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      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad is looking for an Assistant Program Manager to supplement the contractor workforce within the Land Network Integration Centre in Canberra. The role will assist senior LNIC management with the execution of annual work plans, annual budget and vendor and project engagement, and business support.About the RoleAssist in the development and maintenance of the LNIC Program of Work, derived from forums such as the Army Digitisation Board and the Land Network Control Board, and provide assistance in the development of clearly defined scope, deliverables, resource allocation, and schedules for internal projects.Create and coordinate project work plans based on the Program of Work, modifying them as needed to meet the changing priorities and capacities of the Program.Support the management of the Land Integration Framework – Digital (LIF-D) and external engagements throughout the land projects of the Integrated Investment Program (IIP).Maintain an understanding of the Army's tactical and strategic network design, as well as gateway interfaces, in order to coordinate internal project scope and inform external stakeholders.Assist in the planning and implementation of Land, Joint, and Coalition actions such as the Joint Warfighting Series and Joint Warfighting Activities.Assist in the execution of simple and complex procurement operations in accordance with the Commonwealth Procurement Rules.Skills & ExperienceTo be successful in this role, the ideal candidate will possess:Strong background in communications engineering as well as systems engineering;Ability to translate technical concepts into defined work packages, capable of execution both internally at LNIC and externally at diverse technical and non-technical organisations. Qualifications and hands-on experience in Project or Program Management, as well as Systems Engineering.Experience in network integration within the ADF at the tactical and operational levels, including interfaces to strategic network borders.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.auRandstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam. Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is looking for an Assistant Program Manager to supplement the contractor workforce within the Land Network Integration Centre in Canberra. The role will assist senior LNIC management with the execution of annual work plans, annual budget and vendor and project engagement, and business support.About the RoleAssist in the development and maintenance of the LNIC Program of Work, derived from forums such as the Army Digitisation Board and the Land Network Control Board, and provide assistance in the development of clearly defined scope, deliverables, resource allocation, and schedules for internal projects.Create and coordinate project work plans based on the Program of Work, modifying them as needed to meet the changing priorities and capacities of the Program.Support the management of the Land Integration Framework – Digital (LIF-D) and external engagements throughout the land projects of the Integrated Investment Program (IIP).Maintain an understanding of the Army's tactical and strategic network design, as well as gateway interfaces, in order to coordinate internal project scope and inform external stakeholders.Assist in the planning and implementation of Land, Joint, and Coalition actions such as the Joint Warfighting Series and Joint Warfighting Activities.Assist in the execution of simple and complex procurement operations in accordance with the Commonwealth Procurement Rules.Skills & ExperienceTo be successful in this role, the ideal candidate will possess:Strong background in communications engineering as well as systems engineering;Ability to translate technical concepts into defined work packages, capable of execution both internally at LNIC and externally at diverse technical and non-technical organisations. Qualifications and hands-on experience in Project or Program Management, as well as Systems Engineering.Experience in network integration within the ADF at the tactical and operational levels, including interfaces to strategic network borders.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.auRandstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam. Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad is looking for an Assistant Program Manager to supplement the contractor workforce within the Land Network Integration Centre in Canberra. The role will assist senior LNIC management with the execution of annual work plans, annual budget and vendor and project engagement, and business support.About the RoleAssist in the development and maintenance of the LNIC Program of Work, derived from forums such as the Army Digitisation Board and the Land Network Control Board, and provide assistance in the development of clearly defined scope, deliverables, resource allocation, and schedules for internal projects.Create and coordinate project work plans based on the Program of Work, modifying them as needed to meet the changing priorities and capacities of the Program.Support the management of the Land Integration Framework – Digital (LIF-D) and external engagements throughout the land projects of the Integrated Investment Program (IIP).Assist in the execution of simple and complex procurement operations in accordance with Commonwealth Procurement Rules.Maintain an understanding of the Army's tactical and strategic network design, as well as gateway interfaces, in order to coordinate internal project scope and inform external stakeholders.Assist in the planning and implementation of Land, Joint, and Coalition actions such as the Joint Warfighting Series and Joint Warfighting Activities.Skills & ExperienceTo be successful in this role, the ideal candidate will possess:Strong background in communications engineering as well as systems engineering;Ability to translate technical concepts into defined work packages, capable of execution both internally at LNIC and externally at diverse technical and non-technical organisations.Qualifications and hands-on experience in Project or Program Management, as well as Systems Engineering.Experience in network integration within the ADF at the tactical and operational levels, including interfaces to strategic network borders.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.auRandstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is looking for an Assistant Program Manager to supplement the contractor workforce within the Land Network Integration Centre in Canberra. The role will assist senior LNIC management with the execution of annual work plans, annual budget and vendor and project engagement, and business support.About the RoleAssist in the development and maintenance of the LNIC Program of Work, derived from forums such as the Army Digitisation Board and the Land Network Control Board, and provide assistance in the development of clearly defined scope, deliverables, resource allocation, and schedules for internal projects.Create and coordinate project work plans based on the Program of Work, modifying them as needed to meet the changing priorities and capacities of the Program.Support the management of the Land Integration Framework – Digital (LIF-D) and external engagements throughout the land projects of the Integrated Investment Program (IIP).Assist in the execution of simple and complex procurement operations in accordance with Commonwealth Procurement Rules.Maintain an understanding of the Army's tactical and strategic network design, as well as gateway interfaces, in order to coordinate internal project scope and inform external stakeholders.Assist in the planning and implementation of Land, Joint, and Coalition actions such as the Joint Warfighting Series and Joint Warfighting Activities.Skills & ExperienceTo be successful in this role, the ideal candidate will possess:Strong background in communications engineering as well as systems engineering;Ability to translate technical concepts into defined work packages, capable of execution both internally at LNIC and externally at diverse technical and non-technical organisations.Qualifications and hands-on experience in Project or Program Management, as well as Systems Engineering.Experience in network integration within the ADF at the tactical and operational levels, including interfaces to strategic network borders.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.auRandstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • part-time
      With dedicated work-life partners taking our educators on their career journey, it’s the easiest way to start or continue your education career. Casual ECT positions are available now across Gungahlin, Belconnen, Crace, Forde and surrounding suburbsQualified or working toward your Bachelor of Education in Early ChildhoodPay rate of $47.75 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.If you are working towards a suitable qualification you will be paid upward of $39.63 per hour including superannuation* depending on units completed.Our providers are extensively screened, match our people values and offer best in industry child to educator ratios.We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. About you: Willingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and academic based programsAn understanding of the Early Learning FrameworkAustralian work rights & a willingness to gain your Working With vulnerable people Card Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and fast path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions: Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ 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.
