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      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$54.00 - AU$110.00, per hour, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      Policy Officers & Managers Are you an experienced Policy Professional? This is an opportunity to further your Policy career through the successful management of Federal Legislation. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australian Agriculture.The rolePolicy Professionals APS5, APS6, EL1, EL2 Multiple positions for those experienced in policy and legislation development are available to support the work of the project over the next 12 months. These positions offer an opportunity to work on a once in a life-time reform on agricultural levy legislation. Although knowledge or experience of the agricultural sector is desirable, it is not essential. Candidates who have experience in policy and legislation development in other sectors are encouraged to consider if their skills and expertise align with the duties of the roles available. Supporting or leading the development of policy and legislation, particularly related to the imposition of leviesCollection and disbursement of levy funds, compliance and enforcement of the levies system, and collection and use of levy dataSupporting or leading the preparation of drafting instructions for the Office of Parliamentary Council to prepare the new legislative framework Supporting or leading the preparation of reports and policy discussion papers for review Reviewing existing legislation and historical levies policies to shape the new legislative framework Liaising with other policy, regulatory and operational areas in the department and across governmentWhat success look likeWe are seeking experienced Policy Professionals with experience in large government reforms or policy development and experience in legislative reform and legislation development is highly desirable, but not essential. Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team, including with remote workers Ability to research and analyse complex information to inform decisions Ability to manage competing priorities strong writing and verbal communication skills working with a focus and applying good judgment to manage issuesMore senior positions will also require the following skills and capabilities...Ability to provide sound advice on complex matters to the executive and the minister Ability to influence outcomes that are evidence based Ability to manage strategic directions while achieving team outcomes experience working in a legal policy/legislative reform role including research, preparing drafting instructions, policy papers, briefing material and analytical reporting would be an advantage, but not essentialBaseline Security Clearance desired but not required. What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Highly flexible working from home arrangement (Equipment provided) Excellent culture + Salary - Part time (2 days +) or Full time available 6 month contract + 6 month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to work through Randstad.Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send directly to joshua.thiele@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email joshua.thiele@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.
      Policy Officers & Managers Are you an experienced Policy Professional? This is an opportunity to further your Policy career through the successful management of Federal Legislation. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australian Agriculture.The rolePolicy Professionals APS5, APS6, EL1, EL2 Multiple positions for those experienced in policy and legislation development are available to support the work of the project over the next 12 months. These positions offer an opportunity to work on a once in a life-time reform on agricultural levy legislation. Although knowledge or experience of the agricultural sector is desirable, it is not essential. Candidates who have experience in policy and legislation development in other sectors are encouraged to consider if their skills and expertise align with the duties of the roles available. Supporting or leading the development of policy and legislation, particularly related to the imposition of leviesCollection and disbursement of levy funds, compliance and enforcement of the levies system, and collection and use of levy dataSupporting or leading the preparation of drafting instructions for the Office of Parliamentary Council to prepare the new legislative framework Supporting or leading the preparation of reports and policy discussion papers for review Reviewing existing legislation and historical levies policies to shape the new legislative framework Liaising with other policy, regulatory and operational areas in the department and across governmentWhat success look likeWe are seeking experienced Policy Professionals with experience in large government reforms or policy development and experience in legislative reform and legislation development is highly desirable, but not essential. Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team, including with remote workers Ability to research and analyse complex information to inform decisions Ability to manage competing priorities strong writing and verbal communication skills working with a focus and applying good judgment to manage issuesMore senior positions will also require the following skills and capabilities...Ability to provide sound advice on complex matters to the executive and the minister Ability to influence outcomes that are evidence based Ability to manage strategic directions while achieving team outcomes experience working in a legal policy/legislative reform role including research, preparing drafting instructions, policy papers, briefing material and analytical reporting would be an advantage, but not essentialBaseline Security Clearance desired but not required. What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Highly flexible working from home arrangement (Equipment provided) Excellent culture + Salary - Part time (2 days +) or Full time available 6 month contract + 6 month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to work through Randstad.Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send directly to joshua.thiele@randstad.com.auIf you have any questions please email joshua.thiele@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$45.00 - AU$65.00 per hour
      • full-time
      We are recruiting for multiple temporary casual Policy Officer opportunities to work as a Randstad contractor at one of our commonwealth government clients. The engagement will initially be for six months with potential for extension for another six months.These roles will be suitable for candidates with experience equivalent to APS5 to EL1.About the RolesMultiple positions for those experienced in policy and legislation development are available to support the work of the project over the next 12 months. These positions offer an opportunity to work on a once in a life-time reform legislation. Candidates who have experience in policy and legislation development in any sector are encouraged to consider if their skills and expertise align with the duties of the roles available. Responsibilities:The duties of the roles (depending on the level of engagement) would include but are not limited to: supporting or leading the development of policy and legislation supporting or leading the preparation of drafting instructions for the Office of Parliamentary Council to prepare the new legislative framework supporting or leading the preparation of reports and policy discussion papers for review reviewing existing legislation and historical levies policies to shape the new legislative framework liaising with other policy, regulatory and operational areas in the department and across government. Role Requirements:Experience in large government reforms or policy development. Experience in legislative reform and legislation development is highly desirable, but not essential. Security Clearance – These positions require a Baseline Vetting security clearance. You will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this level. More senior positions will also require the following skills and capabilities: ability to provide sound advice on complex matters to the executive and the minister ability to influence outcomes that are evidence based ability to manage strategic directions while achieving team outcomes experience working in a legal policy/legislative reform role including research, preparing drafting instructions, policy papers, briefing material and analytical reporting would be an advantage, but not essential. Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. More Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/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.
      We are recruiting for multiple temporary casual Policy Officer opportunities to work as a Randstad contractor at one of our commonwealth government clients. The engagement will initially be for six months with potential for extension for another six months.These roles will be suitable for candidates with experience equivalent to APS5 to EL1.About the RolesMultiple positions for those experienced in policy and legislation development are available to support the work of the project over the next 12 months. These positions offer an opportunity to work on a once in a life-time reform legislation. Candidates who have experience in policy and legislation development in any sector are encouraged to consider if their skills and expertise align with the duties of the roles available. Responsibilities:The duties of the roles (depending on the level of engagement) would include but are not limited to: supporting or leading the development of policy and legislation supporting or leading the preparation of drafting instructions for the Office of Parliamentary Council to prepare the new legislative framework supporting or leading the preparation of reports and policy discussion papers for review reviewing existing legislation and historical levies policies to shape the new legislative framework liaising with other policy, regulatory and operational areas in the department and across government. Role Requirements:Experience in large government reforms or policy development. Experience in legislative reform and legislation development is highly desirable, but not essential. Security Clearance – These positions require a Baseline Vetting security clearance. You will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this level. More senior positions will also require the following skills and capabilities: ability to provide sound advice on complex matters to the executive and the minister ability to influence outcomes that are evidence based ability to manage strategic directions while achieving team outcomes experience working in a legal policy/legislative reform role including research, preparing drafting instructions, policy papers, briefing material and analytical reporting would be an advantage, but not essential. Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. More Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad has recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well established Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS6 Internal Review Officer positions.Your new position As a Internal Review Officer your duties will be: Managing a large portfolio of clients Case Handling and Investigation Risk Assessment and Mitigation Claims Reports and Documentation Liaising with internal and external stakeholders Interpreting and applying relevant legislationYour Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful: Previous experience in case processing is preferred Team leadership Ability to handle difficult conversations with sensitivity and empathy Managing a high case workload Ability to adapt in a high pressure environment Have a proactive approach As this is a Federal Government position to be eligible for this position your must be an Australian citizen Previous experience working at Work Cover or the disability services is favourableWhat You’ll Receive $66 per hour plus super Ability to work within a high achieving team within a large Federal Government Department Quality supervision with great training and career development supportHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, please apply now!Please note only short listed 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 recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well established Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS6 Internal Review Officer positions.Your new position As a Internal Review Officer your duties will be: Managing a large portfolio of clients Case Handling and Investigation Risk Assessment and Mitigation Claims Reports and Documentation Liaising with internal and external stakeholders Interpreting and applying relevant legislationYour Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful: Previous experience in case processing is preferred Team leadership Ability to handle difficult conversations with sensitivity and empathy Managing a high case workload Ability to adapt in a high pressure environment Have a proactive approach As this is a Federal Government position to be eligible for this position your must be an Australian citizen Previous experience working at Work Cover or the disability services is favourableWhat You’ll Receive $66 per hour plus super Ability to work within a high achieving team within a large Federal Government Department Quality supervision with great training and career development supportHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, please apply now!Please note only short listed 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
      • temporary
      • AU$43.00 - AU$46.00 per hour
      • full-time
      We are actively engaged with our Federal Government client in Canberra who are looking for an APS4 level Recruitment Officer to commence a 6 months contract with possible extensions. Key Role Responsibilities:Provision of high quality end-to-end recruitment processing and customer serviceBe the first point of contact for customer recruitment needsProcess recruitment advertising requestsPrepare documentation for candidate offersCoordinate and make decisions for recruitment requests using the e-recruit systemCandidates must be Australian citizens and must hold or be willing to undergo a baseline security clearance The Successful Candidate: Experience with reviewing procedures and seeking out efficiencies Communicate in an effective mannerPrior Government experience highly desirable but not requiredExperience in this area is highly desirableDesire to deliver excellent customer serviceProven ability to build and sustain positive working relationships with team members and clientsHave a positive 'can-do' attitudeBe a committed team player How you will benefit:Contributing on a daily basis to the integral values of the organisationHaving the opportunity to excel and further develop your careerSupportive and encouraging environmentAttractive salary package benefit If you are interested in this role, please apply through the appropriate link.If you would like to discuss anything before applying , please call Nausheen Tabassum on 0261323873 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.
      We are actively engaged with our Federal Government client in Canberra who are looking for an APS4 level Recruitment Officer to commence a 6 months contract with possible extensions. Key Role Responsibilities:Provision of high quality end-to-end recruitment processing and customer serviceBe the first point of contact for customer recruitment needsProcess recruitment advertising requestsPrepare documentation for candidate offersCoordinate and make decisions for recruitment requests using the e-recruit systemCandidates must be Australian citizens and must hold or be willing to undergo a baseline security clearance The Successful Candidate: Experience with reviewing procedures and seeking out efficiencies Communicate in an effective mannerPrior Government experience highly desirable but not requiredExperience in this area is highly desirableDesire to deliver excellent customer serviceProven ability to build and sustain positive working relationships with team members and clientsHave a positive 'can-do' attitudeBe a committed team player How you will benefit:Contributing on a daily basis to the integral values of the organisationHaving the opportunity to excel and further develop your careerSupportive and encouraging environmentAttractive salary package benefit If you are interested in this role, please apply through the appropriate link.If you would like to discuss anything before applying , please call Nausheen Tabassum on 0261323873 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 working with a major Federal Government department to source for multiple APS4/5 Administration Officers on a non-ongoing basis until April 2022 with the potential to extend for the right candidate. Your responsibilitiesProcess requests and applications received to amend existing approvals and work with team leaders on potential changes to requests, seeking approval where required.Update and manage the internal databaseLiaise with internal and external stakeholdersGeneral administrative duties as requested Key capabilitiesNV1 ClearanceAttention to detail.Ability to manage high workloads and work under pressure.An understanding, or ability to obtain, an understanding of data and systems that use data to provide reports.Ability to work independently or under limited guidance.Good communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build productive working relationships with external stakeholders.Ability to identify problems or issues and resolve or escalate as appropriate.Ability to use research, judgement, and problem-solving skills to inform decision making.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.
