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      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • full-time
      3 month temporary role (with the possibility of extension to 6 months temp, and the possibility of a permanent opportunity, for the right candidate)Hours: M - F 8am - 4pmASAP startAttractive salary package!The Administrative Officer/Receptionist is the first point of contact and is required to:Manage the receipt of visitorsReceive telephone calls and direct calls and messages where necessaryManage the equipment and goods into and out of the departmentAssist in the coordination of repair and maintenance activities of technical personnelAdminister various computer-based management and finance systemsOversee the filing and retrieval of all documentation related to departmental operationsFacilitate on-site car parking for contractors and tradespeopleLiaise with various internal and external stakeholdersMaintain the Facilities Maintenance database to ensure all works requests are dealt with in a timely and proficient mannerDistribute works requisitions to appropriate trades staffSort completed requisitions and forward copies to relevant departments Complete CER's electronically for the departmentCoordinate the processing of all invoices - ensuring they are coded, authorised for payment and forwarded to FinanceAdminister the documentation related to income and expenditure for goods and services within the departmentIssue and keep track of purchase orders and related records for parts, labour, contracts and suppliesGeneral office duties including but not limited to sort and distribute incoming mail, photocopying, filing, stationery, couriers and the maintenance of office equipmentUndertake self-learning relevant to the area of workContributing to a safe working environment for staffThe successful candidate will have:Well developed reception and administrative skillsBe computer literateDisplay strong organisation and time-management skillsEmbody a customer-focussed approach to service delivery and administrative activitiesExcellent telephone manner and communication skillsAbility to liaise effectively with staff on all levelsDemonstrated initiative and self-directionDesired skills:Previous experience in a similar role for a health services providerCompletion of a relevant office management/administration qualificationTraining in technical terminologyHow to applyIf this sounds like you, "APPLY" now or send an email to mel.basic@randstad.com.au with your CV.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      3 month temporary role (with the possibility of extension to 6 months temp, and the possibility of a permanent opportunity, for the right candidate)Hours: M - F 8am - 4pmASAP startAttractive salary package!The Administrative Officer/Receptionist is the first point of contact and is required to:Manage the receipt of visitorsReceive telephone calls and direct calls and messages where necessaryManage the equipment and goods into and out of the departmentAssist in the coordination of repair and maintenance activities of technical personnelAdminister various computer-based management and finance systemsOversee the filing and retrieval of all documentation related to departmental operationsFacilitate on-site car parking for contractors and tradespeopleLiaise with various internal and external stakeholdersMaintain the Facilities Maintenance database to ensure all works requests are dealt with in a timely and proficient mannerDistribute works requisitions to appropriate trades staffSort completed requisitions and forward copies to relevant departments Complete CER's electronically for the departmentCoordinate the processing of all invoices - ensuring they are coded, authorised for payment and forwarded to FinanceAdminister the documentation related to income and expenditure for goods and services within the departmentIssue and keep track of purchase orders and related records for parts, labour, contracts and suppliesGeneral office duties including but not limited to sort and distribute incoming mail, photocopying, filing, stationery, couriers and the maintenance of office equipmentUndertake self-learning relevant to the area of workContributing to a safe working environment for staffThe successful candidate will have:Well developed reception and administrative skillsBe computer literateDisplay strong organisation and time-management skillsEmbody a customer-focussed approach to service delivery and administrative activitiesExcellent telephone manner and communication skillsAbility to liaise effectively with staff on all levelsDemonstrated initiative and self-directionDesired skills:Previous experience in a similar role for a health services providerCompletion of a relevant office management/administration qualificationTraining in technical terminologyHow to applyIf this sounds like you, "APPLY" now or send an email to mel.basic@randstad.com.au with your CV.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • AU$27.15 - AU$28.08 per hour
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced process worker? Do you love Chocolate? If the answer to both questions is yes than please read on! We have multiple vacancies for this site. Ideally you will have worked within the pharmaceutical, food or manufacturing industry. Experience in the production and or mixing of food products, tablets, chemicals would be beneficial, but not essential. - Full training will be provided.- Manufacturing site located in Knoxfield On offer is a variety of ongoing shifts and training across various areas of the production process that will add to your skill set. Shifts available: Day: 6am to 2pm | Afternoon: 2pm - 10pm Roles Available: Machine operator Day shift available Process worker Day & Afternoon available What you needProcess or production line experiencemachine operation experience Ability to complete batch documentationPhysically fit and able to stand for long periodsBenefits of applying for thisSecure work hours TrainingOpportunities to go permanent Ready to apply? If you are interested in this process worker opportunity please send your resume today. If you have questions before applying call us on 03 9590 2280 or email email to mulgravevic@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.
      Are you an experienced process worker? Do you love Chocolate? If the answer to both questions is yes than please read on! We have multiple vacancies for this site. Ideally you will have worked within the pharmaceutical, food or manufacturing industry. Experience in the production and or mixing of food products, tablets, chemicals would be beneficial, but not essential. - Full training will be provided.- Manufacturing site located in Knoxfield On offer is a variety of ongoing shifts and training across various areas of the production process that will add to your skill set. Shifts available: Day: 6am to 2pm | Afternoon: 2pm - 10pm Roles Available: Machine operator Day shift available Process worker Day & Afternoon available What you needProcess or production line experiencemachine operation experience Ability to complete batch documentationPhysically fit and able to stand for long periodsBenefits of applying for thisSecure work hours TrainingOpportunities to go permanent Ready to apply? If you are interested in this process worker opportunity please send your resume today. If you have questions before applying call us on 03 9590 2280 or email email to mulgravevic@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$65,000, per year, Competitive, attractive package
      • full-time
      Looking for someone who is strong and confident to lead a team of OSHC staff, who is passionate about education and provides safe, inclusive and fun environments. The next coordinator if this service needs to ensure they are resilient and open to a challenge, the role is very reward About Your New Role:Working as an OSHC Coordinator, you will be the responsible person for the service. Additionally, bringing your positive attitude and vibrant personality to support a passionate team in providing high quality care and programs to the children in your care. Permanent Full Time Role - 38 hours per weekSplit shifts and 8 hours admin time which has flexibility to be done from home Provide a safe OOSH service for staff and children in an all-inclusive professional team environmentDesign and implement engaging educational programsBuild strong relationships with parents/caregivers, children and the school communityLead and mentor a team of educators What You Need to Succeed:A genuine passion for education with a compassionate and friendly personality and enthusiasm in providing high quality care and supporting a team to run a smooth, efficient, safe and fun service. Hold a qualification in Education and care (approved by ACECQA) or working towardsExperience working in an Outside School Hours Care service or working with children with challenging behaviours First Aid Certificate or willing to obtainChild Protection or willing to obtainWorking knowledge of My Time, Our PlaceUnderstanding of NQS and VIC regulationsGreat communication skillsValid VIC Working with Children Check What You Get In Return:Working for this organisation will see you earning an attractive salary package as well as earning discounts at local community organisations.Job security with a permanent contractProfessional development and training opportunitiesSupportive team and work environmentDiscounts on 100’s of products and servicesExtensive career opportunities in an growing team and company Ready to find out more? In order to apply for this full time role please contact pree.raj@randstad.com.au or call me on 07 3337 5255At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Looking for someone who is strong and confident to lead a team of OSHC staff, who is passionate about education and provides safe, inclusive and fun environments. The next coordinator if this service needs to ensure they are resilient and open to a challenge, the role is very reward About Your New Role:Working as an OSHC Coordinator, you will be the responsible person for the service. Additionally, bringing your positive attitude and vibrant personality to support a passionate team in providing high quality care and programs to the children in your care. Permanent Full Time Role - 38 hours per weekSplit shifts and 8 hours admin time which has flexibility to be done from home Provide a safe OOSH service for staff and children in an all-inclusive professional team environmentDesign and implement engaging educational programsBuild strong relationships with parents/caregivers, children and the school communityLead and mentor a team of educators What You Need to Succeed:A genuine passion for education with a compassionate and friendly personality and enthusiasm in providing high quality care and supporting a team to run a smooth, efficient, safe and fun service. Hold a qualification in Education and care (approved by ACECQA) or working towardsExperience working in an Outside School Hours Care service or working with children with challenging behaviours First Aid Certificate or willing to obtainChild Protection or willing to obtainWorking knowledge of My Time, Our PlaceUnderstanding of NQS and VIC regulationsGreat communication skillsValid VIC Working with Children Check What You Get In Return:Working for this organisation will see you earning an attractive salary package as well as earning discounts at local community organisations.Job security with a permanent contractProfessional development and training opportunitiesSupportive team and work environmentDiscounts on 100’s of products and servicesExtensive career opportunities in an growing team and company Ready to find out more? In order to apply for this full time role please contact pree.raj@randstad.com.au or call me on 07 3337 5255At 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
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • AU$32.55 - AU$44.02, per hour, Inc Super
      • part-time
      Early Childhood Teachers, Diploma and Certificate III Educators or students working toward your qualification in Early Childhood Education and Care - Randstad Education is excited to introduce you to our many providers. If you are beginning your career, wanting experience whilst you study, or are an established educator, please apply today.Casual Early Years roles available now across Preston, Lalor, Marybyrnong, Footscray, Altona North, Sunshine and surrounds. Your suburb isn't on the list? Apply and connect today - we will work to find you opportunitiesBachelor of Teaching in Early Childhood, Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or working toward your QualificationFirst Aid QualificationMandatory Reporting- Child Protection (or willing to obtain)Choose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our appAbout you:Transport accessible and a willingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAn understanding of the Early Learning FrameworkAustralian work rights and a willingness to gain your Paid & Valid Working with Children Employer CheckClick APPLY and your resume will arrive with our Candidate Service TeamOrContact us your way:Phone: 1300 360 014 (option 1) Questions? Email: register.education@randstad.com.auAt Randstad Education, we aim to be the easiest agency to work with and promise to contact you after your application has been received. Apply today for a free and fast path to work.
