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      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$67.00 - AU$84.00, per hour, 10% super
      • full-time
      Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x8 Moderator (Management & Assistant Director) positions, to lead a team of APS level staff (across various backgrounds: assessors, quality assurance, investigations & audit staff) Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Moderators (EL1-EL2) will include:Responsibility for the assessors (direct reports) assigned to them, including managing both the quality & quantity of output by Assessors.Reading/Quality Assuring each response assessed by the Assessor ensuring the assessment report reflects the descriptor.A moderator does not participate in the assessment of any bids and does not make an independent assessment of a bid. Moderators manage the quality of the output of each assessor they manage. They will need to question why a particular descriptor has been determined, whether they agree or disagree, and if the language used supports the descriptor.Ensure all assessment tools have been utilised as required.A Moderator’s review must consider if the analysis and written report truly reflects the bid assessed, and ensure that Assessment Reports are free from grammatical or spelling errors.Pay scales for each role:$67ph to $74ph + 10 % super (EL1)$76ph to $84ph + 10 % super (EL2)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have strong leadership and people management skills, high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x8 Moderator (Management & Assistant Director) positions, to lead a team of APS level staff (across various backgrounds: assessors, quality assurance, investigations & audit staff) Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Moderators (EL1-EL2) will include:Responsibility for the assessors (direct reports) assigned to them, including managing both the quality & quantity of output by Assessors.Reading/Quality Assuring each response assessed by the Assessor ensuring the assessment report reflects the descriptor.A moderator does not participate in the assessment of any bids and does not make an independent assessment of a bid. Moderators manage the quality of the output of each assessor they manage. They will need to question why a particular descriptor has been determined, whether they agree or disagree, and if the language used supports the descriptor.Ensure all assessment tools have been utilised as required.A Moderator’s review must consider if the analysis and written report truly reflects the bid assessed, and ensure that Assessment Reports are free from grammatical or spelling errors.Pay scales for each role:$67ph to $74ph + 10 % super (EL1)$76ph to $84ph + 10 % super (EL2)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have strong leadership and people management skills, high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$44.00 - AU$62.00, per hour, 10% super
      • full-time
      Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x35 Assessor positions (similar to Quality Assurance, Audit, Assessing of applications, Reviewing Eligibility, Compliance, Investigations) APS 4 to APS 6 Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Assessor (APS 4-6) will include:Responsible for the review and evaluation of applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process.Reading responses provided by the applicant which includes responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submitted.You are required to evaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the application.Assessors are required to provide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknesses, and to provide a descriptor for the criterionthey have assessed.Following the Departments specific assessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way.There are no formal qualifications required to be an assessor, however the skills required would include: high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.Pay scales for each role:from $44ph + 10 % super (APS 4)from $49ph + 10 % super (APS 5)from $55ph + 10 % super (APS 6)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have previous experience of (OR the ability to): assess documentation, applications, eligibility, contracts, tenders or bids.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad (Sydney) are recruiting multiple roles for the 'Department of Education Skills & Employment' known as DESE. It is a unique opportunity to work across the Department's largest 'employment services roll-out' in the last 10 years, where you can be involved in their new employment services purchasing activities.Vacancies: x35 Assessor positions (similar to Quality Assurance, Audit, Assessing of applications, Reviewing Eligibility, Compliance, Investigations) APS 4 to APS 6 Overview: Multiple roles available to work for a Federal Government DepartmentWorking on a large scale 'national' program roll-out Based at 260 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD (1 minute walk from Central Station)5 month contract (with possible extension)To start late August 2020 Working full time hours, 37.5 hours per week Standard office hours (8.30am-4.30pm or 9am-5pm)Responsibilities of Assessor (APS 4-6) will include:Responsible for the review and evaluation of applicants’ responses to the selection criteria that are submitted as part of a Request for Tender process.Reading responses provided by the applicant which includes responses to an individual selection criterion, and all supporting documentation submitted.You are required to evaluate, analyse and make informed conclusions about the information provided in the application.Assessors are required to provide a written analysis of the response to the application that clearly articulates its strengths and weaknesses, and to provide a