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    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • permanent
    • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000 per year
    • full-time
    Randstad are working with a large Canberra based company with an upstanding and long held reputation in ACT, to find their next Events Coordinator. Our client, your new employer, has been a popular venue for a diverse array of events for over 40 years. With a large, repeat client base and continuing growth and expansion, this is your opportunity to put your event management skills into overdrive.What you will be doing in your new role:Preparation and facilitation of small to large scale events, including marketing and budgeting\costingsManagement of events including preparation, during and post event analysis, communications and reportingStakeholder engagement and attractionWhat you will bring to the role:Minimum 2 years in the same or similar Hospitality\BD\Events positionForward thinking, confidence and resilienceRoster flexibility and availability on nights and weekendsDesire and ability to represent and drive a well established and successful events team, who are seeing continued growthWhat you will get in return:Excellent remuneration (based on experience)A highly supportive and dedicated team environmentAn opportunity to grow and excel as part of a proud company that celebrities community This opportunity is now open for applications for the first time in over 30 years. Your new employer has a reputation of taking care of the team, which is demonstrated by the number of personnel boasting decades of commitment to them. You will be a part of the team organising events from social and community gatherings, wine dinners, weddings, fight nights, music\arts performances and more. If this sounds like the next step in your events managements career, apply now or speak with Paul at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or on (02) 6132 3828At 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 working with a large Canberra based company with an upstanding and long held reputation in ACT, to find their next Events Coordinator. Our client, your new employer, has been a popular venue for a diverse array of events for over 40 years. With a large, repeat client base and continuing growth and expansion, this is your opportunity to put your event management skills into overdrive.What you will be doing in your new role:Preparation and facilitation of small to large scale events, including marketing and budgeting\costingsManagement of events including preparation, during and post event analysis, communications and reportingStakeholder engagement and attractionWhat you will bring to the role:Minimum 2 years in the same or similar Hospitality\BD\Events positionForward thinking, confidence and resilienceRoster flexibility and availability on nights and weekendsDesire and ability to represent and drive a well established and successful events team, who are seeing continued growthWhat you will get in return:Excellent remuneration (based on experience)A highly supportive and dedicated team environmentAn opportunity to grow and excel as part of a proud company that celebrities community This opportunity is now open for applications for the first time in over 30 years. Your new employer has a reputation of taking care of the team, which is demonstrated by the number of personnel boasting decades of commitment to them. You will be a part of the team organising events from social and community gatherings, wine dinners, weddings, fight nights, music\arts performances and more. If this sounds like the next step in your events managements career, apply now or speak with Paul at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or on (02) 6132 3828At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • permanent
    • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000, per year, + superannuation
    • full-time
    Facilities roleMy client is seeking a full time Facilities coordinator and caretaker to join their team.The Facilities Manager will assist the Facilities Manager in undertaking property facilities activities, procurement and other general maintenance. For this role you will need to ensure that the buildings and surroundings are rubbish and waste free, guaranteeing all sites are always presented at their best. This will include the use of cleaning equipment when required. Core responsibilities:The Facilities Officer will attend to minor maintenance works (within their skill level) as requested by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Team Leader.Communicate effectively with external contractors to arrange minor works as required, including supervising maintenance contractors that have been engaged.The Facilities Officer will be required to backup and perform the duties of or assist in all areas of the Facilities Maintenance team when required during periods of absence, leave or when workload dictates as directed by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Executive Team.Assisting customers and tenants with daily customer service through face to face interaction in the office or through email, intercom and telephone professionally and respectfully.Understand the commercial aspects of the business and the impact on decision making. This may mean attending regular meetings with other internal stakeholders to understand the operational, leasing and revenue drivers.Key Skills:Demonstrated ability to prioritise work within tight operational and financial deadlinesGood interpersonal skills to operate as a pro-active member of a small core team Positive approach to meeting clients’ needs Effective writing and computer skills using Microsoft Word and Excel Financial analysis skills.You Will Need:Demonstrate leadership skills;Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in similar role;Previous maintenance experience (minor);Driver’s license;Truck license desirable but not essential;Chemical Certificate (desirable);Industrial White Card; andAsbestos Awareness Certificate (desirable).In return you will receive:Career development within a key organisationFantastic salary and benefitsCentral locationIf you’re interested in the role above hit APPLY NOW. Alternatively contact Jasmine sitoou on 6132 3840 or email Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.au Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Facilities roleMy client is seeking a full time Facilities coordinator and caretaker to join their team.The Facilities Manager will assist the Facilities Manager in undertaking property facilities activities, procurement and other general maintenance. For this role you will need to ensure that the buildings and surroundings are rubbish and waste free, guaranteeing all sites are always presented at their best. This will include the use of cleaning equipment when required. Core responsibilities:The Facilities Officer will attend to minor maintenance works (within their skill level) as requested by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Team