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        • parramatta, new south wales
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Your new company Is an industry leader within Consumer Electronics Globally.They specialise in the production of a wide variety of consumer and industry electronics, including appliances, digital media devices, semiconductors, memory chips, and integrated systems Your new role Is responsible for the Product Management of one or more products within the Home Appliance space. You will champion this product category to ensure execution of go to market strategies and ensuring it's establishment and growth. Key Duties: Operations, Product Development, Business Development, Global Sales, Marketing, Finance, Service.Manage product lifecycle from development to market launch to end of life.Establish and implement product pricing strategies for new and existing products.Contribute to identification, evaluation and recommendations of marketing opportunities consistent with product line objectives including leading customer or market driven product proliferation projects.Provide technical solutions to business development, field sales professionals and customers.Develop and communicate product positioning in specific applications with appropriate differentiates to competition.End to End Life Cycle Management - Value Proposition Development documents and Communication.Pricing, Revenue and Margin Management.Weekly financial reporting rather than monthly.Your skills and experience Degree qualified or equivalent – Business/Marketing/Information Technology is desirable.Preferred experience in Home Appliances equipment sales/product management.5+ years of experience in product management or project management with technology solutions delivery.Proven track record in sales performance.Experience in working with cross functional, geographically dispersed teams.Demonstrated ability to develop and implement a strategic plan with excellent project management skills. Your benefitsWork/life balance- We encourage and support flexibility.Great culture- Our close-knit team is fun and friendly with social events from time to time.Location- Head office is located in Inner West.Innovative company- Take pride in joining a Global Technology Company. What you do nextIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to brendan.burke@randstad.com.au or call me now on 0431564388 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 caree 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 Is an industry leader within Consumer Electronics Globally.They specialise in the production of a wide variety of consumer and industry electronics, including appliances, digital media devices, semiconductors, memory chips, and integrated systems Your new role Is responsible for the Product Management of one or more products within the Home Appliance space. You will champion this product category to ensure execution of go to market strategies and ensuring it's establishment and growth. Key Duties: Operations, Product Development, Business Development, Global Sales, Marketing, Finance, Service.Manage product lifecycle from development to market launch to end of life.Establish and implement product pricing strategies for new and existing products.Contribute to identification, evaluation and recommendations of marketing opportunities consistent with product line objectives including leading customer or market driven product proliferation projects.Provide technical solutions to business development, field sales professionals and customers.Develop and communicate product positioning in specific applications with appropriate differentiates to competition.End to End Life Cycle Management - Value Proposition Development documents and Communication.Pricing, Revenue and Margin Management.Weekly financial reporting rather than monthly.Your skills and experience Degree qualified or equivalent – Business/Marketing/Information Technology is desirable.Preferred experience in Home Appliances equipment sales/product management.5+ years of experience in product management or project management with technology solutions delivery.Proven track record in sales performance.Experience in working with cross functional, geographically dispersed teams.Demonstrated ability to develop and implement a strategic plan with excellent project management skills. Your benefitsWork/life balance- We encourage and support flexibility.Great culture- Our close-knit team is fun and friendly with social events from time to time.Location- Head office is located in Inner West.Innovative company- Take pride in joining a Global Technology Company. What you do nextIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to brendan.burke@randstad.com.au or call me now on 0431564388 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 caree 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$43,000 - AU$48,000, per year, attractive package, competitive
        • part-time
        An exciting new opportunity for a 2IC/Assistant Coordinator at an Outside School Hours Care service in the Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs has become available. This is the perfect position for someone looking to progress within their career and further develop their expertise and skills as a leader. About Your New Role:Looking for someone who is vibrant and confident, to lead a team of OOSH staff and work closely with the Coordinator and families of the service. Permanent Part Time Role - 25 hours per weekProvide a safe OOSH service for staff and children in an all-inclusive professional team environmentDesign and implement engaging educational programsBuild strong relationships with parents/caregivers, children and the school communityLead and mentor a team of educatorsWhat You Need to Succeed:A genuine passion for education with a compassionate and friendly personality and enthusiasm in providing high quality care and supporting a team to run a smooth, efficient, safe and fun service. Hold a qualification in Education and care (approved by ACECQA) or working towardsExperience working in an Outside School Hours Care serviceFirst Aid Certificate or willing to obtainChild Protection or willing to obtainWorking knowledge of My Time, Our PlaceUnderstanding of NQS and NSW regulationsGreat communication skillsValid NSW Working with Children Check What You Get In Return:Working for this organisation will see you earning an attractive salary package as well as earning discounts at local community organisations. Job security with a permanent contractProfessional development and training opportunitiesSupportive team and work environmentDiscounts on 100’s of products and servicesExtensive career opportunities in an growing team and companyReady to find out more? In order to apply for this role please contact adele.wistuba@randstad.com.au via email,with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        An exciting new opportunity for a 2IC/Assistant Coordinator at an Outside School Hours Care service in the Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs has become available. This is the perfect position for someone looking to progress within their career and further develop their expertise and skills as a leader. About Your New Role:Looking for someone who is vibrant and confident, to lead a team of OOSH staff and work closely with the Coordinator and families of the service. Permanent Part Time Role - 25 hours per weekProvide a safe OOSH service for staff and children in an all-inclusive professional team environmentDesign and implement engaging educational programsBuild strong relationships with parents/caregivers, children and the school communityLead and mentor a team of educatorsWhat You Need to Succeed:A genuine passion for education with a compassionate and friendly personality and enthusiasm in providing high quality care and supporting a team to run a smooth, efficient, safe and fun service. Hold a qualification in Education and care (approved by ACECQA) or working towardsExperience working in an Outside School Hours Care serviceFirst Aid Certificate or willing to obtainChild Protection or willing to obtainWorking knowledge of My Time, Our PlaceUnderstanding of NQS and NSW regulationsGreat communication skillsValid NSW Working with Children Check What You Get In Return:Working for this organisation will see you earning an attractive salary package as well as earning discounts at local community organisations. Job security with a permanent contractProfessional development and training opportunitiesSupportive team and work environmentDiscounts on 100’s of products and servicesExtensive career opportunities in an growing team and companyReady to find out more? In order to apply for this role please contact adele.wistuba@randstad.com.au via email,with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting. 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.
        • caringbah, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$65,000 - AU$70,000, per year, Competitive, attractive package
        • full-time
        Looking for someone who is strong and confident to lead a team of OOSH staff, who is passionate about education and provides safe, inclusive and fun environments. About Your New Role:Working as an OSHC Coordinator, you will be the responsible person for the service. Additionally, bringing your positive attitude and vibrant personality to support a passionate team in providing high quality care and programs to the children in your care. Permanent Full Time Role - 38 hours per weekProvide a safe OOSH service for staff and children in an all-inclusive professional team environmentDesign and implement engaging educational programsBuild strong relationships with parents/caregivers, children and the school communityLead and mentor a team of educatorsWhat You Need to Succeed:A genuine passion for education with a compassionate and friendly personality and enthusiasm in providing high quality care and supporting a team to run a smooth, efficient, safe and fun service. Hold a qualification in Education and care (approved by ACECQA) or working towardsExperience working in an Outside School Hours Care serviceFirst Aid Certificate or willing to obtainChild Protection or willing to obtainWorking knowledge of My Time, Our PlaceUnderstanding of NQS and NSW regulationsGreat communication skillsValid NSW Working with Children Check What You Get In Return:Working for this organisation will see you earning an attractive salary package as well as earning discounts at local community organisations. Job security with a permanent contractProfessional development and training opportunitiesSupportive team and work environmentDiscounts on 100’s of products and servicesExtensive career opportunities in an growing team and companyReady to find out more? In order to apply for this full time role please contact adele.wistuba@randstad.com.au via email,with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting.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.
