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      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$110,000 - AU$200,000 per year
      • full-time
      KEY Tubing and Electrical are an Australian engineering and manufacturing business with a heritage in South Australia proudly spanning over 70 years. An exciting and newly created opportunity is on offer to join this household South Australian company as a Commercial Manager. This role will see you manage the business profitability and new revenue growth with existing and new customers across various industries such as medical, food & beverage, camping, pools or spas. Role & ResponsibilitiesLead and inspire an internal customer service and sales support teamDevelop and drive the execution of sales & marketing strategies to increase KEY’s product and brand awarenessProvide meaningful market, customer and product performance analysisManage and report on market, competitor and industry trendsLead, prepare and provide monthly, quarterly and yearly sales projections and budgetsResearch, develop and implement new sales and marketing activitiesManage pricing strategies to maximise marginsLiaise with engineering and production to develop and improve new productsVisit customers regularly to develop new business and manage existing accounts with particular focus on the SA and WA territories Skills & Experience Minimum 5 years of technical sales & marketing experience in the electrical, electronics or engineering industries Tertiary qualification or a Diploma in electrical engineering or electronics engineering Understanding of manufacturing processes, product development disciplines, processes and project managementStrong leadership, sales, marketing, product management, communication, relationship building, interpersonal and presentation skills Hands on and technical knowledge along with a passion for electrical engineeringBenefitsWork for an exciting growth company Competitive salary packageExciting career opportunitiesPositive, supportive and flexible work culture Strong management support from the Executive Team This is an exciting commercial leadership opportunity with a well established South Australian organisation with a positive and welcoming culture. Application Click ‘apply for this job” or contact Thomas Troxler, Principal Consultant Sales & Marketing, at Thomas.troxler@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion. Agencies please note Randstad has been appointed exclusively for this search with KEY. 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.
      KEY Tubing and Electrical are an Australian engineering and manufacturing business with a heritage in South Australia proudly spanning over 70 years. An exciting and newly created opportunity is on offer to join this household South Australian company as a Commercial Manager. This role will see you manage the business profitability and new revenue growth with existing and new customers across various industries such as medical, food & beverage, camping, pools or spas. Role & ResponsibilitiesLead and inspire an internal customer service and sales support teamDevelop and drive the execution of sales & marketing strategies to increase KEY’s product and brand awarenessProvide meaningful market, customer and product performance analysisManage and report on market, competitor and industry trendsLead, prepare and provide monthly, quarterly and yearly sales projections and budgetsResearch, develop and implement new sales and marketing activitiesManage pricing strategies to maximise marginsLiaise with engineering and production to develop and improve new productsVisit customers regularly to develop new business and manage existing accounts with particular focus on the SA and WA territories Skills & Experience Minimum 5 years of technical sales & marketing experience in the electrical, electronics or engineering industries Tertiary qualification or a Diploma in electrical engineering or electronics engineering Understanding of manufacturing processes, product development disciplines, processes and project managementStrong leadership, sales, marketing, product management, communication, relationship building, interpersonal and presentation skills Hands on and technical knowledge along with a passion for electrical engineeringBenefitsWork for an exciting growth company Competitive salary packageExciting career opportunitiesPositive, supportive and flexible work culture Strong management support from the Executive Team This is an exciting commercial leadership opportunity with a well established South Australian organisation with a positive and welcoming culture. Application Click ‘apply for this job” or contact Thomas Troxler, Principal Consultant Sales & Marketing, at Thomas.troxler@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion. Agencies please note Randstad has been appointed exclusively for this search with KEY. 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
      • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000, per year, great commission, attractive package
      • full-time
      Myriota has pioneered a new way to retrieve data from anywhere on earth, either on land or at sea. In a landmark partnership with Spire Global, Myriota now delivers near real-time IoT connectivity. The organisation is going through a very exciting commercial growth phase and is now expanding rapidly internationally. The Account Manager ANZ role is suited to a hands-on, customer focussed sales hunter wanting to expand and build a compelling customer base across the Australia/New Zealand region. You will connect Myriota’s capabilities with the need (known and unknown) and convert prospects into customers by tackling their impossible challenges, profitably.Role & ResponsibilitiesOwnership and achievement of bookings, revenue and growth targets for strategic accounts within the team.Deployment of region specific GTM aligned to company focussed verticals.Pipeline generation and development including SDR and BDR activities.Effective working across the business (product, engineering, marketing etc.) to support and ensure the overall businesses goals are being achieved.An engaging, charismatic customer facing voice of the business.The fundamental passion to hunt for your own deals while developing and growing a team around you.Skills & Experience Minimum 1-3 years of sales experience in the IT Tech industry, preferably in IoT.Demonstrate strong networks in logistics, utilities, agriculture, maritime, mining, oil & gas, defence.A natural sales hunter with a proven track record in technical sales.Demonstrated commercial breadth from outreach to lead generation to closing, to delivery, to account management and expansion.Have lived the Internet of Things value chain and sales cycle.Have sold to OEMs and solution providers possibly with a connectivity background.Know what it takes to identify, negotiate and close large, complex enterprise sales.Use of pertinent data to support tactical and strategic decision making.Can demonstrate taking strategy and operationalising through to execution.Can produce and deliver compelling sales proposals.Relish the opportunity to build, develop, train, and motivate your team to deliver.Thrive in volatile, complex, uncertain, and ambiguous environments.BenefitsWork for an exciting growth company Competitive salary packageExciting career opportunitiesPositive, supportive and flexible work culture Strong management support from the Executive Team This is a very exciting opportunity to join a growth company here in Adelaide and be part of a vibrant office culture at Lot Fourteen! Application Click ‘apply for this job” or contact Thomas Troxler, Principal Consultant Sales & Marketing, at Thomas.troxler@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion. Agencies please note Randstad has been appointed exclusively for this search with Myriota. 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.
      Myriota has pioneered a new way to retrieve data from anywhere on earth, either on land or at sea. In a landmark partnership with Spire Global, Myriota now delivers near real-time IoT connectivity. The organisation is going through a very exciting commercial growth phase and is now expanding rapidly internationally. The Account Manager ANZ role is suited to a hands-on, customer focussed sales hunter wanting to expand and build a compelling customer base across the Australia/New Zealand region. You will connect Myriota’s capabilities with the need (known and unknown) and convert prospects into customers by tackling their impossible challenges, profitably.Role & ResponsibilitiesOwnership and achievement of bookings, revenue and growth targets for strategic accounts within the team.Deployment of region specific GTM aligned to company focussed verticals.Pipeline generation and development including SDR and BDR activities.Effective working across the business (product, engineering, marketing etc.) to support and ensure the overall businesses goals are being achieved.An engaging, charismatic customer facing voice of the business.The fundamental passion to hunt for your own deals while developing and growing a team around you.Skills & Experience Minimum 1-3 years of sales experience in the IT Tech industry, preferably in IoT.Demonstrate strong networks in logistics, utilities, agriculture, maritime, mining, oil & gas, defence.A natural sales hunter with a proven track record in technical sales.Demonstrated commercial breadth from outreach to lead generation to closing, to delivery, to account management and expansion.Have lived the Internet of Things value chain and sales cycle.Have sold to OEMs and solution providers possibly with a connectivity background.Know what it takes to identify, negotiate and close large, complex enterprise sales.Use of pertinent data to support tactical and strategic decision making.Can demonstrate taking strategy and operationalising through to execution.Can produce and deliver compelling sales proposals.Relish the opportunity to build, develop, train, and motivate your team to deliver.Thrive in volatile, complex, uncertain, and ambiguous environments.BenefitsWork for an exciting growth company Competitive salary packageExciting career opportunitiesPositive, supportive and flexible work culture Strong management support from the Executive Team This is a very exciting opportunity to join a growth company here in Adelaide and be part of a vibrant office culture at Lot Fourteen! Application Click ‘apply for this job” or contact Thomas Troxler, Principal Consultant Sales & Marketing, at Thomas.troxler@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion. Agencies please note Randstad has been appointed exclusively for this search with Myriota. 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
      • AU$90,000 - AU$120,000, per year, great commission, attractive package
      • full-time
      Myriota has pioneered a new way to retrieve data from anywhere on earth, either on land or at sea. In a landmark partnership with Spire Global, Myriota now delivers near real-time IoT connectivity. The organisation is going through a very exciting commercial growth phase and is now expanding rapidly internationally. The Senior Account Manager ANZ role is suited to a hands-on, customer focussed sales hunter wanting to expand and build a compelling customer base across the Australia/New Zealand region. You will connect Myriota’s capabilities with the need (known and unknown) and convert prospects into customers by tackling their impossible challenges, profitably.Role & ResponsibilitiesOwnership and achievement of bookings, revenue and growth targets for strategic accounts within the team.Deployment of region specific GTM aligned to company focussed verticals.Pipeline generation and development including SDR and BDR activities.Effective working across the business (product, engineering, marketing etc.) to support and ensure the overall businesses goals are being achieved.An engaging, charismatic customer facing voice of the business.The fundamental passion to hunt for your own deals while developing and growing a team around you.Skills & Experience Minimum 5+ years of sales experience in the IT Tech industry, preferably in IoT.Demonstrate strong networks in logistics, utilities, agriculture, maritime, mining, oil & gas, defence.A natural sales hunter with a proven track record in technical sales.Demonstrated commercial breadth from outreach to lead generation to closing, to delivery, to account management and expansion.Have lived the Internet of Things value chain and sales cycle.Have sold to OEMs and solution providers possibly with a connectivity background.Know what it takes to identify, negotiate and close large, complex enterprise sales.Use of pertinent data to support tactical and strategic decision making.Can demonstrate taking strategy and operationalising through to execution.Can produce and deliver compelling sales proposals.Relish the opportunity to build, develop, train, and motivate your team to deliver.Thrive in volatile, complex, uncertain, and ambiguous environments.BenefitsWork for an exciting growth company Competitive salary packageExciting career opportunitiesPositive, supportive and flexible work culture Strong management support from the Executive Team This is a very exciting opportunity to join a growth company here in Adelaide and be part of a vibrant office culture at Lot 14! Application Click ‘apply for this job” or contact Thomas Troxler, Principal Consultant Sales & Marketing, at Thomas.troxler@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion. Agencies please note Randstad has been appointed exclusively for this search with Myriota. 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.
