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      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      Key Responsibilities:- Extensive stakeholder engagement, including disability providers, advocacy organisations and government representatives, both federal and state.- Management of projects to develop innovative ways of meeting the needs of the disability care workforce, including evaluation of outcomes.- Writing briefing and minute papers.-The role involves policy development, research, procurement management. The successful applicant will:- Have previous policy experience- Be self-motivated to produce quality work- Be able to communicate clearly and succinctly- Have experience in APS procurement processes- Be flexible and adaptable to changes in work- Have a baseline clearance. An interest in training, or education or the disability sector would be desirable.If you are interested in this role, please submit your application or if you have any questions, please contact Joanna Brooks Consultant Policy & Program at Randstad joanna.brooks@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 Responsibilities:- Extensive stakeholder engagement, including disability providers, advocacy organisations and government representatives, both federal and state.- Management of projects to develop innovative ways of meeting the needs of the disability care workforce, including evaluation of outcomes.- Writing briefing and minute papers.-The role involves policy development, research, procurement management. The successful applicant will:- Have previous policy experience- Be self-motivated to produce quality work- Be able to communicate clearly and succinctly- Have experience in APS procurement processes- Be flexible and adaptable to changes in work- Have a baseline clearance. An interest in training, or education or the disability sector would be desirable.If you are interested in this role, please submit your application or if you have any questions, please contact Joanna Brooks Consultant Policy & Program at Randstad joanna.brooks@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$124,033 - AU$165,983, per year, super
      • full-time
      Are you qualified in quantity surveying or cost engineering? Do you have industry experience within health and human services or social infrastructure? This is an opportunity to further expand on your experience and continue your career working on some of Victoria Health's largest projects. The RoleAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of project cost estimating, planning, and reporting practice across a diverse asset base and project portfolio. A key initiative will be the establishment of the VHBA costing database. As a subject matter expert, you will advise and support project teams in the following areasEstablish benchmarking, cost plans, and estimating practicePeer review of cost plans, bills of quantities, and tendersPrepare estimates for funding applicationsParticipate and support value management Contract administration and quality assurance adviceAssess commercial and contractual risksYour success will be measured by the implementation of processes to improve accuracy and efficiency resulting in a capability uplift and PMF adoption/compliance across all projects. What you will need to be successfulAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will have experience across the whole project lifecycle, supporting infrastructure projects, ideally within a PMO environment. It is expected that you will have knowledge and understanding of industry best practices and be able to advise on project benchmarking, cost planning, estimation, and control to support the delivery of complex programs. You will have experience in the followingProject cost estimation and quantitationDevelopment of cost plans, cashflows Risk and contingency calculations and value managementReporting of estimates for funding applicationVarious project models (PPP, Alliance, D&C)In addition, you will require a relevant qualification in construction management or quantity surveying. Membership of the AIQS, RICS would be well regarded. What we offer Employees enjoy a wide range of benefits working for the Department of Health – from competitive salaries and flexible leave arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading health infrastructure projectsCompetitive salary and benefitsOngoing employmentPlay a vital role in creating and delivering exceptional health infrastructure to support the wellbeing of all Victorians About your new organisationThe Victorian Health Building Authority is responsible for the planning and delivery of the Victorian Government’s multibillion-dollar health infrastructure program including $16.6 billion in managed assets and $7.84 billion in planning and delivery.The Department of Health is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. All jobs can be worked flexibly, and we actively encourage job applications from people who identify as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander, people living with disability, LGBTI+ and people from varied cultural backgrounds. How to applyIf you are looking for a purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Department of Health. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability and motivation for the role. Please use the link below to view the position description, explore employment benefits and learn more about VHBA.https://www.randstad.com.au/moving-people-forward/jobseekers/randstand-vhba/The Department of Health promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or having a disability, and require advice, support or recruitment process modifications, please contact vhba@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email vhba@randstad.com.au or call 03 8319 1274.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Are you qualified in quantity surveying or cost engineering? Do you have industry experience within health and human services or social infrastructure? This is an opportunity to further expand on your experience and continue your career working on some of Victoria Health's largest projects. The RoleAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of project cost estimating, planning, and reporting practice across a diverse asset base and project portfolio. A key initiative will be the establishment of the VHBA costing database. As a subject matter expert, you will advise and support project teams in the following areasEstablish benchmarking, cost plans, and estimating practicePeer review of cost plans, bills of quantities, and tendersPrepare estimates for funding applicationsParticipate and support value management Contract administration and quality assurance adviceAssess commercial and contractual risksYour success will be measured by the implementation of processes to improve accuracy and efficiency resulting in a capability uplift and PMF adoption/compliance across all projects. What you will need to be successfulAs the Principal Estimator and Cost Planner, you will have experience across the whole project lifecycle, supporting infrastructure projects, ideally within a PMO environment. It is expected that you will have knowledge and understanding of industry best practices and be able to advise on project benchmarking, cost planning, estimation, and