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      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$31.00 - AU$41.00 per hour
      • part-time
      Part-time customer service officer - Local GovernmentRare opportunity to work within a local council based in the northern suburbs of AdelaideOngoing casual role, with part time hours (Monday and Tuesday, potential for more hours on weekends)Starting at $31ph + superRandstad is currently recruiting for a skilled customer service officer to work within a busy local council subsidiary based in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. This opportunity will give you the exposure of working within Government and further develop your already existing skills.Who we areThis local government client forms part of the northern suburbs of Adelaide. This organisation provides the best practice waste management and resource recovery services to the community. It receives and processes material for a range of clients including businesses, industry and regional SA councils. This facility provides on-demand hard waste collection services, operation of two resource recovery centres and facilitates community engagement and education programs.About the roleWe are seeking a dynamic and passionate customer service officer who has excellent written and verbal communication skills to work for our local government client. You will be someone who thrives working in a team environment and has an excitement for learning new things daily. You will be responsible for:Providing high level customer service to customers of the facility.Be the first point of contact for customers of the facility.Answer detailed product and service questions.Handling complaints, providing appropriate solutions and alternatives.General phone and reception support.Responding to internal and external stakeholder enquiries via telephone or email.Cash and EFTPOS handling.Managing the receipt of invoices and ensuring their prompt processing.Providing exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.Ad hoc duties as required.Skills and ExperienceExperience in a similar Customer Service or Administration role is highly regarded.Knowledge of departmental programs, policies and activities.Well-developed administrative and communication skills both written and verbal.Ability and commitment to work positively in a team environment.High attention to detail.Work effectively in a fast paced environment.Demonstrate exceptional communication skills.Motivated and resilient; able to work well under pressure.Excellent organisational and time management skills.High level of attention to detail and analytical abilities.How to applyIf you feel this role may suit you please apply using the link or directly email 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.
      Part-time customer service officer - Local GovernmentRare opportunity to work within a local council based in the northern suburbs of AdelaideOngoing casual role, with part time hours (Monday and Tuesday, potential for more hours on weekends)Starting at $31ph + superRandstad is currently recruiting for a skilled customer service officer to work within a busy local council subsidiary based in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. This opportunity will give you the exposure of working within Government and further develop your already existing skills.Who we areThis local government client forms part of the northern suburbs of Adelaide. This organisation provides the best practice waste management and resource recovery services to the community. It receives and processes material for a range of clients including businesses, industry and regional SA councils. This facility provides on-demand hard waste collection services, operation of two resource recovery centres and facilitates community engagement and education programs.About the roleWe are seeking a dynamic and passionate customer service officer who has excellent written and verbal communication skills to work for our local government client. You will be someone who thrives working in a team environment and has an excitement for learning new things daily. You will be responsible for:Providing high level customer service to customers of the facility.Be the first point of contact for customers of the facility.Answer detailed product and service questions.Handling complaints, providing appropriate solutions and alternatives.General phone and reception support.Responding to internal and external stakeholder enquiries via telephone or email.Cash and EFTPOS handling.Managing the receipt of invoices and ensuring their prompt processing.Providing exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.Ad hoc duties as required.Skills and ExperienceExperience in a similar Customer Service or Administration role is highly regarded.Knowledge of departmental programs, policies and activities.Well-developed administrative and communication skills both written and verbal.Ability and commitment to work positively in a team environment.High attention to detail.Work effectively in a fast paced environment.Demonstrate exceptional communication skills.Motivated and resilient; able to work well under pressure.Excellent organisational and time management skills.High level of attention to detail and analytical abilities.How to applyIf you feel this role may suit you please apply using the link or directly email 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
