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      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$61,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyAt 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 RoleAs an part-time administration all-rounder working 3 days per week your duties will be fairly varied including:Photocopying, filing, sending out documents and records keepingMonth End reconciliation and financial adminData entry and creation of reportsFacilitate payroll and superannuation paymentsAd hoc support to the team Experience/Qualifications RequiredThe successful candidate would be a self-motivated, proactive employee who can work independently.5 years experience in a similar roleExceptional communication skills, both written and verbalAbility to work independently and as part of a teamStrong attention to detailProficient in MS Office and MYOB How to applyIf this sounds like a position that you would be interested in and you meet the criteria please apply via the link online. Any questions please contact lara.drinnan@randstad.com.au
      The CompanyAt 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 RoleAs an part-time administration all-rounder working 3 days per week your duties will be fairly varied including:Photocopying, filing, sending out documents and records keepingMonth End reconciliation and financial adminData entry and creation of reportsFacilitate payroll and superannuation paymentsAd hoc support to the team Experience/Qualifications RequiredThe successful candidate would be a self-motivated, proactive employee who can work independently.5 years experience in a similar roleExceptional communication skills, both written and verbalAbility to work independently and as part of a teamStrong attention to detailProficient in MS Office and MYOB How to applyIf this sounds like a position that you would be interested in and you meet the criteria please apply via the link online. Any questions please contact lara.drinnan@randstad.com.au
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$61,000 per year
      • full-time
      Your New RoleJoin this global business who specialises in providing Property services to high-end clientele in Sydney CBD. This company provides services ranging from Facilities Management to Asset Services. As the Service Coordinator, you will coordinate and manage the timely delivery of routine maintenance services for one of the Big 4 Banks!Your Duties IncludeReceive maintenance requests via phone and emailAssign work orders to contractorsProvide regular updates on the status of the jobRaise Purchase orders, invoice and reporting Maintain a high level of customer service at all times BenefitsCareer progression and development opportunitiesPartial work from home opportunities Extensive training providedLocated in a modern office in Sydney CBD, close to transport and shopsWork for a global companyJoin a fun and inclusive teamWork closely with one of the Big 4 Banks!About YouExperience in Property, Facilities, Maintenance, Building, Administration, Customer Service, Call Centre or Service Coordinator rolesWork on a rotating roster Monday - Friday Ability to work in a fast-paced environmentProficiency in using MO Suite (Word, Excel). If this sounds like the right role for you, please apply now, or for a confidential conversation please email vivienne.baez@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.
      Your New RoleJoin this global business who specialises in providing Property services to high-end clientele in Sydney CBD. This company provides services ranging from Facilities Management to Asset Services. As the Service Coordinator, you will coordinate and manage the timely delivery of routine maintenance services for one of the Big 4 Banks!Your Duties IncludeReceive maintenance requests via phone and emailAssign work orders to contractorsProvide regular updates on the status of the jobRaise Purchase orders, invoice and reporting Maintain a high level of customer service at all times BenefitsCareer progression and development opportunitiesPartial work from home opportunities Extensive training providedLocated in a modern office in Sydney CBD, close to transport and shopsWork for a global companyJoin a fun and inclusive teamWork closely with one of the Big 4 Banks!About YouExperience in Property, Facilities, Maintenance, Building, Administration, Customer Service, Call Centre or Service Coordinator rolesWork on a rotating roster Monday - Friday Ability to work in a fast-paced environmentProficiency in using MO Suite (Word, Excel). If this sounds like the right role for you, please apply now, or for a confidential conversation please email vivienne.baez@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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Imagine you never have to worry about where your next deal/lead is coming from with OTE potential of $250,000 +Imagine receiving 100% qualified leads where all a client is missing is a broker to put the deal together: YOU! With consistent strong growth since inception, you will be working as a lead mortgage broker for this property wealth team. Based in the inner city suburbs of Sydney, you will work in a smaller sized well-oiled team who help everyday Australians build wealth through property. While managing the loan process for the company’s clients who are purchasing properties, you will work closely with the property sales team to ensure a smooth transaction and a great outcome for all involved. About the role:Respond to and capture all leads generated by the sales teamAdhere to all responsible lending frameworks, policies and company protocolsManage the customer relationship and home loan process from initial contact to settlementWeekly KPI meetings with director of the business to ensure targets are metAbout You:Mortgage broker experience is essential - must have completed 2 year mentorship Driven by delivering outstanding service and results to each clientBeing able to work autonomously and handle multiple applications across all stages of the loan process What is in it for you?Depending on your experience/desired outcome, employer offers various pay structuresBase up to $120,000 with OTE earning of $250,000 potential Join a high performing, fun and successful teamLucrative earning potential for a hungry mortgage broker willing to work hard and smartParking on site paid by employerTake the first step today and speak to me about your plans and experience. Pease apply above.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.
      Imagine you never have to worry about where your next deal/lead is coming from with OTE potential of $250,000 +Imagine receiving 100% qualified leads where all a client is missing is a broker to put the deal together: YOU! With consistent strong growth since inception, you will be working as a lead mortgage broker for this property wealth team. Based in the inner city suburbs of Sydney, you will work in a smaller sized well-oiled team who help everyday Australians build wealth through property. While managing the loan process for the company’s clients who are purchasing properties, you will work closely with the property sales team to ensure a smooth transaction and a great outcome for all involved. About the role:Respond to and capture all leads generated by the sales teamAdhere to all responsible lending frameworks, policies and company protocolsManage the customer relationship and home loan process from initial contact to settlementWeekly KPI meetings with director of the business to ensure targets are metAbout You:Mortgage broker experience is essential - must have completed 2 year mentorship Driven by delivering outstanding service and results to each clientBeing able to work autonomously and handle multiple applications across all stages of the loan process What is in it for you?Depending on your experience/desired outcome, employer offers various pay structuresBase up to $120,000 with OTE earning of $250,000 potential Join a high performing, fun and successful teamLucrative earning potential for a hungry mortgage broker willing to work hard and smartParking on site paid by employerTake the first step today and speak to me about your plans and experience. Pease apply above.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      The Client:A rare opportunity to work with a dynamic, innovative and solutions orientated retail company within their property development division creating high quality commercial and retail projects across Victoria. With a strong pipeline of projects completed or currently under development, the company has a strong presence in Melbourne’s competitive retail and commerical market.The Role:Working closely with the the Head of Development, you will be driving the company’s acquisition strategy and high level execution for new projects nationally.Developing and researching the vision, concept and proposed development strategy for sites.Manage the leasing of developments and lease negotiations.Diversify, manage and maintain existing client relationships and networks.Create new client relationships and networks across a diverse range of retail & commercial sectors Contribute to the company’s future portfolio and development transactions.Assist the company to expand its portfolio within Victoria, as well as interstate /nationally. Management of client mandates, growth objectives and criteria.Oversee projects from end-to-end to ensure successful delivery outcomes for clients.Responsibilities and tasks may include:You will work closely and manage the research & property analyst.Manage external consultants involved in the acquisition, leasing & planning process.Maintain strong communication with external clients, such as agents, vendors.Sourcing and analysing sites that are suitable for the company’s acquisition and development objectives. Creation and management of financial feasibilities, budgets and cash flows.Facilitate in lease negotiations, along with contract of sale negotiations.Integrating with other company divisions to assist in the delivery of each project.Review and manage development programmes and briefs.Document control of professional business correspondences, reports and presentationsIdentify and manage risks and opportunities to optimise outcomes, and know when to escalate to management.Work collaboratively with the construction, development, acquisition and finance team.About you:Diploma or tertiary qualifications in a property or facilities related discipline.3+ years’ experience in commercial leasing, retail leasing, leasing executive or property management. Commercial acumen and demonstrated experience balancing financial needs with a sound understanding of base building and technical issues.Demonstrated stakeholder management, multitasking and management of priorities.Strong leasing experience and demonstrated results in negotiating and finalising lease transactions.Professional manner with the ability to be consultative.Ability to identify new business opportunities.Strong communication, decision-making & influencing skills.How to apply:If this sounds like you “'APPLY" now or send a copy of your updated resume through to louise.degier@randstad.com.au to arrange 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.
