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      • 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.
      • 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.
      • 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      We are currently seeking a professional Dispute Resolution officer to join a well-known Federal Government agency based in Sydney’s CBD.About the Role:The APS4 Dispute Resolution Officer role is responsible for case-managing a range of complaints from the members of the public including difficult complaints.Responsibilities:Communicating effectively with people from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds, both orally and in writing.Assess and categorize complaints under a formal framework, obtaining further information as required and determining the next steps in the process.Prepare draft recommendations, including considered, accurate and reasoned statements of reasons.Ensure the efficient and accurate recording of information.Develop and maintain strong relationships with team members and other stakeholdersOther administrative duties as required.About you:Good organizational and good written and verbal communication skillsAbility to adapt systems and processes to change priorities and situations in a timely and efficient mannerResilience and ability to manage unreasonable complainant conductThis role requires applicants to be an Australian citizenA National Police check / Workers check will need to be completed before startingBenefits:Start or develop your career in the public sectorWork for community-oriented organizationPotential to extend contractIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that the positions require Australian citizenship and successful pre-engagement checks, including but not limited to a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are currently seeking a professional Dispute Resolution officer to join a well-known Federal Government agency based in Sydney’s CBD.About the Role:The APS4 Dispute Resolution Officer role is responsible for case-managing a range of complaints from the members of the public including difficult complaints.Responsibilities:Communicating effectively with people from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds, both orally and in writing.Assess and categorize complaints under a formal framework, obtaining further information as required and determining the next steps in the process.Prepare draft recommendations, including considered, accurate and reasoned statements of reasons.Ensure the efficient and accurate recording of information.Develop and maintain strong relationships with team members and other stakeholdersOther administrative duties as required.About you:Good organizational and good written and verbal communication skillsAbility to adapt systems and processes to change priorities and situations in a timely and efficient mannerResilience and ability to manage unreasonable complainant conductThis role requires applicants to be an Australian citizenA National Police check / Workers check will need to be completed before startingBenefits:Start or develop your career in the public sectorWork for community-oriented organizationPotential to extend contractIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that the positions require Australian citizenship and successful pre-engagement checks, including but not limited to a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. 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$60.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      As the Senior Policy Officer, you will coordinate the development and implementation of research to support evidence-based policy across a range of policy initiatives and reforms for a NSW Government Agency. Key accountabilities:Lead on policy initiatives and matters related to freight ensuring a multi-model view and having regard to freight strategy target outcomesResearch, analyse and review complex policy issues, identifying emerging issues, developing evidence based options, and recommend solutions to resolve problems and mitigate risksProvide expert policy advice and information on freight policy issues and initiatives, and advocate for freight interests for NSW, to inform relevant internal and external stakeholders to facilitate the appropriate interpretation and implementation of policies and support improved freight outcomesBuild and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, facilitating their engagement in, and contribution to, the identification and development of policy solutions and to inform policy decision makingProactively contribute to the collaborative approach of Freight Branch to facilitate innovative thinking and to consistently deliver on improved freight outcomesMonitor, evaluate and report on the development and implementation of policies to identify issue and ensure the achievement of desired outcomesAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      As the Senior Policy Officer, you will coordinate the development and implementation of research to support evidence-based policy across a range of policy initiatives and reforms for a NSW Government Agency. Key accountabilities:Lead on policy initiatives and matters related to freight ensuring a multi-model view and having regard to freight strategy target outcomesResearch, analyse and review complex policy issues, identifying emerging issues, developing evidence based options, and recommend solutions to resolve problems and mitigate risksProvide expert policy advice and information on freight policy issues and initiatives, and advocate for freight interests for NSW, to inform relevant internal and external stakeholders to facilitate the appropriate interpretation and implementation of policies and support improved freight outcomesBuild and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, facilitating their engagement in, and contribution to, the identification and development of policy solutions and to inform policy decision makingProactively contribute to the collaborative approach of Freight Branch to facilitate innovative thinking and to consistently deliver on improved freight outcomesMonitor, evaluate and report on the development and implementation of policies to identify issue and ensure the achievement of desired outcomesAt 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$671 - AU$672, per day, + super
