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      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      This business has a steady team, and a stable pipeline of work, enjoying continued growth through increased demand throughout covid. They are an ethical organisation - sourcing raw materials with the highest level of integrity and ingenuity, ensuring continuity of supply, and job security for their workforce. You will join an experienced, small and close knit procurement/category team and be afford the flexibility of WFH days. Your manager will trust and empower you to deliver results and improvements across purchasing & supply chain. This role is offered on a contract basis initially, with the option for extension or permanency. Key responsibilities:Purchasing/sourcing across multiple categories including goods & servicesManagement of existing preferred suppliers, ensuring mutually beneficial relationships and driving added value for the organisation and its customersAnalysis and reporting of supplier performance, supply chain risks and procurement activities to identify opportunities for improvement and savings The successful applicant will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in a purchasing, supply chain or category management role where you have procured raw materials/dry goodsERP experience essentialYou will be passionate about achieving procurement outcomes and eager to work with all parts of the business to find a solution for your customers and the end user of the productFor the opportunity to be considered for this contract opportunity, please submit your up to date CV and covering letter to Randstad's procurement & supply chain specialist, Rachel Homer via the 'apply now' adjacent to the advert or call 8150 7034 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This business has a steady team, and a stable pipeline of work, enjoying continued growth through increased demand throughout covid. They are an ethical organisation - sourcing raw materials with the highest level of integrity and ingenuity, ensuring continuity of supply, and job security for their workforce. You will join an experienced, small and close knit procurement/category team and be afford the flexibility of WFH days. Your manager will trust and empower you to deliver results and improvements across purchasing & supply chain. This role is offered on a contract basis initially, with the option for extension or permanency. Key responsibilities:Purchasing/sourcing across multiple categories including goods & servicesManagement of existing preferred suppliers, ensuring mutually beneficial relationships and driving added value for the organisation and its customersAnalysis and reporting of supplier performance, supply chain risks and procurement activities to identify opportunities for improvement and savings The successful applicant will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in a purchasing, supply chain or category management role where you have procured raw materials/dry goodsERP experience essentialYou will be passionate about achieving procurement outcomes and eager to work with all parts of the business to find a solution for your customers and the end user of the productFor the opportunity to be considered for this contract opportunity, please submit your up to date CV and covering letter to Randstad's procurement & supply chain specialist, Rachel Homer via the 'apply now' adjacent to the advert or call 8150 7034 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$120,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Warehouse & Supply Chain ManagerRetailer selling Luxury Designer BrandsPermanent role supporting the CEO & COOHighly negotiable salary packageAbout The CompanyA company selling Luxury couture sold in exclusive boutiques and online stores to the Australian and American markets. About the RoleJoin a company in their rapidly growing phase and you will play a significant role in the transformation of a brand throughout Australia. Your wealth of knowledge and experience in the local supply chain sector and ecommerce will pave the way and strengthen the brand, in an office environment located in Sydney.Your duties will include: Review bills of lading for incoming merchandise and customer orders to coordinate work activities.Plan and assign workers to specific duties, such as verifying stock availability and storing incoming merchandise and assembling customer orders for delivery.Coordinates activities of distribution with the activities of sales, record control, and purchasing departments to ensure availability of merchandise.Setup layout and ensure efficient space utilizationMaintain standards of health and safety, hygiene and securityPrepare annual budgetLiaise with clients, suppliers and transport companiesOptimize supply chain management for PD Operating Business Unit in Australia through the procurement, transport, planning and inventory managementLiaise with APAC as well as America’s and external parties to ensure an integrated, cost effective approach to supply chain management, ensuring the balance of inventory, supply chain costs and service levels is in accordance with businesses policies and strategy.Provide leadership across all functions, including Planning, Procurement, vendor management, and inventory optimization.Manage inventory levels to support customer service outcomes, organic sales growth and working capital optimization. Promotes functional alignment by understanding and communicating customer needs and requirements throughout the organization.Ensure cost out target for ANZ business is met as per PP and drive initiative to achieving cost out. The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Minimum 3-5 years of relevant experience in Supply Chain Management or Warehouse Operations Management, preferably with experience within the Retail & ecommerce industryDegree in Supply Change Management or related discipline is essentialFluency in English is a mustComfortable to work in a multicultural environmentStrong 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.
      Warehouse & Supply Chain ManagerRetailer selling Luxury Designer BrandsPermanent role supporting the CEO & COOHighly negotiable salary packageAbout The CompanyA company selling Luxury couture sold in exclusive boutiques and online stores to the Australian and American markets. About the RoleJoin a company in their rapidly growing phase and you will play a significant role in the transformation of a brand throughout Australia. Your wealth of knowledge and experience in the local supply chain sector and ecommerce will pave the way and strengthen the brand, in an office environment located in Sydney.Your duties will include: Review bills of lading for incoming merchandise and customer orders to coordinate work activities.Plan and assign workers to specific duties, such as verifying stock availability and storing incoming merchandise and assembling customer orders for delivery.Coordinates activities of distribution with the activities of sales, record control, and purchasing departments to ensure availability of merchandise.Setup layout and ensure efficient space utilizationMaintain standards of health and safety, hygiene and securityPrepare annual budgetLiaise with clients, suppliers and transport companiesOptimize supply chain management for PD Operating Business Unit in Australia through the procurement, transport, planning and inventory managementLiaise with APAC as well as America’s and external parties to ensure an integrated, cost effective approach to supply chain management, ensuring the balance of inventory, supply chain costs and service levels is in accordance with businesses policies and strategy.Provide leadership across all functions, including Planning, Procurement, vendor management, and inventory optimization.Manage inventory levels to support customer service outcomes, organic sales growth and working capital optimization. Promotes functional alignment by understanding and communicating customer needs and requirements throughout the organization.Ensure cost out target for ANZ business is met as per PP and drive initiative to achieving cost out. The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Minimum 3-5 years of relevant experience in Supply Chain Management or Warehouse Operations Management, preferably with experience within the Retail & ecommerce industryDegree in Supply Change Management or related discipline is essentialFluency in English is a mustComfortable to work in a multicultural environmentStrong 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
      Be part of growth opportunities within DefenceEnd to end lifecycle engineering managementEnjoy flexibility, innovation focus and interesting work within a strong team cultureWe are currently recruiting for the position of Engineering Support Manager in Maritime Sustainment - Garden Island, NSW . About the OpportunityThe Engineering Support Manager leads the coordinated and integrated effort of engineering support management for the supply team. The role is critical to linking the technical and supply disciplines as an end-to-end supply chain capability, and embedding the support engineering process directly into the supply support workspace. More specifically, you will: Use proven supportability analysis methods to determine the optimal range and quantities of spare parts and support and test equipment. Manage the DDG Supportability Case and evidence framework.Provide supply chain functional representation and action ownership for Engineering Change Proposals and Contract/Logistic Change Proposals where spares are affected.Use appropriate predictive analysis and modelling tools that can improve material availability and reliability, increase operational availability, and reduce cost.Preserve the integrity of the supply / logistics engineering data and its configuration control and support amendment and alteration to the LNIDS data set.Provide oversight of the codification and cataloguing process and sub-contract.Ensure supply chain Hazardous Material Management is compliant with the appropriate engineering standards.Support the development of Assembly Parts Lists (APLs).Support the production and management of Master Equipment Briefing Sheets (MEBS) recommended by the Supportability Working Group (SWG). Prioritise equipment performance metrics for management attention (including developing risk mitigation strategies).Identify and investigate problems and solutions to material deficiencies issues. Attend applicable Working Groups.Reduce URDEF material non-availability and cannibalisations. About youAs an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you will: Be Degree qualified (Engineering/Project Management/Commercial)Focus the organisation on life cycle management and a through life increase in equipment reliability, availability and reduction in total cost of ownershipHave an understanding of the following:codification, cataloguing requirements determinationInventory OptimisationInvestigation and Root Cause Analysis Have technical extensive experience of Maritime sustainment, ILS planning, implementation and deliveryDemonstrate strong stakeholder managementAs Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Hector Rodriguez on 0451 848 328. ref/ RANDEF 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.
      Be part of growth opportunities within DefenceEnd to end lifecycle engineering managementEnjoy flexibility, innovation focus and interesting work within a strong team cultureWe are currently recruiting for the position of Engineering Support Manager in Maritime Sustainment - Garden Island, NSW . About the OpportunityThe Engineering Support Manager leads the coordinated and integrated effort of engineering support management for the supply team. The role is critical to linking the technical and supply disciplines as an end-to-end supply chain capability, and embedding the support engineering process directly into the supply support workspace. More specifically, you will: Use proven supportability analysis methods to determine the optimal range and quantities of spare parts and support and test equipment. Manage the DDG Supportability Case and evidence framework.Provide supply chain functional representation and action ownership for Engineering Change Proposals and Contract/Logistic Change Proposals where spares are affected.Use appropriate predictive analysis and modelling tools that can improve material availability and reliability, increase operational availability, and reduce cost.Preserve the integrity of the supply / logistics engineering data and its configuration control and support amendment and alteration to the LNIDS data set.Provide oversight of the codification and cataloguing process and sub-contract.Ensure supply chain Hazardous Material Management is compliant with the appropriate engineering standards.Support the development of Assembly Parts Lists (APLs).Support the production and management of Master Equipment Briefing Sheets (MEBS) recommended by the Supportability Working Group (SWG). Prioritise equipment performance metrics for management attention (including developing risk mitigation strategies).Identify and investigate problems and solutions to material deficiencies issues. Attend applicable Working Groups.Reduce URDEF material non-availability and cannibalisations. About youAs an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you will: Be Degree qualified (Engineering/Project Management/Commercial)Focus the organisation on life cycle management and a through life increase in equipment reliability, availability and reduction in total cost of ownershipHave an understanding of the following:codification, cataloguing requirements determinationInventory OptimisationInvestigation and Root Cause Analysis Have technical extensive experience of Maritime sustainment, ILS planning, implementation and deliveryDemonstrate strong stakeholder managementAs Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Hector Rodriguez on 0451 848 328. ref/ RANDEF 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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the companyAn exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Operations Manager to join a market leading organisation with over 40 years’ experience in the industry. Our client is one of the largest medical innovation companies in Australia, with an exciting array of groundbreaking products.The Opportunity As Operations Manager you will hold accountability of an established and well rounded team, driving productivity across the business, which will be crucial as it continues to deliver on the company mission and future growth. You will be responsible for a large team with two direct Management reports, overseeing Purchasing & Supply Chain management, Warehouse & Distribution, Customer Service, Technical Service and IT. Ensuring that the company's core values are maintained and building a good team culture, you will be expected to coach and develop, as well as driving continuous improvement through a supportive working environment.Skills & experienceAs Operations Manager you will ideally possess the following personal attributes -Previous Operational management experience within a product related organisation (medical devices experience ideal but not essential)Highly skilled in warehouse & supply chain management, customer service & experience and management of IT issues that may arise (outsourced assistance)Proven experience mentoring and developing a high achieving teamStrong commercial understandingThe ability to build rapport with people at all levelsStrong communication and presentational skillsWhat you get in returnAlong with an attractive remuneration package and bonus structure, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to join a forward thinking organisation with an extremely strong product range, you will have the opportunity to influence change if necessary and work alongside the Managing Director and senior leadership team who genuinely care for their staff.How to applyPlease follow the link to apply or feel free to reach out to me on will.stewart@randstad.com.au for more info or a confidential discussion about 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.
