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      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$85,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Your New Company This is your exclusive opportunity to join an impressive and increasingly popular Wellbeing company located in brand new offices in Waterloo. This business's purpose is to help those in need, by providing specialist wellbeing and emergency support services. If you are looking for a rewarding role in the Health industry, this one's for you. Your New RoleAs a Shift Supervisor you will be working on a 24/7 rotating roster (weekends every 3-4 weeks) overseeing the Support Coordinators that manage inbound calls relating to physical and psychological claims. Your role will entail: Assisting the team with triaging claimsActioning support requestsCoordinating and communicating emergency responsesPerforming end to end case management Assisting the team with escalated claimsContinuously providing advice and support to the teamThe BenefitsBeautifully modern office located in WaterlooPrivate wellbeing and nap roomExcellent on-boarding program for new startersFree catered lunches on WednesdaysSocial events and sporting clubsBring your dog to work - 2 x days per weekStocked kitchen with access to unlimited snacks and drinksWork within an inclusive and supportive team Be part of something biggerGenerous salary with career progression opportunitiesAbout YouOpen to all backgrounds of experiencePrevious experience in a similar field is desirable, however not essential - disability, aged care, nursing, medical, mental health, psychology, emergency services, emergency response, wellbeing, complaints, disputes, customer care, customer service, call centre, teacher or case management A team player who displays empathy and able to remain calm under pressureDisplays a high level of problem solving skills High level of written and verbal communication skillsIf the Shift Supervisor role sounds like what you’re looking for, APPLY NOW, or for a confidential discussion, please email donna.t@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.
      Your New Company This is your exclusive opportunity to join an impressive and increasingly popular Wellbeing company located in brand new offices in Waterloo. This business's purpose is to help those in need, by providing specialist wellbeing and emergency support services. If you are looking for a rewarding role in the Health industry, this one's for you. Your New RoleAs a Shift Supervisor you will be working on a 24/7 rotating roster (weekends every 3-4 weeks) overseeing the Support Coordinators that manage inbound calls relating to physical and psychological claims. Your role will entail: Assisting the team with triaging claimsActioning support requestsCoordinating and communicating emergency responsesPerforming end to end case management Assisting the team with escalated claimsContinuously providing advice and support to the teamThe BenefitsBeautifully modern office located in WaterlooPrivate wellbeing and nap roomExcellent on-boarding program for new startersFree catered lunches on WednesdaysSocial events and sporting clubsBring your dog to work - 2 x days per weekStocked kitchen with access to unlimited snacks and drinksWork within an inclusive and supportive team Be part of something biggerGenerous salary with career progression opportunitiesAbout YouOpen to all backgrounds of experiencePrevious experience in a similar field is desirable, however not essential - disability, aged care, nursing, medical, mental health, psychology, emergency services, emergency response, wellbeing, complaints, disputes, customer care, customer service, call centre, teacher or case management A team player who displays empathy and able to remain calm under pressureDisplays a high level of problem solving skills High level of written and verbal communication skillsIf the Shift Supervisor role sounds like what you’re looking for, APPLY NOW, or for a confidential discussion, please email donna.t@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.
      • kogarah, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$95,000, per year, Director’s allowance of $6K annually
      • full-time
      Non-for-profit, small established centre with a team of seven!Director’s allowance of $6K annually + salary packaging available Newly renovated facilities with spacious outdoor area The CentreThis small service based in Kogarah is looking for a passionate Centre Manager to lead their team of dedicated staff. This service is a part of a large non-for-profit organisation who are known for their high quality services and inclusive educational programs. You will be supported by a 2IC and Educational Leader as well as a dedicated Area Manager and Head Office with a HR team. As the Centre Manager, your role is to inspire, lead and mentor others whilst creating and maintaining a positive learning environment for children aged 0-5 years, connecting with their families and the local community. They adopt a play-based approach to learning and implement thorough school readiness programming, preparing children for their next step in their education. The center is newly renovated with modern resources and a spacious outdoor area. Public transport is easily accessible with the train station only a short walk away as well as bus stops. They are open from 7:30am - 6:00pmThe Role As Centre Manager/Nominated Supervisor of the service some of your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:Being responsible for the daily management and administration of the serviceMotivate, support and work in partnership with the Assistant Director, Educational Leader and all educators, driving them to excel as they deliver care and educational programs to childrenOverseeing the centre curriculum based on the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality FrameworkDriving quality in practices in line with the National Quality StandardsMentoring and guiding the service philosophyBe enthusiastic, positive, productive and conduct oneself in a professional mannerBenefits of the role:Great base salary + $6K director’s allowance and salary packaging available (increasing your take home salary!)Large non-for-profit organisation with great reputationWell established service and team with supportive leadership and Head Office/HR Newly renovated space with a beautiful outdoor areaOpen to strong 2IC applicants who want to step up in their careerAbout YouTo be successful in this position you must have:Bachelors or Diploma (Bachelor preferred) in Early Childhood Education (equivalent or higher) qualification OR ACECQA-approvedAt least 2 years experience working within a 2IC role Current First Aid and CPR CertificateCurrent Anaphylaxis and Asthma ManagerA current Working with Children’s Check If you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please reach out to have a confidential conversation about the other roles we have to offer youTel: 02 8238 0200
      Non-for-profit, small established centre with a team of seven!Director’s allowance of $6K annually + salary packaging available Newly renovated facilities with spacious outdoor area The CentreThis small service based in Kogarah is looking for a passionate Centre Manager to lead their team of dedicated staff. This service is a part of a large non-for-profit organisation who are known for their high quality services and inclusive educational programs. You will be supported by a 2IC and Educational Leader as well as a dedicated Area Manager and Head Office with a HR team. As the Centre Manager, your role is to inspire, lead and mentor others whilst creating and maintaining a positive learning environment for children aged 0-5 years, connecting with their families and the local community. They adopt a play-based approach to learning and implement thorough school readiness programming, preparing children for their next step in their education. The center is newly renovated with modern resources and a spacious outdoor area. Public transport is easily accessible with the train station only a short walk away as well as bus stops. They are open from 7:30am - 6:00pmThe Role As Centre Manager/Nominated Supervisor of the service some of your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:Being responsible for the daily management and administration of the serviceMotivate, support and work in partnership with the Assistant Director, Educational Leader and all educators, driving them to excel as they deliver care and educational programs to childrenOverseeing the centre curriculum based on the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality FrameworkDriving quality in practices in line with the National Quality StandardsMentoring and guiding the service philosophyBe enthusiastic, positive, productive and conduct oneself in a professional mannerBenefits of the role:Great base salary + $6K director’s allowance and salary packaging available (increasing your take home salary!)Large non-for-profit organisation with great reputationWell established service and team with supportive leadership and Head Office/HR Newly renovated space with a beautiful outdoor areaOpen to strong 2IC applicants who want to step up in their careerAbout YouTo be successful in this position you must have:Bachelors or Diploma (Bachelor preferred) in Early Childhood Education (equivalent or higher) qualification OR ACECQA-approvedAt least 2 years experience working within a 2IC role Current First Aid and CPR CertificateCurrent Anaphylaxis and Asthma ManagerA current Working with Children’s Check If you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please reach out to have a confidential conversation about the other roles we have to offer youTel: 02 8238 0200
      • menai, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Preschool room leaderFamily-owned EXCEEDING centreAbove award wages and flexible wporking arrnagment The Centre Work for a beautiful EXCEEDING 80 place service located in the Sutherland Shire. They are looking for an Early Childhood Teacher to join their team as a Room Leader in the preschool room. Join a team of passionate educators who aim to provide a warm, stimulating and safe environment for the children. The Role Your role will be as Room Leader on a full-time basis in the Preschool room and your responsibilities will include:Motivate and lead a team of educators in your roomDevelop and implement a high-quality program based on the children’s individual strengths and interests.Create a warm and welcoming environment for children, families and caregiversBuild professional and positive relationships with the families, children and staffAssist with the successful implementation of the Quality Improvement Plan and Accreditation System as per the Service's routine.Benefits of this position:Above award wages!Free meals and drinks for staffFlexible working arrnagment Performance bonuses - be rewarded for your hard work!Professional development and support to help you progress in your careerAbout You To be successful in this position you must have:An Early Childhood Teaching Degree (or over 50% completed) OR ACECQA-approved equivalent qualificationNESA Accreditation (if fully qualified) A current Working with Children’s CheckStrong programming and documentation skillsSound knowledge and understanding of the EYLF and the NQFHow to applyIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200Send me a message on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-ward-3a32961b9/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.
      Preschool room leaderFamily-owned EXCEEDING centreAbove award wages and flexible wporking arrnagment The Centre Work for a beautiful EXCEEDING 80 place service located in the Sutherland Shire. They are looking for an Early Childhood Teacher to join their team as a Room Leader in the preschool room. Join a team of passionate educators who aim to provide a warm, stimulating and safe environment for the children. The Role Your role will be as Room Leader on a full-time basis in the Preschool room and your responsibilities will include:Motivate and lead a team of educators in your roomDevelop and implement a high-quality program based on the children’s individual strengths and interests.Create a warm and welcoming environment for children, families and caregiversBuild professional and positive relationships with the families, children and staffAssist with the successful implementation of the Quality Improvement Plan and Accreditation System as per the Service's routine.Benefits of this position:Above award wages!Free meals and drinks for staffFlexible working arrnagment Performance bonuses - be rewarded for your hard work!Professional development and support to help you progress in your careerAbout You To be successful in this position you must have:An Early Childhood Teaching Degree (or over 50% completed) OR ACECQA-approved equivalent qualificationNESA Accreditation (if fully qualified) A current Working with Children’s CheckStrong programming and documentation skillsSound knowledge and understanding of the EYLF and the NQFHow to applyIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200Send me a message on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-ward-3a32961b9/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.
      • menai, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$24.00 - AU$33.00, per hour, Career progression opportunities available!
