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      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$46.00 - AU$53.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for a high level Executive Assistant to support a senior executive in State Government. You will be a great multitasker, have excellent attention to detail and obtain a high level of confidentiality. $46-53 per hour + Superannuation (dependent on experience)Full Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayState Government opportunityAbout the roleWe are currently seeking an organised, positive and fast paced Executive Assistant who has exceptional organisational and time management skills and is readily available for their next challenge. You will be responsible for:Complex diary management for a senior executive Meeting minutes and high level administration duties Liaising with stakeholders Manage correspondence and liaising with officer's in the Department to coordinate high quality responses.Manage competing demands, using high level organisational skills, with an ability to multitask, and juggle priorities whilst considering future business needs.Work autonomously under limited direction, whilst also being able to contribute to the Department to achieve required outcomes.Skills and ExperienceProficient computing skills and use of applications within Microsoft/MS Office Suite Demonstrated experience in providing executive support services to a senior executive in a fast paced environment with changing priorities.Previous experience within the public sector is highly regardedAbility to multitask with a high level of attention to detail Tech savvy Current National Police CheckProfessional communication approach, holding a high standard of written and verbal communication styles. Maintaining a high level of attention to detail and confidentiality.Benefits:Opportunity for a long term contract for the right candidate Excellent workplace culture Great above award hourly rate Prominent CBD locationHow to ApplyClick APPLY or contact Kelly Stephen (kelly.stephen@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently recruiting for a high level Executive Assistant to support a senior executive in State Government. You will be a great multitasker, have excellent attention to detail and obtain a high level of confidentiality. $46-53 per hour + Superannuation (dependent on experience)Full Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayState Government opportunityAbout the roleWe are currently seeking an organised, positive and fast paced Executive Assistant who has exceptional organisational and time management skills and is readily available for their next challenge. You will be responsible for:Complex diary management for a senior executive Meeting minutes and high level administration duties Liaising with stakeholders Manage correspondence and liaising with officer's in the Department to coordinate high quality responses.Manage competing demands, using high level organisational skills, with an ability to multitask, and juggle priorities whilst considering future business needs.Work autonomously under limited direction, whilst also being able to contribute to the Department to achieve required outcomes.Skills and ExperienceProficient computing skills and use of applications within Microsoft/MS Office Suite Demonstrated experience in providing executive support services to a senior executive in a fast paced environment with changing priorities.Previous experience within the public sector is highly regardedAbility to multitask with a high level of attention to detail Tech savvy Current National Police CheckProfessional communication approach, holding a high standard of written and verbal communication styles. Maintaining a high level of attention to detail and confidentiality.Benefits:Opportunity for a long term contract for the right candidate Excellent workplace culture Great above award hourly rate Prominent CBD locationHow to ApplyClick APPLY or contact Kelly Stephen (kelly.stephen@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$650 - AU$900 per day
      • full-time
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced Procurement Specialist to join a reputable Public Sector agency based in Sydney.Responsibilities:Engage in procurement activities within Construction/Infrastructure including the full life cycle of procurement across scopes of work, RFQ's and contract managementRequests for quotes and proposalsUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirableEngage with multiple suppliers, stakeholders and business unitsEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationships Essential requirements3 + years experience working in Procurement, preferably in construction/infrastructure spaceUnderstanding of NSW Government Procurement Framework is highly desirable Experience in working within an team environment and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.How to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@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.
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced Procurement Specialist to join a reputable Public Sector agency based in Sydney.Responsibilities:Engage in procurement activities within Construction/Infrastructure including the full life cycle of procurement across scopes of work, RFQ's and contract managementRequests for quotes and proposalsUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirableEngage with multiple suppliers, stakeholders and business unitsEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationships Essential requirements3 + years experience working in Procurement, preferably in construction/infrastructure spaceUnderstanding of NSW Government Procurement Framework is highly desirable Experience in working within an team environment and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.How to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@randstad.com.au.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad is seeking experienced and professional scribes to partner with our clients across bulk, graduate and individual government recruitment processes. In addition to experience with recruitment rounds and a solid understanding of merit-based selection criteria and legislative requirements, our Scribes are in demand for their:Superior written and verbal communication skillsUncompromising attention to detailExperience with public sector report writingAbility to identify key points and summarise statementsThe ability to motivate yourself and work autonomously; andExceptional time management skills and the ability to work to deadlinePrevious Government scribe work is preferable Tasks will vary pending the assignment, but may include:Attending and scribing for interview panels in person or virtualTaking detailed notes and producing quality selection reportsGuiding and supporting selection panelsFacilitating applicants and panel members through recruitment roundsActing as an independent panel memberIf you have the relevant skills and experience and are seeking Scribe work, please ensure you send your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or 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 is seeking experienced and professional scribes to partner with our clients across bulk, graduate and individual government recruitment processes. In addition to experience with recruitment rounds and a solid understanding of merit-based selection criteria and legislative requirements, our Scribes are in demand for their:Superior written and verbal communication skillsUncompromising attention to detailExperience with public sector report writingAbility to identify key points and summarise statementsThe ability to motivate yourself and work autonomously; andExceptional time management skills and the ability to work to deadlinePrevious Government scribe work is preferable Tasks will vary pending the assignment, but may include:Attending and scribing for interview panels in person or virtualTaking detailed notes and producing quality selection reportsGuiding and supporting selection panelsFacilitating applicants and panel members through recruitment roundsActing as an independent panel memberIf you have the relevant skills and experience and are seeking Scribe work, please ensure you send your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or 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.
      • brisbane cbd, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$67.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      YOUR NEW ORGANISATIONThis organisation in the Public Sector is looking for a Senior Workplace Health & Safety Advisor to join their team. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced WH&S professional with prior public sector experience to start a new role within this supportive and growing team!YOUR NEW DUTIESBe the point of contact for WH&S mattersCover safety, wellness, Return to WorkManaging complex injuriesPreventing vicarious traumaDevelop wellness programCoordinate WH&S committeeEnsure Covid Safe protocols are up to standardMonitor safety of physical spaceDraft safety policies, procedures and formsReporting & AnalysisMaintain compliance measuresFacilitate safety trainingWHAT YOU ARE / YOUR SKILLSETWH&S experience in the public sectorRelevant Qualifications/CertificatesProven ability to build positive relationships with stakeholdersExpertise with Government HRIS to hit the ground runningFully vaccinated against COVID-19WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?$67-$80/hr + super depending on your level of experienceMid July Start - this is flexible for the right candidateFull Time 12 Month contractWork in a growing government agencyLocated in Brisbane CBD with flexible work optionsSupportive team environmentIf this SOUNDS LIKE YOU, please APPLY NOW through the link below to commence your new role in WH&S within the government, confidential enquiries to Connie Li 0476 010 726.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.
      YOUR NEW ORGANISATIONThis organisation in the Public Sector is looking for a Senior Workplace Health & Safety Advisor to join their team. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced WH&S professional with prior public sector experience to start a new role within this supportive and growing team!YOUR NEW DUTIESBe the point of contact for WH&S mattersCover safety, wellness, Return to WorkManaging complex injuriesPreventing vicarious traumaDevelop wellness programCoordinate WH&S committeeEnsure Covid Safe protocols are up to standardMonitor safety of physical spaceDraft safety policies, procedures and formsReporting & AnalysisMaintain compliance measuresFacilitate safety trainingWHAT YOU ARE / YOUR SKILLSETWH&S experience in the public sectorRelevant Qualifications/CertificatesProven ability to build positive relationships with stakeholdersExpertise with Government HRIS to hit the ground runningFully vaccinated against COVID-19WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?$67-$80/hr + super depending on your level of experienceMid July Start - this is flexible for the right candidateFull Time 12 Month contractWork in a growing government agencyLocated in Brisbane CBD with flexible work optionsSupportive team environmentIf this SOUNDS LIKE YOU, please APPLY NOW through the link below to commence your new role in WH&S within the government, confidential enquiries to Connie Li 0476 010 726.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$34.60 - AU$34.60, per hour, plus super
      • full-time
      Join a State Government entity on a 3 months contract and grow your customer service skills by providing information, advice and support to customers in relation to Gaming and Liquor licensing and regulations. Key accountabilities:First point of contact for customers handling inbound callsIssue written correspondences and provide accurate information to emails queriesResponding to customer needs in a professional and timely mannerAchieve a high level of customer satisfaction through first contact resolutionMeeting deadlines, required outcomes and performance expectations Ensure the integrity, protection and compliance of information and customer data Key selection criterias:Previous call centre or customer service experience Excellent communication skills, verbal and writtenStrong attention to details and understanding of data privacy and securityAbility to work with KPIsSuccessful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.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.