      Randstad is working with a major Federal Government department to source for multiple APS4/5 Administration Officers on a non-ongoing basis until April 2022 with the potential to extend for the right candidate. Your responsibilitiesProcess requests and applications received to amend existing approvals and work with team leaders on potential changes to requests, seeking approval where required.Update and manage the internal databaseLiaise with internal and external stakeholdersGeneral administrative duties as requested Key capabilitiesNV1 ClearanceAttention to detail.Ability to manage high workloads and work under pressure.An understanding, or ability to obtain, an understanding of data and systems that use data to provide reports.Ability to work independently or under limited guidance.Good communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build productive working relationships with external stakeholders.Ability to identify problems or issues and resolve or escalate as appropriate.Ability to use research, judgement, and problem-solving skills to inform decision making.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$55 - AU$70, per year, +Super (10%)
      • full-time
      About the DepartmentThis Federal Government organisation has a mandate of developing policies, programs and contracts with the core focus of these being, to give Australians access to quality support to enable highly sought-after skills and education for purposes of future employment. Randstad is currently working with this client to source required staff and is interested to hear from all experienced contractors as APS 5 or APS 6 Contract and Program Officer which are available now. Recruitment is under process now so don’t miss out and apply now.**Start ASAP with 6 Months contract and possible extension of 12 months and so on**Job DescriptionThe successful contractor will support the delivery of the SRES Operations inspection program. This contract resource will contribute to monitoring and compliance functions in the SRES Inspection team to:Deliver effective administration of the SRES inspections program.Communicate outcomes of the program effectively with internal and external stakeholders to promote agency.Business objectives in administering the SRES Inspections program.Protect the integrity of the scheme through a risk-based approach to assessment and compliance.Support reporting on Scheme outcomes (including for legislative reporting requirements).Your responsibilities will include but not limited to Manage deliverables with administering the SRES inspections program.Determine and report on compliance with specifications, standards and/or legislation and provide advice accordingly.Maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders on policy, projects or CER administered scheme operation issues.Apply work knowledge, precedent and established legislation, policy, procedures and guidelines to situations involving complexity and sensitivity which require considerable interpretation and analysis.Assist in managing the risk process, conduct investigations and support quality assurance processes of audits general procurement and contract management activities.Assist in the preparation of publications, briefing material and analytical reports.Skills and QualificationsThe Ideal candidate should have experience:Working in a regulatory or compliance-based environment.Experience in engaging with stakeholders and maintaining stakeholder relationships.Ability to acquire knowledge quickly and prioritise, manage or escalate issues and work.Good attention to detail, organisation and communications skills.Proficiency in Microsoft Excel.Hold or be able to hold a baseline security clearance.Desired but not essential Experience working in or with the solar industry.Procurement and contract management experience.Experience in monitoring program development or implementation.Understanding of inspection processes.This role requires the successful candidate to be an Australian citizen with Baseline security clearance. Preference may be given to applicants with an active clearance. Successful applicants may be requested to submit a clearance at a higher level.What's on OfferAn opportunity to showcase and build your career.Excellent support provided by a dynamic and collaborative team environment.Regular outings with the team to grow the relationships.How to ApplyIf this sounds like you, please click “Apply” or alternatively give me a call at 02 6132 3807 or shoot me an email at kunica.sehdev@randstad.com.au to discuss confidential information.“Apply” to submit your current resume in Microsoft Word format.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the DepartmentThis Federal Government organisation has a mandate of developing policies, programs and contracts with the core focus of these being, to give Australians access to quality support to enable highly sought-after skills and education for purposes of future employment. Randstad is currently working with this client to source required staff and is interested to hear from all experienced contractors as APS 5 or APS 6 Contract and Program Officer which are available now. Recruitment is under process now so don’t miss out and apply now.**Start ASAP with 6 Months contract and possible extension of 12 months and so on**Job DescriptionThe successful contractor will support the delivery of the SRES Operations inspection program. This contract resource will contribute to monitoring and compliance functions in the SRES Inspection team to:Deliver effective administration of the SRES inspections program.Communicate outcomes of the program effectively with internal and external stakeholders to promote agency.Business objectives in administering the SRES Inspections program.Protect the integrity of the scheme through a risk-based approach to assessment and compliance.Support reporting on Scheme outcomes (including for legislative reporting requirements).Your responsibilities will include but not limited to Manage deliverables with administering the SRES inspections program.Determine and report on compliance with specifications, standards and/or legislation and provide advice accordingly.Maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders on policy, projects or CER administered scheme operation issues.Apply work knowledge, precedent and established legislation, policy, procedures and guidelines to situations involving complexity and sensitivity which require considerable interpretation and analysis.Assist in managing the risk process, conduct investigations and support quality assurance processes of audits general procurement and contract management activities.Assist in the preparation of publications, briefing material and analytical reports.Skills and QualificationsThe Ideal candidate should have experience:Working in a regulatory or compliance-based environment.Experience in engaging with stakeholders and maintaining stakeholder relationships.Ability to acquire knowledge quickly and prioritise, manage or escalate issues and work.Good attention to detail, organisation and communications skills.Proficiency in Microsoft Excel.Hold or be able to hold a baseline security clearance.Desired but not essential Experience working in or with the solar industry.Procurement and contract management experience.Experience in monitoring program development or implementation.Understanding of inspection processes.This role requires the successful candidate to be an Australian citizen with Baseline security clearance. Preference may be given to applicants with an active clearance. Successful applicants may be requested to submit a clearance at a higher level.What's on OfferAn opportunity to showcase and build your career.Excellent support provided by a dynamic and collaborative team environment.Regular outings with the team to grow the relationships.How to ApplyIf this sounds like you, please click “Apply” or alternatively give me a call at 02 6132 3807 or shoot me an email at kunica.sehdev@randstad.com.au to discuss confidential information.“Apply” to submit your current resume in Microsoft Word format.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$51.00 - AU$63.00, per hour, + 10 % super
      • full-time
      Policy Officers APS5 or APS6 LevelAre you an experienced Policy Research Officer? This is an opportunity to further your Policy Officer career through the successful management and implementation of higher education course content. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australia's Higher Education sector. The roleAs a Policy Officer, you will be working with stakeholders to identify specific gaps and improvements that need to bemade to the Classification. They will also provide policy insights and assist in delivering data-driven projects andinitiatives relating to skills.Engaging with Higher Education providers and relevant areas within DESE to access curriculum dataDriving the strategy for engagement with industry and Higher Education providers to determine and validate the Australian Skills Classification improvements.Assessing the potential impact of data and information from consultations on the Australian Skills Classification.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking experienced Policy Officer's who are motivated, reliable, flexible, able to collaborate and enjoys working in a dynamic, outcomes-focused environment.Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to provide clear and accurate advice toSenior Executive.Ability to build positive working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and to work across boundaries to achieve positive outcomes.Ability to manage a range of strategic and operational issues simultaneously.Experience providing evidence-based policy advice and developing solutions that meet business requirements.Ability to confidently use excel and basic database skills.Ability to work independently with limited supervision.A relevant tertiary qualification would be desirable.What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and well-being support services and resources.Competitive salary and benefits12-month contract with 12-month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 work through Randstad. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send it directly to patrick.conlon@randstad.com.au.If you have any questions, please email patrick.conlon@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.
      Policy Officers APS5 or APS6 LevelAre you an experienced Policy Research Officer? This is an opportunity to further your Policy Officer career through the successful management and implementation of higher education course content. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australia's Higher Education sector. The roleAs a Policy Officer, you will be working with stakeholders to identify specific gaps and improvements that need to bemade to the Classification. They will also provide policy insights and assist in delivering data-driven projects andinitiatives relating to skills.Engaging with Higher Education providers and relevant areas within DESE to access curriculum dataDriving the strategy for engagement with industry and Higher Education providers to determine and validate the Australian Skills Classification improvements.Assessing the potential impact of data and information from consultations on the Australian Skills Classification.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking experienced Policy Officer's who are motivated, reliable, flexible, able to collaborate and enjoys working in a dynamic, outcomes-focused environment.Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to provide clear and accurate advice toSenior Executive.Ability to build positive working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and to work across boundaries to achieve positive outcomes.Ability to manage a range of strategic and operational issues simultaneously.Experience providing evidence-based policy advice and developing solutions that meet business requirements.Ability to confidently use excel and basic database skills.Ability to work independently with limited supervision.A relevant tertiary qualification would be desirable.What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and well-being support services and resources.Competitive salary and benefits12-month contract with 12-month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 work through Randstad. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send it directly to patrick.conlon@randstad.com.au.If you have any questions, please email patrick.conlon@randstad.com.au.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$44.00 - AU$50.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      Randstad has recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well established Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS5 Case Manager positions.Your new position As a Case Manager, your duties will be: Managing a large portfolio of clientsCase Handling and InvestigationRisk Assessment and MitigationClaims Reports and DocumentationLiaising with internal and external stakeholdersInterpreting and applying relevant legislation Your Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Previous experience in case processing is preferredAbility to handle difficult conversations with sensitivity and empathyManaging a high case workloadAbility to adapt in a high pressure environmentHave a proactive approachAs this is a Federal Government position to be eligible for this position your must be an Australian citizenPrevious experience working at Work Cover or the disability services is favourable What You’ll Receive$45-$50 per hour plus superAbility to work within a high achieving team within a large Federal Government DepartmentQuality supervision with great training and career development supportHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, please apply now!Please note only short listed 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 recently been voted Top Recruiter of the Year for the Public Sector and is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well established Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS5 Case Manager positions.Your new position As a Case Manager, your duties will be: Managing a large portfolio of clientsCase Handling and InvestigationRisk Assessment and MitigationClaims Reports and DocumentationLiaising with internal and external stakeholdersInterpreting and applying relevant legislation Your Skills and ExperienceTo be considered for this role you would have skills & experience in the following to be successful:Previous experience in case processing is preferredAbility to handle difficult conversations with sensitivity and empathyManaging a high case workloadAbility to adapt in a high pressure environmentHave a proactive approachAs this is a Federal Government position to be eligible for this position your must be an Australian citizenPrevious experience working at Work Cover or the disability services is favourable What You’ll Receive$45-$50 per hour plus superAbility to work within a high achieving team within a large Federal Government DepartmentQuality supervision with great training and career development supportHow to applyIf you think that this is a role that you might be perfect for, please apply now!Please note only short listed 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$55.00 - AU$95.00 per hour
      • full-time
      **MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES***Randstad has the following communication roles available at a Federal Government Department located in Canberra, ACT.EL2 Media OfficerEL1 Media OfficerAPS6 Media OfficerEL1 Strategic CommunicationsAPS6 Strategic CommunicationsAPS5 Social Media/Digital Communications These roles are a mix of Contract / Non-Ongoing positions but the preferance is for non-ongoing by the department. Some work from home options are available, but for the Media positions, candidates will be required to work on-site. To be eligible for these roles, you must be willing and able to obtain a Police Check. THE ROLES: EL2 MediaThe position to be filled is highly specialised and requires exceptional media management and crisis communication skills. You should have strong experience in a similar media management role, or in the media.The services provided by the senior media officer will include, but not be limited to: Managing a team of communications staff to deliver quality, timely media engagement materials and services Provide leadership to oversee and support media activities, including establishing priorities and managing workflow and performance to maximise media engagement opportunitiesProviding leadership and support for the Coordinator GeneralProducing proactive and reactive media engagement strategies. Cultivating productive working relationships with the Minister’s Office and throughout the COVIC-19 Vaccine Taskforce to successfully deliver media engagement activities. Monitoring of media activity and providing strategic advice to Senior Executive on emerging issues. Coordinating media responses and developing messaging to media.Actively provide input to ongoing improvement activities relating to business practices, operational processes and delivery of services.EL1 Media The position to be filled is highly specialised and requires exceptional media management and crisis communication skills. The candidate should have strong experience in a similar media management role, or in the media.The services provided by the media officer will include, but not be limited to: managing media enquiries and providing strategic communications adviceliaising with journalists, Ministerial Offices and line area experts supporting departmental spokespeople (Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Chief Medical Officers), including briefing for interviews, press conferences and preparing talking pointsmonitoring of media activity and providing strategic advice on emerging issues simplifying and communicating complex information often within tight deadlines assist with the development and implementation of communication projects. provide input to ongoing improvement activities relating to business practices, operational processes and delivery of services.be available for the Media Unit’s on-call 24/7 roster APS6 Media The services provided by the media officer will include, but is not limited to:managing media enquiries including liaison with journalists, ministerial offices and line area experts.supporting departmental spokespeople (Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Chief Medical Officers), including briefing for interviews, press conferences and preparing talking points. monitoring of media activity and identifying emerging issues.simplifying and communicating complex information often within tight deadlines assist with the development and implementation of communication projects. supporting the broader communications branch to accommodate peak periods of communications work. be available for the Media Unit’s on-call 24/7 roster. EL1 Strategic CommunicationsLead large, national behaviour change communication strategies—leading strategic development, implementation and evaluation of communication strategies to ensure successful outcomes.Write, deliver and evaluate communication strategies, plans and activities—using digital, social, stakeholder, Public Relations and media channels.Write, plan and deliver great content that engages our audiences including people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and culturally and linguistically diverse audiences. Work with some of the best communication and marketing agencies around—including researchers, creatives, media, Public Relations and audience specialist agencies.Manage large budgets and timelines—using your great planning and strategy skills to make sure we can deliver on time.Build effective relationships with government and community stakeholders and negotiate good communication outcomes.APS6 Strategic Communications:Manage large, national behaviour change and awareness campaigns—leading strategic development, implementation and evaluation of communication strategies to ensure successful outcomes.Write, deliver and evaluate communication strategies, plans and activities—using digital, social, stakeholder, Public Relations and media channels.Write, plan and deliver great content that engages our audiences in their health and wellbeing.Work with some of the best communication and marketing agencies around—including researchers, creatives, media, Public Relations and audience specialist agencies.Manage large budgets and sometimes tricky timelines—using your great planning and strategy skills to make sure we can deliver on time.Build effective relationships with government and community stakeholders, and negotiate good communication outcomes. APS5 Social Media roleDevelop daily content schedules across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram (average 120 posts per week) – including generating ideas, drafting copy, liaising with designers and external agencies to produce creative assets; as well as collating schedules and coordinating approvalsProduce specialised content including live streamed departmental press conferences, segments with executive medical staff, pre-recorded updates and content for new channels including podcastsProvide social media advice to internal and external stakeholders and work with line areas to develop social media strategies for specific content topicsProvide social moderation support including being available for out-of-hours roster that you are remunerated for.Report on the success of the channels and use performance analysis to adapt and improve content.Administer the ‘business’ side of operating these channels including reporting, social media team inbox, record and financial management. If you are interested in any of these roles, please click the "apply now" button, or email your CV and cover letter directly to rachel.kadziela@randstad.com.au - For a confidential discussion, please call 02 6132 3835These roles will be closing soon, so please do not hesitate! 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.
