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      • parramatta, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$55.00 - AU$60.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      About the role:As a Case Management Officer, your role will be responsible for managing, progressing and resolving matters without the need to progress to a hearing or conciliation.Undertaking end to end case management activities.Resolving matters through case management of applications, in line with legislative requirements.Undertaking case management of low to moderately complex matters and analysing to develop options for early resolution.Obtaining necessary information and advice to effectively resolve matters.Applying alternate dispute resolution methods and advocacy skills to resolving applications/reviews.Attending Case Conferences, Conciliations and Hearings as required..Preparing documents detailing resolution options and outcomes at meetings.Assessing and responding to priorities and risks.Preparing and maintaining electronic record keeping, including evidence supporting decision- making processes and justifying conclusions reached during the case management process.Your profile will demonstrate:Demonstrated experience in a similar roleLegal experience is highly regardedIntermediate to advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, CRM, etc.)Excellent communication and liaison skills (written and verbal)Australian citizenshipBenefits:Join a large organisation with growth opportunitiesGrow your career in the public sectorWork as part of a diverse workforce If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply immediately*.*Please note that all positions within the federal government will require Australian citizenship, a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. 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:As a Case Management Officer, your role will be responsible for managing, progressing and resolving matters without the need to progress to a hearing or conciliation.Undertaking end to end case management activities.Resolving matters through case management of applications, in line with legislative requirements.Undertaking case management of low to moderately complex matters and analysing to develop options for early resolution.Obtaining necessary information and advice to effectively resolve matters.Applying alternate dispute resolution methods and advocacy skills to resolving applications/reviews.Attending Case Conferences, Conciliations and Hearings as required..Preparing documents detailing resolution options and outcomes at meetings.Assessing and responding to priorities and risks.Preparing and maintaining electronic record keeping, including evidence supporting decision- making processes and justifying conclusions reached during the case management process.Your profile will demonstrate:Demonstrated experience in a similar roleLegal experience is highly regardedIntermediate to advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, CRM, etc.)Excellent communication and liaison skills (written and verbal)Australian citizenshipBenefits:Join a large organisation with growth opportunitiesGrow your career in the public sectorWork as part of a diverse workforce If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply immediately*.*Please note that all positions within the federal government will require Australian citizenship, a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$1,100 - AU$1,300 per day
      • full-time
      Senior Project Manager opportunities at a top tier Financial Services company to work within a Financial Markets Regulatory Portfolio.The project goes for 12+ months and there is plenty of work in the pipeline so good chance of extension. Depending on your strengths and preferences projects you could working on could be: MiFID, PreTrade, Regulatory Reporting or Remediation.These roles are on the business side including projects implementing system changes. Key stakeholders: product, marketing, distribution, legal, compliance, change management and IT.Opportunities / Benefits:Working in a Top Tier Financial Services Company6 to 9 month initial contract opportunity with a very good chance of extensionFlexible working hours and work life balanceEssential Skills and Experience:5+years BUSINESS PROJECT MANAGER i.e. directly liaising with product, marketing, distribution, legal, change management & ITMUST HAVE FINANCIAL MARKETS / INVESTMENT BANKING ideally DerivativesIMPLEMENTING SYSTEM CHANGESIdeally regulatory projects such as MiFID or Dodd Frank or EMIR or BREXIT etcDesirable Skills and Experience:Agile and WaterfallBusiness, Accounting or IT related tertiary qualificationTo apply online please click on the appropriate linkAt 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 Project Manager opportunities at a top tier Financial Services company to work within a Financial Markets