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      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Accounts Receivable Team LeaderOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for an accounts receivable team leader who is a self sufficient and diligent worker. 3 month contract (high possibility of extension)No mandate to be in office (1-2 days encouraged)$64.93 per hourYour new RoleYou will be joining the organisation to lead a team of 6 direct reports. You will have good leadership and stakeholder management skills and an understanding of AR, policies, procedures and systems is required.Lead, motivate, develop, and manage staff delivering the accounts receivable function.Provide leadership and authoritative advice on complex accounts receivable issues, systems, and processes to staff across the department, and resolve accounts receivable issues.Continually improve policies and procedures, internal controls, staff and customer communication, education, and training to ensure best practice accounts receivable.Manage the provision of debt and aged debtor balance reports, with an ongoing focus on improving the collection process.Identify and respond to new and emerging strategic issues impacting accounts receivable issues.Manage revenue collection arrangements across all departmental sites, including system support and guidance to over-the-counter staff at these locations.Develop and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders, including divisions, and colleagues within Finance and Planning.Practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships, and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued, and able to participate.What you will need to succeedOracle system experience requiredGovernment experience is preferable 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.
      Accounts Receivable Team LeaderOur client, a large state government organisation, is looking for an accounts receivable team leader who is a self sufficient and diligent worker. 3 month contract (high possibility of extension)No mandate to be in office (1-2 days encouraged)$64.93 per hourYour new RoleYou will be joining the organisation to lead a team of 6 direct reports. You will have good leadership and stakeholder management skills and an understanding of AR, policies, procedures and systems is required.Lead, motivate, develop, and manage staff delivering the accounts receivable function.Provide leadership and authoritative advice on complex accounts receivable issues, systems, and processes to staff across the department, and resolve accounts receivable issues.Continually improve policies and procedures, internal controls, staff and customer communication, education, and training to ensure best practice accounts receivable.Manage the provision of debt and aged debtor balance reports, with an ongoing focus on improving the collection process.Identify and respond to new and emerging strategic issues impacting accounts receivable issues.Manage revenue collection arrangements across all departmental sites, including system support and guidance to over-the-counter staff at these locations.Develop and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders, including divisions, and colleagues within Finance and Planning.Practice cultural safety by creating environments, relationships, and systems free from racism and discrimination so that people can feel safe, valued, and able to participate.What you will need to succeedOracle system experience requiredGovernment experience is preferable At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$105,411 - AU$131,181, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced Team Leader across the Project Delivery Space of Civil Infrastructure Projects looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to lead a team and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Coordinator Capital Works, The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will lead a team of Engineers and Project Managers to deliver a diverse and complex suite of road and open space capital projects for the Mitchell Shire community.The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will be responsible for: Undertaking the delivery of high-quality community infrastructure projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications.Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework.Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets.Staff supervision & performance management providing accountable, competent and effective supervision of staff reporting to this role as well as constructive feedback.Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position.What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Team Leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability to lead and build a strong workplace culture within an up and coming team is essential. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or other related discipline.Demonstrated ability to lead, persuade & influence a broad range of stakeholders/clients to achieve project outcomes. Contract Management – Significant working knowledge managing, negotiating and delivering Professional Services & construction contracts. Project Management experience - developing project plans that clearly capture and define project objectives.Forward planning, programming, and inspection of major construction works, and managing Capital Works programs.Well-developed problem solving skills and ability to coordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Proficient communication skills to negotiate agreements and deal effectively with difficult situations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Are you an experienced Team Leader across the Project Delivery Space of Civil Infrastructure Projects looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to lead a team and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Coordinator Capital Works, The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will lead a team of Engineers and Project Managers to deliver a diverse and complex suite of road and open space capital projects for the Mitchell Shire community.The Team leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects will be responsible for: Undertaking the delivery of high-quality community infrastructure projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications.Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework.Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets.Staff supervision & performance management providing accountable, competent and effective supervision of staff reporting to this role as well as constructive feedback.Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position.What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Team Leader - Civil Infrastructure Projects who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability to lead and build a strong workplace culture within an up and coming team is essential. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or other related discipline.Demonstrated ability to lead, persuade & influence a broad range of stakeholders/clients to achieve project outcomes. Contract Management – Significant working knowledge managing, negotiating and delivering Professional Services & construction contracts. Project Management experience - developing project plans that clearly capture and define project objectives.Forward planning, programming, and inspection of major construction works, and managing Capital Works programs.Well-developed problem solving skills and ability to coordinate & lead staff and project manage a range of high profile projects, resources and contractors.Proficient communication skills to negotiate agreements and deal effectively with difficult situations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$85,000 per year
      • full-time
      Whether you are an experienced Teacher, or recently qualified and looking to enter the industry, Randstad is able to connect you with some of the industries biggest organisations, as well as lovely local centres.With some organisations offering great discounts and visa sponsorship, Randstad Education is able to assist you in taking the pressure off of applying for opportunities by:Presenting your CV directly to the decision maker within the desired organisationAssisting you with finding centres/brands that align with your teaching styles Organising interviews Obtaining feedback on your application Collating work rights documents, checking that references are suitable, and following up any other documents with employerNegotiating pay rates and contract conditions If you would like to have a further chat around what else Randstad may be able to assist with, feel free to chat to a consultant.Kiera.Smith@randstad.com.au | 08 9320 1682ABOUT YOUAn ACECQA recognised qualification in Early Childhood Education In depth knowledge of EYLF and NQFLeadership experience in Early Childhood sectorHigh level of administration skills Working with Childrens Check Police Clearance or willing to obtainBENEFITS Above award wages Learning and development Discounted child care fees
      Whether you are an experienced Teacher, or recently qualified and looking to enter the industry, Randstad is able to connect you with some of the industries biggest organisations, as well as lovely local centres.With some organisations offering great discounts and visa sponsorship, Randstad Education is able to assist you in taking the pressure off of applying for opportunities by:Presenting your CV directly to the decision maker within the desired organisationAssisting you with finding centres/brands that align with your teaching styles Organising interviews Obtaining feedback on your application Collating work rights documents, checking that references are suitable, and following up any other documents with employerNegotiating pay rates and contract conditions If you would like to have a further chat around what else Randstad may be able to assist with, feel free to chat to a consultant.Kiera.Smith@randstad.com.au | 08 9320 1682ABOUT YOUAn ACECQA recognised qualification in Early Childhood Education In depth knowledge of EYLF and NQFLeadership experience in Early Childhood sectorHigh level of administration skills Working with Childrens Check Police Clearance or willing to obtainBENEFITS Above award wages Learning and development Discounted child care fees
      • mulgrave, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About usOur client is one of the Global leaders in the fields of medical and safety technology. When you join this team, you join a company that manufactures products that protect, support and save lives around the world in hospitals, emergency services, authorities and the mining industry.About the roleOur client is currently seeking a Lead Technician who will perform a highly valued and critical role. Reporting to the operations manager, you will be overseeing and leading a large team of employees and contractors and providing safety services to customers throughout Australia through the maintenance and coordinating of our products. The duties and responsibilities of this role includes:Maintain, repair and test safety products and equipmentMaintain accurate service recordsPerforming all activities with safety as a priorityCoordination and optimisation of safety personnelProvide a history of work time, invoice costs and reports on safety projectsIdeally you will have experience in a similar position including:Supervision/ Management or Leadership experienceGreat communication skills and customer serviceNationally certified accreditation/ experience in: working at heights, confined space entry, gas test atmospheres, rescue coordination and hygieneEffective verbal and written communicationStrong computer literacy, including computer operation and Microsoft Office applications.Current Drivers LicenseComplete understanding of pricing structures & gross marginAnalysis & problem-solving skillsExperience working under pressure and organising work prioritiesRewards and Benefits:Competitive remuneration packageBonusesMobile phoneLaptopTraining providedTravel to various destinations across AustraliaAnd many other benefits If you feel you are suitable for this role, click apply or contact me directly at maggie.poutasi@randstad.com.au or call 0422 600 365.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 usOur client is one of the Global leaders in the fields of medical and safety technology. When you join this team, you join a company that manufactures products that protect, support and save lives around the world in hospitals, emergency services, authorities and the mining industry.About the roleOur client is currently seeking a Lead Technician who will perform a highly valued and critical role. Reporting to the operations manager, you will be overseeing and leading a large team of employees and contractors and providing safety services to customers throughout Australia through the maintenance and coordinating of our products. The duties and responsibilities of this role includes:Maintain, repair and test safety products and equipmentMaintain accurate service recordsPerforming all activities with safety as a priorityCoordination and optimisation of safety personnelProvide a history of work time, invoice costs and reports on safety projectsIdeally you will have experience in a similar position including:Supervision/ Management or Leadership experienceGreat communication skills and customer serviceNationally certified accreditation/ experience in: working at heights, confined space entry, gas test atmospheres, rescue coordination and hygieneEffective verbal and written communicationStrong computer literacy, including computer operation and Microsoft Office applications.Current Drivers LicenseComplete understanding of pricing structures & gross marginAnalysis & problem-solving skillsExperience working under pressure and organising work prioritiesRewards and Benefits:Competitive remuneration packageBonusesMobile phoneLaptopTraining providedTravel to various destinations across AustraliaAnd many other benefits If you feel you are suitable for this role, click apply or contact me directly at maggie.poutasi@randstad.com.au or call 0422 600 365.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.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$30 - AU$31 per year
