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      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$140,000 - AU$180,000 per year
      • full-time
      Are you a Senior Contract Administrator with New Build commercial experience, looking for a new challenge?Your new company:This award winning builder consistently deliver complex and interesting new build projects from $20m-$100m in value. The company are Federal Safety Accredited and have a well earned reputation for delivering high quality projects and through their client-focused attitude and established reputation for over 30 yearsThey offer tailored service to their clients and have a professional and agile culture, with a large team that work together to achieve their goalsThe company have a strong pipeline of future work in 2021 and are looking for the next member of their existing team that wants to progress their career long term. They specialise in high rise commercial offices, education, health & hotels.Your Role:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work, you will be required to work well autonomously, communicating effectively with your Construction Manager and designated Project Manager daily. You will be focused negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for new build projects over $30 million AUD.Key Responsibilities:Preparing subcontract packages - scopes, procurement, tender comparisons and schedulingReviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontractsProgress claim assistance, external variations, EOT'sAdministering RFI’s.Head Contract ManagementCost management / budget reports.To be Successful:You will have over 5 years + experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on projects over $30 million.Degree qualified in Construction Management or equivalent.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.A thirst for a challenge, energy to over achieve, and vision to exceed and grow within the businessThey are looking for someone with good tenure with their employers that wants to stay long term, so if you have jumped from job to job, unfortunately this is not the role for you.Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for an impressive and envied Building Contractor in the Sydney arena on projects that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating a good work life balance. 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.
      Are you a Senior Contract Administrator with New Build commercial experience, looking for a new challenge?Your new company:This award winning builder consistently deliver complex and interesting new build projects from $20m-$100m in value. The company are Federal Safety Accredited and have a well earned reputation for delivering high quality projects and through their client-focused attitude and established reputation for over 30 yearsThey offer tailored service to their clients and have a professional and agile culture, with a large team that work together to achieve their goalsThe company have a strong pipeline of future work in 2021 and are looking for the next member of their existing team that wants to progress their career long term. They specialise in high rise commercial offices, education, health & hotels.Your Role:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work, you will be required to work well autonomously, communicating effectively with your Construction Manager and designated Project Manager daily. You will be focused negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for new build projects over $30 million AUD.Key Responsibilities:Preparing subcontract packages - scopes, procurement, tender comparisons and schedulingReviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontractsProgress claim assistance, external variations, EOT'sAdministering RFI’s.Head Contract ManagementCost management / budget reports.To be Successful:You will have over 5 years + experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on projects over $30 million.Degree qualified in Construction Management or equivalent.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.A thirst for a challenge, energy to over achieve, and vision to exceed and grow within the businessThey are looking for someone with good tenure with their employers that wants to stay long term, so if you have jumped from job to job, unfortunately this is not the role for you.Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for an impressive and envied Building Contractor in the Sydney arena on projects that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating a good work life balance. 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$100,000 - AU$120,000, per year, + benefits
      • full-time
      About the roleMy client is seeking an experienced Contracts Administrator within the constitution industry to join their team and Reporting to the Project Manager, you will have contracts experience as well as exposure to negotiation and engagement with various stakeholders. You will assist with all contracts administration and will also be required to assist in stakeholder management.About the company This leading Commercial Builder has been running in Canberra for the last 35 years with a strong proven track record to undertake complex building projects, they have an unusual technique which sets them apart from other companies here in the ACT, They pride themselves on an integral and awarding culture.Daily Tasks/Duties Coordinating with local authorities Supporting all project managers and foreman on siteManage and undertake procurement, contract management and financial reportingMonitor all invoices from suppliers and subcontractorsPrepare all project documentationKnowledge of building codes, regulations and ratesExperience using industry standard software packages Self-starter who is willing to contribute to a team environment Ability to work in a fast paced and busy environmentStrong communication skills both written and verbalDetail oriented and ability to multitaskBe professionally presentedAn enthusiastic approach to work Skills and experience Minimum 2 + year experienceExperience in the Building and Construction industry is essentialPrevious experience working on new commercial build and fits outsIf you are interested and have the relevant experience above please “APPLY NOW” or call jasmine sitoou on 0419 013 883, you can alternatively email me your resume direct to Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the roleMy client is seeking an experienced Contracts Administrator within the constitution