Regulatory Portfolio.The project goes for 12+ months and there is plenty of work in the pipeline so good chance of extension. Depending on your strengths and preferences projects you could working on could be: MiFID, PreTrade, Regulatory Reporting or Remediation.These roles are on the business side including projects implementing system changes. Key stakeholders: product, marketing, distribution, legal, compliance, change management and IT.Opportunities / Benefits:Working in a Top Tier Financial Services Company6 to 9 month initial contract opportunity with a very good chance of extensionFlexible working hours and work life balanceEssential Skills and Experience:5+years BUSINESS PROJECT MANAGER i.e. directly liaising with product, marketing, distribution, legal, change management & ITMUST HAVE FINANCIAL MARKETS / INVESTMENT BANKING ideally DerivativesIMPLEMENTING SYSTEM CHANGESIdeally regulatory projects such as MiFID or Dodd Frank or EMIR or BREXIT etcDesirable Skills and Experience:Agile and WaterfallBusiness, Accounting or IT related tertiary qualificationTo apply online please click on the appropriate linkAt 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
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$200,000, per year, super + bonus
      • full-time
      Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries and is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.Fitch Ratings’ Corporate group provides public and private ratings of companies and their debt instruments, on both the international and national rating scale. Debt instruments include bank loans, senior and subordinated debt, commercial paper and preferred stock. The Corporate ratings analytical methodology addresses the legal, regulatory and market environments in over 100 countries in which Fitch Ratings operates, with particular emphasis on debt structure. Corporates group analysts continually expand and deepen their research, combining industry expertise with the finest analytical tools to offer well-informed and timely judgments. Analysts are readily available and responsive to investors. Through our structure, our people and our process, the Corporates group provides broad coverage and exceptional service. You will take lead analytical responsibility for a varied portfolio of corporate issuers primarily Australian, across Industrials, Property & Real Estate / Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified Manufacturing. You will take the lead in meeting and appraising debt issuers in the sector and then present and discuss your recommendations to a rating committee; you will also be responsible for presenting them effectively and in an incisive manner to external parties. Additional analytical focus will comprise ad hoc sector commentaries, detailed thematic sector research reports and rating actions to events of the day. The role also involves outreach meetings with investors and intermediaries and will entail some travel. The successful candidate will also be expected to support the team as and when required and support the maintenance of regional sector databases and financial models. The portfolio of primary coverage can be around 10-12 entities in total plus back-up analytical coverage on a similar number of rated entities. Experience, Qualifications & Skills:A minimum of 6 years’ experience in credit or analytical role is required in order to be successful; Specific experience within any of the following sectors is required for aspirational Director level candidates: Industrials, Property & Real Estate/ Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified ManufacturingRecent financial modelling experience is essentialFamiliarity in Fitch's criteria and methodology would be highly beneficialMust be experienced and comfortable presenting analysis to and liaising with C-suite executives; and also dealing with media queriesExperience with reviewing legal documentation associated with cross border capital markets issuance is preferredFinancial based professional qualification such as CFA/CPA/CIMA is essential for aspirational Director level candidatesFluent English, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills, are essentialExcellent communication skills, particularly in the context of report writing and oral presentationStrong team player and possess excellent inter-personal skills, with an ability to integrate quickly into an established team and to deal with colleagues and external parties across the Asia-Pacific region.Self-starter. The candidate will be expected to show initiative as well as managing and prioritising his/her time and work both independently and as part of a small teamTo enquire further, please submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our RANDSTAD website at www.randstad.com.au/apply reference 90M0468837. Confidentiality is assured.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.
      Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries and is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.Fitch Ratings’ Corporate group provides public and private ratings of companies and their debt instruments, on both the international and national rating scale. Debt instruments include bank loans, senior and subordinated debt, commercial paper and preferred stock. The Corporate ratings analytical methodology addresses the legal, regulatory and market environments in over 100 countries in which Fitch Ratings operates, with particular emphasis on debt structure. Corporates group analysts continually expand and deepen their research, combining industry expertise with the finest analytical tools to offer well-informed and timely judgments. Analysts are readily available and responsive to investors. Through our structure, our people and our process, the Corporates group provides broad coverage and exceptional service. You will take lead analytical responsibility for a varied portfolio of corporate issuers primarily Australian, across Industrials, Property & Real Estate / Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified Manufacturing. You will take the lead in meeting and appraising debt issuers in the sector and then present and discuss your recommendations to a rating committee; you will also be responsible for presenting them effectively and in an incisive manner to external parties. Additional analytical focus will comprise ad hoc sector commentaries, detailed thematic sector research reports and rating actions to events of the day. The role also involves outreach meetings with investors and intermediaries and will entail some travel. The successful candidate will also be expected to support the team as and when required and support the maintenance of regional sector databases and financial models. The portfolio of primary coverage can be around 10-12 entities in total plus back-up analytical coverage on a similar number of rated entities. Experience, Qualifications & Skills:A minimum of 6 years’ experience in credit or analytical role is required in order to be successful; Specific experience within any of the following sectors is required for aspirational Director level candidates: Industrials, Property & Real Estate/ Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified ManufacturingRecent financial modelling experience is essentialFamiliarity in Fitch's criteria and methodology would be highly beneficialMust be experienced and comfortable presenting analysis to and liaising with C-suite executives; and also dealing with media queriesExperience with reviewing legal documentation associated with cross border capital markets issuance is preferredFinancial based professional qualification such as CFA/CPA/CIMA is essential for aspirational Director level candidatesFluent English, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills, are essentialExcellent communication skills, particularly in the context of report writing and oral presentationStrong team player and possess excellent inter-personal skills, with an ability to integrate quickly into an established team and to deal with colleagues and external parties across the Asia-Pacific region.Self-starter. The candidate will be expected to show initiative as well as managing and prioritising his/her time and work both independently and as part of a small teamTo enquire further, please submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our RANDSTAD website at www.randstad.com.au/apply reference 90M0468837. Confidentiality is assured.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.
      • hurstville, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      This role is responsible for the sourcing either permanent or temporary/contract placements in the Industrial sector; covering a limited number of mid to high job profiles and focusing on a limited number of clients. Company Benefits:Work for one of the most successful recruitment agencies worldwideCareer progression & growthQuarterly & annual awardsJoin a fun & vibrant teamCompetitive salary & commission structure To achieve business targets through:Developing and managing a defined client and candidate baseDelivering high quality recruitment and consultancy services to clientsCompliance with legal & company policies and reporting processesThe main accountability areas for the role:Client management Recruitment and candidate managementAdministration and reportingTo be successful for this role:Must be an australian resident Must have a current drivers licenceExperience in recruitment or a similar role desirable Please click the ‘Apply’ button below or forward your CV to brittany.casey@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.
      This role is responsible for the sourcing either permanent or temporary/contract placements in the Industrial sector; covering a limited number of mid to high job profiles and focusing on a limited number of clients. Company Benefits:Work for one of the most successful recruitment agencies worldwideCareer progression & growthQuarterly & annual awardsJoin a fun & vibrant teamCompetitive salary & commission structure To achieve business targets through:Developing and managing a defined client and candidate baseDelivering high quality recruitment and consultancy services to clientsCompliance with legal & company policies and reporting processesThe main accountability areas for the role:Client management Recruitment and candidate managementAdministration and reportingTo be successful for this role:Must be an australian resident Must have a current drivers licenceExperience in recruitment or a similar role desirable Please click the ‘Apply’ button below or forward your CV to brittany.casey@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
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Responsibilities:Manage the implementation of all aspects of the risk function, including implementation of processes, tools and systems to identify, assess, measure, manage, monitor and report risksEnable the internal audit function, including liaising with outsourced internal auditors and managers and employees across the organisation involved in internal audits, quality assuring draft reports and management responses and following up on management actions and drafting related papers and other documentationPartner with business areas to ensure there are effective systems for fraud prevention, detection, investigation and also awareness of effective fraud management Manage the operation of the Audit, Risk and Finance committee, including preparation of agendas, maintaining ARF committee documents and records, managing the preparation of papers, coordinating, drafting and compiling papers for meetings, preparing notes for the Chair and minutes of meetingsMaintain and enhance corporate policy framework, including tracking the status of corporate policies to enable reporting to the executive, quality assuring, reviewing and drafting corporate policies and procedures Requirements/not all required:Well-developed knowledge of some or all of the following areas: corporate risk management, fraud prevention, internal audit, and securityHigh level written and oral communication skills and the ability to draft concise, high-quality documents and briefingsProven ability to develop and maintain good relationships with diverse internal and external stakeholder groups and individualsExperience in a secretariat context, including drafting papers on complex topics, as well as minute taking and other related dutiesExperience working with highly sensitive information, maintaining a high level of security, confidentiality and discretionThe ability to work accurately and efficiently under tight timelines in a small team environment with limited supervision If this role sounds like you, please call Sarah Croke on 0477 696 046 / sarah.croke@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.
