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    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$110,000 - AU$125,000, per year, Inclusive of super
    • full-time
    A once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the team delivering one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects that will provide huge economic growth and job opportunities to the vibrant culture and people of Western Sydney.Reporting to the Community Engagement Manager and sitting within the Community Engagement & Partnerships function of the Corporate Affairs team, this site-based role will develop and deliver a broad range of high level communications and engagement strategy. In fulfilling this purpose, the position will demonstrate tactical thinking, facilitate collaborative and respectful relationships and accept personal accountability for achieving outputs.This is a rare and exciting opportunity, where you will be contributing to the significant change and growth to Western Sydney. Supporting wider employment, education and training opportunities in the region that will drive the creation of local jobs.The successful incumbent of this role is a creative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in delivering a program of construction and community engagement activities for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools. For local members of the community, this is a great opportunity to bring your knowledge of the area into the role, as well as enjoy the lifestyle of working close to home.Key Responsibilities:Deliver and support the Project's social licence through authentic and trustworthy engagement, fostering positive relationships and creating a network of advocates for the projectEngage with other Corporate Affairs leaders to influence strategy development and initiatives that build social licence and support for the project and organisation among the community and stakeholdersWork collaboratively to ensure the engagement approach is consistentEstablish strong working relationships with delivery partners and internal business units to deliver engagement programs and ensure strong collaboration between major works contractorsBe the voice of community and support positive outcomes for project communications and engagement by influencing and negotiating within contractual frameworksBuild and maintain positive, collaborative and productive relationships with key Western Sydney community groups and the surrounding communities Initiate innovative and engaging materials, assets, and solutions to inform the community more effectively, adapting to the changing environment (i.e., COVID)Support and deliver high-quality community events, prioritising safety and leveraging event opportunities that positively build the reputation of the project and organisationArrange and attend community information sessions and other activation's on a regular basis and support strong partner relationships, representing the project to our partners and the communityAssist in managing the delivery of engagement strategies within a complex stakeholder environment and within the context of the delivery of the projectProviding strategic advice and recommendations on key community issues in a concise and timely mannerWork with the Community Engagement Manager to mitigate the impacts of the development on local residents and business and innovate to bring early benefits to the community Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications or equivalent relevant experience in community engagement and communications, or other relevant discipline on high profile infrastructure project/sDemonstrated ability to deliver community engagement strategies and programs for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools Project management experienceDemonstrated ability to translate complex and technical information into publicly accessible easy-to-understand information through written, verbal and digital platformsProven ability to build and maintain community relationships both internal and external to the organisationExcellent written and oral communications skills including presentation skillsProven influencing and negotiation skills including a high degree of initiative and flexibility, the ability to manage time and resources to meet competing prioritiesA proactive solution-focused attitude and commitment to always upholding the cultural values of the organisationNSW Drivers Licence and willingness for required out-of-hours work, including some weekendsWhite card (or willingness to obtain)IAP2 accreditation is highly regarded How to ApplyApply now for immediate consideration or call Sarah Robinson on 0403 756 053 for a confidential discussion about this role.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.
    A once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the team delivering one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects that will provide huge economic growth and job opportunities to the vibrant culture and people of Western Sydney.Reporting to the Community Engagement Manager and sitting within the Community Engagement & Partnerships function of the Corporate Affairs team, this site-based role will develop and deliver a broad range of high level communications and engagement strategy. In fulfilling this purpose, the position will demonstrate tactical thinking, facilitate collaborative and respectful relationships and accept personal accountability for achieving outputs.This is a rare and exciting opportunity, where you will be contributing to the significant change and growth to Western Sydney. Supporting wider employment, education and training opportunities in the region that will drive the creation of local jobs.The successful incumbent of this role is a creative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in delivering a program of construction and community engagement activities for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools. For local members of the community, this is a great opportunity to bring your knowledge of the area into the role, as well as enjoy the lifestyle of working close to home.Key Responsibilities:Deliver and support the Project's social licence through authentic and trustworthy engagement, fostering positive relationships and creating a network of advocates for the projectEngage with other Corporate Affairs leaders to influence strategy development and initiatives that build social licence and support for the project and organisation among the community and stakeholdersWork collaboratively to ensure the engagement approach is consistentEstablish strong working relationships with delivery partners and internal business units to deliver engagement programs and ensure strong collaboration between major works contractorsBe the voice of community and support positive outcomes for project communications and