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      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$35.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, attractive package
      • full-time
      Our client, based in Osborne is seeking labourers to join their team specialising in submarine batteries. On offer is full time hours across day and afternoon shifts. You will be required to undertake training on day shift.Along with your strong work ethic and willingness to learn, you will receive support and training from the team in all aspects of the production operations.Duties:Use mechanical aids such as trollies and cranes and assist with team lifts when requiredUndertake admin duties as part of quality control for tasksUse ladles to scoop and transfer lead acid into tankSome welding tasks (training provided)Essential requirements:Experience in a heavy production role and labour environmentCan commit to full time hours and ongoing workAble to lift up to 20kg frequently Safety focused, physically fit and able to complete manual tasksIn returnWe offer multiple pay runs a week to ensure you are paid on time. Plus we give you benefits such as discounts at retailers like woolworths, rebel sport, jb hifi, myer, david jones plus more.To apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment 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.
      Our client, based in Osborne is seeking labourers to join their team specialising in submarine batteries. On offer is full time hours across day and afternoon shifts. You will be required to undertake training on day shift.Along with your strong work ethic and willingness to learn, you will receive support and training from the team in all aspects of the production operations.Duties:Use mechanical aids such as trollies and cranes and assist with team lifts when requiredUndertake admin duties as part of quality control for tasksUse ladles to scoop and transfer lead acid into tankSome welding tasks (training provided)Essential requirements:Experience in a heavy production role and labour environmentCan commit to full time hours and ongoing workAble to lift up to 20kg frequently Safety focused, physically fit and able to complete manual tasksIn returnWe offer multiple pay runs a week to ensure you are paid on time. Plus we give you benefits such as discounts at retailers like woolworths, rebel sport, jb hifi, myer, david jones plus more.To apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment 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.
      • salisbury, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$27.18 - AU$28.90 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad currently has multiple opportunities for Event Coordinators and Kiosk Staff to join one of our local councils in the Northern Suburb.Experience working in the hospitality/food & beverage industry will be essential. You'll be part of a team working to run sporting events for local schools and communities, this will be working in the Kiosk doing point of sales, food preparation, cooking food and beverage service along with other duties such as venue set up, general cleaning and operational tasks. Hours will be flexible and can be negotiable with days of operation from Monday-SundayRequirements:Hospitality, customer service or food & beverage experienceDHS screens (working with children/vulnerable/aged/disability)Current Police CheckCovid Awareness TrainingAble to pass a Drug and Alcohol testFit and healthy and able to pass a pre-employment physical assessmentCovid Vaccination preferred but not essentialTo apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment process, alternatively please email your resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.auIn returnWe offer multiple pay runs a week to ensure you are paid on time. Plus we give you benefits such as discounts at retailers like woolworths, rebel sport, jb hifi, myer, david jones plus more.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.
      Randstad currently has multiple opportunities for Event Coordinators and Kiosk Staff to join one of our local councils in the Northern Suburb.Experience working in the hospitality/food & beverage industry will be essential. You'll be part of a team working to run sporting events for local schools and communities, this will be working in the Kiosk doing point of sales, food preparation, cooking food and beverage service along with other duties such as venue set up, general cleaning and operational tasks. Hours will be flexible and can be negotiable with days of operation from Monday-SundayRequirements:Hospitality, customer service or food & beverage experienceDHS screens (working with children/vulnerable/aged/disability)Current Police CheckCovid Awareness TrainingAble to pass a Drug and Alcohol testFit and healthy and able to pass a pre-employment physical assessmentCovid Vaccination preferred but not essentialTo apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment process, alternatively please email your resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.auIn returnWe offer multiple pay runs a week to ensure you are paid on time. Plus we give you benefits such as discounts at retailers like woolworths, rebel sport, jb hifi, myer, david jones plus more.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.
      • salisbury, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$28.90 - AU$34.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad currently has multiple opportunities for Event Coordinators and Kiosk Staff to join one of our local councils in the Northern Suburb.Experience working in the hospitality/food & beverage industry will be essential. You'll be part of a team working to run sporting events for local schools and communities, this will be working in the Kiosk doing point of sales, food preparation, cooking food and beverage service along with other duties such as venue set up, general cleaning and operational tasks. Hours will be flexible and can be negotiable with days of operation from Monday-SundayRequirements:Hospitality, customer service or food & beverage experienceDHS screens (working with children/vulnerable/aged/disability)Current Police CheckCovid Awareness TrainingAble to pass a Drug and Alcohol testFit and healthy and able to pass a pre-employment physical assessmentCovid Vaccination preferred but not essentialTo apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment process, alternatively please email your resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.auIn returnWe offer multiple pay runs a week to ensure you are paid on time. Plus we give you benefits such as discounts at retailers like woolworths, rebel sport, jb hifi, myer, david jones plus more.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.
      Randstad currently has multiple opportunities for Event Coordinators and Kiosk Staff to join one of our local councils in the Northern Suburb.Experience working in the hospitality/food & beverage industry will be essential. You'll be part of a team working to run sporting events for local schools and communities, this will be working in the Kiosk doing point of sales, food preparation, cooking food and beverage service along with other duties such as venue set up, general cleaning and operational tasks. Hours will be flexible and can be negotiable with days of operation from Monday-SundayRequirements:Hospitality, customer service or food & beverage experienceDHS screens (working with children/vulnerable/aged/disability)Current Police CheckCovid Awareness TrainingAble to pass a Drug and Alcohol testFit and healthy and able to pass a pre-employment physical assessmentCovid Vaccination preferred but not essentialTo apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment process, alternatively please email your resume to wayvillegov@randstad.com.auIn returnWe offer multiple pay runs a week to ensure you are paid on time. Plus we give you benefits such as discounts at retailers like woolworths, rebel sport, jb hifi, myer, david jones plus more.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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$27.00 - AU$28.00, per hour, Supportive Working Environment
      • full-time
      Are you mechanically minded with experience working in manufacturing and production? Have you considered becoming a machine operator?For this role you must have experience operating thermoformers, tray lines, pouch lines and kettle operations.Experience that would be beneficial Prior experience in a similar machine operator or production worker role. FMCG background is advantageous. What a machine operator does A machine operator is responsible for the machinery set up, maintenance and operation. You will also assist with picking and packing and other duties. Training will be provided if you are able to demonstrate the willingness and desire to learn. Benefits of choosing Randstad for your next contract From the start of your contract you will be eligible for discounts and offers from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more from Randstads incentives program.Opportunities for on-going Day shift Supportive team environmentDoes this sound like you? If you are interested in working as a Machine operator or as a production worker, send your resume today. If you have questions before applying call Skye on 08 8150 7065At 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 mechanically minded with experience working in manufacturing and production? Have you considered becoming a machine operator?For this role you must have experience operating thermoformers, tray lines, pouch lines and kettle operations.Experience that would be beneficial Prior experience in a similar machine operator or production worker role. FMCG background is advantageous. What a machine operator does A machine operator is responsible for the machinery set up, maintenance and operation. You will also assist with picking and packing and other duties. Training will be provided if you are able to demonstrate the willingness and desire to learn. Benefits of choosing Randstad for your next contract From the start of your contract you will be eligible for discounts and offers from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more from Randstads incentives program.Opportunities for on-going Day shift Supportive team environmentDoes this sound like you? If you are interested in working as a Machine operator or as a production worker, send your resume today. If you have questions before applying call Skye on 08 8150 7065At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$27.00 - AU$27.16 per hour
      • part-time
      Our client based in Ottoway is looking for production workers for an immediate start. The position will be casual with ongoing work. Candidates applying will need to hold production or labouring experience and be happy working day shift, 6am-2pm. Key duties and responsibilities will include:Hand tools and power toolsQuality inspectionMachine operationGeneral cleaning and housekeepingFull training will be provided Successful applicants must;Have recent work history in a industrial or production role Be reliable, hardworking and willing to commit to ongoing workBe able to work efficiently in a fast paced environmentBe physically fit and able to undertake repetitive workBe able to commence immediatelyIf you believe you fit the above criteria, please apply now via the link or email your interest and up to date resume. For further information, please call our Wayville office on 8150 7065 to speak to Max. Or email max.lambert@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client based in Ottoway is looking for production workers for an immediate start. The position will be casual with ongoing work. Candidates applying will need to hold production or labouring experience and be happy working day shift, 6am-2pm. Key duties and responsibilities will include:Hand tools and power toolsQuality inspectionMachine operationGeneral cleaning and housekeepingFull training will be provided Successful applicants must;Have recent work history in a industrial or production role Be reliable, hardworking and willing to commit to ongoing workBe able to work efficiently in a fast paced environmentBe physically fit and able to undertake repetitive workBe able to commence immediatelyIf you believe you fit the above criteria, please apply now via the link or email your interest and up to date resume. For further information, please call our Wayville office on 8150 7065 to speak to Max. Or email max.lambert@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$27.00 - AU$27.16 per hour
