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    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    40 ROLES AVAILABLE5 Month ContractNo Qualifications required!Canberra based APS4: $45 per hour plus superAPS5: $55 per hour plus superAPS6: $60 per hour plus super Position Description:Assessment staff are responsible for the review and evaluate applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process. Duties: Read responses provided by the applicant, including responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submittedEvaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the applicationProvide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknessesAssessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way Generic skills required (one or more of these skills):High level of written and analytical skills.Ability to make informed judgements.Competent in Microsoft Word and Excel. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW by sending your resume to either. For Tabatha at tabatha.gallaway@randstad.com.au or Mai at mai.saverimuttu@randstad.com.au.Please note the APPLY NOW button is not working. 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.
    40 ROLES AVAILABLE5 Month ContractNo Qualifications required!Canberra based APS4: $45 per hour plus superAPS5: $55 per hour plus superAPS6: $60 per hour plus super Position Description:Assessment staff are responsible for the review and evaluate applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process. Duties: Read responses provided by the applicant, including responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submittedEvaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the applicationProvide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknessesAssessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way Generic skills required (one or more of these skills):High level of written and analytical skills.Ability to make informed judgements.Competent in Microsoft Word and Excel. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW by sending your resume to either. For Tabatha at tabatha.gallaway@randstad.com.au or Mai at mai.saverimuttu@randstad.com.au.Please note the APPLY NOW button is not working. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$67.00 - AU$84.00, per hour, 10% super
    • full-time
    Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x8 Moderator (Management & Assistant Director) positions, to lead a team of APS level staff (across various backgrounds: assessors, quality assurance, investigations & audit staff) Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Moderators (EL1-EL2) will include:Responsibility for the assessors (direct reports) assigned to them, including managing both the quality & quantity of output by Assessors.Reading/Quality Assuring each response assessed by the Assessor ensuring the assessment report reflects the descriptor.A moderator does not participate in the assessment of any bids and does not make an independent assessment of a bid. Moderators manage the quality of the output of each assessor they manage. They will need to question why a particular descriptor has been determined, whether they agree or disagree, and if the language used supports the descriptor.Ensure all assessment tools have been utilised as required.A Moderator’s review must consider if the analysis and written report truly reflects the bid assessed, and ensure that Assessment Reports are free from grammatical or spelling errors.Pay scales for each role:$67ph to $74ph + 10 % super (EL1)$76ph to $84ph + 10 % super (EL2)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have strong leadership and people management skills, high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.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 (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x8 Moderator (Management & Assistant Director) positions, to lead a team of APS level staff (across various backgrounds: assessors, quality assurance, investigations & audit staff) Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Moderators (EL1-EL2) will include:Responsibility for the assessors (direct reports) assigned to them, including managing both the quality & quantity of output by Assessors.Reading/Quality Assuring each response assessed by the Assessor ensuring the assessment report reflects the descriptor.A moderator does not participate in the assessment of any bids and does not make an independent assessment of a bid. Moderators manage the quality of the output of each assessor they manage. They will need to question why a particular descriptor has been determined, whether they agree or disagree, and if the language used supports the descriptor.Ensure all assessment tools have been utilised as required.A Moderator’s review must consider if the analysis and written report truly reflects the bid assessed, and ensure that Assessment Reports are free from grammatical or spelling errors.Pay scales for each role:$67ph to $74ph + 10 % super (EL1)$76ph to $84ph + 10 % super (EL2)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have strong leadership and people management skills, high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • temporary
    • AU$44.00 - AU$62.00, per hour, 10% super
    • full-time
    Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x35 Assessor positions (similar to Quality Assurance, Audit, Assessing of applications, Reviewing Eligibility, Compliance, Investigations) APS 4 to APS 6 Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Assessor (APS 4-6) will include:Responsible for the review and evaluation of applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process.Reading responses provided by the applicant which includes responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submitted.You are required to evaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the application.Assessors are required to provide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknesses, and to provide a descriptor for the criterionthey have assessed.Following the Departments specific assessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way.There are no formal qualifications required to be an assessor, however the skills required would include: high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.Pay scales for each role:from $44ph + 10 % super (APS 4)from $49ph + 10 % super (APS 5)from $55ph + 10 % super (APS 6)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have previous experience of (OR the ability to): assess documentation, applications, eligibility, contracts, tenders or bids.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.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 (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x35 Assessor positions (similar to Quality Assurance, Audit, Assessing of applications, Reviewing Eligibility, Compliance, Investigations) APS 4 to APS 6 Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Assessor (APS 4-6) will include:Responsible for the review and evaluation of applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process.Reading responses provided by the applicant which includes responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submitted.You are required to evaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the application.Assessors are required to provide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknesses, and to provide a descriptor for the criterionthey have assessed.Following the Departments specific assessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way.There are no formal qualifications required to be an assessor, however the skills required would include: high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.Pay scales for each role:from $44ph + 10 % super (APS 4)from $49ph + 10 % super (APS 5)from $55ph + 10 % super (APS 6)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have previous experience of (OR the ability to): assess documentation, applications, eligibility, contracts, tenders or bids.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.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.
    • geelong, victoria
    • contract
    • AU$51.50 - AU$51.50, per hour, 10% Super, attractive salary
    • full-time
    Are you looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Or are you currently with Government in an APS role and would like to upgrade to an APS6 role or to a different area? If so, then we want to hear from you. We have multiple exciting opportunities for the right people. The roles are working as APS6 Senior Project Officers with our Federal Government client, a preferred employer.As an APS6 Project Officer (contractor) you will be accountable, under limited direction to undertake complex work, guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents.This is position is a team leadership position within the organisation and you will have delegated authority and responsibility to resolve issues and risks across a range of activities.Your responsibility will be to provide the leadership, control, planning, resource management, performance management and decision making for the team within this organisation's work/line area.Additionally you will provide detailed technical, professional, policy, operational support and high level advice in relation to complex problems. In doing this you may be required to coordinate and assist in the strategic planning, program and project management and policy development that support the objectives of this organisation.Within your role you will be responsible for:Developing and implementing policy and engagement with providers and participants to further develop the support structure within the market.Developing and managing project plans and schedules in accordance with the organisations project management framework.Providing specialist advice and technical expertise to staff and all key stakeholders.Performing independent research work and analysis including the preparation of draft reports on relevant project activities.Coordinating regular project reporting including status updates and exception reports.Preparing draft written material including business cases, plans, executive briefs and corporate documentation at a professional level.Monitoring project budgets, review and report on expenditure and assist with procurement and contract management.Identifying and assisting with the management of project risks, issues and benefits.Contributing to project quality management to ensure that project deliverables are fit for purpose and meet client needs.You will have:Excellent computer skills and high attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and stay organised.A friendly and professional attitude with critical thinking and problem solving skills.Great communication skills and experience working in a team environment.Ability to work quickly under pressure.A team membership mentality with an ability to immediately participate in the culture of your workplace.Transferrable skills able to adapt to this structured and often fast paced role.Highly regarded will be:Tertiary level qualifications in a Project related or equivalent academic field or relevant Senior leadership experience in the workforce in a similar industry.What we are doing:Seeking applications and to meet with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time is limited and the opportunity to apply for this role expires on Friday the 30th July, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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 looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Or are you currently with Government in an APS role and would like to upgrade to an APS6 role or to a different area? If so, then we want to hear from you. We have multiple exciting opportunities for the right people. The roles are working as APS6 Senior Project Officers with our Federal Government client, a preferred employer.As an APS6 Project Officer (contractor) you will be accountable, under limited direction to undertake complex work, guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents.This is position is a team leadership position within the organisation and you will have delegated authority and responsibility to resolve issues and risks across a range of activities.Your responsibility will be to provide the leadership, control, planning, resource management, performance management and decision making for the team within this organisation's work/line area.Additionally you will provide detailed technical, professional, policy, operational support and high level advice in relation to complex problems. In doing this you may be required to coordinate and assist in the strategic planning, program and project management and policy development that support the objectives of this organisation.Within your role you will be responsible for:Developing and implementing policy and engagement with providers and participants to further develop the support structure within the market.Developing and managing project plans and schedules in accordance with the organisations project management framework.Providing specialist advice and technical expertise to staff and all key stakeholders.Performing independent research work and analysis including the preparation of draft reports on relevant project activities.Coordinating regular project reporting including status updates and exception reports.Preparing draft written material including business cases, plans, executive briefs and corporate documentation at a professional level.Monitoring project budgets, review and report on expenditure and assist with procurement and contract management.Identifying and assisting with the management of project risks, issues and benefits.Contributing to project quality management to ensure that project deliverables are fit for purpose and meet client needs.You will have:Excellent computer skills and high attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and stay organised.A friendly and professional attitude with critical thinking and problem solving skills.Great communication skills and experience working in a team environment.Ability to work quickly under pressure.A team membership mentality with an ability to immediately participate in the culture of your workplace.Transferrable skills able to adapt to this structured and often fast paced role.Highly regarded will be:Tertiary level qualifications in a Project related or equivalent academic field or relevant Senior leadership experience in the workforce in a similar industry.What we are doing:Seeking applications and to meet with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time is limited and the opportunity to apply for this role expires on Friday the 30th July, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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$63.97 - AU$77.40, per hour, + 10 % super
