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      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      Your responsibilitiesProvide administrative support to the team including processing letters, invoices, reports and records.Provide customer service through face to face contact, phone and email in a prompt and courteous manner.Registration, preparation and collation of applications, correspondence, certificates, notices, complaints, approval documents and all other forms of communications as they relate to the Portfolio.Assist technical officers in dealing with and advising applicants on how to make and check applications, lodge development applications at the front counter, comply with development procedures and monitoring work flow.To address general enquires, and backup other clerical functions in a prompt and courteous mannerContributing to workplace health and safety, risk, environmental and quality objectives and targetsKey capabilitiesDemonstrated working experience in office administration.Demonstrated ability to provide a high level of customer service and advice.Demonstrated ability to effectively use Microsoft suite of programs and electronic records management.Ability to plan, organise, set priorities and manage time to ensure objectives are achieved within an agreed timeline.Capacity to communicate effectively both in oral and written form.Ability to constructively contribute to organisational and team outcomes.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format or email kimberly.corneille@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.
      Your responsibilitiesProvide administrative support to the team including processing letters, invoices, reports and records.Provide customer service through face to face contact, phone and email in a prompt and courteous manner.Registration, preparation and collation of applications, correspondence, certificates, notices, complaints, approval documents and all other forms of communications as they relate to the Portfolio.Assist technical officers in dealing with and advising applicants on how to make and check applications, lodge development applications at the front counter, comply with development procedures and monitoring work flow.To address general enquires, and backup other clerical functions in a prompt and courteous mannerContributing to workplace health and safety, risk, environmental and quality objectives and targetsKey capabilitiesDemonstrated working experience in office administration.Demonstrated ability to provide a high level of customer service and advice.Demonstrated ability to effectively use Microsoft suite of programs and electronic records management.Ability to plan, organise, set priorities and manage time to ensure objectives are achieved within an agreed timeline.Capacity to communicate effectively both in oral and written form.Ability to constructively contribute to organisational and team outcomes.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format or email kimberly.corneille@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$45.00 - AU$68.00 per hour
      • full-time
      These roles would be ideally suited to applicants who have fantastic organisational skills, diary management, travel coordination, correspondence and records management. The role will also provide administration support to the broader team, affording you the opportunity to expand your administration skills in other areas.Duties IncludeProviding first point of contact for all business activities undertaken by the Assistant Secretary, including managing and responding to phone calls, emails and general correspondenceProviding high level administrative and coordination support, including managing and organising meetingsUndertaking quality control of documentationDeveloping and maintaining professional relationships with various stakeholders Administrative support functions across the branchMust HavesAdministrative support skills and strong communication skillsDiary & Travel management Organisational skills with the ability to respond effectively and quickly to stakeholdersWell-developed computer skills in Microsoft Suite applicationsPositive and friendly attitudeHighly ValuedDemonstrated experience working as an Executive Assistant or Administrative Officer in either the public or private sector.Baseline or above security clearance ESCMore information on baseline clearances can be found on the ASGVA website. If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click "Apply Now" to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to sam.milin@randstad.com.au Please note only successful candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      These roles would be ideally suited to applicants who have fantastic organisational skills, diary management, travel coordination, correspondence and records management. The role will also provide administration support to the broader team, affording you the opportunity to expand your administration skills in other areas.Duties IncludeProviding first point of contact for all business activities undertaken by the Assistant Secretary, including managing and responding to phone calls, emails and general correspondenceProviding high level administrative and coordination support, including managing and organising meetingsUndertaking quality control of documentationDeveloping and maintaining professional relationships with various stakeholders Administrative support functions across the branchMust HavesAdministrative support skills and strong communication skillsDiary & Travel management Organisational skills with the ability to respond effectively and quickly to stakeholdersWell-developed computer skills in Microsoft Suite applicationsPositive and friendly attitudeHighly ValuedDemonstrated experience working as an Executive Assistant or Administrative Officer in either the public or private sector.Baseline or above security clearance ESCMore information on baseline clearances can be found on the ASGVA website. If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click "Apply Now" to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to sam.milin@randstad.com.au Please note only successful candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      