      Responsibilities:Manage the implementation of all aspects of the risk function, including implementation of processes, tools and systems to identify, assess, measure, manage, monitor and report risksEnable the internal audit function, including liaising with outsourced internal auditors and managers and employees across the organisation involved in internal audits, quality assuring draft reports and management responses and following up on management actions and drafting related papers and other documentationPartner with business areas to ensure there are effective systems for fraud prevention, detection, investigation and also awareness of effective fraud management Manage the operation of the Audit, Risk and Finance committee, including preparation of agendas, maintaining ARF committee documents and records, managing the preparation of papers, coordinating, drafting and compiling papers for meetings, preparing notes for the Chair and minutes of meetingsMaintain and enhance corporate policy framework, including tracking the status of corporate policies to enable reporting to the executive, quality assuring, reviewing and drafting corporate policies and procedures Requirements/not all required:Well-developed knowledge of some or all of the following areas: corporate risk management, fraud prevention, internal audit, and securityHigh level written and oral communication skills and the ability to draft concise, high-quality documents and briefingsProven ability to develop and maintain good relationships with diverse internal and external stakeholder groups and individualsExperience in a secretariat context, including drafting papers on complex topics, as well as minute taking and other related dutiesExperience working with highly sensitive information, maintaining a high level of security, confidentiality and discretionThe ability to work accurately and efficiently under tight timelines in a small team environment with limited supervision If this role sounds like you, please call Sarah Croke on 0477 696 046 / sarah.croke@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
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, salary negotiable based on experience
      • full-time
      Grow your career with a market-leading FMCG manufacturing companyFull-time position available for an immediate startCompetitive salary package and progression opportunitiesThe Role:Implement, maintain and review Health & Safety program to ensure legal and business requirements are metAssist with data collection, analysis, review and reporting of data relevant to HSEReview and maintain incident reports and promote safe work environment on siteManage hazard registers and undertake all risk assessments on siteLaunch OH&S investigations by root cause analysisLiaise with internal stakeholders in continuously improve HSE processesCoordinate all safety training for production staffEnsure all line managers and their teams meet the relevant HSE requirements About YouQualification in Health and Safety or related field essentialPrevious experience in food & beverage manufacturing highly desirableHigh attention to detail and able to work autonomouslyMinimum of 2 to 5 years experience in a similar roleAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Grow your career with a market-leading FMCG manufacturing companyFull-time position available for an immediate startCompetitive salary package and progression opportunitiesThe Role:Implement, maintain and review Health & Safety program to ensure legal and business requirements are metAssist with data collection, analysis, review and reporting of data relevant to HSEReview and maintain incident reports and promote safe work environment on siteManage hazard registers and undertake all risk assessments on siteLaunch OH&S investigations by root cause analysisLiaise with internal stakeholders in continuously improve HSE processesCoordinate all safety training for production staffEnsure all line managers and their teams meet the relevant HSE requirements About YouQualification in Health and Safety or related field essentialPrevious experience in food & beverage manufacturing highly desirableHigh attention to detail and able to work autonomouslyMinimum of 2 to 5 years experience in a similar roleAt 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
      • AU$950 - AU$1,050 per day
      • full-time