      With dedicated work-life partners taking our educators on their career journey, it’s the easiest way to start or continue your education career. Casual ECT positions are available now across Gungahlin, Belconnen, Crace, Forde and surrounding suburbsQualified or working toward your Bachelor of Education in Early ChildhoodPay rate of $47.75 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.If you are working towards a suitable qualification you will be paid upward of $39.63 per hour including superannuation* depending on units completed.Our providers are extensively screened, match our people values and offer best in industry child to educator ratios.We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. About you: Willingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and academic based programsAn understanding of the Early Learning FrameworkAustralian work rights & a willingness to gain your Working With vulnerable people Card Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and fast path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions: Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • AU$32.55 - AU$39.53, per hour, Including superannuation
      • part-time
      Randstad Education and our providers welcome both qualified and unqualified educators to work within the sector. Let us guide you through the world of casual education work. Discounts for all our working casuals on petrol, retail, entertainment, food delivery and more! Casual Early Years roles are available now across Woden, Tuggeranong, Gowrie and surrounding suburbs. Apply if your location is not listed - we will call to work out opportunities for you.Pay rate of $39.53 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.If you are working towards a suitable qualification you will be paid upward of $32.55 per hour including superannuation* depending on units completedChoose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our portalDiscounts on retail, cinema, groceries and travel for all our working casualsAbout you: Qualified or working toward your Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and CareTransport accessible and a willingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAn understanding of the Early Learning FrameworkAustralian work rights & a willingness to gain your Working With Vulnerable people CardPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and quick path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ 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 Education and our providers welcome both qualified and unqualified educators to work within the sector. Let us guide you through the world of casual education work. Discounts for all our working casuals on petrol, retail, entertainment, food delivery and more! Casual Early Years roles are available now across Woden, Tuggeranong, Gowrie and surrounding suburbs. Apply if your location is not listed - we will call to work out opportunities for you.Pay rate of $39.53 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.If you are working towards a suitable qualification you will be paid upward of $32.55 per hour including superannuation* depending on units completedChoose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our portalDiscounts on retail, cinema, groceries and travel for all our working casualsAbout you: Qualified or working toward your Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and CareTransport accessible and a willingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAn understanding of the Early Learning FrameworkAustralian work rights & a willingness to gain your Working With Vulnerable people CardPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and quick path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • AU$34.74 - AU$34.74, per hour, Including superannuation
      • part-time
      Combine your love of meal preparation and cooking with Randstad Education. We are currently recruiting for casual Cooks for Australia's largest childcare providers right across Canberra. You will need to be confident in preparing up to 3 meals per day for a large number of children whilst observing centre procedures effectively. In addition to cooking, your experience may be required in aspects of menu planning & nutrition guidance, and you will possess strong knowledge of safe food handling standards. $34.74 including superannuation* *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Casual Cook roles available now across Barton, Belconnen, Gungahlin, Woden & Tuggeranong and surrounding suburbsAbout you: Certificate III in Commercial Cookery or equivalentSafe Food Handling Certificate (or willingness to gain short online certificate)Up to date food allergy knowledgeAvailable a minimum of 2 shifts per weekPrevious experience in child care, aged care cooking or hospitality will be highly regardedAccess to transport and willingness to travel to different locations around your areaAustralian work rightsA willingness to gain your valid PAID Working with Vulnerable people card, ACTPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any other Cooks in your region? Refer a fellow Cook to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ 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.
      Combine your love of meal preparation and cooking with Randstad Education. We are currently recruiting for casual Cooks for Australia's largest childcare providers right across Canberra. You will need to be confident in preparing up to 3 meals per day for a large number of children whilst observing centre procedures effectively. In addition to cooking, your experience may be required in aspects of menu planning & nutrition guidance, and you will possess strong knowledge of safe food handling standards. $34.74 including superannuation* *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Casual Cook roles available now across Barton, Belconnen, Gungahlin, Woden & Tuggeranong and surrounding suburbsAbout you: Certificate III in Commercial Cookery or equivalentSafe Food Handling Certificate (or willingness to gain short online certificate)Up to date food allergy knowledgeAvailable a minimum of 2 shifts per weekPrevious experience in child care, aged care cooking or hospitality will be highly regardedAccess to transport and willingness to travel to different locations around your areaAustralian work rightsA willingness to gain your valid PAID Working with Vulnerable people card, ACTPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any other Cooks in your region? Refer a fellow Cook to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • AU$31.67 - AU$31.67, per hour, Including superannuation
      • part-time
      Qualified OSHC Educators! Work close to home as a Randstad Educator - providing engaging and quality after school care with providers in your area. With an amazing benefits scheme and dedicated work-life partners taking our educators on their career journey, Randstad Education aims to be the easiest education agency to work with. Casual Qualified OSHC roles are available now across CanberraPay rate $34.74 - 39.53 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Choose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our portalAll our working casuals enjoy discounts at Myer, Uber Eats, Hoyts, Sephora, and all major retailers and delivery services!We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. We work with providers who are extensively screened, match our people values and offer best in industry child to educator ratios. About you: Diploma or Certificate III in early childhood education, or other related qualifications - apply and we will be in touchWillingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAustralian work rightsA willingness to gain your Working with vulnerable people cardAn understanding of the My Time Our Place FrameworkPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and fast path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ 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.