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking an experienced Senior Policy Officer who will play a key role in providing advice and guidance to schools and school councils on matters and having involvement in managing projects and developing policy relating to the school council.About your new roleAs a committed team player, The Senior Policy Officer is responsible for providing high-level policy advice and project management expertise. What you will need to exceedFormulates and communicates public policy options and recommendations.Scan for links and potential implications of proposed policy options.Find innovative solutions to resolve stakeholder issues.Undertake research and analysis to identify policy issues and inform the policy development process.Develop and implement systems to support policy implementation.Deal with concepts and complexity comfortably.Project Management experience Your new companyPlays a key role in leading and supporting local area engagement and providing greater responsiveness to local needs. Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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 an experienced Senior Policy Officer who will play a key role in providing advice and guidance to schools and school councils on matters and having involvement in managing projects and developing policy relating to the school council.About your new roleAs a committed team player, The Senior Policy Officer is responsible for providing high-level policy advice and project management expertise. What you will need to exceedFormulates and communicates public policy options and recommendations.Scan for links and potential implications of proposed policy options.Find innovative solutions to resolve stakeholder issues.Undertake research and analysis to identify policy issues and inform the policy development process.Develop and implement systems to support policy implementation.Deal with concepts and complexity comfortably.Project Management experience Your new companyPlays a key role in leading and supporting local area engagement and providing greater responsiveness to local needs. Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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
    • contract
    • AU$55.40 - AU$62.90, per hour, + 10 % super
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking an experienced Project Officer to support a small team that oversees the state-owned asset-based in TAFEs and universities. The role includes the project management of small programs of works in liaison with TAFEs and potentially other state government departments.About your new roleAs a committed team player, The Project Officer is responsible for providing high-level project management expertise. What you will need to exceedIdentify and document program or project risks and issues and develop effective management strategies.Use appropriate project management planning and monitoring tools to track project progress.Produce briefings and program or project reports and provide advice to enable effective decision making.Manage relationships with and between program or project stakeholders.Report upon performance standards such as timelines, budgets, quality of outcomes/outputs.Has creative ideas and can project how these can link to innovations.Recognises barriers and finds effective ways to deal with them.Your new companyPlays a key role in the delivery of education and development to children, young people and adultsNext stepsIf you are currently on the search 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 an experienced Project Officer to support a small team that oversees the state-owned asset-based in TAFEs and universities. The role includes the project management of small programs of works in liaison with TAFEs and potentially other state government departments.About your new roleAs a committed team player, The Project Officer is responsible for providing high-level project management expertise. What you will need to exceedIdentify and document program or project risks and issues and develop effective management strategies.Use appropriate project management planning and monitoring tools to track project progress.Produce briefings and program or project reports and provide advice to enable effective decision making.Manage relationships with and between program or project stakeholders.Report upon performance standards such as timelines, budgets, quality of outcomes/outputs.Has creative ideas and can project how these can link to innovations.Recognises barriers and finds effective ways to deal with them.Your new companyPlays a key role in the delivery of education and development to children, young people and adultsNext stepsIf you are currently on the search 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.
    • adelaide, south australia
    • contract
    • AU$75,000 - AU$90,000 per year
    • full-time
    Entry level opportunity into DefenceLong term contract The Joint Capabilities Group within Defence is seeking the services of a Facilities Coordinator to assist in the management of facilities planning and coordinating installations, refurbishments and disposals. This position will support the demand management and future requirements planning including maintenance, repair, refurbishment, replacement and renovations of existing facilities. Key responsibilities include:Assist to develop maintenance and service management plans and procedures Assist with tender evaluation activitiesAssist with risk analysis and develop risk minimisation strategies appropriate to facilities Maintain and update objective files throughout the life of an activityMonitor and report on facilities and infrastructure projectsProvide input in developing and coordinating service/maintenance contractsSupport Work Health and Safety checks for complianceInterface between external suppliers key stakeholdersCreating, identifying and management of maintenance/service agreements Ensure fixed plant equipment capability is maintained on time and within budgetPrepare proposals for capital expenditure Forecast requirements within desirable timelines The suitable candidate will possess the following Project Coordination experience in the flow of activities for new facilities and infrastructureExperience with coordinating the maintenance/replacement of facilities and equipmentExperience with a range of disciplines and services Knowledge regarding capital works and refurbishment projectsExperience with development of forward looking facilities and infrastructure requirements Ability to work within a team environment with multiple stakeholdersWorking under limited supervision Ability to mentor other staffBaseline clearance/Defence experience highly desirable The coordinator will ensure high accuracy of forecast needs and records keeping, scheduling of maintenance/repairs and supervise functionality, safety and efficiency for facilities located at Port Wakefield, South Australia and Graytown, Victoria. Shortlisted candidates will be provided with further information including job description, project and remuneration.To apply for the role, please click on apply to submit your CV. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond or Andrew Eglinton from Randstad on 8150 7009.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.
    Entry level opportunity into DefenceLong term contract The Joint Capabilities Group within Defence is seeking the services of a Facilities Coordinator to assist in the management of facilities planning and coordinating installations, refurbishments and disposals. This position will support the demand management and future requirements planning including maintenance, repair, refurbishment, replacement and renovations of existing facilities. Key responsibilities include:Assist to develop maintenance and service management plans and procedures Assist with tender evaluation activitiesAssist with risk analysis and develop risk minimisation strategies appropriate to facilities Maintain and update objective files throughout the life of an activityMonitor and report on facilities and infrastructure projectsProvide input in developing and coordinating service/maintenance contractsSupport Work Health and Safety checks for complianceInterface between external suppliers key stakeholdersCreating, identifying and management of maintenance/service agreements Ensure fixed plant equipment capability is maintained on time and within budgetPrepare proposals for capital expenditure Forecast requirements within desirable timelines The suitable candidate will possess the following Project Coordination experience in the flow of activities for new facilities and infrastructureExperience with coordinating the maintenance/replacement of facilities and equipmentExperience with a range of disciplines and services Knowledge regarding capital works and refurbishment projectsExperience with development of forward looking facilities and infrastructure requirements Ability to work within a team environment with multiple stakeholdersWorking under limited supervision Ability to mentor other staffBaseline clearance/Defence experience highly desirable The coordinator will ensure high accuracy of forecast needs and records keeping, scheduling of maintenance/repairs and supervise functionality, safety and efficiency for facilities located at Port Wakefield, South Australia and Graytown, Victoria. Shortlisted candidates will be provided with further information including job description, project and remuneration.To apply for the role, please click on apply to submit your CV. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond or Andrew Eglinton from Randstad on 8150 7009.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    Key Responsibilities:- Extensive stakeholder engagement, including disability providers, advocacy organisations and government representatives, both federal and state.- Management of projects to develop innovative ways of meeting the needs of the disability care workforce, including evaluation of outcomes.- Writing briefing and minute papers.-The role involves policy development, research, procurement management. The successful applicant will:- Have previous policy experience- Be self-motivated to produce quality work- Be able to communicate clearly and succinctly- Have experience in APS procurement processes- Be flexible and adaptable to changes in work- Have a baseline clearance. An interest in training, or education or the disability sector would be desirable.If you are interested in this role, please submit your application or if you have any questions, please contact Joanna Brooks Consultant Policy & Program at Randstad joanna.brooks@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.
    Key Responsibilities:- Extensive stakeholder engagement, including disability providers, advocacy organisations and government representatives, both federal and state.- Management of projects to develop innovative ways of meeting the needs of the disability care workforce, including evaluation of outcomes.- Writing briefing and minute papers.-The role involves policy development, research, procurement management. The successful applicant will:- Have previous policy experience- Be self-motivated to produce quality work- Be able to communicate clearly and succinctly- Have experience in APS procurement processes- Be flexible and adaptable to changes in work- Have a baseline clearance. An interest in training, or education or the disability sector would be desirable.If you are interested in this role, please submit your application or if you have any questions, please contact Joanna Brooks Consultant Policy & Program at Randstad joanna.brooks@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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently assisting a Federal Government department in sourcing multiple skilled policy, regulatory and analytical officers across APS5, APS6 and EL1 levels with preferred experience/qualification in science, engineering and energy. We are also interested to hear from the compliance and regulatory officers. Additionally, we are seeking highly qualified professionals with international engagement and program delivery experience for an EL1 role. Key Responsibilities: Contribute to a range of work across program design, development and implementationUndertake market research for effective policy development and drafting associated recommendationsContribute to planning and program managementLiaise with key government and non-government stakeholders for policy developmentFormulate briefs and policy documents Desired Knowledge and Experience Demonstrated experience in policy development and policy implementationDemonstrated experience in program managementExperience in regulatory policy development (desired)Highly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to collaborate with a range of stakeholdersAbility to interpret data and analyse complex information to develop policiesSound judgement and decision-making skills You will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a Baseline Security Clearance. If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to shubhank.dwivedi@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323809 for any additional enquiries.Please note only successful candidates 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.
