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        • newmarket, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$72,000 - AU$85,000, per year, nfp packaging, iPad, laptop & phone!
        • full-time
        Speech Pathologist - Newmarket Are you looking for a great opportunity to expand your clinical knowledge and skills?! Your new workplace is a small not-for-profit organisation that care about you and your career. This small NDIS provider offers a special level of care, and is a place you would enjoy coming to work every day, About your new workplace:Working with a diverse client group of adults to children and their stakeholders. Providing therapy in a mixture of community and clinic settings. This role will see you working only within a 25km radius of Newmarket and just over 4 hours of clinical work a day. This opportunity will also include: Providing high-quality services working within a small, not for profit organisation that are organically growing Working in brand new clinic rooms, which are currently being built! Use your previous experience to provide dynamic assessments, as well as using a range of tools and approaches provided Ensure therapy is within the requirements of the NDIS Collaborating with other Allied Health Professionals in the organisation to provide quality call all round Deliver therapy that is individually tailored to your clients, with defines outcomes that are centered around their aspirations Consulting through development and delivery by educating clients and their families with relevant information to speech pathologyCollaborate with team members and assist clients and their families to gain maximum benefit from servicesProvide input into the development of practices, procedures, and protocolsBe prepared to continuously develop yourself through developing your professional knowledge and skills About you: Looking for a warm, passionate therapist who wants to make a difference to a diverse range of clients in the community. This organisation offers a flexible range of clinics and community, and this must be something you are comfortable and open to. They will reward you with amazing benefits as well as providing extra support so you can focus on your therapy. You will also need: 2 years experience working with children, young people, or adults with disabilities Proven experience in building relationships with a range of stakeholders and maintaining these positive relationshipsTertiary qualifications in Speech PathologyAbility to work in a team, as well as autonomously and work efficiently in both aspects SPA AccreditationA current Australian driver’s license and reliable own transport Blue Card & NDIS Worker Screening Card Willingness to obtain a police checkFacilitates meaningful outcomes for people with disabilities and their familiesCommitment to person-centered approaches and best practice NDIS and private therapy services Your benefits: $72,000-$85,000 plus super & NFP packagingOwn iPad, laptop, phone & professional development allowance Work from the clinic or in the communityJoin a welcoming organisation, providing special care Being a highly respected member of a successful multi-disciplinary teamOngoing professional development, shadowing, and mentoring Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well being of all the people we provide support and care to including children and vulnerable individuals. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide criminal history checks such as a valid Police Check, and where necessary a valid state-based Working with Children Check and/or a National Police Check which are thoroughly screened. Other necessary screening/proof of registrations will be required depending upon your role type. In some circumstances and International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicants' interactions with individuals under your care using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all relevant checks to ensure the safeguarding of vulnerable people and children who may be in your care.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
        Speech Pathologist - Newmarket Are you looking for a great opportunity to expand your clinical knowledge and skills?! Your new workplace is a small not-for-profit organisation that care about you and your career. This small NDIS provider offers a special level of care, and is a place you would enjoy coming to work every day, About your new workplace:Working with a diverse client group of adults to children and their stakeholders. Providing therapy in a mixture of community and clinic settings. This role will see you working only within a 25km radius of Newmarket and just over 4 hours of clinical work a day. This opportunity will also include: Providing high-quality services working within a small, not for profit organisation that are organically growing Working in brand new clinic rooms, which are currently being built! Use your previous experience to provide dynamic assessments, as well as using a range of tools and approaches provided Ensure therapy is within the requirements of the NDIS Collaborating with other Allied Health Professionals in the organisation to provide quality call all round Deliver therapy that is individually tailored to your clients, with defines outcomes that are centered around their aspirations Consulting through development and delivery by educating clients and their families with relevant information to speech pathologyCollaborate with team members and assist clients and their families to gain maximum benefit from servicesProvide input into the development of practices, procedures, and protocolsBe prepared to continuously develop yourself through developing your professional knowledge and skills About you: Looking for a warm, passionate therapist who wants to make a difference to a diverse range of clients in the community. This organisation offers a flexible range of clinics and community, and this must be something you are comfortable and open to. They will reward you with amazing benefits as well as providing extra support so you can focus on your therapy. You will also need: 2 years experience working with children, young people, or adults with disabilities Proven experience in building relationships with a range of stakeholders and maintaining these positive relationshipsTertiary qualifications in Speech PathologyAbility to work in a team, as well as autonomously and work efficiently in both aspects SPA AccreditationA current Australian driver’s license and reliable own transport Blue Card & NDIS Worker Screening Card Willingness to obtain a police checkFacilitates meaningful outcomes for people with disabilities and their familiesCommitment to person-centered approaches and best practice NDIS and private therapy services Your benefits: $72,000-$85,000 plus super & NFP packagingOwn iPad, laptop, phone & professional development allowance Work from the clinic or in the communityJoin a welcoming organisation, providing special care Being a highly respected member of a successful multi-disciplinary teamOngoing professional development, shadowing, and mentoring Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well being of all the people we provide support and care to including children and vulnerable individuals. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide criminal history checks such as a valid Police Check, and where necessary a valid state-based Working with Children Check and/or a National Police Check which are thoroughly screened. Other necessary screening/proof of registrations will be required depending upon your role type. In some circumstances and International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicants' interactions with individuals under your care using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all relevant checks to ensure the safeguarding of vulnerable people and children who may be in your care.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • $55.95 per hour plus 9.5% superannuation
        • full-time
        Flexible location between Brisbane North, Inner or Gold Coast officeContract position with the view to extendGovernment projects Our Queensland State Government client is seeking a Superintendents Representative to assist with a number of Government projects. The primary purpose of the position is to ensure that both party obligations under the contracts are appropriately fulfilled. The position is responsible for providing contract administration services in accordance with all relevant standards of contract administration and contractual provisions from tender acceptance to final certification on projects as necessary. The role:Provide operational contract supervisory services in respect to construction and engineering contracts on major and complex projects by:Undertaking regular site inspections;Ensuring site meetings are held at regular intervals and conducted in accordance with a standardised procedure;Issuing Variation Orders;Assessing contractual claims;Processing Contractor’s Requests for Information; andEnsuring Building Act Compliance inspections are undertaken and appropriate records kept.Provide high-level advice and information to assist the Superintendent in undertaking and administering dispute resolution processes in respect to building and engineering construction.Implement contract administration policies and procedures applicable to traditional contracts as identified by the Superintendent.Implement post-contract performance evaluation systems and procedures to provide comprehensive and timely information required by the Pre-Qualified Contractor Register.Effectively communicate with Clients and all project team members, in relation to all potential cost and time and quality issues. The successful candidate:Strong consultative, organizational, and communication skillsRelevant qualifications and certificates required (eg. Academic qualification in Project Management, or other building-related qualifications) It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. When applying, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. Word format is preferred.For a confidential discussion, please do not hesitate to contact Clarissa Anderson on (07 3031 3212) or email clarissa.anderson@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.
        Flexible location between Brisbane North, Inner or Gold Coast officeContract position with the view to extendGovernment projects Our Queensland State Government client is seeking a Superintendents Representative to assist with a number of Government projects. The primary purpose of the position is to ensure that both party obligations under the contracts are appropriately fulfilled. The position is responsible for providing contract administration services in accordance with all relevant standards of contract administration and contractual provisions from tender acceptance to final certification on projects as necessary. The role:Provide operational contract supervisory services in respect to construction and engineering contracts on major and complex projects by:Undertaking regular site inspections;Ensuring site meetings are held at regular intervals and conducted in accordance with a standardised procedure;Issuing Variation Orders;Assessing contractual claims;Processing Contractor’s Requests for Information; andEnsuring Building Act Compliance inspections are undertaken and appropriate records kept.Provide high-level advice and information to assist the Superintendent in undertaking and administering dispute resolution processes in respect to building and engineering construction.Implement contract administration policies and procedures applicable to traditional contracts as identified by the Superintendent.Implement post-contract performance evaluation systems and procedures to provide comprehensive and timely information required by the Pre-Qualified Contractor Register.Effectively communicate with Clients and all project team members, in relation to all potential cost and time and quality issues. The successful candidate:Strong consultative, organizational, and communication skillsRelevant qualifications and certificates required (eg. Academic qualification in Project Management, or other building-related qualifications) It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. When applying, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. Word format is preferred.For a confidential discussion, please do not hesitate to contact Clarissa Anderson on (07 3031 3212) or email clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, Excellent $$ + UTE and Phone
        • full-time
