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      • melbourne cbd, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our client, a government associated organisation, is seeking a FT contractor for 6 months.This really is a wonderful opportunity to join a State Authority service in the CBD during a time of exciting change within state infrastructureThey are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to a dedicated client group.You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Human Resources Director, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities.You will be responsible for the end-to-end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day-to-day HR operations for your client group.Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business.Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader businessParticipate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way.You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the professional services, financial or tech sectors will be highly regardedPlease apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Teraze Davies for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number, 14M0494142 or apply direct at www.hrpartners.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 client, a government associated organisation, is seeking a FT contractor for 6 months.This really is a wonderful opportunity to join a State Authority service in the CBD during a time of exciting change within state infrastructureThey are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to a dedicated client group.You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Human Resources Director, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities.You will be responsible for the end-to-end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day-to-day HR operations for your client group.Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business.Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader businessParticipate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way.You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the professional services, financial or tech sectors will be highly regardedPlease apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Teraze Davies for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number, 14M0494142 or apply direct at www.hrpartners.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 cbd, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$130,000 - AU$165,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our client, a government associated organisation is seeking a FT contractor for 12 months.This really is a wonderful opportunity to join a well-known professional services organisation located in the CBD during a time of exciting change within business.They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to a dedicated client group of 200 FTE.You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Human Resources Director, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities.You will be responsible for the end-to-end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day-to-day HR operations for your client group. Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way.You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the professional services, financial or tech sectors will be highly regardedPlease apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Teraze Davies for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number, 14M0494001 or apply direct at www.hrpartners.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 client, a government associated organisation is seeking a FT contractor for 12 months.This really is a wonderful opportunity to join a well-known professional services organisation located in the CBD during a time of exciting change within business.They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to a dedicated client group of 200 FTE.You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Human Resources Director, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities.You will be responsible for the end-to-end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day-to-day HR operations for your client group. Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way.You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the professional services, financial or tech sectors will be highly regardedPlease apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Teraze Davies for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number, 14M0494001 or apply direct at www.hrpartners.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 cbd, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$117,000 - AU$132,000 per year
      • full-time
      Permanent full-time position, based in Melbourne CBD Hybrid working model and workplace flexibility Competitive annual salary Strategic advisory and consultancy role in Industrial and Employee RelationsOur client, a well known Victorian Service Provider, is seeking an astute Workplace Relations Consultant to provide strategic advisory and consultancy services in Industrial and Employee Relations. This is an exciting opportunity for an IR/ER specialist to make their mark and work alongside an experienced legal and people and culture team! As an experienced Industrial & Employee Relations specialist, you will thrive working within challenging environments and enjoy offering a consultative approach to your stakeholders. Working collaboratively with the team, your portfolio of responsibilities will include be not be limited to:Provide accurate technical advice on all aspects of workplace relations to internal clients and external stakeholders when directed Represent the interests of the client through the consultative processes by assisting internal clients to achieve organisational outcomeEstablish and maintain effective working relationships with internal clients and a professional working relationship with relevant unions and associations to assist with the delivery of workplace relations and/or organisational outcomesProvide support prior to and during enterprise bargaining as and when required Assist with representing the clients interests in employment and industrial matters at State and Federal Tribunals when directed Monitor, analyse and evaluate industrial issues, trends and Government directives to develop and implement policies and procedures within the organisation and ensure they are consistent with proper industrial practice Tertiary qualified in ER/IR, Human Resources, Labour Law and/or Behavioural Sciences, you will be able to interpret legal terminology, have been involved inEBA negotiations and have had exposure to managing end to end investigations through to completion. In addition to this, you will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills with high attention to detail. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Amelia Dragovic for a confidential discussion on 03 8621 5700 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.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.
      Permanent full-time position, based in Melbourne CBD Hybrid working model and workplace flexibility Competitive annual salary Strategic advisory and consultancy role in Industrial and Employee RelationsOur client, a well known Victorian Service Provider, is seeking an astute Workplace Relations Consultant to provide strategic advisory and consultancy services in Industrial and Employee Relations. This is an exciting opportunity for an IR/ER specialist to make their mark and work alongside an experienced legal and people and culture team! As an experienced Industrial & Employee Relations specialist, you will thrive working within challenging environments and enjoy offering a consultative approach to your stakeholders. Working collaboratively with the team, your portfolio of responsibilities will include be not be limited to:Provide accurate technical advice on all aspects of workplace relations to internal clients and external stakeholders when directed Represent the interests of the client through the consultative processes by assisting internal clients to achieve organisational outcomeEstablish and maintain effective working relationships with internal clients and a professional working relationship with relevant unions and associations to assist with the delivery of workplace relations and/or organisational outcomesProvide support prior to and during enterprise bargaining as and when required Assist with representing the clients interests in employment and industrial matters at State and Federal Tribunals when directed Monitor, analyse and evaluate industrial issues, trends and Government directives to develop and implement policies and procedures within the organisation and ensure they are consistent with proper industrial practice Tertiary qualified in ER/IR, Human Resources, Labour Law and/or Behavioural Sciences, you will be able to interpret legal terminology, have been involved inEBA negotiations and have had exposure to managing end to end investigations through to completion. In addition to this, you will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills with high attention to detail. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Amelia Dragovic for a confidential discussion on 03 8621 5700 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.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 cbd, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$126,000 per year
      • full-time
      ​Full-time, Permanent Salary Level HEW 9 + 17% Superannuation Flexible Working Arrangements Based at the Melbourne CBD campus, but may be required to work and/or be based at other campuses of the University Our leading multi-sector university client is seeking a Principal Advisor (Employee Relations) to join their Policy and Workplace Relations team on a permanent full-time basis. Our client is offering a very flexible hybrid working model and an immediate start for the right candidate. This is an exciting opportunity where you will be responsible for developing and delivering quality workplace relations advice, solutions, policies, processes and solutions. You will deliver on all areas of ER, manage cases, represent the organization in external jurisdictions, and develop suitable resolution strategies in partnership with your team. Your portfolio of responsibilities will include, be not be limited to:Act as specialist for questions of interpretation of the clients enterprise agreements, employment contracts and HR policy and employment law for client cohort Case manage through to timely resolution complex IR/ER matters in the workplace including advocacy in external tribunals and oversee risk assessment of mattersLead and manage complex workplace investigations for client cohort Provide expert advice and influence in complex change management projects Develop and maintain effective working relationships with unions, employer organizations, government agencies and relevant stakeholders. Deliver coaching and training sessions in areas of expertise Provide expertise with Policy drafting and development as requiredEngage and contribute expertise to all areas of Enterprise Bargaining Keep abreast of industrial relations legislation, case law and other relevant changesMentor other HR Advisors outside of the Policy and Workplace Relations Team team who assist with low risk matters To be successful for this position, you will have expert working level knowledge of the Fair Work Act 2009 and contract law. You will have demonstrated experience in case management, providing complex advice/consultation on a range of workplace matters, the ability to negotiate with external stakeholders and unions, and advocate on matters at FWC or other external jurisdictions. Additionally, you will have tertiary qualifications in Industrial/Employee Relations, Law, HR or relevant experience. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this dynamic and energetic organization, contact Amelia Dragovic on 0418 451 196 for further information or apply directly utilizing the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.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.