Position: AccountantFull time permanent positionImmediate start availableAttractive annual salary (90-100k inclusive of super)Reports to:Manager AccountingQualification: Minimum 3 Year's experience and CA / CPA- preferred ( studing/ completed )The primary focus of this role will be to:1. All accounting requirements in a timely manner for various entities including but not limited to: • Checking of coding and descriptions of accounts payable invoices in Red-map along with authorisation of payment batches; • Monthly management financial reports; • Monthly cash flow reconciliations; • Analysis of financial, accounting and other data; • Monthly reconciliations of all balance sheet items, as directed; • Preparation of monthly BAS’s; • Preparation of the annual budget and other forecasts; • Maintain asset registers; • Invoicing of any revenue or expense recoveries; • Preparation of quarterly surveys for Australian Bureau Statistics (ABS); • Year-end financial reporting requirements as scheduled by the Manager – Accounting, Family Office, such as reconciliation of various accounts, preparation of financial and liaising with the auditors. 2. Support the Manager – Finance & Tax with banking and debt administration, such as: • Borrowing costs allocation and reconciliation; • Bank account administration;• Corporate card administration. 3. Backup for preparation of daily bank reconciliations. 4. Backup for accounts payable processes for other entities. 5. Any other ad hoc tasks as required by the Management team.Position Attributes: Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to advise management regarding financial mattersDemonstrate integrity and a high standard of ethicsProactive Ambitious and a team player You will need to positively follow the company values to ensure the culture is maintained (highly desirable) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check( Permanent Resident )Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for confidential discussion,and we will take you to the further steps ahead.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Position: AccountantFull time permanent positionImmediate start availableAttractive annual salary (90-100k inclusive of super)Reports to:Manager AccountingQualification: Minimum 3 Year's experience and CA / CPA- preferred ( studing/ completed )The primary focus of this role will be to:1. All accounting requirements in a timely manner for various entities including but not limited to: • Checking of coding and descriptions of accounts payable invoices in Red-map along with authorisation of payment batches; • Monthly management financial reports; • Monthly cash flow reconciliations; • Analysis of financial, accounting and other data; • Monthly reconciliations of all balance sheet items, as directed; • Preparation of monthly BAS’s; • Preparation of the annual budget and other forecasts; • Maintain asset registers; • Invoicing of any revenue or expense recoveries; • Preparation of quarterly surveys for Australian Bureau Statistics (ABS); • Year-end financial reporting requirements as scheduled by the Manager – Accounting, Family Office, such as reconciliation of various accounts, preparation of financial and liaising with the auditors. 2. Support the Manager – Finance & Tax with banking and debt administration, such as: • Borrowing costs allocation and reconciliation; • Bank account administration;• Corporate card administration. 3. Backup for preparation of daily bank reconciliations. 4. Backup for accounts payable processes for other entities. 5. Any other ad hoc tasks as required by the Management team.Position Attributes: Excellent written and oral communication skills Ability to advise management regarding financial mattersDemonstrate integrity and a high standard of ethicsProactive Ambitious and a team player You will need to positively follow the company values to ensure the culture is maintained (highly desirable) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check( Permanent Resident )Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for confidential discussion,and we will take you to the further steps ahead.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$55,000 - AU$65,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our client, your new employer, is looking for an administrative professional to support general office operations. As the first point of contact for customers and clients you will demonstrate an excellent phone manner and written communication skills. You will have an outstanding initiative and drive to go above and beyond the expectations of all stakeholders.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:Primary Management:Management of the office emailManage all incoming and outgoing couriersEnsure knowledge of staff movements and schedule meeting rooms as requiredEnsure that the Reception area, office and meeting rooms are kept tidy at all timesSecondary Management:General office administration, clerical support to Senior Executives and various managersTyping emails, letters and other documentationKEY COMPETENCIES:Excellent verbal and written communication skillsHigh level of customer serviceHigh level of proficiency with MS Suite and\or Google SuiteProfessional personal presentationHigh level of information management, organisational and planning skillsAbility to work with limited supervisionAttention to detailNote: There will be at times tasks given that may not fall within this job descriptionRandstad are currently recruiting for several Business Support and Administration professionals to work with our clients across the ACT. If you are considering your next career move or after a change of scenery, we look forward to speaking with you. If you are interested in this or for a confidential discussion, apply now or speak with Paul at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or on 6132 3828.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client, your new employer, is looking for an administrative professional to support general office operations. As the first point of contact for customers and clients you will demonstrate an excellent phone manner and written communication skills. You will have an outstanding initiative and drive to go above and beyond the expectations of all stakeholders.