      Qualified OSHC Educators! Work close to home as a Randstad Educator - providing engaging and quality after school care with providers in your area. With an amazing benefits scheme and dedicated work-life partners taking our educators on their career journey, Randstad Education aims to be the easiest education agency to work with. Casual Qualified OSHC roles are available now across CanberraPay rate $34.74 - 39.53 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Choose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our portalAll our working casuals enjoy discounts at Myer, Uber Eats, Hoyts, Sephora, and all major retailers and delivery services!We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. We work with providers who are extensively screened, match our people values and offer best in industry child to educator ratios. About you: Diploma or Certificate III in early childhood education, or other related qualifications - apply and we will be in touchWillingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAustralian work rightsA willingness to gain your Working with vulnerable people cardAn understanding of the My Time Our Place FrameworkPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and fast path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • AU$31.67 - AU$31.67, per hour, Including superannuation
      • part-time
      Return to the workforce! Gain work experience! Work with Kids! Pay rate of $31.67 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Let Randstad Education know when and where you want to work. As a Casual Unqualified Childcare worker with Randstad Education's partner schools, you can take shifts between 2pm and 6pm - choose your days and your location. This is a great opportunity if you love the idea of working with kids, gaining work experience in the education sector, or working whilst you are studying. No qualifications or experience required except a willingness to get involved! A typical day will include: Supervising children in outdoor and indoor activitiesAssisting other staff in engaging in programs that are both fun and educationalSetting up outside of school clubs and activitiesOffering a safe and secure environmentLiaison with carers and familiesRequirements: Valid Work rights for Australia, Paid & Valid Working with Vulnerable people, ACT or willing to obtain Location: Available across Canberra Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ 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.
      Return to the workforce! Gain work experience! Work with Kids! Pay rate of $31.67 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Let Randstad Education know when and where you want to work. As a Casual Unqualified Childcare worker with Randstad Education's partner schools, you can take shifts between 2pm and 6pm - choose your days and your location. This is a great opportunity if you love the idea of working with kids, gaining work experience in the education sector, or working whilst you are studying. No qualifications or experience required except a willingness to get involved! A typical day will include: Supervising children in outdoor and indoor activitiesAssisting other staff in engaging in programs that are both fun and educationalSetting up outside of school clubs and activitiesOffering a safe and secure environmentLiaison with carers and familiesRequirements: Valid Work rights for Australia, Paid & Valid Working with Vulnerable people, ACT or willing to obtain Location: Available across Canberra Please Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$30.00 - AU$31.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently looking to fill a part-time position starting ASAP. My client is a respected industrial organisation looking for someone interested in working weekends and public holidays for a waste management position. Due to the necessity for filling this role quickly I am looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual who is happy working weekends and public holidays to come on board ASAP. Duties:Casual/Part-Time positionWorking Weekends + Public HolidaysDisposing of hospital wasteCleaning/General housekeeping dutiesExperience and qualifications:Physically Fit - as this position requires a lot of walking Strong communication skillsAbility to work independentlySelf-Motivated MUST be available to work weekendsMUST be available to work public holidays If you would like to have a confidential chat about this position, please contact Jasmine sitoou or call 0419 013 883At 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 looking to fill a part-time position starting ASAP. My client is a respected industrial organisation looking for someone interested in working weekends and public holidays for a waste management position. Due to the necessity for filling this role quickly I am looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual who is happy working weekends and public holidays to come on board ASAP. Duties:Casual/Part-Time positionWorking Weekends + Public HolidaysDisposing of hospital wasteCleaning/General housekeeping dutiesExperience and qualifications:Physically Fit - as this position requires a lot of walking Strong communication skillsAbility to work independentlySelf-Motivated MUST be available to work weekendsMUST be available to work public holidays If you would like to have a confidential chat about this position, please contact Jasmine sitoou or call 0419 013 883At 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$31.00 - AU$32.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Work alongside skilled carpenters and develop essential industry experience Immediate start and long-term positions available Attractive hourly rates on offer from $31/hr + overtime + travel allowance + super Randstad Canberra have outstanding opportunities available for experienced trade assistants to work alongside qualified carpenters. Our client have secured a variety of high-profile commercial carpentry works across the ACT including government, school and commercial office projects. If you are seeking a long-term opportunity which offers ongoing training and development apply today!What you will need to succeed: Previous trade assistant or general carpentry skills White card and asbestos awareness ticket Driver's license and reliable transport High regard for site safety If this opportunity sounds like you please click "APPLY NOW." Or alternatively contact Caterina Prpic from Randstad on 0429 823 330 or email caterina.prpic@randstad.com.au to find out more! 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.
      Work alongside skilled carpenters and develop essential industry experience Immediate start and long-term positions available Attractive hourly rates on offer from $31/hr + overtime + travel allowance + super Randstad Canberra have outstanding opportunities available for experienced trade assistants to work alongside qualified carpenters. Our client have secured a variety of high-profile commercial carpentry works across the ACT including government, school and commercial office projects. If you are seeking a long-term opportunity which offers ongoing training and development apply today!What you will need to succeed: Previous trade assistant or general carpentry skills White card and asbestos awareness ticket Driver's license and reliable transport High regard for site safety If this opportunity sounds like you please click "APPLY NOW." Or alternatively contact Caterina Prpic from Randstad on 0429 823 330 or email caterina.prpic@randstad.com.au to find out more! 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$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAThe Open Arms Outreach Program is designed to increase service accessibility for Open Arms clients. It establishes a network of accredited mental health clinicians, engaged through statutory registration, to support the delivery of services on behalf of Open Arms across Australia. Here is your chance to give back!ABOUT THE ROLE:As an Outreach Program Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsFacilitation of the delivery of high quality clinical outreach services by ensuring appropriate referrals, applying quality assurance procedures and providing information and support to service providersParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisations ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers eligible for AASW membership and be eligible to apply for Mental Heath accreditationMinimum 3 years relevant experienceAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAThe Open Arms Outreach Program is designed to increase service accessibility for Open Arms clients. It establishes a network of accredited mental health clinicians, engaged through statutory registration, to support the delivery of services on behalf of Open Arms across Australia. Here is your chance to give back!ABOUT THE ROLE:As an Outreach Program Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsFacilitation of the delivery of high quality clinical outreach services by ensuring appropriate referrals, applying quality assurance procedures and providing information and support to service providersParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisations ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers eligible for AASW membership and be eligible to apply for Mental Heath accreditationMinimum 3 years relevant experienceAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$27.00 - AU$30.00, per hour, Attractive Salary Package & Ongoing PD Training