        Looking for someone who is strong and confident to lead a team of OOSH staff, who is passionate about education and provides safe, inclusive and fun environments. About Your New Role:Working as an OSHC Coordinator, you will be the responsible person for the service. Additionally, bringing your positive attitude and vibrant personality to support a passionate team in providing high quality care and programs to the children in your care. Permanent Full Time Role - 38 hours per weekProvide a safe OOSH service for staff and children in an all-inclusive professional team environmentDesign and implement engaging educational programsBuild strong relationships with parents/caregivers, children and the school communityLead and mentor a team of educatorsWhat You Need to Succeed:A genuine passion for education with a compassionate and friendly personality and enthusiasm in providing high quality care and supporting a team to run a smooth, efficient, safe and fun service. Hold a qualification in Education and care (approved by ACECQA) or working towardsExperience working in an Outside School Hours Care serviceFirst Aid Certificate or willing to obtainChild Protection or willing to obtainWorking knowledge of My Time, Our PlaceUnderstanding of NQS and NSW regulationsGreat communication skillsValid NSW Working with Children Check What You Get In Return:Working for this organisation will see you earning an attractive salary package as well as earning discounts at local community organisations. Job security with a permanent contractProfessional development and training opportunitiesSupportive team and work environmentDiscounts on 100’s of products and servicesExtensive career opportunities in an growing team and companyReady to find out more? In order to apply for this full time role please contact adele.wistuba@randstad.com.au via email,with a copy of your CV as a word document with limited formatting.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$90,000 - AU$120,000, per year, Personal CPD,
        • full-time
        An innovative and forward-thinking allied health provider in the Inner West of Sydney are looking to grow their team with a team leader within Occupational Therapy. They are physically expanding their premises with a new state-of-the-art clinic space to accommodate their growing team. Each therapist will have their own room alongwith state-of-the-art equipment. This will allow each therapist to have their own room. Having met this client a couple of times and subsequently placing 2 Speechies with them, I understand this role will be suitable for a senior level Occupational Therapist who is looking to take the next step in their career: building a team of like-minded OTs and working alongside the other service providers within the business. about the role: As an Occupational Therapist working with paediatric clients, you will be working within a multidisciplanary team to improve the lives of their clients; a value that permeates the way they operate day-to-day. You will be proud to work with this clinic and contribute to their already highly vouched-for services. The main duties are: Provide a range of evidence based therapies to match the needs of your clients;Focus on your client's goals and help them thrive by in-clinic, mobile and school therapy sessions;Contribute to an empowering and innovative work culture: Your business acumen and suggestions to improve their services will be welcomed.Identify further hires within the OT team that will align with the business ethos;Manage a caseload of NDIS participantsSubmit written applications for NDIS fundingabout you: As a passionate and ambitious Occupational Therapist, you will complement the team if you have the following: Full Ahpra registrationBachelors degree in Occupational TherapyPatient, flexible, caring and communicativeThe ability to have fun & be a part of a close knit family.Valid police check & drivers licencePrevious supervision desirable, but not essential.benefits: if you are bringing the above, our client will gladly offer: Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversity;Mac Book, i-Phone and tablet provided for all new starts;Career progression fully supported;Generous salary, benefits and incentives, including a generous CPD allowance;Existing case load;A car will be provided for community / school visits;External and Internal training sessions;A warm environment where team culture is paramount. Team building days are encouraged and held monthly.What to do next Why not give the consultant a call to discuss further? Having met with the clinic's management and therapists, they are in a prime position to answer any further questions! Furthermore, having introduced two Speech Therapists to them recently, I can comfortably and happily vouch for the clinic's great atmosphere and team building ethos. All applications will be assessed and responded to as part of the randstad promise. Alternatively, please get in touch with Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 to discuss further, or email your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au , who works flexibly to take calls out of hours to accommodate your busy schedule At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        An innovative and forward-thinking allied health provider in the Inner West of Sydney are looking to grow their team with a team leader within Occupational Therapy. They are physically expanding their premises with a new state-of-the-art clinic space to accommodate their growing team. Each therapist will have their own room alongwith state-of-the-art equipment. This will allow each therapist to have their own room. Having met this client a couple of times and subsequently placing 2 Speechies with them, I understand this role will be suitable for a senior level Occupational Therapist who is looking to take the next step in their career: building a team of like-minded OTs and working alongside the other service providers within the business. about the role: As an Occupational Therapist working with paediatric clients, you will be working within a multidisciplanary team to improve the lives of their clients; a value that permeates the way they operate day-to-day. You will be proud to work with this clinic and contribute to their already highly vouched-for services. The main duties are: Provide a range of evidence based therapies to match the needs of your clients;Focus on your client's goals and help them thrive by in-clinic, mobile and school therapy sessions;Contribute to an empowering and innovative work culture: Your business acumen and suggestions to improve their services will be welcomed.Identify further hires within the OT team that will align with the business ethos;Manage a caseload of NDIS participantsSubmit written applications for NDIS fundingabout you: As a passionate and ambitious Occupational Therapist, you will complement the team if you have the following: Full Ahpra registrationBachelors degree in Occupational TherapyPatient, flexible, caring and communicativeThe ability to have fun & be a part of a close knit family.Valid police check & drivers licencePrevious supervision desirable, but not essential.benefits: if you are bringing the above, our client will gladly offer: Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversity;Mac Book, i-Phone and tablet provided for all new starts;Career progression fully supported;Generous salary, benefits and incentives, including a generous CPD allowance;Existing case load;A car will be provided for community / school visits;External and Internal training sessions;A warm environment where team culture is paramount. Team building days are encouraged and held monthly.What to do next Why not give the consultant a call to discuss further? Having met with the clinic's management and therapists, they are in a prime position to answer any further questions! Furthermore, having introduced two Speech Therapists to them recently, I can comfortably and happily vouch for the clinic's great atmosphere and team building ethos. All applications will be assessed and responded to as part of the randstad promise. Alternatively, please get in touch with Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 to discuss further, or email your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au , who works flexibly to take calls out of hours to accommodate your busy schedule 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.
        • fairfield, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$65,000 - AU$75,000, per year, Personal CPD, additional benefits
        • full-time
        An NDIS provider in the Western suburbs are on the lookout for Speech Therapists to add to their growing team. They have engaged with us to find 2 x therapists, as well as Occupational Therapists who are passionate and driven to help their clinic thrive. Your duties: Provide assessments, interventions and Speech therapy to children and adults with adverse range of disabilities;Provide swallowing assessments and meal management plans to clients with disability;Visits to the home, child care and school environments to provide an inclusive model of practice;Assisting Clients with a disability to set and attain individual goals;Working and liaising with families, service providers, allied health professionals, and community members to enhance the choice, social inclusion and quality of life for people with disability;Promoting health and safety concepts;Detecting signs of developmental disorders, ill health or emotional disturbance;Observing, assessing and recording each Participant’s / Client’s development and learning;Produce NDIS reports on Client progress and continuing needs;Job requirements: Qualification in Speech Pathology;SPA registration;WWCC;NDIS experience preferred, but not essential;Current drivers licence;What you will receive in return: Above market pay.Work alongside other allied health professionals in this multidisciplinary environment;Work with a passionate and supportive environment;Work amongst a friendly and welcoming team;CPD allowance - provision for external training or supervision provided;Work flexibly!Having met with this client recently, I am happy to vouch for their business, their clinic and their friendly staff. To find out more, I would love to talk you through it. Either call me on 0466 644 381 or email your resume and cover letter to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au to arrange a confidential discussion At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        An NDIS provider in the Western suburbs are on the lookout for Speech Therapists to add to their growing team. They have engaged with us to find 2 x therapists, as well as Occupational Therapists who are passionate and driven to help their clinic thrive. Your duties: Provide assessments, interventions and Speech therapy to children and adults with adverse range of disabilities;Provide swallowing assessments and meal management plans to clients with disability;Visits to the home, child care and school environments to provide an inclusive model of practice;Assisting Clients with a disability to set and attain individual goals;Working and liaising with families, service providers, allied health professionals, and community members to enhance the choice, social inclusion and quality of life for people with disability;Promoting health and safety concepts;Detecting signs of developmental disorders, ill health or emotional disturbance;Observing, assessing and recording each Participant’s / Client’s development and learning;Produce NDIS reports on Client progress and continuing needs;Job requirements: Qualification in Speech Pathology;SPA registration;WWCC;NDIS experience preferred, but not essential;Current drivers licence;What you will receive in return: Above market pay.Work alongside other allied health professionals in this multidisciplinary environment;Work with a passionate and supportive environment;Work amongst a friendly and welcoming team;CPD allowance - provision for external training or supervision provided;Work flexibly!Having met with this client recently, I am happy to vouch for their business, their clinic and their friendly staff. To find out more, I would love to talk you through it. Either call me on 0466 644 381 or email your resume and cover letter to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au to arrange a confidential discussion 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.
        • parramatta, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$95,000, per year, Personal CPD, additional benefits
        • full-time
        An NDIS provider in the South of Sydney, no too far from the airport, are looking to increase their current team of 15 Occupational Therapists to service theri clients in the Parramatta, Hills and Ryde community about the role: Provide services and support alligned with their values with key stakeholders of the business, including NDIS participants and other key stakeholdersUnderstand the level of Therapy applicable commensurate of level of fundingAdhere and promote strong quality service standards practiced by the businessRemain within the compliance and duty of care frameworksAssist to train students, volunteers and assistants to ensure high standards are consistentCollaborate within a multidisciplinary team including Speech Pathologists and Psychologistsabout you: A bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational TherapyAHPRA registrationAbility to demonstrate knowledge of OT assessment tools and assess equipment needs of the participantsUnwaivered approach to building relationships with participantsA committment towards ongoing personal developmentbenefits: Can be full-time or part-time positionSupportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityGreat support networks with senior Occupational Therapists to call uponGenerous salary, benefits and incentivesExisting case loadCar allowanceAll applications will be assessed and responded to as part of our promise at Randstad! This is an excellent opportunity, but perhaps you require more information? No problem! Please call Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 or contact via email to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au Randstad's Allied Health team in NSW are working on a number of opportunies so there is always reason to call for a confidential discussion around your next move. Your consultant has been vouched for by other candidates for their unwaivering commitment to finding you a new opportunity. Please check them out on LinkedIn here: At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        An NDIS provider in the South of Sydney, no too far from the airport, are looking to increase their current team of 15 Occupational Therapists to service theri clients in the Parramatta, Hills and Ryde community about the role: Provide services and support alligned with their values with key stakeholders of the business, including NDIS participants and other key stakeholdersUnderstand the level of Therapy applicable commensurate of level of fundingAdhere and promote strong quality service standards practiced by the businessRemain within the compliance and duty of care frameworksAssist to train students, volunteers and assistants to ensure high standards are consistentCollaborate within a multidisciplinary team including Speech Pathologists and Psychologistsabout you: A bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational TherapyAHPRA registrationAbility to demonstrate knowledge of OT assessment tools and assess equipment needs of the participantsUnwaivered approach to building relationships with participantsA committment towards ongoing personal developmentbenefits: Can be full-time or part-time positionSupportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityGreat support networks with senior Occupational Therapists to call uponGenerous salary, benefits and incentivesExisting case loadCar allowanceAll applications will be assessed and responded to as part of our promise at Randstad! This is an excellent opportunity, but perhaps you require more information? No problem! Please call Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 or contact via email to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au Randstad's Allied Health team in NSW are working on a number of opportunies so there is always reason to call for a confidential discussion around your next move. Your consultant has been vouched for by other candidates for their unwaivering commitment to finding you a new opportunity. Please check them out on LinkedIn here: 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$70,000 - AU$95,000, per year, additional benefits