      • full-time
      Attractive above award wages Career progression opportunities available EXCEEDING Family owned serviceThe CentreWork for a beautiful EXCEEDING 80 place service located in the Sutherland Shire. They are looking for an Certificate III or Diploma Educators to join their team! As an educator within the service, you will contribute to providing a warm, stimulating and safe environment for the children. They follow a play-based learning philosophy where children are guided through age appropriate interest lead activities. Internal training is a large focus so you will have the opportunity to grow and develop within the service. They are located in central Menai and are close to shops and public transport. You will work flexible shifts between 7am-6pm. The RoleYour role will be as a Childcare Educator within the service and you will be responsible for:Assist and work alongside the Room Leader to implement programming leading to successful learning outcomes for the childrenCommunicate positively with the children and familiesBe reliable, respectful and work constructively with your colleagues and other professionalsImplement education and care programs that meet the holistic needs of the individual child as part of a communityBe enthusiastic and reliable with demonstrated experience in providing high-quality education and care for children, including those with additional needs.Benefits of this position:Above award wage!Free food and drinks for staffPerformance bonuses - be rewarded for your hard work!Professional development and support to help you progress in your careerA passionate and supportive team About YouTo be successful in this position you must have:A Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or ACECQA equivalent First Aid and anaphylaxisA current Working with Children’s CheckSound knowledge and understanding of the EYLF and the NQFHow to applyIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200Send me a message on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-ward-3a32961b9/
      Attractive above award wages Career progression opportunities available EXCEEDING Family owned serviceThe CentreWork for a beautiful EXCEEDING 80 place service located in the Sutherland Shire. They are looking for an Certificate III or Diploma Educators to join their team! As an educator within the service, you will contribute to providing a warm, stimulating and safe environment for the children. They follow a play-based learning philosophy where children are guided through age appropriate interest lead activities. Internal training is a large focus so you will have the opportunity to grow and develop within the service. They are located in central Menai and are close to shops and public transport. You will work flexible shifts between 7am-6pm. The RoleYour role will be as a Childcare Educator within the service and you will be responsible for:Assist and work alongside the Room Leader to implement programming leading to successful learning outcomes for the childrenCommunicate positively with the children and familiesBe reliable, respectful and work constructively with your colleagues and other professionalsImplement education and care programs that meet the holistic needs of the individual child as part of a communityBe enthusiastic and reliable with demonstrated experience in providing high-quality education and care for children, including those with additional needs.Benefits of this position:Above award wage!Free food and drinks for staffPerformance bonuses - be rewarded for your hard work!Professional development and support to help you progress in your careerA passionate and supportive team About YouTo be successful in this position you must have:A Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or ACECQA equivalent First Aid and anaphylaxisA current Working with Children’s CheckSound knowledge and understanding of the EYLF and the NQFHow to applyIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200Send me a message on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-ward-3a32961b9/
      • surry hills, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$110,000, per year, + bonus
      • full-time
      The Company:This boutique commercial fit out company are looking for a Junior Contract Administrator with a construction related degree to join the team, to learn from the senior staff and further their career. The business has been established for over 10 years and has a leading team of professionals with approximately 15 staff in Sydney. The projects are high end fit out projects including Commercial offices, Education projects, Medical Centres, Retail/Hospitality, and Government works. Projects are $500k-$5m fast-track fit out projects. You will be working alongside a Senior Contract Administrator that will be able to support you.You will be based in their open-plan office in Surry Hills full time (5 days a week), however part of your role is going out to site to meet with the clients and subcontractors. You may be helping out on running 2/3 fast-track fit out projects simultaneously so this will give you an opportunity to get involved in varying stages of the construction process and give you 360-degree experience from start to finish. As a growing business, they offer a professional and agile culture, with a close-knit team that work together to achieve their goals and are rewarded for their hard work with a yearly bonus. Responsibilities:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work, you will be required to work well autonomously, communicating effectively with the Director’s and your designated Project Manager dailyYou will be a focused negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for their fit out work Preparing subcontract packages - writing scopes, procurement, tender comparisons and schedulingReviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontractsProgress claim assistance, external variations, EOT'sAdministering RFI’sHead Contract ManagementCost management / budget reportsUsing Procore, Xero and Excel (training can be provided).Skills & experience:You will ideally have 1 years+ experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder or Fit out company (commercial not residential preferably)Degree qualified in Building & Construction Management or equivalentExperience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planningA thirst for a challenge, energy to over achieve, and vision to exceed and grow in your career within the business.Culture & Benefits:In return you have the opportunity to work for a business with a fantastic team culture and ‘family-feel’ - the Director is very hands-on and takes the time to get to know his team on a personal level to support them in their career growthIt's an exciting opportunity to work for a builder that actually rewards their employees for their hard work, where each staff member is paid a bonus every year depending on the performance of the business as a whole.To Apply:If you are interested please apply through the advert or get in touch on tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or 0433 97787817.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Company:This boutique commercial fit out company are looking for a Junior Contract Administrator with a construction related degree to join the team, to learn from the senior staff and further their career. The business has been established for over 10 years and has a leading team of professionals with approximately 15 staff in Sydney. The projects are high end fit out projects including Commercial offices, Education projects, Medical Centres, Retail/Hospitality, and Government works. Projects are $500k-$5m fast-track fit out projects. You will be working alongside a Senior Contract Administrator that will be able to support you.You will be based in their open-plan office in Surry Hills full time (5 days a week), however part of your role is going out to site to meet with the clients and subcontractors. You may be helping out on running 2/3 fast-track fit out projects simultaneously so this will give you an opportunity to get involved in varying stages of the construction process and give you 360-degree experience from start to finish. As a growing business, they offer a professional and agile culture, with a close-knit team that work together to achieve their goals and are rewarded for their hard work with a yearly bonus. Responsibilities:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work, you will be required to work well autonomously, communicating effectively with the Director’s and your designated Project Manager dailyYou will be a focused negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for their fit out work Preparing subcontract packages - writing scopes, procurement, tender comparisons and schedulingReviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontractsProgress claim assistance, external variations, EOT'sAdministering RFI’sHead Contract ManagementCost management / budget reportsUsing Procore, Xero and Excel (training can be provided).Skills & experience:You will ideally have 1 years+ experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder or Fit out company (commercial not residential preferably)Degree qualified in Building & Construction Management or equivalentExperience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planningA thirst for a challenge, energy to over achieve, and vision to exceed and grow in your career within the business.Culture & Benefits:In return you have the opportunity to work for a business with a fantastic team culture and ‘family-feel’ - the Director is very hands-on and takes the time to get to know his team on a personal level to support them in their career growthIt's an exciting opportunity to work for a builder that actually rewards their employees for their hard work, where each staff member is paid a bonus every year depending on the performance of the business as a whole.To Apply:If you are interested please apply through the advert or get in touch on tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or 0433 97787817.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.
      • surry hills, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$120,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Company:This boutique commercial fit out company are looking for a Estimator with a construction related degree to join the team, to learn from the senior staff and further their career. The business has been established for 10 years and has a leading team of professionals with 15 staff in Sydney. The tenders you will be working on are high end fit out projects including Commercial offices, Education projects, Medical Centres, Retail/Hospitality, and Government works. Projects are $500k-$5m fast-track fit out projects. You will be based in their open-plan office in Surry Hills, within walking distance to Cental Station full time (5 days a week), however part of your role is going out to site to meet with the clients. As a growing business, they offer a professional and agile culture, with a close-knit team that work together to achieve their goals and are rewarded for their hard work with a yearly bonus. Responsibilities:As an Estimator based in the Head Office, your job will be working closely with Director to establish good working relationships with existing clients and put forward the most competitive tenders. As they are a small company and they have less overheads, this enables you to put forward competitive prices, and you will have autonomy and freedom to make recommendations as you see fit. It's an exciting opportunity for a Junior/Intermediate level Estimator to take the next step in their career. They are looking for someone with previous experience in the construction/fit out market that is willing to be adaptable. Work with the Director in the preparation of Tenders, and enable the Director to focus their attention on building new client relationships and winning more workManage Tender Proposal documentation and drawingsReading plans & drawingsMeasurements & Bills of QuantitiesPreparing take offsRFI'sTender submissionsPresenting the most competitive tenders to secure projects that their competitors are disappointed to not to win.Skills & experience:Minimum 1+ years experience as an Estimator in Sydney, so you are familiar with the local subcontractors and processes (commercial not residential preferably)A good understanding of the Tender and Estimation process, with the ability to learn quickly and be adaptable to clients requirementsUnderstanding of RFI's and ability to read drawings & measurementsExtremely high attention to detail and quality of worksFluent in English, and have excellent written and verbal communication skillsUnfortunately if you have no experience working in Australia or have only worked for a subcontractor, you will not be the right fit for this role.Culture & Benefits:In return you have the opportunity to work for a business with a fantastic team culture and ‘family-feel’ - the Director is very hands-on and takes the time to get to know his team on a personal level to support them in their career growthIt's an exciting opportunity to work for a builder that actually rewards their employees for their hard work, where each staff member is paid a bonus every year depending on the performance of the business as a whole.To Apply:If you are interested please apply through the advert or get in touch on tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or 0433 97787817. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Company:This boutique commercial fit out company are looking for a Estimator with a construction related degree to join the team, to learn from the senior staff and further their career. The business has been established for 10 years and has a leading team of professionals with 15 staff in Sydney. The tenders you will be working on are high end fit out projects including Commercial offices, Education projects, Medical Centres, Retail/Hospitality, and Government works. Projects are $500k-$5m fast-track fit out projects. You will be based in their open-plan office in Surry Hills, within walking distance to Cental Station full time (5 days a week), however part of your role is going out to site to meet with the clients. As a growing business, they offer a professional and agile culture, with a close-knit team that work together to achieve their goals and are rewarded for their hard work with a yearly bonus. Responsibilities:As an Estimator based in the Head Office, your job will be working closely with Director to establish good working relationships with existing clients and put forward the most competitive tenders. As they are a small company and they have less overheads, this enables you to put forward competitive prices, and you will have autonomy and freedom to make recommendations as you see fit. It's an exciting opportunity for a Junior/Intermediate level Estimator to take the next step in their career. They are looking for someone with previous experience in the construction/fit out market that is willing to be adaptable. Work with the Director in the preparation of Tenders, and enable the Director to focus their attention on building new client relationships and winning more workManage Tender Proposal documentation and drawingsReading plans & drawingsMeasurements & Bills of QuantitiesPreparing take offsRFI'sTender submissionsPresenting the most competitive tenders to secure projects that their competitors are disappointed to not to win.Skills & experience:Minimum 1+ years experience as an Estimator in Sydney, so you are familiar with the local subcontractors and processes (commercial not residential preferably)A good understanding of the Tender and Estimation process, with the ability to learn quickly and be adaptable to clients requirementsUnderstanding of RFI's and ability to read drawings & measurementsExtremely high attention to detail and quality of worksFluent in English, and have excellent written and verbal communication skillsUnfortunately if you have no experience working in Australia or have only worked for a subcontractor, you will not be the right fit for this role.Culture & Benefits:In return you have the opportunity to work for a business with a fantastic team culture and ‘family-feel’ - the Director is very hands-on and takes the time to get to know his team on a personal level to support them in their career growthIt's an exciting opportunity to work for a builder that actually rewards their employees for their hard work, where each staff member is paid a bonus every year depending on the performance of the business as a whole.To Apply:If you are interested please apply through the advert or get in touch on tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or 0433 97787817. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$65,000 per year
