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      • perth, western australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      The Planning Application Administrator is the first point of contact for lodgement of planning applications and assisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of development, control processes, and procedures. This diverse role requires working alongside the team to provide efficient and effective administrative support in a range of areas relating to the effective operations of the Planning Department. About the role:Assessing Development Applications for suitability prior to lodgementAssisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of Planning Services and in particular, development control processes and procedures.Providing administrative support to the Coordinator Design Projects and Planning Officers on matters proceeding to Development Assessment Panels (DAP).Assisting with maintaining Planning Application details including cancellations and refunds of application fees as required.Other adhoc administration tasks as required.About you: Previous relevant administrative experience of at least 2+ yearsA proven ability to follow process-driven systems preferably working within a technical environment.Highly developed interpersonal conflict resolution skillsProven high level of skills with computer applications is also required.The ability to hit the ground running to meet the essential requirements of the positionThis role is for an immediate start through to 23rd December 2021, on a temporary contract.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 Planning Application Administrator is the first point of contact for lodgement of planning applications and assisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of development, control processes, and procedures. This diverse role requires working alongside the team to provide efficient and effective administrative support in a range of areas relating to the effective operations of the Planning Department. About the role:Assessing Development Applications for suitability prior to lodgementAssisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of Planning Services and in particular, development control processes and procedures.Providing administrative support to the Coordinator Design Projects and Planning Officers on matters proceeding to Development Assessment Panels (DAP).Assisting with maintaining Planning Application details including cancellations and refunds of application fees as required.Other adhoc administration tasks as required.About you: Previous relevant administrative experience of at least 2+ yearsA proven ability to follow process-driven systems preferably working within a technical environment.Highly developed interpersonal conflict resolution skillsProven high level of skills with computer applications is also required.The ability to hit the ground running to meet the essential requirements of the positionThis role is for an immediate start through to 23rd December 2021, on a temporary contract.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 Planning Application Administrator is the first point of contact for lodgement of planning applications and assisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of development, control processes, and procedures. This diverse role requires working alongside the team to provide efficient and effective administrative support in a range of areas relating to the effective operations of the Planning Department.About the role: Assessing Development Applications for suitability prior to lodgementAssisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of Planning Services and in particular, development control processes and procedures.Providing administrative support to the Coordinator Design Projects and Planning Officers on matters proceeding to Development Assessment Panels (DAP).Assisting with maintaining Planning Application details including cancellations and refunds of application fees as required.Other adhoc administration tasks as required. About you:Previous relevant administrative experience of at least 2+ years A proven ability to follow process-driven systems preferably working within a technical environment. Highly developed interpersonal conflict resolution skills Proven high level of skills with computer applications is also required.The ability to hit the ground running to meet the essential requirements of the position This role is for an immediate start through to 23rd December 2021, on a temporary contract. 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 Planning Application Administrator is the first point of contact for lodgement of planning applications and assisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of development, control processes, and procedures. This diverse role requires working alongside the team to provide efficient and effective administrative support in a range of areas relating to the effective operations of the Planning Department.About the role: Assessing Development Applications for suitability prior to lodgementAssisting customers with advice and information on the administrative aspects of Planning Services and in particular, development control processes and procedures.Providing administrative support to the Coordinator Design Projects and Planning Officers on matters proceeding to Development Assessment Panels (DAP).Assisting with maintaining Planning Application details including cancellations and refunds of application fees as required.Other adhoc administration tasks as required. About you:Previous relevant administrative experience of at least 2+ years A proven ability to follow process-driven systems preferably working within a technical environment. Highly developed interpersonal conflict resolution skills Proven high level of skills with computer applications is also required.The ability to hit the ground running to meet the essential requirements of the position This role is for an immediate start through to 23rd December 2021, on a temporary contract. 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 Community and Peer Advisor will require someone that has Australian Defence Force (ADF) service experience, as either an ex-ADF member or partner/carer of a current or ex-ADF member (spouse, ex-partner or widow/widower) and/or lived experiences with Mental Health to respectfully support and educate clients, consumers and stakeholders about strengths-based, recovery oriented practices and community support services. About the role: The Community and Peer Advisor will work collaboratively within a regional Community EngagementTeam to provide direct support to Open Arms clients. Working with key internal and external stakeholders to influence a recovery approach to provide service delivery for veterans andserving ADF members and their families. In line with Open Arms policy and procedures you will be required to provide personalised peer support services to current and former ADF members and their families to foster wellbeing.Duties include: Sharing knowledge gained through one’s relevant lived experience and recovery to promote awareness, understanding and service