      About the companyAn exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Operations Manager to join a market leading organisation with over 40 years’ experience in the industry. Our client is one of the largest medical innovation companies in Australia, with an exciting array of groundbreaking products.The Opportunity As Operations Manager you will hold accountability of an established and well rounded team, driving productivity across the business, which will be crucial as it continues to deliver on the company mission and future growth. You will be responsible for a large team with two direct Management reports, overseeing Purchasing & Supply Chain management, Warehouse & Distribution, Customer Service, Technical Service and IT. Ensuring that the company's core values are maintained and building a good team culture, you will be expected to coach and develop, as well as driving continuous improvement through a supportive working environment.Skills & experienceAs Operations Manager you will ideally possess the following personal attributes -Previous Operational management experience within a product related organisation (medical devices experience ideal but not essential)Highly skilled in warehouse & supply chain management, customer service & experience and management of IT issues that may arise (outsourced assistance)Proven experience mentoring and developing a high achieving teamStrong commercial understandingThe ability to build rapport with people at all levelsStrong communication and presentational skillsWhat you get in returnAlong with an attractive remuneration package and bonus structure, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to join a forward thinking organisation with an extremely strong product range, you will have the opportunity to influence change if necessary and work alongside the Managing Director and senior leadership team who genuinely care for their staff.How to applyPlease follow the link to apply or feel free to reach out to me on will.stewart@randstad.com.au for more info or a confidential discussion about 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.
      • penrith, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000, per year, package negotiable based on experience
      • full-time
      Join a well-established company with a national footprintExperience in procurement & supply chain is preferable Position available for due to growth About The CompanyOur client is a wholesale plant supplier based in Western Sydney. They have production facilities all across the country and are major suppliers to nurseries, supermarkets, hardware stores and landscaping companies. The RoleSupport and maintain forecasting activities across all sitesRun and develop the sales forecasting system Manage key stakeholders in the monthly S&OP processManage inventory by lifecycle planningReview material variance reports and seek market intelligence required to meet business needsDrive and deliver continuous improvement projects through interpretation of data Continually drive improvements in Inventory Management, Data Warehousing, Sales Forecasting and Materials Requirements PlanningAbout YouTertiary degree in supply chain management, computer science or similarExperience with SAP and other ERP systemUnderstanding of MRP systems with limited shelf-life productPrevious experience in procurement, supply or production planningAdvanced Excel skills Must have full working rights in Australia If you’re ready to grow your career in Procurement & Supply Chain, 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.
      Join a well-established company with a national footprintExperience in procurement & supply chain is preferable Position available for due to growth About The CompanyOur client is a wholesale plant supplier based in Western Sydney. They have production facilities all across the country and are major suppliers to nurseries, supermarkets, hardware stores and landscaping companies. The RoleSupport and maintain forecasting activities across all sitesRun and develop the sales forecasting system Manage key stakeholders in the monthly S&OP processManage inventory by lifecycle planningReview material variance reports and seek market intelligence required to meet business needsDrive and deliver continuous improvement projects through interpretation of data Continually drive improvements in Inventory Management, Data Warehousing, Sales Forecasting and Materials Requirements PlanningAbout YouTertiary degree in supply chain management, computer science or similarExperience with SAP and other ERP systemUnderstanding of MRP systems with limited shelf-life productPrevious experience in procurement, supply or production planningAdvanced Excel skills Must have full working rights in Australia If you’re ready to grow your career in Procurement & Supply Chain, apply now. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$170,000 per year
      • full-time
      With diverse operations and growth through acquisition/increased demand, this well known company has gone from strength to strength. This role combines a focus on local sourcing, truly partnering with your suppliers to add value, and mentoring and developing your team. This is a unique opportunity and could be the exciting career move you have been searching for as an experienced Procurement Manager. Key responsibilities:Strategic sourcing and contracts management of raw materials and services from mainly local, and some international suppliersSupport local industry, identifying new opportunities and partnering with your existing suppliers to add mutually beneficial valueEncourage collaboration between a diverse range of stakeholders and procurement to align objectives and achieve procurement outcomesAnalysis and reporting of supplier performance, supply chain risks and procurement activities to identify opportunities for improvementDriving the implementation of forward-thinking strategies such as supplier consolidation and category management plansManage a small team, enabling them to reach their full potential, enabling them to add value to the business through their procurement activitiesThe successful applicant will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in sourcing, procurement, purchasing or supply chainPeople management experience (even a small team) essentialYou will be passionate about achieving procurement outcomes and eager to pass this knowledge on to your team, encouraging growth within the procurement departmentDemonstrated ability to achieve savings and experience reviewing existing contracts and identifying opportunities for improvementExperience working in a medium to large sized business, sourcing raw materials/goods Please apply now or for a confidential discussion, contact Randstad’s Procurement & Supply Chain Specialist, Rachel Homer on 8150 7034.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.
      With diverse operations and growth through acquisition/increased demand, this well known company has gone from strength to strength. This role combines a focus on local sourcing, truly partnering with your suppliers to add value, and mentoring and developing your team. This is a unique opportunity and could be the exciting career move you have been searching for as an experienced Procurement Manager. Key responsibilities:Strategic sourcing and contracts management of raw materials and services from mainly local, and some international suppliersSupport local industry, identifying new opportunities and partnering with your existing suppliers to add mutually beneficial valueEncourage collaboration between a diverse range of stakeholders and procurement to align objectives and achieve procurement outcomesAnalysis and reporting of supplier performance, supply chain risks and procurement activities to identify opportunities for improvementDriving the implementation of forward-thinking strategies such as supplier consolidation and category management plansManage a small team, enabling them to reach their full potential, enabling them to add value to the business through their procurement activitiesThe successful applicant will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in sourcing, procurement, purchasing or supply chainPeople management experience (even a small team) essentialYou will be passionate about achieving procurement outcomes and eager to pass this knowledge on to your team, encouraging growth within the procurement departmentDemonstrated ability to achieve savings and experience reviewing existing contracts and identifying opportunities for improvementExperience working in a medium to large sized business, sourcing raw materials/goods Please apply now or for a confidential discussion, contact Randstad’s Procurement & Supply Chain Specialist, Rachel Homer on 8150 7034.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad's procurement & contract specialist, Rachel Homer, is working with multiple local councils and state government agencies, across various senior vacancies in procurement. Randstad are a preferred supplier to multiple local and state government departments and have been approached to recruit for these new roles:Contracts Specialist - AS06Procurement Specialist - AS06Contracts Specialist IT - AS06/7Permanent Procurement Coordinator/Specialist - AS05/6Permanent Procurement Business Partner in local council - Level 7 - 8All contract opportunities will attract a casual loading. Key responsibilities of all the roles will include:Providing effective support for tendering and procurement activitiesNegotiating the ongoing supply agreements across goods, services, and/or worksEncouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, and procurement process/toolsEnsuring tendering and procurement practices are implemented and managed in accordance with probity requirementsSuccessful applicants will require:Minimum 5 years' experience in procurement in multiple categories, any industry background will be considered however public sector is preferredExperience in end to end procurement, including tendering and ongoing contracts administration at a senior level in a complex organisation or public sectorSuperior written communication, ability to interpret instructions, legislation and write & review tendersFor contract opportunities, you must be able to commit to working on a contract basis initiallyAll roles are in Adelaide and while state & local government are supportive of working from home arrangements, you must be located in AdelaideIf you have previous experience in procurement, supply chain or contracts management, apply using the 'Apply Now' button adjacent to the advert, or contact Rachel from more information on 8150 7034. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad's procurement & contract specialist, Rachel Homer, is working with multiple local councils and state government agencies, across various senior vacancies in procurement. Randstad are a preferred supplier to multiple local and state government departments and have been approached to recruit for these new roles:Contracts Specialist - AS06Procurement Specialist - AS06Contracts Specialist IT - AS06/7Permanent Procurement Coordinator/Specialist - AS05/6Permanent Procurement Business Partner in local council - Level 7 - 8All contract opportunities will attract a casual loading. Key responsibilities of all the roles will include:Providing effective support for tendering and procurement activitiesNegotiating the ongoing supply agreements across goods, services, and/or worksEncouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, and procurement process/toolsEnsuring tendering and procurement practices are implemented and managed in accordance with probity requirementsSuccessful applicants will require:Minimum 5 years' experience in procurement in multiple categories, any industry background will be considered however public sector is preferredExperience in end to end procurement, including tendering and ongoing contracts administration at a senior level in a complex organisation or public sectorSuperior written communication, ability to interpret instructions, legislation and write & review tendersFor contract opportunities, you must be able to commit to working on a contract basis initiallyAll roles are in Adelaide and while state & local government are supportive of working from home arrangements, you must be located in AdelaideIf you have previous experience in procurement, supply chain or contracts management, apply using the 'Apply Now' button adjacent to the advert, or contact Rachel from more information on 8150 7034. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$110,000 per year
      • full-time
