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      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$33.00 per hour
      • full-time
      About The Role:Randstad is currently searching for experienced Parking Officers working in the Northern Beaches. This position allows for overtime as Saturday / Sunday shifts will be required. Our client offers a generous pay rate plus the opportunity for ongoing work. As a Parking Officer, you will be required to engage with the general public and educate them on the local parking legislations.ResponsibilitiesTravel around Northern Beaches Issue parking infringementsCustomer service with general publicConflict resolutionWork days: Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, SundayRequirementsAvailable for Saturday & SundayFull work rightsImmediately availableDouble Vaccinated Must have seins certificate Knowledge of pinforce & use of PDAPlease apply now or alternatively you can send your resume to sean.rooney@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:Randstad is currently searching for experienced Parking Officers working in the Northern Beaches. This position allows for overtime as Saturday / Sunday shifts will be required. Our client offers a generous pay rate plus the opportunity for ongoing work. As a Parking Officer, you will be required to engage with the general public and educate them on the local parking legislations.ResponsibilitiesTravel around Northern Beaches Issue parking infringementsCustomer service with general publicConflict resolutionWork days: Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, SundayRequirementsAvailable for Saturday & SundayFull work rightsImmediately availableDouble Vaccinated Must have seins certificate Knowledge of pinforce & use of PDAPlease apply now or alternatively you can send your resume to sean.rooney@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$26.00 - AU$31.45 per hour
      • part-time
      Who we areThis northern based leisure centre is one of Adelaide’s leading outdoor aquatic centres. Located in the City of Tea Tree Gully, Waterworld boasts three swimming pools, three waterslides and a children’s interactive splash pad area. The roleRandstad is now recruiting experienced swimming instructors for Waterworld for September 2021 - April 2022. Waterworld runs a Learn to Swim program which offers swimming lessons 6 days a week for children as young as 6 months old through to adults. Successful applicants will need to be available for part/all of these lesson times.As a Swimming Instructor, you will have a desire to encourage people of all ages to learn the vital life skill of swimming. You will be energetic and enjoy working with children and adults. Teaching swimming techniques, swimming strokes, and water safety guidelines to studentsFoster confidence in waterMonitoring the progress of students and adjusting teaching programs accordingly QualificationsSwimming Instructors are required to possess all the following certificates:AUSTSWIM Certificate / Active TrainingProvide CPRChild Related DCSI ClearanceChild Safe Environments Certificate (Responding to Abuse and Neglect)How to applyTo be successful in securing a position, you will hold all of the above certificates, or be willing to obtain copies prior to commencement. You will be available and flexible with shifts throughout the year, you will be highly energetic, motivated, personable and you will have a strong work ethic.If you are interested in working as a Swim Instructor this summer, please apply using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Sofia Sy - sofia.sy@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.
      Who we areThis northern based leisure centre is one of Adelaide’s leading outdoor aquatic centres. Located in the City of Tea Tree Gully, Waterworld boasts three swimming pools, three waterslides and a children’s interactive splash pad area. The roleRandstad is now recruiting experienced swimming instructors for Waterworld for September 2021 - April 2022. Waterworld runs a Learn to Swim program which offers swimming lessons 6 days a week for children as young as 6 months old through to adults. Successful applicants will need to be available for part/all of these lesson times.As a Swimming Instructor, you will have a desire to encourage people of all ages to learn the vital life skill of swimming. You will be energetic and enjoy working with children and adults. Teaching swimming techniques, swimming strokes, and water safety guidelines to studentsFoster confidence in waterMonitoring the progress of students and adjusting teaching programs accordingly QualificationsSwimming Instructors are required to possess all the following certificates:AUSTSWIM Certificate / Active TrainingProvide CPRChild Related DCSI ClearanceChild Safe Environments Certificate (Responding to Abuse and Neglect)How to applyTo be successful in securing a position, you will hold all of the above certificates, or be willing to obtain copies prior to commencement. You will be available and flexible with shifts throughout the year, you will be highly energetic, motivated, personable and you will have a strong work ethic.If you are interested in working as a Swim Instructor this summer, please apply using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Sofia Sy - sofia.sy@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$26.00 - AU$31.45 per hour
      • part-time
      Who we areThis northern based leisure centre is one of Adelaide’s leading outdoor aquatic centres. Located in the City of Tea Tree Gully, Waterworld boasts three swimming pools, three waterslides and a children’s interactive splash pad area. The roleRandstad is now recruiting experienced swimming instructors for Waterworld for September 2021 - April 2022. Waterworld runs a Learn to Swim program which offers swimming lessons 6 days a week for children as young as 6 months old through to adults. Successful applicants will need to be available for part/all of these lesson times.As a Swimming Instructor, you will have a desire to encourage people of all ages to learn the vital life skill of swimming. You will be energetic and enjoy working with children and adults. Teaching swimming techniques, swimming strokes, and water safety guidelines to studentsFoster confidence in waterMonitoring the progress of students and adjusting teaching programs accordingly QualificationsSwimming Instructors are required to possess all the following certificates:AUSTSWIM Certificate / Active TrainingProvide CPRChild Related DCSI ClearanceChild Safe Environments Certificate (Responding to Abuse and Neglect)How to applyTo be successful in securing a position, you will hold all of the above certificates, or be willing to obtain copies prior to commencement. You will be available and flexible with shifts throughout the year, you will be highly energetic, motivated, personable and you will have a strong work ethic.If you are interested in working as a Swim Instructor this summer, please apply using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Sofia Sy - sofia.sy@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.
      Who we areThis northern based leisure centre is one of Adelaide’s leading outdoor aquatic centres. Located in the City of Tea Tree Gully, Waterworld boasts three swimming pools, three waterslides and a children’s interactive splash pad area. The roleRandstad is now recruiting experienced swimming instructors for Waterworld for September 2021 - April 2022. Waterworld runs a Learn to Swim program which offers swimming lessons 6 days a week for children as young as 6 months old through to adults. Successful applicants will need to be available for part/all of these lesson times.As a Swimming Instructor, you will have a desire to encourage people of all ages to learn the vital life skill of swimming. You will be energetic and enjoy working with children and adults. Teaching swimming techniques, swimming strokes, and water safety guidelines to studentsFoster confidence in waterMonitoring the progress of students and adjusting teaching programs accordingly QualificationsSwimming Instructors are required to possess all the following certificates:AUSTSWIM Certificate / Active TrainingProvide CPRChild Related DCSI ClearanceChild Safe Environments Certificate (Responding to Abuse and Neglect)How to applyTo be successful in securing a position, you will hold all of the above certificates, or be willing to obtain copies prior to commencement. You will be available and flexible with shifts throughout the year, you will be highly energetic, motivated, personable and you will have a strong work ethic.If you are interested in working as a Swim Instructor this summer, please apply using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Sofia Sy - sofia.sy@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.
      • woodridge, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$71.00 - AU$78.00, per hour, + 10% Super
      • full-time
      Randstad are proud to partner with a local council, home to one of South East Queensland’s most culturally diverse communities with a rich history and pristine regional parks.There is an immediate need for a Corporate Facilities Program Leader located south of Brisbane.The responsibility of the Facilities Program Leader is to effectively and efficiently lead high level Corporate Facilities functions in accordance with Council operations and the Corporate Plan, by providing behind the scenes and internal foundational services to ensure Council is operating efficiently and effectively. The Program Leader will provide the strategic leadership of two Program streams and their respective teams, of approximately 14 staff members in relation to Council Security, Facilities, Accommodation and Maintenance. The successful candidate will:Exhibit a strong background in corporate facilities, security, maintenance and accommodation programs, business whilst undertaking leadership roles with a focus on a continuous business improvement environment and people matters. Display a high level of strategic leadership to effectively manage a multi-disciplinary team; supervising staff including recruitment, induction, training and performance management; managing business operations to deliver quality customer service in accordance with legislative and corporate requirements; and continuous improvement of business systems to achieve Program goals.Demonstrate sound judgement in the promotion and selection of Program methods and techniques in driving business improvement and efficiency. Apply best practice strategies to ensure the integrity of Council’s response to the Corporate Facilities program of works. Provide accurate and timely information and advice to customers, stakeholders, and Council as a wholeMaintain comprehensive professional knowledge of Security, Facilities, Accommodation and Maintenance and changes in related legislation and practice. With a high level contemporary professional knowledge of processes, trends and reporting, as well as any legal or policy developments.Possess specialised technical knowledge and significant practical experience as a manager of people, as well as within large scale business with project management, security and facilities background. Highly regard where experience is within a local government context. Requirements of this role include:A tertiary qualification in a related field (project management, property, economics) would be well regarded.Possession of a current "C" class driver's license. A current Blue Card or meet the requirements of the Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 as to apply for a Blue Card prior to employmentThe position may be required to be rostered for after-hours on-call duties.To be employed in this position applicants must undergo an employment-related background check/s and be assessed as suitable to be able to ethically perform the inherent requirements of this position.It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations.Submit your application by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience.For a confidential discussion of this opportunity and full details on the position, please do not hesitate to contact Julie Thomson on 07 3031 3289 or email julie.thomson@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.