      • part-time
      Our client based in Ottoway is looking for production workers for an immediate start. The position will be casual with ongoing work. Candidates applying will need to hold production or labouring experience and be happy working day shift, 6am-2pm. Key duties and responsibilities will include:Hand tools and power toolsQuality inspectionMachine operationGeneral cleaning and housekeepingFull training will be provided Successful applicants must;Have recent work history in a industrial or production role Be reliable, hardworking and willing to commit to ongoing workBe able to work efficiently in a fast paced environmentBe physically fit and able to undertake repetitive workBe able to commence immediatelyIf you believe you fit the above criteria, please apply now via the link or email your interest and up to date resume. For further information, please call our Wayville office on 8150 7065 to speak to Max. Or email max.lambert@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client based in Ottoway is looking for production workers for an immediate start. The position will be casual with ongoing work. Candidates applying will need to hold production or labouring experience and be happy working day shift, 6am-2pm. Key duties and responsibilities will include:Hand tools and power toolsQuality inspectionMachine operationGeneral cleaning and housekeepingFull training will be provided Successful applicants must;Have recent work history in a industrial or production role Be reliable, hardworking and willing to commit to ongoing workBe able to work efficiently in a fast paced environmentBe physically fit and able to undertake repetitive workBe able to commence immediatelyIf you believe you fit the above criteria, please apply now via the link or email your interest and up to date resume. For further information, please call our Wayville office on 8150 7065 to speak to Max. Or email max.lambert@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$27.50 - AU$35.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Are you mechanically minded with experience working in manufacturing and production? Have you considered becoming a machine operator? Experience that would be beneficial Prior experience in a similar machine operator or production worker role. Alternatively, skills such as the following are transferable;Hand and power tool experienceProduction/Manufacturing experienceForklift licence advantageousWhat a machine operator does A machine operator is responsible for the machinery set up, maintenance and operation. You will also assist with picking and packing and other warehouse duties. Training will be provided if you are able to demonstrate the willingness and desire to learn. Benefits of choosing Randstad for your next contract From the start of your contract you will be eligible for discounts and offers from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more from Randstads incentives program.Permanent opportunitySupportive team environmentRegency Park LocationDoes this sound like you? If you are interested in working as a Machine operator or as a production worker, send your resume today. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Are you mechanically minded with experience working in manufacturing and production? Have you considered becoming a machine operator? Experience that would be beneficial Prior experience in a similar machine operator or production worker role. Alternatively, skills such as the following are transferable;Hand and power tool experienceProduction/Manufacturing experienceForklift licence advantageousWhat a machine operator does A machine operator is responsible for the machinery set up, maintenance and operation. You will also assist with picking and packing and other warehouse duties. Training will be provided if you are able to demonstrate the willingness and desire to learn. Benefits of choosing Randstad for your next contract From the start of your contract you will be eligible for discounts and offers from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more from Randstads incentives program.Permanent opportunitySupportive team environmentRegency Park LocationDoes this sound like you? If you are interested in working as a Machine operator or as a production worker, send your resume today. 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.
      • gawler, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$35.30 - AU$42.64, per hour, *Including Superannuation
      • part-time
      Our Early Childhood casual team members are getting a pay rise of 4.6% plus $1 extra an hour AND $1 BONUS for every hour worked paid as an end of the year bonus, starting Monday July 4. WOW!!!!Diploma, Certificate III, or 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 Gawler, Evanston, Munno Para Downs, Smithfield and surrounding suburbs. Choose when and how you work, managing your schedule via our app.Awesome discounts for all our working casuals on petrol, groceries, food delivery, entertainment and more!We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. About you:Qualified or working toward your Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care 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 Working With Children Card or DCSI letterNo resume, no worries, click APPLY, fill in your contact details and our team will call you to guide you through the application process.OrContact us your way:Phone: 1300 360 014 (option 1)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.
      Our Early Childhood casual team members are getting a pay rise of 4.6% plus $1 extra an hour AND $1 BONUS for every hour worked paid as an end of the year bonus, starting Monday July 4. WOW!!!!Diploma, Certificate III, or 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 Gawler, Evanston, Munno Para Downs, Smithfield and surrounding suburbs. Choose when and how you work, managing your schedule via our app.Awesome discounts for all our working casuals on petrol, groceries, food delivery, entertainment and more!We care about our people and are here to guide you through the application process and casual working experience. About you:Qualified or working toward your Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care 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 Working With Children Card or DCSI letterNo resume, no worries, click APPLY, fill in your contact details and our team will call you to guide you through the application process.OrContact us your way:Phone: 1300 360 014 (option 1)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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Trades Assistant Engineering Workshop The Opportunity:Our Client is a world-class producer of advanced mobility, advanced logistics handling systems and advanced autonomous systems that control, monitor and improve mobility of Defence, Autonomous, commercial, automotive and other transport vehicles.Benefits:Training and developmentWell-equipped machine shop with a positive environmentLong term employmentWork on projects across Defence , Motor-sport and ScienceWhat you'll need to succeed: Experience in a workshop environment Mechanical aptitude Forklift ticket beneficialA safety-first attitude with awareness of HSE requirements, and responsibilities.Strong organisational and ability to work within a teamAbility to use manual measuring equipmentAn ability to proactively work in a fast-paced environmentDisciplined attention to detail and accuracyIf you're interested, apply via the "Apply Now" button or email your up to date CV to peter.smith@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. 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.
      Trades Assistant Engineering Workshop The Opportunity:Our Client is a world-class producer of advanced mobility, advanced logistics handling systems and advanced autonomous systems that control, monitor and improve mobility of Defence, Autonomous, commercial, automotive and other transport vehicles.Benefits:Training and developmentWell-equipped machine shop with a positive environmentLong term employmentWork on projects across Defence , Motor-sport and ScienceWhat you'll need to succeed: Experience in a workshop environment Mechanical aptitude Forklift ticket beneficialA safety-first attitude with awareness of HSE requirements, and responsibilities.Strong organisational and ability to work within a teamAbility to use manual measuring equipmentAn ability to proactively work in a fast-paced environmentDisciplined attention to detail and accuracyIf you're interested, apply via the "Apply Now" button or email your up to date CV to peter.smith@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$31.25 - AU$32.83 per hour
      • full-time
      Do you have a passion for the finance industry? An exciting opportunity for those with a passion for customer service skills to join a well established organisation in the banking and finance sector awaits you!On offer are full time positions 37.5 hours per week as well as a great pay rate. The hours will be a rotating roster from 7:30AM to 9:00PM Monday to Friday and 9:00AM to 5:30PM Saturday. All the tools will be provided with an extensive training program and ongoing support available. The initial training period will be 2 weeks full time and is non negotiable. Your new roleOutbound calls regarding customers seeking financial support servicesConsistently providing excellent customer service and going above and beyond while providing high levels of empathy and resilience towards our customers at all timesProvide guidance and assistance to customers across a range of banking products and servicesLearn and master multiple internal systems and software to use simultaneouslyAdministration duties to support customer queries and profilesEndeavor to support and assist our customers while navigating them towards a suitable resolutionYour skills and experienceIt is essential that you have previous experience in a customer service, call centre or a similar role.Excellent communication skills, verbal and writtenHighly adaptable to use multiple software systemsReliable and motivatedExperience in a call centre environment or a phone based role Pride yourself on your level of empathy and resilienceBe able to obtain and clear background clearances and police checksCustomer-centric and service-oriented mind-setAn interest in pursuing a career in the banking and financial services industryHandle customer data and information with confidentialityYour benefitsGain experience with one Australia's largest banking institutesExtensive training and supportSupportive and fun working environment offering potential career growth opportunitiesYour new company This is your opportunity to join a nationally recognised bank - A big 4! Renowned for being a front running force in the Australian financial space, this organisation aims to assist their staff, customers and the wider community by providing an excellent customer experience. A diverse work culture and a positive team environment where you are valued and recognised for your efforts and commitment. How to apply: These roles are highly sought after, please apply today. Send your resume in word format to Zoe Minuzzo-Larsen or Tejal Chhanabhai via the apply button.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.