        • full-time
        An NDIS provider in the South of Sydney, no too far from the airport, are looking to increase their current team of 4 Speech Therapists, 15 Occupational Therapists and Psychologists to service their clients in the Inner West communities. about the role: Provide services and support aligned with their values with key stakeholders of the business, including NDIS participants and other key stakeholdersUnderstand the level of Therapy applicable commensurate of level of fundingAdhere and promote strong quality service standards practised by the businessRemain within the compliance and duty of care frameworksAssist to train students, volunteers and assistants to ensure high standards are consistentCollaborate within a multidisciplinary team including OTs and Psychologistsabout you: A bachelor of Applied Science in Speech PathologyAHPRA registrationAbility to demonstrate knowledge eating/swallowing assessments and how to treat them effectively.Unwavering approach to building relationships with participantsA commitment towards ongoing personal developmentbenefits: Can be full-time or part-time positionSupportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityGreat support networks with senior Speech Therapists to call uponGenerous salary, benefits and incentivesExisting case loadCar allowanceAll applications will be assessed and responded to as part of our promise at Randstad! This is an excellent opportunity, but perhaps you require more information? No problem! Please call Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 or contact via email to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au Randstad's Allied Health team in NSW are working on a number of opportunities so there is always reason to call for a confidential discussion around your next move. Your consultant has been vouched for by other candidates for their unwavering commitment to finding you a new opportunity. Please check them out on LinkedIn here: At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        An NDIS provider in the South of Sydney, no too far from the airport, are looking to increase their current team of 4 Speech Therapists, 15 Occupational Therapists and Psychologists to service their clients in the Inner West communities. about the role: Provide services and support aligned with their values with key stakeholders of the business, including NDIS participants and other key stakeholdersUnderstand the level of Therapy applicable commensurate of level of fundingAdhere and promote strong quality service standards practised by the businessRemain within the compliance and duty of care frameworksAssist to train students, volunteers and assistants to ensure high standards are consistentCollaborate within a multidisciplinary team including OTs and Psychologistsabout you: A bachelor of Applied Science in Speech PathologyAHPRA registrationAbility to demonstrate knowledge eating/swallowing assessments and how to treat them effectively.Unwavering approach to building relationships with participantsA commitment towards ongoing personal developmentbenefits: Can be full-time or part-time positionSupportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityGreat support networks with senior Speech Therapists to call uponGenerous salary, benefits and incentivesExisting case loadCar allowanceAll applications will be assessed and responded to as part of our promise at Randstad! This is an excellent opportunity, but perhaps you require more information? No problem! Please call Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 or contact via email to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au Randstad's Allied Health team in NSW are working on a number of opportunities so there is always reason to call for a confidential discussion around your next move. Your consultant has been vouched for by other candidates for their unwavering commitment to finding you a new opportunity. Please check them out on LinkedIn here: 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$65,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Annual bonus
        • full-time
        After successfully helping this new client find an OT, they are keen to move onto the next project. Based in the Northern beaches - in a clinic that the owner has spared no expense - you will immerse yourself within a team culture and professional environment incomparable to others. Having met with this client, we understand this to be a role best suited for individuals with a passion for providing therapy within a paediatric setting. If you are a grad, perhaps you draw experience from other endeavours, including sports coaching or tutoring. The RoleWork with children and adolescents from 2-18 years with a variety of needs including autism, sensory processing difficulties, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, and learning difficulties.Collaborate within a team of dynamic, experienced and supportive Occupational Therapists who are all passionate about providing the best service possible to their clientsSupport families to provide excellent services within the North shore / Northern beaches area.Caseload is based in-clinic with some school and pre-school visits as needed.About youDegree in Occupational TherapyRegistration with AHPRAEligibility for membership with Occupational Therapy AustraliaAbility to develop rapport with children, parents and other health professionalsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent organisational and time management skills, and the ability to take initiativeDriver’s license and own car available at all times (as school visits may be required)Experience working with childrenWhat We OfferSecond-to-none guidance from senior clinicians with a wealth of experienceWeekly supervisionHands-on learning through your own caseloadContinuing education and professional development opportunitiesThe chance to work in some of Sydney’s leading private and public schoolsFun, supportive team and environmentStaff social eventsWhat to do next Have any questions? We have the answers! We have met this client, we have worked with them in the past and we would love to talk to you in more detail about it. Please reach out to Gary Stuart to discuss this role, or other roles within allied health. You can call (or text) 0466 644 381 or email gary.stuart@randstad.com.au to enquire confidentially. The consultant is happy to arrange calls out of hours to accommodate your busy schedule. 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.
        After successfully helping this new client find an OT, they are keen to move onto the next project. Based in the Northern beaches - in a clinic that the owner has spared no expense - you will immerse yourself within a team culture and professional environment incomparable to others. Having met with this client, we understand this to be a role best suited for individuals with a passion for providing therapy within a paediatric setting. If you are a grad, perhaps you draw experience from other endeavours, including sports coaching or tutoring. The RoleWork with children and adolescents from 2-18 years with a variety of needs including autism, sensory processing difficulties, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, and learning difficulties.Collaborate within a team of dynamic, experienced and supportive Occupational Therapists who are all passionate about providing the best service possible to their clientsSupport families to provide excellent services within the North shore / Northern beaches area.Caseload is based in-clinic with some school and pre-school visits as needed.About youDegree in Occupational TherapyRegistration with AHPRAEligibility for membership with Occupational Therapy AustraliaAbility to develop rapport with children, parents and other health professionalsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent organisational and time management skills, and the ability to take initiativeDriver’s license and own car available at all times (as school visits may be required)Experience working with childrenWhat We OfferSecond-to-none guidance from senior clinicians with a wealth of experienceWeekly supervisionHands-on learning through your own caseloadContinuing education and professional development opportunitiesThe chance to work in some of Sydney’s leading private and public schoolsFun, supportive team and environmentStaff social eventsWhat to do next Have any questions? We have the answers! We have met this client, we have worked with them in the past and we would love to talk to you in more detail about it. Please reach out to Gary Stuart to discuss this role, or other roles within allied health. You can call (or text) 0466 644 381 or email gary.stuart@randstad.com.au to enquire confidentially. The consultant is happy to arrange calls out of hours to accommodate your busy schedule. 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$65,000 - AU$100,000, per year, additional benefits
        • full-time
        A clinic in the Estern Suburbs of Sydney are in the market for another Speech Therapist to help with their paediatric clients. They have a well-equipped clinic, but are looking to expand within the near future depending on the staffing levels. Having visited the clinic recently, and having placed a new-grad into the environment, I know this to be an exciting opportunity for anyone looking to benefit from proper support and guidance in the field of Speech Pathology. They are leaders in Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy. about the role: As a Speech therapist working with paediatric clients, you will be working within a multidisciplanary team of Speechies and Occupational Therapists providing excellent care to clients within the Eastern Suburbs. They also offer telehealth services for those further afield. Provide a range of evidence based therapies to match the needs of your clients;Focus on your client's goals and help them thrive by in-clinic, mobile and school therapy sessionsOpen and honest work ethic, with an ability to identify personal training and development needs.Manage a caseload of NDIS participantsSubmit written applications for NDIS fundingabout you: As a passionate and ambitious Speech Therapist, you will complement the team if you have the following: Full SPA registrationBachelors degree in Speech PathologyPatient, flexible, caring and communicativeThe ability to have funValid police checkdrivers licence (unless you're after 100% telehealth)benefits: Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityCareer progression fully supported - with PDP regularly reviewed by DirectorExisting case loadExternal and Internal training sessionsClinic in an ideal location, close to public transport, cafes, shopping centre etc.What to do next I am happy to talk you through this role in more detail. All applications are assessed upon receipt, so please do not hesitate to reach out to me: t | 0466 644 381 e | gary.stuart@randstad.com.au I work flexibly and not averse to taking calls in the evenings and weekends to fit around your busy schedule. 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.
        A clinic in the Estern Suburbs of Sydney are in the market for another Speech Therapist to help with their paediatric clients. They have a well-equipped clinic, but are looking to expand within the near future depending on the staffing levels. Having visited the clinic recently, and having placed a new-grad into the environment, I know this to be an exciting opportunity for anyone looking to benefit from proper support and guidance in the field of Speech Pathology. They are leaders in Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy. about the role: As a Speech therapist working with paediatric clients, you will be working within a multidisciplanary team of Speechies and Occupational Therapists providing excellent care to clients within the Eastern Suburbs. They also offer telehealth services for those further afield. Provide a range of evidence based therapies to match the needs of your clients;Focus on your client's goals and help them thrive by in-clinic, mobile and school therapy sessionsOpen and honest work ethic, with an ability to identify personal training and development needs.Manage a caseload of NDIS participantsSubmit written applications for NDIS fundingabout you: As a passionate and ambitious Speech Therapist, you will complement the team if you have the following: Full SPA registrationBachelors degree in Speech PathologyPatient, flexible, caring and communicativeThe ability to have funValid police checkdrivers licence (unless you're after 100% telehealth)benefits: Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityCareer progression fully supported - with PDP regularly reviewed by DirectorExisting case loadExternal and Internal training sessionsClinic in an ideal location, close to public transport, cafes, shopping centre etc.What to do next I am happy to talk you through this role in more detail. All applications are assessed upon receipt, so please do not hesitate to reach out to me: t | 0466 644 381 e | gary.stuart@randstad.com.au I work flexibly and not averse to taking calls in the evenings and weekends to fit around your busy schedule. 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$70,000 - AU$95,000, per year, Bonuses offered
        • full-time
        An incredibly friendly and fun speech therapy clinic in the Northern Beaches are looking to add to their amazing team with a junior / senior speech therapist. With a caseload already provided, and a more relaxed view on billable hours, this is a great environment for any aspiring speechie to learn the ropes, or continue their development. Having met with the clinic director, I understand this is an ideal role for those with zero to little experience within speech therapy. They have senior clinicians who thrive on providing supervision and guidance, which is demonstrated through their capacity to bring on student placements. They are a highly thought of clinic in the area with most of their clients coming through referrals. about the role: As a Speech Therapist working with paediatric clients, you will be working within a multidisciplinary of Speechies and OTs to improve the lives of clients in the area. You will mostly be clinic based, but may have some school visits as well. Some of the duties include: Provide a range of evidence based therapies to match the needs of your clients;Focus on your client's goals and help them thrive by in-clinic, mobile and school therapy sessionsCollaborate with senoor staff to continue your professional developmentManage a caseload of mixed clients, including NDIS participantsProvide therapy for a range of conditions including autism, down syndrome, literacy etc.about you: As a passionate and ambitious Speech Therapist, you will complement the team if you have the following: Full SPA registration / eligible to registerBachelors degree in Speech PathologyPatient, flexible, caring and communicative with clientsThe ability to have fun & be a part of a close knit family.An eagerness to learn and developValid police check & drivers licencebenefits: Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityFlexible working promoted, with a lot of the staff working PT.Career progression fully supported and encouragedGenerous salary, a bonus paid above a very achievable revenue targetExisting case loadExternal and Internal training sessionsSupervision from clinicians and a director who have accumulated a large number of years in this professionOn-site parkingLunches with the teamWhat to do next I am happy to talk you through this role in more detail. All applications are assessed upon receipt, so please do not hesitate to reach out to me (details below). I work flexibly and not averse to taking calls in the evenings and weekends to fit around your busy schedule. t | 0466 644 381 e | gary.stuart@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.
