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        • albury, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$110,000, per year, Permanent, full time hours
        • full-time
        Your CompanyThis is an opportunity for an Estimator looking for a long term position with a national company based in Albury. My client has over 29 years experience in their field of expertise and takes pride in their work and the shared vision of their people. Your PositionYou will be responsible for preparing detailed estimates for projects, by gathering information and analysing important metrics. This position is directly responsible for working with the Proposal and Delivery team to prepare works to be estimated, by gathering specification details and related information. By analysing data, this position will identify time, materials, labour and sub-contractors required to deliver Value and Services required.Role Responsibilities Prepare work to be estimated by gathering Bid no Bid form, risk assessment, Specifications, Tender Doc’s and or other related documents Identify Labour, Material, and Time Requirements by analysing and reviewing risk assessment, Plans, Specifications, Tender Doc’s and or other related documents Complete quantity take-offs for all Tenders, Specifications, Variations to Schedule of Rates, Project Works, Contracts or Contract Variations Schedule timelines and expected timing around delivery of Estimations and costings Liaise with the (Business Development & Construction Team) to resolve any discrepancies or areas for clarification Working within the software program (Benchmark) you will continue to build the software library with up to date costings of various Scopes of Works and Applications This role is responsible for working with the (Proposal and Tender) in collecting, analysing, and summarizing information and trends, relative to estimated costs versus actual costing estimated. Ensure compliance of the organisation’s HSEQ Policies and ProceduresWhen estimating and costing works ensure consideration of costings are within the guidelines and requirements of the organisation’s HSEQ Management SystemWork within the guidelines of the organisation’s Company Vision and Values To be suitable for this role you will need Proven experience within Construction Estimation and Costings within a similar position min 2 years Solid understanding and knowledge of Concrete Remediation and Asset Rehabilitation A demonstrated ability with Financial and Project Management Principles Strong understanding of Civil and Commercial Construction process In depth knowledge of research and data analysis methods and estimation formulas A demonstrated analytical mindset Proficient in the use of relevant software systems (Advance being Benchmark), Microsoft Project or similar A solid demonstrated ability in Communications and Negotiation abilities Excellent Organizational and Time Management skills White cardIf you feel this role may be suitable for you please APPLY NOW.Please note that due to a high volume of applications only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 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 CompanyThis is an opportunity for an Estimator looking for a long term position with a national company based in Albury. My client has over 29 years experience in their field of expertise and takes pride in their work and the shared vision of their people. Your PositionYou will be responsible for preparing detailed estimates for projects, by gathering information and analysing important metrics. This position is directly responsible for working with the Proposal and Delivery team to prepare works to be estimated, by gathering specification details and related information. By analysing data, this position will identify time, materials, labour and sub-contractors required to deliver Value and Services required.Role Responsibilities Prepare work to be estimated by gathering Bid no Bid form, risk assessment, Specifications, Tender Doc’s and or other related documents Identify Labour, Material, and Time Requirements by analysing and reviewing risk assessment, Plans, Specifications, Tender Doc’s and or other related documents Complete quantity take-offs for all Tenders, Specifications, Variations to Schedule of Rates, Project Works, Contracts or Contract Variations Schedule timelines and expected timing around delivery of Estimations and costings Liaise with the (Business Development & Construction Team) to resolve any discrepancies or areas for clarification Working within the software program (Benchmark) you will continue to build the software library with up to date costings of various Scopes of Works and Applications This role is responsible for working with the (Proposal and Tender) in collecting, analysing, and summarizing information and trends, relative to estimated costs versus actual costing estimated. Ensure compliance of the organisation’s HSEQ Policies and ProceduresWhen estimating and costing works ensure consideration of costings are within the guidelines and requirements of the organisation’s HSEQ Management SystemWork within the guidelines of the organisation’s Company Vision and Values To be suitable for this role you will need Proven experience within Construction Estimation and Costings within a similar position min 2 years Solid understanding and knowledge of Concrete Remediation and Asset Rehabilitation A demonstrated ability with Financial and Project Management Principles Strong understanding of Civil and Commercial Construction process In depth knowledge of research and data analysis methods and estimation formulas A demonstrated analytical mindset Proficient in the use of relevant software systems (Advance being Benchmark), Microsoft Project or similar A solid demonstrated ability in Communications and Negotiation abilities Excellent Organizational and Time Management skills White cardIf you feel this role may be suitable for you please APPLY NOW.Please note that due to a high volume of applications only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 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$160,000 - AU$1,800,000, per year, incl super
        • full-time
        This change team is fundamental to all reengineering and automation in the business and will be recruiting the successful candidate on an initial 12 month fixed term contract, with strong possibility of extension. The successful candidate for the position of Associate Director, Finance Change will: Lead finance process improvement and technology enablement projects.Implementing changes to processes, systems, reporting and operating modelsConvert business needs into clearly defined goals and ensure timely delivery of initiatives Working collaboratively and influencing key stakeholders across the business Managing priorities in a complex regulatory environment Lead and direct the project including highlighting and escalating risk issues For the position of Associate Director, Finance Change the candidate requires the following skills: Qualified Accountant Exposure to Finance change environment within a highly regulated environmentExperience in the Financial Markets domain Preferably had exposure to Systems changeProject management experience and partnering the business Experience of the Agile approach to analysis and solutionsAbility to make high level decisions and influence key stakeholders If you are interested in the position of Associate Director, Finance Change and can demonstrate the right skills and experience please apply today or call for a confidential discussion - Gail Cunningham 0434745920 / gail.cunningham@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.
        This change team is fundamental to all reengineering and automation in the business and will be recruiting the successful candidate on an initial 12 month fixed term contract, with strong possibility of extension. The successful candidate for the position of Associate Director, Finance Change will: Lead finance process improvement and technology enablement projects.Implementing changes to processes, systems, reporting and operating modelsConvert business needs into clearly defined goals and ensure timely delivery of initiatives Working collaboratively and influencing key stakeholders across the business Managing priorities in a complex regulatory environment Lead and direct the project including highlighting and escalating risk issues For the position of Associate Director, Finance Change the candidate requires the following skills: Qualified Accountant Exposure to Finance change environment within a highly regulated environmentExperience in the Financial Markets domain Preferably had exposure to Systems changeProject management experience and partnering the business Experience of the Agile approach to analysis and solutionsAbility to make high level decisions and influence key stakeholders If you are interested in the position of Associate Director, Finance Change and can demonstrate the right skills and experience please apply today or call for a confidential discussion - Gail Cunningham 0434745920 / gail.cunningham@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
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Senior Network EngineerPermanent Job Opportunity$150,000 - $164,000 packageSydney A well-established organisation is seeking an exceptional Senior Network Engineer to add value to their network and infrastructure capability.You will be the driving force behind their landmark 5-year infrastructure transformation program of work, reporting into the Network Operations Team Leader. The business is a hybrid operational and information technology environment, you will work closely with highly-experienced infrastructure leaders to expedite the business's transformation and improve the over-aching customer-experience for the organisation and it's customers.Ideally you have experience with the following:• Minimum 8 years experience in a senior technical infrastructure role plus experience nationally or internationally.• Broad knowledge of technology including all networking, disaster recovery and data center (Hybrid) within Azure and AWS.• Knowledge and hands-on experience in deploying and maintaining software-defined networks, specifically Cisco ACI, Cisco ISE and Cisco SDA• Experience in configuration and maintaining Infoblox services• Experience in configuring and maintaining F5 LTM, GTM and APM services• Knowledge of business risk management in networking environments• Experienced in ITIL v3 and or Cobit or other similar best practices.• Experience in Cisco Call Manager and or VoIP Services• Knowledge and hands-on experience in deploying and maintaining in Cisco Wireless • Experience in Firewall Management (Palo Alto, Fortinet, Cisco ASA and Cisco Firepower)• Must be eligible for security clearance To be considered for this role, please submit your resume via the link, alternatively feel free to contact directly via Michael.moore@randstad.com.au for a speedier response.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 Network EngineerPermanent Job Opportunity$150,000 - $164,000 packageSydney A well-established organisation is seeking an exceptional Senior Network Engineer to add value to their network and infrastructure capability.You will be the driving force behind their landmark 5-year infrastructure transformation program of work, reporting into the Network Operations Team Leader. The business is a hybrid operational and information technology environment, you will work closely with highly-experienced infrastructure leaders to expedite the business's transformation and improve the over-aching customer-experience for the organisation and it's customers.Ideally you have experience with the following:• Minimum 8 years experience in a senior technical infrastructure role plus experience nationally or internationally.• Broad knowledge of technology including all networking, disaster recovery and data center (Hybrid) within Azure and AWS.• Knowledge and hands-on experience in deploying and maintaining software-defined networks, specifically Cisco ACI, Cisco ISE and Cisco SDA• Experience in configuration and maintaining Infoblox services• Experience in configuring and maintaining F5 LTM, GTM and APM services• Knowledge of business risk management in networking environments• Experienced in ITIL v3 and or Cobit or other similar best practices.• Experience in Cisco Call Manager and or VoIP Services• Knowledge and hands-on experience in deploying and maintaining in Cisco Wireless • Experience in Firewall Management (Palo Alto, Fortinet, Cisco ASA and Cisco Firepower)• Must be eligible for security clearance To be considered for this role, please submit your resume via the link, alternatively feel free to contact directly via Michael.moore@randstad.com.au for a speedier response.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$140,000 - AU$190,000, per year, Package negotiable depending on exp.