      Early Childhood Teachers, Diploma and Certificate III Educators or students working toward your qualification in Early Childhood Education and Care - Randstad Education is excited to introduce you to our many providers. If you are beginning your career, wanting experience whilst you study, or are an established educator, please apply today.Casual Early Years roles available now across Preston, Lalor, Marybyrnong, Footscray, Altona North, Sunshine and surrounds. Your suburb isn't on the list? Apply and connect today - we will work to find you opportunitiesBachelor of Teaching in Early Childhood, Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or working toward your QualificationFirst Aid QualificationMandatory Reporting- Child Protection (or willing to obtain)Choose where and how you work, managing your schedule via our appAbout you:Transport accessible and a willingness to travel to different locations around your areaMotivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programsAn understanding of the Early Learning FrameworkAustralian work rights and a willingness to gain your Paid & Valid Working with Children Employer CheckClick APPLY and your resume will arrive with our Candidate Service TeamOrContact us your way:Phone: 1300 360 014 (option 1) Questions? Email: register.education@randstad.com.auAt Randstad Education, we aim to be the easiest agency to work with and promise to contact you after your application has been received. Apply today for a free and fast path to work.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      My client's centre is a council run long day centre that is fully regulated and provide quality and engaging programs for individual children, family and group needs within the approved learning frameworks, policies and procedures. It is a 116-place, seven room centre where children participate in education and care programs. The rooms are grouped by age and developmental level.Position:Permanent position 7.6 hour per day and 5 day a week. Diploma qualified co-educators who are able to assist with program planning.The rooms get 8 hours programming per week and this is shared between lead educators and educators.Work with under 3 year oldsRequirements:- Diploma in Children's Services- Working with Children's Check- Experience programming an dplanning- Sound knowledge executing the EYLF and age appropriate curriculum- First Aid CertificateBenefits:$33 - $35p.h Work with a council centreClose to public transport Access to amazing resourcesProfessional developmentCareer progression opportunitiesIf you are interested in knowing more about this position please call Vanessa or Melanie on 03 8630 7400 or simply click 'APPLY' for a call to discuss further.
      My client's centre is a council run long day centre that is fully regulated and provide quality and engaging programs for individual children, family and group needs within the approved learning frameworks, policies and procedures. It is a 116-place, seven room centre where children participate in education and care programs. The rooms are grouped by age and developmental level.Position:Permanent position 7.6 hour per day and 5 day a week. Diploma qualified co-educators who are able to assist with program planning.The rooms get 8 hours programming per week and this is shared between lead educators and educators.Work with under 3 year oldsRequirements:- Diploma in Children's Services- Working with Children's Check- Experience programming an dplanning- Sound knowledge executing the EYLF and age appropriate curriculum- First Aid CertificateBenefits:$33 - $35p.h Work with a council centreClose to public transport Access to amazing resourcesProfessional developmentCareer progression opportunitiesIf you are interested in knowing more about this position please call Vanessa or Melanie on 03 8630 7400 or simply click 'APPLY' for a call to discuss further.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$38.00 - AU$42.00 per hour
      • part-time
      Latrobe University works with Randstad Education to find high quality, passionate individuals to work with them in an inclusive, connected, innovative and caring workplace. Latrobe University Community Children's centre is a Victorian Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre and currently seeking some additional Therapy Assistants.The inclusive program is a specialist provider of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), an evidence-based intervention model for toddlers with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The program is delivered in the natural environment and therapy assistants who are trained by the team will embed the individual learning objectives in the child's play and daily routines, they will have the benefit of being trained and supervised by an ESDM specialist. This inclusive program is also part of a research study to understand the benefits of different interventions and supports for children and families.These roles offer the right candidates an opportunity to become skilled in a unique environment, make an invaluable difference to that of young children's lives and gain the rewards and recognition from working with a specialist provider.To be considered the minimum requirements are:Current enrolment is a Bachelor or higher degree in a relevant discipline (such as speech pathology, occupational therapy, psychology or education) or completion of a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and CareCurrent WWWC - Employee or willingness to obtainCurrent NDIS worker screening check or willingness to obtainCurrent First Aid with up to date CPRConsistent availability - minimum of 2 shifts per week in Bundoora and DocklandsApplications will close on Monday 18th July at 9amSuccessful candidates will be contacted and will need to be available for induction and training on Monday 8th August 2022 and attend a 2 day paid workshop shortly after (dates pending) to commence work on Monday 15th August.La Trobe will consider applicants available for a minimum of two 3.5 hours shifts per week ongoing under the below shift timetable:Morning shift starts 9.00am - 9.30amAfternoon shifts ends 4.30pm - 5.00pmApply now to secure your interest or reach out to Vae on 0420 799 863 or email vae.lemauga@randstad.com.au if you have any further questions or would like to know more about the program.
      Latrobe University works with Randstad Education to find high quality, passionate individuals to work with them in an inclusive, connected, innovative and caring workplace. Latrobe University Community Children's centre is a Victorian Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre and currently seeking some additional Therapy Assistants.The inclusive program is a specialist provider of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), an evidence-based intervention model for toddlers with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The program is delivered in the natural environment and therapy assistants who are trained by the team will embed the individual learning objectives in the child's play and daily routines, they will have the benefit of being trained and supervised by an ESDM specialist. This inclusive program is also part of a research study to understand the benefits of different interventions and supports for children and families.These roles offer the right candidates an opportunity to become skilled in a unique environment, make an invaluable difference to that of young children's lives and gain the rewards and recognition from working with a specialist provider.To be considered the minimum requirements are:Current enrolment is a Bachelor or higher degree in a relevant discipline (such as speech pathology, occupational therapy, psychology or education) or completion of a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and CareCurrent WWWC - Employee or willingness to obtainCurrent NDIS worker screening check or willingness to obtainCurrent First Aid with up to date CPRConsistent availability - minimum of 2 shifts per week in Bundoora and DocklandsApplications will close on Monday 18th July at 9amSuccessful candidates will be contacted and will need to be available for induction and training on Monday 8th August 2022 and attend a 2 day paid workshop shortly after (dates pending) to commence work on Monday 15th August.La Trobe will consider applicants available for a minimum of two 3.5 hours shifts per week ongoing under the below shift timetable:Morning shift starts 9.00am - 9.30amAfternoon shifts ends 4.30pm - 5.00pmApply now to secure your interest or reach out to Vae on 0420 799 863 or email vae.lemauga@randstad.com.au if you have any further questions or would like to know more about the program.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$82,000, per year, including super + car allowance
      • full-time
      As an Early Childhood Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centered and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. On offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression, however that may look like to you Dedicated training to ensure you succeed in your new career pathwayInclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team, draw on the knowledge of colleagues from allied health backgroundsPermanent full time positions in Thomastown, Preston, Niddrie and Footscray Unsure if this is your forever role? 12 month maternity vacancy available in Melton Key Selection Criteria:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education with VIT registration and early years intervention experience and demonstrated knowledge High level administrative and reporting capabilities Demonstrated experience supporting children and their families in their journeys with disability and/or developmental delays Values, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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.