        An incredibly friendly and fun speech therapy clinic in the Northern Beaches are looking to add to their amazing team with a junior / senior speech therapist. With a caseload already provided, and a more relaxed view on billable hours, this is a great environment for any aspiring speechie to learn the ropes, or continue their development. Having met with the clinic director, I understand this is an ideal role for those with zero to little experience within speech therapy. They have senior clinicians who thrive on providing supervision and guidance, which is demonstrated through their capacity to bring on student placements. They are a highly thought of clinic in the area with most of their clients coming through referrals. about the role: As a Speech Therapist working with paediatric clients, you will be working within a multidisciplinary of Speechies and OTs to improve the lives of clients in the area. You will mostly be clinic based, but may have some school visits as well. Some of the duties include: Provide a range of evidence based therapies to match the needs of your clients;Focus on your client's goals and help them thrive by in-clinic, mobile and school therapy sessionsCollaborate with senoor staff to continue your professional developmentManage a caseload of mixed clients, including NDIS participantsProvide therapy for a range of conditions including autism, down syndrome, literacy etc.about you: As a passionate and ambitious Speech Therapist, you will complement the team if you have the following: Full SPA registration / eligible to registerBachelors degree in Speech PathologyPatient, flexible, caring and communicative with clientsThe ability to have fun & be a part of a close knit family.An eagerness to learn and developValid police check & drivers licencebenefits: Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityFlexible working promoted, with a lot of the staff working PT.Career progression fully supported and encouragedGenerous salary, a bonus paid above a very achievable revenue targetExisting case loadExternal and Internal training sessionsSupervision from clinicians and a director who have accumulated a large number of years in this professionOn-site parkingLunches with the teamWhat to do next I am happy to talk you through this role in more detail. All applications are assessed upon receipt, so please do not hesitate to reach out to me (details below). I work flexibly and not averse to taking calls in the evenings and weekends to fit around your busy schedule. t | 0466 644 381 e | gary.stuart@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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, allowance to set up home office
        • full-time
        Role overview: A Sydney based clinic, with a large team of multidisciplinary health professionals, are looking to increase their clinicians who operate within their telehealth team. The role can either be full time or part time (min 3 days) and they offer an allowance to be able to set up your home office. This role is ideal for individuals seeking flexibility or those who enjoy working from home whilst still receiving full support, including monthly reimbursements towards your expenses (see below). Duties: Manage caseload is around 70% school aged children with a diagnosis of ADHD/ODD/Autism/Global developmental delay.Work with clients older and younger than this as well.handle predominantly NDIS caseload. However, there are times when only an assessment and report is required to access funding/other services etc.Provide care within Medicare and privately funded clients as wellLink up weekly for supervision or training requirementsRole criteria: Qualified Occupational Therapist or Speech PathologistRegistered with AHPRA or SPA, or eligibility for registrationability to work from home comfortablyWWCCWhat you will receive: $500 reimbursement of home office set up$50/month towards internet and phoneWe provide laptop, printer, headsetFull time remote IT support availableAbility to link in with large established team for PD, team building, skills, case discussion, supervisionDedicated full time admin and management just for Telehealth Clinic. We meet as a team weekly for team lunch and meetings.Above award salarySee varied client range including clients from rural and remote communitiesWhat to do next: If this sounds like an ideal role for you, please click 'apply' to set up a conversation with the consultant Gary Stuart. Alternatively, reach out via the details below to enquire further, or to discuss some of the other opportunities we are working on within Allied Health. Given the current trend of candidates seeking more flexibility, we imagine this role will not be around for long. Therefore, do not hesitate to reach out and apply. t 0466 644 381 e gary.stuart@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.
        Role overview: A Sydney based clinic, with a large team of multidisciplinary health professionals, are looking to increase their clinicians who operate within their telehealth team. The role can either be full time or part time (min 3 days) and they offer an allowance to be able to set up your home office. This role is ideal for individuals seeking flexibility or those who enjoy working from home whilst still receiving full support, including monthly reimbursements towards your expenses (see below). Duties: Manage caseload is around 70% school aged children with a diagnosis of ADHD/ODD/Autism/Global developmental delay.Work with clients older and younger than this as well.handle predominantly NDIS caseload. However, there are times when only an assessment and report is required to access funding/other services etc.Provide care within Medicare and privately funded clients as wellLink up weekly for supervision or training requirementsRole criteria: Qualified Occupational Therapist or Speech PathologistRegistered with AHPRA or SPA, or eligibility for registrationability to work from home comfortablyWWCCWhat you will receive: $500 reimbursement of home office set up$50/month towards internet and phoneWe provide laptop, printer, headsetFull time remote IT support availableAbility to link in with large established team for PD, team building, skills, case discussion, supervisionDedicated full time admin and management just for Telehealth Clinic. We meet as a team weekly for team lunch and meetings.Above award salarySee varied client range including clients from rural and remote communitiesWhat to do next: If this sounds like an ideal role for you, please click 'apply' to set up a conversation with the consultant Gary Stuart. Alternatively, reach out via the details below to enquire further, or to discuss some of the other opportunities we are working on within Allied Health. Given the current trend of candidates seeking more flexibility, we imagine this role will not be around for long. Therefore, do not hesitate to reach out and apply. t 0466 644 381 e gary.stuart@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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$33.33 - AU$33.33, per hour, plus super
        • full-time
        Your new companyWorking for a Big 4 Bank means that you will receive world-class training and support. You will be playing a key role in supporting their customers, who are at the heart of their business. This team is looking for hard working, outcome focused individuals, who strive to deliver exceptional customer service.Your new roleProvide a high level of customer service predominantly via email, with a small element of inbound callsUse multiple computer systems, alongside your problem solving skills, to ensure customer queries are resolvedEnsure customers records are kept up to dateAdministration duties as requiredYour skills and experiencePrevious banking experience is essentialPayments or retail banking experience is highly desirable - perfect opportunity for branch employees wanting to move into a back office positionAbility to multi-task and thrive in a busy environmentExcellent communication skills, both written and verbal‘Tech savvy’ with the ability to pick up new systems quicklyYour benefitsDetailed training and ongoing supportMonday - Friday full-time standard working hoursCompetitive hourly rate of $33.33 per hour + super 12 month ongoing temp position with potential to go permOpportunity to work from home full-time, after initial training period in office (Sydney CBD)Your next steps Click 'Apply Now' with an updated copy of your 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.