      **MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES***Randstad has the following communication roles available at a Federal Government Department located in Canberra, ACT.EL2 Media OfficerEL1 Media OfficerAPS6 Media OfficerEL1 Strategic CommunicationsAPS6 Strategic CommunicationsAPS5 Social Media/Digital Communications These roles are a mix of Contract / Non-Ongoing positions but the preferance is for non-ongoing by the department. Some work from home options are available, but for the Media positions, candidates will be required to work on-site. To be eligible for these roles, you must be willing and able to obtain a Police Check. THE ROLES: EL2 MediaThe position to be filled is highly specialised and requires exceptional media management and crisis communication skills. You should have strong experience in a similar media management role, or in the media.The services provided by the senior media officer will include, but not be limited to: Managing a team of communications staff to deliver quality, timely media engagement materials and services Provide leadership to oversee and support media activities, including establishing priorities and managing workflow and performance to maximise media engagement opportunitiesProviding leadership and support for the Coordinator GeneralProducing proactive and reactive media engagement strategies. Cultivating productive working relationships with the Minister’s Office and throughout the COVIC-19 Vaccine Taskforce to successfully deliver media engagement activities. Monitoring of media activity and providing strategic advice to Senior Executive on emerging issues. Coordinating media responses and developing messaging to media.Actively provide input to ongoing improvement activities relating to business practices, operational processes and delivery of services.EL1 Media The position to be filled is highly specialised and requires exceptional media management and crisis communication skills. The candidate should have strong experience in a similar media management role, or in the media.The services provided by the media officer will include, but not be limited to: managing media enquiries and providing strategic communications adviceliaising with journalists, Ministerial Offices and line area experts supporting departmental spokespeople (Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Chief Medical Officers), including briefing for interviews, press conferences and preparing talking pointsmonitoring of media activity and providing strategic advice on emerging issues simplifying and communicating complex information often within tight deadlines assist with the development and implementation of communication projects. provide input to ongoing improvement activities relating to business practices, operational processes and delivery of services.be available for the Media Unit’s on-call 24/7 roster APS6 Media The services provided by the media officer will include, but is not limited to:managing media enquiries including liaison with journalists, ministerial offices and line area experts.supporting departmental spokespeople (Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Chief Medical Officers), including briefing for interviews, press conferences and preparing talking points. monitoring of media activity and identifying emerging issues.simplifying and communicating complex information often within tight deadlines assist with the development and implementation of communication projects. supporting the broader communications branch to accommodate peak periods of communications work. be available for the Media Unit’s on-call 24/7 roster. EL1 Strategic CommunicationsLead large, national behaviour change communication strategies—leading strategic development, implementation and evaluation of communication strategies to ensure successful outcomes.Write, deliver and evaluate communication strategies, plans and activities—using digital, social, stakeholder, Public Relations and media channels.Write, plan and deliver great content that engages our audiences including people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and culturally and linguistically diverse audiences. Work with some of the best communication and marketing agencies around—including researchers, creatives, media, Public Relations and audience specialist agencies.Manage large budgets and timelines—using your great planning and strategy skills to make sure we can deliver on time.Build effective relationships with government and community stakeholders and negotiate good communication outcomes.APS6 Strategic Communications:Manage large, national behaviour change and awareness campaigns—leading strategic development, implementation and evaluation of communication strategies to ensure successful outcomes.Write, deliver and evaluate communication strategies, plans and activities—using digital, social, stakeholder, Public Relations and media channels.Write, plan and deliver great content that engages our audiences in their health and wellbeing.Work with some of the best communication and marketing agencies around—including researchers, creatives, media, Public Relations and audience specialist agencies.Manage large budgets and sometimes tricky timelines—using your great planning and strategy skills to make sure we can deliver on time.Build effective relationships with government and community stakeholders, and negotiate good communication outcomes. APS5 Social Media roleDevelop daily content schedules across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram (average 120 posts per week) – including generating ideas, drafting copy, liaising with designers and external agencies to produce creative assets; as well as collating schedules and coordinating approvalsProduce specialised content including live streamed departmental press conferences, segments with executive medical staff, pre-recorded updates and content for new channels including podcastsProvide social media advice to internal and external stakeholders and work with line areas to develop social media strategies for specific content topicsProvide social moderation support including being available for out-of-hours roster that you are remunerated for.Report on the success of the channels and use performance analysis to adapt and improve content.Administer the ‘business’ side of operating these channels including reporting, social media team inbox, record and financial management. If you are interested in any of these roles, please click the "apply now" button, or email your CV and cover letter directly to rachel.kadziela@randstad.com.au - For a confidential discussion, please call 02 6132 3835These roles will be closing soon, so please do not hesitate! 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
      • permanent
      • AU$46.00 - AU$53.00, per hour, + 10% Super
      • full-time
      Grants Officer APS4Are you an experienced Grants Officer? This is an opportunity to further your Grants Management career through the successful management and implementation of Grants Programs. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australia's Small Business sector. The roleAs the Grants Officer, you will work as a member of a team to provide high quality grant program management and delivery services to customers, in line with the Government’s strategic policy agenda. You will support the Program delivery team through the following tasks:Undertake data entry into the departments grant management system Review and process reports submitted by grantees Process grant payments Perform ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding Draft grant management documentation Respond to incoming emails and customer enquiry calls Lend any spare capacity to assist others in the team on various Committee or process related activities Engage and participate in Team/Branch catch-ups, meetings and brainstormsAssist in the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and best practiceYour key stakeholders will be the Assessment Committee for manufacturing programs within the Manufacturing and Grants Management Branch.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Program Manager with knowledge of government grants management processes for a multitude of sectors – Energy, Manufacturing, Resources, Space, Northern Australia, Climate Change, Science, Digital and Innovation. Excellent computer skills and the ability to learn new systemsGood written and verbal communication skillsDemonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team environmentShows good judgement and attention to detailAbility to work in a fast paced environment Willingness to learn grants management and delivery processes and procedures Customer service skills or experience (desirable)A relevant qualification would be desirable.What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading grants programsCompetitive salary and benefits12 month contract with 2 x 12 month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to work through Randstad. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send directly to joshua.thiele@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email joshua.thiele@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.
      Grants Officer APS4Are you an experienced Grants Officer? This is an opportunity to further your Grants Management career through the successful management and implementation of Grants Programs. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australia's Small Business sector. The roleAs the Grants Officer, you will work as a member of a team to provide high quality grant program management and delivery services to customers, in line with the Government’s strategic policy agenda. You will support the Program delivery team through the following tasks:Undertake data entry into the departments grant management system Review and process reports submitted by grantees Process grant payments Perform ad hoc tasks within the team and throughout the lifecycle of grant funding Draft grant management documentation Respond to incoming emails and customer enquiry calls Lend any spare capacity to assist others in the team on various Committee or process related activities Engage and participate in Team/Branch catch-ups, meetings and brainstormsAssist in the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and best practiceYour key stakeholders will be the Assessment Committee for manufacturing programs within the Manufacturing and Grants Management Branch.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Program Manager with knowledge of government grants management processes for a multitude of sectors – Energy, Manufacturing, Resources, Space, Northern Australia, Climate Change, Science, Digital and Innovation. Excellent computer skills and the ability to learn new systemsGood written and verbal communication skillsDemonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team environmentShows good judgement and attention to detailAbility to work in a fast paced environment Willingness to learn grants management and delivery processes and procedures Customer service skills or experience (desirable)A relevant qualification would be desirable.What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and wellbeing support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading grants programsCompetitive salary and benefits12 month contract with 2 x 12 month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to work through Randstad. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send directly to joshua.thiele@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email joshua.thiele@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$53.00 - AU$63.00, per hour, + 10% Super
      • full-time
      Program Manager APS5 or 6 LevelAre you an experienced Program Manager or Officer? This is an opportunity to further your Program Management career through the successful management and implementation of Grants Programs. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australia's Small Business sector. The roleAs the Program Manager, you will be responsible for connecting work on grants management across the portfolio by collaborating with policy areas and liaising with legal, probity, finance and assurance areas to assist with the delivery and management of grant programs. You will support the Program delivery team through the following tasks:Working collaboratively with policy teams to meet the policy objectives and ministerial requirements through the grants management processLiaising with legal team and any appointed probity adviser's to ensure that probity and compliance requirements are met and adhered toManaging the merit assessment process for manufacturing grant programs via the non-statutory on-boarding of an external committee.Your key stakeholders will be the Assessment Committee for manufacturing programs within the Manufacturing and Grants Management Branch.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Program Manager with knowledge of government grants management processes for a multitude of sectors – Energy, Manufacturing, Resources, Space, Northern Australia, Climate Change, Science, Digital and Innovation. Relevant experience in program delivery and/or managementExperience in using systems such as grants management systems and CRM systemsStakeholder engagement and relationship management skillsHigh-level communication ability with excellent negotiation and problem solving skillsDemonstrated capacity to coordinate responses and manage competing/shifting deadlines and requirementsThe ability to work in a team under limited supervision as well as being able to deliver under pressureA relevant tertiary qualification would be desirable.What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and well being support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading grants programsCompetitive salary and benefits12 month contract with 2 x 12 month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to work through Randstad. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send directly to joshua.thiele@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email joshua.thiele@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.