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:Primary Management:Management of the office emailManage all incoming and outgoing couriersEnsure knowledge of staff movements and schedule meeting rooms as requiredEnsure that the Reception area, office and meeting rooms are kept tidy at all timesSecondary Management:General office administration, clerical support to Senior Executives and various managersTyping emails, letters and other documentationKEY COMPETENCIES:Excellent verbal and written communication skillsHigh level of customer serviceHigh level of proficiency with MS Suite and\or Google SuiteProfessional personal presentationHigh level of information management, organisational and planning skillsAbility to work with limited supervisionAttention to detailNote: There will be at times tasks given that may not fall within this job descriptionRandstad are currently recruiting for several Business Support and Administration professionals to work with our clients across the ACT. If you are considering your next career move or after a change of scenery, we look forward to speaking with you. If you are interested in this or for a confidential discussion, apply now or speak with Paul at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or on 6132 3828.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Our client is a privately owned Australian company, with a strong reputation for product quality and service. They provide high quality products and solutions Across Australia. Due to growth in the team, they are seeking a new Customer Service Representative / Administrator. Responsibilities of this role include : Problem solvingGreeting customersLiaising with clients Providing excellent customer serviceMaintain purchase orders Incoming stock replenishmentOrder and receipt incoming stock from internal and external suppliersMerchandisingCore controlPicking and processing ordersDispatch freightThe Successful Candidate:A positive attitudeCustomer focusHigh attention to detailExcellent phone mannerAbility to act within deadlines and under pressureWillingness to support other team members Problem solving experienceExcellent communication skillsIn return you will get:Fun fast paced environment Supportive team environmentCareer progression If this sounds like you hit APPLY NOW! For more information contact Kandice Halls on 6132 3822 or email Kandice.halls@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is a privately owned Australian company, with a strong reputation for product quality and service. They provide high quality products and solutions Across Australia. Due to growth in the team, they are seeking a new Customer Service Representative / Administrator. Responsibilities of this role include : Problem solvingGreeting customersLiaising with clients Providing excellent customer serviceMaintain purchase orders Incoming stock replenishmentOrder and receipt incoming stock from internal and external suppliersMerchandisingCore controlPicking and processing ordersDispatch freightThe Successful Candidate:A positive attitudeCustomer focusHigh attention to detailExcellent phone mannerAbility to act within deadlines and under pressureWillingness to support other team members Problem solving experienceExcellent communication skillsIn return you will get:Fun fast paced environment Supportive team environmentCareer progression If this sounds like you hit APPLY NOW! For more information contact Kandice Halls on 6132 3822 or email Kandice.halls@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$85,000 - AU$95,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find established Executive Assistants to join their team.About the roleThe Executive Assistant provides administrative and executive support, ensuring efficient day-to-day operations and liaising with academic and professional staff, senior government offices including portfolio Ministers and other relevant bodies.Duties1. Act as the first point of contact for enquiries, managing the flow of incoming and outgoing written correspondence and phone calls, providing advice on a range of policies and procedures and ensuring compliance with clients policies and procedures for the matters processed through the office, investigating and resolving issues, when needed. 2. Provide high quality executive assistance including, but not limited to:Diary management, coordinating appointments and proactively resolving conflicting demands and commitments. International and domestic travel coordination, providing assistance on the online Travel Approval process and ensuring flight and accommodation booking in accordance with the clients policies and local area protocols.Coordinating purchase card reconciliations, reimbursements of expenses and other financial processes as required, including monitoring the office budget.Coordinating various projects, including planning and prioritising tasks and liaising with stakeholders to ensure timely project delivery.Undertaking background research, collating, analysing and presenting data to inform executive briefs and discussion papers on key issues.3. Provide high-level secretarial support to senior members of staff, including producing agendas, collating, reviewing and circulating relevant documents, minute-taking and the distribution of minutes and follow-up on action items to ensure resolution within the agreed time frames. 4. Manage events, including booking venues and equipment, liaising with external providers and contract management, arranging catering, liaising with participants and coordinating travel, accommodation and immigration aspects, as required. 