      • part-time
      Recreation Support Officer - Local GovernmentWork in the sport & recreation industry with the City of Tea Tree GullyCasual position, with a guaranteed 22hrs per week minimum$29.59ph + superRandstad is currently recruiting for a recreation support officer to work within a busy local council based in the City of Tea Tree Gully. This opportunity will give you the exposure of working within Local Government and further develop your already existing skills.About the roleReporting to the Facility Manager Recreation Services, the Recreation Support Officer, based in the Turramurra Recreation Centre, is responsible for assisting with the administration of Council’s recreation, leisure and arts related programs and services including sporting and recreational programs, hirer coordination, promotions and marketing and building and departmental administration tasks. Provide a high level of customer service to internal and external customers in accordance with established standards of service delivery Assist in the management of external hire groups, Program Instructors and Contractors and the delivery of school holiday programsAssist in generating sporting fixtures and recreation programs, and taking bookings for recreation, arts and sport programs and events Provide administration support to the Recreation and Leisure Services team Participate in the development, implementation and review of relevant policies and procedures, programs and services as part of a continuous improvement cultureManage records in accordance with organisational Records Management procedures and practicesDevelop positive relationships with schools including undertaking school liaison activitiesResolution of customer enquiries, complaints and requestsReceive, record and be accountable for all cash transactions, including saleable items and reconciliation, including float, reserves and receiptsOrdering and authorisation of supplies for the centre within Council Purchasing procedures. Ensure a high operating standard relating to stock control and presentation of stock for sale with minimum wastage is maintained.Out of hours work is required in operation of the centre. A 7 day roster is applicable to this position. Hours/shifts are program dependent and may be modified during school holiday or Centre closure periods. Hours of Work:Sunday: 5.30pm-closeMonday: 3pm-closeThursday: 8am-1.30pmFriday: 8am-2.30pmQualifications:Working with Children CheckResponding to Abuse and Neglect CertificateSenior First AidExperience in a recreation centre setting or qualifications in a related field - DesirableHow to applyIf you feel this role may suit you please apply using the link or directly email 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.
      Recreation Support Officer - Local GovernmentWork in the sport & recreation industry with the City of Tea Tree GullyCasual position, with a guaranteed 22hrs per week minimum$29.59ph + superRandstad is currently recruiting for a recreation support officer to work within a busy local council based in the City of Tea Tree Gully. This opportunity will give you the exposure of working within Local Government and further develop your already existing skills.About the roleReporting to the Facility Manager Recreation Services, the Recreation Support Officer, based in the Turramurra Recreation Centre, is responsible for assisting with the administration of Council’s recreation, leisure and arts related programs and services including sporting and recreational programs, hirer coordination, promotions and marketing and building and departmental administration tasks. Provide a high level of customer service to internal and external customers in accordance with established standards of service delivery Assist in the management of external hire groups, Program Instructors and Contractors and the delivery of school holiday programsAssist in generating sporting fixtures and recreation programs, and taking bookings for recreation, arts and sport programs and events Provide administration support to the Recreation and Leisure Services team Participate in the development, implementation and review of relevant policies and procedures, programs and services as part of a continuous improvement cultureManage records in accordance with organisational Records Management procedures and practicesDevelop positive relationships with schools including undertaking school liaison activitiesResolution of customer enquiries, complaints and requestsReceive, record and be accountable for all cash transactions, including saleable items and reconciliation, including float, reserves and receiptsOrdering and authorisation of supplies for the centre within Council Purchasing procedures. Ensure a high operating standard relating to stock control and presentation of stock for sale with minimum wastage is maintained.Out of hours work is required in operation of the centre. A 7 day roster is applicable to this position. Hours/shifts are program dependent and may be modified during school holiday or Centre closure periods. Hours of Work:Sunday: 5.30pm-closeMonday: 3pm-closeThursday: 8am-1.30pmFriday: 8am-2.30pmQualifications:Working with Children CheckResponding to Abuse and Neglect CertificateSenior First AidExperience in a recreation centre setting or qualifications in a related field - DesirableHow to applyIf you feel this role may suit you please apply using the link or directly email 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
