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        • goulburn, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$33.00 - AU$33.00, per hour, superannuation
        • full-time
        About the Role:As an experienced Administration Officer, you may be responsible for a large amount of data entry working with financials or providing customer service with booking virtual and in-person meetings.Duties and Responsibilities:High volume of data entry and systems managementUsing Microsoft Office programs to complete tasks as neededProvide customer service as needed (over the phone)Booking virtual and in-person appointmentsCollect and manage documents using EDRMS (Electronic Documents and Records Management System)Other administrative tasks as requiredAbout You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - administration, financial, data entryExceptional customer service and interpersonal skillsStrong computer skills - Microsoft Office and EDRMS preferredAble to work with sensitive and confidential information If you are interested, available immediately and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a Criminal Record Check and provide two viable reference checks.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 Role:As an experienced Administration Officer, you may be responsible for a large amount of data entry working with financials or providing customer service with booking virtual and in-person meetings.Duties and Responsibilities:High volume of data entry and systems managementUsing Microsoft Office programs to complete tasks as neededProvide customer service as needed (over the phone)Booking virtual and in-person appointmentsCollect and manage documents using EDRMS (Electronic Documents and Records Management System)Other administrative tasks as requiredAbout You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - administration, financial, data entryExceptional customer service and interpersonal skillsStrong computer skills - Microsoft Office and EDRMS preferredAble to work with sensitive and confidential information If you are interested, available immediately and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a Criminal Record Check and provide two viable reference checks.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$50.00 - AU$90.00, per hour, + super
        • full-time
        There is currently significant demand for projects professionals of all levels across the NSW Government, working from home as well as offices in Parramatta and the CBD. Clients include:NSW Department of EducationNSW Ministry of HealthTransport for NSWNSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment...and more!Contracts are available to candidates at the following levels:Project Officer - grade 7/8Senior Project Officer - grade 9/10Project Manager - grade 11/12Desirable skills and experience (not required): formal project management qualifications or experience, logistics coordination, IT deployments, energy markets experience, education/careers experience Please submit an application to this job ad or contact jessica.mazon@randstad.com.au to be considered for current openings. 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.
        There is currently significant demand for projects professionals of all levels across the NSW Government, working from home as well as offices in Parramatta and the CBD. Clients include:NSW Department of EducationNSW Ministry of HealthTransport for NSWNSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment...and more!Contracts are available to candidates at the following levels:Project Officer - grade 7/8Senior Project Officer - grade 9/10Project Manager - grade 11/12Desirable skills and experience (not required): formal project management qualifications or experience, logistics coordination, IT deployments, energy markets experience, education/careers experience Please submit an application to this job ad or contact jessica.mazon@randstad.com.au to be considered for current openings. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • penrith, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$52.00 - AU$54.00, per hour, superannuation
        • full-time
        The Role:Manage and resolve a caseload of complaintsAssess moderately complex complaints and perform conciliations as neededMonitor incoming complaints and status, ensuring high-risk complaints are resolved promptRequest relevant information to process complaintsPrepare complaints documentationCommunicate with a diverse group of stakeholders to facilitate the efficiency of the complaints handling processLiaise with managers regularly regarding caseloadWork in accordance with statutory provisions and legislative requirementsProvide coaching, mentoring and guidance to others About You:Experience in complaints or dispute resolution - mandatoryLeadership experience/ skillsHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Government experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disabilityMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Potential for contract extensionLocated conveniently near public transportDevelop your career in the public sector If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within*. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and potentially a Baseline Security Clearance. You will also be required to provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        The Role:Manage and resolve a caseload of complaintsAssess moderately complex complaints and perform conciliations as neededMonitor incoming complaints and status, ensuring high-risk complaints are resolved promptRequest relevant information to process complaintsPrepare complaints documentationCommunicate with a diverse group of stakeholders to facilitate the efficiency of the complaints handling processLiaise with managers regularly regarding caseloadWork in accordance with statutory provisions and legislative requirementsProvide coaching, mentoring and guidance to others About You:Experience in complaints or dispute resolution - mandatoryLeadership experience/ skillsHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Government experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disabilityMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Potential for contract extensionLocated conveniently near public transportDevelop your career in the public sector If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within*. *Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and potentially a Baseline Security Clearance. You will also be required to provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$40.00 - AU$44.00, per hour, Super
        • full-time
