider community and their dedication to providing opportunities to their customers to meet their financial goals. They truly believe in developing and supporting their people to help build a team to drive change for their customers and the wider community. Your New Role You will be a passionate and motivated individual, who loves to get into the detail. You will be able to work autonomously to help support customers by building strategies and implementing them across the customer base to assist with resolving issues regarding their credit card matters.In this role you will be able to use your customer service experience, whilst being adept in line with the bank’s policies and procedures. There are multiple opportunities to join an exciting and supportive team.How you will contributeWorking with the team to handle customer calls regarding credit card queriesStrong attention to detail ensuring excellent record managementCollect, analyze and model data to develop and enhance detection strategiesMaintain awareness and comply with all aspects of policy, procedure and statutory requirement, in order to maximize efficiency and minimize risk to the Group and its employeesWhat you will bring to the teamExperience in a customer centric role be highly regarded Banking experience is desirable but not essential You will have the ability to work autonomously and efficientlyYou will have strong administrative skills along with the ability to work efficiently with multiple systemsYou will be resilient and have excellent ability to communicate both verbally and digitally Training and InductionTraining will be full time hours for the first 8-10 weeks and this will be located in the city. After training once you’re proficient in your role, it will be a hybrid environment of 2 days in the office and 3 days from home. Benefits for you A supporting and rewarding work cultureFlexible working hours and arrangementsCareer growth opportunitiesWellness facilities and programs for both yourself and your familyIf you’re ready to expand your career and join a highly reputable company, press APPLY NOW, or email your resume to artemis.rohanian@randstad.com.au Please note: due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates who have unlimited working rights and a minimum of 1 year visa validity, will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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