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      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000, per year, plus super
      • full-time
      Our ClientOur client is a small boutique law firm located a short walk from Wynyard station and are renowned in the market for their extremely wealthy clients, exceptional service and bespoke legal solutions. The RoleAn exciting opportunity has arisen for a proactive and engaging Legal Secretary to join this small, high performing team and support their nurturing and supportive Managing Partner. As a Legal Secretary, you will be responsible for: Diary and calendar managementDrafting, amending and finalising complex legal documentsDeveloping and maintaining relationships with both internal and external stakeholdersProviding updates to clients on behalf of the Managing PartnerAnswering phones and emailsDay-to-day office management, including ordering stationery and booking facilities maintenanceOther administration tasks, as requiredBenefitsShort walk to Wynyard station, Westfields, Met Centre as well as nearby cafes, gyms and restaurantsClose knit and supportive environmentWork with exciting clients on high net-worth mattersRegular team outings and activitiesAbout YouPrior experience as a Legal Secretary, Legal Assistant or Executive AssistantPrior experience using Practice Evolve or a similar DMSAdvanced MS Office knowledgeThe ability to work in a fast paced environmentA personable and engaging personality with a natural ability to build relationshipsTo be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson at jessika.anderson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our ClientOur client is a small boutique law firm located a short walk from Wynyard station and are renowned in the market for their extremely wealthy clients, exceptional service and bespoke legal solutions. The RoleAn exciting opportunity has arisen for a proactive and engaging Legal Secretary to join this small, high performing team and support their nurturing and supportive Managing Partner. As a Legal Secretary, you will be responsible for: Diary and calendar managementDrafting, amending and finalising complex legal documentsDeveloping and maintaining relationships with both internal and external stakeholdersProviding updates to clients on behalf of the Managing PartnerAnswering phones and emailsDay-to-day office management, including ordering stationery and booking facilities maintenanceOther administration tasks, as requiredBenefitsShort walk to Wynyard station, Westfields, Met Centre as well as nearby cafes, gyms and restaurantsClose knit and supportive environmentWork with exciting clients on high net-worth mattersRegular team outings and activitiesAbout YouPrior experience as a Legal Secretary, Legal Assistant or Executive AssistantPrior experience using Practice Evolve or a similar DMSAdvanced MS Office knowledgeThe ability to work in a fast paced environmentA personable and engaging personality with a natural ability to build relationshipsTo be considered for this opportunity, please hit APPLY NOW or contact Jessika Anderson at jessika.anderson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$500 - AU$750 per day
      • full-time
      About the role:The Tax Manager is responsible for Group Tax Reporting to Parent Company: quarterly tax effect accounting and commentary, month end income tax calculations. This is a 12-14 month contract position covering parental leave. Key accountability's of the Tax Manager include: tax effect accounting, tax reporting, preparing tax calculations, tax notes and statutory notes. Located in Sydney CBD, the position is flexible working up to 3 days per week at home. About you:To be success for the position you will have previous experience working as a Tax Manager along with the following:CA, CPA, Masters of Tax or Law desirable but not requiredExcellent understanding of the principles and practice of corporate taxation in Australia;A strong understanding of tax effect accounting for large businessKnowledge of employment tax and fringe benefits would be beneficialExcellent project management to manage the tax compliance and reporting processesIf you are interested in this position and you feel like your skills and experience match the role, please apply within. For any questions please contact lara.drinnan@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.
      About the role:The Tax Manager is responsible for Group Tax Reporting to Parent Company: quarterly tax effect accounting and commentary, month end income tax calculations. This is a 12-14 month contract position covering parental leave. Key accountability's of the Tax Manager include: tax effect accounting, tax reporting, preparing tax calculations, tax notes and statutory notes. Located in Sydney CBD, the position is flexible working up to 3 days per week at home. About you:To be success for the position you will have previous experience working as a Tax Manager along with the following:CA, CPA, Masters of Tax or Law desirable but not requiredExcellent understanding of the principles and practice of corporate taxation in Australia;A strong understanding of tax effect accounting for large businessKnowledge of employment tax and fringe benefits would be beneficialExcellent project management to manage the tax compliance and reporting processesIf you are interested in this position and you feel like your skills and experience match the role, please apply within. For any questions please contact lara.drinnan@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.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      We are looking for a Compliance Officer to join NSW Government for a 12 month contract!$54 - $58 + SuperLocated in Parramatta12 month contract About the roleYou will assist with the delivery of high quality compliance monitoring and regulation of state significant development projects in NSW. This is to ensure the Department’s objectives for best practice planning approval, environmental management and compliance requirements are met. Key Accountabilities You will contribute to and undertake the compliance regulatory functions, which include; Desktop reviewsSite inspectionsInvestigationsAppropriate enforcement actionThe role will also include preparing related correspondence and documentation in accordance with the Department’s Compliance Policy. You will review post approval reports and prepare related correspondence. You will also assist with the development and maintenance of systems, policies and processes. Key challenges Undertake compliance work including follow up actions and respond to enquiries in a timely manner within applicable legislative, regulatory and policy frameworks Identify and contribute to the resolution of new and emerging issues in a dynamic and complex environment Ability to interpret technical information and deliver to stakeholders into a user-friendly manner Key knowledge and experience Demonstrated knowledge of relevant environmental and planning legislation and processes Relevant university degree qualification or industry experience (eg: law, planning, building surveying, environmental science) Good computer skills Good communication and analytical skills. Able to work collaboratively both internally and externally Willingness to travel and (minimum) Class C Driver’s LicenceAt 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 looking for a Compliance Officer to join NSW Government for a 12 month contract!