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      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$180 - AU$200, per year, +super
      • full-time
      Excellent opportunity for an Environmental Manager to join a government agency in Victoria working on a major rail project. You will be tasked with developing and preparing the strategic framework key strategies, policies and procedures applicable to the assessment of statutory planning and environmental impacts and development of environmental management strategies. About the project:Melbourne Airport Rail is a proposed rail link from the Melbourne CBD to Melbourne Airport at Tullamarine. The planned link is to run through the under-construction Metro Tunnel, running 27 km from the airport to Town Hall station in the city centre with 12 km of new track between the airport and Sunshine station.Responsibilities:Support the Project Directors, Senior Project Manager, and Project Managers to deliver effective environmental and sustainability policies, assessment of environmental impacts and compliance systemsFacilitate the integration of planning and environmental data within the GIS information management platform and provide advice and strategiesManage and deliver environmental studies associated with the Feasibility Studies, Environmental Impact Assessments and Construction Management plans.Requirements:Remuneration:Up to $203K packageTo Apply:Please submit your CV via the link provided, alternatively, you can email inna.sidorova@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.
      Excellent opportunity for an Environmental Manager to join a government agency in Victoria working on a major rail project. You will be tasked with developing and preparing the strategic framework key strategies, policies and procedures applicable to the assessment of statutory planning and environmental impacts and development of environmental management strategies. About the project:Melbourne Airport Rail is a proposed rail link from the Melbourne CBD to Melbourne Airport at Tullamarine. The planned link is to run through the under-construction Metro Tunnel, running 27 km from the airport to Town Hall station in the city centre with 12 km of new track between the airport and Sunshine station.Responsibilities:Support the Project Directors, Senior Project Manager, and Project Managers to deliver effective environmental and sustainability policies, assessment of environmental impacts and compliance systemsFacilitate the integration of planning and environmental data within the GIS information management platform and provide advice and strategiesManage and deliver environmental studies associated with the Feasibility Studies, Environmental Impact Assessments and Construction Management plans.Requirements:Remuneration:Up to $203K packageTo Apply:Please submit your CV via the link provided, alternatively, you can email inna.sidorova@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$750 - AU$950, per day, + super
      • full-time
      Are you a Civil Project Engineer looking to join a Major Tier 2 civil infrastructure player with an unrivaled reputation in project delivery? Attention commercial professionals in the civil infrastructure industry! Have you ever wanted to work with an up and coming civil infrastructure player with an unrivaled reputation in project delivery? Would you like to work on some of the most prestigious level crossing removal projects in Victoria? My client is a large Tier 2 Contractor, working across metro and regional Victoria projects valued from $100m – 300m. I am working with my client exclusively, in order to source a knowledgeable and practical Project Engineer. Reporting to one of the region’s leading Construction Managers, these are things you will be tasked with doing: Working primarily on major civil infrastructure projects in Metro Melbourne (VicRoads & Metro)Strong emphasis on civil, roadworks, drainage, bulk earthworks, cost/program planning, OH&S & compliance. Supervising and mentoring junior engineers in the business.In essence, if you have worked in a similar role for a Tier 1 or 2 civil infrastructure company to a high level then these responsibilities should be second nature. As well as working in a similar role, my client is keen to look at candidates with the following: 5+ years minimum site based experience with a highly respected construction company. Minimum Tertiary qualification or equivalent experience working in the infrastructure sector. The ability to influence and converse freely with workers on site, managers in the business & board level directors. Ambition, drive & the hunger to progress and better yourself. For the right candidate, a daily rate between $750 - 950 per day + super is on offer. Roles like this don’t come up too often, so please do not miss out. Get in touch with myself (Adam Chamberlain) at our Melbourne office to find out more adam.chamberlain@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.
      Are you a Civil Project Engineer looking to join a Major Tier 2 civil infrastructure player with an unrivaled reputation in project delivery? Attention commercial professionals in the civil infrastructure industry! Have you ever wanted to work with an up and coming civil infrastructure player with an unrivaled reputation in project delivery? Would you like to work on some of the most prestigious level crossing removal projects in Victoria? My client is a large Tier 2 Contractor, working across metro and regional Victoria projects valued from $100m – 300m. I am working with my client exclusively, in order to source a knowledgeable and practical Project Engineer. Reporting to one of the region’s leading Construction Managers, these are things you will be tasked with doing: Working primarily on major civil infrastructure projects in Metro Melbourne (VicRoads & Metro)Strong emphasis on civil, roadworks, drainage, bulk earthworks, cost/program planning, OH&S & compliance. Supervising and mentoring junior engineers in the business.In essence, if you have worked in a similar role for a Tier 1 or 2 civil infrastructure company to a high level then these responsibilities should be second nature. As well as working in a similar role, my client is keen to look at candidates with the following: 5+ years minimum site based experience with a highly respected construction company. Minimum Tertiary qualification or equivalent experience working in the infrastructure sector. The ability to influence and converse freely with workers on site, managers in the business & board level directors. Ambition, drive & the hunger to progress and better yourself. For the right candidate, a daily rate between $750 - 950 per day + super is on offer. Roles like this don’t come up too often, so please do not miss out. Get in touch with myself (Adam Chamberlain) at our Melbourne office to find out more adam.chamberlain@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Fraud Consultant, InvestigationsOpen to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane candidatesRemote working available Excellent salary packageThe Fraud Consultant is responsible for conducting investigations into allegations of fraud committed by employees, customers or vendors of the business and will be responsible for maintaining accurate, comprehensive and timely records of all investigations/ cases in line with organisational and regulatory expectations with a high degree of integrity andconfidentiality.The role will be responsible for maintaining policies, frameworks, monitoring, detection, investigations, training, reporting and remediation related to Anti- Fraud operations.The consultant will also have an understanding of AML/CTF laws and may assist with investigations warranted by alerts by Enhanced Customer Due Diligence for high-risk customers, including transaction monitoring.ResponsibilitiesAssist in maintaining a fit for purpose and cost effective anti-fraud program (people, process & technology) commensurate to the risk identified and aligned to industry best practice.Take lead on assessments, investigations and drafting reports relating to anti-fraud matters including escalation to AML/CTF Compliance accountable for Officer and Financial Crime Manager where required.Assess and triage alerts generated by the fraud monitoring systems.Maintain a compliant and consistent audit trail of all assessment activities, including accurate case notesDeliver role based training to front line staff, where required.Provide support to and assist front line staff and key stakeholders with Fraud and AML/CTF queries.Proactively manage risk; meet all policy and compliance requirements; perform controls; adhere to Process and Procedures pertinent to role; and escalate events, issues or breaches as they are identified.Skills and qualificationsAbility to clearly present and articulate risk positions, reviews and/or recommendations to the AML/CTF Compliance Officer and other key stakeholders.Demonstrated ability to comprehend written, spoken and diagrammatic material, and to create the same with clarity and correct expression, including the ability to facilitate workshops, deliver presentations, prepare reports, papers and high level correspondence.Previous experience in working in fraud investigations and financial crime role (preferably 3+ years experience)Understanding of Anti-Fraud framework, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing regulations, global sanctions law and compliance risk management principles.Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills, including ability to build strong stakeholder relationships including upper management and law enforcement.Automated Fraud Detection and Financial Transaction Monitoring SystemsWhy choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to Risk, Compliance and Financial Crime. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process. 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.