      The Client:A rare opportunity to work with a dynamic, innovative and solutions orientated retail company within their property development division creating high quality commercial and retail projects across Victoria. With a strong pipeline of projects completed or currently under development, the company has a strong presence in Melbourne’s competitive retail and commerical market.The Role:Working closely with the the Head of Development, you will be driving the company’s acquisition strategy and high level execution for new projects nationally.Developing and researching the vision, concept and proposed development strategy for sites.Manage the leasing of developments and lease negotiations.Diversify, manage and maintain existing client relationships and networks.Create new client relationships and networks across a diverse range of retail & commercial sectors Contribute to the company’s future portfolio and development transactions.Assist the company to expand its portfolio within Victoria, as well as interstate /nationally. Management of client mandates, growth objectives and criteria.Oversee projects from end-to-end to ensure successful delivery outcomes for clients.Responsibilities and tasks may include:You will work closely and manage the research & property analyst.Manage external consultants involved in the acquisition, leasing & planning process.Maintain strong communication with external clients, such as agents, vendors.Sourcing and analysing sites that are suitable for the company’s acquisition and development objectives. Creation and management of financial feasibilities, budgets and cash flows.Facilitate in lease negotiations, along with contract of sale negotiations.Integrating with other company divisions to assist in the delivery of each project.Review and manage development programmes and briefs.Document control of professional business correspondences, reports and presentationsIdentify and manage risks and opportunities to optimise outcomes, and know when to escalate to management.Work collaboratively with the construction, development, acquisition and finance team.About you:Diploma or tertiary qualifications in a property or facilities related discipline.3+ years’ experience in commercial leasing, retail leasing, leasing executive or property management. Commercial acumen and demonstrated experience balancing financial needs with a sound understanding of base building and technical issues.Demonstrated stakeholder management, multitasking and management of priorities.Strong leasing experience and demonstrated results in negotiating and finalising lease transactions.Professional manner with the ability to be consultative.Ability to identify new business opportunities.Strong communication, decision-making & influencing skills.How to apply:If this sounds like you “'APPLY" now or send a copy of your updated resume through to louise.degier@randstad.com.au to arrange 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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000, per year, + superannuation
      • full-time
      Facilities roleMy client is seeking a full time Facilities coordinator and caretaker to join their team.The Facilities Manager will assist the Facilities Manager in undertaking property facilities activities, procurement and other general maintenance. For this role you will need to ensure that the buildings and surroundings are rubbish and waste free, guaranteeing all sites are always presented at their best. This will include the use of cleaning equipment when required. Core responsibilities:The Facilities Officer will attend to minor maintenance works (within their skill level) as requested by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Team Leader.Communicate effectively with external contractors to arrange minor works as required, including supervising maintenance contractors that have been engaged.The Facilities Officer will be required to backup and perform the duties of or assist in all areas of the Facilities Maintenance team when required during periods of absence, leave or when workload dictates as directed by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Executive Team.Assisting customers and tenants with daily customer service through face to face interaction in the office or through email, intercom and telephone professionally and respectfully.Understand the commercial aspects of the business and the impact on decision making. This may mean attending regular meetings with other internal stakeholders to understand the operational, leasing and revenue drivers.Key Skills:Demonstrated ability to prioritise work within tight operational and financial deadlinesGood interpersonal skills to operate as a pro-active member of a small core team Positive approach to meeting clients’ needs Effective writing and computer skills using Microsoft Word and Excel Financial analysis skills.You Will Need:Demonstrate leadership skills;Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in similar role;Previous maintenance experience (minor);Driver’s license;Truck license desirable but not essential;Chemical Certificate (desirable);Industrial White Card; andAsbestos Awareness Certificate (desirable).In return you will receive:Career development within a key organisationFantastic salary and benefitsCentral locationIf you’re interested in the role above hit APPLY NOW. Alternatively contact Jasmine sitoou on 6132 3840 or email Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.au Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Facilities roleMy client is seeking a full time Facilities coordinator and caretaker to join their team.The Facilities Manager will assist the Facilities Manager in undertaking property facilities activities, procurement and other general maintenance. For this role you will need to ensure that the buildings and surroundings are rubbish and waste free, guaranteeing all sites are always presented at their best. This will include the use of cleaning equipment when required. Core responsibilities:The Facilities Officer will attend to minor maintenance works (within their skill level) as requested by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Team Leader.Communicate effectively with external contractors to arrange minor works as required, including supervising maintenance contractors that have been engaged.The Facilities Officer will be required to backup and perform the duties of or assist in all areas of the Facilities Maintenance team when required during periods of absence, leave or when workload dictates as directed by the Facilities Maintenance Manager or Executive Team.Assisting customers and tenants with daily customer service through face to face interaction in the office or through email, intercom and telephone professionally and respectfully.Understand the commercial aspects of the business and the impact on decision making. This may mean attending regular meetings with other internal stakeholders to understand the operational, leasing and revenue drivers.Key Skills:Demonstrated ability to prioritise work within tight operational and financial deadlinesGood interpersonal skills to operate as a pro-active member of a small core team Positive approach to meeting clients’ needs Effective writing and computer skills using Microsoft Word and Excel Financial analysis skills.You Will Need:Demonstrate leadership skills;Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in similar role;Previous maintenance experience (minor);Driver’s license;Truck license desirable but not essential;Chemical Certificate (desirable);Industrial White Card; andAsbestos Awareness Certificate (desirable).In return you will receive:Career development within a key organisationFantastic salary and benefitsCentral locationIf you’re interested in the role above hit APPLY NOW. Alternatively contact Jasmine sitoou on 6132 3840 or email Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.au Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      The Client:A rare opportunity to work with a dynamic, innovative and solutions orientated retail company within their property development division creating high quality commercial and retail projects across Victoria. With a strong pipeline of projects completed or currently under development, the company has a strong presence in Melbourne’s competitive retail and commerical market.The Role:Working closely with the the Head of Development, you will be driving the company’s acquisition strategy and high level execution for new projects nationally.Developing and researching the vision, concept and proposed development strategy for sites.Manage the leasing of developments and lease negotiations.Diversify, manage and maintain existing client relationships and networks.Create new client relationships and networks across a diverse range of retail & commercial sectors Contribute to the company’s future portfolio and development transactions.Assist the company to expand its portfolio within Victoria, as well as interstate /nationally. Management of client mandates, growth objectives and criteria.Oversee projects from end-to-end to ensure successful delivery outcomes for clients.Responsibilities and tasks may include:You will work closely and manage the research & property analyst.Manage external consultants involved in the acquisition, leasing & planning process.Maintain strong communication with external clients, such as agents, vendors.Sourcing and analysing sites that are suitable for the company’s acquisition and development objectives. Creation and management of financial feasibilities, budgets and cash flows.Facilitate in lease negotiations, along with contract of sale negotiations.Integrating with other company divisions to assist in the delivery of each project.Review and manage development programmes and briefs.Document control of professional business correspondences, reports and presentationsIdentify and manage risks and opportunities to optimise outcomes, and know when to escalate to management.Work collaboratively with the construction, development, acquisition and finance team.About you:Diploma or tertiary qualifications in a property or facilities related discipline.3+ years’ experience in commercial leasing, retail leasing, leasing executive or property management. Commercial acumen and demonstrated experience balancing financial needs with a sound understanding of base building and technical issues.Demonstrated stakeholder management, multitasking and management of priorities.Strong leasing experience and demonstrated results in negotiating and finalising lease transactions.Professional manner with the ability to be consultative.Ability to identify new business opportunities.Strong communication, decision-making & influencing skills.How to apply:If this sounds like you “'APPLY" now or send a copy of your updated resume through to louise.degier@randstad.com.au to arrange 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.
      The Client:A rare opportunity to work with a dynamic, innovative and solutions orientated retail company within their property development division creating high quality commercial and retail projects across Victoria. With a strong pipeline of projects completed or currently under development, the company has a strong presence in Melbourne’s competitive retail and commerical market.The Role:Working closely with the the Head of Development, you will be driving the company’s acquisition strategy and high level execution for new projects nationally.Developing and researching the vision, concept and proposed development strategy for sites.Manage the leasing of developments and lease negotiations.Diversify, manage and maintain existing client relationships and networks.Create new client relationships and networks across a diverse range of retail & commercial sectors Contribute to the company’s future portfolio and development transactions.Assist the company to expand its portfolio within Victoria, as well as interstate /nationally. Management of client mandates, growth objectives and criteria.Oversee projects from end-to-end to ensure successful delivery outcomes for clients.Responsibilities and tasks may include:You will work closely and manage the research & property analyst.Manage external consultants involved in the acquisition, leasing & planning process.Maintain strong communication with external clients, such as agents, vendors.Sourcing and analysing sites that are suitable for the company’s acquisition and development objectives. Creation and management of financial feasibilities, budgets and cash flows.Facilitate in lease negotiations, along with contract of sale negotiations.Integrating with other company divisions to assist in the delivery of each project.Review and manage development programmes and briefs.Document control of professional business correspondences, reports and presentationsIdentify and manage risks and opportunities to optimise outcomes, and know when to escalate to management.Work collaboratively with the construction, development, acquisition and finance team.About you:Diploma or tertiary qualifications in a property or facilities related discipline.3+ years’ experience in commercial leasing, retail leasing, leasing executive or property management. Commercial acumen and demonstrated experience balancing financial needs with a sound understanding of base building and technical issues.Demonstrated stakeholder management, multitasking and management of priorities.Strong leasing experience and demonstrated results in negotiating and finalising lease transactions.Professional manner with the ability to be consultative.Ability to identify new business opportunities.Strong communication, decision-making & influencing skills.How to apply:If this sounds like you “'APPLY" now or send a copy of your updated resume through to louise.degier@randstad.com.au to arrange 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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      APS5 Facilities Coordinator The role includes coordination of property management, maintenance, administration, financial andprocurement tasks. Create a strong customer focus and commitment to team objectives and outcomes.We are looking for a confident individual to manage the core responsibilities for overseeing any daily and afternoon trade works, issuing and receiving facility access keys, responding to facility related requests, locking buildings, and setting alarms accordingly.What you will do:Monitor incoming emails and disseminate to team members for coordination of work schedule.High level communication skills and ability to build strong working relationships with internal and external Stakeholders. Maintain the company's leased vehiclesFinancial and Procurement as requiredMaintain the CARDAX database, including activation/deactivation or ID access cards for staff and Contractors. Foster a professional relationship with property maintenance companies Management of the job allocation in the Corrigo work systemCoordination of contractor inductions and relevant work allocationStaff management experience and ability to build capability and foster teamwork.Demonstrated self-awareness, problem solving, personal drive, integrity, professionalism and a proven.commitment to APS Values, Code of Conduct and WHS principles.EligibilityHave a current driver’s license.Hold a current police check or be eligible to hold a clear check Applicants will preferably hold Working with Vulnerable People certification or be able to successfully apply for one. To be eligible for employment in the APS and the department, applicants must be Australian Citizens.If you think this role applies to you please call Jasmine Sitoou on 0419 013 883, click Apply Now or you can email your resume through.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.