      Join a State Government entity on a 3 months contract and grow your customer service skills by providing information, advice and support to customers in relation to Gaming and Liquor licensing and regulations. Key accountabilities:First point of contact for customers handling inbound callsIssue written correspondences and provide accurate information to emails queriesResponding to customer needs in a professional and timely mannerAchieve a high level of customer satisfaction through first contact resolutionMeeting deadlines, required outcomes and performance expectations Ensure the integrity, protection and compliance of information and customer data Key selection criterias:Previous call centre or customer service experience Excellent communication skills, verbal and writtenStrong attention to details and understanding of data privacy and securityAbility to work with KPIsSuccessful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      The role: The APS3 Participant Support Officer is a team membership position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing work flow for their role and producing work that is subject to regular monitoring. The position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities.The position may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.Multiple locations: EppingSunshine BerwickFrankstonBentleigh Melton Key responsibilities: Managing and resolving participant matters by actioning planning tasks. Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries in the self-help kiosks and online support.Resolving customer enquiries, providing information and/or referring customers to appropriate government or community services.Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of Agency office facilities and ensuring facilities are accessible for participants.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence.Undertaking a range of data entry activities and ensuring follow up is completed.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the internal Business systems.To be successful in this role, you must:Deliver an effective customer service and provide quality accurate and consistent advice.Knowledge of a range of work practices and procedures with an element of complexity and the operation ofassociated equipment and tools.Undergo a Baseline Security clearance, if successful.Obtain a Working with Children Check. How to apply?: If you have the relevant skills and experience, click APPLY NOW, or send an updated resume to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The role: The APS3 Participant Support Officer is a team membership position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing work flow for their role and producing work that is subject to regular monitoring. The position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities.The position may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.Multiple locations: EppingSunshine BerwickFrankstonBentleigh Melton Key responsibilities: Managing and resolving participant matters by actioning planning tasks. Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries in the self-help kiosks and online support.Resolving customer enquiries, providing information and/or referring customers to appropriate government or community services.Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of Agency office facilities and ensuring facilities are accessible for participants.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence.Undertaking a range of data entry activities and ensuring follow up is completed.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the internal Business systems.To be successful in this role, you must:Deliver an effective customer service and provide quality accurate and consistent advice.Knowledge of a range of work practices and procedures with an element of complexity and the operation ofassociated equipment and tools.Undergo a Baseline Security clearance, if successful.Obtain a Working with Children Check. How to apply?: If you have the relevant skills and experience, click APPLY NOW, or send an updated resume to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) Are you an experienced Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to further your knowledge and experience in managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting to the Team Leader of Civil Projects at the Council, the Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects. The Senior Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality civil infrastructure projects on deadline, within budget and to Council standards and specifications (this may include the delivery of projects such as new footpaths, drainage upgrades, sports courts and significant road projects). Communicating efficiently with and providing excellent Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects - in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework Providing specialist advice and guidance to fellow team members who undertake aspects of the project delivery; and Effectively advising and assisting in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing, and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has years of demonstrated knowledge and experience in the construction of roads, drainage and various other civil infrastructure assets.This individual will have strong project management skills, alongside sound financial and budgeting practices - including the ability to construct and manage project budget allocations. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) Are you an experienced Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to further your knowledge and experience in managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting to the Team Leader of Civil Projects at the Council, the Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects. The Senior Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality civil infrastructure projects on deadline, within budget and to Council standards and specifications (this may include the delivery of projects such as new footpaths, drainage upgrades, sports courts and significant road projects). Communicating efficiently with and providing excellent Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects - in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework Providing specialist advice and guidance to fellow team members who undertake aspects of the project delivery; and Effectively advising and assisting in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing, and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has years of demonstrated knowledge and experience in the construction of roads, drainage and various other civil infrastructure assets.This individual will have strong project management skills, alongside sound financial and budgeting practices - including the ability to construct and manage project budget allocations. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Complaints Officers work with people receiving services, their representatives and service providers to resolve concerns and make positive improvements for people receiving aged care using a range of complaint resolution techniques including early resolution, service provider resolution, conciliation and investigation.Key responsibilities: working with complainants, people receiving care and approved providers to identify concerns and develop options to achieve resolutionmanaging calls in a telephone intake setting, which can include handling difficult conversationsidentifying, escalating and managing risksensuring accurate recording of informationpreparing detailed reports, correspondence and recommendationsdeveloping positive and collaborative working relationships with team members and internal and external stakeholderscontributing to the priorities of a team and effectively managing individual caseloads.Key capabilities: demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to assess and manage risk, work within legislative requirements, make impartial recommendations and to use specialist advice when neededexcellent written communication skills including the ability to write evidence-based recommendations and reasons for decisionsstrong customer outcomes focus, confidence and resilience in liaising with internal and external stakeholders in relation to contentious matterscapacity to work in a busy environment with demonstrated skills in time management, working with competing priorities and ability to prioritise and manage a case loaddemonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively as part of a team to achieve positive outcomes and a positive workplace cultureHow to apply?:If you have the relevant skills and experience for this position, please send an updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or 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.
      Complaints Officers work with people receiving services, their representatives and service providers to resolve concerns and make positive improvements for people receiving aged care using a range of complaint resolution techniques including early resolution, service provider resolution, conciliation and investigation.Key responsibilities: working with complainants, people receiving care and approved providers to identify concerns and develop options to achieve resolutionmanaging calls in a telephone intake setting, which can include handling difficult conversationsidentifying, escalating and managing risksensuring accurate recording of informationpreparing detailed reports, correspondence and recommendationsdeveloping positive and collaborative working relationships with team members and internal and external stakeholderscontributing to the priorities of a team and effectively managing individual caseloads.Key capabilities: demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to assess and manage risk, work within legislative requirements, make impartial recommendations and to use specialist advice when neededexcellent written communication skills including the ability to write evidence-based recommendations and reasons for decisionsstrong customer outcomes focus, confidence and resilience in liaising with internal and external stakeholders in relation to contentious matterscapacity to work in a busy environment with demonstrated skills in time management, working with competing priorities and ability to prioritise and manage a case loaddemonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively as part of a team to achieve positive outcomes and a positive workplace cultureHow to apply?:If you have the relevant skills and experience for this position, please send an updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$40.00 - AU$42.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      Facilities and Administration OfficerPaying 40-42ph + SuperLocation Moore Park4 month contract with a view to extendWe are currently seeking a dedicated Facilities Administration Officer to work with a NSW Government Organisation on a high profile Venue Project, based in the Moore Park.About the RoleSupporting the Asset Facilities/Maintenance Department and will be related to tasks for maintenance/operations software and systems development. Expected duties:Data entryData transfer (raw data to spreadsheets)ProofreadingAuditing FF&E / equipment to record dataAuditing operating manuals (hard copies) for relevant dataOther general admin tasks as requiredComputer skills and knowledge of using Microsoft WORD, EXCELConfident navigating software systems and will be tasked with applying settings and refining online asset registers (guidance and training from our team and service providers)Laptop to be supplied About YouTo be successful in this role it is important that you possess the following attributes:MUST be fully vaccinatedExtensive experience providing high quality, administrative/support servicesHigh-level organisation, planning and coordination skills, including experience managing events and/or supporting committeesDemonstrated ability to work to deadlines and manage conflicting priorities in a dynamic, high-volume work environmentHigh-level communication, interpersonal and influencing skills, including a proven ability to exercise high-level judgement and deal with secret, sensitive and confidential information with tact and discretionProven initiative, flexibility and willingness to work cooperatively as part of a multidisciplinary team to ensure seamless service deliveryAdvanced computer skills, particularly word processing and presentation applicationsAt 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 and Administration OfficerPaying 40-42ph + SuperLocation Moore Park4 month contract with a view to extendWe are currently seeking a dedicated Facilities Administration Officer to work with a NSW Government Organisation on a high profile Venue Project, based in the Moore Park.About the RoleSupporting the Asset Facilities/Maintenance Department and will be related to tasks for maintenance/operations software and systems development. Expected duties:Data entryData transfer (raw data to spreadsheets)ProofreadingAuditing FF&E / equipment to record dataAuditing operating manuals (hard copies) for relevant dataOther general admin tasks as requiredComputer skills and knowledge of using Microsoft WORD, EXCELConfident navigating software systems and will be tasked with applying settings and refining online asset registers (guidance and training from our team and service providers)Laptop to be supplied About YouTo be successful in this role it is important that you possess the following attributes:MUST be fully vaccinatedExtensive experience providing high quality, administrative/support servicesHigh-level organisation, planning and coordination skills, including experience managing events and/or supporting committeesDemonstrated ability to work to deadlines and manage conflicting priorities in a dynamic, high-volume work environmentHigh-level communication, interpersonal and influencing skills, including a proven ability to exercise high-level judgement and deal with secret, sensitive and confidential information with tact and discretionProven initiative, flexibility and willingness to work cooperatively as part of a multidisciplinary team to ensure seamless service deliveryAdvanced computer skills, particularly word processing and presentation applicationsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      Opportunity to work as a Technical Business analyst on the development of a major project in the public sector. Overview Investigation, analysis, and documentation of business change needs requiring an ICT solution business requirements elicitation and documentation business process reengineeringfeasibility analysis for potential pieces of work, including costings, requirements, risk assessment, timelines, prioritisationbusiness case development for initiatives approval, funding and prioritisationcontribution to market research activities to identify candidate technology solutionsrequirements specification for tenders and other types of procurement documentationsystem requirements specification for bespoke development or product configuration Skills required:Assess business environments in order to determine