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        • penrith, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$41.64 - AU$41.64, per hour, Super
        • full-time
        Your new role:Monitoring, analysing and manipulating data to identify issues and trends.Identify, analyse and make recommendations regarding problems associated with home and living supports.Use evidence and information to determine nature and extent of issues, and likely causal factors.Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to resolve moderately complex enquiries.Maintain accurate and detailed records, and work with a variety of IT systems.Utilise Excel to calculate figures using multiple criteria and review financial documentation.Contribute to systems and team practices, process improvements and any other areas for improvement.Your profile will demonstrate:Understanding or knowledge of the NDIS is highly desirableIntermediate Excel skills Australian citizenshipValid Driver Licence and willingness to visit sites within Sydney (fleet vehicles provided; no overnight travel is required)Benefits:Full time 12 month contractPotential for contract extension Join a large organisation with growth opportunitiesIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within with your most recent resume (in Word Document format).*Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks. **Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.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 role:Monitoring, analysing and manipulating data to identify issues and trends.Identify, analyse and make recommendations regarding problems associated with home and living supports.Use evidence and information to determine nature and extent of issues, and likely causal factors.Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to resolve moderately complex enquiries.Maintain accurate and detailed records, and work with a variety of IT systems.Utilise Excel to calculate figures using multiple criteria and review financial documentation.Contribute to systems and team practices, process improvements and any other areas for improvement.Your profile will demonstrate:Understanding or knowledge of the NDIS is highly desirableIntermediate Excel skills Australian citizenshipValid Driver Licence and willingness to visit sites within Sydney (fleet vehicles provided; no overnight travel is required)Benefits:Full time 12 month contractPotential for contract extension Join a large organisation with growth opportunitiesIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within with your most recent resume (in Word Document format).*Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks. **Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • contract
        • full-time
        I am currently working with my client in the Federal Government to source an APS4/5 Procurement and Administration officer who joins and assists the ICT Procurement and Financial Management team. This is a rewarding opportunity and helps you build up your experience within the Federal Government.About the role : The ICT Procurement and Financial Management Team facilitates ICT procurement processes (Software, Hardware, ICT Services and ICT Contractors) on behalf of the business areas within the department and client agencies. The Specified Personnel will be required to liaise with internal and external stakeholders to provide high-level service and deliver business requirements within tight timeframes.Key duties include, but not limited to:Assisting in the delivery of specialist ICT procurement to meet business requirements;Assisting departmental Procurement Officials with administrative tasks;Responding to general queries relating to ICT procurement;Establishing and maintaining productive working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders;Monitoring the progress of procurement requests to ensure timely service delivery; andData entry, Archiving, filing paperwork and publishing opportunitiesCustomer service/ answers phones / email queriesPrepare / draft correspondenceMaintain administrative support systemsDrafting and issuing work ordersProvide procurement advice to stakeholdersMaintain Procurement administrative duties as requiredAssist delegates with financial approvalsCreate and amend purchase ordersDocument control (publishing, sending update reminders etc)Goods receipting and processing/reconciling invoicesSkills and Experience An ideal candidate will have:Demonstrated research and analytical skills, with the ability to provide sound advice on arange of moderately complex issuesAn understanding of financial and HR systems and processesExposure to SAP will be highly advantageousMaintain organisation system for contracts, including processing of contract payments and variationsConfidently communicate verbally and in writing, in a clear, concise and articulate mannerWork flexibly to plan, organise and prioritise a demanding workload and a willingness to step in to assist team members as the need arisesBe well versed in the Microsoft Office Word, Excel, OutlookWell-developed time management and planning skills, with the ability to prioritise effectively and work to deadlinesThe requirements : You must be Australian CitizenIdeally have valid baseline security clearance or be able to go through the process of Baseline Security Clearance ( at your cost)Your benefits packageOpportunity to work for a federal government departmentInteresting, varied and challenging workSupportive team environment with an inclusive cultureGreat opportunity for contract extension option 6 months + 6 monthsCanberra location work placeBeing a contractor with Randstad gives you access to some great benefits.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppOngoing coaching and support from our team of consultants Next Step :If you consider yourself fit for this position, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in 3 pages in Microsoft Word format including detail of two 2 referees ( .doc or .docx ) or if you would like to know more about this role, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        I am currently working with my client in the Federal Government to source an APS4/5 Procurement and Administration officer who joins and assists the ICT Procurement and Financial Management team. This is a rewarding opportunity and helps you build up your experience within the Federal Government.About the role : The ICT Procurement and Financial Management Team facilitates ICT procurement processes (Software, Hardware, ICT Services and ICT Contractors) on behalf of the business areas within the department and client agencies. The Specified Personnel will be required to liaise with internal and external stakeholders to provide