        Randstads client is a market leading Tier 2 Civil Engineering contractor delivering a major water infrastructure program in the Brisbane metro and regional SEQ.The successfull candidates will join a well established and experienced team with a proven track record of delivering both the complex Civil water projects. Working for this respected tier 2 contractor offers a structured, safe working environment, excellent work life balance and a project team evouraging promotion and long term career opportunity.About The RoleOur client has an excellent opportunity for a Civil Supervisors for contract to permanent positions offering career growth and progression. The individual will have the drive and ability to work autonomousley and to complete task by project deadlines.The ideal Civil Supervisor will have a strong civil Water and Utilities Construction experience and Pipeline relining experience, willing to jump in and lead a team from the front line, whilst also managing sub-contractors, and working closely with experienced Project Managers Civil Engineers who will help to bring continued expertise to the project at hand.Requirements At least 4 years’ experience in a similar role with a self performing civil contractorPrevious experoence within Water Infrastructure covering water treatment plants and pump stations Be capable of operating in a fast paced and frequently changing work environment while undertaking a variety of tasks as directed by line management.Have a strong commitment to working safety and extensive experience in delivering a strong health and safety culture.Adhere to strict quality controls and ITP hold pointsBe schedule driven and results orientated with an excellent work ethic with demonstrated leadership skillsBe confident managing across a range of different relationships throughout the business and on siteBe able to pass a Pre-employment Medical including a Drug & Alcohol ScreenPrevious resource experience preferableAble to manage sub contractors / civil packages including concrete / steel works As the successful candidate you will have:Vast experience in Water Infrastructure / utilities ProjectsHigh level of experience managing work crews High level coordination and communication skills, ProgrammingProficient computer skillsCertificate IV Civil Construction Supervision an advantagereside Locally in Brisbane / SEQ /BrisbaneAble to work both local and regional projects when required WHS Qualification will be of benefitWhat is on offerContract resulting to Permanent employment possible with a respectable tier 2 civil infrastructue contractor Excellent salary and career progressionEmployment start date June 2021Please apply directly via the advert or if you require more information please call Paul Greenwood 0403 494544 or paul.greenwood@randstad.com.au - this is an immediate career opportunityAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstads client is a market leading Tier 2 Civil Engineering contractor delivering a major water infrastructure program in the Brisbane metro and regional SEQ.The successfull candidates will join a well established and experienced team with a proven track record of delivering both the complex Civil water projects. Working for this respected tier 2 contractor offers a structured, safe working environment, excellent work life balance and a project team evouraging promotion and long term career opportunity.About The RoleOur client has an excellent opportunity for a Civil Supervisors for contract to permanent positions offering career growth and progression. The individual will have the drive and ability to work autonomousley and to complete task by project deadlines.The ideal Civil Supervisor will have a strong civil Water and Utilities Construction experience and Pipeline relining experience, willing to jump in and lead a team from the front line, whilst also managing sub-contractors, and working closely with experienced Project Managers Civil Engineers who will help to bring continued expertise to the project at hand.Requirements At least 4 years’ experience in a similar role with a self performing civil contractorPrevious experoence within Water Infrastructure covering water treatment plants and pump stations Be capable of operating in a fast paced and frequently changing work environment while undertaking a variety of tasks as directed by line management.Have a strong commitment to working safety and extensive experience in delivering a strong health and safety culture.Adhere to strict quality controls and ITP hold pointsBe schedule driven and results orientated with an excellent work ethic with demonstrated leadership skillsBe confident managing across a range of different relationships throughout the business and on siteBe able to pass a Pre-employment Medical including a Drug & Alcohol ScreenPrevious resource experience preferableAble to manage sub contractors / civil packages including concrete / steel works As the successful candidate you will have:Vast experience in Water Infrastructure / utilities ProjectsHigh level of experience managing work crews High level coordination and communication skills, ProgrammingProficient computer skillsCertificate IV Civil Construction Supervision an advantagereside Locally in Brisbane / SEQ /BrisbaneAble to work both local and regional projects when required WHS Qualification will be of benefitWhat is on offerContract resulting to Permanent employment possible with a respectable tier 2 civil infrastructue contractor Excellent salary and career progressionEmployment start date June 2021Please apply directly via the advert or if you require more information please call Paul Greenwood 0403 494544 or paul.greenwood@randstad.com.au - this is an immediate career opportunityAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, Excellent $$ + UTE and Phone
        • full-time
        Randstads clients are market leading Tier 2-3 Civil Engineering contractors delivering a major water infrastructure program in the Brisbane metro and regional SEQ areas.The successfull candidates will join a well established and experienced team with a proven track record of delivering both the complex Civil water projects. Working for our contractors offers a structured, safe working environment, excellent work life balance and a project team evouraging promotion and long term career opportunity.About The RoleOur client has an excellent opportunity for a Mechanical Supervisors for contract to permanent positions offering career growth and progression. The individual will have the drive and ability to work autonomousley and to complete task by project deadlines.The ideal Civil Supervisor will have a strong civil Water and Utilities Construction and Mechanicalexpertise willing to jump in and lead a team from the front line, whilst also managing sub-contractors, and working closely with experienced Project Managers Civil Engineers who will help to bring continued expertise to the project at hand.Requirements At least 4 years’ experience in a similar role with a self performing civil contractorCivil Mechanical knowledge - working within Water Treatment works project environment while undertaking a variety of tasks as directed by line management.Have a strong commitment to working safety and extensive experience in delivering a strong health and safety culture.Adhere to strict quality controls and ITP hold pointsBe schedule driven and results orientated with an excellent work ethic with demonstrated leadership skillsBe confident managing across a range of different relationships throughout the business and on siteBe able to pass a Pre-employment Medical including a Drug & Alcohol ScreenPrevious resource experience preferableAble to manage sub contractors / civil packages including concrete / steel works As the successful candidate you will have:Vast experience in Water Infrastructure / utilities ProjectsMechanical / Civil Experience Chemical dosing - Pump stations Pipeline renewal / Pipe Relining / Pipe Bursting Experience High level of experience managing work crews High level coordination and communication skills, ProgrammingProficient computer skillsCertificate IV Mechanical / civil Construction Supervision an advantagereside Locally in Brisbane / SEQ /BrisbaneWHS Qualification will be of benefitWhat is on offerPermanent employment with a respectable tier 2 Water infrastructue contractor Excellent salary and career progressionEmployment start date June 2021Please apply directly via the advert or if you require more information please call Paul Greenwood 0403 494544 or paul.greenwood@randstad.com.au - this is an immediate career opportunityAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstads clients are market leading Tier 2-3 Civil Engineering contractors delivering a major water infrastructure program in the Brisbane metro and regional SEQ areas.The successfull candidates will join a well established and experienced team with a proven track record of delivering both the complex Civil water projects. Working for our contractors offers a structured, safe working environment, excellent work life balance and a project team evouraging promotion and long term career opportunity.About The RoleOur client has an excellent opportunity for a Mechanical Supervisors for contract to permanent positions offering career growth and progression. The individual will have the drive and ability to work autonomousley and to complete task by project deadlines.The ideal Civil Supervisor will have a strong civil Water and Utilities Construction and Mechanicalexpertise willing to jump in and lead a team from the front line, whilst also managing sub-contractors, and working closely with experienced Project Managers Civil Engineers who will help to bring continued expertise to the project at hand.Requirements At least 4 years’ experience in a similar role with a self performing civil contractorCivil Mechanical knowledge - working within Water Treatment works project environment while undertaking a variety of tasks as directed by line management.Have a strong commitment to working safety and extensive experience in delivering a strong health and safety culture.Adhere to strict quality controls and ITP hold pointsBe schedule driven and results orientated with an excellent work ethic with demonstrated leadership skillsBe confident managing across a range of different relationships throughout the business and on siteBe able to pass a Pre-employment Medical including a Drug & Alcohol ScreenPrevious resource experience preferableAble to manage sub contractors / civil packages including concrete / steel works As the successful candidate you will have:Vast experience in Water Infrastructure / utilities ProjectsMechanical / Civil Experience Chemical dosing - Pump stations Pipeline renewal / Pipe Relining / Pipe Bursting Experience High level of experience managing work crews High level coordination and communication skills, ProgrammingProficient computer skillsCertificate IV Mechanical / civil Construction Supervision an advantagereside Locally in Brisbane / SEQ /BrisbaneWHS Qualification will be of benefitWhat is on offerPermanent employment with a respectable tier 2 Water infrastructue contractor Excellent salary and career progressionEmployment start date June 2021Please apply directly via the advert or if you require more information please call Paul Greenwood 0403 494544 or paul.greenwood@randstad.com.au - this is an immediate career opportunityAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$90,000 - AU$130,000, per year, + Super & Benefits
        • full-time
        Randstad's Civil Division is working closely with a Tier 1 and Tier 2 contractors who has won key packages on major Water Infrastructure project within Brisbane metro and regional QLD. They have engaged us to source Project Engineers for permanent long term career opportunites.Randstad have exciting opportunities for Project Engineers who want to join established project teams to settle and grow professionally achieving long term development and career progression.Duties will include:Working Closely with Project Managers to work on major Water Infrastructure programs / delivery packagesDealing with Waste Water Treatment and Pump Station projectsWater Pipelines,Pump Stations , WWTW, Pipe Relining, Slip Lining, Pipe BurstingSewer Rising Mains / Dams and reservoir upgradesOverseeing site works and ensuring key project deliveries are met Commercially minded/ investigate and solve issues and working to set budgets and schedules.Able to work to Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) and other water authorities specificationsDelivering Underground Utilities and services, WWTW, Pumpstations projects Technical, Engineering, Inspection scheduling and quality controls Ensuring all site activities and operational delivery is performed in accordance with HSE legislationPlanning, scheduling, and budgeting, as well as progress and cost reportingQuality Assurance / Quality Control of construction deliveryProcurementLocal Brisbane Projects and/or Flexible roster either 5/2 or 10/4 DIDO Work life balanceTo be considered for this opportunity you must meet the following criteria:degree Civil EngineeringDegree qualified Civil EngineeringMinimum 3+ years post graduate experience with proven Water / Utilities experienceMust have prior experience in Greenfield / Pumpstations, WWTW upgrades, Pipeline renewals QUU Project experience an advantage Or proven Water Infrastructure experience Water Treatment - Pipeline Rehabilitation, Storm Water, Drainage Packages Pump StationsProven track record of compliance and safetyProven experience working to Tier 1 and Tier 2 Contract level - Managing sub contractors Understanding and experience in self performing and sub contract worksBe able to cost and plan works effectiveleyAbility to deliver practical soluctions with attention to the required detailExcellent communication skillsIf you want to join a company who have an extensive pipeline of infrastructure projects - and who will give you autonomy and let you take ownership of your own work then this company is ideal for you If you feel you meet the criteria required or would like to know more please apply now or email paul.greenwood@randstad.com.au 0403 494544 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad's Civil Division is working closely with a Tier 1 and Tier 2 contractors who has won key packages on major Water Infrastructure project within Brisbane metro and regional QLD. They have engaged us to source Project Engineers for permanent long term career opportunites.Randstad have exciting opportunities for Project Engineers who want to join established project teams to settle and grow professionally achieving long term development and career progression.Duties will include:Working Closely with Project Managers to work on major Water Infrastructure programs / delivery packagesDealing with Waste Water Treatment and Pump Station projectsWater Pipelines,Pump Stations , WWTW, Pipe Relining, Slip Lining, Pipe BurstingSewer Rising Mains / Dams and reservoir upgradesOverseeing site works and ensuring key project deliveries are met Commercially minded/ investigate and solve issues and working to set budgets and schedules.Able to work to Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) and other water authorities specificationsDelivering Underground Utilities and services, WWTW, Pumpstations projects Technical, Engineering, Inspection scheduling and quality controls Ensuring all site activities and operational delivery is performed in accordance with HSE legislationPlanning, scheduling, and budgeting, as well as progress and cost reportingQuality Assurance / Quality Control of construction deliveryProcurementLocal Brisbane Projects and/or Flexible roster either 5/2 or 10/4 DIDO Work life balanceTo be considered for this opportunity you must meet the following criteria:degree Civil EngineeringDegree qualified Civil EngineeringMinimum 3+ years post graduate experience with proven Water / Utilities experienceMust have prior experience in Greenfield / Pumpstations, WWTW upgrades, Pipeline renewals QUU Project experience an advantage Or proven Water Infrastructure experience Water Treatment - Pipeline Rehabilitation, Storm Water, Drainage Packages Pump StationsProven track record of compliance and safetyProven experience working to Tier 1 and Tier 2 Contract level - Managing sub contractors Understanding and experience in self performing and sub contract worksBe able to cost and plan works effectiveleyAbility to deliver practical soluctions with attention to the required detailExcellent communication skillsIf you want to join a company who have an extensive pipeline of infrastructure projects - and who will give you autonomy and let you take ownership of your own work then this company is ideal for you If you feel you meet the criteria required or would like to know more please apply now or email paul.greenwood@randstad.com.au 0403 494544 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$80.00 - AU$81.00, per hour, + super
