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      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$160,000 per year
      • full-time
      The CompanyEstablished Victorian Contractor - diverse $00m-$50m projects with larger projects on occasionHighly impressive list of ASX listed clients - commercial, industrial & retailDedicated training, development and mentorship programThe RoleDedicated Contract Administrator role where you will be based on site - supporting a Senior PM with PC/Junior CA supportFull End to end financial management of commercial building projects delivered via D&C, ECI, Hard Dollar Tender, Lump Sum and Construction Management methodologyCore responsibilities include: Undertaking job costing and setup, Budgeting and cost control, Vetting and letting of contracts, Processing RFI’s & EOT’s, Liaison with Clients, Architects, Engineers & Regulatory Authorities, Assisting in the preparation of monthly financial reports.Experience/Qualifications RequiredTertiary Qualifications in Construction Management or equivalentA track record in financial control at CA level gained over a couple of years or more on multiple commercial building projectsFamiliarity with Cheops preferredAn ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with clients and project stakeholders – this company has valuable repeat clients and prides themselves on their subcontractor relationships.Whats on offerA salary package in the $100k - $160k range, dependent upon experienceMultiple career options - path to PM level if desired, equally they value career CA’sAn collaborative and enjoyable workplace that shares successHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 03 9252 2124At 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 CompanyEstablished Victorian Contractor - diverse $00m-$50m projects with larger projects on occasionHighly impressive list of ASX listed clients - commercial, industrial & retailDedicated training, development and mentorship programThe RoleDedicated Contract Administrator role where you will be based on site - supporting a Senior PM with PC/Junior CA supportFull End to end financial management of commercial building projects delivered via D&C, ECI, Hard Dollar Tender, Lump Sum and Construction Management methodologyCore responsibilities include: Undertaking job costing and setup, Budgeting and cost control, Vetting and letting of contracts, Processing RFI’s & EOT’s, Liaison with Clients, Architects, Engineers & Regulatory Authorities, Assisting in the preparation of monthly financial reports.Experience/Qualifications RequiredTertiary Qualifications in Construction Management or equivalentA track record in financial control at CA level gained over a couple of years or more on multiple commercial building projectsFamiliarity with Cheops preferredAn ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with clients and project stakeholders – this company has valuable repeat clients and prides themselves on their subcontractor relationships.Whats on offerA salary package in the $100k - $160k range, dependent upon experienceMultiple career options - path to PM level if desired, equally they value career CA’sAn collaborative and enjoyable workplace that shares successHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 03 9252 2124At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • footscray, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$83,000 - AU$89,000, per year, incl Super + $13,000 car allowance
      • full-time
      As an Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Benefits to you in your new employment:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team You will have:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, AASW eligible, previous experience in Early Childhood Intervention desiredHigh level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference Permanent and 12 month contract vacancies To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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 Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Benefits to you in your new employment:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team You will have:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, AASW eligible, previous experience in Early Childhood Intervention desiredHigh level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference Permanent and 12 month contract vacancies To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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.
      • broadmeadows, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$81,000 - AU$89,000, per year, incl Super + $13,000 car allowance
      • full-time
      As an Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. What we're looking for:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Physiotherapy, AHPRA registered and previous experience as an Early Childhood Intervention desiredDemonstrated high level administrative and reporting capabilities Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference In return we offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary teamPermanent and 12 month contract opportunities available To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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 Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. What we're looking for:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Physiotherapy, AHPRA registered and previous experience as an Early Childhood Intervention desiredDemonstrated high level administrative and reporting capabilities Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference In return we offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary teamPermanent and 12 month contract opportunities available To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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.
      • preston, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$83,000 - AU$89,000, per year, incl Super + $13,000 car allowance
      • full-time
      As an Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Contributing benefits:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary teamPermanent and/or 12 month maternity contract You will have:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education/ Primary Teaching with VIT registration and early intervention experience High level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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 Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Contributing benefits:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary teamPermanent and/or 12 month maternity contract You will have:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education/ Primary Teaching with VIT registration and early intervention experience High level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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.
      • geelong, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Our Geelong based client is seeking an experienced Information and Records Management Support Officer to join their team for a fixed term contract until 3/10/2023.This opportunity has a Hybrid Flexible Working Arrangement (FWA) of 3 days in the office and 2 at home and offers excellent remuneration and a great opportunity for long term career outcomes within the highly sought after Government Sector.Ideally you will:Have experience in records management and administrative functionsHave worked within a Government department or sectorBe available to start immediatelyBe very team orientated and have a high customer service standardHave excellent verbal and written communication skillsHave a strong attention to detailHave experience using TRIM or Micro Focus Content Manager at an Administrator levelHave intermediate keyboard and computer skills along with Word, Excel, email and PowerPointHave the ability to conduct research and experience in financial processingExperience in preparation of agendas, minutes, reports and presentationsExperience in organising functions or team events and diary managementIf you have experience in a training capacity this will be an added advantage as well.A few key tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Oversee the priorities of the Information Records Management Unit by monitoring key activities, action items, preparing drafts of reports, presentations, correspondence, briefs, e-mails and managing appointments.Coordinate high level of awareness of the priorities and provide the administrative support requirements and follow up financial processing including raising purchase orders and payment of invoices, etc.Providing administrative support for the management of issues and correspondenceSupport effective document and file management in accordance with policy and proceduresUndertake research and analysis tasks to assist in the preparation of reports, development of status reports and briefing notesDeliver small group one on one basic introductory training and assisting in developing training materialsProvide one-on-one support to staff on basic queries relating to in system usage, escalating to appropriate team membersRemain abreast of key digital developments in the Information and Records Management spaceAccountable for creating and capturing accurate and complete records of the business activities related to this position, in accordance with approved policy and procedures.Please forward your detailed resume and a cover letter addressing the above criteria.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 Geelong based client is seeking an experienced Information and Records Management Support Officer to join their team for a fixed term contract until 3/10/2023.This opportunity has a Hybrid Flexible Working Arrangement (FWA) of 3 days in the office and 2 at home and offers excellent remuneration and a great opportunity for long term career outcomes within the highly sought after Government Sector.Ideally you will:Have experience in records management and administrative functionsHave worked within a Government department or sectorBe available to start immediatelyBe very team orientated and have a high customer service standardHave excellent verbal and written communication skillsHave a strong attention to detailHave experience using TRIM or Micro Focus Content Manager at an Administrator levelHave intermediate keyboard and computer skills along with Word, Excel, email and PowerPointHave the ability to conduct research and experience in financial processingExperience in preparation of agendas, minutes, reports and presentationsExperience in organising functions or team events and diary managementIf you have experience in a training capacity this will be an added advantage as well.A few key tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Oversee the priorities of the Information Records Management Unit by monitoring key activities, action items, preparing drafts of reports, presentations, correspondence, briefs, e-mails and managing appointments.Coordinate high level of awareness of the priorities and provide the administrative support requirements and follow up financial processing including raising purchase orders and payment of invoices, etc.Providing administrative support for the management of issues and correspondenceSupport effective document and file management in accordance with policy and proceduresUndertake research and analysis tasks to assist in the preparation of reports, development of status reports and briefing notesDeliver small group one on one basic introductory training and assisting in developing training materialsProvide one-on-one support to staff on basic queries relating to in system usage, escalating to appropriate team membersRemain abreast of key digital developments in the Information and Records Management spaceAccountable for creating and capturing accurate and complete records of the business activities related to this position, in accordance with approved policy and procedures.Please forward your detailed resume and a cover letter addressing the above criteria.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$83,000 - AU$89,000, per year, incl Super + $13,000 car allowance
      • full-time
      As an Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. What we're looking for:Relevant tertiary qualifications and registrations in Occupational Therapy and/or previous experience in Early Childhood Intervention. Demonstrated high level administrative and reporting capabilities Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference In return we offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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 Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. What we're looking for:Relevant tertiary qualifications and registrations in Occupational Therapy and/or previous experience in Early Childhood Intervention. Demonstrated high level administrative and reporting capabilities Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference In return we offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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.
