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      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$155,000, per year, full salary package
      • full-time
      City of Monash - Coordinator Capital Works Buildings Permanent, Full-Time positionTotal Remuneration Package up to $155,000 (Inclusive of Superannuation and option of Fully Maintained Private Use Vehicle)Notting Hill LocationThe City Monash is a dynamic organisation committed to providing excellence in service delivery. Located in the eastern region, Monash is a cosmopolitan and culturally diverse city, close to the demographic centre of Melbourne.The roleReporting to the Manager Capital Works, the Coordinator Capital Works Buildings will provide high quality project planning, programming, and supervision of environmental and building related projects and the successful handover for ongoing maintenance.This position leads and manages a project delivery team consisting of project managers, design managers and external contractors.Project management of consultants/ in-house staff in the preparation of plans, specifications and documents for assigned projects to meet current standards and requirements.Ensure that the project management of assigned projects from the Council’s Capital Works Program are carried out to meet the requirements of the plans and documentation.Manage all information in the various Corporate Management Systems.Assess construction sites and works assigned to the role for compliance with current OH&S, legislative and industry practice requirements, act upon and report on compliance.Provide accurate, timely reporting for all projects/activities managed by this role.What you will need to be successfulCouncil is seeking an experienced Project Manager who possesses a strong knowledge of planning and delivering Building and Construction projects & programs from early planning through construction and handover and finalisation stages.You will be someone with experience leading and managing a team of professionals to plan and deliver current and long-term construction programs and projects, prioritising and co-ordinating day-to-day activities and specific projects following recognised project management principles.Well-developed problem-solving skills and ability to co-ordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Qualifications in Building & Construction, Engineering or a related field (desirable) with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is required.How to applyUse the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/62b5297f4bbb5a6f6cb28a66The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact james.bourbos@randstad.com.auApplications close on Wednesday July 6th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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.
      City of Monash - Coordinator Capital Works Buildings Permanent, Full-Time positionTotal Remuneration Package up to $155,000 (Inclusive of Superannuation and option of Fully Maintained Private Use Vehicle)Notting Hill LocationThe City Monash is a dynamic organisation committed to providing excellence in service delivery. Located in the eastern region, Monash is a cosmopolitan and culturally diverse city, close to the demographic centre of Melbourne.The roleReporting to the Manager Capital Works, the Coordinator Capital Works Buildings will provide high quality project planning, programming, and supervision of environmental and building related projects and the successful handover for ongoing maintenance.This position leads and manages a project delivery team consisting of project managers, design managers and external contractors.Project management of consultants/ in-house staff in the preparation of plans, specifications and documents for assigned projects to meet current standards and requirements.Ensure that the project management of assigned projects from the Council’s Capital Works Program are carried out to meet the requirements of the plans and documentation.Manage all information in the various Corporate Management Systems.Assess construction sites and works assigned to the role for compliance with current OH&S, legislative and industry practice requirements, act upon and report on compliance.Provide accurate, timely reporting for all projects/activities managed by this role.What you will need to be successfulCouncil is seeking an experienced Project Manager who possesses a strong knowledge of planning and delivering Building and Construction projects & programs from early planning through construction and handover and finalisation stages.You will be someone with experience leading and managing a team of professionals to plan and deliver current and long-term construction programs and projects, prioritising and co-ordinating day-to-day activities and specific projects following recognised project management principles.Well-developed problem-solving skills and ability to co-ordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Qualifications in Building & Construction, Engineering or a related field (desirable) with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is required.How to applyUse the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/62b5297f4bbb5a6f6cb28a66The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact james.bourbos@randstad.com.auApplications close on Wednesday July 6th, 2022. If you have any questions please email james.bourbos@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$60.00 - AU$68.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking a Corporate Planning and Performance Coordinator who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Corporate Planning and Performance Coordinator will be responsible for the overall project coordination of the City of Melbourne’s Annual Report. The position also provides support for the Annual Plan and Budget and Council production.What you will need to exceedYou will have strong communication, policy and stakeholder management skills.Be able to support ongoing improvements to the Budget process.Be able to coordinate the production of an Annual Report with strategic communications.Monitor and ensure the Annual Report is compliant with requirements of the Local Government Act and LocalGovernment Planning.Coordinate the Council Plan's production and corporate publication requirements with Strategic Communications within timeframes and budget.Experience in Data Collection. Be able to provide analysis, insights and reporting on portfolio performance as required.Coordinate and prepare corporate communications documents, plans and reports as required.Demonstrated written communication skills, including experience in corporate writing.Demonstrated experience in project coordination.Mid to advance EXCEL, SharePoint 365 experience.Ability to work under pressure and to plan work to meet non-negotiable deadlines.DesirableExperience in working for local governmentNext stepsIf you are currently searching 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 a Corporate Planning and Performance Coordinator who can operate with excellence and expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference. About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Corporate Planning and Performance Coordinator will