high-level service and deliver business requirements within tight timeframes.Key duties include, but not limited to:Assisting in the delivery of specialist ICT procurement to meet business requirements;Assisting departmental Procurement Officials with administrative tasks;Responding to general queries relating to ICT procurement;Establishing and maintaining productive working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders;Monitoring the progress of procurement requests to ensure timely service delivery; andData entry, Archiving, filing paperwork and publishing opportunitiesCustomer service/ answers phones / email queriesPrepare / draft correspondenceMaintain administrative support systemsDrafting and issuing work ordersProvide procurement advice to stakeholdersMaintain Procurement administrative duties as requiredAssist delegates with financial approvalsCreate and amend purchase ordersDocument control (publishing, sending update reminders etc)Goods receipting and processing/reconciling invoicesSkills and Experience An ideal candidate will have:Demonstrated research and analytical skills, with the ability to provide sound advice on arange of moderately complex issuesAn understanding of financial and HR systems and processesExposure to SAP will be highly advantageousMaintain organisation system for contracts, including processing of contract payments and variationsConfidently communicate verbally and in writing, in a clear, concise and articulate mannerWork flexibly to plan, organise and prioritise a demanding workload and a willingness to step in to assist team members as the need arisesBe well versed in the Microsoft Office Word, Excel, OutlookWell-developed time management and planning skills, with the ability to prioritise effectively and work to deadlinesThe requirements : You must be Australian CitizenIdeally have valid baseline security clearance or be able to go through the process of Baseline Security Clearance ( at your cost)Your benefits packageOpportunity to work for a federal government departmentInteresting, varied and challenging workSupportive team environment with an inclusive cultureGreat opportunity for contract extension option 6 months + 6 monthsCanberra location work placeBeing a contractor with Randstad gives you access to some great benefits.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppOngoing coaching and support from our team of consultants Next Step :If you consider yourself fit for this position, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in 3 pages in Microsoft Word format including detail of two 2 referees ( .doc or .docx ) or if you would like to know more about this role, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • east maitland, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$41.00 - AU$66.00, per hour, superannuation
        • full-time
        Maitland locationState Government department Attractive hourly rates + superThe RoleRandstad is currently sourcing 2 x roles with a State Government department based in Maitland for a full-time (35 hours) temporary assignment through to June 30, potential to extend beyond this.This State Government department sets strategic policy for the state’s mineral and energy resources,gathers, analyses and disseminates geoscientific information, and assesses and determines applications formineral and petroleum titles for exploration activities and extractive uses. As an Assessment Officer (grade 5/6), you will contribute to the analysis and assessment of title applications, providing advice to ensure compliance with titles related legislation, departmental processes and KPIs.As an Administration Officer (grade 3/4), you will provide a range of administrative and transaction services to support the delivery of business operations in the collection of revenues and administration of security deposits administered under the Mining and Petroleum legislation.We are looking for candidates who have an exceptional eye for detail and have experience working in a legislative environment.In order to be considered you will have:Advanced Microsoft suite experienceExcellent written and verbal communication skillsA driven attitude in order to meet high quality and quantity of workProven ability to work to deadlines and tight time framesTeam focussed mindsetExperience reading and applying legislationExperience with document management (CM9/TRIM)Experience in writing ministerial briefs (Assessment Officer role only) What's next:Please submit your resume in Word format if you have the above skills and would like to be considered! Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Applications close Monday 29th at 3pmFor further enquiries, please contact Randstad on 4032 7350 for a confidential discussion.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.
        Maitland locationState Government department Attractive hourly rates + superThe RoleRandstad is currently sourcing 2 x roles with a State Government department based in Maitland for a full-time (35 hours) temporary assignment through to June 30, potential to extend beyond this.This State Government department sets strategic policy for the state’s mineral and energy resources,gathers, analyses and disseminates geoscientific information, and assesses and determines applications formineral and petroleum titles for exploration activities and extractive uses. As an Assessment Officer (grade 5/6), you will contribute to the analysis and assessment of title applications, providing advice to ensure compliance with titles related legislation, departmental processes and KPIs.As an Administration Officer (grade 3/4), you will provide a range of administrative and transaction services to support the delivery of business operations in the collection of revenues and administration of security deposits administered under the Mining and Petroleum legislation.We are looking for candidates who have an exceptional eye for detail and have experience working in a legislative environment.In order to be considered you will have:Advanced Microsoft suite experienceExcellent written and verbal communication skillsA driven attitude in order to meet high quality and quantity of workProven ability to work to deadlines and tight time framesTeam focussed mindsetExperience reading and applying legislationExperience with document management (CM9/TRIM)Experience in writing ministerial briefs (Assessment Officer role only) What's next:Please submit your resume in Word format if you have the above skills and would like to be considered! Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Applications close Monday 29th at 3pmFor further enquiries, please contact Randstad on 4032 7350 for a confidential discussion.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.