      APS5 Facilities Coordinator The role includes coordination of property management, maintenance, administration, financial andprocurement tasks. Create a strong customer focus and commitment to team objectives and outcomes.We are looking for a confident individual to manage the core responsibilities for overseeing any daily and afternoon trade works, issuing and receiving facility access keys, responding to facility related requests, locking buildings, and setting alarms accordingly.What you will do:Monitor incoming emails and disseminate to team members for coordination of work schedule.High level communication skills and ability to build strong working relationships with internal and external Stakeholders. Maintain the company's leased vehiclesFinancial and Procurement as requiredMaintain the CARDAX database, including activation/deactivation or ID access cards for staff and Contractors. Foster a professional relationship with property maintenance companies Management of the job allocation in the Corrigo work systemCoordination of contractor inductions and relevant work allocationStaff management experience and ability to build capability and foster teamwork.Demonstrated self-awareness, problem solving, personal drive, integrity, professionalism and a proven.commitment to APS Values, Code of Conduct and WHS principles.EligibilityHave a current driver’s license.Hold a current police check or be eligible to hold a clear check Applicants will preferably hold Working with Vulnerable People certification or be able to successfully apply for one. To be eligible for employment in the APS and the department, applicants must be Australian Citizens.If you think this role applies to you please call Jasmine Sitoou on 0419 013 883, click Apply Now or you can email your resume through.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are proud to partner with a leading Melbourne based Property Developer with over 50 years experience. This company owns nearly 200 properties and has over 350 commercial customers.This role is based in Melbourne's South East. The primary purpose of the Facilities Coordinator is to provide essential support to managers in administration, maintenance, reactive works and project management. Key responsibilities include:First point of contact for coordinating both reactive and planned works.Effective management of contractors including inductions and monitoring of practicesCoordinating repairs and maintenance as well as small project managementResponding to client enquiries and complaints ensuring timely and quality service deliveryProviding administrative assistance to the Senior Facilities ManagerEnsures every work request issued to contractors is approved and captured within the facilities management softwareAssist with the development and implementation of procedures and maintenance plans to improve service, and asset performanceRaising job notifications and ensuring the contractors and the client are kept well informed on job progressInvolvement with the building Emergency Management Plan and undertaking training on key roles.Provide a high level of facilities administration support to the FM Team and Tenants.Undertake analysis of expenses for maintenance works by contractor and property About You Previous experience as a Facilities AdministratorTertiary qualification in a property/facilities related field (beneficial)Experience in meeting client needs within agreed timelinesEffective communicator and able to liaise with a range of stakeholdersGood technical understanding of facility needs Whats on offerThis is a key role for this impressive organisation and they are offering an attractive salary package in the $80k - $100k range to attract the right candidate. How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to jack.hall@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are proud to partner with a leading Melbourne based Property Developer with over 50 years experience. This company owns nearly 200 properties and has over 350 commercial customers.This role is based in Melbourne's South East. The primary purpose of the Facilities Coordinator is to provide essential support to managers in administration, maintenance, reactive works and project management. Key responsibilities include:First point of contact for coordinating both reactive and planned works.Effective management of contractors including inductions and monitoring of practicesCoordinating repairs and maintenance as well as small project managementResponding to client enquiries and complaints ensuring timely and quality service deliveryProviding administrative assistance to the Senior Facilities ManagerEnsures every work request issued to contractors is approved and captured within the facilities management softwareAssist with the development and implementation of procedures and maintenance plans to improve service, and asset performanceRaising job notifications and ensuring the contractors and the client are kept well informed on job progressInvolvement with the building Emergency Management Plan and undertaking training on key roles.Provide a high level of facilities administration support to the FM Team and Tenants.Undertake analysis of expenses for maintenance works by contractor and property About You Previous experience as a Facilities AdministratorTertiary qualification in a property/facilities related field (beneficial)Experience in meeting client needs within agreed timelinesEffective communicator and able to liaise with a range of stakeholdersGood technical understanding of facility needs Whats on offerThis is a key role for this impressive organisation and they are offering an attractive salary package in the $80k - $100k range to attract the right candidate. How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to jack.hall@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000, per year, inclusive total package - neg
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking expressions of interest for an Asset Manager for a well established Canberra business.About the roleThe Asset manager plays a key role in the development and ongoing coordination of the clients asset management plans, including the establishment, maintenance and review of asset management practices enabling delivery of outcomes and objectives that meet Divisional objectives and the respected business’s requirements.Position descriptionThe Asset Manager will work with stakeholders across the business, other business's staff (both internal and external to the Division) and external clients and contractors. They will be required to establish, develop and maintain professional and effective working relationships to support the clients asset management program.Skills and experienceExperience in programmed asset management within a large scale facilities management environment would be highly regardedProgress towards, or postgraduate qualifications (or equivalent) with relevant extensive experience, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and education/trainingHigh level understanding of risk reporting and innovative technical responses to mitigate risk for large scale asset baseExcellent customer service, communication skills, presentation, and internal/external stakeholder management experience Ability to identify and contribute to areas of continual service improvementIf this opportunity sounds right for you, please feel free to submit an application.Please note, the successful candidate must be fully vaccinated and be able to produce their COVID-19 digital certificate.Please contact luke.meddemmen@randstad.com.au if you have any questionsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently seeking expressions of interest for an Asset Manager for a well established Canberra business.About the roleThe Asset manager plays a key role in the development and ongoing coordination of the clients asset management plans, including the establishment, maintenance and review of asset management practices enabling delivery of outcomes and objectives that meet Divisional objectives and the respected business’s requirements.Position descriptionThe Asset Manager will work with stakeholders across the business, other business's staff (both internal and external to the Division) and external clients and contractors. They will be required to establish, develop and maintain professional and effective working relationships to support the clients asset management program.Skills and experienceExperience in programmed asset management within a large scale facilities management environment would be highly regardedProgress towards, or postgraduate qualifications (or equivalent) with relevant extensive experience, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and education/trainingHigh level understanding of risk reporting and innovative technical responses to mitigate risk for large scale asset baseExcellent customer service, communication skills, presentation, and internal/external stakeholder management experience Ability to identify and contribute to areas of continual service improvementIf this opportunity sounds right for you, please feel free to submit an application.Please note, the successful candidate must be fully vaccinated and be able to produce their COVID-19 digital certificate.Please contact luke.meddemmen@randstad.com.au if you have any questionsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • gold coast, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$68,000 - AU$73,000, per year, Plus super
      • full-time
      Randstad has an exciting opportunity for an experienced PA/receptionist to join an Australian owned property and investment company. We are looking for a candidate that has very strong administration and organisational skills and can provide high level support to directors. You will need to have the ability to work autonomously as required and take ownership of your tasks, as well as being proactive to drive your workload.Key responsibilities and dutiesScheduling meetings and minute takingExtensive diary managementDraft correspondence on behalf of the managersGeneral administrative tasks as requested by the office manager and or directorsAssist with preparation of weekly/monthly reportsWelcome clients/guest upon arrival to receptionAnswering phones and emailsIdeally you will have Previous experience being a PAStrong stakeholder communication skillsExcellent verbal and written communication Highly organized with outstanding time management skills and strong attention to detailExperience working in the investment/property industry highly regardedCan work well without supervisionAttention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines Ability to problem solveWhat’s in it for you?Competitive salaryFree parkingClose to public transportCareer progressionMonday - Friday Don't miss out on this opportunity and APPLY NOW, or for a confidential conversation, please contact Jazzie Houlahan - jasmine.houlahan@randstad.com.au or phone - 07 3100 7015At 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 has an exciting opportunity for an experienced PA/receptionist to join an Australian owned property and investment company. We are looking for a candidate that has very strong administration and organisational skills and can provide high level support to directors. You will need to have the ability to work autonomously as required and take ownership of your tasks, as well as being proactive to drive your workload.Key responsibilities and dutiesScheduling meetings and minute takingExtensive diary managementDraft correspondence on behalf of the managersGeneral administrative tasks as requested by the