engagement by influencing and negotiating within contractual frameworksBuild and maintain positive, collaborative and productive relationships with key Western Sydney community groups and the surrounding communities Initiate innovative and engaging materials, assets, and solutions to inform the community more effectively, adapting to the changing environment (i.e., COVID)Support and deliver high-quality community events, prioritising safety and leveraging event opportunities that positively build the reputation of the project and organisationArrange and attend community information sessions and other activation's on a regular basis and support strong partner relationships, representing the project to our partners and the communityAssist in managing the delivery of engagement strategies within a complex stakeholder environment and within the context of the delivery of the projectProviding strategic advice and recommendations on key community issues in a concise and timely mannerWork with the Community Engagement Manager to mitigate the impacts of the development on local residents and business and innovate to bring early benefits to the community Key Requirements:Tertiary qualifications or equivalent relevant experience in community engagement and communications, or other relevant discipline on high profile infrastructure project/sDemonstrated ability to deliver community engagement strategies and programs for contentious and sensitive projects, including experience in conducting contentious meetings and forums using a wide range of engagement tools Project management experienceDemonstrated ability to translate complex and technical information into publicly accessible easy-to-understand information through written, verbal and digital platformsProven ability to build and maintain community relationships both internal and external to the organisationExcellent written and oral communications skills including presentation skillsProven influencing and negotiation skills including a high degree of initiative and flexibility, the ability to manage time and resources to meet competing prioritiesA proactive solution-focused attitude and commitment to always upholding the cultural values of the organisationNSW Drivers Licence and willingness for required out-of-hours work, including some weekendsWhite card (or willingness to obtain)IAP2 accreditation is highly regarded How to ApplyApply now for immediate consideration or call Sarah Robinson on 0403 756 053 for a confidential discussion about this role.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$63.00 - AU$70.00, per hour, + Super
    • full-time
    Federal Government Agency is seeking an EL1 Assistant Manager who is independent, high performing and who will quickly develop an understanding of Australia’s measurement system and work effectively and confidently with senior executives and staff to deliver, shape and support the strategic objectives and priorities of Strategy, Operations and the overall Department. You have exceptional written and verbal communication, analysis and fact-finding skills. You do not need to be a scientist, but can clearly communicate scientific and regulatory activities to a policy audience, and to explain policy perspectives to science specialists. Experience with ministerial briefings and correspondence, or with departmental coordination activities is required, as would an ability to discern the implications of various agendas and sensitivity to multiple perspectives. You have highly effective relationship skills and are able to work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders on a diverse set of issues, in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. You have the ability to identify gaps and limitations, think strategically, and apply sound judgement. You identify and pursue opportunities, and advise of risks and emerging issues. You learn rapidly and are a motivated self-starter who is not afraid to pitch in, with guidance, to get unfamiliar tasks completedKey Accountabilities:Working with the Manager Business Sustainability & Governance to coordinate input into an independent review of agency financial sustainability and build a business case to support long-term financial and technical sustainability. Contributing to government decision-making including Cabinet processes is likely. Work with the Executives and others to ensure that governance and reporting mechanisms are appropriate to support operational and strategic objectivesWorking with the Director Strategic Engagement to develop communications and engagement materials to support strategic engagement work. If time permits provide support with developing an overarching strategic engagement and communications strategy, including a high-level stakeholder landscape analysis across the division’s varied functions, and driving selected strategic engagement initiatives. These will have an initial focus on key stakeholders within government, and require active collaboration with specialists across the division from a broad range of scientific and technical expertise areasSupporting the Canberra Office with provision of timely and well informed guidance to the minister, department and Executives. With guidance as needed, preparation of drafts for review/clearance of briefings, correspondence and responses to departmental coordination requestsKey Requirements:Excellent relationship-building and collaboration skills for a diverse range of stakeholders. Extensive experience with stakeholder engagement and/or relationship management. An ability to understand the sensitivities specific to engagement within both government and commercial environments will be needed. Evidence of experience with overcoming initial challenges and barriers to develop productive relationships would be highly regarded, as would experience with briefings and correspondence in a government contextAn exceptional ability to proactively recognise, investigate and communicate the strategic implications of a wide range of measurement sciences for/to policy and industry audiences. An awareness of what is important in policy terms and how it affects/influences strategic directionAbility to rapidly develop an understanding of the diverse work across NMI and a knowledge of where to harness information at short notice from sources within the division and the departmentExcellence in verbal and written communicationExperience with communicating scientific material to both expert and lay audiences and/or demonstrated skills in other communication modes (e.g. pictorial or interactive software) would be highly regardedApplicants must be Australian Citizens. This position requires Baseline security clearance. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this levelApply now for immediate consideration or email Sarah at sarah.robinson@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.