        • penrith, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$36.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, superannuation
        • full-time
        Your new company:You will be working in a beautifully corporate office in Penrith on a full time basis. Your team are all like minded, hardworking individuals with a supportive manager who will provide outstanding training to set you up for success.Your new role:Handle inbound & outbound call servicesEmail inbox managementIdentifying and escalating issues in a timely mannerMeeting KPIs for call volumes, & record keepingProviding solutions and/or alternatives to customersYour profile will demonstrate:Experience working in a office based customer service focused role with good stabilityLocal/State/Federal government experience is highly regardedExposure / knowledge in the disability sectorAbility to build rapport, trust and sound relationships quickly over the phoneAttention to detail and strong communication skillsAbility to work in a changing and fast paced environmentBenefits to you:Full time contract position for a federal government organisationAttractive salary on offer, potential to extend beyond 6 monthsFull training providedLarge organisation with growth opportunitiesIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within or email your most updated CV in Word Document format to joy.wang@randstad.com.au. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.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 company:You will be working in a beautifully corporate office in Penrith on a full time basis. Your team are all like minded, hardworking individuals with a supportive manager who will provide outstanding training to set you up for success.Your new role:Handle inbound & outbound call servicesEmail inbox managementIdentifying and escalating issues in a timely mannerMeeting KPIs for call volumes, & record keepingProviding solutions and/or alternatives to customersYour profile will demonstrate:Experience working in a office based customer service focused role with good stabilityLocal/State/Federal government experience is highly regardedExposure / knowledge in the disability sectorAbility to build rapport, trust and sound relationships quickly over the phoneAttention to detail and strong communication skillsAbility to work in a changing and fast paced environmentBenefits to you:Full time contract position for a federal government organisationAttractive salary on offer, potential to extend beyond 6 monthsFull training providedLarge organisation with growth opportunitiesIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within or email your most updated CV in Word Document format to joy.wang@randstad.com.au. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.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$62.00 - AU$77.00, per hour, + 9.5% Super
        • full-time
        YOUR ROLE:The Senior Business Analyst role will need to apply and implement best practice business analyst techniques, tools and methodologies to identify and resolve problems, lead and implement improvements in processes, support system design and provide advisory and training support to enable the process and systems improvement benefits to be realised across all operating areas. In addition the role will be required to support forecasting, reporting and evaluation functions to support effective and efficient delivery of selected Education State Reform initiatives.To achieve this, the successful applicant will have very strong technical skills, communication skills and arecord of demonstrated achievement in supporting business areas to improve and innovate.Carry-out an analysis of available documentationConduct risk assessment analysisReview business requirements, identify areas for delivering greater benefits or realisation of synergiesReview document process flowsUndertake financial analysis and modellingDefine the scope, goals and stakeholdersDetermine requirements that are the highest priority for outcome successIdentify, communicate and, where appropriate, facilitate opportunities for continuousimprovement and innovationScope and define new organisational improvement opportunitiesValidate new opportunities and requirements through consultationActs as a facilitator or coach for problem solving with cross-functional groupsDevelop cross functional partnerships to interconnect the different systems in DETDevelop cross-portfolio strategies on emerging and medium-term issues and risks for the Department which deliver on government prioritiesFunctions as an internal consultant in a facilitation and/or action learning coach role for working groups/project teams across the organisationLead structured collaboration with key stakeholders to ensure coordination of policiesprograms, and/or initiatives to achieve agreed outcomesProvides facilitation or coaching services to internal and external stakeholder groups to resolve issues of urgent and immediate importanceUse business analytics to identify strategies to improve