        Role:In a small team of 4, you will be responsible for liaising with a range of clients and consumers to assist with classification application matters. Duties include:Work collaboratively with external clients and the Classification BoardBuild and maintain stakeholder relationshipsProcessing applications: ensuring they are completed accuratelyGeneral administration: responding to emails and preparing written correspondence for a range of stakeholdersInforming stakeholders on the decisions made (using written templates)Respond to enquiries, complaints and applications classification issuesManage own workload, often comprising several competing prioritiesReview work of less experienced team members and some contracted staffUndertake the administration, including some research and analysis activitiesContribute new ideas and provide sound advice, which influences the decisions made by othersIdentify and mitigate risks that may impact the Classification BoardsUnderstand relevant legislation and policy frameworks to assist clients and the Classification. Criteria: The agency is seeking a candidate who is able to demonstrate a wide range of key skills, including:All applicants MUST be Australian CitizensThe successful candidate will need to undergo a Baseline (Protected) Security Clearance - an in depth police check. If you already have clearance this is highly preferredStrong communication skills (written and verbal)An ability to follow specific procedures and guidelines Ability to produce written communication that is clear, concise and is readily understood by the intended audience and effectively presenting ideas and advice. Next Steps:Shortlisted candidates will be contacted between: 8th - 15th JuneSelected candidates will likely interview with the Government agency between: 10th - 15th JuneThe successful applicant will likely commence: end June or start of July 2022.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.
        Role:In a small team of 4, you will be responsible for liaising with a range of clients and consumers to assist with classification application matters. Duties include:Work collaboratively with external clients and the Classification BoardBuild and maintain stakeholder relationshipsProcessing applications: ensuring they are completed accuratelyGeneral administration: responding to emails and preparing written correspondence for a range of stakeholdersInforming stakeholders on the decisions made (using written templates)Respond to enquiries, complaints and applications classification issuesManage own workload, often comprising several competing prioritiesReview work of less experienced team members and some contracted staffUndertake the administration, including some research and analysis activitiesContribute new ideas and provide sound advice, which influences the decisions made by othersIdentify and mitigate risks that may impact the Classification BoardsUnderstand relevant legislation and policy frameworks to assist clients and the Classification. Criteria: The agency is seeking a candidate who is able to demonstrate a wide range of key skills, including:All applicants MUST be Australian CitizensThe successful candidate will need to undergo a Baseline (Protected) Security Clearance - an in depth police check. If you already have clearance this is highly preferredStrong communication skills (written and verbal)An ability to follow specific procedures and guidelines Ability to produce written communication that is clear, concise and is readily understood by the intended audience and effectively presenting ideas and advice. Next Steps:Shortlisted candidates will be contacted between: 8th - 15th JuneSelected candidates will likely interview with the Government agency between: 10th - 15th JuneThe successful applicant will likely commence: end June or start of July 2022.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • excellant hourly rate
        • full-time
        Based southwest of Sydney, council is looking for an experienced PMO officer to join their newly created PMO team. Reporting to the PMO manager and working alongside a team of 3 you will be responsible for preparing scope of works including obtaining all necessary approval from relevant bodies, detailing forward delivery plans and budget estimates and managing and reporting on plan and budget performance. In this role you will be tasked with cost estimation of different activities, reviewing contractors’ management plans (traffic control plans, environmental, quality and WHS management plans) and assisting the project management office team. You will work with the wider project and design teams and other relevant stakeholders in the organisation to resolve issues with projects. You will review and manage business risk by providing regular updates and communication for both operational and capital projects that impact any related areas within the council and the community.To be successful in this role you will have engineering/construction or project management qualifications or have extensive experience working in a PMO office environment. You will have experience in data management and project management methodologies. If this is something that sparks your interest and you meet the above requirements, click "apply" below to submit your resume/application. If you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 or alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@randstad.com.au.If this role isn't quite right for you but you are looking for new opportunities please call for a confidential discussion on other roles we are recruiting.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Based southwest of Sydney, council is looking for an experienced PMO officer to join their newly created PMO team. Reporting to the PMO manager and working alongside a team of 3 you will be responsible for preparing scope of works including obtaining all necessary approval from relevant bodies, detailing forward delivery plans and budget estimates and managing and reporting on plan and budget performance. In this role you will be tasked with cost estimation of different activities, reviewing contractors’ management plans (traffic control plans, environmental, quality and WHS management plans) and assisting the project management office team. You will work with the wider project and design teams and other relevant stakeholders in the organisation to resolve issues with projects. You will review and manage business risk by providing regular updates and communication for both operational and capital projects that impact any related areas within the council and the community.To be successful in this role you will have engineering/construction or project management qualifications or have extensive experience working in a PMO office environment. You will have experience in data management and project management methodologies. If this is something that sparks your interest and you meet the above requirements, click "apply" below to submit your resume/application. If you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 or alternatively you can email at noelle.kielty@randstad.com.au.If this role isn't quite right for you but you are looking for new opportunities please call for a confidential discussion on other roles we are recruiting.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$60.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, Competitive