      • full-time
      Our state government client is looking for experienced and skilled customer service professionals to work in their customer service centre in Geelong.The successful candidates will show the following attributes :Motivation to work in a Customer Service role and a genuine interest in resolving customers enquiriesHave a full valid driver’s licence and ability to drive a manual vehicleFlexibility to work across several offices within reasonable travel distancesFlexibility around hours and assignment requirementsProfessional, enthusiastic and courteous demeanour and excellent attendance and punctuality.Ability to learn, retain and apply large amounts of product, procedure and system information in a fast paced and high transaction environmentExcellent communication skillsAble to guide customers in digital servicesComputer Literacy with diverse computerKey tasks:Deliver registration and licensing services around the needs of our customers in a dynamic environment, over the counter, face to face, by telephone and in writing, in accordance with established policies and procedures, work instructions and guidelines, in a professional, timely and courteous manner .Supporting a number of self service, web applications and kiosk servicesDrive testingVehicle InspectionsEffectively respond to customer complaints and escalate issues to a team leader where appropriate.Working collaboratively as an effective team member to achieve key team and individual performance targets, supporting and participating in team activities and assisting to meet team objectives and provide guidance and development to fellow team leaders.Using multiple systems to extract and interpret a wide range of customer data to resolve customerChecks required to start in role:National Police record checkDept of Immigration and Citizenship Right to workLicence Drivers History checkIf you think you have the required experience and drive for a great inbound call centre role please apply on the link below or for more information contact Ryan.hall@randstad.com.AuAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our state government client is looking for experienced and skilled customer service professionals to work in their customer service centre in Geelong.The successful candidates will show the following attributes :Motivation to work in a Customer Service role and a genuine interest in resolving customers enquiriesHave a full valid driver’s licence and ability to drive a manual vehicleFlexibility to work across several offices within reasonable travel distancesFlexibility around hours and assignment requirementsProfessional, enthusiastic and courteous demeanour and excellent attendance and punctuality.Ability to learn, retain and apply large amounts of product, procedure and system information in a fast paced and high transaction environmentExcellent communication skillsAble to guide customers in digital servicesComputer Literacy with diverse computerKey tasks:Deliver registration and licensing services around the needs of our customers in a dynamic environment, over the counter, face to face, by telephone and in writing, in accordance with established policies and procedures, work instructions and guidelines, in a professional, timely and courteous manner .Supporting a number of self service, web applications and kiosk servicesDrive testingVehicle InspectionsEffectively respond to customer complaints and escalate issues to a team leader where appropriate.Working collaboratively as an effective team member to achieve key team and individual performance targets, supporting and participating in team activities and assisting to meet team objectives and provide guidance and development to fellow team leaders.Using multiple systems to extract and interpret a wide range of customer data to resolve customerChecks required to start in role:National Police record checkDept of Immigration and Citizenship Right to workLicence Drivers History checkIf you think you have the required experience and drive for a great inbound call centre role please apply on the link below or for more information contact Ryan.hall@randstad.com.AuAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Intro:We are currently recruiting multiple Accounts Payable Officer roles for NFP Organisations in the Health and Education sector. They are a leading name in the industry and show significant growth by offering world class services to their customers.It's a fast paced, driven and collaborative environment, working in the finance division, where the colleagues are engaged, aware, friendly and value encouraging ideas. They are seeking Accounts Payable Officers to join their team full time, on a temporary basis. You will report to the Accounts Payable Team Leader. What's great about this job:Immediate Availability OR Negotiable with the notice periodGain exposure to the balance sheet of a large business and progress your careerCompetitive Salary The office is based CBD and SE suburbs. Flexibility to work from home or the office as required Close to commercial parking and public transport Your responsibilities: Entering invoices in the systemProcessing invoices and payments in a timely and accurate mannerReviewing accounts payable entries to ensure all data are entered correctlyInitiating new suppliers and adding them on the systemInvestigating and reconciling creditor accounts for discrepanciesManaging direct debit for utilities accountsAssisting clients with accounts payable related queriesOther administration & accounts duties where required What experience will you have:Graduates are welcome to apply, however experienced AP candidates are preferred. Analytic approach, problem solving skills, accuracy and attention to detailComfortable working with large data sets on Excel .If you're interested in this opportunity and want to learn more, simple "APPLY" for this role OR reach out to me directly on srishti.wadhwa@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.