control to support the delivery of complex programs. You will have experience in the followingProject cost estimation and quantitationDevelopment of cost plans, cashflows Risk and contingency calculations and value managementReporting of estimates for funding applicationVarious project models (PPP, Alliance, D&C)In addition, you will require a relevant qualification in construction management or quantity surveying. Membership of the AIQS, RICS would be well regarded. What we offer Employees enjoy a wide range of benefits working for the Department of Health – from competitive salaries and flexible leave arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading health infrastructure projectsCompetitive salary and benefitsOngoing employmentPlay a vital role in creating and delivering exceptional health infrastructure to support the wellbeing of all Victorians About your new organisationThe Victorian Health Building Authority is responsible for the planning and delivery of the Victorian Government’s multibillion-dollar health infrastructure program including $16.6 billion in managed assets and $7.84 billion in planning and delivery.The Department of Health is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. All jobs can be worked flexibly, and we actively encourage job applications from people who identify as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander, people living with disability, LGBTI+ and people from varied cultural backgrounds. How to applyIf you are looking for a purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the Department of Health. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability and motivation for the role. Please use the link below to view the position description, explore employment benefits and learn more about VHBA.https://www.randstad.com.au/moving-people-forward/jobseekers/randstand-vhba/The Department of Health promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or having a disability, and require advice, support or recruitment process modifications, please contact vhba@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email vhba@randstad.com.au or call 03 8319 1274.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000 per year
      • full-time
      Our client is the Australian Dental Council, they deliver the accreditation functions for dental professions, ensuring dental practitioners across Australia meet the high standards required to practise safely and effectively. This includes the accreditation of dental practitioner programs and the assessment of the professional qualities, knowledge, judgement, and clinical skills of overseas-trained dental practitioners.They pride themselves on achieving best practice standards in accreditation and assessment while maintaining a culture of support and inclusion.We are seeking a Senior Accreditation Officer for them on a permanent full time basis to provide administrative and secretarial support to their Accreditation division, Accreditation Committee and Accreditation teams undertaking site visits. About You: Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal.Excellent interpersonal skills.Highly attentive to detail.Excellent organisation skills and an ability to prioritise competing demands.Highly developed problem solving/analytical ability.Can work well in a team environment and autonomously.Advanced level administrative skills and expertise with Microsoft Word packages, i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint.Strong ability to interpret and apply processes, standards and guidelines.Proven ability to liaise with a variety of stakeholders and senior profiles to maintain stakeholder relationships.Ability to work in a team to achieve common goals and meet deadlines.Experience of quality assurance processes and/or the application of education or regulatory standards.Hands on experience working with tight deadlines and project work.Demonstrated and solid experience drafting agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers. Accountabilities: Manage administrative and information management systems to support accreditation processes.Organise and support accreditation site visits by coordinating end-to-end logistics and event management within financial guidelines.Prepare standard correspondence for the Dental Board of Australia, education providers and members of Teams.Offer secretarial support to Team (T) teleconferences when required by preparing agendas, minutes and other relevant tasks.Conduct surveys and analyse stakeholders’ views regarding the ADC’s accreditation activities.Maintain and monitor accredited programs, including by collecting and analysing annual report data.Organise and plan accreditation meetings, draft agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers in preparation.Support and assist the team with the development and reviewing of accreditation policies, standards and processes.Liaise with education providers, maintain and develop relationships with assessors, ADC staff and other stakeholders regarding accreditation matters.Develop and maintain information related to accreditation on the ADC website.Actively take part in team projects related to accreditation as required.Extend yourself outside set task requirements and be part of a collaborative team. What’s in it for you: An attractive salary and generous leave entitlements.Salary packaging.Flexible work options.An organisation that supports diversity and inclusion.Training and leadership development. ADC are committed to a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBT and people with disability. Next steps: If this sounds like you, click “apply” to be considered for this exciting opportunity. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be considered. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is the Australian Dental Council, they deliver the accreditation functions for dental professions, ensuring dental practitioners across Australia meet the high standards required to practise safely and effectively. This includes the accreditation of dental practitioner programs and the assessment of the professional qualities, knowledge, judgement, and clinical skills of overseas-trained dental practitioners.They pride themselves on achieving best practice standards in accreditation and assessment while maintaining a culture of support and inclusion.We are seeking a Senior Accreditation Officer for them on a permanent full time basis to provide administrative and secretarial support to their Accreditation division, Accreditation Committee and Accreditation teams undertaking site visits. About You: Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal.Excellent interpersonal skills.Highly attentive to detail.Excellent organisation skills and an ability to prioritise competing demands.Highly developed problem solving/analytical ability.Can work well in a team environment and autonomously.Advanced level administrative skills and expertise with Microsoft Word packages, i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint.Strong ability to interpret and apply processes, standards and guidelines.Proven ability to liaise with a variety of stakeholders and senior profiles to maintain stakeholder relationships.Ability to work in a team to achieve common goals and meet deadlines.Experience of quality assurance