        • full-time
        Development Engineer A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Development Engineer to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based south west of Sydney, you would be joining a diverse and supportive team of professionals who callorate together to achieve council's objectives and champion community developmentThe RoleManaging engineering matters related to the development application process.Reviewing development applications and providing engineering technical advice.Issuing approvals required prior to the release of construction certificates.Ensuring stakeholder compliance with councils standards and specifications.Take responsibility for assessing land development jobs.Preparing reports with summary of assessed applications and internal projects, with conclusion based on evaluation.Liaising with the community, public authorities and government departments on development application matters.Ensure that appropriate amendments and conditions are imposed on applications to ensure a satisfactory engineering standard of development in accordance with council’s policies and development control plans.The PersonTo be successful in this position you will hold relevant qualifications in civil engineering. You will have experience in reviewing and processing development applications from an engineering perspective and experience in establishing engineering conditions of consent. To ApplyTo Apply “click apply” or send your CV to daniela.ribeiro@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.
        Development Engineer A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Development Engineer to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based south west of Sydney, you would be joining a diverse and supportive team of professionals who callorate together to achieve council's objectives and champion community developmentThe RoleManaging engineering matters related to the development application process.Reviewing development applications and providing engineering technical advice.Issuing approvals required prior to the release of construction certificates.Ensuring stakeholder compliance with councils standards and specifications.Take responsibility for assessing land development jobs.Preparing reports with summary of assessed applications and internal projects, with conclusion based on evaluation.Liaising with the community, public authorities and government departments on development application matters.Ensure that appropriate amendments and conditions are imposed on applications to ensure a satisfactory engineering standard of development in accordance with council’s policies and development control plans.The PersonTo be successful in this position you will hold relevant qualifications in civil engineering. You will have experience in reviewing and processing development applications from an engineering perspective and experience in establishing engineering conditions of consent. To ApplyTo Apply “click apply” or send your CV to daniela.ribeiro@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.
        • parramatta, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$65.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, plus super
        • full-time
        Key Responsibilities: Lead the development of energy efficiency calculators under the Energy Security Safeguard and Peak Demand Reduction Scheme of the NSW governmentEngage with industry to share findings and results via workshops, public consultation documents, etc. Key Skills:Technical background and understanding of energy markets and and energy efficiency technologiesStrong stakeholder engagement experience Ability to communicate effectively and produce supporting documentation and reports Please contact jessica.mazon@randstad.com.au for further information or apply now for immediate consideration. The cutoff for this role is Friday June 4th. 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.
        Key Responsibilities: Lead the development of energy efficiency calculators under the Energy Security Safeguard and Peak Demand Reduction Scheme of the NSW governmentEngage with industry to share findings and results via workshops, public consultation documents, etc. Key Skills:Technical background and understanding of energy markets and and energy efficiency technologiesStrong stakeholder engagement experience Ability to communicate effectively and produce supporting documentation and reports Please contact jessica.mazon@randstad.com.au for further information or apply now for immediate consideration. The cutoff for this role is Friday June 4th. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$60.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, Competitive
        • full-time
        Civil Engineer A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Civil/Design Engineer to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based south west of Sydney, you would be joining a diverse and supportive team of professionals who callorate together to achieve council's objectives and champion community development.The roleAs a Civil/Design Engineer, you will be responsible for:Investigating and developing designs for the completion of Council’s capital works projects including specifications and tender documents; Preparing estimates of costs for capital works projects; Managing interaction with residents, user groups and other stakeholders in a sensitive and professional manner; Identifying work problems and using judgement and problem solving techniques to resolve day to day issues encountered in achieving performance objectives outlined in works programs.The PersonTo be successful in this position you have a solid experience in road design and construction, footpath and drainage design and construction and other related engineering works and preparation of estimates. It is important to demonstrate ability to work in a diverse team environment, project management skills, and excellent conflict resolution skills. Degree in Civil Engineering is required.To ApplyTo Apply “click apply” or send your updated CV to daniela.ribeiro@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.
