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      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$67.00 - AU$84.00, per hour, 10% super
      • full-time
      Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x8 Moderator (Management & Assistant Director) positions, to lead a team of APS level staff (across various backgrounds: assessors, quality assurance, investigations & audit staff) Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Moderators (EL1-EL2) will include:Responsibility for the assessors (direct reports) assigned to them, including managing both the quality & quantity of output by Assessors.Reading/Quality Assuring each response assessed by the Assessor ensuring the assessment report reflects the descriptor.A moderator does not participate in the assessment of any bids and does not make an independent assessment of a bid. Moderators manage the quality of the output of each assessor they manage. They will need to question why a particular descriptor has been determined, whether they agree or disagree, and if the language used supports the descriptor.Ensure all assessment tools have been utilised as required.A Moderator’s review must consider if the analysis and written report truly reflects the bid assessed, and ensure that Assessment Reports are free from grammatical or spelling errors.Pay scales for each role:$67ph to $74ph + 10 % super (EL1)$76ph to $84ph + 10 % super (EL2)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have strong leadership and people management skills, high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.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 (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x8 Moderator (Management & Assistant Director) positions, to lead a team of APS level staff (across various backgrounds: assessors, quality assurance, investigations & audit staff) Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Moderators (EL1-EL2) will include:Responsibility for the assessors (direct reports) assigned to them, including managing both the quality & quantity of output by Assessors.Reading/Quality Assuring each response assessed by the Assessor ensuring the assessment report reflects the descriptor.A moderator does not participate in the assessment of any bids and does not make an independent assessment of a bid. Moderators manage the quality of the output of each assessor they manage. They will need to question why a particular descriptor has been determined, whether they agree or disagree, and if the language used supports the descriptor.Ensure all assessment tools have been utilised as required.A Moderator’s review must consider if the analysis and written report truly reflects the bid assessed, and ensure that Assessment Reports are free from grammatical or spelling errors.Pay scales for each role:$67ph to $74ph + 10 % super (EL1)$76ph to $84ph + 10 % super (EL2)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have strong leadership and people management skills, high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.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$44.00 - AU$62.00, per hour, 10% super
      • full-time
      Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x35 Assessor positions (similar to Quality Assurance, Audit, Assessing of applications, Reviewing Eligibility, Compliance, Investigations) APS 4 to APS 6 Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Assessor (APS 4-6) will include:Responsible for the review and evaluation of applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process.Reading responses provided by the applicant which includes responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submitted.You are required to evaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the application.Assessors are required to provide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknesses, and to provide a descriptor for the criterionthey have assessed.Following the Departments specific assessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way.There are no formal qualifications required to be an assessor, however the skills required would include: high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.Pay scales for each role:from $44ph + 10 % super (APS 4)from $49ph + 10 % super (APS 5)from $55ph + 10 % super (APS 6)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have previous experience of (OR the ability to): assess documentation, applications, eligibility, contracts, tenders or bids.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.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 (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x35 Assessor positions (similar to Quality Assurance, Audit, Assessing of applications, Reviewing Eligibility, Compliance, Investigations) APS 4 to APS 6 Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Assessor (APS 4-6) will include:Responsible for the review and evaluation of applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process.Reading responses provided by the applicant which includes responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submitted.You are required to evaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the application.Assessors are required to provide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknesses, and to provide a descriptor for the criterionthey have assessed.Following the Departments specific assessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way.There are no formal qualifications required to be an assessor, however the skills required would include: high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.Pay scales for each role:from $44ph + 10 % super (APS 4)from $49ph + 10 % super (APS 5)from $55ph + 10 % super (APS 6)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have previous experience of (OR the ability to): assess documentation, applications, eligibility, contracts, tenders or bids.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.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$48.00 - AU$51.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      Overview:Contract Assessor / Grants AdministrationMultiple Federal Government departments - Science / Industry & Social ServicesAPS 5 level roles paying $48-51ph + superTemp six month contracts, with good chance of extensionsWorking full time hours Mon – Fri (37.5 hours per week)Located in Sydney CBD (near Central station), working from home options availableGood on-boarding & training will be providedBackground:Multiple Federal Government department opportunities (Science / Industry & Social Services), delivering grant administration services on behalf of other Government Departments.You will be using your strong attention-to-detail and efficiency to review & assess government grant funding performance activities reported by small and large Service Providers/Grant Recipients; ensuring they are complying & performing as agreed.Duties:Reviewing grant agreements, performance activities, contracts and declarationsRequesting for additional information when neededAssessing the current activities that service providers are performing to ensure they are adhering to their KPIs/requirements.Ensuring guidelines and procedures are adhered to.Identifying possible business risks and issuesRelationship