      • full-time
      Randstad Education is seeking a diploma qualified assistant educator for a permanent full-time position in the preschool room at an exceeding childcare centre located in Woden, Canberra.About the centre The position available is at an exceeding childcare centre which is community based and offers education and care programs for upto 53 children aged 0-6.The not-for-profit service has operated for over 30 years and is open from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, for 50 weeks of the year. Centre Philosophy The service implements nature based pedagogy and practices inspired by the Reggio Emilia, RIE and Pikler approaches. This is evident with the service's outdoor/indoor programs, children's rest and sleep time being outdoors, encouragement of independent risky play and introduction to mandarin through music, songs and storytelling. About the position Your responsibilities: Assist lead educators in the development, implementation and evaluation of a child-focused education and care curriculum Support team to deliver a program linked to the EYLF and relevant learning theories and frameworks Observe and document children's learning to support their development Collaborate with families and community links to deliver high quality education and care Contribute to a safe and supportive environment for staff, children and families Uphold work health and safety practicesHow to ApplyIf you are interested in this position, please apply to the ad, or alternatively send your resume to madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for a confidential discussion. All applicants will be contacted. Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      Randstad Education is seeking a diploma qualified assistant educator for a permanent full-time position in the preschool room at an exceeding childcare centre located in Woden, Canberra.About the centre The position available is at an exceeding childcare centre which is community based and offers education and care programs for upto 53 children aged 0-6.The not-for-profit service has operated for over 30 years and is open from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, for 50 weeks of the year. Centre Philosophy The service implements nature based pedagogy and practices inspired by the Reggio Emilia, RIE and Pikler approaches. This is evident with the service's outdoor/indoor programs, children's rest and sleep time being outdoors, encouragement of independent risky play and introduction to mandarin through music, songs and storytelling. About the position Your responsibilities: Assist lead educators in the development, implementation and evaluation of a child-focused education and care curriculum Support team to deliver a program linked to the EYLF and relevant learning theories and frameworks Observe and document children's learning to support their development Collaborate with families and community links to deliver high quality education and care Contribute to a safe and supportive environment for staff, children and families Uphold work health and safety practicesHow to ApplyIf you are interested in this position, please apply to the ad, or alternatively send your resume to madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for a confidential discussion. All applicants will be contacted. Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$24.00 - AU$29.00, per hour, PD Opportunities & Free Parking
      • full-time
      Randstad Education is currently seeking assistant and lead educators for permanent part-time and full-time positions at an exceeding not for profit childcare centre located in Weston Creek. About the centre The position available is at a not-for-profit childcare centre exceeding in relationships with children and collaborative partnerships with families and communities. The service is licenced for 89 children and offers a long day care program for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. It has a Reggio Emilia approach, nature based pedagogy with the utilisation of natural materials / resources, and a bushkinder program. Their philosophy The childcare centre's vision is to advance social justice by removing barriers and promoting equality through high quality early childhood programs.Their programs are play based and child led with a strong focus on children's interests and abilities. Through this approach, their goal is to help children develop a strong sense of identity, wellbeing, confidence, communication and understanding of the world. About the position Your responsibilities:Lead and assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of a child-focused education and care curriculumSupport team to deliver a program linked to the EYLF and relevant learning theories and frameworksObserve and document children's learning to support their developmentCollaborate with families and community links to deliver high quality education and careContribute to a safe and supportive environment for staff, children and familiesUphold work health and safety practicesYour Benefits Inclusive and supportive team environment Professional development opportunities Monthly rostered day off 2 weeks shutdown over the Christmas period How to ApplyIf you are interested in this position, please apply to this ad with your resume and a cover letter. Alternatively, please contact madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for a confidential conversation.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      Randstad Education is currently seeking assistant and lead educators for permanent part-time and full-time positions at an exceeding not for profit childcare centre located in Weston Creek. About the centre The position available is at a not-for-profit childcare centre exceeding in relationships with children and collaborative partnerships with families and communities. The service is licenced for 89 children and offers a long day care program for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. It has a Reggio Emilia approach, nature based pedagogy with the utilisation of natural materials / resources, and a bushkinder program. Their philosophy The childcare centre's vision is to advance social justice by removing barriers and promoting equality through high quality early childhood programs.Their programs are play based and child led with a strong focus on children's interests and abilities. Through this approach, their goal is to help children develop a strong sense of identity, wellbeing, confidence, communication and understanding of the world. About the position Your responsibilities:Lead and assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of a child-focused education and care curriculumSupport team to deliver a program linked to the EYLF and relevant learning theories and frameworksObserve and document children's learning to support their developmentCollaborate with families and community links to deliver high quality education and careContribute to a safe and supportive environment for staff, children and familiesUphold work health and safety practicesYour Benefits Inclusive and supportive team environment Professional development opportunities Monthly rostered day off 2 weeks shutdown over the Christmas period How to ApplyIf you are interested in this position, please apply to this ad with your resume and a cover letter. Alternatively, please contact madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for a confidential conversation.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$24 - AU$29, per year, PD Opportunities & Free Parking
      • full-time
      Randstad Education is currently seeking assistant and lead educators for permanent part-time and full-time positions at an exceeding not for profit childcare centre located in Weston Creek. About the centre The position available is at a not-for-profit childcare centre exceeding in relationships with children and collaborative partnerships with families and communities. The service is licenced for 89 children and offers a long day care program for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. It has a Reggio Emilia approach, nature based pedagogy with the utilisation of natural materials / resources, and a bushkinder program. Their philosophy The childcare centre's vision is to advance social justice by removing barriers and promoting equality through high quality early childhood programs.Their programs are play based and child led with a strong focus on children's interests and abilities. Through this approach, their goal is to help children develop a strong sense of identity, wellbeing, confidence, communication and understanding of the world. About the position Your responsibilities:Lead and assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of a child-focused education and care curriculumSupport team to deliver a program linked to the EYLF and relevant learning theories and frameworksObserve and document children's learning to support their developmentCollaborate with families and community links to deliver high quality education and careContribute to a safe and supportive environment for staff, children and familiesUphold work health and safety practicesYour Benefits Inclusive and supportive team environment Professional development opportunities Monthly rostered day off 2 weeks shutdown over the Christmas period How to ApplyIf you are interested in this position, please apply to this ad with your resume and a cover letter. Alternatively, please contact madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for a confidential conversation.