5. Liaise and develop networks with administrative and executive support staff within the area, the education body and external stakeholders as appropriate. Skills and ExperienceDegree in a relevant field with demonstrated relevant experience in an executive support role in a complex environment. Experience in an education environment will be highly regarded.Demonstrated high level customer service and communication skills with experience producing business correspondence, reports and meeting papers and an ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders in a culturally diverse environment, dealing efficiently and tactfully with sensitive and confidential matters.Proven organisational skills and ability to prioritise own workload and to use sound judgement, managing competing demands and delivering high quality outcomes. Project management and/or coordination experience is required.Demonstrated event management experience, preferably in an international context.Highly developed computer skills and proficiency using the Ms Office suite, with advanced skills in Excel and Word.If this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find established Executive Assistants to join their team.About the roleThe Executive Assistant provides administrative and executive support, ensuring efficient day-to-day operations and liaising with academic and professional staff, senior government offices including portfolio Ministers and other relevant bodies.Duties1. Act as the first point of contact for enquiries, managing the flow of incoming and outgoing written correspondence and phone calls, providing advice on a range of policies and procedures and ensuring compliance with clients policies and procedures for the matters processed through the office, investigating and resolving issues, when needed. 2. Provide high quality executive assistance including, but not limited to:Diary management, coordinating appointments and proactively resolving conflicting demands and commitments. International and domestic travel coordination, providing assistance on the online Travel Approval process and ensuring flight and accommodation booking in accordance with the clients policies and local area protocols.Coordinating purchase card reconciliations, reimbursements of expenses and other financial processes as required, including monitoring the office budget.Coordinating various projects, including planning and prioritising tasks and liaising with stakeholders to ensure timely project delivery.Undertaking background research, collating, analysing and presenting data to inform executive briefs and discussion papers on key issues.3. Provide high-level secretarial support to senior members of staff, including producing agendas, collating, reviewing and circulating relevant documents, minute-taking and the distribution of minutes and follow-up on action items to ensure resolution within the agreed time frames. 4. Manage events, including booking venues and equipment, liaising with external providers and contract management, arranging catering, liaising with participants and coordinating travel, accommodation and immigration aspects, as required. 5. Liaise and develop networks with administrative and executive support staff within the area, the education body and external stakeholders as appropriate. Skills and ExperienceDegree in a relevant field with demonstrated relevant experience in an executive support role in a complex environment. Experience in an education environment will be highly regarded.Demonstrated high level customer service and communication skills with experience producing business correspondence, reports and meeting papers and an ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders in a culturally diverse environment, dealing efficiently and tactfully with sensitive and confidential matters.Proven organisational skills and ability to prioritise own workload and to use sound judgement, managing competing demands and delivering high quality outcomes. Project management and/or coordination experience is required.Demonstrated event management experience, preferably in an international context.Highly developed computer skills and proficiency using the Ms Office suite, with advanced skills in Excel and Word.If this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$85,000 - AU$95,000 per year
      • full-time
      I am looking for a Compliance and regulation Officer to join a Not-for-Profit organization in Canberra.Reporting to the Lead Delivery the Compliance and Regulation Officer is responsible for delivering day to day, professional service, support, information, and advice to members in relation to national, state, and territory road/trucking law, regulations, policies, and orders. The primary duties are: In addition, the role collects and collates feedback from members regarding regulatory matters, drafts and reviews member communications, drafts relevant policies for internal settlement In addition, the role collects and collates feedback from members regarding regulatory matters, drafts and reviews member communications, drafts relevant policies for internal settlements for organization.The role also plays a part in monitoring changes to the modern award system and participating in significant cases that have the potential to affect road transport workplace relations, and to apply the regulatory function as required.Member advice and support • Provide timely and accurate advice, information, and support to members, inclusive of workplace relations advice and case resolution. • Assist with developing, updating and producing marketing materials to highlight workplace relations internal and external presence. • Respond to member inquiries on a range of industrial relations and workplace relations matters. • Work with members on complex issues and provide support to navigate the external systems and agencies involved to enable resolution.Submissions and lobbying • Apply secretariat services for company's working group activities; • Assist with preparing regulatory and workplace relations submissions, articles, and reports; • Development of internal and external submissions, papers and other presentationsCore skills, experience and capabilities • Relevant experience in providing advice on regulatory instruments, particularly the Heavy Vehicle National Law (preferred)• Excellent oral, written, interpersonal and team building communication skills with proven ability to build rapport with members and colleagues • Broad understanding, interest, and knowledge of the Australian road transport industry or the ability to quickly acquire the same • Demonstrated experience in policy analysis, development, and drafting of regulatory submissions • Strong planning and organisational skills If this sounds like you please hit Apply and we will take you to further steps ahead.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.