      • maribyrnong, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$83,000 - AU$89,000, per year, incl Super + $13,000 travel allowance
      • full-time
      As an Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. What's on offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team You will have:Relevant tertiary qualifications and associated registrations in Allied Health, Social Work, Early Childhood Education and/or previous experience as an Early Childhood Intervention Coordinator.High level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disability To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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 Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. What's on offer:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary team You will have:Relevant tertiary qualifications and associated registrations in Allied Health, Social Work, Early Childhood Education and/or previous experience as an Early Childhood Intervention Coordinator.High level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disability To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceWorking with Children Check (Blue Card) Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! 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$85,000 - AU$100,000, per year, plus superannuation
      • full-time
      ASSISTANT MANAGER / COMMERCIAL CREDIT ANALYSTINNER-CITY LOCATION - RICHMOND FULL TIME PERMANENT POSITIONThe RoleA great opportunity to join a growing inner city finance brokerage as an assistant manager / commercial credit analyst. Use your skills as an assistant relationship manager, small business banker or commercial credit analyst to manage the end-to-end loan application process, prepare credit papers and perform annual reviews on existing facilities. To be successful, you will have: Prior experience managing commercial loan processes as a business banker or assistant relationship managerExcellent analytical / problem solving skillsGreat attention to detailRelevant tertiary qualifications highly desirable In return, you will receive: Excellent prospects for career development Gain broad exposure to different aspects of running the businessFantastic management and work cultureFlexible hybrid working options How to applyPlease apply using the links below or email your application directly to simon.bonneau@randstad.com.au. For a confidential discussion regarding the role, please contact Simon Bonneau on 0436 365 425. 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.
      ASSISTANT MANAGER / COMMERCIAL CREDIT ANALYSTINNER-CITY LOCATION - RICHMOND FULL TIME PERMANENT POSITIONThe RoleA great opportunity to join a growing inner city finance brokerage as an assistant manager / commercial credit analyst. Use your skills as an assistant relationship manager, small business banker or commercial credit analyst to manage the end-to-end loan application process, prepare credit papers and perform annual reviews on existing facilities. To be successful, you will have: Prior experience managing commercial loan processes as a business banker or assistant relationship managerExcellent analytical / problem solving skillsGreat attention to detailRelevant tertiary qualifications highly desirable In return, you will receive: Excellent prospects for career development Gain broad exposure to different aspects of running the businessFantastic management and work cultureFlexible hybrid working options How to applyPlease apply using the links below or email your application directly to simon.bonneau@randstad.com.au. For a confidential discussion regarding the role, please contact Simon Bonneau on 0436 365 425. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000, per year, Generous Commissions
      • full-time
      Join a well established boutique broker firm who's lending and debt advice is built around all the aspects of what’s going on with an SME business owner or self-employed individual. This growing firm is passionate about what their clients do and take care in tailoring solutions to suit them perfectly. Recommendations that go beyond brokering loans and are based on trust, extensive market experience and a passion for helping businesses and their owners succeed.With both commercial and residential lending expertise, this firm is anticipating strong growth in the next 2 years and seeking experienced additions to the team. The next hire in the residential space, is a critical one. The ideal candidate will have an established referral network and be self sufficient. They will have experience dealing with complex lending scenarios and will have a thorough understanding of the credit process, knowing how to work outside of the box and get deals approved quickly.An opportunity like this would be perfect if you are a sole broker tired of wearing so many hats and you just want to do what you know and do it well. Equally, if you have been missing something at your broker firm or in your corporate role, consider getting in touch to discuss an opportunity where you will have the freedom and flexibility to essentially run your own portfolio but also getting the benefits of: Full back-office support for loan processing and ongoing loan managementTraining and ongoing supportFlexible working hours and locationFun, team focussed environmentExposure to diversified mortgage business working across residential, commercial and leasing financeAn estalished client base of primarily self-employed, affluent investorsFor a confidential discussion, please apply through the link or email your CV to jarrad.penley@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.