    Randstad is currently assisting a Federal Government department in sourcing multiple skilled policy, regulatory and analytical officers across APS5, APS6 and EL1 levels with preferred experience/qualification in science, engineering and energy. We are also interested to hear from the compliance and regulatory officers. Additionally, we are seeking highly qualified professionals with international engagement and program delivery experience for an EL1 role. Key Responsibilities: Contribute to a range of work across program design, development and implementationUndertake market research for effective policy development and drafting associated recommendationsContribute to planning and program managementLiaise with key government and non-government stakeholders for policy developmentFormulate briefs and policy documents Desired Knowledge and Experience Demonstrated experience in policy development and policy implementationDemonstrated experience in program managementExperience in regulatory policy development (desired)Highly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to collaborate with a range of stakeholdersAbility to interpret data and analyse complex information to develop policiesSound judgement and decision-making skills You will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a Baseline Security Clearance. If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to shubhank.dwivedi@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323809 for any additional enquiries.Please note only successful candidates 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.
    • adelaide, south australia
    • contract
    • AU$55.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + Super
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced Data Analyst in the public sector? We are recruiting for a temporary casual opportunity to work as a Randstad contractor for one of ourFederal Government clients. This role will be based in our client’s Adelaide CBD office. About the companyOur client is a Federal Government Department based in the Adelaide CBD TasksThe Data and Reporting Analyst assists in the day to day management of data integration processes and contract reporting matters by contributing to the team and organisational objectives. The data analyst will focus on managing data in all its forms, analysing information structures and developing innovative ways of displaying and articulating information.Duties include:Acquiring data from primary or secondary data sources and maintaining data structures to understand business problems and generate insightInterpreting data and analysing results using standardised techniquesDeveloping and implementing data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that optimise qualityIdentifying new data sources, collecting data, sourcing missing dataGenerating information and insights from data sets and identifying trends and patterns including removing and cleaning data holdingsPreparing SOPS and reports for executive and project teamsCreating visualisations in data analytics software platforms such as TableauMake suggestions to manager in ways to achieve service delivery efficiencies and/ or cost reductions within accountabilitiesAssist Manager with continuous process improvement, problem solving and best practice reviewsSupport data governance and data integration processes while maintaining data quality as per client requirementsSupport manager with ad-hoc unscheduled tasks and data requests when requiredContributing to continuous improvement and other support activities across the project including business as usual activities by providing leadership, knowledge and skills transfer to cross functional team members. Skills and experience required:5+ years’ experience in data analytics with large data sets Experience in drawing insights, building narratives and reporting on data setsExperience in writing complex SQL queries to extract dataExperience in creating meaningful visualisations using TableauAbility to manage and prioritise multiple tasks in a fast paced environmentAbility to work independently and as part of a team environmentDesirable: experience working clinical/health data Desirable: experience working in waterfall and agile environments. CultureYou will be joining an experienced and busy team that work both alone and collectively on their tasks. BenefitsThe role will pay a commensurate government salary ranging from $55 to $65 per hour + SuperAt 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 Data Analyst in the public sector? We are recruiting for a temporary casual opportunity to work as a Randstad contractor for one of ourFederal Government clients. This role will be based in our client’s Adelaide CBD office. About the companyOur client is a Federal Government Department based in the Adelaide CBD TasksThe Data and Reporting Analyst assists in the day to day management of data integration processes and contract reporting matters by contributing to the team and organisational objectives. The data analyst will focus on managing data in all its forms, analysing information structures and developing innovative ways of displaying and articulating information.Duties include:Acquiring data from primary or secondary data sources and maintaining data structures to understand business problems and generate insightInterpreting data and analysing results using standardised techniquesDeveloping and implementing data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that optimise qualityIdentifying new data sources, collecting data, sourcing missing dataGenerating information and insights from data sets and identifying trends and patterns including removing and cleaning data holdingsPreparing SOPS and reports for executive and project teamsCreating visualisations in data analytics software platforms such as TableauMake suggestions to manager in ways to achieve service delivery efficiencies and/ or cost reductions within accountabilitiesAssist Manager with continuous process improvement, problem solving and best practice reviewsSupport data governance and data integration processes while maintaining data quality as per client requirementsSupport manager with ad-hoc unscheduled tasks and data requests when requiredContributing to continuous improvement and other support activities across the project including business as usual activities by providing leadership, knowledge and skills transfer to cross functional team members. Skills and experience required:5+ years’ experience in data analytics with large data sets Experience in drawing insights, building narratives and reporting on data setsExperience in writing complex SQL queries to extract dataExperience in creating meaningful visualisations using TableauAbility to manage and prioritise multiple tasks in a fast paced environmentAbility to work independently and as part of a team environmentDesirable: experience working clinical/health data Desirable: experience working in waterfall and agile environments. CultureYou will be joining an experienced and busy team that work both alone and collectively on their tasks. BenefitsThe role will pay a commensurate government salary ranging from $55 to $65 per hour + SuperAt 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$124,033 - AU$165,983, per year, super
    • full-time
    Are you qualified in quantity surveying or cost engineering? Do you have industry experience within health and human services or social infrastructure? This is an opportunity to further expand on your experience and continue your career working on some of Victoria Health's largest projects. The RoleAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of project cost estimating, planning, and reporting practice across a diverse asset base and project portfolio. A key initiative will be the establishment of the VHBA costing database. As a subject matter expert, you will advise and support project teams in the following areasEstablish benchmarking, cost plans, and estimating practicePeer review of cost plans, bills of quantities, and tendersPrepare estimates for funding applicationsParticipate and support value management Contract administration and quality assurance adviceAssess commercial and contractual risksYour success will be measured by the implementation of processes to improve accuracy and efficiency resulting in a capability uplift and PMF adoption/compliance across all projects. What you will need to be successfulAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will have experience across the whole project lifecycle, supporting infrastructure projects, ideally within a PMO environment. It is expected that you will have knowledge and understanding of industry best practices and be able to advise on project benchmarking, cost planning, estimation, and control to support the delivery of complex programs. You will have experience in the followingProject cost estimation and quantitationDevelopment of cost plans, cashflows Risk and contingency calculations and value managementReporting of estimates for funding applicationVarious project models (PPP, Alliance, D&C)In addition, you will require a relevant qualification in construction management or quantity surveying. Membership of the AIQS, RICS would be well regarded. What we offer Employees enjoy a wide range of benefits working for the Department of Health – from competitive salaries and flexible leave arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading health infrastructure projectsCompetitive salary and benefitsOngoing employmentPlay a vital role in creating and delivering exceptional health infrastructure to support the wellbeing of all Victorians About your new organisationThe Victorian Health Building Authority is responsible for the planning and delivery of the Victorian Government’s multibillion-dollar health infrastructure program including $16.6 billion in managed assets and $7.84 billion in planning and delivery.The Department of Health is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. All jobs can be worked flexibly, and we actively encourage job applications from people who identify as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander, people living with disability, LGBTI+ and people from varied cultural backgrounds. How to applyIf you are looking for a purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Department of Health. 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. Please use the link below to view the position description, explore employment benefits and learn more about VHBA.https://www.randstad.com.au/moving-people-forward/jobseekers/randstand-vhba/The Department of Health promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or having a disability, and require advice, support or recruitment process modifications, please contact vhba@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email vhba@randstad.com.au or call 03 8319 1274.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 qualified in quantity surveying or cost engineering? Do you have industry experience within health and human services or social infrastructure? This is an opportunity to further expand on your experience and continue your career working on some of Victoria Health's largest projects. The RoleAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of project cost estimating, planning, and reporting practice across a diverse asset base and project portfolio. A key initiative will be the establishment of the VHBA costing database. As a subject matter expert, you will advise and support project teams in the following areasEstablish benchmarking, cost plans, and estimating practicePeer review of cost plans, bills of quantities, and tendersPrepare estimates for funding applicationsParticipate and support value management Contract administration and quality assurance adviceAssess commercial and contractual risksYour success will be measured by the implementation of processes to improve accuracy and efficiency resulting in a capability uplift and PMF adoption/compliance across all projects. What you will need to be successfulAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will have experience across the whole project lifecycle, supporting infrastructure projects, ideally within a PMO environment. It is expected that you will have knowledge and understanding of industry best practices and be able to advise on project benchmarking, cost planning, estimation, and control to support the delivery of complex programs. You will have experience in the followingProject cost estimation and quantitationDevelopment of cost plans, cashflows Risk and contingency calculations and value managementReporting of estimates for funding applicationVarious project models (PPP, Alliance, D&C)In addition, you will require a relevant qualification in construction management or quantity surveying. Membership of the AIQS, RICS would be well regarded. What we offer Employees enjoy a wide range of benefits working for the Department of Health – from competitive salaries and flexible leave arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading health infrastructure projectsCompetitive salary and benefitsOngoing employmentPlay a vital role in creating and delivering exceptional health infrastructure to support the wellbeing of all Victorians About your new organisationThe Victorian Health Building Authority is responsible for the planning and delivery of the Victorian Government’s multibillion-dollar health infrastructure program including $16.6 billion in managed assets and $7.84 billion in planning and delivery.The Department of Health is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. All jobs can be worked flexibly, and we actively encourage job applications from people who identify as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander, people living with disability, LGBTI+ and people from varied cultural backgrounds. How to applyIf you are looking for a purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Department of Health. 