      Program Manager APS5 or 6 LevelAre you an experienced Program Manager or Officer? This is an opportunity to further your Program Management career through the successful management and implementation of Grants Programs. A role with purpose, making a meaningful impact in planning for the future of Australia's Small Business sector. The roleAs the Program Manager, you will be responsible for connecting work on grants management across the portfolio by collaborating with policy areas and liaising with legal, probity, finance and assurance areas to assist with the delivery and management of grant programs. You will support the Program delivery team through the following tasks:Working collaboratively with policy teams to meet the policy objectives and ministerial requirements through the grants management processLiaising with legal team and any appointed probity adviser's to ensure that probity and compliance requirements are met and adhered toManaging the merit assessment process for manufacturing grant programs via the non-statutory on-boarding of an external committee.Your key stakeholders will be the Assessment Committee for manufacturing programs within the Manufacturing and Grants Management Branch.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Program Manager with knowledge of government grants management processes for a multitude of sectors – Energy, Manufacturing, Resources, Space, Northern Australia, Climate Change, Science, Digital and Innovation. Relevant experience in program delivery and/or managementExperience in using systems such as grants management systems and CRM systemsStakeholder engagement and relationship management skillsHigh-level communication ability with excellent negotiation and problem solving skillsDemonstrated capacity to coordinate responses and manage competing/shifting deadlines and requirementsThe ability to work in a team under limited supervision as well as being able to deliver under pressureA relevant tertiary qualification would be desirable.What we offerEmployees enjoy a wide range of benefits working through Randstad – from competitive salaries and flexible arrangements, to training and development opportunities and a holistic range of health and well being support services and resources.Exposure to high value, world-leading grants programsCompetitive salary and benefits12 month contract with 2 x 12 month extensions available Randstad is committed to building an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity and difference. 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 purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to work through Randstad. Use the “apply” button to submit your resume. or send directly to joshua.thiele@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email joshua.thiele@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
      • contract
      • full-time
      About your companyThis Federal Government Department develops and delivers policies and programs and advises the Australian Government on health, aged care and sport. They work with a wide range of stakeholders to ensure better health for all Australians. This division responsibilities provides a range of services to support greater independence and wellness for clients, including the provision of aged care information and assessment of needs facilitated through My Aged Care, entry-level aged care assistance at home (Commonwealth Home Support Programme) and assistance for more complex needs (Home Care Packages Program).The functions of the Branch range from program management and implementation to policy advice. This involves working collaboratively with a range of stakeholders including peak bodies in the aged care sector, assessment organizations (including the states and territories), aged care service providers, the Community Grants Hub and other areas of the Department.About the roleI am looking for multiple Business Analysts who will work in a dynamic and fast paced environment to perform business analysis work for the Support at Home ICT enablement.Key ResponsibilitiesPerform stocktake and analysis of ICT environment, systems and portals.Develop functional and business requirement specifications, current and future state analysis, business process models, scenarios and workflows.Lead, conduct and participate in stakeholder engagements, requirement elicitation and solution workshops.Support and undertake delivery of other ICT enablement activities and deliverable including but not limited to business validation and testing, change/transition, data analysis, user experience design, user research, development of business cases and supporting cabinet submissions etc.Work collaboratively with the project team, IT delivery partner agencies, and stakeholders.Undertake relevant activities to support delivery of project outcomes as required.Key CapabilitiesPrior experience in undertaking business and ICT/systems analysis, leading and conducting requirement gathering and solution workshops, and liaising with internal and external stakeholders.Ability to think analytically, innovatively and practically about ways that business systems can assist the organisation.Ability to synthesise analysis into meaningful outcomes and communicate results effectively to stakeholders.Ability to plan/manage activities and deliver outcomes within established projects timeframes.Good written and verbal communication skills, including ability to work with internal and external stakeholders and conducting workshops, experience in preparing a range of written materials and documentation, and tailoring messages and style to different audiences.Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities and achieve results to meet program objectives within tight timeframes.Ability to develop and foster strong interpersonal relationships with internal and external stakeholdersManaging competing priorities and timeframes while achieving results.Requirement : Current Valid National Police Check or willing to go through the process before employmentBaseline SecurityAustralian Citizenship is a condition of eligibility.Benefits:12 Months non ongoing contract plus possibility of extensionSalary range from $86K to $97K per annumCanberra location Fast-paced and innovative organisationOngoing recruitment support from Randstad before and after employmentGaining further experience in Federal Government department Next Step :If you consider yourself fit for this position or similar positions, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in Microsoft Word format ( .doc or .docx ) including two referee details or if you would like to discuss further confidentially, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832Job Reference no : 90M0475703 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About your companyThis Federal Government Department develops and delivers policies and programs and advises the Australian Government on health, aged care and sport. They work with a wide range of stakeholders to ensure better health for all Australians. This division responsibilities provides a range of services to support greater independence and wellness for clients, including the provision of aged care information and assessment of needs facilitated through My Aged Care, entry-level aged care assistance at home (Commonwealth Home Support Programme) and assistance for more complex needs (Home Care Packages Program).The functions of the Branch range from program management and implementation to policy advice. This involves working collaboratively with a range of stakeholders including peak bodies in the aged care sector, assessment organizations (including the states and territories), aged care service providers, the Community Grants Hub and other areas of the Department.About the roleI am looking for multiple Business Analysts who will work in a dynamic and fast paced environment to perform business analysis work for the Support at Home ICT enablement.Key ResponsibilitiesPerform stocktake and analysis of ICT environment, systems and portals.Develop functional and business requirement specifications, current and future state analysis, business process models, scenarios and workflows.Lead, conduct and participate in stakeholder engagements, requirement elicitation and solution workshops.Support and undertake delivery of other ICT enablement activities and deliverable including but not limited to business validation and testing, change/transition, data analysis, user experience design, user research, development of business cases and supporting cabinet submissions etc.Work collaboratively with the project team, IT delivery partner agencies, and stakeholders.Undertake relevant activities to support delivery of project outcomes as required.Key CapabilitiesPrior experience in undertaking business and ICT/systems analysis, leading and conducting requirement gathering and solution workshops, and liaising with internal and external stakeholders.Ability to think analytically, innovatively and practically about ways that business systems can assist the organisation.Ability to synthesise analysis into meaningful outcomes and communicate results effectively to stakeholders.Ability to plan/manage activities and deliver outcomes within established projects timeframes.Good written and verbal communication skills, including ability to work with internal and external stakeholders and conducting workshops, experience in preparing a range of written materials and documentation, and tailoring messages and style to different audiences.Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities and achieve results to meet program objectives within tight timeframes.Ability to develop and foster strong interpersonal relationships with internal and external stakeholdersManaging competing priorities and timeframes while achieving results.Requirement : Current Valid National Police Check or willing to go through the process before employmentBaseline SecurityAustralian Citizenship is a condition of eligibility.Benefits:12 Months non ongoing contract plus possibility of extensionSalary range from $86K to $97K per annumCanberra location Fast-paced and innovative organisationOngoing recruitment support from Randstad before and after employmentGaining further experience in Federal Government department Next Step :If you consider yourself fit for this position or similar positions, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in Microsoft Word format ( .doc or .docx ) including two referee details or if you would like to discuss further confidentially, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832Job Reference no : 90M0475703 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
      About your companyThis Federal Government agency is a not-for-profit company wholly owned by the Australian Government. Since 1973, has been contributing to Indigenous Australian's quality of life through the delivery of accommodation and support services across our national network of Hostels. Our national network of 47 accommodation facilities provides accommodation for Indigenous Australians who need to be away from home to access life-changing education, employment, health and other services.About the roleI am working with my client to source suitably qualified candidates for a Procurement Manager at the Executive Level 1 to perform the duties as per below.Drafting of six RFQs Identifying potential suppliers Evaluation of responses to RFQsNegotiate Contracts with preferred providers Develop Complaints FrameworkDraft a business case and cost analysis of outsourcingfunctions such as security, cleaning and meal provisions in hostelsResponsibilities:The Procurement Manager will be responsible for assisting with, but not limited to the following.In consultation with the subject expert, draft Request for Quote (RFQ) documentation for the following services:Provision of Emergency training and emergency-related documentation for staff in 45 hostels across Australia and National Office, Canberra;Provision of cleaning chemicals to 45 hostels across Australia and associated usage training;Provision of sharps-safe disposal facilities and hygiene facilities in hostels and National Office;Rehabilitation providers with Comcare accreditation at various locations (NSW, ACT, WA, SA, Vic,NT, Qld), including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Comcare accredited providers;Work Health and Safety (WHS) investigators for Notifiable Incident investigations at various locations. (NSW, ACT, WA, SA, Vic, NT, QLD); and WHS auditors – for WHS management system audits at various locations. (NSW, ACT, WA, SA, Vic, NT, Qld). Identify potential suppliers based on agency business requirements, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander provider’s through Supply Nation.Provide leadership and secretariat support in the evaluation stage of the responses to RFQ.Negotiate contracts with the preferred providers.Document and develop a framework to support the agency's complaints management system and processes.Draft a business case and undertake a cost benefit analysis around potentially outsourcing some of the agency's functions such as: security guards; cleaning and meal provision.Qualifications and Experience required Extensive experience working in the procurement department in a related field As degree in purchasing management preferred Working knowledge of the industry and market conditions Strong understanding of procurement and negotiation techniques Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to work independently and engage with subject matter expertsRequirement : Willing to go through the process to obtain and maintain relevant national police check, and security clearance if requiredAustralian Citizenship is a condition of eligibility.Benefits:6 months contract from 14/02 to 19/08Earning competitive salary based on enterprise agreement and Government superLabor Hire Hourly rate is considered as well.Canberra location Fast-paced and innovative organisationOngoing recruitment support from Randstad before and after employmentGaining further experience in Federal Government department Next Step : If you consider yourself fit for this position or similar positions, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in Microsoft Word format ( .doc or .docx ) including two referee details or if you would like to discuss further confidentially, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832Important reminder : This role wil be closed on 30th Jan 2022. So please submit your application as soon as possible. Job Reference no : 90M0474296At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About your companyThis Federal Government agency is a not-for-profit company wholly owned by the Australian Government. Since 1973, has been contributing to Indigenous Australian's quality of life through the delivery of accommodation and support services across our national network of Hostels. Our national network of 47 accommodation facilities provides accommodation for Indigenous Australians who need to be away from home to access life-changing education, employment, health and other services.About the roleI am working with my client to source suitably qualified candidates for a Procurement Manager at the Executive Level 1 to perform the duties as per below.Drafting of six RFQs Identifying potential suppliers Evaluation of responses to RFQsNegotiate Contracts with preferred providers Develop Complaints FrameworkDraft a business case and cost analysis of outsourcingfunctions such as security, cleaning and meal provisions in hostelsResponsibilities:The Procurement Manager will be responsible for assisting with, but not limited to the following.In consultation with the subject expert, draft Request for Quote (RFQ) documentation for the following services:Provision of Emergency training and emergency-related documentation for staff in 45 hostels across Australia and National Office, Canberra;Provision of cleaning chemicals to 45 hostels across Australia and associated usage training;Provision of sharps-safe disposal facilities and hygiene facilities in hostels and National Office;Rehabilitation providers with Comcare accreditation at various locations (NSW, ACT, WA, SA, Vic,NT, Qld), including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Comcare accredited providers;Work Health and Safety (WHS) investigators for Notifiable Incident investigations at various locations. (NSW, ACT, WA, SA, Vic, NT, QLD); and WHS auditors – for WHS management system audits at various locations. (NSW, ACT, WA, SA, Vic, NT, Qld). Identify potential suppliers based on agency business requirements, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander provider’s through Supply Nation.Provide leadership and secretariat support in the evaluation stage of the responses to RFQ.Negotiate contracts with the preferred providers.Document and develop a framework to support the agency's complaints management system and processes.Draft a business case and undertake a cost benefit analysis around potentially outsourcing some of the agency's functions such as: security guards; cleaning and meal provision.Qualifications and Experience required Extensive experience working in the procurement department in a related field As degree in purchasing management preferred Working knowledge of the industry and market conditions Strong understanding of procurement and negotiation techniques Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to work independently and engage with subject matter expertsRequirement : Willing to go through the process to obtain and maintain relevant national police check, and security clearance if requiredAustralian Citizenship is a condition of eligibility.Benefits:6 months contract from 14/02 to 19/08Earning competitive salary based on enterprise agreement and Government superLabor Hire Hourly rate is considered as well.Canberra location Fast-paced and innovative organisationOngoing recruitment support from Randstad before and after employmentGaining further experience in Federal Government department Next Step : If you consider yourself fit for this position or similar positions, I look forward to hearing from you. Please click “Apply” to submit your current resume in Microsoft Word format ( .doc or .docx ) including two referee details or if you would like to discuss further confidentially, you can email me ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call on 0261323832Important reminder : This role wil be closed on 30th Jan 2022. So please submit your application as soon as possible. Job Reference no : 90M0474296At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • surry hills, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$42.00 - AU$42.00, per hour, + superannuation