      Join a well established boutique broker firm who's lending and debt advice is built around all the aspects of what’s going on with an SME business owner or self-employed individual. This growing firm is passionate about what their clients do and take care in tailoring solutions to suit them perfectly. Recommendations that go beyond brokering loans and are based on trust, extensive market experience and a passion for helping businesses and their owners succeed.With both commercial and residential lending expertise, this firm is anticipating strong growth in the next 2 years and seeking experienced additions to the team. The next hire in the residential space, is a critical one. The ideal candidate will have an established referral network and be self sufficient. They will have experience dealing with complex lending scenarios and will have a thorough understanding of the credit process, knowing how to work outside of the box and get deals approved quickly.An opportunity like this would be perfect if you are a sole broker tired of wearing so many hats and you just want to do what you know and do it well. Equally, if you have been missing something at your broker firm or in your corporate role, consider getting in touch to discuss an opportunity where you will have the freedom and flexibility to essentially run your own portfolio but also getting the benefits of: Full back-office support for loan processing and ongoing loan managementTraining and ongoing supportFlexible working hours and locationFun, team focussed environmentExposure to diversified mortgage business working across residential, commercial and leasing financeAn estalished client base of primarily self-employed, affluent investorsFor a confidential discussion, please apply through the link or email your CV to jarrad.penley@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
      • part-time
      Primary Teacher - St Kilda, Melbourne An amazing opportunity for a Primary Teacher to join the team of an Independent school located in Melbourne's Inner suburbs. The school is easily accessable by public transport and also has onsite car parking available. Involves teaching Grades 3 & 4 ASAP startOngoing position Part Time of 0.6FTE, full time is open to discussion should this be your preferenceReduced face to face teaching and generous planning timeWhat you will need to be successful: Our client is excited to have you join the team. To be successful in your new role, you will be passionate in Primary Education. As a member of the teaching team you will have a passion for education and supporting students in their learning journey and further developing their learning and skills. Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Have a valid VIT Teacher RegistrationProvide a minimum of two professional references Be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next: If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
      Primary Teacher - St Kilda, Melbourne An amazing opportunity for a Primary Teacher to join the team of an Independent school located in Melbourne's Inner suburbs. The school is easily accessable by public transport and also has onsite car parking available. Involves teaching Grades 3 & 4 ASAP startOngoing position Part Time of 0.6FTE, full time is open to discussion should this be your preferenceReduced face to face teaching and generous planning timeWhat you will need to be successful: Our client is excited to have you join the team. To be successful in your new role, you will be passionate in Primary Education. As a member of the teaching team you will have a passion for education and supporting students in their learning journey and further developing their learning and skills. Australian Citizen or Resident with valid work rights Have a valid VIT Teacher RegistrationProvide a minimum of two professional references Be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 The benefits of working with Randstad Education:Please note that your details will not be sent to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in every capital city in Australia, Randstad's Education team is the biggest and most experienced education & childcare agency in the country, and that means we're here to help you with your next career move. What’s Next: If this sounds like your next opportunity or you want to find out more, click Apply Now or call Randstad Education on (03) 8630 7406 or send your resume to rebecca.smith@randstad.com.au
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$140,000, per year, Half year bonus
      • full-time
      Home & Investment Lending Manager, you will use your strong market knowledge and deep lending expertise to develop business and manage customer relationships. You will have on-going specialised coaching support to advise you and continuously build your lending knowledge. This will help you to understand the specific needs of each customer so you can tailor recommendations and support them through each step of the journey for a seamless experience.You will be a customer service role model across your district, mentoring and coaching team members in the branch by consistently delivering our Customer Promises. Most importantly, you will be responsible for adhering to ANZ’s policies, processes and standards.Assisting a variety of customers with solutions from first home, investment properties, home renovations and purchases of other assets. By creating such a relationship that allows you to delve into the roots of your customers financial needs – You will ultimately provide them with solutions that add value to their lives! These are truly pivotal roles within the Retail branch network and an excellent launching pad for your career.REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES: Strong referral network of accountants etc. to refer business and a circle of influence necessary as this is a sales based and lead generating role Strong working knowledge of the end-to-end application process of home loans Cert IV or Diploma of Mortgage Broking Sales acumen and strong influencing and persuasive skills High performing and strong attention to detail and able to work complex scenarios and structuresAbility to work well under pressure, within a fast-paced environment. Objective decision maker – looks to the facts. Tech savvy DESIRED EXPERIENCE & SKILLS: Minimum 18 months recent experience in Loan Processing or loan packaging of residential mortgages Some level of supervising or managing loan processors or administrators advantageous but not essentialFast & accurate computer skillsSolid numeric or credit analysis skills. Established network and proven ability to acquire new business Background working in established bank or broker firm 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.
      Home & Investment Lending Manager, you will use your strong market knowledge and deep lending expertise to develop business and manage customer relationships. You will have on-going specialised coaching support to advise you and continuously build your lending knowledge. This will help you to understand the specific needs of each customer so you can tailor recommendations and support them through each step of the journey for a seamless experience.You will be a customer service role model across your district, mentoring and coaching team members in the branch by consistently delivering our Customer Promises. Most importantly, you will be responsible for adhering to ANZ’s policies, processes and standards.Assisting a variety of customers with solutions from first home, investment properties, home renovations and purchases of other assets. By creating such a relationship that allows you to delve into the roots of your customers financial needs – You will ultimately provide them with solutions that add value to their lives! These are truly pivotal roles within the Retail branch network and an excellent launching pad for your career.REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES: Strong referral network of accountants etc. to refer business and a circle of influence necessary as this is a sales based and lead generating role Strong working knowledge of the end-to-end application process of home loans Cert IV or Diploma of Mortgage Broking Sales acumen and strong influencing and persuasive skills High performing and strong attention to detail and able to work complex scenarios and structuresAbility to work well under pressure, within a fast-paced environment. Objective decision maker – looks to the facts. Tech savvy DESIRED EXPERIENCE & SKILLS: Minimum 18 months recent experience in Loan Processing or loan packaging of residential mortgages Some level of supervising or managing loan processors or administrators advantageous but not essentialFast & accurate computer skillsSolid numeric or credit analysis skills. Established network and proven ability to acquire new business Background working in established bank or broker firm 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
      • full-time