      I am looking for a Compliance and regulation Officer to join a Not-for-Profit organization in Canberra.Reporting to the Lead Delivery the Compliance and Regulation Officer is responsible for delivering day to day, professional service, support, information, and advice to members in relation to national, state, and territory road/trucking law, regulations, policies, and orders. The primary duties are: In addition, the role collects and collates feedback from members regarding regulatory matters, drafts and reviews member communications, drafts relevant policies for internal settlement In addition, the role collects and collates feedback from members regarding regulatory matters, drafts and reviews member communications, drafts relevant policies for internal settlements for organization.The role also plays a part in monitoring changes to the modern award system and participating in significant cases that have the potential to affect road transport workplace relations, and to apply the regulatory function as required.Member advice and support • Provide timely and accurate advice, information, and support to members, inclusive of workplace relations advice and case resolution. • Assist with developing, updating and producing marketing materials to highlight workplace relations internal and external presence. • Respond to member inquiries on a range of industrial relations and workplace relations matters. • Work with members on complex issues and provide support to navigate the external systems and agencies involved to enable resolution.Submissions and lobbying • Apply secretariat services for company's working group activities; • Assist with preparing regulatory and workplace relations submissions, articles, and reports; • Development of internal and external submissions, papers and other presentationsCore skills, experience and capabilities • Relevant experience in providing advice on regulatory instruments, particularly the Heavy Vehicle National Law (preferred)• Excellent oral, written, interpersonal and team building communication skills with proven ability to build rapport with members and colleagues • Broad understanding, interest, and knowledge of the Australian road transport industry or the ability to quickly acquire the same • Demonstrated experience in policy analysis, development, and drafting of regulatory submissions • Strong planning and organisational skills If this sounds like you please hit Apply and we will take you to further steps ahead.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$110,000, per year, Super + phone and laptop
      • full-time
      This person is responsible for preparing preliminary budgets, milestone cost estimates, and final bid scope/pricing proposals for Residential and commercial within Canberra and its surrounding region. In this role you will be required to build effective relationships with team members, internal and external customers, suppliers, and subcontractors. You will report to the Director and oversee job-specific project teams. To be successful you will needExperience estimation on Construction projects across residential and commercialAbility to multitask, prioritize, and handle pressure in a fast-paced environment and completion of projects from start to finishExperience using estimation softwareStrong communication skills and the ability to build relationshipsRelevant construction qualifications (carpentry)Strong execution adhering to budget and timelines Ability to work in a team environmentYour dutiesManaging your own team and working alongside other estimating staff.Conducting quantity take-offs from drawings.Evaluate labor pricing/production for specific projects and/or locations; demonstrate proficiency in material, labor, sub and equipment pricing for all trade disciplines.Assisting with tasks such as scope development, quote evaluations and producing purchase orders.Assisting with building administration tasks such as preparing spreadsheets, sales documentation, site measures and general inspectionsWhat you will get in returnGreat culture Supportive team Long standing business with a wealth of knowledgeGrowth opportunitiesReputable businessIf you think this role applies to you please click “apply now” or call Jasmine sitoou on 0419 013 883 or you can alternatively email me your updated resume and i will get back to you ASAPAt 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 person is responsible for preparing preliminary budgets, milestone cost estimates, and final bid scope/pricing proposals for Residential and commercial within Canberra and its surrounding region. In this role you will be required to build effective relationships with team members, internal and external customers, suppliers, and subcontractors. You will report to the Director and oversee job-specific project teams. To be successful you will needExperience estimation on Construction projects across residential and commercialAbility to multitask, prioritize, and handle pressure in a fast-paced environment and completion of projects from start to finishExperience using estimation softwareStrong communication skills and the ability to build relationshipsRelevant construction qualifications (carpentry)Strong execution adhering to budget and timelines Ability to work in a team environmentYour dutiesManaging your own team and working alongside other estimating staff.Conducting quantity take-offs from drawings.Evaluate labor pricing/production for specific projects and/or locations; demonstrate proficiency in material, labor, sub and equipment pricing for all trade disciplines.Assisting with tasks such as scope development, quote evaluations and producing purchase orders.Assisting with building administration tasks such as preparing spreadsheets, sales documentation, site measures and general inspectionsWhat you will get in returnGreat culture Supportive team Long standing business with a wealth of knowledgeGrowth opportunitiesReputable businessIf you think this role applies to you please click “apply now” or call Jasmine sitoou on 0419 013 883 or you can alternatively email me your updated resume and i will get back to you ASAPAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Package