      Myriota has pioneered a new way to retrieve data from anywhere on earth, either on land or at sea. In a landmark partnership with Spire Global, Myriota now delivers near real-time IoT connectivity. The organisation is going through a very exciting commercial growth phase and is now expanding rapidly internationally. The Senior Account Manager ANZ role is suited to a hands-on, customer focussed sales hunter wanting to expand and build a compelling customer base across the Australia/New Zealand region. You will connect Myriota’s capabilities with the need (known and unknown) and convert prospects into customers by tackling their impossible challenges, profitably.Role & ResponsibilitiesOwnership and achievement of bookings, revenue and growth targets for strategic accounts within the team.Deployment of region specific GTM aligned to company focussed verticals.Pipeline generation and development including SDR and BDR activities.Effective working across the business (product, engineering, marketing etc.) to support and ensure the overall businesses goals are being achieved.An engaging, charismatic customer facing voice of the business.The fundamental passion to hunt for your own deals while developing and growing a team around you.Skills & Experience Minimum 5+ years of sales experience in the IT Tech industry, preferably in IoT.Demonstrate strong networks in logistics, utilities, agriculture, maritime, mining, oil & gas, defence.A natural sales hunter with a proven track record in technical sales.Demonstrated commercial breadth from outreach to lead generation to closing, to delivery, to account management and expansion.Have lived the Internet of Things value chain and sales cycle.Have sold to OEMs and solution providers possibly with a connectivity background.Know what it takes to identify, negotiate and close large, complex enterprise sales.Use of pertinent data to support tactical and strategic decision making.Can demonstrate taking strategy and operationalising through to execution.Can produce and deliver compelling sales proposals.Relish the opportunity to build, develop, train, and motivate your team to deliver.Thrive in volatile, complex, uncertain, and ambiguous environments.BenefitsWork for an exciting growth company Competitive salary packageExciting career opportunitiesPositive, supportive and flexible work culture Strong management support from the Executive Team This is a very exciting opportunity to join a growth company here in Adelaide and be part of a vibrant office culture at Lot 14! Application Click ‘apply for this job” or contact Thomas Troxler, Principal Consultant Sales & Marketing, at Thomas.troxler@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion. Agencies please note Randstad has been appointed exclusively for this search with Myriota. 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
      The CompanyThis reputable EPC company has been leading the forefront in the design, development, construction and maintenance of a variety of solutions for the energy sector nation wide. Due to further growth in Australia they are looking for an experienced Senior Grid Connections Engineering Manager to continue to drive the company forward. The PositionThis is a Permanent position, based in their Adelaide head office and will cover large scale projects across Australia. The role will be a key p[osition in the company that will be driving the organisation, developing engineers and growing the organisation to effectively double the companies size in preparation for forested projects.About youThe client is looking for a high level, experienced and driven Grid Connection Manager that can fluidly work across and manage multiple projects in the sector. A high level of experience and understanding of liaising with the AEMO and network service providers is required with the ability to assist the asset management team with technical grid connection issues, analysis and design inputs.Qualification, Experience and RequirementsDegree in Electrical EngineeringRelevant Business and/or Management qualifications advantageousStrong understanding of NEM and transmission systemsExperience in connection applications and registrationSignificant experience in renewables advantageousStrong analytic and report writing skillsExceptional communication and rapport building skillsBe located in or willing to relocate to Adelaide, SAWhat you will get in returnWhilst the client is offering an attractive salary package, this is a true opportunity to have significant input in the company, mentor, develop and grow a team of Engineers. The organisation is quickly growing to be a national leader in the Energy sector that has strong, skilled and reliable people that are committed to the company, its success and its culture.Your next stepsIf the above sounds like you and you are looking for a change, a new challenge or looking to advance your career in. I want to hear from you. Apply through the link or for more information contact Justin Martin at justin.martin@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.
      The CompanyThis reputable EPC company has been leading the forefront in the design, development, construction and maintenance of a variety of solutions for the energy sector nation wide. Due to further growth in Australia they are looking for an experienced Senior Grid Connections Engineering Manager to continue to drive the company forward. The PositionThis is a Permanent position, based in their Adelaide head office and will cover large scale projects across Australia. The role will be a key p[osition in the company that will be driving the organisation, developing engineers and growing the organisation to effectively double the companies size in preparation for forested projects.About youThe client is looking for a high level, experienced and driven Grid Connection Manager that can fluidly work across and manage multiple projects in the sector. A high level of experience and understanding of liaising with the AEMO and network service providers is required with the ability to assist the asset management team with technical grid connection issues, analysis and design inputs.Qualification, Experience and RequirementsDegree in Electrical EngineeringRelevant Business and/or Management qualifications advantageousStrong understanding of NEM and transmission systemsExperience in connection applications and registrationSignificant experience in renewables advantageousStrong analytic and report writing skillsExceptional communication and rapport building skillsBe located in or willing to relocate to Adelaide, SAWhat you will get in returnWhilst the client is offering an attractive salary package, this is a true opportunity to have significant input in the company, mentor, develop and grow a team of Engineers. The organisation is quickly growing to be a national leader in the Energy sector that has strong, skilled and reliable people that are committed to the company, its success and its culture.Your next stepsIf the above sounds like you and you are looking for a change, a new challenge or looking to advance your career in. I want to hear from you. Apply through the link or for more information contact Justin Martin at justin.martin@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$40.00 - AU$50.00, per hour, super
      • full-time
      As an experienced Senior Administration Officer, you will need to undertake a range of tasks in an efficient and effective manner, with the ability to meet competing deadlines. The successful candidate will be an integral point of contact within the department and will effectively contribute to the success and objectives of the office, while providing a high level of customer service to a vulnerable demographic. They will maintain a high standard of professionalism and accuracy in the work that they complete, while contributing to the overall success and objectives of the directorate. The RESPONSIBILITIES:Process and filter through a high volume of communications, both written and verbalProvide a high level of organisation through efficient time management, with the ability to meet complex and multiple deadlinesSource, retrieve and distribute information as required to the correct professionalProvide a high level of customer service to internal and external stakeholdersEnter data into relevant systems and ensure the confidential records management of sensitive informationEdit documentation according to corporate standardsMaintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism across all duties and responsibilities You will HAVE:A demonstrated working knowledge of office procedures and high level administrative tasksAdvanced skills in word processing, Excel and PowerPoint applicationsExperience working independently and in a team environmentExperience in working with high volumesProven customer service experienceHigh level skills in oral and written communication The ability to deal with external and internal stakeholdersExperience in efficient records managementExperience in Project Management or Administration - highly regardedDHS Working with Children Check (WWCC) or willing to obtain- highly regardedPrevious or current Government experience- highly regarded How to APPLY:Please click 'Apply' below, and attach your current CV in WORD format. If you are already registered with Randstad, please don't hesitate to get in touch to update your availability and details. Alternatively for a confidential discussion, please contact Kiara Lalli via email (Kiara.Lalli@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.