      • full-time
      About the Role:The APS4 Business Support Officer role is responsible for supporting the needs of the wider team. The position provides administrative and operational support, and may undertake research activities.Duties and Responsibilities:Providing high quality administrative and operational support.Managing a team inbox and calendar system, setting appointments.Undertaking research and analysis activities, and contributing to reports.Assisting planners and other internal stakeholders with research tasks.Coordinating and organising executive meetings and community forums.Responding to enquiries and providing guidance to customers as needed.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback.About You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role (e.g. team support, administration).High-level communication skills (both written and verbal).Strong resilience with the ability to have difficult conversations.Government experience is highly regarded.Understanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatory.Australian citizenship.Benefits:Work for a community-oriented organisation.Start or develop your career in the public sector.Next Steps:If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that positions require Australian citizenship and successful pre-engagement checks, including but not limited to a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the Role:The APS4 Business Support Officer role is responsible for supporting the needs of the wider team. The position provides administrative and operational support, and may undertake research activities.Duties and Responsibilities:Providing high quality administrative and operational support.Managing a team inbox and calendar system, setting appointments.Undertaking research and analysis activities, and contributing to reports.Assisting planners and other internal stakeholders with research tasks.Coordinating and organising executive meetings and community forums.Responding to enquiries and providing guidance to customers as needed.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback.About You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role (e.g. team support, administration).High-level communication skills (both written and verbal).Strong resilience with the ability to have difficult conversations.Government experience is highly regarded.Understanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatory.Australian citizenship.Benefits:Work for a community-oriented organisation.Start or develop your career in the public sector.Next Steps:If you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that positions require Australian citizenship and successful pre-engagement checks, including but not limited to a successful National Police Check, and two viable references. 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
      Randstad is currently assisting a Federal Government Agency in sourcing for multiple APS6 Policy Officers. This is a great opportunity for you to be a part of a high-profile government department and a brand new team. The team requires policy officers to lead engagements and consultations assessing tertiary education course content against occupational requirements as outlined in the Australian Skills Classification.The opportunity is for an initial 12-month contract with a possibility of simultaneous 12 months and 6 months extension. Additionally, the Federal Government Department is also looking to fill some Data Policy positions therefore policy officers with experience in Data Governance, Metadata, Data asset registry, Data sharing and Data quality are encouraged to apply. Key Responsibilities: Develop and contribute high level policy advice on complex issues to provide evidence-based advice and recommendationsPerform research and analyse options to recommend and develop policy solutionsEngaging with Tertiary Education providers and relevant areas within the department to access curriculum dataDriving the strategy for engagement with industry and Education providers to determine and validate improvements to the Australian Skills ClassificationNegotiating with external stakeholders to gain access to data and information on course contentAssessing the potential impact of data and information arising from consultations on the Australian Skills ClassificationWorking closely with other teams in the branch to reflect improvements and fill gaps in the Australian Skills ClassificationEssential Knowledge and Experience: Demonstrated experience in policy development and policy implementationPolicy advice experience, including an awareness of government decision making processes and the role of the departmentHighly developed written and verbal communication skills to provide clear and accurate advice to Senior ExecutiveHighly developed stakeholder engagement skills to work across boundaries to achieve positive outcomesAbility to interpret data and analyse complex information to develop policiesSound judgement and decision-making skillsDesired Skills:Experience working with skills, employment, education or labour market information or dataExperience in working with data scientists and other technical roles Experience with legal issues, procurement and contractual issues, internal departmental policies and frameworks, and data governance would be viewed favourablyAll applicants must be an Australian citizen and have the ability to obtain and/or maintain 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 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 is currently assisting a Federal Government Agency in sourcing for multiple APS6 Policy Officers. This is a great opportunity for you to be a part of a high-profile government department and a brand new team. The team requires policy officers to lead engagements and consultations assessing tertiary education course content against occupational requirements as outlined in the Australian Skills Classification.The opportunity is for an initial 12-month contract with a possibility of simultaneous 12 months and 6 months extension. Additionally, the Federal Government Department is also looking to fill some Data Policy positions therefore policy officers with experience in Data Governance, Metadata, Data asset registry, Data sharing and Data quality are encouraged to apply. Key Responsibilities: Develop and contribute high level policy advice on complex issues to provide evidence-based advice and recommendationsPerform research and analyse options to recommend and develop policy solutionsEngaging with Tertiary Education providers and relevant areas within the department to access curriculum dataDriving the strategy for engagement with industry and Education providers to determine and validate improvements to the Australian Skills ClassificationNegotiating with external stakeholders to gain access to data and information on course contentAssessing the potential impact of data and information arising from consultations on the Australian Skills ClassificationWorking closely with other teams in the branch to reflect improvements and fill gaps in the Australian Skills ClassificationEssential Knowledge and Experience: Demonstrated experience in policy development and policy implementationPolicy advice experience, including an awareness of government decision making processes and the role of the departmentHighly developed written and verbal communication skills to provide clear and accurate advice to Senior ExecutiveHighly developed stakeholder engagement skills to work across boundaries to achieve positive outcomesAbility to interpret data and analyse complex information to develop policiesSound judgement and decision-making skillsDesired Skills:Experience working with skills, employment, education or labour market information or dataExperience in working with data scientists and other technical roles Experience with legal issues, procurement and contractual issues, internal departmental policies and frameworks, and data governance would be viewed favourablyAll applicants must be an Australian citizen and have the ability to obtain and/or maintain 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 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
      • full-time
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates who are skilled and experienced in collection management, project coordination, management and team leadership to join their team at the APS6 level and play their part working within a large scale program of digitisation work. You will be self motivated and capable of bringing your skills and talents in leading and supporting project planning, coordination and stakeholder engagement. In addition to this, experience working in collections management and digitisation is highly regarded by our client, alongside hard work and commitment. Key responsibilities:Leadership and supervision of project officers within the teamStakeholder engagement with internal and external stakeholders relevant to the projectProject reporting to both project manager and line management including tracking and reporting to all stakeholdersCoordinating and contributing to collection material due to be digitised including preparing items for movementOverseeing and contributing as part of the wider team to the day to day pipelining of digitisation materialReview and assess various proposals and ensure quality control within the system Preparation and delivery of communications around project overallDesired knowledge and experience:Sound understanding of and experience with the principles and processes for managing collections materialsProven experience with project management including excellent research, writing and communication skills Systems proficiency relevant to collections management A strong understanding of digitisation processes and copyright and access principlesAn ability to plan and prioritise multiple tasks, with effective time management Has highly-developed initiative and problem solving skillsProficient communicator with a proven capability to liaise and work collaboratively with othersEffectively develops and maintains strong stakeholder relationshipsHas a broad understanding of Australian history and culture 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 ella.calderwood@randstad.com.au. 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.
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates who are skilled and experienced in collection management, project coordination, management and team leadership to join their team at the APS6 level and play their part working within a large scale program of digitisation work. You will be self motivated and capable of bringing your skills and talents in leading and supporting project planning, coordination and stakeholder engagement. In addition to this, experience working in collections management and digitisation is highly regarded by our client, alongside hard work and commitment. Key responsibilities:Leadership and supervision of project officers within the teamStakeholder engagement with internal and external stakeholders relevant to the projectProject reporting to both project manager and line management including tracking and reporting to all stakeholdersCoordinating and contributing to collection material due to be digitised including preparing items for movementOverseeing and contributing as part of the wider team to the day to day pipelining of digitisation materialReview and assess various proposals and ensure quality control within the system Preparation and delivery of communications around project overallDesired knowledge and experience:Sound understanding of and experience with the principles and processes for managing collections materialsProven experience with project management including excellent research, writing and communication skills Systems proficiency relevant to collections management A strong understanding of digitisation processes and copyright and access principlesAn ability to plan and prioritise multiple tasks, with effective time management Has highly-developed initiative and problem solving skillsProficient communicator with a proven capability to liaise and work collaboratively with othersEffectively develops and maintains strong stakeholder relationshipsHas a broad understanding of Australian history and culture 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 ella.calderwood@randstad.com.au. 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
      • AU$46.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be recruiting for our valued Federal Government client who are seeking an experienced Team Supervisor to join their ever growing department. The department is the front line of customer service for jobseekers, employers and members of the public facing significant or complex challenges regarding employment. You will be responsible for supporting the team in handling inbound calls and providing advice and guidance on government programmes. Main Duties of a Team Supervisor:Monday to Friday rostered between 8am to 6pm, full time positionSupport and train your team while role modeling Department valuesMonitor quality and allocate workloads Resolve escalated enquiries through investigation and analysisPrepare correspondence and documentation.We are looking for candidates with who have:Experience in a Supervisor role fostering team culture Willingness to train and adapt to individual needsExperience handling complex calls and enquiriesThe ability to work in a busy environment with efficient organizational skillsHighly developed oral and written communicationNegotiation and liaison skillsUnderstanding of government programmes and initiatives are desirable but not essentialYou must be an Australian Citizen to applyWhat you’ll receiveStep into working in the federal governmentContribute to the Departments environment and growthAttractive hourly rate3 month contract with possibility of extension for the right candidateDedicated Randstad consultant Please click apply now and upload your most recent resume.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 are excited to be recruiting for our valued Federal Government client who are seeking an experienced Team Supervisor to join their ever growing department. The department is the front line of customer service for jobseekers, employers and members of the public facing significant or complex challenges regarding employment. You will be responsible for supporting the team in handling inbound calls and providing advice and guidance on government programmes. Main Duties of a Team Supervisor:Monday to Friday rostered between 8am to 6pm, full time positionSupport and train your team while role modeling Department valuesMonitor quality and allocate workloads Resolve escalated enquiries through investigation and analysisPrepare correspondence and documentation.We are looking for candidates with who have:Experience in a Supervisor role fostering team culture Willingness to train and adapt to individual needsExperience handling complex calls and enquiriesThe ability to work in a busy environment with efficient organizational skillsHighly developed oral and written communicationNegotiation and liaison skillsUnderstanding of government programmes and initiatives are desirable but not essentialYou must be an Australian Citizen to applyWhat you’ll receiveStep into working in the federal governmentContribute to the Departments environment and growthAttractive hourly rate3 month contract with possibility of extension for the right candidateDedicated Randstad consultant Please click apply now and upload your most recent resume.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
      • full-time