improvement.Role model behaviours which promote mental health recovery and wellness for the purpose of client, community, and stakeholder education and engagement as a member of the Community Engagement TeamMaintain working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to influence recovery approach to service delivery for Veterans, current ADF and their families.Co-facilitate relevant group programs, participate in regular supervision, training, case conferencing and case review meetings.Represent Open Arms and the peer workforce to strengthen the organisation’s public profile, in order to further enhance Open Arms’ responsiveness and reach.Contribute to the development and maintenance of Open Arms’ Clinical Practice and Governance policies and Accreditation.Participate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities, strategic direction and quality improvement, particularly in relation to community engagement activities. About you: Utilising good interpersonal skills to collaborate with Community and Peer Advisors and Community Engagement Coordinators both locally and nationallyActively participate in practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Experience in casework or other human services delivery will be highly regarded This role is Full time, Monday to Friday and located in Rockingham12 month contract with possible longer term extension$54ph + super MANDATORY REQUIREMENTSLived experience of mental health issues and ADF service, as either an ex-ADF member or partner/carer of a current serving or ex-ADF member (spouse, ex-partner or widow/widower).Ability to respectfully and effectively utilise this experience to promote a recovery focused approach to support othersWillingness to undertake relevant training and professional development, including completion of certificate IV in Mental Health Peer WorkWorking with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance must be obtained prior to commencing in the position.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 Community and Peer Advisor will require someone that has Australian Defence Force (ADF) service experience, as either an ex-ADF member or partner/carer of a current or ex-ADF member (spouse, ex-partner or widow/widower) and/or lived experiences with Mental Health to respectfully support and educate clients, consumers and stakeholders about strengths-based, recovery oriented practices and community support services. About the role: The Community and Peer Advisor will work collaboratively within a regional Community EngagementTeam to provide direct support to Open Arms clients. Working with key internal and external stakeholders to influence a recovery approach to provide service delivery for veterans andserving ADF members and their families. In line with Open Arms policy and procedures you will be required to provide personalised peer support services to current and former ADF members and their families to foster wellbeing.Duties include: Sharing knowledge gained through one’s relevant lived experience and recovery to promote awareness, understanding and service improvement.Role model behaviours which promote mental health recovery and wellness for the purpose of client, community, and stakeholder education and engagement as a member of the Community Engagement TeamMaintain working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to influence recovery approach to service delivery for Veterans, current ADF and their families.Co-facilitate relevant group programs, participate in regular supervision, training, case conferencing and case review meetings.Represent Open Arms and the peer workforce to strengthen the organisation’s public profile, in order to further enhance Open Arms’ responsiveness and reach.Contribute to the development and maintenance of Open Arms’ Clinical Practice and Governance policies and Accreditation.Participate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities, strategic direction and quality improvement, particularly in relation to community engagement activities. About you: Utilising good interpersonal skills to collaborate with Community and Peer Advisors and Community Engagement Coordinators both locally and nationallyActively participate in practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Experience in casework or other human services delivery will be highly regarded This role is Full time, Monday to Friday and located in Rockingham12 month contract with possible longer term extension$54ph + super MANDATORY REQUIREMENTSLived experience of mental health issues and ADF service, as either an ex-ADF member or partner/carer of a current serving or ex-ADF member (spouse, ex-partner or widow/widower).Ability to respectfully and effectively utilise this experience to promote a recovery focused approach to support othersWillingness to undertake relevant training and professional development, including completion of certificate IV in Mental Health Peer WorkWorking with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance must be obtained prior to commencing in the position.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
      Our ideal APS4 Administration Officer is accountable under limited direction to perform and achieve moderately complex procedural, operational, administrative and business support work. About the role:Perform administration duties for the Business areaWork collaboratively in a team based environment actively participating in andcontributing to team meetings and exchange information to support the work area andteam objectives.Take the initiative to progress work to meet business objectives, recommend solutions and seek advice and guidance on more complex issues.The APS4 Administration Officer may be required to communicate with, respond and provideadvice to a range of stakeholders on moderately complex operational and administrative issues.About you:At least 2 years Administration experience Friendly, approachable and great communication skillsThe ability to be agile with a changing workload, willingness to help out the wider team with adhoc tasks At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our ideal APS4 Administration Officer is accountable under limited direction to perform and achieve moderately complex procedural, operational, administrative and business support work. About the role:Perform administration duties for the Business areaWork collaboratively in a team based environment actively participating in andcontributing to team meetings and exchange information to support the work area andteam objectives.Take the initiative to progress work to meet business objectives, recommend solutions and seek advice and guidance on more complex issues.The APS4 Administration Officer may be required to communicate with, respond and provideadvice to a range of stakeholders on moderately complex operational and administrative issues.About you:At least 2 years Administration experience Friendly, approachable and great communication skillsThe ability to be agile with a changing workload, willingness to help out the wider team with adhoc tasks 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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