      ​Full-time, Permanent Salary Level HEW 9 + 17% Superannuation Flexible Working Arrangements Based at the Melbourne CBD campus, but may be required to work and/or be based at other campuses of the University Our leading multi-sector university client is seeking a Principal Advisor (Employee Relations) to join their Policy and Workplace Relations team on a permanent full-time basis. Our client is offering a very flexible hybrid working model and an immediate start for the right candidate. This is an exciting opportunity where you will be responsible for developing and delivering quality workplace relations advice, solutions, policies, processes and solutions. You will deliver on all areas of ER, manage cases, represent the organization in external jurisdictions, and develop suitable resolution strategies in partnership with your team. Your portfolio of responsibilities will include, be not be limited to:Act as specialist for questions of interpretation of the clients enterprise agreements, employment contracts and HR policy and employment law for client cohort Case manage through to timely resolution complex IR/ER matters in the workplace including advocacy in external tribunals and oversee risk assessment of mattersLead and manage complex workplace investigations for client cohort Provide expert advice and influence in complex change management projects Develop and maintain effective working relationships with unions, employer organizations, government agencies and relevant stakeholders. Deliver coaching and training sessions in areas of expertise Provide expertise with Policy drafting and development as requiredEngage and contribute expertise to all areas of Enterprise Bargaining Keep abreast of industrial relations legislation, case law and other relevant changesMentor other HR Advisors outside of the Policy and Workplace Relations Team team who assist with low risk matters To be successful for this position, you will have expert working level knowledge of the Fair Work Act 2009 and contract law. You will have demonstrated experience in case management, providing complex advice/consultation on a range of workplace matters, the ability to negotiate with external stakeholders and unions, and advocate on matters at FWC or other external jurisdictions. Additionally, you will have tertiary qualifications in Industrial/Employee Relations, Law, HR or relevant experience. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this dynamic and energetic organization, contact Amelia Dragovic on 0418 451 196 for further information or apply directly utilizing the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.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
      Randstad is seeking experienced and professional scribes to partner with our clients across bulk, graduate and individual government recruitment processes. In addition to experience with recruitment rounds and a solid understanding of merit-based selection criteria and legislative requirements, our Scribes are in demand for their:Superior written and verbal communication skillsUncompromising attention to detailExperience with public sector report writingAbility to identify key points and summarise statementsThe ability to motivate yourself and work autonomously; andExceptional time management skills and the ability to work to deadlinePrevious Government scribe work is preferable Tasks will vary pending the assignment, but may include:Attending and scribing for interview panels in person or virtualTaking detailed notes and producing quality selection reportsGuiding and supporting selection panelsFacilitating applicants and panel members through recruitment roundsActing as an independent panel memberIf you have the relevant skills and experience and are seeking Scribe work, please ensure you send your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or click APPLY NOW.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 seeking experienced and professional scribes to partner with our clients across bulk, graduate and individual government recruitment processes. In addition to experience with recruitment rounds and a solid understanding of merit-based selection criteria and legislative requirements, our Scribes are in demand for their:Superior written and verbal communication skillsUncompromising attention to detailExperience with public sector report writingAbility to identify key points and summarise statementsThe ability to motivate yourself and work autonomously; andExceptional time management skills and the ability to work to deadlinePrevious Government scribe work is preferable Tasks will vary pending the assignment, but may include:Attending and scribing for interview panels in person or virtualTaking detailed notes and producing quality selection reportsGuiding and supporting selection panelsFacilitating applicants and panel members through recruitment roundsActing as an independent panel memberIf you have the relevant skills and experience and are seeking Scribe work, please ensure you send your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or click APPLY NOW.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
      Complaints Officers work with people receiving services, their representatives and service providers to resolve concerns and make positive improvements for people receiving aged care using a range of complaint resolution techniques including early resolution, service provider resolution, conciliation and investigation.Key responsibilities: working with complainants, people receiving care and approved providers to identify concerns and develop options to achieve resolutionmanaging calls in a telephone intake setting, which can include handling difficult conversationsidentifying, escalating and managing risksensuring accurate recording of informationpreparing detailed reports, correspondence and recommendationsdeveloping positive and collaborative working relationships with team members and internal and external stakeholderscontributing to the priorities of a team and effectively managing individual caseloads.Key capabilities: demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to assess and manage risk, work within legislative requirements, make impartial recommendations and to use specialist advice when neededexcellent written communication skills including the ability to write evidence-based recommendations and reasons for decisionsstrong customer outcomes focus, confidence and resilience in liaising with internal and external stakeholders in relation to contentious matterscapacity to work in a busy environment with demonstrated skills in time management, working with competing priorities and ability to prioritise and manage a case loaddemonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively as part of a team to achieve positive outcomes and a positive workplace cultureHow to apply?:If you have the relevant skills and experience for this position, please send an updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or click 'APPLY NOW'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.
      Complaints Officers work with people receiving services, their representatives and service providers to resolve concerns and make positive improvements for people receiving aged care using a range of complaint resolution techniques including early resolution, service provider resolution, conciliation and investigation.Key responsibilities: working with complainants, people receiving care and approved providers to identify concerns and develop options to achieve resolutionmanaging calls in a telephone intake setting, which can include handling difficult conversationsidentifying, escalating and managing risksensuring accurate recording of informationpreparing detailed reports, correspondence and recommendationsdeveloping positive and collaborative working relationships with team members and internal and external stakeholderscontributing to the priorities of a team and effectively managing individual caseloads.Key capabilities: demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to assess and manage risk, work within legislative requirements, make impartial recommendations and to use specialist advice when neededexcellent written communication skills including the ability to write evidence-based recommendations and reasons for decisionsstrong customer outcomes focus, confidence and resilience in liaising with internal and external stakeholders in relation to contentious matterscapacity to work in a busy environment with demonstrated skills in time management, working with competing priorities and ability to prioritise and manage a case loaddemonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively as part of a team to achieve positive outcomes and a positive workplace cultureHow to apply?:If you have the relevant skills and experience for this position, please send an updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or click 'APPLY NOW'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
      The role: The APS3 Participant Support Officer is a team membership position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing work flow for their role and producing work that is subject to regular monitoring. The position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities.The position may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.Multiple locations: EppingSunshine BerwickFrankstonBentleigh Melton Key responsibilities: Managing and resolving participant matters by actioning planning tasks. Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries in the self-help kiosks and online support.Resolving customer enquiries, providing information and/or referring customers to appropriate government or community services.Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of Agency office facilities and ensuring facilities are accessible for participants.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence.Undertaking a range of data entry activities and ensuring follow up is completed.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the internal Business systems.To be successful in this role, you must:Deliver an effective customer service and provide quality accurate and consistent advice.Knowledge of a range of work practices and procedures with an element of complexity and the operation ofassociated equipment and tools.Undergo a Baseline Security clearance, if successful.Obtain a Working with Children Check. How to apply?: If you have the relevant skills and experience, click APPLY NOW, or send an updated resume to daniela.dragovic@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.