        Your new companyWorking for a Big 4 Bank means that you will receive world-class training and support. You will be playing a key role in supporting their customers, who are at the heart of their business. This team is looking for hard working, outcome focused individuals, who strive to deliver exceptional customer service.Your new roleProvide a high level of customer service predominantly via email, with a small element of inbound callsUse multiple computer systems, alongside your problem solving skills, to ensure customer queries are resolvedEnsure customers records are kept up to dateAdministration duties as requiredYour skills and experiencePrevious banking experience is essentialPayments or retail banking experience is highly desirable - perfect opportunity for branch employees wanting to move into a back office positionAbility to multi-task and thrive in a busy environmentExcellent communication skills, both written and verbal‘Tech savvy’ with the ability to pick up new systems quicklyYour benefitsDetailed training and ongoing supportMonday - Friday full-time standard working hoursCompetitive hourly rate of $33.33 per hour + super 12 month ongoing temp position with potential to go permOpportunity to work from home full-time, after initial training period in office (Sydney CBD)Your next steps Click 'Apply Now' with an updated copy of your 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
        • AU$175,000 - AU$200,000, per year, laptop, phone,attractive yearly bonus
        • full-time
        The Company From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to medium D&C build project’s ($100,000 to $20 Million), hold’s them very much in a sought after position in Sydney, allowing them to enter niche market’s and to continuously evolve.This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible. The roleAs a driven Senior Project Manager you will report directly into the Construction Manager and will run multiple projects with 2 x Project Managers directly reporting to you on smaller projects. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site, as well as site managers for the delivery of mixed commercial projects that range from $500,000 to $80 million AUD. The main project they are looking to acquire your skills for is working on 49 Townhouses, so New build and residential experience is highly desired.The role requires liaising with sub contractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own, as well as the support to be developed long term. Projects consist of: New Build & Full Fit Out from the Ground up.Educational dwellings (Schools and Uni's)Child Care CentresMedical ExtensionsHospitality – High end hotel chains, restaurantsSupermarketsBest and LessDan MurphysType of Work: Fit out to cold shellsFit out to warm shells (very few)Renovations/ExtensionsExtensions into adjoining tenancies (in shopping centres)Front, side and rear extensions on standalone buildingsNew build constructionKey responsibilitiesDeliver projects from $100,000 up to $20 million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure project is delivered on time and on cost.Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment.Duties:You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million.Skills:Record of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment.Qualifications / Exp:Degree qualified in Construction Management, Quantity surverying, Contract AdministrationSoftware: Cheops, Jobpac or Procore4 years working for a recognised Australian ContractorCulture:This employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.How to apply: Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB BUTTON or please email your cv to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 0412 872 301 for a confidential discussion about the position. 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 From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to medium D&C build project’s ($100,000 to $20 Million), hold’s them very much in a sought after position in Sydney, allowing them to enter niche market’s and to continuously evolve.This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible. The roleAs a driven Senior Project Manager you will report directly into the Construction Manager and will run multiple projects with 2 x Project Managers directly reporting to you on smaller projects. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site, as well as site managers for the delivery of mixed commercial projects that range from $500,000 to $80 million AUD. The main project they are looking to acquire your skills for is working on 49 Townhouses, so New build and residential experience is highly desired.The role requires liaising with sub contractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own, as well as the support to be developed long term. Projects consist of: New Build & Full Fit Out from the Ground up.Educational dwellings (Schools and Uni's)Child Care CentresMedical ExtensionsHospitality – High end hotel chains, restaurantsSupermarketsBest and LessDan MurphysType of Work: Fit out to cold shellsFit out to warm shells (very few)Renovations/ExtensionsExtensions into adjoining tenancies (in shopping centres)Front, side and rear extensions on standalone buildingsNew build constructionKey responsibilitiesDeliver projects from $100,000 up to $20 million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure project is delivered on time and on cost.Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment.Duties:You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million.Skills:Record of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment.Qualifications / Exp:Degree qualified in Construction Management, Quantity surverying, Contract AdministrationSoftware: Cheops, Jobpac or Procore4 years working for a recognised Australian ContractorCulture:This employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.How to apply: Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB BUTTON or please email your cv to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 0412 872 301 for a confidential discussion about the position. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$450 - AU$600 per day
        • full-time
        We are looking for an experienced Data Analyst, with Business focused skills for an initial contract based in Sydney. You will be working with the business to provide insights and reporting to help drive the organisation forward. This position will see you extracting data using SQL, creating and maintaining Dashboard using tools such as Google sheets and Tableau and managing business requests in relation to data driven insights. The person for this role will have the following skills and experience to excel in this role. Strong SQL SkillsExperience writing complex queriesTableau (Data visualisation experience)Business analysis experienceStrong presentation skills and the ability to present data and insights to various stakeholdersStrong attention to detailAny experience with Spark, Redshift, PythonThis is an urgent role looking to get someone started within the next 2 weeks. If you feel you have the skills and experience and are looking for your next challenge then please apply using the link below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        We are looking for an experienced Data Analyst, with Business focused skills for an initial contract based in Sydney. You will be working with the business to provide insights and reporting to help drive the organisation forward. This position will see you extracting data using SQL, creating and maintaining Dashboard using tools such as Google sheets and Tableau and managing business requests in relation to data driven insights. The person for this role will have the following skills and experience to excel in this role. Strong SQL SkillsExperience writing complex queriesTableau (Data visualisation experience)Business analysis experienceStrong presentation skills and the ability to present data and insights to various stakeholdersStrong attention to detailAny experience with Spark, Redshift, PythonThis is an urgent role looking to get someone started within the next 2 weeks. If you feel you have the skills and experience and are looking for your next challenge then please apply using the link below. 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.
        • lane cove, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$95,000, per year, up to 12k annual bonus for KPI's
        • full-time
        120 place serviceGreat Bonus SchemeSupportive upper management The Centre This 120 place centre is located in Lane Cove is beautifully designed, with bright and spacious learning areas. It is very accessible by car and public transport. The team and educators are very passionate and the upper management is well structured and very supportive. The Role Your role will be as the Centre Manager of this 120 place service and you will develop amazing relationships with the families, children and educators, have a hands on approach and lead the team of passionate educators whilst managing day to day operations You will be approachable and have passion and drive to improve and grow the service. Responsibilities are to: Lead a team to implement and adhere to high-quality practicesMotivate, 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 children.Have a thorough knowledge of the National Quality Framework (NQF) and Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) to implement across the service, ensuring this aligns with legislation and company policies, procedures and brand values. About you To be eligible for this position you must have: A Diploma in Children’s Services or Early Childhood Teaching degree (ACECQA assessed equivalent)A current Working with Children Check, Senior First Aid, CPR, Asthma and Anaphylaxis certificatesExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS) and Rating and Assessment processStrong experience creating and maintaining a Centre Quality Improvement ProgramGreat communication, leadership and management skills To apply Please apply via the link or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.au Not for you? Please reach out to discuss what other roles we have available that suit what you are looking for For more information call Kate on 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.
        120 place serviceGreat Bonus SchemeSupportive upper management The Centre This 120 place centre is located in Lane Cove is beautifully designed, with bright and spacious learning areas. It is very accessible by car and public transport. The team and educators are very passionate and the upper management is well structured and very supportive. The Role Your role will be as the Centre Manager of this 120 place service and you will develop amazing relationships with the families, children and educators, have a hands on approach and lead the team of passionate educators whilst managing day to day operations You will be approachable and have passion and drive to improve and grow the service. Responsibilities are to: Lead a team to implement and adhere to high-quality practicesMotivate, 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 children.Have a thorough knowledge of the National Quality Framework (NQF) and Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) to implement across the service, ensuring this aligns with legislation and company policies, procedures and brand values. About you To be eligible for this position you must have: A Diploma in Children’s Services or Early Childhood Teaching degree (ACECQA assessed equivalent)A current Working with Children Check, Senior First Aid, CPR, Asthma and Anaphylaxis certificatesExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS) and Rating and Assessment processStrong experience creating and maintaining a Centre Quality Improvement ProgramGreat communication, leadership and management skills To apply Please apply via the link or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.au Not for you? Please reach out to discuss what other roles we have available that suit what you are looking for For more information call Kate on 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.
        • lane cove, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$30.00 - AU$42.00, per hour, 2IC training provided
        • full-time
        2IC training providedAbove award salaryClose to shops and public transportThe Centre A beautiful 120 place heritage-listed service located in the heart of Lane Cove is looking for an Assistant Director/2IC to assist the Centre Manager with the daily operations and management of the childcare centre. This service has large, purpose-built environments that promote exploration, learning and imagination among children. There is a large amount of modern education resources for children as well as staff to utilize. With a committed and experienced staff, you will be a part of a rewarding team environment and have the opportunity to guide them to success. The Role Your role will be as the 2IC of the centre and ECT of the preschool room. As the centre grows and training is provided, you will have more days off the floor to work within the 2IC at its full potential. This position is open to applicants looking for a step-up and way forward in their career. Experience as a 2IC isn't necessary however experience as an Ed Leader or Room Leader is desirable. Your responsibilities are to: Work with and alongside the Centre Director to manage the daily responsibilities of running and maintaining a busy childcare serviceHave a thorough knowledge of and experience with implementing the Early Years Learning Framework, National Quality Standards and Child Safety StandardWork as an Early Childhood Teacher in the preschool room with time off the floor to commit to your 2IC responsibilitiesLead a team to implement and adhere to high-quality practicesMotivate, support and work in partnership with your team of Teachers and Educators driving them to excel as they deliver care and educational programs to children.Create a warm and welcoming environment for children, families and caregiversBuild positive relationships with the children, families and other educators at the centreSome benefits of working at the centre include: Above award wagesOn the job training to be an Assistant DirectorStaff discount for childcareDedicated staff and management that provide support and coaching to allow for career developmentUniform allowanceAbout You To be successful in this position you must have: An Early Childhood Teaching Degree, or working towards the qualification (ACECQA-approved)Provisional or Proficient NESA AccreditationA strong understanding of the EYLF and NQFA current Working with Children’s CheckCurrent first-aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainExperience as an Ed Leader or Room Leader is desirableIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.au Not for you? Please reach out to have a confidential conversation about the other positions we have available that suit what you are looking for Tel: 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.