      Randstad are proud to partner with a local council, home to one of South East Queensland’s most culturally diverse communities with a rich history and pristine regional parks.There is an immediate need for a Corporate Facilities Program Leader located south of Brisbane.The responsibility of the Facilities Program Leader is to effectively and efficiently lead high level Corporate Facilities functions in accordance with Council operations and the Corporate Plan, by providing behind the scenes and internal foundational services to ensure Council is operating efficiently and effectively. The Program Leader will provide the strategic leadership of two Program streams and their respective teams, of approximately 14 staff members in relation to Council Security, Facilities, Accommodation and Maintenance. The successful candidate will:Exhibit a strong background in corporate facilities, security, maintenance and accommodation programs, business whilst undertaking leadership roles with a focus on a continuous business improvement environment and people matters. Display a high level of strategic leadership to effectively manage a multi-disciplinary team; supervising staff including recruitment, induction, training and performance management; managing business operations to deliver quality customer service in accordance with legislative and corporate requirements; and continuous improvement of business systems to achieve Program goals.Demonstrate sound judgement in the promotion and selection of Program methods and techniques in driving business improvement and efficiency. Apply best practice strategies to ensure the integrity of Council’s response to the Corporate Facilities program of works. Provide accurate and timely information and advice to customers, stakeholders, and Council as a wholeMaintain comprehensive professional knowledge of Security, Facilities, Accommodation and Maintenance and changes in related legislation and practice. With a high level contemporary professional knowledge of processes, trends and reporting, as well as any legal or policy developments.Possess specialised technical knowledge and significant practical experience as a manager of people, as well as within large scale business with project management, security and facilities background. Highly regard where experience is within a local government context. Requirements of this role include:A tertiary qualification in a related field (project management, property, economics) would be well regarded.Possession of a current "C" class driver's license. A current Blue Card or meet the requirements of the Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 as to apply for a Blue Card prior to employmentThe position may be required to be rostered for after-hours on-call duties.To be employed in this position applicants must undergo an employment-related background check/s and be assessed as suitable to be able to ethically perform the inherent requirements of this position.It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations.Submit your application by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience.For a confidential discussion of this opportunity and full details on the position, please do not hesitate to contact Julie Thomson on 07 3031 3289 or email julie.thomson@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$34.50 - AU$45.00, per hour, + 10 % super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking project/policy officers who can contribute to the development and renewal of policies and projects for a south-eastern local council in MelbourneAbout your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project/Policy Officer is responsible for preparing submissions, reports, factsheets, and other policy correspondence as required to support the Chief Governance Officer. Also required is to coordinate the updating and loading of policies, ensuring high quality, consistency and format standardization of policies.What you will need to exceedExceptional interpersonal skills to liaise and work collaboratively and proactively with an array of external and internal stakeholders.High level of organisation and attention to detail.Strong time management skills to keep on top of timelines and others.Project management skills to aid in the efficient running of this policy projectYour new companyA south-eastern local council in Melbourne who prides themselves on supporting it's people to achieve and succeed. They have created a work environment that is inclusive, engaging and rewarding. Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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/policy officers who can contribute to the development and renewal of policies and projects for a south-eastern local council in MelbourneAbout your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project/Policy Officer is responsible for preparing submissions, reports, factsheets, and other policy correspondence as required to support the Chief Governance Officer. Also required is to coordinate the updating and loading of policies, ensuring high quality, consistency and format standardization of policies.What you will need to exceedExceptional interpersonal skills to liaise and work collaboratively and proactively with an array of external and internal stakeholders.High level of organisation and attention to detail.Strong time management skills to keep on top of timelines and others.Project management skills to aid in the efficient running of this policy projectYour new companyA south-eastern local council in Melbourne who prides themselves on supporting it's people to achieve and succeed. They have created a work environment that is inclusive, engaging and rewarding. Next stepsIf you are currently on the search 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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$38.00 - AU$45.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for Records/Information Management candidates to work within an expanding Local Council. This is a great opportunity for Information Management professionals to broaden their opportunities within the Local Government. This is a 3 month temporary contract position with the high view to extend.About the roleWe are currently seeking Records Management candidates - in this role, you will be required to:Have records and archiving experience.Experience in maintaining a good level of quality, whilst working with large quantities of information.Knowledge of State Records or experience working in the Local Government.Experience using HP TRIM.Scanning and registration of council records into Council's Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS).Ensure the timely generation and processing of Section 7 and Section 187 certificates.Assist to fulfil Council’s obligations under the Freedom of Information Act.Assist with the disposal of Council’s records as per the requirements of the GDS 20 and GDS 21 for Local Government Records and Council’s business requirements.KnowledgeComprehensive knowledge of the Freedom of Information Act 1991.Working knowledge of General Disposal Schedules 20 and 21 for Local Government Records.Extensive knowledge of Record Management principles and Electronic Document and Records Management systems.Extensive knowledge of Council’s operations and procedures.Familiar with the State Records Act 1997.Skills and ExperienceEffective communication skills at all levels within an organisation.Strong commitment to providing quality customer service.Ability to analyse and interpret issues and implement appropriate solutions.Time management skills.BenefitsWorking within a growing Local Government DepartmentAbove average hourly remuneration Excellent opportunity to grow your skills within Local Government How to applyClick APPLY via this advertisement or contact Sofia Sy via email (sofia.sy@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 is currently recruiting for Records/Information Management candidates to work within an expanding Local Council. This is a great opportunity for Information Management professionals to broaden their opportunities within the Local Government. This is a 3 month temporary contract position with the high view to extend.About the roleWe are currently seeking Records Management candidates - in this role, you will be required to:Have records and archiving experience.Experience in maintaining a good level of quality, whilst working with large quantities of information.Knowledge of State Records or experience working in the Local Government.Experience using HP TRIM.Scanning and registration of council records into Council's Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS).Ensure the timely generation and processing of Section 7 and Section 187 certificates.Assist to fulfil Council’s obligations under the Freedom of Information Act.Assist with the disposal of Council’s records as per the requirements of the GDS 20 and GDS 21 for Local Government Records and Council’s business requirements.KnowledgeComprehensive knowledge of the Freedom of Information Act 1991.Working knowledge of General Disposal Schedules 20 and 21 for Local Government Records.Extensive knowledge of Record Management principles and Electronic Document and Records Management systems.Extensive knowledge of Council’s operations and procedures.Familiar with the State Records Act 1997.Skills and ExperienceEffective communication skills at all levels within an organisation.Strong commitment to providing quality customer service.Ability to analyse and interpret issues and implement appropriate solutions.Time management skills.BenefitsWorking within a growing Local Government DepartmentAbove average hourly remuneration Excellent opportunity to grow your skills within Local Government How to applyClick APPLY via this advertisement or contact Sofia Sy via email (sofia.sy@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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$30.00 - AU$32.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for candidates with strong data entry and administration skills for our talent pool, to be available to work throughout October and November 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you! Your duties will include, but are not limited toProofreading and verifying forms for quality assurance and accuracy Entering data into database software and checking to ensure accuracyFollowing written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow election proceduresResolving discrepancies in information and escalating to a supervisor if needed About YouStrong data entry and computer skillsGreat time management - able to work efficiently Flexible - able to move between roles as the project needs developImpressive attention to detail with an eye for accuracyMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this project Randstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positionsIf these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for candidates with strong data entry and administration skills for our talent pool, to be available to work throughout October and November 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you! Your duties will include, but are not limited toProofreading and verifying forms for quality assurance and accuracy Entering data into database software and checking to ensure accuracyFollowing written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow election proceduresResolving discrepancies in information and escalating to a supervisor if needed About YouStrong data entry and computer skillsGreat time management - able to work efficiently Flexible - able to move between roles as the project needs developImpressive attention to detail with an eye for accuracyMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this project Randstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positionsIf these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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$31.00 - AU$33.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for strong call centre and customer service candidates to work in the Voting Call Centres in November and December 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toWorking in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into the voting systemHandling a high volume of inbound callsFollowing a script and applying accurate legislative requirementsProviding excellent service and support to callers across a diverse range of backgrounds and agesAsking questions and escalating complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout YourselfCourteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to the general publicStrong computer literacy skills and attention to detailAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set proceduresComfortable working in a call centre where calls are recorded and monitored for compliance purposes, and able to adhere to a call scriptMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this projectRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021. We are looking for strong call centre and customer service candidates to work in the Voting Call Centres in November and December 2021. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toWorking in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into the voting systemHandling a high volume of inbound callsFollowing a script and applying accurate legislative requirementsProviding excellent service and support to callers across a diverse range of backgrounds and agesAsking questions and escalating complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout YourselfCourteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to the general publicStrong computer literacy skills and attention to detailAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set proceduresComfortable working in a call centre where calls are recorded and monitored for compliance purposes, and able to adhere to a call scriptMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this projectRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
