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      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • full-time
      The Role Our client, a leader and trusted Retirement village, is looking for an experienced Accounts/Admin Assistant to join their team on a Temporary, full time (Monday to Friday) basis. As the Accounts/Admin Assistant you are responsible for bookkeeping and admin tasks for the facility.Reporting to the office manager you will be responsible for providing accurate, up-to-date financial information, complete data entry, collect transactions, track debits and maintain and monitor financial records. Your Duties:Accounting and bookkeeping dutiesAdmin and general office supportCustomer service - answering query, interaction with residentsMaintenance of Asset RegistersWhat you’ll need to succeed:You will be passionate for numbers, accuracy and skills in calculating figures is vital, as is adeptness at paying attention to detail. A penchant for problem solving in a mature calm way, a cheery disposition and organised manner would be useful.6-12 months experience in a similar roleXero and Microsoft Apps (especially excel) Customer service (phone and face to face), ability to interact with people at all levelsIf you feel this is the opportunity for you, please follow the links to apply uploading a resume and cover letter addressing the criteria. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Celia on (02) 4032 7310 or email celia.luis@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.
      The Role Our client, a leader and trusted Retirement village, is looking for an experienced Accounts/Admin Assistant to join their team on a Temporary, full time (Monday to Friday) basis. As the Accounts/Admin Assistant you are responsible for bookkeeping and admin tasks for the facility.Reporting to the office manager you will be responsible for providing accurate, up-to-date financial information, complete data entry, collect transactions, track debits and maintain and monitor financial records. Your Duties:Accounting and bookkeeping dutiesAdmin and general office supportCustomer service - answering query, interaction with residentsMaintenance of Asset RegistersWhat you’ll need to succeed:You will be passionate for numbers, accuracy and skills in calculating figures is vital, as is adeptness at paying attention to detail. A penchant for problem solving in a mature calm way, a cheery disposition and organised manner would be useful.6-12 months experience in a similar roleXero and Microsoft Apps (especially excel) Customer service (phone and face to face), ability to interact with people at all levelsIf you feel this is the opportunity for you, please follow the links to apply uploading a resume and cover letter addressing the criteria. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Celia on (02) 4032 7310 or email celia.luis@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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$125,000 - AU$130,000, per year, + super + bonuses
      • full-time
      A Clinical Care Manager is needed at a modern Aged-Care Residence in Waratah, NSW. Come join this well-resourced home located just 15 minutes from Newcastle's CBD, where you will work as part of an empathetic and caring clinical team that oversees 108 beds. Benefits:Generous salary and benefits on offer Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Experience managing a minimum of 30 bedsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 to have a confidential chat.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.
      A Clinical Care Manager is needed at a modern Aged-Care Residence in Waratah, NSW. Come join this well-resourced home located just 15 minutes from Newcastle's CBD, where you will work as part of an empathetic and caring clinical team that oversees 108 beds. Benefits:Generous salary and benefits on offer Supportive, collaborative, and caring team cultureContinual learning and development opportunitiesInternal transfers across our care homesResponsibilities:Oversee the daily clinical operations of the care homeSupport and lead the care home clinical team including coaching, mentoring, staff allocations and delegation, performance management and educationReview clinical incidents, complaints and changesLead compliance with ACFI assessmentsManage person-centred care planning and evaluation for residents - including case conferencing with families and carersPrepare and conduct clinical governance auditsOversee medication management in accordance with resident needs and legislative requirementsLiaise with allied health, medical practitioners and other services to provide optimal resident careSkills and Experience:Experience managing a minimum of 30 bedsAn understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes How to Apply:Click directly on this ad to apply or email your CV to nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 to have a confidential chat.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • part-time