        • full-time
        SYDNEY/ MELBOURNE/ BRISBANE: EL1 COMPLEX CASE MANAGER (SENIOR CLINICIAN)Here is your chance to give back! The Department of Veterans Affairs aims to provide specialised, goal-oriented, long-term case management to veterans and dependants identified as having complex and multiple needs. As a Complex Case Manager, your key purpose will be to manage a caseload of complex clients and to provide support, supervision and advice to other Complex Case Managers. ABOUT THE ROLE:Provide an escalation point for clients at serious risk of harm to self or othersProvide specialised clinical expertise and advice to support and enhance the work of the Complex Case Managers (Clinical)Manage a limited case load of highly complex and/or high risk clientsBe available for consultation across the Branch to provide clinical input and expertise to inform the management of and response to urgent client escalationsAs the Senior CCM(SC), you will deliver additional levels of expertise, support and specialised clinical input ABOUT YOU:Full AHPRA registration as a Psychologist or Mental Health Registered Nurse, OR a Social Worker registered with AASWExtensive case management experience including working with people who present with complex mental health conditionsExperience in coordinating and assisting in the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clients in community mental health teamsExperience and interest in triage, assessment and case management via telephoneCurrent Police Check, or ability to obtain one YOUR BENEFITS:Fantastic remuneration ($80 p/h + 9.5% Super) and weekly pay!Monday-Friday position, full-time hoursSupportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to see and create real change within your community If this position excites you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please reach out to Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
        SYDNEY/ MELBOURNE/ BRISBANE: EL1 COMPLEX CASE MANAGER (SENIOR CLINICIAN)Here is your chance to give back! The Department of Veterans Affairs aims to provide specialised, goal-oriented, long-term case management to veterans and dependants identified as having complex and multiple needs. As a Complex Case Manager, your key purpose will be to manage a caseload of complex clients and to provide support, supervision and advice to other Complex Case Managers. ABOUT THE ROLE:Provide an escalation point for clients at serious risk of harm to self or othersProvide specialised clinical expertise and advice to support and enhance the work of the Complex Case Managers (Clinical)Manage a limited case load of highly complex and/or high risk clientsBe available for consultation across the Branch to provide clinical input and expertise to inform the management of and response to urgent client escalationsAs the Senior CCM(SC), you will deliver additional levels of expertise, support and specialised clinical input ABOUT YOU:Full AHPRA registration as a Psychologist or Mental Health Registered Nurse, OR a Social Worker registered with AASWExtensive case management experience including working with people who present with complex mental health conditionsExperience in coordinating and assisting in the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clients in community mental health teamsExperience and interest in triage, assessment and case management via telephoneCurrent Police Check, or ability to obtain one YOUR BENEFITS:Fantastic remuneration ($80 p/h + 9.5% Super) and weekly pay!Monday-Friday position, full-time hoursSupportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to see and create real change within your community If this position excites you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please reach out to Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • full-time
        IT Security Systems AdministratorWe are seeking talented and security cleared (NV2) Systems Security Administrators to join one of Australia's employers of choice for an initial 3 month contract engagement, with the opportunity to go Permanent. This position works within a collaborative, forward thinking and passionate team. Essential Skills:● Hardware and software troubleshooting● Windows Server management, Windows Active Directory and Group Policy● Windows Server virtualisation● Linux server administration● Docker and Kubernetes● SAN storage environments● Network routing, switching and firewall management● Managing Multi Factor Authentication● Configuring Carbon Black protect to lockdown application execution● Configuring RADIUS Authentication with switches/firewalls● Managing policies on Palo Alto PanOS devices including panorama and firewall appliances● Improving the security posture of the system● Active Directory Certificate Services Administration● Certificate Administration for RSA IdM Users● Implementing Security Patches and managing System Configuration Changes● Providing architecture/implementation guidance to automate configuration changesExperience/Qualifications● Tertiary degree with a minimum of 5 years' experience in IT● Experience within Defence or complex engineering project environments (desirable)Culture● Flexible working options● Study assistance● Salary packaging● Employee Incentive Program● Global opportunitiesAll applicants must be an Australian Citizen. Current or previous Security Clearances are necessary. Get in touch with Kelly Razlog if you would like to hear more about this role.📱 0408 241 208💻 kelly.razlog@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.
        IT Security Systems AdministratorWe are seeking talented and security cleared (NV2) Systems Security Administrators to join one of Australia's employers of choice for an initial 3 month contract engagement, with the opportunity to go Permanent. This position works within a collaborative, forward thinking and passionate team. Essential Skills:● Hardware and software troubleshooting● Windows Server management, Windows Active Directory and Group Policy● Windows Server virtualisation● Linux server administration● Docker and Kubernetes● SAN storage environments● Network routing, switching and firewall management● Managing Multi Factor Authentication● Configuring Carbon Black protect to lockdown application execution● Configuring RADIUS Authentication with switches/firewalls● Managing policies on Palo Alto PanOS devices including panorama and firewall appliances● Improving the security posture of the system● Active Directory Certificate Services Administration● Certificate Administration for RSA IdM Users● Implementing Security Patches and managing System Configuration Changes● Providing architecture/implementation guidance to automate configuration changesExperience/Qualifications● Tertiary degree with a minimum of 5 years' experience in IT● Experience within Defence or complex engineering project environments (desirable)Culture● Flexible working options● Study assistance● Salary packaging● Employee Incentive Program● Global opportunitiesAll applicants must be an Australian Citizen. Current or previous Security Clearances are necessary. Get in touch with Kelly Razlog if you would like to hear more about this role.📱 0408 241 208💻 kelly.razlog@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$48,000 - AU$49,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is working with a well-known telecommunications organisation based in the heart of Brisbane. We are looking for enthusiastic call centre professionals that are willing to go the extra mile for their customers. You are the first point of contact with our client’s customers. Your role will be to ensure that you are providing high quality customer service and assisting customers with their troubleshooting enquiries. About youYou will have previous customer service / call centre experience. Experience troubleshooting. A can-do positive attitude, and someone who has a genuine desire to help people.Your conversational persona will shine through to our customers and allow you to remain friendly and calmYou'll have exceptional customer service skills that will see you empathise with your customersAbout the roleThis is a Full Time role, working Monday to FridayHours are on a rotating roster 7am to 7pm up to 8 hours per day).Training is provided. 6 weeks training program leading into a 3 week academy$48,000 per annum + superRequirements of the roleFull Australian working rightsAvailable 5 days per week. (Monday to Friday)Must be available to start the 7th of June Will be required to pass a criminal history check 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 is working with a well-known telecommunications organisation based in the heart of Brisbane. We are looking for enthusiastic call centre professionals that are willing to go the extra mile for their customers. You are the first point of contact with our client’s customers. Your role will be to ensure that you are providing high quality customer service and assisting customers with their troubleshooting enquiries. About youYou will have previous customer service / call centre experience. Experience troubleshooting. A can-do positive attitude, and someone who has a genuine desire to help people.Your conversational persona will shine through to our customers and allow you to remain friendly and calmYou'll have exceptional customer service skills that will see you empathise with your customersAbout the roleThis is a Full Time role, working Monday to FridayHours are on a rotating roster 7am to 7pm up to 8 hours per day).Training is provided. 6 weeks training program leading into a 3 week academy$48,000 per annum + superRequirements of the roleFull Australian working rightsAvailable 5 days per week. (Monday to Friday)Must be available to start the 7th of June Will be required to pass a criminal history check 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.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$38.00 - AU$39.00, per hour, allowances
        • full-time
        Are you a qualified Heavy Vehicle Mechanic? Take this opportunity to work with the Brisbane City Council in Willawong! Play your part in keeping Brisbane running by maintaining and repairing their fleet of over 1200 vehicles.Are you looking for:A flexible, easy to maintain work/life balance The chance to show your skills off independent from your teamThe foot-in-the-door with one of Brisbane’s biggest transport employersAbout your new roleThis opportunity will have you working in a garage environment and becoming responsible for the maintenance and repair of Brisbane City Council Buses. You can be expected to:Undertake repair, maintenance and servicing of vehiclesPerform diagnostics and resolve mechanical problemsPreventive maintenance including inspection, tire rotation, oil changes.Maintain parts inventory and cleanliness in the workshopLiaise with contractors and suppliers to deliver cost effect timely serviceKeeping detailed records of each job including all parts and materialsWhat you will need to exceedIt is essential that you have experience working as a Heavy Vehicle Mechanic, preferably in a bus or coach environment.Current Australian Heavy Vehicle Trade Certificate (required)Valid HR driver’s license (beneficial)Bus Industry Experience (beneficial)About the CouncilTransport for Brisbane is a major public service provider within South East Queensland, responsible for providing an operational bus network 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To assist with a smooth service, their fleet contains over 1200 buses from 7 depots across the Brisbane Region.What you will get in returnBrisbane City Council is one of the biggest bus transport employers in Queensland. There are many benefits including:competitive above award ratespotential overtime and penalty rates where applicabletrade industry related trainingthe opportunity for potentially ongoing career developmentAPPLY NOW!For more information please send email to danijela.lalovic@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.