        • full-time
        Full time career opportunity for a R&D Manager / Integration Manager;International Medical Device company;Minum 5 years experience in the Manufacturing; This is a great opportunity for a R&D Manager / Integration Manager to lead new innovative medical device products. You will be managing and working closely with the engineering team, where you will lead by example. Role:To drive and manage the engineering resources required to deliver a large, complex cross functional engineering project to budget and schedule.The Engineering Integration Manager will have sufficient seniority, experience and skills to deal effectively with the Client and all technical stakeholders. The Engineering Integration Manager is the nominated Technically Responsible Person (TRP) and will act as the focal point for all technical issues. Accountabilities/ Responsibilities:Division and People Management;Integrating and coordinating the engineering activities of all engineering disciplines and departments contributing to the project; Establishing and maintaining the engineering configuration, ensuring that the overall design intent and integrity is maintained throughout the design process;Establishing and maintaining the engineering organisational structure to meet the needs of the project, optimising the utilisation of the cross functional engineering teams;Ensuring that all design decisions are documented and traceable throughout the lifetime of the project, and managing the implementation of the design change process;Preparing the engineering aspects of the project Quality Programme and ensure compliance with the Engineering Process and project specific procedures as appropriate;Monitoring overall engineering performances (quality) against the project programme and budget and provide feedback to the Project Responsible Person;Ensuring that all technical issues and risks on the project are identified and maintaining the technical risk register, managing the action plan to address them and reporting to the Project Responsible Person;Co-ordinating the provision of engineering design support for successful construction, installation, commissioning and early operation;Expediting important technical decisions and approvals that may affect progress; Ensure the coordination of project generated design documents with those provided by subcontractors or equipment suppliers;Work closely with the Safety Case Manager to ensure the safety case strategy is adhered to and the necessary regulatory approvals for documentation are achieved; Establishing, maintaining and communicating the engineering programme, budget and work breakdown structure; Skills and QualificationsMust be Degree qualification in Electrical Engineering or Mechatronic. Other Qualifications might be considered depending on experience;Must has worked on complexed device manufacturing that has a large amount of small partsExperience in new product development;Full understanding of Manufacturing Process Development, Analytics and Risk Management and quality control;Must come out of a regulated manufacturing environment. Work Rights & SalaryMust have Permanent Residency or Australian Citizenship;Salary ($140,000 - $190,000) negotiable depending on experience; How to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed word cv. Welcome to call 72 hours after the application has been submitted - Vern - 0449 229 194At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Full time career opportunity for a R&D Manager / Integration Manager;International Medical Device company;Minum 5 years experience in the Manufacturing; This is a great opportunity for a R&D Manager / Integration Manager to lead new innovative medical device products. You will be managing and working closely with the engineering team, where you will lead by example. Role:To drive and manage the engineering resources required to deliver a large, complex cross functional engineering project to budget and schedule.The Engineering Integration Manager will have sufficient seniority, experience and skills to deal effectively with the Client and all technical stakeholders. The Engineering Integration Manager is the nominated Technically Responsible Person (TRP) and will act as the focal point for all technical issues. Accountabilities/ Responsibilities:Division and People Management;Integrating and coordinating the engineering activities of all engineering disciplines and departments contributing to the project; Establishing and maintaining the engineering configuration, ensuring that the overall design intent and integrity is maintained throughout the design process;Establishing and maintaining the engineering organisational structure to meet the needs of the project, optimising the utilisation of the cross functional engineering teams;Ensuring that all design decisions are documented and traceable throughout the lifetime of the project, and managing the implementation of the design change process;Preparing the engineering aspects of the project Quality Programme and ensure compliance with the Engineering Process and project specific procedures as appropriate;Monitoring overall engineering performances (quality) against the project programme and budget and provide feedback to the Project Responsible Person;Ensuring that all technical issues and risks on the project are identified and maintaining the technical risk register, managing the action plan to address them and reporting to the Project Responsible Person;Co-ordinating the provision of engineering design support for successful construction, installation, commissioning and early operation;Expediting important technical decisions and approvals that may affect progress; Ensure the coordination of project generated design documents with those provided by subcontractors or equipment suppliers;Work closely with the Safety Case Manager to ensure the safety case strategy is adhered to and the necessary regulatory approvals for documentation are achieved; Establishing, maintaining and communicating the engineering programme, budget and work breakdown structure; Skills and QualificationsMust be Degree qualification in Electrical Engineering or Mechatronic. Other Qualifications might be considered depending on experience;Must has worked on complexed device manufacturing that has a large amount of small partsExperience in new product development;Full understanding of Manufacturing Process Development, Analytics and Risk Management and quality control;Must come out of a regulated manufacturing environment. Work Rights & SalaryMust have Permanent Residency or Australian Citizenship;Salary ($140,000 - $190,000) negotiable depending on experience; How to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed word cv. Welcome to call 72 hours after the application has been submitted - Vern - 0449 229 194At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • penrith, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$52.00 - AU$54.00, per hour, superannuation
        • full-time
        The Role:Manage and resolve a caseload of complaintsAssess moderately complex complaints and perform conciliations as neededMonitor incoming complaints and status, ensuring high-risk complaints are resolved promptRequest relevant information to process complaintsPrepare complaints documentationCommunicate with a diverse group of stakeholders to facilitate the efficiency of the complaints handling processLiaise with managers regularly regarding caseloadWork in accordance with statutory provisions and legislative requirementsProvide coaching, mentoring and guidance to others About You:Experience in complaints or dispute resolution - mandatoryLeadership experience/ skillsHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Government experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disabilityMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Potential for contract extensionLocated conveniently near public transportDevelop your career in the public sector If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within*. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and potentially a Baseline Security Clearance. You will also be required to provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        The Role:Manage and resolve a caseload of complaintsAssess moderately complex complaints and perform conciliations as neededMonitor incoming complaints and status, ensuring high-risk complaints are resolved promptRequest relevant information to process complaintsPrepare complaints documentationCommunicate with a diverse group of stakeholders to facilitate the efficiency of the complaints handling processLiaise with managers regularly regarding caseloadWork in accordance with statutory provisions and legislative requirementsProvide coaching, mentoring and guidance to others About You:Experience in complaints or dispute resolution - mandatoryLeadership experience/ skillsHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Government experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disabilityMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Potential for contract extensionLocated conveniently near public transportDevelop your career in the public sector If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within*. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and potentially a Baseline Security Clearance. You will also be required to provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.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
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000, per year, package negotiable based on experience
        • full-time