management with Service Providers/Funding recipientsRecording of all information and communications in a databaseCriteria:To be successful you must:Be an Australian CitizenHold or be willing to hold a Baseline Security ClearanceHave previous similar experience in either; assessing claims, grant funding, grant administration, compliance, contract assurance or processing acquittals.Boast strong judgement and discretion.Have excellent attention to detail.Strong verbal and written communication.Apply Now!Please apply with your resume and a short summary of why you believe you have the right skills/experience for the roles.Any questions can be directed to joe.robinson@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:Contract Assessor / Grants AdministrationMultiple Federal Government departments - Science / Industry & Social ServicesAPS 5 level roles paying $48-51ph + superTemp six month contracts, with good chance of extensionsWorking full time hours Mon – Fri (37.5 hours per week)Located in Sydney CBD (near Central station), working from home options availableGood on-boarding & training will be providedBackground:Multiple Federal Government department opportunities (Science / Industry & Social Services), delivering grant administration services on behalf of other Government Departments.You will be using your strong attention-to-detail and efficiency to review & assess government grant funding performance activities reported by small and large Service Providers/Grant Recipients; ensuring they are complying & performing as agreed.Duties:Reviewing grant agreements, performance activities, contracts and declarationsRequesting for additional information when neededAssessing the current activities that service providers are performing to ensure they are adhering to their KPIs/requirements.Ensuring guidelines and procedures are adhered to.Identifying possible business risks and issuesRelationship management with Service Providers/Funding recipientsRecording of all information and communications in a databaseCriteria:To be successful you must:Be an Australian CitizenHold or be willing to hold a Baseline Security ClearanceHave previous similar experience in either; assessing claims, grant funding, grant administration, compliance, contract assurance or processing acquittals.Boast strong judgement and discretion.Have excellent attention to detail.Strong verbal and written communication.Apply Now!Please apply with your resume and a short summary of why you believe you have the right skills/experience for the roles.Any questions can be directed to joe.robinson@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.
      • maroubra, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$29.92 - AU$29.92, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      This opportunity is with a state government agency, based in Maroubra. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity. About your new role Provide a range of routine administrative activities to contribute to the efficient and effective operation of the team/unit that support delivery of services to clients/customers.Process business information and contribute to the maintenance of administrative systems to ensure the flow of information is in accordance with standards and guidelines.Use relevant technology to prepare documentation and presentation material to support business unit managers and directors.Support the use of business unit filing systems in accordance with standards and guidelines, by creating, storing, retrieving and tracking files to ensure the accurate and safe storage of information.Work and maintain regular contact with other business areas to effectively arrange meetings and manage the flow of business information.Provide reception duties as necessary, respond to enquiries and escalate issues appropriately to ensure queries are responded to in a timely manner. What you will needPrevious administrative experience, prior Government experience preferredStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. 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.
      This opportunity is with a state government agency, based in Maroubra. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity. About your new role Provide a range of routine administrative activities to contribute to the efficient and effective operation of the team/unit that support delivery of services to clients/customers.Process business information and contribute to the maintenance of administrative systems to ensure the flow of information is in accordance with standards and guidelines.Use relevant technology to prepare documentation and presentation material to support business unit managers and directors.Support the use of business unit filing systems in accordance with standards and guidelines, by creating, storing, retrieving and tracking files to ensure the accurate and safe storage of information.Work and maintain regular contact with other business areas to effectively arrange meetings and manage the flow of business information.Provide reception duties as necessary, respond to enquiries and escalate issues appropriately to ensure queries are responded to in a timely manner. What you will needPrevious administrative experience, prior Government experience preferredStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. 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$54.00 - AU$57.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      This opportunity is with a state government agency focused on providing insurance and medical care, based in the Sydney CBD. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity.About your new roleAs a Client Service Officer you will be responsible for the provision of telephone and email based customer service to internal and external stakeholders. As part of a team, you will coordinate medical examinations for clients with various providers in an efficient and timely manner, using analytical skills to interpret medical information and provide quality, consistent and relevant data to support the Medical Assessment Panel decisions. Your duties will include but not be limited to:Coordinate medical examinations effectively and efficiently using screening providers and services to meet the needs of our clients and case manage matters which may impact on the determination of Clients’ medical condition. Coordinate visits and liaise with local councils and business chambers to locate and secure the most suitable facilities for services. Prioritise workloads and work flow to ensure customers receive the right information in a timely manner. Liaise and collaborate with clients, their families, employers and multiple jurisdictions / medical service providers to obtain medical information and records in accordance with the privacy and freedom of information procedures. Maintain up to date information to enable decisions about appropriate next steps, complying with systems and processes, to ensure that all information is accurate, stored correctly and accessible to the wider team. Verify invoices for payment, ensuring agency timeframes, processes, entitlements, policy and delegations are complied with. What you will needStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. 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.