        Are you a qualified Heavy Vehicle Mechanic? Take this opportunity to work with the Brisbane City Council in Willawong! Play your part in keeping Brisbane running by maintaining and repairing their fleet of over 1200 vehicles.Are you looking for:A flexible, easy to maintain work/life balance The chance to show your skills off independent from your teamThe foot-in-the-door with one of Brisbane’s biggest transport employersAbout your new roleThis opportunity will have you working in a garage environment and becoming responsible for the maintenance and repair of Brisbane City Council Buses. You can be expected to:Undertake repair, maintenance and servicing of vehiclesPerform diagnostics and resolve mechanical problemsPreventive maintenance including inspection, tire rotation, oil changes.Maintain parts inventory and cleanliness in the workshopLiaise with contractors and suppliers to deliver cost effect timely serviceKeeping detailed records of each job including all parts and materialsWhat you will need to exceedIt is essential that you have experience working as a Heavy Vehicle Mechanic, preferably in a bus or coach environment.Current Australian Heavy Vehicle Trade Certificate (required)Valid HR driver’s license (beneficial)Bus Industry Experience (beneficial)About the CouncilTransport for Brisbane is a major public service provider within South East Queensland, responsible for providing an operational bus network 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To assist with a smooth service, their fleet contains over 1200 buses from 7 depots across the Brisbane Region.What you will get in returnBrisbane City Council is one of the biggest bus transport employers in Queensland. There are many benefits including:competitive above award ratespotential overtime and penalty rates where applicabletrade industry related trainingthe opportunity for potentially ongoing career developmentAPPLY NOW!For more information please send email to danijela.lalovic@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • temporary
        • AU$27 - AU$35 per year
        • full-time
        Duties will include but not be limited to:Pick and packing on a process lineLoading and placement of product and ingredients onto conveyor beltsMonitoring the line for the quality of products coming throughPacking of productManual HandlingTo be considered for this role you must:Must have full work rightsRecent experience working with food in a fast-paced environmentFood Manufacturing experienceFlexible on start times100% reliableMUST have a current Driver's Licence and own reliableAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Duties will include but not be limited to:Pick and packing on a process lineLoading and placement of product and ingredients onto conveyor beltsMonitoring the line for the quality of products coming throughPacking of productManual HandlingTo be considered for this role you must:Must have full work rightsRecent experience working with food in a fast-paced environmentFood Manufacturing experienceFlexible on start times100% reliableMUST have a current Driver's Licence and own reliableAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • rocklea, queensland
        • temporary
        • AU$27 - AU$2,828, per year, 9.5% Super + Penalty Rates
        • part-time
        Randstad is looking for rear lift and front lift HR drivers to start at our reputable client asap. Must be available to start immediately!Our client is in the Waste industry and currently has numerous vacancies for HR Truck Drivers - Rear Lift and Front Lift to join their team. On-going positions with the opportunity to be permanent. Day shifts from Monday to Friday with 2am-3am starts in the Southern suburb of Brisbane (Rocklea area).Responsibilities:Rear lift collection vehicle for municipal contractsPerforming loading and unloading duties of wasteDelivering loads to nominated recycling and disposals facilitiesEnsuring high levels of customer satisfactionMaintaining presentation of the vehicle, inside and outSkills and experience:An unrestricted HR license as a minimumMust be available for an early morning startMechanical knowledge and ability to identify basic mechanical problemsExcellent customer service ethicCommitment to safety and willingness to work as part of a teamWorking for a reputable company, driving well maintained vehicles and job security are just some of the benefits for applying today! Candidates will undergo a driver history check and must successfully complete a WH&S assessment. Please email katherine.hartvigsen@randstad.com.au 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 looking for rear lift and front lift HR drivers to start at our reputable client asap. Must be available to start immediately!Our client is in the Waste industry and currently has numerous vacancies for HR Truck Drivers - Rear Lift and Front Lift to join their team. On-going positions with the opportunity to be permanent. Day shifts from Monday to Friday with 2am-3am starts in the Southern suburb of Brisbane (Rocklea area).Responsibilities:Rear lift collection vehicle for municipal contractsPerforming loading and unloading duties of wasteDelivering loads to nominated recycling and disposals facilitiesEnsuring high levels of customer satisfactionMaintaining presentation of the vehicle, inside and outSkills and experience:An unrestricted HR license as a minimumMust be available for an early morning startMechanical knowledge and ability to identify basic mechanical problemsExcellent customer service ethicCommitment to safety and willingness to work as part of a teamWorking for a reputable company, driving well maintained vehicles and job security are just some of the benefits for applying today! Candidates will undergo a driver history check and must successfully complete a WH&S assessment. Please email katherine.hartvigsen@randstad.com.au 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.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$58,000 - AU$65,000, per year, Super
        • full-time
        The Company This ASX listed company is well established in their sector and is looking for multiple candidates to join their Credit team based in their National Head Office in South Brisbane. This company embraces passion, hard work and dedication and is able to take someone on board for an immediate start.The Role- Managing large ledgers- High volume Debt Collection- Liaising with customers and working within tight deadlines- Implementing payment plans and processing credit applications- Bank reconciliations- Proactive debt collection calls and following up on remittance receiptsProfileThe successful candidate will have experience within a full function, collection/credit role in a high volume, fast paced environment. You will have a passion for credit and have strong communication skills, as well as the ability to multi-task.Because this site looks after all states, you must have some flexibility with your working hours (start and finish early or start and finish later) depending on what ledger you are maintaining.You will need to have access to your own mode of transport - free parking is provided.Remuneration & Benefits- Competitive remuneration offered- 5 weeks annual leave after 12 months with the company- 2 well being days a year- Fun, lively team that are always celebrating peoples achievements and birthdays- Immediate start on offer for the right candidateAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        The Company This ASX listed company is well established in their sector and is looking for multiple candidates to join their Credit team based in their National Head Office in South Brisbane. This company embraces passion, hard work and dedication and is able to take someone on board for an immediate start.The Role- Managing large ledgers- High volume Debt Collection- Liaising with customers and working within tight deadlines- Implementing payment plans and processing credit applications- Bank reconciliations- Proactive debt collection calls and following up on remittance receiptsProfileThe successful candidate will have experience within a full function, collection/credit role in a high volume, fast paced environment. You will have a passion for credit and have strong communication skills, as well as the ability to multi-task.Because this site looks after all states, you must have some flexibility with your working hours (start and finish early or start and finish later) depending on what ledger you are maintaining.You will need to have access to your own mode of transport - free parking is provided.Remuneration & Benefits- Competitive remuneration offered- 5 weeks annual leave after 12 months with the company- 2 well being days a year- Fun, lively team that are always celebrating peoples achievements and birthdays- Immediate start on offer for the right candidateAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$75,000, per year, $70K - $75K + Super
        • full-time
        About our client:Randstad is proud to be partnering with an industry leading multinational organisation with a reputation for delivering an exceptional level of service across multiple sites in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. About the role:Working as part of an experienced team this is a full function payroll role reporting into a supportive Payroll Manager. Your key duties and responsibilities will include:Full end-to-end payroll processing including calculating terminations, redundancies and leaveProcessing all new starters and maintaining employee filesAward and EBA interpretationInvestigate and resolve payroll issues or queriesAbout you:You are an experienced Payroll Officer with a high level of attention to detail and a proactive approach to your work. In addition, you have:3+ years in a full function payroll position in a high volume environmentExperience with Chris21 or iChrisSolid experience with award interpretationAnalytical and problem-solving skillsExcellent organisational and time management skillsExceptional communication and customer service skillsWhat’s on offer?Join a social and professional payroll teamInner suburbs location with easy access to public transport with plenty of cafes, shops and restaurants in the areaWork alongside a highly experienced and supportive Payroll ManagerFull-time and permanent roleWork from home optionsOther payroll opportunities?Randstad is currently partnering with multiple organisations in the retail, manufacturing, not-for-profit, health and education sectors for similar roles. If this position is not quite what you are looking for we encourage you to still submit an application or call us to learn more about our other opportunities.To be considered for this role, please apply ASAP. With any questions, please call Allyce McAnally on 0466 772 563 for an informal, no obligations and strictly 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.
        About our client:Randstad is proud to be partnering with an industry leading multinational organisation with a reputation for delivering an exceptional level of service across multiple sites in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. About the role:Working as part of an experienced team this is a full function payroll role reporting into a supportive Payroll Manager. Your key duties and responsibilities will include:Full end-to-end payroll processing including calculating terminations, redundancies and leaveProcessing all new starters and maintaining employee filesAward and EBA interpretationInvestigate and resolve payroll issues or queriesAbout you:You are an experienced Payroll Officer with a high level of attention to detail and a proactive approach to your work. In addition, you have:3+ years in a full function payroll position in a high volume environmentExperience with Chris21 or iChrisSolid experience with award interpretationAnalytical and problem-solving skillsExcellent organisational and time management skillsExceptional communication and customer service skillsWhat’s on offer?Join a social and professional payroll teamInner suburbs location with easy access to public transport with plenty of cafes, shops and restaurants in the areaWork alongside a highly experienced and supportive Payroll ManagerFull-time and permanent roleWork from home optionsOther payroll opportunities?Randstad is currently partnering with multiple organisations in the retail, manufacturing, not-for-profit, health and education sectors for similar roles. If this position is not quite what you are looking for we encourage you to still submit an application or call us to learn more about our other opportunities.To be considered for this role, please apply ASAP. With any questions, please call Allyce McAnally on 0466 772 563 for an informal, no obligations and strictly 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.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$70,000 - AU$75,000, per year, Competitive remuneration on offer
        • part-time
        About our client:Randstad is proud to be partnering with this highly respected values-driven organisation based in Brisbane's inner suburbs. They are currently seeking a Payroll Officer to join their team on a part-time basis (3-4 days per week) for an initial 6 month period.About the role:This role will involve medium volume processing while working with a small team reporting into a supportive Payroll Manager. Your key duties will include:Calculating and processing employee leave entitlements, superannuation, redundancies and terminationsAward and EBA interpretationOnboarding and maintenance of employee filesEnd of month reportingAbout you:You are an experienced payroll professional with solid experience working in a medium - high volume environment. You are a team player with a positive outlook. In addition, you have:3+ years experience with full end-to-end payroll processing experiencePrevious experience working in a medium to high volume environmentAward and EBA interpretation skillsExperience using a medium - large ERPHigh level of attention to detailWhat’s on offer?In addition to working for a reputable organisation, you will be joining a friendly team with a supportive office culture. In addition, there is:Friendly and welcoming team with a reputable organisationFlexible work from home options once training is completedPart-time role, work 3 or 4 days per week!Potential to extendOther payroll opportunities?Randstad is currently partnering with multiple organisations in the retail, manufacturing, not-for-profit, health and education sectors for similar roles. If this position is not quite what you are looking for we encourage you to still submit an application or call us to learn more about our other opportunities.To be considered for this role, please apply ASAP. With any questions, please call Allyce McAnally on 0466 772 563 for an informal, no obligations and strictly 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.