        Join a growing food manufacturing company as a QA leaderGrow your career in the food & beverages industry Be a part of a successful business that produces quality products The Company A growing food manufacturing company based in Western Sydney supplying food service businesses with a wide range of and fresh food products. Our client is looking for a QA professional to join the growing team and oversee the food safety management on their production site. The Role Oversee all food safety and quality requirements by conducting routine site inspections and maintaining ongoing compliance in production facilityLiaise with all relevant stakeholder to ensure site meets regulatory requirements and manage the SQF system from end to end Ensure operations on production site is compliant with HACCP, GMP and WHSManage internal and external audits in line with company and accreditation standardsImplement and review all SOPs for production, packaging, labelling and storage of productsCoordinate Food Safety & Hygiene training for all production staff Address and record all quality issues and conduct risk assessments for site About You Minimum 3 years experience in similar role within the food production industryTertiary or relevant qualification in Food Science or similarStrong knowledge of Australian Food Standards, HACCP, SQF and other quality practicesExcellent verbal and written communication skillsHighly motivated and ability to work in a fast-paced environmentFull Australian work rights Apply now or call Puiyee Thye on 0428 751 002 for a further discussion regarding the role.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 growing food manufacturing company as a QA leaderGrow your career in the food & beverages industry Be a part of a successful business that produces quality products The Company A growing food manufacturing company based in Western Sydney supplying food service businesses with a wide range of and fresh food products. Our client is looking for a QA professional to join the growing team and oversee the food safety management on their production site. The Role Oversee all food safety and quality requirements by conducting routine site inspections and maintaining ongoing compliance in production facilityLiaise with all relevant stakeholder to ensure site meets regulatory requirements and manage the SQF system from end to end Ensure operations on production site is compliant with HACCP, GMP and WHSManage internal and external audits in line with company and accreditation standardsImplement and review all SOPs for production, packaging, labelling and storage of productsCoordinate Food Safety & Hygiene training for all production staff Address and record all quality issues and conduct risk assessments for site About You Minimum 3 years experience in similar role within the food production industryTertiary or relevant qualification in Food Science or similarStrong knowledge of Australian Food Standards, HACCP, SQF and other quality practicesExcellent verbal and written communication skillsHighly motivated and ability to work in a fast-paced environmentFull Australian work rights Apply now or call Puiyee Thye on 0428 751 002 for a further discussion regarding the role.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$130,000, per year, + bonus
        • full-time
        12 month fixed term contract, opportunity for extension The Finance Analyst - Financial Markets and Projects will essentially be a qualified Accountant with a Product Control or Banking background, plus exposure on some high profile Finance projects. The key responsibilities of the Finance Analyst include:Financial Control support across the daily reconciliation process Supporting key projects across product control reporting Involved in analysis design, build and testing Interface between the business and the IT function Working collaboratively and influencing key stakeholders across the business Regular reporting and updates on programme milestones and highlighting risk issues For the position of Finance Analyst - Financial Markets and Projects, the candidate requires the following skills: Product Control experience – qualified Accountant – CA, CPA Daily P&L reporting Project experience SQL and VBA advantageousKnowledge of financial markets and products Superior communication skills to engage with the business and the IT and project teamsIt is highly desired if the candidate has worked with Calypso/Murex trading platforms If you are interested in the position of Financial Analyst and have an Accounting background as well as exposure to change, project experience please apply today or call Gail Cunningham directly on 0434 745920.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.
        12 month fixed term contract, opportunity for extension The Finance Analyst - Financial Markets and Projects will essentially be a qualified Accountant with a Product Control or Banking background, plus exposure on some high profile Finance projects. The key responsibilities of the Finance Analyst include:Financial Control support across the daily reconciliation process Supporting key projects across product control reporting Involved in analysis design, build and testing Interface between the business and the IT function Working collaboratively and influencing key stakeholders across the business Regular reporting and updates on programme milestones and highlighting risk issues For the position of Finance Analyst - Financial Markets and Projects, the candidate requires the following skills: Product Control experience – qualified Accountant – CA, CPA Daily P&L reporting Project experience SQL and VBA advantageousKnowledge of financial markets and products Superior communication skills to engage with the business and the IT and project teamsIt is highly desired if the candidate has worked with Calypso/Murex trading platforms If you are interested in the position of Financial Analyst and have an Accounting background as well as exposure to change, project experience please apply today or call Gail Cunningham directly on 0434 745920.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
        • temporary
        • AU$35.00 - AU$40.00, per hour, super + company benefits
        • full-time
        This is a 6 month contract role working for a large financial institution based in Sydney's CBD. You will be part of a fast paced and high performing team processing the Australian payroll. This role is offering $300/day + super. Key responsibilities include:Contributing to the accurate and timely processing of the fortnightly australian payroll, ensuring a high degree of accuracySupport the resolutions of employee queries through in a timely mannerManage all job changes in the database Support the payroll team in management and resolution of technical escalations within the teamAchieve and/ or exceed individual performance expectations as per the set KPIsWork within company policy guidelines and flag any significant risk exposures to be resolvedAssist with any Payroll / HR projects e.g. data gathering, redesigning processes, preparation of process maps and procedures, etc. Relevant skills and experience for the role:3+ years experience with end to end payroll experience Ideally have exposure working in a high volume environmentLarger ERP system experience is a benefit, especially SAP exposureAbility to quickly and accurately interpret awards Excellent communication and customer services skills working with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to work in a fast paced environment and take on additional projects 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 is a 6 month contract role working for a large financial institution based in Sydney's CBD. You will be part of a fast paced and high performing team processing the Australian payroll. This role is offering $300/day + super. Key responsibilities include:Contributing to the accurate and timely processing of the fortnightly australian payroll, ensuring a high degree of accuracySupport the resolutions of employee queries through in a timely mannerManage all job changes in the database Support the payroll team in management and resolution of technical escalations within the teamAchieve and/ or exceed individual performance expectations as per the set KPIsWork within company policy guidelines and flag any significant risk exposures to be resolvedAssist with any Payroll / HR projects e.g. data gathering, redesigning processes, preparation of process maps and procedures, etc. Relevant skills and experience for the role:3+ years experience with end to end payroll experience Ideally have exposure working in a high volume environmentLarger ERP system experience is a benefit, especially SAP exposureAbility to quickly and accurately interpret awards Excellent communication and customer services skills working with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to work in a fast paced environment and take on additional projects At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$150,000 - AU$200,000 per year
        • full-time
        Civil Estimator We are recruiting for 2 experienced Civil Estimators to work for a client of ours. Our client are a top tier, leading multidisciplinary head contractor who specialise in bridge construction, structural concrete, highway upgrades and tunnel work The key responsibilities are:Prepare and coordinate first principle estimates, in conjunction with the estimating support team to successfully win projects with accurate cost allocations, up to date market knowledge and leads set, shared and adhered to create an exemplary safety culture Tender Management Ensure that Cash flows, programs, technical and risk/opportunity assessments are executed.Supervise the preparation of submission documentsParticipate in post tender negotiations Client & Subcontractor Relationship Management SKILLS AND EXPERIENCETo be successful it is essential that you are a tertiary qualified engineer with demonstrated experience in:Minimum of 5 years previous experience tendering for major projects Advanced Expert Estimation or other electronic estimating software Tertiary qualification in Engineering, Quantity Surveying or similar profession Extensive experience in first principle estimating for heavy civil constructionGood interpersonal and management skills Ability to prioritise and meet deadlinesIf you are looking to progress in your career and work for an industry leader, apply today by sending your resume across to - kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936 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.