      As an experienced Senior Administration Officer, you will need to undertake a range of tasks in an efficient and effective manner, with the ability to meet competing deadlines. The successful candidate will be an integral point of contact within the department and will effectively contribute to the success and objectives of the office, while providing a high level of customer service to a vulnerable demographic. They will maintain a high standard of professionalism and accuracy in the work that they complete, while contributing to the overall success and objectives of the directorate. The RESPONSIBILITIES:Process and filter through a high volume of communications, both written and verbalProvide a high level of organisation through efficient time management, with the ability to meet complex and multiple deadlinesSource, retrieve and distribute information as required to the correct professionalProvide a high level of customer service to internal and external stakeholdersEnter data into relevant systems and ensure the confidential records management of sensitive informationEdit documentation according to corporate standardsMaintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism across all duties and responsibilities You will HAVE:A demonstrated working knowledge of office procedures and high level administrative tasksAdvanced skills in word processing, Excel and PowerPoint applicationsExperience working independently and in a team environmentExperience in working with high volumesProven customer service experienceHigh level skills in oral and written communication The ability to deal with external and internal stakeholdersExperience in efficient records managementExperience in Project Management or Administration - highly regardedDHS Working with Children Check (WWCC) or willing to obtain- highly regardedPrevious or current Government experience- highly regarded How to APPLY:Please click 'Apply' below, and attach your current CV in WORD format. If you are already registered with Randstad, please don't hesitate to get in touch to update your availability and details. Alternatively for a confidential discussion, please contact Kiara Lalli via email (Kiara.Lalli@randstad.com.au).At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$79,000 - AU$88,000, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple Operation Support Coordinators to work within a busy Government Agency in a non ongoing contract. This will require a high level of administrative skills, high attention to detail, the ability to work in a time pressure environment and be agile in a changing environment. $79,000 - $88,000 per annum + SuperannuationFull Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayWorking remotely - Training and laptop will be providedAbout the roleWe are currently seeking multiple Operation Support Coordinators - in this role, you will be required to:Access a surge workforceHighly specialised clinical supportCoordination of in-reach pathology testing and outreaching testingUrgent PPE supply andDevelop reporting templates and maintaining IT systems and supporting ongoing trainingSkills and ExperienceStrong knowledge of aged care or the ability to acquire this quickly,High level of written and analytical skillsAbility to make informed judgements and decisionsCritical thinking and problem solvingPrioritisation, organisation and time managementExceptional report writing skills Competent in Microsoft Word and ExcelStrong communication skills and resilience, including communicating effectively with stakeholders in challenging circumstances.Ability to effectively manage complex and competing priorities.BenefitsWork in a supportive and inclusive environmentAbove average hourly remunerationDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppPlus moreHow to applyClick APPLY or contact Dalena Tran on dalena.tran@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple Operation Support Coordinators to work within a busy Government Agency in a non ongoing contract. This will require a high level of administrative skills, high attention to detail, the ability to work in a time pressure environment and be agile in a changing environment. $79,000 - $88,000 per annum + SuperannuationFull Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayWorking remotely - Training and laptop will be providedAbout the roleWe are currently seeking multiple Operation Support Coordinators - in this role, you will be required to:Access a surge workforceHighly specialised clinical supportCoordination of in-reach pathology testing and outreaching testingUrgent PPE supply andDevelop reporting templates and maintaining IT systems and supporting ongoing trainingSkills and ExperienceStrong knowledge of aged care or the ability to acquire this quickly,High level of written and analytical skillsAbility to make informed judgements and decisionsCritical thinking and problem solvingPrioritisation, organisation and time managementExceptional report writing skills Competent in Microsoft Word and ExcelStrong communication skills and resilience, including communicating effectively with stakeholders in challenging circumstances.Ability to effectively manage complex and competing priorities.BenefitsWork in a supportive and inclusive environmentAbove average hourly remunerationDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppPlus moreHow to applyClick APPLY or contact Dalena Tran on dalena.tran@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$35.00 - AU$45.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Local council's are looking for an experienced Labourer with the Truck licence in Northern or Southern Suburbs. This role will see the successful applicant working outdoors within the civil operations teams. The successful applicant will be Driving Council Truck and undertaking some labouring Tasks depending on the Concil needs. Applicants should bring with them proven skills and experience in a similar role.As a Randstad and Council team member you will have ingrained safety ethic and use safe work practices and promote safety in the workplace as a core value. Essential Skills Required: 1+ years demonstrated experience in Civil and construction work Valid drivers licenceHR Truck Licence (Highly Regarded)Traffic Management ticketWhite CardOther plant operation tickets are highly regardedKnowledge and appreciation of OH&S An attractive casual rate is offered with excellent working conditions. Looking specifically for someone who would be interested in Mon-Fri roster in North and full time South.Please contact Neha Talwar on 0417 445 127 for more information. Our preference is for you to "APPLY" directly to this job advert or if unable to do so you can email neha.talwar@randstad.com.au your full and updated resume.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.
      Local council's are looking for an experienced Labourer with the Truck licence in Northern or Southern Suburbs. This role will see the successful applicant working outdoors within the civil operations teams. The successful applicant will be Driving Council Truck and undertaking some labouring Tasks depending on the Concil needs. Applicants should bring with them proven skills and experience in a similar role.As a Randstad and Council team member you will have ingrained safety ethic and use safe work practices and promote safety in the workplace as a core value. Essential Skills Required: 1+ years demonstrated experience in Civil and construction work Valid drivers licenceHR Truck Licence (Highly Regarded)Traffic Management ticketWhite CardOther plant operation tickets are highly regardedKnowledge and appreciation of OH&S An attractive casual rate is offered with excellent working conditions. Looking specifically for someone who would be interested in Mon-Fri roster in North and full time South.Please contact Neha Talwar on 0417 445 127 for more information. Our preference is for you to "APPLY" directly to this job advert or if unable to do so you can email neha.talwar@randstad.com.au your full and updated resume.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
      • AU$130,000 - AU$180,000, per year, Plus Super
      • full-time
      Senior Platform Engineer$130k - $180k plus super Immediate Start Unique Financial sector opportunity Empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future.About the roleJoin an established cloud-first platform team to enable the newest technologies, uplift and maintain its modern capabilities. We are looking for a hands-on Senior Platform Engineer with a passion for cloud, developer enablement, and the thirst to ‘automate everything’.About youYou will be regarded as a senior who can drive a task to completion independently across BFS Data Platforms. You will have proven experience in Amazon Web Services and strong desire to learn building on GCP. You will have proven track record on automation solutions for cloud services and CI/CD pipelines. You will be responsible for on-going development and evolution of our production and non-production environments, ensuring our platforms are patched, secure, and resilient, and troubleshoot and perform incident resolution within the whole stack.EssentialAble to research, architect, drive and implement complex technical solutions, consisting of multiple technologies and cloud servicesProficient with various scripting and programming languages such as shell scripting, Python for automation or integration with APIsExperience with AWS CloudFormationExpertise in DevOps tools like Maven, Bamboo, JIRA, Ansible, Nexus, Git/BitbucketExperience in data scheduling and orchestration tools like Control M, AirflowExperience with AWS - any or all of EC2, S3, EBS, ELB, RDSDesirableExperience with container-based architecture, including Docker and KubernetesExperience with Big Data technologies such as Hive, Spark, Presto and Google BigQueryExposure to security concepts and best practicesFluency in SQLExperience in R programming language and ability to work with Data Scientists is an added advantageExpert in writing detailed solution specifications.Excellent communication skills.Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a covering letter, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role and a current resume. If you have any questions please contact Benjamin via phone on 08 8468 8015 or email at benjamin.bailey@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.
      Senior Platform Engineer$130k - $180k plus super Immediate Start Unique Financial sector opportunity Empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future.About the roleJoin an established cloud-first platform team to enable the newest technologies, uplift and maintain its modern capabilities. We are looking for a hands-on Senior Platform Engineer with a passion for cloud, developer enablement, and the thirst to ‘automate everything’.About youYou will be regarded as a senior who can drive a task to completion independently across BFS Data Platforms. You will have proven experience in Amazon Web Services and strong desire to learn building on GCP. You will have proven track record on automation solutions for cloud services and CI/CD pipelines. You will be responsible for on-going development and evolution of our production and non-production environments, ensuring our platforms are patched, secure, and resilient, and troubleshoot and perform incident resolution within the whole stack.EssentialAble to research, architect, drive and implement complex technical solutions, consisting of multiple technologies and cloud servicesProficient with various scripting and programming languages such as shell scripting, Python for automation or integration with APIsExperience with AWS CloudFormationExpertise in DevOps tools like Maven, Bamboo, JIRA, Ansible, Nexus, Git/BitbucketExperience in data scheduling and orchestration tools like Control M, AirflowExperience with AWS - any or all of EC2, S3, EBS, ELB, RDSDesirableExperience with container-based architecture, including Docker and KubernetesExperience with Big Data technologies such as Hive, Spark, Presto and Google BigQueryExposure to security concepts and best practicesFluency in SQLExperience in R programming language and ability to work with Data Scientists is an added advantageExpert in writing detailed solution specifications.Excellent communication skills.Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a covering letter, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role and a current resume. If you have any questions please contact Benjamin via phone on 08 8468 8015 or email at benjamin.bailey@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$36.00 - AU$39.00, per hour, Plus Super
      • full-time