      Fraud Consultant, InvestigationsOpen to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane candidatesRemote working available Excellent salary packageThe Fraud Consultant is responsible for conducting investigations into allegations of fraud committed by employees, customers or vendors of the business and will be responsible for maintaining accurate, comprehensive and timely records of all investigations/ cases in line with organisational and regulatory expectations with a high degree of integrity andconfidentiality.The role will be responsible for maintaining policies, frameworks, monitoring, detection, investigations, training, reporting and remediation related to Anti- Fraud operations.The consultant will also have an understanding of AML/CTF laws and may assist with investigations warranted by alerts by Enhanced Customer Due Diligence for high-risk customers, including transaction monitoring.ResponsibilitiesAssist in maintaining a fit for purpose and cost effective anti-fraud program (people, process & technology) commensurate to the risk identified and aligned to industry best practice.Take lead on assessments, investigations and drafting reports relating to anti-fraud matters including escalation to AML/CTF Compliance accountable for Officer and Financial Crime Manager where required.Assess and triage alerts generated by the fraud monitoring systems.Maintain a compliant and consistent audit trail of all assessment activities, including accurate case notesDeliver role based training to front line staff, where required.Provide support to and assist front line staff and key stakeholders with Fraud and AML/CTF queries.Proactively manage risk; meet all policy and compliance requirements; perform controls; adhere to Process and Procedures pertinent to role; and escalate events, issues or breaches as they are identified.Skills and qualificationsAbility to clearly present and articulate risk positions, reviews and/or recommendations to the AML/CTF Compliance Officer and other key stakeholders.Demonstrated ability to comprehend written, spoken and diagrammatic material, and to create the same with clarity and correct expression, including the ability to facilitate workshops, deliver presentations, prepare reports, papers and high level correspondence.Previous experience in working in fraud investigations and financial crime role (preferably 3+ years experience)Understanding of Anti-Fraud framework, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing regulations, global sanctions law and compliance risk management principles.Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills, including ability to build strong stakeholder relationships including upper management and law enforcement.Automated Fraud Detection and Financial Transaction Monitoring SystemsWhy choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to Risk, Compliance and Financial Crime. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process. 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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$500 - AU$585 per day
      • full-time
      Our Client Randstad has partnered with an independent statutory agency dedicated to support persons closely impacted by disability and the family and friends around them. You will be specifically working within the Risk Management Division which allows applicants to apply from all around Melbourne and blend working from home and in the office. You will be reporting to the EL2 Director of Risk Projects. Ideally this team is looking for a full-time candidate but will entertain part-time applicants if it is appropriate.About your new roleAs a risk project specialist you will be required to provide specialist advice on delivery and delivered risks, and potential fraud and compliance enhancement opportunities. The role will oversee that the agency’s risk management process is upheld and that threats to this can be equally anticipated and managed. Some of the duties and responsibilities for the role include:Providing risk insight and advice on project delivery, technology and operations;Reviewing briefs and documents on risk potential related to projects, design specifications, and artefacts;Collaborating with the team to continually improve the risk management program;Candidates should be able to:Confidently train and improve the team around them contributing guidance to individuals’ knowledge, skills and abilities;Establish action plans, timelines and leverage resources to ensure efficient delivery of projects;Use effective persuasive communication to influence acceptance of ideas and commitment to actions.Essentials5+ years experience in project management or risk management in either an operational or project delivery capacity;Proven collaborator experience;Interested? Next StepsIf you are currently searching for your next opportunity and you are confident you can deliver on the responsibilities above, please email elliot.temm@randstad.com.au an updated CV and I will aim to follow up with you. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our Client Randstad has partnered with an independent statutory agency dedicated to support persons closely impacted by disability and the family and friends around them. You will be specifically working within the Risk Management Division which allows applicants to apply from all around Melbourne and blend working from home and in the office. You will be reporting to the EL2 Director of Risk Projects. Ideally this team is looking for a full-time candidate but will entertain part-time applicants if it is appropriate.About your new roleAs a risk project specialist you will be required to provide specialist advice on delivery and delivered risks, and potential fraud and compliance enhancement opportunities. The role will oversee that the agency’s risk management process is upheld and that threats to this can be equally anticipated and managed. Some of the duties and responsibilities for the role include:Providing risk insight and advice on project delivery, technology and operations;Reviewing briefs and documents on risk potential related to projects, design specifications, and artefacts;Collaborating with the team to continually improve the risk management program;Candidates should be able to:Confidently train and improve the team around them contributing guidance to individuals’ knowledge, skills and abilities;Establish action plans, timelines and leverage resources to ensure efficient delivery of projects;Use effective persuasive communication to influence acceptance of ideas and commitment to actions.Essentials5+ years experience in project management or risk management in either an operational or project delivery capacity;Proven collaborator experience;Interested? Next StepsIf you are currently searching for your next opportunity and you are confident you can deliver on the responsibilities above, please email elliot.temm@randstad.com.au an updated CV and I will aim to follow up with you. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$56.27 - AU$63.85, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking Project Officer who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference in emergency recover in VIctoriaAbout your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Officer will provide complex, high quality administrative and secretariatsupport to the Project Manager and Project Director.What you will need to exceedReview and prepare briefings, correspondence, minutes, agendas, working papers with a high level of attention to detail.Provide high-level project support to development and implementation of approved plans andstrategies.Provide high level support to ensure the project achieves a high standard of performance.Provide high level secretariat support to project meetings.Under direction, assess and prioritise incoming correspondence, briefings and other documents.Provide high quality administrative support.Work cooperatively with other support staff.Next stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently seeking Project Officer who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference in emergency recover in VIctoriaAbout your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Officer will provide complex, high quality administrative and secretariatsupport to the Project Manager and Project Director.What you will need to exceedReview and prepare briefings, correspondence, minutes, agendas, working papers with a high level of attention to detail.Provide high-level project support to development and implementation of approved plans andstrategies.Provide high level support to ensure the project achieves a high standard of performance.Provide high level secretariat support to project meetings.Under direction, assess and prioritise incoming correspondence, briefings and other documents.Provide high quality administrative support.Work cooperatively with other support staff.Next stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$64.93 - AU$78.56, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking Senior Policy Officers who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference in education for Victorians. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Policy Officer will need to demonstrate a high level of initiative, expertise, experience and knowledge in policy research, analysis and evaluation, as well as significant policy development and implementation.What you will need to exceedYou will have strong communication, policy, legislative and regulatory design, and stakeholder management skills.Lead, manage and contribute to developing and delivering policies, regulatory reforms and legislation to improve economic, social and sustainability outcomes.Review and design regulation and policy implementation to maximise compliance while minimising compliance costs and the risks of unintended effects.Provide expert, authoritative, and timely advice to internal and external stakeholders on waste and resource recovery policies, regulations, and legislation, including ministerial offices and colleagues across government and external organisations.Communicate effectively to engage the team, build shared understanding with our stakeholders and collaborate with colleagues on policies and programs.Negotiate and resolve complex policy issues.Contribute to a constructive culture within the department and branch.Ensure the highest ethical standards in delivering all of the department’s objectives.Next stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up-to-date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently seeking Senior Policy Officers who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference in education for Victorians. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Policy Officer will need to demonstrate a high level of initiative, expertise, experience and knowledge in policy research, analysis and evaluation, as well as significant policy development and implementation.What you will need to exceedYou will have strong communication, policy, legislative and regulatory design, and stakeholder management skills.Lead, manage and contribute to developing and delivering policies, regulatory reforms and legislation to improve economic, social and sustainability outcomes.Review and design regulation and policy implementation to maximise compliance while minimising compliance costs and the risks of unintended effects.Provide expert, authoritative, and timely advice to internal and external stakeholders on waste and resource recovery policies, regulations, and legislation, including ministerial offices and colleagues across government and external organisations.Communicate effectively to engage the team, build shared understanding with our stakeholders and collaborate with colleagues on policies and programs.Negotiate and resolve complex policy issues.Contribute to a constructive culture within the department and branch.Ensure the highest ethical standards in delivering all of the department’s objectives.Next stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up-to-date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are currently seeking an established GM / Senior Project Manager to manage a number of road upgrades and maintenance projects located in Melbourne. Our client, a well established privately owned civil construction company, located in the outer suburbs, has a number of live projects which are due, and have been awarded. Reporting to one of the companies directors, and working in tandem with the superintendent across 4-6 projects, these are things you will be tasked with doing: Working primarily on civil infrastructure projects in Melbourne (MRPV)Strong emphasis on roadworks, drainage, bulk earthworks, cost / program planning, OH&S & compliance. Supervising and mentoring Project Managers and Engineers in the business.In essence, if you have worked in a similar role for a Tier 1 to 3 civil infrastructure company to a high level then these responsibilities should be second nature. As well as working in a similar role, my client is keen to look at candidates with the following: 10+ years minimum site based experience with a highly respected construction company. Minimum Tertiary qualification or equivalent experience working in the infrastructure sector. The ability to influence and converse freely with workers on site, managers in the business & board level directors. Ambition, drive & the hunger to progress and better yourself. Roles like this don’t come up too often, so please do not miss out. Get in touch with myself (Babette de Wit) at our Melbourne office to find out more (babette.dewit@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.
      Randstad are currently seeking an established GM / Senior Project Manager to manage a number of road upgrades and maintenance projects located in Melbourne. Our client, a well established privately owned civil construction company, located in the outer suburbs, has a number of live projects which are due, and have been awarded. Reporting to one of the companies directors, and working in tandem with the superintendent across 4-6 projects, these are things you will be tasked with doing: Working primarily on civil infrastructure projects in Melbourne (MRPV)Strong emphasis on roadworks, drainage, bulk earthworks, cost / program planning, OH&S & compliance. Supervising and mentoring Project Managers and Engineers in the business.In essence, if you have worked in a similar role for a Tier 1 to 3 civil infrastructure company to a high level then these responsibilities should be second nature. As well as working in a similar role, my client is keen to look at candidates with the following: 10+ years minimum site based experience with a highly respected construction company. Minimum Tertiary qualification or equivalent experience working in the infrastructure sector. The ability to influence and converse freely with workers on site, managers in the business & board level directors. Ambition, drive & the hunger to progress and better yourself. Roles like this don’t come up too often, so please do not miss out. Get in touch with myself (Babette de Wit) at our Melbourne office to find out more (babette.dewit@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$40.00 - AU$44.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      Are you looking for an exciting contract opportunity to keep you busy until summer?Do you enjoy giving strategic claims advice to large corporate clients and brokers?If YES, then we have an exciting six-month contract with a renowned global firm for you!We are looking for two dynamic senior claims advisors in Melbourne! In this new role, you will:Look after a portfolio of claims in Property & Liability.Provide strategic claims advice to top ASX clients on issues around complex catastrophic claims, workers comp issues, etc.Work closely with multiple legal, products, and claims teams. You must have:Strong experience in commercial insurance or Workers' compensation. Experience working with c-suiteExcellent written and verbal communication skillsOpen to learn Critical thinkerAn insurance broker/consulting background is not necessary but idealTier 1 compliant Benefits:$44/hour + SuperWork as part of a large well known organisation Manage your own portfolio of claims Opportunity to progress and develop across the business Hybrid working arrangements Office based in Melbourne CBD If you believe you are the perfect fit for this role, then I would love to hear from you. Please reach out to me, anastasia.cheruvelil@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.