        Civil Estimator We are recruiting for 2 experienced Civil Estimators to work for a client of ours. Our client are a top tier, leading multidisciplinary head contractor who specialise in bridge construction, structural concrete, highway upgrades and tunnel work The key responsibilities are:Prepare and coordinate first principle estimates, in conjunction with the estimating support team to successfully win projects with accurate cost allocations, up to date market knowledge and leads set, shared and adhered to create an exemplary safety culture Tender Management Ensure that Cash flows, programs, technical and risk/opportunity assessments are executed.Supervise the preparation of submission documentsParticipate in post tender negotiations Client & Subcontractor Relationship Management SKILLS AND EXPERIENCETo be successful it is essential that you are a tertiary qualified engineer with demonstrated experience in:Minimum of 5 years previous experience tendering for major projects Advanced Expert Estimation or other electronic estimating software Tertiary qualification in Engineering, Quantity Surveying or similar profession Extensive experience in first principle estimating for heavy civil constructionGood interpersonal and management skills Ability to prioritise and meet deadlinesIf you are looking to progress in your career and work for an industry leader, apply today by sending your resume across to - kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • newcastle, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$160,000 - AU$180,000 per year
        • full-time
        The company With many projects in hand and an exciting pipeline of projects on the horizon this national Civil Contractor is looking for an experienced Commercial Manager. This is a full-time opportunity to join a highly successful team dealing with a portfolio of long-term existing contracts as well as project-based work.Don’t miss this chance to join Australia's leading construction contractor, in a Newcastle based role.The role As the Commercial Manager, you are a key ingredient in managing and controlling the effective implementation of the commercial framework and processes. You will have extensive experience in managing a range of commercial and procurement projects and activities across different functional areas within a complex environment and the ability to coach and mentor your team to ensure the project's objectives are achieved. About you Relevant degree qualificationQuantity Surveying background a strong advantage Prior exposure to the civil or construction sectors including utilities would be highly advantageousUnderstanding of contract terms and conditions; variations approvals and recovery of claims.Awareness of project management, contract management, risk management and financial management principles utilised in the management of the projectDemonstrated ability to deliver outputs in a challenging environment and tight timeframesDemonstrated ability to proactively build relationships with project team membersAbility to assess information and prepare accurate reports and make precise and concise recommendations For more information please contact Emma Benson on 0426 900 063 or email emma.benson@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussionAt 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 company With many projects in hand and an exciting pipeline of projects on the horizon this national Civil Contractor is looking for an experienced Commercial Manager. This is a full-time opportunity to join a highly successful team dealing with a portfolio of long-term existing contracts as well as project-based work.Don’t miss this chance to join Australia's leading construction contractor, in a Newcastle based role.The role As the Commercial Manager, you are a key ingredient in managing and controlling the effective implementation of the commercial framework and processes. You will have extensive experience in managing a range of commercial and procurement projects and activities across different functional areas within a complex environment and the ability to coach and mentor your team to ensure the project's objectives are achieved. About you Relevant degree qualificationQuantity Surveying background a strong advantage Prior exposure to the civil or construction sectors including utilities would be highly advantageousUnderstanding of contract terms and conditions; variations approvals and recovery of claims.Awareness of project management, contract management, risk management and financial management principles utilised in the management of the projectDemonstrated ability to deliver outputs in a challenging environment and tight timeframesDemonstrated ability to proactively build relationships with project team membersAbility to assess information and prepare accurate reports and make precise and concise recommendations For more information please contact Emma Benson on 0426 900 063 or email emma.benson@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussionAt 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
        Your new company:Be part of one of the largest banks in Australia, with fantastic career opportunities! Your new role:Action cases and maintain after care of existing /closed / diary cases for Outward / AUD and ForeignPayment Investigations.Complying with Service Level Agreement standards for delivery and adhering to all policy and procedural guidelines.Reporting any unusual or difficult transactions and/or complaints to the Manager.Management reporting including internal communication to other areas and preparing write off submissions for managementPerforming additional tasks as directed by the Manager to achieve team goals and objectives.Complying with all escalation protocols to support Risk mitigation relating to cases and complaints.Undertake any other tasks as required that you have the capability to perform safely.Ensure that you comply with the Group’s Occupational Health and Safety policy, all other internal Group policies and procedures, and any relevant external legislative requirements.What you'll need to succeed:Highly developed organisational and administrative skillsExcellent phone manner and the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of seniorityHardworking, flexible, adaptable and the ability to work well in a collaborative team environmentDetail orientatedExpert multitasker Self-motivatedPrevious experience in a recruitment support or administrative role is highly desirable.What you'll get in returnGreat induction & onboardingFlexible working options Great career progression To find out more, you can reach me at Sinead.Buckley@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Your new company:Be part of one of the largest banks in Australia, with fantastic career opportunities! Your new role:Action cases and maintain after care of existing /closed / diary cases for Outward / AUD and ForeignPayment Investigations.Complying with Service Level Agreement standards for delivery and adhering to all policy and procedural guidelines.Reporting any unusual or difficult transactions and/or complaints to the Manager.Management reporting including internal communication to other areas and preparing write off submissions for managementPerforming additional tasks as directed by the Manager to achieve team goals and objectives.Complying with all escalation protocols to support Risk mitigation relating to cases and complaints.Undertake any other tasks as required that you have the capability to perform safely.Ensure that you comply with the Group’s Occupational Health and Safety policy, all other internal Group policies and procedures, and any relevant external legislative requirements.What you'll need to succeed:Highly developed organisational and administrative skillsExcellent phone manner and the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of seniorityHardworking, flexible, adaptable and the ability to work well in a collaborative team environmentDetail orientatedExpert multitasker Self-motivatedPrevious experience in a recruitment support or administrative role is highly desirable.What you'll get in returnGreat induction & onboardingFlexible working options Great career progression To find out more, you can reach me at Sinead.Buckley@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • excellant hourly rate
        • full-time
        Based southwest of Sydney, council is looking for an experienced PMO officer to join their newly created PMO team. Reporting to the PMO manager and working alongside a team of 3 you will be responsible for preparing scope of works including obtaining all necessary approval from relevant bodies, detailing forward delivery plans and budget estimates and managing and reporting on plan and budget performance. In this role you will be tasked with cost estimation of different activities, reviewing contractors’ management plans (traffic control plans, environmental, quality and WHS management plans) and assisting the project management office team. You will work with the wider project and design teams and other relevant stakeholders in the organisation to resolve issues with projects. You will review and manage business risk by providing regular updates and communication for both operational and capital projects that impact any related areas within the council and the community.To be successful in this role you will have engineering/construction or project management qualifications or have extensive experience working in a PMO office environment. You will have experience in data management and project management methodologies. If this is something that sparks your interest and you meet the above requirements, click "apply" below to submit your resume/application. If you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 or alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@randstad.com.au.If this role isn't quite right for you but you are looking for new opportunities please call for a confidential discussion on other roles we are recruiting.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.
        Based southwest of Sydney, council is looking for an experienced PMO officer to join their newly created PMO team. Reporting to the PMO manager and working alongside a team of 3 you will be responsible for preparing scope of works including obtaining all necessary approval from relevant bodies, detailing forward delivery plans and budget estimates and managing and reporting on plan and budget performance. In this role you will be tasked with cost estimation of different activities, reviewing contractors’ management plans (traffic control plans, environmental, quality and WHS management plans) and assisting the project management office team. You will work with the wider project and design teams and other relevant stakeholders in the organisation to resolve issues with projects. You will review and manage business risk by providing regular updates and communication for both operational and capital projects that impact any related areas within the council and the community.To be successful in this role you will have engineering/construction or project management qualifications or have extensive experience working in a PMO office environment. You will have experience in data management and project management methodologies. If this is something that sparks your interest and you meet the above requirements, click "apply" below to submit your resume/application. If you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 or alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@randstad.com.au.If this role isn't quite right for you but you are looking for new opportunities please call for a confidential discussion on other roles we are recruiting.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$150,000 - AU$160,000, per year, + super + bonus
        • full-time
        Managing a large and qualified Finance team responsible for delivery of external reporting and group reporting requirements. This is a big role and will offer the right candidate a step up in their career and trajectory to Financial Controller, a high performance environment, high standards and highly pressured but extremely rewarding. The opportunity of Manager, Statutory Reporting in Group Finance is a key position in meeting critical deadlines to support the external reporting requirements of the business. The key responsibilities of the Manager, Statutory Reporting are split into the following:Financial Reporting – monthly, quarterly and year end reporting , managing the external auditor relationship, interpretation and SME implementation of new accounting standardsKey Risk & Financial Controls - impacts on financial reporting and ensure that a robust control environment is in place. Stakeholder Management - Maintain strong working relationships within and outside of Finance Continuous improvements – identify and engage in change projects and drive continuous improvement initiatives to contribute to the strategic direction of statutory reporting People Management - Manage and support the team to build a team of staff that work cohesively in a high performance environment. The successful Manager, Statutory Reporting will have the following experience:5+ years experience of Financial Reporting experience, post qualified CA/CPA/CIMA (or equivalent)Insurance experience is essential, open to this combined with other industry Strong technical understanding of standards, IFRS 9, and IFRS 17 Experience leading change projects and leading a team with examples of successes Organised and hard working with an appreciation of working to deadlinesIf interested in applying to the Statutory Reporting Manager position please apply today, for further information please call Gail Cunningham on 0434 745920. 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.