      Senior Business Analyst long term contract opportunity at a top tier Financial Services company to work on a multi-year Payments program.This role sits on the business side working with stakeholders such as product, distribution, operations, legal, compliance, marketing, payments vendors and IT. Responsibilities including: running workshops, gathering requirements, process mapping, data analysis, testing and implementation.There are a number of projects with a pipeline of work to 2025 so good chance of extension. Project is run on a hybrid of Waterfall and Agile.Opportunities / Benefits:Working in a Top Tier Company6 month initial contract opportunity with a high chance of extensionFlexible working hoursEssential Skills and Experience:5+ years Business Analysis (Business side however also working with IT)running workshops, gathering requirements, process mapping, data analysis, testing and implementationPayments ideally international payments, Swift, ISO20022, Global PayPlus, FinastraDesirable Skills and Experience:Business, Accounting or IT related tertiary qualificationTo apply online please click on the appropriate linkAt 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 Business Analyst long term contract opportunity at a top tier Financial Services company to work on a multi-year Payments program.This role sits on the business side working with stakeholders such as product, distribution, operations, legal, compliance, marketing, payments vendors and IT. Responsibilities including: running workshops, gathering requirements, process mapping, data analysis, testing and implementation.There are a number of projects with a pipeline of work to 2025 so good chance of extension. Project is run on a hybrid of Waterfall and Agile.Opportunities / Benefits:Working in a Top Tier Company6 month initial contract opportunity with a high chance of extensionFlexible working hoursEssential Skills and Experience:5+ years Business Analysis (Business side however also working with IT)running workshops, gathering requirements, process mapping, data analysis, testing and implementationPayments ideally international payments, Swift, ISO20022, Global PayPlus, FinastraDesirable Skills and Experience:Business, Accounting or IT related tertiary qualificationTo apply online please click on the appropriate linkAt 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
      • AU$41.00 - AU$44.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      Opportunity for a Paralegal to join a high functioning NSW Government Department12 Month Mat leave cover, based in Sydney CBDPaying $41-44ph + Super - Must be double VaccinatedAbout the RoleAs a Paralegal, you will be working in Litigation practice that works to administer the Criminal Assets recovery Act. You will be working to help support a team of lawyers and forensic accountants in their daily duties. Your responsibilities will include:Sending statutory notices for third parties and internal and external stakeholdersArranging examinations within Supreme CourtLiaising directly with courts, solicitors and council chambersGeneral clerical duties - scanning, filingBasic legal draftingAbout YouTo be successful in this role it is important that you possess the following attributes:MUST be an Australian CitizenPrevious experience as a paralegal is preferred, but not required. Proven capability as an administrative professional in public or private sector is sufficientStrong organisational skills with a proven ability to plan, prioritise and manage multiple tasks to meet deadlinesStrong written and verbal communication skills to prepare accurate and timely correspondence, briefings, reports and adviceHigh level attention to detail Excellent computer skills and typing abilitiesDemonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and as a team memberAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Opportunity for a Paralegal to join a high functioning NSW Government Department12 Month Mat leave cover, based in Sydney CBDPaying $41-44ph + Super - Must be double VaccinatedAbout the RoleAs a Paralegal, you will be working in Litigation practice that works to administer the Criminal Assets recovery Act. You will be working to help support a team of lawyers and forensic accountants in their daily duties. Your responsibilities will include:Sending statutory notices for third parties and internal and external stakeholdersArranging examinations within Supreme CourtLiaising directly with courts, solicitors and council chambersGeneral clerical duties - scanning, filingBasic legal draftingAbout YouTo be successful in this role it is important that you possess the following attributes:MUST be an Australian CitizenPrevious experience as a paralegal is preferred, but not required. Proven capability as an administrative professional in public or private sector is sufficientStrong organisational skills with a proven ability to plan, prioritise and manage multiple tasks to meet deadlinesStrong written and verbal communication skills to prepare accurate and timely correspondence, briefings, reports and adviceHigh level attention to detail Excellent computer skills and typing abilitiesDemonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and as a team memberAt 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
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$160,000, per year, Package negotiable depending on exp.