      Randstad are proud to be partnering with an established Federal Government department. Their focus is to assist the community with pensioner payments and benefits. On offer is a long-term contract in the CBD that will build your exposure and career in a prominent Federal Government Agency.Hourly Pay Rates $36 - $39 per hour + superannuationStable Full Time Hours, work close to home in the CBDLong-term contract with potential extensions availablePlease note: For Federal Government opportunities you must be Australian Citizens and National Police Clearance will be conducted.Responsibilities:This APS3 administration role will see you liaising with customers responding to important information to update systems, make decisions and process benefits and payments for the Federal government DepartmentInput and process sensitive informationAnalysing and interpreting information to make decisionsGather information and answer queries to complete and process payments and back paymentsAdministration and reporting proceduresWhat we are looking for:It is essential that you provide a high level of administration, treating all customers with honesty, fairness, sensitivity and empathy. You will be professional and confident to make decisions and to find outcomes for complex matters.Data entry skills - ability to quickly and accurately enter data into the systemAvailability to work full-time hours Monday - Friday on a long term basis Previous experience with processing applications and or paymentsAbility to work in a fast paced environmentExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent punctuality and attendanceWhy choose to apply with Randstad:Being a contractor with Randstad gives you access to great benefits. In addition to offering three pay runs a week you will also receive:Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppPlus moreAre you ready to secure your next customer service role? Please APPLY NOW or email Katie.Finch@Randstad.com.au. Suitable candidates are being contacted daily for registration, don't miss out!!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 are proud to be partnering with an established Federal Government department. Their focus is to assist the community with pensioner payments and benefits. On offer is a long-term contract in the CBD that will build your exposure and career in a prominent Federal Government Agency.Hourly Pay Rates $36 - $39 per hour + superannuationStable Full Time Hours, work close to home in the CBDLong-term contract with potential extensions availablePlease note: For Federal Government opportunities you must be Australian Citizens and National Police Clearance will be conducted.Responsibilities:This APS3 administration role will see you liaising with customers responding to important information to update systems, make decisions and process benefits and payments for the Federal government DepartmentInput and process sensitive informationAnalysing and interpreting information to make decisionsGather information and answer queries to complete and process payments and back paymentsAdministration and reporting proceduresWhat we are looking for:It is essential that you provide a high level of administration, treating all customers with honesty, fairness, sensitivity and empathy. You will be professional and confident to make decisions and to find outcomes for complex matters.Data entry skills - ability to quickly and accurately enter data into the systemAvailability to work full-time hours Monday - Friday on a long term basis Previous experience with processing applications and or paymentsAbility to work in a fast paced environmentExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent punctuality and attendanceWhy choose to apply with Randstad:Being a contractor with Randstad gives you access to great benefits. In addition to offering three pay runs a week you will also receive:Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppPlus moreAre you ready to secure your next customer service role? Please APPLY NOW or email Katie.Finch@Randstad.com.au. Suitable candidates are being contacted daily for registration, don't miss out!!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 the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Reporting to the Mine Manager the Health & Safety Advisor will oversee mining activities and will provide Health & Safety leadership and support within the business and to site contractors.In this role you will:Provide Health & Safety leadership to mitigate the occurrence of potentially serious events and achieve H&S objectives across the siteProactively utilise the Health and Safety Management Systems and Safety and Principle Hazard StandardsImplement an Audit and Compliance Program that supports health and safety best practice and legislative requirementsIdentify, collate, analyse and report on health and safety data trends for the siteProvide specialist health and safety advice and support to Mining Manager, Mining Superintendent, and other staff to assist with risk management and decision makingSupervise and manage emergency service contractors on siteMentor company employees & contractors in developing health and safety knowledge and cultureWork as part of the site management team to assist in achieving site goals, objectives and targets About you:Essential:Tertiary qualifications in Work Health and Safety (WHS)Demonstrated experience in the mining or resources industriesCertificate IV Training and AssessmentICAM facilitators trainingOHS Management Systems AuditingSenior First AidInjury Management Coordination training/experienceDesirable:Tertiary qualification in Risk ManagementLead Auditor in Integrated Management SystemsCert III in Mines RescueThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering growth and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Reporting to the Mine Manager the Health & Safety Advisor will oversee mining activities and will provide Health & Safety leadership and support within the business and to site contractors.In this role you will:Provide Health & Safety leadership to mitigate the occurrence of potentially serious events and achieve H&S objectives across the siteProactively utilise the Health and Safety Management Systems and Safety and Principle Hazard StandardsImplement an Audit and Compliance Program that supports health and safety best practice and legislative requirementsIdentify, collate, analyse and report on health and safety data trends for the siteProvide specialist health and safety advice and support to Mining Manager, Mining Superintendent, and other staff to assist with risk management and decision makingSupervise and manage emergency service contractors on siteMentor company employees & contractors in developing health and safety knowledge and cultureWork as part of the site management team to assist in achieving site goals, objectives and targets About you:Essential:Tertiary qualifications in Work Health and Safety (WHS)Demonstrated experience in the mining or resources industriesCertificate IV Training and AssessmentICAM facilitators trainingOHS Management Systems AuditingSenior First AidInjury Management Coordination training/experienceDesirable:Tertiary qualification in Risk ManagementLead Auditor in Integrated Management SystemsCert III in Mines RescueThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering growth and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      As a Data Analyst, you will:Provide leadership in the delivery of analytical and reporting projects, working independently orunder limited guidance. Resolve complex or difficult project issues with the support of a team leader.Provide leadership to ensure the project’s agreed objectives are met, standards, timelines and stakeholder expectations are delivered upon.Provide line management supervision and leadership to staff including coaching and mentoring to staff.Provide advice and expertise in areas specific to project management and delivery.Undertake risk management, program assurance activities or administrative reviews of documentation prepared by staff of lower classification.Oversee Branch project delivery and maintenance of program and project documentationCommittee secretariat and administrative responsibilitiesDraft written material and briefings for the executiveDeliver technical training and coordinate support to teams across the Contact Centres Branch.CapabilitiesExperience with analytics tools (such as SQL, PowerBI, Data Warehouse, Qlik, Microsoft Excel and other database systems, etc.).Ability to analyse data to draw meaningful conclusions. Excellent attention to detail and ability to identify data anomalies and trends.Strong stakeholder management skills and the ability to maintain good working relationships.Leadership capability in setting direction, prioritising and nurturing a positive team culture.Demonstrated written and verbal communication skillsKnowledge of data management within Dynamics 365 CRM and Genesys Telephony is also desirable.Initiative, flexibility and resilience. Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      As a Data Analyst, you will:Provide leadership in the delivery of analytical and reporting projects, working independently orunder limited guidance. Resolve complex or difficult project issues with the support of a team leader.Provide leadership to ensure the project’s agreed objectives are met, standards, timelines and stakeholder expectations are delivered upon.Provide line management supervision and leadership to staff including coaching and mentoring to staff.Provide advice and expertise in areas specific to project management and delivery.Undertake risk management, program assurance activities or administrative reviews of documentation prepared by staff of lower classification.Oversee Branch project delivery and maintenance of program and project documentationCommittee secretariat and administrative responsibilitiesDraft written material and briefings for the executiveDeliver technical training and coordinate support to teams across the Contact Centres Branch.CapabilitiesExperience with analytics tools (such as SQL, PowerBI, Data Warehouse, Qlik, Microsoft Excel and other database systems, etc.).Ability to analyse data to draw meaningful conclusions. Excellent attention to detail and ability to identify data anomalies and trends.Strong stakeholder management skills and the ability to maintain good working relationships.Leadership capability in setting direction, prioritising and nurturing a positive team culture.Demonstrated written and verbal communication skillsKnowledge of data management within Dynamics 365 CRM and Genesys Telephony is also desirable.Initiative, flexibility and resilience. Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$30.00 - AU$34.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      About the Opportunity:We are seeking an Operational Support coordinator to provide administrative support to the Contract Managers, Operations Managers and the Service Delivery team. This role assists and support with the system management of any client specific systems and/or programs for the operations of the AGFMA contractKey Duties include, but are not limited to:Provide administrations support for the management of work orders and contractor performanceEffective use of the Work Order Management system to monitor KPI complianceProvision of general office management including filing, maintenance of contact registers, and other office activitiesAct as minute taker for relevant contract and operational meetingsProvide assistance to the Operations team through the use of the Work Order Management systemGenerate and distribute ad-hoc and routine reports with the use of the Work Order Management system and any client specific system and/or programSkills and Qualifications:Competent in Microsoft Office applications such as ExcelDemonstrated ability to manage multiple clients and conflicting prioritiesKnowledge of the maintenance and construction industry along with work order management (preferred)Demonstrated experience in the provision of Operational support servicesAbout us:Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. On behalf of more than 30 government agencies across South Australia, AGFMA covers asset management for government-owned facilities and will generate a revenue of approximately $300 million per annum over the initial term. We will safely deliver these facilities management services to the community of South Australia, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents and cultures. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy.HOW TO APPLY:To apply for this role, please click apply button on this page.
      About the Opportunity:We are seeking an Operational Support coordinator to provide administrative support to the Contract Managers, Operations Managers and the Service Delivery team. This role assists and support with the system management of any client specific systems and/or programs for the operations of the AGFMA contractKey Duties include, but are not limited to:Provide administrations support for the management of work orders and contractor performanceEffective use of the Work Order Management system to monitor KPI complianceProvision of general office management including filing, maintenance of contact registers, and other office activitiesAct as minute taker for relevant contract and operational meetingsProvide assistance to the Operations team through the use of the Work Order Management systemGenerate and distribute ad-hoc and routine reports with the use of the Work Order Management system and any client specific system and/or programSkills and Qualifications:Competent in Microsoft Office applications such as ExcelDemonstrated ability to manage multiple clients and conflicting prioritiesKnowledge of the maintenance and construction industry along with work order management (preferred)Demonstrated experience in the provision of Operational support servicesAbout us:Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. On behalf of more than 30 government agencies across South Australia, AGFMA covers asset management for government-owned facilities and will generate a revenue of approximately $300 million per annum over the initial term. We will safely deliver these facilities management services to the community of South Australia, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents and cultures. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy.HOW TO APPLY:To apply for this role, please click apply button on this page.