        Managing a large and qualified Finance team responsible for delivery of external reporting and group reporting requirements. This is a big role and will offer the right candidate a step up in their career and trajectory to Financial Controller, a high performance environment, high standards and highly pressured but extremely rewarding. The opportunity of Manager, Statutory Reporting in Group Finance is a key position in meeting critical deadlines to support the external reporting requirements of the business. The key responsibilities of the Manager, Statutory Reporting are split into the following:Financial Reporting – monthly, quarterly and year end reporting , managing the external auditor relationship, interpretation and SME implementation of new accounting standardsKey Risk & Financial Controls - impacts on financial reporting and ensure that a robust control environment is in place. Stakeholder Management - Maintain strong working relationships within and outside of Finance Continuous improvements – identify and engage in change projects and drive continuous improvement initiatives to contribute to the strategic direction of statutory reporting People Management - Manage and support the team to build a team of staff that work cohesively in a high performance environment. The successful Manager, Statutory Reporting will have the following experience:5+ years experience of Financial Reporting experience, post qualified CA/CPA/CIMA (or equivalent)Insurance experience is essential, open to this combined with other industry Strong technical understanding of standards, IFRS 9, and IFRS 17 Experience leading change projects and leading a team with examples of successes Organised and hard working with an appreciation of working to deadlinesIf interested in applying to the Statutory Reporting Manager position please apply today, for further information please call Gail Cunningham on 0434 745920. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Data Science ManagerOur client are looking for a Data Scientist to join a newly developed team well established team where you will be involved in identifying opportunities to support our customers and business goals, as well as taking on various regular tasks that support the team. Collaboration with peers, other analysts and wider stakeholders will be key. There is also the opportunity to work alongside key strategic partners and lead a team of 2-3 Data Scientist. Responsibilities: Create analytical tools and models to quantify various value driven initiatives and ensure their operational outcomeSource data from a variety of sources to combine, synthesise and analyse to generate insightsAddress and solve complex business issues using large amounts of dataLead a team of Data ScientistQuickly understand the behaviour (expected/unexpected) of large data setsDraw out insights and present outcomes for data driven decision makingClearly communicate and present ideas and outcomes to stakeholdersWork with analytics partners to provision data and shape insightsActively participate in standups, Sprint Planning, Showcases and Retrospective ceremonies Experience & needed: 8+ years of demonstrated execution in a data science roleExperience working with Senior stakeholders bank-widePredictive and financial modelling and marketing analytics experienceDemonstrated knowledge and experience in developing machine learning models on forecasting, churn prediction, risk and attribution modelling.Demonstrable knowledge and experience with Machine learning (supervised and unsupervised) – using either Python, R, SQL, Jupyter, TensorFlow, Apache Spark or a combination thereofEngineering principles such as data sourcing, cleansing, joining and ETLYou have knowledge and experience with base analytic tools such PowerBI and TableauYou have strong business acumen and can translate data insights into practical and actionable recommendationsStrong attention to detail and focus on qualityAbility to communicate data and insights visually to a broad audience If you meet the criteria and would like to learn more about this please click “APPLY” or send your resume to darren.ruane@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.
        Data Science ManagerOur client are looking for a Data Scientist to join a newly developed team well established team where you will be involved in identifying opportunities to support our customers and business goals, as well as taking on various regular tasks that support the team. Collaboration with peers, other analysts and wider stakeholders will be key. There is also the opportunity to work alongside key strategic partners and lead a team of 2-3 Data Scientist. Responsibilities: Create analytical tools and models to quantify various value driven initiatives and ensure their operational outcomeSource data from a variety of sources to combine, synthesise and analyse to generate insightsAddress and solve complex business issues using large amounts of dataLead a team of Data ScientistQuickly understand the behaviour (expected/unexpected) of large data setsDraw out insights and present outcomes for data driven decision makingClearly communicate and present ideas and outcomes to stakeholdersWork with analytics partners to provision data and shape insightsActively participate in standups, Sprint Planning, Showcases and Retrospective ceremonies Experience & needed: 8+ years of demonstrated execution in a data science roleExperience working with Senior stakeholders bank-widePredictive and financial modelling and marketing analytics experienceDemonstrated knowledge and experience in developing machine learning models on forecasting, churn prediction, risk and attribution modelling.Demonstrable knowledge and experience with Machine learning (supervised and unsupervised) – using either Python, R, SQL, Jupyter, TensorFlow, Apache Spark or a combination thereofEngineering principles such as data sourcing, cleansing, joining and ETLYou have knowledge and experience with base analytic tools such PowerBI and TableauYou have strong business acumen and can translate data insights into practical and actionable recommendationsStrong attention to detail and focus on qualityAbility to communicate data and insights visually to a broad audience If you meet the criteria and would like to learn more about this please click “APPLY” or send your resume to darren.ruane@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
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Data Scientist Our client are looking for a Data Scientist to join a newly developed team well established team where you will be involved in identifying opportunities to support our customers and business goals, as well as taking on various regular tasks that support the team. Collaboration with peers, other analysts and wider stakeholders will be key. Responsibilities:Create analytical tools and models to quantify various value driven initiatives and ensure their operational outcomeSource data from a variety of sources to combine, synthesise and analyse to generate insightsAddress and solve complex business issues using large amounts of dataLead a team of Data ScientistQuickly understand the behaviour (expected/unexpected) of large data setsDraw out insights and present outcomes for data driven decision makingClearly communicate and present ideas and outcomes to stakeholdersWork with analytics partners to provision data and shape insightsActively participate in standups, Sprint Planning, Showcases and Retrospective ceremonies Experience & needed:2+ years of demonstrated execution in a data science roleExperience working with Senior stakeholders bank-widePredictive and financial modelling and marketing analytics experienceDemonstrated knowledge and experience in developing machine learning models on forecasting, churn prediction, risk and attribution modelling.Demonstrable knowledge and experience with Machine learning (supervised and unsupervised) – using either Python, R, SQL, Jupyter, TensorFlow, Apache Spark or a combination thereofEngineering principles such as data sourcing, cleansing, joining and ETLYou have knowledge and experience with base analytic tools such PowerBI and TableauYou have strong business acumen and can translate data insights into practical and actionable recommendationsStrong attention to detail and focus on qualityAbility to communicate data and insights visually to a broad audience If you meet the criteria and would like to learn more about this please click “APPLY” or send your resume to darren.ruane@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.
        Data Scientist Our client are looking for a Data Scientist to join a newly developed team well established team where you will be involved in identifying opportunities to support our customers and business goals, as well as taking on various regular tasks that support the team. Collaboration with peers, other analysts and wider stakeholders will be key. Responsibilities:Create analytical tools and models to quantify various value driven initiatives and ensure their operational outcomeSource data from a variety of sources to combine, synthesise and analyse to generate insightsAddress and solve complex business issues using large amounts of dataLead a team of Data ScientistQuickly understand the behaviour (expected/unexpected) of large data setsDraw out insights and present outcomes for data driven decision makingClearly communicate and present ideas and outcomes to stakeholdersWork with analytics partners to provision data and shape insightsActively participate in standups, Sprint Planning, Showcases and Retrospective ceremonies Experience & needed:2+ years of demonstrated execution in a data science roleExperience working with Senior stakeholders bank-widePredictive and financial modelling and marketing analytics experienceDemonstrated knowledge and experience in developing machine learning models on forecasting, churn prediction, risk and attribution modelling.Demonstrable knowledge and experience with Machine learning (supervised and unsupervised) – using either Python, R, SQL, Jupyter, TensorFlow, Apache Spark or a combination thereofEngineering principles such as data sourcing, cleansing, joining and ETLYou have knowledge and experience with base analytic tools such PowerBI and TableauYou have strong business acumen and can translate data insights into practical and actionable recommendationsStrong attention to detail and focus on qualityAbility to communicate data and insights visually to a broad audience If you meet the criteria and would like to learn more about this please click “APPLY” or send your resume to darren.ruane@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.
