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        • gladesville, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$60.00 - AU$67.00, per hour, loading.& super
        • full-time
        The NSW GOVERNMENT organisations is located in Gladesville New South Wales with it's main vision being to support the people of NSW. The people of NSW have the best opportunity for good mental health and wellbeing and to live well in the community, on their own terms, having the services and supports they need to live a full life. YOUR ROLEYou will provide secretariat support to the Commission’s Audit and Risk Committee, and formulate informed advice for the Commissioner, managers and staff on governance, risk and audit issues.You will also be responsible for coordinating the Commission’s system of policy development and review to support compliance and good governance. The role manages the Commission’s internal audit activities, including risk management and reporting, the acquittal of outsourced internal audit services, and the monitoring and tracking of recommendations.KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES• Provide high quality corporate governance services to the Commission to establish andpromote a service-focused culture based on continuous improvement, shared values andteamworkPolicies and procedures• Manage the planning, development, implementation and systematic review of in-housepolicies and related operational procedures, maintain an up-to-date policy register to supportthe effective and efficient functioning of the Commission.• Monitor external policy developments and maintain a contemporary awareness of policy andrelated issues of central agencies.• Review and enhance existing governance reporting procedures and processes to strengthenthe Commission’s governance, risk management, insurance and business continuitymanagement activities.• Monitor and periodically audit compliance with policies, procedures and processes.KEY CHALLENGES• Manage conflicting priorities, as well as political, funding and social sensitivities, particularlygiven the independent status of the Commission and its role engaging with the broaderhealth sector.• Maintain an awareness of changes in legislation, professional standards, and fraud andcorruption risks to ensure the delivery of contemporary risk and governance activitiesappropriate to the Commission.• Demonstrate a high level of discretion and independence at all times; sharing informationappropriately in a team setting whilst maintaining confidentiality as required.To be successfulWe require the Worker to have high level experience in Corporate Governance, including the following;Minimum of 12 months experience working in government as a Corporate Governance OfficerProject Management (highly desirable)Risk ManagementGovernance and Audit reportingPolicy development and reviewInternal audit functionsSecretariat experienceGovernment Legislative and regulatory compliancesNext steps: Please email your cv to rawan.shakhtour@randstad.com.au with your CV in word format outlining how your experience matches the job specifications. Only shortlisted candidates will receive a response due to the high number of applications anticipated.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 NSW GOVERNMENT organisations is located in Gladesville New South Wales with it's main vision being to support the people of NSW. The people of NSW have the best opportunity for good mental health and wellbeing and to live well in the community, on their own terms, having the services and supports they need to live a full life. YOUR ROLEYou will provide secretariat support to the Commission’s Audit and Risk Committee, and formulate informed advice for the Commissioner, managers and staff on governance, risk and audit issues.You will also be responsible for coordinating the Commission’s system of policy development and review to support compliance and good governance. The role manages the Commission’s internal audit activities, including risk management and reporting, the acquittal of outsourced internal audit services, and the monitoring and tracking of recommendations.KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES• Provide high quality corporate governance services to the Commission to establish andpromote a service-focused culture based on continuous improvement, shared values andteamworkPolicies and procedures• Manage the planning, development, implementation and systematic review of in-housepolicies and related operational procedures, maintain an up-to-date policy register to supportthe effective and efficient functioning of the Commission.• Monitor external policy developments and maintain a contemporary awareness of policy andrelated issues of central agencies.• Review and enhance existing governance reporting procedures and processes to strengthenthe Commission’s governance, risk management, insurance and business continuitymanagement activities.• Monitor and periodically audit compliance with policies, procedures and processes.KEY CHALLENGES• Manage conflicting priorities, as well as political, funding and social sensitivities, particularlygiven the independent status of the Commission and its role engaging with the broaderhealth sector.• Maintain an awareness of changes in legislation, professional standards, and fraud andcorruption risks to ensure the delivery of contemporary risk and governance activitiesappropriate to the Commission.• Demonstrate a high level of discretion and independence at all times; sharing informationappropriately in a team setting whilst maintaining confidentiality as required.To be successfulWe require the Worker to have high level experience in Corporate Governance, including the following;Minimum of 12 months experience working in government as a Corporate Governance OfficerProject Management (highly desirable)Risk ManagementGovernance and Audit reportingPolicy development and reviewInternal audit functionsSecretariat experienceGovernment Legislative and regulatory compliancesNext steps: Please email your cv to rawan.shakhtour@randstad.com.au with your CV in word format outlining how your experience matches the job specifications. Only shortlisted candidates will receive a response due to the high number of applications anticipated.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.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • permanent
        • AU$99,000 - AU$101,000, per year, Annually
        • full-time
        Randstad is interested to hear from experienced Procurement Officers who work at the EL1 level for contract/procurement work with the Federal Government. You will be responsible for activities in a proactive and compliant manner, primarily supporting contract managers and assisting with vendor administration. I encourage you to apply for this role as soon as possible if you are interested as I have further opportunities available to discuss.Your responsibilities:Share high level information, guidance and advice on procurement processesMaintain appropriate records in a manner which is compliant and follows relevant protocolIdentify and mitigate risks during all activitiesLiaise with internal and external stakeholders to ensure efficient, effective and compliant processes.During the procurement phase: Take the lead on drafting RFQ and RFT specifications in close collaboration with business and technology areas as appropriate; Coordinate industry briefings; Ensure that all procurements are properly documented and are in accordance with relevant procurement rules; Ensure that all evaluations are conducted fairly and ethically, and in accordance with best practice; Maintain and report on procurement project plans and schedules.During the contract management phase:Administer new and existing ICT contracts;Manage supplier relationships;Manage supplier performance;Take the lead on contract governance; andAssess, review and manage ICT supplier risk.Your duties:Collaborative stakeholder management that ensures service levels are metDevelopment of plans, and determine realistic timeframes for procurement activitiesEstablish best practice procedures and documentation Additional duties as requiredYour experience:Experience in preparing complex specifications and other procurement documents for Government ICT procurementsA well-developed understanding of probity as it applies to Government ProcurementProven attention to detailExcellent communication and negotiation skills, both written and verbalProven ability to draft tender specifications and evaluation criteriaProven ability to work under limited direction in a busy teamProven expertise in risk management as it relates to procurement and contract administrationQualification and requirements :Certificate IV in procurement and contracting is highly desirableProficiency in use of Microsoft office applications/SAP and related softwaresMust be Australian Citizen and be able to go through police check processBaseline Security Clearance or NV1 is not essential on this role but would be desired for other opportunitiesYour benefits package on this role: Availability to work as non ongoing opportunity for 6 months plus possibility of extension.Salary $99 – 101k per annual Access to salary packaging for mortgage and rent which can add up the salary closer to $110k~Next Step :If you consider yourself fit for this position or similar opportunities, I look forward to hearing from you soon. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume with no more than 4 pages, in Microsoft Word format ( .doc or .docx ) or you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832 if you have any further questions.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad is interested to hear from experienced Procurement Officers who work at the EL1 level for contract/procurement work with the Federal Government. You will be responsible for activities in a proactive and compliant manner, primarily supporting contract managers and assisting with vendor administration. I encourage you to apply for this role as soon as possible if you are interested as I have further opportunities available to discuss.Your responsibilities:Share high level information, guidance and advice on procurement processesMaintain appropriate records in a manner which is compliant and follows relevant protocolIdentify and mitigate risks during all activitiesLiaise with internal and external stakeholders to ensure efficient, effective and compliant processes.During the procurement phase: Take the lead on drafting RFQ and RFT specifications in close collaboration with business and technology areas as appropriate; Coordinate industry briefings; Ensure that all procurements are properly documented and are in accordance with relevant procurement rules; Ensure that all evaluations are conducted fairly and ethically, and in accordance with best practice; Maintain and report on procurement project plans and schedules.During the contract management phase:Administer new and existing ICT contracts;Manage supplier relationships;Manage supplier performance;Take the lead on contract governance; andAssess, review and manage ICT supplier risk.Your duties:Collaborative stakeholder management that ensures service levels are metDevelopment of plans, and determine realistic timeframes for procurement activitiesEstablish best practice procedures and documentation Additional duties as requiredYour experience:Experience in preparing complex specifications and other procurement documents for Government ICT procurementsA well-developed understanding of probity as it applies to Government ProcurementProven attention to detailExcellent communication and negotiation skills, both written and verbalProven ability to draft tender specifications and evaluation criteriaProven ability to work under limited direction in a busy teamProven expertise in risk management as it relates to procurement and contract administrationQualification and requirements :Certificate IV in procurement and contracting is highly desirableProficiency in use of Microsoft office applications/SAP and related softwaresMust be Australian Citizen and be able to go through police check processBaseline Security Clearance or NV1 is not essential on this role but would be desired for other opportunitiesYour benefits package on this role: Availability to work as non ongoing opportunity for 6 months plus possibility of extension.Salary $99 – 101k per annual Access to salary packaging for mortgage and rent which can add up the salary closer to $110k~Next Step :If you consider yourself fit for this position or similar opportunities, I look forward to hearing from you soon. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume with no more than 4 pages, in Microsoft Word format ( .doc or .docx ) or you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832 if you have any further questions.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$67,000 - AU$75,000, per year, Super