strengths, weaknesses, issues, risks, and opportunities to leverage technology to mitigate issues and/or provide new capabilities to the businessAssist to identify and document the impact of change, from both a business and technical perspectiveProvide support to the architects during the identification and documentation of solution optionsSpecify requirements in the required format and level of detail to be included in tenders, or similar procurement documentation, and participating in response evaluationDevelop business models to aid the communication and understanding of the external environment, business processes, information, and solutions used in the current and target states Desired: Previous public sector experience preferred Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Opportunity to work as a Technical Business analyst on the development of a major project in the public sector. Overview Investigation, analysis, and documentation of business change needs requiring an ICT solution business requirements elicitation and documentation business process reengineeringfeasibility analysis for potential pieces of work, including costings, requirements, risk assessment, timelines, prioritisationbusiness case development for initiatives approval, funding and prioritisationcontribution to market research activities to identify candidate technology solutionsrequirements specification for tenders and other types of procurement documentationsystem requirements specification for bespoke development or product configuration Skills required:Assess business environments in order to determine strengths, weaknesses, issues, risks, and opportunities to leverage technology to mitigate issues and/or provide new capabilities to the businessAssist to identify and document the impact of change, from both a business and technical perspectiveProvide support to the architects during the identification and documentation of solution optionsSpecify requirements in the required format and level of detail to be included in tenders, or similar procurement documentation, and participating in response evaluationDevelop business models to aid the communication and understanding of the external environment, business processes, information, and solutions used in the current and target states Desired: Previous public sector experience preferred Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced Senior Buildings/Built Form Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to take your next step and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital Building Projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Building Projects Team Leader, The Senior Buildings Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The Senior Buildings Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality building construction projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications. Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework. Providing advice and guidance to team members who undertake project deliveryDelivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Building Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualification or other accredited training in Civil Engineering/ Building Construction / Project Management. Highly developed oral and written communication skills to enable effective communication with a wide variety of people from all levels and backgrounds including staff, contractors and the public. Project Management skills, sound financial and budgeting skills, including the ability to develop and manage project budget allocations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Are you an experienced Senior Buildings/Built Form Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to take your next step and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital Building Projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Building Projects Team Leader, The Senior Buildings Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The Senior Buildings Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality building construction projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications. Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework. Providing advice and guidance to team members who undertake project deliveryDelivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Building Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualification or other accredited training in Civil Engineering/ Building Construction / Project Management. Highly developed oral and written communication skills to enable effective communication with a wide variety of people from all levels and backgrounds including staff, contractors and the public. Project Management skills, sound financial and budgeting skills, including the ability to develop and manage project budget allocations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$650 - AU$700 per day
      • full-time
      About the roleCollaborate with State and Commonwealth government agencies and with local councils to coordinate, deliver and support investment attraction for a global employment centre. Reporting into the Executive Leadership Team, the Program Manager will:Ensure all projects are achieved within scope, budget and meet agreed key performance measuresOversee complex governance and reporting frameworks involving interagency representationCritically analyse and prepare high quality analyses of policy issues, including cross-portfolio and inter-governmental matters. Be given a high level of autonomy and trust to navigate project activities and issues, with the support of your management.Mentor and facilitate the growth of more junior Project Managers to contribute to your wider teams ability to deliver.Develop effective working relationships with senior stakeholders, including: NSW Public Sector, the Ministers’ Offices, private sector organisations and key external stakeholders.This role is both challenging and rewarding! If you’re looking to work on significant projects that make a real difference, we’d love to hear from you.About youYou will have:Demonstrated experience in service delivery reforms, strategic initiatives or interagency projects.The ability to establish and foster relationships with varying types of stakeholdersProficient understanding of the policy process – research, development, review and evaluation.Appropriate tertiary qualifications or equivalent, relevant professional experience and training. Applying for the roleApply by submitting a current resume and brief cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role.If you have any questions about the role please contact: Leila Maugeri, Public Sector Consultant for Policy, Project and Strategy on 0477 627 050 or leila.maugeri@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.
      About the roleCollaborate with State and Commonwealth government agencies and with local councils to coordinate, deliver and support investment attraction for a global employment centre. Reporting into the Executive Leadership Team, the Program Manager will:Ensure all projects are achieved within scope, budget and meet agreed key performance measuresOversee complex governance and reporting frameworks involving interagency representationCritically analyse and prepare high quality analyses of policy issues, including cross-portfolio and inter-governmental matters. Be given a high level of autonomy and trust to navigate project activities and issues, with the support of your management.Mentor and facilitate the growth of more junior Project Managers to contribute to your wider teams ability to deliver.Develop effective working relationships with senior stakeholders, including: NSW Public Sector, the Ministers’ Offices, private sector organisations and key external stakeholders.This role is both challenging and rewarding! If you’re looking to work on significant projects that make a real difference, we’d love to hear from you.About youYou will have:Demonstrated experience in service delivery reforms, strategic initiatives or interagency projects.The ability to establish and foster relationships with varying types of stakeholdersProficient understanding of the policy process – research, development, review and evaluation.Appropriate tertiary qualifications or equivalent, relevant professional experience and training. Applying for the roleApply by submitting a current resume and brief cover letter that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the role.If you have any questions about the role please contact: Leila Maugeri, Public Sector Consultant for Policy, Project and Strategy on 0477 627 050 or leila.maugeri@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • AU$32.00 - AU$35.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      We are opening job opportunities for keen and proactive people that want to get back into the kick of things workwise, and willing to explore and try current job opportunities within the Councils of Victoria. Hop on board and work with us to see what opportunities we can find to best suit your situation and needs.Qualifications: Qualifications in Law Enforcement/Justice related disciplines Note: Must be willing to undertake qualiification at leastExperience as Parking Enforcement RoleThe Role: Parking OfficerLocation - Areas based for All VictoriaStart Times: 7am-5pm Shifts (Mon-Sat) - must keep Sat/Sun FreeTemporary Role: 3 Months plus possibility of extension (38hrs a week)Looking for Hard working IndividualKey Responsibilities: Enforce Road acts and relevant Community Local Laws and other relevant legislation. Attend, investigate and resolve parking complaints, providing feedback to the customer. Liaise with other offficers within and externally of DepartmentsObserve and report matters impacting public safetyMaintainenance of Data with confidentiality in mindHow to be successful?Whether it be you are keen to work or have prior experience in the role, these opportunities are immediate work and a good start for your path either way. The successful candidate will need to understand and demonstrate:Top-shelf customer serviceProactive versatility when it comes to compliance and work ethic through experience and attitude - it is a requirement and adds bonus value to yourself as individuals and the Local Council that you could work for.We also value dedication, commitment, cooperation and genuinity. How to apply: If you’re interested in the following roles, please call, email or text message, and we can have a chat to discuss these immediate opportunities and work on getting you a job that best suits your current circumstances and considerations. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. If you have a cover letter - please outline the following - skills, suitability, and motivations for the role. And then get ready for a chat.If you want to contact me directly for any questions or queries that you may have, please email me at hillary.wealprasert@randstad.com.au or call 0439 195 999. 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 opening job opportunities for keen and proactive people that want to get back into the kick of things workwise, and willing to explore and try current job opportunities within the Councils of Victoria. Hop on board and work with us to see what opportunities we can find to best suit your situation and needs.Qualifications: Qualifications in Law Enforcement/Justice related disciplines Note: Must be willing to undertake qualiification at leastExperience as Parking Enforcement RoleThe Role: Parking OfficerLocation - Areas based for All VictoriaStart Times: 7am-5pm Shifts (Mon-Sat) - must keep Sat/Sun FreeTemporary Role: 3 Months plus possibility of extension (38hrs a week)Looking for Hard working IndividualKey Responsibilities: Enforce Road acts and relevant Community Local Laws and other relevant legislation. Attend, investigate and resolve parking complaints, providing feedback to the customer. Liaise with other offficers within and externally of DepartmentsObserve and report matters impacting public safetyMaintainenance of Data with confidentiality in mindHow to be successful?Whether it be you are keen to work or have prior experience in the role, these opportunities are immediate work and a good start for your path either way. The successful candidate will need to understand and demonstrate:Top-shelf customer serviceProactive versatility when it comes to compliance and work ethic through experience and attitude - it is a requirement and adds bonus value to yourself as individuals and the Local Council that you could work for.We also value dedication, commitment, cooperation and genuinity. How to apply: If you’re interested in the following roles, please call, email or text message, and we can have a chat to discuss these immediate opportunities and work on getting you a job that best suits your current circumstances and considerations. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. If you have a cover letter - please outline the following - skills, suitability, and motivations for the role. And then get ready for a chat.If you want to contact me directly for any questions or queries that you may have, please email me at hillary.wealprasert@randstad.com.au or call 0439 195 999. 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$65.00 - AU$75.00 per hour
      • full-time