      Do you have a passion for the finance industry? An exciting opportunity for those with a passion for customer service skills to join a well established organisation in the banking and finance sector awaits you!On offer are full time positions 37.5 hours per week as well as a great pay rate. The hours will be a rotating roster from 7:30AM to 9:00PM Monday to Friday and 9:00AM to 5:30PM Saturday. All the tools will be provided with an extensive training program and ongoing support available. The initial training period will be 2 weeks full time and is non negotiable. Your new roleOutbound calls regarding customers seeking financial support servicesConsistently providing excellent customer service and going above and beyond while providing high levels of empathy and resilience towards our customers at all timesProvide guidance and assistance to customers across a range of banking products and servicesLearn and master multiple internal systems and software to use simultaneouslyAdministration duties to support customer queries and profilesEndeavor to support and assist our customers while navigating them towards a suitable resolutionYour skills and experienceIt is essential that you have previous experience in a customer service, call centre or a similar role.Excellent communication skills, verbal and writtenHighly adaptable to use multiple software systemsReliable and motivatedExperience in a call centre environment or a phone based role Pride yourself on your level of empathy and resilienceBe able to obtain and clear background clearances and police checksCustomer-centric and service-oriented mind-setAn interest in pursuing a career in the banking and financial services industryHandle customer data and information with confidentialityYour benefitsGain experience with one Australia's largest banking institutesExtensive training and supportSupportive and fun working environment offering potential career growth opportunitiesYour new company This is your opportunity to join a nationally recognised bank - A big 4! Renowned for being a front running force in the Australian financial space, this organisation aims to assist their staff, customers and the wider community by providing an excellent customer experience. A diverse work culture and a positive team environment where you are valued and recognised for your efforts and commitment. How to apply: These roles are highly sought after, please apply today. Send your resume in word format to Zoe Minuzzo-Larsen or Tejal Chhanabhai via the apply button.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are working closely with a reputable client within the construction and power rental industry. We are seeking a Rental Coordinator to join the team. This role will offer career development and progression opportunities within a fun and supportive team environment.You will be responsible for coordinating company construction rental products, liaising business to business and providing a high level of customer service. Working within a vibrant team environment; you will be responsible for managing and maintaining equipment to ensure items are prepared and ready for re-rental.This position would suit a customer service focused individual with experience or high interest in machine operation, customer service and coordination.In addition to this, you will need to:Provide a high level of customer service incl B2B Coordinate freight of hire equipmentPrepare delivery schedule for following dayManage and maintain company rental assets through software programProvide product information (training provided)Manage internal enquiries via web, telephone and emailTo be successful for this position, you will need:Excellent communicationFun and vibrant personalityExcellent verbal and written communicationExcellent attention to detailRandstad is committed to identifying the perfect match between our clients, candidates and their true fit to the job. If you believe you are suited to this role, please apply via the link. If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah-Jane Turner and click apply now. Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are working closely with a reputable client within the construction and power rental industry. We are seeking a Rental Coordinator to join the team. This role will offer career development and progression opportunities within a fun and supportive team environment.You will be responsible for coordinating company construction rental products, liaising business to business and providing a high level of customer service. Working within a vibrant team environment; you will be responsible for managing and maintaining equipment to ensure items are prepared and ready for re-rental.This position would suit a customer service focused individual with experience or high interest in machine operation, customer service and coordination.In addition to this, you will need to:Provide a high level of customer service incl B2B Coordinate freight of hire equipmentPrepare delivery schedule for following dayManage and maintain company rental assets through software programProvide product information (training provided)Manage internal enquiries via web, telephone and emailTo be successful for this position, you will need:Excellent communicationFun and vibrant personalityExcellent verbal and written communicationExcellent attention to detailRandstad is committed to identifying the perfect match between our clients, candidates and their true fit to the job. If you believe you are suited to this role, please apply via the link. If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah-Jane Turner and click apply now. Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad are working closely with a reputable client within the construction and power rental industry. We are seeking a Rental Coordinator to join the team. This role will offer career development and progression opportunities within a fun and supportive team environment.You will be responsible for coordinating company construction rental products, liaising business to business and providing a high level of customer service. Working within a vibrant team environment; you will be responsible for managing and maintaining equipment to ensure items are prepared and ready for re-rental.This position would suit a customer service focused individual with experience or high interest in machine operation, customer service and coordination.In addition to this, you will need to:Provide a high level of customer service incl B2B Coordinate freight of hire equipmentPrepare delivery schedule for following dayManage and maintain company rental assets through software programProvide product information (training provided)Manage internal enquiries via web, telephone and emailTo be successful for this position, you will need:Excellent communicationFun and vibrant personalityExcellent verbal and written communicationExcellent attention to detailRandstad is committed to identifying the perfect match between our clients, candidates and their true fit to the job. If you believe you are suited to this role, please apply via the link. If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah-Jane Turner and click apply now. Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are working closely with a reputable client within the construction and power rental industry. We are seeking a Rental Coordinator to join the team. This role will offer career development and progression opportunities within a fun and supportive team environment.You will be responsible for coordinating company construction rental products, liaising business to business and providing a high level of customer service. Working within a vibrant team environment; you will be responsible for managing and maintaining equipment to ensure items are prepared and ready for re-rental.This position would suit a customer service focused individual with experience or high interest in machine operation, customer service and coordination.In addition to this, you will need to:Provide a high level of customer service incl B2B Coordinate freight of hire equipmentPrepare delivery schedule for following dayManage and maintain company rental assets through software programProvide product information (training provided)Manage internal enquiries via web, telephone and emailTo be successful for this position, you will need:Excellent communicationFun and vibrant personalityExcellent verbal and written communicationExcellent attention to detailRandstad is committed to identifying the perfect match between our clients, candidates and their true fit to the job. If you believe you are suited to this role, please apply via the link. If you feel your skills match the above criteria please attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah-Jane Turner and click apply now. Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad have been partnering with Australian government departments for over 30 years. We are proud of our strong reputation as a leading government service provider. We are proud to be partnering with the South Australian government in sourcing a number of Laboratory technicians to support a major environmental programme of work. The role:The primary responsibility of the role is to screen insect samples and identify specimens in accordance with timelines and quality standards set by national protocol. In addition, the role requires the maintenance of clear records and data entry. Key responsibilities: Screening samples under the microscopeSample preparationData entryBasic molecular testing Sample storageMaintenance of records Requirements: Experience in MicroscopyBasic Laboratory TrainingGood understanding of Standard Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Excel, Word)Training in molecular biology desirableYour next steps:Randstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. To apply please submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via the “apply now” option. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad have been partnering with Australian government departments for over 30 years. We are proud of our strong reputation as a leading government service provider. We are proud to be partnering with the South Australian government in sourcing a number of Laboratory technicians to support a major environmental programme of work. The role:The primary responsibility of the role is to screen insect samples and identify specimens in accordance with timelines and quality standards set by national protocol. In addition, the role requires the maintenance of clear records and data entry. Key responsibilities: Screening samples under the microscopeSample preparationData entryBasic molecular testing Sample storageMaintenance of records Requirements: Experience in MicroscopyBasic Laboratory TrainingGood understanding of Standard Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Excel, Word)Training in molecular biology desirableYour next steps:Randstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. To apply please submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via the “apply now” option. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Management of purchase contracts for timely negotiation, renewal and maximising value-add forbusiness unit customers● Continuous improvement of the contracts management framework● Monitor project activities against agreed schedules and monitor KPI’s to achieve objectives● The provision of all required reporting to relevant stakeholders in relation to purchase contracts● Coordination where required, of high level research and analysis of complex and sensitive issues● Work to project schedules to manage coordination issues and mitigate risks/delays● Driving the internal brand of contracts management within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting contracts management activities, across manycategories including ICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Contracts management experience and demonstrable knowledge in negotiating terms and draftingcontracts● Tertiary qualifications beneficial● Excellent written and verbal communication skills● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Management of purchase contracts for timely negotiation, renewal and maximising value-add forbusiness unit customers● Continuous improvement of the contracts management framework● Monitor project activities against agreed schedules and monitor KPI’s to achieve objectives● The provision of all required reporting to relevant stakeholders in relation to purchase contracts● Coordination where required, of high level research and analysis of complex and sensitive issues● Work to project schedules to manage coordination issues and mitigate risks/delays● Driving the internal brand of contracts management within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting contracts management activities, across manycategories including ICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Contracts management experience and demonstrable knowledge in negotiating terms and draftingcontracts● Tertiary qualifications beneficial● Excellent written and verbal communication skills● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Managing the end to end (source to contract) activities of assigned procurement projects to delivermaximum value● Undertaking market research to determine industry conditions, trends, opportunities and competition● Apply risk management principles to procurement projects to identify and mitigate risks● Maintain quality supplier relationships, assisting existing panel and new suppliers to work with theTAFE SA to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes● Encouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, andprocurement process/tools● Driving the internal brand of procurement within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting sourcing activities, across many categories includingICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Experience in procurement within a medium to large complex organisation within private or publicsector● Qualifications in procurement, supply chain, law or business beneficial● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About TAFE SATAFE SA is proud to deliver world-class vocational education and training (VET) across South Australia.Recently named Training Provider of the Year at the 2021 South Australian Training Awards, TAFE SAprovides high-quality, future-focused training in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas, ensuring ourstudents can reach their full potential. Since establishing in 1971, we’ve taught over one million students in more than 80 industry areas. Withspecialist, purpose-built facilities, high-quality in-person and online delivery, and educators who are experts intheir industries, TAFE SA is at the forefront of building a resilient and innovative workforce for South Australia.Why work with us?By working at TAFE SA, you’ll become part of a highly experienced workforce dedicated to transforming livesthrough education. Collaborating closely with industries and communities across our state, we deliverinnovative education and skills training to meet South Australia's evolving economic and cultural needs. TAFE SA values excellence in all aspects of our operations, from our dynamic workplaces to the responsive,relevant, and future-focused training opportunities we deliver across South Australia. By working with us, you’llhave the opportunity to advance your career in a safe and inclusive working environment, participate in acollaborative and transparent Organisational culture, and play a meaningful role in delivering successful careeroutcomes for students across South Australia.The roleThe TAFE SA Procurement and Contracts management team is on a journey...This re-energized team come from diverse industry backgrounds and display a genuine openness to freshideas and contemporary practices in procurement and contracts management. They are seeking an outcomedriven contracts professional, who can lead, negotiate, and deliver strategic improvements to the contractsmanagement function that ultimately delivers value to TAFE SAThis role is a unique opportunity to work on delivering key projects and driving TAFE SA forward in theirstrategic plan. With a growth mindset, you will contribute to real change within the community and join a teamfocused on building positive relationships and empowering their people. You will work with a supportivemanager and enjoy career development opportunities and successes across the short, medium, and longterm.Your new role will involve:● Managing the end to end (source to contract) activities of assigned procurement projects to delivermaximum value● Undertaking market research to determine industry conditions, trends, opportunities and competition● Apply risk management principles to procurement projects to identify and mitigate risks● Maintain quality supplier relationships, assisting existing panel and new suppliers to work with theTAFE SA to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes● Encouraging best practice sourcing and providing advice to staff on policy, procedures, andprocurement process/tools● Driving the internal brand of procurement within TAFE SA, working collaboratively with yourstakeholders to support outcomesWhat you will get in return:● You will work with an experienced manager, who is invested in your development● Further study support is available, including study leave● You will have flexibility to work from multiple sites, including the Regency Park campus, the citycampus, and work from home● The procurement and contracts management team are varied in their experience and tenure at TAFESA - you will work alongside recent joiners, and long-tenured staff, who come from a diverse industrybackgrounds, such as state and local government, energy, Defence and manufacturing● You will gain exposure to varied and interesting sourcing activities, across many categories includingICT, FM and servicesWhat you will need to apply:● Experience in procurement within a medium to large complex organisation within private or publicsector● Qualifications in procurement, supply chain, law or business beneficial● You will display proactive problem solving abilities, and a continuous improvement mindset● You will be a community minded individual, passionate about ensuring the delivery quality educationfor TAFE SA students● Demonstrated relationship building skills● Applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate and relevant Employment ScreeningAssessments required for this role, including a Working With Children CheckRandstad is exclusively managing candidate applications for this position. For more information or to obtain acopy of the position description, please contact Randstad’s procurement, contracts and supply chainspecialists, Rachel Homer or Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 or email tafesa@randstad.com.au. To applyplease submit a copy of your CV and cover letter via “apply now.”Applications close Friday 8th July.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Reporting to the Mine Manager the Health & Safety Advisor will oversee mining activities and will provide Health & Safety leadership and support within the business and to site contractors.In this role you will:Provide Health & Safety leadership to mitigate the occurrence of potentially serious events and achieve H&S objectives across the siteProactively utilise the Health and Safety Management Systems and Safety and Principle Hazard StandardsImplement an Audit and Compliance Program that supports health and safety best practice and legislative requirementsIdentify, collate, analyse and report on health and safety data trends for the siteProvide specialist health and safety advice and support to Mining Manager, Mining Superintendent, and other staff to assist with risk management and decision makingSupervise and manage emergency service contractors on siteMentor company employees & contractors in developing health and safety knowledge and cultureWork as part of the site management team to assist in achieving site goals, objectives and targets About you:Essential:Tertiary qualifications in Work Health and Safety (WHS)Demonstrated experience in the mining or resources industriesCertificate IV Training and AssessmentICAM facilitators trainingOHS Management Systems AuditingSenior First AidInjury Management Coordination training/experienceDesirable:Tertiary qualification in Risk ManagementLead Auditor in Integrated Management SystemsCert III in Mines RescueThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering growth and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the CompanyBased in Perth WA, our client is an Australian privately owned mining company with multiple hard rock assets in Northern South Australia. Reporting to the Mine Manager the Health & Safety Advisor will oversee mining activities and will provide Health & Safety leadership and support within the business and to site contractors.In this role you will:Provide Health & Safety leadership to mitigate the occurrence of potentially serious events and achieve H&S objectives across the siteProactively utilise the Health and Safety Management Systems and Safety and Principle Hazard StandardsImplement an Audit and Compliance Program that supports health and safety best practice and legislative requirementsIdentify, collate, analyse and report on health and safety data trends for the siteProvide specialist health and safety advice and support to Mining Manager, Mining Superintendent, and other staff to assist with risk management and decision makingSupervise and manage emergency service contractors on siteMentor company employees & contractors in developing health and safety knowledge and cultureWork as part of the site management team to assist in achieving site goals, objectives and targets About you:Essential:Tertiary qualifications in Work Health and Safety (WHS)Demonstrated experience in the mining or resources industriesCertificate IV Training and AssessmentICAM facilitators trainingOHS Management Systems AuditingSenior First AidInjury Management Coordination training/experienceDesirable:Tertiary qualification in Risk ManagementLead Auditor in Integrated Management SystemsCert III in Mines RescueThis position will commence immediately and excellent rates are on offer. Join a growing mining company offering growth and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Jono Sawers, mining specialist from Randstad on 08 8150 7005.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      Responsibilities Lead and strategically manage the development and delivery of critical project business analysis functions and process in alignment with the project vision, including the planning, development, direction and evaluation of a structured business analysis methodology and detailed specification that ensures traceability between business processes Lead in a multi disciplinary team of internal and external business analysts and subject matter experts Determine business process analysis goals and priorities and develop a set of actionable and target plans and strategies Reporting to key stakeholders which ensure the critical identification and management of potential issues and risks Lead and support business units, systems users and key stakeholders through all phases of solution and development and implementation including delivering training and development needs, the delivery of training programs and determining ongoing support plans Required: National Police Check Covid 19 vaccination and BoosterWorking with children checkExperience with articulating technical data and writing reports to share with stakeholders Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Responsibilities Lead and strategically manage the development and delivery of critical project business analysis functions and process in alignment with the project vision, including the planning, development, direction and evaluation of a structured business analysis methodology and detailed specification that ensures traceability between business processes Lead in a multi disciplinary team of internal and external business analysts and subject matter experts Determine business process analysis goals and priorities and develop a set of actionable and target plans and strategies Reporting to key stakeholders which ensure the critical identification and management of potential issues and risks Lead and support business units, systems users and key stakeholders through all phases of solution and development and implementation including delivering training and development needs, the delivery of training programs and determining ongoing support plans Required: National Police Check Covid 19 vaccination and BoosterWorking with children checkExperience with articulating technical data and writing reports to share with stakeholders Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$79,000 - AU$88,000, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple Operation Support Coordinators to work within a busy Government Agency in a non ongoing contract. This will require a high level of administrative skills, high attention to detail, the ability to work in a time pressure environment and be agile in a changing environment. $79,000 - $88,000 per annum + SuperannuationFull Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayWorking remotely - Training and laptop will be providedAbout the roleWe are currently seeking multiple Operation Support Coordinators - in this role, you will be required to:Access a surge workforceHighly specialised clinical supportCoordination of in-reach pathology testing and outreaching testingUrgent PPE supply andDevelop reporting templates and maintaining IT systems and supporting ongoing trainingSkills and