      This business has a steady workforce, and a stable pipeline of work. They work extensively in the energy industry, utilising local suppliers. Their procurement & purchasing teams are made of the industry's best and they consistently partner with their stakeholders to deliver project outcomes. Key responsibilities will include:Purchasing/sourcing across multiple categories including goods & servicesManagement of existing preferred suppliers, ensuring mutually beneficial relationships and driving added value for the organisation and its customersAnalysis and reporting of supplier performance, supply chain risks and procurement activities to identify opportunities for improvement and savingsHigh volume PO processing using an ERPWorking closely with your stakeholder group, and the wider business to add significant value to project deliveryLeading a change process to ensure purchasing is seen as a true value-add process within the wider business The successful candidate will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in purchasing role within a large, preferably project-based organizationSuperior relationship building skills, ability to work collaboratively with project managers and technical stakeholders, supporting them in their project delivery while adding value and achieving outcomes for the purchasing departmentIntermediate computer skills across Excel and MRP systems, demonstrated high volume purchasing experience, rather than strategic sourcing or technical contracts managementIdeally will be available to start at short notice and willing to commit to an initial 14 month term - candidates with 4 week notice periods will also be consideredPlease apply now or for a confidential discussion, contact Randstad’s Procurement & Supply Chain Specialist, Rachel Homer on 8150 7034.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 business has a steady workforce, and a stable pipeline of work. They work extensively in the energy industry, utilising local suppliers. Their procurement & purchasing teams are made of the industry's best and they consistently partner with their stakeholders to deliver project outcomes. Key responsibilities will include:Purchasing/sourcing across multiple categories including goods & servicesManagement of existing preferred suppliers, ensuring mutually beneficial relationships and driving added value for the organisation and its customersAnalysis and reporting of supplier performance, supply chain risks and procurement activities to identify opportunities for improvement and savingsHigh volume PO processing using an ERPWorking closely with your stakeholder group, and the wider business to add significant value to project deliveryLeading a change process to ensure purchasing is seen as a true value-add process within the wider business The successful candidate will require:Minimum 5 years’ experience in purchasing role within a large, preferably project-based organizationSuperior relationship building skills, ability to work collaboratively with project managers and technical stakeholders, supporting them in their project delivery while adding value and achieving outcomes for the purchasing departmentIntermediate computer skills across Excel and MRP systems, demonstrated high volume purchasing experience, rather than strategic sourcing or technical contracts managementIdeally will be available to start at short notice and willing to commit to an initial 14 month term - candidates with 4 week notice periods will also be consideredPlease apply now or for a confidential discussion, contact Randstad’s Procurement & Supply Chain Specialist, Rachel Homer on 8150 7034.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$150,000 per year
      • full-time
      Based in the CBD, this organisation has a team of experienced and dedicated procurement professionals. They keep their staff turnover low by constantly developing and challenging their people, allowing them to be involved in and lead high value projects. This is a long term contract position with option to lead to a permanent role. Your key responsibilities will include: Providing strategic procurement services for direct categories nationallyDriving benefits and savings as well as supporting delivery schedules, as a result of implementation of procurement initiativesDelivery of sourcing, negotiation and contracting of procurement terms and conditionsEnsuring optimum benefits and effective management of risk for your stakeholder groupSupporting the business unit strategy, planning frameworks and deliverablesYou will require the following to apply: End to end procurement experience, preferably in construction, power and energy, or associated industriesSpecific category management experience, with direct services and goods, for major projects and/or engineering worksHigh level of commercial awareness, with strong contractual and financial literacyTertiary qualifications in procurement, business, commerce etc is beneficialA flexible mindset and ability to work in a standalone role while supporting the broader team and shared company goalsThis is an excellent opportunity to join a great team with a capable leader who encourages personal and professional development.To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit a CV and covering letter to Randstad's contracts & procurement specialist, Rachel Homer via the link provided or call 8150 7034 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Based in the CBD, this organisation has a team of experienced and dedicated procurement professionals. They keep their staff turnover low by constantly developing and challenging their people, allowing them to be involved in and lead high value projects. This is a long term contract position with option to lead to a permanent role. Your key responsibilities will include: Providing strategic procurement services for direct categories nationallyDriving benefits and savings as well as supporting delivery schedules, as a result of implementation of procurement initiativesDelivery of sourcing, negotiation and contracting of procurement terms and conditionsEnsuring optimum benefits and effective management of risk for your stakeholder groupSupporting the business unit strategy, planning frameworks and deliverablesYou will require the following to apply: End to end procurement experience, preferably in construction, power and energy, or associated industriesSpecific category management experience, with direct services and goods, for major projects and/or engineering worksHigh level of commercial awareness, with strong contractual and financial literacyTertiary qualifications in procurement, business, commerce etc is beneficialA flexible mindset and ability to work in a standalone role while supporting the broader team and shared company goalsThis is an excellent opportunity to join a great team with a capable leader who encourages personal and professional development.To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit a CV and covering letter to Randstad's contracts & procurement specialist, Rachel Homer via the link provided or call 8150 7034 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the Company:Our client is one of the world’s leading providers of specialty supply chain solutions to the healthcare and pharmaceutical markets. With thousands of employees and over 100 sites worldwide, this organisation has become a clear market leader with an unrivalled end-to-end service offering when it comes to the transportation and storage of healthcare materials. The Opportunity:This organisation is seeking a commercially-astute Business Development Director to drive strong sales outcomes across the ANZ region. Working alongside the Country Manager for Australia, and reporting through to the VP for Operations and Sales, this role will predominantly be a direct hands-on position influencing the sales performance for this region. Specifically, you will be responsible for maintaining and growing a large revenue portfolio, managing a small team across Melbourne and Sydney, and playing a key role in the overall company sales strategy across ANZ. Responsibilities:Devise and implement a successful strategy to achieve consistent growth and market share.Present to and consult with mid and senior level management on business trends with a view to developing new service, products and distribution channels.Identify opportunities for campaigns, services, and distribution channels that will lead to an increase in sales.Using knowledge of the market and competitors, identify and develop the company's unique selling propositions and differentiators.Lead, coach and inspire your team to achieve sales excellence. Provide 1:1 support and guidance to grow and development your team's capabilities.Drive C-Suite discussions and contract negotiations across the region.Forge excellent internal relationships to drive excellence across sales performance.Your Key Attributes:If you are a self-motivated, results-driven sales leader with a strong background in logistics and supply chain, ideally servicing into the pharmaceutical/healthcare arena, then this role could be for you. You will be an excellent communicator able to influence at all levels, with the ability to successfully establish and execute sales strategy and revenue growth over the long-term. Degree qualifications in either business, supply chain and logistics will be looked upon favourably. Our client also welcomes applications for candidates looking to take a step up in their management career.Benefits:Excellent remuneration package with the commission incentive being particularly attractive.A genuine leadership role where you can both nurture the development of staff and take a hands-on approach to customer interaction.Supportive collaboration from senior management team.Work for a global brand with excellent industry reputation.How to Apply:Please click on the 'APPLY' button to submit your CV, or alternatively you can send your CV to josh.thame@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the Company:Our client is one of the world’s leading providers of specialty supply chain solutions to the healthcare and pharmaceutical markets. With thousands of employees and over 100 sites worldwide, this organisation has become a clear market leader with an unrivalled end-to-end service offering when it comes to the transportation and storage of healthcare materials. The Opportunity:This organisation is seeking a commercially-astute Business Development Director to drive strong sales outcomes across the ANZ region. Working alongside the Country Manager for Australia, and reporting through to the VP for Operations and Sales, this role will predominantly be a direct hands-on position influencing the sales performance for this region. Specifically, you will be responsible for maintaining and growing a large revenue portfolio, managing a small team across Melbourne and Sydney, and playing a key role in the overall company sales strategy across ANZ. Responsibilities:Devise and implement a successful strategy to achieve consistent growth and market share.Present to and consult with mid and senior level management on business trends with a view to developing new service, products and distribution channels.Identify opportunities for campaigns, services, and distribution channels that will lead to an increase in sales.Using knowledge of the market and competitors, identify and develop the company's unique selling propositions and differentiators.Lead, coach and inspire your team to achieve sales excellence. Provide 1:1 support and guidance to grow and development your team's capabilities.Drive C-Suite discussions and contract negotiations across the region.Forge excellent internal relationships to drive excellence across sales performance.Your Key Attributes:If you are a self-motivated, results-driven sales leader with a strong background in logistics and supply chain, ideally servicing into the pharmaceutical/healthcare arena, then this role could be for you. You will be an excellent communicator able to influence at all levels, with the ability to successfully establish and execute sales strategy and revenue growth over the long-term. Degree qualifications in either business, supply chain and logistics will be looked upon favourably. Our client also welcomes applications for candidates looking to take a step up in their management career.Benefits:Excellent remuneration package with the commission incentive being particularly attractive.A genuine leadership role where you can both nurture the development of staff and take a hands-on approach to customer interaction.Supportive collaboration from senior management team.Work for a global brand with excellent industry reputation.How to Apply:Please click on the 'APPLY' button to submit your CV, or alternatively you can send your CV to josh.thame@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$75,000 - AU$90,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Supply & Demand PlannerJoin a well known international brand, world leader in their spaceTemp to Perm opportunity reporting to the National Supply Chain ManagerLarge local manufacturing businessAbout The CompanyOur client, a well known international business, 1 of the greenest companies in the world, is looking for a Supply & Demand Planner to join their diverse team in Finished Goods in a full time, temp to perm opportunity.About the RoleYou will be responsible for developing and driving demand plans, to enable the market to meet Sales & Service objectives, lead channel S&OP, optimize inventory holding across product categories, and drive forecast accuracy in the business. Your duties will include: Developing customer account-based demand plans at product level as the basis of financial planning.Maintaining 18 month rolling 12nc forecast Reviewing Demand confirmations with Supply Planning teams across different supply sources.Reacting proactively to demand fluctuations and adjust supply side in a dynamic manner.Delivering best in class Customer Service through on-time in-full product availability. Driving FG inventory health through forecast quality. Executing the Phase-in Phase-out process for planning in the Market in collaboration with Product Managers. Continuously leading Project forecasting based on sales pipeline. Taking ownership of a corrective action plan for slow moving and obsolete stocks. Identifying risks & opportunities to the financial plans. Integrating customer/channel inventory as input into Demand Planning. Executing customer collaboration programs and improvement initiatives. The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Supply Chain or related discipline. Minimum 3-5 years’ Demand Planning experience, with a strong knowledge of Supply Chain operations. Analytical ability to predict/prepare forecast figures and bring out insights to positively challenge and improve forecast quality. Experienced with SAP (SAP APO DP experience a big plus). Sound business and financial acumen. Team player, with excellent organisational, presentation, and communication skills. Strong stakeholder management skills, with ability to influence, challenge, and engage with people at all levels. LEAN mindset, with proficiency for process improvement. 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.