      • contract
      • full-time
      Exciting opportunity for a Supervisor Operations seeking a new opportunity. We are currently seeking a Supervisor Operations (Civil) for a local SA council, based in the North Eastern suburbs of Adelaide. This is initially a short term contract with a potential to extend.Position Objectives: Reporting to the Group Coordinator Civil & Buildings Projects, the Supervisor Operations (Civil) is responsible for managing the delivery of maintenance projects including roads, footpaths, car parks, outdoor sporting facilities, stormwater drainage and cemeteries.Key Responsibilities: Manage the Operations (Civil) teams to ensure that service standards, policy development, budget framework and operating procedures are achieved within the agreed timeframes and approved budget.Participate in the selection and scope of stormwater infrastructure assets, capital projects and maintenance programmes.Initiate and promote operational reviews with the aim of achieving gains in efficiency and effectiveness within the Civil Operations area.Develop an annual maintenance plan and operating budgets in line with the stormwater infrastructure Asset Plan.Contribute to the development and maintenance of various Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans.Develop strategies and plans in the areas of responsibility to support the delivery of strategic objectives, address legislative and regulatory requirements, improve customer experience, and increase the value we provide to our community. Regularly review Department structures and resources (financial, material and people) to ensure the delivery of departmental services and objectives that are aligned to customer/community needs.Develop a customer-centric performance measurement system (including Key Performance Indicators and measures), and report on performance to the Director, Executive Leadership Team, team members and other key stakeholders. Develop effective communication and consultation practices that are tailored to the needs of team members, other departments, customers and external stakeholders.Audit/review of departmental systems, policies and procedures/practices, and use audit/review results to improve departmental services and operations.Comply with all relevant organisational codes, policies, procedures, guidelines and standards and all other associated legislation, including the Local Government Act.Identify, manage and report risks in the pursuance of achieving business and corporate objectives; and actively engage staff in Council’s risk identification and management practicesRequired Skills & Knowledge:Leadership Political awareness Presentation/facilitation skillsInnovative and practical approach to problem solving and negotiationThe ability to plan, prioritise tasks and meet competing deadlinesDemonstrated high level of personal integrity and ethicsRequired Experience & Qualifications: A tertiary qualification in an appropriate discipline is highly desirable, however demonstrable relevant practical experience is also highly regarded Demonstrated experience in the management of a Civil construction workforce delivering successful annual maintenance programmesProject Management TechniquesContracts / Specification preparationEstimating and Budget ControlCivil Engineering Design Principles and PracticesLocal Government Act and other relevant legislationIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 08 8150 7001At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Exciting opportunity for a Supervisor Operations seeking a new opportunity. We are currently seeking a Supervisor Operations (Civil) for a local SA council, based in the North Eastern suburbs of Adelaide. This is initially a short term contract with a potential to extend.Position Objectives: Reporting to the Group Coordinator Civil & Buildings Projects, the Supervisor Operations (Civil) is responsible for managing the delivery of maintenance projects including roads, footpaths, car parks, outdoor sporting facilities, stormwater drainage and cemeteries.Key Responsibilities: Manage the Operations (Civil) teams to ensure that service standards, policy development, budget framework and operating procedures are achieved within the agreed timeframes and approved budget.Participate in the selection and scope of stormwater infrastructure assets, capital projects and maintenance programmes.Initiate and promote operational reviews with the aim of achieving gains in efficiency and effectiveness within the Civil Operations area.Develop an annual maintenance plan and operating budgets in line with the stormwater infrastructure Asset Plan.Contribute to the development and maintenance of various Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans.Develop strategies and plans in the areas of responsibility to support the delivery of strategic objectives, address legislative and regulatory requirements, improve customer experience, and increase the value we provide