      As an Early Childhood Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centered and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. On offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression, however that may look like to you Dedicated training to ensure you succeed in your new career pathwayInclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team, draw on the knowledge of colleagues from allied health backgroundsPermanent full time positions in Thomastown, Preston, Niddrie and Footscray Unsure if this is your forever role? 12 month maternity vacancy available in Melton Key Selection Criteria:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education with VIT registration and early years intervention experience and demonstrated knowledge High level administrative and reporting capabilities Demonstrated experience supporting children and their families in their journeys with disability and/or developmental delays Values, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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$77,000 - AU$109,999, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Join one of Victoria's largest tertiary training providers, teaching their online Child Youth and Family Intervention course. Our client offers the perfect combination of higher education and vocational learning. ResponsibilitiesPlan, develop and deliver the online, practical course content to students who are part of the certificate course in Child Youth and Family Intervention. The course content includes WH&S, Trauma care, working with Youth at Risk & supporting children and young people in the Residential and Out of Home Care Sector. Participation in online classes and availability to assist students and maintain an encouraging learning environment is key. QualificationsCertificate IV in Training & AssessmentCertification or degree qualification in Child Youth & Family Intervention, Community Services, or Social Work will be highly regardedRelevant work experience supporting children or youth, or in residential or out of home care in government, private or community managed services. This is a thriving training and teaching environment based in Preston, with a campus boasting some of the best facilities in Australia. Apply now, or job description or more detailed information, please contact Nicole Crampton on 0412323616 nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or myself at nichole.kain@randstad.com.au
      Join one of Victoria's largest tertiary training providers, teaching their online Child Youth and Family Intervention course. Our client offers the perfect combination of higher education and vocational learning. ResponsibilitiesPlan, develop and deliver the online, practical course content to students who are part of the certificate course in Child Youth and Family Intervention. The course content includes WH&S, Trauma care, working with Youth at Risk & supporting children and young people in the Residential and Out of Home Care Sector. Participation in online classes and availability to assist students and maintain an encouraging learning environment is key. QualificationsCertificate IV in Training & AssessmentCertification or degree qualification in Child Youth & Family Intervention, Community Services, or Social Work will be highly regardedRelevant work experience supporting children or youth, or in residential or out of home care in government, private or community managed services. This is a thriving training and teaching environment based in Preston, with a campus boasting some of the best facilities in Australia. Apply now, or job description or more detailed information, please contact Nicole Crampton on 0412323616 nicole.crampton@randstad.com.au or myself at nichole.kain@randstad.com.au
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$23.00 - AU$35.00, per hour, OT , Weekend , penalties , allowances , commision
      • full-time
      About the role:The role involves you repairing and replacing automotive windows. This can either be done in a workshop setting or as a call out jobThis role does require you to liaise with customers and provide customer serviceYou will gain a Cert III in Automotive GlazingStarting rate is $23.90ph for a Trainee TechnicianTraining is generally completed within 6 months (once this is completed, your pay will increase to $25.54ph)Within your first 12 months, you may progress to level 3 at $29.80phYou will increase a level every 9-12 months, until you reach level 5, which is currently $34.16ph.Standard hours are 7am - 3.30pm Monday to Friday, though most branches have an afternoon shift which you would get loading forPerks:All training, tools, and uniform is providedQuick and fast process to certificate completionFast increasing payrateThere is an opportunity to earn more money doing overtime, afternoon shift or being on callThere is also an opportunity to get commissions at 12% for any wiper sales you makeIf you are on call, you get an On Call allowance - $205 per week + $90 on call if Public HolidayWhen you are called out, you are paid at penalty rates for the call outWhat’s required:Australian driver’s license (preferably manual however not a necessity)If interested click the apply button, or contact me on:Email: Karla.majetic@randstad.com.auPhone: 0449655392At 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:The role involves you repairing and replacing automotive windows. This can either be done in a workshop setting or as a call out jobThis role does require you to liaise with customers and provide customer serviceYou will gain a Cert III in Automotive GlazingStarting rate is $23.90ph for a Trainee TechnicianTraining is generally completed within 6 months (once this is completed, your pay will increase to $25.54ph)Within your first 12 months, you may progress to level 3 at $29.80phYou will increase a level every 9-12 months, until you reach level 5, which is currently $34.16ph.Standard hours are 7am - 3.30pm Monday to Friday, though most branches have an afternoon shift which you would get loading forPerks:All training, tools, and uniform is providedQuick and fast process to certificate completionFast increasing payrateThere is an opportunity to earn more money doing overtime, afternoon shift or being on callThere is also an opportunity to get commissions at 12% for any wiper sales you makeIf you are on call, you get an On Call allowance - $205 per week + $90 on call if Public HolidayWhen you are called out, you are paid at penalty rates for the call outWhat’s required:Australian driver’s license (preferably manual however not a necessity)If interested click the apply button, or contact me on:Email: Karla.majetic@randstad.com.auPhone: 0449655392At 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
      Position objectiveAs a member of the P&C team, the HRBP will be providing internal consultancy and advisory services to help build people management capabilities to all levels of the organisation. You will have a significant contribution to the P&C team by supporting the managers and staff, embracing business partnering, talent acquisition, industrial and employee relations, OHS and supporting the organisation's change, development and performance management.Business partnering: Liaising with managers to provide leadership, coaching, advice and assistance to develop the leadership team Industrial employee relations: Provide Advice across IR , ER and OH&S issues, performance management , employee welfare, dispute resolutions, safety and well being, disciplinary matters and career developmentTalent Acquisition:Support recruitment process Coach and train managers on end to end recruitment and performance management Implement strategies to develop practices to attract, retain, develop and motivate a skilled workforce.Ensure staff records, org chart, position descriptions are up to date Communication:Sharing information on work related matters with colleagues and team members to support delivery of the best and most appropriate service outcomesMaking suggestions to improve employee relations cultureProfessional development:Participating in mandatory safety training and forensic specific training Demonstrating commitment to ongoing education and professional development by attending training coursesOther: Oversee contacts and offers of employment Actively contributing to the development of HR policies and processes Lead HR projects and initiatives What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience in a HRBP role. You are passionate, vibrant and ambitious, always wanting to build relationships and engaging with different stakeholders within the organisation. Degree in HR is preferred.If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this role, apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at https://www.randstad.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If you have any questions before applying, contact Yasmin Fakhry yasmin.fakhry@randstad.com.au for further information.If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting As soon as possible. So don’t wait too long to apply.This will be a position that has a lot of flexibility in terms of working from home options.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.
      Position objectiveAs a member of the P&C team, the HRBP will be providing internal consultancy and advisory services to help build people management capabilities to all levels of the organisation. You will have a significant contribution to the P&C team by supporting the managers and staff, embracing business partnering, talent acquisition, industrial and employee relations, OHS and supporting the organisation's change, development and performance management.Business partnering: Liaising with managers to provide leadership, coaching, advice and assistance to develop the leadership team Industrial employee relations: Provide Advice across IR , ER and OH&S issues, performance management , employee welfare, dispute resolutions, safety and well being, disciplinary matters and career developmentTalent Acquisition:Support recruitment process Coach and train managers on end to end recruitment and performance management Implement strategies to develop practices to attract, retain, develop and motivate a skilled workforce.Ensure staff records, org chart, position descriptions are up to date Communication:Sharing information on work related matters with colleagues and team members to support delivery of the best and most appropriate service outcomesMaking suggestions to improve employee relations cultureProfessional development:Participating in mandatory safety training and forensic specific training Demonstrating commitment to ongoing education and professional development by attending training coursesOther: Oversee contacts and offers of employment Actively contributing to the development of HR policies and processes Lead HR projects and initiatives What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience in a HRBP role. You are passionate, vibrant and ambitious, always wanting to build relationships and engaging with different stakeholders within the organisation. Degree in HR is preferred.If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this role, apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at https://www.randstad.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If you have any questions before applying, contact Yasmin Fakhry yasmin.fakhry@randstad.com.au for further information.If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting As soon as possible. So don’t wait too long to apply.This will be a position that has a lot of flexibility in terms of working from home options.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Position objectiveAs a member of the P&C team, the HRBP will be providing internal consultancy and advisory services to help build people management capabilities to all levels of the organisation. You will have a significant contribution to the P&C team by supporting the managers and staff, embracing business partnering, talent acquisition, industrial and employee relations, OHS and supporting the organisation's change, development and performance management.Business partnering: Liaising with managers to provide leadership, coaching, advice and assistance to develop the leadership team Industrial employee relations: Provide Advice across IR , ER and OH&S issues, performance management , employee welfare, dispute resolutions, safety and well being, disciplinary matters and career developmentTalent Acquisition:Support recruitment process Coach and train managers on end to end recruitment and performance management Implement strategies to develop practices to attract, retain, develop and motivate a skilled workforce.Ensure staff records, org chart, position descriptions are up to date Communication:Sharing information on work related matters with colleagues and team members to support delivery of the best and most appropriate service outcomesMaking suggestions to improve employee relations cultureProfessional development:Participating in mandatory safety training and forensic specific training Demonstrating commitment to ongoing education and professional development by attending training coursesOther: Oversee contacts and offers of employment Actively contributing to the development of HR policies and processes Lead HR projects and initiatives What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience in a HRBP role. You are passionate, vibrant and ambitious, always wanting to build relationships and engaging with different stakeholders within the organisation. Degree in HR is preferred.If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this role, apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at https://www.randstad.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If you have any questions before applying, contact Yasmin Fakhry yasmin.fakhry@randstad.com.au for further information.If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting As soon as possible. So don’t wait too long to apply.This will be a position that has a lot of flexibility in terms of working from home options.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.