      About the NSW GovernmentThe NSW Government is one of Australia's largest employers working across a number of key project and initiatives to support the state's economy, quality education, trade and investment, and well connected and healthy communities.Working in the NSW public sector provides great opportunities to contribute to the NSW community and offers flexibility in the way you work.If you want to grow your career in the public sector and see the rewards of your hard work, then we'd love to hear from you.Why should you apply?An opportunity to influence key decision makers and support NSW government agencies to realise its objectivesBe part of a constructive, collaborative and supportive team cultureBenefits such as salary sacrifice to superannuationEnjoy flexible working arrangements About YouAs the Senior Policy Officer, you will manage the development and support the implementation of a range of policy initiatives. Reporting into and working with the Principal Policy Officer, you will: Provide expert policy advice and information to relevant stakeholders to facilitate the appropriate interpretation and implementation of policiesBuild and maintain relationships with key staff and stakeholder representatives to secure their engagement and ensure effective interface on policy and program development, planning and implementationMonitor, evaluate and report on the development and/or implementation of policies to identify issues and ensure the achievement of desired outcomes.Lead, participate, and assess quantitative and qualitative research to address policy issues and inform policy development.Prepare high quality written advice in the form of reports, briefs, policy, discussion papers, or circulars to inform and respond to requests, or initiate consideration of new policy initiatives.Explore and evaluate new policy approaches in order to provide sound strategic advice on their potential for application and implementationHow to applyPlease note this is an expression of interest. If you have the experience and skills required, a dedicated NSW Government consultant will contact you to discuss the current opportunities available.For further inquires or questions, please contact Leila Maugeri on 0477 627 050 or leila.maugeri@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the NSW GovernmentThe NSW Government is one of Australia's largest employers working across a number of key project and initiatives to support the state's economy, quality education, trade and investment, and well connected and healthy communities.Working in the NSW public sector provides great opportunities to contribute to the NSW community and offers flexibility in the way you work.If you want to grow your career in the public sector and see the rewards of your hard work, then we'd love to hear from you.Why should you apply?An opportunity to influence key decision makers and support NSW government agencies to realise its objectivesBe part of a constructive, collaborative and supportive team cultureBenefits such as salary sacrifice to superannuationEnjoy flexible working arrangements About YouAs the Senior Policy Officer, you will manage the development and support the implementation of a range of policy initiatives. Reporting into and working with the Principal Policy Officer, you will: Provide expert policy advice and information to relevant stakeholders to facilitate the appropriate interpretation and implementation of policiesBuild and maintain relationships with key staff and stakeholder representatives to secure their engagement and ensure effective interface on policy and program development, planning and implementationMonitor, evaluate and report on the development and/or implementation of policies to identify issues and ensure the achievement of desired outcomes.Lead, participate, and assess quantitative and qualitative research to address policy issues and inform policy development.Prepare high quality written advice in the form of reports, briefs, policy, discussion papers, or circulars to inform and respond to requests, or initiate consideration of new policy initiatives.Explore and evaluate new policy approaches in order to provide sound strategic advice on their potential for application and implementationHow to applyPlease note this is an expression of interest. If you have the experience and skills required, a dedicated NSW Government consultant will contact you to discuss the current opportunities available.For further inquires or questions, please contact Leila Maugeri on 0477 627 050 or leila.maugeri@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$105,411 - AU$131,181, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced Team Leader across the Project Delivery Space of Civil Infrastructure Projects looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to lead a team and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Coordinator Capital Works, The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will lead a team of Engineers and Project Managers to deliver a diverse and complex suite of road and open space capital projects for the Mitchell Shire community.The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will be responsible for: Undertaking the delivery of high-quality community infrastructure projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications.Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework.Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets.Staff supervision & performance management providing accountable, competent and effective supervision of staff reporting to this role as well as constructive feedback.Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position.What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Team Leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability to lead and build a strong workplace culture within an up and coming team is essential. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or other related discipline.Demonstrated ability to lead, persuade & influence a broad range of stakeholders/clients to achieve project outcomes. Contract Management – Significant working knowledge managing, negotiating and delivering Professional Services & construction contracts. Project Management experience - developing project plans that clearly capture and define project objectives.Forward planning, programming, and inspection of major construction works, and managing Capital Works programs.Well-developed problem solving skills and ability to coordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Proficient communication skills to negotiate agreements and deal effectively with difficult situations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Are you an experienced Team Leader across the Project Delivery Space of Civil Infrastructure Projects looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to lead a team and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Coordinator Capital Works, The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will lead a team of Engineers and Project Managers to deliver a diverse and complex suite of road and open space capital projects for the Mitchell Shire community.The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will be responsible for: Undertaking the delivery of high-quality community infrastructure projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications.Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework.Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets.Staff supervision & performance management providing accountable, competent and effective supervision of staff reporting to this role as well as constructive feedback.Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position.What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Team Leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability to lead and build a strong workplace culture within an up and coming team is essential. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or other related discipline.Demonstrated ability to lead, persuade & influence a broad range of stakeholders/clients to achieve project outcomes. Contract Management – Significant working knowledge managing, negotiating and delivering Professional Services & construction contracts. Project Management experience - developing project plans that clearly capture and define project objectives.Forward planning, programming, and inspection of major construction works, and managing Capital Works programs.Well-developed problem solving skills and ability to coordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Proficient communication skills to negotiate agreements and deal effectively with difficult situations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$31.75 - AU$31.75, per hour, plus super, w-e penalty rates
      • part-time
      Join a State Government entity on a casual after hours basis (5pm to 9pm, 2 to 3 days per week) for a 3 months + contract and grow your customer service skills by tracing and recording close contact to Covid Positive cases from ESTA internal staff. Key accountabilities:Follow ESTA’s documented contact tracing process, ensuring accuracy of information obtainedand recorded, in line with relevant government compliance requirements.Interview internal stakeholders to capture and document required details and inform process,providing written responses where appropriate and communication with impacted stakeholders.Contribute to reporting internally and externally for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing andvaccination status.Build relationships and engage with internal SME’s, including the Senior Advisor – Health &Safety, Workplace Relations, EMEC’s, Health of Emergency Management Services to confirmdirections on compliance requirements and escalate appropriate information. Key selection criterias:Demonstrable experience following and documenting detailed processes and information with ahigh level of attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication, including active listening and emotional intelligence.Strong stakeholder engagements skills and ability to pivot to changing demands.Successful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.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.
      Join a State Government entity on a casual after hours basis (5pm to 9pm, 2 to 3 days per week) for a 3 months + contract and grow your customer service skills by tracing and recording close contact to Covid Positive cases from ESTA internal staff. Key accountabilities:Follow ESTA’s documented contact tracing process, ensuring accuracy of information obtainedand recorded, in line with relevant government compliance requirements.Interview internal stakeholders to capture and document required details and inform process,providing written responses where appropriate and communication with impacted stakeholders.Contribute to reporting internally and externally for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing andvaccination status.Build relationships and engage with internal SME’s, including the Senior Advisor – Health &Safety, Workplace Relations, EMEC’s, Health of Emergency Management Services to confirmdirections on compliance requirements and escalate appropriate information. Key selection criterias:Demonstrable experience following and documenting detailed processes and information with ahigh level of attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication, including active listening and emotional intelligence.Strong stakeholder engagements skills and ability to pivot to changing demands.Successful candidates will undergo a background and police checks ahead of starting.If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. If you know someone who may also be interested, please share this opportunity with them.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$30.00 - AU$31.00, per hour, Superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently partnering with a SA Government department who provides a diverse range of services to the community. These services are aimed at producing a safe and peaceful environment by the minimisation of crime and disorder. We have multiple positions for customer service and administration professionals to join their successful team commencing immediately.Pay Rate of $30.15 per hour Full Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayExcellent opportunity to gain exposure in the public sector About the roleWe are currently seeking fast paced, committed and resilient individuals who can show initiative and deliver high quality administrative support as well as customer service. You will be responsible for on a day to day basis: Answering inbound phone calls from the general public and providing a high level of customer service Providing accurate advice in line with policies and proceduresVarious administrative processing tasks Accurate record keeping/management Entering data into government databases and systems Skills and ExperienceExcellent attention to detailPrevious experience in administration, customer service or a contact centre environment Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills Positive attitude and team player Able to pass a criminal history check BenefitsGreat team environment Opportunity for long term assignments for the right candidates CBD Location Join Randstad’s community of public sector contractors and enjoy some of the many additional benefits:We offer three pay runs per week, ensuring you are always paid within the weekAccess to My Randstad portal for easy payslip and timesheet access Exclusive access to roles before we go to marketSuper salary sacrifice Ongoing support from your consultant Discounts at retailers such as David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts, cinemas and many moreOur team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or supporting you while you are contracting for us.How to ApplyClick APPLY or contact Shannon Jarvis (shannon.jarvis@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently partnering with a SA Government department who provides a diverse range of services to the community. These services are aimed at producing a safe and peaceful environment by the minimisation of crime and disorder. We have multiple positions for customer service and administration professionals to join their successful team commencing immediately.Pay Rate of $30.15 per hour Full Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayExcellent opportunity to gain exposure in the public sector About the roleWe are currently seeking fast paced, committed and resilient individuals who can show initiative and deliver high quality administrative support as well as customer service. You will be responsible for on a day to day basis: Answering inbound phone calls from the general public and providing a high level of customer service Providing accurate advice in line with policies and proceduresVarious administrative processing tasks Accurate record keeping/management Entering data into government databases and systems Skills and ExperienceExcellent attention to detailPrevious experience in administration, customer service or a contact centre environment Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills Positive attitude and team player Able to pass a criminal history check BenefitsGreat team environment Opportunity for long term assignments for the right candidates CBD Location Join Randstad’s community of public sector contractors and enjoy some of the many additional benefits:We offer three pay runs per week, ensuring you are always paid within the weekAccess to My Randstad portal for easy payslip and timesheet access Exclusive access to roles before we go to marketSuper salary sacrifice Ongoing support from your consultant Discounts at retailers such as David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts, cinemas and many moreOur team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or supporting you while you are contracting for us.How to ApplyClick APPLY or contact Shannon Jarvis (shannon.jarvis@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$160,000 - AU$180,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Reputable government agency is looking for a Track & Civil Senior Project Engineer to join the team working on the Melbourne Airport Rail Link project.As a Senior Project Engineer, you will be tasked with providing planning, engineering and site construction support for projects, as well as providing technical advice to support the successful delivery of these projects. You will also be expected to mentor and share knowledge to build the technical capability of the project engineering and support team.Ideally, you will have experience working in both private and public sector and have strong general project delivery skills along with a technical knowledge of permanent way. Excellent stakeholder engagement skills are a must.Remuneration for this position is in the vicinity of $180K package.To apply, please submit your updated CV via the link provided. For more information and a confidential discussion, please email inna.sidorova@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.