be responsible for the overall project coordination of the City of Melbourne’s Annual Report. The position also provides support for the Annual Plan and Budget and Council production.What you will need to exceedYou will have strong communication, policy and stakeholder management skills.Be able to support ongoing improvements to the Budget process.Be able to coordinate the production of an Annual Report with strategic communications.Monitor and ensure the Annual Report is compliant with requirements of the Local Government Act and LocalGovernment Planning.Coordinate the Council Plan's production and corporate publication requirements with Strategic Communications within timeframes and budget.Experience in Data Collection. Be able to provide analysis, insights and reporting on portfolio performance as required.Coordinate and prepare corporate communications documents, plans and reports as required.Demonstrated written communication skills, including experience in corporate writing.Demonstrated experience in project coordination.Mid to advance EXCEL, SharePoint 365 experience.Ability to work under pressure and to plan work to meet non-negotiable deadlines.DesirableExperience in working for local governmentNext stepsIf you are currently searching 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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced Senior Buildings/Built Form Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to take your next step and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital Building Projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Building Projects Team Leader, The Senior Buildings Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The Senior Buildings Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality building construction projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications. Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework. Providing advice and guidance to team members who undertake project deliveryDelivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Building Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualification or other accredited training in Civil Engineering/ Building Construction / Project Management. Highly developed oral and written communication skills to enable effective communication with a wide variety of people from all levels and backgrounds including staff, contractors and the public. Project Management skills, sound financial and budgeting skills, including the ability to develop and manage project budget allocations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
      Are you an experienced Senior Buildings/Built Form Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to take your next step and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital Building Projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Building Projects Team Leader, The Senior Buildings Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The Senior Buildings Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality building construction projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications. Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework. Providing advice and guidance to team members who undertake project deliveryDelivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Building Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualification or other accredited training in Civil Engineering/ Building Construction / Project Management. Highly developed oral and written communication skills to enable effective communication with a wide variety of people from all levels and backgrounds including staff, contractors and the public. Project Management skills, sound financial and budgeting skills, including the ability to develop and manage project budget allocations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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
      Senior Accountant- Local Government Are you looking to take on a new challenge in the Government sector? If job security, flexibility and company reputation are important to you, then this role is the right move.Randstad have teamed up with various local councils in Melbourne’s South East suburbs to recruit across the accounting/ finance temporary and permanent space.One of the many benefits of working in local council is work life balance. This organization prides themselves on their policies which mean that you can work from home 2-3 days a week if desired. Your new roleDuties include:Provide a dedicated interface between the finance unit and other business units in matters related to general ledger, budgets and performance reporting.Liaise with managers and co-ordinators in their monthly and periodic review of financial performance and ensure that the variance comments between YTD actual and budget are accurately recorded and updated on a regular basis.Prepare monthly and period performance reporting package with variance comments for both operating and capital expenses, for review by Co-ordinator Accounting Services.Assist the Co-ordinator Accounting Services in the coordination of annual budget, quarterly forecasts, labour budgets, carry forward expenditure and long-term strategic resource planning Tasks.Drive strategic process improvements to enhance the effectiveness of financial controls and the efficiency of processes through updates to systems, reporting, guidelines and templates.Working collaboratively, lead delivery of timely and accurate financial reporting and cash flow forecasting requirements.Manage financial activities in accordance with statutory reporting, and State and Commonwealth tax compliance requirements.Attribute requirements:Strong judgment and decision making skills. Co-ordination and completion of tasks relating to solving problems in a practical and technical sense, whilst developing options within the constraints of authorised practices.Apply personal judgement on specialised issues and make decisions on current developments, which are in line with recognised accounting practices.Specialist accounting skills and knowledge A clear knowledge and understanding of the relevant accounting standards and Regulations, especially AAS27 and IFRS requirements as they affect the reporting of Local Government entity.Adept bank reconciliation skills.Sound knowledge of the operations of an integrated corporate finance system with hands-on experience in general Ledger, accounts receivables, receipting and other finance modules.Carry out financial analysis and report on variance to budget and also critically evaluate variance explanations provided by managers and coordinators, for relevance and consistency.Your new companyWorking for local council is a rewarding yet stable career path. Entering into the local council space means you will be offered strong career progression with the opportunity to move both laterally and vertically throughout your time in the council. Who doesn’t want to be working on their doorstep without the hassle of commuting to the CBD?ApplyIf you are interested in a career in Local Government, and live in the South East suburbs, press the apply button or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@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.
