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      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      Your responsibilitiesProvide administrative support to the team including processing letters, invoices, reports and records.Provide customer service through face to face contact, phone and email in a prompt and courteous manner.Registration, preparation and collation of applications, correspondence, certificates, notices, complaints, approval documents and all other forms of communications as they relate to the Portfolio.Assist technical officers in dealing with and advising applicants on how to make and check applications, lodge development applications at the front counter, comply with development procedures and monitoring work flow.To address general enquires, and backup other clerical functions in a prompt and courteous mannerContributing to workplace health and safety, risk, environmental and quality objectives and targetsKey capabilitiesDemonstrated working experience in office administration.Demonstrated ability to provide a high level of customer service and advice.Demonstrated ability to effectively use Microsoft suite of programs and electronic records management.Ability to plan, organise, set priorities and manage time to ensure objectives are achieved within an agreed timeline.Capacity to communicate effectively both in oral and written form.Ability to constructively contribute to organisational and team outcomes.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format or email kimberly.corneille@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.
      Your responsibilitiesProvide administrative support to the team including processing letters, invoices, reports and records.Provide customer service through face to face contact, phone and email in a prompt and courteous manner.Registration, preparation and collation of applications, correspondence, certificates, notices, complaints, approval documents and all other forms of communications as they relate to the Portfolio.Assist technical officers in dealing with and advising applicants on how to make and check applications, lodge development applications at the front counter, comply with development procedures and monitoring work flow.To address general enquires, and backup other clerical functions in a prompt and courteous mannerContributing to workplace health and safety, risk, environmental and quality objectives and targetsKey capabilitiesDemonstrated working experience in office administration.Demonstrated ability to provide a high level of customer service and advice.Demonstrated ability to effectively use Microsoft suite of programs and electronic records management.Ability to plan, organise, set priorities and manage time to ensure objectives are achieved within an agreed timeline.Capacity to communicate effectively both in oral and written form.Ability to constructively contribute to organisational and team outcomes.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format or email kimberly.corneille@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$70.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Our Federal Government client is looking to engage with prospective candidates experienced at the APS6 equivalent levels to contribute to large scale programs of work benefiting Australians into the future. They are seeking candidates who are confident in their ability to deliver strategic advice, have excellent stakeholder engagement skills, strong writing capabilities and have an understanding of Government regulatory processes Working at the APS6 level, you have the opportunity to join a busy team focused on developing and sustaining environmentally friendly and useful commodities. The role is available for 6 months with the potential to extend for another 6 months About the role:This position sits within a branch responsible for engaging with the states, territories, local government, industry associations and logistics organisation that develops, reforms and implements national Tyre Products and deliver sustainable outcomes for end-of-life tyresKey Responsibilities and Experience:Educate and inform the tyre processing sector on the waste export ban on waste tyres and provide support to the sector to understand their related obligations.Working closely with the Department to help identify opportunities to improve approaches, including, providing information to stakeholders, providing feedback on application process and communicating the obligations of licence and non-licence holders.Report on outcomes, opportunities, including for better education and compliance across the supply chain. Desired Knowledge and ExperienceStakeholder managementExcellent communication skills.Understanding of Government regulatory processesExperience working in or with the Waste or Recycling Sector Great Technology skills You will ideally be an Australian Citizen and hold a security clearanceIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to destiny.eze@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our Federal Government client is looking to engage with prospective candidates experienced at the APS6 equivalent levels to contribute to large scale programs of work benefiting Australians into the future. They are seeking candidates who are confident in their ability to deliver strategic advice, have excellent stakeholder engagement skills, strong writing capabilities and have an understanding of Government regulatory processes Working at the APS6 level, you have the opportunity to join a busy team focused on developing and sustaining environmentally friendly and useful commodities. The role is available for 6 months with the potential to extend for another 6 months About the role:This position sits within a branch responsible for engaging with the states, territories, local government, industry associations and logistics organisation that develops, reforms and implements national Tyre Products and deliver sustainable outcomes for end-of-life tyresKey Responsibilities and Experience:Educate and inform the tyre processing sector on the waste export ban on waste tyres and provide support to the sector to understand their related obligations.Working closely with the Department to help identify opportunities to improve approaches, including, providing information to stakeholders, providing feedback on application process and communicating the obligations of licence and non-licence holders.Report on outcomes, opportunities, including for better education and compliance across the supply chain. Desired Knowledge and ExperienceStakeholder managementExcellent communication skills.Understanding of Government regulatory processesExperience working in or with the Waste or Recycling Sector Great Technology skills You will ideally be an Australian Citizen and hold a security clearanceIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to destiny.eze@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000, per year, inclusive total package - neg