      Supply & Demand PlannerJoin a well known international brand, world leader in their spaceTemp to Perm opportunity reporting to the National Supply Chain ManagerLarge local manufacturing businessAbout The CompanyOur client, a well known international business, 1 of the greenest companies in the world, is looking for a Supply & Demand Planner to join their diverse team in Finished Goods in a full time, temp to perm opportunity.About the RoleYou will be responsible for developing and driving demand plans, to enable the market to meet Sales & Service objectives, lead channel S&OP, optimize inventory holding across product categories, and drive forecast accuracy in the business. Your duties will include: Developing customer account-based demand plans at product level as the basis of financial planning.Maintaining 18 month rolling 12nc forecast Reviewing Demand confirmations with Supply Planning teams across different supply sources.Reacting proactively to demand fluctuations and adjust supply side in a dynamic manner.Delivering best in class Customer Service through on-time in-full product availability. Driving FG inventory health through forecast quality. Executing the Phase-in Phase-out process for planning in the Market in collaboration with Product Managers. Continuously leading Project forecasting based on sales pipeline. Taking ownership of a corrective action plan for slow moving and obsolete stocks. Identifying risks & opportunities to the financial plans. Integrating customer/channel inventory as input into Demand Planning. Executing customer collaboration programs and improvement initiatives. The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Supply Chain or related discipline. Minimum 3-5 years’ Demand Planning experience, with a strong knowledge of Supply Chain operations. Analytical ability to predict/prepare forecast figures and bring out insights to positively challenge and improve forecast quality. Experienced with SAP (SAP APO DP experience a big plus). Sound business and financial acumen. Team player, with excellent organisational, presentation, and communication skills. Strong stakeholder management skills, with ability to influence, challenge, and engage with people at all levels. LEAN mindset, with proficiency for process improvement. 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.
      • tomago, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$45.00 - AU$55.00, per hour, super
      • full-time
      Location: Williamtown - Baseline security clearance essentialFull time, 12-Month Contract$45+ per hourAbout the Company Working for a Defence company, you will form part of the NV1 Team located in Williamtown for the role of Disposal Clerk to provide Supply Services.About the RoleYou will be conducting daily tasks in support of the NV1 process, which will include but not limited to:Compiling an inventory of items for disposalPreparation of essential documentation for items to be disposedAccurate completion of all filing obligations in accordance with the kind of disposalAdministration of the disposal databasePurchasing in accordance with the ESCM to meet disposal needsThe successful applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:MILIS profilesInventory ControllerPurchasingSCA ClerkDisposal ClerkBaseline security clearanceHighly DesirablePrevious experience in Integrated Logistic fundamentals within a Defence environmentUnderstanding of Defence assetsGeneral understanding of a Defence disposal processGeneral understanding of Defence Business Process Monitoring and reporting requirementsAircraft supply support services knowledge, skills and experienceAbility to work successfully unsupervised and in a team environmentHigh level of written and oral communication and negotiation skills to facilitate open interaction between customer support teams and key internal and external stakeholders 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.
      Location: Williamtown - Baseline security clearance essentialFull time, 12-Month Contract$45+ per hourAbout the Company Working for a Defence company, you will form part of the NV1 Team located in Williamtown for the role of Disposal Clerk to provide Supply Services.About the RoleYou will be conducting daily tasks in support of the NV1 process, which will include but not limited to:Compiling an inventory of items for disposalPreparation of essential documentation for items to be disposedAccurate completion of all filing obligations in accordance with the kind of disposalAdministration of the disposal databasePurchasing in accordance with the ESCM to meet disposal needsThe successful applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:MILIS profilesInventory ControllerPurchasingSCA ClerkDisposal ClerkBaseline security clearanceHighly DesirablePrevious experience in Integrated Logistic fundamentals within a Defence environmentUnderstanding of Defence assetsGeneral understanding of a Defence disposal processGeneral understanding of Defence Business Process Monitoring and reporting requirementsAircraft supply support services knowledge, skills and experienceAbility to work successfully unsupervised and in a team environmentHigh level of written and oral communication and negotiation skills to facilitate open interaction between customer support teams and key internal and external stakeholders 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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$29.59 - AU$29.59, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021, which are happening in December. They have various roles available in their count centre in Newcastle, all of which play a key role in ensuring the successful delivery of local elections in NSW. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toSorting and processing ballot papersBatching of ballot papers for data entryInvolves a degree of manual handling, lifting up to 15kgAbout YourselfAbility to work in a fast-paced, busy, warehouse environmentAptitude to work efficiently whilst completing repetitive tasksAbility to follow instructions and processesHappy to undertake a physical WHS assessment with Randstad to ensure suitability for liftingAbility to work between 7th - 17th December including Saturday 11th DecemberRostered hours between 8.30am - 6pmBenefits$29.59 per hour + superannuationConveniently located near public transportation in Central NewcastleOpportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the delivery of Local Government Elections in NSWRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.NSW Electoral Commission Instructions: The NSW Electoral Commission expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for Covid 19, to be so.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is partnering with the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs for the Local Government Elections 2021, which are happening in December. They have various roles available in their count centre in Newcastle, all of which play a key role in ensuring the successful delivery of local elections in NSW. If you are someone who enjoys working in a busy, fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you!Your duties will include, but are not limited toSorting and processing ballot papersBatching of ballot papers for data entryInvolves a degree of manual handling, lifting up to 15kgAbout YourselfAbility to work in a fast-paced, busy, warehouse environmentAptitude to work efficiently whilst completing repetitive tasksAbility to follow instructions and processesHappy to undertake a physical WHS assessment with Randstad to ensure suitability for liftingAbility to work between 7th - 17th December including Saturday 11th DecemberRostered hours between 8.30am - 6pmBenefits$29.59 per hour + superannuationConveniently located near public transportation in Central NewcastleOpportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the delivery of Local Government Elections in NSWRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunity and encourage people who identify as having a disability to apply.These roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we may not be able to engage you in these positions.NSW Electoral Commission Instructions: The NSW Electoral Commission expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for Covid 19, to be so.If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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
      • AU$70,000 - AU$88,000 per year
      • full-time
      Full time career opportunity for Production Planner;Preferably come out of a technical manufacturing environment;Min 1 years relevant experience in planning; We are looking for a qualified Production Planner to organise production according to demand and quality standards. You will be the one to ensure our goods are produced on time for distribution in a profitable manner.An excellent production planner is well-versed in production procedures and ways to optimise them. They are organised and results-driven with great problem-solving skills. Advanced communication and computer skills are very useful for the role.The goal is to ensure the smooth and cost-efficient flow of our production operations.Duties:Coordinate production workflow and production schedules for multiple products and customised orders;Plan and prioritise operations to ensure maximum performance and minimum delay;Determine manpower, equipment and raw materials needed to cover production demand;Assign workers and other staff to particular production operations;Schedule shift according to production needs;Monitor jobs to ensure they will finish on time and within budget;Address issues when they arise aiming for minimum disruption;Obtain output information (number of finished products, percentage of defectives etc.);Prepare and submit status and performance reports;Keep paperwork organised;Collaborate with quality control, warehouse and other staff;Material ordering;Estimating the amount of material, equipment, and labour required for productionEvaluating customer orders and material and production capacity to create suitable production schedules. Requirements:Proven experience as production planner;Excellent knowledge of production planning and quality control principles;Experience in MRP II (Manufacturing resource planning);Advanced Excel skills and ERP systems;Good at math and statistics;Strong organizational and problem-solving skills;Excellent communication abilities;Revel Qualification in Engineering or Supply Chain; Work Rights & SalaryMust have full work rights for Australia;Salary Package - $77,000 - $88,000 (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 - 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 Production Planner;Preferably come out of a technical manufacturing environment;Min 1 years relevant experience in planning; We are looking for a qualified Production Planner to organise production according to demand and quality standards. You will be the one to ensure our goods are produced on time for distribution in a profitable manner.An excellent production planner is well-versed in production procedures and ways to optimise them. They are organised and results-driven with great problem-solving skills. Advanced communication and computer skills are very useful for the role.The goal is to ensure the smooth and cost-efficient flow of our production operations.Duties:Coordinate production workflow and production schedules for multiple products and customised orders;Plan and prioritise operations to ensure maximum performance and minimum delay;Determine manpower, equipment and raw materials needed to cover production demand;Assign workers and other staff to particular production operations;Schedule shift according to production needs;Monitor jobs to ensure they will finish on time and within budget;Address issues when they arise aiming for minimum disruption;Obtain output information (number of finished products, percentage of defectives etc.);Prepare and submit status and performance reports;Keep paperwork organised;Collaborate with quality control, warehouse and other staff;Material ordering;Estimating the amount of material, equipment, and labour required for productionEvaluating customer orders and material and production capacity to create suitable production schedules. Requirements:Proven experience as production planner;Excellent knowledge of production planning and quality control principles;Experience in MRP II (Manufacturing resource planning);Advanced Excel skills and ERP systems;Good at math and statistics;Strong organizational and problem-solving skills;Excellent communication abilities;Revel Qualification in Engineering or Supply Chain; Work Rights & SalaryMust have full work rights for Australia;Salary Package - $77,000 - $88,000 (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 - 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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$55,000 - AU$65,000 per year
      • full-time