      • full-time
      Working in HR, but want something a little different? Have a background in Customer Service and Administration, but want more of a challenge? Have you ever considered recruitment? We could have the opportunity for you! Australia's leading HR Recruitment Agency HR Partners is now looking for an Associate Consultant to join our growing NSW team! This would be the perfect role for someone looking to break into the HR or recruitment industry - you bring the positive attitude and student mentality, and we’ll provide all the training you’ll need! This fast-paced position will see you liaising with key stakeholders, negotiating contract terms, sourcing quality candidates, supporting employee experience and so much more. If you have a background in HR, Customer Service and/or Administration - we want to hear from you! To succeed in this role, you’ll have:Outstanding communication skillsConfidence in everything you doA highly-professional appearance and approachSelf-motivation, and the desire to achieveAttention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:A comprehensive onboarding processTraining and development opportunities - both personal and professionalCollaborative and supportive team environmentCompetitive base salary + the ability to earn further benefits such as additional days offWhat to do next:If you’re passionate about results and keen to join a growing team, we want to hear from you! For more information, contact Katherine Swan on kswan@hrpartners.com.au or APPLY TODAY!At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Working in HR, but want something a little different? Have a background in Customer Service and Administration, but want more of a challenge? Have you ever considered recruitment? We could have the opportunity for you! Australia's leading HR Recruitment Agency HR Partners is now looking for an Associate Consultant to join our growing NSW team! This would be the perfect role for someone looking to break into the HR or recruitment industry - you bring the positive attitude and student mentality, and we’ll provide all the training you’ll need! This fast-paced position will see you liaising with key stakeholders, negotiating contract terms, sourcing quality candidates, supporting employee experience and so much more. If you have a background in HR, Customer Service and/or Administration - we want to hear from you! To succeed in this role, you’ll have:Outstanding communication skillsConfidence in everything you doA highly-professional appearance and approachSelf-motivation, and the desire to achieveAttention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:A comprehensive onboarding processTraining and development opportunities - both personal and professionalCollaborative and supportive team environmentCompetitive base salary + the ability to earn further benefits such as additional days offWhat to do next:If you’re passionate about results and keen to join a growing team, we want to hear from you! For more information, contact Katherine Swan on kswan@hrpartners.com.au or APPLY TODAY!At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$94,000 per year
      • part-time
      We are working with a valued company looking to grow their HR Team. Supporting the team on a range of HR related practices, policies, processes, and systems and providing end to end support on full employee life cycle. Looking to ensure all HR operations are managed efficiently. The Role HR Adviser needed for a full time role across 3 days a week responsible for all HR matters across the company.Maintain all HR processes including onboarding and offboarding, recruitment, contracting, performance reviews, staff leave.Develop and provide training in HR matters as required, including coaching and mentoring managers.Initiate, support and monitor best practice HR policies, procedures systems and processesProvide direction and support during workplace dispute mediations and employee disciplinary proceedings.Coordinate staff training and professional development.Assist the Corporate Services Director and the CEO with staff planning as required.Talent acquisition support Additional tasks and deliverables as defined by the Corporate Services Director and the CEO and Deputy CEOAbout you Drive, influence and develop a compelling company cultureKnowledge of Fair Work Act, Modern Awards and related employment legislation and regulations.Talent Acquisition experience.Excellent Microsoft Office SkillsDemonstrated proficiency working with digital platforms, including SharePoint and Human Resources Information Systems.Excellent relationship managementBrillant problem solving skillsIf you wish to hear more about this role and the amazing benefits they have to offer. Please send a copy of your resume to Harriet Winter on hwinter@hrpartners.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.
      We are working with a valued company looking to grow their HR Team. Supporting the team on a range of HR related practices, policies, processes, and systems and providing end to end support on full employee life cycle. Looking to ensure all HR operations are managed efficiently. The Role HR Adviser needed for a full time role across 3 days a week responsible for all HR matters across the company.Maintain all HR processes including onboarding and offboarding, recruitment, contracting, performance reviews, staff leave.Develop and provide training in HR matters as required, including coaching and mentoring managers.Initiate, support and monitor best practice HR policies, procedures systems and processesProvide direction and support during workplace dispute mediations and employee disciplinary proceedings.Coordinate staff training and professional development.Assist the Corporate Services Director and the CEO with staff planning as required.Talent acquisition support Additional tasks and deliverables as defined by the Corporate Services Director and the CEO and Deputy CEOAbout you Drive, influence and develop a compelling company cultureKnowledge of Fair Work Act, Modern Awards and related employment legislation and regulations.Talent Acquisition experience.Excellent Microsoft Office SkillsDemonstrated proficiency working with digital platforms, including SharePoint and Human Resources Information Systems.Excellent relationship managementBrillant problem solving skillsIf you wish to hear more about this role and the amazing benefits they have to offer. Please send a copy of your resume to Harriet Winter on hwinter@hrpartners.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Position SummaryWork with an organisation who offers growth and development, work-life balance and employment stability. This is an exciting opportunity to join an essential Australia-New Zealand organisation as their HR Advisor. Based in Sydney CBD, this role will see you take ownership of full generalist HR activities for employees within Australia. Working closely with the Group Head of HR, you will hit the ground running by providing professional HR advice to senior management and assist with various HR initiatives and projects. This is a permanent full time position within a flexible work environment. Key Accountabilities Regular collaboration and coaching with the Group Head of HR Work with an organisation whose HR team is truly valued Support the Group Head HR with HR initiatives and projects (incl. workplace safety) Advise and coach managers using generalist knowledge across all areas of the employee life cyclesKey RequirementsPrevious experience working across the employee life cycle Ability to forge strong relationships with employees and managementBroad knowledge of Awards, Employment Law and RegulationsWhat to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV or 0435 282 160.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.
      Position SummaryWork with an organisation who offers growth and development, work-life balance and employment stability. This is an exciting opportunity to join an essential Australia-New Zealand organisation as their HR Advisor. Based in Sydney CBD, this role will see you take ownership of full generalist HR activities for employees within Australia. Working closely with the Group Head of HR, you will hit the ground running by providing professional HR advice to senior management and assist with various HR initiatives and projects. This is a permanent full time position within a flexible work environment. Key Accountabilities Regular collaboration and coaching with the Group Head of HR Work with an organisation whose HR team is truly valued Support the Group Head HR with HR initiatives and projects (incl. workplace safety) Advise and coach managers using generalist knowledge across all areas of the employee life cyclesKey RequirementsPrevious experience working across the employee life cycle Ability to forge strong relationships with employees and managementBroad knowledge of Awards, Employment Law and RegulationsWhat to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV or 0435 282 160.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$61,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. The RoleAs an part-time administration all-rounder working 3 days per week your duties will be fairly varied including:Photocopying, filing, sending out documents and records keepingMonth End reconciliation and financial adminData entry and creation of reportsFacilitate payroll and superannuation paymentsAd hoc support to the team Experience/Qualifications RequiredThe successful candidate would be a self-motivated, proactive employee who can work independently.5 years experience in a similar roleExceptional communication skills, both written and verbalAbility to work independently and as part of a teamStrong attention to detailProficient in MS Office and MYOB How to applyIf this sounds like a position that you would be interested in and you meet the criteria please apply via the link online. Any questions please contact lara.drinnan@randstad.com.au
      The CompanyAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. The RoleAs an part-time administration all-rounder working 3 days per week your duties will be fairly varied including:Photocopying, filing, sending out documents and records keepingMonth End reconciliation and financial adminData entry and creation of reportsFacilitate payroll and superannuation paymentsAd hoc support to the team Experience/Qualifications RequiredThe successful candidate would be a self-motivated, proactive employee who can work independently.5 years experience in a similar roleExceptional communication skills, both written and verbalAbility to work independently and as part of a teamStrong attention to detailProficient in MS Office and MYOB How to applyIf this sounds like a position that you would be interested in and you meet the criteria please apply via the link online. Any questions please contact lara.drinnan@randstad.com.au
      • potts point, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are currently searching for multiple Mechanical Fitters for a long term project based at Garden Island, Potts Point. Successful candidates must be a qualified Mechanical Fitter, and are willing to see out the project. What's on offer?Great working full time hours, with plenty of overtime available.Day shift $50 p/h + overtime penalties Reputable large, well established companyOpportunity to work on defence projectProject start date ASAP Job RequirementsMust be a qualified Fitter or similarValid Work rights to work in AustraliaMust have experience within Mechanical Fitting Must be willing to potentially use public transport as it may be difficult to find parking. Must have a Police Check or be willing to obtain Ability to follow directions and to work independently or part of a teamMust be physically fit and be able to potentially work in confined spacesPositive attitude towards safetyGood communication and time management skills This position is available immediately, therefore, we encourage you to apply today and submit your application before this exciting opportunity is filled.To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to kevin.johnston@randstad.com.au or call Kevin on 0427 254 553.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are currently searching for multiple Mechanical Fitters for a long term project based at Garden Island, Potts Point. Successful candidates must be a qualified Mechanical Fitter, and are willing to see out the project. What's on offer?Great working full time hours, with plenty of overtime available.Day shift $50 p/h + overtime penalties Reputable large, well established companyOpportunity to work on defence projectProject start date ASAP Job RequirementsMust be a qualified Fitter or similarValid Work rights to work in AustraliaMust have experience within Mechanical Fitting Must be willing to potentially use public transport as it may be difficult to find parking. Must have a Police Check or be willing to obtain Ability to follow directions and to work independently or part of a teamMust be physically fit and be able to potentially work in confined spacesPositive attitude towards safetyGood communication and time management skills This position is available immediately, therefore, we encourage you to apply today and submit your application before this exciting opportunity is filled.To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to kevin.johnston@randstad.com.au or call Kevin on 0427 254 553.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.