        Civil Engineer A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Civil/Design Engineer to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based south west of Sydney, you would be joining a diverse and supportive team of professionals who callorate together to achieve council's objectives and champion community development.The roleAs a Civil/Design Engineer, you will be responsible for:Investigating and developing designs for the completion of Council’s capital works projects including specifications and tender documents; Preparing estimates of costs for capital works projects; Managing interaction with residents, user groups and other stakeholders in a sensitive and professional manner; Identifying work problems and using judgement and problem solving techniques to resolve day to day issues encountered in achieving performance objectives outlined in works programs.The PersonTo be successful in this position you have a solid experience in road design and construction, footpath and drainage design and construction and other related engineering works and preparation of estimates. It is important to demonstrate ability to work in a diverse team environment, project management skills, and excellent conflict resolution skills. Degree in Civil Engineering is required.To ApplyTo Apply “click apply” or send your updated CV to daniela.ribeiro@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.
        • tamworth, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$35.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, superannuation
        • part-time
        About the Role:The APS3 Business/ Participant Support Officer role is responsible for supporting the needs of the wider team. The position oversees clerical and administrative support, and operational tasks including some basic research activities. The position requires public contact and will require communication with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. Duties and Responsibilities:Providing front of house / reception support for the local office, including participant enquiries.Managing the team’s shared email inbox, handling appointments and taking telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of office facilities, ensuring that facilities and equipment is neat and accessible.Undertaking research activities and preparing reports and correspondence as needed.Supporting internal teams by actioning tasks that do not require delegation.Performing a range of data entry activities and ensuring that follow up actions are completed.Receiving and recording feedback, including complaints, into the systems.About You:Demonstrated experience in office support/ administration.Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills.High-level communication skills (both written and verbal).Strong resilience with the ability to have difficult conversations.Government experience is highly regarded.Understanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatory.Australian citizenship.Benefits:Work for an community-oriented organisationStart or develop your career in the public sectorIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that as this position is with the Federal / Commonwealth Government, only Australian citizens are eligible to apply.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.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 Role:The APS3 Business/ Participant Support Officer role is responsible for supporting the needs of the wider team. The position oversees clerical and administrative support, and operational tasks including some basic research activities. The position requires public contact and will require communication with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. Duties and Responsibilities:Providing front of house / reception support for the local office, including participant enquiries.Managing the team’s shared email inbox, handling appointments and taking telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of office facilities, ensuring that facilities and equipment is neat and accessible.Undertaking research activities and preparing reports and correspondence as needed.Supporting internal teams by actioning tasks that do not require delegation.Performing a range of data entry activities and ensuring that follow up actions are completed.Receiving and recording feedback, including complaints, into the systems.About You:Demonstrated experience in office support/ administration.Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills.High-level communication skills (both written and verbal).Strong resilience with the ability to have difficult conversations.Government experience is highly regarded.Understanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatory.Australian citizenship.Benefits:Work for an community-oriented organisationStart or develop your career in the public sectorIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that as this position is with the Federal / Commonwealth Government, only Australian citizens are eligible to apply.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$30.00 - AU$35.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Randstad have been enlisted by the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs throughout the Local Government Elections 2021. We have a number of Call Centre/Customer Service assignments available with various contract lengths and dates. Your duties may include, but are not limited to Working in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into a databaseHandling a high volume of inbound calls, making outbound calls as necessaryManage and update databases, ensuring data is recorded correctlyFollowing a script and using correct legislative wordingAsk questions and escalate any complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout Yourself Courteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to people from different age groups and backgroundsStrong computer literacy skills, numeracy skills and attention to detailPatience and the ability to coach through process and solutions over the phoneAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set procedures/repetitive tasksThese roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we will not be able to engage you in these positions. If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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 have been enlisted by the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs throughout the Local Government Elections 2021. We have a number of Call Centre/Customer Service assignments available with various contract lengths and dates. Your duties may include, but are not limited to Working in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into a databaseHandling a high volume of inbound calls, making outbound calls as necessaryManage and update databases, ensuring data is recorded correctlyFollowing a script and using correct legislative wordingAsk questions and escalate any complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout Yourself Courteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to people from different age groups and backgroundsStrong computer literacy skills, numeracy skills and attention to detailPatience and the ability to coach through process and solutions over the phoneAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set procedures/repetitive tasksThese roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we will not be able to engage you in these positions. If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$30.00 - AU$35.