      • full-time
      The Talent Acquisition Lead is responsible for leading the execution and management of attraction, sourcing andassessment strategies to identify and secure high calibre candidates with specific industry experience.Provide specialised talent acquisition expertise to improve quality hiring decisions, partnering with the business and skills team to understand their operational workforce plans in order to proactively source and attract the right candidates utilising assessment methods, creating talent pipelines, talent pools and succession planning.Undertake lead recruitment responsibilities and manage a pool of Talent Acquisition Advisors in order to ensure day to day expertise is delivered.Leading the provision of expert industry insights, knowledge and networks, the position will align and partner with Skills Teams and corporate areas to proactively plan and manage immediate resourcing needs as well as future requirements.Build the capability for effective hiring decisions by supporting Hiring Managers in designing and implementing effective targeted hiring activities.Develop and execute industry specific internal and external talent pools allowing pre-qualified high potential candidates to be profiled and shared internally in order to measurably improve the quality of talent and to fill roles efficiently.Liaise with recruitment agencies to access industry specific services and insights that can be used to drive the acquisition of talent.Oversee the governance and compliance of selection committee activities, providing advice that proactively resolves issues rather than responds to issues.Provide selection process support by shortlisting applicants, ensuring compliance with public sector requirements by providing a recommendation of applicants for Hiring Managers to interview.Provide industry specific talent acquisition insights and intelligence to subject matter experts (SME’s) in order to ensure recruitment processes and practices deliver ‘best fit’ candidates for roles.Lead the development of a skills team specific dashboard of Talent Acquisition Analytics including e.g. hard to fill roles, turnover, retention of new hires, probation analytics.Key Challenges:Providing specialist recruitment expertise that enables the execution of value adding talent acquisition strategies.Providing operational support (e.g. shortlisting applicants) while working in a high volume, needs driven environment.BenefitsTalent Acquisition Lead - NSW State Government6+ months contractLocation - state-wideCandidates require their own laptopsPay rate: max $671 per day + SuperAt 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 Talent Acquisition Lead is responsible for leading the execution and management of attraction, sourcing andassessment strategies to identify and secure high calibre candidates with specific industry experience.Provide specialised talent acquisition expertise to improve quality hiring decisions, partnering with the business and skills team to understand their operational workforce plans in order to proactively source and attract the right candidates utilising assessment methods, creating talent pipelines, talent pools and succession planning.Undertake lead recruitment responsibilities and manage a pool of Talent Acquisition Advisors in order to ensure day to day expertise is delivered.Leading the provision of expert industry insights, knowledge and networks, the position will align and partner with Skills Teams and corporate areas to proactively plan and manage immediate resourcing needs as well as future requirements.Build the capability for effective hiring decisions by supporting Hiring Managers in designing and implementing effective targeted hiring activities.Develop and execute industry specific internal and external talent pools allowing pre-qualified high potential candidates to be profiled and shared internally in order to measurably improve the quality of talent and to fill roles efficiently.Liaise with recruitment agencies to access industry specific services and insights that can be used to drive the acquisition of talent.Oversee the governance and compliance of selection committee activities, providing advice that proactively resolves issues rather than responds to issues.Provide selection process support by shortlisting applicants, ensuring compliance with public sector requirements by providing a recommendation of applicants for Hiring Managers to interview.Provide industry specific talent acquisition insights and intelligence to subject matter experts (SME’s) in order to ensure recruitment processes and practices deliver ‘best fit’ candidates for roles.Lead the development of a skills team specific dashboard of Talent Acquisition Analytics including e.g. hard to fill roles, turnover, retention of new hires, probation analytics.Key Challenges:Providing specialist recruitment expertise that enables the execution of value adding talent acquisition strategies.Providing operational support (e.g. shortlisting applicants) while working in a high volume, needs driven environment.BenefitsTalent Acquisition Lead - NSW State Government6+ months contractLocation - state-wideCandidates require their own laptopsPay rate: max $671 per day + SuperAt 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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