      • full-time
      Opportunity for a Operations Manager to become GM;Join a winning and growing team in a service sector;Opportunity to make you mark in a fast growing industry; About the position:Our Client is seeking to hire an Operations manager / General manager to join our leadership team. Focus will be to have someone on board that can either take over as GM immediately or be groomed into the GM role over the next 12 months. You will be in charge of providing inspired leadership for the operation of one of our organization's lines of business, which involves making important policy and strategic decisions, as well as the development and implementation of operational policies and procedures. You will also be assisting our Human Resources department with recruiting, when necessary, and help promote a company culture that encourages morale and performance. Key Responsibilities:Provide inspired leadership for the organization;Make important policy, planning, and strategy decisions;Develop, implement, and review operational policies and procedures;Assist HR with recruiting when necessary;Help promote a company culture that encourages top performance and high morale;Oversee budgeting, reporting, planning, and auditing;Work with senior stakeholders;Ensure all legal and regulatory documents are filed and monitor compliance with laws and regulations;Work with the board of directors to determine values and mission, and plan for short and long-term goals;Identify and address problems and opportunities for the company;Build alliances and partnerships with other organizations;Support worker communication with the management team;PnL Responsibilities Qualification & Experience:Qualification in operations management, business management or related field.Experience in management, operations, and leadership within the Australian Market.PnL management experienceStrong internal and external stakeholder management skills.Excellent communication skills.Understanding of financial management. Salary & Location & Work RightsSalary - $140,000 - $170,000 (Salary Negotiable depending on experience)Location - Eastern Suburbs Only Permanent Residents or Australian Citizens will be considered for this roleHow to apply:Apply online, feel free to give me call 72 hours after application has been made: Vern Myburgh - 0449 229 194At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Opportunity for a Operations Manager to become GM;Join a winning and growing team in a service sector;Opportunity to make you mark in a fast growing industry; About the position:Our Client is seeking to hire an Operations manager / General manager to join our leadership team. Focus will be to have someone on board that can either take over as GM immediately or be groomed into the GM role over the next 12 months. You will be in charge of providing inspired leadership for the operation of one of our organization's lines of business, which involves making important policy and strategic decisions, as well as the development and implementation of operational policies and procedures. You will also be assisting our Human Resources department with recruiting, when necessary, and help promote a company culture that encourages morale and performance. Key Responsibilities:Provide inspired leadership for the organization;Make important policy, planning, and strategy decisions;Develop, implement, and review operational policies and procedures;Assist HR with recruiting when necessary;Help promote a company culture that encourages top performance and high morale;Oversee budgeting, reporting, planning, and auditing;Work with senior stakeholders;Ensure all legal and regulatory documents are filed and monitor compliance with laws and regulations;Work with the board of directors to determine values and mission, and plan for short and long-term goals;Identify and address problems and opportunities for the company;Build alliances and partnerships with other organizations;Support worker communication with the management team;PnL Responsibilities Qualification & Experience:Qualification in operations management, business management or related field.Experience in management, operations, and leadership within the Australian Market.PnL management experienceStrong internal and external stakeholder management skills.Excellent communication skills.Understanding of financial management. Salary & Location & Work RightsSalary - $140,000 - $170,000 (Salary Negotiable depending on experience)Location - Eastern Suburbs Only Permanent Residents or Australian Citizens will be considered for this roleHow to apply:Apply online, feel free to give me call 72 hours after application has been made: Vern Myburgh - 0449 229 194At 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