      • perth, western australia
      • temporary
      • AU$28.00 - AU$45.00, per hour, super
      • full-time
      Randstad is a well established local recruitment agency providing specialised recruitment services. We have been in the market for over 25 years, working with local businesses and employing local employees. Randstad is a preferred supplier for a number of Federal, State and Local Government Departments. With the market being quite busy at the moment, we are currently recruiting for multiple project support roles. These roles are both immediate start and forecast to start over the coming months. We are inviting anyone who has project admin and/or contract admin experience who is looking for their next opportunity.To be successful you will have the following: Experience in either contracts admin or project adminPrevious Government experience is not essential but highly desirableTRIM/Objective/Webpas system experience is desirableHighly skilled in typing, writing, grammar and oral communicationWord/Excel/Outlook knowledge is essentialProfessional presentationGood organisation and interpersonal skillsPunctual and reliableFor the right candidates who have a good work ethic, pleasant personality and are well presented, you will be able to take advantage of the flexibility and versatility that temporary roles offer. If you require further information please email michelle.hard@randstad.com.au *Please note; If you have already been in to meet with us at Randstad for an interview or are already registered, there’s no need to apply here again – just email your consultant or Michelle and we can update your availability/resume Successful applicants must have working rights in Australia 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 a well established local recruitment agency providing specialised recruitment services. We have been in the market for over 25 years, working with local businesses and employing local employees. Randstad is a preferred supplier for a number of Federal, State and Local Government Departments. With the market being quite busy at the moment, we are currently recruiting for multiple project support roles. These roles are both immediate start and forecast to start over the coming months. We are inviting anyone who has project admin and/or contract admin experience who is looking for their next opportunity.To be successful you will have the following: Experience in either contracts admin or project adminPrevious Government experience is not essential but highly desirableTRIM/Objective/Webpas system experience is desirableHighly skilled in typing, writing, grammar and oral communicationWord/Excel/Outlook knowledge is essentialProfessional presentationGood organisation and interpersonal skillsPunctual and reliableFor the right candidates who have a good work ethic, pleasant personality and are well presented, you will be able to take advantage of the flexibility and versatility that temporary roles offer. If you require further information please email michelle.hard@randstad.com.au *Please note; If you have already been in to meet with us at Randstad for an interview or are already registered, there’s no need to apply here again – just email your consultant or Michelle and we can update your availability/resume Successful applicants must have working rights in Australia 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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$29.59 - AU$29.59, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021, which are happening in December. They have various roles available in their count centre in Newcastle, all of which play a key role in ensuring the successful delivery of local elections in NSW. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toSorting and processing ballot papersBatching of ballot papers for data entryInvolves a degree of manual handling, lifting up to 15kgAbout YourselfAbility to work in a fast-paced, busy, warehouse environmentAptitude to work efficiently whilst completing repetitive tasksAbility to follow instructions and processesHappy to undertake a physical WHS assessment with Randstad to ensure suitability for liftingAbility to work between 7th - 17th December including Saturday 11th DecemberRostered hours between 8.30am - 6pmBenefits$29.59 per hour + superannuationConveniently located near public transportation in Central NewcastleOpportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the delivery of Local Government Elections in NSWRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.NSW Electoral Commission Instructions: The NSW Electoral Commission expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for Covid 19, to be so.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021, which are happening in December. They have various roles available in their count centre in Newcastle, all of which play a key role in ensuring the successful delivery of local elections in NSW. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toSorting and processing ballot papersBatching of ballot papers for data entryInvolves a degree of manual handling, lifting up to 15kgAbout YourselfAbility to work in a fast-paced, busy, warehouse environmentAptitude to work efficiently whilst completing repetitive tasksAbility to follow instructions and processesHappy to undertake a physical WHS assessment with Randstad to ensure suitability for liftingAbility to work between 7th - 17th December including Saturday 11th DecemberRostered hours between 8.30am - 6pmBenefits$29.59 per hour + superannuationConveniently located near public transportation in Central NewcastleOpportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the delivery of Local Government Elections in NSWRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.NSW Electoral Commission Instructions: The NSW Electoral Commission expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for Covid 19, to be so.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$31.29 - AU$31.29, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021, which are happening in December. They have various roles available in their count centre in Newcastle, all of which play a key role in ensuring the successful delivery of local elections in NSW. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toAccurate entry of ballot data into NSWEC vote counting computer programConfidential handling of voter data Working in teams to ensure tight deadlines are metFollow supervisor instructions regarding ballot processingAbout YourselfQuick and accurate data entry skillsAbility to follow instructions and processesSound computer literacy with the ability to easily navigate computer programs Willing to work in a temporary count centre, that is established like a warehouseMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this projectAbility to work between 7th - 17th December including Saturday 11th DecemberRostered hours between 8.30am - 6pm Monday to SaturdayBenefits Pay rate of $31.29 per hour + superannuationConveniently located near public transportation in central NewcastleOpportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the delivery of Local Government Elections in NSWRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021, which are happening in December. They have various roles available in their count centre in Newcastle, all of which play a key role in ensuring the successful delivery of local elections in NSW. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toAccurate entry of ballot data into NSWEC vote counting computer programConfidential handling of voter data Working in teams to ensure tight deadlines are metFollow supervisor instructions regarding ballot processingAbout YourselfQuick and accurate data entry skillsAbility to follow instructions and processesSound computer literacy with the ability to easily navigate computer programs Willing to work in a temporary count centre, that is established like a warehouseMust be an Australian citizen and on the electoral roll to work on this projectAbility to work between 7th - 17th December including Saturday 11th DecemberRostered hours between 8.30am - 6pm Monday to SaturdayBenefits Pay rate of $31.29 per hour + superannuationConveniently located near public transportation in central NewcastleOpportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the delivery of Local Government Elections in NSWRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$29.00 - AU$43.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Administrators - Local Government Randstad is an approved talent supplier and is the only provider appointed to supply across all categories of Government. We have partnered exclusively with multiple local councils and are currently recruiting for experienced administrators who are readily available for their next opportunity. Pay Rate of $29-43 per hour + superannuationFull Time and flexible hours, Monday - FridaySA Local Government opportunity About the roleWe are seeking experienced administrators who have excellent customer service skills, are efficient at processing data and can work in a team environment.Providing general administration duties including filling, scanning and data entryInvoicing, receipting, mail distribution & using systems such as Technology One and Chris21.Working successfully within a team environment to complete tasks on time and at a quality standard.Processing data into Excel Spreadsheets and into multiple systems.Answering phone calls and providing a high level of customer service.Providing support by assisting with the efficient operation of administrative services.Ensure timely processing of Customer Requests (CRM), scanning of documents, invoice and purchase order processing and timesheet entry to meet specified timeframes.Skills and ExperiencePrevious experience working in local councils anywhere in Australia is highly regarded. Stable employment history within an administrative/office environment. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. Comfortable talking and interacting with people at all levels. Must have a current National Police Check (or be willing to obtain).DCSI working with children check (or be willing to obtain).Why work for Randstad?Join Randstad's community of contractors for customer service roles across various Government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many moreAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to applyClick APPLY or contact Sofia Sy (sofia.sy@randstad.com.au) for any questions.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.