      • full-time
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find an established Project Manager to join their team.About the roleReporting to the Senior Project Manager and the Associate Director of Infrastructure and Planning, the Project Manager is accountable and responsible for the coordination, delivery and reporting of major and minor building works, ensuring projects are delivered on time, budget and to the quality expectations of the education body. The Project Manager will oversee the initiation, implementation and review of projects and work including the development of user briefs, establishing design and cost parameters and monitoring building/refurbishment activities.DutiesDeliver, manage and coordinate major planning, building and engineering projects and other major refurbishment works on budget, within agreed time frames and to the quality expectations of the client.Provide specialist practical construction input for capital works for building projects, including but not limited to design, project planning and development, documentation and cost estimation.Implement and take responsibility for project governance and the progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects. This includes ensuring all building works are carried out in accordance with approved documentation, construction programs and approved budgets.Convene and represent the client at meetings with stakeholders involved in capital works for building and engineering projects including, but not limited to, Client Groups, User Coordinators, Project Control Groups, consultants, builders and contractors.Facilitate the resolution of issues through interface meetings with Development Managers, Communications Manager and client representatives.Monitor progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects and ensure strict compliance with details and specifications, conditions of the Contract, building codes and Statutory Regulations.Manage and coordinate all procurement associated with the delivery of major building works contracts including preparation of tender documents, managing tender processes, contract administration and financial management.Develop and deliver key project management artefacts such as project plans, risk and issue registers, stakeholder engagement and communication plans and resource management plans.Skills and experiencePostgraduate qualifications preferably in, construction, engineering, project management and extensive experience in project management or an equivalent combination of experience and education/trainingDemonstrated strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and interact with a wide range of stakeholders including internal stakeholders, consultants, local government and statutory authoritiesExperience and/or knowledge of computer based Facilities/Project Management software and systems, and the ability to write clear and concise reportsIf this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.
      Randstad have partnered with a large local business in order to find an established Project Manager to join their team.About the roleReporting to the Senior Project Manager and the Associate Director of Infrastructure and Planning, the Project Manager is accountable and responsible for the coordination, delivery and reporting of major and minor building works, ensuring projects are delivered on time, budget and to the quality expectations of the education body. The Project Manager will oversee the initiation, implementation and review of projects and work including the development of user briefs, establishing design and cost parameters and monitoring building/refurbishment activities.DutiesDeliver, manage and coordinate major planning, building and engineering projects and other major refurbishment works on budget, within agreed time frames and to the quality expectations of the client.Provide specialist practical construction input for capital works for building projects, including but not limited to design, project planning and development, documentation and cost estimation.Implement and take responsibility for project governance and the progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects. This includes ensuring all building works are carried out in accordance with approved documentation, construction programs and approved budgets.Convene and represent the client at meetings with stakeholders involved in capital works for building and engineering projects including, but not limited to, Client Groups, User Coordinators, Project Control Groups, consultants, builders and contractors.Facilitate the resolution of issues through interface meetings with Development Managers, Communications Manager and client representatives.Monitor progress of projects to ensure quality in delivery of all major building works projects and ensure strict compliance with details and specifications, conditions of the Contract, building codes and Statutory Regulations.Manage and coordinate all procurement associated with the delivery of major building works contracts including preparation of tender documents, managing tender processes, contract administration and financial management.Develop and deliver key project management artefacts such as project plans, risk and issue registers, stakeholder engagement and communication plans and resource management plans.Skills and experiencePostgraduate qualifications preferably in, construction, engineering, project management and extensive experience in project management or an equivalent combination of experience and education/trainingDemonstrated strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and interact with a wide range of stakeholders including internal stakeholders, consultants, local government and statutory authoritiesExperience and/or knowledge of computer based Facilities/Project Management software and systems, and the ability to write clear and concise reportsIf this sounds like an opportunity suited to you and your current skill set, please put forward an application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all.

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