      My client is looking for an experienced and motivated administrator in the Wingfield area. We are looking for a strong culture fit, the right person will understand the importance of flexibility and enjoy a challenge. This role is responsible for supporting all internal and external supply chain procedures, from coordinating dispatches and deliveries to managing transport documentation. WINGFIELD AREA | FULL TIME - 40 hours per week | PERMANENT POSITION | $55,000 - $65,000 + super The successful candidates must possess:Demonstrated previous experience in a similar roleStock control / Inventory management experiencePrevious experience in transport documentation and A high work ethicBe a team playerProactive attitude is a mustAbility to pick up new systems and processes quicklyProven experience in managing workload in a fast paced roleA high attention for detail and high levels of accuracyNot afraid to pick up the phoneCoordination of supply chain procedures to maximise quality of deliveryExposure to import / export processes and procedures will be beneficialExcellent understanding of MS OFFICE - Word / Excel and Outlook Ability to follow up outstanding receivables and dispatch completions daily Experience in the following areas would be an advantage:Proven administrative skills including invoicing and data entry with high attention to detailAdministration experience working within logistics (Manufacturing / Warehousing / Transport)Strong work ethic, safety awareness and ensure processes and procedures are followedWorking knowledge of distribution centre goods receival requirements Applications:If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Bethany Lawson (bethany.lawson@randstad.com.au) and click apply now. Please note; only short listed candidates will be contacted - anyone unsuccessful for this role will be considered for future opportunities. Apply urgently to avoid missing out.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      My client is looking for an experienced and motivated administrator in the Wingfield area. We are looking for a strong culture fit, the right person will understand the importance of flexibility and enjoy a challenge. This role is responsible for supporting all internal and external supply chain procedures, from coordinating dispatches and deliveries to managing transport documentation. WINGFIELD AREA | FULL TIME - 40 hours per week | PERMANENT POSITION | $55,000 - $65,000 + super The successful candidates must possess:Demonstrated previous experience in a similar roleStock control / Inventory management experiencePrevious experience in transport documentation and A high work ethicBe a team playerProactive attitude is a mustAbility to pick up new systems and processes quicklyProven experience in managing workload in a fast paced roleA high attention for detail and high levels of accuracyNot afraid to pick up the phoneCoordination of supply chain procedures to maximise quality of deliveryExposure to import / export processes and procedures will be beneficialExcellent understanding of MS OFFICE - Word / Excel and Outlook Ability to follow up outstanding receivables and dispatch completions daily Experience in the following areas would be an advantage:Proven administrative skills including invoicing and data entry with high attention to detailAdministration experience working within logistics (Manufacturing / Warehousing / Transport)Strong work ethic, safety awareness and ensure processes and procedures are followedWorking knowledge of distribution centre goods receival requirements Applications:If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Bethany Lawson (bethany.lawson@randstad.com.au) and click apply now. Please note; only short listed candidates will be contacted - anyone unsuccessful for this role will be considered for future opportunities. Apply urgently to avoid missing out.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$121,000 - AU$145,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Defence roleSubcontracting SpecialistsOffices: BrisbaneContracts: Baseline clearance required as a minimum (Nv1 or NV2 is beneficial)Team: Supply Chain ManagementRates: Up to $145,000 plus super for the right candiadate The opportunityWe have an opportunity for a Subcontracts Specialist to support continuing growth experienced within Defence Australia. The successful candidate will join the Contracting team forming part of the Supply Chain Management capability and draw from previous relevant experience to ensure effective market engagement and subcontract management.Responsibilities will include:Develop strong relationships with stakeholders to understand business requirements and support the development of procurement strategies and priorities.Support the delivery of work packages to achieve efficient and on-time delivery of campaigns and program milestones.Conduct market engagement activities (RFx) to identify and select qualified subcontractors.Engage with large multi-national and local SME suppliers to ensure value for money.Negotiate subcontract agreements, including reviewing and drafting contractual terms and conditions.Support contract management activities over the program term.Liaise with Functional, Technical, Commercial and Legal stakeholders.Ensure supplier activities are compliant with applicable regulatory trade control (export-import) requirements.Support the effective management of contract performance through relevant supplier relationship management frameworks.Monitor and report cost, schedule, and status of subcontractors and recommend or implement corrective action as necessary.Participate in the development of process improvement initiatives and value for money opportunities.To be successful you will have:Demonstrated experience of pre and post-award subcontract management in a project environment (Defence industry experience is desirable)Tertiary Education in Commerce, Law or Business or relevant experience (MCIPS preferred)High level competency in written and oral communication and standard business tools and systemsAn enthusiasm for working with suppliers and identifying new opportunities and relationshipsThe ability to work with cross functional teamsThe ability to work autonomously to see projects and opportunities through to completionApplicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements. Please note that this is nonnegotiable If you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. 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.
      Defence roleSubcontracting SpecialistsOffices: BrisbaneContracts: Baseline clearance required as a minimum (Nv1 or NV2 is beneficial)Team: Supply Chain ManagementRates: Up to $145,000 plus super for the right candiadate The opportunityWe have an opportunity for a Subcontracts Specialist to support continuing growth experienced within Defence Australia. The successful candidate will join the Contracting team forming part of the Supply Chain Management capability and draw from previous relevant experience to ensure effective market engagement and subcontract management.Responsibilities will include:Develop strong relationships with stakeholders to understand business requirements and support the development of procurement strategies and priorities.Support the delivery of work packages to achieve efficient and on-time delivery of campaigns and program milestones.Conduct market engagement activities (RFx) to identify and select qualified subcontractors.Engage with large multi-national and local SME suppliers to ensure value for money.Negotiate subcontract agreements, including reviewing and drafting contractual terms and conditions.Support contract management activities over the program term.Liaise with Functional, Technical, Commercial and Legal stakeholders.Ensure supplier activities are compliant with applicable regulatory trade control (export-import) requirements.Support the effective management of contract performance through relevant supplier relationship management frameworks.Monitor and report cost, schedule, and status of subcontractors and recommend or implement corrective action as necessary.Participate in the development of process improvement initiatives and value for money opportunities.To be successful you will have:Demonstrated experience of pre and post-award subcontract management in a project environment (Defence industry experience is desirable)Tertiary Education in Commerce, Law or Business or relevant experience (MCIPS preferred)High level competency in written and oral communication and standard business tools and systemsAn enthusiasm for working with suppliers and identifying new opportunities and relationshipsThe ability to work with cross functional teamsThe ability to work autonomously to see projects and opportunities through to completionApplicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements. Please note that this is nonnegotiable If you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. 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$50.00 - AU$55.00 per hour
      • part-time
      About the role:Looking for an experienced internal recruiter for a 3 month contract working part time 20 hours per week. Duties include:End to end recruitment of roles from entry-level to leader, predominantly across our Supply Chain FunctionProactive Sourcing using various channelsCandidate communication from advertising to screening assessment and hireAbout you:The ideal candidate would have experience working in a medium to large team within internal recruitment.Experience using ATS systemsAbility to develop sourcing strategies for rolesLinkedIn Recruiter experience essentialExperience coaching and influencing hiring leadersExperience with psychometric assessments is preferredIf you are interested in this position and you feel like your skills and experience match the role, please apply within. For any questions please contact lara.drinnan@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the role:Looking for an experienced internal recruiter for a 3 month contract working part time 20 hours per week. Duties include:End to end recruitment of roles from entry-level to leader, predominantly across our Supply Chain FunctionProactive Sourcing using various channelsCandidate communication from advertising to screening assessment and hireAbout you:The ideal candidate would have experience working in a medium to large team within internal recruitment.Experience using ATS systemsAbility to develop sourcing strategies for rolesLinkedIn Recruiter experience essentialExperience coaching and influencing hiring leadersExperience with psychometric assessments is preferredIf you are interested in this position and you feel like your skills and experience match the role, please apply within. For any questions please contact lara.drinnan@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
      • AU$300,000 - AU$340,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our client is a leading Global pharmaceutical company, recently nominated as one of the most attractive Life science employers in Australia. They continue to focus on developing highly innovative medicines that contribute to making a difference in people's lives by advancing the frontier of new treatment options. Their employees are committed to improving quality of life for patients and to working with our partners in health care in approximately 80 countries worldwide. We are recruiting a Finance Director to join a high performing leadership team characterised by a philosophy of building trust and empowering their teams. This a rare opportunity to join a company that is well positioned for continued growth and portfolio expansion.The Finance Director is a key member of the Oceania Leadership Team. The Finance Director takes a leadership role in the performance of the company and it’s business development activities to drive revenue growth and profitability, supporting business decisions with analysis, insights and judgements so that better decisions are made. Supply chain experience is essential - running supply chain plus the finance arm of the business.Key ResponsibilitiesSet up and maintain accounting system policies, procedures and standards that meet local regulatory and corporate management requirementsDeliver monthly financial reporting (statutory and internal) accurately and within timelines. Internal reporting includes monthly business P&L analysis, rolling cash flow forecast, monthly sales pipeline, and other required ad hoc analysis reports.Lead annual budget process and related tracking and analysis.Improve system for direct cost management.Identify ways to reduce costs across the business.Act as a business partner ensuring the day-to-day operational support for the businesses are efficient and effective.Provide professional financial advice and solutions and drive business initiatives.Fully support tax accountantsManaging currency hedging and transfersQuarterly board reporting packs (included in this is your Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss, Cash flow statement as well as key analysis and insights of current financial metrics and budget comparisons)Assisting with preparation of documents and files for annual reporting/tax obligations/R&D grantsCritical technical, professional and personal capabilities:Tertiary degree in Business or AccountingCPA or equivalentPost Graduate Qualification in Accounting, Commerce or Business is desired3-5 years experience or in-depth exposure in a commercial role, preferably in thepharmaceutical/ prescription industryStrong understanding of Pharmaceutical or Biologics manufacturing and cGMP processes, aswell as new product introduction, and controlled substance requirementsKnowledge and experience in the Australian financial systemExperience in strategic finance management - taking lead roles in investments, buildingbusiness models, partnerships (ie out licensing, acquisitions)Demonstrated strength in financial controls and fiduciary responsibilityDemonstrated experience as a collaborative business partner with internal and external clientsAwaiting the successful applicant is a super culture built on Integrity, Fairness and Honesty, additionally numerous benefits to compliment a very competitive salary package. This role offers enormous potential for personal and professional growth with regional and global future succession a reality in the future.If you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@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.