        About our client:Randstad is proud to be partnering with this highly respected values-driven organisation based in Brisbane's inner suburbs. They are currently seeking a Payroll Officer to join their team on a part-time basis (3-4 days per week) for an initial 6 month period.About the role:This role will involve medium volume processing while working with a small team reporting into a supportive Payroll Manager. Your key duties will include:Calculating and processing employee leave entitlements, superannuation, redundancies and terminationsAward and EBA interpretationOnboarding and maintenance of employee filesEnd of month reportingAbout you:You are an experienced payroll professional with solid experience working in a medium - high volume environment. You are a team player with a positive outlook. In addition, you have:3+ years experience with full end-to-end payroll processing experiencePrevious experience working in a medium to high volume environmentAward and EBA interpretation skillsExperience using a medium - large ERPHigh level of attention to detailWhat’s on offer?In addition to working for a reputable organisation, you will be joining a friendly team with a supportive office culture. In addition, there is:Friendly and welcoming team with a reputable organisationFlexible work from home options once training is completedPart-time role, work 3 or 4 days per week!Potential to extendOther payroll opportunities?Randstad is currently partnering with multiple organisations in the retail, manufacturing, not-for-profit, health and education sectors for similar roles. If this position is not quite what you are looking for we encourage you to still submit an application or call us to learn more about our other opportunities.To be considered for this role, please apply ASAP. With any questions, please call Allyce McAnally on 0466 772 563 for an informal, no obligations and strictly 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.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • full-time
        This organisation provides a diverse range of services to the public and are continually looking for opportunities to create efficiencies and enhance their capability. The organisation is embarking on a range of projects and are aligning themselves internally to manage future growth and change.This position will play a key role in the success of the Corporate Finance Branch. You will partner with key stakeholders to optimise business participation and engagement and provide innovative solutions to contribute to the development and delivery of organisations vision and strategies. This role will see you:Provide advice and support in the design, development and implementation of transformational projects, strategic priority outcomes and key deliverables that support a future focused finance functionDevelop, design and implement ‘fit for purpose’ solutions, strategies and plans that add value through knowledge and practical application of organisational change management and business improvement theoryConduct change readiness assessments and understanding the key actions needed to ensure business stakeholders are ready, willing and able to implement the change.Lead and role model customer focused behaviour by encouraging innovation and knowledge sharing.Drive deployment and change adoption into the organisation.Influence, advise and advocate with key internal and external stakeholders, including executives and managers. This includes consideration to benefits and value management, risk management and identification of future value opportunities.Plan communications strategies to optimise the effectiveness of organisational change projects and initiatives.Provide strategic guidance and advice for informing and influencing decision making and governance forums across the organisationDevelop and maintain knowledge and connections with external industry appropriate innovations and strategies, undertake research, share knowledge, ideas and concepts to support organisational relevance and sustainabilityProactively establish, maintain and utilise strong partnering relationships, networks and alliances with relevant internal stakeholders and interest groups promoting collaboration and deliver corporate outcomes.You will have strong business acumen and a clear, comprehensive understanding of the link between people and business strategy outcomes. Your self-motivation, drive and resilience will be the key to your success. Whilst you will be highly-skilled in influencing, negotiating, gaining credibility and building relationships with stakeholders, you will also be an active participant in the process, leading from the front and undertaking a consultative and inclusive style in your dealings with the team. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        This organisation provides a diverse range of services to the public and are continually looking for opportunities to create efficiencies and enhance their capability. The organisation is embarking on a range of projects and are aligning themselves internally to manage future growth and change.This position will play a key role in the success of the Corporate Finance Branch. You will partner with key stakeholders to optimise business participation and engagement and provide innovative solutions to contribute to the development and delivery of organisations vision and strategies. This role will see you:Provide advice and support in the design, development and implementation of transformational projects, strategic priority outcomes and key deliverables that support a future focused finance functionDevelop, design and implement ‘fit for purpose’ solutions, strategies and plans that add value through knowledge and practical application of organisational change management and business improvement theoryConduct change readiness assessments and understanding the key actions needed to ensure business stakeholders are ready, willing and able to implement the change.Lead and role model customer focused behaviour by encouraging innovation and knowledge sharing.Drive deployment and change adoption into the organisation.Influence, advise and advocate with key internal and external stakeholders, including executives and managers. This includes consideration to benefits and value management, risk management and identification of future value opportunities.Plan communications strategies to optimise the effectiveness of organisational change projects and initiatives.Provide strategic guidance and advice for informing and influencing decision making and governance forums across the organisationDevelop and maintain knowledge and connections with external industry appropriate innovations and strategies, undertake research, share knowledge, ideas and concepts to support organisational relevance and sustainabilityProactively establish, maintain and utilise strong partnering relationships, networks and alliances with relevant internal stakeholders and interest groups promoting collaboration and deliver corporate outcomes.You will have strong business acumen and a clear, comprehensive understanding of the link between people and business strategy outcomes. Your self-motivation, drive and resilience will be the key to your success. Whilst you will be highly-skilled in influencing, negotiating, gaining credibility and building relationships with stakeholders, you will also be an active participant in the process, leading from the front and undertaking a consultative and inclusive style in your dealings with the team. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$71 - AU$71, per year, AO7 $71.37 per hour plus 9.5% super
        • full-time
        State Government Infrastructure Projects Contract RoleBrisbane CBD Our Queensland State Government Department client is seeking a Principal Planning Officer (AO7) to join the team and manage the increased workload. This position will see you working with key design and delivery stakeholders to develop facilities briefs, business cases and review designs for new infrastructure projects across the state. You will work collaboratively to manage expectations and ensure projects are delivered within scope and budget. Key duties:Support the delivery and lead the analysis and reporting of specific infrastructure planning programs.Contribute to the establishment of policies, processes and tools for the delivery and implementation of quality frameworks to identify opportunities for process improvements.Contribute to the development of performance measures to evaluate and report on specific infrastructure planning programs.Identify, research, develop and analyse complex policy options and provide high level, client-focused advice to internal and external customers on a broad range of strategic infrastructure policy, planning and management activities.Represent the department at high-level negotiations in a variety of forums on issues relating to the functional area of the branch and unit. The successful candidate will:Experience in planning options analysis, project planning, financial management, negotiation, stakeholder management & project deliveryExposure to a range of Government projects with preferred specialisation across Education projects and DA proposals such as schools, Universities, TAFE or Educational Facilities.Demonstrated high-level ability to manage work in terms of timeframes, budget and qualityQualifications and/or demonstrated experience in either architecture, structural engineering, construction management or a similar built environment field It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. When applying, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. Word format is preferred. Please note, applications closing at 9am Friday, 28th May. For a confidential discussion, please do not hesitate to contact Clarissa Anderson on (07 3031 3212) or email clarissa.anderson@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.