office manager and or directorsAssist with preparation of weekly/monthly reportsWelcome clients/guest upon arrival to receptionAnswering phones and emailsIdeally you will have Previous experience being a PAStrong stakeholder communication skillsExcellent verbal and written communication Highly organized with outstanding time management skills and strong attention to detailExperience working in the investment/property industry highly regardedCan work well without supervisionAttention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines Ability to problem solveWhat’s in it for you?Competitive salaryFree parkingClose to public transportCareer progressionMonday - Friday Don't miss out on this opportunity and APPLY NOW, or for a confidential conversation, please contact Jazzie Houlahan - jasmine.houlahan@randstad.com.au or phone - 07 3100 7015At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$200,000 - AU$2,500,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyLongstanding funds manager and full-service property group with national portfolio of commercial assetsInteresting mix of projects - upgrades and capital works on existing properties (typically up to $10m) as well as leading new build projecs from cradle to grave to $30mLead the existing construction services team who deliver projects both in house, and via third third party buildign contractors, depending upon their size & location.The RoleThis opportunity is a key role leading the a small and established Construction Services, managing all aspects of the groups project delivery and playing a hands on role on their key projects. Core areas of responsibility includeDelivery - overseeing projects services from start to finish to ensure successful delivery to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. This includes playing a key hands on role through the design and construction phase.Compliance - ensuring all projects meet building compliance codes and other obligations - for both Federal, State and Local GovernmentOHS & E - create and maingtain a safety program for both individual projects and the company as a wholeQA/QC Management - conitnual review and evaluate company practice and processContract Management - maintain supplier and vendor performance of quality and cost across the portfolioBudgeting and Reporting - weekly and monthly reports of work order status and financial summaries. Qualifications & Experience requiredA track record of successfuly completed projects as Project Manager within the commercial building sector in Australia Strong working knowledge of commercial building systems, structures and civil works for projects up $50mAdvanced knowledge of Australian building legislation, codes and OHS&EProven experience with financial accountability, including monitoring budgets and forecastsOutstanding written and verbal communications skills, creative thinking approachTertiary qualification in Engineering or Construction.Whats on offerAn opportunity to transition your construction PM skills to a property and funds management organisation with an exceptional portfolio of projects and assetsStunning CBD offices with collaborative team environmentAn opportunity to get exposure to front end development and funds management (your core responsibility is in project delivery however)A five day working weekAn attractive salary package How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The CompanyLongstanding funds manager and full-service property group with national portfolio of commercial assetsInteresting mix of projects - upgrades and capital works on existing properties (typically up to $10m) as well as leading new build projecs from cradle to grave to $30mLead the existing construction services team who deliver projects both in house, and via third third party buildign contractors, depending upon their size & location.The RoleThis opportunity is a key role leading the a small and established Construction Services, managing all aspects of the groups project delivery and playing a hands on role on their key projects. Core areas of responsibility includeDelivery - overseeing projects services from start to finish to ensure successful delivery to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. This includes playing a key hands on role through the design and construction phase.Compliance - ensuring all projects meet building compliance codes and other obligations - for both Federal, State and Local GovernmentOHS & E - create and maingtain a safety program for both individual projects and the company as a wholeQA/QC Management - conitnual review and evaluate company practice and processContract Management - maintain supplier and vendor performance of quality and cost across the portfolioBudgeting and Reporting - weekly and monthly reports of work order status and financial summaries. Qualifications & Experience requiredA track record of successfuly completed projects as Project Manager within the commercial building sector in Australia Strong working knowledge of commercial building systems, structures and civil works for projects up $50mAdvanced knowledge of Australian building legislation, codes and OHS&EProven experience with financial accountability, including monitoring budgets and forecastsOutstanding written and verbal communications skills, creative thinking approachTertiary qualification in Engineering or Construction.Whats on offerAn opportunity to transition your construction PM skills to a property and funds management organisation with an exceptional portfolio of projects and assetsStunning CBD offices with collaborative team environmentAn opportunity to get exposure to front end development and funds management (your core responsibility is in project delivery however)A five day working weekAn attractive salary package How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$79.00 - AU$80.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad's Construction, Property and Engineering team have a vacancy for a High Voltage Electrician/Cable Jointer.This role is a FIFO position to Roma, based on a 19/9 Roster. Its day shift only, 11 hour shifts and 7.6 paid for rain days.To be eligible for this role you must:Have extensive previous experience in a similar role within large scale Oil & Gas projects with exposure to a civil environmentBe available until at least October (It is likely to extend)Have the following qualifications:QLD Electrical Jointer licenseHigh Voltage Switching4wd certificateISI trainingWhite CardRewardsWe have a strong pipeline of work which allows us to offer redeployment options to our employees.Equal opportunity employer – we strongly encourage Applicants from all backgrounds to apply for all our positionsHuman Forward– Be part of a company that is committed to recognition, career building and supporting your safety and wellbeing.If this sounds like you, Apply today!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's Construction, Property and Engineering team have a vacancy for a High Voltage Electrician/Cable Jointer.This role is a FIFO position to Roma, based on a 19/9 Roster. Its day shift only, 11 hour shifts and 7.6 paid for rain days.To be eligible for this role you must:Have extensive previous experience in a similar role within large scale Oil & Gas projects with exposure to a civil environmentBe available until at least October (It is likely to extend)Have the following qualifications:QLD Electrical Jointer licenseHigh Voltage Switching4wd certificateISI trainingWhite CardRewardsWe have a strong pipeline of work which allows us to offer redeployment options to our employees.Equal opportunity employer – we strongly encourage Applicants from all backgrounds to apply for all our positionsHuman Forward– Be part of a company that is committed to recognition, career building and supporting your safety and wellbeing.If this sounds like you, Apply today!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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$120,000, per year, super + bonus
      • full-time
      Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries and is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.Fitch Ratings’ Corporate group provides public and private ratings of companies and their debt instruments, on both the international and national rating scale. Debt instruments include bank loans, senior and subordinated debt, commercial paper and preferred stock. The Corporate ratings analytical methodology addresses the legal, regulatory and market environments in over 100 countries in which Fitch Ratings operates, with particular emphasis on debt structure. Corporates group analysts continually expand and deepen their research, combining industry expertise with the finest analytical tools to offer well-informed and timely judgments. Analysts are readily available and responsive to investors. Through our structure, our people and our process, the Corporates group provides broad coverage and exceptional service. You will take lead analytical responsibility for a varied portfolio of corporate issuers primarily Australian, across Industrials, Property & Real Estate / Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified Manufacturing. You will take the lead in meeting and appraising debt issuers in the sector and then present and discuss your recommendations to a rating committee; you will also be responsible for presenting them effectively and in an incisive manner to external parties. Additional analytical focus will comprise ad hoc sector commentaries, detailed thematic sector research reports and rating actions to events of the day. The role also involves outreach meetings with investors and intermediaries and will entail some travel. The successful candidate will also be expected to support the team as and when required and support the maintenance of regional sector databases and financial models. The portfolio of primary coverage can be around 10-12 entities in total plus back-up analytical coverage on a similar number of rated entities. Experience, Qualifications & Skills:A minimum of 6 years’ experience in credit or analytical role is required in order to be successful; Specific experience within any of the following sectors is required for aspirational Director level candidates: Industrials, Property & Real Estate/ Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified ManufacturingRecent financial modelling experience is essentialFamiliarity in Fitch's criteria and methodology would be highly beneficialMust be experienced and comfortable presenting analysis to and liaising with C-suite executives; and also dealing with media queriesExperience with reviewing legal documentation associated with cross border capital markets issuance is preferredFinancial based professional qualification such as CFA/CPA/CIMA is essential for aspirational Director level candidatesFluent English, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills, are essentialExcellent communication skills, particularly in the context of report writing and oral presentationStrong team player and possess excellent inter-personal skills, with an ability to integrate quickly into an established team and to deal with colleagues and external parties across the Asia-Pacific region.Self-starter. The candidate will be expected to show initiative as well as managing and prioritising his/her time and work both independently and as part of a small teamTo enquire further, please submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our RANDSTAD website at www.randstad.com.au/apply reference 90M0468837. Confidentiality is assured.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.
      Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries and is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.Fitch Ratings’ Corporate group provides public and private ratings of companies and their debt instruments, on both the international and national rating scale. Debt instruments include bank loans, senior and subordinated debt, commercial paper and preferred stock. The Corporate ratings analytical methodology addresses the legal, regulatory and market environments in over 100 countries in which Fitch Ratings operates, with particular emphasis on debt structure. Corporates group analysts continually expand and deepen their research, combining industry expertise with the finest analytical tools to offer well-informed and timely judgments. Analysts are readily available and responsive to investors. Through our structure, our people and our process, the Corporates group provides broad coverage and exceptional service. You will take lead analytical responsibility for a varied portfolio of corporate issuers primarily Australian, across Industrials, Property & Real Estate / Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified Manufacturing. You will take the lead in meeting and appraising debt issuers in the sector and then present and discuss your recommendations to a rating committee; you will also be responsible for presenting them effectively and in an incisive manner to external parties. Additional analytical focus will comprise ad hoc sector commentaries, detailed thematic sector research reports and rating actions to events of the day. The role also involves outreach meetings with investors and intermediaries and will entail some travel. The successful candidate will also be expected to support the team as and when required and support the maintenance of regional sector databases and financial models. The portfolio of primary coverage can be around 10-12 entities in total plus back-up analytical coverage on a similar number of rated entities. Experience, Qualifications & Skills:A minimum of 6 years’ experience in credit or analytical role is required in order to be successful; Specific experience within any of the following sectors is required for aspirational Director level candidates: Industrials, Property & Real Estate/ Homebuilding, Energy & Utilities and Diversified ManufacturingRecent financial modelling experience is essentialFamiliarity in Fitch's criteria and methodology would be highly beneficialMust be experienced and comfortable presenting analysis to and liaising with C-suite executives; and also dealing with media queriesExperience with reviewing legal documentation associated with cross border capital markets issuance is preferredFinancial based professional qualification such as CFA/CPA/CIMA is essential for aspirational Director level candidatesFluent English, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills, are essentialExcellent communication skills, particularly in the context of report writing and oral presentationStrong team player and possess excellent inter-personal skills, with an ability to integrate quickly into an established team and to deal with colleagues and external parties across the Asia-Pacific region.Self-starter. The candidate will be expected to show initiative as well as managing and prioritising his/her time and work both independently and as part of a small teamTo enquire further, please submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our RANDSTAD website at www.randstad.com.au/apply reference 90M0468837. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • AU$30.00 - AU$40.00, per hour, +super
      • full-time
      Randstad works with a range of clients within the NFP, Education, Healthcare and Professional Services sectors across Melbourne. With a variety of temporary and permanent opportunities available. If you are available for work immediately or looking for your next move please reach out!Duties include but are not limited to:Reception dutiesAnswer and direct telephone calls to the relevant section of the businessOpen and distribute incoming mail and keep a register of outgoing mailMaintain the Visitor Management SystemEnter all incoming applications for assessment and examsAdministrative dutiesProvide assistance formatting documentsManage office supplies including, stationery, coffee, milk and fruitManage email inbox and direct inquiries to appropriate areas of the businessMaintain meeting/board rooms and utilities Assist with property and equipment maintenanceProvide administrative supportSkills and experienceExcellent customer service and reception skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent organisation skillsProven high level attention to detail, ability to prioritise and meet deadlinesHigh level computer skills, including Microsoft Office suiteThis position requires the successful candidate to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19If this sounds like a position you would be interested in please press APPLY NOW or contact Emily at emily.astbury@randstad.com.au. Looking forward to hearing from you!At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad works with a range of clients within the NFP, Education, Healthcare and Professional Services sectors across Melbourne. With a variety of temporary and permanent opportunities available. If you are available for work immediately or looking for your next move please reach out!Duties include but are not limited to:Reception dutiesAnswer and direct telephone calls to the relevant section of the businessOpen and distribute incoming mail and keep a register of outgoing mailMaintain the Visitor Management SystemEnter all incoming applications for assessment and examsAdministrative dutiesProvide assistance formatting documentsManage office supplies including, stationery, coffee, milk and fruitManage email inbox and direct inquiries to appropriate areas of the businessMaintain meeting/board rooms and utilities Assist with property and equipment maintenanceProvide administrative supportSkills and experienceExcellent customer service and reception skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent organisation skillsProven high level attention to detail, ability to prioritise and meet deadlinesHigh level computer skills, including Microsoft Office suiteThis position requires the successful candidate to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19If this sounds like a position you would be interested in please press APPLY NOW or contact Emily at emily.astbury@randstad.com.au. Looking forward to hearing from you!At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$40.00 - AU$44.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Are you looking for an exciting contract opportunity to keep you busy until summer?Do you enjoy giving strategic claims advice to large corporate clients and brokers?If YES, then we have an exciting six-month contract with a renowned global firm for you!We are looking for a dynamic senior claims advisors in Sydney! In this new role, you will:Look after a portfolio of claims in Property & Liability.Provide strategic claims advice to top ASX clients on issues around complex catastrophic claims, workers comp issues, etc.Work closely with multiple legal, products, and claims teams. You must have:Strong experience in commercial insurance or Workers' compensation. Experience working with c-suiteExcellent written and verbal communication skillsOpen to learn Critical thinkerAn insurance broker/consulting background is not necessary but idealTier 1 compliant Benefits:$44/hour + SuperWork as part of a Global Brokerage Firm Manage your own portfolio of claims Opportunity to progress and develop across the business Hybrid working arrangements Office based in Sydney CBD If you believe you are the perfect fit for this role, then I would love to hear from you. Please reach out to me, anastasia.cheruvelil@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.
      Are you looking for an exciting contract opportunity to keep you busy until summer?Do you enjoy giving strategic claims advice to large corporate clients and brokers?If YES, then we have an exciting six-month contract with a renowned global firm for you!We are looking for a dynamic senior claims advisors in Sydney! In this new role, you will:Look after a portfolio of claims in Property & Liability.Provide strategic claims advice to top ASX clients on issues around complex catastrophic claims, workers comp issues, etc.Work closely with multiple legal, products, and claims teams. You must have:Strong experience in commercial insurance or Workers' compensation. Experience working with c-suiteExcellent written and verbal communication skillsOpen to learn Critical thinkerAn insurance broker/consulting background is not necessary but idealTier 1 compliant Benefits:$44/hour + SuperWork as part of a Global Brokerage Firm Manage your own portfolio of claims Opportunity to progress and develop across the business Hybrid working arrangements Office based in Sydney CBD If you believe you are the perfect fit for this role, then I would love to hear from you. Please reach out to me, anastasia.cheruvelil@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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      OrganisationRandstads client is a major build company and is looking for a Residential HSE Advisor to join them and work on major build projects in Sydney, New South Wales. This amazing company prides itself on their ability to finish projects above standard and work collaboratively as a team. The Residential Division is made up of Master Planned Communities, Apartments, Design, Sales & Marketing, Finance and Operations. In the Residential sector, the company stands firmly at the forefront of innovation and quality, creating exceptional living environments in the best locations in Australia's capital cities. There is a great opportunity to grow within a company that has a stable workbook. PositionThe Health Safety Environment Advisor is responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager Residential during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business (excluding Construction) to continually develop the business's HSE culture. This is an excellent opportunity with a company that puts their people first. The position is based in Sydney CBD and will involve daily interactions with key HSE and operational stakeholders. RequirementsRelevant Qualifications in Work, Health & Safety or equivalentSimilar experience as a safety professional in a similar roleExcellent written and verbal communication skillsIntermediate to advanced MS Office skillsEffective organisation and time management skillsProactive attitude and results orientatedAustralian Citizen or Permanent Resident residing in NSW Benefits & Next Steps Exciting opportunity for an experienced safety professional to join this well- known organisation.Work with a team that promotes professional development and has an approachable and friendly culture. 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.
      OrganisationRandstads client is a major build company and is looking for a Residential HSE Advisor to join them and work on major build projects in Sydney, New South Wales. This amazing company prides itself on their ability to finish projects above standard and work collaboratively as a team. The Residential Division is made up of Master Planned Communities, Apartments, Design, Sales & Marketing, Finance and Operations. In the Residential sector, the company stands firmly at the forefront of innovation and quality, creating exceptional living environments in the best locations in Australia's capital cities. There is a great opportunity to grow within a company that has a stable workbook. PositionThe Health Safety Environment Advisor is responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager Residential during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business (excluding Construction) to continually develop the business's HSE culture. This is an excellent opportunity with a company that puts their people first. The position is based in Sydney CBD and will involve daily interactions with key HSE and operational stakeholders. RequirementsRelevant Qualifications in Work, Health & Safety or equivalentSimilar experience as a safety professional in a similar roleExcellent written and verbal communication skillsIntermediate to advanced MS Office skillsEffective organisation and time management skillsProactive attitude and results orientatedAustralian Citizen or Permanent Resident residing in NSW Benefits & Next Steps Exciting opportunity for an experienced safety professional to join this well- known organisation.Work with a team that promotes professional development and has an approachable and friendly culture. 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$70,000 per year
      • full-time
      Your New Company:Our client is a well established Construction company that specialises in new build and responsive maintenance work. With over 45 employees, this company is vastly growing due to their high success rate with their clients. They are looking for a new Maintenance Project Coordinator to join their close knit and supportive team to deliver outstanding service.Your Main Duties: As a Maintenance Project Coordinator, you will be working in a team and also working autonomously. Your day to day responsibilities will include:Receive work orders and assign subcontractors Liaise with clients and contractors to ensure jobs are completed Raise purchase orders and process invoicesAnswering phone calls and responding to emails Meeting KPI targetsGeneral ad hoc duties as requiredBenefits to You: Multiple roles available with an immediate startAttractive bonus scheme based on performance Work from home option available Work with a friendly and experienced team Be mentored by an expert in the field Parking on siteAbout You: Previous customer service, call centre, reception, administration, project administration or scheduling experience High attention to detail and a proactive attitudeStrong time management and organisational skillsProfessional verbal and written communication skillsNext Steps: If this sounds like you, please click APPLY NOW. Otherwise, for a confidential discussion please email vivienne.baez@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.