      Reputable government agency is looking for a Track & Civil Senior Project Engineer to join the team working on the Melbourne Airport Rail Link project.As a Senior Project Engineer, you will be tasked with providing planning, engineering and site construction support for projects, as well as providing technical advice to support the successful delivery of these projects. You will also be expected to mentor and share knowledge to build the technical capability of the project engineering and support team.Ideally, you will have experience working in both private and public sector and have strong general project delivery skills along with a technical knowledge of permanent way. Excellent stakeholder engagement skills are a must.Remuneration for this position is in the vicinity of $180K package.To apply, please submit your updated CV via the link provided. For more information and a confidential discussion, please email inna.sidorova@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.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$40.30 - AU$40.30, per hour, plus super
      • full-time
      Detailed job descriptionRandstad has recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government.We are proud to currently be partnering with a large Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS4 Passport Case Officers. Your new positionAs an APS4 Passport Case Officer, your duties will include:Travel document processing including decision-making and recommendations on the eligibility of applicants for Australian travel documents by providing appropriate determinations that are informed by relevant legislation, regulation, policies and guidelines.Identify, investigate and resolve moderately-complex to complex travel document eligibility and related issues.Develop and maintain up-to-date knowledge of the document legalisation process and relevant international legal conventionsAssistance with face-to-face interviews of clients to enable travel and legalisation documents issuance. Complete other administrative duties related to delivery of travel document programmes as required. Deliver courteous, prompt and professional client service when providing guidance to the public on travel document matters and document legalisation processesYour Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Industry experience within the eligibility assessments, case management, compliance etc High attention to detailExcellent customer service and communication skillsAbility to analyse numerical and written informationReliable and adaptable to respond to changes in workloads and priorities. MUST be an Australian citizen to be eligible What You’ll Receive$40+ per hour plus super12 month contract with potential for extension or permanency Brisbane CBD locationHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, please apply now!Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted at this point. 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.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.
      Detailed job descriptionRandstad has recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government.We are proud to currently be partnering with a large Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS4 Passport Case Officers. Your new positionAs an APS4 Passport Case Officer, your duties will include:Travel document processing including decision-making and recommendations on the eligibility of applicants for Australian travel documents by providing appropriate determinations that are informed by relevant legislation, regulation, policies and guidelines.Identify, investigate and resolve moderately-complex to complex travel document eligibility and related issues.Develop and maintain up-to-date knowledge of the document legalisation process and relevant international legal conventionsAssistance with face-to-face interviews of clients to enable travel and legalisation documents issuance. Complete other administrative duties related to delivery of travel document programmes as required. Deliver courteous, prompt and professional client service when providing guidance to the public on travel document matters and document legalisation processesYour Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Industry experience within the eligibility assessments, case management, compliance etc High attention to detailExcellent customer service and communication skillsAbility to analyse numerical and written informationReliable and adaptable to respond to changes in workloads and priorities. MUST be an Australian citizen to be eligible What You’ll Receive$40+ per hour plus super12 month contract with potential for extension or permanency Brisbane CBD locationHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, please apply now!Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted at this point. 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.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.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$54.00 - AU$60.00, per hour, CBD Location
      • full-time
      Your New DepartmentA large Commonwealth government department are seeking an experienced APS6 Compliance Officer to join their team on initial 6 month contract - with 12 month extension already approved.Your New PositionAn APS6 Compliance Officer is required to undertake compliance activities to implement the Venture Capital 2021-22 compliance plan.Activities will predominantly include assessing compliance of identified registered early stage venture capital limitedpartnerships (ESVCLPs), venture capital limited partnerships (VCLPs), and Australian fund of funds (AFOFs) across targetareas against legislative requirements and undertaking compliance action to address identified non-compliance.Activities may also include:- analysing compliance trends across ESVCLPs, VCLPs and AFOFs;- preparing summary documents of compliance across programs;- developing communications material to inform and educate partnerships about areas of non-compliance;- undertaking compliance activities on emerging issues across partnerships; and contributing to the priorities of the venture capital section as required.The Compliance Officer will be expected to operate at the equivalent of an APS6 level and will be required to interpret andassess legislation and confidential financial and legal documentation including partnership quarterly and annual returns,share sale agreements and audited financial statements. Skills required for the positions include:Excellent written communication, attention to detail and the ability to analyse data and relate it back to specific legislative requirements.Experience in compliance, regulation, finance and law, plus an understanding of the venture capital industry, are desirable.Benefits of choosing Randstad We value our contractors. So in addition to benefits from your new employer, we also offer you,Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppWe offer three pay runs a week Plus moreWhat nowAre you ready to take the next step in your career? If you meet the essential criteria and have the required experience send your resume now. If you have any questions or perhaps your resume isn’t up to date with your current role email darren.savage@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 DepartmentA large Commonwealth government department are seeking an experienced APS6 Compliance Officer to join their team on initial 6 month contract - with 12 month extension already approved.Your New PositionAn APS6 Compliance Officer is required to undertake compliance activities to implement the Venture Capital 2021-22 compliance plan.Activities will predominantly include assessing compliance of identified registered early stage venture capital limitedpartnerships (ESVCLPs), venture capital limited partnerships (VCLPs), and Australian fund of funds (AFOFs) across targetareas against legislative requirements and undertaking compliance action to address identified non-compliance.Activities may also include:- analysing compliance trends across ESVCLPs, VCLPs and AFOFs;- preparing summary documents of compliance across programs;- developing communications material to inform and educate partnerships about areas of non-compliance;- undertaking compliance activities on emerging issues across partnerships; and contributing to the priorities of the venture capital section as required.The Compliance Officer will be expected to operate at the equivalent of an APS6 level and will be required to interpret andassess legislation and confidential financial and legal documentation including partnership quarterly and annual returns,share sale agreements and audited financial statements. Skills required for the positions include:Excellent written communication, attention to detail and the ability to analyse data and relate it back to specific legislative requirements.Experience in compliance, regulation, finance and law, plus an understanding of the venture capital industry, are desirable.Benefits of choosing Randstad We value our contractors. So in addition to benefits from your new employer, we also offer you,Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppWe offer three pay runs a week Plus moreWhat nowAre you ready to take the next step in your career? If you meet the essential criteria and have the required experience send your resume now. If you have any questions or perhaps your resume isn’t up to date with your current role email darren.savage@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.
      • gold coast, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$53.63 - AU$53.63, per hour, plus super & candidate benefits
      • full-time
      We are seeking a candidate for a federal government department in Robina for a 12 month contract initially. The role will see the successful candidate working within a team responsible for delivering excellent customer service to all stakeholders via their main communication channels. This role will see you assisting in organising workflow, providing policy advice and advice based on current policy and legislation.Key duties:Provide advice on policy matters to internal and external stakeholdersdrafting of high level correspondence and reportingCreating work instructions based on review of current resourcesProviding advice to ensure quality outcomes are achievedContinuous process improvement and implementationSkills/experience required:A policy/legislative/correspondence background is highly advantageousAbility to analyse complex problems to find solutionsExcellent analytical skillsConfident in writing high level reportsUndertaking a temporary contract through Randstad will give you exclusive access to our candidates benefits portal. This includes many discounts across health insurance, phone plans, grocery stores and other retail stores as well as many other discounts. You will be able to access this directly through our easy to use timesheet portal upon commencement of your assignment. Please feel free to submit your application via the application portal only. Questions in relation to the can be directed to alexandria.howes@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.