      This opportunity is with a state government agency focused on providing insurance and medical care, based in the Sydney CBD. If you are seeking to gain valuable experience in the state government sector, this is the perfect opportunity.About your new roleAs a Client Service Officer you will be responsible for the provision of telephone and email based customer service to internal and external stakeholders. As part of a team, you will coordinate medical examinations for clients with various providers in an efficient and timely manner, using analytical skills to interpret medical information and provide quality, consistent and relevant data to support the Medical Assessment Panel decisions. Your duties will include but not be limited to:Coordinate medical examinations effectively and efficiently using screening providers and services to meet the needs of our clients and case manage matters which may impact on the determination of Clients’ medical condition. Coordinate visits and liaise with local councils and business chambers to locate and secure the most suitable facilities for services. Prioritise workloads and work flow to ensure customers receive the right information in a timely manner. Liaise and collaborate with clients, their families, employers and multiple jurisdictions / medical service providers to obtain medical information and records in accordance with the privacy and freedom of information procedures. Maintain up to date information to enable decisions about appropriate next steps, complying with systems and processes, to ensure that all information is accurate, stored correctly and accessible to the wider team. Verify invoices for payment, ensuring agency timeframes, processes, entitlements, policy and delegations are complied with. What you will needStrong customer service skills as well as excellent communication and telephone mannerGood communication skills and the ability to build rapport with the customerDemonstrated ability to work well in a team Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. 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$600 - AU$650 per day
      • full-time
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced Procurement Officer to join a reputable NSW Government agency in Sydney.This growing team conduct high volume tenders and run high value sourcing activities. Responsibilities:Engage in procurement activities including strategic sourcing activities, running tenders within Construction/Infrastructure across scopes of work, RFQ's and contract managementRequests for quotes and proposalsUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirableEngage with multiple suppliers, stakeholders and business unitsEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationshipsEssential requirementsExperience with GC21 will be highly desirable but not essential2 + years experience working in Procurement, preferably in construction/infrastructure spaceUnderstanding of NSW Government Procurement Framework is highly desirableExperience in working within an team environment and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.How to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@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.
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced Procurement Officer to join a reputable NSW Government agency in Sydney.This growing team conduct high volume tenders and run high value sourcing activities. Responsibilities:Engage in procurement activities including strategic sourcing activities, running tenders within Construction/Infrastructure across scopes of work, RFQ's and contract managementRequests for quotes and proposalsUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirableEngage with multiple suppliers, stakeholders and business unitsEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationshipsEssential requirementsExperience with GC21 will be highly desirable but not essential2 + years experience working in Procurement, preferably in construction/infrastructure spaceUnderstanding of NSW Government Procurement Framework is highly desirableExperience in working within an team environment and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.How to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@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$550 - AU$600 per day
      • full-time
      A reputable NSW Government agency is now looking for an experienced Procurement Officer with a previous background working in NSW Government.There will be a strong scope of work involved with supporting the Procurement Manager across developing strategic sourcing activities within their Professional Services category as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Reporting to the Procurement Manager, running sourcing strategies particularly in Professional ServicesContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide advice and guidance to the business across Indirect Spend namely professional services and corporate servicesProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementKey Requirements:Experience in working within a procurement division with a focus on professional services and delivering projectsDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleStrong communication and stakeholder management skills across different levelsPrevious experience working with NSW Government will be essential/highly desirableIf you are interested in this role, please apply to this ad, or alternatively for a confidential discussion and specific questions, please email Michelle via michelle.wakim@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.
      A reputable NSW Government agency is now looking for an experienced Procurement Officer with a previous background working in NSW Government.There will be a strong scope of work involved with supporting the Procurement Manager across developing strategic sourcing activities within their Professional Services category as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Reporting to the Procurement Manager, running sourcing strategies particularly in Professional ServicesContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide advice and guidance to the business across Indirect Spend namely professional services and corporate servicesProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementKey Requirements:Experience in working within a procurement division with a focus on professional services and delivering projectsDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleStrong communication and stakeholder management skills across different levelsPrevious experience working with NSW Government will be essential/highly desirableIf you are interested in this role, please apply to this ad, or alternatively for a confidential discussion and specific questions, please email Michelle via michelle.wakim@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.
      • penrith, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$36.00 - AU$41.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      Your duties may include:Engage with providers and additional stakeholders via telephone and emailOffer support and advice to providers to help them understand registration obligationsPre-assess and assess applications for registration and recommend decisionsConsider trends in the registration process and liaise with internal branches to identify risksContribute to the development of policies and guidance materialMaintain a strong understanding of relevant legislation and policiesResearch, analyse and interpret information to make recommendationsCollaborate with other internal and external stakeholders to share informationYour profile will demonstrate: Demonstrated experience in a similar roleHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Desirable: government experience, understanding or lived experience of disabilityMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Assist the Australian community to achieve great outcomesLocated 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 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.