      Administrators - Local Government Randstad is an approved talent supplier and is the only provider appointed to supply across all categories of Government. We have partnered exclusively with multiple local councils and are currently recruiting for experienced administrators who are readily available for their next opportunity. Pay Rate of $29-43 per hour + superannuationFull Time and flexible hours, Monday - FridaySA Local Government opportunity About the roleWe are seeking experienced administrators who have excellent customer service skills, are efficient at processing data and can work in a team environment.Providing general administration duties including filling, scanning and data entryInvoicing, receipting, mail distribution & using systems such as Technology One and Chris21.Working successfully within a team environment to complete tasks on time and at a quality standard.Processing data into Excel Spreadsheets and into multiple systems.Answering phone calls and providing a high level of customer service.Providing support by assisting with the efficient operation of administrative services.Ensure timely processing of Customer Requests (CRM), scanning of documents, invoice and purchase order processing and timesheet entry to meet specified timeframes.Skills and ExperiencePrevious experience working in local councils anywhere in Australia is highly regarded. Stable employment history within an administrative/office environment. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. Comfortable talking and interacting with people at all levels. Must have a current National Police Check (or be willing to obtain).DCSI working with children check (or be willing to obtain).Why work for Randstad?Join Randstad's community of contractors for customer service roles across various Government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many moreAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to applyClick APPLY or contact Sofia Sy (sofia.sy@randstad.com.au) for any questions.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
      • temporary
      • full-time
      About the role Our Local Government client requires Garbage service Drivers for an ongoing role. You will be responsible for collecting unwanted residential and commercial waste using manual and mechanical aids. Start date - 10/10/2021Temporary, Ongoing roleMonday to Friday 5am - 1.30pm $29+ p/h Responsibilities: Operate and maintain automated mobile plant in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications, statutory requirements and Council’s policies and procedures. Effectively deliver waste collection services to meet agreed performance standards. Adhere to relevant legislative requirements, policies and current standards. Promote the image of Council’s garbage collection services as an effective organisation.Requirements: Well developed communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work unsupervised. Ability to locate properties using a street directory, directions and signage. Current HR Drivers Licence. Previous experience in waste management collection / removal ( advantage ) Please apply now or alternatively you can send your resume to sean.rooney@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.
      About the role Our Local Government client requires Garbage service Drivers for an ongoing role. You will be responsible for collecting unwanted residential and commercial waste using manual and mechanical aids. Start date - 10/10/2021Temporary, Ongoing roleMonday to Friday 5am - 1.30pm $29+ p/h Responsibilities: Operate and maintain automated mobile plant in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications, statutory requirements and Council’s policies and procedures. Effectively deliver waste collection services to meet agreed performance standards. Adhere to relevant legislative requirements, policies and current standards. Promote the image of Council’s garbage collection services as an effective organisation.Requirements: Well developed communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work unsupervised. Ability to locate properties using a street directory, directions and signage. Current HR Drivers Licence. Previous experience in waste management collection / removal ( advantage ) Please apply now or alternatively you can send your resume to sean.rooney@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.
      • hobart, tasmania
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad is proud to partner with a well established engineering company to recruit a qualified and experienced Civil Engineer.About the companyOur client is a multi-disciplinary company with extensive expertise in the areas of land and engineering surveying, civil engineering and town planning, undertaking work throughout Tasmania and has continually grown from strength to strength.Due to an increase in work demands and a number of projects that are due to start, we are now looking to source an experienced Civil Engineer to work in their Hobart office to help continue the success that has been achieved.About the opportunityAs a Civil Engineer, you will work alongside the team, to produce design, documentation and specification of earthworks, subdivisions, sewer and stormwater infrastructure, just to name a few duties.This work will see you working on a variety of projects that include private developments, commercial projects, as well as local government projects.About youThis role is ideal for an experienced Civil Engineer who has demonstrated experience in a similar role and takes pride in producing a consistently high standard of work.You will have sound technical knowledge in subdivisions, earthworks, retaining walls, pavements and hydraulic systems.To be considered for the role you must;Hold a Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree Hold a minimum of 3 years experience in a similar roleHave experience in using AutoCAD and Civil Site Design software Have strong attention to detail and time management skills If you feel that you have the skills and experience required to be successful in this role, please apply now at www.randstad.com.au .Alternatively you can phone Nathan Marston on 0431 375 136 for a confidential discussion At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is proud to partner with a well established engineering company to recruit a qualified and experienced Civil Engineer.About the companyOur client is a multi-disciplinary company with extensive expertise in the areas of land and engineering surveying, civil engineering and town planning, undertaking work throughout Tasmania and has continually grown from strength to strength.Due to an increase in work demands and a number of projects that are due to start, we are now looking to source an experienced Civil Engineer to work in their Hobart office to help continue the success that has been achieved.About the opportunityAs a Civil Engineer, you will work alongside the team, to produce design, documentation and specification of earthworks, subdivisions, sewer and stormwater infrastructure, just to name a few duties.This work will see you working on a variety of projects that include private developments, commercial projects, as well as local government projects.About youThis role is ideal for an experienced Civil Engineer who has demonstrated experience in a similar role and takes pride in producing a consistently high standard of work.You will have sound technical knowledge in subdivisions, earthworks, retaining walls, pavements and hydraulic systems.To be considered for the role you must;Hold a Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree Hold a minimum of 3 years experience in a similar roleHave experience in using AutoCAD and Civil Site Design software Have strong attention to detail and time management skills If you feel that you have the skills and experience required to be successful in this role, please apply now at www.randstad.com.au .Alternatively you can phone Nathan Marston on 0431 375 136 for a confidential discussion At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad's procurement & contract specialist, Rachel Homer, is working with multiple local councils and state government agencies, across various senior vacancies in procurement. Randstad are a preferred supplier to multiple local and state government departments and have been approached to recruit for these new roles:Contracts Specialist - AS06Procurement Specialist - AS06Contracts Specialist IT - AS06/7Permanent Procurement Coordinator/Specialist - AS05/6Permanent Procurement Business Partner in local council - Level 7 - 8All contract opportunities will attract a casual loading. Key responsibilities of all the roles will include:Providing effective support for tendering and procurement activitiesNegotiating the ongoing supply agreements across goods, services, and/or worksEncouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, and procurement process/toolsEnsuring tendering and procurement practices are implemented and managed in accordance with probity requirementsSuccessful applicants will require:Minimum 5 years' experience in procurement in multiple categories, any industry background will be considered however public sector is preferredExperience in end to end procurement, including tendering and ongoing contracts administration at a senior level in a complex organisation or public sectorSuperior written communication, ability to interpret instructions, legislation and write & review tendersFor contract opportunities, you must be able to commit to working on a contract basis initiallyAll roles are in Adelaide and while state & local government are supportive of working from home arrangements, you must be located in AdelaideIf you have previous experience in procurement, supply chain or contracts management, apply using the 'Apply Now' button adjacent to the advert, or contact Rachel from more information on 8150 7034. 