        • full-time
        Overview:Fixed-Term Executive Assistant role working for the Australian Taxation OfficeTemp-to-perm opportunity6 month fixed term contract initially (View to extend), direct with the client as their employee (where you are entitled to sick leave & annual leave)Great chance to get your foot in the door in the government sector!Paying up to $76,500 with 15.4% SuperBased in the CBD, next to Central/Museum/Town Hall.To start mid/end of May 2021, full time hrs Monday-Friday Duties: Supporting a Senior Executive within the ATO you will:Manage their diary and appointmentsEmail inbox mgmt. – high level correspondenceAnswering calls from senior government officials; minister’s, senior council members etc.Ensuring all meeting paperwork is completed, proofread and distributed/printed beforehandTravel mgmt. - occasionalManaging meeting document’s, creation of agenda’s, taking meeting mins and tracking of action itemsManaging documents using TRIM (records mgmt.)Communicating with a broad range of internal employees and external government departments Criteria:MUST have at least 2 years recent EA/PA experienceMUST be an AU Citizen Ideally you will have previously worked in either: banking, Finance, Insurance, or Government (local, state or federal)Ideally you will have exposure to some of the following systems: TRIM, SAP, Sharepoint, ObjectiveAbility to work to tight timeframes – proactive work attitudeAbility to work unsupervisedPolished, professional and friendly personalityAbility to anticipate the needs of the Senior Executive, demonstrating flexibility and resilience.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:Fixed-Term Executive Assistant role working for the Australian Taxation OfficeTemp-to-perm opportunity6 month fixed term contract initially (View to extend), direct with the client as their employee (where you are entitled to sick leave & annual leave)Great chance to get your foot in the door in the government sector!Paying up to $76,500 with 15.4% SuperBased in the CBD, next to Central/Museum/Town Hall.To start mid/end of May 2021, full time hrs Monday-Friday Duties: Supporting a Senior Executive within the ATO you will:Manage their diary and appointmentsEmail inbox mgmt. – high level correspondenceAnswering calls from senior government officials; minister’s, senior council members etc.Ensuring all meeting paperwork is completed, proofread and distributed/printed beforehandTravel mgmt. - occasionalManaging meeting document’s, creation of agenda’s, taking meeting mins and tracking of action itemsManaging documents using TRIM (records mgmt.)Communicating with a broad range of internal employees and external government departments Criteria:MUST have at least 2 years recent EA/PA experienceMUST be an AU Citizen Ideally you will have previously worked in either: banking, Finance, Insurance, or Government (local, state or federal)Ideally you will have exposure to some of the following systems: TRIM, SAP, Sharepoint, ObjectiveAbility to work to tight timeframes – proactive work attitudeAbility to work unsupervisedPolished, professional and friendly personalityAbility to anticipate the needs of the Senior Executive, demonstrating flexibility and resilience.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.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • permanent
        • AU$40.00 - AU$45.00, per hour, Super
        • full-time
        Your Organisation: This well established Federal Government department based in Canberra is looking for multiple APS4 Administration Support Officers to join their team on a non-ongoing contract for 6 months with a possibility of extension. Your responsibilities: Your duties will include but is not limited to:Filing using TRIMMaintaining internal databasesBooking meetingsUpdating intranet and fact sheetsProviding administrative support to a large teamDrafting emails and responding to correspondenceAnswering and directing callsReceiving and directing visitorsBasic system processing (e.g., invoices, on-boarding)To be successful:You will have prior APS experience A history of providing excellent administrative supportAbility to work well as part of a teamCapacity of work a roster system (6 am and 11 pm)Capacity to obtain a National Police CheckIf you would like to express your interest in this opportunity please click on the APPLY NOW button to submit your Microsoft Word resume. For a confidential chat about these roles or other contract opportunities within Federal Government please kimberly.corneille@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.
        Your Organisation: This well established Federal Government department based in Canberra is looking for multiple APS4 Administration Support Officers to join their team on a non-ongoing contract for 6 months with a possibility of extension. Your responsibilities: Your duties will include but is not limited to:Filing using TRIMMaintaining internal databasesBooking meetingsUpdating intranet and fact sheetsProviding administrative support to a large teamDrafting emails and responding to correspondenceAnswering and directing callsReceiving and directing visitorsBasic system processing (e.g., invoices, on-boarding)To be successful:You will have prior APS experience A history of providing excellent administrative supportAbility to work well as part of a teamCapacity of work a roster system (6 am and 11 pm)Capacity to obtain a National Police CheckIf you would like to express your interest in this opportunity please click on the APPLY NOW button to submit your Microsoft Word resume. For a confidential chat about these roles or other contract opportunities within Federal Government please kimberly.corneille@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.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • permanent
        • AU$45.00 - AU$50.00, per hour, super
        • full-time
        One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with qualified and experienced photographers to work at the APS5 level within a large scale digitisation program. Working at the APS5 level, you will be self motivated and capable of bringing your talents around photography, photoshop, digitisation and colour managed workflows, to our client who values hard work and commitment in line with their core values. Desired Knowledge and Experience Qualified Photographer Proven experience working within large scale programs Experience with digitisation work and working with sensitive material Developed skills in photoshop Ability to use and work with a range of medium and large format digital cameras Understanding of colour managed workflows Preferably previous experience or understanding of cultural heritage What you will bring to your new roleHigh level communication skills and ability to build strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Ability to apply initiative and adapt to work requirements Experience and ability to work as part of a team within tight timeframes and high volumes of work Demonstrated self-awareness, problem solving and personal driveHigh level of experience in photography alongside qualification will be highly desirableIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to ella.calderwood@randstad.com.auPlease note only successful candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with qualified and experienced photographers to work at the APS5 level within a large scale digitisation program. Working at the APS5 level, you will be self motivated and capable of bringing your talents around photography, photoshop, digitisation and colour managed workflows, to our client who values hard work and commitment in line with their core values. Desired Knowledge and Experience Qualified Photographer Proven experience working within large scale programs Experience with digitisation work and working with sensitive material Developed skills in photoshop Ability to use and work with a range of medium and large format digital cameras Understanding of colour managed workflows Preferably previous experience or understanding of cultural heritage What you will bring to your new roleHigh level communication skills and ability to build strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Ability to apply initiative and adapt to work requirements Experience and ability to work as part of a team within tight timeframes and high volumes of work Demonstrated self-awareness, problem solving and personal driveHigh level of experience in photography alongside qualification will be highly desirableIf you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to ella.calderwood@randstad.com.auPlease note only successful candidates will be contactedAt 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
        • full-time
        Key Points:Canberra ACT Sydney NSW based roleOngoing positionGrowth Opportunity to lead a dynamic teamSummary: This is a leadership role suited to a forward thinking and driven candidate who places data at the heart of decision-making. If you’re looking for an opportunity to pave a new approach to the way data is used in a complex and restrictive environment then this role is for you! The objective of this role is to design and deliver customer-centric analytics and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery and measure the impact of digital interventions. About the AgencyThe Australian Digital Health Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation and clinical quality and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them.Better use of data and technology can help people live healthier, happier and more productive lives. Digital health can make a real difference to people’s health by giving them greater control and better access to information. Tasked with improving health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital healthcare systems and the national digital health strategy for Australia, the Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) commenced operations on 1 July 2016. The Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation, clinical quality, and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them. Division OverviewThe Design and Strategy Division has oversight of digital strategy and planning, architecture and user experience, policy and privacy, benefits and research, data management and information governance,.The Division’s purpose is to support the delivery of the Australian Digital Health Strategy and the Agency’s work plan by continually delivering insights which can shape the future strategy and expand digital health enablement through continually delivering solutions for quality customer experiences. This supports the broader Agency purpose of “better health for all Australians enabled by seamless, safe, secure digital health services and technologies that provide a range of innovative, easy to use tools for both patients and providers.” About the RolePrimary purpose of positionThis position is responsible for leading the Data & Reporting team, which currently consists of eight (8) business analysts, data modellers, and project specialists. The objective of the section is to design and deliver customer-centric information resources and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery. This is achieved by placing data at the heart of decision-making, with advanced analytics providing intelligence that continuously improves processes and information flows.The Director will also be responsible for providing advice to internal and external stakeholders as well as coordinating and assuming responsibility for highly complex or sensitive projects or work programs