      Position objectiveAs a member of the P&C team, the HRBP will be providing internal consultancy and advisory services to help build people management capabilities to all levels of the organisation. You will have a significant contribution to the P&C team by supporting the managers and staff, embracing business partnering, talent acquisition, industrial and employee relations, OHS and supporting the organisation's change, development and performance management.Business partnering: Liaising with managers to provide leadership, coaching, advice and assistance to develop the leadership team Industrial employee relations: Provide Advice across IR , ER and OH&S issues, performance management , employee welfare, dispute resolutions, safety and well being, disciplinary matters and career developmentTalent Acquisition:Support recruitment process Coach and train managers on end to end recruitment and performance management Implement strategies to develop practices to attract, retain, develop and motivate a skilled workforce.Ensure staff records, org chart, position descriptions are up to date Communication:Sharing information on work related matters with colleagues and team members to support delivery of the best and most appropriate service outcomesMaking suggestions to improve employee relations cultureProfessional development:Participating in mandatory safety training and forensic specific training Demonstrating commitment to ongoing education and professional development by attending training coursesOther: Oversee contacts and offers of employment Actively contributing to the development of HR policies and processes Lead HR projects and initiatives What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience in a HRBP role. You are passionate, vibrant and ambitious, always wanting to build relationships and engaging with different stakeholders within the organisation. Degree in HR is preferred.If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this role, apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at https://www.randstad.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If you have any questions before applying, contact Yasmin Fakhry yasmin.fakhry@randstad.com.au for further information.If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting As soon as possible. So don’t wait too long to apply.This will be a position that has a lot of flexibility in terms of working from home options.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
      Secondary Teachers - Eastern suburbs of Melbourne Are you seeking a new teaching position for the remainder of the school year? Are you wanting a new position that will see you extend and become permanent for 2023? Have you been thinking about your job and looking for a change? or thinking about relocating?If yes to any of the above, please reach out for a confidential conversation to see how Randstad Education can help you for Semester 2 this year and into 2023. Welcoming educators from all levels of experience to get in touch. Recieve first hand information on new roles in Melbourne's Eastern regionCareer guidance and support on offer through the entire job application processDedicated and experienced education consultants ready to work with you through the next steps of your careerTake the pressure out of your job searchWe can work with you to find an organisation that fits your values What you will need to be successful: Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Bachelor of Education VIT registration or ability to obtain prior to commencement Provide a minimum of two professional references The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next: If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
      Secondary Teachers - Eastern suburbs of Melbourne Are you seeking a new teaching position for the remainder of the school year? Are you wanting a new position that will see you extend and become permanent for 2023? Have you been thinking about your job and looking for a change? or thinking about relocating?If yes to any of the above, please reach out for a confidential conversation to see how Randstad Education can help you for Semester 2 this year and into 2023. Welcoming educators from all levels of experience to get in touch. Recieve first hand information on new roles in Melbourne's Eastern regionCareer guidance and support on offer through the entire job application processDedicated and experienced education consultants ready to work with you through the next steps of your careerTake the pressure out of your job searchWe can work with you to find an organisation that fits your values What you will need to be successful: Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Bachelor of Education VIT registration or ability to obtain prior to commencement Provide a minimum of two professional references The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next: If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Change & Communications OfficerOur client, a subsidiary of a large state government department, is looking for a change and communications officer with excellent interpersonal and stakeholder management skills. $55 p/h4 month contract, possibility of extensionOffice in CBDYour new RoleYou will be joining the team to work on a project developing a new project management system and processes to replace the old legacy ones. The new platform will help the organisation build robust data governance and reporting capabilities.What you will need to succeedProvide helpful and timely responses to correspondenceDirect, monitor and escalate correspondence as required, using integrity and confidentiality at all timesUse initiative to research and resolve queries, for example, by investigating the policy context or finding a subject matter expertAnticipate customer needs and provide responses that include additional helpful information related to a queryContribute to the provision of advice to the project about the most appropriate means for communicating to target audiencesMaintain relevant databases and registers for tracking correspondencePrepare weekly and monthly reports on correspondenceDevelop website and communications activitiesSupport the development of digital communications through website contentLiaise closely with contractors, end users and other stakeholders to develop web based and written communication materials and presentations for the projectMaintain website content to ensure information is current and accurateProvide writing and editing support for outbound communication including all promotional materials, and website contentWrite collateral/proof textAssure brand and language consistency and integrity across all communications initiatives and marketing materialsMaintain change, communications and training plans Create training materials and communications as requiredSchedule training Champion the development and review of work proceduresPromote teamwork and collaboration by engaging stakeholders and team membersCollate feedback from workshops and surveys and form all documentationAssist with training activitiesIdentify change management impacts through interviews, meetings, direct observation, data analysis, document review, and questionnaires/surveysAssist in the development of project documents; organisational change readiness Report, communication and engagement plans and organisational change plan.Develop and execute communication plans 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.
      Change & Communications OfficerOur client, a subsidiary of a large state government department, is looking for a change and communications officer with excellent interpersonal and stakeholder management skills. $55 p/h4 month contract, possibility of extensionOffice in CBDYour new RoleYou will be joining the team to work on a project developing a new project management system and processes to replace the old legacy ones. The new platform will help the organisation build robust data governance and reporting capabilities.What you will need to succeedProvide helpful and timely responses to correspondenceDirect, monitor and escalate correspondence as required, using integrity and confidentiality at all timesUse initiative to research and resolve queries, for example, by investigating the policy context or finding a subject matter expertAnticipate customer needs and provide responses that include additional helpful information related to a queryContribute to the provision of advice to the project about the most appropriate means for communicating to target audiencesMaintain relevant databases and registers for tracking correspondencePrepare weekly and monthly reports on correspondenceDevelop website and communications activitiesSupport the development of digital communications through website contentLiaise closely with contractors, end users and other stakeholders to develop web based and written communication materials and presentations for the projectMaintain website content to ensure information is current and accurateProvide writing and editing support for outbound communication including all promotional materials, and website contentWrite collateral/proof textAssure brand and language consistency and integrity across all communications initiatives and marketing materialsMaintain change, communications and training plans Create training materials and communications as requiredSchedule training Champion the development and review of work proceduresPromote teamwork and collaboration by engaging stakeholders and team membersCollate feedback from workshops and surveys and form all documentationAssist with training activitiesIdentify change management impacts through interviews, meetings, direct observation, data analysis, document review, and questionnaires/surveysAssist in the development of project documents; organisational change readiness Report, communication and engagement plans and organisational change plan.Develop and execute communication plans 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$100,000 - AU$150,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyAn icon of Australia construction with a fantastic portfolio of commercial building projects Current projects in Victora include major commercial offices, hotel, health and major government projectsFantastic training, career development opportunities and Employee Wellness ProgramThe RolesBoth these companies are seeking individuals who want to be site based and play a key role in a larger team consisting of Foremen, Site Managers and site based CA and PM staff. You will be looking after specialist components - typical duties will inclue:Managing procurement, design and delivery of trades on key specialist elements of your nominated projectWorking closely with the PM, Design Manager and other staff to develop construction staging and logistics plansManage RFI’s from both subcontractors and design teamReview design documentation and shop drawings and assist in consultant reviewsAssist with post tender negotiations of specified trades including value management and cost saving. Experience/Qualifications RequiredQualifications in Construction Management, Architecture, Civil/Building Engineering or a related disciplineDemonstrated experience working within a head contract environment on one or more commercial building projectsAdvanced communication skills with the ability to liaise and negotiate with trades, consultants, architects and regulatory authoritiesStrong organisational and administrative skills with experience in construction industry specific software such as Aconex, Procore or equivalent.Whats on offerSalary packages up to the value of $150k available, depending on skills and experienceCompanies with an great pipeline of work locally in Melbourne - both offer diverse projectsEmployee wellness programs - these companies won’t work you to the bone and also offer strong training & development opportunitiesHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The CompanyAn icon of Australia construction with a fantastic portfolio of commercial building projects Current projects in Victora include major commercial offices, hotel, health and major government projectsFantastic training, career development opportunities and Employee Wellness ProgramThe RolesBoth these companies are seeking individuals who want to be site based and play a key role in a larger team consisting of Foremen, Site Managers and site based CA and PM staff. You will be looking after specialist components - typical duties will inclue:Managing procurement, design and delivery of trades on key specialist elements of your nominated projectWorking closely with the PM, Design Manager and other staff to develop construction staging and logistics plansManage RFI’s from both subcontractors and design teamReview design documentation and shop drawings and assist in consultant reviewsAssist with post tender negotiations of specified trades including value management and cost saving. Experience/Qualifications RequiredQualifications in Construction Management, Architecture, Civil/Building Engineering or a related disciplineDemonstrated experience working within a head contract environment on one or more commercial building projectsAdvanced communication skills with the ability to liaise and negotiate with trades, consultants, architects and regulatory authoritiesStrong organisational and administrative skills with experience in construction industry specific software such as Aconex, Procore or equivalent.Whats on offerSalary packages up to the value of $150k available, depending on skills and experienceCompanies with an great pipeline of work locally in Melbourne - both offer diverse projectsEmployee wellness programs - these companies won’t work you to the bone and also offer strong training & development opportunitiesHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At 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$24.58 - AU$27.14 per hour
      • part-time
      Great opportunity if you are looking for regular; part-time work. You have an option to be a permanent part-time cleaner with set days and hours; or you may choose to work as a casual cleaner to suit your lifestyle.As a commercial cleaner you will be cleaning schools. You will be provided with the equipment and supplies you need. Before you commence you will be provided with an induction and training with the zone supervisor. Locations include: Frankston and Mornington Peninsula, Bentleigh, Whitehorse, Manningham, Monash, Glen Eira and other locations What you will needWorking with Children check (WWC), or willing to obtainDrivers license / carPass a police checkCovid vaccinated The Working with Children check is easy to apply for, we can guide you through this process if needed. According to the government mandate, you must be triple vaccinated against covid. Benefits of this roleSet locations and shifts for permanent part time cleaners Flexible casual roles also available No experience needed - you will be provided with trainingEquipment and supplies provided How to applyIf you are interested in joining the team of commercial school cleaners send your resume today. If you have questions before applying call us on 9377 0700 or send an email to marcello.fazio@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.