to our community. Regularly review Department structures and resources (financial, material and people) to ensure the delivery of departmental services and objectives that are aligned to customer/community needs.Develop a customer-centric performance measurement system (including Key Performance Indicators and measures), and report on performance to the Director, Executive Leadership Team, team members and other key stakeholders. Develop effective communication and consultation practices that are tailored to the needs of team members, other departments, customers and external stakeholders.Audit/review of departmental systems, policies and procedures/practices, and use audit/review results to improve departmental services and operations.Comply with all relevant organisational codes, policies, procedures, guidelines and standards and all other associated legislation, including the Local Government Act.Identify, manage and report risks in the pursuance of achieving business and corporate objectives; and actively engage staff in Council’s risk identification and management practicesRequired Skills & Knowledge:Leadership Political awareness Presentation/facilitation skillsInnovative and practical approach to problem solving and negotiationThe ability to plan, prioritise tasks and meet competing deadlinesDemonstrated high level of personal integrity and ethicsRequired Experience & Qualifications: A tertiary qualification in an appropriate discipline is highly desirable, however demonstrable relevant practical experience is also highly regarded Demonstrated experience in the management of a Civil construction workforce delivering successful annual maintenance programmesProject Management TechniquesContracts / Specification preparationEstimating and Budget ControlCivil Engineering Design Principles and PracticesLocal Government Act and other relevant legislationIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 08 8150 7001At 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
      Development Planner/ Sr. Development PlannerAre you an experienced Development Planner seeking a new challenge? Randstad are currently partnering with a local council in the western suburbs of Adelaide who are seeking Development planners to join their team. This is an opportunity to provide high quality planning assessment services to the community, as well as advice and education around planning matters that relate to this council.In addition to the many benefits of working for the local council, these roles offer real growth opportunities, paid CPD and full time employment on a permanent basis.About your new roleAs part of the council’s planning team, you will contribute to the efficient delivery of development assessment services that achieve exceptional planning outcomes for the community. Reporting to the Team Leader - Planning, the Planning Officer is responsible for:Undertaking the assessment and processing of development applications; ensuring that Council’s statutory obligations under relevant legislation(s) are met.Provide professional technical planning and development advice to our community, applicants and key stakeholders.Responding to general planning and development enquiries from the community, providing quality customer experience.Providing assistance to the Team Leader Planning in the coordination and provision of planning services for Council.Prepare reports for the Council Assessment Panel.What you will needThese roles are right for you if you hold a degree in Urban and Regional Planning (or similar) and ideally have at least 1-2 years of experience working in the development assessment field in either Local Government or the private sector.Tertiary qualification in urban and regional planning or equivalent qualification.Class C Driver's LicenseNational Police ClearanceEligibility to join the Planning Institute of Australia in the Member or Associate Class.Accredited Professional - Planning (Senior: Level 1, 3, 4 / Officer: Level 4) as defined under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016. (CPD can be provided to obtain this)Current White Card or eligibility to get one.Up to date Covid Vaccination.Innovative and practical approach to problem solving and negotiation.Initiative and ability to work with minimum supervision.Demonstrate a high level of personal integrity and ethics.Additional BenefitsExcellent work-life balance, working a 19 day 4 week period - work 8 hours per day for 19 days, then take the 20th day off as an RDOFreedom to direct contributions to any compliant superannuation fundA holistic healthy lifestyle incentives program offering flu vaccinations, skin checks, health seminars and moreFree access up to 3 counseling sessions through Employee Assistance ProgramJourney accident insurancePaid parental leaveUniform providedStudy assistanceLearning and development opportunitiesOn-site car parkingFlexible Working Arrangements Policy that supports work-life balanceNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact Suman at suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.auMore Opportunities Randstad is an approved talent supplier to the local and state Government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our gov job opportunitieshttps://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.