ExperienceStrong knowledge of aged care or the ability to acquire this quickly,High level of written and analytical skillsAbility to make informed judgements and decisionsCritical thinking and problem solvingPrioritisation, organisation and time managementExceptional report writing skills Competent in Microsoft Word and ExcelStrong communication skills and resilience, including communicating effectively with stakeholders in challenging circumstances.Ability to effectively manage complex and competing priorities.BenefitsWork in a supportive and inclusive environmentAbove average hourly remunerationDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppPlus moreHow to applyClick APPLY or contact Dalena Tran on dalena.tran@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple Operation Support Coordinators to work within a busy Government Agency in a non ongoing contract. This will require a high level of administrative skills, high attention to detail, the ability to work in a time pressure environment and be agile in a changing environment. $79,000 - $88,000 per annum + SuperannuationFull Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridayWorking remotely - Training and laptop will be providedAbout the roleWe are currently seeking multiple Operation Support Coordinators - in this role, you will be required to:Access a surge workforceHighly specialised clinical supportCoordination of in-reach pathology testing and outreaching testingUrgent PPE supply andDevelop reporting templates and maintaining IT systems and supporting ongoing trainingSkills and ExperienceStrong knowledge of aged care or the ability to acquire this quickly,High level of written and analytical skillsAbility to make informed judgements and decisionsCritical thinking and problem solvingPrioritisation, organisation and time managementExceptional report writing skills Competent in Microsoft Word and ExcelStrong communication skills and resilience, including communicating effectively with stakeholders in challenging circumstances.Ability to effectively manage complex and competing priorities.BenefitsWork in a supportive and inclusive environmentAbove average hourly remunerationDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppPlus moreHow to applyClick APPLY or contact Dalena Tran on dalena.tran@randstad.com.au for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$85,000 per year
      • full-time
      Your New CompanyLocated in the heart of the CBD, this is one of Australia’s largest banks. This organisation is celebrated for the level of support it provides their employees; their impact and safekeeping of the wider community, along with their dedication to helping customers and the community meet their goals. They are passionate about diversity and truly believe in putting people’s needs first every time. Your New Role You will be a passionate and motivated “people” person, who loves what you do! You’ll enjoy getting into the details, problem solving and provide a high quality service to those you are assisting. You will be able to work autonomously to help support customers by building strategies and implementing them across the customer base to assist with identifying and protecting them from fraud detection. In this role you will be able to think outside the box, whilst being adept in line with the bank’s policies and procedures. Key ResponsibilitiesMix of calls, data analysis and follow up within set timeframesAccurate data entry, ensuring policies and guidelines are followedNegotiating, problem solving and dealing with complex enquiries & complaintsAssisting customers every step of the way and ensuring their needs are metWhat you will bring to the teamExceptional customer service skills, with a customer centric mindsetExcellent communication skills, written and verbalAbility to build rapport and create sustainable relationships with our customers and stakeholdersAnalytical mindset & high attention to detailAbility to work with technology across multiple platformsBanking experience is desirable but not essential Benefits for you Opportunity to gain a permanent full-time role within one Australia’s largest banking institutesIndustry leading induction training with continued support from outstanding leadersExcellent work life balance and an ongoing hybrid working model supported (2 days WFH following training)Clear development pathway and growth opportunities, with large focus on internal promotionWellness facilities and programs for both yourself and your familyThese are full time permanent positions and the hours of work can be between Monday - Sunday on a rotating roster between the hours of 7am to 11:30pm. Rosters will be provided on a monthly basis so you can plan your commitments in advance. If you’re ready to expand your career and join a highly reputable company, attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah Jane Turner and Tejal Chhanabhai. click APPLY NOW, Successful candidates will need to undertake background checks including criminal and financial.Applicants must be Australian/New Zealand citizens or Permanent Residents to be considered.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 CompanyLocated in the heart of the CBD, this is one of Australia’s largest banks. This organisation is celebrated for the level of support it provides their employees; their impact and safekeeping of the wider community, along with their dedication to helping customers and the community meet their goals. They are passionate about diversity and truly believe in putting people’s needs first every time. Your New Role You will be a passionate and motivated “people” person, who loves what you do! You’ll enjoy getting into the details, problem solving and provide a high quality service to those you are assisting. You will be able to work autonomously to help support customers by building strategies and implementing them across the customer base to assist with identifying and protecting them from fraud detection. In this role you will be able to think outside the box, whilst being adept in line with the bank’s policies and procedures. Key ResponsibilitiesMix of calls, data analysis and follow up within set timeframesAccurate data entry, ensuring policies and guidelines are followedNegotiating, problem solving and dealing with complex enquiries & complaintsAssisting customers every step of the way and ensuring their needs are metWhat you will bring to the teamExceptional customer service skills, with a customer centric mindsetExcellent communication skills, written and verbalAbility to build rapport and create sustainable relationships with our customers and stakeholdersAnalytical mindset & high attention to detailAbility to work with technology across multiple platformsBanking experience is desirable but not essential Benefits for you Opportunity to gain a permanent full-time role within one Australia’s largest banking institutesIndustry leading induction training with continued support from outstanding leadersExcellent work life balance and an ongoing hybrid working model supported (2 days WFH following training)Clear development pathway and growth opportunities, with large focus on internal promotionWellness facilities and programs for both yourself and your familyThese are full time permanent positions and the hours of work can be between Monday - Sunday on a rotating roster between the hours of 7am to 11:30pm. Rosters will be provided on a monthly basis so you can plan your commitments in advance. If you’re ready to expand your career and join a highly reputable company, attention your CV in MS Word format to Sarah Jane Turner and Tejal Chhanabhai. click APPLY NOW, Successful candidates will need to undertake background checks including criminal and financial.Applicants must be Australian/New Zealand citizens or Permanent Residents to be considered.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      As a Data Analyst, you will:Provide leadership in the delivery of analytical and reporting projects, working independently orunder limited guidance. Resolve complex or difficult project issues with the support of a team leader.Provide leadership to ensure the project’s agreed objectives are met, standards, timelines and stakeholder expectations are delivered upon.Provide line management supervision and leadership to staff including coaching and mentoring to staff.Provide advice and expertise in areas specific to project management and delivery.Undertake risk management, program assurance activities or administrative reviews of documentation prepared by staff of lower classification.Oversee Branch project delivery and maintenance of program and project documentationCommittee secretariat and administrative responsibilitiesDraft written material and briefings for the executiveDeliver technical training and coordinate support to teams across the Contact Centres Branch.CapabilitiesExperience with analytics tools (such as SQL, PowerBI, Data Warehouse, Qlik, Microsoft Excel and other database systems, etc.).Ability to analyse data to draw meaningful conclusions. Excellent attention to detail and ability to identify data anomalies and trends.Strong stakeholder management skills and the ability to maintain good working relationships.Leadership capability in setting direction, prioritising and nurturing a positive team culture.Demonstrated written and verbal communication skillsKnowledge of data management within Dynamics 365 CRM and Genesys Telephony is also desirable.Initiative, flexibility and resilience. Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At 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 a Data Analyst, you will:Provide leadership in the delivery of analytical and reporting projects, working independently orunder limited guidance. Resolve complex or difficult project issues with the support of a team leader.Provide leadership to ensure the project’s agreed objectives are met, standards, timelines and stakeholder expectations are delivered upon.Provide line management supervision and leadership to staff including coaching and mentoring to staff.Provide advice and expertise in areas specific to project management and delivery.Undertake risk management, program assurance activities or administrative reviews of documentation prepared by staff of lower classification.Oversee Branch project delivery and maintenance of program and project documentationCommittee secretariat and administrative responsibilitiesDraft written material and briefings for the executiveDeliver technical training and coordinate support to teams across the Contact Centres Branch.CapabilitiesExperience with analytics tools (such as SQL, PowerBI, Data Warehouse, Qlik, Microsoft Excel and other database systems, etc.).Ability to analyse data to draw meaningful conclusions. Excellent attention to detail and ability to identify data anomalies and trends.Strong stakeholder management skills and the ability to maintain good working relationships.Leadership capability in setting direction, prioritising and nurturing a positive team culture.Demonstrated written and verbal communication skillsKnowledge of data management within Dynamics 365 CRM and Genesys Telephony is also desirable.Initiative, flexibility and resilience. Please read the attached position description and if this sounds like a career for you we would encourage you to apply by attaching a cover letter & resume, outlining how you meet the essential requirements of the role. If you have any questions please contact via email on jeremy.zozuk@randstad.com.au or call 08 8468 8043At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$30.00 - AU$35.