      We are offering permanent roles for Registered Nurses (RNs) in high-quality aged care homes where you can offer a personal touch in the Newcastle region of Waratah. Here, you have the time to build relationships with your residents and see over time the impact on their lives of your efforts. Your New Opportunity:if you are a RN, registered nurse, looking for a new environment, read on!salary between $32.67 - $44.56 p/hr + superlead a care team to deliver the highest quality, person-first, care to our residentsprepare high-quality care plans and assessmentsmaintain quality care documentationensure safe medication administration, best practice wound care and clinical support for our residents, in line with resident needs and legislative requirementssupport the Clinical Care Managerbe part of an organisation that lives their values Requirements: Bachelor of Nursing and must be registered with Ahpra Australian work rights, or may need sponsorshipVaccinated against seasonal influenza, and have the relevant COVID and booster vaccinations in line with state legislation The Benefits:a minimum of 30+ hours per week (if you want less then talk to us about what you are looking for)a well resourced team environment where the company has your backcontinuous learning program and leadership development programtravel, home and car insurance discountsemployee Assistance Programdiscounts across a multitude of retail & service outlets with our partnerspaid parental leavecommunity Gift Givinggenuine Care for one another Join us:apply by clicking the APPLY NOW BUTTON; orcomplete our 30 second EOI Aged Care Work form for a call back; orcall our team on 1300 289 817yvonne.daisley@randstad.com.au 07 3337 5212charlotte.proctor@randstad.com.au 0435 728 785At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are offering permanent roles for Registered Nurses (RNs) in high-quality aged care homes where you can offer a personal touch in the Newcastle region of Waratah. Here, you have the time to build relationships with your residents and see over time the impact on their lives of your efforts. Your New Opportunity:if you are a RN, registered nurse, looking for a new environment, read on!salary between $32.67 - $44.56 p/hr + superlead a care team to deliver the highest quality, person-first, care to our residentsprepare high-quality care plans and assessmentsmaintain quality care documentationensure safe medication administration, best practice wound care and clinical support for our residents, in line with resident needs and legislative requirementssupport the Clinical Care Managerbe part of an organisation that lives their values Requirements: Bachelor of Nursing and must be registered with Ahpra Australian work rights, or may need sponsorshipVaccinated against seasonal influenza, and have the relevant COVID and booster vaccinations in line with state legislation The Benefits:a minimum of 30+ hours per week (if you want less then talk to us about what you are looking for)a well resourced team environment where the company has your backcontinuous learning program and leadership development programtravel, home and car insurance discountsemployee Assistance Programdiscounts across a multitude of retail & service outlets with our partnerspaid parental leavecommunity Gift Givinggenuine Care for one another Join us:apply by clicking the APPLY NOW BUTTON; orcomplete our 30 second EOI Aged Care Work form for a call back; orcall our team on 1300 289 817yvonne.daisley@randstad.com.au 07 3337 5212charlotte.proctor@randstad.com.au 0435 728 785At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$75.00 - AU$85.00, per hour, super & retailer discounts
      • full-time
      Contracts are $75 & 85 per hour + super6 months in lengthNewcastle locationLooking for multiple Project Managers to join a State Government team in Newcastle. In this role you would be required to manage the delivery of assigned infrastructure projects ranging in low to medium risk and complexity to ensure targets, expectations and requirements are all met. What will you be doing?Deliver civil works projects, contributing to planning, scoping and implementation of projects, ensuring project activities are achieved within budget, scope and to key performance measures and comply with best practice project management and safety principles to achieve client satisfaction targets and provide excellent client service.Facilitate input from team members and other stakeholders and prepare Project Plans.Contribute to the preparation of bid proposals and participate as part of a bid team for significant proposals to contribute to business performance.Develop and maintain a good understanding of industry trends and practices, and Government policies and regulations and apply these to project work.Identify opportunities for process improvement contribute to team development and professional development, and propose new approaches to contribute to improved business performance.Prepare and provide regular reports to senior staff regarding project progress and financial performance.Develop and maintain strong working relationships with clients.Provide verification of programs and claim eligibility including items such as payments, cash-flow, work in ground and invoicing. What do we need from you?Appropriate tertiary qualifications and/or equivalent with 5 years minimum relevant working experience in project management, civil engineering, and or civil construction in water, sewerage or roads infrastructure.Well-developed knowledge and understanding of project management principles, current Work Health and Safety legislation and regulations.A valid NSW Driver’s Licence and willingness to drive to remote locations which may include overnight stays.Proven experience in the successful planning and/or delivery of construction projectsStrong leadership skillsDemonstrated experience working with and managing internal and external stakeholdersBe double COVID vaccinatedWhat do you get in return?You will be part of a project that helps local communities in NSW and will also gain valuable experience working with our State Government client! From Randstad you will receive ongoing support from your Consultant, as well as access to our benefits program which includes discounts to leading retails, access to our Employee Assistance Program and more. What's next?Please submit your resume in Word format if you have the above skills and would like to be considered! Alternatively please contact Samantha from Randstad at samantha.tuinukuafe@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.