      Development Planner/ Sr. Development PlannerAre you an experienced Development Planner seeking a new challenge? Randstad are currently partnering with a local council in the western suburbs of Adelaide who are seeking Development planners to join their team. This is an opportunity to provide high quality planning assessment services to the community, as well as advice and education around planning matters that relate to this council.In addition to the many benefits of working for the local council, these roles offer real growth opportunities, paid CPD and full time employment on a permanent basis.About your new roleAs part of the council’s planning team, you will contribute to the efficient delivery of development assessment services that achieve exceptional planning outcomes for the community. Reporting to the Team Leader - Planning, the Planning Officer is responsible for:Undertaking the assessment and processing of development applications; ensuring that Council’s statutory obligations under relevant legislation(s) are met.Provide professional technical planning and development advice to our community, applicants and key stakeholders.Responding to general planning and development enquiries from the community, providing quality customer experience.Providing assistance to the Team Leader Planning in the coordination and provision of planning services for Council.Prepare reports for the Council Assessment Panel.What you will needThese roles are right for you if you hold a degree in Urban and Regional Planning (or similar) and ideally have at least 1-2 years of experience working in the development assessment field in either Local Government or the private sector.Tertiary qualification in urban and regional planning or equivalent qualification.Class C Driver's LicenseNational Police ClearanceEligibility to join the Planning Institute of Australia in the Member or Associate Class.Accredited Professional - Planning (Senior: Level 1, 3, 4 / Officer: Level 4) as defined under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016. (CPD can be provided to obtain this)Current White Card or eligibility to get one.Up to date Covid Vaccination.Innovative and practical approach to problem solving and negotiation.Initiative and ability to work with minimum supervision.Demonstrate a high level of personal integrity and ethics.Additional BenefitsExcellent work-life balance, working a 19 day 4 week period - work 8 hours per day for 19 days, then take the 20th day off as an RDOFreedom to direct contributions to any compliant superannuation fundA holistic healthy lifestyle incentives program offering flu vaccinations, skin checks, health seminars and moreFree access up to 3 counseling sessions through Employee Assistance ProgramJourney accident insurancePaid parental leaveUniform providedStudy assistanceLearning and development opportunitiesOn-site car parkingFlexible Working Arrangements Policy that supports work-life balanceNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact Suman at suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.auMore Opportunities Randstad is an approved talent supplier to the local and state Government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our gov job opportunitieshttps://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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Full time permanent positionExciting, work environment where no one day is the sameBe part of a strong administration focussed teamOur client’s has a reputation for excellence and superior customer service in their field. They have been providing equipment and product support services to mining, construction, industrial, marine and local government customers. Our reputation for excellence and superior customer service has enabled us to achieve continued sustained growth. Their success is worth being a part of.An opportunity exists for a Sales Administrator who has proven experience in working across Inventory Management, Pricing Management, Customer information, Market Analysis and Quotes Responsibilities of the Role:Providing personal assistance to the Used Equipment ManagerInvoicing for customersProcessing DBS sales and profit sheetsAdministration management of the websiteCompleting and submitting Ozone reportsCreating and dispersing monthly hotsheetsWeekly EMS and Management reportMonthly report for Used Equipment ManagerReconciliation of CCUE Parts Claims and EPP registrationsSubmitting all foreign currency requestsProcessing EPP quotes and registrationsProcessing all sales orders for Used EquipmentEnsuring machine COS transactions are reflected in EMSAttending to requests from Territory Managers /Sales Representatives including production of accurate equipment quotationsAdvising the Sales Representatives and other team members when variations to planned outcomes are expectedRaising purchase orders and vendor invoicingManaging the nominated administration and coordination duties associated with the position including filingAssisting other Sales and Marketing team members with various duties as required Skills and Experience Required:Relevant qualifications in Finance/Accounting/BusinessBasic comprehension of SAP and MS Office SuiteExcellent Time Management with the ability to work under pressure and manage competing prioritiesA problem-solving mindset and focus on continuous improvementAttention to detailPrevious experience with heavy mining or earthmoving equipment;Strong commitment to meeting customer requirementsFor the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.auref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Full time permanent positionExciting, work environment where no one day is the sameBe part of a strong administration focussed teamOur client’s has a reputation for excellence and superior customer service in their field. They have been providing equipment and product support services to mining, construction, industrial, marine and local government customers. Our reputation for excellence and superior customer service has enabled us to achieve continued sustained growth. Their success is worth being a part of.An opportunity exists for a Sales Administrator who