      About The CompanyThis Australian organisation has now grown to be recognised as an industry leader within their sector. They have an exceptional portfolio of products within the household cleaning and personal care space, priding themselves on strong values, exceptional customer service and a commitment to propelling their respective brands forward together. As a result of the continued growth of this company, there is now an opportunity for a National Account Manager to join the team.About The RoleReporting directly to the National Sales Manager, you will have total responsibility for managing the direct relationships within the wholesaler market. This will involve the development of customer and business plans, driving new product development initiatives, leveraging category insights to drive price negotiations as well as working directly with internal stakeholders to create new business. You will manage projects from concept through to market delivery and spend a lot of time building meaningful relationships with external stakeholders. About YouSuccess in this role will come from Account Management experience from within the FMCG industry. You will possess exceptional commercial & financial acumen, and be a strategic thinker who challenges the norm. A genuine passion for the company’s products, along with strong selling and negotiation skills. Above all we’re looking for someone who is a team player and loves driving everyone in the same direction to achieve results. Any prior experience dealing with household cleaning or personal care products will be looked upon favourably. How To ApplyIf this sounds like the right role, apply now! If you have further questions regarding this job, please email chris.tsonis@randstad.com.auPlease note, due to the volume of applications only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About The CompanyThis Australian organisation has now grown to be recognised as an industry leader within their sector. They have an exceptional portfolio of products within the household cleaning and personal care space, priding themselves on strong values, exceptional customer service and a commitment to propelling their respective brands forward together. As a result of the continued growth of this company, there is now an opportunity for a National Account Manager to join the team.About The RoleReporting directly to the National Sales Manager, you will have total responsibility for managing the direct relationships within the wholesaler market. This will involve the development of customer and business plans, driving new product development initiatives, leveraging category insights to drive price negotiations as well as working directly with internal stakeholders to create new business. You will manage projects from concept through to market delivery and spend a lot of time building meaningful relationships with external stakeholders. About YouSuccess in this role will come from Account Management experience from within the FMCG industry. You will possess exceptional commercial & financial acumen, and be a strategic thinker who challenges the norm. A genuine passion for the company’s products, along with strong selling and negotiation skills. Above all we’re looking for someone who is a team player and loves driving everyone in the same direction to achieve results. Any prior experience dealing with household cleaning or personal care products will be looked upon favourably. How To ApplyIf this sounds like the right role, apply now! If you have further questions regarding this job, please email chris.tsonis@randstad.com.auPlease note, due to the volume of applications only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • geelong, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Our Geelong based client is seeking an experienced Information and Records Management Support Officer to join their team for a fixed term contract until 3/10/2023.This opportunity has a Hybrid Flexible Working Arrangement (FWA) of 3 days in the office and 2 at home and offers excellent remuneration and a great opportunity for long term career outcomes within the highly sought after Government Sector.Ideally you will:Have experience in records management and administrative functionsHave worked within a Government department or sector Be available to start immediatelyBe very team orientated and have a high customer service standardHave excellent verbal and written communication skillsHave a strong attention to detailHave experience using TRIM or Micro Focus Content Manager at an Administrator levelHave intermediate keyboard and computer skills along with Word, Excel, email and PowerPointHave the ability to conduct research and experience in financial processingExperience in preparation of agendas, minutes, reports and presentationsExperience in organising functions or team events and diary managementIf you have experience in a training capacity this will be an added advantage as well.A few key tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to:Oversee the priorities of the Information Records Management Unit by monitoring key activities, action items, preparing drafts of reports, presentations, correspondence, briefs, e-mails and managing appointments.Coordinate high level of awareness of the priorities and provide the administrative support requirements and follow up financial processing including raising purchase orders and payment of invoices, etc.Providing administrative support for the management of issues and correspondence Support effective document and file management in accordance with policy and proceduresUndertake research and analysis tasks to assist in the preparation of reports, development of status reports and briefing notesDeliver small group one on one basic introductory training and assisting in developing training materialsProvide one-on-one support to staff on basic queries relating to in system usage, escalating to appropriate team membersRemain abreast of key digital developments in the Information and Records Management spaceAccountable for creating and capturing accurate and complete records of the business activities related to this position, in accordance with approved policy and procedures.Please forward your detailed resume and a cover letter addressing the above criteria.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 Geelong based client is seeking an experienced Information and Records Management Support Officer to join their team for a fixed term contract until 3/10/2023.This opportunity has a Hybrid Flexible Working Arrangement (FWA) of 3 days in the office and 2 at home and offers excellent remuneration and a great opportunity for long term career outcomes within the highly sought after Government Sector.Ideally you will:Have experience in records management and administrative functionsHave worked within a Government department or sector Be available to start immediatelyBe very team orientated and have a high customer service standardHave excellent verbal and written communication skillsHave a strong attention to detailHave experience using TRIM or Micro Focus Content Manager at an Administrator levelHave intermediate keyboard and computer skills along with Word, Excel, email and PowerPointHave the ability to conduct research and experience in financial processingExperience in preparation of agendas, minutes, reports and presentationsExperience in organising functions or team events and diary managementIf you have experience in a training capacity this will be an added advantage as well.A few key tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to:Oversee the priorities of the Information Records Management Unit by monitoring key activities, action items, preparing drafts of reports, presentations, correspondence, briefs, e-mails and managing appointments.Coordinate high level of awareness of the priorities and provide the administrative support requirements and follow up financial processing including raising purchase orders and payment of invoices, etc.Providing administrative support for the management of issues and correspondence Support effective document and file management in accordance with policy and proceduresUndertake research and analysis tasks to assist in the preparation of reports, development of status reports and briefing notesDeliver small group one on one basic introductory training and assisting in developing training materialsProvide one-on-one support to staff on basic queries relating to in system usage, escalating to appropriate team membersRemain abreast of key digital developments in the Information and Records Management spaceAccountable for creating and capturing accurate and complete records of the business activities related to this position, in accordance with approved policy and procedures.Please forward your detailed resume and a cover letter addressing the above criteria.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.
      • grampians, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$95,000, per year, Super, Flexible Options
      • full-time
      A permanent opportunity has presented itself to join our client that operates Australia wide, located in Stawell, Victoria. In your new role you act as a dynamic HR Advisor, roll up your sleeves and get the job done. You will partner with the business and love building relationships with the managers and staff. In this role, you will provide generalist Human Resources support to your client group, which is located in Victoria.As a trusted HR Advisor to the business, you will be reporting into the HR Manager. Your areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to:Provide advice, support and assistance for managers and staff on all people matters.Work collaboratively with the HR team to coordinate and manage projects associated with Human Resources. Such as, retaining a diverse workforce. Assist with the end to end recruitment and selection process as well as the on boarding.Provide advice, guidance and support the leaders in relation to performance management, disciplinary investigation processes and grievances.Monitor trends across the business and act accordingly if you see elements you want to improve in the business.You are the person who enjoys working in a customer service focussed environment where you are encouraged to speak up about any improvements you want to make. You are a strong relationship builder who is resilient and you are keen to learn more about HR. A background as HR Coordinator, HR Officer or HR Advisor is a must have to secure this job. If your CV seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period.The consultant looking after this role is Marilize De Witt. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button or apply directly at www.hrpartners.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.