    Federal Government Agency is seeking an EL1 Assistant Manager who is independent, high performing and who will quickly develop an understanding of Australia’s measurement system and work effectively and confidently with senior executives and staff to deliver, shape and support the strategic objectives and priorities of Strategy, Operations and the overall Department. You have exceptional written and verbal communication, analysis and fact-finding skills. You do not need to be a scientist, but can clearly communicate scientific and regulatory activities to a policy audience, and to explain policy perspectives to science specialists. Experience with ministerial briefings and correspondence, or with departmental coordination activities is required, as would an ability to discern the implications of various agendas and sensitivity to multiple perspectives. You have highly effective relationship skills and are able to work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders on a diverse set of issues, in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. You have the ability to identify gaps and limitations, think strategically, and apply sound judgement. You identify and pursue opportunities, and advise of risks and emerging issues. You learn rapidly and are a motivated self-starter who is not afraid to pitch in, with guidance, to get unfamiliar tasks completedKey Accountabilities:Working with the Manager Business Sustainability & Governance to coordinate input into an independent review of agency financial sustainability and build a business case to support long-term financial and technical sustainability. Contributing to government decision-making including Cabinet processes is likely. Work with the Executives and others to ensure that governance and reporting mechanisms are appropriate to support operational and strategic objectivesWorking with the Director Strategic Engagement to develop communications and engagement materials to support strategic engagement work. If time permits provide support with developing an overarching strategic engagement and communications strategy, including a high-level stakeholder landscape analysis across the division’s varied functions, and driving selected strategic engagement initiatives. These will have an initial focus on key stakeholders within government, and require active collaboration with specialists across the division from a broad range of scientific and technical expertise areasSupporting the Canberra Office with provision of timely and well informed guidance to the minister, department and Executives. With guidance as needed, preparation of drafts for review/clearance of briefings, correspondence and responses to departmental coordination requestsKey Requirements:Excellent relationship-building and collaboration skills for a diverse range of stakeholders. Extensive experience with stakeholder engagement and/or relationship management. An ability to understand the sensitivities specific to engagement within both government and commercial environments will be needed. Evidence of experience with overcoming initial challenges and barriers to develop productive relationships would be highly regarded, as would experience with briefings and correspondence in a government contextAn exceptional ability to proactively recognise, investigate and communicate the strategic implications of a wide range of measurement sciences for/to policy and industry audiences. An awareness of what is important in policy terms and how it affects/influences strategic directionAbility to rapidly develop an understanding of the diverse work across NMI and a knowledge of where to harness information at short notice from sources within the division and the departmentExcellence in verbal and written communicationExperience with communicating scientific material to both expert and lay audiences and/or demonstrated skills in other communication modes (e.g. pictorial or interactive software) would be highly regardedApplicants must be Australian Citizens. This position requires Baseline security clearance. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this levelApply now for immediate consideration or email Sarah at sarah.robinson@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.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Your new company Dedicated to providing customer focused building contracting services, specialising in interior fitout and refurbishment. Your new roleAs the Bid Coordinator you are responsible for the creation of content for bids and marketing collateral, maintaining a library of information to streamline the tender process and working cohesively with the delivery teams to assist with the conversion of opportunities. Key Duties:Assist the Bid Manager and Project delivery teams to create bid content that is clear and concise.Coordinate the production of tender submissions, ensuring the process is structured and timely.Coordinate workflows with the wider marketing and communications team.Complete coordination tasks and tender workbooks for all bid submissions and presentations.Maintain bid library ensuring all data is up to date and accurate.Complete quarterly reviews of the bid content library.Work cohesively with all stakeholders in all areas of the business, including Directors, Project Directors, Estimators, Project Teams, Finance and Support Staff. Your skills and experiencePreferred Bachelor’s degree in Marketing (or related degree) but not essentialGraphic Design (preferred).Minimum 3 years’ experience in similar role .Graphic Design experience (essential).Corporate Bid writing experience (essential).Intermediate/Advanced skills in MS Office Suite (Primarily Word).Preferred skills in using, creating templates and macros in MS Word.Intermediate skills in Adobe InDesign.Preferred experience in Construction industry but not essential. Your benefitsWork/life balance- We encourage and support flexibility.Great culture- Our close-knit team is fun and friendly with social events from time to time.Location- Head office is located in Sydney CBD.Innovative company- Take pride in joining an Australian Owned Company. If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to brendan.burke@randstad.com.au or call me now on 0431564388 to discuss your next role. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact me for a confidential discussion about your career. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Your new company Dedicated to providing customer focused building contracting services, specialising in interior fitout and refurbishment. Your new roleAs the Bid Coordinator you are responsible for the creation of content for bids and marketing collateral, maintaining a library of information to streamline the tender process and working cohesively with the delivery teams to assist with the conversion of opportunities. Key Duties:Assist the Bid Manager and Project delivery teams to create bid content that is clear and concise.Coordinate the production of tender submissions, ensuring the process is structured and timely.Coordinate workflows with the wider marketing and communications team.Complete coordination tasks and tender workbooks for all bid submissions and presentations.Maintain bid library ensuring all data is up to date and accurate.Complete quarterly reviews of the bid content library.Work cohesively with all stakeholders in all areas of the business, including Directors, Project Directors, Estimators, Project Teams, Finance and Support Staff. Your skills and experiencePreferred Bachelor’s degree in Marketing (or related degree) but not essentialGraphic Design (preferred).Minimum 3 years’ experience in similar role .Graphic Design experience (essential).Corporate Bid writing experience (essential).Intermediate/Advanced skills in MS Office Suite (Primarily Word).Preferred skills in using, creating templates and macros in MS Word.Intermediate skills in Adobe InDesign.Preferred experience in Construction industry but not essential. Your benefitsWork/life balance- We encourage and support flexibility.Great culture- Our close-knit team is fun and friendly with social events from time to time.Location- Head office is located in Sydney CBD.Innovative company- Take pride in joining an Australian Owned Company. If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to brendan.burke@randstad.com.au or call me now on 0431564388 to discuss your next role. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact me for a confidential discussion about your career. 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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