      Senior Accountant- Local Government Are you looking to take on a new challenge in the Government sector? If job security, flexibility and company reputation are important to you, then this role is the right move.Randstad have teamed up with various local councils in Melbourne’s South East suburbs to recruit across the accounting/ finance temporary and permanent space.One of the many benefits of working in local council is work life balance. This organization prides themselves on their policies which mean that you can work from home 2-3 days a week if desired. Your new roleDuties include:Provide a dedicated interface between the finance unit and other business units in matters related to general ledger, budgets and performance reporting.Liaise with managers and co-ordinators in their monthly and periodic review of financial performance and ensure that the variance comments between YTD actual and budget are accurately recorded and updated on a regular basis.Prepare monthly and period performance reporting package with variance comments for both operating and capital expenses, for review by Co-ordinator Accounting Services.Assist the Co-ordinator Accounting Services in the coordination of annual budget, quarterly forecasts, labour budgets, carry forward expenditure and long-term strategic resource planning Tasks.Drive strategic process improvements to enhance the effectiveness of financial controls and the efficiency of processes through updates to systems, reporting, guidelines and templates.Working collaboratively, lead delivery of timely and accurate financial reporting and cash flow forecasting requirements.Manage financial activities in accordance with statutory reporting, and State and Commonwealth tax compliance requirements.Attribute requirements:Strong judgment and decision making skills. Co-ordination and completion of tasks relating to solving problems in a practical and technical sense, whilst developing options within the constraints of authorised practices.Apply personal judgement on specialised issues and make decisions on current developments, which are in line with recognised accounting practices.Specialist accounting skills and knowledge A clear knowledge and understanding of the relevant accounting standards and Regulations, especially AAS27 and IFRS requirements as they affect the reporting of Local Government entity.Adept bank reconciliation skills.Sound knowledge of the operations of an integrated corporate finance system with hands-on experience in general Ledger, accounts receivables, receipting and other finance modules.Carry out financial analysis and report on variance to budget and also critically evaluate variance explanations provided by managers and coordinators, for relevance and consistency.Your new companyWorking for local council is a rewarding yet stable career path. Entering into the local council space means you will be offered strong career progression with the opportunity to move both laterally and vertically throughout your time in the council. Who doesn’t want to be working on their doorstep without the hassle of commuting to the CBD?ApplyIf you are interested in a career in Local Government, and live in the South East suburbs, press the apply button or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@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.
      • mornington, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$40.00 - AU$70.00, per hour, AU$40 - AU$70 per hour + Plus Super
      • full-time
      About The Role:Skout Solutions are working with Ventia's Mornington Peninsula Shire contract and are seeking a contract Tree inspector to join the Tree team for a 6 month period. This is a great opportunity for a qualified Consulting Arborist/Inspector to provide specialist arboricultural advice across and work on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula The role offers 38 hours a week Monday to Friday from 7.30am - 4.00pm with a six month period with an attractive hourly rate.Benefits:Work vehicle provided for work purposesFull time hoursWork on the beautiful Mornington PeninsulaGain experience in the local government environmentKey responsibilities:Inspection of trees in parks and reserves according to set risk framework matrix.Enter data and criteria of trees into tree databaseSkills and Experience required:Certificate 5 Arboriculture (cert 4 equivalent)Competent with use on an IpadCurrent Victorian drivers licence**Shortlisted candidates will be contacted**
      About The Role:Skout Solutions are working with Ventia's Mornington Peninsula Shire contract and are seeking a contract Tree inspector to join the Tree team for a 6 month period. This is a great opportunity for a qualified Consulting Arborist/Inspector to provide specialist arboricultural advice across and work on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula The role offers 38 hours a week Monday to Friday from 7.30am - 4.00pm with a six month period with an attractive hourly rate.Benefits:Work vehicle provided for work purposesFull time hoursWork on the beautiful Mornington PeninsulaGain experience in the local government environmentKey responsibilities:Inspection of trees in parks and reserves according to set risk framework matrix.Enter data and criteria of trees into tree databaseSkills and Experience required:Certificate 5 Arboriculture (cert 4 equivalent)Competent with use on an IpadCurrent Victorian drivers licence**Shortlisted candidates will be contacted**
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$50.00 - AU$90.00, per hour, + superannuation
      • full-time
      Hazardous Material CoordinatorRandstad has partnered with a Victorian State Government rail organisation in their search for an experienced environment/hazardous material coordinatorBenefits of this role: Key responsibilities include: Develop and implement effective management/eradication of hazardous materials in line with regulatory requirements and current organisational procedures, within budget constraints. Provide guidance and support on all issues relating to hazardous materials & environmental contamination. Proactively respond to customer feedback and rectify deficiencies as needed. Assist the Facilities Maintenance Manager with the ongoing administration of contracts, contract writing, auditing of contract performance. Assist with the development of building maintenance budgets and project costings Plan and coordinate hazardous materials removal activities at specified locations. Assist in the management of hazardous materials register. Develop contract documentation. Supervise and manage contractors. Assist in the development of building works strategies, where hazardous materials are thought or known to be present. The successful candidate will have: Qualifications in WHS, Occupational Hygiene or related disciplines WHS industry experience supported by asbestos and contaminated site management experience • 5+ year's experience in facilitation/trainingRandstad 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 Hamish McLaren on 0416 216 676 or email at hamish.mclaren@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.