      • potts point, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$40,000 - AU$60,000 per year
      • full-time
      Your new companyA colourful, diverse and passionate Public Relations agency, driven by the success for their clients, their team and their community networks. They work across some of the most exciting activations and festivals in the country and manage unique creatives including musicians, bar and restaurant owners, artists, tour managers, alcohol, fashion designers, beauty and events both locally and globally. This agency also has a People + Planet division which allows them to give back to the community and sees us working across both local and global events with sustainability, culture, diversity and human rights as a driving force.Your new roleDay to day you will have guidance from a Lifestyle Senior, as well as the agency Public Relations Director who are looking to take on and mentor the right candidate. The role assists in all aspects of the management of clients accounts and will work efficiently to fulfil required media and client support activities.An innate passion and interest across hospitality, travel, music and art is essential and they are looking for someone who has a great attitude and will work collaboratively with the wider team.Key Duties:Providing support to the lifestyle team across all key accountsAssisting team with key comms to media and influencers on a day to day basisDeveloping and providing feedback on the Australian media landscape throughout print, broadcast, digital and social mediaCoordinating media requests such as client interviews and photo opportunities where appropriateAttending shoots, interviews and filming where appropriateA comprehensive knowledge of each client, their competitors and the industry (music, art, travel and hospitality) as a whole and providing feedback to the greater teamFulfilling editorial briefs accuratelyDrafting copy for media materials including press releases, pitch emails and newslettersContributing creative ideas for events, creative mailers and pitchesYour skills and experienceOne to two years experience in Public RelationsOutstanding written and verbal communicationsStrong creative and influencer contactsBroad knowledge of clients, media landscape, key media contacts and industry figuresExperience in developing relationships with clients, media and influencersGenuine interest in lifestyle and pursuing a career in public relationsYour benefitsWork/life balance- We encourage and support flexibility.Great culture- Our close-knit team is fun and friendly with social events.Location- Our head office is located in Potts Point.Events- Load of events including festivals, music, restaurants, travel. Your next stepIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to olivia.pobjie@randstad.com.au or call me now on 0456757930 to discuss your next role.If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact me for a confidential discussion about your career. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Your new companyA colourful, diverse and passionate Public Relations agency, driven by the success for their clients, their team and their community networks. They work across some of the most exciting activations and festivals in the country and manage unique creatives including musicians, bar and restaurant owners, artists, tour managers, alcohol, fashion designers, beauty and events both locally and globally. This agency also has a People + Planet division which allows them to give back to the community and sees us working across both local and global events with sustainability, culture, diversity and human rights as a driving force.Your new roleDay to day you will have guidance from a Lifestyle Senior, as well as the agency Public Relations Director who are looking to take on and mentor the right candidate. The role assists in all aspects of the management of clients accounts and will work efficiently to fulfil required media and client support activities.An innate passion and interest across hospitality, travel, music and art is essential and they are looking for someone who has a great attitude and will work collaboratively with the wider team.Key Duties:Providing support to the lifestyle team across all key accountsAssisting team with key comms to media and influencers on a day to day basisDeveloping and providing feedback on the Australian media landscape throughout print, broadcast, digital and social mediaCoordinating media requests such as client interviews and photo opportunities where appropriateAttending shoots, interviews and filming where appropriateA comprehensive knowledge of each client, their competitors and the industry (music, art, travel and hospitality) as a whole and providing feedback to the greater teamFulfilling editorial briefs accuratelyDrafting copy for media materials including press releases, pitch emails and newslettersContributing creative ideas for events, creative mailers and pitchesYour skills and experienceOne to two years experience in Public RelationsOutstanding written and verbal communicationsStrong creative and influencer contactsBroad knowledge of clients, media landscape, key media contacts and industry figuresExperience in developing relationships with clients, media and influencersGenuine interest in lifestyle and pursuing a career in public relationsYour benefitsWork/life balance- We encourage and support flexibility.Great culture- Our close-knit team is fun and friendly with social events.Location- Our head office is located in Potts Point.Events- Load of events including festivals, music, restaurants, travel. Your next stepIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to olivia.pobjie@randstad.com.au or call me now on 0456757930 to discuss your next role.If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact me for a confidential discussion about your career. 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.
      • mascot, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000, per year, + super
      • full-time
      Your New Company/Role:As a progressive accounting firm/professional practice that provides accounting and taxation services along with providing advice to a diverse range of clients.My client is looking for an experienced Tax Accountant/Business Services Accountant to join their growing team, due to their remarkable track record and growth in their business. This is a permanent full time role. About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:A work environment that is supportive as well as encourages professional growth to aid in your career progression, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Work closely with a partner and assist in the supervision and training of other team members.Prepare and review Financial Statements and Tax Returns for Individuals, Partnerships, Trusts and CompaniesPrepare and review Business Activity StatementsPrepare, review and analyze Management Financial StatementsPrepare and review year-end tax planning reportsHave a sound understanding of Income Tax, GST and Capital Gains Tax Ideal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has experience within professional practice and has proven business service/taxation experience. You will also bring:Bachelors in Accounting/Finance or similar areaCommenced or completed CPA/CA/IPA qualification3 years and more prior experience within an accounting public practice/another firm is MANDATORYExperience using Handisoft, SAGE, Microsoft Office & Teams, MYOB or XERO Exposure to Bookkeeping - Single Touch Payroll (STP) (ideal but not mandatory)Ability to work autonomously and handle work with accountabilityStrong communication skills (verbal & written) and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders Problem solverBenefitsCompetitive salary; $70,000 - $90,000 + super (based on experience)Mascot location Permanent full time positionGreat opportunity for career progressionBased onsite (flexibility can be discussed if there is a need for it) If you have the required skills needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. *Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to the high volume of applications* At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Your New Company/Role:As a progressive accounting firm/professional practice that provides accounting and taxation services along with providing advice to a diverse range of clients.My client is looking for an experienced Tax Accountant/Business Services Accountant to join their growing team, due to their remarkable track record and growth in their business. This is a permanent full time role. About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:A work environment that is supportive as well as encourages professional growth to aid in your career progression, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Work closely with a partner and assist in the supervision and training of other team members.Prepare and review Financial Statements and Tax Returns for Individuals, Partnerships, Trusts and CompaniesPrepare and review Business Activity StatementsPrepare, review and analyze Management Financial StatementsPrepare and review year-end tax planning reportsHave a sound understanding of Income Tax, GST and Capital Gains Tax Ideal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has experience within professional practice and has proven business service/taxation experience. You will also bring:Bachelors in Accounting/Finance or similar areaCommenced or completed CPA/CA/IPA qualification3 years and more prior experience within an accounting public practice/another firm is MANDATORYExperience using Handisoft, SAGE, Microsoft Office & Teams, MYOB or XERO Exposure to Bookkeeping - Single Touch Payroll (STP) (ideal but not mandatory)Ability to work autonomously and handle work with accountabilityStrong communication skills (verbal & written) and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders Problem solverBenefitsCompetitive salary; $70,000 - $90,000 + super (based on experience)Mascot location Permanent full time positionGreat opportunity for career progressionBased onsite (flexibility can be discussed if there is a need for it) If you have the required skills needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. *Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to the high volume of applications* 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.
      • mascot, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Customer Service SpecialistYour new companyJoin one of Australia’s award-winning customer-owned banks in pursuing their purpose of becoming the financial services provider their customers value the most. Being strongly driven by their values, this leading bank exists for the benefit of its customers and community, not for making profit for the benefit of shareholders. Everything they do is designed with the customer at heart.Your new roleConsider yourself a great listener and communicator with a passion to help people? Then this role is for you! As a Customer Service Specialist your main contribution will be to provide valuable telephone assistance to members with their enquiries and to actively promote the products and services of this organisation. Some of your responsibilities will include:Provide quality, professional customer service always ensuring sensitivity, confidentiality and integrity is maintained Educating members about different products and services offered by the organisation and generating quality leadsProvide accurate information and guidance via phone, email and web chat Undertake outbound calling to members and prospects related to products, services and campaign offeringsProvide general clerical support to the Contract Centre as required Actively identify opportunities and cross sell the organisation’s products and servicesYour skills and experienceIdeally you will have previous contact centre experience - any banking & financial services sales experience will make you stand outYou pride yourself on your ability to empathise with people and delivering great solutions to themYou are proficient using the office suite and don’t shy away from mathematical conceptsYou have the natural ability and desire to help others and are passionate about providing excellent serviceYour benefitsGreat flexibility - you will be on a rotating roster Mon - Sat which will give you flexible working hours to choose from to suit your needsYou will receive thorough training and ongoing support to develop at your own paceYou will join a company that is dedicated to their values, has collaborative teams and is one of the most inspiring environments in the banking industry to work forYou will love working with them!Your next stepDoes this sound like something you are interested in? If the answer is ‘Yes’ then we would love to hear from you!Simply click ‘Apply’ now and attach an updated copy of your CV, or if you have any questions and wish to have a conversation contact me on sinead.buckley@randstad.com.au or on 02 8298 3816.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.
      Customer Service SpecialistYour new companyJoin one of Australia’s award-winning customer-owned banks in pursuing their purpose of becoming the financial services provider their customers value the most. Being strongly driven by their values, this leading bank exists for the benefit of its customers and community, not for making profit for the benefit of shareholders. Everything they do is designed with the customer at heart.Your new roleConsider yourself a great listener and communicator with a passion to help people? Then this role is for you! As a Customer Service Specialist your main contribution will be to provide valuable telephone assistance to members with their enquiries and to actively promote the products and services of this organisation. Some of your responsibilities will include:Provide quality, professional customer service always ensuring sensitivity, confidentiality and integrity is maintained Educating members about different products and services offered by the organisation and generating quality leadsProvide accurate information and guidance via phone, email and web chat Undertake outbound calling to members and prospects related to products, services and campaign offeringsProvide general clerical support to the Contract Centre as required Actively identify opportunities and cross sell the organisation’s products and servicesYour skills and experienceIdeally you will have previous contact centre experience - any banking & financial services sales experience will make you stand outYou pride yourself on your ability to empathise with people and delivering great solutions to themYou are proficient using the office suite and don’t shy away from mathematical conceptsYou have the natural ability and desire to help others and are passionate about providing excellent serviceYour benefitsGreat flexibility - you will be on a rotating roster Mon - Sat which will give you flexible working hours to choose from to suit your needsYou will receive thorough training and ongoing support to develop at your own paceYou will join a company that is dedicated to their values, has collaborative teams and is one of the most inspiring environments in the banking industry to work forYou will love working with them!Your next stepDoes this sound like something you are interested in? If the answer is ‘Yes’ then we would love to hear from you!Simply click ‘Apply’ now and attach an updated copy of your CV, or if you have any questions and wish to have a conversation contact me on sinead.buckley@randstad.com.au or on 02 8298 3816.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.