      Contracts are $75 & 85 per hour + super6 months in lengthNewcastle locationLooking for multiple Project Managers to join a State Government team in Newcastle. In this role you would be required to manage the delivery of assigned infrastructure projects ranging in low to medium risk and complexity to ensure targets, expectations and requirements are all met. What will you be doing?Deliver civil works projects, contributing to planning, scoping and implementation of projects, ensuring project activities are achieved within budget, scope and to key performance measures and comply with best practice project management and safety principles to achieve client satisfaction targets and provide excellent client service.Facilitate input from team members and other stakeholders and prepare Project Plans.Contribute to the preparation of bid proposals and participate as part of a bid team for significant proposals to contribute to business performance.Develop and maintain a good understanding of industry trends and practices, and Government policies and regulations and apply these to project work.Identify opportunities for process improvement contribute to team development and professional development, and propose new approaches to contribute to improved business performance.Prepare and provide regular reports to senior staff regarding project progress and financial performance.Develop and maintain strong working relationships with clients.Provide verification of programs and claim eligibility including items such as payments, cash-flow, work in ground and invoicing. What do we need from you?Appropriate tertiary qualifications and/or equivalent with 5 years minimum relevant working experience in project management, civil engineering, and or civil construction in water, sewerage or roads infrastructure.Well-developed knowledge and understanding of project management principles, current Work Health and Safety legislation and regulations.A valid NSW Driver’s Licence and willingness to drive to remote locations which may include overnight stays.Proven experience in the successful planning and/or delivery of construction projectsStrong leadership skillsDemonstrated experience working with and managing internal and external stakeholdersBe double COVID vaccinatedWhat do you get in return?You will be part of a project that helps local communities in NSW and will also gain valuable experience working with our State Government client! From Randstad you will receive ongoing support from your Consultant, as well as access to our benefits program which includes discounts to leading retails, access to our Employee Assistance Program and more. What's next?Please submit your resume in Word format if you have the above skills and would like to be considered! Alternatively please contact Samantha from Randstad at samantha.tuinukuafe@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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      Deliver on some of the nation’s most important Defence programsFlexible working options with a great team cultureDevelop and negotiate timely and quality proposalsOur client is seeking a Contracts Specialist who will be responsible for supporting various contracting activities, including tasks such as developing and negotiating timely and quality proposals leading to the contract administration/execution of these transactions. Project is based in Brisbane but can be done remotely from Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra.Responsibilities:Exercises appropriate signature authority in negotiating and contracting for the sale and support of products, services, technologies, financing and the licensing of intellectual property to support company strategies.Presents business solutions to preserve and expand the business. Represents the company in external negotiations to a diverse set of customers.Authority to prepare, negotiate, execute, interpret and administer legally binding complex contractual agreements.Coordinates and partners with other internal functional disciplines. Summarizes complex contractual issues, develops creative solutions and coordination of contractual risk mitigation.Experience/Qualifications5 years’ experience in a Contracts Specialist/Manager role in a Project environmentTertiary qualifications in a related discipline (e.g. Law, Accounting or Business Management). Formal qualification in Law is highly desirablePrevious demonstrated experience with Australian Standard Defence Contracting (ASDEFCON) suit of templates is highly desirableExcellent verbal and written communication skillsStrong planning and organisational skillsApplicants must be Australian Citizens or Defence ClearanceIn this role you will frequently deal with key stakeholders within the business, advising and guiding them in contractual interpretations and negotiations. You will also deal directly with customers and their Contracts, Commercial and legal advisors.Applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance if requiredFor 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.
      Deliver on some of the nation’s most important Defence programsFlexible working options with a great team cultureDevelop and negotiate timely and quality proposalsOur client is seeking a Contracts Specialist who will be responsible for supporting various contracting activities, including tasks such as developing and negotiating timely and quality proposals leading to the contract administration/execution of these transactions. Project is based in Brisbane but can be done remotely from Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra.Responsibilities:Exercises appropriate signature authority in negotiating and contracting for the sale and support of products, services, technologies, financing and the licensing of intellectual property to support company strategies.Presents business solutions to preserve and expand the business. Represents the company in external negotiations to a diverse set of customers.Authority to prepare, negotiate, execute, interpret and administer legally binding complex contractual agreements.Coordinates and partners with other internal functional disciplines. Summarizes complex contractual issues, develops creative solutions and coordination of contractual risk mitigation.Experience/Qualifications5 years’ experience in a Contracts Specialist/Manager role in a Project environmentTertiary qualifications in a related discipline (e.g. Law, Accounting or Business Management). Formal qualification in Law is highly desirablePrevious demonstrated experience with Australian Standard Defence Contracting (ASDEFCON) suit of templates is highly desirableExcellent verbal and written communication skillsStrong planning and organisational skillsApplicants must be Australian Citizens or Defence ClearanceIn this role you will frequently deal with key stakeholders within the business, advising and guiding them in contractual interpretations and negotiations. You will also deal directly with customers and their Contracts, Commercial and legal advisors.Applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance if requiredFor 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.

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