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's procurement & contract specialist, Rachel Homer, is working with multiple local councils and state government agencies, across various senior vacancies in procurement. Randstad are a preferred supplier to multiple local and state government departments and have been approached to recruit for these new roles:Contracts Specialist - AS06Procurement Specialist - AS06Contracts Specialist IT - AS06/7Permanent Procurement Coordinator/Specialist - AS05/6Permanent Procurement Business Partner in local council - Level 7 - 8All contract opportunities will attract a casual loading. Key responsibilities of all the roles will include:Providing effective support for tendering and procurement activitiesNegotiating the ongoing supply agreements across goods, services, and/or worksEncouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, and procurement process/toolsEnsuring tendering and procurement practices are implemented and managed in accordance with probity requirementsSuccessful applicants will require:Minimum 5 years' experience in procurement in multiple categories, any industry background will be considered however public sector is preferredExperience in end to end procurement, including tendering and ongoing contracts administration at a senior level in a complex organisation or public sectorSuperior written communication, ability to interpret instructions, legislation and write & review tendersFor contract opportunities, you must be able to commit to working on a contract basis initiallyAll roles are in Adelaide and while state & local government are supportive of working from home arrangements, you must be located in AdelaideIf you have previous experience in procurement, supply chain or contracts management, apply using the 'Apply Now' button adjacent to the advert, or contact Rachel from more information on 8150 7034. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the companyMy client is a Civil Construction company Located in Canberra who looks after a broad range of civil projects. They are market leaders who specialise in Civil infrastructure, Bridge and Stormwater maintenance, and other civil works. Due to strong growth and pipeline I am seeking an experienced Civil Estimator to join the team here in canberra. Your main responsibilities will be bid administration and prepping full estimates Must have experience3 + years experience in australia as a Civil Estimator Local experience with in AustraliaFull time work rightsYour duties and responsibilitiesPreparation of written responses to tender evaluation criteriaPreparation of construction programsAnalyse draft contract requirementsPrioritising and organising deadlines for bidsAssisting the development team in gathering information from local government and authorities that may affect project budget, scope or scheduleDeveloping preliminary milestone construction schedules for all jobs that align with the tender documentation and contract requirement schedulePreparation of Tender Handover Agenda’s upon tender acceptancePrepare WHSE Preliminary Risk AssessmentsPreparing, issuing, receiving and reviewing supplier and subcontractor proposals and pricing.Bid administration in preparing full estimates on the companies work Establishing a firm understanding of initial project requirementsPrepare, analyse and maintain accurate quantities and thorough take offs from plansCoordinating with the client on all changes in scope, questions or clarifications regarding the work, during the bidding process.Conducting site inspections for tender understanding, analysis of conditions and assessment of risk and identification of activities that may or may not be shown in tender documents. If you are an experienced Estimator looking to join a busy team in the Canberra market and bring your talent to achieve strong work flow and build team connections then this is the role for you.Please apply now or you can call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or you can alternatively email you resume though to jasmine.sitoou@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.
      About the companyMy client is a Civil Construction company Located in Canberra who looks after a broad range of civil projects. They are market leaders who specialise in Civil infrastructure, Bridge and Stormwater maintenance, and other civil works. Due to strong growth and pipeline I am seeking an experienced Civil Estimator to join the team here in canberra. Your main responsibilities will be bid administration and prepping full estimates Must have experience3 + years experience in australia as a Civil Estimator Local experience with in AustraliaFull time work rightsYour duties and responsibilitiesPreparation of written responses to tender evaluation criteriaPreparation of construction programsAnalyse draft contract requirementsPrioritising and organising deadlines for bidsAssisting the development team in gathering information from local government and authorities that may affect project budget, scope or scheduleDeveloping preliminary milestone construction schedules for all jobs that align with the tender documentation and contract requirement schedulePreparation of Tender Handover Agenda’s upon tender acceptancePrepare WHSE Preliminary Risk AssessmentsPreparing, issuing, receiving and reviewing supplier and subcontractor proposals and pricing.Bid administration in preparing full estimates on the companies work Establishing a firm understanding of initial project requirementsPrepare, analyse and maintain accurate quantities and thorough take offs from plansCoordinating with the client on all changes in scope, questions or clarifications regarding the work, during the bidding process.Conducting site inspections for tender understanding, analysis of conditions and assessment of risk and identification of activities that may or may not be shown in tender documents. If you are an experienced Estimator looking to join a busy team in the Canberra market and bring your talent to achieve strong work flow and build team connections then this is the role for you.Please apply now or you can call Jasmine on 0419 013 883 or you can alternatively email you resume though to jasmine.sitoou@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
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Structures InspectorRandstad have partnered with an excellent Victorian railway operator in their search for an experienced Structures Inspector. Benefits of this role:Exciting railway structures projectsMarket leading rates available Potential for ongoing contract work Key Responsibilities include:Undertake general and detailed scheduled and unscheduled inspections on all designated civil assetsCompile detailed reports on the results of any inspections and recommend on maintenance priorities to ensure ongoing safe and effective performance.Provide specific advice to management on civil assetsUpdate computer database for the recording of asset conditionRespond to emergencies after hours as requiredIdentify and assess likely condition deterioration and identify timely or urgent actions to ensure structural integrity of civil and assets The successful candidate will have:Formal qualifications or relevant in-service training course completion related to inspection of Civil assets and Civil construction/maintenanceTrain Track Safeworking Level 4 is desirable; (Level 3 a minimum requirement)Significant experience and demonstrated capability in Civil/structure asset inspection and maintenance and the associated standards and regulatory requirements.Extensive experience and demonstrated capability in bridge assessment, maintenance and construction.Sound understanding of OHS, environmental and heritage issuesExperience and sound ability in using a database-type Asset Management/Works Management system for planning and reporting on asset condition inspections and defect reports. Randstad 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 Ben Smith on 0421229905 or email at ben.smith@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.
      Structures InspectorRandstad have partnered with an excellent Victorian railway operator in their search for an experienced Structures Inspector. Benefits of this role:Exciting railway structures projectsMarket leading rates available Potential for ongoing contract work Key Responsibilities include:Undertake general and detailed scheduled and unscheduled inspections on all designated civil assetsCompile detailed reports on the results of any inspections and recommend on maintenance priorities to ensure ongoing safe and effective performance.Provide specific advice to management on civil assetsUpdate computer database for the recording of asset conditionRespond to emergencies after hours as requiredIdentify and assess likely condition deterioration and identify timely or urgent actions to ensure structural integrity of civil and assets The successful candidate will have:Formal qualifications or relevant in-service training course completion related to inspection of Civil assets and Civil construction/maintenanceTrain Track Safeworking Level 4 is desirable; (Level 3 a minimum requirement)Significant experience and demonstrated capability in Civil/structure asset inspection and maintenance and the associated standards and regulatory requirements.Extensive experience and demonstrated capability in bridge assessment, maintenance and construction.Sound understanding of OHS, environmental and heritage issuesExperience and sound ability in using a database-type Asset Management/Works Management system for planning and reporting on asset condition inspections and defect reports. Randstad 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 Ben Smith on 0421229905 or email at ben.smith@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
      • full-time
      Asset Planning Engineer - Track, Civil & StructuralRandstad have partnered with a major rail operator in their search for two Asset Planning Engineers within their Track, Civil & Structures Team. Benefits of this role:Chance to shape the Victorian transport industryMarket leading rates available Great career progression with potential permanent opportunity Key Responsibilities include:Review & validate MPM nominations and prioritise in current or future MPM workbanks if nomination is not rejected.Identify, engage and document stakeholder requirements from key internal stakeholders such as Network Maintenance & Network Engineering in order to develop a Stage Gate 1 Project Brief.Develop a Stage Gate 1 Project brief, SG1PB must include agreed scope, known defects, design requirements, high level bill of materials, target cost estimate (TCE) (+/- 20% accuracy) and milestone timeline. It may also include things such as surveys, assessments, photos, maps, speed restrictions etc.Coordinate Site Inspections and workshops with key stakeholders to ensure scopes are clearly known and agreed as well as constraints.Develop site maps to assist in visualisation of the scope of worksVerify costs with the Estimator as well as inventory cost & availability with Supply Chain.Work closely with Lifecycle Planning team to identify assets in the model requiring renewal and nominate for renewal. The successful candidate will have:A bachelor’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline and/or Asset Management (essential)Minimum 2 years structures, civil & facilities rail experience. (essential)Experience in identifying, developing, and delivering track & civil rail projects (essential)Experience in rail maintenance (beneficial) Randstad 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 Ben Smith on 0421229905 or email at ben.smith@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.
