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      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is working with a leading international FMCG brand seeking a Production Planner & Scheduler to work at their northern suburbs site. This is an exciting role which has arisen due to internal promotion. This position is well suited to graduates looking to start their career.Key Responsibilities;Assist manufacturing and the warehouse to schedule personnel in advanceHelp the plant site to minimise downtime and maximise output.Assisting in the reduction of overtimeHelping the site to schedule activities to meet the service objectives and KPIsPrepare and implement production plans, optimising plant manufacturing capacity Understand how to develop, recommend and monitor production cycles, lot sizes and planning rates.Ability to maintain accurate information in an MRP system.The successful applicant will require;Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field - Supply Chain, Engineering etcPlanning experience in flexible dynamic consumer goods and manufacturing operations desirable High level computer skillsConfident, outgoing attitude with an eye for detailCompany Benefits;Working with a global brand who prioritises internal promotionFlexible working environment, possible work from home when neededHighly motivated and experienced teamCompetitive salaryTo apply for the role, please click on apply to submit your CV. For a confidential discussion, please email Randstad’s Manufacturing Specialist - Matthew Hill: matthew.hill@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.
      Randstad is working with a leading international FMCG brand seeking a Production Planner & Scheduler to work at their northern suburbs site. This is an exciting role which has arisen due to internal promotion. This position is well suited to graduates looking to start their career.Key Responsibilities;Assist manufacturing and the warehouse to schedule personnel in advanceHelp the plant site to minimise downtime and maximise output.Assisting in the reduction of overtimeHelping the site to schedule activities to meet the service objectives and KPIsPrepare and implement production plans, optimising plant manufacturing capacity Understand how to develop, recommend and monitor production cycles, lot sizes and planning rates.Ability to maintain accurate information in an MRP system.The successful applicant will require;Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field - Supply Chain, Engineering etcPlanning experience in flexible dynamic consumer goods and manufacturing operations desirable High level computer skillsConfident, outgoing attitude with an eye for detailCompany Benefits;Working with a global brand who prioritises internal promotionFlexible working environment, possible work from home when neededHighly motivated and experienced teamCompetitive salaryTo apply for the role, please click on apply to submit your CV. For a confidential discussion, please email Randstad’s Manufacturing Specialist - Matthew Hill: matthew.hill@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
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Development Planner/ Sr. Development PlannerAre you an experienced Development Planner seeking a new challenge? Randstad are currently partnering with a local council in the western suburbs of Adelaide who are seeking Development planners to join their team. This is an opportunity to provide high quality planning assessment services to the community, as well as advice and education around planning matters that relate to this council.In addition to the many benefits of working for the local council, these roles offer real growth opportunities, paid CPD and full time employment on a permanent basis.About your new roleAs part of the council’s planning team, you will contribute to the efficient delivery of development assessment services that achieve exceptional planning outcomes for the community. Reporting to the Team Leader - Planning, the Planning Officer is responsible for:Undertaking the assessment and processing of development applications; ensuring that Council’s statutory obligations under relevant legislation(s) are met.Provide professional technical planning and development advice to our community, applicants and key stakeholders.Responding to general planning and development enquiries from the community, providing quality customer experience.Providing assistance to the Team Leader Planning in the coordination and provision of planning services for Council.Prepare reports for the Council Assessment Panel.What you will needThese roles are right for you if you hold a degree in Urban and Regional Planning (or similar) and ideally have at least 1-2 years of experience working in the development assessment field in either Local Government or the private sector.Tertiary qualification in urban and regional planning or equivalent qualification.Class C Driver's LicenseNational Police ClearanceEligibility to join the Planning Institute of Australia in the Member or Associate Class.Accredited Professional - Planning (Senior: Level 1, 3, 4 / Officer: Level 4) as defined under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016. (CPD can be provided to obtain this)Current White Card or eligibility to get one.Up to date Covid Vaccination.Innovative and practical approach to problem solving and negotiation.Initiative and ability to work with minimum supervision.Demonstrate a high level of personal integrity and ethics.Additional BenefitsExcellent work-life balance, working a 19 day 4 week period - work 8 hours per day for 19 days, then take the 20th day off as an RDOFreedom to direct contributions to any compliant superannuation fundA holistic healthy lifestyle incentives program offering flu vaccinations, skin checks, health seminars and moreFree access up to 3 counseling sessions through Employee Assistance ProgramJourney accident insurancePaid parental leaveUniform providedStudy assistanceLearning and development opportunitiesOn-site car parkingFlexible Working Arrangements Policy that supports work-life balanceNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact Suman at suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.auMore Opportunities Randstad is an approved talent supplier to the local and state Government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our gov job opportunitieshttps://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Development Planner/ Sr. Development PlannerAre you an experienced Development Planner seeking a new challenge? Randstad are currently partnering with a local council in the western suburbs of Adelaide who are seeking Development planners to join their team. This is an opportunity to provide high quality planning assessment services to the community, as well as advice and education around planning matters that relate to this council.In addition to the many benefits of working for the local council, these roles offer real growth opportunities, paid CPD and full time employment on a permanent basis.About your new roleAs part of the council’s planning team, you will contribute to the efficient delivery of development assessment services that achieve exceptional planning outcomes for the community. Reporting to the Team Leader - Planning, the Planning Officer is responsible for:Undertaking the assessment and processing of development applications; ensuring that Council’s statutory obligations under relevant legislation(s) are met.Provide professional technical planning and development advice to our community, applicants and key stakeholders.Responding to general planning and development enquiries from the community, providing quality customer experience.Providing assistance to the Team Leader Planning in the coordination and provision of planning services for Council.Prepare reports for the Council Assessment Panel.What you will needThese roles are right for you if you hold a degree in Urban and Regional Planning (or similar) and ideally have at least 1-2 years of experience working in the development assessment field in either Local Government or the private sector.Tertiary qualification in urban and regional planning or equivalent qualification.Class C Driver's LicenseNational Police ClearanceEligibility to join the Planning Institute of Australia in the Member or Associate Class.Accredited Professional - Planning (Senior: Level 1, 3, 4 / Officer: Level 4) as defined under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016. (CPD can be provided to obtain this)Current White Card or eligibility to get one.Up to date Covid Vaccination.Innovative and practical approach to problem solving and negotiation.Initiative and ability to work with minimum supervision.Demonstrate a high level of personal integrity and ethics.Additional BenefitsExcellent work-life balance, working a 19 day 4 week period - work 8 hours per day for 19 days, then take the 20th day off as an RDOFreedom to direct contributions to any compliant superannuation fundA holistic healthy lifestyle incentives program offering flu vaccinations, skin checks, health seminars and moreFree access up to 3 counseling sessions through Employee Assistance ProgramJourney accident insurancePaid parental leaveUniform providedStudy assistanceLearning and development opportunitiesOn-site car parkingFlexible Working Arrangements Policy that supports work-life balanceNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Have a question before applying? Please contact Suman at suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.auMore Opportunities Randstad is an approved talent supplier to the local and state Government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our gov job opportunitieshttps://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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