        • potts point, new south wales
        • temporary
        • full-time
        Are you an experienced Emergency Response Team Member? This role is based on a naval base and will see you working in a team consisting of a variety of tasks. As an Emergency Response Team Member you will have the main responsibilities of response related activities conducted within tanks, pits, voids and confined space. This role is offering competitive rates with overtime available. The roleBring your top notch response team skills to this new role. Your role with involve the following but not limited to;assistance in assessing risksreadying rescue equipmentplanning practical and effective solutions towards safe working practicesin cases of accidents, locating the patient, assessing any injuries, packaging for extrication, removing patient To be successful for the role Previous experience within a Confined Space and Emergency Response roleTraining in high risk activities such as working at heights, confined space and rescue trainingVertical Rescue Operator, Working with Heights and Confined Space ticketsKnowledge of Fire Suppression and Fire Extinguisher usageYou will be required to pass a National Police Check and be eligible for a Defence Security Clearance. Why choose Randstad for your next contract?As a contractor with Randstad we provide you with a number of discounts & perks on phone plans, healthcare & retail. Some of these are: up to 8% off movie tickets Up to 9% off at variety of retailers including Supercheap Auto, BCF, Rebel Sports, Witchery, Sunglass Hut and more 5% off Coles, Woolworths, Target, Kmart, CaltexPlus more How to applyUse the apply button if you are ready to apply. If you are interested but do not have an updated resume. Email us at thalesinhouse@randstad.com.au with details of your current employment and suitability. If you are able to demonstrate the required skills we will give you a call to complete the application. 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 Emergency Response Team Member? This role is based on a naval base and will see you working in a team consisting of a variety of tasks. As an Emergency Response Team Member you will have the main responsibilities of response related activities conducted within tanks, pits, voids and confined space. This role is offering competitive rates with overtime available. The roleBring your top notch response team skills to this new role. Your role with involve the following but not limited to;assistance in assessing risksreadying rescue equipmentplanning practical and effective solutions towards safe working practicesin cases of accidents, locating the patient, assessing any injuries, packaging for extrication, removing patient To be successful for the role Previous experience within a Confined Space and Emergency Response roleTraining in high risk activities such as working at heights, confined space and rescue trainingVertical Rescue Operator, Working with Heights and Confined Space ticketsKnowledge of Fire Suppression and Fire Extinguisher usageYou will be required to pass a National Police Check and be eligible for a Defence Security Clearance. Why choose Randstad for your next contract?As a contractor with Randstad we provide you with a number of discounts & perks on phone plans, healthcare & retail. Some of these are: up to 8% off movie tickets Up to 9% off at variety of retailers including Supercheap Auto, BCF, Rebel Sports, Witchery, Sunglass Hut and more 5% off Coles, Woolworths, Target, Kmart, CaltexPlus more How to applyUse the apply button if you are ready to apply. If you are interested but do not have an updated resume. Email us at thalesinhouse@randstad.com.au with details of your current employment and suitability. If you are able to demonstrate the required skills we will give you a call to complete the application. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$750 - AU$1,250, per day, super
        • full-time
        We have multiple opportunities for Project Directors and Senior Project Directors to Join NSW Government for 6-12 month contracts!Based in Sydney CBD/Work from home 6-12 month contractsASAP startAbout the Opportunity: As a Senior Project Director, you will be assisting the director on major education construction projects within the infrastructure planning team. This will include:Overseeing the project lifecycle from project initiation, strategic planning and business case development through to construction delivery and operations for major and minor works programs, including new and refurbished facilities, to ensure that all project activities, gateway and milestones are achieved within project and contract specifications and completed with minimal disruption to normal school business activity.Oversee the development of strategic options and value management/value engineering processes including workshops and reporting, through the business case, master planning and concept design development phases, to ensure that the project scope meets the educational service need and represents value for money for the government.Ensure adherence to department safety, governance, probity, risk, procurement and project gateway and reporting frameworks to identify and minimise financial, reputational and program/service delivery risks thus ensuring effective program of work infrastructure planning, reporting and delivery. About the ideal candidate:Qualifications in Engineering, Project Management, Architecture, Planning or a relevant degree Adept in project assurance review, proven experience writing business cases including exposure to external Infrastructure NSW Infrastructure Investor Assurance Framework (IIAF) and Gateway Assurance Reviews.Social infrastructure and NSW Government experience is favourableWhat’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling service If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.au or apply below. 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 have multiple opportunities for Project Directors and Senior Project Directors to Join NSW Government for 6-12 month contracts!Based in Sydney CBD/Work from home 6-12 month contractsASAP startAbout the Opportunity: As a Senior Project Director, you will be assisting the director on major education construction projects within the infrastructure planning team. This will include:Overseeing the project lifecycle from project initiation, strategic planning and business case development through to construction delivery and operations for major and minor works programs, including new and refurbished facilities, to ensure that all project activities, gateway and milestones are achieved within project and contract specifications and completed with minimal disruption to normal school business activity.Oversee the development of strategic options and value management/value engineering processes including workshops and reporting, through the business case, master planning and concept design development phases, to ensure that the project scope meets the educational service need and represents value for money for the government.Ensure adherence to department safety, governance, probity, risk, procurement and project gateway and reporting frameworks to identify and minimise financial, reputational and program/service delivery risks thus ensuring effective program of work infrastructure planning, reporting and delivery. About the ideal candidate:Qualifications in Engineering, Project Management, Architecture, Planning or a relevant degree Adept in project assurance review, proven experience writing business cases including exposure to external Infrastructure NSW Infrastructure Investor Assurance Framework (IIAF) and Gateway Assurance Reviews.Social infrastructure and NSW Government experience is favourableWhat’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling service If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$100,000, per year, additional benefits
        • full-time
        Role overviewAn Allied Health Practice (Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Dietetics, Podiatry, and Occupational Therapy) that provides in clinic and mobile services to children and adults. The mixed caseloads and the multiple settings in which they work ensure that our therapists are constantly provided with opportunities to develop their skills across many areas.By meeting with this client recently, we understand this opportunity to be suitable for occupational therapists with little experience to join a wider team where they will be supported to do the role fully. Alternatively, as the 2 Directors specialise in other professions (Speech and physio) they would be interested to speak to someone who wants to come in at a leadership level as well. About the opportunity:An opportunity for an Occupational Therapist to join the dedicated Occupational Therapy team in for clinic / school based work in the western suburbs of Sydney. The position is for 4 to 5 days per week (hours on these days are flexible). This is either a Full time or contractor position. Duties include:Clinical assessments and treatment of physical, developmental and neurological conditionsAssessment and prescription of aids and equipment to improve independent living skills e.g. hoists, mobile commode, wheelchairsCapable of a variety therapeutic based approaches (gross motor, fine motor, sensory skills, cognitive skills, attention skills etc.)Focus on building relationships and assisting people day to day with effective communication and serviceEnvironmental assessments and home modifications to minimise the risk of falls and improve accessAssessment of clients mobility and control when moving in their environments Essential CriteriaQualification in Occupational Therapy.Current drivers licenceAHPRA registration.Current Working with Children Check.National Police ClearanceCurrent First Aid QualificationsPaediatric experience is desirable, but not essential. What you will get in return:Full support and supervision. Not left to tackle complex cases on your ownA generous hourly rate / salary for graduate levelLearn of a well-established team of OTs, and work closely with other allied health professionalsWell Equipped Practice - Heavily invested in best-practice infrastructure and processesSupportive and inclusive team environmentFlexible hours to suit your schedule What to do next:If this sounds like something you could see yourself doing, click 'apply' and the consultant will be in touch to discuss further. If you have any questions about the role, or want to know about other opportunities in the allied health market, then contact Gary Stuart on the details below. By working closely with our candidates, we ensure we only put you forward for the right roles. t 0466 644 381e gary.stuart@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.