      Asset Planning Engineer - Track, Civil & StructuralRandstad have partnered with a major rail operator in their search for two Asset Planning Engineers within their Track, Civil & Structures Team. Benefits of this role:Chance to shape the Victorian transport industryMarket leading rates available Great career progression with potential permanent opportunity Key Responsibilities include:Review & validate MPM nominations and prioritise in current or future MPM workbanks if nomination is not rejected.Identify, engage and document stakeholder requirements from key internal stakeholders such as Network Maintenance & Network Engineering in order to develop a Stage Gate 1 Project Brief.Develop a Stage Gate 1 Project brief, SG1PB must include agreed scope, known defects, design requirements, high level bill of materials, target cost estimate (TCE) (+/- 20% accuracy) and milestone timeline. It may also include things such as surveys, assessments, photos, maps, speed restrictions etc.Coordinate Site Inspections and workshops with key stakeholders to ensure scopes are clearly known and agreed as well as constraints.Develop site maps to assist in visualisation of the scope of worksVerify costs with the Estimator as well as inventory cost & availability with Supply Chain.Work closely with Lifecycle Planning team to identify assets in the model requiring renewal and nominate for renewal. The successful candidate will have:A bachelor’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline and/or Asset Management (essential)Minimum 2 years structures, civil & facilities rail experience. (essential)Experience in identifying, developing, and delivering track & civil rail projects (essential)Experience in rail maintenance (beneficial) Randstad 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 Ben Smith on 0421229905 or email at ben.smith@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
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Office Administrator Part-time to Full-time Melbourne l CBDThe OpportunityAre you an experienced Administrative Assistant? You will have significant experience in administration, with the ability to work as a valued member within a team on site. Your role will be essential to continuous growth and the smooth operation of the company. You will support the administration team, following out the below duties.It would be great to have someone with Marketing/social experience to assist with our Linked and website updates. We would look at this role being full time but initially with current restrictions it would be part time, possible 3 full days a week or even half days but it has to be 1 to 5.30pm so we have someone in the afternoon.Being at Randstad, we are known to work with top tier infrastructure companies that deliver major essential infrastructure nationally across Australia.DutiesAssisting the engineers with utility applications, ensuring they are lodged, communicating with clients regarding application fees, and processing credit card payments.Working with the to ensure business requirements are met such as timesheetsProducing reports for the Engineers weekly including outstanding invoicesReceive any direct incoming email and telephone correspondenceTaking meeting notes, preparing agenda and actions.Assisting with tenders and supplier applications, researching websites and registers to find state and local government workFollowing up fee proposals issued by the companyEntering new Proposals into our system ensuring all information is checkedProviding support and cover for the office managerAssisting finance officer when requiredWelcoming and assisting office visitorsCourier and mail tasksKeeping track and ordering of stationery and office suppliesShreddingRequirementsExcellent organization skills, including forward planning, managing multiple demands, tight deadlines and organising people and resourcesHigh attention to detail and strong communication skillsProficiency in MS Office (especially Excel and Word)Enthusiastic to learn, a team player with the desire to support others and in turn be supported, in order for the team to succeed togetherExcellent telephone mannerExperience with a social media presence using Adobe, Canva to update LinkedIn and Website.Benefits Attractive salary packageWork life balance Ability to work in a well structured team environmentWorking with an industry leaderFun and collaborative environmentTo apply please click the appropriate link or email nikki.tampakas@randstad.com.au with a Resume and Cover Letter. 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.
      Office Administrator Part-time to Full-time Melbourne l CBDThe OpportunityAre you an experienced Administrative Assistant? You will have significant experience in administration, with the ability to work as a valued member within a team on site. Your role will be essential to continuous growth and the smooth operation of the company. You will support the administration team, following out the below duties.It would be great to have someone with Marketing/social experience to assist with our Linked and website updates. We would look at this role being full time but initially with current restrictions it would be part time, possible 3 full days a week or even half days but it has to be 1 to 5.30pm so we have someone in the afternoon.Being at Randstad, we are known to work with top tier infrastructure companies that deliver major essential infrastructure nationally across Australia.DutiesAssisting the engineers with utility applications, ensuring they are lodged, communicating with clients regarding application fees, and processing credit card payments.Working with the to ensure business requirements are met such as timesheetsProducing reports for the Engineers weekly including outstanding invoicesReceive any direct incoming email and telephone correspondenceTaking meeting notes, preparing agenda and actions.Assisting with tenders and supplier applications, researching websites and registers to find state and local government workFollowing up fee proposals issued by the companyEntering new Proposals into our system ensuring all information is checkedProviding support and cover for the office managerAssisting finance officer when requiredWelcoming and assisting office visitorsCourier and mail tasksKeeping track and ordering of stationery and office suppliesShreddingRequirementsExcellent organization skills, including forward planning, managing multiple demands, tight deadlines and organising people and resourcesHigh attention to detail and strong communication skillsProficiency in MS Office (especially Excel and Word)Enthusiastic to learn, a team player with the desire to support others and in turn be supported, in order for the team to succeed togetherExcellent telephone mannerExperience with a social media presence using Adobe, Canva to update LinkedIn and Website.Benefits Attractive salary packageWork life balance Ability to work in a well structured team environmentWorking with an industry leaderFun and collaborative environmentTo apply please click the appropriate link or email nikki.tampakas@randstad.com.au with a Resume and Cover Letter. 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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$44.00 - AU$45.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      We are recruiting for a temporary casual opportunity to work as a Randstad contractor at one of our local government clients.The role will be based in the northern suburbs, approximately half an hour drive from the city.About the Role:Reporting to the Team Leader Communications, Marketing and Events and taking daily direction from the Senior Events Officer, the Events Officer supports the delivery of Council’s Events and Activation program, which includes the planning, implementation and evaluation of major, activation and other events. This position plays a key role in the facilitation of Council’s Event Sponsorship Program, Event Attraction Program and Citizenship Ceremonies as well as the provision of event support and advice to internal stakeholders.Responsibilities:Assist with the development, theming and delivery of the Events and Activation program, including all activation, attraction and sponsorship events.Deliver Council’s Citizenship Ceremonies in a well-coordinated and professional manner.Assist with the delivery of the Events and Activation program marketing and communications plans.Supervise and direct event contractors and suppliers, staff and volunteers at major, activation and other events as directed.Deliver all events and allocated duties in a timely, cost effective and well-coordinated manner.Assist with the delivery of the contractual obligations of the Event Sponsorship, Partnership and Attraction programs.Assist with reporting event outcomes against Council’s strategic and business objectives and community expectations.Identify and support event specific risk, WHS and COVID plans for Council’s Events and Activation program. Role Requirements:Proven track experience in the coordination, management and monitoring of medium to large corporate or community events, place activations and curation Proven experience in sourcing and securing funding and in coordinating funding programs and providing guidance to applicants.Proven experience in the design and implementation place activation initiatives.Ability to develop effective relationships and partnerships with community and other stakeholders.Advanced written and verbal communication skills and ability to build strong professional relationships with internal and external stakeholders from diverse backgrounds.Must be available to start as soon as possible and available to work on Australia DayNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact Miya Kobayashi, Senior Consultant – Government Professionals at Randstad, by sending an email to miya.kobayashi@randstad.com.auMore Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to the all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/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 recruiting for a temporary casual opportunity to work as a Randstad contractor at one of our local government clients.The role will be based in the northern suburbs, approximately half an hour drive from the city.About the Role:Reporting to the Team Leader Communications, Marketing and Events and taking daily direction from the Senior Events Officer, the Events Officer supports the delivery of Council’s Events and Activation program, which includes the planning, implementation and evaluation of major, activation and other events. This position plays a key role in the facilitation of Council’s Event Sponsorship Program, Event Attraction Program and Citizenship Ceremonies as well as the provision of event support and advice to internal stakeholders.Responsibilities:Assist with the development, theming and delivery of the Events and Activation program, including all activation, attraction and sponsorship events.Deliver Council’s Citizenship Ceremonies in a well-coordinated and professional manner.Assist with the delivery of the Events and Activation program marketing and communications plans.Supervise and direct event contractors and suppliers, staff and volunteers at major, activation and other events as directed.Deliver all events and allocated duties in a timely, cost effective and well-coordinated manner.Assist with the delivery of the contractual obligations of the Event Sponsorship, Partnership and Attraction programs.Assist with reporting event outcomes against Council’s strategic and business objectives and community expectations.Identify and support event specific risk, WHS and COVID plans for Council’s Events and Activation program. Role Requirements:Proven track experience in the coordination, management and monitoring of medium to large corporate or community events, place activations and curation Proven experience in sourcing and securing funding and in coordinating