processes and/or the application of education or regulatory standards.Hands on experience working with tight deadlines and project work.Demonstrated and solid experience drafting agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers. Accountabilities: Manage administrative and information management systems to support accreditation processes.Organise and support accreditation site visits by coordinating end-to-end logistics and event management within financial guidelines.Prepare standard correspondence for the Dental Board of Australia, education providers and members of Teams.Offer secretarial support to Team (T) teleconferences when required by preparing agendas, minutes and other relevant tasks.Conduct surveys and analyse stakeholders’ views regarding the ADC’s accreditation activities.Maintain and monitor accredited programs, including by collecting and analysing annual report data.Organise and plan accreditation meetings, draft agendas, minutes, briefings and committee papers in preparation.Support and assist the team with the development and reviewing of accreditation policies, standards and processes.Liaise with education providers, maintain and develop relationships with assessors, ADC staff and other stakeholders regarding accreditation matters.Develop and maintain information related to accreditation on the ADC website.Actively take part in team projects related to accreditation as required.Extend yourself outside set task requirements and be part of a collaborative team. What’s in it for you: An attractive salary and generous leave entitlements.Salary packaging.Flexible work options.An organisation that supports diversity and inclusion.Training and leadership development. ADC are committed to a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBT and people with disability. Next steps: If this sounds like you, click “apply” to be considered for this exciting opportunity. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be considered. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently assisting a Federal Government department in sourcing multiple skilled GRANT officers across APS5, APS6 and EL1. This is a fantastic opportunity to secure an initial 6 months contract with option of two 12 month extensions. Key Responsibilities: analysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsconduct grant agreement negotiationsundertaking day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activitiesmake sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislationmanage and process reports and associated paymentsengage with internal and external stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programsperforming ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding rounds, including preparation of documentation for assessment committeesDesired Knowledge and Experience grant program management, design and/or delivery experience would be advantageousgood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations supported by sound evidenceability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholdersflexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, in a busy team environment, and achieve resultsattention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesable to show good judgement, think strategically and logicallyyou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a baseline security clearance.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 format (.doc or .docx), or send it to shubhank.dwivedi@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323809 for any additional enquiries.Please 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.
      Randstad is currently assisting a Federal Government department in sourcing multiple skilled GRANT officers across APS5, APS6 and EL1. This is a fantastic opportunity to secure an initial 6 months contract with option of two 12 month extensions. Key Responsibilities: analysis, evaluation and review of grant applicationsconduct grant agreement negotiationsundertaking day-to-day contract management and associated compliance activitiesmake sound recommendations in accordance with relevant guidelines and/or legislationmanage and process reports and associated paymentsengage with internal and external stakeholders as part of designing and delivering grant programsperforming ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding rounds, including preparation of documentation for assessment committeesDesired Knowledge and Experience grant program management, design and/or delivery experience would be advantageousgood communication skills, including the ability to write (or provide input to) clear, well-argued reports and briefs with appropriate recommendations supported by sound evidenceability to build and maintain productive working relationships, including with colleagues, customers and stakeholdersflexibility to manage a diverse workload and competing priorities, in a busy team environment, and achieve resultsattention to detail and problem-solving skills relevant to business program delivery including program promotion, assessment, contract management and compliance activitiesable to show good judgement, think strategically and logicallyyou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a baseline security clearance.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 format (.doc or .docx), or send it to shubhank.dwivedi@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323809 for any additional enquiries.Please 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.
      • darwin, northern territory
      • contract
      • AU$45 - AU$55 per year
      • full-time
      Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. They are currently seeking an experienced Liaison Officer to join their team. The Role:The Liaison Officer will have a considerable level of public contact in relation to complex, difficult or sensitive issues. It may liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a representational role on behalf of the company. The role will assist staff working within health and justice settings to support prospective and existing participants transitioning back into the community. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Liaising with Agency business areas to ensure participants have appropriate supports in place within health or justice settings, and when transitioning into communities. Assisting to address challenges or delays in access or planning decisions, ensuring timely and safe transitions back into the community Providing guidance and advice regarding processes and procedures. Supporting potential participants in hospital or justice settings to access the disability and community. Developing initiatives to build networks across the health or justice sector, raising awareness and representing the company at networking and cross-agency forums. Providing clear and regular communications to promote understanding to external stakeholders in health or justice settings. To be successful in this role, you will have:Leadership and Accountability Management Diversity and Span Job Context and Environment Independence and Decision-Making Stakeholder Management If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au with a current CV. Please note, 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.
      Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. They are currently seeking an experienced Liaison Officer to join their team. The Role:The Liaison Officer will have a considerable level of public contact in relation to complex, difficult or sensitive issues. It may liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a representational role on behalf of the company. The role will assist staff working within health and justice settings to support prospective and existing participants transitioning back into the community. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Liaising with Agency business areas to ensure participants have appropriate supports in place within health or justice settings, and when transitioning into communities. Assisting to address challenges or delays in access or planning decisions, ensuring timely and safe transitions back into the community Providing guidance and advice regarding processes and procedures. Supporting potential participants in hospital or justice settings to access the disability and community. Developing initiatives to build networks across the health or justice sector, raising awareness and representing the company at networking and cross-agency forums. Providing clear and regular communications to promote understanding to external stakeholders in health or justice settings. To be successful in this role, you will have:Leadership and Accountability Management Diversity and Span Job Context and Environment Independence and Decision-Making Stakeholder Management If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au with a current CV. Please note, 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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$70.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, super
      • full-time
      Our client Open Arms is seeking an experienced manager and/or senior professional to lead theimplementation of projects expanding the reach, responsiveness and impact of the nationalCommunity and Peer Program.The occupant of this position will lead activities that strengthen access to Open Arms Peer Support, including through online service delivery, during key transitions, and through strengthened partnership with Ex-Service Organisationsand community based volunteer networks.As a member of the National Community and Peer Program Section, the occupant of this position will deliver high quality advice and services in the areas of program development, organisational development, change management, stakeholder and community consultation and co-design, and program/service evaluation.DUTIES-Lead a portfolio of expansion projects, increasing the reach, responsiveness and impact of the Community and Peer Program, driving the growth of the Program whilst ensuring nationally consistent and quality practice.- Oversee and deliver project management activities and provide leadership to support change management and project implementation at a regional level.- Manage stakeholder relationships ensuring achievement of organisational, staff, community and client outcomes, including through coordinating projects managed in partnership with multiple program leads.- Lead the development of a co-design protocol for Open Arms and manage staff, community and stakeholder consultation to support the adoption of a positive change culture enabling of Program expansion activities.- Contribute to the development of a model fidelity framework to guide expansion activities whilst ensuring maintenance of nationally consistent service delivery.- Lead the evaluation of Program expansion projects and contribute to the development, review and improvement of Community and Peer Program policies, procedures and model of care.- Oversee and contribute to the development of advice, briefings, papers, submissions and correspondence for use in both internal and external decision-making forums.- Provide supervision, mentoring and coaching for direct reports to effectively manage performance and encourage professional growth.- Support an environment that encourages a willingness to adopt participative work place practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct. SELECTION CRITERIADemonstrated understanding of the psychosocial needs, recovery processes and supportsystems available for current and ex-serving ADF members and their families. Collaborateswith others in achieving the strategic objectives of the work area, encourages their contribution and communicates expected outcomes.Demonstrated ability to translate strategy into operational goals by exploring possibilities and creative alternatives, utilising their lived experience with influence and to affect change.Demonstrated ability to provide effective practice leadership and support.MANDATORY REQUIREMENTSThe ideal candidate will be highly experienced in managing stakeholder relationships andconducting community consultation and co-design; brings skills and experience in the Assistant Director Peer ProgramExpansion, planning, development, implementation and evaluation of programs, projects, practicechange or continuous improvement agendas; possess well-developed writing and oral presentation skills; and experience writing policies and guidelines.This position also requires eligibility and a willingness to obtain a Working with ChildrenCheck or equivalent.HIGHLY DESIRABLE-Previous experience in the mental health sector.- Experience working in the Australian Public Service.-Lived experience of military service and/or military family life. If you are interested in this role, please apply online or send your application to Joanna.brooks@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.