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad are currently partnering with a well known State Government department based in Adelaide. This opportunity is available immediately for customer service focused individuals with high attention to detail! The ideal candidate is eager to learn and can utilise their previous skills and experience to hit the ground running. A step into the financial sector for individuals who are eager to learn and develop their skills!About the roleWe are seeking individuals with an interest in the financial sector that have excellent customer service skills, who are confident in data entry and are looking for a foot in the door within the Government sector! The successful candidates will be undertaking the following duties on a day to day basis Financial data entryProcessing payroll, invoices and accountsAccounts payable and receivableTaking a high volume of enquiries from vendors and members of the government over the phone and through email in a professional mannerInvestigating overdue invoices and resolving account queries General administrative duties Use of Excel spreadsheets and formulasResolving customer enquiries in relation to their accountsSkills and ExperienceOn the job training and development Willingness to learn Excellent attention to detailGreat customer service skillsCall centre experience will be highly regardedMust have a current National Police Clearance Graduates encouraged to applyBenefitsPositive workplace culture Great hourly remuneration on offerThe opportunity to develop new skills and build your exposure within a prominent State Government Department. Join Randstad’s community of casuals for Business Support roles across various SA government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team are genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to applyClick APPLY or contact Elena Zehle (elena.zehle@randstad.com.au) for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are currently partnering with a well known State Government department based in Adelaide. This opportunity is available immediately for customer service focused individuals with high attention to detail! The ideal candidate is eager to learn and can utilise their previous skills and experience to hit the ground running. A step into the financial sector for individuals who are eager to learn and develop their skills!About the roleWe are seeking individuals with an interest in the financial sector that have excellent customer service skills, who are confident in data entry and are looking for a foot in the door within the Government sector! The successful candidates will be undertaking the following duties on a day to day basis Financial data entryProcessing payroll, invoices and accountsAccounts payable and receivableTaking a high volume of enquiries from vendors and members of the government over the phone and through email in a professional mannerInvestigating overdue invoices and resolving account queries General administrative duties Use of Excel spreadsheets and formulasResolving customer enquiries in relation to their accountsSkills and ExperienceOn the job training and development Willingness to learn Excellent attention to detailGreat customer service skillsCall centre experience will be highly regardedMust have a current National Police Clearance Graduates encouraged to applyBenefitsPositive workplace culture Great hourly remuneration on offerThe opportunity to develop new skills and build your exposure within a prominent State Government Department. Join Randstad’s community of casuals for Business Support roles across various SA government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team are genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to applyClick APPLY or contact Elena Zehle (elena.zehle@randstad.com.au) for a confidential discussion.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is working exclusively with a growing Australian business. This key supplier to the water treatment industry provides high quality products and have become internationally recognised leaders in their field. It is their commitment to quality, service, and best practice that allows them to demonstrate stable growth and increased demand, outgrowing and outperforming their competitors. The team are genuinely friendly and warm, and enjoy work life balance with a supportive employer. If you are an experienced logistics candidate, who prides themselves on ensuring all shipments are delivered cost effectively and on time, this is a great opportunity. Working in the supply chain team, and reporting to the Purchasing Manager, your role will involve:Arranging and Coordination of international shipments across all global suppliersLiaising with freight forwarders to obtain freight quotes and negotiate shipment costingMaintain superior relationships with suppliers, freight forwarders & transport companies to ensure timely deliveryCollaboration with your colleagues in supply chain and sales department, to ensure customer delivery expectations are metManage day to day administrative tasks such as following up quotes, processing invoices, receipting of goods inwards, updating documentation and updating inventory management systemAssisting with Purchasing of finished goods from international suppliers, raising POs, and ensuring adherence to SLAsTo apply for this role, you will ideally have the following:Minimum 2 years' experience in an international logistics roleStrong communication skills, to provide the best outcome and on time delivery of goods inwardsAbility to build strong relationships with suppliers, freight companies and colleaguesUnderstanding of freight forwarding and INCO termsIntermediate knowledge of Excel and fast and accurate data entry skillsPurchasing experience not required, however an understanding of purchasing and inventory management will be beneficialWhat you will get in return:This is a permanent part time position of approx 30 hours per week which can be offered as a 0.9FTE or school hours over 5 days. If you wish to increase your hours to full time in future you will have the opportunity to do so. The role will involve some wider supply chain functions, however experience in this area is not essential and you will be given the tools and training to do your job well, so it is an excellent opportunity to learn and diversify your experience. Join a stable team, experience team members and a business that is the leaders in the market. Shortlisted candidates will be provided with full position description and remuneration details. To apply please click Apply Now or contact Randstad’s Supply Chain specialists, Rachel Homer & Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 for more information.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is working exclusively with a growing Australian business. This key supplier to the water treatment industry provides high quality products and have become internationally recognised leaders in their field. It is their commitment to quality, service, and best practice that allows them to demonstrate stable growth and increased demand, outgrowing and outperforming their competitors. The team are genuinely friendly and warm, and enjoy work life balance with a supportive employer. If you are an experienced logistics candidate, who prides themselves on ensuring all shipments are delivered cost effectively and on time, this is a great opportunity. Working in the supply chain team, and reporting to the Purchasing Manager, your role will involve:Arranging and Coordination of international shipments across all global suppliersLiaising with freight forwarders to obtain freight quotes and negotiate shipment costingMaintain superior relationships with suppliers, freight forwarders & transport companies to ensure timely deliveryCollaboration with your colleagues in supply chain and sales department, to ensure customer delivery expectations are metManage day to day administrative tasks such as following up quotes, processing invoices, receipting of goods inwards, updating documentation and updating inventory management systemAssisting with Purchasing of finished goods from international suppliers, raising POs, and ensuring adherence to SLAsTo apply for this role, you will ideally have the following:Minimum 2 years' experience in an international logistics roleStrong communication skills, to provide the best outcome and on time delivery of goods inwardsAbility to build strong relationships with suppliers, freight companies and colleaguesUnderstanding of freight forwarding and INCO termsIntermediate knowledge of Excel and fast and accurate data entry skillsPurchasing experience not required, however an understanding of purchasing and inventory management will be beneficialWhat you will get in return:This is a permanent part time position of approx 30 hours per week which can be offered as a 0.9FTE or school hours over 5 days. If you wish to increase your hours to full time in future you will have the opportunity to do so. The role will involve some wider supply chain functions, however experience in this area is not essential and you will be given the tools and training to do your job well, so it is an excellent opportunity to learn and diversify your experience. Join a stable team, experience team members and a business that is the leaders in the market. Shortlisted candidates will be provided with full position description and remuneration details. To apply please click Apply Now or contact Randstad’s Supply Chain specialists, Rachel Homer & Brooke Hodgson on 8150 7028 for more information.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$65,000 per year
      • full-time
      Exceptional working environment Excellent Career Prospects Full time permanent positionOpportunity: A fantastic opportunity has become available for an experienced Accounts Officer to join a warm and friendly team and company who value inclusive company culture and best practice solutions.Duties & Responsibilities: Processing accounts payable and receivable invoices for multiple productsDaily bankingAccounts receivable supportAccounts payable backupBack up to other administrative tasks within the teamThe following criteria will help you stand out: Previous experience within an accounts roleExposure to Tencia General Ledger system is advantageousGood knowledge of Microsoft Suite Well presented Clear communication Friendly and positive attitude Company Benefits:On-the-job trainingCareer opportunitiesLeisure leave daysPaid volunteer leaveApplications: Please send your CV in word format including a personal summary paragraph to Bridie Taglienti. For further enquiries please call 8468 8001. Background checks are required for this position.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.
      Exceptional working environment Excellent Career Prospects Full time permanent positionOpportunity: A fantastic opportunity has become available for an experienced Accounts Officer to join a warm and friendly team and company who value inclusive company culture and best practice solutions.Duties & Responsibilities: Processing accounts payable and receivable invoices for multiple productsDaily bankingAccounts receivable supportAccounts payable backupBack up to other administrative tasks within the teamThe following criteria will help you stand out: Previous experience within an accounts roleExposure to Tencia General Ledger system is advantageousGood knowledge of Microsoft Suite Well presented Clear communication Friendly and positive attitude Company Benefits:On-the-job trainingCareer opportunitiesLeisure leave daysPaid volunteer leaveApplications: Please send your CV in word format including a personal summary paragraph to Bridie Taglienti. For further enquiries please call 8468 8001. Background checks are required for this position.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Join the corporate Media Monitoring Services team within a highly reputable Government Department as their Audio Typist in a full time ongoing role!In this fast paced and varied role, you will listen to audio recordings, strictly adhering to style guides, and produce accurate transcripts. Each day you will encounter new and diverse content and have opportunities to apply and expand your general knowledge, when monitoring radio and television broadcasts to identify and transcribe political and government management issues of interest.This Government Department is responsible for providing a specialist electronic media monitoring service for the Premier, Government Ministers, and all other members of Parliament and ministerial staff. Responsibilities of the role includeUndertaking high volumes of audio word processing while transcribing radio and television broadcasts.Be able to identify political and government management issues within radio news, talkback programs, television news and current affairs broadcasts.Able to maintain accuracy while working to deadlines.Must be able to participate in a rotating shift roster 7am-7pm, Monday to Friday covering live broadcast monitoring.Induction and training is provided, but applicants must be capable of quickly picking up and running with the duties of this position. Skills and ExperienceFast and accurate typing speed of 70 wpm - proof of typing speed will be requiredOutstanding literacy skills, including comprehension, spelling and grammarAble to consistently follow formatting and/or style guidelinesExcellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise workloadsAbility to work autonomously as well as in a team environmentThe ability to concentrate for long periods of timeNational Police Clearance will be required. BenefitsSecure your career within Government with this Ongoing, Full Time opportunityASO4 Salary ($76,571) + SuperannuationExcellent work life balance with flexible start and finish timesGreat team environment Candidates without the experience in media transcription, who meet the above criteria, are capable, enthusiastic, and quick to learn are encouraged to apply. Next stepsAll applications must be submitted online via the apply link. For any confidential enquiries, please contact Juliana Ridieri at juliana.ridieri@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.