        2IC training providedAbove award salaryClose to shops and public transportThe Centre A beautiful 120 place heritage-listed service located in the heart of Lane Cove is looking for an Assistant Director/2IC to assist the Centre Manager with the daily operations and management of the childcare centre. This service has large, purpose-built environments that promote exploration, learning and imagination among children. There is a large amount of modern education resources for children as well as staff to utilize. With a committed and experienced staff, you will be a part of a rewarding team environment and have the opportunity to guide them to success. The Role Your role will be as the 2IC of the centre and ECT of the preschool room. As the centre grows and training is provided, you will have more days off the floor to work within the 2IC at its full potential. This position is open to applicants looking for a step-up and way forward in their career. Experience as a 2IC isn't necessary however experience as an Ed Leader or Room Leader is desirable. Your responsibilities are to: Work with and alongside the Centre Director to manage the daily responsibilities of running and maintaining a busy childcare serviceHave a thorough knowledge of and experience with implementing the Early Years Learning Framework, National Quality Standards and Child Safety StandardWork as an Early Childhood Teacher in the preschool room with time off the floor to commit to your 2IC responsibilitiesLead a team to implement and adhere to high-quality practicesMotivate, support and work in partnership with your team of Teachers and Educators driving them to excel as they deliver care and educational programs to children.Create a warm and welcoming environment for children, families and caregiversBuild positive relationships with the children, families and other educators at the centreSome benefits of working at the centre include: Above award wagesOn the job training to be an Assistant DirectorStaff discount for childcareDedicated staff and management that provide support and coaching to allow for career developmentUniform allowanceAbout You To be successful in this position you must have: An Early Childhood Teaching Degree, or working towards the qualification (ACECQA-approved)Provisional or Proficient NESA AccreditationA strong understanding of the EYLF and NQFA current Working with Children’s CheckCurrent first-aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) or willing to obtainExperience as an Ed Leader or Room Leader is desirableIf you wish to apply for this role please do so via the website or email your resume directly to kate.ward@randstad.com.au Not for you? Please reach out to have a confidential conversation about the other positions we have available that suit what you are looking for Tel: 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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$350 - AU$370, per day, plus super
        • full-time
        Immediate startShort term contract with a view to extendWork from home flexibilityOur ClientOur client is a global leader in the technologies and digital transformation space who are going through an exciting period of growth after the successful acquisition of another business. They are best known for their tailored software solutions and their diverse working culture. The RoleReporting to the Procurement Lead, this role will see you managing the transition of 180 contractors to our client’s payroll. Your duties will include: Creating work orders through FieldglassLiaising with internal and external stakeholders Ensuring all documentation is compliantCreating and maintaining contract extensions for temporary workforceCreating, maintaining and following up purchase orders The BenefitsAbility to work from homeLearning and development opportunitiesDiverse and inclusive work cultureAbout YouPrior experience as a Recruitment Administrator, Recruitment Coordinator, Candidate Manager, Workforce Administrator, Talent Acquisition or Administration experienceA strong understanding of FieldglassExcellent written and verbal communication skills To be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson on jessika.anderson@randstad.com.au for more information.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Immediate startShort term contract with a view to extendWork from home flexibilityOur ClientOur client is a global leader in the technologies and digital transformation space who are going through an exciting period of growth after the successful acquisition of another business. They are best known for their tailored software solutions and their diverse working culture. The RoleReporting to the Procurement Lead, this role will see you managing the transition of 180 contractors to our client’s payroll. Your duties will include: Creating work orders through FieldglassLiaising with internal and external stakeholders Ensuring all documentation is compliantCreating and maintaining contract extensions for temporary workforceCreating, maintaining and following up purchase orders The BenefitsAbility to work from homeLearning and development opportunitiesDiverse and inclusive work cultureAbout YouPrior experience as a Recruitment Administrator, Recruitment Coordinator, Candidate Manager, Workforce Administrator, Talent Acquisition or Administration experienceA strong understanding of FieldglassExcellent written and verbal communication skills To be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson on jessika.anderson@randstad.com.au for more information.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Key relationship role in Agribusiness, use your network and knowledge on lending to rural businesses to drive sales and client solutions in Wagga Wagga, Country NSW.This is a key role for this business’ office, being part of a local network of hubs for agri-business customers. This bank prides itself on its ability to service agricultural customers at all levels, to deliver exemplary service. You will liaise daily with customers and put their interests first, working in partnership with them to deliver results. This role would suit someone with high initiative and a desire to solve customers’ needs, in order to spot opportunities and use the Bank’s tools to effectively assist customers with relevant products and specialities.Skills required:Deep understanding of rural businessProven track-record in strong credit-writing, documents and relationship management/salesStrong cash-flow interpretation, P&L/Balance Sheet analysis skillsExcellent communication (oral and written) and planning skillsWe would also consider candidates in agribusiness industry, non-banking, that can demonstrate relevant skills or someone looking for a step up in banking.To discuss this opportunity, please call Chris Gatley on 0402 177 849 or email your résumé to Chris.Gatley@randstad.com.au / apply for the role using the link. Confidentiality is assured.To be considered for this position you must have Australian Permanent Residency/Citizenship and ideally have prior experience in Australian Business/Commercial Banking.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.
        Key relationship role in Agribusiness, use your network and knowledge on lending to rural businesses to drive sales and client solutions in Wagga Wagga, Country NSW.This is a key role for this business’ office, being part of a local network of hubs for agri-business customers. This bank prides itself on its ability to service agricultural customers at all levels, to deliver exemplary service. You will liaise daily with customers and put their interests first, working in partnership with them to deliver results. This role would suit someone with high initiative and a desire to solve customers’ needs, in order to spot opportunities and use the Bank’s tools to effectively assist customers with relevant products and specialities.Skills required:Deep understanding of rural businessProven track-record in strong credit-writing, documents and relationship management/salesStrong cash-flow interpretation, P&L/Balance Sheet analysis skillsExcellent communication (oral and written) and planning skillsWe would also consider candidates in agribusiness industry, non-banking, that can demonstrate relevant skills or someone looking for a step up in banking.To discuss this opportunity, please call Chris Gatley on 0402 177 849 or email your résumé to Chris.Gatley@randstad.com.au / apply for the role using the link. Confidentiality is assured.To be considered for this position you must have Australian Permanent Residency/Citizenship and ideally have prior experience in Australian Business/Commercial Banking.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$600 - AU$800 per day
        • full-time
        A NSW Government agency is currently looking for an experienced Procurement Specialist specifically looking after Professional Services.Responsibilities:Manage the full lifecycle of a complex procurement/sourcing project to deliver value for money outcomesProvide end to end procurement services including but not limited to developing procurement strategies and RFx documentation, conducting RFx evaluation, negotiating and drafting/issuing contracts and GIPA noticesManage source to contract activities, whilst ensuring guidance is provided across stakeholders, tender evaluations and preparing recommendations.Conduct contract negotiations and prepare documentation for final consolidation and award.Provide support to pricing reviews and contract re-negotiation, manage performance reviews, resolving supplier performance matters and incidentsProvide strategies for dealing with contractual issues and variations as they are raised, and consult with the businessReporting directly to the Procurement Manager and working closely with the leadership team. Essential requirements Experience across Corporate Services namely professional servicesPrevious experience working with NSW Government will be highly desirableExperience across transformation environments within a large complex organisationStrong communication and written skillsStrong engagement across system improvements, stakeholder relationships and risk managementHow to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@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. 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.
        A NSW Government agency is currently looking for an experienced Procurement Specialist specifically looking after Professional Services.Responsibilities:Manage the full lifecycle of a complex procurement/sourcing project to deliver value for money outcomesProvide end to end procurement services including but not limited to developing procurement strategies and RFx documentation, conducting RFx evaluation, negotiating and drafting/issuing contracts and GIPA noticesManage source to contract activities, whilst ensuring guidance is provided across stakeholders, tender evaluations and preparing recommendations.Conduct contract negotiations and prepare documentation for final consolidation and award.Provide support to pricing reviews and contract re-negotiation, manage performance reviews, resolving supplier performance matters and incidentsProvide strategies for dealing with contractual issues and variations as they are raised, and consult with the businessReporting directly to the Procurement Manager and working closely with the leadership team. Essential requirements Experience across Corporate Services namely professional servicesPrevious experience working with NSW Government will be highly desirableExperience across transformation environments within a large complex organisationStrong communication and written skillsStrong engagement across system improvements, stakeholder relationships and risk managementHow to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@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. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$600 - AU$800 per year
        • full-time
        An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced Procurement Specialist to join a reputable NSW Government agency in Sydney.Responsibilities:Engage in procurement activities including strategic sourcing activities, running tenders within Construction/Infrastructure across scopes of work, RFQ's and contract managementRequests for quotes and proposalsUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirableEngage with multiple suppliers, stakeholders and business unitsEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationships Essential requirementsExperience with GC212 + years experience working in Procurement, preferably in construction/infrastructure spaceUnderstanding of NSW Government Procurement Framework is highly desirable Experience in working within an team environment and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.How to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@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.
        An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced Procurement Specialist to join a reputable NSW Government agency in Sydney.Responsibilities:Engage in procurement activities including strategic sourcing activities, running tenders within Construction/Infrastructure across scopes of work, RFQ's and contract managementRequests for quotes and proposalsUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirableEngage with multiple suppliers, stakeholders and business unitsEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationships Essential requirementsExperience with GC212 + years experience working in Procurement, preferably in construction/infrastructure spaceUnderstanding of NSW Government Procurement Framework is highly desirable Experience in working within an team environment and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.How to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$450 - AU$550 per day
        • full-time
        A reputable NSW Government agency is now looking for an experienced Procurement Officer with a previous background working in NSW Government.There will be a strong scope of work involved with supporting the Procurement Manager across developing strategic sourcing activities within their indirect spend as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Reporting to the Procurement Manager, assisting in developing category plans across the indirect spendContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide advice and guidance to the business across Indirect Spend including professional services, corporate services, IT, contingent Labour etc. from a procurement perspective including strategic sourcing, contract managementProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementKey Requirements:Experience in working within a procurement division with a focus on indirect spend and delivering projectsRelevant tertiary qualifications in supply Chain or business management risk or similarDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleStrong communication and stakeholder management skills across different levelsIf you are interested in this role, please apply to this ad, or alternatively for a confidential discussion and specific questions, please email Michelle via michelle.wakim@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.
        A reputable NSW Government agency is now looking for an experienced Procurement Officer with a previous background working in NSW Government.There will be a strong scope of work involved with supporting the Procurement Manager across developing strategic sourcing activities within their indirect spend as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Reporting to the Procurement Manager, assisting in developing category plans across the indirect spendContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide advice and guidance to the business across Indirect Spend including professional services, corporate services, IT, contingent Labour etc. from a procurement perspective including strategic sourcing, contract managementProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementKey Requirements:Experience in working within a procurement division with a focus on indirect spend and delivering projectsRelevant tertiary qualifications in supply Chain or business management risk or similarDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleStrong communication and stakeholder management skills across different levelsIf you are interested in this role, please apply to this ad, or alternatively for a confidential discussion and specific questions, please email Michelle via michelle.wakim@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.