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. Please use the link below to view the position description, explore employment benefits and learn more about VHBA.https://www.randstad.com.au/moving-people-forward/jobseekers/randstand-vhba/The Department of Health promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or having a disability, and require advice, support or recruitment process modifications, please contact vhba@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email vhba@randstad.com.au or call 03 8319 1274.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$75,000 - AU$85,000 per year
    • full-time
    Our client is the Australian Dental Council, they deliver the accreditation functions for dental professions, ensuring dental practitioners across Australia meet the high standards required to practise safely and effectively. This includes the accreditation of dental practitioner programs and the assessment of the professional qualities, knowledge, judgement, and clinical skills of overseas-trained dental practitioners.They pride themselves on achieving best practice standards in accreditation and assessment while maintaining a culture of support and inclusion.We are seeking a Senior Accreditation Officer for them on a permanent full time basis to provide administrative and secretarial support to their Accreditation division, Accreditation Committee and Accreditation teams undertaking site visits. About You: Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal.Excellent interpersonal skills.Highly attentive to detail.Excellent organisation skills and an ability to prioritise competing demands.Highly developed problem solving/analytical ability.Can work well in a team environment and autonomously.Advanced level administrative skills and expertise with Microsoft Word packages, i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint.Strong ability to interpret and apply processes, standards and guidelines.Proven ability to liaise with a variety of stakeholders and senior profiles to maintain stakeholder relationships.Ability to work in a team to achieve common goals and meet deadlines.Experience of quality assurance processes and/or the application of education or regulatory standards.Hands on experience working with tight deadlines and project work.Demonstrated and solid experience drafting agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers. Accountabilities: Manage administrative and information management systems to support accreditation processes.Organise and support accreditation site visits by coordinating end-to-end logistics and event management within financial guidelines.Prepare standard correspondence for the Dental Board of Australia, education providers and members of Teams.Offer secretarial support to Team (T) teleconferences when required by preparing agendas, minutes and other relevant tasks.Conduct surveys and analyse stakeholders’ views regarding the ADC’s accreditation activities.Maintain and monitor accredited programs, including by collecting and analysing annual report data.Organise and plan accreditation meetings, draft agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers in preparation.Support and assist the team with the development and reviewing of accreditation policies, standards and processes.Liaise with education providers, maintain and develop relationships with assessors, ADC staff and other stakeholders regarding accreditation matters.Develop and maintain information related to accreditation on the ADC website.Actively take part in team projects related to accreditation as required.Extend yourself outside set task requirements and be part of a collaborative team. What’s in it for you: An attractive salary and generous leave entitlements.Salary packaging.Flexible work options.An organisation that supports diversity and inclusion.Training and leadership development. ADC are committed to a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBT and people with disability. Next steps: If this sounds like you, click “apply” to be considered for this exciting opportunity. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be considered. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Our client is the Australian Dental Council, they deliver the accreditation functions for dental professions, ensuring dental practitioners across Australia meet the high standards required to practise safely and effectively. This includes the accreditation of dental practitioner programs and the assessment of the professional qualities, knowledge, judgement, and clinical skills of overseas-trained dental practitioners.They pride themselves on achieving best practice standards in accreditation and assessment while maintaining a culture of support and inclusion.We are seeking a Senior Accreditation Officer for them on a permanent full time basis to provide administrative and secretarial support to their Accreditation division, Accreditation Committee and Accreditation teams undertaking site visits. About You: Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal.Excellent interpersonal skills.Highly attentive to detail.Excellent organisation skills and an ability to prioritise competing demands.Highly developed problem solving/analytical ability.Can work well in a team environment and autonomously.Advanced level administrative skills and expertise with Microsoft Word packages, i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint.Strong ability to interpret and apply processes, standards and guidelines.Proven ability to liaise with a variety of stakeholders and senior profiles to maintain stakeholder relationships.Ability to work in a team to achieve common goals and meet deadlines.Experience of quality assurance processes and/or the application of education or regulatory standards.Hands on experience working with tight deadlines and project work.Demonstrated and solid experience drafting agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers. Accountabilities: Manage administrative and information management systems to support accreditation processes.Organise and support accreditation site visits by coordinating end-to-end logistics and event management within financial guidelines.Prepare standard correspondence for the Dental Board of Australia, education providers and members of Teams.Offer secretarial support to Team (T) teleconferences when required by preparing agendas, minutes and other relevant tasks.Conduct surveys and analyse stakeholders’ views regarding the ADC’s accreditation activities.Maintain and monitor accredited programs, including by collecting and analysing annual report data.Organise and plan accreditation meetings, draft agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers in preparation.Support and assist the team with the development and reviewing of accreditation policies, standards and processes.Liaise with education providers, maintain and develop relationships with assessors, ADC staff and other stakeholders regarding accreditation matters.Develop and maintain information related to accreditation on the ADC website.Actively take part in team projects related to accreditation as required.Extend yourself outside set task requirements and be part of a collaborative team. What’s in it for you: An attractive salary and generous leave entitlements.Salary packaging.Flexible work options.An organisation that supports diversity and inclusion.Training and leadership development. ADC are committed to a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBT and people with disability. Next steps: If this sounds like you, click “apply” to be considered for this exciting opportunity. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be considered. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$30.00 - AU$40.00, per hour, super
    • full-time
    Randstad is assisting a highly sought after Federal Government client in sourcing a professional and experienced APS3 administration assistant for a long term contract until 2023. Your new duties:Provide a high level of administrative support including the distribution of email communications frominboxes, answering telephones, assisting with the processing of nominations and referee responses,committee meeting logistics.Prepare correspondence associated with administrative support functions as necessary.Be personally responsible for ensuring that individual work is efficiently and effectively progressed tomeet deadlines.Accurately update and monitor database and electronic records management systems.Exercise tact and discretion at all times, and effectively liaise and negotiate with clients from all sections ofGovernment and the community.Establish and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Be proactive in following up of issues and tasks and ensure they are handled in a timely fashion. About you:Previous experience in a similar role within the APSStrong customer service skills Highly organised and proactive Agile and able to work within a teamIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click "Apply Now" to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to ella.calderwood@randstad.com.auPlease note only successful candidates will be contactedAt 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 assisting a highly sought after Federal Government client in sourcing a professional and experienced APS3 administration assistant for a long term contract until 2023. Your new duties:Provide a high level of administrative support including the distribution of email communications frominboxes, answering telephones, assisting with the processing of nominations and referee responses,committee meeting logistics.Prepare correspondence associated with administrative support functions as necessary.Be personally responsible for ensuring that individual work is efficiently and effectively progressed tomeet deadlines.Accurately update and monitor database and electronic records management systems.Exercise tact and discretion at all times, and effectively liaise and negotiate with clients from all sections ofGovernment and the community.Establish and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Be proactive in following up of issues and tasks and ensure they are handled in a timely fashion. About you:Previous experience in a similar role within the APSStrong customer service skills Highly organised and proactive Agile and able to work within a teamIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click "Apply Now" to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to ella.calderwood@randstad.com.auPlease note only successful candidates will be contactedAt 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
    • temporary
    • AU$55.44 - AU$62.90, per hour, + 10 % super