        Role overviewAn Allied Health Practice (Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Dietetics, Podiatry, and Occupational Therapy) that provides in clinic and mobile services to children and adults. The mixed caseloads and the multiple settings in which they work ensure that our therapists are constantly provided with opportunities to develop their skills across many areas.By meeting with this client recently, we understand this opportunity to be suitable for occupational therapists with little experience to join a wider team where they will be supported to do the role fully. Alternatively, as the 2 Directors specialise in other professions (Speech and physio) they would be interested to speak to someone who wants to come in at a leadership level as well. About the opportunity:An opportunity for an Occupational Therapist to join the dedicated Occupational Therapy team in for clinic / school based work in the western suburbs of Sydney. The position is for 4 to 5 days per week (hours on these days are flexible). This is either a Full time or contractor position. Duties include:Clinical assessments and treatment of physical, developmental and neurological conditionsAssessment and prescription of aids and equipment to improve independent living skills e.g. hoists, mobile commode, wheelchairsCapable of a variety therapeutic based approaches (gross motor, fine motor, sensory skills, cognitive skills, attention skills etc.)Focus on building relationships and assisting people day to day with effective communication and serviceEnvironmental assessments and home modifications to minimise the risk of falls and improve accessAssessment of clients mobility and control when moving in their environments Essential CriteriaQualification in Occupational Therapy.Current drivers licenceAHPRA registration.Current Working with Children Check.National Police ClearanceCurrent First Aid QualificationsPaediatric experience is desirable, but not essential. What you will get in return:Full support and supervision. Not left to tackle complex cases on your ownA generous hourly rate / salary for graduate levelLearn of a well-established team of OTs, and work closely with other allied health professionalsWell Equipped Practice - Heavily invested in best-practice infrastructure and processesSupportive and inclusive team environmentFlexible hours to suit your schedule What to do next:If this sounds like something you could see yourself doing, click 'apply' and the consultant will be in touch to discuss further. If you have any questions about the role, or want to know about other opportunities in the allied health market, then contact Gary Stuart on the details below. By working closely with our candidates, we ensure we only put you forward for the right roles. t 0466 644 381e gary.stuart@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
        • permanent
        • AU$90,000 - AU$120,000, per year, car + benefits + Super
        • full-time
        3 Permanent Opportunities Available In Transport, Logistics & Supply ChainLogistics/ Supply Chain Manager: $115k + car + benefitsAccount/ Project Manager - $120k + car + SuperSafety & Compliance - $85k + SuperAbout The CompanyLogistics & Supply Chain Manager role exists with an International chemical co in Western Sydney. A global leader in science and technology, focused on improving the aspects of daily life. Account/ Project Manager & a Safety/ Compliance Officer required for a National supply chain & logistics company situated in the West, transporting various goods throughout Australia. About the RolesLogistics/ Supply Chain Manager: You will be the primary contact in charge of dealing with logistics and transport companies and suppliers. You will be qualified and have experience in transporting dangerous goods, with a focus on exporting to Australasia. Accounts/ Project Manager: assisting the State Manager with tendering new contracts, managing accounts and incidentsSafety & Compliance Coordinator: Work closely with senior management and driver train to ensure safety & compliance is maintained in all work practices Your duties will include: Logistics/ Supply Chain Manager: A hands-on, busy role focused on Logistics & Inventory planning and controlManaging 3 Direct ReportsStakeholder management with national warehouses, suppliers, customers & 3PL to maximize their satisfaction and the effectiveness of the logistics process.Accounts/ Project Manager: Assist with tendering new contracts, new work implementation, procedure development & incident management.Opportunity to grow into State Manager roleSafety & Compliance Coordinator:Ensure employee management systems are up to dateAssist with Training Matrix Develop and review procedures/SWOPs etcConduct Risk Assessments The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Experience with transporting Dangerous Goods is essentialRelevant qualifications are beneficial Strong track record of leadership, influencing and project management skillsStrong stakeholder management, communications and interpersonal skills Next stepsIf you are ready to submit your resume please select “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. 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.
        3 Permanent Opportunities Available In Transport, Logistics & Supply ChainLogistics/ Supply Chain Manager: $115k + car + benefitsAccount/ Project Manager - $120k + car + SuperSafety & Compliance - $85k + SuperAbout The CompanyLogistics & Supply Chain Manager role exists with an International chemical co in Western Sydney. A global leader in science and technology, focused on improving the aspects of daily life. Account/ Project Manager & a Safety/ Compliance Officer required for a National supply chain & logistics company situated in the West, transporting various goods throughout Australia. About the RolesLogistics/ Supply Chain Manager: You will be the primary contact in charge of dealing with logistics and transport companies and suppliers. You will be qualified and have experience in transporting dangerous goods, with a focus on exporting to Australasia. Accounts/ Project Manager: assisting the State Manager with tendering new contracts, managing accounts and incidentsSafety & Compliance Coordinator: Work closely with senior management and driver train to ensure safety & compliance is maintained in all work practices Your duties will include: Logistics/ Supply Chain Manager: A hands-on, busy role focused on Logistics & Inventory planning and controlManaging 3 Direct ReportsStakeholder management with national warehouses, suppliers, customers & 3PL to maximize their satisfaction and the effectiveness of the logistics process.Accounts/ Project Manager: Assist with tendering new contracts, new work implementation, procedure development & incident management.Opportunity to grow into State Manager roleSafety & Compliance Coordinator:Ensure employee management systems are up to dateAssist with Training Matrix Develop and review procedures/SWOPs etcConduct Risk Assessments The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Experience with transporting Dangerous Goods is essentialRelevant qualifications are beneficial Strong track record of leadership, influencing and project management skillsStrong stakeholder management, communications and interpersonal skills Next stepsIf you are ready to submit your resume please select “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. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Director, Quantitative Engineering Position Overview:You will deliver insights and analysis regarding trading and sales, utilizing advanced analytical skills to allow the business to maximize profitable growth and customer satisfaction outcomes using analytical tools such as Tableau and python. Delivering actionable analytical insights will contribute to improving operations and optimization of our customers’ experience. Job Requirements:This role will be responsible for implementing solutions to provide insights on trading and sales to both front line staff and stakeholders. The candidate is expected to be an ambitious talented programmer and valuable team player.Analyzing Financial markets data and developing tools for end users to gain insightsDesigning and developing more efficient data flows– from collecting and generating valuable datasets for different areas of IB&MEnsure strategic delivery, whilst deriving more immediate value along the journey.Ensure strong foundations underpin technology solutions for scale, identifying process to automate and enhance data quality used in modelling.Autonomously solve complex problems using your technical expertise as a differentiating factor.Engage with IB&M sales, trading and structuring peers to manage expectations.Strong attention to detail.Experience and Qualifications neededWith a background in credit risk management, you have experience with industry best practice tools and techniques/statistical portfolio management. Known for having an enquiring mind, you aren’t shy about asking questions when there is ambiguity and pride yourself on your continuous improvement mindset.In addition, you will have:Strong Analytical and numerical skillsStrong Python SkillsExperience with document based and relational databases (e.g. mongo/postgres)Knowledge of data at scale toolsets (Apache Spark / Amazon EMR or equivalent)API documentation(Open API), API gateways (Kong)A good understanding of financial markets productsUnderstand the value in defining data / process via automatable workflows (e.g. via BPMN)Tertiary qualifications in a numerate, engineering discipline or relevant industry experience. Qualifications in Computer Science/Statistics/Financial Mathematics preferredio / Quartz / SecDb experienceREACT JavaScript knowledge What’s On OfferTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below or send to Darren Ruane at darren.ruane@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.