descriptor for the criterionthey have assessed.Following the Departments specific assessment guidelines will provide direction to support assessors in evaluating each application in a consistent and transparent way.There are no formal qualifications required to be an assessor, however the skills required would include: high level of written & analytical skills, and the ability to make informed judgements.Pay scales for each role:from $44ph + 10 % super (APS 4)from $49ph + 10 % super (APS 5)from $55ph + 10 % super (APS 6)Criteria, all applicants must:Have full Australian Citizenship to applyPass a National police check (prior to start date), you will be sent this to complete (if shortlisted)Have previous experience of (OR the ability to): assess documentation, applications, eligibility, contracts, tenders or bids.To be considered:Please APPLY NOW with your up-to-date resume (in Word format)CUT OFF for applications is Thursday 29th midday.All questions can be asked during the shortlisting phase.If successful, the commencement date is late August 2020.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$48.00 - AU$51.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      Overview:Contract Assessor / Grants AdministrationMultiple Federal Government departments - Science / Industry & Social ServicesAPS 5 level roles paying $48-51ph + superTemp six month contracts, with good chance of extensionsWorking full time hours Mon – Fri (37.5 hours per week)Located in Sydney CBD (near Central station), working from home options availableGood on-boarding & training will be providedBackground:Multiple Federal Government department opportunities (Science / Industry & Social Services), delivering grant administration services on behalf of other Government Departments.You will be using your strong attention-to-detail and efficiency to review & assess government grant funding performance activities reported by small and large Service Providers/Grant Recipients; ensuring they are complying & performing as agreed.Duties:Reviewing grant agreements, performance activities, contracts and declarationsRequesting for additional information when neededAssessing the current activities that service providers are performing to ensure they are adhering to their KPIs/requirements.Ensuring guidelines and procedures are adhered to.Identifying possible business risks and issuesRelationship management with Service Providers/Funding recipientsRecording of all information and communications in a databaseCriteria:To be successful you must:Be an Australian CitizenHold or be willing to hold a Baseline Security ClearanceHave previous similar experience in either; assessing claims, grant funding, grant administration, compliance, contract assurance or processing acquittals.Boast strong judgement and discretion.Have excellent attention to detail.Strong verbal and written communication.Apply Now!Please apply with your resume and a short summary of why you believe you have the right skills/experience for the roles.Any questions can be directed to joe.robinson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Overview:Contract Assessor / Grants AdministrationMultiple Federal Government departments - Science / Industry & Social ServicesAPS 5 level roles paying $48-51ph + superTemp six month contracts, with good chance of extensionsWorking full time hours Mon – Fri (37.5 hours per week)Located in Sydney CBD (near Central station), working from home options availableGood on-boarding & training will be providedBackground:Multiple Federal Government department opportunities (Science / Industry & Social Services), delivering grant administration services on behalf of other Government Departments.You will be using your strong attention-to-detail and efficiency to review & assess government grant funding performance activities reported by small and large Service Providers/Grant Recipients; ensuring they are complying & performing as agreed.Duties:Reviewing grant agreements, performance activities, contracts and declarationsRequesting for additional information when neededAssessing the current activities that service providers are performing to ensure they are adhering to their KPIs/requirements.Ensuring guidelines and procedures are adhered to.Identifying possible business risks and issuesRelationship management with Service Providers/Funding recipientsRecording of all information and communications in a databaseCriteria:To be successful you must:Be an Australian CitizenHold or be willing to hold a Baseline Security ClearanceHave previous similar experience in either; assessing claims, grant funding, grant administration, compliance, contract assurance or processing acquittals.Boast strong judgement and discretion.Have excellent attention to detail.Strong verbal and written communication.Apply Now!Please apply with your resume and a short summary of why you believe you have the right skills/experience for the roles.Any questions can be directed to joe.robinson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$136,000, per year, 17% super
      • full-time