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Randstad have been enlisted by the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs throughout the Local Government Elections 2021. We have a number of Call Centre/Customer Service assignments available with various contract lengths and dates. Your duties may include, but are not limited to Working in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into a databaseHandling a high volume of inbound calls, making outbound calls as necessaryManage and update databases, ensuring data is recorded correctlyFollowing a script and using correct legislative wordingAsk questions and escalate any complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout Yourself Courteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to people from different age groups and backgroundsStrong computer literacy skills, numeracy skills and attention to detailPatience and the ability to coach through process and solutions over the phoneAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set procedures/repetitive tasksThese roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we will not be able to engage you in these positions. If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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 have been enlisted by the NSW Electoral Commission to assist them with their recruitment needs throughout the Local Government Elections 2021. We have a number of Call Centre/Customer Service assignments available with various contract lengths and dates. Your duties may include, but are not limited to Working in a call centre environment, listening to and inputting the information into a databaseHandling a high volume of inbound calls, making outbound calls as necessaryManage and update databases, ensuring data is recorded correctlyFollowing a script and using correct legislative wordingAsk questions and escalate any complex inquiries/concerns to supervisors as neededAbout Yourself Courteous phone manner and ability to provide fantastic customer service to people from different age groups and backgroundsStrong computer literacy skills, numeracy skills and attention to detailPatience and the ability to coach through process and solutions over the phoneAble to follow written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set procedures/repetitive tasksThese roles require strict political neutrality. If you have an active or official connection with any political party, election campaign committee, or any nominated candidate we will not be able to engage you in these positions. If these opportunities are of interest to you, please apply within. If you have any questions please contact us via randstadlge2021@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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$40.00 - AU$70.00, per hour, Competitive
        • full-time
        Landscape Architect A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Landscape Architect to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based south west of Sydney, you would be joining a diverse and supportive team of professionals who callorate together to achieve council's objectives and champion community development.The roleResponsible for providing timely landscape advice to officers assessing Development Applications.Carry out inspections of completed landscape works for the purposes of issuing/confirming Occupation Certificates and Subdivision Certificates.Provide advice and information to Council, applicants, developers and the community on landscaping related matters in accordance with relevant legislation.Act as a central point of contact and expertise within the Development Assessment unit on landscape related matters working collaboratively with co-workers.In collaboration with the Team Leader Development Assessment Operations, provide assistance and input into the development of landscape operational policies related to Development Assessment. Provide professional input to the landscaping component of Council planning policies.Collaborate and communicate with Development Assessment team members to create an enthusiastic and motivated atmosphere where staff work to deliver quality outcomes in a timely manner.When necessary provide professional landscape design services for Council.The PersonYou are a great candidate if you have tertiary qualifications in Landscape Architecture or equivalent; suitable Landscape Design and Assessment experience; excellent verbal and written communication, conflict resolution and interpersonal skills; and you are self-motivated with an ability to work within a multidisciplinary team with minimal supervision.To ApplyTo be considered for the opportunity you can email daniela.ribeiro@randstad.com.au with your updated CV.