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking experienced passionate professionals who promote Health and Wellbeing for our Victorian Government client (VET). Our partnering department is looking for someone who is enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impact on the TAFE Programs Unit.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Programs Officer is responsible for providing high-level policy advice and project management expertise. What you will need to exceedManage relationships with and between program or project stakeholders.Lead a team's approach to correspondence including monitoring and reporting on correspondence issues.Write/develop policy documents and guidelines.Undertake research to identify business or policy requirements.Monitor outcomes, activity and deliverables against funding program objectives.Ensures project objectives are met by anticipating and managing potential and emerging issues.Analyses issues from different perspectives and draws sound inferences from information availableUses analytical and conceptual skills to reason through problemsYour new companyThis is a key role in the TAFE Transformation Branch. They provide input on strategy, policy and funding relating to the transformation of TAFEs, Dual Sector Universities and Public Universities in Victoria.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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 experienced passionate professionals who promote Health and Wellbeing for our Victorian Government client (VET). Our partnering department is looking for someone who is enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impact on the TAFE Programs Unit.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Programs Officer is responsible for providing high-level policy advice and project management expertise. What you will need to exceedManage relationships with and between program or project stakeholders.Lead a team's approach to correspondence including monitoring and reporting on correspondence issues.Write/develop policy documents and guidelines.Undertake research to identify business or policy requirements.Monitor outcomes, activity and deliverables against funding program objectives.Ensures project objectives are met by anticipating and managing potential and emerging issues.Analyses issues from different perspectives and draws sound inferences from information availableUses analytical and conceptual skills to reason through problemsYour new companyThis is a key role in the TAFE Transformation Branch. They provide input on strategy, policy and funding relating to the transformation of TAFEs, Dual Sector Universities and Public Universities in Victoria.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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
    • contract
    • AU$63.97 - AU$77.40, per hour, + 10 % super
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking an experienced Senior Policy Officer to lead and contribute to join a small team of strategic and program advisers who work collaboratively across various departments and divisions in the Higher Education Victoria.About your new roleAs a committed team player, The Senior Policy Officer requires excellent data, analytical, conceptual and policy skills to inform considered advice to Ministers and Cabinet on strategies that support TAFEs to become agile, modern and sustainable institutes that lift outcomes for learners and industry.What you will need to exceedEnjoy working collaboratively, drawing on others expertise and knowledge, and think critically to solve problemsand provide influential best practice policy advice.Draw on existing policy development, conceptual and analytical skills to lead work that improves accountability for outcomes and supports the TAFE network to deliver on Government and community expectations in the short andlong term.Have strong negotiating skills and confidence in influencing decision-makers views, with exceptional written andverbal communication skills.Your new companyThe Senior Policy Officer plays a key role in leading and supporting policy and project development for The Higher Education and Skills Group (HESG).Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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 an experienced Senior Policy Officer to lead and contribute to join a small team of strategic and program advisers who work collaboratively across various departments and divisions in the Higher Education Victoria.About your new roleAs a committed team player, The Senior Policy Officer requires excellent data, analytical, conceptual and policy skills to inform considered advice to Ministers and Cabinet on strategies that support TAFEs to become agile, modern and sustainable institutes that lift outcomes for learners and industry.What you will need to exceedEnjoy working collaboratively, drawing on others expertise and knowledge, and think critically to solve problemsand provide influential best practice policy advice.Draw on existing policy development, conceptual and analytical skills to lead work that improves accountability for outcomes and supports the TAFE network to deliver on Government and community expectations in the short andlong term.Have strong negotiating skills and confidence in influencing decision-makers views, with exceptional written andverbal communication skills.Your new companyThe Senior Policy Officer plays a key role in leading and supporting policy and project development for The Higher Education and Skills Group (HESG).Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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.
    • geelong, victoria
    • temporary
    • AU$30.00 - AU$30.00, per hour, plus superannuation
    • full-time
    We are seeking Payment Officer for an eight week contract role FT hours in Geelong. Work from home / Office. The Payment Officer is responsible for the provision of timely and accurate processing of high volume provider accounts and client reimbursements.The role also entails providing first call resolution and quality customer service to providers and clients through inbound and outbound calls. Duties:- Ensure accurate and efficient processing of accounts and reimbursementsProcess and manage medical treatment costs for clientsManage the processing, reporting for the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system that supports large Providers with an electronic channel for payment fulfilmentGenerate and send direct correspondence to providers when requestedReview and action business and system reports (e.g. exception management) to meet business targets supporting the prompt payment of accountsProvide account expertise to resolve complex accounts issues for internal stakeholders Please apply now or reach out to sarah.lowes-fernando@randstad.com.au for more information. 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.
    We are seeking Payment Officer for an eight week contract role FT hours in Geelong. Work from home / Office. The Payment Officer is responsible for the provision of timely and accurate processing of high volume provider accounts and client reimbursements.The role also entails providing first call resolution and quality customer service to providers and clients through inbound and outbound calls. Duties:- Ensure accurate and efficient processing of accounts and reimbursementsProcess and manage medical treatment costs for clientsManage the processing, reporting for the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system that supports large Providers with an electronic channel for payment fulfilmentGenerate and send direct correspondence to providers when requestedReview and action business and system reports (e.g. exception management) to meet business targets supporting the prompt payment of accountsProvide account expertise to resolve complex accounts issues for internal stakeholders Please apply now or reach out to sarah.lowes-fernando@randstad.com.au for more information. 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
    • contract
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking an experienced APS5 and APS6 professional who has in-depth knowledge in grant program management, design and/or delivery experience, attention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery.About your new roleAs a committed team players, the APS5 and APS6 Program Officers are responsible for providing analysis, evaluation and review of grants applications. You will be required to make sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislation. Roles are available for Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra offices.What you will need to exceedGood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations.Ability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholders.Able to show good judgement, think strategically and logically.Attention to detail and problem-solving skills are relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activities.Analyse, evaluate and review grant applications.Undertake day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activities.Perform ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding rounds, including the preparation of documentation for assessment committees.Your new companyAusIndustry supports businesses to grow, diversify and thrive through a range of government programs and services. The Division helps its clients become strong and self-reliant Australian businesses that are competitive in a national and global environment.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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 an experienced APS5 and APS6 professional who has in-depth knowledge in grant program management, design and/or delivery experience, attention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery.About your new roleAs a committed team players, the APS5 and APS6 Program Officers are responsible for providing analysis, evaluation and review of grants applications. You will be required to make sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislation. Roles are available for Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra offices.What you will need to exceedGood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations.Ability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholders.Able to show good judgement, think strategically and logically.Attention to detail and problem-solving skills are relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activities.Analyse, evaluate and review grant applications.Undertake day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activities.Perform ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding rounds, including the preparation of documentation for assessment committees.Your new companyAusIndustry supports businesses to grow, diversify and thrive through a range of government programs and services. The Division helps its clients become strong and self-reliant Australian businesses that are competitive in a national and global environment.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$48.00 - AU$51.00, per hour, Super
    • full-time