      A permanent opportunity has presented itself to join our client that operates Australia wide, located in Stawell, Victoria. In your new role you act as a dynamic HR Advisor, roll up your sleeves and get the job done. You will partner with the business and love building relationships with the managers and staff. In this role, you will provide generalist Human Resources support to your client group, which is located in Victoria.As a trusted HR Advisor to the business, you will be reporting into the HR Manager. Your areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to:Provide advice, support and assistance for managers and staff on all people matters.Work collaboratively with the HR team to coordinate and manage projects associated with Human Resources. Such as, retaining a diverse workforce. Assist with the end to end recruitment and selection process as well as the on boarding.Provide advice, guidance and support the leaders in relation to performance management, disciplinary investigation processes and grievances.Monitor trends across the business and act accordingly if you see elements you want to improve in the business.You are the person who enjoys working in a customer service focussed environment where you are encouraged to speak up about any improvements you want to make. You are a strong relationship builder who is resilient and you are keen to learn more about HR. A background as HR Coordinator, HR Officer or HR Advisor is a must have to secure this job. If your CV seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period.The consultant looking after this role is Marilize De Witt. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$96,000 - AU$144,500, per year, + 13% Super!
      • full-time
      Data Engineer / Data Specialist13% Super!ASX Listed CompanyPermanent OpportunityThe Opportunity:Join this leading multinational and ASX listed company as they embark on a strategic transformation journey to effectively deliver on their purpose. To help achieve this, they are seeking a Data Engineer to uniquely contribute to building resilient and scalable data pipelines to transform and present data through interfaces/APIs. Key Skills/Experience:3+ years experience in a data focused role (Engineer/Analyst/Similar)Proficient skills in SQLProficient skills utilising AirflowProficient skills with any kind of APIsInterested?Its simple, just hit that "APPLY" button!Know someone who would be great in this role? Please share this opportunity with them. We look forward to receiving your application soon!--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.
      Data Engineer / Data Specialist13% Super!ASX Listed CompanyPermanent OpportunityThe Opportunity:Join this leading multinational and ASX listed company as they embark on a strategic transformation journey to effectively deliver on their purpose. To help achieve this, they are seeking a Data Engineer to uniquely contribute to building resilient and scalable data pipelines to transform and present data through interfaces/APIs. Key Skills/Experience:3+ years experience in a data focused role (Engineer/Analyst/Similar)Proficient skills in SQLProficient skills utilising AirflowProficient skills with any kind of APIsInterested?Its simple, just hit that "APPLY" button!Know someone who would be great in this role? Please share this opportunity with them. We look forward to receiving your application soon!--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
      • full-time
      My client is a leading energy technology company operating across the world. I am working with my client exclusively, in order to source a knowledgeable and practical Contracts/Commercial Professional with a strong capability across contract drafting and contract negotiations. This role offers a hybrid working model so you will be able to have the balance between working from home and at their Melbourne office. You will be reporting to the Commercial Team Leader and part of a diverse and highly effective team. This is a permanent opportunity with more information provided below.As the Contracts/Commercial Professional you will be responsible for the following tasks:Assume responsibility for all commercial aspects of customer contracts, tenders and quotations for the Transmission portfolioUndertake contract negotiation with clientele to ensure contract negotiations are successfully in line with parameters outlined in company strategy and policiesProvide commercial and contractual adviceCollaborate with the in-house legal counsel, tendering and technical teams, sales executives, procurement and senior managers including the sales commercial teamManaging and finalizing contract reviews and any drafting amendments alongside key stakeholdersIn essence, if you have worked in a similar role or in Legal then these responsibilities should be familiar or second nature. My client is also keen to look at candidates with the following:Tertiary degree in Law or a relevant field Minimum 3 years experience across Commercial or Legal rolesStrong understanding of contract draftingClear and effective communication skills and the ability to work well within a teamRoles like this don’t come up too often, so please do not miss out. Get in touch with myself (Marko Durdevic) at our Melbourne office to find out more (marko.durdevic@randstad.com.au / 0401 353 998).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.
      My client is a leading energy technology company operating across the world. I am working with my client exclusively, in order to source a knowledgeable and practical Contracts/Commercial Professional with a strong capability across contract drafting and contract negotiations. This role offers a hybrid working model so you will be able to have the balance between working from home and at their Melbourne office. You will be reporting to the Commercial Team Leader and part of a diverse and highly effective team. This is a permanent opportunity with more information provided below.As the Contracts/Commercial Professional you will be responsible for the following tasks:Assume responsibility for all commercial aspects of customer contracts, tenders and quotations for the Transmission portfolioUndertake contract negotiation with clientele to ensure contract negotiations are successfully in line with parameters outlined in company strategy and policiesProvide commercial and contractual adviceCollaborate with the in-house legal counsel, tendering and technical teams, sales executives, procurement and senior managers including the sales commercial teamManaging and finalizing contract reviews and any drafting amendments alongside key stakeholdersIn essence, if you have worked in a similar role or in Legal then these responsibilities should be familiar or second nature. My client is also keen to look at candidates with the following:Tertiary degree in Law or a relevant field Minimum 3 years experience across Commercial or Legal rolesStrong understanding of contract draftingClear and effective communication skills and the ability to work well within a teamRoles like this don’t come up too often, so please do not miss out. Get in touch with myself (Marko Durdevic) at our Melbourne office to find out more (marko.durdevic@randstad.com.au / 0401 353 998).