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Company:This small D&C commercial fit out company based in Sydney CBD are looking for a Junior Site Manager/ Junior Project Manager to join the team, to learn from the senior staff and further their career. They specialise in finding creative solutions and offering a high quality service, and can deliver fit out jobs from the initial design concept through to handover.Reporting to the Director and Project Managers, your role would be the day to day running of a project from pre-construction to completion. All projects are in NSW and project values can be from a basic refresh $10k up to a full fit out of $3m in value.Responsibilities: Working on fast track commercial fit out, industrial and high security projects including police stationsManaging day to day operations of the siteEnsuring the works are completed as per scopes and plansEnsure that the deadlines for completing work are met as per the programme - monitoring progress, keeping in close contact with members of your site team at all times, and liaising with designers, engineers, surveyors etcPreparing Safe Work Method Statements - ensure that work complies with building regulations and health and safety legislation as well as other legal requirementsGood look-ahead planning, teamwork and communication skills Keeping the client updated regularly on progress and taking project notes or meeting minutes whereapplicableMaintaining site records and managing documentationCompleting 'Project Completion' walk-throughs with Sub-Contractors and issue 'Defect & Completion lists'Once your site project is complete you may be assisting quoting for upcoming projects including acquiring subcontractor quotes and scoping. This may include project planning, scheduling, cost control, budgeting, delivery and creating and issuing purchase orders. It's a great opportunity to learn, and do more than the standard Site Foreman/Site Manager role.Skills & experience:2+ years experience in Australia within fit out / refurbishment projects (ideally commercial, not residential)Would suit either Tertiary construction related degree or trade background - will consider someone working for a subcontractor who is looking to take the next step in their career for a head contractorWHS White CardCurrent driver's licenceNSW Police clearance will be required prior to employmentGood knowledge in reading and interpreting technical drawingsHave an understanding of WHS work place procedures, workplace injury management and workers compensation legislation, regulations, standards and codesBe highly organised and prepared to handle multiple tasks at onceGood time management and efficiencyHigh attention to detail and quality of worksUnderstanding of RFI's and variations and building permitsLooking for someone that is a problem solver, proactive, and independentIf you have not worked on local commercial fit out projects, unfortunately you will not be a good fit for this position.To Apply:All referrals welcomed and if you are interested please apply through the advert or get in touch on tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or 0433 97787817. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Company:This small D&C commercial fit out company based in Sydney CBD are looking for a Junior Site Manager/ Junior Project Manager to join the team, to learn from the senior staff and further their career. They specialise in finding creative solutions and offering a high quality service, and can deliver fit out jobs from the initial design concept through to handover.Reporting to the Director and Project Managers, your role would be the day to day running of a project from pre-construction to completion. All projects are in NSW and project values can be from a basic refresh $10k up to a full fit out of $3m in value.Responsibilities: Working on fast track commercial fit out, industrial and high security projects including police stationsManaging day to day operations of the siteEnsuring the works are completed as per scopes and plansEnsure that the deadlines for completing work are met as per the programme - monitoring progress, keeping in close contact with members of your site team at all times, and liaising with designers, engineers, surveyors etcPreparing Safe Work Method Statements - ensure that work complies with building regulations and health and safety legislation as well as other legal requirementsGood look-ahead planning, teamwork and communication skills Keeping the client updated regularly on progress and taking project notes or meeting minutes whereapplicableMaintaining site records and managing documentationCompleting 'Project Completion' walk-throughs with Sub-Contractors and issue 'Defect & Completion lists'Once your site project is complete you may be assisting quoting for upcoming projects including acquiring subcontractor quotes and scoping. This may include project planning, scheduling, cost control, budgeting, delivery and creating and issuing purchase orders. It's a great opportunity to learn, and do more than the standard Site Foreman/Site Manager role.Skills & experience:2+ years experience in Australia within fit out / refurbishment projects (ideally commercial, not residential)Would suit either Tertiary construction related degree or trade background - will consider someone working for a subcontractor who is looking to take the next step in their career for a head contractorWHS White CardCurrent driver's licenceNSW Police clearance will be required prior to employmentGood knowledge in reading and interpreting technical drawingsHave an understanding of WHS work place procedures, workplace injury management and workers compensation legislation, regulations, standards and codesBe highly organised and prepared to handle multiple tasks at onceGood time management and efficiencyHigh attention to detail and quality of worksUnderstanding of RFI's and variations and building permitsLooking for someone that is a problem solver, proactive, and independentIf you have not worked on local commercial fit out projects, unfortunately you will not be a good fit for this position.To Apply:All referrals welcomed and if you are interested please apply through the advert or get in touch on tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or 0433 97787817. 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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