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Landscape Architect A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Landscape Architect to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based south west of Sydney, you would be joining a diverse and supportive team of professionals who callorate together to achieve council's objectives and champion community development.The roleResponsible for providing timely landscape advice to officers assessing Development Applications.Carry out inspections of completed landscape works for the purposes of issuing/confirming Occupation Certificates and Subdivision Certificates.Provide advice and information to Council, applicants, developers and the community on landscaping related matters in accordance with relevant legislation.Act as a central point of contact and expertise within the Development Assessment unit on landscape related matters working collaboratively with co-workers.In collaboration with the Team Leader Development Assessment Operations, provide assistance and input into the development of landscape operational policies related to Development Assessment. Provide professional input to the landscaping component of Council planning policies.Collaborate and communicate with Development Assessment team members to create an enthusiastic and motivated atmosphere where staff work to deliver quality outcomes in a timely manner.When necessary provide professional landscape design services for Council.The PersonYou are a great candidate if you have tertiary qualifications in Landscape Architecture or equivalent; suitable Landscape Design and Assessment experience; excellent verbal and written communication, conflict resolution and interpersonal skills; and you are self-motivated with an ability to work within a multidisciplinary team with minimal supervision.To ApplyTo be considered for the opportunity you can email daniela.ribeiro@randstad.com.au with your updated CV.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • parramatta, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$52.00 - AU$53.00, per hour, superannuation
        • full-time
        The role:Assist with the development of systems regarding the extraction, linkage, management, monitoring, analysis and reporting of relevant data.Perform statistical analyses of data and associated datasets.Provide recommendations/ analytical advice to support the evaluation of data and datasets.Contribute to the development and tracking of key indicators.Prepare analytical reports for a varied audience, including regular reporting on key indicators and ministerial briefings.Provide subject matter expertise on reporting and data analysis, and the use of data for risk profiling and compliance.Provide support and guidance to stakeholders in the interpretation of analytical results.Support good documentation practices that contribute to effective processes.Lead and develop relevant data management policies and protocols, and monitor adherence to said policies.About You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - data analytics, business analyst etc.Strong reporting skillsHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Government experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatoryMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Potential for contract extensionLocated conveniently near public transportDevelop your career in the public sectorIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and a Baseline Security Clearance. You will also be required to provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        The role:Assist with the development of systems regarding the extraction, linkage, management, monitoring, analysis and reporting of relevant data.Perform statistical analyses of data and associated datasets.Provide recommendations/ analytical advice to support the evaluation of data and datasets.Contribute to the development and tracking of key indicators.Prepare analytical reports for a varied audience, including regular reporting on key indicators and ministerial briefings.Provide subject matter expertise on reporting and data analysis, and the use of data for risk profiling and compliance.Provide support and guidance to stakeholders in the interpretation of analytical results.Support good documentation practices that contribute to effective processes.Lead and develop relevant data management policies and protocols, and monitor adherence to said policies.About You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - data analytics, business analyst etc.Strong reporting skillsHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Government experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatoryMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Potential for contract extensionLocated conveniently near public transportDevelop your career in the public sectorIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and a Baseline Security Clearance. You will also be required to provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • wollongong, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$135,000 - AU$145,000, per year, plus benefits
        • full-time
        Transport for NSW is passionate about making our communities a better place to live, work and visit. Currently there is a once in a generation program delivering $60 billion of transport infrastructure works - to keep people and goods moving, connect communities and shape the future of our cities, centres and regions.We have multiple opportunities for Digital Engineering Managers to join the Infrastructure & Place division of Transport.With a growing list of road, rail & multi-modal infrastructure programs to support, the team manages the implementation and update of the digital engineering framework across project teams, internal & external stakeholders and delivery partners.You will have a passion for all things digital engineering (DE). The opportunity within Transport is to make transformation change in the industry, you will be hands-on working across the full project life-cycle. Some key accountabilities will be to; drive DE throughout a project to support early concept design, strategic business case, detail design, tender documentation through to construction and finally handover, lead DE technologies across projects and programs to enable improved project deliverables (ie, CAD, BIM, ECM), drive collaboration and cooperation with partners and stakeholders to contribute to continuous improvement of the TfNSW’s DE Framework.We are looking for tertiary qualified professionals who can demonstrate experience, across the project life-cycle, implementing DE specifications, standards, procedures and technology with consultants and contractors, stakeholders and delivery teams. Whilst working in the transport industry would be advantageous. We are looking for people with demonstrated technical experience from the building & commercial industries, healthcare, mining & resources, utilities and architecture. You can currently be client-side, consultant, contractor or sub-contractor. A can-do attitude, resilience and passion for the new way or working will ensure the onboarding and training provided bring you up to speed in record time.The leadership group are leaders in their field. This is an opportunity to work and learn from the best on some of the most significant transport projects in NSW's history.Office locations are flexible; Macquarie Park, Parramatta, Wollongong, Newcastle or other regional centres. Joining Transport for NSW, you’ll have access to a range of unique government benefits in a flexible work environment like no other; 17.5% leave loading, flex time, work from home arrangement plus a starting salary c.