      Your duties may include:Engage with providers and additional stakeholders via telephone and emailOffer support and advice to providers to help them understand registration obligationsPre-assess and assess applications for registration and recommend decisionsConsider trends in the registration process and liaise with internal branches to identify risksContribute to the development of policies and guidance materialMaintain a strong understanding of relevant legislation and policiesResearch, analyse and interpret information to make recommendationsCollaborate with other internal and external stakeholders to share informationYour profile will demonstrate: Demonstrated experience in a similar roleHigh-level communication skills (both written and verbal)Desirable: government experience, understanding or lived experience of disabilityMUST BE an Australian citizenBenefits:Assist the Australian community to achieve great outcomesLocated 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 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
      • permanent
      • AU$135 - AU$150, per year, annual leave loading, flexible working
      • full-time
      This is an amazing opportunity for a Digital Engineering Manager to join Transport for NSW and help make a change in the Digital Engineering space working on the delivery of multi-bllion dollar road infrastructure projects. As a Digital Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for Familiarising yourself with the Digital Engineering framework, standards and implementing them on roads projectsWorking with the planning teams and implementing information management and digital engineering processes at an early stageProviding advice and support to the project teams on the Digital Engineering framework to ensure projects adhere to the minimum Digital Engineering requirementsEnsuring all asset information is added to the digital engineering modelsReviewing final models and ensuring they are acceptable for handover to the operations and maintenance teamsBuild productive and long term relationships with TfNSW stakeholders, infrastructure project teams, design/delivery contractors and other service providers to ensure digital engineering is taken onboard and is successfulTo be successful in this role, you will have exceptional communication skills as you will need to be able to influence functional and project teams in making changes to the way they support the delivery of multi-billion dollar road projects.You will also ideally have experience in:Implementing Digital Engineering specifications, standards and processes with design consultants and subcontractorsDelivering Digital Engineering solutions for major road and utility programs from conception, through the design process and then to asset handoverProviding Digital Engineering outcomes such as implementing asset management systems, sustainability outcomes and cost controls for major roads and utilities programs.Based out of Macquarie Park with flexible working options, this exciting opportunity will require an immediate start and will be paying upto $152k plus super plus 17.5% leave loading for the right person. If you have any enquiries about the role, please feel free to contact Daniel Flatley on 0409 417 798. Applications close on the 30/05/2021 at 11:59pm 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.
      This is an amazing opportunity for a Digital Engineering Manager to join Transport for NSW and help make a change in the Digital Engineering space working on the delivery of multi-bllion dollar road infrastructure projects. As a Digital Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for Familiarising yourself with the Digital Engineering framework, standards and implementing them on roads projectsWorking with the planning teams and implementing information management and digital engineering processes at an early stageProviding advice and support to the project teams on the Digital Engineering framework to ensure projects adhere to the minimum Digital Engineering requirementsEnsuring all asset information is added to the digital engineering modelsReviewing final models and ensuring they are acceptable for handover to the operations and maintenance teamsBuild productive and long term relationships with TfNSW stakeholders, infrastructure project teams, design/delivery contractors and other service providers to ensure digital engineering is taken onboard and is successfulTo be successful in this role, you will have exceptional communication skills as you will need to be able to influence functional and project teams in making changes to the way they support the delivery of multi-billion dollar road projects.You will also ideally have experience in:Implementing Digital Engineering specifications, standards and processes with design consultants and subcontractorsDelivering Digital Engineering solutions for major road and utility programs from conception, through the design process and then to asset handoverProviding Digital Engineering outcomes such as implementing asset management systems, sustainability outcomes and cost controls for major roads and utilities programs.Based out of Macquarie Park with flexible working options, this exciting opportunity will require an immediate start and will be paying upto $152k plus super plus 17.5% leave loading for the right person. If you have any enquiries about the role, please feel free to contact Daniel Flatley on 0409 417 798. Applications close on the 30/05/2021 at 11:59pm 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
      • AU$130,000 - AU$136,000, per year, 17% super
      • full-time
      Overview & Benefits:Full time, permanent role Competitive annual salary of: $136k + 17% superLeading senior stakeholder engagement strategies within the University & the external Government sectorWork within one of the most highly regarded Universities in NSWReporting to the Director, Government Relations & working closely with the Chief of Staff to the Vice-ChancellorNo direct reports The primary functions of the role:Represent the University and its interests externally, to government, government agencies and associated bodies.Serve as a regular liaison with government members to maintain & grow relationships to promote the University’s government relations strategiesDevelop and implement strategies to ensure that the University is best positioned to respond to and benefit from current and future government policiesEnsure government relations perspective and input is captured in major upcoming initiatives and strategic planning activitiesFacilitate, coordinate and improve interactions & communications by senior officers of the University with government and government agenciesLeading various work streams with a focus on developing relationships and is accountable for the overall progress and success of projects, ensuring that clients have relevant and up-to-date information on current situations. Responsibilities:Strategic research and policy advice Research issues of strategic relevance to the University and prepare discussion papers, briefings, advice, and other forms