that have strategic, political and/or operational significance in relation to the activities of the section. They will be responsible for initiating, establishing and maintaining strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.Key AccountabilitiesLeading a team to deliver organisational outcomes, inspiring a sense of purpose and direction among a medium-sized team of subject matter experts.Build organisational capability and responsiveness of information systems and products through data-led design, measurement and evaluation inputs.Influence executive decision-making and negotiate persuasively regarding data strategy and vision.Develop business reporting and analytics requirements and forward work plan for developing and delivering on Agency data and reporting priorities, continually seeking CQI for enhancing ability to deliver data-led insights.Lead a team to establish efficiencies (cost, time, resource) by consolidating and leveraging best-in-class tools.Collaborate with peers and other staff to achieve Agency objectives.Manage team resourcing through recruitment and training to achieve work plan priorities.Proactively nurture internal and external relationships among the public and private sectors Act as data custodian for new and existing data assets.Drive the establishment of process analytics to support organisational improvement.Increase data literacy among Agency colleagues through both proactive and responsive engagements that demonstrate enhanced value of outcomes Follow all Agency policies, procedures and instructions and take reasonable care for your own health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace. Skills and ExperienceLeadershipEncourages and motivates people to engage in continuous learning, and empowers them by delegating tasks.Demonstrate public service professionalism and probityAgrees clear performance standards and gives timely praise and recognition.Recognises the different working styles of individuals, and tries to see things from differentperspectives.Persists and focuses on achieving objectives even in difficult circumstances.Knowledge and SkillsStrong communication, presentation and facilitation skills, with the ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with all team members, especially those at senior levelsHighly developed coordination and organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.Ability to make appropriate decisions within the boundaries of this role’s delegated authority.Strong programming skills with working knowledge of Python, R, SQL, VBA and API’s.Experience using data and insights to shape strategy and improve customer experience.Sound knowledge of data management and visualization techniques to tell a compelling story, which a knack for statistical analysis and predictive modelling.Meticulous eye for detail to deliver work which is accurate & on time.High level analytical skills and conceptual thinking skills, with the ability to problem solve and to provide business content to data results.Excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to employ a variety of communication skills (verbal and written) tailored to the audience.Ability to work independently and within a team to tackle meaningful problems, with excellent work ethic, able to self-manage and progress tasks independently.Excellent research and analytical skillsCritical thinking to uncover and synthesize connections that are not always so clear. Basic project management and facilitation skills to influence, work effectively, and implement solutions in a multi-functional, multi-regional team environmentExperienceDemonstrated experience in extracting and manipulating data from large repositories using SQL and Power BI.Experience developing an organisation wide Data Analytics and Insights Strategy from inception to implementationExperience supporting complex and cross-functional programs ensuring delivery within short timeframes and changing prioritiesDemonstrated experience leading a team of specialists Demonstrated understanding of applied innovationPractical experience executing cultural reformDemonstrated experience with knowledge management/analyticsDemonstrated interpersonal skills building and sustaining relationships with stakeholders, including working closely with executive teamsDemonstrated experience with complex systems (essential)Demonstrated experience in data analyses and knowledge engineering (essential)Experience in procurement, contact management and/or purchasing would be an advantage (desirable)Experience with Microsoft products, SSMS SQL, Power B.I., Azure and others (desirable)Experience working in Federal Government (desirable)Experience working in healthcare (desirable)QualificationsFormal tertiary qualifications in data management and visualisation, programming and or knowledge management. EligibilityApplicants must be Australian citizens to be eligible for employment at the Agency. The preferred applicant will be required to successfully undergo a police record check and be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at a specified clearance level.Digital Health is committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTIQ, mature aged employees and carers. How to applyTo apply, please submit your resume, together with a one-page statement explaining how your skills and experience align with the requirements of this position.Closing date: 5:00pm Friday 23rd April 2021 Salary: The total remuneration package for this position is EL2 $146,411 to $173,343 (including superannuation).For APS applicants, please refer to APS Jobs for details of salary ranges. These are in accordance with the Agency’s s24 Determination 2021.Contact Officer: If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact Taylor Dudley - 02 6132 3816 | taylor.dudley@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.
        Key Points:Canberra ACT Sydney NSW based roleOngoing positionGrowth Opportunity to lead a dynamic teamSummary: This is a leadership role suited to a forward thinking and driven candidate who places data at the heart of decision-making. If you’re looking for an opportunity to pave a new approach to the way data is used in a complex and restrictive environment then this role is for you! The objective of this role is to design and deliver customer-centric analytics and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery and measure the impact of digital interventions. About the AgencyThe Australian Digital Health Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation and clinical quality and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them.Better use of data and technology can help people live healthier, happier and more productive lives. Digital health can make a real difference to people’s health by giving them greater control and better access to information. Tasked with improving health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital healthcare systems and the national digital health strategy for Australia, the Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) commenced operations on 1 July 2016. The Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation, clinical quality, and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them. Division OverviewThe Design and Strategy Division has oversight of digital strategy and planning, architecture and user experience, policy and privacy, benefits and research, data management and information governance,.The Division’s purpose is to support the delivery of the Australian Digital Health Strategy and the Agency’s work plan by continually delivering insights which can shape the future strategy and expand digital health enablement through continually delivering solutions for quality customer experiences. This supports the broader Agency purpose of “better health for all Australians enabled by seamless, safe, secure digital health services and technologies that provide a range of innovative, easy to use tools for both patients and providers.” About the RolePrimary purpose of positionThis position is responsible for leading the Data & Reporting team, which currently consists of eight (8) business analysts, data modellers, and project specialists. The objective of the section is to design and deliver customer-centric information resources and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery. This is achieved by placing data at the heart of decision-making, with advanced analytics providing intelligence that continuously improves processes and information flows.The Director will also be responsible for providing advice to internal and external stakeholders as well as coordinating and assuming responsibility for highly complex or sensitive projects or work programs that have strategic, political and/or operational significance in relation to the activities of the section. They will be responsible for initiating, establishing and maintaining strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.Key AccountabilitiesLeading a team to deliver organisational outcomes, inspiring a sense of purpose and direction among a medium-sized team of subject matter experts.Build organisational capability and responsiveness of information systems and products through data-led design, measurement and evaluation inputs.Influence executive decision-making and negotiate persuasively regarding data strategy and vision.Develop business reporting and analytics requirements and forward work plan for developing and delivering on Agency data and reporting priorities, continually seeking CQI for enhancing ability to deliver data-led insights.Lead a team to establish efficiencies (cost, time, resource) by consolidating and leveraging best-in-class tools.Collaborate with peers and other staff to achieve Agency objectives.Manage team resourcing through recruitment and training to achieve work plan priorities.Proactively nurture internal and external relationships among the public and private sectors Act as data custodian for new and existing data assets.Drive the establishment of process analytics to support organisational improvement.Increase data literacy among Agency colleagues through both proactive and responsive engagements that demonstrate enhanced value of outcomes Follow all Agency policies, procedures and instructions and take reasonable care for your own health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace. Skills and ExperienceLeadershipEncourages and motivates people to engage in continuous learning, and empowers them by delegating tasks.Demonstrate public service professionalism and probityAgrees clear performance standards and gives timely praise and recognition.Recognises the different working styles of individuals, and tries to see things from differentperspectives.Persists and focuses on achieving objectives even in difficult circumstances.Knowledge and SkillsStrong communication, presentation and facilitation skills, with the ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with all team members, especially those at senior levelsHighly developed coordination and organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.Ability to make appropriate decisions within the boundaries of this role’s delegated authority.Strong programming skills with working knowledge of Python, R, SQL, VBA and API’s.Experience using data and insights to shape strategy and improve customer experience.Sound knowledge of data management and visualization techniques to tell a compelling story, which a knack for statistical analysis and predictive modelling.Meticulous eye for detail to deliver work which is accurate & on time.High level analytical skills and conceptual thinking skills, with the ability to problem solve and to provide business content to data results.Excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to employ a variety of communication skills (verbal and written) tailored to the audience.Ability to work independently and within a team to tackle meaningful problems, with excellent work ethic, able to self-manage and progress tasks independently.Excellent research and analytical skillsCritical thinking to uncover and synthesize connections that are not always so clear. Basic project management and facilitation skills to influence, work effectively, and implement solutions in a