      • mascot, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Customer Service SpecialistYour new companyJoin one of Australia’s award-winning customer-owned banks in pursuing their purpose of becoming the financial services provider their customers value the most. Being strongly driven by their values, this leading bank exists for the benefit of its customers and community, not for making profit for the benefit of shareholders. Everything they do is designed with the customer at heart.Your new roleConsider yourself a great listener and communicator with a passion to help people? Then this role is for you! As a Customer Service Specialist your main contribution will be to provide valuable telephone assistance to members with their enquiries and to actively promote the products and services of this organisation. Some of your responsibilities will include:Provide quality, professional customer service always ensuring sensitivity, confidentiality and integrity is maintained Educating members about different products and services offered by the organisation and generating quality leadsProvide accurate information and guidance via phone, email and web chat Undertake outbound calling to members and prospects related to products, services and campaign offeringsProvide general clerical support to the Contract Centre as required Actively identify opportunities and cross sell the organisation’s products and servicesYour skills and experienceIdeally you will have previous contact centre experience - any banking & financial services sales experience will make you stand outYou pride yourself on your ability to empathise with people and delivering great solutions to themYou are proficient using the office suite and don’t shy away from mathematical conceptsYou have the natural ability and desire to help others and are passionate about providing excellent serviceYour benefitsGreat flexibility - you will be on a rotating roster Mon - Sat which will give you flexible working hours to choose from to suit your needsYou will receive thorough training and ongoing support to develop at your own paceYou will join a company that is dedicated to their values, has collaborative teams and is one of the most inspiring environments in the banking industry to work forYou will love working with them!Your next stepDoes this sound like something you are interested in? If the answer is ‘Yes’ then we would love to hear from you!Simply click ‘Apply’ now and attach an updated copy of your CV, or if you have any questions and wish to have a conversation contact me on sinead.buckley@randstad.com.au or on 02 8298 3816.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.
      Customer Service SpecialistYour new companyJoin one of Australia’s award-winning customer-owned banks in pursuing their purpose of becoming the financial services provider their customers value the most. Being strongly driven by their values, this leading bank exists for the benefit of its customers and community, not for making profit for the benefit of shareholders. Everything they do is designed with the customer at heart.Your new roleConsider yourself a great listener and communicator with a passion to help people? Then this role is for you! As a Customer Service Specialist your main contribution will be to provide valuable telephone assistance to members with their enquiries and to actively promote the products and services of this organisation. Some of your responsibilities will include:Provide quality, professional customer service always ensuring sensitivity, confidentiality and integrity is maintained Educating members about different products and services offered by the organisation and generating quality leadsProvide accurate information and guidance via phone, email and web chat Undertake outbound calling to members and prospects related to products, services and campaign offeringsProvide general clerical support to the Contract Centre as required Actively identify opportunities and cross sell the organisation’s products and servicesYour skills and experienceIdeally you will have previous contact centre experience - any banking & financial services sales experience will make you stand outYou pride yourself on your ability to empathise with people and delivering great solutions to themYou are proficient using the office suite and don’t shy away from mathematical conceptsYou have the natural ability and desire to help others and are passionate about providing excellent serviceYour benefitsGreat flexibility - you will be on a rotating roster Mon - Sat which will give you flexible working hours to choose from to suit your needsYou will receive thorough training and ongoing support to develop at your own paceYou will join a company that is dedicated to their values, has collaborative teams and is one of the most inspiring environments in the banking industry to work forYou will love working with them!Your next stepDoes this sound like something you are interested in? If the answer is ‘Yes’ then we would love to hear from you!Simply click ‘Apply’ now and attach an updated copy of your CV, or if you have any questions and wish to have a conversation contact me on sinead.buckley@randstad.com.au or on 02 8298 3816.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      BRAND NEW centre! Work in brand new, highly resourced facilitiesPermanent part-time opportunity - 2 days per week!Above award wages + salary packagingThe Centre This BRAND NEW 60 place non-for-profit child care service based in Rosebery is searching for a part-time ECT to work 2 days a week, 8hr shifts on Thursday and Friday (days can be flexible). You will have the chance to work for a rapidly growing non-for-profit network of services that provide high quality care for children and have a great workplace culture. The centre has brand new facilities and is highly resourced making your role all that easier! They are located where public transport is easily accessible and shops are close by. You will be flexible to work across a rotating roster from 7:00am – 6:00pm The Position:As an ECT, you will be responsible to:Create and maintain meaningful and positive relationships with children and familiesCreate and/or implement the educational program for your room through intentional activities, an extension of spontaneous activities and interests and family inputWork alongside and collaboratively with other educators and leaders within the service to ensure successful learning outcomes for childrenAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to ensure the service is complain as well as assist in achieving a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&R Benefits of joining the team:Above award wages + salary packaging (making your take home salary more!) Permanet part-time opportunikty - great work-life balance Great workplace culture with a supportive CM and HR TeamWork for a non-for-profit, rapidly growing organisationClose to public transport and shops BRAND NEW Modern and well resourced childcare service About youTo be successful in this position you must have:Bachelor in Early Childhood Education and Care OR an ACECQA equivalent qualification. New graduates welcome! NESA accreditationA current Working with Children’s Check Current first-aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainStrong knowledge of EYLF and NQS practices If you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200 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.
      BRAND NEW centre! Work in brand new, highly resourced facilitiesPermanent part-time opportunity - 2 days per week!Above award wages + salary packagingThe Centre This BRAND NEW 60 place non-for-profit child care service based in Rosebery is searching for a part-time ECT to work 2 days a week, 8hr shifts on Thursday and Friday (days can be flexible). You will have the chance to work for a rapidly growing non-for-profit network of services that provide high quality care for children and have a great workplace culture. The centre has brand new facilities and is highly resourced making your role all that easier! They are located where public transport is easily accessible and shops are close by. You will be flexible to work across a rotating roster from 7:00am – 6:00pm The Position:As an ECT, you will be responsible to:Create and maintain meaningful and positive relationships with children and familiesCreate and/or implement the educational program for your room through intentional activities, an extension of spontaneous activities and interests and family inputWork alongside and collaboratively with other educators and leaders within the service to ensure successful learning outcomes for childrenAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to ensure the service is complain as well as assist in achieving a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&R Benefits of joining the team:Above award wages + salary packaging (making your take home salary more!) Permanet part-time opportunikty - great work-life balance Great workplace culture with a supportive CM and HR TeamWork for a non-for-profit, rapidly growing organisationClose to public transport and shops BRAND NEW Modern and well resourced childcare service About youTo be successful in this position you must have:Bachelor in Early Childhood Education and Care OR an ACECQA equivalent qualification. New graduates welcome! NESA accreditationA current Working with Children’s Check Current first-aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainStrong knowledge of EYLF and NQS practices If you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.auNot for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200 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.
      • mascot, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Position SummaryJoin this leading construction company as they deliver a $2.6B project for Sydney motorways.Working within the broader HR team, you will assist the business with HR initiatives across the full employee life cycle. Within this role, you will gain exposure and support management across all HR functions, including performance management and HRIS management. This is an exciting role for someone looking to partner with an organisation that works on some big projects and progress their HR career whilst working within a supportive team environment. This is a 12 Month FTC with the opportunity to go permanent. Key ResponsibilitiesBe a part of a supportive team that will assist you in your professional developmentWork closely with the Project HR Manager across multiple HR functions Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholdersKey RequirementsHR Degree qualification or equivalent experience1 - 2+ years working HR experienceStrong relationship building and communication skills What to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV. 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.
      Position SummaryJoin this leading construction company as they deliver a $2.6B project for Sydney motorways.Working within the broader HR team, you will assist the business with HR initiatives across the full employee life cycle. Within this role, you will gain exposure and support management across all HR functions, including performance management and HRIS management. This is an exciting role for someone looking to partner with an organisation that works on some big projects and progress their HR career whilst working within a supportive team environment. This is a 12 Month FTC with the opportunity to go permanent. Key ResponsibilitiesBe a part of a supportive team that will assist you in your professional developmentWork closely with the Project HR Manager across multiple HR functions Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholdersKey RequirementsHR Degree qualification or equivalent experience1 - 2+ years working HR experienceStrong relationship building and communication skills What to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Whether you are an experienced Teacher, or recently qualified and looking to enter the industry, Randstad is able to connect you with some of the industries biggest organisations, as well as lovely local centres.With some organisations offering great discounts and visa sponsorship, Randstad Education is able to assist you in taking the pressure off of applying for opportunities by:Presenting your CV directly to the decision maker within the desired organisationAssisting you with finding centres/brands that align with your teaching styles Organising interviews Obtaining feedback on your application Collating work rights documents, checking that references are suitable, and following up any other documents with employerNegotiating pay rates and contract conditions If you would like to have a further chat around what else Randstad may be able to assist with, feel free to chat to a consultant.Kiera.Smith@randstad.com.au | 08 9320 1682Chat service: https://www.messenger.com/t/129513080433368/?messaging_source=source:pages:message_shortlinkOur 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.