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$160,000 - AU$200,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Company and ProjectTier one contractor with international reach and high calibre management team$150m+ commercial build - large greenfield site with several build interfaces - project runs wll into 2024 - suburban Melbourne locationCivil and in ground works underway now - structural contractors mobilising in the next 4 weeks.The RoleStructures Foreman role overseeing major structural subcontractor - whilst at peak productivity the project will encompass two tower cranes Proactively drive company safety polices, practices and proceduresOrganisaion on a daily and weekly time frame the sequencing of structural worksAsssist the Site Manager and report on site activities that could result in points of delay or safety problemsWork wit the PM to allocate necessary site staff and resources to ensure work continuationReview the construction programme and refine as requiredEnsure all company policies and practises are maintained regarding safety, IR and QAExperience/Qualifications RequiredA stable track record in supervision of structural building elements on major commercial build. You must be able to demonstrate best practice in OHS - Certificate III/IV preferred but note essentialAn ability to programme, schedule and sequence trades effectivelyExperience in utilising site safety and/or document management software sWhats on offerSalary package in the $160k-$200k range dependent upon experience. Enjoyable and rewarding work environment with a builder with a strong track record of successful project completion in Victoria and beyondAn interesting project that is one of a kind and great project pipeline in the future.How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At 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 Company and ProjectTier one contractor with international reach and high calibre management team$150m+ commercial build - large greenfield site with several build interfaces - project runs wll into 2024 - suburban Melbourne locationCivil and in ground works underway now - structural contractors mobilising in the next 4 weeks.The RoleStructures Foreman role overseeing major structural subcontractor - whilst at peak productivity the project will encompass two tower cranes Proactively drive company safety polices, practices and proceduresOrganisaion on a daily and weekly time frame the sequencing of structural worksAsssist the Site Manager and report on site activities that could result in points of delay or safety problemsWork wit the PM to allocate necessary site staff and resources to ensure work continuationReview the construction programme and refine as requiredEnsure all company policies and practises are maintained regarding safety, IR and QAExperience/Qualifications RequiredA stable track record in supervision of structural building elements on major commercial build. You must be able to demonstrate best practice in OHS - Certificate III/IV preferred but note essentialAn ability to programme, schedule and sequence trades effectivelyExperience in utilising site safety and/or document management software sWhats on offerSalary package in the $160k-$200k range dependent upon experience. Enjoyable and rewarding work environment with a builder with a strong track record of successful project completion in Victoria and beyondAn interesting project that is one of a kind and great project pipeline in the future.How to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Neil Powell on 0432 538 193At 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$10,900 - AU$100,000, per year, plus Super
      • full-time
      The primary objective of the Estimator (Quantity Surveyor) is to provide detailed cost estimation / verification / monitoring services for our clients Major Periodic Maintenance (MPM) projects across all project stages to ensure the business delivery and governance framework requirements are met. The Estimator will work closely with the Program Manager - AWP to ensure program and project tracking along with reporting requirements from a progress, compliance and financial perspective are met. As well as performing duties specified in this position description, the Estimator will also be required to perform other duties from time to time as directed by management. The Estimator is also responsible for ensuring all staff are provided with a safe place of work where risks are identified, understood and managed and a safe environment for customers and visitors is maintained.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 primary objective of the Estimator (Quantity Surveyor) is to provide detailed cost estimation / verification / monitoring services for our clients Major Periodic Maintenance (MPM) projects across all project stages to ensure the business delivery and governance framework requirements are met. The Estimator will work closely with the Program Manager - AWP to ensure program and project tracking along with reporting requirements from a progress, compliance and financial perspective are met. As well as performing duties specified in this position description, the Estimator will also be required to perform other duties from time to time as directed by management. The Estimator is also responsible for ensuring all staff are provided with a safe place of work where risks are identified, understood and managed and a safe environment for customers and visitors is maintained.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.
      • laverton, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      The OpportunityMy client is currently seeking an energetic and detail orientated Warehouse Supervisor to join the team based out of Laverton. The successful applicant will be experiencing in overseeing order picking and good with computer inventory systemsThis is a Monday to Friday, day shift opportunity with a 6am start. The successful applicant will be required to work in refrigerated conditions. Training and support provided within an exceptional team environmentYou will be responsible for:Pick and pack order allocationsWorkflow managementProcessing paperwork and delivery documentationGoods receiptingOrganising and prioritising time sensitive deliveriesInventory managementStocktake dutiesTo be successful in this role, it is essential that you have:A minimum of 12 months experience in a similar roleSAP and WHS experience preferredStrong attention to detailStrong work ethicReliable and self motivatedHigh standard of workThis is a great opportunity for someone who wants to secure a permanent opportunity with a FMCG market leader and someone who is looking to continue their growth and development. 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 OpportunityMy client is currently seeking an energetic and detail orientated Warehouse Supervisor to join the team based out of Laverton. The successful applicant will be experiencing in overseeing order picking and good with computer inventory systemsThis is a Monday to Friday, day shift opportunity with a 6am start. The successful applicant will be required to work in refrigerated conditions. Training and support provided within an exceptional team environmentYou will be responsible for:Pick and pack order allocationsWorkflow managementProcessing paperwork and delivery documentationGoods receiptingOrganising and prioritising time sensitive deliveriesInventory managementStocktake dutiesTo be successful in this role, it is essential that you have:A minimum of 12 months experience in a similar roleSAP and WHS experience preferredStrong attention to detailStrong work ethicReliable and self motivatedHigh standard of workThis is a great opportunity for someone who wants to secure a permanent opportunity with a FMCG market leader and someone who is looking to continue their growth and development. 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$27.15 - AU$35.44 per hour
      • full-time
      Are you an experienced process worker? This role is in an industry that will give you experience that is in high demand. A game changer for your career! Ideally you will have worked within the pharmaceutical, food or FMCG industry. Experience in the production and or mixing of food products, tablets, chemicals or paints would be beneficial, but not essential. Full training will be provided. On offer is a variety of ongoing shifts and training across various areas of the production process that will add to your skill set. Shifts available: Day: 7am to 3:30pm | Afternoon: 3pm - 11:30pm | Night: 11pm - 7:30amWhat you needProcess or production line experienceGMP or TGA environment experience (desirable)Ability to complete batch documentationPhysically fit and able to stand for long periods What we are looking forPrevious experience working in a fast paced production, manufacturing, warehouse environment. You will need to be able to stand for long periods. Benefits of applying for thisFrom the start of your contract you will be eligible for discounts and offers from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more from Randstads incentives program.Opportunities for on-going Day shift & Afternoon shiftsPermanent opportunitiesSupportive team environmentReady to apply? If you are interested in this process worker opportunity please send your resume today. If you have questions before applying email us to Mulgravevic@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.