      The role: The APS3 Participant Support Officer is a team membership position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing work flow for their role and producing work that is subject to regular monitoring. The position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities.The position may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.Multiple locations: EppingSunshine BerwickFrankstonBentleigh Melton Key responsibilities: Managing and resolving participant matters by actioning planning tasks. Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries in the self-help kiosks and online support.Resolving customer enquiries, providing information and/or referring customers to appropriate government or community services.Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of Agency office facilities and ensuring facilities are accessible for participants.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence.Undertaking a range of data entry activities and ensuring follow up is completed.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the internal Business systems.To be successful in this role, you must:Deliver an effective customer service and provide quality accurate and consistent advice.Knowledge of a range of work practices and procedures with an element of complexity and the operation ofassociated equipment and tools.Undergo a Baseline Security clearance, if successful.Obtain a Working with Children Check. How to apply?: If you have the relevant skills and experience, click APPLY NOW, or send an updated resume to daniela.dragovic@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
      • temporary
      • AU$41.00 - AU$41.00, per hour, plus super
      • full-time
      Join a State Government entity on a 3 months contract with a possibility of extension to become an Ambulance Call Taker.The successful candidate will undertake a rotating roster with shifts 24 hours a day (morning, afternoon and night). Key accountabilities:Work independently in response to employee or volunteer shift absence calls by understanding, interpreting, and responding to their needs, and the impact on operations, including referring callers appropriately if additional support is required.Support distressed callers by engaging and identifying which is the best course of critical action to ensure immediate support from either management or specialist support avenues.Gather all necessary information, monitor, and complete daily reporting requirements in accordance with established reporting and information management channels, protocols, and procedures.Notify Communications Centre Duty Managers of any absences or welfare issues impacting staff who are currently on shift.Establish and maintain appropriate operational service and administrative systems to ensure an efficient and consistent approach to administrative processes.Ensure handover of all relevant information at change of shift. Key selection criterias:Strong knowledge and experience in a fast paced, service focused call centre operation where client support includes engaging in confidential or sensitive communications.Demonstrated experience providing high level, professional administrative support, including the development,maintenance and improvement of office and service delivery activities.Sound knowledge and high capability using Microsoft Office applications.Experience operating information management systems, Mizzi or Genesis preferred.Possess strong attention to detail, ability to analyse and produce accurate records.Ability to gain cooperation from others in the resolution of problems.Judgement and confidence to provide definitive advice and clearly explain procedures.Ability to work rotating shifts of varying or fixed duration including morning, afternoon, nights or weekends.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.For further information please contact Marion Gayet at marion.gayet@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.
      Join a State Government entity on a 3 months contract with a possibility of extension to become an Ambulance Call Taker.The successful candidate will undertake a rotating roster with shifts 24 hours a day (morning, afternoon and night). Key accountabilities:Work independently in response to employee or volunteer shift absence calls by understanding, interpreting, and responding to their needs, and the impact on operations, including referring callers appropriately if additional support is required.Support distressed callers by engaging and identifying which is the best course of critical action to ensure immediate support from either management or specialist support avenues.Gather all necessary information, monitor, and complete daily reporting requirements in accordance with established reporting and information management channels, protocols, and procedures.Notify Communications Centre Duty Managers of any absences or welfare issues impacting staff who are currently on shift.Establish and maintain appropriate operational service and administrative systems to ensure an efficient and consistent approach to administrative processes.Ensure handover of all relevant information at change of shift. Key selection criterias:Strong knowledge and experience in a fast paced, service focused call centre operation where client support includes engaging in confidential or sensitive communications.Demonstrated experience providing high level, professional administrative support, including the development,maintenance and improvement of office and service delivery activities.Sound knowledge and high capability using Microsoft Office applications.Experience operating information management systems, Mizzi or Genesis preferred.Possess strong attention to detail, ability to analyse and produce accurate records.Ability to gain cooperation from others in the resolution of problems.Judgement and confidence to provide definitive advice and clearly explain procedures.Ability to work rotating shifts of varying or fixed duration including morning, afternoon, nights or weekends.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.For further information please contact Marion Gayet at marion.gayet@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
      • contract
      • full-time
      Accounts Receivable Team LeaderOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for an accounts receivable team leader who is a self sufficient and diligent worker. 3 month contract (high possibility of extension)No mandate to be in office (1-2 days encouraged)$64.93 per hourYour new RoleYou will be joining the organisation to lead a team of 6 direct reports. You will have good leadership and stakeholder management skills and an understanding of AR, policies, procedures and systems is required.Lead, motivate, develop, and manage staff delivering the accounts receivable function.Provide leadership and authoritative advice on complex accounts receivable issues, systems, and processes to staff across the department, and resolve accounts receivable issues.Continually improve policies and procedures, internal controls, staff and customer communication, education, and training to ensure best practice accounts receivable.Manage the provision of debt and aged debtor balance reports, with an ongoing focus on improving the collection process.Identify and respond to new and emerging strategic issues impacting accounts receivable issues.Manage revenue collection arrangements across all departmental sites, including system support and guidance to over-the-counter staff at these locations.Develop and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders, including divisions, and colleagues within Finance and Planning.Practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships, and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued, and able to participate.What you will need to succeedOracle system experience requiredGovernment experience is preferable 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.