        State Government Infrastructure Projects Contract RoleBrisbane CBD Our Queensland State Government Department client is seeking a Principal Planning Officer (AO7) to join the team and manage the increased workload. This position will see you working with key design and delivery stakeholders to develop facilities briefs, business cases and review designs for new infrastructure projects across the state. You will work collaboratively to manage expectations and ensure projects are delivered within scope and budget. Key duties:Support the delivery and lead the analysis and reporting of specific infrastructure planning programs.Contribute to the establishment of policies, processes and tools for the delivery and implementation of quality frameworks to identify opportunities for process improvements.Contribute to the development of performance measures to evaluate and report on specific infrastructure planning programs.Identify, research, develop and analyse complex policy options and provide high level, client-focused advice to internal and external customers on a broad range of strategic infrastructure policy, planning and management activities.Represent the department at high-level negotiations in a variety of forums on issues relating to the functional area of the branch and unit. The successful candidate will:Experience in planning options analysis, project planning, financial management, negotiation, stakeholder management & project deliveryExposure to a range of Government projects with preferred specialisation across Education projects and DA proposals such as schools, Universities, TAFE or Educational Facilities.Demonstrated high-level ability to manage work in terms of timeframes, budget and qualityQualifications and/or demonstrated experience in either architecture, structural engineering, construction management or a similar built environment field It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. When applying, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. Word format is preferred. Please note, applications closing at 9am Friday, 28th May. For a confidential discussion, please do not hesitate to contact Clarissa Anderson on (07 3031 3212) or email clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000, per year, Attractive salary package
        • full-time
        The Company A reputable ASX-listed Financial Services institution, our client has enjoyed significant growth over the last year. Due to a recent acquisition, they are looking to integrate their businesses to realise efficiencies and are looking for a self-driven Financial / Management Accountant to support them on their growth journey. You will be working within a collaborative & diverse team of talented financial professionals that have previously come from a Big 4 Audit background or have worked in other large established organisations. Your Role Reporting into the Finance Manager, your key responsibilities will include: Support the establishment of financial controls & preparation of budgetsActively contribute to the month-end P&L process and providing commentaryEffectively business partner with the operational management team to provide financial insightsAdd value to business performance through financial analysis and identifying areas of improvementAssist with the statutory reporting process during half-year and year-endSupport the internal & external audit processAd hoc tasks and projects About You The ideal candidate will be an experienced Financial/Management Accountant with prior training in a Big 4 / mid-tier Audit firm environment and/or come from a large multinational organisation. You will enjoy working within a fast-paced multinational organisation and in a collaborative team of talented finance professionals. You have a can-do attitude and have the ability to build strong relationships across a wide range of stakeholders across a large organisation. You are passionate about your work, have great attention to detail and are CA/CPA/CIMA qualified. What's on Offer? Interesting & varied role within a highly respected ASX-listed organisationExcellent training & ongoing career developmentAttractive remuneration packageCity fringe location with flexible remote work opportunitiesIf you have any questions please contact Paul Chen on paul.chen@randstad.com.au or on 07 3031 3215 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        The Company A reputable ASX-listed Financial Services institution, our client has enjoyed significant growth over the last year. Due to a recent acquisition, they are looking to integrate their businesses to realise efficiencies and are looking for a self-driven Financial / Management Accountant to support them on their growth journey. You will be working within a collaborative & diverse team of talented financial professionals that have previously come from a Big 4 Audit background or have worked in other large established organisations. Your Role Reporting into the Finance Manager, your key responsibilities will include: Support the establishment of financial controls & preparation of budgetsActively contribute to the month-end P&L process and providing commentaryEffectively business partner with the operational management team to provide financial insightsAdd value to business performance through financial analysis and identifying areas of improvementAssist with the statutory reporting process during half-year and year-endSupport the internal & external audit processAd hoc tasks and projects About You The ideal candidate will be an experienced Financial/Management Accountant with prior training in a Big 4 / mid-tier Audit firm environment and/or come from a large multinational organisation. You will enjoy working within a fast-paced multinational organisation and in a collaborative team of talented finance professionals. You have a can-do attitude and have the ability to build strong relationships across a wide range of stakeholders across a large organisation. You are passionate about your work, have great attention to detail and are CA/CPA/CIMA qualified. What's on Offer? Interesting & varied role within a highly respected ASX-listed organisationExcellent training & ongoing career developmentAttractive remuneration packageCity fringe location with flexible remote work opportunitiesIf you have any questions please contact Paul Chen on paul.chen@randstad.com.au or on 07 3031 3215 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • temporary
        • full-time
        About the Opportunity:Randstad are currently partnering with a large Federal Government client. With continued growth in the Brisbane region, we are looking for call centre professionals with a background in claims processing to work with a well known federal government client. The Brisbane Assessment Centre team are looking for experienced claims call centre professionals who are seeking a temporary position. Randstad is seeking experienced and driven candidates to work with one of Brisbane's biggest department. With roles based in the CBD, we offer you the chance to gain valuable experience and longer term career opportunities with our valuable clients. You will be able to develop your existing skills and experience in a corporate and professional environments. Customer Service is a key element of an organisation’s success and therefore we are looking for the best of the best!!Please note: This is a Federal Government opportunity, all potential candidates must be Australian Citizens. RESPONSBILITIES: Processing a high volume of claimsAdhere to KPI's of 70-90 claims per dayAnalysing and interpreting information to make decisionsInbound and Outbound calls to gather information and answer queriesWHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:1-2 years+ Claims processing experienceCandidates with the ability to work in a fast paced environmentExcellent communication skillsConfidence to make decisions Excellent punctuality and attendanceData entry skills - ability to quickly and accurately enter data into the systemWhat’s in it for you?You will receive the opportunity to develop your call centre skills with a State Government Department. Apply nowIf you are successful and experienced high volume call centre professional who is immediately available and in search of a new opportunity than apply here today and submit your CV and in WORD format. 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 Opportunity:Randstad are currently partnering with a large Federal Government client. With continued growth in the Brisbane region, we are looking for call centre professionals with a background in claims processing to work with a well known federal government client. The Brisbane Assessment Centre team are looking for experienced claims call centre professionals who are seeking a temporary position. Randstad is seeking experienced and driven candidates to work with one of Brisbane's biggest department. With roles based in the CBD, we offer you the chance to gain valuable experience and longer term career opportunities with our valuable clients. You will be able to develop your existing skills and experience in a corporate and professional environments. Customer Service is a key element of an organisation’s success and therefore we are looking for the best of the best!!Please note: This is a Federal Government opportunity, all potential candidates must be Australian Citizens. RESPONSBILITIES: Processing a high volume of claimsAdhere to KPI's of 70-90 claims per dayAnalysing and interpreting information to make decisionsInbound and Outbound calls to gather information and answer queriesWHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:1-2 years+ Claims processing experienceCandidates with the ability to work in a fast paced environmentExcellent communication skillsConfidence to make decisions Excellent punctuality and attendanceData entry skills - ability to quickly and accurately enter data into the systemWhat’s in it for you?You will receive the opportunity to develop your call centre skills with a State Government Department. Apply nowIf you are successful and experienced high volume call centre professional who is immediately available and in search of a new opportunity than apply here today and submit your CV and in WORD format. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$80,000 - AU$110,000, per year, immediate start
        • full-time
        For our Clients, we are currently seeking two individuals to assist with System Implementationshort term opportunity to assist with System implementation within the broader HR and Recruitment teamHR Analyst, L&D experience highly advantageous to support the team with reporting and Stakeholder engagement Any system implementation experiment relevant and MYOB and Oracle experience highly advantageous The Clients: Both Clients are highly regarded and established organisations based centrally in Brisbane. With a broader HR team and interesting projects happening, this is a great chance to boost the resume. The Role: Reporting to the HR Manager you will work in a team environment and undertake analysis and reporting of statistical HR information. You willTesting and logging IT issues with the new System Provide operational and strategic HRIS information pertaining to workforce management and staffing trends, possibly utilising this data for benchmarking purposesAnalysis of data and preparation of complex reportsCompile statistical information and utilise this for monthly and ad hoc reports and requests for information.Distribution of reports to team leaders and line managersAnalysis and preparation of HR data relating to budget preparationMonitor and analyse HR information to ensure compliance with statutory, business unit and departmental requirements.Liaise with clients both internally and externally to ensure a consistently high level of service delivery, data analysis and reporting.You will have advanced skills with Microsoft Office (esp. Excel) as well as a strong background with an HRIS system. You will be proficient in the extraction and manipulation of data coupled with the ability to plan and organise in order to ensure deadlines are met. You will form an integral part of the HR team and enjoy working in a cooperative and forward-thinking environment.To apply, please use the button below. Alternatively, please call Lilia on 0419 872 196 or ldoering@hrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion, or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        For our Clients, we are currently seeking two individuals to assist with System Implementationshort term opportunity to assist with System implementation within the broader HR and Recruitment teamHR Analyst, L&D experience highly advantageous to support the team with reporting and Stakeholder engagement Any system implementation experiment relevant and MYOB and Oracle experience highly advantageous The Clients: Both Clients are highly regarded and established organisations based centrally in Brisbane. With a broader HR team and interesting projects happening, this is a great chance to boost the resume. The Role: Reporting to the HR Manager you will work in a team environment and undertake analysis and reporting of statistical HR information. You willTesting and logging IT issues with the new System Provide operational and strategic HRIS information pertaining to workforce management and staffing trends, possibly utilising this data for benchmarking purposesAnalysis of data and preparation of complex reportsCompile statistical information and utilise this for monthly and ad hoc reports and requests for information.Distribution of reports to team leaders and line managersAnalysis and preparation of HR data relating to budget preparationMonitor and analyse HR information to ensure compliance with statutory, business unit and departmental requirements.Liaise with clients both internally and externally to ensure a consistently high level of service delivery, data analysis and reporting.You will have advanced skills with Microsoft Office (esp. Excel) as well as a strong background with an HRIS system. You will be proficient in the extraction and manipulation of data coupled with the ability to plan and organise in order to ensure deadlines are met. You will form an integral part of the HR team and enjoy working in a cooperative and forward-thinking environment.To apply, please use the button below. Alternatively, please call Lilia on 0419 872 196 or ldoering@hrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion, or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$110,000 - AU$130,000 per year
        • full-time