      Overview & Benefits:Full time, permanent role Competitive annual salary of: $136k + 17% superLeading senior stakeholder engagement strategies within the University & the external Government sectorWork within one of the most highly regarded Universities in NSWReporting to the Director, Government Relations & working closely with the Chief of Staff to the Vice-ChancellorNo direct reports The primary functions of the role:Represent the University and its interests externally, to government, government agencies and associated bodies.Serve as a regular liaison with government members to maintain & grow relationships to promote the University’s government relations strategiesDevelop and implement strategies to ensure that the University is best positioned to respond to and benefit from current and future government policiesEnsure government relations perspective and input is captured in major upcoming initiatives and strategic planning activitiesFacilitate, coordinate and improve interactions & communications by senior officers of the University with government and government agenciesLeading various work streams with a focus on developing relationships and is accountable for the overall progress and success of projects, ensuring that clients have relevant and up-to-date information on current situations. Responsibilities:Strategic research and policy advice Research issues of strategic relevance to the University and prepare discussion papers, briefings, advice, and other forms of documentation Awareness of strategic issues across all faculties & Deputy Vice-Chancellor portfolios that are relevant to relationships with government to ensure the Director is briefed when new initiatives are announced. Insight on changes in the higher education sector that may impact on the strategic direction of the university and provide background or discussions papers.Manage all relationship building, communications & engagement with key stakeholders Develop and maintain effective relationships within the University including the Vice Chancellor’s Office (VCO), Deans and members of the Senior Executive Team Promote and develop the Government Relations & VCO interests and linkages with external bodies and across the wider UniversityLead and coordinate government relations work with the media team and other relevant staff within the Vice-Principal (External Relations) portfolio to ensure effective communications of the work with key audiencesManage the portfolio’s public relations activities and respond to unexpected opportunities.Project Management Managing and leading special projects by providing high-level strategic input into a range of projects, including submissions, reports, papers, and the formulation of university policy options Developing, implementing and monitoring sound project management methodology and frameworks.Executive Management and SupportLiaising with external bodies and members of staff as needed and ensuring that decisions are effectively implementedEnsuring that the Director is fully informed on current issues/matters, including researching issues of importance, producing briefing materials and reports.Identify opportunities for the University to achieve the goals in its Strategic PlanKeeping abreast of complex policy directions & decisions of government and exercising sound judgement to identify if it is an opportunity for the UniversityAdvising internal stakeholders on the existence of opportunities available and support them in the processPersuading and managing government stakeholders to ensure effective decision making which enhances the University operations To be successful in this role you will:- Build connections across the breadth of government to enhance the understanding of the work delivered by the University, focusing on advisors in Ministers Offices and backbenchers and the public sector. Supporting them in utilising the expertise of the University in shaping and informing policy decisions Criteria:To be successful you will have:Previous work experience in one of the following role types (or similar): Advisor to Minister, Policy Advisor, Senior Government Liaison, Media Advisor or Ministerial Advisor Strong working relationships with various stakeholders & politicians across government (NSW & Federal)Evidence of delivering high-quality advice on complex/sensitive issues.Experience in exercising a high degree of initiative and judgement to coordinate multiple activities/projects, resolving complex issues associated with project deliveryDemonstrated experience of the timely preparation of comprehensive reports, agendas, minutes and correspondence arising out of meetings & committees. APPLY NOW:Don’t miss out on this exciting permanent, full-time opportunity to work within a leading NSW University. For more information, please email: demi.mcallan@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Overview & Benefits:Full time, permanent role Competitive annual salary of: $136k + 17% superLeading senior stakeholder engagement strategies within the University & the external Government sectorWork within one of the most highly regarded Universities in NSWReporting to the Director, Government Relations & working closely with the Chief of Staff to the Vice-ChancellorNo direct reports The primary functions of the role:Represent the University and its interests externally, to government, government agencies and associated bodies.Serve as a regular liaison with government members to maintain & grow relationships to promote the University’s government relations strategiesDevelop and implement strategies to ensure that the University is best positioned to respond to and benefit from current and future government policiesEnsure government relations perspective and input is captured in major upcoming initiatives and strategic planning activitiesFacilitate, coordinate and improve interactions & communications by senior officers of the University with government and government agenciesLeading various work streams with a focus on developing relationships and is accountable for the overall progress and success of projects, ensuring that clients have relevant and up-to-date information on current situations. Responsibilities:Strategic research and policy advice Research issues of strategic relevance to the University and prepare discussion papers, briefings, advice, and other forms of documentation Awareness of strategic issues across all faculties & Deputy Vice-Chancellor portfolios that are relevant to relationships with government to ensure the Director is briefed when new initiatives are announced. Insight on changes in the higher education sector that may impact on the strategic direction of the university and