industry to join their team and Reporting to the Project Manager, you will have contracts experience as well as exposure to negotiation and engagement with various stakeholders. You will assist with all contracts administration and will also be required to assist in stakeholder management.About the company This leading Commercial Builder has been running in Canberra for the last 35 years with a strong proven track record to undertake complex building projects, they have an unusual technique which sets them apart from other companies here in the ACT, They pride themselves on an integral and awarding culture.Daily Tasks/Duties Coordinating with local authorities Supporting all project managers and foreman on siteManage and undertake procurement, contract management and financial reportingMonitor all invoices from suppliers and subcontractorsPrepare all project documentationKnowledge of building codes, regulations and ratesExperience using industry standard software packages Self-starter who is willing to contribute to a team environment Ability to work in a fast paced and busy environmentStrong communication skills both written and verbalDetail oriented and ability to multitaskBe professionally presentedAn enthusiastic approach to work Skills and experience Minimum 2 + year experienceExperience in the Building and Construction industry is essentialPrevious experience working on new commercial build and fits outsIf you are interested and have the relevant experience above please “APPLY NOW” or call jasmine sitoou on 0419 013 883, you can alternatively email me your resume direct to Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, prorated package
      • part-time
      Our ClientAs a leader in high end commercial fit out and construction, our client prides itself on their ability to deliver quality spaces that scream luxury and functionality. Due to expansion within the business, they are looking to bring their bookkeeping services inhouse. The RoleReporting to the Managing Directors, as the Bookkeeper you will be an integral part of the running of the business. Given they are a small team, this part time role will also see you managing the daily operation of the office. In this role you will be responsible for: Daily reconciliationsOrdering stationeryPreparation of payrollProcessing Accounts Payable/ReceivableOrganising lunches and events for team activitiesAssisting with the preparation of financial reports, BAS statements and other documentsBenefitsFlexible working - part time 2 - 3 days per weekAbility to work from home and have work work life balanceClose to Town Hall StationBeautiful recently renovated open plan officesClose knit and collaborative cultureAbout YouPrevious experience as a Bookkeeper, Accountant, Accounts Administrator, Finance Administrator, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable or PayrollHigh attention to detailAbility to work collaborative in a small dynamic team environmentTech savvy with ability to pick up new software quicklyTo 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.
      Our ClientAs a leader in high end commercial fit out and construction, our client prides itself on their ability to deliver quality spaces that scream luxury and functionality. Due to expansion within the business, they are looking to bring their bookkeeping services inhouse. The RoleReporting to the Managing Directors, as the Bookkeeper you will be an integral part of the running of the business. Given they are a small team, this part time role will also see you managing the daily operation of the office. In this role you will be responsible for: Daily reconciliationsOrdering stationeryPreparation of payrollProcessing Accounts Payable/ReceivableOrganising lunches and events for team activitiesAssisting with the preparation of financial reports, BAS statements and other documentsBenefitsFlexible working - part time 2 - 3 days per weekAbility to work from home and have work work life balanceClose to Town Hall StationBeautiful recently renovated open plan officesClose knit and collaborative cultureAbout YouPrevious experience as a Bookkeeper, Accountant, Accounts Administrator, Finance Administrator, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable or PayrollHigh attention to detailAbility to work collaborative in a small dynamic team environmentTech savvy with ability to pick up new software quicklyTo 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
      • AU$55,000 - AU$60,000, per year, super + company benefits + WFH
      • full-time
      This Payroll /Timesheet Administrator is a newly created position working as part of a large dynamic payroll team. Your manager will support your career development and growth within payroll and you will have the opportunity of progression too. This role would be suited to candidates who have a genuine interest in Payroll and looking to start/ continue their new payroll careers. Those who come from a previous payroll, data entry, accounting or customer service background might find this role will enhance their skills. Recently graduated candidates are also welcomed to apply. This is a full time permanent position based in Sydney CBD and also offers flexible working arrangements from both the office and home. Key responsibilities:Verify all timesheets received in the verification system according to agreed requirements within an allotted time frame. Follow the timesheet schedules and ensure all timesheets are downloaded and uploaded onto the appropriate systems.Upload any client files received by email into the systems as required.Process any eTFN forms received through portals or emails.Data entry of employee deductions to the payroll system.Assist with allocation tickets.Assist with payroll queries form help-desk.Maintain all employee records to a high and accurate standard.Have an adequate appreciation of all functions within the payroll division to allow accurate, effective, and efficient responses to queries relating to verification.Assist Payroll Management Team with any reporting tasks as required.Escalate any query/concern to the Team Leader if you cannot answer/manage the query.Desired skills & experience:Has a genuine interest in Payroll, whether it is something you are currently doing or looking to move into.Experience within accounting, data entry and some administrative roles. Ideally will have some prior payroll knowledge but it is not necessarily essential to have this.Ability to collaborate well within a team environment.Excellent communication skills and ability to build relationships with all stakeholders.Strong problem solving skills. 