$54 - $58 + SuperLocated in Parramatta12 month contract About the roleYou will assist with the delivery of high quality compliance monitoring and regulation of state significant development projects in NSW. This is to ensure the Department’s objectives for best practice planning approval, environmental management and compliance requirements are met. Key Accountabilities You will contribute to and undertake the compliance regulatory functions, which include; Desktop reviewsSite inspectionsInvestigationsAppropriate enforcement actionThe role will also include preparing related correspondence and documentation in accordance with the Department’s Compliance Policy. You will review post approval reports and prepare related correspondence. You will also assist with the development and maintenance of systems, policies and processes. Key challenges Undertake compliance work including follow up actions and respond to enquiries in a timely manner within applicable legislative, regulatory and policy frameworks Identify and contribute to the resolution of new and emerging issues in a dynamic and complex environment Ability to interpret technical information and deliver to stakeholders into a user-friendly manner Key knowledge and experience Demonstrated knowledge of relevant environmental and planning legislation and processes Relevant university degree qualification or industry experience (eg: law, planning, building surveying, environmental science) Good computer skills Good communication and analytical skills. Able to work collaboratively both internally and externally Willingness to travel and (minimum) Class C Driver’s LicenceAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      AML / CTF Investigator 12 month FTC (view to extend)Sydney basedFlexible working, WFH options70K - 90K package Taking on the role of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) / Counter Terrorism Financing (CTF) Investigator on a fixed term contract, you will support the team through a busy period, focused on investigating and reporting on financial crime. This role is critical in the fight against financial crime, providing the regulator with intelligence.This opportunity will enable you to gain experience in a range of financial crime risk types, collaborating across regions and countries in a leading Compliance function. The 12-month role would be ideal for someone either between contracts or finishing a contract, wanting to further develop their experience in AML/CTF investigations and regulatory reporting and/or try the corporate world if currently in the public service. As with all fixed term contracts, the arrangement will be reviewed towards its completion, with the option to explore other potential roles within the bank.Your main responsibilities will include:Conducting thorough and timely investigations of assigned cases, including automated transaction monitoring alerts, name screening alerts and Unusual Activity Reports.Writing high quality investigation reports and maintaining records in case management systems.Providing justified recommendations at the conclusion of each investigation, to the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) delegate regarding the necessity to file Suspicious Matter Reports (SMR).Identifying possible violations of law or regulation (e.g., structuring of transactions, unusual international wire transfer activity through high risk countries, foreign corruption).Escalation of investigations (via the appropriate channel) to relevant internal departments for further consideration.Proactively seeking opportunities to simplify and drive continuous improvement whilst ensuring the standard and quality of investigations is of a strong and consistent nature. Qualifications To be successful in this role, you will need:Experience in Financial Crime Compliance, undertaking investigations/ analysis to customer activity with the ability to draw inferences from the informationExperience in transactional analysis, providing the ability to recognise unusual financial activitiesExperience in a banking or financial services organisation desirableExperience writing and compiling reports and /or SMRs reportingAbility to work independently with minimal supervisionStrong verbal communication and interpersonal skills with the capability to share information in a clear concise manner Why choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to the Banking and Financial Services sector. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process, which will include an assessment centre. We will advise you each step of the way. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.For further information, please email charlotte.keilbart@randstad.com.au or apply directly.
      AML / CTF Investigator 12 month FTC (view to extend)Sydney basedFlexible working, WFH options70K - 90K package Taking on the role of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) / Counter Terrorism Financing (CTF) Investigator on a fixed term contract, you will support the team through a busy period, focused on investigating and reporting on financial crime. This role is critical in the fight against financial crime, providing the regulator with intelligence.This opportunity will enable you to gain experience in a range of financial crime risk types, collaborating across regions and countries in a leading Compliance function. The 12-month role would be ideal for someone either between contracts or finishing a contract, wanting to further develop their experience in AML/CTF investigations and regulatory reporting and/or try the corporate world if currently in the public service. As with all fixed term contracts, the arrangement will be reviewed towards its completion, with the option to explore other potential roles within the bank.Your main responsibilities will include:Conducting thorough and timely investigations of assigned cases, including automated transaction monitoring alerts, name screening alerts and Unusual Activity Reports.Writing high quality investigation reports and maintaining records in case management systems.Providing justified recommendations at the conclusion of each investigation, to the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) delegate regarding the necessity to file Suspicious Matter Reports (SMR).Identifying possible violations of law or regulation (e.g., structuring of transactions, unusual international wire transfer activity through high risk countries, foreign corruption).Escalation of investigations (via the appropriate channel) to relevant internal departments for further consideration.Proactively seeking opportunities to simplify and drive continuous improvement whilst ensuring the standard and quality of investigations is of a strong and consistent nature. Qualifications To be successful in this role, you will need:Experience in Financial Crime Compliance, undertaking investigations/ analysis to customer activity with the ability to draw inferences from the informationExperience in transactional analysis, providing the ability to recognise unusual financial activitiesExperience in a banking or financial services organisation desirableExperience writing and compiling reports and /or SMRs reportingAbility to work independently with minimal supervisionStrong verbal communication and interpersonal skills with the capability to share information in a clear concise manner Why choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to the Banking and Financial Services sector. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process, which will include an assessment centre. We will advise you each step of the way. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.For further information, please email charlotte.keilbart@randstad.com.au or apply directly.

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