provide background or discussions papers.Manage all relationship building, communications & engagement with key stakeholders Develop and maintain effective relationships within the University including the Vice Chancellor’s Office (VCO), Deans and members of the Senior Executive Team Promote and develop the Government Relations & VCO interests and linkages with external bodies and across the wider UniversityLead and coordinate government relations work with the media team and other relevant staff within the Vice-Principal (External Relations) portfolio to ensure effective communications of the work with key audiencesManage the portfolio’s public relations activities and respond to unexpected opportunities.Project Management Managing and leading special projects by providing high-level strategic input into a range of projects, including submissions, reports, papers, and the formulation of university policy options Developing, implementing and monitoring sound project management methodology and frameworks.Executive Management and SupportLiaising with external bodies and members of staff as needed and ensuring that decisions are effectively implementedEnsuring that the Director is fully informed on current issues/matters, including researching issues of importance, producing briefing materials and reports.Identify opportunities for the University to achieve the goals in its Strategic PlanKeeping abreast of complex policy directions & decisions of government and exercising sound judgement to identify if it is an opportunity for the UniversityAdvising internal stakeholders on the existence of opportunities available and support them in the processPersuading and managing government stakeholders to ensure effective decision making which enhances the University operations To be successful in this role you will:- Build connections across the breadth of government to enhance the understanding of the work delivered by the University, focusing on advisors in Ministers Offices and backbenchers and the public sector. Supporting them in utilising the expertise of the University in shaping and informing policy decisions Criteria:To be successful you will have:Previous work experience in one of the following role types (or similar): Advisor to Minister, Policy Advisor, Senior Government Liaison, Media Advisor or Ministerial Advisor Strong working relationships with various stakeholders & politicians across government (NSW & Federal)Evidence of delivering high-quality advice on complex/sensitive issues.Experience in exercising a high degree of initiative and judgement to coordinate multiple activities/projects, resolving complex issues associated with project deliveryDemonstrated experience of the timely preparation of comprehensive reports, agendas, minutes and correspondence arising out of meetings & committees. APPLY NOW:Don’t miss out on this exciting permanent, full-time opportunity to work within a leading NSW University. For more information, please email: demi.mcallan@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • contract
      • superannuation
      • full-time
      About the Role:The APS4 Payment Officer position is responsible for investigating and resolving outstanding payment requests that have been rejected through other systems. The position will oversee the processing of manual payments, to ensure maximum outcomes for stakeholders.Duties and Responsibilities:Investigate and resolve outstanding payments requestsCommunicate with internal and external stakeholders to resolve inquiries regarding paymentsProcess manual paymentsApply legislation, internal policies and standards when resolving issuesMeet team and individual KPI targetsAccurately record information in database Provide operational and administrative support as neededAbout You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - payments processing, claims processingExceptional customer service and interpersonal skillsKeen eye for detail and accuracyGovernment experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatoryBenefits:Work for an community-oriented organisationStart or develop your career in the public sectorIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that as this position is with the Federal / Commonwealth Government, only Australian Citizens are eligible to apply.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the Role:The APS4 Payment Officer position is responsible for investigating and resolving outstanding payment requests that have been rejected through other systems. The position will oversee the processing of manual payments, to ensure maximum outcomes for stakeholders.Duties and Responsibilities:Investigate and resolve outstanding payments requestsCommunicate with internal and external stakeholders to resolve inquiries regarding paymentsProcess manual paymentsApply legislation, internal policies and standards when resolving issuesMeet team and individual KPI targetsAccurately record information in database Provide operational and administrative support as neededAbout You:Demonstrated experience in a similar role - payments processing, claims processingExceptional customer service and interpersonal skillsKeen eye for detail and accuracyGovernment experience is highly regardedUnderstanding or lived experience of disability is beneficial but not mandatoryBenefits:Work for an community-oriented organisationStart or develop your career in the public sectorIf you are interested and match the above criteria, please apply within.**Please note that as this position is with the Federal / Commonwealth Government, only Australian Citizens are eligible to apply.**Please note that successful applicants will be required to obtain a National Police Criminal Check and provide two viable reference checks.**Please note that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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