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      • ballarat, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      The role being performed will involve responding to customers enquiries via phone or email correspondence and processing invoices. For this, you will need to have strong communication and organisation skills. Previous basic data entry experience will be considered advantageous. A positive attitude and able to work well in a team environment.A fantastic opportunity for a local administrator to join the team of this expanding business
      The role being performed will involve responding to customers enquiries via phone or email correspondence and processing invoices. For this, you will need to have strong communication and organisation skills. Previous basic data entry experience will be considered advantageous. A positive attitude and able to work well in a team environment.A fantastic opportunity for a local administrator to join the team of this expanding business
      • ballarat, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Will need customer service and data entry skills, as the position will require phone and email correspondence daily. For this, you will need to be able to effectively communicate via phone and email correspondence to respond to customer enquiries. Previous basic data entry experience will be considered advantageous A positive attitude and able to work well in a team environment. Please note, all applicants requested for interview will be required to provide a referee check. All successful applicants will be asked to consent to a police check.
      Will need customer service and data entry skills, as the position will require phone and email correspondence daily. For this, you will need to be able to effectively communicate via phone and email correspondence to respond to customer enquiries. Previous basic data entry experience will be considered advantageous A positive attitude and able to work well in a team environment. Please note, all applicants requested for interview will be required to provide a referee check. All successful applicants will be asked to consent to a police check.
      • geelong, victoria
      • temporary
      • full-time
      If you are looking at a 'foot in the door' opportunity within State Government in the Geelong area and have excellent administration, problem solving and customer service skills then apply today!Main duties will include:Processing high volume incoming applicationsMaking sure all applications are fully compliant against proceduresEngaging with internal and external stakeholders to follow the process throughUsing problem solving skills to refer and escalate complex issues and complaintsAny other administrative tasks required including mail processing, filing, archiving and refundsIdeally to be successful you will have:Well-developed time management, organisational skills and excellent attention to detailStrong customer service focus and ability to liaise on a professional level with diverse client/stakeholder groupsDemonstrated ability to manage regular workload with minimal supervision and work as part of a teamDemonstrated ability and willingness to absorb knowledge and learn new skillsGood verbal and written communication skills and a working knowledge of Excel and WordGood keyboard skills with demonstrated experience in operation of screen-based data management systemsExperience in a similar role undertaking administrative tasks/processing forms/accurate data entryThese roles will start as soon as possible with training provided and may also include a working from home option with you predominantly working in the office. Part time hours may also be considered-please outline on your application of applicable hours/days.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.
      If you are looking at a 'foot in the door' opportunity within State Government in the Geelong area and have excellent administration, problem solving and customer service skills then apply today!Main duties will include:Processing high volume incoming applicationsMaking sure all applications are fully compliant against proceduresEngaging with internal and external stakeholders to follow the process throughUsing problem solving skills to refer and escalate complex issues and complaintsAny other administrative tasks required including mail processing, filing, archiving and refundsIdeally to be successful you will have:Well-developed time management, organisational skills and excellent attention to detailStrong customer service focus and ability to liaise on a professional level with diverse client/stakeholder groupsDemonstrated ability to manage regular workload with minimal supervision and work as part of a teamDemonstrated ability and willingness to absorb knowledge and learn new skillsGood verbal and written communication skills and a working knowledge of Excel and WordGood keyboard skills with demonstrated experience in operation of screen-based data management systemsExperience in a similar role undertaking administrative tasks/processing forms/accurate data entryThese roles will start as soon as possible with training provided and may also include a working from home option with you predominantly working in the office. Part time hours may also be considered-please outline on your application of applicable hours/days.