multi-functional, multi-regional team environmentExperienceDemonstrated experience in extracting and manipulating data from large repositories using SQL and Power BI.Experience developing an organisation wide Data Analytics and Insights Strategy from inception to implementationExperience supporting complex and cross-functional programs ensuring delivery within short timeframes and changing prioritiesDemonstrated experience leading a team of specialists Demonstrated understanding of applied innovationPractical experience executing cultural reformDemonstrated experience with knowledge management/analyticsDemonstrated interpersonal skills building and sustaining relationships with stakeholders, including working closely with executive teamsDemonstrated experience with complex systems (essential)Demonstrated experience in data analyses and knowledge engineering (essential)Experience in procurement, contact management and/or purchasing would be an advantage (desirable)Experience with Microsoft products, SSMS SQL, Power B.I., Azure and others (desirable)Experience working in Federal Government (desirable)Experience working in healthcare (desirable)QualificationsFormal tertiary qualifications in data management and visualisation, programming and or knowledge management. EligibilityApplicants must be Australian citizens to be eligible for employment at the Agency. The preferred applicant will be required to successfully undergo a police record check and be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at a specified clearance level.Digital Health is committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTIQ, mature aged employees and carers. How to applyTo apply, please submit your resume, together with a one-page statement explaining how your skills and experience align with the requirements of this position.Closing date: 5:00pm Friday 23rd April 2021 Salary: The total remuneration package for this position is EL2 $146,411 to $173,343 (including superannuation).For APS applicants, please refer to APS Jobs for details of salary ranges. These are in accordance with the Agency’s s24 Determination 2021.Contact Officer: If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact Taylor Dudley - 02 6132 3816 | taylor.dudley@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.
        • geelong, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$50.00 - AU$51.50 per hour
        • full-time
        Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Complaints Officer to join their team at the APS6 level. Utilising your exceptional communication and decision-making skills you will lead and support the complaints team in assessing, recording, resolving, and referring on a case-by-case basis. Duties will include but not limited to:Developing guidance materials and support processes to assist team members and other business areas in dealing with complaints.Leading and supporting team members to effectively manage complaints within expected timeframes.Managing complaints and participant incidents, including assessing, recording, resolving and referring as required.Managing escalated complaints and ensuring strict deadlines are met.Producing quality written correspondence for a range of audiences, including formal responses for the Minister.Managing correspondence, briefing and reporting functions for the Complaints Team.Supporting the Complaints Team to resolve day to day operations issues and assist in achieving the branch’s strategic objectives. To be considered you will haveHigh level internal and external stakeholder engagement skillsExcellent communication skills written and verbal, ideally experience in preparing ministerial briefingsDeveloped conflict resolution skillsProficient in the use of Microsoft office programsPrevious experience with client records management system (CRM) favourable but not essentialIf this sounds like the role for you please apply now and for further information please contact Tom Pedersen at tom.pedersen@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Complaints Officer to join their team at the APS6 level. Utilising your exceptional communication and decision-making skills you will lead and support the complaints team in assessing, recording, resolving, and referring on a case-by-case basis. Duties will include but not limited to:Developing guidance materials and support processes to assist team members and other business areas in dealing with complaints.Leading and supporting team members to effectively manage complaints within expected timeframes.Managing complaints and participant incidents, including assessing, recording, resolving and referring as required.Managing escalated complaints and ensuring strict deadlines are met.Producing quality written correspondence for a range of audiences, including formal responses for the Minister.Managing correspondence, briefing and reporting functions for the Complaints Team.Supporting the Complaints Team to resolve day to day operations issues and assist in achieving the branch’s strategic objectives. To be considered you will haveHigh level internal and external stakeholder engagement skillsExcellent communication skills written and verbal, ideally experience in preparing ministerial briefingsDeveloped conflict resolution skillsProficient in the use of Microsoft office programsPrevious experience with client records management system (CRM) favourable but not essentialIf this sounds like the role for you please apply now and for further information please contact Tom Pedersen at tom.pedersen@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.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Key Points:Canberra ACT Sydney NSW based roleOngoing positionGrowth Opportunity to lead a dynamic teamSummary: This is a leadership role suited to a forward thinking and driven candidate who places data at the heart of decision-making. If you’re looking for an opportunity to pave a new approach to the way data is used in a complex and restrictive environment then this role is for you! The objective of this role is to design and deliver customer-centric analytics and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery and measure the impact of digital interventions. About the AgencyThe Australian Digital Health Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation and clinical quality and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them.Better use of data and technology can help people live healthier, happier and more productive lives. Digital health can make a real difference to people’s health by giving them greater control and better access to information. Tasked with improving health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital healthcare systems and the national digital health strategy for Australia, the Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) commenced operations on 1 July 2016. The Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation, clinical quality, and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them. Division OverviewThe Design and Strategy Division has oversight of digital strategy and planning, architecture and user experience, policy and privacy, benefits and research, data management and information governance,.The Division’s purpose is to support the delivery of the Australian Digital Health Strategy and the Agency’s work plan by continually delivering insights which can shape the future strategy and expand digital health enablement through continually delivering solutions for quality customer experiences. This supports the broader Agency purpose of “better health for all Australians enabled by seamless, safe, secure digital health services and technologies that provide a range of innovative, easy to use tools for both patients and providers.” About the RolePrimary purpose of positionThis position is responsible for leading the Data & Reporting team, which currently consists of eight (8) business analysts, data modellers, and project specialists. The objective of the section is to design and deliver customer-centric information resources and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery. This is achieved by placing data at the heart of decision-making, with advanced analytics providing intelligence that continuously improves processes and information flows.The Director will also be responsible for providing advice to internal and external stakeholders as well as coordinating and assuming responsibility for highly complex or sensitive projects or work programs that have strategic, political and/or operational significance in relation to the activities of the section. They will be responsible for initiating, establishing and maintaining strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.Key AccountabilitiesLeading a team to deliver organisational outcomes, inspiring a sense of purpose and direction among a medium-sized team of subject matter experts.Build organisational capability and responsiveness of information systems and products through data-led design, measurement and evaluation inputs.Influence executive decision-making and negotiate persuasively regarding data strategy and vision.Develop business reporting and analytics requirements and forward work plan for developing and delivering on Agency data and reporting priorities, continually seeking CQI for enhancing ability to deliver data-led insights.Lead a team to establish efficiencies (cost, time, resource) by consolidating and leveraging best-in-class tools.Collaborate with peers and other staff to achieve Agency objectives.Manage team resourcing through recruitment and training to achieve work plan priorities.Proactively nurture internal and external relationships among the public and private sectors Act as data custodian for new and existing data assets.Drive the establishment of process analytics to support organisational improvement.Increase data literacy among Agency colleagues through both proactive and responsive engagements that demonstrate enhanced value of outcomes Follow all Agency policies, procedures and instructions and take reasonable care for your own health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace. Skills and ExperienceLeadershipEncourages and motivates people to engage in continuous learning, and empowers them by delegating tasks.Demonstrate public service professionalism and probityAgrees clear performance standards and gives timely praise and recognition.Recognises the different working styles of individuals, and tries to see things from differentperspectives.Persists and focuses on achieving objectives even in difficult circumstances.Knowledge and SkillsStrong communication, presentation and facilitation skills, with the ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with all team members, especially those at senior levelsHighly developed coordination and organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.Ability to make appropriate decisions within the boundaries of this role’s delegated authority.Strong programming skills with working knowledge of Python, R, SQL, VBA and API’s.Experience using data and insights to shape strategy and improve customer experience.Sound knowledge of data management and visualization techniques to tell a compelling story, which a knack for statistical analysis and predictive modelling.Meticulous eye for detail to deliver work which is accurate & on time.High level analytical skills and conceptual thinking skills, with the ability to problem solve and to provide business content to data results.Excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to employ a variety of communication skills (verbal and written) tailored to the audience.Ability to work independently and within a team to tackle meaningful problems, with excellent work ethic, able to self-manage and progress tasks independently.Excellent research and analytical skillsCritical thinking to uncover and synthesize connections that are not always so clear. Basic project management and facilitation skills to influence, work effectively, and implement solutions in a multi-functional, multi-regional team environmentExperienceDemonstrated experience in extracting and manipulating data from large repositories using SQL and Power BI.Experience developing an organisation wide Data Analytics and Insights