$135k - $145k.If you have any queries contact Andrew Pinkerton at andrew.pinkerton@randstad.com.au or 02 9233 9929. You must possess full working rights to apply for this role. Applications close on Wednesday the 26/05/2021 at 11:59pmAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Transport for NSW is passionate about making our communities a better place to live, work and visit. Currently there is a once in a generation program delivering $60 billion of transport infrastructure works - to keep people and goods moving, connect communities and shape the future of our cities, centres and regions.We have multiple opportunities for Digital Engineering Managers to join the Infrastructure & Place division of Transport.With a growing list of road, rail & multi-modal infrastructure programs to support, the team manages the implementation and update of the digital engineering framework across project teams, internal & external stakeholders and delivery partners.You will have a passion for all things digital engineering (DE). The opportunity within Transport is to make transformation change in the industry, you will be hands-on working across the full project life-cycle. Some key accountabilities will be to; drive DE throughout a project to support early concept design, strategic business case, detail design, tender documentation through to construction and finally handover, lead DE technologies across projects and programs to enable improved project deliverables (ie, CAD, BIM, ECM), drive collaboration and cooperation with partners and stakeholders to contribute to continuous improvement of the TfNSW’s DE Framework.We are looking for tertiary qualified professionals who can demonstrate experience, across the project life-cycle, implementing DE specifications, standards, procedures and technology with consultants and contractors, stakeholders and delivery teams. Whilst working in the transport industry would be advantageous. We are looking for people with demonstrated technical experience from the building & commercial industries, healthcare, mining & resources, utilities and architecture. You can currently be client-side, consultant, contractor or sub-contractor. A can-do attitude, resilience and passion for the new way or working will ensure the onboarding and training provided bring you up to speed in record time.The leadership group are leaders in their field. This is an opportunity to work and learn from the best on some of the most significant transport projects in NSW's history.Office locations are flexible; Macquarie Park, Parramatta, Wollongong, Newcastle or other regional centres. Joining Transport for NSW, you’ll have access to a range of unique government benefits in a flexible work environment like no other; 17.5% leave loading, flex time, work from home arrangement plus a starting salary c.$135k - $145k.If you have any queries contact Andrew Pinkerton at andrew.pinkerton@randstad.com.au or 02 9233 9929. You must possess full working rights to apply for this role. Applications close on Wednesday the 26/05/2021 at 11:59pmAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$32.00 - AU$38.00, per hour, + super
        • full-time
        Overview:Various temp/contract roles available at many Sydney based Local councilsSupporting teams & executives with various administrative tasksWorking 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm flexible)Close to public transportation (on the train line)Assignment lengths: from 3 to 12 monthsPaying between $32-38ph + super About the RoleRandstad is seeking experienced local Government administrators for upcoming administration roles in Sydney in Government departments. Duties:Your duties will include:Arranging team meetings and preparing meeting agenda’sDrafting email correspondenceRecords management using TRIMPreparing and collating factual reports & presentationsVarious administrative tasks including invoicing, ordering stationeryAssist in the compilation of written materialsEstablish and maintain working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Contribute to the continuous improvement of processes, procedures and policies.Handle data and information with confidentialityUpdate and maintain database records (TRIM, Dataworks, SAP, TechOne, Pathway, InfoCouncil) Essential Criteria Previous local government experience is required Strong written and verbal communication Previous experience using any of the following systems is highly preferred: TRIM, Objective, SAP, Concur, Pathway, Dataworks, TechOne, InfoCouncil, Sharepoint, QBE Next stepsIf you meet the above criteria, please submit your resume in a Word doc.For any questions please reach out to: amanda.tran@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.
        Overview:Various temp/contract roles available at many Sydney based Local councilsSupporting teams & executives with various administrative tasksWorking 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm flexible)Close to public transportation (on the train line)Assignment lengths: from 3 to 12 monthsPaying between $32-38ph + super About the RoleRandstad is seeking experienced local Government administrators for upcoming administration roles in Sydney in Government departments. Duties:Your duties will include:Arranging team meetings and preparing meeting agenda’sDrafting email correspondenceRecords management using TRIMPreparing and collating factual reports & presentationsVarious administrative tasks including invoicing, ordering stationeryAssist in the compilation of written materialsEstablish and maintain working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Contribute to the continuous improvement of processes, procedures and policies.Handle data and information with confidentialityUpdate and maintain database records (TRIM, Dataworks, SAP, TechOne, Pathway, InfoCouncil) Essential Criteria Previous local government experience is required Strong written and verbal communication Previous experience using any of the following systems is highly preferred: TRIM, Objective, SAP, Concur, Pathway, Dataworks, TechOne, InfoCouncil, Sharepoint, QBE Next stepsIf you meet the above criteria, please submit your resume in a Word doc.For any questions please reach out to: amanda.tran@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.

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