      Your New Company:Our client is a well established Construction company that specialises in new build and responsive maintenance work. With over 45 employees, this company is vastly growing due to their high success rate with their clients. They are looking for a new Maintenance Project Coordinator to join their close knit and supportive team to deliver outstanding service.Your Main Duties: As a Maintenance Project Coordinator, you will be working in a team and also working autonomously. Your day to day responsibilities will include:Receive work orders and assign subcontractors Liaise with clients and contractors to ensure jobs are completed Raise purchase orders and process invoicesAnswering phone calls and responding to emails Meeting KPI targetsGeneral ad hoc duties as requiredBenefits to You: Multiple roles available with an immediate startAttractive bonus scheme based on performance Work from home option available Work with a friendly and experienced team Be mentored by an expert in the field Parking on siteAbout You: Previous customer service, call centre, reception, administration, project administration or scheduling experience High attention to detail and a proactive attitudeStrong time management and organisational skillsProfessional verbal and written communication skillsNext Steps: If this sounds like you, please click APPLY NOW. Otherwise, for a confidential discussion please email vivienne.baez@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$40.00 - AU$44.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      Are you looking for an exciting contract opportunity to keep you busy until summer?Do you enjoy giving strategic claims advice to large corporate clients and brokers?If YES, then we have an exciting six-month contract with a renowned global firm for you!We are looking for two dynamic senior claims advisors in Melbourne! In this new role, you will:Look after a portfolio of claims in Property & Liability.Provide strategic claims advice to top ASX clients on issues around complex catastrophic claims, workers comp issues, etc.Work closely with multiple legal, products, and claims teams. You must have:Strong experience in commercial insurance or Workers' compensation. Experience working with c-suiteExcellent written and verbal communication skillsOpen to learn Critical thinkerAn insurance broker/consulting background is not necessary but idealTier 1 compliant Benefits:$44/hour + SuperWork as part of a large well known organisation Manage your own portfolio of claims Opportunity to progress and develop across the business Hybrid working arrangements Office based in Melbourne CBD If you believe you are the perfect fit for this role, then I would love to hear from you. Please reach out to me, anastasia.cheruvelil@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.
      Are you looking for an exciting contract opportunity to keep you busy until summer?Do you enjoy giving strategic claims advice to large corporate clients and brokers?If YES, then we have an exciting six-month contract with a renowned global firm for you!We are looking for two dynamic senior claims advisors in Melbourne! In this new role, you will:Look after a portfolio of claims in Property & Liability.Provide strategic claims advice to top ASX clients on issues around complex catastrophic claims, workers comp issues, etc.Work closely with multiple legal, products, and claims teams. You must have:Strong experience in commercial insurance or Workers' compensation. Experience working with c-suiteExcellent written and verbal communication skillsOpen to learn Critical thinkerAn insurance broker/consulting background is not necessary but idealTier 1 compliant Benefits:$44/hour + SuperWork as part of a large well known organisation Manage your own portfolio of claims Opportunity to progress and develop across the business Hybrid working arrangements Office based in Melbourne CBD If you believe you are the perfect fit for this role, then I would love to hear from you. Please reach out to me, anastasia.cheruvelil@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$36.00 - AU$42.00, per hour, Plus Super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple Administration Support Coordinators to work within a busy Government Agency. This will require a high level of administrative skills, good communication, and ability to work in a fast paced environment.About the roleWe are currently seeking multiple Administration Support Coordinators - in this role, you will be required to:Provide counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiriesManaging email inbox, calendars, appointments and telephone enquiriesCoordinating appointments and ensuring all facilities are accessible for participantsCoordinating and organising internal and external meetingsData entryReceiving and recording complaints and other feedbackRecording information provided by participants in a database regarding changes or issues with participant plans and ensuring follow up is completedOrganise and manage office purchasing and property supportSkills and ExperienceProven experience working in industries such as mental health, disability support or aged care are well regardedExperience with Support and coordination of care plansAble to work independently and autonomouslyHigh level of administrative experienceWorks towards goals and team valuesWork in an efficient and professional mannerBenefitsWork in a supportive and inclusive environmentAbove average hourly remunerationSecurity of a long term contractDiscounts 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 Katie Finch on (Katie.Finch@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 Administration Support Coordinators to work within a busy Government Agency. This will require a high level of administrative skills, good communication, and ability to work in a fast paced environment.About the roleWe are currently seeking multiple Administration Support Coordinators - in this role, you will be required to:Provide counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiriesManaging email inbox, calendars, appointments and telephone enquiriesCoordinating appointments and ensuring all facilities are accessible for participantsCoordinating and organising internal and external meetingsData entryReceiving and recording complaints and other feedbackRecording information provided by participants in a database regarding changes or issues with participant plans and ensuring follow up is completedOrganise and manage office purchasing and property supportSkills and ExperienceProven experience working in industries such as mental health, disability support or aged care are well regardedExperience with Support and coordination of care plansAble to work independently and autonomouslyHigh level of administrative experienceWorks towards goals and team valuesWork in an efficient and professional mannerBenefitsWork in a supportive and inclusive environmentAbove average hourly remunerationSecurity of a long term contractDiscounts 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 Katie Finch on (Katie.Finch@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
      • 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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Legal AssistantNewcastle Full time Permanent Role Personal Injury Your new employerRandstad has partnered with a well respected Newcastle based mid tier law firm who prides themselves in providing their clients with the highest level of service, skill and legal expertise across property, commercial, litigation and dispute resolution, employment, industrial relations and plaintiff personal injury law. Their clients include a broad cross-section of corporate, government,not for profit, SME and personal clients.Established more than 120 years ago, our client is a continuously evolving modern firm with a strong focus on training and development, career opportunities, providing excellent resources and support, social and sporting activities and staff benefits. Do you want to join an enthusiastic, motivated and caring team? This may be the perfect opportunity for you!What will you be responsible for?As a Legal Assistant in the Personal Injury team, you will be supporting an Associate and SeniorAssociate, providing a variety of legal and administrative work, across matters relating to workers compensation, work injury, damages (WID), motor vehicle accidents (MVA) and public liability to name a few.This involves producing and preparing correspondence and court documents, photocopying, data entry, filing and collating documents. Direct liaison with clients, diary management, coordinating meetings and travel arrangements and general legal admin support for the team as required.About you:Minimum 2 years’ experience within Personal Injury Law Thrive in a busy, dynamic environmentExceptional customer service The ability to maintain confidentiality and handle matters with sensitivityAttention to detail Strong organisational and file management skills Tech savvyThe ability to work both independently and as part of a teamHow to apply:If this sounds like you, please click on apply or email your resume to elyse.connor@randstad.com.au. Alternatively you can call us on 02 40327350 for more information and 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.
      Legal AssistantNewcastle Full time Permanent Role Personal Injury Your new employerRandstad has partnered with a well respected Newcastle based mid tier law firm who prides themselves in providing their clients with the highest level of service, skill and legal expertise across property, commercial, litigation and dispute resolution, employment, industrial relations and plaintiff personal injury law. Their clients include a broad cross-section of corporate, government,not for profit, SME and personal clients.Established more than 120 years ago, our client is a continuously evolving modern firm with a strong focus on training and development, career opportunities, providing excellent resources and support, social and sporting activities and staff benefits. Do you want to join an enthusiastic, motivated and caring team? This may be the perfect opportunity for you!What will you be responsible for?As a Legal Assistant in the Personal Injury team, you will be supporting an Associate and SeniorAssociate, providing a variety of legal and administrative work, across matters relating to workers compensation, work injury, damages (WID), motor vehicle accidents (MVA) and public liability to name a few.This involves producing and preparing correspondence and court documents, photocopying, data entry, filing and collating documents. Direct liaison with clients, diary management, coordinating meetings and travel arrangements and general legal admin support for the team as required.About you:Minimum 2 years’ experience within Personal Injury Law Thrive in a busy, dynamic environmentExceptional customer service The ability to maintain confidentiality and handle matters with sensitivityAttention to detail Strong organisational and file management skills Tech savvyThe ability to work both independently and as part of a teamHow to apply:If this sounds like you, please click on apply or email your resume to elyse.connor@randstad.com.au. Alternatively you can call us on 02 40327350 for more information and 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
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are currently seeking a standout client services officer to join a leading provider in the banking and finance industry on a permanent full time basis. About your roleYou will have a passion for the financial industry, while ensuring you drive an outstanding experience to all customers and clients while delivering accurately on the products and services. You will be working in a large contact centre environment servicing clients across Australia and New Zealand, taking inbound calls with high attention to detail. You will thrive within the corporate world with a focus on providing the best experience to the customers of our client via the phone, chat and emails. Understanding the customer’s situation, resolving their concerns and overcoming objections. Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:Answering inbound call, assisting with enquiries from business to business and business to consumer clientsYou will be responsible for driving customer outcomes across the business, ensuring customers get value from products and services offered.Be an advocate for the brand and increase customer satisfaction across all their channels.Perform workflow system and administrative updatesBuild rapport and valuable relationships within a businessAbility to deal with complexity and many unknowns in a decision process About you: 1+ years of customer service experience in a call centre, retail or hospitality environmentExposure to property, banking, insurance industry preferred but not essentialMust be an effective communicator, to articulate complex processes in a simple mannerYou must be enthusiastic and have a genuine passion for helping customersThe ability to work autonomously to make your own judgment, but also be a team player and thrive in a collaborative environment.Adaptable to learn new systems with speed and the ability to multitask Applications If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Tejal Chhanabhai and click 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.