      • 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
      • temporary
      • AU$46.00 - AU$53.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for a high level Executive Assistant to support a senior executive in State Government. You will be a great multitasker, have excellent attention to detail and obtain a high level of confidentiality. $46-53 per hour + Superannuation (dependent on experience)Full Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayState Government opportunityAbout the roleWe are currently seeking an organised, positive and fast paced Executive Assistant who has exceptional organisational and time management skills and is readily available for their next challenge. You will be responsible for:Complex diary management for a senior executive Meeting minutes and high level administration duties Liaising with stakeholders Manage correspondence and liaising with officer's in the Department to coordinate high quality responses.Manage competing demands, using high level organisational skills, with an ability to multitask, and juggle priorities whilst considering future business needs.Work autonomously under limited direction, whilst also being able to contribute to the Department to achieve required outcomes.Skills and ExperienceProficient computing skills and use of applications within Microsoft/MS Office Suite Demonstrated experience in providing executive support services to a senior executive in a fast paced environment with changing priorities.Previous experience within the public sector is highly regardedAbility to multitask with a high level of attention to detail Tech savvy Current National Police CheckProfessional communication approach, holding a high standard of written and verbal communication styles. Maintaining a high level of attention to detail and confidentiality.Benefits:Opportunity for a long term contract for the right candidate Excellent workplace culture Great above award hourly rate Prominent CBD locationHow to ApplyClick APPLY or contact Kelly Stephen (kelly.stephen@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently recruiting for a high level Executive Assistant to support a senior executive in State Government. You will be a great multitasker, have excellent attention to detail and obtain a high level of confidentiality. $46-53 per hour + Superannuation (dependent on experience)Full Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayState Government opportunityAbout the roleWe are currently seeking an organised, positive and fast paced Executive Assistant who has exceptional organisational and time management skills and is readily available for their next challenge. You will be responsible for:Complex diary management for a senior executive Meeting minutes and high level administration duties Liaising with stakeholders Manage correspondence and liaising with officer's in the Department to coordinate high quality responses.Manage competing demands, using high level organisational skills, with an ability to multitask, and juggle priorities whilst considering future business needs.Work autonomously under limited direction, whilst also being able to contribute to the Department to achieve required outcomes.Skills and ExperienceProficient computing skills and use of applications within Microsoft/MS Office Suite Demonstrated experience in providing executive support services to a senior executive in a fast paced environment with changing priorities.Previous experience within the public sector is highly regardedAbility to multitask with a high level of attention to detail Tech savvy Current National Police CheckProfessional communication approach, holding a high standard of written and verbal communication styles. Maintaining a high level of attention to detail and confidentiality.Benefits:Opportunity for a long term contract for the right candidate Excellent workplace culture Great above award hourly rate Prominent CBD locationHow to ApplyClick APPLY or contact Kelly Stephen (kelly.stephen@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying.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
      Located in Adelaide's north, this household name is one of Adelaide's great businesses. They have multiple sites in Australia with an international parent company. They manufacture and supply in-demand products locally and globally. They have a team of industry professionals, and a positive reputation in the market for their supportive and flexible culture. Your responsibilities will include:Utilising supply panels to purchase goods, services, and consumablesNegotiation with existing suppliersSupplier relationship management and ensuring adherence to SLAsReviewing contracts to identify areas for improvementWorking collaboratively with diverse range of stakeholders including production and international managementThe successful candidate will require:Minimum 5 years' experience in purchasing, procurement or contracts managementStrategic sourcing experience and demonstrated cost saving achievements, clearly highlighted on your application across both indirect and direct categoriesStrong commercial and financial acumen along with your ability to balance commercial agendas and relationships Please click 'apply now' or contact Randstad's procurement & supply chain specialists Rachel Homer & Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028. 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.
      Located in Adelaide's north, this household name is one of Adelaide's great businesses. They have multiple sites in Australia with an international parent company. They manufacture and supply in-demand products locally and globally. They have a team of industry professionals, and a positive reputation in the market for their supportive and flexible culture. Your responsibilities will include:Utilising supply panels to purchase goods, services, and consumablesNegotiation with existing suppliersSupplier relationship management and ensuring adherence to SLAsReviewing contracts to identify areas for improvementWorking collaboratively with diverse range of stakeholders including production and international managementThe successful candidate will require:Minimum 5 years' experience in purchasing, procurement or contracts managementStrategic sourcing experience and demonstrated cost saving achievements, clearly highlighted on your application across both indirect and direct categoriesStrong commercial and financial acumen along with your ability to balance commercial agendas and relationships Please click 'apply now' or contact Randstad's procurement & supply chain specialists Rachel Homer & Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is proud to be partnering with the leading market leader in barbecuing. Their aim is to provide exceptional experiences to everyone who comes in to contact with their brand. We are currently seeking energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join their dynamic and passionate team to host events and demonstrations.About The RoleIn this role you'll be assisting with the delivery of barbecue events with the focus of delivering a memorable, educational and engaging experiences. Along with exceptional customer service, this role requires proven hospitality experience in front pf house and beverage service. The Food and Beverage Manager is required to provide exceptional service to guests in attendance while assisting with table service, ordering and inventory management and the management of the front of house casuals.Role & ResponsibilitiesPre-arrival venue preparations – dining area, barbecues, food, bar, tablesWelcoming guests and delivering housekeeping informationBeverage and food service – including tray service and table service as requiredBarbecue and food managementOperating point of sale system for purchasesPost-departure and general venue managementSkills & ExperienceStrong hosting and exceptional customer service skillsExcellent verbal presentation skillsExcellent beverage preparation and service skillsBarbecue experience and enthusiasm a bonus!If you're interested, apply via the "Apply Now" button or email your up to date resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.au - alternatively, you can call 8150 7065 for more information on this role and to find out about other opportunities in 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.
      Randstad is proud to be partnering with the leading market leader in barbecuing. Their aim is to provide exceptional experiences to everyone who comes in to contact with their brand. We are currently seeking energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join their dynamic and passionate team to host events and demonstrations.About The RoleIn this role you'll be assisting with the delivery of barbecue events with the focus of delivering a memorable, educational and engaging experiences. Along with exceptional customer service, this role requires proven hospitality experience in front pf house and beverage service. The Food and Beverage Manager is required to provide exceptional service to guests in attendance while assisting with table service, ordering and inventory management and the management of the front of house casuals.Role & ResponsibilitiesPre-arrival venue preparations – dining area, barbecues, food, bar, tablesWelcoming guests and delivering housekeeping informationBeverage and food service – including tray service and table service as requiredBarbecue and food managementOperating point of sale system for purchasesPost-departure and general venue managementSkills & ExperienceStrong hosting and exceptional customer service skillsExcellent verbal presentation skillsExcellent beverage preparation and service skillsBarbecue experience and enthusiasm a bonus!If you're interested, apply via the "Apply Now" button or email your up to date resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.au - alternatively, you can call 8150 7065 for more information on this role and to find out about other opportunities in 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
      About the company:Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, our client is an international mining company with over 60 years’ experience expertise in exploration, development, mining, processing, marketing and rehabilitation. Their portfolio includes projects in Australia, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka; and has a globally integrated marketing and distribution network.About the role:Reporting to and supporting the Operations Manager and mentoring advisors, the Health & Safety Superintendent is accountable for managing health and safety for our client’s mining operation. A key focus of the role will be driving continuous improvement, delivering strategies, managing governance and systems compliance, as well as providing specialist technical H&S advice and support.Key AccountabilitiesManage the site H&S Risk and Compliance RegistersEstablish, lead and monitor safety programs and systems Manage all aspects of occupational health and hygiene management including monitoring and statutory reportingManage the Emergency Response and Site Medic TeamsEnsure H&S management is integrated into site operational planning and decision makingEstablish challenging and achievable performance measures for individuals and teamsProvide direct input into preparation, monitoring and reporting of capital and operating budgets relevant to H&S managementFacilitate and guide incident investigationsContractor H&S guidance and managementDelivery of WHS training Person profileWe are looking for a skilled and personable leader with excellent verbal and written communication, and data management skills. Together with the ability to build, support and maintain positive working relationships with teams and contractors.Essential Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in Health and Safety or equivalent Thorough understanding of the WHS legislation in Australia, in particular mining approvals, legislation and processesKnowledge of investigation techniques such as ICAM and 5-whysMinimum 10 years experience in the Australian mining industryExcellent MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel spreadsheet skillsCurrent C Class driver’s licenseDesired Qualifications:OHS auditingTraining and assessing Paramedical background and experienceSAP and/or Cintellate experienceThis permanent role is offered on an 8/6 FIFO roster ex Adelaide or Ceduna. For further information or to apply, please contact Jono Sawers, mining specialist at Randstad on 08 8150 7005 or send your resume to jonathon.sawers@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the company:Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, our