      Are you an experienced process worker? This role is in an industry that will give you experience that is in high demand. A game changer for your career! Ideally you will have worked within the pharmaceutical, food or FMCG industry. Experience in the production and or mixing of food products, tablets, chemicals or paints would be beneficial, but not essential. Full training will be provided. On offer is a variety of ongoing shifts and training across various areas of the production process that will add to your skill set. Shifts available: Day: 7am to 3:30pm | Afternoon: 3pm - 11:30pm | Night: 11pm - 7:30amWhat you needProcess or production line experienceGMP or TGA environment experience (desirable)Ability to complete batch documentationPhysically fit and able to stand for long periods What we are looking forPrevious experience working in a fast paced production, manufacturing, warehouse environment. You will need to be able to stand for long periods. Benefits of applying for thisFrom the start of your contract you will be eligible for discounts and offers from Woolworths, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Event Cinemas, and more from Randstads incentives program.Opportunities for on-going Day shift & Afternoon shiftsPermanent opportunitiesSupportive team environmentReady to apply? If you are interested in this process worker opportunity please send your resume today. If you have questions before applying email us to Mulgravevic@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$56,513 - AU$56,513, per year, Including superannuation
      • full-time
      Randstad Education is excited to welcome expressions of interest for the following traineeship:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care - multiple full time positions available in Melbourne Suburb: Eynesbury OpportunityObtain your Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at no cost to youEarn and learn while working across multiple childcare centresCombination of on-the-job experience, written assessments and workplace observationsYou will generally be working 7.5 hour shifts daily, however you will need to be flexible and available to work anywhere between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm, Monday to FridayA full time, 12 month contract is on offer: 38 hour work week salary of $56,513 incl superannuation BenefitsGain new skills and a Nationally Recognised Certificate III Qualification upon completion of your traineeshipShare in Randstad’s amazing benefits program - discounts on retail, fuel, school supplies, entertainment and more!Full time employment contract for 12 months: guarantee of 38 hours per week pay, including paid personal leave, annual leave, etc.Be partnered with a coach and mentor to support you throughout your year of studyOnce you have completed your Certificate III your salary will increase and you can continue working for Randstad Education as a casual educator or we’ll help you find a job at a childcare centre you likeAbout YouAustralian Citizen or Permanent ResidentEnergetic and passionate about working with children in the 0-6 age groupExcited to work in a collaborative team environmentConfident verbal, written and computer literacy skillsUp to date with all immunisations, including triple dose of COVID-19 vaccination, Whooping Cough and MMR (or willingness to obtain)Ready to start in May or June and available full time (38 hours every week for 12 months from the start date)No previous qualifications are required - suitable for school leavers, recent graduates, return-to-work applicants, career-changers, etc. A successful applicant must be willing to:Obtain a state-based paid Working With Children Check Study towards and complete the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care Commit to full time work between 8:00am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday and on the job trainingCommit to flexibility and maximum 45 minutes travel time to each shiftHave own transport available Monday-Friday and pay for travel costs to shifts Whilst working with us you will be trained and mentored by our supportive and experienced team members, to gain all the necessary skills needed to complete your studies for a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. If you believe you have the dedication and enthusiasm to join our amazing team of educators and work towards achieving your qualification, we would love to help you get your career in early childhood started!Apply now with your resume and cover letter!Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is there any cost to me?A: No, the qualification is completely free, paid for by Randstad EducationQ: How many hours work will I do?A: You will work 38 hours a week, as this is a full time roleQ: Will I always work at the same centre?A: No, you will work at different centres within a 45 min​​ute drive from your house. Randstad will always aim to find shifts as close to your home as possible. Q: How will I be paid?A: Randstad will pay monthly into your nominated bank accountQ: I am only available for part time work, can I still participate?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time to be eligible for this traineeshipQ: I am available for 6 months, is that enough?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time for 12 months from the start of the traineeshipQ: When will this start?A: We are aiming to start with the first group of educators in May or June
      Randstad Education is excited to welcome expressions of interest for the following traineeship:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care - multiple full time positions available in Melbourne Suburb: Eynesbury OpportunityObtain your Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at no cost to youEarn and learn while working across multiple childcare centresCombination of on-the-job experience, written assessments and workplace observationsYou will generally be working 7.5 hour shifts daily, however you will need to be flexible and available to work anywhere between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm, Monday to FridayA full time, 12 month contract is on offer: 38 hour work week salary of $56,513 incl superannuation BenefitsGain new skills and a Nationally Recognised Certificate III Qualification upon completion of your traineeshipShare in Randstad’s amazing benefits program - discounts on retail, fuel, school supplies, entertainment and more!Full time employment contract for 12 months: guarantee of 38 hours per week pay, including paid personal leave, annual leave, etc.Be partnered with a coach and mentor to support you throughout your year of studyOnce you have completed your Certificate III your salary will increase and you can continue working for Randstad Education as a casual educator or we’ll help you find a job at a childcare centre you likeAbout YouAustralian Citizen or Permanent ResidentEnergetic and passionate about working with children in the 0-6 age groupExcited to work in a collaborative team environmentConfident verbal, written and computer literacy skillsUp to date with all immunisations, including triple dose of COVID-19 vaccination, Whooping Cough and MMR (or willingness to obtain)Ready to start in May or June and available full time (38 hours every week for 12 months from the start date)No previous qualifications are required - suitable for school leavers, recent graduates, return-to-work applicants, career-changers, etc. A successful applicant must be willing to:Obtain a state-based paid Working With Children Check Study towards and complete the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care Commit to full time work between 8:00am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday and on the job trainingCommit to flexibility and maximum 45 minutes travel time to each shiftHave own transport available Monday-Friday and pay for travel costs to shifts Whilst working with us you will be trained and mentored by our supportive and experienced team members, to gain all the necessary skills needed to complete your studies for a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. If you believe you have the dedication and enthusiasm to join our amazing team of educators and work towards achieving your qualification, we would love to help you get your career in early childhood started!Apply now with your resume and cover letter!Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is there any cost to me?A: No, the qualification is completely free, paid for by Randstad EducationQ: How many hours work will I do?A: You will work 38 hours a week, as this is a full time roleQ: Will I always work at the same centre?A: No, you will work at different centres within a 45 min​​ute drive from your house. Randstad will always aim to find shifts as close to your home as possible. Q: How will I be paid?A: Randstad will pay monthly into your nominated bank accountQ: I am only available for part time work, can I still participate?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time to be eligible for this traineeshipQ: I am available for 6 months, is that enough?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time for 12 months from the start of the traineeshipQ: When will this start?A: We are aiming to start with the first group of educators in May or June
      • preston, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Are you a 2IC or Centre director who has the skills to manage, grow and make a real difference in a 100 place centre? Do you want to work for a company that offers an impressive bonus structure and growth opportunities? Read on to be a part of an organisation that is striving to be the best in Early Childhood.The companyA provider with more than 450 quality Early Childhood Centres across Australia that play an important role in their communities. Their hard work and dedication is to achieve their goals of being the first choice in the early childhood sector by following and believing in their vision and values of passion, initiation, dedication, compassion, integrityThe rolePermanent Full Time Director role. Managing a well established child care centre in Preston, Victoria. Your responsibilities will include:Build strong relationships with team and stakeholders Mentor and support the team and any centre development areasWork with the company to Review and monitor all staff around the NQF and EYLFManage all HR related queries including recruitment, training, annual reviews etcResponsible for the overall performance of each serviceTravel to each centre regularly or as neededYour skills and experienceDiploma in children services or Bachelor degree 2years + Service manager experiance or 2 years + 2IC experience Business management experienceDemonstrated ability in performance management of a serviceStrong background working across the early years education sectorBeing able to cater learning/ teaching styles. Your benefits will include: Children Services award + Excellent Bonus StructureSupportive Area Manager and Assistant Director Hop, skip and a jump away from Northland Shopping Precinct.95% discount on childcare fees. Become a part of a large company that encourages growth within your career. This is an exciting permanent full-time position autonomously to achieve best results for all your services. Click to apply now, call Chloe on 03 8630 7400 or email me on Chloe.edridge@randstad.com.au for more information.