      Randstad are currently seeking a standout client services officer to join a leading provider in the banking and finance industry on a permanent full time basis. About your roleYou will have a passion for the financial industry, while ensuring you drive an outstanding experience to all customers and clients while delivering accurately on the products and services. You will be working in a large contact centre environment servicing clients across Australia and New Zealand, taking inbound calls with high attention to detail. You will thrive within the corporate world with a focus on providing the best experience to the customers of our client via the phone, chat and emails. Understanding the customer’s situation, resolving their concerns and overcoming objections. Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:Answering inbound call, assisting with enquiries from business to business and business to consumer clientsYou will be responsible for driving customer outcomes across the business, ensuring customers get value from products and services offered.Be an advocate for the brand and increase customer satisfaction across all their channels.Perform workflow system and administrative updatesBuild rapport and valuable relationships within a businessAbility to deal with complexity and many unknowns in a decision process About you: 1+ years of customer service experience in a call centre, retail or hospitality environmentExposure to property, banking, insurance industry preferred but not essentialMust be an effective communicator, to articulate complex processes in a simple mannerYou must be enthusiastic and have a genuine passion for helping customersThe ability to work autonomously to make your own judgment, but also be a team player and thrive in a collaborative environment.Adaptable to learn new systems with speed and the ability to multitask Applications If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Tejal Chhanabhai and click 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
      • AU$60,000 - AU$75,000 per year
      • full-time
      Exciting opportunities available for stand-out Accounts Administrator/ Account Receivable/Credit Control experts looking to take their career to the next level. We are looking for an experienced accounts and administration all rounder to become an integral and valued member of our team on a full time basis. Temp and Permanent opportunities availableLocation: Tonsley and MarlestonPosition: Full time, Monday - Friday ResponsibilitiesAssistance with administration as requiredMonitoring and actioning shared email inboxes as requiredAssisting account managers with preparation of customer reports as requiredUnderstanding of end of month proceduresMonitoring of field staff purchasing expenditure and job cost resolutionEnd-to-end accounts receivable and payableAccounts Receivable invoices including collating of necessary supporting documentation in a timely mannerEnsuring accurate allocations to jobs and GL accountsPurchase ordersAssisting with collation of timesheets and entries into job management softwareAssist FD with reconciliations of timesheet hours and payroll hoursMaintaining and auditing the existing Personal Property Security Register (PPSR).Processing customer credit applications and conducting credit checks, in accordance with our policy.Debt collection via telephone, e-mail or mail and/or send bill reminders.Maintain AR inbox by actioning customer emails, queries, notes etcDaily banking, bank allocations and reconciliations of customer accounts.Ensuring all month-end close tasks are completed by cut off dates. Skills and Experience:Relevant recent experience in a similar role for a minimum of 3 yearsEnd to end accounts receivable and payablePreparation of BAS and financial reporting Payroll administration experience, End to end will be a BONUS!XERO, EXO and MYOB software experience is desirableAbility to work in a fast paced environment with conflicting prioritiesA natural problem solver with forward thinking skillsExcellent time management skillsStrong MS Office skillsHigh work ethicTeam player and the desire to contribute to the teamThe ability to complete tasks effectively and on timeExperience using cloud based softwareApplications:Due to the high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for phone screening. Please apply with a CV in word format. Any queries please contact Chanel Hirons via email on chanel.hirons@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8010 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.
      Exciting opportunities available for stand-out Accounts Administrator/ Account Receivable/Credit Control experts looking to take their career to the next level. We are looking for an experienced accounts and administration all rounder to become an integral and valued member of our team on a full time basis. Temp and Permanent opportunities availableLocation: Tonsley and MarlestonPosition: Full time, Monday - Friday ResponsibilitiesAssistance with administration as requiredMonitoring and actioning shared email inboxes as requiredAssisting account managers with preparation of customer reports as requiredUnderstanding of end of month proceduresMonitoring of field staff purchasing expenditure and job cost resolutionEnd-to-end accounts receivable and payableAccounts Receivable invoices including collating of necessary supporting documentation in a timely mannerEnsuring accurate allocations to jobs and GL accountsPurchase ordersAssisting with collation of timesheets and entries into job management softwareAssist FD with reconciliations of timesheet hours and payroll hoursMaintaining and auditing the existing Personal Property Security Register (PPSR).Processing customer credit applications and conducting credit checks, in accordance with our policy.Debt collection via telephone, e-mail or mail and/or send bill reminders.Maintain AR inbox by actioning customer emails, queries, notes etcDaily banking, bank allocations and reconciliations of customer accounts.Ensuring all month-end close tasks are completed by cut off dates. Skills and Experience:Relevant recent experience in a similar role for a minimum of 3 yearsEnd to end accounts receivable and payablePreparation of BAS and financial reporting Payroll administration experience, End to end will be a BONUS!XERO, EXO and MYOB software experience is desirableAbility to work in a fast paced environment with conflicting prioritiesA natural problem solver with forward thinking skillsExcellent time management skillsStrong MS Office skillsHigh work ethicTeam player and the desire to contribute to the teamThe ability to complete tasks effectively and on timeExperience using cloud based softwareApplications:Due to the high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for phone screening. Please apply with a CV in word format. Any queries please contact Chanel Hirons via email on chanel.hirons@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8010 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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000 per year
      • full-time
      We are currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Finance Officer to join a rapidly growing family runned corporate business in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. This role involves assisting with accounts payable and receivable functions for the Group including the business & retail parks, and not-for-profit entities. Position: Finance Officer Full time permanent positionAttractive annual salary ($75k-$80k Inclusive of super)The Finance Officer must have an understanding of the relationship of sub-ledger to General Ledger, and be proficient in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel and Outlook.Qualification: Minimum of 1 year experienceThe primary focus of this role will be to:Accounts Payable (AP)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Payable, ensure that AP processes are completed efficiently and as accurately as possible, including:• Processing large volumes of supplier invoices in the system.• Ensuring payments to suppliers are made within the timeframes as set by company policy and the Finance Manager.• Accurately reconcile vendor statements to ensure all invoices are processed. • As directed, complete the end of month reconciliation between the general ledger and the AP aged trial balance.• Assist with the monthly processing of corporate credit card expenditure for all entities.Accounts Receivable (AR)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Receivable, assistance with AR related tasks, including:• Raise AR invoices to customers.• Accurate and efficient processing of AR invoices to customers, including promptly responding to customer queries.• Daily imports and exports between Sage (accounting system) and CMS (property system).Other Duties • Share in delivery of cheque and cash receipts to the nearest bank branch, as required.• Provide backup on preparation of daily bank reconciliations. • Fortnightly & ad hoc Reception relief as requested by Manager, Human Resources.• Any other ad-hoc tasks as directed by the Management Team. On occasions, acting as a back-up for:• Monthly reconciliation• Report monthly to management on the status of outstanding debts.• Monthly reconciliation of AR sub-ledgers to general ledgers• Receipting of bank deposits into the AR sub-ledger.• Produce daily Advam (banking transactional data) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records checkShould be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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.
      We are currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Finance Officer to join a rapidly growing family runned corporate business in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. This role involves assisting with accounts payable and receivable functions for the Group including the business & retail parks, and not-for-profit entities. Position: Finance Officer Full time permanent positionAttractive annual salary ($75k-$80k Inclusive of super)The Finance Officer must have an understanding of the relationship of sub-ledger to General Ledger, and be proficient in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel and Outlook.Qualification: Minimum of 1 year experienceThe primary focus of this role will be to:Accounts Payable (AP)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Payable, ensure that AP processes are completed efficiently and as accurately as possible, including:• Processing large volumes of supplier invoices in the system.• Ensuring payments to suppliers are made within the timeframes as set by company policy and the Finance Manager.• Accurately reconcile vendor statements to ensure all invoices are processed. • As directed, complete the end of month reconciliation between the general ledger and the AP aged trial balance.• Assist with the monthly processing of corporate credit card expenditure for all entities.Accounts Receivable (AR)With direction from the Finance Officer – Accounts Receivable, assistance with AR related tasks, including:• Raise AR invoices to customers.• Accurate and efficient processing of AR invoices to customers, including promptly responding to customer queries.• Daily imports and exports between Sage (accounting system) and CMS (property system).Other Duties • Share in delivery of cheque and cash receipts to the nearest bank branch, as required.• Provide backup on preparation of daily bank reconciliations. • Fortnightly & ad hoc Reception relief as requested by Manager, Human Resources.• Any other ad-hoc tasks as directed by the Management Team. On occasions, acting as a back-up for:• Monthly reconciliation• Report monthly to management on the status of outstanding debts.• Monthly reconciliation of AR sub-ledgers to general ledgers• Receipting of bank deposits into the AR sub-ledger.• Produce daily Advam (banking transactional data) Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records checkShould be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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.