of documentation Awareness of strategic issues across all faculties & Deputy Vice-Chancellor portfolios that are relevant to relationships with government to ensure the Director is briefed when new initiatives are announced. Insight on changes in the higher education sector that may impact on the strategic direction of the university and provide background or discussions papers.Manage all relationship building, communications & engagement with key stakeholders Develop and maintain effective relationships within the University including the Vice Chancellor’s Office (VCO), Deans and members of the Senior Executive Team Promote and develop the Government Relations & VCO interests and linkages with external bodies and across the wider UniversityLead and coordinate government relations work with the media team and other relevant staff within the Vice-Principal (External Relations) portfolio to ensure effective communications of the work with key audiencesManage the portfolio’s public relations activities and respond to unexpected opportunities.Project Management Managing and leading special projects by providing high-level strategic input into a range of projects, including submissions, reports, papers, and the formulation of university policy options Developing, implementing and monitoring sound project management methodology and frameworks.Executive Management and SupportLiaising with external bodies and members of staff as needed and ensuring that decisions are effectively implementedEnsuring that the Director is fully informed on current issues/matters, including researching issues of importance, producing briefing materials and reports.Identify opportunities for the University to achieve the goals in its Strategic PlanKeeping abreast of complex policy directions & decisions of government and exercising sound judgement to identify if it is an opportunity for the UniversityAdvising internal stakeholders on the existence of opportunities available and support them in the processPersuading and managing government stakeholders to ensure effective decision making which enhances the University operations To be successful in this role you will:- Build connections across the breadth of government to enhance the understanding of the work delivered by the University, focusing on advisors in Ministers Offices and backbenchers and the public sector. Supporting them in utilising the expertise of the University in shaping and informing policy decisions Criteria:To be successful you will have:Previous work experience in one of the following role types (or similar): Advisor to Minister, Policy Advisor, Senior Government Liaison, Media Advisor or Ministerial Advisor Strong working relationships with various stakeholders & politicians across government (NSW & Federal)Evidence of delivering high-quality advice on complex/sensitive issues.Experience in exercising a high degree of initiative and judgement to coordinate multiple activities/projects, resolving complex issues associated with project deliveryDemonstrated experience of the timely preparation of comprehensive reports, agendas, minutes and correspondence arising out of meetings & committees. APPLY NOW:Don’t miss out on this exciting permanent, full-time opportunity to work within a leading NSW University. For more information, please email: demi.mcallan@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.
      Overview & Benefits:Full time, permanent role Competitive annual salary of: $136k + 17% superLeading senior stakeholder engagement strategies within the University & the external Government sectorWork within one of the most highly regarded Universities in NSWReporting to the Director, Government Relations & working closely with the Chief of Staff to the Vice-ChancellorNo direct reports The primary functions of the role:Represent the University and its interests externally, to government, government agencies and associated bodies.Serve as a regular liaison with government members to maintain & grow relationships to promote the University’s government relations strategiesDevelop and implement strategies to ensure that the University is best positioned to respond to and benefit from current and future government policiesEnsure government relations perspective and input is captured in major upcoming initiatives and strategic planning activitiesFacilitate, coordinate and improve interactions & communications by senior officers of the University with government and government agenciesLeading various work streams with a focus on developing relationships and is accountable for the overall progress and success of projects, ensuring that clients have relevant and up-to-date information on current situations. Responsibilities:Strategic research and policy advice Research issues of strategic relevance to the University and prepare discussion papers, briefings, advice, and other forms of documentation Awareness of strategic issues across all faculties & Deputy Vice-Chancellor portfolios that are relevant to relationships with government to ensure the Director is briefed when new initiatives are announced. Insight on changes in the higher education sector that may impact on the strategic direction of the university and provide background or discussions papers.Manage all relationship building, communications & engagement with key stakeholders Develop and maintain effective relationships within the University including the Vice Chancellor’s Office (VCO), Deans and members of the Senior Executive Team Promote and develop the Government Relations & VCO interests and linkages with external bodies and across the wider UniversityLead and coordinate government relations work with the media team and other relevant staff within the Vice-Principal (External Relations) portfolio to ensure effective communications of the work with key audiencesManage the portfolio’s public relations activities and respond to unexpected opportunities.Project Management Managing and leading special projects by providing high-level strategic input into a range of projects, including submissions, reports, papers, and the formulation of university policy options Developing, implementing and monitoring sound project management methodology and frameworks.Executive Management and SupportLiaising with external bodies and members of staff as needed and ensuring that decisions are effectively implementedEnsuring that the Director is fully informed on current issues/matters, including researching issues of importance, producing briefing materials and reports.Identify opportunities for the University to achieve the goals in its Strategic PlanKeeping abreast of complex policy directions & decisions of government and exercising sound judgement to identify if it is an opportunity for the UniversityAdvising internal stakeholders on the existence of opportunities available and support them in the processPersuading and managing government stakeholders to ensure effective decision making which enhances the University operations To be successful in this role you will:- Build connections across the breadth of government to enhance the understanding of the