has proven experience in working across Inventory Management, Pricing Management, Customer information, Market Analysis and Quotes Responsibilities of the Role:Providing personal assistance to the Used Equipment ManagerInvoicing for customersProcessing DBS sales and profit sheetsAdministration management of the websiteCompleting and submitting Ozone reportsCreating and dispersing monthly hotsheetsWeekly EMS and Management reportMonthly report for Used Equipment ManagerReconciliation of CCUE Parts Claims and EPP registrationsSubmitting all foreign currency requestsProcessing EPP quotes and registrationsProcessing all sales orders for Used EquipmentEnsuring machine COS transactions are reflected in EMSAttending to requests from Territory Managers /Sales Representatives including production of accurate equipment quotationsAdvising the Sales Representatives and other team members when variations to planned outcomes are expectedRaising purchase orders and vendor invoicingManaging the nominated administration and coordination duties associated with the position including filingAssisting other Sales and Marketing team members with various duties as required Skills and Experience Required:Relevant qualifications in Finance/Accounting/BusinessBasic comprehension of SAP and MS Office SuiteExcellent Time Management with the ability to work under pressure and manage competing prioritiesA problem-solving mindset and focus on continuous improvementAttention to detailPrevious experience with heavy mining or earthmoving equipment;Strong commitment to meeting customer requirementsFor the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.auref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Management of purchase contracts for timely negotiation, renewal and maximising value-add forbusiness unit customers● Continuous improvement of the contracts management framework● Monitor project activities against agreed schedules and monitor KPI’s to achieve objectives● The provision of all required reporting to relevant stakeholders in relation to purchase contracts● Coordination where required, of high level research and analysis of complex and sensitive issues● Work to project schedules to manage coordination issues and mitigate risks/delays● Driving the internal brand of contracts management within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting contracts management activities, across manycategories including ICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Contracts management experience and demonstrable knowledge in negotiating terms and draftingcontracts● Tertiary qualifications beneficial● Excellent written and verbal communication skills● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.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 TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Management of purchase contracts for timely negotiation, renewal and maximising value-add forbusiness unit customers● Continuous improvement of the contracts management framework● Monitor project activities against agreed schedules and monitor KPI’s to achieve objectives● The provision of all required reporting to relevant stakeholders in relation to purchase contracts● Coordination where required, of high level research and analysis of complex and sensitive issues● Work to project schedules to manage coordination issues and mitigate risks/delays● Driving the internal brand of contracts management within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting contracts management activities, across manycategories including ICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Contracts management experience and demonstrable knowledge in negotiating terms and draftingcontracts● Tertiary qualifications beneficial● Excellent written and verbal communication skills● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.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
      About TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Managing the end to end (source to contract) activities of assigned procurement projects to delivermaximum value● Undertaking market research to determine industry conditions, trends, opportunities and competition● Apply risk management principles to procurement projects to identify and mitigate risks● Maintain quality supplier relationships, assisting existing panel and new suppliers to work with theTAFE SA to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes● Encouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, andprocurement process/tools● Driving the internal brand of procurement within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting sourcing activities, across many categories includingICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Experience in procurement within a medium to large complex organisation within private or publicsector● Qualifications in procurement, supply chain, law or business beneficial● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.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 TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Managing the end to end (source to contract) activities of assigned procurement projects to delivermaximum value● Undertaking market research to determine industry conditions, trends, opportunities and competition● Apply risk management principles to procurement projects to identify and mitigate risks● Maintain quality supplier relationships, assisting existing panel and new suppliers to work with theTAFE SA to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes● Encouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, andprocurement process/tools● Driving the internal brand of procurement within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting sourcing activities, across many categories includingICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Experience in procurement within a medium to large complex organisation within private or publicsector● Qualifications in procurement, supply chain, law or business beneficial● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.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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