      Whether you are an experienced Teacher, or recently qualified and looking to enter the industry, Randstad is able to connect you with some of the industries biggest organisations, as well as lovely local centres.With some organisations offering great discounts and visa sponsorship, Randstad Education is able to assist you in taking the pressure off of applying for opportunities by:Presenting your CV directly to the decision maker within the desired organisationAssisting you with finding centres/brands that align with your teaching styles Organising interviews Obtaining feedback on your application Collating work rights documents, checking that references are suitable, and following up any other documents with employerNegotiating pay rates and contract conditions If you would like to have a further chat around what else Randstad may be able to assist with, feel free to chat to a consultant.Kiera.Smith@randstad.com.au | 08 9320 1682Chat service: https://www.messenger.com/t/129513080433368/?messaging_source=source:pages:message_shortlinkOur 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$25.00 - AU$30.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Exceeding, not-for-profit serviceCompetitive salary packageFantastic training and development opportunityThe CentreA lovely, not-for-profit and EXCEEDING 120 place service located in Double Bay is looking for a Certificate III or Diploma Educator to join their team to work alongside a team of dedicated and passionate educators. The service is also looking for a Room Leader to join their team and fantastic training and development will be provided if you have not had prior Room Leader experience.The centre has spacious outdoor areas and interactive indoor spaces which are purpose-built to align with the Early Years Learning Framework and the service follows a play-based approach to children's learning, with resources provided to enable all sensory interactions. The centre is conveniently located near the best local shops, cafes and community services and is a short 10 minute walk from Edgecliffe station or a reserved Centre Manager parking spot is also provided. The centre is open from Monday to Friday, 7:00am - 6:00pm.The RoleAs a Certificate III or Diploma Trained Educator your responsibilities will include:Assisting and working alongside the Room Leader to implement programming leading to successful learning outcomes for the childrenCommunicate positively with the children and familiesEstablish, nurture and foster collaborative partnerships with families and communities to achieve quality learning and development outcomes for childrenBe reliable, respectful and work constructively with your colleagues and other professionals Develop and maintain high quality documentation and teaching methodsAs the Room Leader of the role your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:Motivating and leading a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceEstablishing, nurturing and fostering strong and inclusive relationships with children to achieve quality learning and development outcomesBuilding a supportive relationship with families to allow for honest and open communication of expectations and needsAssisting in ensuring high quality practices and procedures are being met according to the NQSEnsuring the inclusion and support of all children’s learning abilities Benefits of the RoleSpace to be creative and inspire others in a rewarding and empowering roleCompetitive above award wagesMonthly RDO’s availableWork at an Exceeding and not-for-profit serviceCareer growth, development and training opportunitiesChildcare Discounts availableAbout YouTo be successful in this position you must have:Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education or ACECQA assessed equivalentCurrent Senior First Aid and CPR CertificateCurrent Anaphylaxis and Asthma ManagerA current Working with Children’s Check Great communication, leadership and management skillsPrior experience as a Centre Manager (preferred)If you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.au. Tel: 02 8238 0200
      Exceeding, not-for-profit serviceCompetitive salary packageFantastic training and development opportunityThe CentreA lovely, not-for-profit and EXCEEDING 120 place service located in Double Bay is looking for a Certificate III or Diploma Educator to join their team to work alongside a team of dedicated and passionate educators. The service is also looking for a Room Leader to join their team and fantastic training and development will be provided if you have not had prior Room Leader experience.The centre has spacious outdoor areas and interactive indoor spaces which are purpose-built to align with the Early Years Learning Framework and the service follows a play-based approach to children's learning, with resources provided to enable all sensory interactions. The centre is conveniently located near the best local shops, cafes and community services and is a short 10 minute walk from Edgecliffe station or a reserved Centre Manager parking spot is also provided. The centre is open from Monday to Friday, 7:00am - 6:00pm.The RoleAs a Certificate III or Diploma Trained Educator your responsibilities will include:Assisting and working alongside the Room Leader to implement programming leading to successful learning outcomes for the childrenCommunicate positively with the children and familiesEstablish, nurture and foster collaborative partnerships with families and communities to achieve quality learning and development outcomes for childrenBe reliable, respectful and work constructively with your colleagues and other professionals Develop and maintain high quality documentation and teaching methodsAs the Room Leader of the role your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:Motivating and leading a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceEstablishing, nurturing and fostering strong and inclusive relationships with children to achieve quality learning and development outcomesBuilding a supportive relationship with families to allow for honest and open communication of expectations and needsAssisting in ensuring high quality practices and procedures are being met according to the NQSEnsuring the inclusion and support of all children’s learning abilities Benefits of the RoleSpace to be creative and inspire others in a rewarding and empowering roleCompetitive above award wagesMonthly RDO’s availableWork at an Exceeding and not-for-profit serviceCareer growth, development and training opportunitiesChildcare Discounts availableAbout YouTo be successful in this position you must have:Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education or ACECQA assessed equivalentCurrent Senior First Aid and CPR CertificateCurrent Anaphylaxis and Asthma ManagerA current Working with Children’s Check Great communication, leadership and management skillsPrior experience as a Centre Manager (preferred)If you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.au. Tel: 02 8238 0200
      • ingleburn, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$30 - AU$37 per year
      • full-time
      This is an opportunity for an experienced highreach forklift driver in an electronics warehouse. We have day, afternoon and night shifts on offer. You will be joining a fantastic team, working in a multi purpose warehouse environment, located in Ingleburn. Day shift is 5:30am-1:30pm, afternoon is 2pm-10pm and night shift is 10pm-5:30am. The roleMoving goods around the warehousePick and packing of ordersForklift operationsGeneral hand when requiredRF scanningTo apply you will need A current LF licence and previous experience in a similar forklift operator role loading and unloading trucks and shelving.A valid Forklift licence (LF)storeperson, warehouse, logistics,experience an advantagePrevious experience loading/unloading trucksphysically fit and able to do manual tasksBe able to pass a police checkIn return Working for Randstad comes with benefits which you can access from the start of your contract.Multiple pay runs, to ensure you are paid on-timeSpecial offers for phone plans, private healthcare and financial servicesDiscounts from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more.Apply now Ready to apply? Send your resume via the apply button. If you don’t have access to your CV right now, email hurstville@randstad.com.au and provide details of your relevant experience, forklift driver licenses or call us on 9504 3700.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This is an opportunity for an experienced highreach forklift driver in an electronics warehouse. We have day, afternoon and night shifts on offer. You will be joining a fantastic team, working in a multi purpose warehouse environment, located in Ingleburn. Day shift is 5:30am-1:30pm, afternoon is 2pm-10pm and night shift is 10pm-5:30am. The roleMoving goods around the warehousePick and packing of ordersForklift operationsGeneral hand when requiredRF scanningTo apply you will need A current LF licence and previous experience in a similar forklift operator role loading and unloading trucks and shelving.A valid Forklift licence (LF)storeperson, warehouse, logistics,experience an advantagePrevious experience loading/unloading trucksphysically fit and able to do manual tasksBe able to pass a police checkIn return Working for Randstad comes with benefits which you can access from the start of your contract.Multiple pay runs, to ensure you are paid on-timeSpecial offers for phone plans, private healthcare and financial servicesDiscounts from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more.Apply now Ready to apply? Send your resume via the apply button. If you don’t have access to your CV right now, email hurstville@randstad.com.au and provide details of your relevant experience, forklift driver licenses or call us on 9504 3700.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.
      • randwick, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$23.00 - AU$28.00, per hour, PAID 1.25 hour break + RDO’s
      • full-time
      PAID 1.25 hour break, RDO’s & above award salaryExceeding centre in all quality areasLow staff turnover - well established teamThe Centre This EXCEEDING non-for-profit child care service based in Randwick is searching for new staff to join them in the new year. 2 x Cert III permanent roles are available; set shifts of 8:30am-4:30am each day OR full-time working on a rotating roster OR . Your role will be to work a floating educator supporting all areas of the centre. The centre has a very low staff turnover and it’s the chance to join a strong team who are highly dedicated to providing the best quality of education which is why they are exceeding in all areas. You will be implementing a high quality program in collaboration with other educators. They are located in a busy part of Randwick where public transport is easily accessible and shops are close by. You will be flexible to work across a rotating roster from 6:45am - 6:00pm.The Position:As a Cert III you will be responsible to:Create and maintain a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environmentCreate and maintain meaningful and positive relationships with children and familiesCreate and/or implement the educational program for your room through intentional activities, an extension of spontaneous activities and interests and family inputWok alongside and collaboratively with other educators and leaders within the service to ensure successful learning outcomes for childrenAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to ensure the service is complain as well as assist in achieving a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RBenefits of joining the team:Above award ratesPAID 1.25 hour breaks (1hr lunch and 15 minute tea break) RDO’s every monthWork for a non-for-profit, EXCEEDING organisationHigh ratio, low staff turnoverClose to public transport and shops Great maternity leave programAbout youTo be successful in this position you must have:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care OR an ACECQA equivalent qualification. New graduates welcome! A current Working with Children’s Check Current first-aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.au.Not for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200
      PAID 1.25 hour break, RDO’s & above award salaryExceeding centre in all quality areasLow staff turnover - well established teamThe Centre This EXCEEDING non-for-profit child care service based in Randwick is searching for new staff to join them in the new year. 2 x Cert III permanent roles are available; set shifts of 8:30am-4:30am each day OR full-time working on a rotating roster OR . Your role will be to work a floating educator supporting all areas of the centre. The centre has a very low staff turnover and it’s the chance to join a strong team who are highly dedicated to providing the best quality of education which is why they are exceeding in all areas. You will be implementing a high quality program in collaboration with other educators. They are located in a busy part of Randwick where public transport is easily accessible and shops are close by. You will be flexible to work across a rotating roster from 6:45am - 6:00pm.The Position:As a Cert III you will be responsible to:Create and maintain a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environmentCreate and maintain meaningful and positive relationships with children and familiesCreate and/or implement the educational program for your room through intentional activities, an extension of spontaneous activities and interests and family inputWok alongside and collaboratively with other educators and leaders within the service to ensure successful learning outcomes for childrenAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to ensure the service is complain as well as assist in achieving a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RBenefits of joining the team:Above award ratesPAID 1.25 hour breaks (1hr lunch and 15 minute tea break) RDO’s every monthWork for a non-for-profit, EXCEEDING organisationHigh ratio, low staff turnoverClose to public transport and shops Great maternity leave programAbout youTo be successful in this position you must have:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care OR an ACECQA equivalent qualification. New graduates welcome! A current Working with Children’s Check Current first-aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.au.Not for you? Please contact me via for a confidential conversation about additional roles I can help you withTel: 02 8238 0200
      • banksmeadow, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$50,000 - AU$70,000, per year, super + annual bonus + discounts
      • full-time
      Your New CompanyThis is an exclusive opportunity to join an FMCG business located in beautifully renovated offices in Banksmeadow. This company is globally regarded for their high end products, impeccable customer service and amazing work culture. Your New RoleAs the Customer Service Representative, you will be responsible for providing administrative and customer service support to inbound calling customers. You will be reporting directly into the Customer Services Manager, who is highly regarded within the business for their friendly and supportive management style.Your Main Responsibilities Delivering a high level of customer serviceConsulting customers with product information Dealing with inbound enquiries from customersInforming customers of unforeseen delays or problemsAttending workshops for new product launches and demonstrations Your Company BenefitsBonus based on performanceStaff discounts on products Laptop and headset provided Free parking is available on site in BanksmeadowJoin an established business offering career progressionWork for a well-know appliances brand recognised worldwideFlexibility to work from home after the initial training period Successful team with a common goal to provide a fantastic service Your ExperiencePrevious experience in Customer Service, Call Centre, Complaints, Disputes, Inside Sales or Customer CareA friendly and can do attitudeIf you feel this role sounds like you please click APPLY NOW or email ellie.perkins@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.