      This team works collaboratively with policy teams to meet objectives and ministerial requirements through the grants management process. About the role:Program delivery, including assessing eligibility and/or merit of applications for program support, inaccordance with relevant legislation and guidelines, and justifying recommendations with appropriateevidenceProviding Secretariat support for various arrangementsWriting all forms of written reports and briefs regarding businesses and industry developmentEngaging with different teams across the wider department and external partners as well as negotiatingand managing contracts with businesses and other organisationsMentoring and/or coaching of other team members About you:Relevant experience in program and/or grants deliveryBuild and maintain strong relationships with stakeholdersHigh level communication, with excellent negotiation and problem solving skillsDemonstrated capacity to coordinate responses and manage competing/shifting deadlines At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This team works collaboratively with policy teams to meet objectives and ministerial requirements through the grants management process. About the role:Program delivery, including assessing eligibility and/or merit of applications for program support, inaccordance with relevant legislation and guidelines, and justifying recommendations with appropriateevidenceProviding Secretariat support for various arrangementsWriting all forms of written reports and briefs regarding businesses and industry developmentEngaging with different teams across the wider department and external partners as well as negotiatingand managing contracts with businesses and other organisationsMentoring and/or coaching of other team members About you:Relevant experience in program and/or grants deliveryBuild and maintain strong relationships with stakeholdersHigh level communication, with excellent negotiation and problem solving skillsDemonstrated capacity to coordinate responses and manage competing/shifting deadlines At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • temporary
      • AU$36.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, + superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad are excited to be recruiting for our valued client who are on the lookout for experienced contact centre professionals who want to join a growing Federal Government department as a Customer Service Officer. You will be respectful and energetic to maintain a positive outlook. The Customer Service Officer is the front line of customer service for jobseekers and members of the public facing significant or complex challenges. You will be responsible for handling inbound calls and providing advice and guidance on government programmes. Main Duties of a Customer Service Officer:Monday to Friday rostered between 8am to 6pm, full time positionHigh volume inbound callsResolve enquiries which require investigation and analysisManage enquiries via telephone, email and written correspondencePrepare correspondence and documentation including written responses to customers on routine matters.We are looking for candidates with who have:Experience in an inbound or outbound contact centre positionExperience handling complex calls and enquiriesThe ability to work in a fast paced environment with efficient organisational skillsHighly developed oral and written communicationNegotiation and liaison skillsUnderstanding of government programmes and initiatives are desirable but not essentialYou must be an Australian Citizen to applyWhat you’ll receiveStep into working in the federal governmentAbility to work as a member of a virtual team, contribute ideas and demonstrate initiative and flexibility.Attractive hourly rate3 month contract with possibility of extension for the right candidateDedicated Randstad consultant Please click apply now and upload your most recent resume.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 are excited to be recruiting for our valued client who are on the lookout for experienced contact centre professionals who want to join a growing Federal Government department as a Customer Service Officer. You will be respectful and energetic to maintain a positive outlook. The Customer Service Officer is the front line of customer service for jobseekers and members of the public facing significant or complex challenges. You will be responsible for handling inbound calls and providing advice and guidance on government programmes. Main Duties of a Customer Service Officer:Monday to Friday rostered between 8am to 6pm, full time positionHigh volume inbound callsResolve enquiries which require investigation and analysisManage enquiries via telephone, email and written correspondencePrepare correspondence and documentation including written responses to customers on routine matters.We are looking for candidates with who have:Experience in an inbound or outbound contact centre positionExperience handling complex calls and enquiriesThe ability to work in a fast paced environment with efficient organisational skillsHighly developed oral and written communicationNegotiation and liaison skillsUnderstanding of government programmes and initiatives are desirable but not essentialYou must be an Australian Citizen to applyWhat you’ll receiveStep into working in the federal governmentAbility to work as a member of a virtual team, contribute ideas and demonstrate initiative and flexibility.Attractive hourly rate3 month contract with possibility of extension for the right candidateDedicated Randstad consultant Please click apply now and upload your most recent resume.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
      Do you have excellent written skills? Would you like to be part of the Federal Government's recruitment process? Would you like an opportunity to work flexibly and undertake ad hoc assignments? Then scribing might be the right job for you!As a scribe you will have the opportunity to assist our Federal Government clients through their phases of recruiting staff.Your duties can vary and may include:recording detailed notes during job interviewsguiding and supporting selection panels through the recruitment processconducting reference checkspreparing final selection reportsWhat you will bring to the role:a strong commitment and focus on customer servicestrong verbal and written communication skillsability to build rapport with people at various levelsgeneral flexibility and availability for ad hoc assignmentsability to complete work to tight deadlinesexceptional active listening skillswell developed organisational skillsknowledge of Public Sector recruitment processes is desirableIf you would like to know more about what scribes do and how Randstad can work with you please call Leanne Alexander on 6132 3836 for more information. Alternatively you can send your resume to us by clicking on the APPLY NOW button below, or to leanne.alexander@randstad.com.au. We can provide you with the support to become an expert scribe!At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Do you have excellent written skills? Would you like to be part of the Federal Government's recruitment process? Would you like an opportunity to work flexibly and undertake ad hoc assignments? Then scribing might be the right job for you!As a scribe you will have the opportunity to assist our Federal Government clients through their phases of recruiting staff.Your duties can vary and may include:recording detailed notes during job interviewsguiding and supporting selection panels through the recruitment processconducting reference checkspreparing final selection reportsWhat you will bring to the role:a strong commitment and focus on customer servicestrong verbal and written communication skillsability to build rapport with people at various levelsgeneral flexibility and availability for ad hoc assignmentsability to complete work to tight deadlinesexceptional active listening skillswell developed organisational skillsknowledge of Public Sector recruitment processes is desirableIf you would like to know more about what scribes do and how Randstad can work with you please call Leanne Alexander on 6132 3836 for more information. Alternatively you can send your resume to us by clicking on the APPLY NOW button below, or to leanne.alexander@randstad.com.au. We can provide you with the support to become an expert scribe!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$58.00 - AU$63.00, per hour, + 10 % super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting a Senior Investigator who can undertake and manage high quality, professional investigations into allegations of fraud against Early Childhood and Child Care programs and funding.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Investigator is responsible for the conduct of investigations and may act as the Case Manager for an investigation. The Case Manager is to co-ordinate case planning, the conduct of the investigation, and the evaluation of evidence and brief preparation.What you will need to exceedExtensive experience in strategic, operational and tactical intelligence support.Be able to support other team staff in their duties.Be able to mentor Investigators and manage several cases concurrently, which may include CaseManager duties.Ensure the case management system is up to date regarding allocated investigations.Strong strategic, conceptual, analytical and verbal/written communication skills.Demonstrated ability to plan and organise your work.DesirableCertificate IV in Government Investigations or equivalentQualifications and/or extensive experience in fraud investigations, risk identification andproject/operations management.Ability to work in a diverse, multidisciplinary and geographically dispersed team.Knowledge of the early childhood education and care sector.Next stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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 recruiting a Senior Investigator who can undertake and manage high quality, professional investigations into allegations of fraud against Early Childhood and Child Care programs and funding.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Senior Investigator is responsible for the conduct of investigations and may act as the Case Manager for an investigation. The Case Manager is to co-ordinate case planning, the conduct of the investigation, and the evaluation of evidence and brief preparation.What you will need to exceedExtensive experience in strategic, operational and tactical intelligence support.Be able to support other team staff in their duties.Be able to mentor Investigators and manage several cases concurrently, which may include CaseManager duties.Ensure the case management system is up to date regarding allocated investigations.Strong strategic, conceptual, analytical and verbal/written communication skills.Demonstrated ability to plan and organise your work.DesirableCertificate IV in Government Investigations or equivalentQualifications and/or extensive experience in fraud investigations, risk identification andproject/operations management.Ability to work in a diverse, multidisciplinary and geographically dispersed team.Knowledge of the early childhood education and care sector.Next stepsIf you are currently searching for current opportunities, please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au, and I will endeavour to reach out to you.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$43.00 per hour
      • full-time
      The Dispute Resolution officer is responsible for managing and accessing an individual caseload of complaints.The work involves researching and analysing law and policies to identify discrepancies and forming a recommendation for credit. About the role:Receiving and case managing complaints from members of the publicAssessing the complaint, obtaining further information as required and determining the next steps in the process.Preparing a draft recommendation, including considered and accurate statements of reasons.Ensuring efficient and accurate recording of informationFostering and maintaining internal and external relationshipsAbout you:A friendly, positive and professional demeanourAbility to complete assessments and tasks in a timely and efficient mannerExcellent communication skills, both written and verbalDemonstrates a commitment to quality customer serviceContribute to a culture of continual improvement by offering and seeking constructive feedback 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 Dispute Resolution officer is responsible for managing and accessing an individual caseload of complaints.The work involves researching and analysing law and policies to identify discrepancies and forming a recommendation for credit. About the role:Receiving and case managing complaints from members of the publicAssessing the complaint, obtaining further information as required and determining the next steps in the process.Preparing a draft recommendation, including considered and accurate statements of reasons.Ensuring efficient and accurate recording of informationFostering and maintaining internal and external relationshipsAbout you:A friendly, positive and professional demeanourAbility to complete assessments and tasks in a timely and efficient mannerExcellent communication skills, both written and verbalDemonstrates a commitment to quality customer serviceContribute to a culture of continual improvement by offering and seeking constructive feedback 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
      • full-time
      The role:Case Managers are the ‘face of the Department’ for aged care services and will be required to complete quality audits and perform risk assessments for home aged care services, intrastate.Your duties will include:Provide support to the EL1 and assist with reports, liaison with the provider and problem solvingConduct interviews with clients and other relevant stakeholders to collect evidence Collate and analyse evidence to produce corresponding reports and recommendationsExtensive travel required and Case Management Teams are required to work flexibly and be available outside of standard business hours, as such staff need to be able to work after hours and over weekends.About you:You will have a strong background in auditing or quality assurance. Alternatively, you may be from a clinical nursing background in the health sector, working in investigations or quality framework.Strong critical thinking and analytical skillsExceptional report writing skillsAustralian citizen with a current drivers licenceFlexibility to travel overnight on a weekly or fortnightly basis How to applyIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.Please note that successful applicants will be required to undergo pre-employment integrity checks including a National Police Criminal Check and two viable reference checks.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The role:Case Managers are the ‘face of the Department’ for aged care services and will be required to complete quality audits and perform risk assessments for home aged care services, intrastate.Your duties will include:Provide support to the EL1 and assist with reports, liaison with the provider and problem solvingConduct interviews with clients and other relevant stakeholders to collect evidence Collate and analyse evidence to produce corresponding reports and recommendationsExtensive travel required and Case Management Teams are required to work flexibly and be available outside of standard business hours, as such staff need to be able to work after hours and over weekends.About you:You will have a strong background in auditing or quality assurance. Alternatively, you may be from a clinical nursing background in the health sector, working in investigations or quality framework.Strong critical thinking and analytical skillsExceptional report writing skillsAustralian citizen with a current drivers licenceFlexibility to travel overnight on a weekly or fortnightly basis How to applyIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.Please note that successful applicants will be required to undergo pre-employment integrity checks including a National Police Criminal Check and two viable reference checks.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      Your new roleYou will bring the following experience to your new role:● Effective written correspondence such as briefs, policy, reports● Ability to develop in depth knowledge of new subject matter quickly to advise and recommend onpolicy matters● In depth research and analysis on relevant topics to help inform policy● Working effectively within team environments and stakeholders for positive outcomes● Input and understanding of project management within a Federal Government arena● Assisting the program with business improvement tasks and projects where required.● Contribute to maintaining related departmental instructional and reference materials as needed.● Contribute to related policy and goals of the team, branch and division by assisting with tasks andconsulting with other teams.About you● Strong written skills that are aligned with Government writing style.● High level of experience in a programme management experience.● Effective negotiation and stakeholder management skills.● Enthusiasm and initiative to input ideas and follow direction.● High level of attention to detail.● A commitment to support and promote relevant government objectives.● You will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearanceYour responsibilities include● Providing high quality policy advice.● Strategic thinking and contributing to policy development.● Producing written materials such as ministerial briefs and correspondence, other briefings as wellas a range of policy and issues papers. If you would like to be considered for these roles, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you.Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume, or send it 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.