      Join the corporate Media Monitoring Services team within a highly reputable Government Department as their Audio Typist in a full time ongoing role!In this fast paced and varied role, you will listen to audio recordings, strictly adhering to style guides, and produce accurate transcripts. Each day you will encounter new and diverse content and have opportunities to apply and expand your general knowledge, when monitoring radio and television broadcasts to identify and transcribe political and government management issues of interest.This Government Department is responsible for providing a specialist electronic media monitoring service for the Premier, Government Ministers, and all other members of Parliament and ministerial staff. Responsibilities of the role includeUndertaking high volumes of audio word processing while transcribing radio and television broadcasts.Be able to identify political and government management issues within radio news, talkback programs, television news and current affairs broadcasts.Able to maintain accuracy while working to deadlines.Must be able to participate in a rotating shift roster 7am-7pm, Monday to Friday covering live broadcast monitoring.Induction and training is provided, but applicants must be capable of quickly picking up and running with the duties of this position. Skills and ExperienceFast and accurate typing speed of 70 wpm - proof of typing speed will be requiredOutstanding literacy skills, including comprehension, spelling and grammarAble to consistently follow formatting and/or style guidelinesExcellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise workloadsAbility to work autonomously as well as in a team environmentThe ability to concentrate for long periods of timeNational Police Clearance will be required. BenefitsSecure your career within Government with this Ongoing, Full Time opportunityASO4 Salary ($76,571) + SuperannuationExcellent work life balance with flexible start and finish timesGreat team environment Candidates without the experience in media transcription, who meet the above criteria, are capable, enthusiastic, and quick to learn are encouraged to apply. Next stepsAll applications must be submitted online via the apply link. For any confidential enquiries, please contact Juliana Ridieri at juliana.ridieri@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the company:Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, our client is an international mining company with over 60 years’ experience expertise in exploration, development, mining, processing, marketing and rehabilitation. Their portfolio includes projects in Australia, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka; and has a globally integrated marketing and distribution network.About the role:Reporting to and supporting the Operations Manager and mentoring advisors, the Health & Safety Superintendent is accountable for managing health and safety for our client’s mining operation. A key focus of the role will be driving continuous improvement, delivering strategies, managing governance and systems compliance, as well as providing specialist technical H&S advice and support.Key AccountabilitiesManage the site H&S Risk and Compliance RegistersEstablish, lead and monitor safety programs and systems Manage all aspects of occupational health and hygiene management including monitoring and statutory reportingManage the Emergency Response and Site Medic TeamsEnsure H&S management is integrated into site operational planning and decision makingEstablish challenging and achievable performance measures for individuals and teamsProvide direct input into preparation, monitoring and reporting of capital and operating budgets relevant to H&S managementFacilitate and guide incident investigationsContractor H&S guidance and managementDelivery of WHS training Person profileWe are looking for a skilled and personable leader with excellent verbal and written communication, and data management skills. Together with the ability to build, support and maintain positive working relationships with teams and contractors.Essential Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in Health and Safety or equivalent Thorough understanding of the WHS legislation in Australia, in particular mining approvals, legislation and processesKnowledge of investigation techniques such as ICAM and 5-whysMinimum 10 years experience in the Australian mining industryExcellent MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel spreadsheet skillsCurrent C Class driver’s licenseDesired Qualifications:OHS auditingTraining and assessing Paramedical background and experienceSAP and/or Cintellate experienceThis permanent role is offered on an 8/6 FIFO roster ex Adelaide or Ceduna. For further information or to apply, please contact Jono Sawers, mining specialist at Randstad on 08 8150 7005 or send your resume to jonathon.sawers@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the company:Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, our client is an international mining company with over 60 years’ experience expertise in exploration, development, mining, processing, marketing and rehabilitation. Their portfolio includes projects in Australia, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka; and has a globally integrated marketing and distribution network.About the role:Reporting to and supporting the Operations Manager and mentoring advisors, the Health & Safety Superintendent is accountable for managing health and safety for our client’s mining operation. A key focus of the role will be driving continuous improvement, delivering strategies, managing governance and systems compliance, as well as providing specialist technical H&S advice and support.Key AccountabilitiesManage the site H&S Risk and Compliance RegistersEstablish, lead and monitor safety programs and systems Manage all aspects of occupational health and hygiene management including monitoring and statutory reportingManage the Emergency Response and Site Medic TeamsEnsure H&S management is integrated into site operational planning and decision makingEstablish challenging and achievable performance measures for individuals and teamsProvide direct input into preparation, monitoring and reporting of capital and operating budgets relevant to H&S managementFacilitate and guide incident investigationsContractor H&S guidance and managementDelivery of WHS training Person profileWe are looking for a skilled and personable leader with excellent verbal and written communication, and data management skills. Together with the ability to build, support and maintain positive working relationships with teams and contractors.Essential Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in Health and Safety or equivalent Thorough understanding of the WHS legislation in Australia, in particular mining approvals, legislation and processesKnowledge of investigation techniques such as ICAM and 5-whysMinimum 10 years experience in the Australian mining industryExcellent MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel spreadsheet skillsCurrent C Class driver’s licenseDesired Qualifications:OHS auditingTraining and assessing Paramedical background and experienceSAP and/or Cintellate experienceThis permanent role is offered on an 8/6 FIFO roster ex Adelaide or Ceduna. For further information or to apply, please contact Jono Sawers, mining specialist at Randstad on 08 8150 7005 or send your resume to jonathon.sawers@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      My IT client based in Kent Town has an exciting permanent full-time opportunity for an experienced and confident Office Administrator. For the successful candidate, this position has flexible working hours and the opportunity to make the role their own. Ideally you will have over 2 years administration experience and the ability to work well autonomously as well as part of a team in this fast paced role. A Criminal History Check will be required prior to starting this position. Your Responsibilities include:Raising Purchase Orders, cost coding, customer invoicing; coding of expense claims and simple reconciliationsMaintaining facilities management of all office functions and services, including vendor contracts and relationsBeing the point of contact between the company, staff, and office building management, providing information, answering enquiries, and responding to requests in a timely mannerManaging the purchasing of office supplies including stationary, equipment and scheduling maintenanceAdministering contracts for office services including, cleaning contracts, building leases, telephone and office equipment servicing and leasingCovering reception duties, shared mailbox monitoring, answering the telephone and incoming & outgoing mail/packagesArranging and booking training courses and other office functionsAssisting with the coordination and booking of business travel, arranging visa requirements, and mobilising site visitsAssisting with monthly cycle counts and annual stocktake activitiesAssisting with documenting procedures and process improvement intiativesProviding Back up cover when the Project Administrator is on leaveAd hoc administrative tasks as required.Ideally You Will Have:A helpful can-do attitude Great initiativeGreat IT skills, able to adapt and work across a few systems- experience with SAGE 300, MYOB or Oracle would be highly regardedHigh attention to detailStrong time-management skills and multitasking abilityConfident communication and interpersonal abilitiesThe ability to clear a Criminal history CheckThe ability to adapt to changing situations in a calm and professional manner.If you meet the requirements of this role along with the necessary experience, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. I look forward to seeing your application, please note, only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      My IT client based in Kent Town has an exciting permanent full-time opportunity for an experienced and confident Office Administrator. For the successful candidate, this position has flexible working hours and the opportunity to make the role their own. Ideally you will have over 2 years administration experience and the ability to work well autonomously as well as part of a team in this fast paced role. A Criminal History Check will be required prior to starting this position. Your Responsibilities include:Raising Purchase Orders, cost coding, customer invoicing; coding of expense claims and simple reconciliationsMaintaining facilities management of all office functions and services, including vendor contracts and relationsBeing the point of contact between the company, staff, and office building management, providing information, answering enquiries, and responding to requests in a timely mannerManaging the purchasing of office supplies including stationary, equipment and scheduling maintenanceAdministering contracts for office services including, cleaning contracts, building leases, telephone and office equipment servicing and leasingCovering reception duties, shared mailbox monitoring, answering the telephone and incoming & outgoing mail/packagesArranging and booking training courses and other office functionsAssisting with the coordination and booking of business travel, arranging visa requirements, and mobilising site visitsAssisting with monthly cycle counts and annual stocktake activitiesAssisting with documenting procedures and process improvement intiativesProviding Back up cover when the Project Administrator is on leaveAd hoc administrative tasks as required.Ideally You Will Have:A helpful can-do attitude Great initiativeGreat IT skills, able to adapt and work across a few systems- experience with SAGE 300, MYOB or Oracle would be highly regardedHigh attention to detailStrong time-management skills and multitasking abilityConfident communication and interpersonal abilitiesThe ability to clear a Criminal history CheckThe ability to adapt to changing situations in a calm and professional manner.If you meet the requirements of this role along with the necessary experience, please apply online with your updated CV. For further enquiries, please call Kammy Lee on 8468 8035 or email kammy.lee@randstad.com.au. I look forward to seeing your application, please note, only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$27.35 - AU$34.19, per hour, supportive working environment