      Are you looking for an exciting contract opportunity to keep you busy until summer?Do you enjoy giving strategic claims advice to large corporate clients and brokers?If YES, then we have an exciting six-month contract with a renowned global firm for you!We are looking for two dynamic senior claims advisors in Melbourne! In this new role, you will:Look after a portfolio of claims in Property & Liability.Provide strategic claims advice to top ASX clients on issues around complex catastrophic claims, workers comp issues, etc.Work closely with multiple legal, products, and claims teams. You must have:Strong experience in commercial insurance or Workers' compensation. Experience working with c-suiteExcellent written and verbal communication skillsOpen to learn Critical thinkerAn insurance broker/consulting background is not necessary but idealTier 1 compliant Benefits:$44/hour + SuperWork as part of a large well known organisation Manage your own portfolio of claims Opportunity to progress and develop across the business Hybrid working arrangements Office based in Melbourne CBD If you believe you are the perfect fit for this role, then I would love to hear from you. Please reach out to me, anastasia.cheruvelil@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$155,000, per year, full salary package
      • full-time
      City of Monash - Coordinator Capital Works Buildings Permanent, Full-Time positionTotal Remuneration Package up to $155,000 (Inclusive of Superannuation and option of Fully Maintained Private Use Vehicle)Notting Hill LocationThe City Monash is a dynamic organisation committed to providing excellence in service delivery. Located in the eastern region, Monash is a cosmopolitan and culturally diverse city, close to the demographic centre of Melbourne.The roleReporting to the Manager Capital Works, the Coordinator Capital Works Buildings will provide high quality project planning, programming, and supervision of environmental and building related projects and the successful handover for ongoing maintenance.This position leads and manages a project delivery team consisting of project managers, design managers and external contractors.Project management of consultants/ in-house staff in the preparation of plans, specifications and documents for assigned projects to meet current standards and requirements.Ensure that the project management of assigned projects from the Council’s Capital Works Program are carried out to meet the requirements of the plans and documentation.Manage all information in the various Corporate Management Systems.Assess construction sites and works assigned to the role for compliance with current OH&S, legislative and industry practice requirements, act upon and report on compliance.Provide accurate, timely reporting for all projects/activities managed by this role.What you will need to be successfulCouncil is seeking an experienced Project Manager who possesses a strong knowledge of planning and delivering Building and Construction projects & programs from early planning through construction and handover and finalisation stages.You will be someone with experience leading and managing a team of professionals to plan and deliver current and long-term construction programs and projects, prioritising and co-ordinating day-to-day activities and specific projects following recognised project management principles.Well-developed problem-solving skills and ability to co-ordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Qualifications in Building & Construction, Engineering or a related field (desirable) with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is required.How to applyUse the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/62b5297f4bbb5a6f6cb28a66The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact james.bourbos@randstad.com.auApplications close on Wednesday July 6th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
      City of Monash - Coordinator Capital Works Buildings Permanent, Full-Time positionTotal Remuneration Package up to $155,000 (Inclusive of Superannuation and option of Fully Maintained Private Use Vehicle)Notting Hill LocationThe City Monash is a dynamic organisation committed to providing excellence in service delivery. Located in the eastern region, Monash is a cosmopolitan and culturally diverse city, close to the demographic centre of Melbourne.The roleReporting to the Manager Capital Works, the Coordinator Capital Works Buildings will provide high quality project planning, programming, and supervision of environmental and building related projects and the successful handover for ongoing maintenance.This position leads and manages a project delivery team consisting of project managers, design managers and external contractors.Project management of consultants/ in-house staff in the preparation of plans, specifications and documents for assigned projects to meet current standards and requirements.Ensure that the project management of assigned projects from the Council’s Capital Works Program are carried out to meet the requirements of the plans and documentation.Manage all information in the various Corporate Management Systems.Assess construction sites and works assigned to the role for compliance with current OH&S, legislative and industry practice requirements, act upon and report on compliance.Provide accurate, timely reporting for all projects/activities managed by this role.What you will need to be successfulCouncil is seeking an experienced Project Manager who possesses a strong knowledge of planning and delivering Building and Construction projects & programs from early planning through construction and handover and finalisation stages.You will be someone with experience leading and managing a team of professionals to plan and deliver current and long-term construction programs and projects, prioritising and co-ordinating day-to-day activities and specific projects following recognised project management principles.Well-developed problem-solving skills and ability to co-ordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Qualifications in Building & Construction, Engineering or a related field (desirable) with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is required.How to applyUse the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/62b5297f4bbb5a6f6cb28a66The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact james.bourbos@randstad.com.auApplications close on Wednesday July 6th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$145,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Dev/Sec/Op’s Engineer will be focusing on building automated platforms/environments, enable the shift to daily releases through CI/CD practices, prepare systems for movement to cloud and subsequent operating model.The role does not require a 100% CyberSecurity Expert, rather it would suit an all-rounder who is customer oriented. The person must have a strong engineering and coding background with extensive experience in migrations, solutions design and application and network support with skills and a passion for CyberSecurity.Responsible for the automation of repetitive tasks required to maintain a secure and up-to-date operational environment.Be an enabler for developers, software and operational engineers, working closely with various teams to build and integrate modern tools, best practices and techniques into our environment.Contribute to the securing of infrastructure so that the data and operations of the organisation are protected from harm, both malicious and inadvertent.Promote and drive the adoption of enterprise-wide DevSecOps standards, guidelines and best practices.Support the product development team by being the bridge between software development, testing and operations teams, prioritise build activities and ensure that DevSecOps tools are effective and automate release and test plans.Working with scripting languages such as powershell, chocolatey and exposure to cloud related technologies.Maintain and improve our information security management system and ensure continued compliance with ISO27001, NIST and Government Standards. Ensure that cybersecurity standards and tools are integrated into the build and development process.Create optimal CI/CD environments and methodologies for the assigned product vertical teamsEnable the drive to implement daily release cycles.Provide and share a broad knowledge of technologies and architectures and function as a DevSecOps mentor within the Technology teamsMaintain an in-depth understanding of technologies and stay abreast of current industry trends and emerging technologies.Maintaining high quality secure code and infrastructure, identifying and remediating security vulnerabilitiesAssist with monitoring the ongoing performance of the tools and ensure outages are resolved in a timely mannerEnsure training and on-boarding materials are regularly maintained.Embrace a culture of continuous improvement, by establishing a sustainable framework of continuous integration, quality assurance monitoring and testingEnable a consistent integration environment that sustains high productivity levels and emphasises defect prevention.Function as an effective, positive team memberMaintain active knowledge of work health and safety practices and proceduresAdhere to all policy and proceduresCarry out other reasonable duties as requiredAt 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 Dev/Sec/Op’s Engineer will be focusing on building automated platforms/environments, enable the shift to daily releases through CI/CD practices, prepare systems for movement to cloud and subsequent operating model.The role does not require a 100% CyberSecurity Expert, rather it would suit an all-rounder who is customer oriented. The person must have a strong engineering and coding background with extensive experience in migrations, solutions design and application and network support with skills and a passion for CyberSecurity.Responsible for the automation of repetitive tasks required to maintain a secure and up-to-date operational environment.Be an enabler for developers, software and operational engineers, working closely with various teams to build and integrate modern tools, best practices and techniques into our environment.Contribute to the securing of infrastructure so that the data and operations of the organisation are protected from harm, both malicious and inadvertent.Promote and drive the adoption of enterprise-wide DevSecOps standards, guidelines and best practices.Support the product development team by being the bridge between software development, testing and operations teams, prioritise build activities and ensure that DevSecOps tools are effective and automate release and test plans.Working with scripting languages such as powershell, chocolatey and exposure to cloud related technologies.Maintain and improve our information security management system and ensure continued compliance with ISO27001, NIST and Government Standards. Ensure that cybersecurity standards and tools are integrated into the build and development process.Create optimal CI/CD environments and methodologies for the assigned product vertical teamsEnable the drive to implement daily release cycles.Provide and share a broad knowledge of technologies and architectures and function as a DevSecOps mentor within the Technology teamsMaintain an in-depth understanding of technologies and stay abreast of current industry trends and emerging technologies.Maintaining high quality secure code and infrastructure, identifying and remediating security vulnerabilitiesAssist with monitoring the ongoing performance of the tools and ensure outages are resolved in a timely mannerEnsure training and on-boarding materials are regularly maintained.Embrace a culture of continuous improvement, by establishing a sustainable framework of continuous integration, quality assurance monitoring and testingEnable a consistent integration environment that sustains high productivity levels and emphasises defect prevention.Function as an effective, positive team memberMaintain active knowledge of work health and safety practices and proceduresAdhere to all policy and proceduresCarry out other reasonable duties as requiredAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$200,000 - AU$2,500,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyLongstanding funds manager and full-service property group with national portfolio of commercial assetsInteresting mix of projects - upgrades and capital works on existing properties (typically up to $10m) as well as leading new build projecs from cradle to grave to $30mLead the existing construction services team who deliver projects both in house, and via third third party buildign contractors, depending upon their size & location.The RoleThis opportunity is a key role leading the a small and established Construction Services, managing all aspects of the groups project delivery and playing a hands on role on their key projects. Core areas of responsibility includeDelivery - overseeing projects services from start to finish to ensure successful delivery to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. This includes playing a key hands on role through the design and construction phase.Compliance - ensuring all projects meet building compliance codes and other obligations - for both Federal, State and Local GovernmentOHS & E - create and maingtain a safety program for both individual projects and the company as a wholeQA/QC Management - conitnual review and evaluate company practice and processContract Management - maintain supplier and vendor performance of quality and cost across the portfolioBudgeting and Reporting - weekly and monthly reports of work order status and financial summaries. Qualifications & Experience requiredA track record of successfuly completed projects as Project Manager within the commercial