Leader.Communicate effectively with external contractors to arrange minor works as required, including supervising maintenance contractors that have been engaged.The Facilities Officer will be required to backup and perform the duties of or assist in all areas of the Facilities Maintenance team when required during periods of absence, leave or when workload dictates as directed by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Executive Team.Assisting customers and tenants with daily customer service through face to face interaction in the office or through email, intercom and telephone professionally and respectfully.Understand the commercial aspects of the business and the impact on decision making. This may mean attending regular meetings with other internal stakeholders to understand the operational, leasing and revenue drivers.Key Skills:Demonstrated ability to prioritise work within tight operational and financial deadlinesGood interpersonal skills to operate as a pro-active member of a small core team Positive approach to meeting clients’ needs Effective writing and computer skills using Microsoft Word and Excel Financial analysis skills.You Will Need:Demonstrate leadership skills;Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in similar role;Previous maintenance experience (minor);Driver’s license;Truck license desirable but not essential;Chemical Certificate (desirable);Industrial White Card; andAsbestos Awareness Certificate (desirable).In return you will receive:Career development within a key organisationFantastic salary and benefitsCentral locationIf you’re interested in the role above hit APPLY NOW. Alternatively contact Jasmine sitoou on 6132 3840 or email Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.au Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • permanent
    • AU$150,000 - AU$180,000, per year, Package
    • full-time
    Salary $150,000 + super (negotiable) Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth OpportunitiesMUST BE A CITIZEN Are you a well versed Safety advisor looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced safety coordinator to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the safety management, advice, monitoring and reporting in the workplace, and engage staff in programs that ensure safe practice in the workplace.Position Key Responsibilities:You will be responsible for Preparing and / or review project safety documentation, including, Site Safety Plan, Project Environmental Plan, Site Induction, Site Risk Assessment SWMS – in accordance with relevant acts and regulations, Carry out site safety inspections as per company WHS&R plan and relevant Acts & Regulations.Your Duties will include:Monitor all employees and subcontractor compliance with approved SWMS.Report identified hazards to site foreman and initiate corrective actions.Carry out inspections of plants and equipment for safety and noise levels.Quarantine and signpost or tag unsafe areas, materials and Plant & Equipment.Maintain and supply current safety forms.Maintain qualification as a first aid officer.Consult with the WHS Manager and System Manager.Coordinate First Aid Kit replenishing.Assist or carry out site inspections of plant and equipment for safety and noise levels.Prepare and maintain a library of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).Ensure all necessary company and site facilities for first aid, firefighting, etc are adequate and available.Staying updated with the latest information regarding safety procedures, and they are requiredto attend training programs.Provide advice and information to foreman regarding specific safety requirements.Assist in and /or investigate and report all incidents, injuries and near misses on site.Arrange and coordinate immunisations and health checks.Carry out internal system audits as directed.Keep lifting gear registers and arrange required inspections.Organize employee training with Registered Training Organizations (RTO).Other duties as reasonably directed.Qualifications:Minimum Certificate IV Work Health and SafetyValid competency certificatesFirst Aid3 + years demonstrated experience working with in safety with in your most recent rolesIf you think this role may apply to you please call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 Click APPLY NOW or you can send your updated resume directly toJasmine.sitoou@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.
    Salary $150,000 + super (negotiable) Multi-Disciplinary Construction Local Canberra Business Growth OpportunitiesMUST BE A CITIZEN Are you a well versed Safety advisor looking for a new challenge in the construction industry? We are looking for an experienced safety coordinator to join a local business within Canberra for assisting with the safety management, advice, monitoring and reporting in the workplace, and engage staff in programs that ensure safe practice in the workplace.Position Key Responsibilities:You will be responsible for Preparing and / or review project safety documentation, including, Site Safety Plan, Project Environmental Plan, Site Induction, Site Risk Assessment SWMS – in accordance with relevant acts and regulations, Carry out site safety inspections as per company WHS&R plan and relevant Acts & Regulations.Your Duties will include:Monitor all employees and subcontractor compliance with approved SWMS.Report identified hazards to site foreman and initiate corrective actions.Carry out inspections of plants and equipment for safety and noise levels.Quarantine and signpost or tag unsafe areas, materials and Plant & Equipment.Maintain and supply current safety forms.Maintain qualification as a first aid officer.Consult with the WHS Manager and System Manager.Coordinate First Aid Kit replenishing.Assist or carry out site inspections of plant and equipment for safety and noise levels.Prepare and maintain a library of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).Ensure all necessary company and site facilities for first aid, firefighting, etc are adequate and available.Staying updated with the latest information regarding safety procedures, and they are requiredto attend training programs.Provide advice and information to foreman regarding specific safety requirements.Assist in and /or investigate and report all incidents, injuries and near misses on site.Arrange and coordinate immunisations and health checks.Carry out internal system audits as directed.Keep lifting gear registers and arrange required inspections.Organize employee training with Registered Training Organizations (RTO).Other duties as reasonably directed.Qualifications:Minimum Certificate IV Work Health and SafetyValid competency certificatesFirst Aid3 + years demonstrated experience working with in safety with in your most recent rolesIf you think this role may apply to you please call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 Click APPLY NOW or you can send your updated resume directly toJasmine.sitoou@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.

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