      Hazardous Material CoordinatorRandstad has partnered with a Victorian State Government rail organisation in their search for an experienced environment/hazardous material coordinatorBenefits of this role: Key responsibilities include: Develop and implement effective management/eradication of hazardous materials in line with regulatory requirements and current organisational procedures, within budget constraints. Provide guidance and support on all issues relating to hazardous materials & environmental contamination. Proactively respond to customer feedback and rectify deficiencies as needed. Assist the Facilities Maintenance Manager with the ongoing administration of contracts, contract writing, auditing of contract performance. Assist with the development of building maintenance budgets and project costings Plan and coordinate hazardous materials removal activities at specified locations. Assist in the management of hazardous materials register. Develop contract documentation. Supervise and manage contractors. Assist in the development of building works strategies, where hazardous materials are thought or known to be present. The successful candidate will have: Qualifications in WHS, Occupational Hygiene or related disciplines WHS industry experience supported by asbestos and contaminated site management experience • 5+ year's experience in facilitation/trainingRandstad 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 Hamish McLaren on 0416 216 676 or email at hamish.mclaren@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
      • AU$200,000 - AU$2,500,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyLongstanding funds manager and full-service property group with national portfolio of commercial assetsInteresting mix of projects - upgrades and capital works on existing properties (typically up to $10m) as well as leading new build projecs from cradle to grave to $30mLead the existing construction services team who deliver projects both in house, and via third third party buildign contractors, depending upon their size & location.The RoleThis opportunity is a key role leading the a small and established Construction Services, managing all aspects of the groups project delivery and playing a hands on role on their key projects. Core areas of responsibility includeDelivery - overseeing projects services from start to finish to ensure successful delivery to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. This includes playing a key hands on role through the design and construction phase.Compliance - ensuring all projects meet building compliance codes and other obligations - for both Federal, State and Local GovernmentOHS & E - create and maingtain a safety program for both individual projects and the company as a wholeQA/QC Management - conitnual review and evaluate company practice and processContract Management - maintain supplier and vendor performance of quality and cost across the portfolioBudgeting and Reporting - weekly and monthly reports of work order status and financial summaries. Qualifications & Experience requiredA track record of successfuly completed projects as Project Manager within the commercial building sector in Australia Strong working knowledge of commercial building systems, structures and civil works for projects up $50mAdvanced knowledge of Australian building legislation, codes and OHS&EProven experience with financial accountability, including monitoring budgets and forecastsOutstanding written and verbal communications skills, creative thinking approachTertiary qualification in Engineering or Construction.Whats on offerAn opportunity to transition your construction PM skills to a property and funds management organisation with an exceptional portfolio of projects and assetsStunning CBD offices with collaborative team environmentAn opportunity to get exposure to front end development and funds management (your core responsibility is in project delivery however)A five day working weekAn attractive salary package How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At 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 CompanyLongstanding funds manager and full-service property group with national portfolio of commercial assetsInteresting mix of projects - upgrades and capital works on existing properties (typically up to $10m) as well as leading new build projecs from cradle to grave to $30mLead the existing construction services team who deliver projects both in house, and via third third party buildign contractors, depending upon their size & location.The RoleThis opportunity is a key role leading the a small and established Construction Services, managing all aspects of the groups project delivery and playing a hands on role on their key projects. Core areas of responsibility includeDelivery - overseeing projects services from start to finish to ensure successful delivery to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. This includes playing a key hands on role through the design and construction phase.Compliance - ensuring all projects meet building compliance codes and other obligations - for both Federal, State and Local GovernmentOHS & E - create and maingtain a safety program for both individual projects and the company as a wholeQA/QC Management - conitnual review and evaluate company practice and processContract Management - maintain supplier and vendor performance of quality and cost across the portfolioBudgeting and Reporting - weekly and monthly reports of work order status and financial summaries. Qualifications & Experience requiredA track record of successfuly completed projects as Project Manager within the commercial building sector in Australia Strong working knowledge of commercial building systems, structures and civil works for projects up $50mAdvanced knowledge of Australian building legislation, codes and OHS&EProven experience with financial accountability, including monitoring budgets and forecastsOutstanding written and verbal communications skills, creative thinking approachTertiary qualification in Engineering or Construction.Whats on offerAn opportunity to transition your construction PM skills to a property and funds management organisation with an exceptional portfolio of projects and assetsStunning CBD offices with collaborative team environmentAn opportunity to get exposure to front end development and funds management (your core responsibility is in project delivery however)A five day working weekAn attractive salary package How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • geelong, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$145 - AU$146 per year