building sector in Australia Strong working knowledge of commercial building systems, structures and civil works for projects up $50mAdvanced knowledge of Australian building legislation, codes and OHS&EProven experience with financial accountability, including monitoring budgets and forecastsOutstanding written and verbal communications skills, creative thinking approachTertiary qualification in Engineering or Construction.Whats on offerAn opportunity to transition your construction PM skills to a property and funds management organisation with an exceptional portfolio of projects and assetsStunning CBD offices with collaborative team environmentAn opportunity to get exposure to front end development and funds management (your core responsibility is in project delivery however)A five day working weekAn attractive salary package How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At 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 CompanyLongstanding funds manager and full-service property group with national portfolio of commercial assetsInteresting mix of projects - upgrades and capital works on existing properties (typically up to $10m) as well as leading new build projecs from cradle to grave to $30mLead the existing construction services team who deliver projects both in house, and via third third party buildign contractors, depending upon their size & location.The RoleThis opportunity is a key role leading the a small and established Construction Services, managing all aspects of the groups project delivery and playing a hands on role on their key projects. Core areas of responsibility includeDelivery - overseeing projects services from start to finish to ensure successful delivery to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. This includes playing a key hands on role through the design and construction phase.Compliance - ensuring all projects meet building compliance codes and other obligations - for both Federal, State and Local GovernmentOHS & E - create and maingtain a safety program for both individual projects and the company as a wholeQA/QC Management - conitnual review and evaluate company practice and processContract Management - maintain supplier and vendor performance of quality and cost across the portfolioBudgeting and Reporting - weekly and monthly reports of work order status and financial summaries. Qualifications & Experience requiredA track record of successfuly completed projects as Project Manager within the commercial building sector in Australia Strong working knowledge of commercial building systems, structures and civil works for projects up $50mAdvanced knowledge of Australian building legislation, codes and OHS&EProven experience with financial accountability, including monitoring budgets and forecastsOutstanding written and verbal communications skills, creative thinking approachTertiary qualification in Engineering or Construction.Whats on offerAn opportunity to transition your construction PM skills to a property and funds management organisation with an exceptional portfolio of projects and assetsStunning CBD offices with collaborative team environmentAn opportunity to get exposure to front end development and funds management (your core responsibility is in project delivery however)A five day working weekAn attractive salary package How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      The Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Development Coordinator is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Engineering, Property, Economics, Town Planning or related discipline;3+ years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Engineering, Property, Economics, Town Planning or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Development Coordinator is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Engineering, Property, Economics, Town Planning or related discipline;3+ years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Engineering, Property, Economics, Town Planning or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Do you want to be a part of something big? GSA was founded by Dylan Alcott OAM. Now they have partnered with some of Australia's biggest brands to make real change. With a suite of successful programs currently running, they have funding secured for the next wave of innovation to assist people with disabilities through digital products and services. With all this change happening, we'll need you to own, manage and drive this new and exciting product, through innovation and customer centricity within the disability sector.Daily responsibilities will include, but not limited to:Working closely with the disability community and with inclusive employers to understand the problem space and translate into product requirements.Collaborating with technical teams to help conceptualise the solution.Managing the product backlog and prioritising them based on changing requirements.Ensuring that the product that is delivered meets the needs of the community.Developing user stories.Participating in Scrum meetings and product sprints.Bridging the gap between the technical and business/user requirements.Understanding the vision for the product and brand strategy and ensure the vision realised by the technical team.To succeed in this position you will have:Project management concepts (Waterfall, Agile/SCRUM.Work experience as a Product Manager/Owner or similar role in product management.Excellent organisational and time management skills.Sharp analytical and problem-solving skills.WCAG 2.1 Accessibility Guidelines, specifically AA compliance.Delivering business application projects utilising Scrum, XP, Kanban or similar Agile approaches.Jira & Confluence. Microsoft Office.Benefits to the position:An accessibility friendly, diverse, and inclusive workplaceCreative and supportive work environmentCentral Melbourne location, close to public transportFlexible work arrangements, including work from home if preferredCompetitive salaryReady to Lead! Innovate! Create! Here is how to apply: If you require any adjustments to the application process to enable you to apply, or if you have any questions please contact us by emailing; jaylene.quiaonza@gmail.com or calling me on 03 8319 1173.If you are ready to apply for the role of Product Manager, send your resume now. We are ready to hire.REF:GSAAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Do you want to be a part of something big? GSA was founded by Dylan Alcott OAM. Now they have partnered with some of Australia's biggest brands to make real change. With a suite of successful programs currently running, they have funding secured for the next wave of innovation to assist people with disabilities through digital products and services. With all this change happening, we'll need you to own, manage and drive this new and exciting product, through innovation and customer centricity within the disability sector.Daily responsibilities will include, but not limited to:Working closely with the disability community and with inclusive employers to understand the problem space and translate into product requirements.Collaborating with technical teams to help conceptualise the solution.Managing the product backlog and prioritising them based on changing requirements.Ensuring that the product that is delivered meets the needs of the community.Developing user stories.Participating in Scrum meetings and product sprints.Bridging the gap between the technical and business/user requirements.Understanding the vision for the product and brand strategy and ensure the vision realised by the technical team.To succeed in this position you will have:Project management concepts (Waterfall, Agile/SCRUM.Work experience as a Product Manager/Owner or similar role in product management.Excellent organisational and time management skills.Sharp analytical and problem-solving skills.WCAG 2.1 Accessibility Guidelines, specifically AA compliance.Delivering business application projects utilising Scrum, XP, Kanban or similar Agile approaches.Jira & Confluence. Microsoft Office.Benefits to the position:An accessibility friendly, diverse, and inclusive workplaceCreative and supportive work environmentCentral Melbourne location, close to public transportFlexible work arrangements, including work from home if preferredCompetitive salaryReady to Lead! Innovate! Create! Here is how to apply: If you require any adjustments to the application process to enable you to apply, or if you have any questions please contact us by emailing; jaylene.quiaonza@gmail.com or calling me on 03 8319 1173.If you are ready to apply for the role of Product Manager, send your resume now. We are ready to hire.REF:GSAAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Senior Manager / Associate Director, Transaction Monitoring Open to candidates in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane Permanent Opportunity About the role:The Financial Crime Detection & Intelligence team have embedded specialisations in CDD, Surveillance and Fraud targets, as well as providing design and strategy. Through collaboration with their key partners in Financial Crime Risk (FCR) and the Financial Crime Change Program (FCCP), they implement new technology and process improvements to ensure the business can combat financial criminals.As an Associate Director, you will have oversight of transactions monitoring detection capabilities and tools to ensure these are sustainable and optimised to enhance effectiveness and efficiency of financial crime risk controls. You will drive the execution and optimisation of detection strategies across Financial Crime Operations aligned with the AML programResponsibilities will include:Develop new detection capabilities to enhance the financial crime typology coverage utilising existing and new technologies such as SPARK and QuantexaOptimise performance of detection scenarios and rules with a view in enhancing operational efficiencyManage ongoing reviews and analysis to ensure detections scenarios and rules are working as intended and identify opportunities for enhancementsOversight over outputs generated from generated from detection capabilities and workflow management What you will bring:To be successful in the role you will be have deep experience with data analytics and detection management, experience with operations/banking services, as well as knowledge of financial crime risk indicators. Further to this you will be able to demonstrate the following capabilitiesStrong strategic concepts and implementation of financial crime detection strategies and riskStrong data mining experience, working with large data sets and different data lakesStrong working knowledge of programming languages such as SQL, SAS, Python, PySpark, Scala and RStrong experience with Oracle/Spark/Unix SystemsLeadership and People Management skillsWhy choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to Risk, Compliance and Financial Crime. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process. 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.For further details, please contact charlotte.keilbart@randstad.com.au or apply directly.
      Senior Manager / Associate Director, Transaction Monitoring Open to candidates in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane Permanent Opportunity About the role:The Financial Crime Detection & Intelligence team have embedded specialisations in CDD, Surveillance and Fraud targets, as well as providing design and strategy. Through collaboration with their key partners in Financial Crime Risk (FCR) and the Financial Crime Change Program (FCCP), they implement new technology and process improvements to ensure the business can combat financial criminals.As an Associate Director, you will have oversight of transactions monitoring detection capabilities and tools to ensure these are sustainable and optimised to enhance effectiveness and efficiency of financial crime risk controls. You will drive the execution and optimisation of detection strategies across Financial Crime Operations aligned with the AML programResponsibilities will include:Develop new detection capabilities to enhance the financial crime typology coverage utilising existing and new technologies such as SPARK and QuantexaOptimise performance of detection scenarios and rules with a view in enhancing operational efficiencyManage ongoing reviews and analysis to ensure detections scenarios and rules are working as intended and identify opportunities for enhancementsOversight over outputs generated from generated from detection capabilities and workflow management What you will bring:To be successful in the role you will be have deep experience with data analytics and detection management, experience with operations/banking services, as well as knowledge of financial crime risk indicators. Further to this you will be able to demonstrate the following capabilitiesStrong strategic concepts and implementation of financial crime detection strategies and riskStrong data mining experience, working with large data sets and different data lakesStrong working knowledge of programming languages such as SQL, SAS, Python, PySpark, Scala and RStrong experience with Oracle/Spark/Unix SystemsLeadership and People Management skillsWhy choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to Risk, Compliance and Financial Crime. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process. 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.For further details, please contact charlotte.keilbart@randstad.com.au or apply directly.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000, per year, + bonus structure
      • full-time