      • albury, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$85,000 - AU$90,000, per year, + super + fully maintained vehicle
      • full-time
      My client who is an Australian owned pet cremation and funeral services and has been in business nationally across Australia since 1984. From Premium aftercare pet services through to simpler cost conscious pet cremation services. They are looking for a Relationship Manager to join their team of 12. This role will be looking after Albury/ Wodonga area. Duties: Customer ServiceDevelop and maintain a high level of customer service delivery with Veterinary Owners and Practice Managers to develop and promote the business as requiredOversee and manage the induction of new veterinary clinicsCommunicate the various services and products available to Vet Owners and Practice ManagersRegular updating and training of vet staff in our servicesDemonstrate effective, clear communication skills with compassionate yet professional temperament, with the ability to communicate at all levels with both internal and external clients.Proactively identify and convert new business opportunities. New opportunities for growth within existing clients should also be maximisedMaintain extensive knowledge of day to day market developments and products and services. Monitor the market, industry developments, competition, and competitive issuesDemonstrate efforts to work towards a culture of continuous improvement and ongoing organisation developmentInteract closely with the National Relationship Manager providing competitive intelligence and contribute to the formulation of strategies to protect and grow market shareInvestigate and manage client complaints and expectations whilst working towards satisfactory resolutions for both the client and the company as requiredAttend relevant industry conferences and expos aligned to the company’s strategic planningAttend team and company meetings as requiredTake personal responsibility for upholding standards relating to presentation, property, hygiene, including prompt reporting of loss, damage, or maintenance needsTaking responsibility of reporting hazards and risks that may cause harm or injury, and adhering to WH&S policies and proceduresOther duties as required aligned to the role’s operational requirements AdministrationActively work towards meeting sales targets in line with budgetsDevelop and prepare reports as required including ongoing diligent use of any CRM implemented by the companyOversee the accuracy and maintenance of data information within the systems within a timely manner (i.e. pet tracker)General administrative duties as required About you:Experience selling 2-3 years Preferably some experience in sales - hospitals, veterinary clinics, doctors or experice selling medical devices or pharmaceutical sales Good written and verbal communication skills Full Australian driving licenceIf you think you would be a good fit for this role please reach out to emily.franklin@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.
      My client who is an Australian owned pet cremation and funeral services and has been in business nationally across Australia since 1984. From Premium aftercare pet services through to simpler cost conscious pet cremation services. They are looking for a Relationship Manager to join their team of 12. This role will be looking after Albury/ Wodonga area. Duties: Customer ServiceDevelop and maintain a high level of customer service delivery with Veterinary Owners and Practice Managers to develop and promote the business as requiredOversee and manage the induction of new veterinary clinicsCommunicate the various services and products available to Vet Owners and Practice ManagersRegular updating and training of vet staff in our servicesDemonstrate effective, clear communication skills with compassionate yet professional temperament, with the ability to communicate at all levels with both internal and external clients.Proactively identify and convert new business opportunities. New opportunities for growth within existing clients should also be maximisedMaintain extensive knowledge of day to day market developments and products and services. Monitor the market, industry developments, competition, and competitive issuesDemonstrate efforts to work towards a culture of continuous improvement and ongoing organisation developmentInteract closely with the National Relationship Manager providing competitive intelligence and contribute to the formulation of strategies to protect and grow market shareInvestigate and manage client complaints and expectations whilst working towards satisfactory resolutions for both the client and the company as requiredAttend relevant industry conferences and expos aligned to the company’s strategic planningAttend team and company meetings as requiredTake personal responsibility for upholding standards relating to presentation, property, hygiene, including prompt reporting of loss, damage, or maintenance needsTaking responsibility of reporting hazards and risks that may cause harm or injury, and adhering to WH&S policies and proceduresOther duties as required aligned to the role’s operational requirements AdministrationActively work towards meeting sales targets in line with budgetsDevelop and prepare reports as required including ongoing diligent use of any CRM implemented by the companyOversee the accuracy and maintenance of data information within the systems within a timely manner (i.e. pet tracker)General administrative duties as required About you:Experience selling 2-3 years Preferably some experience in sales - hospitals, veterinary clinics, doctors or experice selling medical devices or pharmaceutical sales Good written and verbal communication skills Full Australian driving licenceIf you think you would be a good fit for this role please reach out to emily.franklin@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$150,000, per year, career development
      • full-time
      *** This position is only for Australian Permanent Residents***We are currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Senior Finance Manager to join a rapidly growing, one of Canberra's largest private organisations in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. Position: Senior Finance ManagerFull time permanent positionAttractive annual salary (130-150k Inclusive of super) Salary can be negotiated over management and BIG4 experienceReports to: Group Finance ManagerQualification: Minimum 5 Year's experience and CA / CPA (Must)The primary focus of this role will be to: Developing effective relationships with all internal stakeholders and supporting their need for financial information to assist their business decisions and business management.Responsible for the management of accounts payable and accounts receivable finance officers for various group entities.Review monthly management reports, budgets, and associated reports for various group entities.Review monthly management reports and provide commentary on the Aviation business.Assist the Group Finance Manager with the preparation of the company board reports and Family board reports.Update the 20-year financial model to ensure the annual enterprise valuation can be completed and submitted to the banks in the required timeframe.Support the Head of Aviation with commercial analysis, price modeling, and feasibility modeling for negotiations with Airlines and Aviation customers and tenants.Coordinate and manage the following valuations: o Year end investment property valuation o asset valuation – typically every 3 years o land valuation – typically every 3 yearsManage the preparation of annual and half yearly financial reports, and other annual reports requiring audit certification for review by the Group Finance Manager for several entities within the organization.Drive further Development of the accounting systems and reporting to provide meaningful information to the various managers, groups/departments throughout the company.Proactively review systems, processes and responsibilities of the team, driving continual improvement and efficiency's wherever possible. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:Supervision and professional development of up to 6 staff members with respect to the duties and responsibilities.Annual Performance Reviews as well as 1/3/6-month reviews for all new staff throughout the probation period of their employment.Develop, grow and lead the accounting team through positive, approachable and encouraging leadership. Provide advice, guidance and direction where necessary on accounting, efficiency and process improvements to enhance the customer service experience for both internal and external stakeholders.Live and lead by the company values as a role model to the team, build solid and positive relationships internally and externally.Any other ad hoc tasks as directed by the Senior Management Team.BIG4 experience is highly valued for this role. Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check(should be a permanent Resident)Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for a detailed confidential discussion and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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 position is only for Australian Permanent Residents***We are currently seeking an experienced, and thorough Senior Finance Manager to join a rapidly growing, one of Canberra's largest private organisations in Canberra, who has a 20+ years of base in ACT. They have a number of associated entities that work under the same umbrella. Position: Senior Finance ManagerFull time permanent positionAttractive annual salary (130-150k Inclusive of super) Salary can be negotiated over management and BIG4 experienceReports to: Group Finance ManagerQualification: Minimum 5 Year's experience and CA / CPA (Must)The primary focus of this role will be to: Developing effective relationships with all internal stakeholders and supporting their need for financial information to assist their business decisions and business management.Responsible for the management of accounts payable and accounts receivable finance officers for various group entities.Review monthly management reports, budgets, and associated reports for various group entities.Review monthly management reports and provide commentary on the Aviation business.Assist the Group Finance Manager with the preparation of the company board reports and Family board reports.Update the 20-year financial model to ensure the annual enterprise valuation can be completed and submitted to the banks in the required timeframe.Support the Head of Aviation with commercial analysis, price modeling, and feasibility modeling for negotiations with Airlines and Aviation customers and tenants.Coordinate and manage the following valuations: o Year end investment property valuation o asset valuation – typically every 3 years o land valuation – typically every 3 yearsManage the preparation of annual and half yearly financial reports, and other annual reports requiring audit certification for review by the Group Finance Manager for several entities within the organization.Drive further Development of the accounting systems and reporting to provide meaningful information to the various managers, groups/departments throughout the company.Proactively review systems, processes and responsibilities of the team, driving continual improvement and efficiency's wherever possible. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:Supervision and professional development of up to 6 staff members with respect to the duties and responsibilities.Annual Performance Reviews as well as 1/3/6-month reviews for all new staff throughout the probation period of their employment.Develop, grow and lead the accounting team through positive, approachable and encouraging leadership. Provide advice, guidance and direction where necessary on accounting, efficiency and process improvements to enhance the customer service experience for both internal and external stakeholders.Live and lead by the company values as a role model to the team, build solid and positive relationships internally and externally.Any other ad hoc tasks as directed by the Senior Management Team.BIG4 experience is highly valued for this role. Other Requirements:Able to achieve a police records check(should be a permanent Resident)Should be Double Vaccinated If this sounds like you please hit Apply or call Mishal at 61323802 for a detailed confidential discussion and we will take you to the further steps ahead. 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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