      • full-time
      This role will provide you with a unique opportunity to work with the Victorian road user community at a hyper local level to proactively identify, assess and manage constructive relationships via Strategic Partnerships and Engagement via with Victorian Government agencies, Local Governments, corporate and community organisations and advocacy groups.As a Team Manager, you will also be expected to inspire innovation, challenge the status quo, and lead best practice across the division and organization, to deliver high quality, effective and efficient programs and projects which are aligned to the agreed objectives of the Division and the company 2025 strategy.Day to day tasks will include:Proactively seek out opportunities to improve and align community and stakeholder relationships and activities being undertaken by the company.Engage with private and public sector stakeholders and groups to garner support and participation to educate, inform and inspire the community to improve road safety outcomes in their local area.Support the development, implementation and evolution of the company partnerships and engagement programs, ensuring contracts are executed and managed appropriately and activities are monitored, evaluated and reported consistentlyProvide advice on Local Government engagement needs within the company and to Road Safety Partner organisations.Ensure the management and protection of the company Brand and any trademark protected IP developed by the company.About YouTo be successful in this role, you’ll ideally possess the following skills and attributes:Ability to lead and coach team members to a high standard of performance, whilst maintaining a holistic approach to people leadershipDemonstrated experience providing high level strategic, tactical or operational advice to senior stakeholdersAbility to navigate through and solve complex situations and problems to achieve best outcomes, utilising a creative mindsetDemonstrated experience building, leveraging and influencing constructive relationships with key stakeholdersIn-depth knowledge and experience leading a team in a relevant partnerships/sponsorships or engagement role at a senior levelDemonstrated experience in project management and managing, monitoring and leading the evaluation and reporting of projects and programs of workExperience managing the development and management of workforce, budgets, finances, and expenditureIf you think you have the right experience and qualifcations please apply through the link below or contact Ryan Hall on ryan.hall@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This role will provide you with a unique opportunity to work with the Victorian road user community at a hyper local level to proactively identify, assess and manage constructive relationships via Strategic Partnerships and Engagement via with Victorian Government agencies, Local Governments, corporate and community organisations and advocacy groups.As a Team Manager, you will also be expected to inspire innovation, challenge the status quo, and lead best practice across the division and organization, to deliver high quality, effective and efficient programs and projects which are aligned to the agreed objectives of the Division and the company 2025 strategy.Day to day tasks will include:Proactively seek out opportunities to improve and align community and stakeholder relationships and activities being undertaken by the company.Engage with private and public sector stakeholders and groups to garner support and participation to educate, inform and inspire the community to improve road safety outcomes in their local area.Support the development, implementation and evolution of the company partnerships and engagement programs, ensuring contracts are executed and managed appropriately and activities are monitored, evaluated and reported consistentlyProvide advice on Local Government engagement needs within the company and to Road Safety Partner organisations.Ensure the management and protection of the company Brand and any trademark protected IP developed by the company.About YouTo be successful in this role, you’ll ideally possess the following skills and attributes:Ability to lead and coach team members to a high standard of performance, whilst maintaining a holistic approach to people leadershipDemonstrated experience providing high level strategic, tactical or operational advice to senior stakeholdersAbility to navigate through and solve complex situations and problems to achieve best outcomes, utilising a creative mindsetDemonstrated experience building, leveraging and influencing constructive relationships with key stakeholdersIn-depth knowledge and experience leading a team in a relevant partnerships/sponsorships or engagement role at a senior levelDemonstrated experience in project management and managing, monitoring and leading the evaluation and reporting of projects and programs of workExperience managing the development and management of workforce, budgets, finances, and expenditureIf you think you have the right experience and qualifcations please apply through the link below or contact Ryan Hall on ryan.hall@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