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • geelong, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$77 - AU$76,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad's Geelong based client is seeking an experienced Information and Records Management Support Officer to join their team for a fixed term contract until 3/10/2023.This opportunity has a Hybrid Flexible Working Arrangement (FWA) of 3 days in the office and 2 at home and offers excellent remuneration and a great opportunity for long term career outcomes within the highly sought after Government Sector.Ideally you will:Have experience in records management and administrative functionsHave worked within a Government department or sector Be available to start immediatelyBe very team orientated and have a high customer service standardHave excellent verbal and written communication skillsHave a strong attention to detailHave experience using TRIM or Micro Focus Content Manager (MUST HAVE BACK END EXPERIENCE)Can use TRIM/Content Manager as an administrator and can train end users on how to use an EDRMS such as WSDoM.Have intermediate keyboard and computer skills along with Word, Excel, email and PowerPointHave the ability to conduct research and experience in financial processingExperience in preparation of agendas, minutes, reports and presentationsExperience in organising functions or team events and diary managementIf you have experience in a training capacity this will be an added advantage as well.A few key tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to:Oversee the priorities of the Information Records Management Unit by monitoring key activities, action items, preparing drafts of reports, presentations, correspondence, briefs, e-mails and managing appointments.Coordinate high level of awareness of the priorities and provide the administrative support requirements and follow up financial processing including raising purchase orders and payment of invoices, etc.Providing administrative support for the management of issues and correspondence Support effective document and file management in accordance with policy and proceduresUndertake research and analysis tasks to assist in the preparation of reports, development of status reports and briefing notesDeliver small group one on one basic introductory training and assisting in developing training materialsProvide one-on-one support to staff on basic queries relating to in system usage, escalating to appropriate team membersRemain abreast of key digital developments in the Information and Records Management spaceAccountable for creating and capturing accurate and complete records of the business activities related to this position, in accordance with approved policy and proceduresAt 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's Geelong based client is seeking an experienced Information and Records Management Support Officer to join their team for a fixed term contract until 3/10/2023.This opportunity has a Hybrid Flexible Working Arrangement (FWA) of 3 days in the office and 2 at home and offers excellent remuneration and a great opportunity for long term career outcomes within the highly sought after Government Sector.Ideally you will:Have experience in records management and administrative functionsHave worked within a Government department or sector Be available to start immediatelyBe very team orientated and have a high customer service standardHave excellent verbal and written communication skillsHave a strong attention to detailHave experience using TRIM or Micro Focus Content Manager (MUST HAVE BACK END EXPERIENCE)Can use TRIM/Content Manager as an administrator and can train end users on how to use an EDRMS such as WSDoM.Have intermediate keyboard and computer skills along with Word, Excel, email and PowerPointHave the ability to conduct research and experience in financial processingExperience in preparation of agendas, minutes, reports and presentationsExperience in organising functions or team events and diary managementIf you have experience in a training capacity this will be an added advantage as well.A few key tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to:Oversee the priorities of the Information Records Management Unit by monitoring key activities, action items, preparing drafts of reports, presentations, correspondence, briefs, e-mails and managing appointments.Coordinate high level of awareness of the priorities and provide the administrative support requirements and follow up financial processing including raising purchase orders and payment of invoices, etc.Providing administrative support for the management of issues and correspondence Support effective document and file management in accordance with policy and proceduresUndertake research and analysis tasks to assist in the preparation of reports, development of status reports and briefing notesDeliver small group one on one basic introductory training and assisting in developing training materialsProvide one-on-one support to staff on basic queries relating to in system usage, escalating to appropriate team membersRemain abreast of key digital developments in the Information and Records Management spaceAccountable for creating and capturing accurate and complete records of the business activities related to this position, in accordance with approved policy and proceduresAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$58.50 - AU$58.50, per hour, 10.5% Super, 12 month contract
      • full-time