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      Randstad Education is currently seeking assistant and lead educators for permanent part-time and full-time positions at an exceeding not for profit childcare centre located in Weston Creek. About the centre The position available is at a not-for-profit childcare centre exceeding in relationships with children and collaborative partnerships with families and communities. The service is licenced for 89 children and offers a long day care program for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. It has a Reggio Emilia approach, nature based pedagogy with the utilisation of natural materials / resources, and a bushkinder program. Their philosophy The childcare centre's vision is to advance social justice by removing barriers and promoting equality through high quality early childhood programs.Their programs are play based and child led with a strong focus on children's interests and abilities. Through this approach, their goal is to help children develop a strong sense of identity, wellbeing, confidence, communication and understanding of the world. About the position Your responsibilities:Lead and assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of a child-focused education and care curriculumSupport team to deliver a program linked to the EYLF and relevant learning theories and frameworksObserve and document children's learning to support their developmentCollaborate with families and community links to deliver high quality education and careContribute to a safe and supportive environment for staff, children and familiesUphold work health and safety practicesYour Benefits Inclusive and supportive team environment Professional development opportunities Monthly rostered day off 2 weeks shutdown over the Christmas period How to ApplyIf you are interested in this position, please apply to this ad with your resume and a cover letter. Alternatively, please contact madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for a confidential conversation.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, total package
      • full-time
      Property and Tenant coordinatorEstablished Canberra CompanyAttractive salary rateGreat company benefits I am currently seeking a skilled coordinator to look after the broader Operations team by assisting the Property Managers and the senior management team, with the operational property management, precinct and associated infrastructure. There are 2 key components and the property and tenant coordinator your responsibilities for this position will include tenant liaison, Contractor liaison and building maintenance. You will be working for a locally owned business located in Canberra. When requested you will need to ensure that all internal and external stakeholders requests are followed through and actioned in a timely manner. Your Duties will include:Professional communication both oral and writtenBuild solid and positive relationships with tenant representativesall tenant requests are followed through and actioned in a timely Manners.Ensure the Property Manager is kept informed of all tenant related Queries.Assisting the Property Managers with the contracted and non-contracted of the relevant precinct.Review service documentation in consultation with the Property Manager, and file accordinglyEnsure minutes of meetings are typed accurately and distributed as efficiently as possibleEnsure all associated property operations administration reports and correspondence is filed when completed Preferred experience and attributesThe ideal candidate would have worked in a similar role in real estate or property management. You will need to be a confident collaborative team player who adopts a hands-on approach to problem-solving and has the ability to prioritise and juggle multiple tasks. You will need to be able to work independently and be willing to take on other responsibilities when required.What you will get in returnWorking for a locally owned business with future growth potentialClose-knit team and great culture Diversity within the position Great remuneration You must have Australian citizenship and full working rights. If you think this role applies to you please apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or you can alternately email me at jasmine.sitoou@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.
      Property and Tenant coordinatorEstablished Canberra CompanyAttractive salary rateGreat company benefits I am currently seeking a skilled coordinator to look after the broader Operations team by assisting the Property Managers and the senior management team, with the operational property management, precinct and associated infrastructure. There are 2 key components and the property and tenant coordinator your responsibilities for this position will include tenant liaison, Contractor liaison and building maintenance. You will be working for a locally owned business located in Canberra. When requested you will need to ensure that all internal and external stakeholders requests are followed through and actioned in a timely manner. Your Duties will include:Professional communication both oral and writtenBuild solid and positive relationships with tenant representativesall tenant requests are followed through and actioned in a timely Manners.Ensure the Property Manager is kept informed of all tenant related Queries.Assisting the Property Managers with the contracted and non-contracted of the relevant precinct.Review service documentation in consultation with the Property Manager, and file accordinglyEnsure minutes of meetings are typed accurately and distributed as efficiently as possibleEnsure all associated property operations administration reports and correspondence is filed when completed Preferred experience and attributesThe ideal candidate would have worked in a similar role in real estate or property management. You will need to be a confident collaborative team player who adopts a hands-on approach to problem-solving and has the ability to prioritise and juggle multiple tasks. You will need to be able to work independently and be willing to take on other responsibilities when required.What you will get in returnWorking for a locally owned business with future growth potentialClose-knit team and great culture Diversity within the position Great remuneration You must have Australian citizenship and full working rights. If you think this role applies to you please apply now or call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or you can alternately email me at jasmine.sitoou@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
      About the companyMy client is a Civil Construction company Located in Canberra who looks after a broad range of civil projects. They are market leaders who specialise in Civil infrastructure, Bridge and Stormwater maintenance, and other civil works. Due to strong growth and pipeline I am seeking an experienced Civil Estimator to join the team here in canberra. Your main responsibilities will be bid administration and prepping full estimates Must have experience3 + years experience in australia as a Civil Estimator Local experience with in AustraliaFull time work rightsYour duties and responsibilitiesPreparation of written responses to tender evaluation criteriaPreparation of construction programsAnalyse draft contract requirementsPrioritising and organising deadlines for bidsAssisting the development team in gathering information from local government and authorities that may affect project budget, scope or scheduleDeveloping preliminary milestone construction schedules for all jobs that align with the tender documentation and contract requirement schedulePreparation of Tender Handover Agenda’s upon tender acceptancePrepare WHSE Preliminary Risk AssessmentsPreparing, issuing, receiving and reviewing supplier and subcontractor proposals and pricing.Bid administration in preparing full estimates on the companies work Establishing a firm understanding of initial project requirementsPrepare, analyse and maintain accurate quantities and thorough take offs from plansCoordinating with the client on all changes in scope, questions or clarifications regarding the work, during the bidding process.Conducting site inspections for tender understanding, analysis of conditions and assessment of risk and identification of activities that may or may not be shown in tender documents. If you are an experienced Estimator looking to join a busy team in the Canberra market and bring your talent to achieve strong work flow and build team connections then this is the role for you.Please apply now or you can call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or you can alternatively email you resume though to jasmine.sitoou@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.