      Our client is a leading Global pharmaceutical company, recently nominated as one of the most attractive Life science employers in Australia. They continue to focus on developing highly innovative medicines that contribute to making a difference in people's lives by advancing the frontier of new treatment options. Their employees are committed to improving quality of life for patients and to working with our partners in health care in approximately 80 countries worldwide. We are recruiting a Finance Director to join a high performing leadership team characterised by a philosophy of building trust and empowering their teams. This a rare opportunity to join a company that is well positioned for continued growth and portfolio expansion.The Finance Director is a key member of the Oceania Leadership Team. The Finance Director takes a leadership role in the performance of the company and it’s business development activities to drive revenue growth and profitability, supporting business decisions with analysis, insights and judgements so that better decisions are made. Supply chain experience is essential - running supply chain plus the finance arm of the business.Key ResponsibilitiesSet up and maintain accounting system policies, procedures and standards that meet local regulatory and corporate management requirementsDeliver monthly financial reporting (statutory and internal) accurately and within timelines. Internal reporting includes monthly business P&L analysis, rolling cash flow forecast, monthly sales pipeline, and other required ad hoc analysis reports.Lead annual budget process and related tracking and analysis.Improve system for direct cost management.Identify ways to reduce costs across the business.Act as a business partner ensuring the day-to-day operational support for the businesses are efficient and effective.Provide professional financial advice and solutions and drive business initiatives.Fully support tax accountantsManaging currency hedging and transfersQuarterly board reporting packs (included in this is your Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss, Cash flow statement as well as key analysis and insights of current financial metrics and budget comparisons)Assisting with preparation of documents and files for annual reporting/tax obligations/R&D grantsCritical technical, professional and personal capabilities:Tertiary degree in Business or AccountingCPA or equivalentPost Graduate Qualification in Accounting, Commerce or Business is desired3-5 years experience or in-depth exposure in a commercial role, preferably in thepharmaceutical/ prescription industryStrong understanding of Pharmaceutical or Biologics manufacturing and cGMP processes, aswell as new product introduction, and controlled substance requirementsKnowledge and experience in the Australian financial systemExperience in strategic finance management - taking lead roles in investments, buildingbusiness models, partnerships (ie out licensing, acquisitions)Demonstrated strength in financial controls and fiduciary responsibilityDemonstrated experience as a collaborative business partner with internal and external clientsAwaiting the successful applicant is a super culture built on Integrity, Fairness and Honesty, additionally numerous benefits to compliment a very competitive salary package. This role offers enormous potential for personal and professional growth with regional and global future succession a reality in the future.If you think this position is right for you, apply now!Have a question before applying? Please contact Cassie Butcher oncassie.butcher@randstad.com.au.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$65.00 - AU$75.00, per hour, super
      • full-time
      Defence roless2x Subcontracting SpecialistsOffices: BrisbaneContracts:1 is through until August 2022 - potential to be made perm1 is through until June 2022 - potential to be made permBaseline clearance required as a minimum (Nv1 or NV2 is beneficial)Team: Supply Chain ManagementRates: Up to $75/hour + super The opportunityWe have an opportunity for a Subcontracts Specialist to support continuing growth experienced within Defence Australia. The successful candidate will join the Contracting team forming part of the Supply Chain Management capability and draw from previous relevant experience to ensure effective market engagement and subcontract management.Responsibilities will include:Develop strong relationships with stakeholders to understand business requirements and support the development of procurement strategies and priorities.Support the delivery of work packages to achieve efficient and on-time delivery of campaigns and program milestones.Conduct market engagement activities (RFx) to identify and select qualified subcontractors.Engage with large multi-national and local SME suppliers to ensure value for money.Negotiate subcontract agreements, including reviewing and drafting contractual terms and conditions.Support contract management activities over the program term.Liaise with Functional, Technical, Commercial and Legal stakeholders.Ensure supplier activities are compliant with applicable regulatory trade control (export-import) requirements.Support the effective management of contract performance through relevant supplier relationship management frameworks.Monitor and report cost, schedule, and status of subcontractors and recommend or implement corrective action as necessary.Participate in the development of process improvement initiatives and value for money opportunities.To be successful you will have:Demonstrated experience of pre and post-award subcontract management in a project environment (Defence industry experience is desirable)Tertiary Education in Commerce, Law or Business or relevant experience (MCIPS preferred)High level competency in written and oral communication and standard business tools and systemsAn enthusiasm for working with suppliers and identifying new opportunities and relationshipsThe ability to work with cross functional teamsThe ability to work autonomously to see projects and opportunities through to completionApplicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements. Please note that this is nonnegotiable If you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. 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.
      Defence roless2x Subcontracting SpecialistsOffices: BrisbaneContracts:1 is through until August 2022 - potential to be made perm1 is through until June 2022 - potential to be made permBaseline clearance required as a minimum (Nv1 or NV2 is beneficial)Team: Supply Chain ManagementRates: Up to $75/hour + super The opportunityWe have an opportunity for a Subcontracts Specialist to support continuing growth experienced within Defence Australia. The successful candidate will join the Contracting team forming part of the Supply Chain Management capability and draw from previous relevant experience to ensure effective market engagement and subcontract management.Responsibilities will include:Develop strong relationships with stakeholders to understand business requirements and support the development of procurement strategies and priorities.Support the delivery of work packages to achieve efficient and on-time delivery of campaigns and program milestones.Conduct market engagement activities (RFx) to identify and select qualified subcontractors.Engage with large multi-national and local SME suppliers to ensure value for money.Negotiate subcontract agreements, including reviewing and drafting contractual terms and conditions.Support contract management activities over the program term.Liaise with Functional, Technical, Commercial and Legal stakeholders.Ensure supplier activities are compliant with applicable regulatory trade control (export-import) requirements.Support the effective management of contract performance through relevant supplier relationship management frameworks.Monitor and report cost, schedule, and status of subcontractors and recommend or implement corrective action as necessary.Participate in the development of process improvement initiatives and value for money opportunities.To be successful you will have:Demonstrated experience of pre and post-award subcontract management in a project environment (Defence industry experience is desirable)Tertiary Education in Commerce, Law or Business or relevant experience (MCIPS preferred)High level competency in written and oral communication and standard business tools and systemsAn enthusiasm for working with suppliers and identifying new opportunities and relationshipsThe ability to work with cross functional teamsThe ability to work autonomously to see projects and opportunities through to completionApplicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements. Please note that this is nonnegotiable If you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. 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.
      • surry hills, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$750 - AU$900 per day
      • full-time
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced IT Procurement Manager to join a reputable Public Sector agency in Sydney.There will be a strong scope of work involved with strategic sourcing and assisting in managing category plans and developing strategies within their IT & Professional services spend as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Implementation and management of category plans with the objective to manage risk and develop alternate sources of supplyContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide high level advice and guidance to the business across the IT Spend from a procurement perspective including strategic sourcing, contract managementManagement of procurement processes, systems and proceduresProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementProvide support to pricing reviews and contract re-negotiation, manage performance reviews, resolving supplier performance matters and incidentsKey Requirements:3 - 5 years minimum experience in Category Management across IT & professional services within a large organisationRelevant tertiary qualifications in supply Chain or business management risk or similarDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleExperience in working with a technology team and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.Government experience is preferred.If you are interested and immediately available, please apply to this ad or alternatively, send your CV to Michelle Wakim via michelle.wakim@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced IT Procurement Manager to join a reputable Public Sector agency in Sydney.There will be a strong scope of work involved with strategic sourcing and assisting in managing category plans and developing strategies within their IT & Professional services spend as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Implementation and management of category plans with the objective to manage risk and develop alternate sources of supplyContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide high level advice and guidance to the business across the IT Spend from a procurement perspective including strategic sourcing, contract managementManagement of procurement processes, systems and proceduresProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementProvide support to pricing reviews and contract re-negotiation, manage performance reviews, resolving supplier performance matters and incidentsKey Requirements:3 - 5 years minimum experience in Category Management across IT & professional services within a large organisationRelevant tertiary qualifications in supply Chain or business management risk or similarDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleExperience in working with a technology team and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.Government experience is preferred.If you are interested and immediately available, please apply to this ad or alternatively, send your CV to Michelle Wakim via michelle.wakim@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • pyrmont, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$72,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Financially stable businessCareer development opportunitiesLocated in Pyrmont, close to public transportYour New Role You will join a global business dedicated to distributing high tech packaging materials. As the Logistics and Sales Coordinator, your aim is to ensure a smooth order and distribution process for all customer orders. This is a diverse and operational role that requires a high level of customer service, reporting and administration. Main ResponsibiitiesProcess customer orders into the systemEnsure product SKUs, quantities and prices are all correct for ordersMonitor orders and communicate any changes in regards to distributionsEnsure paperwork is compliant to company standardsMaintain a high level of customer serviceBenefits to You Full training providedFinancially stable and global businessClose to public transport in PyrmontReport to a flexible and supportive managerBeautifully renovated officesAbout YouCustomer Service, Order Processing, Logistics, Supply Chain, Distribution, Call Centre and Contact Centre experience highly desirableA customer-centric and service-oriented mind-setA positive attitude and strong work ethicIf you are looking for a role you can stay in long term and can enjoy coming to work every day, then APPLY NOW! Alterntively please send your resume to anastasia.watson@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.
      Financially stable businessCareer development opportunitiesLocated in Pyrmont, close to public transportYour New Role You will join a global business dedicated to distributing high tech packaging materials. As the Logistics and Sales Coordinator, your aim is to ensure a smooth order and distribution process for all customer orders. This is a diverse and operational role that requires a high level of customer service, reporting and administration. Main ResponsibiitiesProcess customer orders into the systemEnsure product SKUs, quantities and prices are all correct for ordersMonitor orders and communicate any changes in regards to distributionsEnsure paperwork is compliant to company standardsMaintain a high level of customer serviceBenefits to You Full training providedFinancially stable and global businessClose to public transport in PyrmontReport to a flexible and supportive managerBeautifully renovated officesAbout YouCustomer Service, Order Processing, Logistics, Supply Chain, Distribution, Call Centre and Contact Centre experience highly desirableA customer-centric and service-oriented mind-setA positive attitude and strong work ethicIf you are looking for a role you can stay in long term and can enjoy coming to work every day, then APPLY NOW! Alterntively please send your resume to anastasia.watson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • full-time
      Quality Engineer – Auto ManufacturingI’m hiring: I’m currently recruiting for a Quality Engineer to join my client on a temp to perm basis. Based out of Murarrie, you will be a Degree qualified engineer in either in Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering or Electrical/Electronic Engineering in an Automotive / High Tech Manufacturing Environment backgroundRole requirements:Test and ensure quality of the harness and PCB produced in-house and from suppliers.Provide non-conformance report (NCR) for the faulty partsAudit, report and discuss issues with supplier and engage in helping the supplier find the root cause and come up with corrective actions. Follow up on the implementation of corrective actionsEngage with design, continuous improvement, production, supply chain, IQC and warehouse teams to effectively resolve issues and ensure quality productParticipate in the fitment testWeekly and monthly quality report writing Skill-setsQuality control and testProduction team leadingProduction planning and schedulingPCB soldering and testElectronics system design, test and troubleshootTechnical writingComputer SkillsMicrosoft Word, Excel, Power point, ProjectJIRADesign Tools: Altium, LTSpice, MatLabProgramming : C/C++If you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. 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.
      Quality Engineer – Auto ManufacturingI’m hiring: I’m currently recruiting for a Quality Engineer to join my client on a temp to perm basis. Based out of Murarrie, you will be a Degree qualified engineer in either in Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering or Electrical/Electronic Engineering in an Automotive / High Tech Manufacturing Environment backgroundRole requirements:Test and ensure quality of the harness and PCB produced in-house and from suppliers.Provide non-conformance report (NCR) for the faulty partsAudit, report and discuss issues with supplier and engage in helping the supplier find the root cause and come up with corrective actions. Follow up on the implementation of corrective actionsEngage with design, continuous improvement, production, supply chain, IQC and warehouse teams to effectively resolve issues and ensure quality productParticipate in the fitment testWeekly and monthly quality report writing Skill-setsQuality control and testProduction team leadingProduction planning and schedulingPCB soldering and testElectronics system design, test and troubleshootTechnical writingComputer SkillsMicrosoft Word, Excel, Power point, ProjectJIRADesign Tools: Altium, LTSpice, MatLabProgramming : C/C++If you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. 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.