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 Payroll /Timesheet Administrator is a newly created position working as part of a large dynamic payroll team. Your manager will support your career development and growth within payroll and you will have the opportunity of progression too. This role would be suited to candidates who have a genuine interest in Payroll and looking to start/ continue their new payroll careers. Those who come from a previous payroll, data entry, accounting or customer service background might find this role will enhance their skills. Recently graduated candidates are also welcomed to apply. This is a full time permanent position based in Sydney CBD and also offers flexible working arrangements from both the office and home. Key responsibilities:Verify all timesheets received in the verification system according to agreed requirements within an allotted time frame. Follow the timesheet schedules and ensure all timesheets are downloaded and uploaded onto the appropriate systems.Upload any client files received by email into the systems as required.Process any eTFN forms received through portals or emails.Data entry of employee deductions to the payroll system.Assist with allocation tickets.Assist with payroll queries form help-desk.Maintain all employee records to a high and accurate standard.Have an adequate appreciation of all functions within the payroll division to allow accurate, effective, and efficient responses to queries relating to verification.Assist Payroll Management Team with any reporting tasks as required.Escalate any query/concern to the Team Leader if you cannot answer/manage the query.Desired skills & experience:Has a genuine interest in Payroll, whether it is something you are currently doing or looking to move into.Experience within accounting, data entry and some administrative roles. Ideally will have some prior payroll knowledge but it is not necessarily essential to have this.Ability to collaborate well within a team environment.Excellent communication skills and ability to build relationships with all stakeholders.Strong problem solving skills. 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$55,000 - AU$57,000, per year, plus super, free event tickets and parking
      • full-time
      Our Client Our client is a highly recognised organisation with over 450 sites nationally who are known in the market for their ability to create innovative and seamless solutions for their customers. Due to growth within the organisation, an exciting opportunity has become available for a bubbly and energetic Customer Support Consultant to join their dynamic and collaborative Sydney CBD office. Your New RoleReporting into the Sales & Marketing Manager, as the Customer Support Consultant you will be the face of the business. This newly created position is a hybrid reception, administration, marketing and customer experience role. On a day to day basis you will be responsible for: Greeting people upon arrival to the officeProvide outstanding customer service to customers and Internal stakeholdersTake a high volume of inbound and outbound callsAccurately perform daily reporting of data and other administration tasksUnderstand the business services and products to respond to customer requestsOther general administration duties as requiredThe BenefitsA close knit and supportive team Modern offices with spectacular view of Circular QuayOngoing training and developmentProgression opportunitiesFree parking at a number of parking stations nationallyFree tickets to film festivals, movies, sporting events and more!About YouTo be considered for this role, you should have: Previous experience in Call Centre, Reception, Customer ServiceWell-developed written and verbal communication skillsOutgoing personality with a strong work ethicAbility to work collaboratively within a small dynamic team environment Excellent time management skills and attention to detailA high standard of professional personal presentationTo be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson at 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.
      Our Client Our client is a highly recognised organisation with over 450 sites nationally who are known in the market for their ability to create innovative and seamless solutions for their customers. Due to growth within the organisation, an exciting opportunity has become available for a bubbly and energetic Customer Support Consultant to join their dynamic and collaborative Sydney CBD office. Your New RoleReporting into the Sales & Marketing Manager, as the Customer Support Consultant you will be the face of the business. This newly created position is a hybrid reception, administration, marketing and customer experience role. On a day to day basis you will be responsible for: Greeting people upon arrival to the officeProvide outstanding customer service to customers and Internal stakeholdersTake a high volume of inbound and outbound callsAccurately perform daily reporting of data and other administration tasksUnderstand the business services and products to respond to customer requestsOther general administration duties as requiredThe BenefitsA close knit and supportive team Modern offices with spectacular view of Circular QuayOngoing training and developmentProgression opportunitiesFree parking at a number of parking stations nationallyFree tickets to film festivals, movies, sporting events and more!About YouTo be considered for this role, you should have: Previous experience in Call Centre, Reception, Customer ServiceWell-developed written and verbal communication skillsOutgoing personality with a strong work ethicAbility to work collaboratively within a small dynamic team environment Excellent time management skills and attention to detailA high standard of professional personal presentationTo be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson at 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
      • AU$180 - AU$190, per year, superannuation
      • full-time