      Accounts Receivable Team LeaderOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for an accounts receivable team leader who is a self sufficient and diligent worker. 3 month contract (high possibility of extension)No mandate to be in office (1-2 days encouraged)$64.93 per hourYour new RoleYou will be joining the organisation to lead a team of 6 direct reports. You will have good leadership and stakeholder management skills and an understanding of AR, policies, procedures and systems is required.Lead, motivate, develop, and manage staff delivering the accounts receivable function.Provide leadership and authoritative advice on complex accounts receivable issues, systems, and processes to staff across the department, and resolve accounts receivable issues.Continually improve policies and procedures, internal controls, staff and customer communication, education, and training to ensure best practice accounts receivable.Manage the provision of debt and aged debtor balance reports, with an ongoing focus on improving the collection process.Identify and respond to new and emerging strategic issues impacting accounts receivable issues.Manage revenue collection arrangements across all departmental sites, including system support and guidance to over-the-counter staff at these locations.Develop and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders, including divisions, and colleagues within Finance and Planning.Practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships, and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued, and able to participate.What you will need to succeedOracle system experience requiredGovernment experience is preferable 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
      • contract
      • part-time
      Payroll OfficerOur client, a state government organisation, is looking for a Payroll Officer who is a self sufficient and diligent worker. 6 month contract (high possibility of extension)Part-time $45.45 per hourYour new RoleYou will be joining the organisation to independently run the pay. This will be on a part-time basis and you will work with the HR manager and HR supervisor.Processing and peer checking of the payroll and undertake the more complex transactions relating to employment conditions and benefits.Update and maintain associated personnel and payroll records. Keep accurate and complete records of your work activities in accordance with legislative requirements and the department's records, information security and privacy policies and requirements.Identify and prepare documentation regarding salary overpayments and recovery Impart well-researched, accurate and meaningful advice to employees and managers on employment conditions and benefits. Provide quality customer service through effective communication, offering timely responses to a range of queries and flexible problem solving. Assist managers and employees to better understand employment conditions and benefits and relevant payroll matters.What you will need to succeedAurion system experience requiredWorking with children check Fully vaccinatedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Payroll OfficerOur client, a state government organisation, is looking for a Payroll Officer who is a self sufficient and diligent worker. 6 month contract (high possibility of extension)Part-time $45.45 per hourYour new RoleYou will be joining the organisation to independently run the pay. This will be on a part-time basis and you will work with the HR manager and HR supervisor.Processing and peer checking of the payroll and undertake the more complex transactions relating to employment conditions and benefits.Update and maintain associated personnel and payroll records. Keep accurate and complete records of your work activities in accordance with legislative requirements and the department's records, information security and privacy policies and requirements.Identify and prepare documentation regarding salary overpayments and recovery Impart well-researched, accurate and meaningful advice to employees and managers on employment conditions and benefits. Provide quality customer service through effective communication, offering timely responses to a range of queries and flexible problem solving. Assist managers and employees to better understand employment conditions and benefits and relevant payroll matters.What you will need to succeedAurion system experience requiredWorking with children check Fully vaccinatedAt 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$35.00 - AU$55.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Financial AccountantOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for a Financial Accountant for year end with excellent analytical and reporting skills.Hourly Rate - Up to $55 p/h (DOE)Remote working3 month contract Your new RoleYou will be joining the team to help with identifying risks and irregularities and reporting them to the accounting manager and also assist in meeting the obligation of the finance department through several key functions:Reporting, AP, payroll and taxation obligationsAssist the Accounting Manager with the preparation of the annual statutory accounts, including the trial balance and supporting reconciliation fileLiaise closely with the Finance team to achieve the objectives and targets of the work group and the positionPrepare weekly and monthly cash and debt status report, and provide advice to the Accounting Manager and Chief Financial Officer of any necessary treasury actionsWhat you will need to succeedFinance One Experience requiredYou will need to be a self sufficient worker You will also be inquisitive when encountering challenges in the role You will need to work well within a small team of finance professionalsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Financial AccountantOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for a Financial Accountant for year end with excellent analytical and reporting skills.Hourly Rate - Up to $55 p/h (DOE)Remote working3 month contract Your new RoleYou will be joining the team to help with identifying risks and irregularities and reporting them to the accounting manager and also assist in meeting the obligation of the finance department through several key functions:Reporting, AP, payroll and taxation obligationsAssist the Accounting Manager with the preparation of the annual statutory accounts, including the trial balance and supporting reconciliation fileLiaise closely with the Finance team to achieve the objectives and targets of the work group and the positionPrepare weekly and monthly cash and debt status report, and provide advice to the Accounting Manager and Chief Financial Officer of any necessary treasury actionsWhat you will need to succeedFinance One Experience requiredYou will need to be a self sufficient worker You will also be inquisitive when encountering challenges in the role You will need to work well within a small team of finance professionalsAt 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 Communications AdviserOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for a senior communications adviser. $64.93 p/hHybrid working set up - 2 days working from home3 month contract Your new RoleYou will be responsible for communications activities across a significant school and early childhood infrastructure program. You will liaise with a variety of departments, from stakeholders to external suppliers. You will be versatile and have the ability to work under pressure, whilst maintaining resilience and adaptability. You will be responsible for drafting comms plans and the role will involve project management too, so an ability to build and maintain relationships across different departments is key. What you will need to succeedAdminister and manage VSBA's website including overall positioning, content and design. Liaise closely with contractors, end users and other stakeholders to develop web based and written communication materials and presentations for specific projects Coordinate the development of online marketing strategies Manage and maintain VSBA's branding and visual identity guidelines Assure brand consistency and integrity across all communications initiatives and marketing materials Identify and develop communications to highlight departmental initiatives and priorities and to reflect audience interestsContribute to the provision of advice to VSBA personnel about the most appropriate means for communicating to target audiences Provide strategic advice across a range of Division activities, projects and programs to ensure a coordinated approach to branding and marketing Guide others in the development of communications Coordinate and oversee production activities including editing, sourcing content, design/layout and advertising Review, assess and develop marketing materials Prepare visual materials for public awareness campaigns Uses appropriate purchasing processes that reflect the complexity of the procurement in accordance with departmental policy Ensures that the appropriate level of analysis is undertaken for a procurement activity and that the appropriate level of approval is sought Anticipates and manages the risk associated with the procurement activityAt 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 Communications AdviserOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for a senior communications adviser. $64.93 p/hHybrid working set up - 2 days working from home3 month contract Your new RoleYou will be responsible for communications activities across a significant school and early childhood infrastructure program. You will liaise with a variety of departments, from stakeholders to external suppliers. You will be versatile and have the ability to work under pressure, whilst maintaining resilience and adaptability. You will be responsible for drafting comms plans and the role will involve project management too, so an ability to build and maintain relationships across different departments is key. What you will need to succeedAdminister and manage VSBA's website including overall positioning, content and design. Liaise closely with contractors, end users and other stakeholders to develop web based and written communication materials and presentations for specific projects Coordinate the development of online marketing strategies Manage and maintain VSBA's branding and visual identity guidelines Assure brand consistency and integrity across all communications initiatives and marketing materials Identify and develop communications to highlight departmental initiatives and priorities and to reflect audience interestsContribute to the provision of advice to VSBA personnel about the most appropriate means for communicating to target audiences Provide strategic advice across a range of Division activities, projects and programs to ensure a coordinated approach to branding and marketing Guide others in the development of communications Coordinate and oversee production activities including editing, sourcing content, design/layout and advertising Review, assess and develop marketing materials Prepare visual materials for public awareness campaigns Uses appropriate purchasing processes that reflect the complexity of the procurement in accordance with departmental policy Ensures that the appropriate level of analysis is undertaken for a procurement activity and that the appropriate level of approval is sought Anticipates and manages the risk associated with the procurement activityAt 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
      • contract
      • AU$50.00 - AU$90.00, per hour, + superannuation
      • full-time
      Hazardous Material CoordinatorRandstad has partnered with a Victorian State Government rail organisation in their search for an experienced environment/hazardous material coordinatorBenefits of this role: Key responsibilities include: Develop and implement effective management/eradication of hazardous materials in line with regulatory requirements and current organisational procedures, within budget constraints. Provide guidance and support on all issues relating to hazardous materials & environmental contamination. Proactively respond to customer feedback and rectify deficiencies as needed. Assist the Facilities Maintenance Manager with the ongoing administration of contracts, contract writing, auditing of contract performance. Assist with the development of building maintenance budgets and project costings Plan and coordinate hazardous materials removal activities at specified locations. Assist in the management of hazardous materials register. Develop contract documentation. Supervise and manage contractors. Assist in the development of building works strategies, where hazardous materials are thought or known to be present. The successful candidate will have: Qualifications in WHS, Occupational Hygiene or related disciplines WHS industry experience supported by asbestos and contaminated site management experience • 5+ year's experience in facilitation/trainingRandstad Government Professionals CPE recruits within the Building and Infrastructure sector(s), partnering with the Victorian State Government, Victorian Local Government to provide outstanding project managers engineers, planners and associated professionals. We learn precisely what our clients require and expect, and in return we supply staff who share the ethos of the Victorian State Government and local Councils. To apply, or answer any questions related to this role, please call Hamish McLaren on 0416 216 676 or email at hamish.mclaren@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.