      • part-time
      About the positionsWe have multiple Process Worker opportunities based at the Marleston site for this highly regarded company. You may be required to work on the production lines and work in cleaning areas. There are various positions available based on knowledge, skills and experience.Candidates will be provided with appropriate training to enable them to build the skills required for the roles undertaken.All employees have access to the canteen, on-site car parking, Arnott’s discount biscuit shop, and social club.Essential requirementsAn understanding of team, safety, and quality operating principlesEffective communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to work as part of a teamStrong performance and attendance historyWork well under pressure in a fast-paced environmentValid license and transportFlexibility with shift workAvailable for on call workHigh levels of energy and enthusiasm for learning new skillsEligible to work in AustraliaDesirable requirementsProduction experiencePrevious machine operating experience in a similar industry Ability to work any shift timeTo apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment process. Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.About The Arnott’s GroupThe Arnott’s Group, we are an iconic Australian powerhouse brand recognised as pioneers in the FMCG market both locally and globally, undergoing a period of extensive brand growth and strategic evolution, this is an exciting time to help own and shape our iconic legacy.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the positionsWe have multiple Process Worker opportunities based at the Marleston site for this highly regarded company. You may be required to work on the production lines and work in cleaning areas. There are various positions available based on knowledge, skills and experience.Candidates will be provided with appropriate training to enable them to build the skills required for the roles undertaken.All employees have access to the canteen, on-site car parking, Arnott’s discount biscuit shop, and social club.Essential requirementsAn understanding of team, safety, and quality operating principlesEffective communication skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to work as part of a teamStrong performance and attendance historyWork well under pressure in a fast-paced environmentValid license and transportFlexibility with shift workAvailable for on call workHigh levels of energy and enthusiasm for learning new skillsEligible to work in AustraliaDesirable requirementsProduction experiencePrevious machine operating experience in a similar industry Ability to work any shift timeTo apply for these positions, please click the Apply Button. One of our consultants will be in contact with successful candidates to discuss the next stage of our recruitment process. Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.About The Arnott’s GroupThe Arnott’s Group, we are an iconic Australian powerhouse brand recognised as pioneers in the FMCG market both locally and globally, undergoing a period of extensive brand growth and strategic evolution, this is an exciting time to help own and shape our iconic legacy.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$33 - AU$46, per year, Super + Benefits
      • full-time
      About the CentreAt this centre you will experience a world where children are inspired to explore, learn and grow. The spacious outdoor environment includes sandpits, cubby house, vegetable garden, water play area and obstacle courses to engage all the senses. At capacity the centre caters for 75 places and there are specialised programs on offer including bush kinder, yoga and cooking classes. Operating hours are 6:30am-6:30pm. If successful you will work in the Kindy room (ages 3-5).BenefitsAttractive wages, above the awardDiscounted care for yourself or a family memberExclusive employee discounts on retailersNutritional coaching Strong leadership & growth opportunities About YouStrong understanding of EYLF & NQSAbility to work autonomously & in a teamShare a passion & commitment to inspiring children to reach their full potential Understanding of play-based learning approach (desirable) Previous experience as an Early Childhood Teacher (desirable) Successful Applicants must holdAn ACECQA approved Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood)Current Working with Children CheckTeacher’s RegistrationAll candidates require an Australian work visaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this Early Childhood Teacher opportunity, please select "Apply Now".For more information contact Lili Koopman on 08 8468 8027 or lili.koopman@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the CentreAt this centre you will experience a world where children are inspired to explore, learn and grow. The spacious outdoor environment includes sandpits, cubby house, vegetable garden, water play area and obstacle courses to engage all the senses. At capacity the centre caters for 75 places and there are specialised programs on offer including bush kinder, yoga and cooking classes. Operating hours are 6:30am-6:30pm. If successful you will work in the Kindy room (ages 3-5).BenefitsAttractive wages, above the awardDiscounted care for yourself or a family memberExclusive employee discounts on retailersNutritional coaching Strong leadership & growth opportunities About YouStrong understanding of EYLF & NQSAbility to work autonomously & in a teamShare a passion & commitment to inspiring children to reach their full potential Understanding of play-based learning approach (desirable) Previous experience as an Early Childhood Teacher (desirable) Successful Applicants must holdAn ACECQA approved Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood)Current Working with Children CheckTeacher’s RegistrationAll candidates require an Australian work visaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this Early Childhood Teacher opportunity, please select "Apply Now".For more information contact Lili Koopman on 08 8468 8027 or lili.koopman@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$33 - AU$46, per year, Super + Benefits
      • full-time
      About the CentreAt this centre you will experience a world where children are inspired to explore, learn and grow. The spacious outdoor environment includes sandpits, cubby house, vegetable garden, water play area and obstacle courses to engage all the senses. At capacity the centre caters for 75 places and there are specialised programs on offer including bush kinder, yoga and cooking classes. Operating hours are 6:30am-6:30pm. If successful you will work in the Kindy room (ages 3-5).BenefitsAttractive wages, above the awardDiscounted care for yourself or a family memberExclusive employee discounts on retailersNutritional coaching Strong leadership & growth opportunities About YouStrong understanding of EYLF & NQSAbility to work autonomously & in a teamShare a passion & commitment to inspiring children to reach their full potential Understanding of play-based learning approach (desirable) Previous experience as an Early Childhood Teacher (desirable) Successful Applicants must holdAn ACECQA approved Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood)Current Working with Children CheckTeacher’s RegistrationAll candidates require an Australian work visaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this Early Childhood Teacher opportunity, please select "Apply Now".For more information contact Lili Koopman on 08 8468 8027 or lili.koopman@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the CentreAt this centre you will experience a world where children are inspired to explore, learn and grow. The spacious outdoor environment includes sandpits, cubby house, vegetable garden, water play area and obstacle courses to engage all the senses. At capacity the centre caters for 75 places and there are specialised programs on offer including bush kinder, yoga and cooking classes. Operating hours are 6:30am-6:30pm. If successful you will work in the Kindy room (ages 3-5).BenefitsAttractive wages, above the awardDiscounted care for yourself or a family memberExclusive employee discounts on retailersNutritional coaching Strong leadership & growth opportunities About YouStrong understanding of EYLF & NQSAbility to work autonomously & in a teamShare a passion & commitment to inspiring children to reach their full potential Understanding of play-based learning approach (desirable) Previous experience as an Early Childhood Teacher (desirable) Successful Applicants must holdAn ACECQA approved Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood)Current Working with Children CheckTeacher’s RegistrationAll candidates require an Australian work visaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this Early Childhood Teacher opportunity, please select "Apply Now".For more information contact Lili Koopman on 08 8468 8027 or lili.koopman@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$32.77 - AU$45.78, per hour, Super + Benefits
      • full-time
      About the CentreAt this centre you will experience a world where children are inspired to explore, learn and grow. The spacious outdoor environment includes sandpits, cubby house, vegetable garden, water play area and obstacle courses to engage all the senses. At capacity the centre caters for 75 places and there are specialised programs on offer including bush kinder, yoga and cooking classes. Operating hours are 6:30am-6:30pm. If successful you will work in the Kindy room (ages 3-5).BenefitsAttractive wages, above the awardDiscounted care for yourself or a family memberExclusive employee discounts on retailersNutritional coaching Strong leadership & growth opportunities About YouStrong understanding of EYLF & NQSAbility to work autonomously & in a teamShare a passion & commitment to inspiring children to reach their full potential Understanding of play-based learning approach (desirable) Previous experience as an Early Childhood Teacher (desirable) Successful Applicants must holdAn ACECQA approved Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood)Current Working with Children CheckTeacher’s RegistrationAll candidates require an Australian work visaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this Early Childhood Teacher opportunity, please select "Apply Now".For more information contact Lili Koopman on 08 8468 8027 or lili.koopman@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the CentreAt this centre you will experience a world where children are inspired to explore, learn and grow. The spacious outdoor environment includes sandpits, cubby house, vegetable garden, water play area and obstacle courses to engage all the senses. At capacity the centre caters for 75 places and there are specialised programs on offer including bush kinder, yoga and cooking classes. Operating hours are 6:30am-6:30pm. If successful you will work in the Kindy room (ages 3-5).BenefitsAttractive wages, above the awardDiscounted care for yourself or a family memberExclusive employee discounts on retailersNutritional coaching Strong leadership & growth opportunities About YouStrong understanding of EYLF & NQSAbility to work autonomously & in a teamShare a passion & commitment to inspiring children to reach their full potential Understanding of play-based learning approach (desirable) Previous experience as an Early Childhood Teacher (desirable) Successful Applicants must holdAn ACECQA approved Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood)Current Working with Children CheckTeacher’s RegistrationAll candidates require an Australian work visaNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this Early Childhood Teacher opportunity, please select "Apply Now".For more information contact Lili Koopman on 08 8468 8027 or lili.koopman@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.
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