    Overview:Contract Assessor / Grants AdministrationMultiple Federal Government departments - Science / Industry & Social ServicesAPS 5 level roles paying $48-51ph + superTemp six month contracts, with good chance of extensionsWorking full time hours Mon – Fri (37.5 hours per week)Located in Sydney CBD (near Central station), working from home options availableGood on-boarding & training will be providedBackground:Multiple Federal Government department opportunities (Science / Industry & Social Services), delivering grant administration services on behalf of other Government Departments.You will be using your strong attention-to-detail and efficiency to review & assess government grant funding performance activities reported by small and large Service Providers/Grant Recipients; ensuring they are complying & performing as agreed.Duties:Reviewing grant agreements, performance activities, contracts and declarationsRequesting for additional information when neededAssessing the current activities that service providers are performing to ensure they are adhering to their KPIs/requirements.Ensuring guidelines and procedures are adhered to.Identifying possible business risks and issuesRelationship management with Service Providers/Funding recipientsRecording of all information and communications in a databaseCriteria:To be successful you must:Be an Australian CitizenHold or be willing to hold a Baseline Security ClearanceHave previous similar experience in either; assessing claims, grant funding, grant administration, compliance, contract assurance or processing acquittals.Boast strong judgement and discretion.Have excellent attention to detail.Strong verbal and written communication.Apply Now!Please apply with your resume and a short summary of why you believe you have the right skills/experience for the roles.Any questions can be directed to joe.robinson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Overview:Contract Assessor / Grants AdministrationMultiple Federal Government departments - Science / Industry & Social ServicesAPS 5 level roles paying $48-51ph + superTemp six month contracts, with good chance of extensionsWorking full time hours Mon – Fri (37.5 hours per week)Located in Sydney CBD (near Central station), working from home options availableGood on-boarding & training will be providedBackground:Multiple Federal Government department opportunities (Science / Industry & Social Services), delivering grant administration services on behalf of other Government Departments.You will be using your strong attention-to-detail and efficiency to review & assess government grant funding performance activities reported by small and large Service Providers/Grant Recipients; ensuring they are complying & performing as agreed.Duties:Reviewing grant agreements, performance activities, contracts and declarationsRequesting for additional information when neededAssessing the current activities that service providers are performing to ensure they are adhering to their KPIs/requirements.Ensuring guidelines and procedures are adhered to.Identifying possible business risks and issuesRelationship management with Service Providers/Funding recipientsRecording of all information and communications in a databaseCriteria:To be successful you must:Be an Australian CitizenHold or be willing to hold a Baseline Security ClearanceHave previous similar experience in either; assessing claims, grant funding, grant administration, compliance, contract assurance or processing acquittals.Boast strong judgement and discretion.Have excellent attention to detail.Strong verbal and written communication.Apply Now!Please apply with your resume and a short summary of why you believe you have the right skills/experience for the roles.Any questions can be directed to joe.robinson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • geelong, victoria
    • contract
    • AU$41.64 - AU$41.64, per hour, 10% Super, attractive salary
    • full-time
    Are you looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Or are you currently with Government in an APS role and would like to upgrade to an APS4 role? If so, then we want to hear from you. We have an exciting opportunity for the right person. The role is an APS4 Administration Officer specialist working in the experience delivery team with our Federal Government client.What we are looking for:As an APS4 Administration Officer you will work within defined parameters relating to your area ofresponsibility. Supporting your team to apply well-established policy, principles, practices and procedures to achieve outcomes that supports and contributes to organisations objectives.In this position you will provide operational and administrative support that is informed and directed by soundknowledge and you may also undertake various research and analysis activities.The position will have a considerable level of contact with both internal and external stakeholders and will berequired to communicate with and provide advice to resolve complex enquiries of a moderate nature such as:Organising the team email inbox, calendars and appointments, responding to team priorities and timeframes.Researching and responding to general enquiries and analysing documents and data.Coordinating and preparing meeting minutes and papers.Supporting the drafting of written communications and managing documents and databases.Organising travel and finance reconciliation.Participating in project management work as directed, supporting the delivery of work priorities.You will be an admin specialist able to offer sound admin support across a range of activities within one or more of the core organisational functions including:helping to developing plans and objectives for short-term projects;aid in the setting of priorities and ensuring quality administrative outputs relevant to your role.monitoring issues and identifying escalation and resolution needs; andcollating recommendations and solutions to the benefit of stakeholders.You will have;Excellent computer skills and high attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and stay organised.A friendly and professional attitude with critical thinking and problem solving skills.Great communication skills and experience working in a team environment.Ability to work quickly under pressure.Highly regarded will be;Tertiary level qualifications in a related discipline specialisation , Higher level admin qualifications or relevant work experience in a related discipline.What we are doing:Seeking applications and to meet with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time is limited and this role won't be available after Monday 26th July so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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 looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Or are you currently with Government in an APS role and would like to upgrade to an APS4 role? If so, then we want to hear from you. We have an exciting opportunity for the right person. The role is an APS4 Administration Officer specialist working in the experience delivery team with our Federal Government client.What we are looking for:As an APS4 Administration Officer you will work within defined parameters relating to your area ofresponsibility. Supporting your team to apply well-established policy, principles, practices and procedures to achieve outcomes that supports and contributes to organisations objectives.In this position you will provide operational and administrative support that is informed and directed by soundknowledge and you may also undertake various research and analysis activities.The position will have a considerable level of contact with both internal and external stakeholders and will berequired to communicate with and provide advice to resolve complex enquiries of a moderate nature such as:Organising the team email inbox, calendars and appointments, responding to team priorities and timeframes.Researching and responding to general enquiries and analysing documents and data.Coordinating and preparing meeting minutes and papers.Supporting the drafting of written communications and managing documents and databases.Organising travel and finance reconciliation.Participating in project management work as directed, supporting the delivery of work priorities.You will be an admin specialist able to offer sound admin support across a range of activities within one or more of the core organisational functions including:helping to developing plans and objectives for short-term projects;aid in the setting of priorities and ensuring quality administrative outputs relevant to your role.monitoring issues and identifying escalation and resolution needs; andcollating recommendations and solutions to the benefit of stakeholders.You will have;Excellent computer skills and high attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and stay organised.A friendly and professional attitude with critical thinking and problem solving skills.Great communication skills and experience working in a team environment.Ability to work quickly under pressure.Highly regarded will be;Tertiary level qualifications in a related discipline specialisation , Higher level admin qualifications or relevant work experience in a related discipline.What we are doing:Seeking applications and to meet with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time is limited and this role won't be available after Monday 26th July so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
    • adelaide, south australia
    • temporary
    • AU$46.00 - AU$60.00, per hour, superannuation
    • full-time
    Randstad is recruiting multiple Program Officers (Randstad contractors) to work at one of our Commonwealth Government Clients. The initial engagement will be for approximately six months with potential for two 12 month extensions. The roles will be equivalent to APS5 and APS66 and will be Adelaide CBD based.About the teamThe Portfolio Program Delivery Branch contributes to the implementation of Government policies through the design and management of a range of programs across areas including Science, Digital, Energy, Resources, Manufacturing, Advanced Technology, Commercialisation, and Space These roles provide high-quality administration of the department’s grant programs across the manufacturing, energy, resources and small business sectors. Our ideal candidateThe successful candidates will have:grant program management, design and/or delivery experience would be an advantagegood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations supported by sound evidenceability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholdersflexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, in a busy team environment, and achieve resultsattention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesable to show good judgement, think strategically and logically.What you will doWorking with a small team reporting to your manager, you can expect to be involved with a variety of tasks including:analysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsmake sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislationconduct grant agreement negotiationsundertaking day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activitiesmanage and process reports and associated paymentsengage with internal and external stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programs EligibilityTo be eligible for employment in the APS and the department, applicants must be Australian citizens.Security ClearanceThese positions require a Baseline security clearance (including a police check). The successful applicants will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this level.Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Please ensure that you include the following in your application:maximum one page cover letter that outlines your proven experience in a similar roleMore Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/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 recruiting multiple Program Officers (Randstad contractors) to work at one of our Commonwealth Government Clients. The initial engagement will be for approximately six months with potential for two 12 month extensions. The roles will be equivalent to APS5 and APS66 and will be Adelaide CBD based.About the teamThe Portfolio Program Delivery Branch contributes to the implementation of Government policies through the design and management of a range of programs across areas including Science, Digital, Energy, Resources, Manufacturing, Advanced Technology, Commercialisation, and Space These roles provide high-quality administration of the department’s grant programs across the manufacturing, energy, resources and small business sectors. Our ideal candidateThe successful candidates will have:grant program management, design and/or delivery experience would be an advantagegood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations supported by sound evidenceability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholdersflexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, in a busy team environment, and achieve resultsattention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesable to show good judgement, think strategically and logically.What you will doWorking with a small team reporting to your manager, you can expect to be involved with a variety of tasks including:analysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsmake sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislationconduct grant agreement negotiationsundertaking day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activitiesmanage and process reports and associated paymentsengage with internal and external stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programs EligibilityTo be eligible for employment in the APS and the department, applicants must be Australian citizens.Security ClearanceThese positions require a Baseline security clearance (including a police check). The successful applicants will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this level.Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Please ensure that you include the following in your application:maximum one page cover letter that outlines your proven experience in a similar roleMore Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/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.