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Senior Design Engineer Are you an experienced Design Engineer looking to further progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your knowledge and experience to have a significant impact on the planning and development of infrastructure projects - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Regularly reporting to the Capital Works Coordinator at the Council, the Senior Design Engineer will be responsible for: Planning, scoping and prioritising suitable infrastructure projects for inclusion in the council’s 4-year capital works program Utilizing their extensive knowledge to provide specialist engineering advice and technical reviews of project proposals Assisting in the construction and delivery of the 4-year capital works program; and Liaising and communicating efficiently with internal stakeholders and departments, for the planning and development of projects that support their delivery objectives. What you will need to be successful We are seeking a suitably qualified Senior Design Engineer who has years of demonstrated experience in the preparation of municipal civil engineering designs, from concept to detailed phase. This individual must have strong technical and computer skills (must be well across AutoCAD, 3D Civil Design Software, Microsoft Suite and other programs such as DRAINS and MUSIC). You will be someone who is knowledgeable on design engineering standards and best practices, as well as legislative requirements and relationships with authorities. You will be able to work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as possessing a high standard of stakeholder engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably. About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities.With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
      Senior Design Engineer Are you an experienced Design Engineer looking to further progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your knowledge and experience to have a significant impact on the planning and development of infrastructure projects - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Regularly reporting to the Capital Works Coordinator at the Council, the Senior Design Engineer will be responsible for: Planning, scoping and prioritising suitable infrastructure projects for inclusion in the council’s 4-year capital works program Utilizing their extensive knowledge to provide specialist engineering advice and technical reviews of project proposals Assisting in the construction and delivery of the 4-year capital works program; and Liaising and communicating efficiently with internal stakeholders and departments, for the planning and development of projects that support their delivery objectives. What you will need to be successful We are seeking a suitably qualified Senior Design Engineer who has years of demonstrated experience in the preparation of municipal civil engineering designs, from concept to detailed phase. This individual must have strong technical and computer skills (must be well across AutoCAD, 3D Civil Design Software, Microsoft Suite and other programs such as DRAINS and MUSIC). You will be someone who is knowledgeable on design engineering standards and best practices, as well as legislative requirements and relationships with authorities. You will be able to work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as possessing a high standard of stakeholder engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably. About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities.With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
      • nunawading, victoria
      • contract
      • part-time
      Are you looking for an exciting part-time role?Randstad have teamed up with a local Government Department to recruit a Senior Accountant in the Capital Works area.About your new roleThe position will provide high-level administrative support in the development, administration and performance oversight of Council’s Capital Works Program and undertake specific project related duties.2-3 days per week, can work from home 1 day a weekNunawading location6 month contract, ASAP start Key Responsibilities:Assist with the development of draft Capital Works programs and budgets;Data collection associated with the establishment and maintenance of individual financial records for each project in Council’s annual capital works program;Capitalise project expenditure at project completion as per Council’s Capitalisation Policy;Provide regular updates on the capital works program project status to the Capital Works Program Coordinator as requiredConduct and report midyear meetings with Department Managers and Project Managers to update end of year project forecasts for all projects;Assist with End of Financial Year processes and procedures including the preparation of a draft end of year Capital Works financial and delivery performance report for EMT;Undertake project management and design recharges on a regular basis over 12 months;Maintain and update linked capital project financial spreadsheets and reports;Assist with Major Project financial data collection and status reporting;Assist staff across the organisation with Capital Works queries and provide expert advice on capital works program and budget matters;Perform reconciliation and analysis of actual expenses against budgets;Prepare monthly Capital Works Finance Reports, including Major Projects, for Council including variance analysis;Complete Quarterly Performance Reports for the Project Delivery and Assets Department;Ensure all documents and correspondence created is stored appropriately in Council’s Record Management System;Provide ad hoc reports and statistical summaries as required.Complete project work as required, including but not limited to:Asset data related projects associated with the NAMAF and AMCap Programs;Assets and Capital Works Department office support;Other defined project work as required from time to time.Deputise for the Capital Works Program Coordinator in his/her absence.Gain an understanding of the operation of Council’s asset management system (IPS) and be able to browse and extract appropriate data, as required, for work purposes;Undertake continuous improvement activities.What you'll need to succeedRelevant tertiary qualifications in accounting, financial management or project management. Demonstrated knowledge/experience in financial monitoring and the capacity to undertake detailed financial analysis in an accurate and reliable manner. Demonstrated extensive experience and proficiency in Microsoft applications and financial and contract management software.Working knowledge and understanding of budget development processes. Demonstrated ability to gain cooperation and assistance from management, peers and other employees in a timely and effective manner. Well-developed skills in time management, setting priorities and the planning and organising of own work to achieve desired outcomes, despite conflicting priorities. ApplyIf you are interested in applying, press apply or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@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.