      We are seeking a candidate for a federal government department in Robina for a 12 month contract initially. The role will see the successful candidate working within a team responsible for delivering excellent customer service to all stakeholders via their main communication channels. This role will see you assisting in organising workflow, providing policy advice and advice based on current policy and legislation.Key duties:Provide advice on policy matters to internal and external stakeholdersdrafting of high level correspondence and reportingCreating work instructions based on review of current resourcesProviding advice to ensure quality outcomes are achievedContinuous process improvement and implementationSkills/experience required:A policy/legislative/correspondence background is highly advantageousAbility to analyse complex problems to find solutionsExcellent analytical skillsConfident in writing high level reportsUndertaking a temporary contract through Randstad will give you exclusive access to our candidates benefits portal. This includes many discounts across health insurance, phone plans, grocery stores and other retail stores as well as many other discounts. You will be able to access this directly through our easy to use timesheet portal upon commencement of your assignment. Please feel free to submit your application via the application portal only. Questions in relation to the can be directed to alexandria.howes@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.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$40.30 - AU$40.30, per hour, 10.5% superannuation
      • full-time
      We are proud to currently be partnering with a large Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS4 Application Processing Officers, commencing August 1. Your new positionAs an APS4 Application Processing Officer, your duties will include:Travel document processing including decision-making and recommendations on the eligibility of applicants for Australian travel documents by providing appropriate determinations that are informed by relevant legislation, regulation, policies and guidelines.Identify, investigate and resolve moderately-complex to complex travel document eligibility and related issues.Develop and maintain up-to-date knowledge of the document legalisation process and relevant international legal conventionsAssistance with face-to-face interviews of clients to enable travel and legalisation documents issuance. Complete other administrative duties related to delivery of travel document programmes as required. Deliver courteous, prompt and professional client service when providing guidance to the public on travel document matters and document legalisation processesYour Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Industry experience within the eligibility assessments, case management, compliance etc High attention to detailExcellent customer service and communication skillsAbility to analyse numerical and written informationReliable and adaptable to respond to changes in workloads and priorities. MUST be an Australian citizen to be eligible What You’ll Receive$40.30 per hour plus 10.5% super12 month contract with potential for extension or permanency Brisbane CBD locationWork 37.5 hours in a 4 day or 5 day weekSupportive team cultureHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, click 'apply' or email the team an updated resume to apoqld@randstad.com.auPlease note only short listed candidates will be contacted at this point.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 proud to currently be partnering with a large Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS4 Application Processing Officers, commencing August 1. Your new positionAs an APS4 Application Processing Officer, your duties will include:Travel document processing including decision-making and recommendations on the eligibility of applicants for Australian travel documents by providing appropriate determinations that are informed by relevant legislation, regulation, policies and guidelines.Identify, investigate and resolve moderately-complex to complex travel document eligibility and related issues.Develop and maintain up-to-date knowledge of the document legalisation process and relevant international legal conventionsAssistance with face-to-face interviews of clients to enable travel and legalisation documents issuance. Complete other administrative duties related to delivery of travel document programmes as required. Deliver courteous, prompt and professional client service when providing guidance to the public on travel document matters and document legalisation processesYour Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Industry experience within the eligibility assessments, case management, compliance etc High attention to detailExcellent customer service and communication skillsAbility to analyse numerical and written informationReliable and adaptable to respond to changes in workloads and priorities. MUST be an Australian citizen to be eligible What You’ll Receive$40.30 per hour plus 10.5% super12 month contract with potential for extension or permanency Brisbane CBD locationWork 37.5 hours in a 4 day or 5 day weekSupportive team cultureHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, click 'apply' or email the team an updated resume to apoqld@randstad.com.auPlease note only short listed candidates will be contacted at this point.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$38.00 - AU$48.00, per hour, + Super
      • full-time
      This Facilities Coordinator Victorian Government assignment is available for a 2 month + duration.(An excellent opportunity to gain your first or additional role within Government)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement skills.Great IT / skills and must be highly organised.Must have a full clean driving licence and have the flexibility of travelling between Victorian Government sites to set up existing offices in preparation for the return of Victorian Government staff into the office across Victoria.Must have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant junior facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.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 Facilities Coordinator Victorian Government assignment is available for a 2 month + duration.(An excellent opportunity to gain your first or additional role within Government)The role will require:Excellent stakeholder engagement skills.Great IT / skills and must be highly organised.Must have a full clean driving licence and have the flexibility of travelling between Victorian Government sites to set up existing offices in preparation for the return of Victorian Government staff into the office across Victoria.Must have relevant COVID vaccinationsPlease apply for this position as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. Please attach your CV ideally in WORD format if you have the relevant junior facilities experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert. Please ring Roger on 0403321969 if you want to chat further.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.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad are currently seeking experienced and motivated candidates for a number of APS4 and APS5 Project Support Officer positions based in Brisbane CBD. If you come from a project support or quality assurance background in the public sector we would love to hear from you! Detailed Job DescriptionRandstad has recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well known Federal department across the education sector, in helping them recruit for multiple APS4 and APS5 Project Support Officers in their Contact Centre Quality Assurance Team. Your New PositionAs an APS4 and APS5 Project Support Officer, your duties will be:Provide responsive executive administrative support to the project teamsAbility to understand project terminology, experience working with key stakeholders, and the ability to drive and meet project deadlinesProvide secretariat support to project meetings, including coordination of meetings, production of minutes, agendas and action lists as required.Draft high-quality correspondence / documents including briefing notes, memorandums, letters, emails, presentations and reportsProvide clerical and administrative services to a high standard including the use of Microsoft programs (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, Visio), electronic databases, record and diary management systems.Resolve day to day operational issues regarding procedures and assist with the review of work practices to maintain high professional work standards while seeking ways for ongoing improvement.Examine incoming correspondence, prioritising and taking appropriate action including coordinating timely responses in consultation with admin staff, Program Officers, Project Managers and Project Directors.Maintain effective time management practices by prioritising workflow to ensure timeframes are met, monitoring progress and follow up progress.Engage in data research, collection and analysis in regards to planning and service delivery.Contribute to the development of a culture of collaboration, innovation and continuous improvement within related areas.RequiredStrong communication skillsAbility to work within a high performing team and maintain positive, productive relationshipsExperience using databases and cloud based applications Adaptable to changing prioritiesExcellent attention to detail DesirableExperience working with Microsoft SharePoint, Dynamics 365, Excel, Teams, Microsoft Project & SAPExperience in quality assurance and risk management in a similar role Experience in content management systems and contact centre knowledge base operations Experience in a high paced contact centre environment Your Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Excellent interpersonal skills, sound organisational and administrative skills1 + year’s project support experienceAbility to interpret data, reports, legislation, and other moderately complex informationIndustry experience within a call centre or fast paced environment preferredAbility to work within a team environmentHigh attention to detailExcellent written and verbal communication skillsWhat You’ll Receive$41 - $46 per hour plus superBrisbane CBD location Opportunity to work for a large well known federal government department How to apply:If you think that either of these roles might be perfect for you, please apply now! Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted at this point. 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.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 experienced and motivated candidates for a number of APS4 and APS5 Project Support Officer positions based in Brisbane CBD. If you come from a project support or quality assurance background in the public sector we would love to hear from you! Detailed Job DescriptionRandstad has recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well known Federal department across the education sector, in helping them recruit for multiple APS4 and APS5 Project Support Officers in their Contact Centre Quality Assurance Team. Your New PositionAs an APS4 and APS5 Project Support Officer, your duties will be:Provide responsive executive administrative support to the project teamsAbility to understand project terminology, experience working with key stakeholders, and the ability to drive and meet project deadlinesProvide secretariat support to project meetings, including coordination of meetings, production of minutes, agendas and action lists as required.Draft high-quality correspondence / documents including briefing notes, memorandums, letters, emails, presentations and reportsProvide clerical and administrative services to a high standard including the use of Microsoft programs (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, Visio), electronic databases, record and diary management systems.Resolve day to day operational issues regarding procedures and assist with the review of work practices to maintain high professional work standards while seeking ways for ongoing improvement.Examine incoming correspondence, prioritising and taking appropriate action including coordinating timely responses in consultation with admin staff, Program Officers, Project Managers and Project Directors.Maintain effective time management practices by prioritising workflow to ensure timeframes are met, monitoring progress and follow up progress.Engage in data research, collection and analysis in regards to planning and service delivery.Contribute to the development of a culture of collaboration, innovation and continuous improvement within related areas.RequiredStrong communication skillsAbility to work within a high performing team and maintain positive, productive relationshipsExperience using databases and cloud based applications Adaptable to changing prioritiesExcellent attention to detail DesirableExperience working with Microsoft SharePoint, Dynamics 365, Excel, Teams, Microsoft Project & SAPExperience in quality assurance and risk management in a similar role Experience in content management systems and contact centre knowledge base operations Experience in a high paced contact centre environment Your Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Excellent interpersonal skills, sound organisational and administrative skills1 + year’s project support experienceAbility to interpret data, reports, legislation, and other moderately complex informationIndustry experience within a call centre or fast paced environment preferredAbility to work within a team environmentHigh attention to detailExcellent written and verbal communication skillsWhat You’ll Receive$41 - $46 per hour plus superBrisbane CBD location Opportunity to work for a large well known federal government department How to apply:If you think that either of these roles might be perfect for you, please apply now! Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted at this point. 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.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.