        • padstow, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$25.00 - AU$27.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Randstad have opportunities available for experienced Assemblers/Process Work to join across many sites in Sydney.About the role : Have worked in a busy process driven role Carry out assembly work on fast paced lines.Ability to stand for long periods and complete repetitive manual tasksAbility to work in a cold environment of temperatures as low as 4 degrees Celsius in some areasCleaning duties as required and maintaining a clean work areaMonday to FridayTo be considered for this role you will have:Full availability, Monday to Friday with some OT.Full work rightsStrong attention to detailBe Punctual & ReliableOwn reliable transport preferredSafety conscious, follow the safety rules, and be mindful of risksSkills and experienceExperience working with Hand Tools including drills, screwdrivers. As well as experience with RF Scanning. Food manufacturing process.Previous employment in furniture manufacturing, assembly, or restoration or in other production/assembly rolesIf you have experience in other manufacturing industries or warehouse experience then we encourage you to apply!At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad have opportunities available for experienced Assemblers/Process Work to join across many sites in Sydney.About the role : Have worked in a busy process driven role Carry out assembly work on fast paced lines.Ability to stand for long periods and complete repetitive manual tasksAbility to work in a cold environment of temperatures as low as 4 degrees Celsius in some areasCleaning duties as required and maintaining a clean work areaMonday to FridayTo be considered for this role you will have:Full availability, Monday to Friday with some OT.Full work rightsStrong attention to detailBe Punctual & ReliableOwn reliable transport preferredSafety conscious, follow the safety rules, and be mindful of risksSkills and experienceExperience working with Hand Tools including drills, screwdrivers. As well as experience with RF Scanning. Food manufacturing process.Previous employment in furniture manufacturing, assembly, or restoration or in other production/assembly rolesIf you have experience in other manufacturing industries or warehouse experience then we encourage you to apply!At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • riverwood, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$26 per year
        • full-time
        Skills and experienceExperience working with Hand Tools including drills, screwdrivers. As well as experience with RF Scanning. Food manufacturing process.Previous employment in furniture manufacturing, assembly, or restoration or in other production/assembly rolesAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Skills and experienceExperience working with Hand Tools including drills, screwdrivers. As well as experience with RF Scanning. Food manufacturing process.Previous employment in furniture manufacturing, assembly, or restoration or in other production/assembly rolesAt 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$95,000, per year, Superannuation
        • full-time
        Leading Global SAAS provider requires a full time Permanent Systems Administrator to work in their CBDSydney office.As a Systems Administrator you will be responsible to help build, implement and manage theproduction environment.The position will require a basic understanding of Linux along with windowsservices and configuration. The ideal candidate will have technical experience with a solidfoundation of operating system and networking skills along with a positive attitude.Daily responsibilities will include:● Monitor and maintain all production system equipment and services● Document technical environments, processes and procedures, testing plans, project plans.● Provide direct support to Software Development, Quality Engineering, Customer Support,Professional Services and third party vendors as needed to resolve production problems● Maintain network and systems configurations for national and international data centers.To succeed in this position you will have:● Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required● Experience with systems administration, as well as hardware and software troubleshooting● Knowledge of Linux (Centos or Redhat)● Windows server experience● Basic understanding of TCP/IP, network devices such as switches, hubs, routers, firewalls● Experience in managing large server environmentsIn return my client offers a fantastic office environment.A package of Base, Super & Training is on offer for the successful candidate.Please call Alicia Galluzzo@ Randstad Technologies on 0430 119 091 for aconfidential discussion.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.
        Leading Global SAAS provider requires a full time Permanent Systems Administrator to work in their CBDSydney office.As a Systems Administrator you will be responsible to help build, implement and manage theproduction environment.The position will require a basic understanding of Linux along with windowsservices and configuration. The ideal candidate will have technical experience with a solidfoundation of operating system and networking skills along with a positive attitude.Daily responsibilities will include:● Monitor and maintain all production system equipment and services● Document technical environments, processes and procedures, testing plans, project plans.● Provide direct support to Software Development, Quality Engineering, Customer Support,Professional Services and third party vendors as needed to resolve production problems● Maintain network and systems configurations for national and international data centers.To succeed in this position you will have:● Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required● Experience with systems administration, as well as hardware and software troubleshooting● Knowledge of Linux (Centos or Redhat)● Windows server experience● Basic understanding of TCP/IP, network devices such as switches, hubs, routers, firewalls● Experience in managing large server environmentsIn return my client offers a fantastic office environment.A package of Base, Super & Training is on offer for the successful candidate.Please call Alicia Galluzzo@ Randstad Technologies on 0430 119 091 for aconfidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$160,000 - AU$180,000, per year, incl super
        • full-time
        This change team is fundamental to all reengineering and automation in the business and will be recruiting the successful candidate on an initial 12 month fixed term contract, with strong possibility of extension. The successful candidate for the position of Associate Director, Finance Change will: Lead finance process improvement and technology enablement projects.Implementing changes to processes, systems, reporting and operating modelsConvert business needs into clearly defined goals and ensure timely delivery of initiativesWorking collaboratively and influencing key stakeholders across the businessManaging priorities in a complex regulatory environmentLead and direct the project including highlighting and escalating risk issuesFor the position of Associate Director, Finance Change the candidate requires the following skills: Qualified AccountantExposure to Finance change environment within a highly regulated environmentExperience in the Financial Markets domainPreferably had exposure to Systems changeProject management experience and partnering the businessExperience of the Agile approach to analysis and solutionsAbility to make high level decisions and influence key stakeholdersIf you are interested in the position of Associate Director, Finance Change and can demonstrate the right skills and experience please apply today or call for a confidential discussion - Gail Cunningham 0434745920 / gail.cunningham@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.
        This change team is fundamental to all reengineering and automation in the business and will be recruiting the successful candidate on an initial 12 month fixed term contract, with strong possibility of extension. The successful candidate for the position of Associate Director, Finance Change will: Lead finance process improvement and technology enablement projects.Implementing changes to processes, systems, reporting and operating modelsConvert business needs into clearly defined goals and ensure timely delivery of initiativesWorking collaboratively and influencing key stakeholders across the businessManaging priorities in a complex regulatory environmentLead and direct the project including highlighting and escalating risk issuesFor the position of Associate Director, Finance Change the candidate requires the following skills: Qualified AccountantExposure to Finance change environment within a highly regulated environmentExperience in the Financial Markets domainPreferably had exposure to Systems changeProject management experience and partnering the businessExperience of the Agile approach to analysis and solutionsAbility to make high level decisions and influence key stakeholdersIf you are interested in the position of Associate Director, Finance Change and can demonstrate the right skills and experience please apply today or call for a confidential discussion - Gail Cunningham 0434745920 / gail.cunningham@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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$125,000 - AU$130,000 per year
        • full-time
        Responsibilities:Monitoring compliance of Investment Partners with their obligations as set out within legal agreements.Partner with portfolio managers, trading and dealing staff to ensure security and cash positions are correctly operationalised utilising the system, and are correctly reflected within associated internal and external reporting.Supporting the end-to-end trade lifecycle for cash, fixed income, futures, cleared OTC derivatives and collateral management processes.Requirments:Excellent knowledge of investment operations activities and functions.Confidence in dealing with all levels of stakeholders, both internally and externally.Understanding of investment instruments and the operation of investment markets.Understanding of direct investment activities including property, infrastructure and private equity.Proven experience in dealing with auditors, custodians and other external service providers. If this role sounds like you and you are interested in finding out more information, please reach out to Sarah Croke at Randstad - 0477 696 046 / sarah.croke@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.
        Responsibilities:Monitoring compliance of Investment Partners with their obligations as set out within legal agreements.Partner with portfolio managers, trading and dealing staff to ensure security and cash positions are correctly operationalised utilising the system, and are correctly reflected within associated internal and external reporting.Supporting the end-to-end trade lifecycle for cash, fixed income, futures, cleared OTC derivatives and collateral management processes.Requirments:Excellent knowledge of investment operations activities and functions.Confidence in dealing with all levels of stakeholders, both internally and externally.Understanding of investment instruments and the operation of investment markets.Understanding of direct investment activities including property, infrastructure and private equity.Proven experience in dealing with auditors, custodians and other external service providers. If this role sounds like you and you are interested in finding out more information, please reach out to Sarah Croke at Randstad - 0477 696 046 / sarah.croke@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$65,000 - AU$70,000, per year, plus Bonus
        • full-time
        Your New Company/Role:As an established and reputable multinational organization within the recruitment industry, my client is looking for an experienced Credit Officer to join their growing and high performing team which is highly driven by results, due to their remarkable track record and growth in their business. This is a permanent full time position for the right candidate who is eager to grow in their career and within the accounting industry.About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:Reporting directly to the Team Leader who is nurturing and encourages professional growth to aid in your career progression, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Managing your own large ledger (350-400 clients) ranging from various industriesHigh volume debt collectionLiaising with customers/clients and working within tight deadlinesAbility to use multiple systems simultaneouslyStructuring payment plans and processing credit applicationsProactively answering queries and resolving disputes successfullyProactive debt collection calls and following up on remittance receiptsPerforming credit checks (run reports with designated credit agencies)Assist with any ad hoc duties as assignedIdeal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has experience within a full function Credit/Collection role - high volume environment. You will also bring: Minimum 2 years or more prior experience within credit functions Exposure to working in a medium to large organisation performing credit functions via calls, portal, systems, emails etcExperience using multiple systems simultaneouslyAbility to work autonomously and handle work with accountabilityHigh attention to detail Self starter / fast learnerStrong communication skills and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to multitask in a fast paced environment and work within a team environmentGreat negotiation skillsAbility to work in a loud environmentMicrosoft Dynamics Great Plain experience (ideal but not mandatory)Prior experience within service industry is highly desirable BenefitsExcellent location - Sydney CBD - right next to Wynyard Train Station$65,000 - $70,000 (based on experience) + Super + BonusGreat team culture - friendly environment Great onboarding and training providedWFH arrangements (2 days per week) - once training is completed If you have the required skills and experience needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. Alternatively, send an email to nisha.marimuthu@randstad.com.au to discuss further about the position/career direction!*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 an established and reputable multinational organization within the recruitment industry, my client is looking for an experienced Credit Officer to join their growing and high performing team which is highly driven by results, due to their remarkable track record and growth in their business. This is a permanent full time position for the right candidate who is eager to grow in their career and within the accounting industry.About the Opportunity / Responsibilities:Reporting directly to the Team Leader who is nurturing and encourages professional growth to aid in your career progression, your main responsibilities will be but not limited to:Managing your own large ledger (350-400 clients) ranging from various industriesHigh volume debt collectionLiaising with customers/clients and working within tight deadlinesAbility to use multiple systems simultaneouslyStructuring payment plans and processing credit applicationsProactively answering queries and resolving disputes successfullyProactive debt collection calls and following up on remittance receiptsPerforming credit checks (run reports with designated credit agencies)Assist with any ad hoc duties as assignedIdeal ProfileThis opportunity is for someone who has experience within a full function Credit/Collection role - high volume environment. You will also bring: Minimum 2 years or more prior experience within credit functions Exposure to working in a medium to large organisation performing credit functions via calls, portal, systems, emails etcExperience using multiple systems simultaneouslyAbility to work autonomously and handle work with accountabilityHigh attention to detail Self starter / fast learnerStrong communication skills and ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to multitask in a fast paced environment and work within a team environmentGreat negotiation skillsAbility to work in a loud environmentMicrosoft Dynamics Great Plain experience (ideal but not mandatory)Prior experience within service industry is highly desirable BenefitsExcellent location - Sydney CBD - right next to Wynyard Train Station$65,000 - $70,000 (based on experience) + Super + BonusGreat team culture - friendly environment Great onboarding and training providedWFH arrangements (2 days per week) - once training is completed If you have the required skills and experience needed for this position, kindly please click the 'Apply' button below. Alternatively, send an email to nisha.marimuthu@randstad.com.au to discuss further about the position/career direction!*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.