      Hazardous Material CoordinatorRandstad has partnered with a Victorian State Government rail organisation in their search for an experienced environment/hazardous material coordinatorBenefits of this role: Key responsibilities include: Develop and implement effective management/eradication of hazardous materials in line with regulatory requirements and current organisational procedures, within budget constraints. Provide guidance and support on all issues relating to hazardous materials & environmental contamination. Proactively respond to customer feedback and rectify deficiencies as needed. Assist the Facilities Maintenance Manager with the ongoing administration of contracts, contract writing, auditing of contract performance. Assist with the development of building maintenance budgets and project costings Plan and coordinate hazardous materials removal activities at specified locations. Assist in the management of hazardous materials register. Develop contract documentation. Supervise and manage contractors. Assist in the development of building works strategies, where hazardous materials are thought or known to be present. The successful candidate will have: Qualifications in WHS, Occupational Hygiene or related disciplines WHS industry experience supported by asbestos and contaminated site management experience • 5+ year's experience in facilitation/trainingRandstad Government Professionals CPE recruits within the Building and Infrastructure sector(s), partnering with the Victorian State Government, Victorian Local Government to provide outstanding project managers engineers, planners and associated professionals. We learn precisely what our clients require and expect, and in return we supply staff who share the ethos of the Victorian State Government and local Councils. To apply, or answer any questions related to this role, please call Hamish McLaren on 0416 216 676 or email at hamish.mclaren@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
      • contract
      • AU$56.27 - AU$63.85, per hour, plus Super
      • full-time
      This major government department is looking for an experienced ICT Sourcing professional to contribute to the development and delivery of ICT sourcing strategies in accordance with the Victorian Government procurement framework.The successful candidate will also be required to undertake research activities and provide strategic advice in relation to ICT contracts and assist in the development of strategic initiatives to optimise performance and value, while also developing relationships to effectively negotiate and influence key stakeholders to improve the understanding and awareness of the value provided by the procurement function.Additionally, the role requires someone able to exercise their professional independent judgement to identify industry trends and market conditions, develop robust spend models using data from a variety of sources and contribute to the development of annual ICT Commercial and contract renegotiation to help achieve strategic and operational business objectives.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This major government department is looking for an experienced ICT Sourcing professional to contribute to the development and delivery of ICT sourcing strategies in accordance with the Victorian Government procurement framework.The successful candidate will also be required to undertake research activities and provide strategic advice in relation to ICT contracts and assist in the development of strategic initiatives to optimise performance and value, while also developing relationships to effectively negotiate and influence key stakeholders to improve the understanding and awareness of the value provided by the procurement function.Additionally, the role requires someone able to exercise their professional independent judgement to identify industry trends and market conditions, develop robust spend models using data from a variety of sources and contribute to the development of annual ICT Commercial and contract renegotiation to help achieve strategic and operational business objectives.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$38.00 - AU$48.00, per hour, + Super
      • full-time
      This Facilities Coordinator Victorian Government assignment is available for a 2 month + duration.(An excellent opportunity to gain your first or additional role within Government)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement skills.Great IT / skills and must be highly organised.Must have a full clean driving licence and have the flexibility of travelling between Victorian Government sites to set up existing offices in preparation for the return of Victorian Government staff into the office across Victoria.Must have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant junior facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This Facilities Coordinator Victorian Government assignment is available for a 2 month + duration.(An excellent opportunity to gain your first or additional role within Government)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement skills.Great IT / skills and must be highly organised.Must have a full clean driving licence and have the flexibility of travelling between Victorian Government sites to set up existing offices in preparation for the return of Victorian Government staff into the office across Victoria.Must have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant junior facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.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
      Our Victorian Government Client is looking for an experienced Project Officer, Project Coordinator for an initial 6 month assignment, with great stakeholder engagement skills and has previously worked within a similar role within Government or industry.The ideal candidate will have excellent Project Officer skills and will have knowledge of working within a Government setting and will be happy to carry out both project officer / junior PM duties and administrative tasks on a daily basis. The role will require:Very capable Project Officer, Project Coordinator with excellent stakeholder engagement skills with the ability to carry out daily support and administrative duties.Accurate records management and general administrative skills that align with Government policies and procedures.Excellent database system and IT knowledge.Ownership of administration functions of the team including management of project documentation.Accurate project records; meets tight deadlines and coordinates tasks.Organised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesWilling to WFH 3-4 days and within the CBD office 1-2 days per week(Knowledge of procurement and good with basic accounting would be beneficial) If you are a project officer with excellent stakeholder engagement skills, knowledge of procurement with an interest in working on building projects then please apply now for this initial 6 month + assignment.Please apply for this position over the weekend as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please phone Roger Joseph on 0403321969 Monday - Friday if you are immediately available with relevant experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert.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 Victorian Government Client is looking for an experienced Project Officer, Project Coordinator for an initial 6 month assignment, with great stakeholder engagement skills and has previously worked within a similar role within Government or industry.The ideal candidate will have excellent Project Officer skills and will have knowledge of working within a Government setting and will be happy to carry out both project officer / junior PM duties and administrative tasks on a daily basis. The role will require:Very capable Project Officer, Project Coordinator with excellent stakeholder engagement skills with the ability to carry out daily support and administrative duties.Accurate records management and general administrative skills that align with Government policies and procedures.Excellent database system and IT knowledge.Ownership of administration functions of the team including management of project documentation.Accurate project records; meets tight deadlines and coordinates tasks.Organised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesWilling to WFH 3-4 days and within the CBD office 1-2 days per week(Knowledge of procurement and good with basic accounting would be beneficial) If you are a project officer with excellent stakeholder engagement skills, knowledge of procurement with an interest in working on building projects then please apply now for this initial 6 month + assignment.Please apply for this position over the weekend as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please phone Roger Joseph on 0403321969 Monday - Friday if you are immediately available with relevant experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert.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$800 - AU$900 per day
      • full-time
      Reports Developer - OAC / OBIEE$800 - $900 /dayContract July 2022 - March 2023Government SectorThe OpportunityJoin this leading Government department seeking a BI Reports Developer, particularly with Oracle experience and some exposure to financial data. You will join a dedicated team to build and maintain insightful reports to support the wider government team. Key Skills/ResponsibilitiesYour new role will see youEnd to end development and maintenance of insightful Reports utilising OAC (experience with OAC or OBIEE is highly advantageous)Develop and support Data ModelsContribute to the architecture/design of databasesSQL experienceOracle Data Integrator (ODI) experience (not essential)Interested?Simply click "APPLY" today and submit an updated copy of your Resume. We look forward to receiving your application!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.