funding programs and providing guidance to applicants.Proven experience in the design and implementation place activation initiatives.Ability to develop effective relationships and partnerships with community and other stakeholders.Advanced written and verbal communication skills and ability to build strong professional relationships with internal and external stakeholders from diverse backgrounds.Must be available to start as soon as possible and available to work on Australia DayNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact Miya Kobayashi, Senior Consultant – Government Professionals at Randstad, by sending an email to miya.kobayashi@randstad.com.auMore Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to the all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/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$130,000 - AU$145,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyOur client is a national, not-for-profit organisation that delivers high quality, accessible and affordable housing for people who struggle to find a suitable home in Australia’s challenging private market. The organisation provides support across Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, New South Wales and West Australia with a large portfolio of properties and tenants. Due to significant growth of the past 18 months the organisation is currently looking for an experienced Development Manager to join the supportive team in Victoria.The OpportunityYou will be responsible for identifying new development opportunities, target areas of operation, undertaking feasibility studies to ensure financial, environmental, and social sustainability. Reporting to the General Manager Development, the Development Manager will also manage the implementation of projects including preliminary works and oversee all aspects of the process from design to successful handover.About YouTertiary qualifications in Property, Construction, Engineering or relevant disciplineProven experience in delivering projects considering the broader development environment, and innovative funding, joint venture and partner offers. Review planning proposals and be able to secure future development opportunities.Technical knowledge of Development, Building and Construction processes and projectsExperience in business development and identifying funding sources to support development opportunitiesYou must have an in-depth understanding, gained through experience, of grants, EOIs, report writing, feasibility studies, heritage, and other studies, to be able to deliver large-scale growth projects.Experience in preparing project reports and tender documentsManage the design and process of projects, including architectural and engineering design and facilitating and assessing relevant cost estimates.An understanding of a projects full lifecycle within the commercial sector in medium to large scale projectsCommercial Project Management experience including systematic assessment, development, monitoring and review of projects, consultant inputs, with significant focus on planning and delivery of built form and community outcomes. Excellent communication and negotiating skills and experience in liaising with consultants and stakeholders to develop design briefs, costings and submissions to local government town planners.Facilitate as necessary community consultation with respect to proposed projects.Influence and Negotiation skills – the ability to influence and effectively negotiate with clients/stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes. Experience in administering construction contracts with successful contractors following tender evaluation and manage delivery across the design and build phasesHigh level conceptual, analytical, and problem-solving skillsStrong interpersonal skills with an ability to build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders both internal and externalDrive the implementation of quality control measures to ensure that the quality of project plans and proposals are of the highest standard, in accordance with company values, budget, policies and best practice.Experience in managing teams, project budgets and client relationships.PRINCE 2 (practitioner preferred), or PMP, or Reg PM qualificationsBenefits:Opportunities for career developmentGreat culture and environment Flexible working arrangementsCompetitive salary package along with living expenses allowanceHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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 CompanyOur client is a national, not-for-profit organisation that delivers high quality, accessible and affordable housing for people who struggle to find a suitable home in Australia’s challenging private market. The organisation provides support across Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, New South Wales and West Australia with a large portfolio of properties and tenants. Due to significant growth of the past 18 months the organisation is currently looking for an experienced Development Manager to join the supportive team in Victoria.The OpportunityYou will be responsible for identifying new development opportunities, target areas of operation, undertaking feasibility studies to ensure financial, environmental, and social sustainability. Reporting to the General Manager Development, the Development Manager will also manage the implementation of projects including preliminary works and oversee all aspects of the process from design to successful handover.About YouTertiary qualifications in Property, Construction, Engineering or relevant disciplineProven experience in delivering projects considering the broader development environment, and innovative funding, joint venture and partner offers. Review planning proposals and be able to secure future development opportunities.Technical knowledge of Development, Building and Construction processes and projectsExperience in business development and identifying funding sources to support development opportunitiesYou must have an in-depth understanding, gained through experience, of grants, EOIs, report writing, feasibility studies, heritage, and other studies, to be able to deliver large-scale growth projects.Experience in preparing project reports and tender documentsManage the design and process of projects, including architectural and engineering design and facilitating and assessing relevant cost estimates.An understanding of a projects full lifecycle within the commercial sector in medium to large scale projectsCommercial Project Management experience including systematic assessment, development, monitoring and review of projects, consultant inputs, with significant focus on planning and delivery of built form and community outcomes. Excellent communication and negotiating skills and experience in liaising with consultants and stakeholders to develop design briefs, costings and submissions to local government town planners.Facilitate as necessary community consultation with respect to proposed projects.Influence and Negotiation skills – the ability to influence and effectively negotiate with clients/stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes. Experience in administering construction contracts with successful contractors following tender evaluation and manage delivery across the design and build phasesHigh level conceptual, analytical, and problem-solving skillsStrong interpersonal skills with an ability to build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders both internal and externalDrive the implementation of quality control measures to ensure that the quality of project plans and proposals are of the highest standard, in accordance with company values, budget, policies and best practice.Experience in managing teams, project budgets and client relationships.PRINCE 2 (practitioner preferred), or PMP, or Reg PM qualificationsBenefits:Opportunities for career developmentGreat culture and environment Flexible working arrangementsCompetitive salary package along with living expenses allowanceHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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
      • full-time
      The CompanyOur client is a national, not-for-profit organisation that delivers high quality, accessible and affordable housing for people who struggle to find a suitable home in Australia’s challenging private market. The organisation provides support across Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, New South Wales and West Australia with a large portfolio of properties and tenants. Due to significant growth of the past 18 months the organisation is currently looking for an experienced Development Manager to join the supportive team in Victoria.The OpportunityYou will be responsible for identifying new development opportunities, target areas of operation, undertaking feasibility studies to ensure financial, environmental, and social sustainability. Reporting to the General Manager Development, the Development Manager will also manage the implementation of projects including preliminary works and oversee all aspects of the process from design to successful handover.About YouTertiary qualifications in Property, Construction, Engineering or relevant disciplineProven experience in delivering projects considering the broader development environment, and innovative funding, joint venture and partner offers. Review planning proposals and be able to secure future development opportunities.Technical knowledge of Development, Building and Construction processes and projectsExperience in business development and identifying funding sources to support development opportunitiesYou must have an in-depth understanding, gained through experience, of grants, EOIs, report writing, feasibility studies, heritage, and other studies, to be able to deliver large-scale growth projects.Experience in preparing project reports and tender documentsManage the design and process of projects, including architectural and engineering design and facilitating and assessing relevant cost estimates.An understanding of a projects full lifecycle within the commercial sector in medium to large scale projectsCommercial Project Management experience including systematic assessment, development, monitoring and review of projects, consultant inputs, with significant focus on planning and delivery of built form and community outcomes. Excellent communication and negotiating skills and experience in liaising with consultants and stakeholders to develop design briefs, costings and submissions to local government town planners.Facilitate as necessary community consultation with respect to proposed projects.Influence and Negotiation skills – the ability to influence and effectively negotiate with clients/stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes. Experience in administering construction contracts with successful contractors following tender evaluation and manage delivery across the design and build phasesHigh level conceptual, analytical, and problem-solving skillsStrong interpersonal skills with an ability to build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders both internal and externalDrive the implementation of quality control measures to ensure that the quality of project plans and proposals are of the highest standard, in accordance with company values, budget, policies and best practice.Experience in managing teams, project budgets and client relationships.PRINCE 2 (practitioner preferred), or PMP, or Reg PM qualificationsBenefits:Opportunities for career developmentGreat culture and environment Flexible working arrangementsCompetitive salary package along with living expenses allowanceHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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 CompanyOur client is a national, not-for-profit organisation that delivers high quality, accessible and affordable housing for people who struggle to find a suitable