client is an international mining company with over 60 years’ experience expertise in exploration, development, mining, processing, marketing and rehabilitation. Their portfolio includes projects in Australia, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka; and has a globally integrated marketing and distribution network.About the role:Reporting to and supporting the Operations Manager and mentoring advisors, the Health & Safety Superintendent is accountable for managing health and safety for our client’s mining operation. A key focus of the role will be driving continuous improvement, delivering strategies, managing governance and systems compliance, as well as providing specialist technical H&S advice and support.Key AccountabilitiesManage the site H&S Risk and Compliance RegistersEstablish, lead and monitor safety programs and systems Manage all aspects of occupational health and hygiene management including monitoring and statutory reportingManage the Emergency Response and Site Medic TeamsEnsure H&S management is integrated into site operational planning and decision makingEstablish challenging and achievable performance measures for individuals and teamsProvide direct input into preparation, monitoring and reporting of capital and operating budgets relevant to H&S managementFacilitate and guide incident investigationsContractor H&S guidance and managementDelivery of WHS training Person profileWe are looking for a skilled and personable leader with excellent verbal and written communication, and data management skills. Together with the ability to build, support and maintain positive working relationships with teams and contractors.Essential Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in Health and Safety or equivalent Thorough understanding of the WHS legislation in Australia, in particular mining approvals, legislation and processesKnowledge of investigation techniques such as ICAM and 5-whysMinimum 10 years experience in the Australian mining industryExcellent MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel spreadsheet skillsCurrent C Class driver’s licenseDesired Qualifications:OHS auditingTraining and assessing Paramedical background and experienceSAP and/or Cintellate experienceThis permanent role is offered on an 8/6 FIFO roster ex Adelaide or Ceduna. For further information or to apply, please contact Jono Sawers, mining specialist at Randstad on 08 8150 7005 or send your resume to jonathon.sawers@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
      Responsibilities Identify critical business process improvements that progress strategic objectives by enhancing contract management delivery, contractor performance, asset management outcomes and general business performance.Proactively engage with internal and external stakeholders to develop business process and system requirements, resolve complex issues and prepare business cases.Provide advice and contribution to the research of candidate technology solutions, including providing relevant policy advice and looking at both existing and planned departmental systems as well as offerings available in the market.Deliver, or oversee the implementation of, business system projects and improvement initiatives, working closely with technical team members, tracking the progress, resolving issues, and providing updates to stakeholders.Support the establishment and implementation of operational processes that facilitate effective collection, quality assurance, management and storage of data and information to ensure compliance with contractual obligations, asset owner and departmental information management requirements and government policies.The following are the technical capabilities required for the role:Conceptual understanding of database design and data modelling.Experience developing solutions with the Microsoft Power Platform will be highly regarded.Understanding of road engineering concepts will be highly regarded. Required: National Police Check Covid 19 vaccination and BoosterWorking with children check Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Responsibilities Identify critical business process improvements that progress strategic objectives by enhancing contract management delivery, contractor performance, asset management outcomes and general business performance.Proactively engage with internal and external stakeholders to develop business process and system requirements, resolve complex issues and prepare business cases.Provide advice and contribution to the research of candidate technology solutions, including providing relevant policy advice and looking at both existing and planned departmental systems as well as offerings available in the market.Deliver, or oversee the implementation of, business system projects and improvement initiatives, working closely with technical team members, tracking the progress, resolving issues, and providing updates to stakeholders.Support the establishment and implementation of operational processes that facilitate effective collection, quality assurance, management and storage of data and information to ensure compliance with contractual obligations, asset owner and departmental information management requirements and government policies.The following are the technical capabilities required for the role:Conceptual understanding of database design and data modelling.Experience developing solutions with the Microsoft Power Platform will be highly regarded.Understanding of road engineering concepts will be highly regarded. Required: National Police Check Covid 19 vaccination and BoosterWorking with children check Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At 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
      • AU$110,000 - AU$130,000, per year, Plus Super
      • full-time
      PC Applications Technical Lead Mawson LakesImmediate Start - $110K - $130K (inc. Super)Motivating and innovative culture Innovation wherever you are.About usOur client is a global technology company that develops robust technology solutions to solve customers’ communications, safety, security and productivity problems in some of the harshest environments around the world. We provide tactical communications solutions that enable our customers to be connected, ultimately to support critical missions worldwide.What will you be doing?The successful applicant will be a part of the team to design and deliver market quality products that they have contributed to the code, design and documentation for.As a key member of the team, you must be able to:Plan, estimate and conduct work with innovative and standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteriaConduct and supervise the ongoing design and development of assigned projects Provide functional supervision of software systems development and Monitor, control and communicate task timelines and resource schedules in conjunction with the Project Management TeamReview and approve design changes as required for projectsProvide technical support and training to customers and internal groupsWhat makes you successful:Electronics Engineering or Computer Science DegreeMinimum 5 years software development experienceExperience using Delphi (Software)Experience in product development lifecycleIn-depth knowledge of PC application system design utilizing high-level languages and debugging tools Extensive knowledge with TCP/IP and networking principlesExtensive knowledge of communication networks, and communication protocols designBe part of an innovative and committed company that is paving the way to a better future!Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role.If you have any questions please contact via email on benjamin.bailey@randstad.com.au or 08 8468 8015. 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.
      PC Applications Technical Lead Mawson LakesImmediate Start - $110K - $130K (inc. Super)Motivating and innovative culture Innovation wherever you are.About usOur client is a global technology company that develops robust technology solutions to solve customers’ communications, safety, security and productivity problems in some of the harshest environments around the world. We provide tactical communications solutions that enable our customers to be connected, ultimately to support critical missions worldwide.What will you be doing?The successful applicant will be a part of the team to design and deliver market quality products that they have contributed to the code, design and documentation for.As a key member of the team, you must be able to:Plan, estimate and conduct work with innovative and standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteriaConduct and supervise the ongoing design and development of assigned projects Provide functional supervision of software systems development and Monitor, control and communicate task timelines and resource schedules in conjunction with the Project Management TeamReview and approve design changes as required for projectsProvide technical support and training to customers and internal groupsWhat makes you successful:Electronics Engineering or Computer Science DegreeMinimum 5 years software development experienceExperience using Delphi (Software)Experience in product development lifecycleIn-depth knowledge of PC application system design utilizing high-level languages and debugging tools Extensive knowledge with TCP/IP and networking principlesExtensive knowledge of communication networks, and communication protocols designBe part of an innovative and committed company that is paving the way to a better future!Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role.If you have any questions please contact via email on benjamin.bailey@randstad.com.au or 08 8468 8015. 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
      My client in the Entertainment industry has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant to join their team based in the South Eastern suburbs.The Executive Assistant will provide professional and efficient executive support services to the CEO and the Board. The ideal candidate ensures that clients and stakeholders are provided with professional and courteous service and that the CEO receives accurate and timely support on schedules, diary management and information required for meetings and travel.The Responsibilities include:Providing a professional and comprehensive executive assistant service to the CEO including but not limited to:Management of incoming and outgoing mail, emails, telephone calls and correspondence for the CEORedirecting calls to appropriate managers and staff when necessaryRequesting regular and ad-hoc management reports for CEO reviewManagement of CEO diaryManaging accurate, comprehensive and accessible filing systemsAssisting the CEO and the Board Chair with communication with the Premier, Ministers and their office staff and advisors, DIS and other Government agenciesCollating Board paper input from Heads of Department and prepare for CEO review and amendment and distribution to Board members as requiredDevelopment and maintenance of accurate board minutes, including taking notes at meetings, preparing draft minutes for CEO and Chair’s review and record keeping as requiredProviding executive assistant services for Chair and other Board members as required including travel, catering and other administrative servicesEffective corporate governance processes such as maintenance of databases, procurement of services and other operational functions as requiredContributing positively to the development and implementation of the SAFC strategic and operational plansIdeally you will have:Strong experience in a similar positionFlexibility in working hours to accomodate for meetings, this role does have flexibility for working from home some daysExtensive experience managing the diary of a busy executiveExperience providing support to a BoardExperience in an environment of competing priorities and the ability to triage requests to ensure high value outcomes for stakeholdersThe ability to think strategically and identify opportunities to advance the organisation’s objectivesExcellent interpersonal, negotiation and verbal and written communication skillsSound administrative and organisational skillsThe ability to work well autonomouslyExperience working in the Government sector is highly desirable (but not essential)If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and have the relevant skills required, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. Please note only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted immediately, I look forward to seeing your application.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.