      About the companyMy client is a Civil Construction company Located in Canberra who looks after a broad range of civil projects. They are market leaders who specialise in Civil infrastructure, Bridge and Stormwater maintenance, and other civil works. Due to strong growth and pipeline I am seeking an experienced Civil Estimator to join the team here in canberra. Your main responsibilities will be bid administration and prepping full estimates Must have experience3 + years experience in australia as a Civil Estimator Local experience with in AustraliaFull time work rightsYour duties and responsibilitiesPreparation of written responses to tender evaluation criteriaPreparation of construction programsAnalyse draft contract requirementsPrioritising and organising deadlines for bidsAssisting the development team in gathering information from local government and authorities that may affect project budget, scope or scheduleDeveloping preliminary milestone construction schedules for all jobs that align with the tender documentation and contract requirement schedulePreparation of Tender Handover Agenda’s upon tender acceptancePrepare WHSE Preliminary Risk AssessmentsPreparing, issuing, receiving and reviewing supplier and subcontractor proposals and pricing.Bid administration in preparing full estimates on the companies work Establishing a firm understanding of initial project requirementsPrepare, analyse and maintain accurate quantities and thorough take offs from plansCoordinating with the client on all changes in scope, questions or clarifications regarding the work, during the bidding process.Conducting site inspections for tender understanding, analysis of conditions and assessment of risk and identification of activities that may or may not be shown in tender documents. If you are an experienced Estimator looking to join a busy team in the Canberra market and bring your talent to achieve strong work flow and build team connections then this is the role for you.Please apply now or you can call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or you can alternatively email you resume though to jasmine.sitoou@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
      • AU$60,000 - AU$70,000 per year
      • full-time
      Finance Officer We are looking to fill a permanent full-time role that is solely focused on accounts receivable core duties and debt collection. This role is the sole accounts receivable officer for a large, established Canberra organisation. As such our client is looking for a candidate who has extensive specialised experience in an accounts receivable role and sound knowledge of all the processes involved. Main Duties: Daily bank reconciliations Debtor management and weekly reconciliation of customer accounts Processing daily bank reconciliations for the AR sub-ledger Monthly reconciliations of the AR sub-ledger into the general ledger Coordinate and lead fortnightly team meetings with reviews of customer accounts Participate and talk to relevant data in monthly meetings with management on outstanding debts Other ad hoc duties as required Preferred experience and attributes:High written and verbal communication skills for effective stakeholder engagement and liaising with debtorsRelevant experience in an accounts receivable roleAbility to work with a constant high volume of invoicesPromptly address invoices and workload and adhere to deadlinesAbility to confidently provide accurate information in regular team meetings What you will get in return: Working in a respected Canberra established company Free onsite staff parking Full time, permanent role If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this position, please contact Paul Buttress on (02) 6132 3849 or email paul.buttress@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.
      Finance Officer We are looking to fill a permanent full-time role that is solely focused on accounts receivable core duties and debt collection. This role is the sole accounts receivable officer for a large, established Canberra organisation. As such our client is looking for a candidate who has extensive specialised experience in an accounts receivable role and sound knowledge of all the processes involved. Main Duties: Daily bank reconciliations Debtor management and weekly reconciliation of customer accounts Processing daily bank reconciliations for the AR sub-ledger Monthly reconciliations of the AR sub-ledger into the general ledger Coordinate and lead fortnightly team meetings with reviews of customer accounts Participate and talk to relevant data in monthly meetings with management on outstanding debts Other ad hoc duties as required Preferred experience and attributes:High written and verbal communication skills for effective stakeholder engagement and liaising with debtorsRelevant experience in an accounts receivable roleAbility to work with a constant high volume of invoicesPromptly address invoices and workload and adhere to deadlinesAbility to confidently provide accurate information in regular team meetings What you will get in return: Working in a respected Canberra established company Free onsite staff parking Full time, permanent role If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this position, please contact Paul Buttress on (02) 6132 3849 or email paul.buttress@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
      Apply your talent where it countsLeadership opportunity in a Defence project environmentEnjoy interesting work, variety, development and flexibility within a strong team cultureApply your talent where it counts as a Project Manager in Canberra, ACT. About the Opportunity The successful candidate will maintain the goodwill of the Customer and Internal Management, competently manage subcontractors and provide effective leadership to the project team. Responsibilities: Lead a small Project Team to successfully execute the Contract and is accountable for all aspects of project deliverables.Ensure that the project team achieves the required performance in terms of schedule, budget and technical requirements.Build and maintain strong Customer relationships by being a focal point for Customer contact.Identify project opportunities and risks and develop mitigation strategies for pursuit throughout contract phases. Monitor and report on the status of risks and opportunities.Act as a focal point for supplier/subcontract discussions.Provide direction to, and motivate the project team on a daily basis.Ensure that the project resource requirements, to meet current and future needs, are identified to the relevant Function Manager. About you As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you’ll have:Tertiary level PM training Degree in a related allied discipline or equivalent or related Trade CertificateExperience in managing a small team within an allied function in a project environmentExperience with planning and performance responsibility for discrete outcomes within a projectProven ability in contract development/management Supplier Management experience As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond 0466 596 260. ref/ RANDEF At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Apply your talent where it countsLeadership opportunity in a Defence project environmentEnjoy interesting work, variety, development and flexibility within a strong team cultureApply your talent where it counts as a Project Manager in Canberra, ACT. About the Opportunity The successful candidate will maintain the goodwill of the Customer and Internal Management, competently manage subcontractors and provide effective leadership to the project team. Responsibilities: Lead a small Project Team to successfully execute the Contract and is accountable for all aspects of project deliverables.Ensure that the project team achieves the required performance in terms of schedule, budget and technical requirements.Build and maintain strong Customer relationships by being a focal point for Customer contact.Identify project opportunities and risks and develop mitigation strategies for pursuit throughout contract phases. Monitor and report on the status of risks and opportunities.Act as a focal point for supplier/subcontract discussions.Provide direction to, and motivate the project team on a daily basis.Ensure that the project resource requirements, to meet current and future needs, are identified to the relevant Function Manager. About you As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you’ll have:Tertiary level PM training Degree in a related allied discipline or equivalent or related Trade CertificateExperience in managing a small team within an allied function in a project environmentExperience with planning and performance responsibility for discrete outcomes within a projectProven ability in contract development/management Supplier Management experience As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond 0466 596 260. ref/ RANDEF At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      An excellent opportunity exists for a motivated and passionate store manager to join the team of this prestigious label. In this position you hold the family together by positively mentoring, coaching and developing a sales team to their full potential. You will have the opportunity to lead and drive sales from the front and engage customers by creating a unique and unforgettable in-store experience. The successful candidate will have proven success as a Sales Manager in the retail, fashion or similar industry. A rigorous understanding of the psychology of sales, the ability to implement & monitor sales strategies and motivate a sales team will all be key attributes of the successful candidate.You will have:Experience as a Store Manager in a high service retail environment Genuine love, experience and understanding of fashion and the retail industryTrack record of exceeding sales targets & maximising profitabilityProven track record of driving exceptional customer service Proven success in recruiting, inducting, training and leading teamsKnowledge and experience in leading retail sales teams to deliver sales budgets, wages, rostering, VM, Stock management, shrinkage ect. Proven experience in coaching and developing teams & individuals Sales working with K.P.Is Leadership ExperienceExperience in Compliance/Reporting Desired Criteria: Minimum of 2 years experience in management or as a 2IC Visual merchandising experienceCurrent fashion and market understanding An ability to think commercially Benefits: Attractive salary In store discounts Career progression and training If this sounds like you, then don't hesitate, Apply now! For a confidential discussion you can call Kandice or Paul on 02 6132 3800 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.