      The Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Development Coordinator/Assistant Development Manager is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline;3+ years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Engineering, Property, Economics, Town Planning, or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Development Coordinator/Assistant Development Manager is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline;3+ years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Engineering, Property, Economics, Town Planning, or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$150,000 - AU$160,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad are partnering with a Global Property Firm, who have a large presence in Melbourne with an array of projects covering residential, commercial, retail, & hospitality. Due to a growing portfolio of work they are looking for an experienced Defects/Facilities Manager for a 6-12 month contract. Following this contract there might be potential to move across into other exciting projects within the business.Responsibilities:Accurate recording and regular progressive updates on defect issues and activitiesManage and Maintain Defect Co-ordination to QMS standardMonitoring of any safety regulations and policy protocolManage and oversee defects/maintenance activities to achieve the most productive use of available materials and resources.Inspect progression of all job activities on a regular basis.Oversee project coordination and all departmental documentation.To forecast and oversee coordination of all trades required for re-works and repairs.Ensure that departmental work ethics are maintained to OHS&E standard at all times.Maintain overall quality assurance whilst ensuring building compliance.Maintain professional relationships with relevant contacts and clients.Oversee and manage the day to day events and proceedings.Experience & SkillsMinimum 3 years experience as an Quality Manager, Defects Manager or Project Manager or Facilities ManagerPrevious experience across commercial construction projects Experience liaising with tenants, owners corporations and strata managementExperience of working on Commercial/High rise Residential projects in AustraliaStrong attention for detail and proven communication skillsBenefitsAttractive Salary packageWorking with a high performing teamGreat team cultureCBD office location How to apply:If this sounds like you “APPLY" now or send a copy of your updated resume through to louise.degier@randstad.com.au to arrange a time for a confidential chat. If you are interested in other Facilties positions, please reach out.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are partnering with a Global Property Firm, who have a large presence in Melbourne with an array of projects covering residential, commercial, retail, & hospitality. Due to a growing portfolio of work they are looking for an experienced Defects/Facilities Manager for a 6-12 month contract. Following this contract there might be potential to move across into other exciting projects within the business.Responsibilities:Accurate recording and regular progressive updates on defect issues and activitiesManage and Maintain Defect Co-ordination to QMS standardMonitoring of any safety regulations and policy protocolManage and oversee defects/maintenance activities to achieve the most productive use of available materials and resources.Inspect progression of all job activities on a regular basis.Oversee project coordination and all departmental documentation.To forecast and oversee coordination of all trades required for re-works and repairs.Ensure that departmental work ethics are maintained to OHS&E standard at all times.Maintain overall quality assurance whilst ensuring building compliance.Maintain professional relationships with relevant contacts and clients.Oversee and manage the day to day events and proceedings.Experience & SkillsMinimum 3 years experience as an Quality Manager, Defects Manager or Project Manager or Facilities ManagerPrevious experience across commercial construction projects Experience liaising with tenants, owners corporations and strata managementExperience of working on Commercial/High rise Residential projects in AustraliaStrong attention for detail and proven communication skillsBenefitsAttractive Salary packageWorking with a high performing teamGreat team cultureCBD office location How to apply:If this sounds like you “APPLY" now or send a copy of your updated resume through to louise.degier@randstad.com.au to arrange a time for a confidential chat. If you are interested in other Facilties positions, please reach out.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$210,000 per year
      • full-time
      your new companyAt the forefront of redefining construction delivery whilst pioneering innovation in projects to the highest possible standard, this leading contractor has had a successful track record in Victoria and Nationally working on renowned civil/infrastructure construction projects. With a strong capability and expertise in managing the successful delivery of multimillion dollar projects up to $200mil+ , their infrastructure team has gone strength to strength since its inception with a reputation of being a contractor of choice by many major authorities. Passionate about a sustainable environment, projects and more importantly it’s people, this firm’s vision is to promote a positive and safe workplace with genuine care for peoples career and welfare evident from their high staff retention rate which is one of the best in the industry.your new roleDue to growth and recent project wins, three newly created roles are now open for experienced Senior Project Engineers looking to join an organisation that is passionate about making a positive impact in the industry or experienced Project Engineers ready to progress their careers with a leading contractor.You will be responsible for the safe and efficient management and coordination of major projects and possess leadership skills able to influence and set clear target program objectives for the project team.your key responsibilities includeProject managementEnsuring project profitability is maximized and delivered in accordance with contract requirementsManagement of QA ensuring that projects are delivered with minimal worksBuild strong relationship with stakeholders to capitalise repeat workManage site safety and and environment compliance on the projectyour qualifications/experience As the ideal candidate, you will have relevant construction experience working on civil and infrastructure projects currently employed at Project Engineer level or a Senior Project Engineer. On top of that you will also have:Relevant Bachelor's degree, e.g Civil EngineeringHave a strong understanding of Australian standards and relevant legislations including EBA’s and AwardsExperience on VicRoads/MRPV projects an advantageKnowledge of Expert Estimation and Jobpac an advantage but not essential your offer and staff benefitsWorking with a dedicated and professional team is always a plus but on top of that you will be given:An opportunity to work on multi-million and major projects with career progression opportunities Competitive salary package + carExceptional training and development opportunitiesSocial club and various staff incentivesExcellent staff retention rate and internal culture And many more!your next stepIf you are ready to propel your career forward with this growing and highly reputable contractor and are excited about working on landmark infrastructure projects, please express your interest by applying now with your most updated CV on word document format.Please don’t hesitate to contact Babette on babette.dewit@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion about this vacancy. Alternatively, we also have similar opportunities in civil construction for your consideration.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      your new companyAt the forefront of redefining construction delivery whilst pioneering innovation in projects to the highest possible standard, this leading contractor has had a successful track record in Victoria and Nationally working on renowned civil/infrastructure construction projects. With a strong capability and expertise in managing the successful delivery of multimillion dollar projects up to $200mil+ , their infrastructure team has gone strength to strength since its inception with a reputation of being a contractor of choice by many major authorities. Passionate about a sustainable environment, projects and more importantly it’s people, this firm’s vision is to promote a positive and safe workplace with genuine care for peoples career and welfare evident from their high staff retention rate which is one of the best in the industry.your new roleDue to growth and recent project wins, three newly created roles are now open for experienced Senior Project Engineers looking to join an organisation that is passionate about making a positive impact in the industry or experienced Project Engineers ready to progress their careers with a leading contractor.You will be responsible for the safe and efficient management and coordination of major projects and possess leadership skills able to influence and set clear target program objectives for the project team.your key responsibilities includeProject managementEnsuring project profitability is maximized and delivered in accordance with contract requirementsManagement of QA ensuring that projects are delivered with minimal worksBuild strong relationship with stakeholders to capitalise repeat workManage site safety and and environment compliance on the projectyour qualifications/experience As the ideal candidate, you will have relevant construction experience working on civil and infrastructure projects currently employed at Project Engineer level or a Senior Project Engineer. On top of that you will also have:Relevant Bachelor's degree, e.g Civil EngineeringHave a strong understanding of Australian standards and relevant legislations including EBA’s and AwardsExperience on VicRoads/MRPV projects an advantageKnowledge of Expert Estimation and Jobpac an advantage but not essential your offer and staff benefitsWorking with a dedicated and professional team is always a plus but on top of that you will be given:An opportunity to work on multi-million and major projects with career progression opportunities Competitive salary package + carExceptional training and development opportunitiesSocial club and various staff incentivesExcellent staff retention rate and internal culture And many more!your next stepIf you are ready to propel your career forward with this growing and highly reputable contractor and are excited about working on landmark infrastructure projects, please express your interest by applying now with your most updated CV on word document format.Please don’t hesitate to contact Babette on babette.dewit@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion about this vacancy. Alternatively, we also have similar opportunities in civil construction for your consideration.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Leading Utilities organisation is currently seeking a Security Analyst to join their growing team for a permanent role. This is a diverse role that will look at all aspects of security, including security monitoring / assessments and ensuring security compliance You will also be required to perform the following: This position will be responsible for the following key tasks• Performing a range of systems security related activities including proactive monitoring, reactive support, and documentation of security incidents to support the IT Team and ensure configuration management standards are applied• Monitoring the approach and compliance of security administration processes and security access through assessing metrics and data to identify unauthorised activity and prevent breaches occurring• Generating reports for IT administrators and business managers to evaluate the efficacy of the security policies in place and support continuous improvement security initiatives• Conducting security assessments through vulnerability testing and risk analysis to minimise the risk of security breaches• Analysing security breaches and other security related incidents to identify root causes and ensure systems changes are identified and assessed while escalating potential breaches to the IT Risk & Compliance ManagerMaintaining and updating Internal Cybersecurity systems such as reporting platforms, firewalls and other associated systems – and documentation and polices required • Work with internal and external key stake holders to ensure compliance is maintained with cybersecurity policies• Create, distribute, and manage user awareness training programmes linked to cybersecurity.• Provide input into the risk management programme ensuring that Information technology systems Disaster Recovery plans include elements linked to cybersecurity.• Assume responsibility for the security of critical business systems, networks, and data, and ensures that all security policies and processes are complied with.• Develop and implement security standards, processes and procedures, and guidelines for the enterprise• Ensure and monitor security compliance with industry and government rules and regulations• Coordinate with technology and business groups to assess, implement, and monitor IT-related security risks/hazards• Ensures security compliance and meets all service level agreement requirements• Create an information security awareness program to ensure staff members across the organisation can identify and understand Cybersecurity risks To be successful in this position you will be an experienced Security Analyst who has solid experience in conducting security assessments, monitoring and troubleshooting security issues, and have an awareness of security governance and compliances. Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills are a must Apply Now by using the link or email leonie.woodfine@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.