Strategy from inception to implementationExperience supporting complex and cross-functional programs ensuring delivery within short timeframes and changing prioritiesDemonstrated experience leading a team of specialists Demonstrated understanding of applied innovationPractical experience executing cultural reformDemonstrated experience with knowledge management/analyticsDemonstrated interpersonal skills building and sustaining relationships with stakeholders, including working closely with executive teamsDemonstrated experience with complex systems (essential)Demonstrated experience in data analyses and knowledge engineering (essential)Experience in procurement, contact management and/or purchasing would be an advantage (desirable)Experience with Microsoft products, SSMS SQL, Power B.I., Azure and others (desirable)Experience working in Federal Government (desirable)Experience working in healthcare (desirable)QualificationsFormal tertiary qualifications in data management and visualisation, programming and or knowledge management. EligibilityApplicants must be Australian citizens to be eligible for employment at the Agency. The preferred applicant will be required to successfully undergo a police record check and be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at a specified clearance level.Digital Health is committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTIQ, mature aged employees and carers. How to applyTo apply, please submit your resume, together with a one-page statement explaining how your skills and experience align with the requirements of this position.Closing date: 5:00pm Friday 23rd April 2021 Salary: The total remuneration package for this position is EL2 $146,411 to $173,343 (including superannuation).For APS applicants, please refer to APS Jobs for details of salary ranges. These are in accordance with the Agency’s s24 Determination 2021.Contact Officer: If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact Taylor Dudley - 02 6132 3816 | taylor.dudley@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.
        Key Points:Canberra ACT Sydney NSW based roleOngoing positionGrowth Opportunity to lead a dynamic teamSummary: This is a leadership role suited to a forward thinking and driven candidate who places data at the heart of decision-making. If you’re looking for an opportunity to pave a new approach to the way data is used in a complex and restrictive environment then this role is for you! The objective of this role is to design and deliver customer-centric analytics and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery and measure the impact of digital interventions. About the AgencyThe Australian Digital Health Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation and clinical quality and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them.Better use of data and technology can help people live healthier, happier and more productive lives. Digital health can make a real difference to people’s health by giving them greater control and better access to information. Tasked with improving health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital healthcare systems and the national digital health strategy for Australia, the Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) commenced operations on 1 July 2016. The Agency is responsible for national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation, clinical quality, and safety. Our focus is on putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them. Division OverviewThe Design and Strategy Division has oversight of digital strategy and planning, architecture and user experience, policy and privacy, benefits and research, data management and information governance,.The Division’s purpose is to support the delivery of the Australian Digital Health Strategy and the Agency’s work plan by continually delivering insights which can shape the future strategy and expand digital health enablement through continually delivering solutions for quality customer experiences. This supports the broader Agency purpose of “better health for all Australians enabled by seamless, safe, secure digital health services and technologies that provide a range of innovative, easy to use tools for both patients and providers.” About the RolePrimary purpose of positionThis position is responsible for leading the Data & Reporting team, which currently consists of eight (8) business analysts, data modellers, and project specialists. The objective of the section is to design and deliver customer-centric information resources and implement new capability through innovative systems and processes that can inform decision making to improve service delivery. This is achieved by placing data at the heart of decision-making, with advanced analytics providing intelligence that continuously improves processes and information flows.The Director will also be responsible for providing advice to internal and external stakeholders as well as coordinating and assuming responsibility for highly complex or sensitive projects or work programs that have strategic, political and/or operational significance in relation to the activities of the section. They will be responsible for initiating, establishing and maintaining strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.Key AccountabilitiesLeading a team to deliver organisational outcomes, inspiring a sense of purpose and direction among a medium-sized team of subject matter experts.Build organisational capability and responsiveness of information systems and products through data-led design, measurement and evaluation inputs.Influence executive decision-making and negotiate persuasively regarding data strategy and vision.Develop business reporting and analytics requirements and forward work plan for developing and delivering on Agency data and reporting priorities, continually seeking CQI for enhancing ability to deliver data-led insights.Lead a team to establish efficiencies (cost, time, resource) by consolidating and leveraging best-in-class tools.Collaborate with peers and other staff to achieve Agency objectives.Manage team resourcing through recruitment and training to achieve work plan priorities.Proactively nurture internal and external relationships among the public and private sectors Act as data custodian for new and existing data assets.Drive the establishment of process analytics to support organisational improvement.Increase data literacy among Agency colleagues through both proactive and responsive engagements that demonstrate enhanced value of outcomes Follow all Agency policies, procedures and instructions and take reasonable care for your own health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace. Skills and ExperienceLeadershipEncourages and motivates people to engage in continuous learning, and empowers them by delegating tasks.Demonstrate public service professionalism and probityAgrees clear performance standards and gives timely praise and recognition.Recognises the different working styles of individuals, and tries to see things from differentperspectives.Persists and focuses on achieving objectives even in difficult circumstances.Knowledge and SkillsStrong communication, presentation and facilitation skills, with the ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with all team members, especially those at senior levelsHighly developed coordination and organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.Ability to make appropriate decisions within the boundaries of this role’s delegated authority.Strong programming skills with working knowledge of Python, R, SQL, VBA and API’s.Experience using data and insights to shape strategy and improve customer experience.Sound knowledge of data management and visualization techniques to tell a compelling story, which a knack for statistical analysis and predictive modelling.Meticulous eye for detail to deliver work which is accurate & on time.High level analytical skills and conceptual thinking skills, with the ability to problem solve and to provide business content to data results.Excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to employ a variety of communication skills (verbal and written) tailored to the audience.Ability to work independently and within a team to tackle meaningful problems, with excellent work ethic, able to self-manage and progress tasks independently.Excellent research and analytical skillsCritical thinking to uncover and synthesize connections that are not always so clear. Basic project management and facilitation skills to influence, work effectively, and implement solutions in a multi-functional, multi-regional team environmentExperienceDemonstrated experience in extracting and manipulating data from large repositories using SQL and Power BI.Experience developing an organisation wide Data Analytics and Insights Strategy from inception to implementationExperience supporting complex and cross-functional programs ensuring delivery within short timeframes and changing prioritiesDemonstrated experience leading a team of specialists Demonstrated understanding of applied innovationPractical experience executing cultural reformDemonstrated experience with knowledge management/analyticsDemonstrated interpersonal skills building and sustaining relationships with stakeholders, including working closely with executive teamsDemonstrated experience with complex systems (essential)Demonstrated experience in data analyses and knowledge engineering (essential)Experience in procurement, contact management and/or purchasing would be an advantage (desirable)Experience with Microsoft products, SSMS SQL, Power B.I., Azure and others (desirable)Experience working in Federal Government (desirable)Experience working in healthcare (desirable)QualificationsFormal tertiary qualifications in data management and visualisation, programming and or knowledge management. EligibilityApplicants must be Australian citizens to be eligible for employment at the Agency. The preferred applicant will be required to successfully undergo a police record check and be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance at a specified clearance level.Digital Health is committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTIQ, mature aged employees and carers. How to applyTo apply, please submit your resume, together with a one-page statement explaining how your skills and experience align with the requirements of this position.Closing date: 5:00pm Friday 23rd April 2021 Salary: The total remuneration package for this position is EL2 $146,411 to $173,343 (including superannuation).For APS applicants, please refer to APS Jobs for details of salary ranges. These are in accordance with the Agency’s s24 Determination 2021.Contact Officer: If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact Taylor Dudley - 02 6132 3816 | taylor.dudley@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Propulsion Engineer to live and work in Nantes, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role contributes to the design studies related to the Submarines propulsion systems.Core accountabilities: Participating in development of technical specification and requirements for partnersContributes to the functional & physical integration of the Energy & Propulsion SystemsContribute to the acceptance of the systems by participating in acceptance testing including; land-based testing in the Adelaide shipyard.The suitable candidate will possess the following: Defence experience is not necessarily relevantAny Engineering degree, but candidate MUST HAVE large Diesel Engines/Generator sets/Rectifier experienceDesign and engineering experience with power generationExperience in any of the following areas:Large diesel enginesFor power generating systemsFor ship propulsion systemsLarge electrical machinesThree-phase AC generatorsDC rectifiersPermanent magnet motorsHigh power electronicsAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Propulsion Engineer to live and work in Nantes, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role contributes to the design studies related to the Submarines propulsion systems.Core accountabilities: Participating in development of technical specification and requirements for partnersContributes to the functional & physical integration of the Energy & Propulsion SystemsContribute to the acceptance of the systems by participating in acceptance testing including; land-based testing in the Adelaide shipyard.The suitable candidate will possess the following: Defence experience is not necessarily relevantAny Engineering degree, but candidate MUST HAVE large Diesel Engines/Generator sets/Rectifier experienceDesign and engineering experience with power generationExperience in any of the following areas:Large diesel enginesFor power generating systemsFor ship propulsion systemsLarge electrical machinesThree-phase AC generatorsDC rectifiersPermanent magnet motorsHigh power electronicsAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$105,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a ILS Lifecycle Cost (LCC) Engineer to live and work in France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position will be responsible to manage the Life Cycle Costs performance of the vessel and environments.Key elements of the role: Being involved in the suppliers’ selection by performing so-called ’local’ LCC studies and by recommending the choice of one supplier with the best LCC;Carry out LCC studies for design choices purpose, both regarding the vessel and its support system. Participate, under the Manager’s guidance, in economic studiesFeeding the LCC overall model with data; with the Naval Group Manager, being involved in the Program Cost Estimates, for the ILS and Support System area.Preparing the LCC justification fileImproving the feedback in this field, from other Australian submarines and associated maintenance feedback.Contribute to relations with the client (in Australia and also RPT based in France) and with design team (negotiations, presentation of results, proposals, etc.), the LSA team and the procurement team;Contribute to Naval Group feedback improvementProvide as necessary materials (data, wording, figures, etc.)Cost breakdown, cost breakdown structures, modelling analysis, Life cycle cost profile.Understanding difference cost elements of acquisitions, operations, support & disposal.Asset managementThe suitable candidate will possess the following: Does not need to be from defenceFocus on finance is more important than Engineering but must come from a project environment2 -5 years minimum experience within Finance/Cost background within ideally an Engineering or asset management field.Any Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a ILS Lifecycle Cost (LCC) Engineer to live and work in France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position will be responsible to manage the Life Cycle Costs performance of the vessel and environments.Key elements of the role: Being involved in the suppliers’ selection by performing so-called ’local’ LCC studies and by recommending the choice of one supplier with the best LCC;Carry out LCC studies for design choices purpose, both regarding the vessel and its support system. Participate, under the Manager’s guidance, in economic studiesFeeding the LCC overall model with data; with the Naval Group Manager, being involved in the Program Cost Estimates, for the ILS and Support System area.Preparing the LCC justification fileImproving the feedback in this field, from other Australian submarines and associated maintenance feedback.Contribute to relations with the client (in Australia and also RPT based in France) and with design team (negotiations, presentation of results, proposals, etc.), the LSA team and the procurement team;Contribute to Naval Group feedback improvementProvide as necessary materials (data, wording, figures, etc.)Cost breakdown, cost breakdown structures, modelling analysis, Life cycle cost profile.Understanding difference cost elements of acquisitions, operations, support & disposal.Asset managementThe suitable candidate will possess the following: Does not need to be from defenceFocus on finance is more important than Engineering but must come from a project environment2 -5 years minimum experience within Finance/Cost background within ideally an Engineering or asset management field.Any Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$135,000 - AU$145,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Physical Integration Manager to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 2-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position is responsible to contribute to and implement CSPI plan and then monitor and control the detailed design, integration and commissioning activities.Core accountabilities: Contribute to ensure the overall balances of the Combat Systems in regards to the main balances of the Submarine.Contribute to the definition of the implementation of the functional links (Pressure Hull Penetrator management, etc.)Assess detailed design/industrial options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of performances, cost, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the physical integration rules, especially through the delivery of System Installation Guide.Support the technical discussion with the Physical Integration IPT, and ensure the information are received and delivered on time and qualityMonitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the CustomerChallenge in transfer of technology from French team in France Not going to be doing the work but reviewing it. The suitable candidate will possess the following: 5+ years’ experienceProduction support in a Shipyard or Aeronautical environmentCombat system installation experienceExperience in assessing impact of transverse requirements Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Physical Integration Manager to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 2-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position is responsible to contribute to and implement CSPI plan and then monitor and control the detailed design, integration and commissioning activities.Core accountabilities: Contribute to ensure the overall balances of the Combat Systems in regards to the main balances of the Submarine.Contribute to the definition of the implementation of the functional links (Pressure Hull Penetrator management, etc.)Assess detailed design/industrial options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of performances, cost, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the physical integration rules, especially through the delivery of System Installation Guide.Support the technical discussion with the Physical Integration IPT, and ensure the information are received and delivered on time and qualityMonitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the CustomerChallenge in transfer of technology from French team in France Not going to be doing the work but reviewing it. The suitable candidate will possess the following: 5+ years’ experienceProduction support in a Shipyard or Aeronautical environmentCombat system installation experienceExperience in assessing impact of transverse requirements Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$115,000 - AU$126,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Engineer Weapons Handling Launch System to live and work in Ollioules, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.The successful candidate will assess detailed design options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of costs, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the WHSS rules.Core accountabilities: Work with specialists to derive domain-specific requirements, including technical and non-technical, and contribute to ensure these requirements are flowed into the designContribute to ensure the overall consistency and implementation of the WHLS and its interfaces with all the other related systems.Tracks key aspects of the evolving detailed design solution and uses this information to adjust the design, if appropriate.Contribute to define and oversee verification and validation activities to confirm compliance with the WHLS requirements and operational needs.Monitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the Customer.The suitable candidate will possess the following: 3+ years’ experience in defence or aeronautical industry within mechanical fieldDesign of complex systemsMechanical or Mechatronic Engineering degreeHave integrated combat systems elements onto a military maritime platformPreferably SubmarineAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Engineer Weapons Handling Launch System to live and work in Ollioules, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.The successful candidate will assess detailed design options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of costs, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the WHSS rules.Core accountabilities: Work with specialists to derive domain-specific requirements, including technical and non-technical, and contribute to ensure these requirements are flowed into the designContribute to ensure the overall consistency and implementation of the WHLS and its interfaces with all the other related systems.Tracks key aspects of the evolving detailed design solution and uses this information to adjust the design, if appropriate.Contribute to define and oversee verification and validation activities to confirm compliance with the WHLS requirements and operational needs.Monitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the Customer.The suitable candidate will possess the following: 3+ years’ experience in defence or aeronautical industry within mechanical fieldDesign of complex systemsMechanical or Mechatronic Engineering degreeHave integrated combat systems elements onto a military maritime platformPreferably SubmarineAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$105,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Engineering Systems Officer to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role will primarily contribute to define the engineering methods & tools within Naval Group France for the Australian Future Submarine Program.Key elements of the role: Formalize the implementation of the engineering methods and tools in coherence with the industrial and program policies of Naval Group SAAchieve synchronization between the different engineering teams operating simultaneously in Australia and France.Support the utilization of the methods & tools methodology across the program and the businessContribute to the continuous improvement of the engineering toolset within Naval Group Australia.Prepare tools for future engineering phases and activitiesThe suitable candidate will possess the following:Understanding of the design tools being used to design the submarineSeeking 3-5 years experience of the method of design and the relevant tools to build themWe are looking for someone with either the knowledge/management of complex design tools and / or experience in designing vehicle using a PLMCAD Drafter experienceNeeds to understand Engineering/ICT/IT & software engineeringAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Engineering Systems Officer to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role will primarily contribute to define the engineering methods & tools within Naval Group France for the Australian Future Submarine Program.Key elements of the role: Formalize the implementation of the engineering methods and tools in coherence with the industrial and program policies of Naval Group SAAchieve synchronization between the different engineering teams operating simultaneously in Australia and France.Support the utilization of the methods & tools methodology across the program and the businessContribute to the continuous improvement of the engineering toolset within Naval Group Australia.Prepare tools for future engineering phases and activitiesThe suitable candidate will possess the following:Understanding of the design tools being used to design the submarineSeeking 3-5 years experience of the method of design and the relevant tools to build themWe are looking for someone with either the knowledge/management of complex design tools and / or experience in designing vehicle using a PLMCAD Drafter experienceNeeds to understand Engineering/ICT/IT & software engineeringAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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.