      Your New CompanyThis is an exclusive opportunity to join an FMCG business located in beautifully renovated offices in Banksmeadow. This company is globally regarded for their high end products, impeccable customer service and amazing work culture. Your New RoleAs the Customer Service Representative, you will be responsible for providing administrative and customer service support to inbound calling customers. You will be reporting directly into the Customer Services Manager, who is highly regarded within the business for their friendly and supportive management style.Your Main Responsibilities Delivering a high level of customer serviceConsulting customers with product information Dealing with inbound enquiries from customersInforming customers of unforeseen delays or problemsAttending workshops for new product launches and demonstrations Your Company BenefitsBonus based on performanceStaff discounts on products Laptop and headset provided Free parking is available on site in BanksmeadowJoin an established business offering career progressionWork for a well-know appliances brand recognised worldwideFlexibility to work from home after the initial training period Successful team with a common goal to provide a fantastic service Your ExperiencePrevious experience in Customer Service, Call Centre, Complaints, Disputes, Inside Sales or Customer CareA friendly and can do attitudeIf you feel this role sounds like you please click APPLY NOW or email ellie.perkins@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.
      • banksmeadow, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$75,000, per year, Super + Product Discount
      • full-time
      Our Client This is your exclusive opportunity to join one of Australia’s most prestigious FMCG business located in beautifully modern offices in Botany. The company is highly regarded in the market due to their well-known brand, innovative and high quality products and the impeccable customer service they provide to their customers. The Role As the Sales Administrator, you will be responsible for maintaining a general point of contact for internal and external customers and your duties will include:Providing a high level of customer service to customersAnswering customer and client queries regarding productsProcessing sales orders into the databaseUpdating customer details in the systemProviding order updates and aftercare to customersManaging stock levels of productsThe BenefitsWork for a renowned FMCG brand in the marketJoin a collaborative, supportive and fun team cultureOngoing learning and development opportunitiesAmazing company discounts and more!Located in the heart of Botany, close to public transportAbout YouPrevious Reception, Administration, Administrator, Sales Coordinator, Sales Administrator, Sales Support, Customer Service, Administration, Order Fulfillment or Order Processing experienceWarm and friendly communication styleNext Steps If this sounds like you, APPLY NOW, or for more information email Beth.dargan@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our Client This is your exclusive opportunity to join one of Australia’s most prestigious FMCG business located in beautifully modern offices in Botany. The company is highly regarded in the market due to their well-known brand, innovative and high quality products and the impeccable customer service they provide to their customers. The Role As the Sales Administrator, you will be responsible for maintaining a general point of contact for internal and external customers and your duties will include:Providing a high level of customer service to customersAnswering customer and client queries regarding productsProcessing sales orders into the databaseUpdating customer details in the systemProviding order updates and aftercare to customersManaging stock levels of productsThe BenefitsWork for a renowned FMCG brand in the marketJoin a collaborative, supportive and fun team cultureOngoing learning and development opportunitiesAmazing company discounts and more!Located in the heart of Botany, close to public transportAbout YouPrevious Reception, Administration, Administrator, Sales Coordinator, Sales Administrator, Sales Support, Customer Service, Administration, Order Fulfillment or Order Processing experienceWarm and friendly communication styleNext Steps If this sounds like you, APPLY NOW, or for more information email Beth.dargan@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$117,000, per year, based on accreditation
      • full-time
      Classroom Teacher - MathematicsRandstad Education is working exclusively with an innovative Top Independent School in Eastern Sydney. This opportunity sees you joining a dynamic and experienced team where it’s global learners and leaders are nurtured, challenged and inspired to serve and shape our world with courage, curiosity, creativity and compassion.About Your New Role:This opportunity is for a Mathematics teacher looking to join an experienced team. The role is an integral part of the School’s teaching and learning programme and you will work with the School’s Leadership team to lead and deliver exemplary educational experiences, within MathematicsEducational Program ImplementationStudent DevelopmentTeam Player and Key Stakeholder ExperienceCompliance and Relationship DrivenWhat You Need to Succeed:As a successful teacher within the team, you will have experience in the delivery of educational programming in an array of classrooms coordinating and maximising student learning outcomes. Diverse Learning RoleLong Term DevelopmentLead through Collaboration and FeedbackPassion for Boutique Style EducationNESA Registration (or ability to obtain)Working with Children's CheckWhat You Get In Return:Beautiful School GroundsGenerous RemunerationWork with like-minded peopleSupportive & Holistic Onboarding ProgramWork with an School that lives and breathes its’ valuesYour New Organisation:Your new School is one that believes in the true potential of every student and the importance of nurturing and inspiring it’s leaders of the future. It is well known for its high academic standards and rich tradition in the Western Sydney community.Prestigious Independent School Collaborative Welcoming Team Culture and CommunityReady to find out more?Email your CV to winnie.liu@randstad.com.au or call Winnie on (02) 8238 0240 for a confidential discussion. No CV? No problem, simply send me an email or give me a call today!
      Classroom Teacher - MathematicsRandstad Education is working exclusively with an innovative Top Independent School in Eastern Sydney. This opportunity sees you joining a dynamic and experienced team where it’s global learners and leaders are nurtured, challenged and inspired to serve and shape our world with courage, curiosity, creativity and compassion.About Your New Role:This opportunity is for a Mathematics teacher looking to join an experienced team. The role is an integral part of the School’s teaching and learning programme and you will work with the School’s Leadership team to lead and deliver exemplary educational experiences, within MathematicsEducational Program ImplementationStudent DevelopmentTeam Player and Key Stakeholder ExperienceCompliance and Relationship DrivenWhat You Need to Succeed:As a successful teacher within the team, you will have experience in the delivery of educational programming in an array of classrooms coordinating and maximising student learning outcomes. Diverse Learning RoleLong Term DevelopmentLead through Collaboration and FeedbackPassion for Boutique Style EducationNESA Registration (or ability to obtain)Working with Children's CheckWhat You Get In Return:Beautiful School GroundsGenerous RemunerationWork with like-minded peopleSupportive & Holistic Onboarding ProgramWork with an School that lives and breathes its’ valuesYour New Organisation:Your new School is one that believes in the true potential of every student and the importance of nurturing and inspiring it’s leaders of the future. It is well known for its high academic standards and rich tradition in the Western Sydney community.Prestigious Independent School Collaborative Welcoming Team Culture and CommunityReady to find out more?Email your CV to winnie.liu@randstad.com.au or call Winnie on (02) 8238 0240 for a confidential discussion. No CV? No problem, simply send me an email or give me a call today!
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$117,000, per year, based on accreditation
      • full-time
      Classroom Teacher - MathematicsRandstad Education is working exclusively with an innovative Top Independent School in Eastern Sydney. This opportunity sees you joining a dynamic and experienced team where it’s global learners and leaders are nurtured, challenged and inspired to serve and shape our world with courage, curiosity, creativity and compassion. You will be teaching students in Stages 4 - 6.About Your New Role:This opportunity is for a Mathematics teacher looking to join an experienced team. The role is an integral part of the School’s teaching and learning programme and you will work with the School’s Leadership team to lead and deliver exemplary educational experiences, within Mathematics:Educational Program ImplementationStudent DevelopmentTeam Player and Key Stakeholder ExperienceCompliance and Relationship DrivenWhat You Need to Succeed:As a successful teacher within the team, you will have experience in the delivery of educational programming in an array of classrooms coordinating and maximising student learning outcomes. Diverse Learning RoleLong Term DevelopmentLead through Collaboration and FeedbackPassion for Boutique Style EducationNESA Registration (or ability to obtain)Working with Children's CheckWhat You Get In Return:Beautiful School GroundsGenerous RemunerationWork with like-minded peopleSupportive & Holistic Onboarding ProgramWork with an School that lives and breathes its’ valuesYour New Organisation:Your new School is one that believes in the true potential of every student and the importance of nurturing and inspiring it’s leaders of the future. It is well known for its high academic standards and rich tradition in the Western Sydney community.Prestigious Independent School Collaborative Welcoming Team Culture and CommunityReady to find out more?Email your CV to winnie.liu@randstad.com.au or call Winnie on (02) 8238 0240 for a confidential discussion. No CV? No problem, simply send me an email or give me a call today!
      Classroom Teacher - MathematicsRandstad Education is working exclusively with an innovative Top Independent School in Eastern Sydney. This opportunity sees you joining a dynamic and experienced team where it’s global learners and leaders are nurtured, challenged and inspired to serve and shape our world with courage, curiosity, creativity and compassion. You will be teaching students in Stages 4 - 6.About Your New Role:This opportunity is for a Mathematics teacher looking to join an experienced team. The role is an integral part of the School’s teaching and learning programme and you will work with the School’s Leadership team to lead and deliver exemplary educational experiences, within Mathematics:Educational Program ImplementationStudent DevelopmentTeam Player and Key Stakeholder ExperienceCompliance and Relationship DrivenWhat You Need to Succeed:As a successful teacher within the team, you will have experience in the delivery of educational programming in an array of classrooms coordinating and maximising student learning outcomes. Diverse Learning RoleLong Term DevelopmentLead through Collaboration and FeedbackPassion for Boutique Style EducationNESA Registration (or ability to obtain)Working with Children's CheckWhat You Get In Return:Beautiful School GroundsGenerous RemunerationWork with like-minded peopleSupportive & Holistic Onboarding ProgramWork with an School that lives and breathes its’ valuesYour New Organisation:Your new School is one that believes in the true potential of every student and the importance of nurturing and inspiring it’s leaders of the future. It is well known for its high academic standards and rich tradition in the Western Sydney community.Prestigious Independent School Collaborative Welcoming Team Culture and CommunityReady to find out more?Email your CV to winnie.liu@randstad.com.au or call Winnie on (02) 8238 0240 for a confidential discussion. No CV? No problem, simply send me an email or give me a call today!