      An excellent opportunity exists for a motivated and passionate store manager to join the team of this prestigious label. In this position you hold the family together by positively mentoring, coaching and developing a sales team to their full potential. You will have the opportunity to lead and drive sales from the front and engage customers by creating a unique and unforgettable in-store experience. The successful candidate will have proven success as a Sales Manager in the retail, fashion or similar industry. A rigorous understanding of the psychology of sales, the ability to implement & monitor sales strategies and motivate a sales team will all be key attributes of the successful candidate.You will have:Experience as a Store Manager in a high service retail environment Genuine love, experience and understanding of fashion and the retail industryTrack record of exceeding sales targets & maximising profitabilityProven track record of driving exceptional customer service Proven success in recruiting, inducting, training and leading teamsKnowledge and experience in leading retail sales teams to deliver sales budgets, wages, rostering, VM, Stock management, shrinkage ect. Proven experience in coaching and developing teams & individuals Sales working with K.P.Is Leadership ExperienceExperience in Compliance/Reporting Desired Criteria: Minimum of 2 years experience in management or as a 2IC Visual merchandising experienceCurrent fashion and market understanding An ability to think commercially Benefits: Attractive salary In store discounts Career progression and training If this sounds like you, then don't hesitate, Apply now! For a confidential discussion you can call Kandice or Paul on 02 6132 3800 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      > ATTRACTIVE SALARY > CANBERRA AND QUEANBEYAN LOCATION> MUST HAVE RECENT DIESEL MECHANIC EXPERINCE WITHIN AUSTRALIA I am currently looking to fill an on-going Diesel Mechanic position. My client is a respected industrial organisation looking for a qualified Heavy Diesel Mechanic to join their team. This position is within the waste management industry where you will be servicing and maintaining a fleet of vehicles, this industry is an essential service. Due to the necessity for filling this role quickly I am looking for an experienced Diesel Mechanic who can hit the ground running. Duties: Perform repair and maintenance of heavy vehicles, and equipment in a safe manner in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations and company policies.Perform detailed inspections of heavy vehicles and equipment and correct equipment deficiencies and perform preventive maintenance on company own equipment.Perform fabrication and repair component parts.Identify and repair or report worn or failed components, etc.Complete service forms, brake forms and other paperwork accurately and legibly in accordance with company guidelinesvehicles include: trucks, front lift, rear lift, side lift, roll on and off vehiclescompleting service documentationensuring all working is completed efficiently and to standardParticipate in a day shift and afternoon shift rosterExperience and qualifications:minimum 4 years maintenance experienceCertificate III in Heavy Vehicle MechanicalA sound working knowledge of heavy and mechanical repairs.To be able to decipher workshop manuals and technical bulletins to carry out duties as a qualified motor mechanic.To be able to carry out duties whilst unsupervisedfirst aid (preferred)proactive approach to problem solving and risk managementstrong communication skillsHR truck licence (preferred)All applicants will be required to do a medical and physical assessment. If you think this role applies to you please all Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or click apply “now” or you can email your resume through to Jasmine.sitoou@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.
      > ATTRACTIVE SALARY > CANBERRA AND QUEANBEYAN LOCATION> MUST HAVE RECENT DIESEL MECHANIC EXPERINCE WITHIN AUSTRALIA I am currently looking to fill an on-going Diesel Mechanic position. My client is a respected industrial organisation looking for a qualified Heavy Diesel Mechanic to join their team. This position is within the waste management industry where you will be servicing and maintaining a fleet of vehicles, this industry is an essential service. Due to the necessity for filling this role quickly I am looking for an experienced Diesel Mechanic who can hit the ground running. Duties: Perform repair and maintenance of heavy vehicles, and equipment in a safe manner in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations and company policies.Perform detailed inspections of heavy vehicles and equipment and correct equipment deficiencies and perform preventive maintenance on company own equipment.Perform fabrication and repair component parts.Identify and repair or report worn or failed components, etc.Complete service forms, brake forms and other paperwork accurately and legibly in accordance with company guidelinesvehicles include: trucks, front lift, rear lift, side lift, roll on and off vehiclescompleting service documentationensuring all working is completed efficiently and to standardParticipate in a day shift and afternoon shift rosterExperience and qualifications:minimum 4 years maintenance experienceCertificate III in Heavy Vehicle MechanicalA sound working knowledge of heavy and mechanical repairs.To be able to decipher workshop manuals and technical bulletins to carry out duties as a qualified motor mechanic.To be able to carry out duties whilst unsupervisedfirst aid (preferred)proactive approach to problem solving and risk managementstrong communication skillsHR truck licence (preferred)All applicants will be required to do a medical and physical assessment. If you think this role applies to you please all Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or click apply “now” or you can email your resume through to Jasmine.sitoou@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch -Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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 partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch -Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested..Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point), andPlease note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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 partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested..Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point), andPlease note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) - APS 4 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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 partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) - APS 4 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) (known as CS2AB)- APS 4 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them. Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. These vacancies are available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disabilities. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity.Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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 partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) (known as CS2AB)- APS 4 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them. Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. These vacancies are available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disabilities. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity.Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Surveillance Technical OfficersBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST) Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations. This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues. What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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 partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Surveillance Technical OfficersBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST) Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations. This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues. What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Surveillance Technical Officers - Affirmative Measure, Disability or IndigenousBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations.This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds. We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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 partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Surveillance Technical Officers - Affirmative Measure, Disability or IndigenousBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations.This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds. We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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
      Truck Drivers and Offsiders required for Removals Full-time hours + overtimeAttractive hourly pay rate Randstad has a fantastic opportunity for experienced MR drivers and Offsiders to do removal work for a reputable removals company in the ACT. Multiple oppurtunities and loads of work coming into a busy time of year. This position is offering full-time hours + over-time on a casual pay rate and ongoing work. Duties:- MR Driving- Offsiding - Loading of trucks and unloading trucks with Furniture etc.- wrapping and boxing Qualifications/Experience- MUST have 1 years+ of experience driving MR Trucks- Strong communication- Hard working with a good attitude- Fit and reliable If you would like to have a confidential chat about this position, please contact moe.ayoub@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3840.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.