      Leading Utilities organisation is currently seeking a Security Analyst to join their growing team for a permanent role. This is a diverse role that will look at all aspects of security, including security monitoring / assessments and ensuring security compliance You will also be required to perform the following: This position will be responsible for the following key tasks• Performing a range of systems security related activities including proactive monitoring, reactive support, and documentation of security incidents to support the IT Team and ensure configuration management standards are applied• Monitoring the approach and compliance of security administration processes and security access through assessing metrics and data to identify unauthorised activity and prevent breaches occurring• Generating reports for IT administrators and business managers to evaluate the efficacy of the security policies in place and support continuous improvement security initiatives• Conducting security assessments through vulnerability testing and risk analysis to minimise the risk of security breaches• Analysing security breaches and other security related incidents to identify root causes and ensure systems changes are identified and assessed while escalating potential breaches to the IT Risk & Compliance ManagerMaintaining and updating Internal Cybersecurity systems such as reporting platforms, firewalls and other associated systems – and documentation and polices required • Work with internal and external key stake holders to ensure compliance is maintained with cybersecurity policies• Create, distribute, and manage user awareness training programmes linked to cybersecurity.• Provide input into the risk management programme ensuring that Information technology systems Disaster Recovery plans include elements linked to cybersecurity.• Assume responsibility for the security of critical business systems, networks, and data, and ensures that all security policies and processes are complied with.• Develop and implement security standards, processes and procedures, and guidelines for the enterprise• Ensure and monitor security compliance with industry and government rules and regulations• Coordinate with technology and business groups to assess, implement, and monitor IT-related security risks/hazards• Ensures security compliance and meets all service level agreement requirements• Create an information security awareness program to ensure staff members across the organisation can identify and understand Cybersecurity risks To be successful in this position you will be an experienced Security Analyst who has solid experience in conducting security assessments, monitoring and troubleshooting security issues, and have an awareness of security governance and compliances. Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills are a must Apply Now by using the link or email leonie.woodfine@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our ClientRandstad are delighted to have partnered up with an organisation that are leaders in producing and supplying sustainable energy solutions to households and businesses, supporting communities transition towards a carbon-neutral future. They are looking for a Senior Financial Accountant to join the finance function. About the OpportunityAs the Senior Financial Accountant, you will report directly to the CFO, focusing on Statutory Accounting, Monthly reporting and Managing Audit. Your key deliverables will include but not limited to:Prepare monthly/quarterly forecastPrepare year end statutory accountsLiaise with external auditors for all financial audits and reviewsBusiness Partnering to provide strategic accounting advice, support achieve monthly budgeted resultsConsolidate monthly financial reports for the Group HeadCash flow managementPrepare tax and statutory reporting requirements, including GST, FBT and corporate income tax filings, working with the external Tax teamAssist monthly payroll reconciliations, journalsIdentify and implement process improvementsAd Hoc duties as requiredIdeal ProfileYou will be CA/CPA qualified with 5 years experience in a similar role, coupled with strong technical finance knowledge. Interpersonally, you have excellent time management skills, with the ability to remain calm when faced with challenging deadlines. You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written, and are meticulous in your approach. Demonstrated experience in the energy sector and ASX listed organisations will be looked upon favourably. BenefitsWell established businesscbd location, with flexible working arrangements offeredHigh performing and supportive team culture To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@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 ClientRandstad are delighted to have partnered up with an organisation that are leaders in producing and supplying sustainable energy solutions to households and businesses, supporting communities transition towards a carbon-neutral future. They are looking for a Senior Financial Accountant to join the finance function. About the OpportunityAs the Senior Financial Accountant, you will report directly to the CFO, focusing on Statutory Accounting, Monthly reporting and Managing Audit. Your key deliverables will include but not limited to:Prepare monthly/quarterly forecastPrepare year end statutory accountsLiaise with external auditors for all financial audits and reviewsBusiness Partnering to provide strategic accounting advice, support achieve monthly budgeted resultsConsolidate monthly financial reports for the Group HeadCash flow managementPrepare tax and statutory reporting requirements, including GST, FBT and corporate income tax filings, working with the external Tax teamAssist monthly payroll reconciliations, journalsIdentify and implement process improvementsAd Hoc duties as requiredIdeal ProfileYou will be CA/CPA qualified with 5 years experience in a similar role, coupled with strong technical finance knowledge. Interpersonally, you have excellent time management skills, with the ability to remain calm when faced with challenging deadlines. You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written, and are meticulous in your approach. Demonstrated experience in the energy sector and ASX listed organisations will be looked upon favourably. BenefitsWell established businesscbd location, with flexible working arrangements offeredHigh performing and supportive team culture To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, +super
      • full-time
      Opportunity exists to join this established team in the Risk and Governance space, reporting into the Head of Internal Audit. You will thrive at this asset and credit management leader that offers 50+ years experience in this space with over $10 Billion in Assets Under Management. About the role:Assist in the preparation of a risk based strategic audit planProvide independent and objective assurance over the key business processesDrive the audit process from; leading planning, stakeholder kick-off & status update meetings, drafting and finalisation of reporting and final presentationsLiaise closely with the Risk & Governance Division in understanding operational risk and compliance risks and incorporating them in annual audit planningAssist in the preparation of periodic reporting to the relevant management and board committeesCarry out ad-hoc inspections, investigations, reviews or validations as requested by the management and report on findingsCarry out cyclical reviews as details in the relevant Compliance PlansAbout you:Completed CPA /CA qualifications CIA added advantage Ideally 3+ years experience in the Internal Audit & Risk space within the banking/financial services sectors or open to 1st time Big 4 / Mid Tier movers with internal audit experience across a Financial Services client portfolioExcellent report writing and communication skills allowing the ability to engage confidently with senior stakeholders What is in it for you:Salary circa $130K + superWork from home (3 days office 2 days home per week)Centrally located offices in the heart of Melbourne's CBD offering an easy & comfortable commute Interested? Call Wayne on 0476 101 048 or email your latest CV to wayne.rademeyer@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.
      Opportunity exists to join this established team in the Risk and Governance space, reporting into the Head of Internal Audit. You will thrive at this asset and credit management leader that offers 50+ years experience in this space with over $10 Billion in Assets Under Management. About the role:Assist in the preparation of a risk based strategic audit planProvide independent and objective assurance over the key business processesDrive the audit process from; leading planning, stakeholder kick-off & status update meetings, drafting and finalisation of reporting and final presentationsLiaise closely with the Risk & Governance Division in understanding operational risk and compliance risks and incorporating them in annual audit planningAssist in the preparation of periodic reporting to the relevant management and board committeesCarry out ad-hoc inspections, investigations, reviews or validations as requested by the management and report on findingsCarry out cyclical reviews as details in the relevant Compliance PlansAbout you:Completed CPA /CA qualifications CIA added advantage Ideally 3+ years experience in the Internal Audit & Risk space within the banking/financial services sectors or open to 1st time Big 4 / Mid Tier movers with internal audit experience across a Financial Services client portfolioExcellent report writing and communication skills allowing the ability to engage confidently with senior stakeholders What is in it for you:Salary circa $130K + superWork from home (3 days office 2 days home per week)Centrally located offices in the heart of Melbourne's CBD offering an easy & comfortable commute Interested? Call Wayne on 0476 101 048 or email your latest CV to wayne.rademeyer@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Our client is a highly reputable global property firm, specialising in investment and development, located in the heart of the CBD. They are looking for a high-level Executive Assistant/Project Coordinator, with previous experience in Projects/Facilities/Office Management, and essentially, exposure to the property industry. The successful candidate will jump into the role with confidence and enthusiasm, have great attention to detail, and be entrepreneurial-minded. About the roleThe role is varied, so you will be willing and capable of getting involved in a spectrum of tasks pertaining to project and office administration, to drive the business forward, and support the executive team. Key responsibilitiesProject AdministrationSet up project meetingsManage day-to-day property queriesAnswer queries from Tenants and follow up on any issues raisedCoordinate contractors for repairs and maintenance works required on siteFollow up works and site visits as required (limited)Assist with minor project and fitouts through communication with consultants and external Project ManagersMonitor and manage Project Managers for fitouts scopeAssist in managing Work Health Safety across our dealerships and other sites.Reporting on any compliance topics of propertiesWork closely with landlords, building management and suppliers to resolve issues quickly and efficientlyExecutive AssistanceDiary monitoring when requiredPrepare presentations for internal management teamOffice administration duties (travel management, ordering stationery etc.)Liaising with our IT suppliersMaintain compliance regulations relating to WHSRequired skillsIntermediate to Advanced PowerPoint skills Well-organised individualExcellent communication skillsStrong attention to detailExperience in an Office manager role (preferable)Property company experience (essential, or similar)Understanding of construction projects/design or Property Project Management (essential)Ability to fit in with a professional team, whilst having funDisplays strong common senseBenefitsYour work will be greatly valued and important to the smooth operation of the businessAttractive Salary package, based on your experienceWork with a high-performing, friendly, and close-knit teamHealthy and vibrant culture, with emphasis on work-life balanceHybrid work - 3 days in the office, 2 days at home!Located in the heart of the CBD, 2 minute walk from Southern Cross StationHow to applyIf this sounds like you, “APPLY” now or send an email to mel.basic@randstad.com.au with your CV.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is a highly reputable global property firm, specialising in investment and development, located in the heart of the CBD. They are looking for a high-level Executive Assistant/Project Coordinator, with previous experience in Projects/Facilities/Office Management, and essentially, exposure to the property industry. The successful candidate will jump into the role with confidence and enthusiasm, have great attention to detail, and be entrepreneurial-minded. About the roleThe role is varied, so you will be willing and capable of getting involved in a spectrum of tasks pertaining to project and office administration, to drive the business forward, and support the executive team. Key responsibilitiesProject AdministrationSet up project meetingsManage day-to-day property queriesAnswer queries from Tenants and follow up on any issues raisedCoordinate contractors for repairs and maintenance works required on siteFollow up works and site visits as required (limited)Assist with minor project and fitouts through communication with consultants and external Project ManagersMonitor and manage Project Managers for fitouts scopeAssist in managing Work Health Safety across our dealerships and other sites.Reporting on any compliance topics of propertiesWork closely with landlords, building management and suppliers to resolve issues quickly and efficientlyExecutive AssistanceDiary monitoring when requiredPrepare presentations for internal management teamOffice administration duties (travel management, ordering stationery etc.)Liaising with our IT suppliersMaintain compliance regulations relating to WHSRequired skillsIntermediate to Advanced PowerPoint skills Well-organised individualExcellent communication skillsStrong attention to detailExperience in an Office manager role (preferable)Property company experience (essential, or similar)Understanding of construction projects/design or Property Project Management (essential)Ability to fit in with a professional team, whilst having funDisplays strong common senseBenefitsYour work will be greatly valued and important to the smooth operation of the businessAttractive Salary package, based on your experienceWork with a high-performing, friendly, and close-knit teamHealthy and vibrant culture, with emphasis on work-life balanceHybrid work - 3 days in the office, 2 days at home!Located in the heart of the CBD, 2 minute walk from Southern Cross StationHow to applyIf this sounds like you, “APPLY” now or send an email to mel.basic@randstad.com.au with your CV.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Finance Administration OfficerOur client, a large federal organisation, is looking for 2 experienced finance administration officers on a contract basis.Hourly Rate - Up to $40 p/h Office in the CBD18 month contract (may extend for a further 6) Your new RoleYou will be joining the team to support the procure to pay function, travel and expenses management, finance reconciliations, and assisting the workforce and related queries. There will also be a requirement to support the AP and AR functions.Assist with the procure to pay process by arranging payment of accounts and seeking approval in line with delegations and legislation.Assist with the administration, training, and maintenance of purchasing cards and the Bureau's Travel and Expense Management system (Concur). Provide administrative expertise and advice that supports the Bureau's probity, accountability, and compliance requirements.Assist the business with financial administration queries while managing expectations and identifying stakeholder needs.Assist with domestic and international travel management as required. Desirable to have experience dealing with whole-of-government travel arrangements. What you will need to succeedERP systems experience required (preferably SAP)Microsoft Office toolsExcellent customer service and business partnering skillsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Finance Administration OfficerOur client, a large federal organisation, is looking for 2 experienced finance administration officers on a contract basis.Hourly Rate - Up to $40 p/h Office in the CBD18 month contract (may extend for a further 6) Your new RoleYou will be joining the team to support the procure to pay function, travel and expenses management, finance reconciliations, and assisting the workforce and related queries. There will also be a requirement to support the AP and AR functions.Assist with the procure to pay process by arranging payment of accounts and seeking approval in line with delegations and legislation.Assist with the administration, training, and maintenance of purchasing cards and the Bureau's Travel and Expense Management system (Concur). Provide administrative expertise and advice that supports the Bureau's probity, accountability, and compliance requirements.Assist the business with financial administration queries while managing expectations and identifying stakeholder needs.Assist with domestic and international travel management as required. Desirable to have experience dealing with whole-of-government travel arrangements. What you will need to succeedERP systems experience required (preferably SAP)Microsoft Office toolsExcellent customer service and business partnering skillsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$85,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our ClientRandstad are delighted to have partnered up with an ASX listed organisation that are committed to providing services to industries such as healthcare, supply chain, defence and aviation. As the organisation continues to embark on a growth trajectory, they are looking for an Accountant to join the dedicated team in a newly created role.About the OpportunityAs the Accountant, you will be be able to grow your existing knowledge and skill-set while reporting directly to the Financial Controller. Your responsibilities will include:Leading month end close and process, delivering month end reportingPrepare monthly balance sheet reconciliationsProviding timely and accurate monthly management reportsPrepare the half year and financial year end reportsPreparation of monthly board presentationsManage the Accounts Receivable & Accounts Payable functionsRecommendations on process improvements opportunities within finance and wider organisationAssist the preparation of year-end annual financial statementsAssist external auditors in the half year and year end audit processAd hoc duties as required Ideal ProfileCA/CPA qualified or working towards, with 3 years industry experience.You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written, along with an adaptive and flexible mindset.Demonstrated passion to grow and immerse into the organisation, becoming the 2IC to the Financial ControllerExperience with Microsoft Dynamics essentialPrevious experience with an ASX listed company will be looked upon favourably BenefitsJoin a growing businessSouth Eastern location, with on-site parkingHigh performing and supportive team cultureTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@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.