      Reports Developer - OAC / OBIEE$800 - $900 /dayContract July 2022 - March 2023Government SectorThe OpportunityJoin this leading Government department seeking a BI Reports Developer, particularly with Oracle experience and some exposure to financial data. You will join a dedicated team to build and maintain insightful reports to support the wider government team. Key Skills/ResponsibilitiesYour new role will see youEnd to end development and maintenance of insightful Reports utilising OAC (experience with OAC or OBIEE is highly advantageous)Develop and support Data ModelsContribute to the architecture/design of databasesSQL experienceOracle Data Integrator (ODI) experience (not essential)Interested?Simply click "APPLY" today and submit an updated copy of your Resume. We look forward to receiving your application!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$63.00 - AU$64.00, per hour, + Super
      • full-time
      This Victorian Government assignment is available for a 3 month + duration with the opportunity of going perm/ extending for the right candidate. (Current contractor loves the role after 9 months + and the client is working to extend them further...)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement and ability to speak and explain issues to internal and external stakeholdersGreat IT / database skills and must be highly organised.A seasoned Facilities Manager who is used to dealing with contractors on a daily basisMust be Melbourne based and have a clean driving licence to attend visits when requiredOrganised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesStrong relationship builderAbility to manage contractors and manage minor capital works projects from $50k - $1mMust have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This Victorian Government assignment is available for a 3 month + duration with the opportunity of going perm/ extending for the right candidate. (Current contractor loves the role after 9 months + and the client is working to extend them further...)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement and ability to speak and explain issues to internal and external stakeholdersGreat IT / database skills and must be highly organised.A seasoned Facilities Manager who is used to dealing with contractors on a daily basisMust be Melbourne based and have a clean driving licence to attend visits when requiredOrganised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesStrong relationship builderAbility to manage contractors and manage minor capital works projects from $50k - $1mMust have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.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$45.00 - AU$55.00, per hour, 10% Super
      • full-time
      Randstad are currently working with a Government Department to find several Project Officers. You will work collaboratively with team members and with stakeholders to drive and deliver executive support, stakeholder engagement, reporting and reporting activities. Manage the coordination, review and approval of papers, presentations, reports, meeting agenda and minutes/actions, correspondence to ensure accuracy and timeliness.Your typical duties may include: Provide key support to program leaders in the management, development, and implementation of various projectsSet clearly defined objectives for projects, lead the review of technical documentation (drawing on expert advice)Provide sound and timely advice to internal and external stakeholders and prepare and present detailed correspondence, minutes, reports, ministerial briefs, cabinet, and agency submissions as required.To be successful, you will possess: Experience in government in a similar roleHigh-level computing skills, including experience with MS Office suite (including excel) Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to prepare clear, concise and accurate written correspondence and reports.Strong stakeholder management experience Please note successful candidates may be required to undergo a police check and hold a valid working with children’s check. Candidates who already hold these will be at an advantage. Please press APPLY NOW or for further information email abbey.morris@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 working with a Government Department to find several Project Officers. You will work collaboratively with team members and with stakeholders to drive and deliver executive support, stakeholder engagement, reporting and reporting activities. Manage the coordination, review and approval of papers, presentations, reports, meeting agenda and minutes/actions, correspondence to ensure accuracy and timeliness.Your typical duties may include: Provide key support to program leaders in the management, development, and implementation of various projectsSet clearly defined objectives for projects, lead the review of technical documentation (drawing on expert advice)Provide sound and timely advice to internal and external stakeholders and prepare and present detailed correspondence, minutes, reports, ministerial briefs, cabinet, and agency submissions as required.To be successful, you will possess: Experience in government in a similar roleHigh-level computing skills, including experience with MS Office suite (including excel) Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to prepare clear, concise and accurate written correspondence and reports.Strong stakeholder management experience Please note successful candidates may be required to undergo a police check and hold a valid working with children’s check. Candidates who already hold these will be at an advantage. Please press APPLY NOW or for further information email abbey.morris@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
      • temporary
      • AU$65.00 - AU$70.00, per hour, + Super
      • full-time
      Our Victorian Government Client is looking for an experienced Project Manager with great stakeholder engagement skills who has ideally worked within a similar role within Government or a similar industry.The ideal candidate will have excellent Project Management skills and will have a great understanding of buildings and will be managing consultants and contractors on a daily basis and managing up to 20 projects at different stages. Projects will range from $100k - $1.5m.This position at the moment is WFH 3-4 days per week with at least 1-2 days in the Melbourne CBD office.The role will require:Very capable Project Manager with excellent stakeholder engagement skills with the ability to speak and explain issues to l personnel and be able to manage consultants.Knowledge of buildings is required Capable in use project management and database systems to record job updatesOrganised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesStrong team playerWFH and office 1-2 days per weekIf you are a project manager with excellent stakeholder engagement skills, knowledge of buildings then please apply now for this initial 6 month + assignment.Please apply for this position over the weekend as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please phone Roger Joseph on 0403321969 Monday - Friday if you are immediately available with relevant experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert.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 Victorian Government Client is looking for an experienced Project Manager with great stakeholder engagement skills who has ideally worked within a similar role within Government or a similar industry.The ideal candidate will have excellent Project Management skills and will have a great understanding of buildings and will be managing consultants and contractors on a daily basis and managing up to 20 projects at different stages. Projects will range from $100k - $1.5m.This position at the moment is WFH 3-4 days per week with at least 1-2 days in the Melbourne CBD office.The role will require:Very capable Project Manager with excellent stakeholder engagement skills with the ability to speak and explain issues to l personnel and be able to manage consultants.Knowledge of buildings is required Capable in use project management and database systems to record job updatesOrganised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesStrong team playerWFH and office 1-2 days per weekIf you are a project manager with excellent stakeholder engagement skills, knowledge of buildings then please apply now for this initial 6 month + assignment.Please apply for this position over the weekend as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please phone Roger Joseph on 0403321969 Monday - Friday if you are immediately available with relevant experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert.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, + 10 % super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking Senior Procurement Project 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 and impacting education in Victoria.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Procurement Project Officers will provide innovative and integrated ICT Systems and information management services and support to a Information Management and Technology Division.What you will need to exceedYou will be able to prepare documentation and manage records and processes.Manage the end to end activities to source IT assets and technology services.Be able to assist in the development of requirements, evaluation criteria and other documents required to supportprocurement events.Provide advice, input and intelligence on lifecycle management activities, along with agreed progress andplanning reporting.Develop policies, systems and processes.Monitor and continuously improve policies by identifying opportunities for process improvement and innovation.Be able to translate business needs into technical requirements.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 Procurement Project 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 and impacting education in Victoria.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Procurement Project Officers will provide innovative and integrated ICT Systems and information management services and support to a Information Management and Technology Division.What you will need to exceedYou will be able to prepare documentation and manage records and processes.Manage the end to end activities to source IT assets and technology services.Be able to assist in the development of requirements, evaluation criteria and other documents required to supportprocurement events.Provide advice, input and intelligence on lifecycle management activities, along with agreed progress andplanning reporting.Develop policies, systems and processes.Monitor and continuously improve policies by identifying opportunities for process improvement and innovation.Be able to translate business needs into technical requirements.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
      • temporary
      • AU$32.00 - AU$35.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      We are opening job opportunities for keen and proactive people that want to get back into the kick of things workwise, and willing to explore and try current job opportunities within the Councils of Victoria. Hop on board and work with us to see what opportunities we can find to best suit your situation and needs. Qualifications: Previous experience in regulatory or similar working environments is desirable.Completion of Certificate IV in Government preferredExperience in dealing with customers and members of publicThe Role: Parking OfficerLocation - Areas based for All VictoriaStart Times: 7am-5pm Shifts (Mon-Sat) - must keep Sat/Sun FreeTemporary Role: 3 Months plus possibility of extension (38hrs a week)Looking for Hard working IndividualKey Responsibilities: Undertaking regular patrols and attend to enforcement of relevant Council Laws and RegistrationTo provide assistance, advise and educate the public to ensure the standard observation and enforcement of Local Laws, Policies and Procedures are applied and followedInvestigate and conducting inspections/enforcement actions in regards to cases and enquiries of the Local lawsHow to be successful?Whether it be you are keen to work or have prior experience in the role, these opportunities are immediate work and a good start for your path either way. The successful candidate will need to understand and demonstrate:Top-shelf customer serviceProactive versatility when it comes to compliance and work ethic through experience and attitude - it is a requirement and adds bonus value to yourself as individuals and the Local Council that you could work for.Note: While experience and qualifications are viable and important, we also value dedication, commitment, cooperation and genuinity. How to apply: If you’re interested in the following roles, please call, email or text message, and we can have a chat to discuss these immediate opportunities and work on getting you a job that best suits your current circumstances and considerations. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. If you have a cover letter - please outline the following - skills, suitability, and motivations for the role. And then get ready for a chat.If you want to contact me directly for any questions or queries that you may have, please email me at hillary.wealprasert@randstad.com.au or call 0439 195 999. 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.