      Truck Drivers and Offsiders required for Removals Full-time hours + overtimeAttractive hourly pay rate Randstad has a fantastic opportunity for experienced MR drivers and Offsiders to do removal work for a reputable removals company in the ACT. Multiple oppurtunities and loads of work coming into a busy time of year. This position is offering full-time hours + over-time on a casual pay rate and ongoing work. Duties:- MR Driving- Offsiding - Loading of trucks and unloading trucks with Furniture etc.- wrapping and boxing Qualifications/Experience- MUST have 1 years+ of experience driving MR Trucks- Strong communication- Hard working with a good attitude- Fit and reliable If you would like to have a confidential chat about this position, please contact moe.ayoub@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3840.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • AU$31.67 - AU$31.67, per hour, Including superannuation
      • part-time
      Qualified OSHC Educators! Work close to home in the ACT as a Randstad OSHC Educator - providing engaging and quality after school care with providers in your area. With an amazing benefits scheme and dedicated work-life partners taking our educators on their career journey, Randstad Education aims to be the easiest education agency to work with.Casual Qualified OSHC roles are available now across Canberra City (Civic), Braddon, Dickson, Barton and surrounding suburbsPay rate $34.74 - 39.53 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Choose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our portalAll our working casuals enjoy discounts at Myer, Uber Eats, Hoyts, Sephora, and all major retailers and delivery services!We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. We work with providers who are extensively screened, match our people values and offer best in industry child to educator ratios.About the job:Assisting staff in engaging in programs that are both fun and educationalThis may include: an art show extravaganza, the mini world cup, or supporting the next great creative writer...The fun of OSHC is never boring! About you:Diploma or Certificate III in early childhood education, or other related qualifications - apply and we will be in touchWillingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAustralian work rightsA willingness to gain your Working with vulnerable people cardAn understanding of the My Time Our Place FrameworkPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and fast path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ 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.
      Qualified OSHC Educators! Work close to home in the ACT as a Randstad OSHC Educator - providing engaging and quality after school care with providers in your area. With an amazing benefits scheme and dedicated work-life partners taking our educators on their career journey, Randstad Education aims to be the easiest education agency to work with.Casual Qualified OSHC roles are available now across Canberra City (Civic), Braddon, Dickson, Barton and surrounding suburbsPay rate $34.74 - 39.53 per hour including superannuation* dependent upon qualifications. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements.Choose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our portalAll our working casuals enjoy discounts at Myer, Uber Eats, Hoyts, Sephora, and all major retailers and delivery services!We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. We work with providers who are extensively screened, match our people values and offer best in industry child to educator ratios.About the job:Assisting staff in engaging in programs that are both fun and educationalThis may include: an art show extravaganza, the mini world cup, or supporting the next great creative writer...The fun of OSHC is never boring! About you:Diploma or Certificate III in early childhood education, or other related qualifications - apply and we will be in touchWillingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAustralian work rightsA willingness to gain your Working with vulnerable people cardAn understanding of the My Time Our Place FrameworkPlease Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button for a free and fast path to work. Your CV will immediately arrive with your work-life partner. At Randstad Education, we pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. *Superannuation is paid according to legislative requirements. Questions? Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) Refer a friend: Know any excellent educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad Education are seeking a permanent full-time lead educator for a position available in the preschool room at a childcare centre located in North Canberra. About the centre Your new childcare centre offers education and care for 60 children per day age 0-5 from 7:00am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday. Their educational approach is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach with a strong focus on sustainability and child led, play based learning. About the position As lead educator, you will be responsible for managing an education and care program for a preschool age group of 3-5. ResponsibilitiesFacilitate play based, holistic learning involving school readiness and STEM activities Lead and mentor a team of educators to deliver high quality education and careContinue family home routines including sleep and feed timesAdhere to National Quality Standards and the Early Years Learning FrameworkCreate a homely, safe and secure environment for childrenYour Benefits Opportunities to advance your career within network of 460+ centresAccess to Online Learning Lounge with more than 70 hours of professional developmentExclusive access to The Playground – organisation's benefits platform, with access to 350+ retailersSector leading 30% discount off early education and child care fees for either yourself or a member of your familyUniforms providedAccess to health and wellness programsHow To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply with your resume and a cover letter. Alternatively, you can email madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for more information.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      Randstad Education are seeking a permanent full-time lead educator for a position available in the preschool room at a childcare centre located in North Canberra. About the centre Your new childcare centre offers education and care for 60 children per day age 0-5 from 7:00am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday. Their educational approach is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach with a strong focus on sustainability and child led, play based learning. About the position As lead educator, you will be responsible for managing an education and care program for a preschool age group of 3-5. ResponsibilitiesFacilitate play based, holistic learning involving school readiness and STEM activities Lead and mentor a team of educators to deliver high quality education and careContinue family home routines including sleep and feed timesAdhere to National Quality Standards and the Early Years Learning FrameworkCreate a homely, safe and secure environment for childrenYour Benefits Opportunities to advance your career within network of 460+ centresAccess to Online Learning Lounge with more than 70 hours of professional developmentExclusive access to The Playground – organisation's benefits platform, with access to 350+ retailersSector leading 30% discount off early education and child care fees for either yourself or a member of your familyUniforms providedAccess to health and wellness programsHow To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply with your resume and a cover letter. Alternatively, you can email madeline.farrell@randstad.com.au or call 02 6132 3886 for more information.Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
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