        Your Company I am working with a Qld based construction company who have an excellent reputation in the market and as a result of their continued success their pipeline for the remainder of 2021 and 2022 is looking very strong! They have just picked up another $50m education project and need an experienced General Foreman to join their organisation. This company have built their strong reputation on delivering projects on time and on budget, resulting in repeat business. They have a strong focus on staff retention and development, believing they are the real asset of the company. They have a great record of staff retention and have a great "family feel" to their company culture. Your JobTo be successful in securing this job you will have recent experience as a General Foreman on a mixture of commercial new build projects worth $30m and above. You will also have a proven track record of hitting key milestones on time. Reporting directly to the Project Manger, you will be responsible for the co-ordination of the trades people and sub-contractors on site and be able to push the project in order to achieve timely milestones. Great career progression as the company anticipates a strong growth in the years to come, creating more opportunities internally.Ideally you will be able to organise a working program. Your Experience and Qualifications Must have recent experience as a General Foreman on commercial projects (with tower crane experience)You must be able to show longevity with previous companiesConfidence in your abilities to communicate with management and sub contractors alikeHave the ability to work both autonomously and as a part of a teamExperience in writing reports, monthly and ongoingUnderstanding of key milestones in the commercial build construction process Your Career In return, the successful candidate will be rewarded with working for a leading company who offer an excellent remuneration package. For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact Christian Moy on email Christian.moy@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Your Company I am working with a Qld based construction company who have an excellent reputation in the market and as a result of their continued success their pipeline for the remainder of 2021 and 2022 is looking very strong! They have just picked up another $50m education project and need an experienced General Foreman to join their organisation. This company have built their strong reputation on delivering projects on time and on budget, resulting in repeat business. They have a strong focus on staff retention and development, believing they are the real asset of the company. They have a great record of staff retention and have a great "family feel" to their company culture. Your JobTo be successful in securing this job you will have recent experience as a General Foreman on a mixture of commercial new build projects worth $30m and above. You will also have a proven track record of hitting key milestones on time. Reporting directly to the Project Manger, you will be responsible for the co-ordination of the trades people and sub-contractors on site and be able to push the project in order to achieve timely milestones. Great career progression as the company anticipates a strong growth in the years to come, creating more opportunities internally.Ideally you will be able to organise a working program. Your Experience and Qualifications Must have recent experience as a General Foreman on commercial projects (with tower crane experience)You must be able to show longevity with previous companiesConfidence in your abilities to communicate with management and sub contractors alikeHave the ability to work both autonomously and as a part of a teamExperience in writing reports, monthly and ongoingUnderstanding of key milestones in the commercial build construction process Your Career In return, the successful candidate will be rewarded with working for a leading company who offer an excellent remuneration package. For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact Christian Moy on email Christian.moy@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$130,000 - AU$150,000 per year
        • full-time
        Your companyMy client is a long standing, SEQ, family run, mid-tier commercial & industrial builder, with an excellent reputation in the market. As a result of their continued success they are in urgent need of a Project Manager for the delivery of commercial and industrial projects from $5m - $20m.This company have built their reputation on delivering projects on time and under budget and have a strong history of report work with their clients. They have a strong focus on staff retention and building teams that work collaboratively with the client and their subcontractors whilst still remaining focused on their desired company outcome.They consider their staff their most valuable asset and invest a lot of money back into development and training and as a result they have one of the most efficient and professional outfits in the market today.Your PositionTo be successful in this role you will have recent experience working for the builder as a new build Project Manager on a mixture of industrial, child care, retail, education and health projects between $1m - $20m.You will be responsible for the co-ordination of site teams and be able to push the project in order to achieve timely milestones. You will have excellent stake holder management skills as the relationship between their clients and their sub-contractor base is extremely important to them.Your Experience and QualificationsCompletion of Constructon Management degreeMinimum 5 years experience as a Project Manager working for the builder on mid-tier commercial projectsD&C experienceTrack record delivery of projects between $2m - $20m from design phase to completionCapable of managing multiple projects at onceExcellent financial acumen (reporting and forecasting)Experience in writing reports, monthly and ongoingOverseen projects from design phase through to completionConfidence in your abilities to communicate with Senior Management and sub contractors alikeYour CareerIn return, the successful candidate will be rewarded with working for a leading company who offer an excellent remuneration package. For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact Christian Moy on 07 3031 3217 or email christian.moy@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Your companyMy client is a long standing, SEQ, family run, mid-tier commercial & industrial builder, with an excellent reputation in the market. As a result of their continued success they are in urgent need of a Project Manager for the delivery of commercial and industrial projects from $5m - $20m.This company have built their reputation on delivering projects on time and under budget and have a strong history of report work with their clients. They have a strong focus on staff retention and building teams that work collaboratively with the client and their subcontractors whilst still remaining focused on their desired company outcome.They consider their staff their most valuable asset and invest a lot of money back into development and training and as a result they have one of the most efficient and professional outfits in the market today.Your PositionTo be successful in this role you will have recent experience working for the builder as a new build Project Manager on a mixture of industrial, child care, retail, education and health projects between $1m - $20m.You will be responsible for the co-ordination of site teams and be able to push the project in order to achieve timely milestones. You will have excellent stake holder management skills as the relationship between their clients and their sub-contractor base is extremely important to them.Your Experience and QualificationsCompletion of Constructon Management degreeMinimum 5 years experience as a Project Manager working for the builder on mid-tier commercial projectsD&C experienceTrack record delivery of projects between $2m - $20m from design phase to completionCapable of managing multiple projects at onceExcellent financial acumen (reporting and forecasting)Experience in writing reports, monthly and ongoingOverseen projects from design phase through to completionConfidence in your abilities to communicate with Senior Management and sub contractors alikeYour CareerIn return, the successful candidate will be rewarded with working for a leading company who offer an excellent remuneration package. For a confidential discussion of this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact Christian Moy on 07 3031 3217 or email christian.moy@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$36.00 - AU$37.00, per hour, EBA Allowances + 9 day fortnight
        • full-time
        Do you have experience in civil construction on timber and concrete structures? This is an opportunity for ongoing work across a range of bridge maintenance and construction projects for Brisbane City Council. You will be based out of a Brisbane City Council depot in Kangaroo Point.About your new roleYou will assist with the maintenance and building of concrete and timber bridges around Brisbane. You will be someone who adheres to WHS practices. Some of your duties may include:Installing girders, headstocks, columns, deckings and handrails.Building and erecting formwork and formwork shutters for pile cappings, abutments, headstocks, columns and slabs.Steel fixing.Interpretation of and working from site specification plans and drawings.Dogman and rigging duties.Elevated Work Platform (EWP) operation.Truck operation.Material collection and delivery to site.What you will need to exceedIt is essential that you have the following tickets and licenses:Valid MR or HR truck licenceWorking at heightsEWPWhat you will get in returnBrisbane City Council is one of the biggest civil construction and maintenance employers in Queensland. There are many benefits includingVariety in size and location of projects.competitive EBA rates including overtime, allowances and penalty rates where applicableNext stepsIf you are ready to join as a bridge team member with Brisbane City Council send your resume today.Have a question before applying? Please email bcc@randstad.com.auIf this role isn’t right for you, we often have other Trade and labour positions including electrical, mechanics, panel beating, plumbing, fitting and turning, carpentry, automotive and general labour related vacancies. Email bcc@randstad.com.au to be added to the talent pool.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 experience in civil construction on timber and concrete structures? This is an opportunity for ongoing work across a range of bridge maintenance and construction projects for Brisbane City Council. You will be based out of a Brisbane City Council depot in Kangaroo Point.About your new roleYou will assist with the maintenance and building of concrete and timber bridges around Brisbane. You will be someone who adheres to WHS practices. Some of your duties may include:Installing girders, headstocks, columns, deckings and handrails.Building and erecting formwork and formwork shutters for pile cappings, abutments, headstocks, columns and slabs.Steel fixing.Interpretation of and working from site specification plans and drawings.Dogman and rigging duties.Elevated Work Platform (EWP) operation.Truck operation.Material collection and delivery to site.What you will need to exceedIt is essential that you have the following tickets and licenses:Valid MR or HR truck licenceWorking at heightsEWPWhat you will get in returnBrisbane City Council is one of the biggest civil construction and maintenance employers in Queensland. There are many benefits includingVariety in size and location of projects.competitive EBA rates including overtime, allowances and penalty rates where applicableNext stepsIf you are ready to join as a bridge team member with Brisbane City Council send your resume today.Have a question before applying? Please email bcc@randstad.com.auIf this role isn’t right for you, we often have other Trade and labour positions including electrical, mechanics, panel beating, plumbing, fitting and turning, carpentry, automotive and general labour related vacancies. Email bcc@randstad.com.au to be added to the talent pool.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$120,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is proud to be partnering with a IT Solutions Company 7km south of Brisbane CBD to assist with the recruitment of a Level 3 Project Engineer. This organisation has an excellent working culture and the regular organise team building events & look after their close knit team. Work with the latest technology & join an award winning Managed Service Provider with a varied and high profile client base. To be successful in this position you will need to have: Minimum of 5 years’ experience providing IT support in a similar Customer Service RoleExcellent proficiency of the English language (both written and verbal)Expert knowledge to Windows Remote Desktop and VDI environmentsStrong Exposure to Microsoft Exchange and SQLAdvanced troubleshooting with VMware or Hyper-VSound Networking skills – CCNA certification or equivalent experience an advantageAdvanced Firewall KnowledgeWindows Operating System Maintenance and TroubleshootingAdvanced Microsoft Server Management (Active Directory / Group Policy).Advanced PowerShell scriptingExposure to Office 365 and Cloud migrationsAt least one industry certification such as Microsoft, Citrix, Cisco or similar.Valid driver's license and own car.Technologies you will be supporting; Windows 2012,2016,2019 ServerOffice 2013, 2016, o365Cisco, HP, Sophos, Fortigate networking equipmentCitrix Xendesktop VDI, NetscalerNetapp and other storage devicesVMware vSphere and Hyper-V SCVMMDell Wyse and iGEL thin terminals.Synology and NetApp, storage devicesSkype 4 Business and 3CX phone systems.Exchange 2016, Exchange Online via PowershellAzure AD, Security/Compliance and TeamsTrend Deep Security, WebrootVeeam, Backup ExecThis is an excellent opportunity to join this growing Australian business that offers a fantastic and friendly culture. For more information on this position please apply via the link or send your resume to shona.morrin@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.
        Randstad is proud to be partnering with a IT Solutions Company 7km south of Brisbane CBD to assist with the recruitment of a Level 3 Project Engineer. This organisation has an excellent working culture and the regular organise team building events & look after their close knit team. Work with the latest technology & join an award winning Managed Service Provider with a varied and high profile client base. To be successful in this position you will need to have: Minimum of 5 years’ experience providing IT support in a similar Customer Service RoleExcellent proficiency of the English language (both written and verbal)Expert knowledge to Windows Remote Desktop and VDI environmentsStrong Exposure to Microsoft Exchange and SQLAdvanced troubleshooting with VMware or Hyper-VSound Networking skills – CCNA certification or equivalent experience an advantageAdvanced Firewall KnowledgeWindows Operating System Maintenance and TroubleshootingAdvanced Microsoft Server Management (Active Directory / Group Policy).Advanced PowerShell scriptingExposure to Office 365 and Cloud migrationsAt least one industry certification such as Microsoft, Citrix, Cisco or similar.Valid driver's license and own car.Technologies you will be supporting; Windows 2012,2016,2019 ServerOffice 2013, 2016, o365Cisco, HP, Sophos, Fortigate networking equipmentCitrix Xendesktop VDI, NetscalerNetapp and other storage devicesVMware vSphere and Hyper-V SCVMMDell Wyse and iGEL thin terminals.Synology and NetApp, storage devicesSkype 4 Business and 3CX phone systems.Exchange 2016, Exchange Online via PowershellAzure AD, Security/Compliance and TeamsTrend Deep Security, WebrootVeeam, Backup ExecThis is an excellent opportunity to join this growing Australian business that offers a fantastic and friendly culture. For more information on this position please apply via the link or send your resume to shona.morrin@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • temporary
        • AU$38.39 - AU$38.39, per hour, including superannuation
        • part-time
        You will be paid an hourly rate of $38.39 including super*. *Super is paid according to legislative requirements. We pride ourselves in helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. Randstad Education is busy placing Diploma Educators or Certificate III in Early Childhood and Care childcare centres throughout Brisbane. We have casual positions open now for Childcare Educators who enjoy the day to day responsibility of working in an early childhood learning environment, ensuring the smooth running of centre activities and procedures. With a working understanding of the Early Learning Framework, you will assist with implementing a consistent daily routine for the children in your care, participate in both indoor and outdoor activities, liaise with parents and families and ensure a safe environment is upheld at all times. Administration and other ad hoc duties may also be required consistent with your qualification. We care about ensuring our future experts are nurtured and taught by the best people. We also care about making sure we choose the perfect people for the right centre. Qualification Requirements:Diploma in early childhood education and Care ORCertificate III in early childhood education and Care OREarly Childhood TeacherExperience in an early years environment preferred but not essentialAustralian or equivalent qualificationsWhy Join Randstad as an Educator?Extensive number of educational centres, schools and daycare centresGovernment, Catholic and Independent centresOur providers are extensively screened regarding service standards, care, and offer best in industry child to educator ratiosDevelop your career with us as your experience and qualifications growWe care about ensuring our future experts are nurtured and taught by the best people. We also care about making sure we choose the perfect people for the right centre, school or institution.PLEASE NOTE: NOMINATION/SPONSORSHIP FOR VISAS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR CASUAL EMPLOYMENT. Please only apply if you have valid work rights for Australia. How to apply if you have work rights in Australia: Click APPLY NOW! Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 to speak directly with a Candidate Administrator if you have any questions. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/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.