      • ipswich, queensland
      • temporary
      • AU$40.00 - AU$43.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently partnering with a well known large Government Department on an exciting new opportunity. We are actively seeking for multiple resilient and motivated customer service officers who have previous experience working within a high volume capacity who will provide professional customer service to wider Queenslanders. Successful candidates will come from a background in high volume call centre and have previous experience in Debt Collect is highly desired. We are looking for candidates who have at least 2+ years of high volume inbound and outbound call center experience. You will be persistent and will display negotiation skills when dealing with customers. Key Responsibilities:Provide high levels of professional customer service Adhere to client engagement standards Analyzing and interpreting legislation Make good judgment in order to make effective decisions High level of accurate data entry Ensure you meet and comply with deadlines Experience achieving KPIS Will work as a team player Work collaboratively to identify improvements Required Skills:Experience in debt collection is highly desirable but not essentialExperience in a high volume inbound and outbound call centre mandatory Exceptional communication both written and verbalAbility to adapt to new systems Able to interact with a client base Show persistence when dealing with customers You will have high levels of resilience and negotiation skills Ability to interpret legislation To be successful for this position you will be required to submit the following; a resume in a word format, and 1 page cover letter outlining the following capabilities; Drives accountability and outcomes – You demonstrate accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparencyFosters Healthy and Inclusive Workplaces - Fosters an inclusive workplace where health, safety and wellbeing is promoted and prioritisedPursues continuous growth – You pursue opportunities for growth through agile learning, and development of self-awarenessStimulates ideas and innovation – You gather insights and embrace new ideas and innovation to inform future practiceBuilds enduring relationships – You build and sustain relationships to enable the collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes What’s in it for you?Various benefits you can access with Randstad through your candidate portal. Working alongside a well known Government Department. Please click on the apply button to be considered for this amazing and rareopportunity. Due to the overwhelming response, please appreciate that onlysuccessful candidates will be contacted to progress to the next stage. 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 partnering with a well known large Government Department on an exciting new opportunity. We are actively seeking for multiple resilient and motivated customer service officers who have previous experience working within a high volume capacity who will provide professional customer service to wider Queenslanders. Successful candidates will come from a background in high volume call centre and have previous experience in Debt Collect is highly desired. We are looking for candidates who have at least 2+ years of high volume inbound and outbound call center experience. You will be persistent and will display negotiation skills when dealing with customers. Key Responsibilities:Provide high levels of professional customer service Adhere to client engagement standards Analyzing and interpreting legislation Make good judgment in order to make effective decisions High level of accurate data entry Ensure you meet and comply with deadlines Experience achieving KPIS Will work as a team player Work collaboratively to identify improvements Required Skills:Experience in debt collection is highly desirable but not essentialExperience in a high volume inbound and outbound call centre mandatory Exceptional communication both written and verbalAbility to adapt to new systems Able to interact with a client base Show persistence when dealing with customers You will have high levels of resilience and negotiation skills Ability to interpret legislation To be successful for this position you will be required to submit the following; a resume in a word format, and 1 page cover letter outlining the following capabilities; Drives accountability and outcomes – You demonstrate accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparencyFosters Healthy and Inclusive Workplaces - Fosters an inclusive workplace where health, safety and wellbeing is promoted and prioritisedPursues continuous growth – You pursue opportunities for growth through agile learning, and development of self-awarenessStimulates ideas and innovation – You gather insights and embrace new ideas and innovation to inform future practiceBuilds enduring relationships – You build and sustain relationships to enable the collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes What’s in it for you?Various benefits you can access with Randstad through your candidate portal. Working alongside a well known Government Department. Please click on the apply button to be considered for this amazing and rareopportunity. Due to the overwhelming response, please appreciate that onlysuccessful candidates will be contacted to progress to the next stage. 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
      • contract
      • full-time
      We are actively engaged with our Federal Government client in Canberra who are looking for an EL1 Workforce Planning Manager to commence a 12 months contract with possible 12 months extensions.The Department is looking to conduct workforce planning across each of its Branches and develop from this process an organisational workforce plan with the Executive of the agency. The role will be working closely with the General Manager of Human Resources to facilitate, conduct and analyse workforce data to be able to produce a practical implementation plan for workforce planning for the organisation.Key Duties of the Role: ● Work closely with the GM of HR and other Human resource specialists and Executive to Contribute to and lead projects and workshops relating to workforce planning and developing data driven insights. ● Perform in-depth analysis on future focus workforce data, both internally and across the APS and external industry environment to provide key pieces of information to form the basis of the workforce plan. ● Be able to deliver and facilitate workshops with different management groups to build the information for workforce planning. ● Designing surveys for workforce capability information to assist with developing the workforce plan. ● Develop gap analysis of workforce capabilities and strategies or initiatives to meet workforce gaps. ● Actively build workforce planning capability for managers and HR during the process.Key Skills and Capabilities: ● Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to engage with senior leaders on workforce planning. ● Demonstrated experience in workforce strategy development and workforce planning experiences and frameworks. ● Ability to influence and lead managers as well as provide technical expertise on workforce planning matters. ● Knowledge and experience translating data insights into practical business solutions. ● Experience in using Human resources metrics for workforce planning purposesThis position is a security-assessed position. The successful applicant will be required to hold, or be ● able to obtain, a Baseline security clearance. ● All applicants must be Australian citizens.If you are interested in this role, Please apply through the appropriate link.If you would like to discuss anything, please call Nausheen T on 02-61323873 or email at nausheen.tabassum@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.
      We are actively engaged with our Federal Government client in Canberra who are looking for an EL1 Workforce Planning Manager to commence a 12 months contract with possible 12 months extensions.The Department is looking to conduct workforce planning across each of its Branches and develop from this process an organisational workforce plan with the Executive of the agency. The role will be working closely with the General Manager of Human Resources to facilitate, conduct and analyse workforce data to be able to produce a practical implementation plan for workforce planning for the organisation.Key Duties of the Role: ● Work closely with the GM of HR and other Human resource specialists and Executive to Contribute to and lead projects and workshops relating to workforce planning and developing data driven insights. ● Perform in-depth analysis on future focus workforce data, both internally and across the APS and external industry environment to provide key pieces of information to form the basis of the workforce plan. ● Be able to deliver and facilitate workshops with different management groups to build the information for workforce planning. ● Designing surveys for workforce capability information to assist with developing the workforce plan. ● Develop gap analysis of workforce capabilities and strategies or initiatives to meet workforce gaps. ● Actively build workforce planning capability for managers and HR during the process.Key Skills and Capabilities: ● Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to engage with senior leaders on workforce planning. ● Demonstrated experience in workforce strategy development and workforce planning experiences and frameworks. ● Ability to influence and lead managers as well as provide technical expertise on workforce planning matters. ● Knowledge and experience translating data insights into practical business solutions. ● Experience in using Human resources metrics for workforce planning purposesThis position is a security-assessed position. The successful applicant will be required to hold, or be ● able to obtain, a Baseline security clearance. ● All applicants must be Australian citizens.If you are interested in this role, Please apply through the appropriate link.If you would like to discuss anything, please call Nausheen T on 02-61323873 or email at nausheen.tabassum@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.
      • perth, western australia
      • contract
      • AU$34.00 - AU$36.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is working closely with our State and Federal Government Clients on various roles, available now.If you are looking to use your advanced skills every day to assist with team requirements, we want to hear about you!About the role:Providing first point of contact to Clients at the front counterAssisting with enquiries, processing paperwork and entering data into the systemTrouble shooting, addressing difficult enquiries and providing informationProcessing and administration duties as requiredAbout you:Friendly, professional demeanour with a good work ethicAbility to be flexible with changing demands and increased peak periods Great communication skills Previous experience in Customer service and administration is highly desiredAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is working closely with our State and Federal Government Clients on various roles, available now.If you are looking to use your advanced skills every day to assist with team requirements, we want to hear about you!About the role:Providing first point of contact to Clients at the front counterAssisting with enquiries, processing paperwork and entering data into the systemTrouble shooting, addressing difficult enquiries and providing informationProcessing and administration duties as requiredAbout you:Friendly, professional demeanour with a good work ethicAbility to be flexible with changing demands and increased peak periods Great communication skills Previous experience in Customer service and administration is highly desiredAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$600 - AU$650, per day, 10.5% Super, 12 month contract
      • full-time
      APPLICATIONS SOUGHT TODAY FOR MANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ROLES!Are you ready to take that next step? A huge range of opportunities exist in Federal Government. I have all different roles at many level suitable for all candidates. Don't miss out, the deadlines aren’t far away so email me for a position description or confidential discussion today !Feature Role: EL1 – Assistant Direct Risk Advisory : 18 months - $600 per day (Job 106156A) Media Officer : Providing informed risk advice on emerging issues impacting allocated portfolios by leading and facilitating risk discussions and workshops to identify, assess and control risks.These positions are expected under limited direction to undertake moderately complex to complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, and precedents.EssentialWorking knowledge of ISO: 31000, ISO: 27000, COBIT, COSO, NIST, etc. standards.What next? Carefully read the below: Either apply here or email me, but remember you MUST include a cover letter with your application addressing the above. If you don't apply with a Cover letter and an updated CV your application will not be accepted.If you need more advice on your Cover letter or about the role before you apply. Email me for a confidential discussion at kris.middleton@randstad.com.au stating the Job Number(s)You must be an Australian Citizen to be eligible to apply.Make sure you apply before 2pm on the dates listed below (this is a strict requirement)CLOSING STRICTLY 2PM FRI 1st JULYAPS6 – Finance Officer Performance Reporting : 12 months - $58.50 ph (Job 106454) CLOSING STRICTLY 2PM TUE 5th JULYAPS6 – Technical Advisory : 12 months - $58.50 ph (Job 106429B)CLOSING STRICTLY 2PM THU 7th JULYEL1 – Assistant Direct Risk Advisory : 18 months - $600 per day (Job 106156A)For a confidential chat about any of these roles, email me at kris.middleton@randstad.com.auPlease note, all applicants requested for interview will be required to provide a referee check before interview. All successful applicants will be asked to consent to a National Criminal History Check as part of the onboarding process for this Federal Government Organisation. Each application will be considered on its merits.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.