home in Australia’s challenging private market. The organisation provides support across Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, New South Wales and West Australia with a large portfolio of properties and tenants. Due to significant growth of the past 18 months the organisation is currently looking for an experienced Development Manager to join the supportive team in Victoria.The OpportunityYou will be responsible for identifying new development opportunities, target areas of operation, undertaking feasibility studies to ensure financial, environmental, and social sustainability. Reporting to the General Manager Development, the Development Manager will also manage the implementation of projects including preliminary works and oversee all aspects of the process from design to successful handover.About YouTertiary qualifications in Property, Construction, Engineering or relevant disciplineProven experience in delivering projects considering the broader development environment, and innovative funding, joint venture and partner offers. Review planning proposals and be able to secure future development opportunities.Technical knowledge of Development, Building and Construction processes and projectsExperience in business development and identifying funding sources to support development opportunitiesYou must have an in-depth understanding, gained through experience, of grants, EOIs, report writing, feasibility studies, heritage, and other studies, to be able to deliver large-scale growth projects.Experience in preparing project reports and tender documentsManage the design and process of projects, including architectural and engineering design and facilitating and assessing relevant cost estimates.An understanding of a projects full lifecycle within the commercial sector in medium to large scale projectsCommercial Project Management experience including systematic assessment, development, monitoring and review of projects, consultant inputs, with significant focus on planning and delivery of built form and community outcomes. Excellent communication and negotiating skills and experience in liaising with consultants and stakeholders to develop design briefs, costings and submissions to local government town planners.Facilitate as necessary community consultation with respect to proposed projects.Influence and Negotiation skills – the ability to influence and effectively negotiate with clients/stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes. Experience in administering construction contracts with successful contractors following tender evaluation and manage delivery across the design and build phasesHigh level conceptual, analytical, and problem-solving skillsStrong interpersonal skills with an ability to build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders both internal and externalDrive the implementation of quality control measures to ensure that the quality of project plans and proposals are of the highest standard, in accordance with company values, budget, policies and best practice.Experience in managing teams, project budgets and client relationships.PRINCE 2 (practitioner preferred), or PMP, or Reg PM qualificationsBenefits:Opportunities for career developmentGreat culture and environment Flexible working arrangementsCompetitive salary package along with living expenses allowanceHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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
      • permanent
      • full-time
      We have been retained to source a Project Manager for a leading medium sized builder in Sydney (head contractor, not client side). As a result of a number of new project wins, they are looking employ another PM to ensure that they successfully deliver these projects on time, to budget and to a high quality. About The Company:This dynamic, award winning builder were established over ten years ago. They are renowned for delivering high end complex new build commercial extensions, interesting fit out, heritage and local government projects between $1 million and $10 million in value. They have an enviable reputation within the industry for successfully winning and delivering small to medium sized projects to an extremely high standard. They hire, train and develop some of the best staff in the industry, and embrace innovation which allows them to consistently outperform their competition. As a result of their continued success they have generated a strong pipeline of upcoming works, this includes projects in high-security environments such as the defence sector. They are accredited by the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC). They have a strong culture within the team with a clear focus on meritocracy which encourages promotion from within. A clear example of this is that a number of their senior leaders have progressed through the ranks within the business. They believe in rewarding high performance with a number of benefits which include:Exceptional career progression opportunitiesA commitment to training & developmentEmployee rewards schemesHealth & well-being InitiativesAnnual bonus scheme & other company benefitsThe Project Manager will be responsible and accountable for the following:Responsibility for the full life-cycle of the project(s), delivering 1-3 projects simultaneously (depending on their size) to a high standard with pre-agreed deadlines and targets to achieveOverall responsibility for project planning, cost control, budgeting and deliveryOverseeing and providing quality input to bids.Providing detailed technical and commercial information to the clientMonitoring progress of projects to avoid slippage by keeping in close contact with members of the site team at all times whilst and effectively liaising with architects, engineers, surveyors and planners.Ensuring that work complies with building regulations and health and safety legislation as well as other legal requirements.Ensure that the deadlines for completing the work are met as per the programmeEstablish and sustain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders with client satisfaction paramount.Ensuring regulations on 'high-security' sites are strictly adhered to.Candidates are sought with the following skills & experience:5+ years experience as a Project Manager specialising in commercial refurbishment, heritage or government projects of $5 Million+ in valueProven Project Management experience with excellent technical construction & building services knowledgeExtensive knowledge in reading and interpreting technical drawings and building permitsExposure to RFI's and agreeing variations with the clientMust have a high attention to detail with a focus on producing a quality product for clientsExperience in cost management, sub-contractor engagement, managing client relationships, project planning and reportingStrong commercial acumen and relevant tertiary qualificationPrior experience in commercial build and / or defence / government projects requiredAustralian citizenship is essential in order to secure clearance on defence projects. Unfortunately if you are on temporary visa, you will not be the right fit for this role.This is a fantastic opportunity to work with an employer of choice who can offer career progression, attractive salaries and the opportunity to work on interesting, challenging and diverse projects. They have committed to interview suitable candidates in the next two weeks so please submit your application speedily if you would like to be considered. If you would like to find out more please contact Tamara Dempsey at:e: tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au m: 0433 987817.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 have been retained to source a Project Manager for a leading medium sized builder in Sydney (head contractor, not client side). As a result of a number of new project wins, they are looking employ another PM to ensure that they successfully deliver these projects on time, to budget and to a high quality. About The Company:This dynamic, award winning builder were established over ten years ago. They are renowned for delivering high end complex new build commercial extensions, interesting fit out, heritage and local government projects between $1 million and $10 million in value. They have an enviable reputation within the industry for successfully winning and delivering small to medium sized projects to an extremely high standard. They hire, train and develop some of the best staff in the industry, and embrace innovation which allows them to consistently outperform their competition. As a result of their continued success they have generated a strong pipeline of upcoming works, this includes projects in high-security environments such as the defence sector. They are accredited by the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC). They have a strong culture within the team with a clear focus on meritocracy which encourages promotion from within. A clear example of this is that a number of their senior leaders have progressed through the ranks within the business. They believe in rewarding high performance with a number of benefits which include:Exceptional career progression opportunitiesA commitment to training & developmentEmployee rewards schemesHealth & well-being InitiativesAnnual bonus scheme & other company benefitsThe Project Manager will be responsible and accountable for the following:Responsibility for the full life-cycle of the project(s), delivering 1-3 projects simultaneously (depending on their size) to a high standard with pre-agreed deadlines and targets to achieveOverall responsibility for project planning, cost control, budgeting and deliveryOverseeing and providing quality input to bids.Providing detailed technical and commercial information to the clientMonitoring progress of projects to avoid slippage by keeping in close contact with members of the site team at all times whilst and effectively liaising with architects, engineers, surveyors and planners.Ensuring that work complies with building regulations and health and safety legislation as well as other legal requirements.Ensure that the deadlines for completing the work are met as per the programmeEstablish and sustain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders with client satisfaction paramount.Ensuring regulations on 'high-security' sites are strictly adhered to.Candidates are sought with the following skills & experience:5+ years experience as a Project Manager specialising in commercial refurbishment, heritage or government projects of $5 Million+ in valueProven Project Management experience with excellent technical construction & building services knowledgeExtensive knowledge in reading and interpreting technical drawings and building permitsExposure to RFI's and agreeing variations with the clientMust have a high attention to detail with a focus on producing a quality product for clientsExperience in cost management, sub-contractor engagement, managing client relationships, project planning and reportingStrong commercial acumen and relevant tertiary qualificationPrior experience in commercial build and / or defence / government projects requiredAustralian citizenship is essential in order to secure clearance on defence projects. Unfortunately if you are on temporary visa, you will not be the right fit for this role.This is a fantastic opportunity to work with an employer of choice who can offer career progression, attractive salaries and the opportunity to work on interesting, challenging and diverse projects. They have committed to interview suitable candidates in the next two weeks so please submit your application speedily if you would like to be considered. If you would like to find out more please contact Tamara Dempsey at:e: tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au m: 0433 987817.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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