      • full-time
      Full-time role Monday - Friday Free parking Great culture Are you looking for a new opportunity? We are looking for an experienced office manager who has had exposure working within a construction. This is a local Canberra business which has been operating over the past 50 years. This role is an integral part of the organization as you will be customer facing, handling day to day enquiries and liaising with the directors and other internal departments.What you will be doingOverlooking admin processes, assisting and managing our growing admin teamManagement of the office spaceHR rollout, onboarding, administration, filing and data accumulation Team training and compliance coordinating Fleet management and servicing coordinationAssisting with incoming leads, data entry and workflow distribution through the operating systemAccumulation and presentation of data reports from our operating system Coordinating of team marketing materials, uniforms and fleet branding What skills and experience you need2 + years of experience within a administrative or office management roleYou need to work to be able to work autonomouslyMulti-tasking capability without compromising on qualityDependable, punctual, organized, able to work effectively under minimal supervisionAll candidates should meet the Right to Work in Australia criteriaPerksFull time opportunity to workImmediate start available Attractive SalaryOnsite Parking providedContinuous learning and support from experienced leaders If you think this role applies to you please click apply now or you can email your resume through to jasmine@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.
      Full-time role Monday - Friday Free parking Great culture Are you looking for a new opportunity? We are looking for an experienced office manager who has had exposure working within a construction. This is a local Canberra business which has been operating over the past 50 years. This role is an integral part of the organization as you will be customer facing, handling day to day enquiries and liaising with the directors and other internal departments.What you will be doingOverlooking admin processes, assisting and managing our growing admin teamManagement of the office spaceHR rollout, onboarding, administration, filing and data accumulation Team training and compliance coordinating Fleet management and servicing coordinationAssisting with incoming leads, data entry and workflow distribution through the operating systemAccumulation and presentation of data reports from our operating system Coordinating of team marketing materials, uniforms and fleet branding What skills and experience you need2 + years of experience within a administrative or office management roleYou need to work to be able to work autonomouslyMulti-tasking capability without compromising on qualityDependable, punctual, organized, able to work effectively under minimal supervisionAll candidates should meet the Right to Work in Australia criteriaPerksFull time opportunity to workImmediate start available Attractive SalaryOnsite Parking providedContinuous learning and support from experienced leaders If you think this role applies to you please click apply now or you can email your resume through to jasmine@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      This major Federal Government department is looking for multiple APS4/5 Administration / Coordination Officers to join their dynamic and fast team team. This is a non-ongoing opportunity for 6 months with the possibility of extension depending on performance. Your responsibilitiesYour duties will include but are not limited to:Coordinate regular training to support compliance with business rules. Monitoring the inbox and actioning emails were appropriateLiaising with internal and external stakeholdersCreating tickets for any maintenance issues e.g. air conditioning, lighting, etcSaving items to TRIM including emails and adding items to SharePoint such as templatesDeveloping task cards/proceduresUpdate floor plan and organise desk movesAssist with the onboarding of new staff membersDoing reference checksAssisting with staff schedulingGeneral administrative related tasksTo be successfulHigh level of attention to detailExcellent communication and coordination skillsCan assess information and exercise judgementPerform well under pressureSelf-motivated and able to meet deadlinesAdaptable and bring a positive and solutions-focused approach to their work, andEnjoy working closely with others as part of a teamIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format or email kimberly.corneille@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.