      Great opportunity if you are looking for regular; part-time work. You have an option to be a permanent part-time cleaner with set days and hours; or you may choose to work as a casual cleaner to suit your lifestyle.As a commercial cleaner you will be cleaning schools. You will be provided with the equipment and supplies you need. Before you commence you will be provided with an induction and training with the zone supervisor. Locations include: Frankston and Mornington Peninsula, Bentleigh, Whitehorse, Manningham, Monash, Glen Eira and other locations What you will needWorking with Children check (WWC), or willing to obtainDrivers license / carPass a police checkCovid vaccinated The Working with Children check is easy to apply for, we can guide you through this process if needed. According to the government mandate, you must be triple vaccinated against covid. Benefits of this roleSet locations and shifts for permanent part time cleaners Flexible casual roles also available No experience needed - you will be provided with trainingEquipment and supplies provided How to applyIf you are interested in joining the team of commercial school cleaners send your resume today. If you have questions before applying call us on 9377 0700 or send an email to marcello.fazio@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Your New CompanyWe have partnered with a huge services firm in their superannuation and retirement division, as they go through a massive period of growth. Having some renowned clients in the superannuation and retirement space who work under their umbrella, they have seen an upward trajectory of growth with those brands. Providing innovative and tailored administration solutions to their clients, with the goal of achieving effective and sustainable outcomes. Your New Role You will be a passionate and driven Customer Service expert. You will have excellent communication and organizational skills, confidence with using technology and willing to go above and beyond to provide a high caliber of customer service.In this role you will support the customers with providing tailored solutions for their superannuation and retirement related accounts. How you will contributeAssist customers with identifying and delivering tailored solutions to their financial needsProviding a high quality of customer serviceAdhering to all KPI’s, especially call handling times and call quality Bringing your jazz to the team culture and working alongside the team towards a wider goalWhat you will bring to the teamA passion for problem solving and providing solutions, with strong verbal and written communications skills Ability to work autonomously and efficientlyStrong administrative skills along with the ability to work efficiently with multiple systemsPrevious experience in a customer service role - advantageous but not necessaryTraining and Working Hours/ScheduleFull training for 3 weeks will be provided. Post the training you will transition into a rotating roster, between 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. You will also have the opportunity to work for up to 3 days from home!Benefits for you A supporting and rewarding work cultureFlexible working hours and arrangementsCareer growth opportunitiesA great opportunity to broaden experience in financial servicesIf you’re ready to expand your career and join a highly reputable company, click the link below, or email your resume to priya.reddy@randstad.com.au https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdC9RdyPPYUxZfK85dLEGiR1jv2zYmH31fm_JK158MB7Jyx9A/viewform Please note: due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates with valid working rights (candidates with a valid working visa must have a minimum of 1 year validity) will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Your New CompanyWe have partnered with a huge services firm in their superannuation and retirement division, as they go through a massive period of growth. Having some renowned clients in the superannuation and retirement space who work under their umbrella, they have seen an upward trajectory of growth with those brands. Providing innovative and tailored administration solutions to their clients, with the goal of achieving effective and sustainable outcomes. Your New Role You will be a passionate and driven Customer Service expert. You will have excellent communication and organizational skills, confidence with using technology and willing to go above and beyond to provide a high caliber of customer service.In this role you will support the customers with providing tailored solutions for their superannuation and retirement related accounts. How you will contributeAssist customers with identifying and delivering tailored solutions to their financial needsProviding a high quality of customer serviceAdhering to all KPI’s, especially call handling times and call quality Bringing your jazz to the team culture and working alongside the team towards a wider goalWhat you will bring to the teamA passion for problem solving and providing solutions, with strong verbal and written communications skills Ability to work autonomously and efficientlyStrong administrative skills along with the ability to work efficiently with multiple systemsPrevious experience in a customer service role - advantageous but not necessaryTraining and Working Hours/ScheduleFull training for 3 weeks will be provided. Post the training you will transition into a rotating roster, between 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. You will also have the opportunity to work for up to 3 days from home!Benefits for you A supporting and rewarding work cultureFlexible working hours and arrangementsCareer growth opportunitiesA great opportunity to broaden experience in financial servicesIf you’re ready to expand your career and join a highly reputable company, click the link below, or email your resume to priya.reddy@randstad.com.au https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdC9RdyPPYUxZfK85dLEGiR1jv2zYmH31fm_JK158MB7Jyx9A/viewform Please note: due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates with valid working rights (candidates with a valid working visa must have a minimum of 1 year validity) will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.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
      Business Improvement OfficerOur client, a large federal organisation, is looking for a business improvement officer on a contract basis.$71.74 p/hHybrid working set up - 2 days working from home18 month contract - possibility to extendYour new RoleYou will be responsible for assessing, updating, developing and uplifting Finance’s transition in the use of Microsoft O365 applications and tools. This will facilitate the transformation of the way they engage with their stakeholders, creating a modern workplace which improves the user experience for their internal customers and staff. The role requires someone who requires minimal supervision and can adhere to strict deadlines. What you will need to succeedExcellent communication skills, particularly writing for digital channels, delivering enterprise-wide content and collateral using a wide variety of channels Develop succinct, creative, informative, and compelling information to support our uplift and transformation journeyDemonstrated experience in applying UX principlesDemonstrated experience in the management of document migration to OneDrive and SharePoint OnlineExperience working effectively and resiliently as a team player and autonomouslyExperience collaborating effectively with subject matter experts and other stakeholdersFamiliarity with Microsoft Office 365 tools, most notably SharePoint and Teams, with the freedom to introduce new service offerings that benefit Finance and the organisation in achieving its self-service and outcomesDelivery of automation and support services, with an ambition to constantly improve skills and knowledge with a focused sense of purposeDemonstrated ability to quickly understand complex information and initiate, explore and propose delivery solutions that meet stakeholder needsDemonstrate the ability to create and maintain documentation and training materials, delivering training to staff in the use of Microsoft Office 365 toolsExcellent organisational and planning skills, together with attention to detail and accuracy while working under pressureProven ability to navigate a complex stakeholder environment where there are multiple interested partiesAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Business Improvement OfficerOur client, a large federal organisation, is looking for a business improvement officer on a contract basis.$71.74 p/hHybrid working set up - 2 days working from home18 month contract - possibility to extendYour new RoleYou will be responsible for assessing, updating, developing and uplifting Finance’s transition in the use of Microsoft O365 applications and tools. This will facilitate the transformation of the way they engage with their stakeholders, creating a modern workplace which improves the user experience for their internal customers and staff. The role requires someone who requires minimal supervision and can adhere to strict deadlines. What you will need to succeedExcellent communication skills, particularly writing for digital channels, delivering enterprise-wide content and collateral using a wide variety of channels Develop succinct, creative, informative, and compelling information to support our uplift and transformation journeyDemonstrated experience in applying UX principlesDemonstrated experience in the management of document migration to OneDrive and SharePoint OnlineExperience working effectively and resiliently as a team player and autonomouslyExperience collaborating effectively with subject matter experts and other stakeholdersFamiliarity with Microsoft Office 365 tools, most notably SharePoint and Teams, with the freedom to introduce new service offerings that benefit Finance and the organisation in achieving its self-service and outcomesDelivery of automation and support services, with an ambition to constantly improve skills and knowledge with a focused sense of purposeDemonstrated ability to quickly understand complex information and initiate, explore and propose delivery solutions that meet stakeholder needsDemonstrate the ability to create and maintain documentation and training materials, delivering training to staff in the use of Microsoft Office 365 toolsExcellent organisational and planning skills, together with attention to detail and accuracy while working under pressureProven ability to navigate a complex stakeholder environment where there are multiple interested partiesAt 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$65,000 - AU$75,000, per year, career progression
      • full-time
      The centreThis 70 place early learning centre is located in Ashburton that is established within the community, offering a diverse culture with a play based program. They operate between 7:00am-6:30pm and cater for children aged 0-5 years old. They are Located only just a short walk to the local shops and easily accessible by public transport. They are looking for an Assistant center manager to assist in managing the daily operations of the center. The RoleYou will hold a Diploma qualification as a minimum and have experience running programs, ideally some management experience in a similar role such as 21C / 31C or Educational leader would be preferred but Diploma lead educators will be considered . You will be trained on Assistant Centre Manager responsibilities and spend dedicated days in the office and some time on the floor in a floating capacity. You will be responsible to:Work with and alongside the Centre Director to manage the daily responsibilities of running and maintaining a busy childcare serviceLead the development and implementation of an effective educational program in the service.Collaborate with educators and provide curriculum direction and guidance.Motivate and lead a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to achieve a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RWork on and off the floor in a 60/40 splitDevelop respectful relationships with children, families and staffBenefits of the role:Above award wageOn the job training and development Supportive management and team environmentEstablished team - low staff turnoverCareer progression opportunity Childcare discounts About youTo be eligible for this position you must have:A Diploma of Children Services or ACECQA assessed equivalent.A current Working with Children CheckExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)Great communication, leadership and management skills.To apply for this role please send your resume and cover letter to Melanie.mckeown@randstad.com.au or call 8630 7400 for a confidential discussion
      The centreThis 70 place early learning centre is located in Ashburton that is established within the community, offering a diverse culture with a play based program. They operate between 7:00am-6:30pm and cater for children aged 0-5 years old. They are Located only just a short walk to the local shops and easily accessible by public transport. They are looking for an Assistant center manager to assist in managing the daily operations of the center. The RoleYou will hold a Diploma qualification as a minimum and have experience running programs, ideally some management experience in a similar role such as 21C / 31C or Educational leader would be preferred but Diploma lead educators will be considered . You will be trained on Assistant Centre Manager responsibilities and spend dedicated days in the office and some time on the floor in a floating capacity. You will be responsible to:Work with and alongside the Centre Director to manage the daily responsibilities of running and maintaining a busy childcare serviceLead the development and implementation of an effective educational program in the service.Collaborate with educators and provide curriculum direction and guidance.Motivate and lead a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceAdhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to achieve a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RWork on and off the floor in a 60/40 splitDevelop respectful relationships with children, families and staffBenefits of the role:Above award wageOn the job training and development Supportive management and team environmentEstablished team - low staff turnoverCareer progression opportunity Childcare discounts About youTo be eligible for this position you must have:A Diploma of Children Services or ACECQA assessed equivalent.A current Working with Children CheckExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)Great communication, leadership and management skills.To apply for this role please send your resume and cover letter to Melanie.mckeown@randstad.com.au or call 8630 7400 for a confidential discussion