work delivered by the University, focusing on advisors in Ministers Offices and backbenchers and the public sector. Supporting them in utilising the expertise of the University in shaping and informing policy decisions Criteria:To be successful you will have:Previous work experience in one of the following role types (or similar): Advisor to Minister, Policy Advisor, Senior Government Liaison, Media Advisor or Ministerial Advisor Strong working relationships with various stakeholders & politicians across government (NSW & Federal)Evidence of delivering high-quality advice on complex/sensitive issues.Experience in exercising a high degree of initiative and judgement to coordinate multiple activities/projects, resolving complex issues associated with project deliveryDemonstrated experience of the timely preparation of comprehensive reports, agendas, minutes and correspondence arising out of meetings & committees. APPLY NOW:Don’t miss out on this exciting permanent, full-time opportunity to work within a leading NSW University. For more information, please email: demi.mcallan@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.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$54.00 - AU$54.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      Full time temporary opportunity Diverse role with the opportunity to support initiatives and projectsFederal Government Organisation focussed on employment opportunities across Australia Randstad is recruiting multiple Employer Advisors to work with a Federal Government organisation based in Newcastle. This role has a focus on managing and building relationships with stakeholders and supporting project initiatives and other administrative functions. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Ensuring positive stakeholder management and assurance activitiesProviding research and analysisConducting performance reporting and providing data analysis to support program management.The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the following capabilities/experience:The ability to build positive, collaborative working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and meet expectationsEffective written and verbal communication skills, including strong representational skills and the ability to provide clear and accurate advice to internal and external stakeholders.Strong analytical skills and the ability to interpret data, program guidelines and contractual frameworks and provide evidence-based advice.High level of initiative, flexibility, and a demonstrated capacity to solve problems and work effectively with others under limited supervision.DesiredAn understanding of contemporary labour market challenges and/or experience in a Government settingExperience in contract and/or project managementExperience with reporting and data analysisThings to noteA baseline level clearance is required to start in this rolePending covid restrictions, regional and metro travel may be required including overnight staysWhat to from hereWe would love to hear from you if you feel this opportunity suits your still and experience. Please apply via the job platform or contact Elyse at elyse.connor@randstad.com.au or (02) 4032 7357 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.
      Full time temporary opportunity Diverse role with the opportunity to support initiatives and projectsFederal Government Organisation focussed on employment opportunities across Australia Randstad is recruiting multiple Employer Advisors to work with a Federal Government organisation based in Newcastle. This role has a focus on managing and building relationships with stakeholders and supporting project initiatives and other administrative functions. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Ensuring positive stakeholder management and assurance activitiesProviding research and analysisConducting performance reporting and providing data analysis to support program management.The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the following capabilities/experience:The ability to build positive, collaborative working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and meet expectationsEffective written and verbal communication skills, including strong representational skills and the ability to provide clear and accurate advice to internal and external stakeholders.Strong analytical skills and the ability to interpret data, program guidelines and contractual frameworks and provide evidence-based advice.High level of initiative, flexibility, and a demonstrated capacity to solve problems and work effectively with others under limited supervision.DesiredAn understanding of contemporary labour market challenges and/or experience in a Government settingExperience in contract and/or project managementExperience with reporting and data analysisThings to noteA baseline level clearance is required to start in this rolePending covid restrictions, regional and metro travel may be required including overnight staysWhat to from hereWe would love to hear from you if you feel this opportunity suits your still and experience. Please apply via the job platform or contact Elyse at elyse.connor@randstad.com.au or (02) 4032 7357 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$30.00 - AU$33.00 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 short-term Data Entry assignments available in July and August. Your duties may include, but are not limited to Reading and verifying forms for quality assurance and accuracyEntering data into database software and checking to ensure that it has been inputted correctlyFollowing written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set procedures/repetitive tasksResolving discrepancies in information and escalating to a supervisor if needed About You Must be an Australian citizen and on the election rollStrong data entry and computer skillsGreat time management - able to work efficientlyFlexible - able to move into other roles as requiredImpressive attention to detail with an eye for accuracy These 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 short-term Data Entry assignments available in July and August. Your duties may include, but are not limited to Reading and verifying forms for quality assurance and accuracyEntering data into database software and checking to ensure that it has been inputted correctlyFollowing written and verbal instructions precisely and consistently follow set procedures/repetitive tasksResolving discrepancies in information and escalating to a supervisor if needed About You Must be an Australian citizen and on the election rollStrong data entry and computer skillsGreat time management - able to work efficientlyFlexible - able to move into other roles as requiredImpressive attention to detail with an eye for accuracy These 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$45.00 - AU$50.