      Your new roleYou will bring the following experience to your new role:● Effective written correspondence such as briefs, policy, reports● Ability to develop in depth knowledge of new subject matter quickly to advise and recommend onpolicy matters● In depth research and analysis on relevant topics to help inform policy● Working effectively within team environments and stakeholders for positive outcomes● Input and understanding of project management within a Federal Government arena● Assisting the program with business improvement tasks and projects where required.● Contribute to maintaining related departmental instructional and reference materials as needed.● Contribute to related policy and goals of the team, branch and division by assisting with tasks andconsulting with other teams.About you● Strong written skills that are aligned with Government writing style.● High level of experience in a programme management experience.● Effective negotiation and stakeholder management skills.● Enthusiasm and initiative to input ideas and follow direction.● High level of attention to detail.● A commitment to support and promote relevant government objectives.● You will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearanceYour responsibilities include● Providing high quality policy advice.● Strategic thinking and contributing to policy development.● Producing written materials such as ministerial briefs and correspondence, other briefings as wellas a range of policy and issues papers. If you would like to be considered for these roles, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you.Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume, or send it 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.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • full-time
      Randstad is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well established Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS3 Grants Assessor positions based in Brisbane CBD. This opportunity is ideal for someone with a strong administrative background keen to learn a new skill that will further cement your career within the Federal Government. What you need to be successfulThis is working within a Federal Department, it is, therefore, essential that you are:An Australian CitizenHold an active min Baseline Security ClearanceIdeally, you will have government experience, as an administration officer or have worked in a high volume data entry role and/or as a records officer. In these roles, you will have demonstratedHigh attention to detail in administration tasksMust have previous experience working with KPIsAble to engage with diverse audiences and stakeholdersCan work well autonomously and part of the teamExcellent computer skills including MS OfficeExperience in handling and managing confidential and sensitive informationInterpreting and applying relevant legislationDemonstrate the ability to manage and prioritise competing demands and deadlines, with an ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing prioritiesBe able to work well with others in the pursuit of team goals; collaborate and share information, knowledge and experience; show consideration, concern and respect for others' contributions and ideasYour role will be to complete the administrative processes required to process requests,Coordinate data and documentsMonitoring and processing clearance requests;Provide customer service via email, phone, written correspondence.Benefits of choosing RandstadWe value our contractors. So in addition to benefits from your new employer, we also offer you,Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppWe offer three pay runs a week Plus moreWhat nowAre you ready to take the next step in your career? If you meet the essential criteria and have the required experience send your resume now. If you have any questions or perhaps your resume isn't up to date with your current role email kaylene.clifford @randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is a preferred supplier across local, state and federal government. We are proud to currently be partnering with a well established Federal Government client in helping them recruit for multiple APS3 Grants Assessor positions based in Brisbane CBD. This opportunity is ideal for someone with a strong administrative background keen to learn a new skill that will further cement your career within the Federal Government. What you need to be successfulThis is working within a Federal Department, it is, therefore, essential that you are:An Australian CitizenHold an active min Baseline Security ClearanceIdeally, you will have government experience, as an administration officer or have worked in a high volume data entry role and/or as a records officer. In these roles, you will have demonstratedHigh attention to detail in administration tasksMust have previous experience working with KPIsAble to engage with diverse audiences and stakeholdersCan work well autonomously and part of the teamExcellent computer skills including MS OfficeExperience in handling and managing confidential and sensitive informationInterpreting and applying relevant legislationDemonstrate the ability to manage and prioritise competing demands and deadlines, with an ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing prioritiesBe able to work well with others in the pursuit of team goals; collaborate and share information, knowledge and experience; show consideration, concern and respect for others' contributions and ideasYour role will be to complete the administrative processes required to process requests,Coordinate data and documentsMonitoring and processing clearance requests;Provide customer service via email, phone, written correspondence.Benefits of choosing RandstadWe value our contractors. So in addition to benefits from your new employer, we also offer you,Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppWe offer three pay runs a week Plus moreWhat nowAre you ready to take the next step in your career? If you meet the essential criteria and have the required experience send your resume now. If you have any questions or perhaps your resume isn't up to date with your current role email kaylene.clifford @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
      • contract
      • full-time
      Specific duties include: Undertaking GMP Clearance assessment/technical reviews of sterile and non-sterile medicine (including biotech) and/or Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) manufacturers; Applying sound decision making and judgment, including undertake quality assurance of risks in assessing documentary evidence associated with GMP clearance applications and related enquiries consistent with applicable regulatory requirements and principles of best practice regulation; Initiating, establishing and maintaining strong relationships with a broad range of stakeholders and exercising l consultation skills to effectively liaise with TGA inspectors, manufacturers and Australian sponsors of therapeutic goods; Providing accurate specialist advice and in depth interpretation of legislation and technical guidance documents relevant to the regulation of manufacturers; Reviewing applications for the approval of overseas manufacturers of therapeutic goods and liaising with inspectors, manufacturers, sponsors and international regulatory agencies to reach agreement; Undertaking statistical analysis and providing details on the number, type, and kinds of applications received/processed and assessments performed, where required; Undertake other duties as directed, commensurate to the classification level of the position. Mandatory requirementsCandidates must be able to demonstrate: High level written and oral communications skills Strong analytical and problem resolution skills A tertiary qualification in chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, biotechnology, pharmacy or engineering from an Australian tertiary institute or equivalent overseas qualification. Applicants who do not have the specified tertiary qualification, but with demonstrated knowledge and experience in the manufacture of therapeutic goods, and/or experience working in a regulatory environment relevant to the manufacture of therapeutic goods may also be considered. Desirable Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the manufacture of therapeutic goods, particularly medicines; Knowledge and experience in the application of the Manufacturing Standards and Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; Well-developed communication skills and an ability to manage relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders to achieve work area goals Demonstrated experience working in a regulatory environment relevant to manufacture of therapeutic goods; Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team; Ability to perform research and analysis and undertake quality assurance of risks in decision making. 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 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.
      Specific duties include: Undertaking GMP Clearance assessment/technical reviews of sterile and non-sterile medicine (including biotech) and/or Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) manufacturers; Applying sound decision making and judgment, including undertake quality assurance of risks in assessing documentary evidence associated with GMP clearance applications and related enquiries consistent with applicable regulatory requirements and principles of best practice regulation; Initiating, establishing and maintaining strong relationships with a broad range of stakeholders and exercising l consultation skills to effectively liaise with TGA inspectors, manufacturers and Australian sponsors of therapeutic goods; Providing accurate specialist advice and in depth interpretation of legislation and technical guidance documents relevant to the regulation of manufacturers; Reviewing applications for the approval of overseas manufacturers of therapeutic goods and liaising with inspectors, manufacturers, sponsors and international regulatory agencies to reach agreement; Undertaking statistical analysis and providing details on the number, type, and kinds of applications received/processed and assessments performed, where required; Undertake other duties as directed, commensurate to the classification level of the position. Mandatory requirementsCandidates must be able to demonstrate: High level written and oral communications skills Strong analytical and problem resolution skills A tertiary qualification in chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, biotechnology, pharmacy or engineering from an Australian tertiary institute or equivalent overseas qualification. Applicants who do not have the specified tertiary qualification, but with demonstrated knowledge and experience in the manufacture of therapeutic goods, and/or experience working in a regulatory environment relevant to the manufacture of therapeutic goods may also be considered. Desirable Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the manufacture of therapeutic goods, particularly medicines; Knowledge and experience in the application of the Manufacturing Standards and Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; Well-developed communication skills and an ability to manage relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders to achieve work area goals Demonstrated experience working in a regulatory environment relevant to manufacture of therapeutic goods; Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team; Ability to perform research and analysis and undertake quality assurance of risks in decision making. 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 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
      • AU$60.00 - AU$85.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      As an experienced policy officer, you will be self motivated and capable of bringing your talents to ourclient who values hard work and commitment.You will bring the following experience to your new role:● Effective written correspondence such as briefs, minutes, reports, proposals.● In depth research and analysis on relevant topics to help inform and develop policy.● Working effectively within team environments and stakeholders for positive outcomes.About you● Strong verbal and written skills that are aligned with Government writing style.● Highly developed judgement, intelligence and common sense and the ability to deliver standardsmaintaining a high level of attention to detail.● A commitment to support and promote relevant government objectives.● You will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearanceYour responsibilities include● Providing high quality written materials in short time frames.● Brief Departmental Executive and the Minister as required.● Conducting research, preparing input to briefings and other papers.This position has a strong focus on policy development, policy writing and stakeholder management andwould suit a candidate with skilled experience in a Federal government environment.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 joanna.brooks@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.
      As an experienced policy officer, you will be self motivated and capable of bringing your talents to ourclient who values hard work and commitment.You will bring the following experience to your new role:● Effective written correspondence such as briefs, minutes, reports, proposals.● In depth research and analysis on relevant topics to help inform and develop policy.● Working effectively within team environments and stakeholders for positive outcomes.About you● Strong verbal and written skills that are aligned with Government writing style.● Highly developed judgement, intelligence and common sense and the ability to deliver standardsmaintaining a high level of attention to detail.● A commitment to support and promote relevant government objectives.● You will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearanceYour responsibilities include● Providing high quality written materials in short time frames.● Brief Departmental Executive and the Minister as required.● Conducting research, preparing input to briefings and other papers.This position has a strong focus on policy development, policy writing and stakeholder management andwould suit a candidate with skilled experience in a Federal government environment.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 joanna.brooks@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
      • contract
      • AU$80.00 - AU$85.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Role Description:This role will lead project management activities in a dynamic and fast paced environment. This opportunity will enable you to apply your project management, program implementation, and stakeholder management experience.Your new role:- Undertake project management - Develop and manage project plan and schedule, and deliver outcomes withinestablished projects timeframes and costs.- Develop a range of project management deliverable, reports and dashboards. Manageproject scope, risks and issues.- Report on the status and progress of the project to the project/program boardand other governance boards.- Work collaboratively with a range of delivery partners and stakeholders to deliver effectiveoutcomes.- Manage procurement and contracts that result in high quality, fit for purpose productsthat meet their intended objectives.- Oversee business case development and cabinet submission process.- Oversee contractors and consultants engaged to deliver key aspects of the project andreview work products as applicable.- Maintain a strategic outlook and environmental scanning to inform the design and enablement of the program.- Liaise with project teams, and internal and external stakeholders to support effectivedelivery of relevant activities including but not limited to business design, userresearch, consultations, testing/validation and stakeholderengagement.- Undertake other supporting activities to deliver project outcomes as required.Key Capabilities:- Proven experience with project management - Ability to plan/manage activities, and deliver outcomes within established projectstimeframes and costs.- Ability to take initiatives and work autonomously with limited direction.- Ability to work collaboratively with a range of delivery partners and stakeholders to delivereffective outcomes.- Ability to lead and manage teams in a complex and dynamic environment, andmanage competing priorities to ensure deadlines are met.- Excellent communication skills (both oral and writing), including the ability to fosterstrong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.- Experience in procurement and managing contracts that result in high quality, fit forpurpose products that meet their intended objectives. 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 tojoanna.brooks@randstad.com.auI look forward to hearing from you!At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Role Description:This role will lead project management activities in a dynamic and fast paced environment. This opportunity will enable you to apply your project management, program implementation, and stakeholder management experience.Your new role:- Undertake project management - Develop and manage project plan and schedule, and deliver outcomes withinestablished projects timeframes and costs.- Develop a range of project management deliverable, reports and dashboards. Manageproject scope, risks and issues.- Report on the status and progress of the project to the project/program boardand other governance boards.- Work collaboratively with a range of delivery partners and stakeholders to deliver effectiveoutcomes.- Manage procurement and contracts that result in high quality, fit for purpose productsthat meet their intended objectives.- Oversee business case development and cabinet submission process.- Oversee contractors and consultants engaged to deliver key aspects of the project andreview work products as applicable.- Maintain a strategic outlook and environmental scanning to inform the design and enablement of the program.- Liaise with project teams, and internal and external stakeholders to support effectivedelivery of relevant activities including but not limited to business design, userresearch, consultations, testing/validation and stakeholderengagement.- Undertake other supporting activities to deliver project outcomes as required.Key Capabilities:- Proven experience with project management - Ability to plan/manage activities, and deliver outcomes within established projectstimeframes and costs.- Ability to take initiatives and work autonomously with limited direction.- Ability to work collaboratively with a range of delivery partners and stakeholders to delivereffective outcomes.- Ability to lead and manage teams in a complex and dynamic environment, andmanage competing priorities to ensure deadlines are met.- Excellent communication skills (both oral and writing), including the ability to fosterstrong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.- Experience in procurement and managing contracts that result in high quality, fit forpurpose products that meet their intended objectives. 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 tojoanna.brooks@randstad.com.auI look forward to hearing from you!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 - AU$80 per year