        • bordertown, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$101,000 per year
        • full-time
        Exciting opportunity for an Asset Manager seeking a new opportunity in regional South Australia. We are currently seeking an Asset Manager for a regional SA council, based 3 hours from Adelaide. This is a full time permanent role. Service Delivery: Preparation and update of asset management policy, strategy, asset management plans and operational plansDevelop and maintain 5 year works programs and annual budgets for all asset classesManage updates of asset registers for all capital works projects and end of year capital expenditure reconciliation for financial reporting purposes Knowledge understanding and experience: A minimum of three years’ experience working in infrastructure asset management or civil construction/design environmentRelevant Management experience and knowledge of and skill in implementing modern management principles Experience in Asset Management Systems, GIS, CAD software and Microsoft office applications.Experience in the development of civil project design and cost estimatesNeeds excellent time management, organisational, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.A Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering or Asset Management or other relevant qualificationsAbility to lead and to organise a busy work schedule and work without supervision within specified time framesMust have detailed knowledge of the:Relevant civil construction codes and standardsLocal Government Act and RegulationsCouncil Policies, By-laws and ProceduresOccupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act, and Australian StandardsMust have a thorough knowledge of road constructions (sealed and unsealed), road maintenance, and machinery operation, repair and safetyExperience using Synergysoft softwareCivil survey & design skillsTo apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, send your resume to Liesel Bredenkamp liesel.bredenkamp@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.
        Exciting opportunity for an Asset Manager seeking a new opportunity in regional South Australia. We are currently seeking an Asset Manager for a regional SA council, based 3 hours from Adelaide. This is a full time permanent role. Service Delivery: Preparation and update of asset management policy, strategy, asset management plans and operational plansDevelop and maintain 5 year works programs and annual budgets for all asset classesManage updates of asset registers for all capital works projects and end of year capital expenditure reconciliation for financial reporting purposes Knowledge understanding and experience: A minimum of three years’ experience working in infrastructure asset management or civil construction/design environmentRelevant Management experience and knowledge of and skill in implementing modern management principles Experience in Asset Management Systems, GIS, CAD software and Microsoft office applications.Experience in the development of civil project design and cost estimatesNeeds excellent time management, organisational, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.A Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering or Asset Management or other relevant qualificationsAbility to lead and to organise a busy work schedule and work without supervision within specified time framesMust have detailed knowledge of the:Relevant civil construction codes and standardsLocal Government Act and RegulationsCouncil Policies, By-laws and ProceduresOccupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act, and Australian StandardsMust have a thorough knowledge of road constructions (sealed and unsealed), road maintenance, and machinery operation, repair and safetyExperience using Synergysoft softwareCivil survey & design skillsTo apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, send your resume to Liesel Bredenkamp liesel.bredenkamp@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.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • permanent
        • AU$48.00 - AU$55.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Your Organisation: Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple APS5 Executive Assistants for two 12 month contracts and one non-ongoing position for Federal Government departments based in Canberra. These opportunities are for a start as soon as possible. Your responsibilities: Your duties will include but is not limited to:Act as the first point of contact for the Executive Office by providing a high level of client services to internal and external stakeholders. Provide executive support and high quality administrative support to the COO and the Group Head.Assist in preparing meetings including coordinating documentation for meetings, agendas, briefing notes and presentations. General administration support to the staff in the two branches including ordering stationary, booking travel and arranging training. Assist staff with booking and payment of training and conferencesManage travel and accommodation for the Executive and staff including organising and booking executive travel and reconciling credit cards for approval by the relevant delegate. To be successful:Demonstrated success in a similar Executive Assistant roleExperience working closely with an office of the CEO or Board membersWell developed time management, organisational, research and analytical skills and an ability to achieve resultsDetailed and diligent in approachStrong computer skills including MS Word, Excel and exposure to financial systemsAbility to develop, build and maintain productive working relationships with a variety of stakeholders. If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to kimberly.corneille@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Your Organisation: Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple APS5 Executive Assistants for two 12 month contracts and one non-ongoing position for Federal Government departments based in Canberra. These opportunities are for a start as soon as possible. Your responsibilities: Your duties will include but is not limited to:Act as the first point of contact for the Executive Office by providing a high level of client services to internal and external stakeholders. Provide executive support and high quality administrative support to the COO and the Group Head.Assist in preparing meetings including coordinating documentation for meetings, agendas, briefing notes and presentations. General administration support to the staff in the two branches including ordering stationary, booking travel and arranging training. Assist staff with booking and payment of training and conferencesManage travel and accommodation for the Executive and staff including organising and booking executive travel and reconciling credit cards for approval by the relevant delegate. To be successful:Demonstrated success in a similar Executive Assistant roleExperience working closely with an office of the CEO or Board membersWell developed time management, organisational, research and analytical skills and an ability to achieve resultsDetailed and diligent in approachStrong computer skills including MS Word, Excel and exposure to financial systemsAbility to develop, build and maintain productive working relationships with a variety of stakeholders. If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to kimberly.corneille@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.