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Based on the north shore, a local council has an exciting opportunity for Sustainability Officer to join their Environment & Sustainability team. As the Sustainability Officer, you will deliver key actions and projects from Council’s energy management and sustainable buildings strategy. You will ensure continuous improvement in asset performance and delivery of Council sustainability objectives. Responsibility includes:Continuous improvement of operational energy efficiency and asset sustainability performanceProject scoping and specification of capital works targeting sustainabilityProvision of technical advice, resources, and guidelines for staff on sustainable assets best practice Corporate reporting of Council energy and emissions footprint Identify and implement opportunities for operational energy efficiency and asset sustainabilitySupport Council staff to implement sustainable buildings best practicesAt Council, building sustainability performance is taken to be a broad work area including elements such as materials selection, thermal envelope design, indoor environmental quality, thermal and lighting comfort, indoor air quality, and energy and water management. To be successful in this position, you will have tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline or substantial work experience in a similar capacity, such as environmentally sustainable design, engineering, facilities management, energy management. You will have expertise in developing business cases, technical specifications, energy management and emissions monitoring, with great interpersonal skills and a strong collaborative work ethic.If this is something that sparks your interest and you meet the above requirements, click "apply" below to submit your application. If you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 or email noelle.kielty@randstad.com.au.If this role isn't quite right for you but you are looking for new opportunities please callfor a confidential discussion on other positions 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 on the north shore, a local council has an exciting opportunity for Sustainability Officer to join their Environment & Sustainability team. As the Sustainability Officer, you will deliver key actions and projects from Council’s energy management and sustainable buildings strategy. You will ensure continuous improvement in asset performance and delivery of Council sustainability objectives. Responsibility includes:Continuous improvement of operational energy efficiency and asset sustainability performanceProject scoping and specification of capital works targeting sustainabilityProvision of technical advice, resources, and guidelines for staff on sustainable assets best practice Corporate reporting of Council energy and emissions footprint Identify and implement opportunities for operational energy efficiency and asset sustainabilitySupport Council staff to implement sustainable buildings best practicesAt Council, building sustainability performance is taken to be a broad work area including elements such as materials selection, thermal envelope design, indoor environmental quality, thermal and lighting comfort, indoor air quality, and energy and water management. To be successful in this position, you will have tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline or substantial work experience in a similar capacity, such as environmentally sustainable design, engineering, facilities management, energy management. You will have expertise in developing business cases, technical specifications, energy management and emissions monitoring, with great interpersonal skills and a strong collaborative work ethic.If this is something that sparks your interest and you meet the above requirements, click "apply" below to submit your application. If you wish to discuss this role further please contact Noelle Kielty on 0292339937 or email noelle.kielty@randstad.com.au.If this role isn't quite right for you but you are looking for new opportunities please callfor a confidential discussion on other positions 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.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • contract
      • superannuation
      • full-time
      About the Role:The APS4 Payment Officer position is responsible for investigating and resolving outstanding payment requests that have been rejected through other systems. The position will oversee the processing of manual payments, to ensure maximum outcomes for stakeholders.Duties and Responsibilities:Investigate and resolve outstanding payments requestsCommunicate with internal and external stakeholders to resolve inquiries regarding paymentsProcess manual paymentsApply legislation, internal policies and standards when resolving issuesMeet team and individual KPI targetsAccurately record information in database Provide operational and administrative support as neededAbout You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - payments processing, claims processingExceptional customer service and interpersonal skillsKeen eye for detail and accuracyGovernment experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatoryBenefits: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.**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.
      About the Role:The APS4 Payment Officer position is responsible for investigating and resolving outstanding payment requests that have been rejected through other systems. The position will oversee the processing of manual payments, to ensure maximum outcomes for stakeholders.Duties and Responsibilities:Investigate and resolve outstanding payments requestsCommunicate with internal and external stakeholders to resolve inquiries regarding paymentsProcess manual paymentsApply legislation, internal policies and standards when resolving issuesMeet team and individual KPI targetsAccurately record information in database Provide operational and administrative support as neededAbout You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - payments processing, claims processingExceptional customer service and interpersonal skillsKeen eye for detail and accuracyGovernment experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatoryBenefits: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.**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.
      • north sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      This role provides specialist advice and the application and use of safety risk assessments and requirements of the TfNSWs safety management system and statutory obligations including documentation and reporting.Some of the main duties will include:Providing risk management advice to enable the delivery of effective business outcomesPreparing reports to meet statutory obligationsProviding project teams with expert advice on risk management to support safety change managementDelivering risk training material and assist in the development and review of competency standards related to riskTo be considered for this role, candidates must have worked in the civil infrastructure space, ideally roads/rail. **This role is not suitable for banking and finance risk analysts**To apply for this role, please send an up-to-date CV to daniel.flatley@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.