      APPLICATIONS SOUGHT TODAY FOR MANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ROLES!Are you ready to take that next step? A huge range of opportunities exist in Federal Government. I have all different roles at many level suitable for all candidates. Don't miss out, the deadlines aren’t far away so email me for a position description or confidential discussion today !Feature Role: EL1 – Assistant Direct Risk Advisory : 18 months - $600 per day (Job 106156A) Media Officer : Providing informed risk advice on emerging issues impacting allocated portfolios by leading and facilitating risk discussions and workshops to identify, assess and control risks.These positions are expected under limited direction to undertake moderately complex to complex work that is guided by legislation, policies, and precedents.EssentialWorking knowledge of ISO: 31000, ISO: 27000, COBIT, COSO, NIST, etc. standards.What next? Carefully read the below: Either apply here or email me, but remember you MUST include a cover letter with your application addressing the above. If you don't apply with a Cover letter and an updated CV your application will not be accepted.If you need more advice on your Cover letter or about the role before you apply. Email me for a confidential discussion at kris.middleton@randstad.com.au stating the Job Number(s)You must be an Australian Citizen to be eligible to apply.Make sure you apply before 2pm on the dates listed below (this is a strict requirement)CLOSING STRICTLY 2PM FRI 1st JULYAPS6 – Finance Officer Performance Reporting : 12 months - $58.50 ph (Job 106454) CLOSING STRICTLY 2PM TUE 5th JULYAPS6 – Technical Advisory : 12 months - $58.50 ph (Job 106429B)CLOSING STRICTLY 2PM THU 7th JULYEL1 – Assistant Direct Risk Advisory : 18 months - $600 per day (Job 106156A)For a confidential chat about any of these roles, email me at kris.middleton@randstad.com.auPlease note, all applicants requested for interview will be required to provide a referee check before interview. All successful applicants will be asked to consent to a National Criminal History Check as part of the onboarding process for this Federal Government Organisation. Each application will be considered on its merits.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Senior Design Engineer Are you an experienced Design Engineer looking to further progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your knowledge and experience to have a significant impact on the planning and development of infrastructure projects - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Regularly reporting to the Capital Works Coordinator at the Council, the Senior Design Engineer will be responsible for: Planning, scoping and prioritising suitable infrastructure projects for inclusion in the council’s 4-year capital works program Utilizing their extensive knowledge to provide specialist engineering advice and technical reviews of project proposals Assisting in the construction and delivery of the 4-year capital works program; and Liaising and communicating efficiently with internal stakeholders and departments, for the planning and development of projects that support their delivery objectives. What you will need to be successful We are seeking a suitably qualified Senior Design Engineer who has years of demonstrated experience in the preparation of municipal civil engineering designs, from concept to detailed phase. This individual must have strong technical and computer skills (must be well across AutoCAD, 3D Civil Design Software, Microsoft Suite and other programs such as DRAINS and MUSIC). You will be someone who is knowledgeable on design engineering standards and best practices, as well as legislative requirements and relationships with authorities. You will be able to work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as possessing a high standard of stakeholder engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably. About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities.With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Senior Design Engineer Are you an experienced Design Engineer looking to further progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your knowledge and experience to have a significant impact on the planning and development of infrastructure projects - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Regularly reporting to the Capital Works Coordinator at the Council, the Senior Design Engineer will be responsible for: Planning, scoping and prioritising suitable infrastructure projects for inclusion in the council’s 4-year capital works program Utilizing their extensive knowledge to provide specialist engineering advice and technical reviews of project proposals Assisting in the construction and delivery of the 4-year capital works program; and Liaising and communicating efficiently with internal stakeholders and departments, for the planning and development of projects that support their delivery objectives. What you will need to be successful We are seeking a suitably qualified Senior Design Engineer who has years of demonstrated experience in the preparation of municipal civil engineering designs, from concept to detailed phase. This individual must have strong technical and computer skills (must be well across AutoCAD, 3D Civil Design Software, Microsoft Suite and other programs such as DRAINS and MUSIC). You will be someone who is knowledgeable on design engineering standards and best practices, as well as legislative requirements and relationships with authorities. You will be able to work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as possessing a high standard of stakeholder engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably. About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities.With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • AU$32.00 - AU$35.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      We are opening job opportunities for keen and proactive people that want to get back into the kick of things workwise, and willing to explore and try current job opportunities within the Councils of Victoria. Hop on board and work with us to see what opportunities we can find to best suit your situation and needs. Qualifications: Previous experience in regulatory or similar working environments is desirable.Completion of Certificate IV in Government preferredExperience in dealing with customers and members of publicThe Role: Parking OfficerLocation - Areas based for All VictoriaStart Times: 7am-5pm Shifts (Mon-Sat) - must keep Sat/Sun FreeTemporary Role: 3 Months plus possibility of extension (38hrs a week)Looking for Hard working IndividualKey Responsibilities: Undertaking regular patrols and attend to enforcement of relevant Council Laws and RegistrationTo provide assistance, advise and educate the public to ensure the standard observation and enforcement of Local Laws, Policies and Procedures are applied and followedInvestigate and conducting inspections/enforcement actions in regards to cases and enquiries of the Local lawsHow to be successful?Whether it be you are keen to work or have prior experience in the role, these opportunities are immediate work and a good start for your path either way. The successful candidate will need to understand and demonstrate:Top-shelf customer serviceProactive versatility when it comes to compliance and work ethic through experience and attitude - it is a requirement and adds bonus value to yourself as individuals and the Local Council that you could work for.Note: While experience and qualifications are viable and important, we also value dedication, commitment, cooperation and genuinity. How to apply: If you’re interested in the following roles, please call, email or text message, and we can have a chat to discuss these immediate opportunities and work on getting you a job that best suits your current circumstances and considerations. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. If you have a cover letter - please outline the following - skills, suitability, and motivations for the role. And then get ready for a chat.If you want to contact me directly for any questions or queries that you may have, please email me at hillary.wealprasert@randstad.com.au or call 0439 195 999. 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 opening job opportunities for keen and proactive people that want to get back into the kick of things workwise, and willing to explore and try current job opportunities within the Councils of Victoria. Hop on board and work with us to see what opportunities we can find to best suit your situation and needs. Qualifications: Previous experience in regulatory or similar working environments is desirable.Completion of Certificate IV in Government preferredExperience in dealing with customers and members of publicThe Role: Parking OfficerLocation - Areas based for All VictoriaStart Times: 7am-5pm Shifts (Mon-Sat) - must keep Sat/Sun FreeTemporary Role: 3 Months plus possibility of extension (38hrs a week)Looking for Hard working IndividualKey Responsibilities: Undertaking regular patrols and attend to enforcement of relevant Council Laws and RegistrationTo provide assistance, advise and educate the public to ensure the standard observation and enforcement of Local Laws, Policies and Procedures are applied and followedInvestigate and conducting inspections/enforcement actions in regards to cases and enquiries of the Local lawsHow to be successful?Whether it be you are keen to work or have prior experience in the role, these opportunities are immediate work and a good start for your path either way. The successful candidate will need to understand and demonstrate:Top-shelf customer serviceProactive versatility when it comes to compliance and work ethic through experience and attitude - it is a requirement and adds bonus value to yourself as individuals and the Local Council that you could work for.Note: While experience and qualifications are viable and important, we also value dedication, commitment, cooperation and genuinity. How to apply: If you’re interested in the following roles, please call, email or text message, and we can have a chat to discuss these immediate opportunities and work on getting you a job that best suits your current circumstances and considerations. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. If you have a cover letter - please outline the following - skills, suitability, and motivations for the role. And then get ready for a chat.If you want to contact me directly for any questions or queries that you may have, please email me at hillary.wealprasert@randstad.com.au or call 0439 195 999. 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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