      APPLICATIONS SOUGHT TODAY FOR THESE FANTASTIC TECHNICAL ADVISORY ROLES!Are you ready to take that next step with me? A huge range of opportunities exist for Technical Advisory Officers with specific skills in Health and/or Disability. Sick of wearing all the PPE but passionate about health? Don't miss out, the deadline is next Tuesday. So email me for a position description or confidential discussion today !APS6 - Technical Advisory Officer : - $58.50 ph + 10.5% Super & 12 months initial Contract (Job 106429B) **Nurses, Speech Pathology, OT, Psychology, Allied Health, Social Work, Mental Health**These positions are expected under limited direction to undertake moderately complex to complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, and precedents.The APS6 Technical Advisory is a team membership position within the Organisation and will have delegated authority and responsibility to resolve issues and risks across a range of activities. It will provide detailed technical, policy and operational support in relation to complex problems.The position has reasonable autonomy and accountability to exercise both initiative and judgment to interpret legislation and policy, in the application of practices and procedures to achieve outcomes within the functions.Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:Providing subject matter expertise using a coaching and mentoring approach, advising on the most appropriate supports to achieve participant outcomes.Managing complex and sensitive conversations and situations associated with approval of funding.Liaising and working with stakeholders, delegates, partners and providers to ensure consistent decision making and outcome achievement.Supporting staff conducting internal and Administrative Appeals Tribunal review of decisions.Contributing to provision of subject matter expertise to inform Agency guidance and policy.Providing high quality written and telephone advice and record keeping.What next? Carefully read the below: Either apply here or email me, but remember you MUST include a cover letter with your application addressing the above. If you don't apply with a Cover letter and an updated CV your application will not be accepted.If you need more advice on your Cover letter or about the role before you apply. Email me for a confidential discussion at kris.middleton@randstad.com.au stating the Job Number(s)You must be an Australian Citizen to be eligible to apply.Make sure you apply before 2pm on the 5th July (this is a strict requirement)For a confidential chat about any of these roles, email me at kris.middleton@randstad.com.auPlease note, all applicants requested for interview will be required to provide a referee check before interview. All successful applicants will be asked to consent to a National Criminal History Check as part of the onboarding process for this Federal Government Organisation. Each application will be considered on its merits.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.
      APPLICATIONS SOUGHT TODAY FOR THESE FANTASTIC TECHNICAL ADVISORY ROLES!Are you ready to take that next step with me? A huge range of opportunities exist for Technical Advisory Officers with specific skills in Health and/or Disability. Sick of wearing all the PPE but passionate about health? Don't miss out, the deadline is next Tuesday. So email me for a position description or confidential discussion today !APS6 - Technical Advisory Officer : - $58.50 ph + 10.5% Super & 12 months initial Contract (Job 106429B) **Nurses, Speech Pathology, OT, Psychology, Allied Health, Social Work, Mental Health**These positions are expected under limited direction to undertake moderately complex to complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, and precedents.The APS6 Technical Advisory is a team membership position within the Organisation and will have delegated authority and responsibility to resolve issues and risks across a range of activities. It will provide detailed technical, policy and operational support in relation to complex problems.The position has reasonable autonomy and accountability to exercise both initiative and judgment to interpret legislation and policy, in the application of practices and procedures to achieve outcomes within the functions.Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:Providing subject matter expertise using a coaching and mentoring approach, advising on the most appropriate supports to achieve participant outcomes.Managing complex and sensitive conversations and situations associated with approval of funding.Liaising and working with stakeholders, delegates, partners and providers to ensure consistent decision making and outcome achievement.Supporting staff conducting internal and Administrative Appeals Tribunal review of decisions.Contributing to provision of subject matter expertise to inform Agency guidance and policy.Providing high quality written and telephone advice and record keeping.What next? Carefully read the below: Either apply here or email me, but remember you MUST include a cover letter with your application addressing the above. If you don't apply with a Cover letter and an updated CV your application will not be accepted.If you need more advice on your Cover letter or about the role before you apply. Email me for a confidential discussion at kris.middleton@randstad.com.au stating the Job Number(s)You must be an Australian Citizen to be eligible to apply.Make sure you apply before 2pm on the 5th July (this is a strict requirement)For a confidential chat about any of these roles, email me at kris.middleton@randstad.com.auPlease note, all applicants requested for interview will be required to provide a referee check before interview. All successful applicants will be asked to consent to a National Criminal History Check as part of the onboarding process for this Federal Government Organisation. Each application will be considered on its merits.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • geelong, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$145 - AU$146 per year