        Director, Quantitative Engineering Position Overview:You will deliver insights and analysis regarding trading and sales, utilizing advanced analytical skills to allow the business to maximize profitable growth and customer satisfaction outcomes using analytical tools such as Tableau and python. Delivering actionable analytical insights will contribute to improving operations and optimization of our customers’ experience. Job Requirements:This role will be responsible for implementing solutions to provide insights on trading and sales to both front line staff and stakeholders. The candidate is expected to be an ambitious talented programmer and valuable team player.Analyzing Financial markets data and developing tools for end users to gain insightsDesigning and developing more efficient data flows– from collecting and generating valuable datasets for different areas of IB&MEnsure strategic delivery, whilst deriving more immediate value along the journey.Ensure strong foundations underpin technology solutions for scale, identifying process to automate and enhance data quality used in modelling.Autonomously solve complex problems using your technical expertise as a differentiating factor.Engage with IB&M sales, trading and structuring peers to manage expectations.Strong attention to detail.Experience and Qualifications neededWith a background in credit risk management, you have experience with industry best practice tools and techniques/statistical portfolio management. Known for having an enquiring mind, you aren’t shy about asking questions when there is ambiguity and pride yourself on your continuous improvement mindset.In addition, you will have:Strong Analytical and numerical skillsStrong Python SkillsExperience with document based and relational databases (e.g. mongo/postgres)Knowledge of data at scale toolsets (Apache Spark / Amazon EMR or equivalent)API documentation(Open API), API gateways (Kong)A good understanding of financial markets productsUnderstand the value in defining data / process via automatable workflows (e.g. via BPMN)Tertiary qualifications in a numerate, engineering discipline or relevant industry experience. Qualifications in Computer Science/Statistics/Financial Mathematics preferredio / Quartz / SecDb experienceREACT JavaScript knowledge What’s On OfferTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below or send to Darren Ruane at darren.ruane@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
        • temporary
        • AU$63.00 - AU$72.89, per hour, + Super
        • full-time
        Federal Government Department requires an experienced Senior Communications professional with extensive Project Management and Health care experience for a 12 month contract. This role will focus on undertaking projects relating to the clinical trials sector, clinical quality registries and other health sector related projects as required. This will include project management, over-sighting the production of any publications, stakeholder management, facilitation of meetings, preparation of project documentation and collaborating with other relevant programs. This role will initially be part time for the first two months and then go to full time after that. Candidates welcome to apply for both part time and full-time hours or solely one or the other. Key AccountabilitiesUndertake project management activities including project planning and documentation, implementation, monitoring and reporting on progress; providing recommendations about managing risk, and identifying and resolving problemsPrepare high-quality reports, briefs and other documents for a range of audiences on relevant health care variation issuesUndertake the production of any publications including editing and design, and oversight the work of external vendors for editing, design and print servicesUndertake and oversight the development of the online presentation of key publications on the Commission’s websiteLiaise, and foster productive working relationships with other agencies, clinical organisations, consumer groups, government authorities, industry bodies and contractors for consultationsParticipate in, and present to, committee meetings, forums and workshops on relevant topicsKey Requirements:Highly developed written communication skills including report production and writing for the webExtensive experience in project managementCommunication, stakeholder engagement and relationship managementRelevant tertiary qualifications in health and/or public healthExcellent project management experience relevant to safety and quality, health care and/or health care variationExperience in designing and producing online and/or print reports and website contentDemonstrated excellent writing skills, including the ability to write high quality documents for a variety of audiences and in different formatsExcellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated ability to consult, liaise, negotiate and develop productive working relationships with a wide range of individuals and a wide variety of stakeholdersA high level of knowledge and comprehensive understanding of key safety and quality issuesBasic design skills and knowledge of InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop highly desirable If this role sounds like you please apply now or email Sarah at sarah.robinson@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.
        Federal Government Department requires an experienced Senior Communications professional with extensive Project Management and Health care experience for a 12 month contract. This role will focus on undertaking projects relating to the clinical trials sector, clinical quality registries and other health sector related projects as required. This will include project management, over-sighting the production of any publications, stakeholder management, facilitation of meetings, preparation of project documentation and collaborating with other relevant programs. This role will initially be part time for the first two months and then go to full time after that. Candidates welcome to apply for both part time and full-time hours or solely one or the other. Key AccountabilitiesUndertake project management activities including project planning and documentation, implementation, monitoring and reporting on progress; providing recommendations about managing risk, and identifying and resolving problemsPrepare high-quality reports, briefs and other documents for a range of audiences on relevant health care variation issuesUndertake the production of any publications including editing and design, and oversight the work of external vendors for editing, design and print servicesUndertake and oversight the development of the online presentation of key publications on the Commission’s websiteLiaise, and foster productive working relationships with other agencies, clinical organisations, consumer groups, government authorities, industry bodies and contractors for consultationsParticipate in, and present to, committee meetings, forums and workshops on relevant topicsKey Requirements:Highly developed written communication skills including report production and writing for the webExtensive experience in project managementCommunication, stakeholder engagement and relationship managementRelevant tertiary qualifications in health and/or public healthExcellent project management experience relevant to safety and quality, health care and/or health care variationExperience in designing and producing online and/or print reports and website contentDemonstrated excellent writing skills, including the ability to write high quality documents for a variety of audiences and in different formatsExcellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated ability to consult, liaise, negotiate and develop productive working relationships with a wide range of individuals and a wide variety of stakeholdersA high level of knowledge and comprehensive understanding of key safety and quality issuesBasic design skills and knowledge of InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop highly desirable If this role sounds like you please apply now or email Sarah at sarah.robinson@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
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$140,000, per year, Vehicle, Phone, Laptop
        • full-time
        Project engineers / Site engineers Seeking multiple, experienced Project engineers / Site engineers to work for a top tier contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, UtilitIes and Highway projects across NSW The role My clients are offering an opportunity to join a progressive company in a full time capacity, essentially becoming a core part of the team on site so you will be entering into a very secure role. Their team is highly engaged, friendly and focused on working together to achieve their goals of delivering safe projects on time and on budget. Your key accountabilities will include (but will not be limited to): Coordinate and administer construction engineering activities to ensure that projects are implemented in accordance with plans, designs, and specificationsPrepare invoices – monthly or as project dictatedParticipate in weekly staff meetingsTraining – carryout new start induction training.Assist with the preparation of site construction budgets and reportsMonitor construction progress for adherence to programme and report to the Site Manager or Project ManagerInterpret designs and implementations in construction projectsContribute to improvements to existing designsDemonstrate financial management skills and commercial acumen when making decisionsManaging subcontract resources, negotiating rates and ensuring sub contractors and suppliers are compliant with relevant environmental/safety requirements;Assign work and assist with reviews for accuracy and adherence to required standardsExecute working knowledge of contractual and legislation relevant to the projectUndertake quantitative and qualitative safety, environmental, and quality risk assessment to ensure acceptable quality of structures and finishesAnalyse and use document and record management, progress, and project performance reporting compliance reportingExperience required Specialist experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of Industry relevant tertiary qualifications in construction/civil/mechanical engineeringproject management.Minimum of 5 years in project engineering with project management knowledge and understanding with experience in the construction/heavy engineering sectorsCompetent in planning and organising work schedules and a demonstrated ability to deliver to timelinesWorking knowledge of HS&E requirementsSelf-confident and able to persuade, convince or impress others in order to gain their commitment and co-operation to a course of actionCompetent in understanding and promoting HS&E imperatives and proceduresSound negotiation and problem-solving skills, clear communication verbal and writtenBe a permanent resident of AustraliaIn return you will get Professional developmentBonus schemeWork on some of the most sought after projects across NSWGreat team cultureHealth Cover discount programFlu Vaccination Clinic and more....To apply, please send your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936 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.
        Project engineers / Site engineers Seeking multiple, experienced Project engineers / Site engineers to work for a top tier contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, UtilitIes and Highway projects across NSW The role My clients are offering an opportunity to join a progressive company in a full time capacity, essentially becoming a core part of the team on site so you will be entering into a very secure role. Their team is highly engaged, friendly and focused on working together to achieve their goals of delivering safe projects on time and on budget. Your key accountabilities will include (but will not be limited to): Coordinate and administer construction engineering activities to ensure that projects are implemented in accordance with plans, designs, and specificationsPrepare invoices – monthly or as project dictatedParticipate in weekly staff meetingsTraining – carryout new start induction training.Assist with the preparation of site construction budgets and reportsMonitor construction progress for adherence to programme and report to the Site Manager or Project ManagerInterpret designs and implementations in construction projectsContribute to improvements to existing designsDemonstrate financial management skills and commercial acumen when making decisionsManaging subcontract resources, negotiating rates and ensuring sub contractors and suppliers are compliant with relevant environmental/safety requirements;Assign work and assist with reviews for accuracy and adherence to required standardsExecute working knowledge of contractual and legislation relevant to the projectUndertake quantitative and qualitative safety, environmental, and quality risk assessment to ensure acceptable quality of structures and finishesAnalyse and use document and record management, progress, and project performance reporting compliance reportingExperience required Specialist experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of Industry relevant tertiary qualifications in construction/civil/mechanical engineeringproject management.Minimum of 5 years in project engineering with project management knowledge and understanding with experience in the construction/heavy engineering sectorsCompetent in planning and organising work schedules and a demonstrated ability to deliver to timelinesWorking knowledge of HS&E requirementsSelf-confident and able to persuade, convince or impress others in order to gain their commitment and co-operation to a course of actionCompetent in understanding and promoting HS&E imperatives and proceduresSound negotiation and problem-solving skills, clear communication verbal and writtenBe a permanent resident of AustraliaIn return you will get Professional developmentBonus schemeWork on some of the most sought after projects across NSWGreat team cultureHealth Cover discount programFlu Vaccination Clinic and more....To apply, please send your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936 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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