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$85,000 - AU$117,000, per year, based on experience
      • full-time
      Primary Teacher - Melbourne About Your New Role:Randstad Education has partnered with an independent school in Coolaroo to source a talented Primary Teacher looking to join an innovative school that fosters a true community spirit. They maintain high academic standards, smaller class sizes and a caring, inclusive and supportive community. Semester 2 Full Time Fixed Term Contract with potential for extention for 2023.Competitive Salary Providing an exemplary in-class experience for students.Utilising modern pedagogical approaches to deliver differentiated learning to students at all levels.Engaging with parents and pastoral team to ensure individual student needs are catered for.What you will need to be successful:Our client is excited to have you join the team. To be successful in your new role, you will be a a passionate and hardworking Primary Teacher, dedicated to crafting engaging learning experiences which allow students to express their critical thinking and creativity. As an effective classroom practitioner, your knowledge, skills and passion for Primary Education will inspire students to engage themselves deeply within this subject. You will need:Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Bachelor of Education VIT registration or ability to obtain prior to commencement Provide a minimum of two professional references (Principal and HOD preferred) Skills & Experience:High pedagogical standardsEffectively perform educational responsibilities, including (but not exclusive to) lesson planning and the writing of assessment and units of work as delegatedPossess strong communication skillsEnsure a safe and supportive classroom environment for all studentsHave classroom supervision and behaviour management skillsBe able to produce student assessments and tracking academic progressRemain up to date with teaching standards and pedagogical practices by actively participating in a range of professional development The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next:If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
      Primary Teacher - Melbourne About Your New Role:Randstad Education has partnered with an independent school in Coolaroo to source a talented Primary Teacher looking to join an innovative school that fosters a true community spirit. They maintain high academic standards, smaller class sizes and a caring, inclusive and supportive community. Semester 2 Full Time Fixed Term Contract with potential for extention for 2023.Competitive Salary Providing an exemplary in-class experience for students.Utilising modern pedagogical approaches to deliver differentiated learning to students at all levels.Engaging with parents and pastoral team to ensure individual student needs are catered for.What you will need to be successful:Our client is excited to have you join the team. To be successful in your new role, you will be a a passionate and hardworking Primary Teacher, dedicated to crafting engaging learning experiences which allow students to express their critical thinking and creativity. As an effective classroom practitioner, your knowledge, skills and passion for Primary Education will inspire students to engage themselves deeply within this subject. You will need:Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Bachelor of Education VIT registration or ability to obtain prior to commencement Provide a minimum of two professional references (Principal and HOD preferred) Skills & Experience:High pedagogical standardsEffectively perform educational responsibilities, including (but not exclusive to) lesson planning and the writing of assessment and units of work as delegatedPossess strong communication skillsEnsure a safe and supportive classroom environment for all studentsHave classroom supervision and behaviour management skillsBe able to produce student assessments and tracking academic progressRemain up to date with teaching standards and pedagogical practices by actively participating in a range of professional development The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next:If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$82,000, per year, including super + car allowance
      • full-time
      As an Early Childhood Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centered and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. On offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression, however that may look like to you Dedicated training to ensure you succeed in your new career pathwayInclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team, draw on the knowledge of colleagues from allied health backgroundsPermanent full time positions in Thomastown, Preston, Niddrie and Footscray Unsure if this is your forever role? 12 month maternity vacancy available in Melton Key Selection Criteria:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education with VIT registration and early years intervention experience and demonstrated knowledge High level administrative and reporting capabilities Demonstrated experience supporting children and their families in their journeys with disability and/or developmental delays Values, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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.
      As an Early Childhood Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centered and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. On offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression, however that may look like to you Dedicated training to ensure you succeed in your new career pathwayInclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team, draw on the knowledge of colleagues from allied health backgroundsPermanent full time positions in Thomastown, Preston, Niddrie and Footscray Unsure if this is your forever role? 12 month maternity vacancy available in Melton Key Selection Criteria:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education with VIT registration and early years intervention experience and demonstrated knowledge High level administrative and reporting capabilities Demonstrated experience supporting children and their families in their journeys with disability and/or developmental delays Values, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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$99,000 - AU$125,000, per year, Plus Superannuation & Allowances!
      • full-time
      Database AdministratorJoin a NFP saving Victorian lives daily!$110k - $125k p.a + Super + AllowancesFantastic career growth opportunitiesA Unique Opportunity To Make A Real Impact!Join this leading Victorian Government Not-For-Profit saving lives every day. As a senior Database Administrator (DBA), you will play an instrumental role in leading database optimisation activities, maintaining high availability and recovering clusters to ensure databases are running at optimum levels, critically allowing this organisation to do what it does best... save lives. Want to make a real impact in society? Now is your chance. What's In It For You?Along with an opportunity to support your community, there are a variety of benefits to joining this fantastic team!RemunerationOffering remuneration between $110k - $125k + Super, you will not only receive a competitive salary, but also have the opportunity to build upon this as you develop your career. GrowthYour personal growth is super important, and this fantastic NFP understands that. Your growth will not only be encouraged, but supported by your manager and wider team. This opportunity will provide you the perfect boost to achieve your career aspirations. As this organisation continues to grow (in fact, their IT team doubled in size during covid!), you will also have opportunities to further your career in the following fields;Further develop your DBA skillsData ScienceData GovernanceDevOpsAI/BITechnical Architecture & moreTraining & DevelopmentA team that not only promotes training & development, but also supports it, you will have access to the latest in online up-skilling platforms, including $5k per year for you to use to develop your skills. In addition to this, they will also cover the costs on any certifications required to ensure your DBA skills are up to date. OtherOther benefits include;Monthly RDOAccess to a company car while rostered on-callStunning, new offices conveniently located in Melbourne CBDAllowance for uniformExposure to Cloud & On-Prem DatabasesKey Skills & ExperienceYou want to make a real social impact in the Victorian communityRelevant DBA experience (preferably with wither SQL or Oracle)Experience maintaining high availabilityExperience resolving and recovering failed clustersAbility to troubleshoot clusters and understand why certain failures have occuredInterested?Please click "APPLY" now if you are ready do make a difference.OR email your updated CV to jack.thomas@randstad.com.auPlease Note: The successful applicant is required to have full working rights in Australia. This means you will need; Australian Citizenship, NZ Citizenship OR Australian Permanent Residency. ---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.
      Database AdministratorJoin a NFP saving Victorian lives daily!$110k - $125k p.a + Super + AllowancesFantastic career growth opportunitiesA Unique Opportunity To Make A Real Impact!Join this leading Victorian Government Not-For-Profit saving lives every day. As a senior Database Administrator (DBA), you will play an instrumental role in leading database optimisation activities, maintaining high availability and recovering clusters to ensure databases are running at optimum levels, critically allowing this organisation to do what it does best... save lives. Want to make a real impact in society? Now is your chance. What's In It For You?Along with an opportunity to support your community, there are a variety of benefits to joining this fantastic team!RemunerationOffering remuneration between $110k - $125k + Super, you will not only receive a competitive salary, but also have the opportunity to build upon this as you develop your career. GrowthYour personal growth is super important, and this fantastic NFP understands that. Your growth will not only be encouraged, but supported by your manager and wider team. This opportunity will provide you the perfect boost to achieve your career aspirations. As this organisation continues to grow (in fact, their IT team doubled in size during covid!), you will also have opportunities to further your career in the following fields;Further develop your DBA skillsData ScienceData GovernanceDevOpsAI/BITechnical Architecture & moreTraining & DevelopmentA team that not only promotes training & development, but also supports it, you will have access to the latest in online up-skilling platforms, including $5k per year for you to use to develop your skills. In addition to this, they will also cover the costs on any certifications required to ensure your DBA skills are up to date. OtherOther benefits include;Monthly RDOAccess to a company car while rostered on-callStunning, new offices conveniently located in Melbourne CBDAllowance for uniformExposure to Cloud & On-Prem DatabasesKey Skills & ExperienceYou want to make a real social impact in the Victorian communityRelevant DBA experience (preferably with wither SQL or Oracle)Experience maintaining high availabilityExperience resolving and recovering failed clustersAbility to troubleshoot clusters and understand why certain failures have occuredInterested?Please click "APPLY" now if you are ready do make a difference.OR email your updated CV to jack.thomas@randstad.com.auPlease Note: The successful applicant is required to have full working rights in Australia. This means you will need; Australian Citizenship, NZ Citizenship OR Australian Permanent Residency. ---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$180,000 - AU$250,000 per year
      • full-time
      My client is a first class building contractor with an impressive pedigree, specialising in both fit out and new build. Having established themselves as one of the leading contractors in the refurbishment and fitout industry nationally, they have since created a new build arm that has grown exponentially. Due to continued expansion in Melbourne this client has a requirement for an experienced Senior Project Manager to join its closely knit team capable of running large scale projects. As a Project Manager with this group you will have complete responsibility for all financials, programs and project delivery, will play a key role in management and development of existing and new clients, and take a lead in developing the skills of your construction team. You may be required to oversee 1-2 Project Managers and also manage projects to the value of $50m. To be considered for this role you must previous Project Management experience within a similarly sized building group. Strong programming, budgeting and client management skills are required and you must be able to demonstrate a proactive approach towards quality and OH&S and have core strength at the client interface. A package to the value of $250K and the opportunity to join an industry leader with unrivalled continuous training and development opportunities.To apply online, please click on the link below, or email alex.parker@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.