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$140,000 - AU$180,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyThis award winning large Tier 2 firm is a multi functional commercial, new build and fit out business that has thrived; building mixed School, Uni’s, prisons and Aged care projects from $5 million up to $70 million. Considered to be the “go to” builder for these projects it allows them to be seen in the top 5 list in their niche. The key to their reputation and success is there ability to reward, promote and really value their staff. Their employee’s are dedicated and satisfied, continually being challenged and promoted in their performance, helping the firm to constantly evolve and grow. Now 2022 and Sydney’s commercial market is bubbling, a full portfolio of mixed commercial, schools, rail station upgrades, aged care and hospitality projects are in abundance. This buoyant tier 2 is looking to add a solid (new build/fit out) Senior Estimator to their busy estimating team in Sydney. The Role: With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Managing Director and other estimators daily. Your experience will have been gained working for a tier 1 , 2 or 3 builder and ideally pricing commercial projects in Australia valued over $2 million AUD, but not essential. The main protocol, is to be able to understand “measurement’s”, the accordance in mode to measure. – cubic capacity and form work. Somebody with a Quantity Surveying back ground would be considered highly advantageous. Software Packages: Cubit, Buildsoft, Cost X Duties & Company fitProgrammingBe able to complete tenders autonomouslyBe able to complete submissions autonomouslyExperience in New Build and Fit out estimates – ability to measure in ground works etc. (Al-round) capability.Ambitious and focused to take the next step.4 years experience estimating in for a recognised builder.Good knowledge of local contractors and suppliers.Track record with winning projects valued over $1m.Well presented & excellent communicator / negotiator.Thorough understanding of construction methods and standards for tender submission.Ability to communicate and handover tender strategy to relevant partiesCulture & Benefits:This is an opportunity to work with an award winning Sydney builder whom are kicking some amazings results. There standards have been very high winning some unique, diverse and complex build projects.Now is your opportunity to grow some unique experiences for your professional development in 2021 and onwards for your own personal growth, challenge reputation and future in your estimating career.To Apply: To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in “Word Format” to Hannah Lovelock – Principal Consultant : E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The CompanyThis award winning large Tier 2 firm is a multi functional commercial, new build and fit out business that has thrived; building mixed School, Uni’s, prisons and Aged care projects from $5 million up to $70 million. Considered to be the “go to” builder for these projects it allows them to be seen in the top 5 list in their niche. The key to their reputation and success is there ability to reward, promote and really value their staff. Their employee’s are dedicated and satisfied, continually being challenged and promoted in their performance, helping the firm to constantly evolve and grow. Now 2022 and Sydney’s commercial market is bubbling, a full portfolio of mixed commercial, schools, rail station upgrades, aged care and hospitality projects are in abundance. This buoyant tier 2 is looking to add a solid (new build/fit out) Senior Estimator to their busy estimating team in Sydney. The Role: With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Managing Director and other estimators daily. Your experience will have been gained working for a tier 1 , 2 or 3 builder and ideally pricing commercial projects in Australia valued over $2 million AUD, but not essential. The main protocol, is to be able to understand “measurement’s”, the accordance in mode to measure. – cubic capacity and form work. Somebody with a Quantity Surveying back ground would be considered highly advantageous. Software Packages: Cubit, Buildsoft, Cost X Duties & Company fitProgrammingBe able to complete tenders autonomouslyBe able to complete submissions autonomouslyExperience in New Build and Fit out estimates – ability to measure in ground works etc. (Al-round) capability.Ambitious and focused to take the next step.4 years experience estimating in for a recognised builder.Good knowledge of local contractors and suppliers.Track record with winning projects valued over $1m.Well presented & excellent communicator / negotiator.Thorough understanding of construction methods and standards for tender submission.Ability to communicate and handover tender strategy to relevant partiesCulture & Benefits:This is an opportunity to work with an award winning Sydney builder whom are kicking some amazings results. There standards have been very high winning some unique, diverse and complex build projects.Now is your opportunity to grow some unique experiences for your professional development in 2021 and onwards for your own personal growth, challenge reputation and future in your estimating career.To Apply: To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in “Word Format” to Hannah Lovelock – Principal Consultant : E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$85,000, per year, Laptop, fuel card, car
      • full-time
      The Company:The cold and flu season has certainly arrived and this Tier One Maintenance provider is ramping up. With presence across a range of disciplines their focus is servicing their repeat clients across various construction sectors, to the highest of customer satisfaction, and in turn growing their staff in their careers and well being.The position will ensure a structured approach is undertaken to meet accreditation standards relevant to the maintenance of LAHC residences.The role:As one of their Supervisors you will be expected to project manage and supervise the subcontractors and ideally understand maintenance and remedial issues on homes. You will have supervised contractors on these kind of works for an Australian recognised building contractor. This is a fast paced environment and you will need to show initiative, take ownership, communicate well and effectively be able to sequence, co-ordinate and organise your day. This role would suit an adaptable trade person even a leading hand, looking to step off the tools and to the next stage in their career.Duties:Managing contractorsReporting using computer packagesManaging onsite issuesPreventative Maintenance and Asset ManagementOccupational Health & SafetyEnsure compliance with relevant statutory requirements.Working to deadlines, contract and project time frames.General building maintenance experienceSkills, Experience & About YouIdeally Relevant experience in building maintenance which should come from a Tertiary Trade background. Carpentry, bricklaying, plumping, electrical etc.Relevant experience in building / site inspections within the maintenance, facilities management or construction industries.You will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.Confident and looking to exceed in all facets of your work. Delivering on time and on Budget.Exceptional Communication skillsA “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach.Basic to Intermediate Computer skills needed.Desire to progress in the company and ability to really sell and believe in yourself.Clean Criminal RecordWell presentedCultureThis firm is very focused in their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Well being is also very much key to their success, their staff are very positive, take things in their stride and can see a humorous side even in pressurised circumstances.BenefitsSalary Package including car, phone, fuel card .Lively culture and staff benefitsFlexibility in your position as long as the work is complete.They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events.How to applyAt Randstad we are the preferred supplier for this firm and have been requested to short list with immediate effect.To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Company:The cold and flu season has certainly arrived and this Tier One Maintenance provider is ramping up. With presence across a range of disciplines their focus is servicing their repeat clients across various construction sectors, to the highest of customer satisfaction, and in turn growing their staff in their careers and well being.The position will ensure a structured approach is undertaken to meet accreditation standards relevant to the maintenance of LAHC residences.The role:As one of their Supervisors you will be expected to project manage and supervise the subcontractors and ideally understand maintenance and remedial issues on homes. You will have supervised contractors on these kind of works for an Australian recognised building contractor. This is a fast paced environment and you will need to show initiative, take ownership, communicate well and effectively be able to sequence, co-ordinate and organise your day. This role would suit an adaptable trade person even a leading hand, looking to step off the tools and to the next stage in their career.Duties:Managing contractorsReporting using computer packagesManaging onsite issuesPreventative Maintenance and Asset ManagementOccupational Health & SafetyEnsure compliance with relevant statutory requirements.Working to deadlines, contract and project time frames.General building maintenance experienceSkills, Experience & About YouIdeally Relevant experience in building maintenance which should come from a Tertiary Trade background. Carpentry, bricklaying, plumping, electrical etc.Relevant experience in building / site inspections within the maintenance, facilities management or construction industries.You will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.Confident and looking to exceed in all facets of your work. Delivering on time and on Budget.Exceptional Communication skillsA “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach.Basic to Intermediate Computer skills needed.Desire to progress in the company and ability to really sell and believe in yourself.Clean Criminal RecordWell presentedCultureThis firm is very focused in their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Well being is also very much key to their success, their staff are very positive, take things in their stride and can see a humorous side even in pressurised circumstances.BenefitsSalary Package including car, phone, fuel card .Lively culture and staff benefitsFlexibility in your position as long as the work is complete.They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events.How to applyAt Randstad we are the preferred supplier for this firm and have been requested to short list with immediate effect.To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$117,000, per year, based on accreditation
      • full-time
      Classroom Teacher - MathematicsRandstad Education is working exclusively with an innovative Top Independent School in Eastern Sydney. This opportunity sees you joining a dynamic and experienced team where it’s global learners and leaders are nurtured, challenged and inspired to serve and shape our world with courage, curiosity, creativity and compassion. You will be teaching students in Stages 4 - 6.About Your New Role:This opportunity is for a Mathematics teacher looking to join an experienced team. The role is an integral part of the School’s teaching and learning programme and you will work with the School’s Leadership team to lead and deliver exemplary educational experiences, within Mathematics:Educational Program ImplementationStudent DevelopmentTeam Player and Key Stakeholder ExperienceCompliance and Relationship DrivenWhat You Need to Succeed:As a successful teacher within the team, you will have experience in the delivery of educational programming in an array of classrooms coordinating and maximising student learning outcomes. Diverse Learning RoleLong Term DevelopmentLead through Collaboration and FeedbackPassion for Boutique Style EducationNESA Registration (or ability to obtain)Working with Children's CheckWhat You Get In Return:Beautiful School GroundsGenerous RemunerationWork with like-minded peopleSupportive & Holistic Onboarding ProgramWork with an School that lives and breathes its’ valuesReady to find out more?Email your CV to winnie.liu@randstad.com.au or call Winnie on (02) 8238 0240 for a confidential discussion. No CV? No problem, simply send me an email or give me a call today!
      Classroom Teacher - MathematicsRandstad Education is working exclusively with an innovative Top Independent School in Eastern Sydney. This opportunity sees you joining a dynamic and experienced team where it’s global learners and leaders are nurtured, challenged and inspired to serve and shape our world with courage, curiosity, creativity and compassion. You will be teaching students in Stages 4 - 6.About Your New Role:This opportunity is for a Mathematics teacher looking to join an experienced team. The role is an integral part of the School’s teaching and learning programme and you will work with the School’s Leadership team to lead and deliver exemplary educational experiences, within Mathematics:Educational Program ImplementationStudent DevelopmentTeam Player and Key Stakeholder ExperienceCompliance and Relationship DrivenWhat You Need to Succeed:As a successful teacher within the team, you will have experience in the delivery of educational programming in an array of classrooms coordinating and maximising student learning outcomes. Diverse Learning RoleLong Term DevelopmentLead through Collaboration and FeedbackPassion for Boutique Style EducationNESA Registration (or ability to obtain)Working with Children's CheckWhat You Get In Return:Beautiful School GroundsGenerous RemunerationWork with like-minded peopleSupportive & Holistic Onboarding ProgramWork with an School that lives and breathes its’ valuesReady to find out more?Email your CV to winnie.liu@randstad.com.au or call Winnie on (02) 8238 0240 for a confidential discussion. No CV? No problem, simply send me an email or give me a call today!

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