      Our client Open Arms is seeking an experienced manager and/or senior professional to lead theimplementation of projects expanding the reach, responsiveness and impact of the nationalCommunity and Peer Program.The occupant of this position will lead activities that strengthen access to Open Arms Peer Support, including through online service delivery, during key transitions, and through strengthened partnership with Ex-Service Organisationsand community based volunteer networks.As a member of the National Community and Peer Program Section, the occupant of this position will deliver high quality advice and services in the areas of program development, organisational development, change management, stakeholder and community consultation and co-design, and program/service evaluation.DUTIES-Lead a portfolio of expansion projects, increasing the reach, responsiveness and impact of the Community and Peer Program, driving the growth of the Program whilst ensuring nationally consistent and quality practice.- Oversee and deliver project management activities and provide leadership to support change management and project implementation at a regional level.- Manage stakeholder relationships ensuring achievement of organisational, staff, community and client outcomes, including through coordinating projects managed in partnership with multiple program leads.- Lead the development of a co-design protocol for Open Arms and manage staff, community and stakeholder consultation to support the adoption of a positive change culture enabling of Program expansion activities.- Contribute to the development of a model fidelity framework to guide expansion activities whilst ensuring maintenance of nationally consistent service delivery.- Lead the evaluation of Program expansion projects and contribute to the development, review and improvement of Community and Peer Program policies, procedures and model of care.- Oversee and contribute to the development of advice, briefings, papers, submissions and correspondence for use in both internal and external decision-making forums.- Provide supervision, mentoring and coaching for direct reports to effectively manage performance and encourage professional growth.- Support an environment that encourages a willingness to adopt participative work place practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct. SELECTION CRITERIADemonstrated understanding of the psychosocial needs, recovery processes and supportsystems available for current and ex-serving ADF members and their families. Collaborateswith others in achieving the strategic objectives of the work area, encourages their contribution and communicates expected outcomes.Demonstrated ability to translate strategy into operational goals by exploring possibilities and creative alternatives, utilising their lived experience with influence and to affect change.Demonstrated ability to provide effective practice leadership and support.MANDATORY REQUIREMENTSThe ideal candidate will be highly experienced in managing stakeholder relationships andconducting community consultation and co-design; brings skills and experience in the Assistant Director Peer ProgramExpansion, planning, development, implementation and evaluation of programs, projects, practicechange or continuous improvement agendas; possess well-developed writing and oral presentation skills; and experience writing policies and guidelines.This position also requires eligibility and a willingness to obtain a Working with ChildrenCheck or equivalent.HIGHLY DESIRABLE-Previous experience in the mental health sector.- Experience working in the Australian Public Service.-Lived experience of military service and/or military family life. If you are interested in this role, please apply online or send your application to Joanna.brooks@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
      • contract
      • full-time
      Our Federal Government client is seeking multiple APS5 and APS6 Compliance Officers to assist with ongoing compliance reviews. Key Duties:Assisting with administrative tasks in compliance surveys, reviews and auditsQuality assurance and analysis of survey responses and audit reportsPlanning and undertaking compliance reviews including desktop analysis and surveysDeveloping assurance and compliance plans to address potential program risksPreparing accurate and timely advice and reports Required Capabilities:EssentialPrevious accounting, compliance or audit experienceGood written and verbal communication skillsGood analytical skills and the ability to discuss issues with a variety of stakeholdersSound information technology skillsAbility to apply analytic skills to identify issues and propose solutions.DesiredExperience in implementation of Government programs or policy. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW via the appropriate link. For a confidential discussion contact Tabatha at tabatha.gallaway@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 seeking multiple APS5 and APS6 Compliance Officers to assist with ongoing compliance reviews. Key Duties:Assisting with administrative tasks in compliance surveys, reviews and auditsQuality assurance and analysis of survey responses and audit reportsPlanning and undertaking compliance reviews including desktop analysis and surveysDeveloping assurance and compliance plans to address potential program risksPreparing accurate and timely advice and reports Required Capabilities:EssentialPrevious accounting, compliance or audit experienceGood written and verbal communication skillsGood analytical skills and the ability to discuss issues with a variety of stakeholdersSound information technology skillsAbility to apply analytic skills to identify issues and propose solutions.DesiredExperience in implementation of Government programs or policy. If you can demonstrate skills and experience relevant to this role please APPLY NOW via the appropriate link. For a confidential discussion contact Tabatha at tabatha.gallaway@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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      The APS4 Operations & Housing Support Officer is a team membership position that will work within defined parameters relating to their area of responsibility. It will apply well-established policy, principles, practices and procedures to achieve organsiational objectives. The position will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve moderately complex inquiries.Key responsibilites: Undertaking delegated decisions and supporting the agency with reviewing, assessing and approving participant’s plans, schedule reviews, assistive technology, payments and access tasks.Assessing, reviewing and providing feedback on planning decisions in accordance with the Act, Rules and relevant guidance.Undertaking record keeping activities, including adhering to process guidelines and standard operating procedures.Researching and reviewing decisions regarding routine cases and managing moderately complex cases with the assistance of staff at higher classification levels.Providing support and mentoring to enhance team development, decision making, technical skills and knowledge in planning delegate decisions.Monitoring and analysing quality outcomes and results to identify trends, tailoring regular training and support functions to improve results.Supporting the leadership team to develop and implement improvement strategies.Working with stakeholders to promote services and functions, and build stakeholder knowledge of planning decision making and procedures.Supporting the delivery and implementation of branch projects as required.To be successful in this role, you must: Sound understanding of relevant statutory, regulatory and policy frameworks in order to draw conclusions, interpret and apply guidance material and resolve recurring problems.Accountable for monitoring emerging issues to identify impact on tasks and identifying and mitigating risks that will impact on own and team work outcomes.Apply judgement, knowledge and limited discretion in interpreting and applying legislation, instructions, guidelines and procedures.Baseline Security Clearance is required to be conducted, should you be successful. To apply: Send through your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au, or click 'APPLY NOW'.Application close midnight Wednesday 20th July. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The APS4 Operations & Housing Support Officer is a team membership position that will work within defined parameters relating to their area of responsibility. It will apply well-established policy, principles, practices and procedures to achieve organsiational objectives. The position will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve moderately complex inquiries.Key responsibilites: Undertaking delegated decisions and supporting the agency with reviewing, assessing and approving participant’s plans, schedule reviews, assistive technology, payments and access tasks.Assessing, reviewing and providing feedback on planning decisions in accordance with the Act, Rules and relevant guidance.Undertaking record keeping activities, including adhering to process guidelines and standard operating procedures.Researching and reviewing decisions regarding routine cases and managing moderately complex cases with the assistance of staff at higher classification levels.Providing support and mentoring to enhance team development, decision making, technical skills and knowledge in planning delegate decisions.Monitoring and analysing quality outcomes and results to identify trends, tailoring regular training and support functions to improve results.Supporting the leadership team to develop and implement improvement strategies.Working with stakeholders to promote services and functions, and build stakeholder knowledge of planning decision making and procedures.Supporting the delivery and implementation of branch projects as required.To be successful in this role, you must: Sound understanding of relevant statutory, regulatory and policy frameworks in order to draw conclusions, interpret and apply guidance material and resolve recurring problems.Accountable for monitoring emerging issues to identify impact on tasks and identifying and mitigating risks that will impact on own and team work outcomes.Apply judgement, knowledge and limited discretion in interpreting and applying legislation, instructions, guidelines and procedures.Baseline Security Clearance is required to be conducted, should you be successful. To apply: Send through your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au, or click 'APPLY NOW'.Application close midnight Wednesday 20th July. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • bendigo, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$46.00 - AU$52.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Our client is a Bendigo based Federal Government agency seeking an and experienced Program Support & Administration Officer to support their Workforce & Employer Engagement Division The duties will include but not be limited to: Assist and support program management by carrying out administration and secretariat functions. Help roll out procurement and contract arrangements, involving reviewing project proposals and drafting of contracts. Oversee and maintain program reporting arrangements including providing input into Ministerial and Executive briefings. Liaise with internal and external stakeholders on program matters. Provide support to Employment Facilitators including program and policy support and facilitating connections with departmental staff and other agencies. Navigate IT Systems and interpret and analyse data. Research community projects and opportunities. To be successful you will have have: High level communication skills both written and verbalExcellent Administration Skills. Great attention to detail. Strong organisational and coordination skills. Experience implementing new programs/initiatives. The ability to Interpret guidelines, and strong Excel skills to analyse data. If this this sounds like to the role for you please apply now and 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 client is a Bendigo based Federal Government agency seeking an and experienced Program Support & Administration Officer to support their Workforce & Employer Engagement Division The duties will include but not be limited to: Assist and support program management by carrying out administration and secretariat functions. Help roll out procurement and contract arrangements, involving reviewing project proposals and drafting of contracts. Oversee and maintain program reporting arrangements including providing input into Ministerial and Executive briefings. Liaise with internal and external stakeholders on program matters. Provide support to Employment Facilitators including program and policy support and facilitating connections with departmental staff and other agencies. Navigate IT Systems and interpret and analyse data. Research community projects and opportunities. To be successful you will have have: High level communication skills both written and verbalExcellent Administration Skills. Great attention to detail. Strong organisational and coordination skills. Experience implementing new programs/initiatives. The ability to Interpret guidelines, and strong Excel skills to analyse data. If this this sounds like to the role for you please apply now and 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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      The APS 5 Compliance Officer position has a strong focus on federally funded Disability Employment Services and programs. It drives better outcomes for people with disabilities and helps them to find work and keep a job. The organisation is seeking people who will build on there positive work culture and be a valued member of a collaborative team. These candidates will always want to learn more, be a problem solver, have high levels of attention to detail, ask questions and use good judgement to consider and assess options. Key responsibilites: effectively assess compliance and service quality of government-funded providersbuild strong relationships with internal stakeholders to assist them to drive outcomes and manage issues and riskprovide intelligence about service delivery on the groundactively identify ways to improve how we do thingscontribute to a high-performing team cultureTo be successful in this role, you must: a positive team member and collaboratorable to develop a sound understanding of funding arrangements and government guidelines and relate these to identified issues, applying sound judgement and reasoningable to analyse and assess information and data to draw conclusionsable to use, or quickly learn to use, a range of corporate information technology systems and databasesa strong communicator, both verbal and written, with demonstrated ability to prepare a variety of correspondence and reports and liaise with internal and external stakeholdersa planner who can organise your own workload, produce high-quality work, meet deadlines and, where necessary, escalate issues to senior staff in a timely mannerdriven to help deliver outcomes for vulnerable Australians.must have a Baseline Security Clearance conducted. Application process: If you are interested in this position, please email your updated CV and a 1000 word statement of claims that demonstrates your experience, to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au, or click 'APPLY NOW'.The statement of claims should show your skills: as a problem solveras a strong communicator both verbal and writtenanalysing/evaluating information and data, drawing sound conclusions and showing good judgementindependently managing your own workload, meeting deadlines, working collaboratively to achieve team goals and escalate issuesworking in disability employment services or a role related to disability, employment or unemployment supportsApplications close midnight Thursday 22rd July. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The APS 5 Compliance Officer position has a strong focus on federally funded Disability Employment Services and programs. It drives better outcomes for people with disabilities and helps them to find work and keep a job. The organisation is seeking people who will build on there positive work culture and be a valued member of a collaborative team. These candidates will always want to learn more, be a problem solver, have high levels of attention to detail, ask questions and use good judgement to consider and assess options. Key responsibilites: effectively assess compliance and service quality of government-funded providersbuild strong relationships with internal stakeholders to assist them to drive outcomes and manage issues and riskprovide intelligence about service delivery on the groundactively identify ways to improve how we do thingscontribute to a high-performing team cultureTo be successful in this role, you must: a positive team member and collaboratorable to develop a sound understanding of funding arrangements and government guidelines and relate these to identified issues, applying sound judgement and reasoningable to analyse and assess information and data to draw conclusionsable to use, or quickly learn to use, a range of corporate information technology systems and databasesa strong communicator, both verbal and written, with demonstrated ability to prepare a variety of correspondence and reports and liaise with internal and external stakeholdersa planner who can organise your own workload, produce high-quality work, meet deadlines and, where necessary, escalate issues to senior staff in a timely mannerdriven to help deliver outcomes for vulnerable Australians.must have a Baseline Security Clearance conducted. Application process: If you are interested in this position, please email your updated CV and a 1000 word statement of claims that demonstrates your experience, to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au, or click 'APPLY NOW'.The statement of claims should show your skills: as a problem solveras a strong communicator both verbal and writtenanalysing/evaluating information and data, drawing sound conclusions and showing good judgementindependently managing your own workload, meeting deadlines, working collaboratively to achieve team goals and escalate issuesworking in disability employment services or a role related to disability, employment or unemployment supportsApplications close midnight Thursday 22rd July. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • perth, western australia
      • contract
      • AU$42 per year
      • full-time
      Our Federal Government Client is seeking caring and friendly Payment Officers to join their team. The main functions of this role combines administrative and payment support to applicants. You will find your day meaningful and very rewarding, an opportunity to see the difference that you are making. The key requirements of this role includes:Collaboration with key internal and external stakeholdersCommunication techniques to provide payment and advice on a range of mattersApplying legislation during decision making Strong analytical and research skills Processing manual payments to providers and self-managed participantsContribute to team decision making and sharing ideas and strategies to achieve outcomesAbout you:Customer service focused with a positive and caring approachExcellent Communication skills, both orally and written The ability to work autonomously with forward thinking to provide resolutionThe willingness to share and collaborate with the wider team and other areas of the Agency To be considered for this opportunity that can bring you career advancement, please apply now. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our Federal Government Client is seeking caring and friendly Payment Officers to join their team. The main functions of this role combines administrative and payment support to applicants. You will find your day meaningful and very rewarding, an opportunity to see the difference that you are making. The key requirements of this role includes:Collaboration with key internal and external stakeholdersCommunication techniques to provide payment and advice on a range of mattersApplying legislation during decision making Strong analytical and research skills Processing manual payments to providers and self-managed participantsContribute to team decision making and sharing ideas and strategies to achieve outcomesAbout you:Customer service focused with a positive and caring approachExcellent Communication skills, both orally and written The ability to work autonomously with forward thinking to provide resolutionThe willingness to share and collaborate with the wider team and other areas of the Agency To be considered for this opportunity that can bring you career advancement, please apply now. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      The VPS 4 People and Culture Business Partner position involves developing, delivering and managing high quality departmental-wide HR initiatives that build capability and enhance organisational culture. The successful candiodatye requires high levels of stakeholder engagement to communicate and influence people across the department to deliver positive people and culture outcomes.Key accountabilitiesProvide high level analysis, expert advice and support to departmental people managers and staff on employee relations, industrial relations, grievances, change management and other employee relationship matters.Develop, deliver, manage, advise on and support a range of other people management functions which may include performance management, workforce planning, policy development and implementation, capability development and reporting.Together with other People and Culture staff, provide guidance, advice and direct services to people managers and staff in a broad range of HR and organisational development areas, including people management, HR processes, culture and behaviour change, capability building and change management.Build and maintain sound relationships with key stakeholders to become a trusted advisor on people and culture issues within the department, and business partner with respective business areas.Support and contribute to the work of the broader People and Culture team to achieve team and broader divisional goals.Key selection criteriaProven generalist capability across the HR spectrum including IR, OD, OH&S wellbeing and coaching and facilitation.Experience in delivering a range of HR services and advice including remuneration, performance management, case management, recruitment, reporting, OD and change management.Experience in identifying, advising, resolving, and implementing complex people issues.Experience in negotiating with and influencing senior stakeholders through strong interpersonal and relationship management skills.Capacity to set priorities and maintain constructive behaviours within a complex, busy and quickly changing environment.