      My client is a first class building contractor with an impressive pedigree, specialising in both fit out and new build. Having established themselves as one of the leading contractors in the refurbishment and fitout industry nationally, they have since created a new build arm that has grown exponentially. Due to continued expansion in Melbourne this client has a requirement for an experienced Senior Project Manager to join its closely knit team capable of running large scale projects. As a Project Manager with this group you will have complete responsibility for all financials, programs and project delivery, will play a key role in management and development of existing and new clients, and take a lead in developing the skills of your construction team. You may be required to oversee 1-2 Project Managers and also manage projects to the value of $50m. To be considered for this role you must previous Project Management experience within a similarly sized building group. Strong programming, budgeting and client management skills are required and you must be able to demonstrate a proactive approach towards quality and OH&S and have core strength at the client interface. A package to the value of $250K and the opportunity to join an industry leader with unrivalled continuous training and development opportunities.To apply online, please click on the link below, or email alex.parker@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$32.34 - AU$32.34, per hour, temp to perm opportunity
      • full-time
      Our client is seeking gardeners to join their team on day shift to work across various parks and reserves on the Mornington Peninsula.Duties & Responsibilities:Weeding, pruning, spraying, planting, mulching and rubbish removalEdging, brush cutting, blowing & mowingPrepare and plant gardens as part of refurbishment programUse a range of horticulture equipment Skill & Experience RequiredPrevious experience in a similar roleGood level of physical fitnessDrivers licence and car preferred Ability to commit to working full-time hours and travelling to Mornington each dayWhat's in it for you:Full-time hours Monday to FridayThe opportunity to become a permanent staff member Joining a workplace that prioritises safety & qualityOpportunity for further trainingWorking outdoors in beautiful locations across the PeninsulaPositively contribute to a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment If you are interested, please click apply or email your resume to mulgravevic@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 client is seeking gardeners to join their team on day shift to work across various parks and reserves on the Mornington Peninsula.Duties & Responsibilities:Weeding, pruning, spraying, planting, mulching and rubbish removalEdging, brush cutting, blowing & mowingPrepare and plant gardens as part of refurbishment programUse a range of horticulture equipment Skill & Experience RequiredPrevious experience in a similar roleGood level of physical fitnessDrivers licence and car preferred Ability to commit to working full-time hours and travelling to Mornington each dayWhat's in it for you:Full-time hours Monday to FridayThe opportunity to become a permanent staff member Joining a workplace that prioritises safety & qualityOpportunity for further trainingWorking outdoors in beautiful locations across the PeninsulaPositively contribute to a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment If you are interested, please click apply or email your resume to mulgravevic@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$140,000 - AU$180,000, per year, Great organisation
      • full-time
      IT Business Partner Our client is looking for an IT Business Partner to assist in leading the capture of initiatives and requirements from the business and translate into actionable work by the development and IT teams. The OrganisationOur client is a purpose built collection of industry health and medical brands who are committed to support their customers to achieve better work and health outcomes. Daily responsibilities will include, but not limited to:Conducting discovery workshops with the business to understand their needs, and document in a way that will facilitate prioritisation of their requests versus other projects.Capturing and document business requirements via workshops, meetings and other interactions with key business stakeholders.In conjunction with input from the development team, lead the crafting of functional designs that can both be understood by the business and actioned by the development team.Lead the interaction with and training of super-users across the business, and interface with the learning and development team for relevant training materials.Being capable of planning and executing projects (with the assistance of the GM of Technology) by adhering to the company PMO/Change Management process.To succeed in this position you will have:Minimum 3 years of experience as a Business Analyst or Functional ConsultantProject Management certification(s) in Waterfall and/or Agile methodologies is advantageousProven experience contributing to delivering complex projects that involve interactions with several systems, across internal staff and external suppliers/customers.Strong technical acumen to critically and converse with technical architects and developers.Strong communication skills to communicate effectively orally and in writing using language understandable to employees and management. Benefits to the position:Health Insurance discountsSalary packagingProfessional developmentFlexible working environment (WFH/Hybrid)If this sounds like you, please click apply now below or email your resume to jaylene.quiaonza@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.
      IT Business Partner Our client is looking for an IT Business Partner to assist in leading the capture of initiatives and requirements from the business and translate into actionable work by the development and IT teams. The OrganisationOur client is a purpose built collection of industry health and medical brands who are committed to support their customers to achieve better work and health outcomes. Daily responsibilities will include, but not limited to:Conducting discovery workshops with the business to understand their needs, and document in a way that will facilitate prioritisation of their requests versus other projects.Capturing and document business requirements via workshops, meetings and other interactions with key business stakeholders.In conjunction with input from the development team, lead the crafting of functional designs that can both be understood by the business and actioned by the development team.Lead the interaction with and training of super-users across the business, and interface with the learning and development team for relevant training materials.Being capable of planning and executing projects (with the assistance of the GM of Technology) by adhering to the company PMO/Change Management process.To succeed in this position you will have:Minimum 3 years of experience as a Business Analyst or Functional ConsultantProject Management certification(s) in Waterfall and/or Agile methodologies is advantageousProven experience contributing to delivering complex projects that involve interactions with several systems, across internal staff and external suppliers/customers.Strong technical acumen to critically and converse with technical architects and developers.Strong communication skills to communicate effectively orally and in writing using language understandable to employees and management. Benefits to the position:Health Insurance discountsSalary packagingProfessional developmentFlexible working environment (WFH/Hybrid)If this sounds like you, please click apply now below or email your resume to jaylene.quiaonza@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$6,000 - AU$60,000, per year, Large, reputable company
      • full-time
      We are currently recruiting for Maintenance/Handy People to manage facilities in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne VIC. About the role:- Maintenance, replenishment and installation of soap dispensers & hand sanitising units- Replacing or emptying of sanitary and other waste collection bins- Full-time permanent role- Company van & phone provided- Full paid training provided- Good culture and work life balance- Opportunity to work close to home*Discounts for retail and wellness productsAbout you:- Drivers licence- Basic hand tool knowledge- Available full-time on an ongoing basis- Preference to work in an autonomous role- Must have or be willing to obtain a working with children and a national police checkPlease click apply if you are interested in this role as we are looking to fill the positions as soon as possible.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are currently recruiting for Maintenance/Handy People to manage facilities in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne VIC. About the role:- Maintenance, replenishment and installation of soap dispensers & hand sanitising units- Replacing or emptying of sanitary and other waste collection bins- Full-time permanent role- Company van & phone provided- Full paid training provided- Good culture and work life balance- Opportunity to work close to home*Discounts for retail and wellness productsAbout you:- Drivers licence- Basic hand tool knowledge- Available full-time on an ongoing basis- Preference to work in an autonomous role- Must have or be willing to obtain a working with children and a national police checkPlease click apply if you are interested in this role as we are looking to fill the positions as soon as possible.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$130,000 - AU$190,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompaniesLong established groups with extended tenure and track record in Melbourne - no cowboys here!All of these companies are fully accredited for Vic Gov work, and many for Federal Government Projects – cutting edge OHS and QA systemsPermanent roles offering long term Career Opportunities through if you are after contract work we also have other roles available.The RolesProjects include aged care refurb, new build sporting pavilions, independent schools, cladding replacement works (companies in question are multi-disciplinary and offer ongoing work outside of cladding replacement), bulky goods retail and industrial projects.Some of these companies offer 5 day working weeks or if you work a Saturday you will get a day off in lieuExperience/Qualifications RequiredA stable track record in supervision of commercial building projects - whether that be refurbishment/fit out within live environments, or new build experience on greenfield sitesFirst Aid Certificate Essential, Certificate III or IV in OHS Desirable & Working With Children Check required for educational projects.An ability to programme, schedule and sequence trades effectivelyExperience in utilising site safety software such as Hammertech, Procore or similarA natural ability to drive the project forward all the while maintaining and developing relationships with subcontractors, consultants and clients alike.Whats on offerSalary packages in the $130k-$190k range, dependent upon experienceEstablished companies with good reputationsTraining and professional development opportunitiesHow to apply PleaseApply online using the links below, or email your application direct to eoin.brophy@randstad.com.au. For a confidential chat about these roles please contact Eoin Brophy on (03) 9252 2112At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The CompaniesLong established groups with extended tenure and track record in Melbourne - no cowboys here!All of these companies are fully accredited for Vic Gov work, and many for Federal Government Projects – cutting edge OHS and QA systemsPermanent roles offering long term Career Opportunities through if you are after contract work we also have other roles available.The RolesProjects include aged care refurb, new build sporting pavilions, independent schools, cladding replacement works (companies in question are multi-disciplinary and offer ongoing work outside of cladding replacement), bulky goods retail and industrial projects.Some of these companies offer 5 day working weeks or if you work a Saturday you will get a day off in lieuExperience/Qualifications RequiredA stable track record in supervision of commercial building projects - whether that be refurbishment/fit out within live environments, or new build experience on greenfield sitesFirst Aid Certificate Essential, Certificate III or IV in OHS Desirable & Working With Children Check required for educational projects.An ability to programme, schedule and sequence trades effectivelyExperience in utilising site safety software such as Hammertech, Procore or similarA natural ability to drive the project forward all the while maintaining and developing relationships with subcontractors, consultants and clients alike.Whats on offerSalary packages in the $130k-$190k range, dependent upon experienceEstablished companies with good reputationsTraining and professional development opportunitiesHow to apply PleaseApply online using the links below, or email your application direct to eoin.brophy@randstad.com.au. For a confidential chat about these roles please contact Eoin Brophy on (03) 9252 2112At 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