    • perth, western australia
    • contract
    • full-time
    The successful candidates will have:Day-to-day Contract management and Grant program managementAnalysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsGood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefsThe ability to build and maintain productive working relationships with stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programsStrong attention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesAbout you:Flexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, striving to achieve resultsAbility to show good judgement, think strategically and logically.Team player, willingness to contribute to team success and desired outcomes Good communication skills, customer service focused delivery 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 successful candidates will have:Day-to-day Contract management and Grant program managementAnalysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsGood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefsThe ability to build and maintain productive working relationships with stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programsStrong attention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesAbout you:Flexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, striving to achieve resultsAbility to show good judgement, think strategically and logically.Team player, willingness to contribute to team success and desired outcomes Good communication skills, customer service focused delivery 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
    • contract
    • AU$62.00 - AU$77.00, per hour, plus superannuation
    • part-time
    This state department brings together all planning, building, and heritage programs to provide a dedicated focus and to utilize program delivery expertise. Its primary responsibility is to support current and future planning, building, and heritage projects. Your New RoleRandstad is seeking a Senior Project/Policy Officer for the Building Policy Branch responsible for strategic policy development and reform to deliver the government’s priorities for the building sector. Your New Duties Proactively lead, manage or contribute as part of a team to develop, review and evaluate complex and innovative regulatory options.Provide authoritative, timely, accurate, and evidence-based advice for Ministers and the department’s executive management on complex issues. Prepare advice for executives based on key lessons and outcomes from funded programsEvaluate, monitor, and prepare reports for the program against objectivesConfidently represent the Department at stakeholder meetings.What you need to be successful Senior experience in project delivery, managing a project team, and contract managementExcellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to develop and write complex briefings and papers to a consistently high standardUndertake research and prepare timely and high-quality submissions, reports and briefs, regulations, and discussion papers with supporting documentation on complex and sensitive matters, demonstrating a detailed understanding of the policy, political and legal context. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (public policy, business, project management, environmental management, environmental science) are highly desirable.Please noteYou must have had government experience or have worked with government frameworks extensively to apply.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 state department brings together all planning, building, and heritage programs to provide a dedicated focus and to utilize program delivery expertise. Its primary responsibility is to support current and future planning, building, and heritage projects. Your New RoleRandstad is seeking a Senior Project/Policy Officer for the Building Policy Branch responsible for strategic policy development and reform to deliver the government’s priorities for the building sector. Your New Duties Proactively lead, manage or contribute as part of a team to develop, review and evaluate complex and innovative regulatory options.Provide authoritative, timely, accurate, and evidence-based advice for Ministers and the department’s executive management on complex issues. Prepare advice for executives based on key lessons and outcomes from funded programsEvaluate, monitor, and prepare reports for the program against objectivesConfidently represent the Department at stakeholder meetings.What you need to be successful Senior experience in project delivery, managing a project team, and contract managementExcellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to develop and write complex briefings and papers to a consistently high standardUndertake research and prepare timely and high-quality submissions, reports and briefs, regulations, and discussion papers with supporting documentation on complex and sensitive matters, demonstrating a detailed understanding of the policy, political and legal context. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (public policy, business, project management, environmental management, environmental science) are highly desirable.Please noteYou must have had government experience or have worked with government frameworks extensively to apply.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently assisting a Federal Government department in sourcing multiple skilled GRANT officers across APS5, APS6 and EL1. This is a fantastic opportunity to secure an initial 6 months contract with option of two 12 month extensions. Key Responsibilities: analysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsconduct grant agreement negotiationsundertaking day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activitiesmake sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislationmanage and process reports and associated paymentsengage with internal and external stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programsperforming ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding rounds, including preparation of documentation for assessment committeesDesired Knowledge and Experience grant program management, design and/or delivery experience would be advantageousgood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations supported by sound evidenceability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholdersflexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, in a busy team environment, and achieve resultsattention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesable to show good judgement, think strategically and logicallyyou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a baseline security clearance.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to shubhank.dwivedi@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323809 for any additional enquiries.Please note only successful candidates will be contactedAt 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 assisting a Federal Government department in sourcing multiple skilled GRANT officers across APS5, APS6 and EL1. This is a fantastic opportunity to secure an initial 6 months contract with option of two 12 month extensions. Key Responsibilities: analysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsconduct grant agreement negotiationsundertaking day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activitiesmake sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislationmanage and process reports and associated paymentsengage with internal and external stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programsperforming ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding rounds, including preparation of documentation for assessment committeesDesired Knowledge and Experience grant program management, design and/or delivery experience would be advantageousgood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations supported by sound evidenceability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholdersflexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, in a busy team environment, and achieve resultsattention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesable to show good judgement, think strategically and logicallyyou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a baseline security clearance.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to shubhank.dwivedi@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323809 for any additional enquiries.Please note only successful candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • darwin, northern territory
    • contract
    • AU$45 - AU$55 per year
    • full-time
    Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. They are currently seeking an experienced Liaison Officer to join their team. The Role:The Liaison Officer will have a considerable level of public contact in relation to complex, difficult or sensitive issues. It may liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a representational role on behalf of the company. The role will assist staff working within health and justice settings to support prospective and existing participants transitioning back into the community. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Liaising with Agency business areas to ensure participants have appropriate supports in place within health or justice settings, and when transitioning into communities. Assisting to address challenges or delays in access or planning decisions, ensuring timely and safe transitions back into the community Providing guidance and advice regarding processes and procedures. Supporting potential participants in hospital or justice settings to access the disability and community. Developing initiatives to build networks across the health or justice sector, raising awareness and representing the company at networking and cross-agency forums. Providing clear and regular communications to promote understanding to external stakeholders in health or justice settings. To be successful in this role, you will have:Leadership and Accountability Management Diversity and Span Job Context and Environment Independence and Decision-Making Stakeholder Management If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au with a current CV. Please note, only shortlisted candidates 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.
    Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. They are currently seeking an experienced Liaison Officer to join their team. The Role:The Liaison Officer will have a considerable level of public contact in relation to complex, difficult or sensitive issues. It may liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a representational role on behalf of the company. The role will assist staff working within health and justice settings to support prospective and existing participants transitioning back into the community. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Liaising with Agency business areas to ensure participants have appropriate supports in place within health or justice settings, and when transitioning into communities. Assisting to address challenges or delays in access or planning decisions, ensuring timely and safe transitions back into the community Providing guidance and advice regarding processes and procedures. Supporting potential participants in hospital or justice settings to access the disability and community. Developing initiatives to build networks across the health or justice sector, raising awareness and representing the company at networking and cross-agency forums. Providing clear and regular communications to promote understanding to external stakeholders in health or justice settings. To be successful in this role, you will have:Leadership and Accountability Management Diversity and Span Job Context and Environment Independence and Decision-Making Stakeholder Management If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au with a current CV. Please note, only shortlisted candidates 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.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$75,000 - AU$84,000, per year, 15.4% Superannuation
    • full-time
    Randstad is seeking an experienced APS5/6 Graphic Designer for an exciting opportunity at a Government Department located in Canberra. The role is available for 12 months non-ongoing, with superannuation paid at 15.4%. About the role:The Graphic Design position sits within a small digital communications team. The team is hardworking, creative, and dynamic and is looking for a highly-skilled designer who can work with minimal supervision to work on material for internal and external audiences. the team is looking for someone who can support the Production Studio Manager to deliver graphic and web design projects with a great deal of autonomy and someone who is highly experienced working in Government (local or federal).In this role, you will be required to develop visual material, graphics, and infographics for use across the department’s digital and social media channels and printed materials. You will also be required to assist with the development of digital content, in particular the ideation and design of brands and websites.The Digital Communications team works in a fast-paced environment and each member is required to juggle multiple priorities while staying attuned to stakeholder needs and obligations. You need to be a master of the tools and like working on different brands throughout the day because not one day is ever the same in this department.If you would like more information about the role, or other Graphic Design positions, please phone 6132 3835 for a confidential discussion, or email your CV and a brief cover letter to Rachel.Kadziela@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Randstad is seeking an experienced APS5/6 Graphic Designer for an exciting opportunity at a Government Department located in Canberra. The role is available for 12 months non-ongoing, with superannuation paid at 15.4%. About the role:The Graphic Design position sits within a small digital communications team. The team is hardworking, creative, and dynamic and is looking for a highly-skilled designer who can work with minimal supervision to work on material for internal and external audiences. the team is looking for someone who can support the Production Studio Manager to deliver graphic and web design projects with a great deal of autonomy and someone who is highly experienced working in Government (local or federal).In this role, you will be required to develop visual material, graphics, and infographics for use across the department’s digital and social media channels and printed materials. You will also be required to assist with the development of digital content, in particular the ideation and design of brands and websites.The Digital Communications team works in a fast-paced environment and each member is required to juggle multiple priorities while staying attuned to stakeholder needs and obligations. You need to be a master of the tools and like working on different brands throughout the day because not one day is ever the same in this department.If you would like more information about the role, or other Graphic Design positions, please phone 6132 3835 for a confidential discussion, or email your CV and a brief cover letter to Rachel.Kadziela@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.
    • geelong, victoria
    • contract
    • AU$36.27 - AU$36.27, per hour, 10% Super, attractive salary
    • full-time
    Are you looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Or are you currently within a State Government role and looking to pursue a career in Federal Government? If so, then we want to hear from you. We have three exciting opportunities for the right people. The roles are working as an APS3 Business Support Officer -Complex Needs with our Federal Government client, a preferred employer.What we are looking for?Being in Business Support, the position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities.Your responsibilities will vary , however may include:Managing the teams inbox and appointment/calendar systems.Coordinating various appointments as per the needs of this organisation, including booking office facilities and ensuring facilities are neat and appropriately prepared.Collating and recording information related to the line areas activities.Undertaking accurate recording of information provided by stakeholders in relation to plans or issues, and ensuring these are appropriately assigned for action.Looking after general enquiries for the team and provide information back to the team as required.Performing various data entry tasks.Providing general administrative support to the branch.You will have:Excellent computer skills and high attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and stay organised.A friendly and professional attitude with critical thinking and problem solving skills.Great communication skills and experience working in a team environment.Ability to work quickly under pressure.A strong level of data entry and co-ordination skills.Highly regarded will be:Tertiary level qualifications in an administrative or equivalent academic field or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry.What we are doing:Seeking applications and to meet with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time is limited and the opportunity to apply for this role expires on Thursday the 22nd July, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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 looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Or are you currently within a State Government role and looking to pursue a career in Federal Government? If so, then we want to hear from you. We have three exciting opportunities for the right people. The roles are working as an APS3 Business Support Officer -Complex Needs with our Federal Government client, a preferred employer.What we are looking for?Being in Business Support, the position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities.Your responsibilities will vary , however may include:Managing the teams inbox and appointment/calendar systems.Coordinating various appointments as per the needs of this organisation, including booking office facilities and ensuring facilities are neat and appropriately prepared.Collating and recording information related to the line areas activities.Undertaking accurate recording of information provided by stakeholders in relation to plans or issues, and ensuring these are appropriately assigned for action.Looking after general enquiries for the team and provide information back to the team as required.Performing various data entry tasks.Providing general administrative support to the branch.You will have:Excellent computer skills and high attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and stay organised.A friendly and professional attitude with critical thinking and problem solving skills.Great communication skills and experience working in a team environment.Ability to work quickly under pressure.A strong level of data entry and co-ordination skills.Highly regarded will be:Tertiary level qualifications in an administrative or equivalent academic field or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry.What we are doing:Seeking applications and to meet with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time is limited and the opportunity to apply for this role expires on Thursday the 22nd July, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
    • ballarat, victoria
    • contract
    • AU$35.00 - AU$45.00 per hour
    • full-time
    We are seeking a Family Violence Case Manager for our state government client based in Ballarat. This role is full time to 30 June 2022. About the role:- The Family Violence Case Manafer provides advanced assessment and case management services for people who use family violence, primarily those referred to mandated Men’s Behaviour Change Programs (MBCP) who present with complex issues, including alcohol and other drugs and/or mental illness. The role promotes increased client engagement in programs and interventions, leading to increased responsibility for changing their actions and behaviours. The Family Violence Case Manager will take a trauma and evidenced-informed approach to working with clients. The role will contribute to the ongoing safety of women and children by providing individualised responses addressing the risks associated with the use of family violence, and barriers to engagement in behaviour change programs. About you:- Experienced family violence practitioner with excellent client engagement skills, committed to achieving positive outcomes for clients and enhanced community safety.Passionate about continuous service improvement and providing a responsive and supportive family violence service.Experience working with perpetrators of family violence with demonstrated experience in assessment and evidence-based case management practices.Please apply now or contact sarah.lowes-fernando@randstad.com.au / 03 9590 2211. 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.