      • pyrmont, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$72,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Financially stable businessCareer development opportunitiesLocated in Pyrmont, close to public transportYour New Role You will join a global business dedicated to distributing high tech packaging materials. As the Shipping Coordinator, your aim is to ensure a smooth order and distribution process for all customer orders. This is a diverse and operational role that requires a high level of customer service, reporting and administration. Main ResponsibiitiesProcess customer orders into the systemEnsure product SKUs, quantities and prices are all correct for ordersMonitor orders and communicate any changes in regards to distributionsEnsure paperwork is compliant to company standardsMaintain a high level of customer serviceBenefits to You Full training providedFinancially stable and global businessClose to public transport in PyrmontReport to a flexible and supportive managerBeautifully renovated officesAbout YouCustomer Service, Shipping, Order Processing, Logistics, Supply Chain, Distribution, Call Centre and Contact Centre experience highly desirableA customer-centric and service-oriented mind-setA positive attitude and strong work ethicIf you are looking for a role you can stay in long term and can enjoy coming to work every day, then APPLY NOW! Alterntively please send your resume to anastasia.watson@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.
      Financially stable businessCareer development opportunitiesLocated in Pyrmont, close to public transportYour New Role You will join a global business dedicated to distributing high tech packaging materials. As the Shipping Coordinator, your aim is to ensure a smooth order and distribution process for all customer orders. This is a diverse and operational role that requires a high level of customer service, reporting and administration. Main ResponsibiitiesProcess customer orders into the systemEnsure product SKUs, quantities and prices are all correct for ordersMonitor orders and communicate any changes in regards to distributionsEnsure paperwork is compliant to company standardsMaintain a high level of customer serviceBenefits to You Full training providedFinancially stable and global businessClose to public transport in PyrmontReport to a flexible and supportive managerBeautifully renovated officesAbout YouCustomer Service, Shipping, Order Processing, Logistics, Supply Chain, Distribution, Call Centre and Contact Centre experience highly desirableA customer-centric and service-oriented mind-setA positive attitude and strong work ethicIf you are looking for a role you can stay in long term and can enjoy coming to work every day, then APPLY NOW! Alterntively please send your resume to anastasia.watson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • AU$50.00 - AU$70.00, per hour, AU$50 - AU$70 per hour + Plus Super
      • full-time
      About the role:Skout Solutions and Ventia will soon be delivering a major fleet replacement, systems engineering and integrated logistics support program for a major client to assist in the success of our new exciting Land 8120 contract for Defence. Skout are seeking an experienced Technical Coordinator to coordinate the technical data documentation for the contract on a 12 month basis. This role is based in our Bourke Street office or Heatherton office with the ability to work from home. The hours of work are from Monday to Friday between 8.30 to 17:00. The role offers and attractive pay rate of $50-$70 per hour plus Super subject to experience. What's in it for you?Competitive hourly rateJoin a major Ventia business unit with significant career progression opportunities availableFlexible work arrangements allowing a mix of working from home and a CBD and Heatherton office Duties and Responsibilities:Lead and manage the coordination of technical documents, including codification data, disposal requirements, technical data, packaging, handling, storage and transportation requirements, and support and test equipmentInterface with OEMs and subcontractors to obtain technical material and documentationManage and monitor the scheduling, quality and compliance of technical document deliveryManage a small team of Technical Document Writers and CodifiersSupport and, where necessary, facilitate internal and external audits and compliance activities Coordinate stocktaking and reporting on Commonwealth assets as per the CASPWhat you will need to be successful:Tertiary and/or Trade qualifications in Logistics, Supply Chain, Maintenance, Training, EngineeringCertificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment (Preferred)Word processing training and competenciesDocument production training and competenciesData management and document control systemsSignificant experience and proficiency in technical documentation development in a Defence ILS context Please note that due to client requirements we can only consider candidates who are Australian Citizens.As a part of the recruitment process, you will be asked to obtain an Australian Police check and a Pre-Employment Assessment as part of our background checks. *Shortlisted applicants will be contacted*
      About the role:Skout Solutions and Ventia will soon be delivering a major fleet replacement, systems engineering and integrated logistics support program for a major client to assist in the success of our new exciting Land 8120 contract for Defence. Skout are seeking an experienced Technical Coordinator to coordinate the technical data documentation for the contract on a 12 month basis. This role is based in our Bourke Street office or Heatherton office with the ability to work from home. The hours of work are from Monday to Friday between 8.30 to 17:00. The role offers and attractive pay rate of $50-$70 per hour plus Super subject to experience. What's in it for you?Competitive hourly rateJoin a major Ventia business unit with significant career progression opportunities availableFlexible work arrangements allowing a mix of working from home and a CBD and Heatherton office Duties and Responsibilities:Lead and manage the coordination of technical documents, including codification data, disposal requirements, technical data, packaging, handling, storage and transportation requirements, and support and test equipmentInterface with OEMs and subcontractors to obtain technical material and documentationManage and monitor the scheduling, quality and compliance of technical document deliveryManage a small team of Technical Document Writers and CodifiersSupport and, where necessary, facilitate internal and external audits and compliance activities Coordinate stocktaking and reporting on Commonwealth assets as per the CASPWhat you will need to be successful:Tertiary and/or Trade qualifications in Logistics, Supply Chain, Maintenance, Training, EngineeringCertificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment (Preferred)Word processing training and competenciesDocument production training and competenciesData management and document control systemsSignificant experience and proficiency in technical documentation development in a Defence ILS context Please note that due to client requirements we can only consider candidates who are Australian Citizens.As a part of the recruitment process, you will be asked to obtain an Australian Police check and a Pre-Employment Assessment as part of our background checks. *Shortlisted applicants will be contacted*
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently working with multiple ASX listed businesses, and government departments, that are seeking procurement & contracts professionals. Opportunities include:Adelaide based Contracts Administrator - with some sourcing/procurement responsibilities - 12 to 18 month contract, oil & gas industry. Day rate. FIFO Senior Contracts Administrator - 6 month contract, engineering industry. Day rate. Multiple Adelaide based contracts managers - 6 month contracts with extension likely, state government - education & construction. Hourly rate. Adelaide based contracts administrator - permanent role in commercial construction/fitout. Annual salary. Responsibilities will include:Procurement and sourcing activities, including liaising with stakeholders on scoping, sourcing and negotiation pre contract execution Tender management including preparation, issue, evaluation, recommendation and awardReview and management of commercial issues throughout the tender processActing as the point of contact for all contract related queries from subcontractors and all other external stakeholders Providing direction to internal stakeholders on contract terms and interpretation Drafting and administering subcontracts, ensuring alignment with project risk and commercial requirements Contract Notices – Prepare and settle client Variations, Extension of Time, Disputes or any other commercially sensitive notices Progress claims – Prepare and settle Milestone progress claims including supporting documentation as required Registers – set up and maintain variation, EoT and contract registers for key projects The suitable candidate will possess the following: Tertiary qualifications either in law, contracts, engineering, supply chain etcDemonstrated experience within contracts in the construction, power & energy, similar heavy industry/industrial sector, or governmentEnd-to-end contracts management experience demonstrating knowledge in negotiating terms Excellent written and verbal communication skills For the opportunity to be considered for any of these positions, please submit your up to date CV to Randstad’s procurement & contracts specialist Rachel Homer via the 'apply now' adjacent to the advert or call 8150 7034 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently working with multiple ASX listed businesses, and government departments, that are seeking procurement & contracts professionals. Opportunities include:Adelaide based Contracts Administrator - with some sourcing/procurement responsibilities - 12 to 18 month contract, oil & gas industry. Day rate. FIFO Senior Contracts Administrator - 6 month contract, engineering industry. Day rate. Multiple Adelaide based contracts managers - 6 month contracts with extension likely, state government - education & construction. Hourly rate. Adelaide based contracts administrator - permanent role in commercial construction/fitout. Annual salary. Responsibilities will include:Procurement and sourcing activities, including liaising with stakeholders on scoping, sourcing and negotiation pre contract execution Tender management including preparation, issue, evaluation, recommendation and awardReview and management of commercial issues throughout the tender processActing as the point of contact for all contract related queries from subcontractors and all other external stakeholders Providing direction to internal stakeholders on contract terms and interpretation Drafting and administering subcontracts, ensuring alignment with project risk and commercial requirements Contract Notices – Prepare and settle client Variations, Extension of Time, Disputes or any other commercially sensitive notices Progress claims – Prepare and settle Milestone progress claims including supporting documentation as required Registers – set up and maintain variation, EoT and contract registers for key projects The suitable candidate will possess the following: Tertiary qualifications either in law, contracts, engineering, supply chain etcDemonstrated experience within contracts in the construction, power & energy, similar heavy industry/industrial sector, or governmentEnd-to-end contracts management experience demonstrating knowledge in negotiating terms Excellent written and verbal communication skills For the opportunity to be considered for any of these positions, please submit your up to date CV to Randstad’s procurement & contracts specialist Rachel Homer via the 'apply now' adjacent to the advert or call 8150 7034 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Asset Planning Engineer - Track, Civil & StructuralRandstad have partnered with a major rail operator in their search for two Asset Planning Engineers within their Track, Civil & Structures Team. Benefits of this role:Chance to shape the Victorian transport industryMarket leading rates available Great career progression with potential permanent opportunity Key Responsibilities include:Review & validate MPM nominations and prioritise in current or future MPM workbanks if nomination is not rejected.Identify, engage and document stakeholder requirements from key internal stakeholders such as Network Maintenance & Network Engineering in order to develop a Stage Gate 1 Project Brief.Develop a Stage Gate 1 Project brief, SG1PB must include agreed scope, known defects, design requirements, high level bill of materials, target cost estimate (TCE) (+/- 20% accuracy) and milestone timeline. It may also include things such as surveys, assessments, photos, maps, speed restrictions etc.Coordinate Site Inspections and workshops with key stakeholders to ensure scopes are clearly known and agreed as well as constraints.Develop site maps to assist in visualisation of the scope of worksVerify costs with the Estimator as well as inventory cost & availability with Supply Chain.Work closely with Lifecycle Planning team to identify assets in the model requiring renewal and nominate for renewal. The successful candidate will have:A bachelor’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline and/or Asset Management (essential)Minimum 2 years structures, civil & facilities rail experience. (essential)Experience in identifying, developing, and delivering track & civil rail projects (essential)Experience in rail maintenance (beneficial) Randstad Government Professionals CPE recruits within the Building and Infrastructure sector(s), partnering with the Victorian State Government, Victorian Local Government to provide outstanding project managers engineers, planners and associated professionals. We learn precisely what our clients require and expect, and in return we supply staff who share the ethos of the Victorian State Government and local Councils.To apply, or answer any questions related to this role, please call Ben Smith on 0421229905 or email at ben.smith@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.