      My client in the Entertainment industry has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant to join their team based in the South Eastern suburbs.The Executive Assistant will provide professional and efficient executive support services to the CEO and the Board. The ideal candidate ensures that clients and stakeholders are provided with professional and courteous service and that the CEO receives accurate and timely support on schedules, diary management and information required for meetings and travel.The Responsibilities include:Providing a professional and comprehensive executive assistant service to the CEO including but not limited to:Management of incoming and outgoing mail, emails, telephone calls and correspondence for the CEORedirecting calls to appropriate managers and staff when necessaryRequesting regular and ad-hoc management reports for CEO reviewManagement of CEO diaryManaging accurate, comprehensive and accessible filing systemsAssisting the CEO and the Board Chair with communication with the Premier, Ministers and their office staff and advisors, DIS and other Government agenciesCollating Board paper input from Heads of Department and prepare for CEO review and amendment and distribution to Board members as requiredDevelopment and maintenance of accurate board minutes, including taking notes at meetings, preparing draft minutes for CEO and Chair’s review and record keeping as requiredProviding executive assistant services for Chair and other Board members as required including travel, catering and other administrative servicesEffective corporate governance processes such as maintenance of databases, procurement of services and other operational functions as requiredContributing positively to the development and implementation of the SAFC strategic and operational plansIdeally you will have:Strong experience in a similar positionFlexibility in working hours to accomodate for meetings, this role does have flexibility for working from home some daysExtensive experience managing the diary of a busy executiveExperience providing support to a BoardExperience in an environment of competing priorities and the ability to triage requests to ensure high value outcomes for stakeholdersThe ability to think strategically and identify opportunities to advance the organisation’s objectivesExcellent interpersonal, negotiation and verbal and written communication skillsSound administrative and organisational skillsThe ability to work well autonomouslyExperience working in the Government sector is highly desirable (but not essential)If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and have the relevant skills required, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. Please note only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted immediately, I look forward to seeing your application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • 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
      Randstad is proud to be partnering with the leading market leader in barbequing. Their aim is to provide exceptional experiences to everyone who comes in to contact with their brand. We are currently seeking energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join their dynamic and passionate team to host events and demonstrations.About The RoleIn this role you'll be co-hosting and delivering barbeque events with the focus of delivering a memorable, educational and engaging experiences. Along with exceptional customer service, this role requires proven hospitality experience in both front and back of house as well as food presentation. Event Leaders are required to confidently entertain and educate guests, whilst seamlessly hosting and managing food preparation, barbecuing and food service.Role & ResponsibilitiesPre-arrival venue preparations – dining area, barbecues, food, bar, tablesWelcoming guests and delivering housekeeping informationBeverage and food service – including tray service and table service as requiredDelivering the educational components of the experienceBarbecue and food managementOperating point of sale system for purchasesPost-departure and general venue managementSkills & ExperienceStrong hosting and exceptional customer service skillsExcellent verbal presentation and demonstration skillsFood preparation and cooking experienceBarbecue experience and enthusiasm a bonus!If you're interested, apply via the "Apply Now" button or email your up to date resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.au - alternatively, you can call 8150 7065 for more information on this role and to find out about other opportunities in 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.
      Randstad is proud to be partnering with the leading market leader in barbequing. Their aim is to provide exceptional experiences to everyone who comes in to contact with their brand. We are currently seeking energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join their dynamic and passionate team to host events and demonstrations.About The RoleIn this role you'll be co-hosting and delivering barbeque events with the focus of delivering a memorable, educational and engaging experiences. Along with exceptional customer service, this role requires proven hospitality experience in both front and back of house as well as food presentation. Event Leaders are required to confidently entertain and educate guests, whilst seamlessly hosting and managing food preparation, barbecuing and food service.Role & ResponsibilitiesPre-arrival venue preparations – dining area, barbecues, food, bar, tablesWelcoming guests and delivering housekeeping informationBeverage and food service – including tray service and table service as requiredDelivering the educational components of the experienceBarbecue and food managementOperating point of sale system for purchasesPost-departure and general venue managementSkills & ExperienceStrong hosting and exceptional customer service skillsExcellent verbal presentation and demonstration skillsFood preparation and cooking experienceBarbecue experience and enthusiasm a bonus!If you're interested, apply via the "Apply Now" button or email your up to date resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.au - alternatively, you can call 8150 7065 for more information on this role and to find out about other opportunities in 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
      • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad is thrilled to be working exclusively with this booming business located in Adelaide's west. With an international parent company, and long standing Australian operations, they are a diverse business where you will be afforded structure and support, while also having freedom and autonomy to work the way you want within your specialist category. Your new role will involve:Strategic procurement of raw materials and some services within a multi million dollar category spendWorking closely with the wider procurement team to achieve strategic category management plans Excellent supplier relationship management, working with panel and off panel suppliers to achieve mutually beneficial outcomesUtilising an ERP system to raise POs and purchase a large volume of raw materials What you need to apply:Experience working in materials procurement, ideally in a manufacturing environment where you have used an ERP or MRPIf you do not have procurement experience and are looking to enter this field, you will have a high level of supply chain/inventory planning experience This is a permanent role, you will be supported and given a development plan to help you achieve success. Working with a supportive manager and team, you will enjoy the collaboration and fulfillment that comes with being part of a team who share common goals. Please click 'apply now' or contact Randstad's procurement & supply chain specialists Rachel Homer & Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028. 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 thrilled to be working exclusively with this booming business located in Adelaide's west. With an international parent company, and long standing Australian operations, they are a diverse business where you will be afforded structure and support, while also having freedom and autonomy to work the way you want within your specialist category. Your new role will involve:Strategic procurement of raw materials and some services within a multi million dollar category spendWorking closely with the wider procurement team to achieve strategic category management plans Excellent supplier relationship management, working with panel and off panel suppliers to achieve mutually beneficial outcomesUtilising an ERP system to raise POs and purchase a large volume of raw materials What you need to apply:Experience working in materials procurement, ideally in a manufacturing environment where you have used an ERP or MRPIf you do not have procurement experience and are looking to enter this field, you will have a high level of supply chain/inventory planning experience This is a permanent role, you will be supported and given a development plan to help you achieve success. Working with a supportive manager and team, you will enjoy the collaboration and fulfillment that comes with being part of a team who share common goals. Please click 'apply now' or contact Randstad's procurement & supply chain specialists Rachel Homer & Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028. 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.
      • 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.
      • murray bridge, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Maintenance SupervisorYour new role:As the Maintenance Supervisor you will be experienced in the direct supervision and people management of personnel. Your proven relationship building skills will be complemented by well developed, interpersonal and influencing abilities.Manage a team of professionals to build constructive working relationships enabling staff to work to their full potential and achieve business goals.Lead maintenance, capital and external delivery services to maintain asset integrity with a hands-on approach.Build and Lead the team to effectively manage a transition into future systems and processes.Lead the delivery of condition monitoring and assessment programs for both linear and non-linear assets in line with, maintenance tactics, integrity reliability, and condition monitoring engineering requirements, using smart maintenance tactics delivery.Ensure customer service satisfaction internally and externally while ensuring compliance with relevant maintenance to statutory: legislation, technical and Australian standards on capital works.Manage and improve maintenance performance by ensuring programs are delivered within budget, scope, timeframe and quality requirements.Build and maintain effective relationships across the corporation to actively promote team capabilities to add business growth opportunities.To be successful:Experience in leading a team effectively.A qualification in engineering/trade or equivalent experience.Highly developed people leadership skills to lead and manage a diverse workforce.Superior communication, presentation and writing skills with demonstrated experience in writing business cases, reports, briefing notes, board papers and business plans.Demonstrated experience in the management of safety and risk.Demonstrated ability to lead and influence employees to deliver improved experiences for customers internally and externally.COVID-19 vaccination is an essential requirement. Benefits you will get in return:Work with cutting edge technology on a variety of assets and diversity of worksMentor and build up apprentices to shape the future of the organisationEmployee Assistance Programs (EAP)Wellbeing daysExtend your holidays by Purchasing LeaveYou will be an integral part of the organisation and community, leading a team to achieve company strategies. A car will be supplied with the position with conditions to be agreed on successful appointment. Randstad is managing candidate applications for this position, for more information or to obtain a copy of the position description please enquire to Jane Barns at jane.barns@randstad.com.au. To apply please submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”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.
      Maintenance SupervisorYour new role:As the Maintenance Supervisor you will be experienced in the direct supervision and people management of personnel. Your proven relationship building skills will be complemented by well developed, interpersonal and influencing abilities.Manage a team of professionals to build constructive working relationships enabling staff to work to their full potential and achieve business goals.Lead maintenance, capital and external delivery services to maintain asset integrity with a hands-on approach.Build and Lead the team to effectively manage a transition into future systems and processes.Lead the delivery of condition monitoring and assessment programs for both linear and non-linear assets in line with, maintenance tactics, integrity reliability, and condition monitoring engineering requirements, using smart maintenance tactics delivery.Ensure customer service satisfaction internally and externally while ensuring compliance with relevant maintenance to statutory: legislation, technical and Australian standards on capital works.Manage and improve maintenance performance by ensuring programs are delivered within budget, scope, timeframe and quality requirements.Build and maintain effective relationships across the corporation to actively promote team capabilities to add business growth opportunities.To be successful:Experience in leading a team effectively.A qualification in engineering/trade or equivalent experience.Highly developed people leadership skills to lead and manage a diverse workforce.Superior communication, presentation and writing skills with demonstrated experience in writing business cases, reports, briefing notes, board papers and business plans.Demonstrated experience in the management of safety and risk.Demonstrated ability to lead and influence employees to deliver improved experiences for customers internally and externally.COVID-19 vaccination is an essential requirement. Benefits you will get in return:Work with cutting edge technology on a variety of assets and diversity of worksMentor and build up apprentices to shape the future of the organisationEmployee Assistance Programs (EAP)Wellbeing daysExtend your holidays by Purchasing LeaveYou will be an integral part of the organisation and community, leading a team to achieve company strategies. A car will be supplied with the position with conditions to be agreed on successful appointment. Randstad is managing candidate applications for this position, for more information or to obtain a copy of the position description please enquire to Jane Barns at jane.barns@randstad.com.au. To apply please submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”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
      My IT client based in Kent Town has an exciting permanent full-time opportunity for an experienced and confident Office Administrator. For the successful candidate, this position has flexible working hours and the opportunity to make the role their own. Ideally you will have over 2 years administration experience and the ability to work well autonomously as well as part of a team in this fast paced role. A Criminal History Check will be required prior to starting this position. Your Responsibilities include:Raising Purchase Orders, cost coding, customer invoicing; coding of expense claims and simple reconciliationsMaintaining facilities management of all office functions and services, including vendor contracts and relationsBeing the point of contact between the company, staff, and office building management, providing information, answering enquiries, and responding to requests in a timely mannerManaging the purchasing of office supplies including stationary, equipment and scheduling maintenanceAdministering contracts for office services including, cleaning contracts, building leases, telephone and office equipment servicing and leasingCovering reception duties, shared mailbox monitoring, answering the telephone and incoming & outgoing mail/packagesArranging and booking training courses and other office functionsAssisting with the coordination and booking of business travel, arranging visa requirements, and mobilising site visitsAssisting with monthly cycle counts and annual stocktake activitiesAssisting with documenting procedures and process improvement intiativesProviding Back up cover when the Project Administrator is on leaveAd hoc administrative tasks as required.Ideally You Will Have:A helpful can-do attitude Great initiativeGreat IT skills, able to adapt and work across a few systems- experience with SAGE 300, MYOB or Oracle would be highly regardedHigh attention to detailStrong time-management skills and multitasking abilityConfident communication and interpersonal abilitiesThe ability to clear a Criminal history CheckThe ability to adapt to changing situations in a calm and professional manner.If you meet the requirements of this role along with the necessary experience, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. I look forward to seeing your application, please note, only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately.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.