    We are seeking a Family Violence Case Manager for our state government client based in Ballarat. This role is full time to 30 June 2022. About the role:- The Family Violence Case Manafer provides advanced assessment and case management services for people who use family violence, primarily those referred to mandated Men’s Behaviour Change Programs (MBCP) who present with complex issues, including alcohol and other drugs and/or mental illness. The role promotes increased client engagement in programs and interventions, leading to increased responsibility for changing their actions and behaviours. The Family Violence Case Manager will take a trauma and evidenced-informed approach to working with clients. The role will contribute to the ongoing safety of women and children by providing individualised responses addressing the risks associated with the use of family violence, and barriers to engagement in behaviour change programs. About you:- Experienced family violence practitioner with excellent client engagement skills, committed to achieving positive outcomes for clients and enhanced community safety.Passionate about continuous service improvement and providing a responsive and supportive family violence service.Experience working with perpetrators of family violence with demonstrated experience in assessment and evidence-based case management practices.Please apply now or contact sarah.lowes-fernando@randstad.com.au / 03 9590 2211. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • full-time
    Our federal government client is seeking multiple APS6 Scientific Compliance Evaluators to undertake compliance reviews of listed medicines. Multiple Positions Available6 month contract + potential to extendOpportunity for Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Working Visa's Duties:Undertaking compliance reviews of listed medicines, including preparing timely, high quality technical and scientific reportsUndertaking complex research and analysis in order to prepare high quality technical and scientific recommendations, reports and guidelinesProviding strategic advice and technical expertise to guide project and program activitiesPreparing correspondence to industry based on the outcomes of evaluations/reviews Desirable experience: Compliance monitoring, investigation or enforcement;Use of the legislation and policy frameworks relevant to the regulation of therapeutic goods in Australia;Critically evaluating scientific data (e.g. clinical efficacy, nonclinical or in vitro biological assay data) Mandatory experience: A qualification(s) in a relevant discipline such as nutrition, dietetics, health sciences, biochemistry, epidemiology, molecular or cell biology, medical sciences, pharmacy, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, biostatistics or any other relevant discipline from an Australian tertiary institution or equivalent overseas institution. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW via the appropriate link. For a confidential discussion contact Tabatha at tabatha.gallaway@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 federal government client is seeking multiple APS6 Scientific Compliance Evaluators to undertake compliance reviews of listed medicines. Multiple Positions Available6 month contract + potential to extendOpportunity for Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Working Visa's Duties:Undertaking compliance reviews of listed medicines, including preparing timely, high quality technical and scientific reportsUndertaking complex research and analysis in order to prepare high quality technical and scientific recommendations, reports and guidelinesProviding strategic advice and technical expertise to guide project and program activitiesPreparing correspondence to industry based on the outcomes of evaluations/reviews Desirable experience: Compliance monitoring, investigation or enforcement;Use of the legislation and policy frameworks relevant to the regulation of therapeutic goods in Australia;Critically evaluating scientific data (e.g. clinical efficacy, nonclinical or in vitro biological assay data) Mandatory experience: A qualification(s) in a relevant discipline such as nutrition, dietetics, health sciences, biochemistry, epidemiology, molecular or cell biology, medical sciences, pharmacy, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, biostatistics or any other relevant discipline from an Australian tertiary institution or equivalent overseas institution. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW via the appropriate link. For a confidential discussion contact Tabatha at tabatha.gallaway@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.
    • maroubra, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$29.92 - AU$29.92, per hour, Super
    • full-time
    This opportunity is with a state government agency, based in Maroubra. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity. About your new role Provide a range of routine administrative activities to contribute to the efficient and effective operation of the team/unit that support delivery of services to clients/customers.Process business information and contribute to the maintenance of administrative systems to ensure the flow of information is in accordance with standards and guidelines.Use relevant technology to prepare documentation and presentation material to support business unit managers and directors.Support the use of business unit filing systems in accordance with standards and guidelines, by creating, storing, retrieving and tracking files to ensure the accurate and safe storage of information.Work and maintain regular contact with other business areas to effectively arrange meetings and manage the flow of business information.Provide reception duties as necessary, respond to enquiries and escalate issues appropriately to ensure queries are responded to in a timely manner. What you will needPrevious administrative experience, prior Government experience preferredStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    This opportunity is with a state government agency, based in Maroubra. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity. About your new role Provide a range of routine administrative activities to contribute to the efficient and effective operation of the team/unit that support delivery of services to clients/customers.Process business information and contribute to the maintenance of administrative systems to ensure the flow of information is in accordance with standards and guidelines.Use relevant technology to prepare documentation and presentation material to support business unit managers and directors.Support the use of business unit filing systems in accordance with standards and guidelines, by creating, storing, retrieving and tracking files to ensure the accurate and safe storage of information.Work and maintain regular contact with other business areas to effectively arrange meetings and manage the flow of business information.Provide reception duties as necessary, respond to enquiries and escalate issues appropriately to ensure queries are responded to in a timely manner. What you will needPrevious administrative experience, prior Government experience preferredStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$54.00 - AU$57.00, per hour, Super
    • full-time
    This opportunity is with a state government agency focused on providing insurance and medical care, based in the Sydney CBD. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity.About your new roleAs a Client Service Officer you will be responsible for the provision of telephone and email based customer service to internal and external stakeholders. As part of a team, you will coordinate medical examinations for clients with various providers in an efficient and timely manner, using analytical skills to interpret medical information and provide quality, consistent and relevant data to support the Medical Assessment Panel decisions. Your duties will include but not be limited to:Coordinate medical examinations effectively and efficiently using screening providers and services to meet the needs of our clients and case manage matters which may impact on the determination of Clients’ medical condition. Coordinate visits and liaise with local councils and business chambers to locate and secure the most suitable facilities for services. Prioritise workloads and work flow to ensure customers receive the right information in a timely manner. Liaise and collaborate with clients, their families, employers and multiple jurisdictions / medical service providers to obtain medical information and records in accordance with the privacy and freedom of information procedures. Maintain up to date information to enable decisions about appropriate next steps, complying with systems and processes, to ensure that all information is accurate, stored correctly and accessible to the wider team. Verify invoices for payment, ensuring agency timeframes, processes, entitlements, policy and delegations are complied with. What you will needStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    This opportunity is with a state government agency focused on providing insurance and medical care, based in the Sydney CBD. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity.About your new roleAs a Client Service Officer you will be responsible for the provision of telephone and email based customer service to internal and external stakeholders. As part of a team, you will coordinate medical examinations for clients with various providers in an efficient and timely manner, using analytical skills to interpret medical information and provide quality, consistent and relevant data to support the Medical Assessment Panel decisions. Your duties will include but not be limited to:Coordinate medical examinations effectively and efficiently using screening providers and services to meet the needs of our clients and case manage matters which may impact on the determination of Clients’ medical condition. Coordinate visits and liaise with local councils and business chambers to locate and secure the most suitable facilities for services. Prioritise workloads and work flow to ensure customers receive the right information in a timely manner. Liaise and collaborate with clients, their families, employers and multiple jurisdictions / medical service providers to obtain medical information and records in accordance with the privacy and freedom of information procedures. Maintain up to date information to enable decisions about appropriate next steps, complying with systems and processes, to ensure that all information is accurate, stored correctly and accessible to the wider team. Verify invoices for payment, ensuring agency timeframes, processes, entitlements, policy and delegations are complied with. What you will needStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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