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Demonstrated collaborative approach to work, including through seeking input and ideas for own work and contributing to the achievement of team, Divisional and departmental goals.Experience and qualificationsA relevant tertiary qualification in HR or similar is preferredExperience in delivering high level client services within tight timeframes in a complex organisationHow to apply: Please email and updated copy of your resume to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or click 'APPLY NOW'.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The VPS 4 People and Culture Business Partner position involves developing, delivering and managing high quality departmental-wide HR initiatives that build capability and enhance organisational culture. The successful candiodatye requires high levels of stakeholder engagement to communicate and influence people across the department to deliver positive people and culture outcomes.Key accountabilitiesProvide high level analysis, expert advice and support to departmental people managers and staff on employee relations, industrial relations, grievances, change management and other employee relationship matters.Develop, deliver, manage, advise on and support a range of other people management functions which may include performance management, workforce planning, policy development and implementation, capability development and reporting.Together with other People and Culture staff, provide guidance, advice and direct services to people managers and staff in a broad range of HR and organisational development areas, including people management, HR processes, culture and behaviour change, capability building and change management.Build and maintain sound relationships with key stakeholders to become a trusted advisor on people and culture issues within the department, and business partner with respective business areas.Support and contribute to the work of the broader People and Culture team to achieve team and broader divisional goals.Key selection criteriaProven generalist capability across the HR spectrum including IR, OD, OH&S wellbeing and coaching and facilitation.Experience in delivering a range of HR services and advice including remuneration, performance management, case management, recruitment, reporting, OD and change management.Experience in identifying, advising, resolving, and implementing complex people issues.Experience in negotiating with and influencing senior stakeholders through strong interpersonal and relationship management skills.Capacity to set priorities and maintain constructive behaviours within a complex, busy and quickly changing environment.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Demonstrated collaborative approach to work, including through seeking input and ideas for own work and contributing to the achievement of team, Divisional and departmental goals.Experience and qualificationsA relevant tertiary qualification in HR or similar is preferredExperience in delivering high level client services within tight timeframes in a complex organisationHow to apply: Please email and updated copy of your resume to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au or click 'APPLY NOW'.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      The APS5 Project Officer is accountable under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. Legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents guide the position. The role is a team membership position and is accountable for organising their workflow and making independent decisions relating to an area of responsibility. The position will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve. Key responsibilites: Assisting in project management and coordination activities, monitoring and reviewing program and project activities against plans.Contributing to the development and management of project plans and schedules in accordance with the Agency’s project management framework.Providing advice, procedural guidance and technical expertise in specific areas of project work.Performing research work and analysis including contributing to the preparation of reports on relevant project activities.Contributing to regular project reporting including status updates and exception reports.Drafting a range of written material including business cases, plans, executive briefs and corporate documentation for review.Assisting with monitoring project budgets, review and report on expenditure and assist with procurement and contract management.Assisting with the identification and management of project risks, issues and benefits.Assisting with project quality management to ensure that project deliverables are fit for purpose and meet client needs.Collaborating with team members to achieve program, project and business outcomes.To be successful for the role: Provide technical expertise that contributes to business unit outcomes.Apply innovation initiatives to maximise the benefits of change and contributes to the improvement in quality and efficiency of services.Liaise with stakeholders on moderately complex to complex policy, project or operational issues responding to stakeholder’s needs and expectations.Represent the work area or agency at meetings, conferences and seminars.Must undergo Baseline Security Clearance ahead of starting in the role.How to apply:Please email your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au, or click "APPLY". 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 APS5 Project Officer is accountable under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. Legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents guide the position. The role is a team membership position and is accountable for organising their workflow and making independent decisions relating to an area of responsibility. The position will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve. Key responsibilites: Assisting in project management and coordination activities, monitoring and reviewing program and project activities against plans.Contributing to the development and management of project plans and schedules in accordance with the Agency’s project management framework.Providing advice, procedural guidance and technical expertise in specific areas of project work.Performing research work and analysis including contributing to the preparation of reports on relevant project activities.Contributing to regular project reporting including status updates and exception reports.Drafting a range of written material including business cases, plans, executive briefs and corporate documentation for review.Assisting with monitoring project budgets, review and report on expenditure and assist with procurement and contract management.Assisting with the identification and management of project risks, issues and benefits.Assisting with project quality management to ensure that project deliverables are fit for purpose and meet client needs.Collaborating with team members to achieve program, project and business outcomes.To be successful for the role: Provide technical expertise that contributes to business unit outcomes.Apply innovation initiatives to maximise the benefits of change and contributes to the improvement in quality and efficiency of services.Liaise with stakeholders on moderately complex to complex policy, project or operational issues responding to stakeholder’s needs and expectations.Represent the work area or agency at meetings, conferences and seminars.Must undergo Baseline Security Clearance ahead of starting in the role.How to apply:Please email your updated CV to daniela.dragovic@randstad.com.au, or click "APPLY". 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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