      Intro:We are currently recruiting multiple Accounts Payable Officer roles for NFP Organisations in the Health and Education sector. They are a leading name in the industry and show significant growth by offering world class services to their customers.It's a fast paced, driven and collaborative environment, working in the finance division, where the colleagues are engaged, aware, friendly and value encouraging ideas. They are seeking Accounts Payable Officers to join their team full time, on a temporary basis. You will report to the Accounts Payable Team Leader. What's great about this job:Immediate Availability OR Negotiable with the notice periodGain exposure to the balance sheet of a large business and progress your careerCompetitive Salary The office is based CBD and SE suburbs. Flexibility to work from home or the office as required Close to commercial parking and public transport Your responsibilities: Entering invoices in the systemProcessing invoices and payments in a timely and accurate mannerReviewing accounts payable entries to ensure all data are entered correctlyInitiating new suppliers and adding them on the systemInvestigating and reconciling creditor accounts for discrepanciesManaging direct debit for utilities accountsAssisting clients with accounts payable related queriesOther administration & accounts duties where required What experience will you have:Graduates are welcome to apply, however experienced AP candidates are preferred. Analytic approach, problem solving skills, accuracy and attention to detailComfortable working with large data sets on Excel .If you're interested in this opportunity and want to learn more, simple "APPLY" for this role OR reach out to me directly on srishti.wadhwa@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced Senior Buildings/Built Form Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to take your next step and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital Building Projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Building Projects Team Leader, The Senior Buildings Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The Senior Buildings Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality building construction projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications. Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework. Providing advice and guidance to team members who undertake project deliveryDelivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Building Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualification or other accredited training in Civil Engineering/ Building Construction / Project Management. Highly developed oral and written communication skills to enable effective communication with a wide variety of people from all levels and backgrounds including staff, contractors and the public. Project Management skills, sound financial and budgeting skills, including the ability to develop and manage project budget allocations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Are you an experienced Senior Buildings/Built Form Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to take your next step and further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital Building Projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting into the Building Projects Team Leader, The Senior Buildings Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects across Mitchell Shire Council. The Senior Buildings Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality building construction projects on time, within budget and to Council standards and specifications. Providing best practice Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework. Providing advice and guidance to team members who undertake project deliveryDelivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. Overseeing and acting to meet the financial performance and reporting of the portfolio of projects managed by the position. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the early planning and delivery of a broad portfolio of projects including Major Projects and possesses strong leadership capability, the ability. This individual will have a strong interest in Local Government Building Projects. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators. Tertiary qualification or other accredited training in Civil Engineering/ Building Construction / Project Management. Highly developed oral and written communication skills to enable effective communication with a wide variety of people from all levels and backgrounds including staff, contractors and the public. Project Management skills, sound financial and budgeting skills, including the ability to develop and manage project budget allocations.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years. We are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities. With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,785 - AU$115,131, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) Are you an experienced Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to further your knowledge and experience in managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting to the Team Leader of Civil Projects at the Council, the Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects. The Senior Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality civil infrastructure projects on deadline, within budget and to Council standards and specifications (this may include the delivery of projects such as new footpaths, drainage upgrades, sports courts and significant road projects). Communicating efficiently with and providing excellent Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects - in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework Providing specialist advice and guidance to fellow team members who undertake aspects of the project delivery; and Effectively advising and assisting in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing, and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has years of demonstrated knowledge and experience in the construction of roads, drainage and various other civil infrastructure assets.This individual will have strong project management skills, alongside sound financial and budgeting practices - including the ability to construct and manage project budget allocations. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) Are you an experienced Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a fantastic opportunity to further your knowledge and experience in managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure - across Mitchell Shire Council. The role Reporting to the Team Leader of Civil Projects at the Council, the Senior Project Manager (Civil Infrastructure) will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and infrastructure projects. The Senior Project manager will be responsible for: Delivering high quality civil infrastructure projects on deadline, within budget and to Council standards and specifications (this may include the delivery of projects such as new footpaths, drainage upgrades, sports courts and significant road projects). Communicating efficiently with and providing excellent Project Management services to Project Sponsors for the delivery of capital works projects - in accordance with Council’s Project Management Framework Providing specialist advice and guidance to fellow team members who undertake aspects of the project delivery; and Effectively advising and assisting in the planning, design, project management, monitoring, auditing, and renewal of Council’s civil infrastructure assets. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has years of demonstrated knowledge and experience in the construction of roads, drainage and various other civil infrastructure assets.This individual will have strong project management skills, alongside sound financial and budgeting practices - including the ability to construct and manage project budget allocations. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. Previous experience and understanding of Local Government processes and projects - will be looked upon favorably.About your new organisation Mitchell Shire Council is located in a beautiful setting on Melbourne’s doorstep, just 40mins north of Melbourne CBD. With a population of 50,000 and projected to grow to 210,000 within the next 30 years we are growing fast and there is no shortage of projects and development opportunities With the best of both worlds, we also enjoy a mix of rural and urban lifestyle opportunities with a wide diversity of housing, quality schools and recreational attractions. From a professional development and lifestyle point of view the opportunities are endless. How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join Mitchell Shire Council. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Mitchell Shire Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Mitchell Shire Council promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au Applications will close on Sunday, July 17 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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