      Fraud Consultant, InvestigationsOpen to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane candidatesRemote working available Excellent salary packageThe Fraud Consultant is responsible for conducting investigations into allegations of fraud committed by employees, customers or vendors of the business and will be responsible for maintaining accurate, comprehensive and timely records of all investigations/ cases in line with organisational and regulatory expectations with a high degree of integrity andconfidentiality.The role will be responsible for maintaining policies, frameworks, monitoring, detection, investigations, training, reporting and remediation related to Anti- Fraud operations.The consultant will also have an understanding of AML/CTF laws and may assist with investigations warranted by alerts by Enhanced Customer Due Diligence for high-risk customers, including transaction monitoring.ResponsibilitiesAssist in maintaining a fit for purpose and cost effective anti-fraud program (people, process & technology) commensurate to the risk identified and aligned to industry best practice.Take lead on assessments, investigations and drafting reports relating to anti-fraud matters including escalation to AML/CTF Compliance accountable for Officer and Financial Crime Manager where required.Assess and triage alerts generated by the fraud monitoring systems.Maintain a compliant and consistent audit trail of all assessment activities, including accurate case notesDeliver role based training to front line staff, where required.Provide support to and assist front line staff and key stakeholders with Fraud and AML/CTF queries.Proactively manage risk; meet all policy and compliance requirements; perform controls; adhere to Process and Procedures pertinent to role; and escalate events, issues or breaches as they are identified.Skills and qualificationsAbility to clearly present and articulate risk positions, reviews and/or recommendations to the AML/CTF Compliance Officer and other key stakeholders.Demonstrated ability to comprehend written, spoken and diagrammatic material, and to create the same with clarity and correct expression, including the ability to facilitate workshops, deliver presentations, prepare reports, papers and high level correspondence.Previous experience in working in fraud investigations and financial crime role (preferably 3+ years experience)Understanding of Anti-Fraud framework, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing regulations, global sanctions law and compliance risk management principles.Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills, including ability to build strong stakeholder relationships including upper management and law enforcement.Automated Fraud Detection and Financial Transaction Monitoring SystemsWhy choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to Risk, Compliance and Financial Crime. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process. 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.
      Fraud Consultant, InvestigationsOpen to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane candidatesRemote working available Excellent salary packageThe Fraud Consultant is responsible for conducting investigations into allegations of fraud committed by employees, customers or vendors of the business and will be responsible for maintaining accurate, comprehensive and timely records of all investigations/ cases in line with organisational and regulatory expectations with a high degree of integrity andconfidentiality.The role will be responsible for maintaining policies, frameworks, monitoring, detection, investigations, training, reporting and remediation related to Anti- Fraud operations.The consultant will also have an understanding of AML/CTF laws and may assist with investigations warranted by alerts by Enhanced Customer Due Diligence for high-risk customers, including transaction monitoring.ResponsibilitiesAssist in maintaining a fit for purpose and cost effective anti-fraud program (people, process & technology) commensurate to the risk identified and aligned to industry best practice.Take lead on assessments, investigations and drafting reports relating to anti-fraud matters including escalation to AML/CTF Compliance accountable for Officer and Financial Crime Manager where required.Assess and triage alerts generated by the fraud monitoring systems.Maintain a compliant and consistent audit trail of all assessment activities, including accurate case notesDeliver role based training to front line staff, where required.Provide support to and assist front line staff and key stakeholders with Fraud and AML/CTF queries.Proactively manage risk; meet all policy and compliance requirements; perform controls; adhere to Process and Procedures pertinent to role; and escalate events, issues or breaches as they are identified.Skills and qualificationsAbility to clearly present and articulate risk positions, reviews and/or recommendations to the AML/CTF Compliance Officer and other key stakeholders.Demonstrated ability to comprehend written, spoken and diagrammatic material, and to create the same with clarity and correct expression, including the ability to facilitate workshops, deliver presentations, prepare reports, papers and high level correspondence.Previous experience in working in fraud investigations and financial crime role (preferably 3+ years experience)Understanding of Anti-Fraud framework, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing regulations, global sanctions law and compliance risk management principles.Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills, including ability to build strong stakeholder relationships including upper management and law enforcement.Automated Fraud Detection and Financial Transaction Monitoring SystemsWhy choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to Risk, Compliance and Financial Crime. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process. 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$75,000 - AU$82,000, per year, including super + car allowance
      • full-time
      Seeking Social Workers wanting to step away from clinical; as an Early Childhood Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centered and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Benefits to you in your new employment:Competitive Salary with Salary Packaging options, increasing your take home payGenerous Car Allowance Amazing career progression opportunities Dedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team You will have:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, AASW eligible, previous experience in Early Childhood Intervention desirableHigh level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference Permanent (Thomastown, Preston, Footscray & Niddrie) and 12 month contract vacancies (Melton) To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! Or call 1300 289 817 and ask for Amy / email: amy.mcconnell@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.
      Seeking Social Workers wanting to step away from clinical; as an Early Childhood Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centered and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Benefits to you in your new employment:Competitive Salary with Salary Packaging options, increasing your take home payGenerous Car Allowance Amazing career progression opportunities Dedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team You will have:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, AASW eligible, previous experience in Early Childhood Intervention desirableHigh level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference Permanent (Thomastown, Preston, Footscray & Niddrie) and 12 month contract vacancies (Melton) To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! Or call 1300 289 817 and ask for Amy / email: amy.mcconnell@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$130,000 - AU$170,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyEstablished Tier 3 group with diverse and interesting portfolio of projects to $25mEducational, Institutional, Health, Aged Care and MoreHigh calibre management team and well resourced support team of CA’s and Foremen on their larger projectsThe RoleSeeking an experienced and multiskilled SM capable of running new build/greenfield sites or a refurbishment in a live environmentFirst class accredited EHS systems with training providedStable company & workload – they made no cutbacks in COVID and are now thrivingWork life balance – 5 day week and if you work a Saturday you will get an RDO off in lieuExperience/Qualifications RequiredA stable track record in supervision of commercial building projects with strong structural experience as well as liive environment works You must be able to demonstrate best practice in OHS - Certificate III/IV preferredAn ability to programme, schedule and sequence trades effectivelyExperience in utilising site safety software such as Hammertech, Procore or similarA natural ability to drive the project forward all the while maintaining and developing relationships with client subcontractors, consultants and clients alike.Whats on offerA salary package in the $130k - $170k range dependent upon your skills or experience. An enjoyable and rewarding work environment that is well resourced - they rarely turn over site staffHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The CompanyEstablished Tier 3 group with diverse and interesting portfolio of projects to $25mEducational, Institutional, Health, Aged Care and MoreHigh calibre management team and well resourced support team of CA’s and Foremen on their larger projectsThe RoleSeeking an experienced and multiskilled SM capable of running new build/greenfield sites or a refurbishment in a live environmentFirst class accredited EHS systems with training providedStable company & workload – they made no cutbacks in COVID and are now thrivingWork life balance – 5 day week and if you work a Saturday you will get an RDO off in lieuExperience/Qualifications RequiredA stable track record in supervision of commercial building projects with strong structural experience as well as liive environment works You must be able to demonstrate best practice in OHS - Certificate III/IV preferredAn ability to programme, schedule and sequence trades effectivelyExperience in utilising site safety software such as Hammertech, Procore or similarA natural ability to drive the project forward all the while maintaining and developing relationships with client subcontractors, consultants and clients alike.Whats on offerA salary package in the $130k - $170k range dependent upon your skills or experience. An enjoyable and rewarding work environment that is well resourced - they rarely turn over site staffHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At 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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