      Are you looking for an exciting part-time role?Randstad have teamed up with a local Government Department to recruit a Senior Accountant in the Capital Works area.About your new roleThe position will provide high-level administrative support in the development, administration and performance oversight of Council’s Capital Works Program and undertake specific project related duties.2-3 days per week, can work from home 1 day a weekNunawading location6 month contract, ASAP start Key Responsibilities:Assist with the development of draft Capital Works programs and budgets;Data collection associated with the establishment and maintenance of individual financial records for each project in Council’s annual capital works program;Capitalise project expenditure at project completion as per Council’s Capitalisation Policy;Provide regular updates on the capital works program project status to the Capital Works Program Coordinator as requiredConduct and report midyear meetings with Department Managers and Project Managers to update end of year project forecasts for all projects;Assist with End of Financial Year processes and procedures including the preparation of a draft end of year Capital Works financial and delivery performance report for EMT;Undertake project management and design recharges on a regular basis over 12 months;Maintain and update linked capital project financial spreadsheets and reports;Assist with Major Project financial data collection and status reporting;Assist staff across the organisation with Capital Works queries and provide expert advice on capital works program and budget matters;Perform reconciliation and analysis of actual expenses against budgets;Prepare monthly Capital Works Finance Reports, including Major Projects, for Council including variance analysis;Complete Quarterly Performance Reports for the Project Delivery and Assets Department;Ensure all documents and correspondence created is stored appropriately in Council’s Record Management System;Provide ad hoc reports and statistical summaries as required.Complete project work as required, including but not limited to:Asset data related projects associated with the NAMAF and AMCap Programs;Assets and Capital Works Department office support;Other defined project work as required from time to time.Deputise for the Capital Works Program Coordinator in his/her absence.Gain an understanding of the operation of Council’s asset management system (IPS) and be able to browse and extract appropriate data, as required, for work purposes;Undertake continuous improvement activities.What you'll need to succeedRelevant tertiary qualifications in accounting, financial management or project management. Demonstrated knowledge/experience in financial monitoring and the capacity to undertake detailed financial analysis in an accurate and reliable manner. Demonstrated extensive experience and proficiency in Microsoft applications and financial and contract management software.Working knowledge and understanding of budget development processes. Demonstrated ability to gain cooperation and assistance from management, peers and other employees in a timely and effective manner. Well-developed skills in time management, setting priorities and the planning and organising of own work to achieve desired outcomes, despite conflicting priorities. ApplyIf you are interested in applying, press apply or contact Julia Beaconsfield at julia.beaconsfield@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
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) Are you an experienced Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to further your knowledge and experience in managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting to the Team Leader of Civil Projects at the Council, the Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects. The Senior Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality civil infrastructure projects on deadline, within budget and to Council standards and specifications (this may include the delivery of projects such as new footpaths, drainage upgrades, sports courts and significant road projects). Communicating efficiently with and providing excellent Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects - in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework Providing specialist advice and guidance to fellow team members who undertake aspects of the project delivery; and Effectively advising and assisting in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing, and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has years of demonstrated knowledge and experience in the construction of roads, drainage and various other civil infrastructure assets.This individual will have strong project management skills, alongside sound financial and budgeting practices - including the ability to construct and manage project budget allocations. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
      Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) Are you an experienced Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to further your knowledge and experience in managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting to the Team Leader of Civil Projects at the Council, the Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects. The Senior Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality civil infrastructure projects on deadline, within budget and to Council standards and specifications (this may include the delivery of projects such as new footpaths, drainage upgrades, sports courts and significant road projects). Communicating efficiently with and providing excellent Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects - in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework Providing specialist advice and guidance to fellow team members who undertake aspects of the project delivery; and Effectively advising and assisting in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing, and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has years of demonstrated knowledge and experience in the construction of roads, drainage and various other civil infrastructure assets.This individual will have strong project management skills, alongside sound financial and budgeting practices - including the ability to construct and manage project budget allocations. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
      • glen waverley, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$109,000 - AU$112,914, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Are you a dynamic Senior Communications Specialist looking to progress your career in Local Government? Randstad has partnered with the City of Monash looking for 2 Senior Communications Coordinators to join their enthusiastic and progressive team.$109,000 - $112,914 p.a. + super12 Months Fixed-Term opportunityBased in Glen Waverley, where great coffee and cafes are nearby, with working from home flexibilityBenefitsAs a City of Monash employee, your personal and professional development is a key focus. You will have access to a vibrant health and well-being program, an Employee Assistance Program, flexible working arrangements, discounted gym memberships and training opportunities together with working alongside a creative and high performing team.The roleReporting to the Executive Manager, Communications, the Senior Communications Coordinator is a significant leadership role within the City of Monash. You will be providing stakeholders with specialist advice, strategic direction, expertise in process and judgement for the delivery of internal and external communication. Duties:Provide sound and accurate media advice to senior stakeholders Manage the Council’s social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram and FacebookResearch and draft media responses/ releases and follow through the internal approval process promptlyContribute to the content of the Council’s monthly community newsletter: the Monash BulletinEnsure that the Council responds to media inquiries promptly, accurately and non-bureaucraticallyOversee the Council’s Annual ReportWho we are looking forWe are seeking 2 experienced Communications Specialists who are strategic thinkers with political nous and comfortable to provide frank and fearless advice at a high level. You will also demonstrate the following:Outstanding written communication skillsExperience with digital communications, including writing for the web and social media and supporting the delivery of complex communication projectsThe ability to manage competing demands, meet deadlines and work well under pressureAbility to create a high level of quality content Previous experience in leadership preferred but not essentialPrevious Council/journalism background preferred but not essentialTertiary qualification in Arts/ Journalism preferredMonash Council values flexible working arrangements and embraces workplace diversity, inclusion, and equity including children and young people. We are committed to being a child safe organisation and have zero tolerance to child abuse.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 204,000 residents (2021). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community.We are committed to progressive governance and strong leadership across Executive, City Development, Corporate Services, Community Development and Infrastructure and Environment.How to applyIf you are looking for the next stage of your career, do not miss this excellent opportunity to join the City of Monash. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact sam.liu@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email Sam.liu@randstad.com.au or call 0424 577 806 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.