        • albury, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$110,000, per year, attractive package
        • full-time
        Wangaratta locationFull time hoursPermanent opportunityAbout the role The Coordinator Financial Services will be responsible for leading the delivery of Accounting and Financial Services to the organisation through effective management. You will be responsible for managing, leading and developing the 3 members of the Finance team. Within this role you will work closely with the Finance Manager in the efficient and effective provision of financial advice, management systems and administration for the organisation and Finance Unit. This role will include: Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely regulatory, statutory and financial reporting such as the annual financial statements, performance reporting and Victorian Grants Commission return.Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely accounts payable and ensure appropriate controls are in place in respect of supplier management.Facilitate the Annual External Audit process including annual statements through to finalisation within the statutory timeframe.Coordinate month- and year-end processes including communicating with all stakeholders, ensuring all month end journals are completed, preparing and validating reconciliations and working papers, and reviewing financial results to ensure accuracy.Oversee banking and treasury functions including monitoring bank balances, term deposits and loans, banking administration, credit cards, cash flow modelling and ensuring timely reconciliation Council’s bank accounts.Ensure that accounting records are kept up to date in the prescribed manner and that funds are managed in the best interests of the Council at all times.Supervise, coach, develop and motivate the Accounts Payable / Accounting team to foster a high performing team environmentCoordinate the administration of Council’s finance system to ensure effective use in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards, the Local Government Act, and Regulations, taxation legislation and other statutory requirements.Provide high level technical support, advice and training to users of Council’s finance system, design and implement enhancements to the system and implement upgrades as required.Plan, coordinate and implement internal system controls (preventative and detective) to provide quality assurance over financial data and ensure integrity of the general ledger.What you'll need to succeed To be successful within this position you will have demonstrated experience working with a multi-layered organisation. To be considered for this opportunity you will require the following experience and qualifications; Degree qualification in accounting with minimum 2 years’ professional experience relevant to the position.Experience in managing staff in a Finance/Accounting Department.A thorough understanding of digital and data systems and the applications that may be applied relating to financial management and reporting.Detailed knowledge of all relevant Acts, Regulations and financial procedures, especially the ability to interpret and apply Australian Accounting Standards or other relevant legislation.A current drivers license.What you will get in return Working for the Local Government brings with it many benefits including Starting salary range between $85,000 - $97,000 plus superFlexible work hoursWorkplace professional development opportunitiesIf you feel this role may suit you please click APPLY NOW. Or alternatively, email Madde Heron on maddeson.heron@randstad.com.au for a confidential conversation. Please note: Due to the large volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Wangaratta locationFull time hoursPermanent opportunityAbout the role The Coordinator Financial Services will be responsible for leading the delivery of Accounting and Financial Services to the organisation through effective management. You will be responsible for managing, leading and developing the 3 members of the Finance team. Within this role you will work closely with the Finance Manager in the efficient and effective provision of financial advice, management systems and administration for the organisation and Finance Unit. This role will include: Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely regulatory, statutory and financial reporting such as the annual financial statements, performance reporting and Victorian Grants Commission return.Coordinate the delivery of accurate and timely accounts payable and ensure appropriate controls are in place in respect of supplier management.Facilitate the Annual External Audit process including annual statements through to finalisation within the statutory timeframe.Coordinate month- and year-end processes including communicating with all stakeholders, ensuring all month end journals are completed, preparing and validating reconciliations and working papers, and reviewing financial results to ensure accuracy.Oversee banking and treasury functions including monitoring bank balances, term deposits and loans, banking administration, credit cards, cash flow modelling and ensuring timely reconciliation Council’s bank accounts.Ensure that accounting records are kept up to date in the prescribed manner and that funds are managed in the best interests of the Council at all times.Supervise, coach, develop and motivate the Accounts Payable / Accounting team to foster a high performing team environmentCoordinate the administration of Council’s finance system to ensure effective use in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards, the Local Government Act, and Regulations, taxation legislation and other statutory requirements.Provide high level technical support, advice and training to users of Council’s finance system, design and implement enhancements to the system and implement upgrades as required.Plan, coordinate and implement internal system controls (preventative and detective) to provide quality assurance over financial data and ensure integrity of the general ledger.What you'll need to succeed To be successful within this position you will have demonstrated experience working with a multi-layered organisation. To be considered for this opportunity you will require the following experience and qualifications; Degree qualification in accounting with minimum 2 years’ professional experience relevant to the position.Experience in managing staff in a Finance/Accounting Department.A thorough understanding of digital and data systems and the applications that may be applied relating to financial management and reporting.Detailed knowledge of all relevant Acts, Regulations and financial procedures, especially the ability to interpret and apply Australian Accounting Standards or other relevant legislation.A current drivers license.What you will get in return Working for the Local Government brings with it many benefits including Starting salary range between $85,000 - $97,000 plus superFlexible work hoursWorkplace professional development opportunitiesIf you feel this role may suit you please click APPLY NOW. Or alternatively, email Madde Heron on maddeson.heron@randstad.com.au for a confidential conversation. Please note: Due to the large volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Randstad has partnered with a large Federal Government Department on a new exciting opportunity. With continued growth within the Brisbane region our client is looking for new talent in the market. We are looking for experienced Dispute Resolutions officers to work within a call centre environment. About the roleYou would be responsible for the day to day operations for managing and accessing an individual caseload of complaints relating to student loans in line with procedures, provider profiles and assessments. The successful candidate will be engaged to work with the client to make reasonable judgement whether a Help Debt was inappropriate incurred. Part of the role is to use reasonable decision making skills, researching, analysing law and policies to identify possible errors. The successful candidate will be required to educate provider actions and draf Statements with recommendations for re-credit or no-credit of the debt. About you- Proven experience within Complaint Handling and Dispute Resolutions- Proven experience in a call centre - You will have experience working with a diverse range of clients- Excellent customer service skills, both written and verbal - Ability to translate Government legislation - Demostrates commitment to quality customer service To apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen. What's in for you- Exposure to a Federal Government Department - $42 per hour plus super- Monday to Friday - Immediate start - until December 2021 You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a Government department.If you meet the above criteria and are interested in the position. Please click apply now. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad has partnered with a large Federal Government Department on a new exciting opportunity. With continued growth within the Brisbane region our client is looking for new talent in the market. We are looking for experienced Dispute Resolutions officers to work within a call centre environment. About the roleYou would be responsible for the day to day operations for managing and accessing an individual caseload of complaints relating to student loans in line with procedures, provider profiles and assessments. The successful candidate will be engaged to work with the client to make reasonable judgement whether a Help Debt was inappropriate incurred. Part of the role is to use reasonable decision making skills, researching, analysing law and policies to identify possible errors. The successful candidate will be required to educate provider actions and draf Statements with recommendations for re-credit or no-credit of the debt. About you- Proven experience within Complaint Handling and Dispute Resolutions- Proven experience in a call centre - You will have experience working with a diverse range of clients- Excellent customer service skills, both written and verbal - Ability to translate Government legislation - Demostrates commitment to quality customer service To apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen. What's in for you- Exposure to a Federal Government Department - $42 per hour plus super- Monday to Friday - Immediate start - until December 2021 You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a Government department.If you meet the above criteria and are interested in the position. Please click apply now. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • brisbane, queensland
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Randstad has partnered with a large Federal Government Department on a new exciting opportunity. With continued growth within the Brisbane region our client is looking for new talent in the market. We are looking for experienced Dispute Resolutions officers to work within a call centre environment. About the roleYou would be responsible for the day to day operations for managing and accessing an individual caseload of complaints relating to student loans in line with procedures, provider profiles and assessments. The successful candidate will be engaged to work with the client to make reasonable judgement whether a Help Debt was inappropriate incurred. Part of the role is to use reasonable decision making skills, researching, analysing law and policies to identify possible errors. The successful candidate will be required to educate provider actions and draf Statements with recommendations for re-credit or no-credit of the debt. About you- Proven experience within Complaint Handling and Dispute Resolutions- Proven experience in a call centre - You will have experience working with a diverse range of clients- Excellent customer service skills, both written and verbal - Ability to translate Government legislation - Demostrates commitment to quality customer service What's in for you- Exposure to a Federal Government Department - $42 per hour plus super- Monday to Friday - Immediate start - until December 2021 You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a Government department.If you meet the above criteria and are interested in the position. Please click apply now. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Randstad has partnered with a large Federal Government Department on a new exciting opportunity. With continued growth within the Brisbane region our client is looking for new talent in the market. We are looking for experienced Dispute Resolutions officers to work within a call centre environment. About the roleYou would be responsible for the day to day operations for managing and accessing an individual caseload of complaints relating to student loans in line with procedures, provider profiles and assessments. The successful candidate will be engaged to work with the client to make reasonable judgement whether a Help Debt was inappropriate incurred. Part of the role is to use reasonable decision making skills, researching, analysing law and policies to identify possible errors. The successful candidate will be required to educate provider actions and draf Statements with recommendations for re-credit or no-credit of the debt. About you- Proven experience within Complaint Handling and Dispute Resolutions- Proven experience in a call centre - You will have experience working with a diverse range of clients- Excellent customer service skills, both written and verbal - Ability to translate Government legislation - Demostrates commitment to quality customer service What's in for you- Exposure to a Federal Government Department - $42 per hour plus super- Monday to Friday - Immediate start - until December 2021 You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a Government department.If you meet the above criteria and are interested in the position. Please click apply now. Please note only successful candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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