Bastow’s overall performance and inform decision makingDevelop and maintain customer relationshipsFacilitate collaborative working arrangementsHold user interviews, workshops and planning sessions to identify business requirementsRepresent stakeholders on committees and working groupsDevelop briefs on strategic issues and risks that provide options for decision making and risk management within the organisationDevelop departmental, divisional or team performance goals and targetsParticipate in strategic planning activities and contribute to strategic decision making processesInitiate and maintain relationships with peers and senior internal and externalStakeholders to support strategic and business planning effortsManage stakeholder consultation processes, balancing competing priorities and viewsNegotiate with stakeholders, peers, industry bodies and other government agencies to understand views, gain cooperation, achieve influence on strategic or business prioritiesComplete functional analysis to convert business requirements into functional requirements for programming purposesDesign and develop systems and program specificationsDevelop testing strategy and system integration testing documentationReview functional specifications/technical designsWHAT NEXT?If you are interested in this role and would like further information please send me your up to date CV using the details below ASAP.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 ROLE:The Senior Business Analyst role will need to apply and implement best practice business analyst techniques, tools and methodologies to identify and resolve problems, lead and implement improvements in processes, support system design and provide advisory and training support to enable the process and systems improvement benefits to be realised across all operating areas. In addition the role will be required to support forecasting, reporting and evaluation functions to support effective and efficient delivery of selected Education State Reform initiatives.To achieve this, the successful applicant will have very strong technical skills, communication skills and arecord of demonstrated achievement in supporting business areas to improve and innovate.Carry-out an analysis of available documentationConduct risk assessment analysisReview business requirements, identify areas for delivering greater benefits or realisation of synergiesReview document process flowsUndertake financial analysis and modellingDefine the scope, goals and stakeholdersDetermine requirements that are the highest priority for outcome successIdentify, communicate and, where appropriate, facilitate opportunities for continuousimprovement and innovationScope and define new organisational improvement opportunitiesValidate new opportunities and requirements through consultationActs as a facilitator or coach for problem solving with cross-functional groupsDevelop cross functional partnerships to interconnect the different systems in DETDevelop cross-portfolio strategies on emerging and medium-term issues and risks for the Department which deliver on government prioritiesFunctions as an internal consultant in a facilitation and/or action learning coach role for working groups/project teams across the organisationLead structured collaboration with key stakeholders to ensure coordination of policiesprograms, and/or initiatives to achieve agreed outcomesProvides facilitation or coaching services to internal and external stakeholder groups to resolve issues of urgent and immediate importanceUse business analytics to identify strategies to improve Bastow’s overall performance and inform decision makingDevelop and maintain customer relationshipsFacilitate collaborative working arrangementsHold user interviews, workshops and planning sessions to identify business requirementsRepresent stakeholders on committees and working groupsDevelop briefs on strategic issues and risks that provide options for decision making and risk management within the organisationDevelop departmental, divisional or team performance goals and targetsParticipate in strategic planning activities and contribute to strategic decision making processesInitiate and maintain relationships with peers and senior internal and externalStakeholders to support strategic and business planning effortsManage stakeholder consultation processes, balancing competing priorities and viewsNegotiate with stakeholders, peers, industry bodies and other government agencies to understand views, gain cooperation, achieve influence on strategic or business prioritiesComplete functional analysis to convert business requirements into functional requirements for programming purposesDesign and develop systems and program specificationsDevelop testing strategy and system integration testing documentationReview functional specifications/technical designsWHAT NEXT?If you are interested in this role and would like further information please send me your up to date CV using the details below ASAP.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.