      The Role:The Chief Administrative Officer role plays a critical part in not only the delivery of the organisation’s operating strategy, and is responsible for providing leadership and oversight of the office. The Chief Administrative Officer will provide key executive support to the General Secretary, and advise on critical and sensitive issues.The position collaborates heavily with the Senior Leadership Team to ensure the overall delivery of ambitions and well-considered recommendations. As part of the Leadership Team, the Chief Administrative Officer will oversee communications and board secretariat duties. Key Duties:Model good leadership and direction.Oversee three direct reports to achieve outstanding outcomes.Collaborate with other executives to develop cohesive advice for the General Secretary, and to deliver projects and initiatives.Oversee daily operations by coordinating with senior management and other leaders. Research to assist the General Secretary with daily decision-making.Lead the management of key business issues, and provide advice on a wide range of matters.Perform administrative tasks such as generating correspondence and maintaining accurate files.Plan and coordinate boards and leadership team meetings, taking meeting minutes and conducting follow-up actions.Lead the communications and board secretariat functions.Manage the preparation of strategic documents and high-quality advice.Serve as a subject matter expert, handling inquiries and developing subsequent action plans, and assist with communications.Build and develop strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Seek to continually evaluate and improve planning strategies and processes, identifying areas of risks and providing integrated solutions/ recommendations.Advise, guide and assist the organisation in the development and implementation of short and long-term plans.Identify any risks associated with the executive management of the organisation, and develop and implement controls to mitigate said risks.Manage the reputation of the organisation and influence in collaboration with key stakeholders.Provide governance advice.Undertake additional duties as required.Essential Criteria:Tenure and experience in a similar role (e.g. Executive Officer).Demonstrated significant experience in leadership, strategy, change and/or planning role.Superior analytical and decision making skills, with the ability to research and synthesise complex information.Exceptional stakeholder management skills with the ability to naturally build relationships and influence outcomes.Desirable Criteria:Postgraduate qualifications in a relevant field, or equivalent management experience.Proficiency with Diligent and Microsoft Office Suite including SharePoint.Experience within the public sector or non-profit sector.Available to commence immediately or within short notice.Benefits:Hybrid work model - WFH and officeClosely located to key public transport; Town Hall, Wynyard and St James stationsRebatable salary packaging optionsAccess to purchased leave options, as well as 2-3 days gifted leave over ChristmasEnd of trip facilities available on site Next steps:Please apply NOW to be considered, for any questions please reach out to Joy Wang on joy.wang@randstad.com.auClient interviews will be conducted virtually as soon as possible.The successful candidate will ideally commence in early December 2021 following successful pre-engagement and onboarding checks.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 Role:The Chief Administrative Officer role plays a critical part in not only the delivery of the organisation’s operating strategy, and is responsible for providing leadership and oversight of the office. The Chief Administrative Officer will provide key executive support to the General Secretary, and advise on critical and sensitive issues.The position collaborates heavily with the Senior Leadership Team to ensure the overall delivery of ambitions and well-considered recommendations. As part of the Leadership Team, the Chief Administrative Officer will oversee communications and board secretariat duties. Key Duties:Model good leadership and direction.Oversee three direct reports to achieve outstanding outcomes.Collaborate with other executives to develop cohesive advice for the General Secretary, and to deliver projects and initiatives.Oversee daily operations by coordinating with senior management and other leaders. Research to assist the General Secretary with daily decision-making.Lead the management of key business issues, and provide advice on a wide range of matters.Perform administrative tasks such as generating correspondence and maintaining accurate files.Plan and coordinate boards and leadership team meetings, taking meeting minutes and conducting follow-up actions.Lead the communications and board secretariat functions.Manage the preparation of strategic documents and high-quality advice.Serve as a subject matter expert, handling inquiries and developing subsequent action plans, and assist with communications.Build and develop strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Seek to continually evaluate and improve planning strategies and processes, identifying areas of risks and providing integrated solutions/ recommendations.Advise, guide and assist the organisation in the development and implementation of short and long-term plans.Identify any risks associated with the executive management of the organisation, and develop and implement controls to mitigate said risks.Manage the reputation of the organisation and influence in collaboration with key stakeholders.Provide governance advice.Undertake additional duties as required.Essential Criteria:Tenure and experience in a similar role (e.g. Executive Officer).Demonstrated significant experience in leadership, strategy, change and/or planning role.Superior analytical and decision making skills, with the ability to research and synthesise complex information.Exceptional stakeholder management skills with the ability to naturally build relationships and influence outcomes.Desirable Criteria:Postgraduate qualifications in a relevant field, or equivalent management experience.Proficiency with Diligent and Microsoft Office Suite including SharePoint.Experience within the public sector or non-profit sector.Available to commence immediately or within short notice.Benefits:Hybrid work model - WFH and officeClosely located to key public transport; Town Hall, Wynyard and St James stationsRebatable salary packaging optionsAccess to purchased leave options, as well as 2-3 days gifted leave over ChristmasEnd of trip facilities available on site Next steps:Please apply NOW to be considered, for any questions please reach out to Joy Wang on joy.wang@randstad.com.auClient interviews will be conducted virtually as soon as possible.The successful candidate will ideally commence in early December 2021 following successful pre-engagement and onboarding checks.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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