      Our ClientRandstad are delighted to have partnered up with an ASX listed organisation that are committed to providing services to industries such as healthcare, supply chain, defence and aviation. As the organisation continues to embark on a growth trajectory, they are looking for an Accountant to join the dedicated team in a newly created role.About the OpportunityAs the Accountant, you will be be able to grow your existing knowledge and skill-set while reporting directly to the Financial Controller. Your responsibilities will include:Leading month end close and process, delivering month end reportingPrepare monthly balance sheet reconciliationsProviding timely and accurate monthly management reportsPrepare the half year and financial year end reportsPreparation of monthly board presentationsManage the Accounts Receivable & Accounts Payable functionsRecommendations on process improvements opportunities within finance and wider organisationAssist the preparation of year-end annual financial statementsAssist external auditors in the half year and year end audit processAd hoc duties as required Ideal ProfileCA/CPA qualified or working towards, with 3 years industry experience.You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written, along with an adaptive and flexible mindset.Demonstrated passion to grow and immerse into the organisation, becoming the 2IC to the Financial ControllerExperience with Microsoft Dynamics essentialPrevious experience with an ASX listed company will be looked upon favourably BenefitsJoin a growing businessSouth Eastern location, with on-site parkingHigh performing and supportive team cultureTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Senior Accountant- Local Government Are you looking to take on a new challenge in the Government sector? If job security, flexibility and company reputation are important to you, then this role is the right move.Randstad have teamed up with various local councils in Melbourne’s South East suburbs to recruit across the accounting/ finance temporary and permanent space.One of the many benefits of working in local council is work life balance. This organization prides themselves on their policies which mean that you can work from home 2-3 days a week if desired. Your new roleDuties include:Provide a dedicated interface between the finance unit and other business units in matters related to general ledger, budgets and performance reporting.Liaise with managers and co-ordinators in their monthly and periodic review of financial performance and ensure that the variance comments between YTD actual and budget are accurately recorded and updated on a regular basis.Prepare monthly and period performance reporting package with variance comments for both operating and capital expenses, for review by Co-ordinator Accounting Services.Assist the Co-ordinator Accounting Services in the coordination of annual budget, quarterly forecasts, labour budgets, carry forward expenditure and long-term strategic resource planning Tasks.Drive strategic process improvements to enhance the effectiveness of financial controls and the efficiency of processes through updates to systems, reporting, guidelines and templates.Working collaboratively, lead delivery of timely and accurate financial reporting and cash flow forecasting requirements.Manage financial activities in accordance with statutory reporting, and State and Commonwealth tax compliance requirements.Attribute requirements:Strong judgment and decision making skills. Co-ordination and completion of tasks relating to solving problems in a practical and technical sense, whilst developing options within the constraints of authorised practices.Apply personal judgement on specialised issues and make decisions on current developments, which are in line with recognised accounting practices.Specialist accounting skills and knowledge A clear knowledge and understanding of the relevant accounting standards and Regulations, especially AAS27 and IFRS requirements as they affect the reporting of Local Government entity.Adept bank reconciliation skills.Sound knowledge of the operations of an integrated corporate finance system with hands-on experience in general Ledger, accounts receivables, receipting and other finance modules.Carry out financial analysis and report on variance to budget and also critically evaluate variance explanations provided by managers and coordinators, for relevance and consistency.Your new companyWorking for local council is a rewarding yet stable career path. Entering into the local council space means you will be offered strong career progression with the opportunity to move both laterally and vertically throughout your time in the council. Who doesn’t want to be working on their doorstep without the hassle of commuting to the CBD?ApplyIf you are interested in a career in Local Government, and live in the South East suburbs, press the apply button or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@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.
      Senior Accountant- Local Government Are you looking to take on a new challenge in the Government sector? If job security, flexibility and company reputation are important to you, then this role is the right move.Randstad have teamed up with various local councils in Melbourne’s South East suburbs to recruit across the accounting/ finance temporary and permanent space.One of the many benefits of working in local council is work life balance. This organization prides themselves on their policies which mean that you can work from home 2-3 days a week if desired. Your new roleDuties include:Provide a dedicated interface between the finance unit and other business units in matters related to general ledger, budgets and performance reporting.Liaise with managers and co-ordinators in their monthly and periodic review of financial performance and ensure that the variance comments between YTD actual and budget are accurately recorded and updated on a regular basis.Prepare monthly and period performance reporting package with variance comments for both operating and capital expenses, for review by Co-ordinator Accounting Services.Assist the Co-ordinator Accounting Services in the coordination of annual budget, quarterly forecasts, labour budgets, carry forward expenditure and long-term strategic resource planning Tasks.Drive strategic process improvements to enhance the effectiveness of financial controls and the efficiency of processes through updates to systems, reporting, guidelines and templates.Working collaboratively, lead delivery of timely and accurate financial reporting and cash flow forecasting requirements.Manage financial activities in accordance with statutory reporting, and State and Commonwealth tax compliance requirements.Attribute requirements:Strong judgment and decision making skills. Co-ordination and completion of tasks relating to solving problems in a practical and technical sense, whilst developing options within the constraints of authorised practices.Apply personal judgement on specialised issues and make decisions on current developments, which are in line with recognised accounting practices.Specialist accounting skills and knowledge A clear knowledge and understanding of the relevant accounting standards and Regulations, especially AAS27 and IFRS requirements as they affect the reporting of Local Government entity.Adept bank reconciliation skills.Sound knowledge of the operations of an integrated corporate finance system with hands-on experience in general Ledger, accounts receivables, receipting and other finance modules.Carry out financial analysis and report on variance to budget and also critically evaluate variance explanations provided by managers and coordinators, for relevance and consistency.Your new companyWorking for local council is a rewarding yet stable career path. Entering into the local council space means you will be offered strong career progression with the opportunity to move both laterally and vertically throughout your time in the council. Who doesn’t want to be working on their doorstep without the hassle of commuting to the CBD?ApplyIf you are interested in a career in Local Government, and live in the South East suburbs, press the apply button or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, +bonus
      • full-time
      Your new companyRandstad is excited to partner exclusively with an international leader in supply chain solutions. Operating for 80 years, our client develops and delivers high-quality, innovative services and products across manufacturing and retail supply chains. They have opened new offices in Mulgrave and are now seeking a high calibre Financial Accountant to join their team. About your new rolePreparation of Fixed Assets balance sheet reconciliations and analysis of monthly variancesPreparation of month end processAssist in preparation of annual budgetsLiaise with external auditors during audit processPreparation of monthly capital expenditure reports & stock reconciliationComplete yearly FBT return for Australia and review business compliance on an ongoing basisProactively recommend system improvements and contribute to system upgrades of the Fixed Assets RegisterAssist Finance Team with various ad hoc accounting tasks and requestsWhat you need to succeedWe are looking for a motivated and goal-setting candidate who is eager to grow their knowledge, and is passionate about delivering results to stakeholders in an accurate manner. You will be delivering objectives and owning responsibility for all aspects of Australian financial reporting on a monthly basis.Position RequirementsCPA/CA Qualified or equivalentStrong drive and determination to exceed personal expectationsExcellent attention to detail and organisational skillsAble to work in an unsupervised environment along with organise and prioritise tasks Benefits$90,000 - $100,000 plus bonus plus 12% superannuationNew Mulgrave officeWorking from home flexibleNext stepsTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Omar Pichardo Espinoza on 0491 456 911 or email omar.pichardo@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 new companyRandstad is excited to partner exclusively with an international leader in supply chain solutions. Operating for 80 years, our client develops and delivers high-quality, innovative services and products across manufacturing and retail supply chains. They have opened new offices in Mulgrave and are now seeking a high calibre Financial Accountant to join their team. About your new rolePreparation of Fixed Assets balance sheet reconciliations and analysis of monthly variancesPreparation of month end processAssist in preparation of annual budgetsLiaise with external auditors during audit processPreparation of monthly capital expenditure reports & stock reconciliationComplete yearly FBT return for Australia and review business compliance on an ongoing basisProactively recommend system improvements and contribute to system upgrades of the Fixed Assets RegisterAssist Finance Team with various ad hoc accounting tasks and requestsWhat you need to succeedWe are looking for a motivated and goal-setting candidate who is eager to grow their knowledge, and is passionate about delivering results to stakeholders in an accurate manner. You will be delivering objectives and owning responsibility for all aspects of Australian financial reporting on a monthly basis.Position RequirementsCPA/CA Qualified or equivalentStrong drive and determination to exceed personal expectationsExcellent attention to detail and organisational skillsAble to work in an unsupervised environment along with organise and prioritise tasks Benefits$90,000 - $100,000 plus bonus plus 12% superannuationNew Mulgrave officeWorking from home flexibleNext stepsTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Omar Pichardo Espinoza on 0491 456 911 or email omar.pichardo@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$140,000, per year, + super
      • full-time
      A Clinical Care Manager Position is open in a beautiful Aged Care Residence located in Clayton, within the inner suburbs of Melbourne where you will lead a team of 12 Registered Nurses and oversee service delivery of 40-50 residents. This opportunity is for an immediate start! Benefits:Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesFlexible working shifts and arrangementsRelocation and accommodation assistance availableInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Current AHPRA is essentialBachelor of Nursing or Equivalent is essentialPost grad qualification in aged care highly regardedExperience managing a minimum of 30 bedsProven track record in delivering quality clinical care within an aged care or acute settingExcellent clinical assessment skills and care planning capabilitiesHighly effective communication, leadership and relationship management skillsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au to organise a confidential chat.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      A Clinical Care Manager Position is open in a beautiful Aged Care Residence located in Clayton, within the inner suburbs of Melbourne where you will lead a team of 12 Registered Nurses and oversee service delivery of 40-50 residents. This opportunity is for an immediate start! Benefits:Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesFlexible working shifts and arrangementsRelocation and accommodation assistance availableInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Current AHPRA is essentialBachelor of Nursing or Equivalent is essentialPost grad qualification in aged care highly regardedExperience managing a minimum of 30 bedsProven track record in delivering quality clinical care within an aged care or acute settingExcellent clinical assessment skills and care planning capabilitiesHighly effective communication, leadership and relationship management skillsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au to organise a confidential chat.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$34.60 - AU$34.60, per hour, plus super
      • full-time
      Join a State Government entity on a 3 months contract and grow your customer service skills by providing information, advice and support to customers in relation to Gaming and Liquor licensing and regulations. Key accountabilities:First point of contact for customers handling inbound callsIssue written correspondences and provide accurate information to emails queriesResponding to customer needs in a professional and timely mannerAchieve a high level of customer satisfaction through first contact resolutionMeeting deadlines, required outcomes and performance expectations Ensure the integrity, protection and compliance of information and customer data Key selection criterias:Previous call centre or customer service experience Excellent communication skills, verbal and writtenStrong attention to details and understanding of data privacy and securityAbility to work with KPIsSuccessful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.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.