        • sydney cbd, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$95,000, per year, superannuation
        • full-time
        Growing business Internal talent acquisition Career development opportunities Permanent opportunity This is your chance to join a passionate internal talent team and build this reputable business to the next level. Reporting straight to the Talent Director you will be responsible for the recruitment of your own dedicated department of the business. You will be joining a fun and collaborative team that regularly organise team events. Joining this business will give you great career opportunities and will set you up for success for years to come. This is not your standard recruitment role. In this role, you are responsible for hiring the best talent for your assigned department with candidates provided by recruitment agencies. You are building and managing relationships with the hiring managers in your department the agencies on the preferred supplier list. You are looking after the full recruitment process except for the sourcing part, your contacts at the agencies are taking care of this.To be successful, you are a great communicator with a good amount of resilience. You like to work in a fast-paced environment and can prioritise accordingly. Experience in a recruitment or talent acquisition role is ideal and agency recruiters are more than welcome. Please call Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 if you have any questions or if you would like to explore this role further. Alternatively, please send your application to sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au or apply using the link below. We look forward to hearing from you. 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.
        Growing business Internal talent acquisition Career development opportunities Permanent opportunity This is your chance to join a passionate internal talent team and build this reputable business to the next level. Reporting straight to the Talent Director you will be responsible for the recruitment of your own dedicated department of the business. You will be joining a fun and collaborative team that regularly organise team events. Joining this business will give you great career opportunities and will set you up for success for years to come. This is not your standard recruitment role. In this role, you are responsible for hiring the best talent for your assigned department with candidates provided by recruitment agencies. You are building and managing relationships with the hiring managers in your department the agencies on the preferred supplier list. You are looking after the full recruitment process except for the sourcing part, your contacts at the agencies are taking care of this.To be successful, you are a great communicator with a good amount of resilience. You like to work in a fast-paced environment and can prioritise accordingly. Experience in a recruitment or talent acquisition role is ideal and agency recruiters are more than welcome. Please call Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 if you have any questions or if you would like to explore this role further. Alternatively, please send your application to sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au or apply using the link below. We look forward to hearing from you. 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.
        • north sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, superannuation
        • full-time
        Permanent opportunity Work with a great team Career development Great company culture An amazing opportunity has become available to join this well-known and well-respected Australian business as its L&D specialist. Working in a collaborative and fun team you work on innovative strategies to change the way the business is developing its talent. In this role, you are responsible for the learning gap analysis of different departments of the business. After the gap analysis, you will design and amend innovative training material to close the gaps. The sky is the limit and the company is keen to hear your ideas and see what is possible in Learning and Development. Use your creativity and your passion for L&D to come up with new ways of learning. You will be the one facilitating the newly designed training as well. To be successful in this role, you have worked in a L&D position before with experience in learning gap analysis, instructional design, and facilitation. You have a true passion for L&D and your communication skills are on point. Are you interested in hearing more about this opportunity? Please do not hesitate to contact Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 or email her at sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. Ready to apply? Please apply using the link below. We look forward to hearing from you. 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.
        Permanent opportunity Work with a great team Career development Great company culture An amazing opportunity has become available to join this well-known and well-respected Australian business as its L&D specialist. Working in a collaborative and fun team you work on innovative strategies to change the way the business is developing its talent. In this role, you are responsible for the learning gap analysis of different departments of the business. After the gap analysis, you will design and amend innovative training material to close the gaps. The sky is the limit and the company is keen to hear your ideas and see what is possible in Learning and Development. Use your creativity and your passion for L&D to come up with new ways of learning. You will be the one facilitating the newly designed training as well. To be successful in this role, you have worked in a L&D position before with experience in learning gap analysis, instructional design, and facilitation. You have a true passion for L&D and your communication skills are on point. Are you interested in hearing more about this opportunity? Please do not hesitate to contact Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 or email her at sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. Ready to apply? Please apply using the link below. We look forward to hearing from you. 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$100,000 - AU$113,000, per year, Package
        • full-time
        Permanent opportunity for a talented Digital Performance Specialist for one of the world's leading universities. The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring content on the University’s web platform is continually optimised to meet user needs and to support Marketing and Communications objectives. The role is also responsible for developing and actioning the personalisation strategy across the various websites. Key Accountabilities:Driven by user data and analytics, ensure content across the University’s most trafficked sites is audience-driven, optimised for SEO, follows the University’s standard IA and guidelines and supports the University’s web content principlesWork closely with marketing teams to direct changes to any web content that contravenes the web content principles and/or does not comply with University standards such as editorial style, tone of voice and accessibility guidelinesResponsible for ongoing optimisation and performance of key University pages and sites identifying new opportunities for an enhanced user experience or performance against page objectives through use of data and insightsUses Adobe Target to develop and implement personalisation tests on key University pages and sites, taking a test and learn approachUses Adobe Analytics reporting to recommend and implement measures to optimise and personalise across the platform, including content, images and CTAsManage digital projects to enhance the user experience of the University web platform including new technologies such as marketing automationWork with the Brand and Content team and Marketing and Communications to ensure guidelines for content, navigation, and structure are followedWork as part of an Agile project team, including attending daily stand-ups, and meeting sprint targetsDevelop effective and supportive relationship with staff at all levels across the University and maintain a customer-focused approach in the delivery of services Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications and relevant experience, or combination of relevant experience and/or education/trainingDemonstrated ability optimising website content for different audiences and channels, based on user behaviour and objectivesDemonstrated ability to build strong relationships with key internal stakeholders within a complex organisationWell-developed organisational and project management skills with the capacity to manage competing priorities, maintain attention to detail and meet deadlines and work under pressureDemonstrated experience and deep understanding of SEODemonstrated experience and knowledge of Adobe Experience ManagerDemonstrated experience creating workspaces in Adobe Analytics and using standardised dashboards to inform strategiesDemonstrated experience using Adobe Target and Adobe Analytics to develop, action, and report on personalisation strategiesExperience and knowledge of website accessibility criteriaExperience and understanding of audience user-journeys and mappingClosing soon, apply now for immediate consideration. 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.
        Permanent opportunity for a talented Digital Performance Specialist for one of the world's leading universities. The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring content on the University’s web platform is continually optimised to meet user needs and to support Marketing and Communications objectives. The role is also responsible for developing and actioning the personalisation strategy across the various websites. Key Accountabilities:Driven by user data and analytics, ensure content across the University’s most trafficked sites is audience-driven, optimised for SEO, follows the University’s standard IA and guidelines and supports the University’s web content principlesWork closely with marketing teams to direct changes to any web content that contravenes the web content principles and/or does not comply with University standards such as editorial style, tone of voice and accessibility guidelinesResponsible for ongoing optimisation and performance of key University pages and sites identifying new opportunities for an enhanced user experience or performance against page objectives through use of data and insightsUses Adobe Target to develop and implement personalisation tests on key University pages and sites, taking a test and learn approachUses Adobe Analytics reporting to recommend and implement measures to optimise and personalise across the platform, including content, images and CTAsManage digital projects to enhance the user experience of the University web platform including new technologies such as marketing automationWork with the Brand and Content team and Marketing and Communications to ensure guidelines for content, navigation, and structure are followedWork as part of an Agile project team, including attending daily stand-ups, and meeting sprint targetsDevelop effective and supportive relationship with staff at all levels across the University and maintain a customer-focused approach in the delivery of services Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications and relevant experience, or combination of relevant experience and/or education/trainingDemonstrated ability optimising website content for different audiences and channels, based on user behaviour and objectivesDemonstrated ability to build strong relationships with key internal stakeholders within a complex organisationWell-developed organisational and project management skills with the capacity to manage competing priorities, maintain attention to detail and meet deadlines and work under pressureDemonstrated experience and deep understanding of SEODemonstrated experience and knowledge of Adobe Experience ManagerDemonstrated experience creating workspaces in Adobe Analytics and using standardised dashboards to inform strategiesDemonstrated experience using Adobe Target and Adobe Analytics to develop, action, and report on personalisation strategiesExperience and knowledge of website accessibility criteriaExperience and understanding of audience user-journeys and mappingClosing soon, apply now for immediate consideration. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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