      My IT client based in Kent Town has an exciting permanent full-time opportunity for an experienced and confident Office Administrator. For the successful candidate, this position has flexible working hours and the opportunity to make the role their own. Ideally you will have over 2 years administration experience and the ability to work well autonomously as well as part of a team in this fast paced role. A Criminal History Check will be required prior to starting this position. Your Responsibilities include:Raising Purchase Orders, cost coding, customer invoicing; coding of expense claims and simple reconciliationsMaintaining facilities management of all office functions and services, including vendor contracts and relationsBeing the point of contact between the company, staff, and office building management, providing information, answering enquiries, and responding to requests in a timely mannerManaging the purchasing of office supplies including stationary, equipment and scheduling maintenanceAdministering contracts for office services including, cleaning contracts, building leases, telephone and office equipment servicing and leasingCovering reception duties, shared mailbox monitoring, answering the telephone and incoming & outgoing mail/packagesArranging and booking training courses and other office functionsAssisting with the coordination and booking of business travel, arranging visa requirements, and mobilising site visitsAssisting with monthly cycle counts and annual stocktake activitiesAssisting with documenting procedures and process improvement intiativesProviding Back up cover when the Project Administrator is on leaveAd hoc administrative tasks as required.Ideally You Will Have:A helpful can-do attitude Great initiativeGreat IT skills, able to adapt and work across a few systems- experience with SAGE 300, MYOB or Oracle would be highly regardedHigh attention to detailStrong time-management skills and multitasking abilityConfident communication and interpersonal abilitiesThe ability to clear a Criminal history CheckThe ability to adapt to changing situations in a calm and professional manner.If you meet the requirements of this role along with the necessary experience, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. I look forward to seeing your application, please note, only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately.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.
      • hindmarsh, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      My Disability sector client has a fantastic full-time opportunity for an experienced Finance Officer based in Hindmarsh. This position works within a small integrated team that possesses shared knowledge and responsibility over key financial processing tasks including the client’s Accounts Payable, NDIS claiming and invoicing of service related activities. The ideal candidate will have proven accounts administration experience, excellent attention to detail with the ability to work accurately in a timely manner.The Finance Officer is responsible for:Undertaking a range of day-to-day processing functions including and not limited to client invoicing, receipting, NDIS claims, and following up on rejected claimsProcessing services for payment, including coding, claiming, and reconciliationsProcess and submit NDIS bulk uploads for various areas of the business (including retail)Creating or adjusting service bookings in PRODA to allow for historic claims to be processedReview and fix errors encountered during the invoicing and claiming processAccounts payable processing and payment; including document matching to purchase orders & delivery docketsPreparing EFT & BPAY files for authorisation in line with processing deadlinesWork with Managers and Team Leaders to ensure timely authorisation and review of payable invoicesRespond to phone and email enquiries from customers, vendors, plan managers, NDIS and other external stakeholdersManage the Finance department's shared email inboxCollaborating with the Customer Experience Team to identify and address potential future invoicing errorsBackfill for coworkers within the team who take leaveAssist in month-end reconciliations and audit preparation as directedUndertaking special reviews and projects as required by managementAd Hoc administration tasks as required by managementExperience required:Experience in accounts receivable invoicing and account reconciliation Experience in accounts payable processA working understanding of how the NDIS funding model works (A bonus but not essential)Intermediate skill level in Microsoft ExcelExperience with computerised accounting packagesExperience with computerised customer billing systems Desirable skills:Strong customer service skillsSelf-driven and results orientatedHigh attention to detail and accuracyExcellent communication skillsTeam success orientated High degree of initiative and self-motivationAbility to prioritise work and meet agreed deadlinesFlexibility and willingness to adapt to an ever-changing internal and external environmentAbility to learn and work in multiple financial processing rolesIf you are interested in this exciting opportunity and have the relevant skills required, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. Please note only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted immediately, I look forward to seeing your application!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.
      My Disability sector client has a fantastic full-time opportunity for an experienced Finance Officer based in Hindmarsh. This position works within a small integrated team that possesses shared knowledge and responsibility over key financial processing tasks including the client’s Accounts Payable, NDIS claiming and invoicing of service related activities. The ideal candidate will have proven accounts administration experience, excellent attention to detail with the ability to work accurately in a timely manner.The Finance Officer is responsible for:Undertaking a range of day-to-day processing functions including and not limited to client invoicing, receipting, NDIS claims, and following up on rejected claimsProcessing services for payment, including coding, claiming, and reconciliationsProcess and submit NDIS bulk uploads for various areas of the business (including retail)Creating or adjusting service bookings in PRODA to allow for historic claims to be processedReview and fix errors encountered during the invoicing and claiming processAccounts payable processing and payment; including document matching to purchase orders & delivery docketsPreparing EFT & BPAY files for authorisation in line with processing deadlinesWork with Managers and Team Leaders to ensure timely authorisation and review of payable invoicesRespond to phone and email enquiries from customers, vendors, plan managers, NDIS and other external stakeholdersManage the Finance department's shared email inboxCollaborating with the Customer Experience Team to identify and address potential future invoicing errorsBackfill for coworkers within the team who take leaveAssist in month-end reconciliations and audit preparation as directedUndertaking special reviews and projects as required by managementAd Hoc administration tasks as required by managementExperience required:Experience in accounts receivable invoicing and account reconciliation Experience in accounts payable processA working understanding of how the NDIS funding model works (A bonus but not essential)Intermediate skill level in Microsoft ExcelExperience with computerised accounting packagesExperience with computerised customer billing systems Desirable skills:Strong customer service skillsSelf-driven and results orientatedHigh attention to detail and accuracyExcellent communication skillsTeam success orientated High degree of initiative and self-motivationAbility to prioritise work and meet agreed deadlinesFlexibility and willingness to adapt to an ever-changing internal and external environmentAbility to learn and work in multiple financial processing rolesIf you are interested in this exciting opportunity and have the relevant skills required, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. Please note only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted immediately, I look forward to seeing your application!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
      • AU$85,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      This expanding Australian business supply extensively into the construction and utilities industries, utilising local suppliers and international suppliers and pre-established vendor panels. Their Supply Chain Manager is a supportive leader, who empowers all of their staff with personalised development plans and a range of internal promotion opportunities. Key responsibilities will include:Purchasing/sourcing across multiple categoriesManagement of existing preferred suppliers, ensuring mutually beneficial relationships and driving added value for the organisation and its customersAnalysis and reporting of demand, supply chain trends, and materials management utilising an ERP/MRPWorking closely with your stakeholder group including production and planning, and the wider business to add significant value to project deliveryLeading an upgrade process, this business is making investment in both their facilities and their systems The successful candidate will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in supply chain within a manufacturing environmentSuperior relationship building skills, ability to work collaboratively with production and technical stakeholders, supporting them in their delivery while adding value and achieving outcomes for the supply chain departmentIntermediate computer skills across Excel and MRP systems, demonstrated analytical experience Please apply now or for a confidential discussion, contact Randstad’s Procurement & Supply Chain Specialists, Rachel Homer and Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028.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.
      This expanding Australian business supply extensively into the construction and utilities industries, utilising local suppliers and international suppliers and pre-established vendor panels. Their Supply Chain Manager is a supportive leader, who empowers all of their staff with personalised development plans and a range of internal promotion opportunities. Key responsibilities will include:Purchasing/sourcing across multiple categoriesManagement of existing preferred suppliers, ensuring mutually beneficial relationships and driving added value for the organisation and its customersAnalysis and reporting of demand, supply chain trends, and materials management utilising an ERP/MRPWorking closely with your stakeholder group including production and planning, and the wider business to add significant value to project deliveryLeading an upgrade process, this business is making investment in both their facilities and their systems The successful candidate will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in supply chain within a manufacturing environmentSuperior relationship building skills, ability to work collaboratively with production and technical stakeholders, supporting them in their delivery while adding value and achieving outcomes for the supply chain departmentIntermediate computer skills across Excel and MRP systems, demonstrated analytical experience Please apply now or for a confidential discussion, contact Randstad’s Procurement & Supply Chain Specialists, Rachel Homer and Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028.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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