        • parramatta, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$50.00 - AU$53.00, per hour, superannuation
        • full-time
        Your new company:You will be working in a modern, corporate office in Parramatta on a full time basis. Your team are all like-minded, hardworking individuals with a supportive manager who will provide training to set you up for success.Your new role:Monitoring and managing caseloads and ensuring reviews are completed within a timely manner.Making evidence-based review decisions in line with department frameworksCommunicating effectively with customers and other external stakeholders via email and phone to explain reasons for decisions, possible solutions, processes and proceduresHandle complex and sensitive information in a professional mannerWorking in line with key performance indicatorsCollaborating with team members to share and develop knowledgeYour profile will demonstrate:Experience in reviews/ complaints/ dispute resolution/ conciliation is highly desirableGovernment or health experience and/or qualifications is highly regardedAbility to deal with conflicting situations and behavioursAttention to detail and strong communication skillsAustralian citizenshipBenefits to you:Full time contract position for a federal government organisationAttractive salary on offer for a full 12 month contractFull training providedLarge organisation with growth opportunities If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within* or email your most updated CV in Word Document format to joy.wang@randstad.com.au. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.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 company:You will be working in a modern, corporate office in Parramatta on a full time basis. Your team are all like-minded, hardworking individuals with a supportive manager who will provide training to set you up for success.Your new role:Monitoring and managing caseloads and ensuring reviews are completed within a timely manner.Making evidence-based review decisions in line with department frameworksCommunicating effectively with customers and other external stakeholders via email and phone to explain reasons for decisions, possible solutions, processes and proceduresHandle complex and sensitive information in a professional mannerWorking in line with key performance indicatorsCollaborating with team members to share and develop knowledgeYour profile will demonstrate:Experience in reviews/ complaints/ dispute resolution/ conciliation is highly desirableGovernment or health experience and/or qualifications is highly regardedAbility to deal with conflicting situations and behavioursAttention to detail and strong communication skillsAustralian citizenshipBenefits to you:Full time contract position for a federal government organisationAttractive salary on offer for a full 12 month contractFull training providedLarge organisation with growth opportunities If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within* or email your most updated CV in Word Document format to joy.wang@randstad.com.au. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • contract
        • AU$67.40 - AU$76.87, per hour, excluding super based on experience
        • full-time
        About your company : Our client is a Federal Government agency tasked with improving health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital healthcare systems and the national digital health strategy for Australia. They have a current vacancy for an experienced EL1- Assistant Director – Contract Management to join their team on a 12 month contract.About your role : To be successful in this position you need to be able to apply your knowledge and experience in government contract management. You will be responsible for the leadership and management of contracts related to the health record management system.To do this, you will need to work closely with internal and external stakeholders to facilitate the activities of each contract.Your duties will include : Lead and Manage a section of Contract Officers, including annual performance reviews, performance management, and provision of learning and development opportunities;Participate and support the Director for the development of Sourcing Strategies and operational planning, as requested;Coordination, communicating and reporting of contract performance and issues;Provide strategic advice, support and guidance on contract management issues (including maintenance of contract issues log, and the subsequent resolution of issues);Development and maintenance of contract management documentation, processes and procedures (e.g. Contract Management Plan, Variations, Extensions, Negotiation Plan, Work Instructions, process mapping etc.);Management of, or supervision of the Contract Manager to deliver Contract Management Plans relating to My Health contracts;Management of, or supervision of the Contract Manager to undertake supplier performance meetings, supplier performance reporting and effective management of suppliers, including review and execution of contract extensions, variations and amendments;Management of, or supervision of the Contract Manager to manage the allocated budget against contract funds including assessment of monthly financial forecast against estimates;Record and report savings, efficiencies, benefits and other significant events resulting from contract management activities;Drafting written advice including Ministerials, briefs, minutes, reports and correspondence on contract issues ranging in complexity and sensitivity, as required;Undertake contract risk assessments, and implement and manage effective controls;Undertake contract management related continuous improvement initiatives;Conduct proactive stakeholder engagement with other Divisions;Working jointly and cooperatively with peers, stakeholders and other staff to achieve Agency objectives;Provide induction training for team members;Adhering to the Agency Values and Code of Conduct; Other duties as directed by the Director.Follow all Agency policies, procedures and instructions and take reasonable care for your own health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace.Qualification and requirements :Demonstrated experience with procurement processes within a government environment (essential)Cert (IV) in Government Procurement or similar (desirable)Demonstrated interpersonal skills in building and sustaining relationships, including working closely with others as part of a team (essential) Ability to work independently and take initiative (essential) Ability to lead and manage staff (essential) High level organisational skills and document management skills (essential) Excellent written and verbal communication skills (essential) Ability to identify and mitigate risks (essential) Requirement to obtain and maintain relevant national policy check, and security clearance in which Australian Citizenship is a condition of eligibility (essential) Demonstrated experience and proficiency in the MS Office Suite (including Microsoft EPM), MS SharePoint, MS Project, JIRA, Confluence and related applicationsAbility to handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneouslyWillingness to lead and adapt to changing environments where competing and changing priorities existAbility to identify, analyse and explain a problem as well as offer a workable solutionEstablishes clear plans and timeframes, with the ability to set priorities, meet deadlines and to achieve outcomesWhat you will get in return: Employment Opportunity to work in EL1 Level - 12 months Contract$67.40 – $76.87 per hour, excluding super depends on level of experienceCanberra Location Next Step : To apply for this role you must be Australian Citizen. If you consider yourself fit for this position, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in 3 pages in Microsoft Word format including detail of two 2 referees ( .doc or .docx ) or if you would like to know more about this role, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        About your company : Our client is a Federal Government agency tasked with improving health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital healthcare systems and the national digital health strategy for Australia. They have a current vacancy for an experienced EL1- Assistant Director – Contract Management to join their team on a 12 month contract.About your role : To be successful in this position you need to be able to apply your knowledge and experience in government contract management. You will be responsible for the leadership and management of contracts related to the health record management system.To do this, you will need to work closely with internal and external stakeholders to facilitate the activities of each contract.Your duties will include : Lead and Manage a section of Contract Officers, including annual performance reviews, performance management, and provision of learning and development opportunities;Participate and support the Director for the development of Sourcing Strategies and operational planning, as requested;Coordination, communicating and reporting of contract performance and issues;Provide strategic advice, support and guidance on contract management issues (including maintenance of contract issues log, and the subsequent resolution of issues);Development and maintenance of contract management documentation, processes and procedures (e.g. Contract Management Plan, Variations, Extensions, Negotiation Plan, Work Instructions, process mapping etc.);Management of, or supervision of the Contract Manager to deliver Contract Management Plans relating to My Health contracts;Management of, or supervision of the Contract Manager to undertake supplier performance meetings, supplier performance reporting and effective management of suppliers, including review and execution of contract extensions, variations and amendments;Management of, or supervision of the Contract Manager to manage the allocated budget against contract funds including assessment of monthly financial forecast against estimates;Record and report savings, efficiencies, benefits and other significant events resulting from contract management activities;Drafting written advice including Ministerials, briefs, minutes, reports and correspondence on contract issues ranging in complexity and sensitivity, as required;Undertake contract risk assessments, and implement and manage effective controls;Undertake contract management related continuous improvement initiatives;Conduct proactive stakeholder engagement with other Divisions;Working jointly and cooperatively with peers, stakeholders and other staff to achieve Agency objectives;Provide induction training for team members;Adhering to the Agency Values and Code of Conduct; Other duties as directed by the Director.Follow all Agency policies, procedures and instructions and take reasonable care for your own health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace.Qualification and requirements :Demonstrated experience with procurement processes within a government environment (essential)Cert (IV) in Government Procurement or similar (desirable)Demonstrated interpersonal skills in building and sustaining relationships, including working closely with others as part of a team (essential) Ability to work independently and take initiative (essential) Ability to lead and manage staff (essential) High level organisational skills and document management skills (essential) Excellent written and verbal communication skills (essential) Ability to identify and mitigate risks (essential) Requirement to obtain and maintain relevant national policy check, and security clearance in which Australian Citizenship is a condition of eligibility (essential) Demonstrated experience and proficiency in the MS Office Suite (including Microsoft EPM), MS SharePoint, MS Project, JIRA, Confluence and related applicationsAbility to handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneouslyWillingness to lead and adapt to changing environments where competing and changing priorities existAbility to identify, analyse and explain a problem as well as offer a workable solutionEstablishes clear plans and timeframes, with the ability to set priorities, meet deadlines and to achieve outcomesWhat you will get in return: Employment Opportunity to work in EL1 Level - 12 months Contract$67.40 – $76.87 per hour, excluding super depends on level of experienceCanberra Location Next Step : To apply for this role you must be Australian Citizen. If you consider yourself fit for this position, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in 3 pages in Microsoft Word format including detail of two 2 referees ( .doc or .docx ) or if you would like to know more about this role, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • contract
        • AU$50 - AU$60, per year, + 9.5% superannuatio
        • full-time
        The roleTha project team aims to establish a contemporary set of procedures and documents for staff that reflects the division's capabilities, functions and business requirements which supports integrated operations and service delivery. Reporting to the Project Coordinator, the Policy Technical Writer will be responsible for analysing and developing high-quality technical documentation. Duties and responsibilitiesUtilise an evidence-based approach to research, identify, analyse and evaluate informationWrite user-friendly content in plain English that meets the needs of the target audience and sets our users up for successProvide technical advice and recommendations to deliver a suite of documentation, such as; policies, operating procedures, and manuals relating to the functions within the centreResearch and analyses of existing procedures and recommend contemporary practicesPresent reports defining the above project progress, problems and solutions; implement and manage project changes and interventions to achieve project outputsManage project information and reference materials in accordance with organisational and project requirements including creation and maintenance of project documentationAssist in the preparation and distribution of project communications in accordance with communication, change and engagement plansCollaborate with key stakeholders to identify and understand project drivers, goals and objectives to define product req