      • full-time
      About the OrganisationRandstad is currently working with this client to source required staff and is interested to hear from all experienced APS4 - APS 6 Finance Officers who are available now. Recruitment is under process now so don’t miss out and apply now.Note: Due to the nature of work, you MUST be an Australian Citizen to be considered for these opportunities.Your new roleThe successful Finance Officer is accountable under general direction to undertake moderately complex finance related activities and tasks within established procedures and guidance.Your responsibilities will include but not limited to The successful candidate will facilitate accounts payable and process them for the companyLiaise with the relevant work area to check the accuracy of invoices received by the agency and to ensure that appropriate approvals have been obtained prior to payment. Moreover, investigating and resolving more complex invoicing arrangementsResponsibility for the creation of traveller profiles in SAP, AOT, QBT and TechnologyOne FinancialsProviding guidance and assistance to other areas of the agency in relation to straightforward procurement, finance and travel mattersExtracting information from Technology One Financials (such as contract expenditure) and preparing basic reports in response to requests for information or to support the preparation of corporate or compliance reportsProviding administrative support and coordination for the Finance area. This includes the monitoring of email inboxes and responding to enquiries from internal and external stakeholders as required.Providing advice and assistance on policies, processes and systems relating to procurement, accounts payable, cabcharge, Whole of Australian Government (WoAG) travel and credit cards Essential CapabilitiesSupporting strategic direction for achieving the company's goalsHigh proficiency in SAP.Achieving results by completing the assigned tasksSupporting productive working relationships by identifying learning opportunitiesDisplays personal drive and integrity to drive KPI’sCommunicates with influence to understand the tailored marketThe position requires a strong customer focus, sound communication abilities and interpersonal skills, supported by a sound working knowledge of financial, procurement and Whole of Government travel processes including management of payment cards.What you'll need to succeedThe ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate Tertiary qualifications in Accounting, Finance or equivalent academic specialisation are highly desirable. Also, the experience to work on SAP, TEchOne and Treasury systems.Prior experience in an accounts processing / procurement role in the public sector is desirable.This role requires the successful candidate to be an Australian citizen with the ability to obtain a government security clearance. Preference may be given to applicants with an active clearance. Successful applicants may be requested to submit a clearance at a higher level. What we offerContinues Recruitment services support during and after each contract period.Competitive hourly rate.Initial 6 months contract with a possibility for extension depending on performance.Working with the Federal Government and gaining public sector experience.How to ApplyIf this sounds like you, please click “Apply” or alternatively give us a call at 02 6132 3807, 0261323832 or send us an email to kunica.sehdev@randstad.com.au or Ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au to discuss confidential information about your interest on these opportunities or similar roles.Note: Resume is only accepted in word format. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the OrganisationRandstad is currently working with this client to source required staff and is interested to hear from all experienced APS4 - APS 6 Finance Officers who are available now. Recruitment is under process now so don’t miss out and apply now.Note: Due to the nature of work, you MUST be an Australian Citizen to be considered for these opportunities.Your new roleThe successful Finance Officer is accountable under general direction to undertake moderately complex finance related activities and tasks within established procedures and guidance.Your responsibilities will include but not limited to The successful candidate will facilitate accounts payable and process them for the companyLiaise with the relevant work area to check the accuracy of invoices received by the agency and to ensure that appropriate approvals have been obtained prior to payment. Moreover, investigating and resolving more complex invoicing arrangementsResponsibility for the creation of traveller profiles in SAP, AOT, QBT and TechnologyOne FinancialsProviding guidance and assistance to other areas of the agency in relation to straightforward procurement, finance and travel mattersExtracting information from Technology One Financials (such as contract expenditure) and preparing basic reports in response to requests for information or to support the preparation of corporate or compliance reportsProviding administrative support and coordination for the Finance area. This includes the monitoring of email inboxes and responding to enquiries from internal and external stakeholders as required.Providing advice and assistance on policies, processes and systems relating to procurement, accounts payable, cabcharge, Whole of Australian Government (WoAG) travel and credit cards Essential CapabilitiesSupporting strategic direction for achieving the company's goalsHigh proficiency in SAP.Achieving results by completing the assigned tasksSupporting productive working relationships by identifying learning opportunitiesDisplays personal drive and integrity to drive KPI’sCommunicates with influence to understand the tailored marketThe position requires a strong customer focus, sound communication abilities and interpersonal skills, supported by a sound working knowledge of financial, procurement and Whole of Government travel processes including management of payment cards.What you'll need to succeedThe ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate Tertiary qualifications in Accounting, Finance or equivalent academic specialisation are highly desirable. Also, the experience to work on SAP, TEchOne and Treasury systems.Prior experience in an accounts processing / procurement role in the public sector is desirable.This role requires the successful candidate to be an Australian citizen with the ability to obtain a government security clearance. Preference may be given to applicants with an active clearance. Successful applicants may be requested to submit a clearance at a higher level. What we offerContinues Recruitment services support during and after each contract period.Competitive hourly rate.Initial 6 months contract with a possibility for extension depending on performance.Working with the Federal Government and gaining public sector experience.How to ApplyIf this sounds like you, please click “Apply” or alternatively give us a call at 02 6132 3807, 0261323832 or send us an email to kunica.sehdev@randstad.com.au or Ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au to discuss confidential information about your interest on these opportunities or similar roles.Note: Resume is only accepted in word format. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background 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 working with our client to source required staffs and is interested to hear from all experienced APS5 and APS6 Spatial Data Analysts who are available for the upcoming contract from Jan 2022. Recruitment is under process now so don’t miss out and apply now.Your CompanyTheir Branch provides scientific and economic research, analysis and statistics that inform policy development for, and management of, Australia’s domestic and international fisheries, forests, water and land. The branch capability includes geospatial analysis, scientific sustainability assessments for fisheries and forests, and economic assessment and forecasting. The branch produces a range of outputs including scientific and economic status reports, research and technical reports, web content, maps, datasets, and direct advice to policy makers.Your Team : You will be part of a small team of geospatial scientists and possess strong Python programming (open source) and geographic information system (GIS) skills with experience in the use of machine learning with satellite imagery and spatial datasets. You will be assessing different machine learning approaches to determine land uses and to detect their change over time. Documenting and adhering to workflow processes, writing technical documents related to data processing, construction and assignment of agreed classifications and the reporting of change will be key aspects of the role. A practical understanding of Australia’s agricultural landscape and/or contemporary land use issues would be a bonus. Your Role : The duties will include, but are not limited to: preparing data (including imagery) and machine learning models to allocate land information to agreed national classificationsevaluating and comparing various models for operational application automating and documenting work processes, including technical reports for publicationcollaborating with colleagues engaged in mapping land characteristics and related spatial data capture, verification, analysis, visualisation and web deliveryproviding scientific advice as reports or briefings to the department, other agencies and the public on land data holdings, analyses and issues associated with Australia’s land use and management.Knowledge and experienceKnowledge and experience required for this position/s include: Science degree (e.g. agricultural sciences, environmental sciences, natural resource management) with strong spatial and mathematical components, skills in spatial data analysis (ESRI suite or QGIS),A record of science achievement in natural resource management, agriculture, or a related discipline.Sound knowledge of GIS, statistical and programming concepts. Experience in machine learning algorithms and image recognition techniques.Experience in working with a range of common spatial data formats and data services. Practical knowledge of remotely sensing image processing and analysis.Demonstrated experience in using spatial desktop software (ESRI suite or QGIS), scripting and analysis tools (Python).At least three years (for APS5) or five years (for APS6) applied experience in geospatial analysis and/or programming Essential CapabilitiesThe successful candidate/s will possess the followings skills and capabilities:Strong oral and written communication skills, with the ability to interpret and communicate scientific concepts and results effectively, including for the preparation of reports and briefings. Demonstrated ability and willingness to contribute novel ideas and approaches in support of scientific investigations including processing, analysis, web delivery and/or visualisation of data and information. Proven ability to build and maintain professional and constructive working relationships with colleagues and staff from other government bodies, external agencies and industry. Capable of working under limited direction to solve problems and deliver high quality products to support policy and program delivery. A history of successful project management and delivery. Mandatory qualifications and requirementsRelevant tertiary qualifications in an appropriate science discipline (e.g. agricultural sciences, environmental sciences, natural resource management) with strong spatial and mathematical components. Honours or postgraduate qualifications are an advantage.Australian citizens preferred.Police check required.Baseline security clearance desirable.What we offerContinues Recruitment services support during and after each contract period.Competitive hourly rate.Contract is till 30th Jun 2022 with a possibility for extensionWorking full time with the Federal Government How to ApplyIf this sounds like you, please click “Apply” or alternatively send me an email at ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call me on .0261323832 for further information.Note: Resume is only accepted in word format. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently working with our client to source required staffs and is interested to hear from all experienced APS5 and APS6 Spatial Data Analysts who are available for the upcoming contract from Jan 2022. Recruitment is under process now so don’t miss out and apply now.Your CompanyTheir Branch provides scientific and economic research, analysis and statistics that inform policy development for, and management of, Australia’s domestic and international fisheries, forests, water and land. The branch capability includes geospatial analysis, scientific sustainability assessments for fisheries and forests, and economic assessment and forecasting. The branch produces a range of outputs including scientific and economic status reports, research and technical reports, web content, maps, datasets, and direct advice to policy makers.Your Team : You will be part of a small team of geospatial scientists and possess strong Python programming (open source) and geographic information system (GIS) skills with experience in the use of machine learning with satellite imagery and spatial datasets. You will be assessing different machine learning approaches to determine land uses and to detect their change over time. Documenting and adhering to workflow processes, writing technical documents related to data processing, construction and assignment of agreed classifications and the reporting of change will be key aspects of the role. A practical understanding of Australia’s agricultural landscape and/or contemporary land use issues would be a bonus. Your Role : The duties will include, but are not limited to: preparing data (including imagery) and machine learning models to allocate land information to agreed national classificationsevaluating and comparing various models for operational application automating and documenting work processes, including technical reports for publicationcollaborating with colleagues engaged in mapping land characteristics and related spatial data capture, verification, analysis, visualisation and web deliveryproviding scientific advice as reports or briefings to the department, other agencies and the public on land data holdings, analyses and issues associated with Australia’s land use and management.Knowledge and experienceKnowledge and experience required for this position/s include: Science degree (e.g. agricultural sciences, environmental sciences, natural resource management) with strong spatial and mathematical components, skills in spatial data analysis (ESRI suite or QGIS),A record of science achievement in natural resource management, agriculture, or a related discipline.Sound knowledge of GIS, statistical and programming concepts. Experience in machine learning algorithms and image recognition techniques.Experience in working with a range of common spatial data formats and data services. Practical knowledge of remotely sensing image processing and analysis.Demonstrated experience in using spatial desktop software (ESRI suite or QGIS), scripting and analysis tools (Python).At least three years (for APS5) or five years (for APS6) applied experience in geospatial analysis and/or programming Essential CapabilitiesThe successful candidate/s will possess the followings skills and capabilities:Strong oral and written communication skills, with the ability to interpret and communicate scientific concepts and results effectively, including for the preparation of reports and briefings. Demonstrated ability and willingness to contribute novel ideas and approaches in support of scientific investigations including processing, analysis, web delivery and/or visualisation of data and information. Proven ability to build and maintain professional and constructive working relationships with colleagues and staff from other government bodies, external agencies and industry. Capable of working under limited direction to solve problems and deliver high quality products to support policy and program delivery. A history of successful project management and delivery. Mandatory qualifications and requirementsRelevant tertiary qualifications in an appropriate science discipline (e.g. agricultural sciences, environmental sciences, natural resource management) with strong spatial and mathematical components. Honours or postgraduate qualifications are an advantage.Australian citizens preferred.Police check required.Baseline security clearance desirable.What we offerContinues Recruitment services support during and after each contract period.Competitive hourly rate.Contract is till 30th Jun 2022 with a possibility for extensionWorking full time with the Federal Government How to ApplyIf this sounds like you, please click “Apply” or alternatively send me an email at ali.mireskandari@randstad.com.au or call me on .0261323832 for further information.Note: Resume is only accepted in word format. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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