      • full-time
      This role will provide you with a unique opportunity to work with the Victorian road user community at a hyper local level to proactively identify, assess and manage constructive relationships via Strategic Partnerships and Engagement via with Victorian Government agencies, Local Governments, corporate and community organisations and advocacy groups.As a Team Manager, you will also be expected to inspire innovation, challenge the status quo, and lead best practice across the division and organization, to deliver high quality, effective and efficient programs and projects which are aligned to the agreed objectives of the Division and the company 2025 strategy.Day to day tasks will include:Proactively seek out opportunities to improve and align community and stakeholder relationships and activities being undertaken by the company.Engage with private and public sector stakeholders and groups to garner support and participation to educate, inform and inspire the community to improve road safety outcomes in their local area.Support the development, implementation and evolution of the company partnerships and engagement programs, ensuring contracts are executed and managed appropriately and activities are monitored, evaluated and reported consistentlyProvide advice on Local Government engagement needs within the company and to Road Safety Partner organisations.Ensure the management and protection of the company Brand and any trademark protected IP developed by the company.About YouTo be successful in this role, you’ll ideally possess the following skills and attributes:Ability to lead and coach team members to a high standard of performance, whilst maintaining a holistic approach to people leadershipDemonstrated experience providing high level strategic, tactical or operational advice to senior stakeholdersAbility to navigate through and solve complex situations and problems to achieve best outcomes, utilising a creative mindsetDemonstrated experience building, leveraging and influencing constructive relationships with key stakeholdersIn-depth knowledge and experience leading a team in a relevant partnerships/sponsorships or engagement role at a senior levelDemonstrated experience in project management and managing, monitoring and leading the evaluation and reporting of projects and programs of workExperience managing the development and management of workforce, budgets, finances, and expenditureIf you think you have the right experience and qualifcations please apply through the link below or contact Ryan Hall on ryan.hall@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 role will provide you with a unique opportunity to work with the Victorian road user community at a hyper local level to proactively identify, assess and manage constructive relationships via Strategic Partnerships and Engagement via with Victorian Government agencies, Local Governments, corporate and community organisations and advocacy groups.As a Team Manager, you will also be expected to inspire innovation, challenge the status quo, and lead best practice across the division and organization, to deliver high quality, effective and efficient programs and projects which are aligned to the agreed objectives of the Division and the company 2025 strategy.Day to day tasks will include:Proactively seek out opportunities to improve and align community and stakeholder relationships and activities being undertaken by the company.Engage with private and public sector stakeholders and groups to garner support and participation to educate, inform and inspire the community to improve road safety outcomes in their local area.Support the development, implementation and evolution of the company partnerships and engagement programs, ensuring contracts are executed and managed appropriately and activities are monitored, evaluated and reported consistentlyProvide advice on Local Government engagement needs within the company and to Road Safety Partner organisations.Ensure the management and protection of the company Brand and any trademark protected IP developed by the company.About YouTo be successful in this role, you’ll ideally possess the following skills and attributes:Ability to lead and coach team members to a high standard of performance, whilst maintaining a holistic approach to people leadershipDemonstrated experience providing high level strategic, tactical or operational advice to senior stakeholdersAbility to navigate through and solve complex situations and problems to achieve best outcomes, utilising a creative mindsetDemonstrated experience building, leveraging and influencing constructive relationships with key stakeholdersIn-depth knowledge and experience leading a team in a relevant partnerships/sponsorships or engagement role at a senior levelDemonstrated experience in project management and managing, monitoring and leading the evaluation and reporting of projects and programs of workExperience managing the development and management of workforce, budgets, finances, and expenditureIf you think you have the right experience and qualifcations please apply through the link below or contact Ryan Hall on ryan.hall@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.

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