      Are you a dynamic Senior Communications Specialist looking to progress your career in Local Government? Randstad has partnered with the City of Monash looking for 2 Senior Communications Coordinators to join their enthusiastic and progressive team.$109,000 - $112,914 p.a. + super12 Months Fixed-Term opportunityBased in Glen Waverley, where great coffee and cafes are nearby, with working from home flexibilityBenefitsAs a City of Monash employee, your personal and professional development is a key focus. You will have access to a vibrant health and well-being program, an Employee Assistance Program, flexible working arrangements, discounted gym memberships and training opportunities together with working alongside a creative and high performing team.The roleReporting to the Executive Manager, Communications, the Senior Communications Coordinator is a significant leadership role within the City of Monash. You will be providing stakeholders with specialist advice, strategic direction, expertise in process and judgement for the delivery of internal and external communication. Duties:Provide sound and accurate media advice to senior stakeholders Manage the Council’s social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram and FacebookResearch and draft media responses/ releases and follow through the internal approval process promptlyContribute to the content of the Council’s monthly community newsletter: the Monash BulletinEnsure that the Council responds to media inquiries promptly, accurately and non-bureaucraticallyOversee the Council’s Annual ReportWho we are looking forWe are seeking 2 experienced Communications Specialists who are strategic thinkers with political nous and comfortable to provide frank and fearless advice at a high level. You will also demonstrate the following:Outstanding written communication skillsExperience with digital communications, including writing for the web and social media and supporting the delivery of complex communication projectsThe ability to manage competing demands, meet deadlines and work well under pressureAbility to create a high level of quality content Previous experience in leadership preferred but not essentialPrevious Council/journalism background preferred but not essentialTertiary qualification in Arts/ Journalism preferredMonash Council values flexible working arrangements and embraces workplace diversity, inclusion, and equity including children and young people. We are committed to being a child safe organisation and have zero tolerance to child abuse.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 204,000 residents (2021). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community.We are committed to progressive governance and strong leadership across Executive, City Development, Corporate Services, Community Development and Infrastructure and Environment.How to applyIf you are looking for the next stage of your career, do not miss this excellent opportunity to join the City of Monash. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact sam.liu@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email Sam.liu@randstad.com.au or call 0424 577 806 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$105,411 - AU$131,181, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced Team Leader across the Project Delivery Space of Civil Infrastructure Projects looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to lead a team and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Coordinator Capital Works, The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will lead a team of Engineers and Project Managers to deliver a diverse and complex suite of road and open space capital projects for the Mitchell Shire community.The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will be responsible for: Undertaking the delivery of high-quality community infrastructure projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications.Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework.Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets.Staff supervision & performance management providing accountable, competent and effective supervision of staff reporting to this role as well as constructive feedback.Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position.What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Team Leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability to lead and build a strong workplace culture within an up and coming team is essential. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or other related discipline.Demonstrated ability to lead, persuade & influence a broad range of stakeholders/clients to achieve project outcomes. Contract Management – Significant working knowledge managing, negotiating and delivering Professional Services & construction contracts. Project Management experience - developing project plans that clearly capture and define project objectives.Forward planning, programming, and inspection of major construction works, and managing Capital Works programs.Well-developed problem solving skills and ability to coordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Proficient communication skills to negotiate agreements and deal effectively with difficult situations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
      Are you an experienced Team Leader across the Project Delivery Space of Civil Infrastructure Projects looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to lead a team and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Coordinator Capital Works, The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will lead a team of Engineers and Project Managers to deliver a diverse and complex suite of road and open space capital projects for the Mitchell Shire community.The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will be responsible for: Undertaking the delivery of high-quality community infrastructure projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications.Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework.Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets.Staff supervision & performance management providing accountable, competent and effective supervision of staff reporting to this role as well as constructive feedback.Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position.What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Team Leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability to lead and build a strong workplace culture within an up and coming team is essential. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or other related discipline.Demonstrated ability to lead, persuade & influence a broad range of stakeholders/clients to achieve project outcomes. Contract Management – Significant working knowledge managing, negotiating and delivering Professional Services & construction contracts. Project Management experience - developing project plans that clearly capture and define project objectives.Forward planning, programming, and inspection of major construction works, and managing Capital Works programs.Well-developed problem solving skills and ability to coordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Proficient communication skills to negotiate agreements and deal effectively with difficult situations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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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