      This major Federal Government department is looking for multiple APS4/5 Administration / Coordination Officers to join their dynamic and fast team team. This is a non-ongoing opportunity for 6 months with the possibility of extension depending on performance. Your responsibilitiesYour duties will include but are not limited to:Coordinate regular training to support compliance with business rules. Monitoring the inbox and actioning emails were appropriateLiaising with internal and external stakeholdersCreating tickets for any maintenance issues e.g. air conditioning, lighting, etcSaving items to TRIM including emails and adding items to SharePoint such as templatesDeveloping task cards/proceduresUpdate floor plan and organise desk movesAssist with the onboarding of new staff membersDoing reference checksAssisting with staff schedulingGeneral administrative related tasksTo be successfulHigh level of attention to detailExcellent communication and coordination skillsCan assess information and exercise judgementPerform well under pressureSelf-motivated and able to meet deadlinesAdaptable and bring a positive and solutions-focused approach to their work, andEnjoy working closely with others as part of a teamIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format or email kimberly.corneille@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000, per year, inclusive total package - neg
      • full-time
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find an established Project Manager to join their team.About the roleReporting to the Senior Project Manager and the Associate Director of Infrastructure and Planning, the Project Manager is accountable and responsible for the coordination, delivery and reporting of major and minor building works, ensuring projects are delivered on time, budget and to the quality expectations of the education body. The Project Manager will oversee the initiation, implementation and review of projects and work including the development of user briefs, establishing design and cost parameters and monitoring building/refurbishment activities.DutiesDeliver, manage and coordinate major planning, building and engineering projects and other major refurbishment works on budget, within agreed time frames and to the quality expectations of the client.Provide specialist practical construction input for capital works for building projects, including but not limited to design, project planning and development, documentation and cost estimation.Implement and take responsibility for project governance and the progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects. This includes ensuring all building works are carried out in accordance with approved documentation, construction programs and approved budgets.Convene and represent the client at meetings with stakeholders involved in capital works for building and engineering projects including, but not limited to, Client Groups, User Coordinators, Project Control Groups, consultants, builders and contractors.Facilitate the resolution of issues through interface meetings with Development Managers, Communications Manager and client representatives.Monitor progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects and ensure strict compliance with details and specifications, conditions of the Contract, building codes and Statutory Regulations.Manage and coordinate all procurement associated with the delivery of major building works contracts including preparation of tender documents, managing tender processes, contract administration and financial management.Develop and deliver key project management artefacts such as project plans, risk and issue registers, stakeholder engagement and communication plans and resource management plans.Skills and experiencePostgraduate qualifications preferably in, construction, engineering, project management and extensive experience in project management or an equivalent combination of experience and education/trainingDemonstrated strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and interact with a wide range of stakeholders including internal stakeholders, consultants, local government and statutory authoritiesExperience and/or knowledge of computer based Facilities/Project Management software and systems, and the ability to write clear and concise reportsIf this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find an established Project Manager to join their team.About the roleReporting to the Senior Project Manager and the Associate Director of Infrastructure and Planning, the Project Manager is accountable and responsible for the coordination, delivery and reporting of major and minor building works, ensuring projects are delivered on time, budget and to the quality expectations of the education body. The Project Manager will oversee the initiation, implementation and review of projects and work including the development of user briefs, establishing design and cost parameters and monitoring building/refurbishment activities.DutiesDeliver, manage and coordinate major planning, building and engineering projects and other major refurbishment works on budget, within agreed time frames and to the quality expectations of the client.Provide specialist practical construction input for capital works for building projects, including but not limited to design, project planning and development, documentation and cost estimation.Implement and take responsibility for project governance and the progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects. This includes ensuring all building works are carried out in accordance with approved documentation, construction programs and approved budgets.Convene and represent the client at meetings with stakeholders involved in capital works for building and engineering projects including, but not limited to, Client Groups, User Coordinators, Project Control Groups, consultants, builders and contractors.Facilitate the resolution of issues through interface meetings with Development Managers, Communications Manager and client representatives.Monitor progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects and ensure strict compliance with details and specifications, conditions of the Contract, building codes and Statutory Regulations.Manage and coordinate all procurement associated with the delivery of major building works contracts including preparation of tender documents, managing tender processes, contract administration and financial management.Develop and deliver key project management artefacts such as project plans, risk and issue registers, stakeholder engagement and communication plans and resource management plans.Skills and experiencePostgraduate qualifications preferably in, construction, engineering, project management and extensive experience in project management or an equivalent combination of experience and education/trainingDemonstrated strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and interact with a wide range of stakeholders including internal stakeholders, consultants, local government and statutory authoritiesExperience and/or knowledge of computer based Facilities/Project Management software and systems, and the ability to write clear and concise reportsIf this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.

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