        You will be paid an hourly rate of $38.39 including super*. *Super is paid according to legislative requirements. We pride ourselves in helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. Randstad Education is busy placing Diploma Educators or Certificate III in Early Childhood and Care childcare centres throughout Brisbane. We have casual positions open now for Childcare Educators who enjoy the day to day responsibility of working in an early childhood learning environment, ensuring the smooth running of centre activities and procedures. With a working understanding of the Early Learning Framework, you will assist with implementing a consistent daily routine for the children in your care, participate in both indoor and outdoor activities, liaise with parents and families and ensure a safe environment is upheld at all times. Administration and other ad hoc duties may also be required consistent with your qualification. We care about ensuring our future experts are nurtured and taught by the best people. We also care about making sure we choose the perfect people for the right centre. Qualification Requirements:Diploma in early childhood education and Care ORCertificate III in early childhood education and Care OREarly Childhood TeacherExperience in an early years environment preferred but not essentialAustralian or equivalent qualificationsWhy Join Randstad as an Educator?Extensive number of educational centres, schools and daycare centresGovernment, Catholic and Independent centresOur providers are extensively screened regarding service standards, care, and offer best in industry child to educator ratiosDevelop your career with us as your experience and qualifications growWe care about ensuring our future experts are nurtured and taught by the best people. We also care about making sure we choose the perfect people for the right centre, school or institution.PLEASE NOTE: NOMINATION/SPONSORSHIP FOR VISAS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR CASUAL EMPLOYMENT. Please only apply if you have valid work rights for Australia. How to apply if you have work rights in Australia: Click APPLY NOW! Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 to speak directly with a Candidate Administrator if you have any questions. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • AU$53,000 - AU$57,000 per year
        • full-time
        Be part of a supportive team working within not-for-profit and health. We are seeking administrators with a strong attention to detail and accuracy, ready to start a new role in June!The Role Ensure that clientele are added to the relevant services scheme and updates are made as quickly as possible so that they can obtain their subsidised products, attend events and connect with other people who experience the same challenges. This position would be ideal for someone with an administration or data entry background. Duties include Enter accurate information into the central database to ensure requirements and internal and external KPI’s are met.Complete allocated activities efficiently and effectively capturing information and processing in multiple systems simultaneously.Liaise with Health Professionals to update information as required.Scanning and transferring information from scanned documents to online systems with a high degree of accuracy About you Demonstrated computer skills with a focus on accuracy, speed and attention to detail alpha/numerical minimum 50wpm and greater than 90% accuracyAbility to understand and interpret handwriting from various documentsTakes responsibility to deliver outcomesDemonstrated administrative skills, including adherence to procedures and escalating issuesGenuine, honest, hard-working, motivated person, that takes pride in their work, who can work in a team, or on their own.Ability to use Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Adobe Acrobat Reader DCAbility to obtain a satisfactory National Police Records CheckThis is an excellent opportunity to build a career with the organisation at the forefront of the industry. Please do not hesitate to ‘APPLY’ or email kim.pearson@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.
        Be part of a supportive team working within not-for-profit and health. We are seeking administrators with a strong attention to detail and accuracy, ready to start a new role in June!The Role Ensure that clientele are added to the relevant services scheme and updates are made as quickly as possible so that they can obtain their subsidised products, attend events and connect with other people who experience the same challenges. This position would be ideal for someone with an administration or data entry background. Duties include Enter accurate information into the central database to ensure requirements and internal and external KPI’s are met.Complete allocated activities efficiently and effectively capturing information and processing in multiple systems simultaneously.Liaise with Health Professionals to update information as required.Scanning and transferring information from scanned documents to online systems with a high degree of accuracy About you Demonstrated computer skills with a focus on accuracy, speed and attention to detail alpha/numerical minimum 50wpm and greater than 90% accuracyAbility to understand and interpret handwriting from various documentsTakes responsibility to deliver outcomesDemonstrated administrative skills, including adherence to procedures and escalating issuesGenuine, honest, hard-working, motivated person, that takes pride in their work, who can work in a team, or on their own.Ability to use Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Adobe Acrobat Reader DCAbility to obtain a satisfactory National Police Records CheckThis is an excellent opportunity to build a career with the organisation at the forefront of the industry. Please do not hesitate to ‘APPLY’ or email kim.pearson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • contract
        • AU$110,000 - AU$130,000 per year
        • full-time
        CompanyOur client is a well-established company within the commercial construction industry specializing in medical and office fit-out and refurbishments. This is a fantastic opportunity with immediate and upcoming contract roles for an experienced Site Manager to work for a team-first builder that offers a great work-life balance. and its activities, including:Programming and coordination of subcontractors, suppliers, and materials deliveries. Developing and building a strong rapport with site teams, internal and external stakeholdersLiaison with the client ensuring successful delivery of the project to scheduleManagement of the construction program along with the Project ManagerLiaison with the commercial team to identify variations and claimsManaging OHS compliance on-site including site inductionTo be considered for the role of Site Manager you will require:Experience in Commercial Fit-out space (Medical and office projects highly regarded) Client-focused approach (presentable and confident)Sound knowledge of the QLD construction market including sub-contractors etcDrive and focus to progress careerHighly skilled in OH&S and IRTrade qualification QBCC Site Supervisor License preferred but not essentialHow to apply:Please apply directly and for those looking at other opportunities in the QLD construction market or for any further questions I can be contacted on details below;LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/reubenlennon/ E - reuben.lennon@randstad.com.auM - 0438 102 863At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        CompanyOur client is a well-established company within the commercial construction industry specializing in medical and office fit-out and refurbishments. This is a fantastic opportunity with immediate and upcoming contract roles for an experienced Site Manager to work for a team-first builder that offers a great work-life balance. and its activities, including:Programming and coordination of subcontractors, suppliers, and materials deliveries. Developing and building a strong rapport with site teams, internal and external stakeholdersLiaison with the client ensuring successful delivery of the project to scheduleManagement of the construction program along with the Project ManagerLiaison with the commercial team to identify variations and claimsManaging OHS compliance on-site including site inductionTo be considered for the role of Site Manager you will require:Experience in Commercial Fit-out space (Medical and office projects highly regarded) Client-focused approach (presentable and confident)Sound knowledge of the QLD construction market including sub-contractors etcDrive and focus to progress careerHighly skilled in OH&S and IRTrade qualification QBCC Site Supervisor License preferred but not essentialHow to apply:Please apply directly and for those looking at other opportunities in the QLD construction market or for any further questions I can be contacted on details below;LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/reubenlennon/ E - reuben.lennon@randstad.com.auM - 0438 102 863At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • temporary
        • AU$31.67 - AU$31.67, per hour, Including Super
        • part-time
        Join our growing database of casual early learning educators locally, nationally, and internationally. With over 20 years of expertise in the early childhood and education sector, we enjoy a proud reputation for service in one of the fastest-growing sectors across Australia. You will be paid an hourly rate of $31.67 including super*. *Super is paid according to legislative requirements. We pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. Location: Nundah, Aspley, Geebung, Taigum, Bald Hills About you:You will be available a minimum of 2 days per weekYou will need valid work rights for AustraliaHave easy access to transportA motivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programs.Studying towards such qualifications as Cert III/ Diploma/Bachelor in Early Childhood, Bachelor of Education, Nursing, Counselling, Community Services or anything to do with helping and supporting children.Must have a Paid Blue Card (or willing to obtain)Why Join Randstad as an Educator?An extensive number of educational centers, schools, and daycare centersOur providers are extensively screened regarding service standards, care, and offer best in industry child to educator ratiosDevelop your career with us as your experience and qualifications growAcknowledgment programs and candidate of the month awardsEasy to manage your own availability via our candidate portal, or liaise by phone through our consulting or after-hours teamHow to apply Click APPLY NOW! Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) to speak directly with a Candidate Administrator if you have any questions. Refer a friend: Know any excellent EY / Early years educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ 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 our growing database of casual early learning educators locally, nationally, and internationally. With over 20 years of expertise in the early childhood and education sector, we enjoy a proud reputation for service in one of the fastest-growing sectors across Australia. You will be paid an hourly rate of $31.67 including super*. *Super is paid according to legislative requirements. We pride ourselves on helping you in your career and promise to contact you after your application has been received. Location: Nundah, Aspley, Geebung, Taigum, Bald Hills About you:You will be available a minimum of 2 days per weekYou will need valid work rights for AustraliaHave easy access to transportA motivation to work with children to implement quality, engaging, and activity-based programs.Studying towards such qualifications as Cert III/ Diploma/Bachelor in Early Childhood, Bachelor of Education, Nursing, Counselling, Community Services or anything to do with helping and supporting children.Must have a Paid Blue Card (or willing to obtain)Why Join Randstad as an Educator?An extensive number of educational centers, schools, and daycare centersOur providers are extensively screened regarding service standards, care, and offer best in industry child to educator ratiosDevelop your career with us as your experience and qualifications growAcknowledgment programs and candidate of the month awardsEasy to manage your own availability via our candidate portal, or liaise by phone through our consulting or after-hours teamHow to apply Click APPLY NOW! Call our friendly Registration Team on 1300 360 014 (press option 1) to speak directly with a Candidate Administrator if you have any questions. Refer a friend: Know any excellent EY / Early years educators in your region? Refer a fellow educator to Randstad Education and you could earn a $100 visa card bonus! Ask friends to also send their CV to register.education@randstad.com.au or call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply. Don't forget to 'like' us on our 'Randstad Education Australia' Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest news and exciting events within our Education Community and visit our website at https://www.randstad.com.au/education/ At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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