      We are opening job opportunities for keen and proactive people that want to get back into the kick of things workwise, and willing to explore and try current job opportunities within the Councils of Victoria. Hop on board and work with us to see what opportunities we can find to best suit your situation and needs. Qualifications: Previous experience in regulatory or similar working environments is desirable.Completion of Certificate IV in Government preferredExperience in dealing with customers and members of publicThe Role: Parking OfficerLocation - Areas based for All VictoriaStart Times: 7am-5pm Shifts (Mon-Sat) - must keep Sat/Sun FreeTemporary Role: 3 Months plus possibility of extension (38hrs a week)Looking for Hard working IndividualKey Responsibilities: Undertaking regular patrols and attend to enforcement of relevant Council Laws and RegistrationTo provide assistance, advise and educate the public to ensure the standard observation and enforcement of Local Laws, Policies and Procedures are applied and followedInvestigate and conducting inspections/enforcement actions in regards to cases and enquiries of the Local lawsHow to be successful?Whether it be you are keen to work or have prior experience in the role, these opportunities are immediate work and a good start for your path either way. The successful candidate will need to understand and demonstrate:Top-shelf customer serviceProactive versatility when it comes to compliance and work ethic through experience and attitude - it is a requirement and adds bonus value to yourself as individuals and the Local Council that you could work for.Note: While experience and qualifications are viable and important, we also value dedication, commitment, cooperation and genuinity. How to apply: If you’re interested in the following roles, please call, email or text message, and we can have a chat to discuss these immediate opportunities and work on getting you a job that best suits your current circumstances and considerations. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. If you have a cover letter - please outline the following - skills, suitability, and motivations for the role. And then get ready for a chat.If you want to contact me directly for any questions or queries that you may have, please email me at hillary.wealprasert@randstad.com.au or call 0439 195 999. 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, + 10 % super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking Senior Policy Advisers 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 and impacting education in Victoria. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Policy Advisor will lead and contribute to strategic projects at every stage of the policy cycle, including research, analysis, development of options, preparation of reports and advice, and implementation support.What you will need to exceedYou will have excellent conceptual and policy skills to undertake complex policy analysis.You will collaborate effectively across the Department and with external stakeholders to build support and ensure diverse perspectives inform recommendations.Confident project planning and management to ensure delivery within often changing circumstances.Experience in strategic projects at every stage of the policy cycle, including research, analysis, development of options, preparation of reports and advice, and implementation support.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 Advisers 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 and impacting education in Victoria. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Policy Advisor will lead and contribute to strategic projects at every stage of the policy cycle, including research, analysis, development of options, preparation of reports and advice, and implementation support.What you will need to exceedYou will have excellent conceptual and policy skills to undertake complex policy analysis.You will collaborate effectively across the Department and with external stakeholders to build support and ensure diverse perspectives inform recommendations.Confident project planning and management to ensure delivery within often changing circumstances.Experience in strategic projects at every stage of the policy cycle, including research, analysis, development of options, preparation of reports and advice, and implementation support.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$63.00 - AU$64.00, per hour, + Super
      • full-time
      This Victorian Government assignment is available for a 3 month + duration with the opportunity of going perm/ extending for the right candidate. (Current contractor loves the role after 9 months + and the client is working to extend them further...)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement and ability to speak and explain issues to internal and external stakeholdersGreat IT / database skills and must be highly organised.A seasoned Facilities Manager who is used to dealing with contractors on a daily basisA background in mechanical services, bms management and HVAC would be great.Must be Melbourne based and have a clean driving licence to attend visits when requiredOrganised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesStrong relationship builderAbility to manage contractors and manage minor capital works projects from $50k - $1mMust have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This Victorian Government assignment is available for a 3 month + duration with the opportunity of going perm/ extending for the right candidate. (Current contractor loves the role after 9 months + and the client is working to extend them further...)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement and ability to speak and explain issues to internal and external stakeholdersGreat IT / database skills and must be highly organised.A seasoned Facilities Manager who is used to dealing with contractors on a daily basisA background in mechanical services, bms management and HVAC would be great.Must be Melbourne based and have a clean driving licence to attend visits when requiredOrganised, and can critically review processes for improvement opportunitiesStrong relationship builderAbility to manage contractors and manage minor capital works projects from $50k - $1mMust have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.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
      • temporary
      • AU$42.54 - AU$53.63, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      The Performance and Talent Officer will undertake: planning, reporting, performanceanalysis and project coordination activities and tasks using available information where options are not always evident.The position will be required to perform procedural, clerical, administrative and operational tasks thatsupports and contributes to the Organisations objectives.Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:Overseeing the delivery and continuous improvement of Recognition ProgramPromoting awareness and growth of the Everyday Recognition and the Annual Light Up Awards.Coordinating end to end Annual Awards Project Plan including, communicating, managing and driving nominations, judging panels, organising events and embedding a culture of continuous improvement.Overseeing the Recognition Communication Plan, and ensuring all relevant communication channels are updated including intranet, guides, resources and tools.Responding to recognition related queries, through business systems and the Light Up Key skills required: Meet and exceed internal or external stakeholder expectations while cultivating relationships that secure commitment and trust.A strong attention to detail.Effectively manage multiple priorities and display strong management skills to ensure that work is completed efficiently.Ability to actively identify key areas for continuous improvement.Desirable skills:Prior experience working with Learning Management Systems (LMS).Prior experience drafting communications and managing a communication engagement plan.Strong excel and reporting skills.What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience as a People and Culture officer/ coordinator. You are passionate, vibrant and a self-starter, always wanting to build relationships and engaging with different stakeholders within the organisation. Degree in HR is preferred. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this role, apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at https://www.randstad.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If you have any questions before applying, contact Yasmin Fakhry yasmin.fakhry@randstad.com.au for further information. If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting As soon as possible. So don’t wait too long to apply.This will be a position that has a lot of flexibility in terms of working from home options.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 Performance and Talent Officer will undertake: planning, reporting, performanceanalysis and project coordination activities and tasks using available information where options are not always evident.The position will be required to perform procedural, clerical, administrative and operational tasks thatsupports and contributes to the Organisations objectives.Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:Overseeing the delivery and continuous improvement of Recognition ProgramPromoting awareness and growth of the Everyday Recognition and the Annual Light Up Awards.Coordinating end to end Annual Awards Project Plan including, communicating, managing and driving nominations, judging panels, organising events and embedding a culture of continuous improvement.Overseeing the Recognition Communication Plan, and ensuring all relevant communication channels are updated including intranet, guides, resources and tools.Responding to recognition related queries, through business systems and the Light Up Key skills required: Meet and exceed internal or external stakeholder expectations while cultivating relationships that secure commitment and trust.A strong attention to detail.Effectively manage multiple priorities and display strong management skills to ensure that work is completed efficiently.Ability to actively identify key areas for continuous improvement.Desirable skills:Prior experience working with Learning Management Systems (LMS).Prior experience drafting communications and managing a communication engagement plan.Strong excel and reporting skills.What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience as a People and Culture officer/ coordinator. You are passionate, vibrant and a self-starter, always wanting to build relationships and engaging with different stakeholders within the organisation. Degree in HR is preferred. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this role, apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at https://www.randstad.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If you have any questions before applying, contact Yasmin Fakhry yasmin.fakhry@randstad.com.au for further information. If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting As soon as possible. So don’t wait too long to apply.This will be a position that has a lot of flexibility in terms of working from home options.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$79.64 - AU$106.57, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking Project Manager 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 and impacting recovery coordination for Victoria. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Manager will collaborate internally and across government to manage effectiveimplementation of the Recovery Entity Establishment Project. As a Project Manager, you will work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment to deliver high quality results, and manage project delivery and risk across several workstreams including the new entity operating model, workforce planning, communication, and stakeholder engagement. You will have a highly developed understanding of end-to-end project cycle management, stakeholder engagement and communication and contribute to a positive workplace culture and build relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.What you will need to exceedYou will have strong communication, policy, legislative and regulatory design, and stakeholder management skills.Be able to Manage project delivery to implement and develop approved plans and strategies within specifiedparameters, timeframes and reporting requirements to meet commitments including those ofrelevant working and governance arrangements.Be able to execute work tasks against plan; prioritises tasks in line with risk analysis.Be able to identify, evaluate, and critically analyse highly complex and sensitive issues, providing timely,expert information and advice to executive management.Have the ability to coordinate, liaise and manage across workstreams associated with developing the operatingmodel and change management plan, as well internal and external stakeholder engagement.Lead and contribute to the development and implementation of strategies and plans.Be able to support, develop and mentor any direct reports ensuring that project objectives arecommunicated and implemented effectively and appropriately.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 Manager 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 and impacting recovery coordination for Victoria. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Manager will collaborate internally and across government to manage effectiveimplementation of the Recovery Entity Establishment Project. As a Project Manager, you will work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment to deliver high quality results, and manage project delivery and risk across several workstreams including the new entity operating model, workforce planning, communication, and stakeholder engagement. You will have a highly developed understanding of end-to-end project cycle management, stakeholder engagement and communication and contribute to a positive workplace culture and build relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.What you will need to exceedYou will have strong communication, policy, legislative and regulatory design, and stakeholder management skills.Be able to Manage project delivery to implement and develop approved plans and strategies within specifiedparameters, timeframes and reporting requirements to meet commitments including those ofrelevant working and governance arrangements.Be able to execute work tasks against plan; prioritises tasks in line with risk analysis.Be able to identify, evaluate, and critically analyse highly complex and sensitive issues, providing timely,expert information and advice to executive management.Have the ability to coordinate, liaise and manage across workstreams associated with developing the operatingmodel and change management plan, as well internal and external stakeholder engagement.Lead and contribute to the development and implementation of strategies and plans.Be able to support, develop and mentor any direct reports ensuring that project objectives arecommunicated and implemented effectively and appropriately.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$45.00 - AU$55.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Our ClientRandstad has partnered with a Federal Government department intent on enhancing Australia’s agriculture, environment, heritage and water resources through regulation and partnership. You will be specifically working within the division which focuses on making Australia’s agricultural, food and fibre industries more globally competitive and profitable.About your new roleThis department is after a Policy Officer with a sound understanding of policy, analysis and research capabilities, experienced in liaising with stakeholders, and a confident relationship builder. You will be working closely within your team to support and assist in the creation of policy and legislation related to the imposition of levies and collection of levy funds. Stronger candidates will be those with strong verbal and written communication skills, the ability to problem solve effectively and collaboratively, and be able to manage expectations working toward a deadline. The ideal candidate will be able to:Support the preparation of reports and policy discussion papers for reviewResearch and analyse complex information to inform decisionsReview existing legislation and historical levies policies to help craft the new legislative frameworkEffectively prioritise a range of tasks to ensure maximum efficiencySupport the preparation of drafting instructions for the Office of Parliamentary CouncilDesirableExperience in working for GovernmentExperience in Agricultural SectorInterested? Next StepsIf you are currently searching for your next challenge and believe that this role is something you would be suited to 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 ClientRandstad has partnered with a Federal Government department intent on enhancing Australia’s agriculture, environment, heritage and water resources through regulation and partnership. You will be specifically working within the division which focuses on making Australia’s agricultural, food and fibre industries more globally competitive and profitable.About your new roleThis department is after a Policy Officer with a sound understanding of policy, analysis and research capabilities, experienced in liaising with stakeholders, and a confident relationship builder. You will be working closely within your team to support and assist in the creation of policy and legislation related to the imposition of levies and collection of levy funds. Stronger candidates will be those with strong verbal and written communication skills, the ability to problem solve effectively and collaboratively, and be able to manage expectations working toward a deadline. The ideal candidate will be able to:Support the preparation of reports and policy discussion papers for reviewResearch and analyse complex information to inform decisionsReview existing legislation and historical levies policies to help craft the new legislative frameworkEffectively prioritise a range of tasks to ensure maximum efficiencySupport the preparation of drafting instructions for the Office of Parliamentary CouncilDesirableExperience in working for GovernmentExperience in Agricultural SectorInterested? Next StepsIf you are currently searching for your next challenge and believe that this role is something you would be suited to 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.
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