      This role provides specialist advice and the application and use of safety risk assessments and requirements of the TfNSWs safety management system and statutory obligations including documentation and reporting.Some of the main duties will include:Providing risk management advice to enable the delivery of effective business outcomesPreparing reports to meet statutory obligationsProviding project teams with expert advice on risk management to support safety change managementDelivering risk training material and assist in the development and review of competency standards related to riskTo be considered for this role, candidates must have worked in the civil infrastructure space, ideally roads/rail. **This role is not suitable for banking and finance risk analysts**To apply for this role, please send an up-to-date CV to daniel.flatley@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$500 - AU$550, per day, excluding super
      • full-time
      The Change Communication Adviser is responsible for planning and executing clear, timely and effective change communications to facilitate transition and implementation programs and resulting changes with the departments staff to help achieve integration, training and desired business readiness outcomes. Key accountabilities • Deliver specific change communication packages to manage the needs of a portfolio of stakeholder organisations both internal and external. • Support the Change Communication Lead with the coordination and delivery of internal communication and the execution of the staff survey program. • Ensure key messages and approaches are reflected in Operator change communication programs.• Ensure communication work package development and execution is completed as required and to consistent standards. • Under the guidance of the Change Communications Lead, engage in project planning and the development of change communications methods and practices. • Build and maintain effective stakeholder relationships and engagement. • Ensure communications packages are completed on agreed timeframes and within budget with thorough and accurate results. Key challenges • The ability to overcome significant obstacles to achieve successful outcomes;• Agile problem solving skills and techniques that respect the need for clear accountability and regular reporting to support effective governance; • The ability to work effectively in a team environment and with multiple stakeholders.We look forward to reviewing your application. Please reach out to Xanthe Madgwick via xanthe.madgwick@randstad.com.au if you have any further questions regarding the position available. 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 Change Communication Adviser is responsible for planning and executing clear, timely and effective change communications to facilitate transition and implementation programs and resulting changes with the departments staff to help achieve integration, training and desired business readiness outcomes. Key accountabilities • Deliver specific change communication packages to manage the needs of a portfolio of stakeholder organisations both internal and external. • Support the Change Communication Lead with the coordination and delivery of internal communication and the execution of the staff survey program. • Ensure key messages and approaches are reflected in Operator change communication programs.• Ensure communication work package development and execution is completed as required and to consistent standards. • Under the guidance of the Change Communications Lead, engage in project planning and the development of change communications methods and practices. • Build and maintain effective stakeholder relationships and engagement. • Ensure communications packages are completed on agreed timeframes and within budget with thorough and accurate results. Key challenges • The ability to overcome significant obstacles to achieve successful outcomes;• Agile problem solving skills and techniques that respect the need for clear accountability and regular reporting to support effective governance; • The ability to work effectively in a team environment and with multiple stakeholders.We look forward to reviewing your application. Please reach out to Xanthe Madgwick via xanthe.madgwick@randstad.com.au if you have any further questions regarding the position available. 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$55.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, Competitive
      • full-time
      Road Designer A fantastic opportunity has arisen for Road Designer to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based in Western Sydney, you would be joining a professional and supportive team who work together to contribute to the provision of safe, effective and efficient Road Design to the community, and to develop and maintain Council’s contacts with the community, government authorities and other clients of Council.The roleAs a Road Designer, you will be responsible for:Survey, investigate, prepare and review design plans, estimates and alternate options for a variety of civil engineering projects including road, kerb and gutter, footpath, stormwater drainage, traffic facilities and carparks.Negotiate and attend meetings with public utility authorities, government authorities, private organisations, property owners, community groups and others regarding a wide range of design activities.Ensure that designs are consistent and are completed in accordance with professional engineering standards and where applicable to the requirements of other government authorities such as the RTA, Environmental Protection Authority and the Department of Conservation and Land Management.Investigate and report on need for legal actions within the terms of delegation for non-compliance with Council’s requirements.Liaise with contractors, prepare and administer contracts with consultants to ensure that all briefs, works and designs are carried out on time.Prepare briefs for Environmental Impact Statements as required to conform with Government Standards.The PersonTo be successful in this position you have a significant experience in the survey, investigation and design including estimates for roads, traffic facilities, stormwater drainage and other civil engineering projects. Degree in Civil Engineering or related field, or Civil Engineering Certificate or Associate Diploma together with extensive experience with 12D, AutoCAD and Drains.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.
      Road Designer A fantastic opportunity has arisen for Road Designer to work for a large council in New South Wales. Based in Western Sydney, you would be joining a professional and supportive team who work together to contribute to the provision of safe, effective and efficient Road Design to the community, and to develop and maintain Council’s contacts with the community, government authorities and other clients of Council.The roleAs a Road Designer, you will be responsible for:Survey, investigate, prepare and review design plans, estimates and alternate options for a variety of civil engineering projects including road, kerb and gutter, footpath, stormwater drainage, traffic facilities and carparks.Negotiate and attend meetings with public utility authorities, government authorities, private organisations, property owners, community groups and others regarding a wide range of design activities.Ensure that designs are consistent and are completed in accordance with professional engineering standards and where applicable to the requirements of other government authorities such as the RTA, Environmental Protection Authority and the Department of Conservation and Land Management.Investigate and report on need for legal actions within the terms of delegation for non-compliance with Council’s requirements.Liaise with contractors, prepare and administer contracts with consultants to ensure that all briefs, works and designs are carried out on time.Prepare briefs for Environmental Impact Statements as required to conform with Government Standards.The PersonTo be successful in this position you have a significant experience in the survey, investigation and design including estimates for roads, traffic facilities, stormwater drainage and other civil engineering projects. Degree in Civil Engineering or related field, or Civil Engineering Certificate or Associate Diploma together with extensive experience with 12D, AutoCAD and Drains.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.

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