      Join a State Government entity on a 3 months contract and grow your customer service skills by providing information, advice and support to customers in relation to Gaming and Liquor licensing and regulations. Key accountabilities:First point of contact for customers handling inbound callsIssue written correspondences and provide accurate information to emails queriesResponding to customer needs in a professional and timely mannerAchieve a high level of customer satisfaction through first contact resolutionMeeting deadlines, required outcomes and performance expectations Ensure the integrity, protection and compliance of information and customer data Key selection criterias:Previous call centre or customer service experience Excellent communication skills, verbal and writtenStrong attention to details and understanding of data privacy and securityAbility to work with KPIsSuccessful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$31.75 - AU$31.75, per hour, plus super, w-e penalty rates
      • part-time
      Join a State Government entity on a casual after hours basis (5pm to 9pm, 2 to 3 days per week) for a 3 months + contract and grow your customer service skills by tracing and recording close contact to Covid Positive cases from ESTA internal staff. Key accountabilities:Follow ESTA’s documented contact tracing process, ensuring accuracy of information obtainedand recorded, in line with relevant government compliance requirements.Interview internal stakeholders to capture and document required details and inform process,providing written responses where appropriate and communication with impacted stakeholders.Contribute to reporting internally and externally for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing andvaccination status.Build relationships and engage with internal SME’s, including the Senior Advisor – Health &Safety, Workplace Relations, EMEC’s, Health of Emergency Management Services to confirmdirections on compliance requirements and escalate appropriate information. Key selection criterias:Demonstrable experience following and documenting detailed processes and information with ahigh level of attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication, including active listening and emotional intelligence.Strong stakeholder engagements skills and ability to pivot to changing demands.Successful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.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.
      Join a State Government entity on a casual after hours basis (5pm to 9pm, 2 to 3 days per week) for a 3 months + contract and grow your customer service skills by tracing and recording close contact to Covid Positive cases from ESTA internal staff. Key accountabilities:Follow ESTA’s documented contact tracing process, ensuring accuracy of information obtainedand recorded, in line with relevant government compliance requirements.Interview internal stakeholders to capture and document required details and inform process,providing written responses where appropriate and communication with impacted stakeholders.Contribute to reporting internally and externally for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing andvaccination status.Build relationships and engage with internal SME’s, including the Senior Advisor – Health &Safety, Workplace Relations, EMEC’s, Health of Emergency Management Services to confirmdirections on compliance requirements and escalate appropriate information. Key selection criterias:Demonstrable experience following and documenting detailed processes and information with ahigh level of attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication, including active listening and emotional intelligence.Strong stakeholder engagements skills and ability to pivot to changing demands.Successful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$130,000, per year, attractive package
      • full-time
      Exclusive roles just in!! Our valued client, SCT Logistics established in 1974 is today recognised as Australia’s most efficient and independent freight service. Continuing to rapidly grow, the company is a national, multi-modal transport & logistics company.SCT’s successful growth is in part through adopting a collaborative and inclusive culture. Understanding that our values; safety, service, quality and sustainability enable us to better attract top talent and innovate successfully.SCT Logistics are looking for Locomotive Drivers, Shunters and Crew Chiefs to join their Western Australia Team as they continue to flourish and dominate the West Coast Region.Whats on OfferWorking for a Top Tier Organisation within the Transport & Logistics SectorHighly attractive remuneration packagesCareer Development & Progression OpportunitiesWith development we offer role promotions to expand our teams, areas include ability and skill to work the ground as Driver Crew ChiefWhat you NeedMinimum 2 year's experience working in rail operations.Be open to relocating to WA Shunting & Train Driving Qualifications.Good interpersonal and communication skillsCurrent Track Access Permit (TAP)Valid C Class Driver’s LicencePromote and Demonstrate Safety Awareness and Compliance to Rail Industry RegulationsWhat you will be DoingEnsuring safe and efficient Locomotive operations and working as part of a team to ensure timely delivery of rolling stock to both our internal and external customersPerform assigned duties in accordance with SCT Rail’s policies and work instructionCommitment to safety in the workplaceAbility to lead, coach and mentor our team members to continually improve performanceEnsure compliance with company OHS best practice and state & federal legislationPerform to a strong customer focus orientationWork in a small team environment The SCT Group is an equal opportunity employer.Short listed candidates will only be contacted. We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings prior to the stated closing date.Secure your permanent role before the end of the financial year rush! If any of these positions interests you, please APPLY NOW! Don't delay interviews happening this week!To apply, please click on "Apply for this job" or email your resume to sarah.corbett@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.
      Exclusive roles just in!! Our valued client, SCT Logistics established in 1974 is today recognised as Australia’s most efficient and independent freight service. Continuing to rapidly grow, the company is a national, multi-modal transport & logistics company.SCT’s successful growth is in part through adopting a collaborative and inclusive culture. Understanding that our values; safety, service, quality and sustainability enable us to better attract top talent and innovate successfully.SCT Logistics are looking for Locomotive Drivers, Shunters and Crew Chiefs to join their Western Australia Team as they continue to flourish and dominate the West Coast Region.Whats on OfferWorking for a Top Tier Organisation within the Transport & Logistics SectorHighly attractive remuneration packagesCareer Development & Progression OpportunitiesWith development we offer role promotions to expand our teams, areas include ability and skill to work the ground as Driver Crew ChiefWhat you NeedMinimum 2 year's experience working in rail operations.Be open to relocating to WA Shunting & Train Driving Qualifications.Good interpersonal and communication skillsCurrent Track Access Permit (TAP)Valid C Class Driver’s LicencePromote and Demonstrate Safety Awareness and Compliance to Rail Industry RegulationsWhat you will be DoingEnsuring safe and efficient Locomotive operations and working as part of a team to ensure timely delivery of rolling stock to both our internal and external customersPerform assigned duties in accordance with SCT Rail’s policies and work instructionCommitment to safety in the workplaceAbility to lead, coach and mentor our team members to continually improve performanceEnsure compliance with company OHS best practice and state & federal legislationPerform to a strong customer focus orientationWork in a small team environment The SCT Group is an equal opportunity employer.Short listed candidates will only be contacted. We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings prior to the stated closing date.Secure your permanent role before the end of the financial year rush! If any of these positions interests you, please APPLY NOW! Don't delay interviews happening this week!To apply, please click on "Apply for this job" or email your resume to sarah.corbett@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, + super + bonuses
      • full-time
      A Clinical Care Manager is needed for several modern Aged-Care Residences located within Melbourne's Metropolitan Regions! Come join a market leader in Aged Care where you will be apart of warm and welcoming team, overseeing between 84 - 155 beds depending on the location of the residence of your choice!Benefits:Generous salary and benefits on offer Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Experience managing a minimum of 30 bedsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 to have a confidential chat.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      A Clinical Care Manager is needed for several modern Aged-Care Residences located within Melbourne's Metropolitan Regions! Come join a market leader in Aged Care where you will be apart of warm and welcoming team, overseeing between 84 - 155 beds depending on the location of the residence of your choice!Benefits:Generous salary and benefits on offer Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Experience managing a minimum of 30 bedsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 to have a confidential chat.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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