      Asset Planning Engineer - Track, Civil & StructuralRandstad have partnered with a major rail operator in their search for two Asset Planning Engineers within their Track, Civil & Structures Team. Benefits of this role:Chance to shape the Victorian transport industryMarket leading rates available Great career progression with potential permanent opportunity Key Responsibilities include:Review & validate MPM nominations and prioritise in current or future MPM workbanks if nomination is not rejected.Identify, engage and document stakeholder requirements from key internal stakeholders such as Network Maintenance & Network Engineering in order to develop a Stage Gate 1 Project Brief.Develop a Stage Gate 1 Project brief, SG1PB must include agreed scope, known defects, design requirements, high level bill of materials, target cost estimate (TCE) (+/- 20% accuracy) and milestone timeline. It may also include things such as surveys, assessments, photos, maps, speed restrictions etc.Coordinate Site Inspections and workshops with key stakeholders to ensure scopes are clearly known and agreed as well as constraints.Develop site maps to assist in visualisation of the scope of worksVerify costs with the Estimator as well as inventory cost & availability with Supply Chain.Work closely with Lifecycle Planning team to identify assets in the model requiring renewal and nominate for renewal. The successful candidate will have:A bachelor’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline and/or Asset Management (essential)Minimum 2 years structures, civil & facilities rail experience. (essential)Experience in identifying, developing, and delivering track & civil rail projects (essential)Experience in rail maintenance (beneficial) Randstad Government Professionals CPE recruits within the Building and Infrastructure sector(s), partnering with the Victorian State Government, Victorian Local Government to provide outstanding project managers engineers, planners and associated professionals. We learn precisely what our clients require and expect, and in return we supply staff who share the ethos of the Victorian State Government and local Councils.To apply, or answer any questions related to this role, please call Ben Smith on 0421229905 or email at ben.smith@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.
      • oxley, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$90,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      My client is currently looking to add a supply Co-Ordinator to the growing team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the management of inventory a to support the sales and manufacturing operations.Using an analytic approach, this role is a pillar for strategic planning and cost-effective day-to-day management of raw material and finished goods which ensures an exceptional customer experience and inventory cashflow management.The role closely supports the Operations Manager and provides a holistic approach to managing and optimizing supply activities and processes.Role and responsibilities:Minimum five years’ purchasing, planning and material control experienceSpecific knowledge of common purchasing operations and methodsBachelor’s degree in Business Operations, Supply Chain Management, Engineering Discipline, or other relevant disciplineWorking knowledge of ERP/MRP principles and materials managementExceptional data analysis and reporting skillsEffective written and oral communication, organization, and interpersonal skills; ability to review and interpret concepts and communicate necessary actions and requests clearly and concisely.High regard for respect in the workplace with good ethical and moral judgment.Ability to be flexible in a dynamic, high-volume work environment with changing prioritiesMust be a flexible, decisive and proactive problem solver.ProductionPlanning and managing production requirements to meet customer demand and best utilize the company’s productive capacityAnalyze production requirements based on immediate sales orders and short/medium term forecast considering production resources (people, materials, equipment)Develop production plans and raise accurate work ordersManage day-to-day logistics and flow of production parts to and from vendors, including negotiating expedite plans when necessaryCreate and utilize consistent planning, purchasing and scheduling methodologies to achieve on time delivery to customers.PurchasingPlan material requirements to meet customer demandAccurately maintain finished goods and raw materials inventory at optimal levels to achieve company operating goalsPerform purchasing tasks in support of manufacturing and distribution activityDevelop and maintain successful relationships with vendorsInventory ControlCo-ordinate the stock control functions, including cycle counts, stock takes and day to day adjustments as required.Data entry on all areas of business as requiredReporting and analysing on all areas of production and purchasing operations to support strategic planning and forecastingIf you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      My client is currently looking to add a supply Co-Ordinator to the growing team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the management of inventory a to support the sales and manufacturing operations.Using an analytic approach, this role is a pillar for strategic planning and cost-effective day-to-day management of raw material and finished goods which ensures an exceptional customer experience and inventory cashflow management.The role closely supports the Operations Manager and provides a holistic approach to managing and optimizing supply activities and processes.Role and responsibilities:Minimum five years’ purchasing, planning and material control experienceSpecific knowledge of common purchasing operations and methodsBachelor’s degree in Business Operations, Supply Chain Management, Engineering Discipline, or other relevant disciplineWorking knowledge of ERP/MRP principles and materials managementExceptional data analysis and reporting skillsEffective written and oral communication, organization, and interpersonal skills; ability to review and interpret concepts and communicate necessary actions and requests clearly and concisely.High regard for respect in the workplace with good ethical and moral judgment.Ability to be flexible in a dynamic, high-volume work environment with changing prioritiesMust be a flexible, decisive and proactive problem solver.ProductionPlanning and managing production requirements to meet customer demand and best utilize the company’s productive capacityAnalyze production requirements based on immediate sales orders and short/medium term forecast considering production resources (people, materials, equipment)Develop production plans and raise accurate work ordersManage day-to-day logistics and flow of production parts to and from vendors, including negotiating expedite plans when necessaryCreate and utilize consistent planning, purchasing and scheduling methodologies to achieve on time delivery to customers.PurchasingPlan material requirements to meet customer demandAccurately maintain finished goods and raw materials inventory at optimal levels to achieve company operating goalsPerform purchasing tasks in support of manufacturing and distribution activityDevelop and maintain successful relationships with vendorsInventory ControlCo-ordinate the stock control functions, including cycle counts, stock takes and day to day adjustments as required.Data entry on all areas of business as requiredReporting and analysing on all areas of production and purchasing operations to support strategic planning and forecastingIf you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • temporary
      • AU$34.00 - AU$35.00, per hour, Plus penalty rates and super
      • full-time
      This is an opportunity for an experienced forklift driver. We have both day and night shifts on offer. You will be joining a fantastic team, working in a multi purpose warehouse environment, located in HEATHWOOD. The role Moving goods around the warehousePick and packing of ordersForklift operationsGeneral hand when required To apply you will need A current LO or LF licence and previous experience in a similar forklift operator role loading and unloading trucks and shelving. A valid Forklift licence (LO or LF)storeperson, warehouse, logistics,experience an advantagePrevious experience loading/unloading trucksphysically fit and able to do manual tasks In return Working for Randstad comes with benefits which you can access from the start of your contract. Multiple pay runs, to ensure you are paid on-timeSpecial offers for phone plans, private healthcare and financial servicesDiscounts from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more. Apply now Ready to apply? Send your resume via the apply button.If you don’t have access to your CV right now, email ryan.reid@randstad.com.au and provide details of your relevant experience, forklift driver licenses.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 an opportunity for an experienced forklift driver. We have both day and night shifts on offer. You will be joining a fantastic team, working in a multi purpose warehouse environment, located in HEATHWOOD. The role Moving goods around the warehousePick and packing of ordersForklift operationsGeneral hand when required To apply you will need A current LO or LF licence and previous experience in a similar forklift operator role loading and unloading trucks and shelving. A valid Forklift licence (LO or LF)storeperson, warehouse, logistics,experience an advantagePrevious experience loading/unloading trucksphysically fit and able to do manual tasks In return Working for Randstad comes with benefits which you can access from the start of your contract. Multiple pay runs, to ensure you are paid on-timeSpecial offers for phone plans, private healthcare and financial servicesDiscounts from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more. Apply now Ready to apply? Send your resume via the apply button.If you don’t have access to your CV right now, email ryan.reid@randstad.com.au and provide details of your relevant experience, forklift driver licenses.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$37.70 - AU$41.00 per hour
      • full-time
      We have just had an opportunity become available with one of Australia's leading companies in the postage and delivery companies. We are currently looking for people to join within a tight knit team working in a very fast paced environment. The opportunity can lead into a full-time position based on the performance and reliability of the applicant. Requirements: Sorting freight into universal loading devices (ULDs)Previous experience in fast-paced warehouse operationsUnloading freight onto converyor belt systemsAdhering to strict site safe operating proceduresFurther Details: Monday - Friday rosterAfternoon shift and Night shift vacanciesLocated near the Brisbane AirportASAP startBenefites: Ongoing workIndustry leading hourly ratesTraining and development providedAt 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 just had an opportunity become available with one of Australia's leading companies in the postage and delivery companies. We are currently looking for people to join within a tight knit team working in a very fast paced environment. The opportunity can lead into a full-time position based on the performance and reliability of the applicant. Requirements: Sorting freight into universal loading devices (ULDs)Previous experience in fast-paced warehouse operationsUnloading freight onto converyor belt systemsAdhering to strict site safe operating proceduresFurther Details: Monday - Friday rosterAfternoon shift and Night shift vacanciesLocated near the Brisbane AirportASAP startBenefites: Ongoing workIndustry leading hourly ratesTraining and development providedAt 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$26.50 - AU$26.50, per hour, +Super +overtime
      • full-time
      Currently seeking workers for a plant farm in Yellow Rock- Blue Mountains Ongoing for up to 4 monthsDay shift, 7am start$26.50 P/H + overtimeDuties: Pick & pack of plantsProduction lineMoving/rotating plantsWatering plantsGeneral yard dutiesTo be successful: Previous experience in a similar roleAbility to work outdoorsManual handlingReliable transportIf you are interested, please click ‘APPLY NOW’ or phone Brittany on 9615 5300 for more details. 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.
      Currently seeking workers for a plant farm in Yellow Rock- Blue Mountains Ongoing for up to 4 monthsDay shift, 7am start$26.50 P/H + overtimeDuties: Pick & pack of plantsProduction lineMoving/rotating plantsWatering plantsGeneral yard dutiesTo be successful: Previous experience in a similar roleAbility to work outdoorsManual handlingReliable transportIf you are interested, please click ‘APPLY NOW’ or phone Brittany on 9615 5300 for more details. 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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