      Are you a 2IC or Centre director who has the skills to manage, grow and make a real difference in a 100 place centre? Do you want to work for a company that offers an impressive bonus structure and growth opportunities? Read on to be a part of an organisation that is striving to be the best in Early Childhood.The companyA provider with more than 450 quality Early Childhood Centres across Australia that play an important role in their communities. Their hard work and dedication is to achieve their goals of being the first choice in the early childhood sector by following and believing in their vision and values of passion, initiation, dedication, compassion, integrityThe rolePermanent Full Time Director role. Managing a well established child care centre in Preston, Victoria. Your responsibilities will include:Build strong relationships with team and stakeholders Mentor and support the team and any centre development areasWork with the company to Review and monitor all staff around the NQF and EYLFManage all HR related queries including recruitment, training, annual reviews etcResponsible for the overall performance of each serviceTravel to each centre regularly or as neededYour skills and experienceDiploma in children services or Bachelor degree 2years + Service manager experiance or 2 years + 2IC experience Business management experienceDemonstrated ability in performance management of a serviceStrong background working across the early years education sectorBeing able to cater learning/ teaching styles. Your benefits will include: Children Services award + Excellent Bonus StructureSupportive Area Manager and Assistant Director Hop, skip and a jump away from Northland Shopping Precinct.95% discount on childcare fees. Become a part of a large company that encourages growth within your career. This is an exciting permanent full-time position autonomously to achieve best results for all your services. Click to apply now, call Chloe on 03 8630 7400 or email me on Chloe.edridge@randstad.com.au for more information.
      • carrum downs, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$160,000, per year, Great OTE, company car ++
      • full-time
      Children Services Area Manager - East Melbourne locationAre you a Centre Manager, Director or Service manager who has the skills to oversee multiple services or an Area Manager looking to make a real difference and work for a company that offers impressive benefits and growth opportunities? Read on to see how you can make a difference to this organisation.The companyA provider of early education services for over 20 years nationally. With over 150 services across Australia your next company is continuously investing in strengthening their brand through partnerships with communities and families. The roleManaging 8 well established child care centres across the Eastern suburbs of Victoria, your responsibilities will include:Build strong relationships with internal and external stake holdersMentor, coach and support centre managers to work on any centre development areasWork with senior managers to develop annual business plans and budgetsReview and monitor all staff around the NQF and EYLFManage all HR related queries including recruitment, training, annual reviews etcResponsible for the overall performance of each serviceTravel to each centre regularly or as neededYour skills and experienceBachelor degree or Diploma in children services2+ years experience in a similar role, exposure to multiple service management will be highly regardedBusiness management experienceDemonstrated ability in performance management of a serviceStrong background working across the early years education sectorKey understanding across the EYLF platformYour benefits will include:Fully serviced company carAn impressive childcare discountQuarterly bonus structure based on KPIsHybrid working arrangementsPersonal and professional development opportunitiesThis is an exciting permanent full-time position with flexibility on working hours as you work autonomously to achieve best results for all your services. Click to apply now, call Vae on 03 8630 7400 or email me on vae.lemauga@randstad.com.au for more information.
      Children Services Area Manager - East Melbourne locationAre you a Centre Manager, Director or Service manager who has the skills to oversee multiple services or an Area Manager looking to make a real difference and work for a company that offers impressive benefits and growth opportunities? Read on to see how you can make a difference to this organisation.The companyA provider of early education services for over 20 years nationally. With over 150 services across Australia your next company is continuously investing in strengthening their brand through partnerships with communities and families. The roleManaging 8 well established child care centres across the Eastern suburbs of Victoria, your responsibilities will include:Build strong relationships with internal and external stake holdersMentor, coach and support centre managers to work on any centre development areasWork with senior managers to develop annual business plans and budgetsReview and monitor all staff around the NQF and EYLFManage all HR related queries including recruitment, training, annual reviews etcResponsible for the overall performance of each serviceTravel to each centre regularly or as neededYour skills and experienceBachelor degree or Diploma in children services2+ years experience in a similar role, exposure to multiple service management will be highly regardedBusiness management experienceDemonstrated ability in performance management of a serviceStrong background working across the early years education sectorKey understanding across the EYLF platformYour benefits will include:Fully serviced company carAn impressive childcare discountQuarterly bonus structure based on KPIsHybrid working arrangementsPersonal and professional development opportunitiesThis is an exciting permanent full-time position with flexibility on working hours as you work autonomously to achieve best results for all your services. Click to apply now, call Vae on 03 8630 7400 or email me on vae.lemauga@randstad.com.au for more information.
      • dandenong, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$110,000 per year
      • full-time
      An exciting opportunity has presented itself to join our client located in Dandenong and partner with the executive in this newly created position. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Senior HR Advisor/junior Business Partner to partner with the business to grow the HR function and provide support, HR guidance & leadership to the executive and national client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the executive and reporting directly to the Managing Director, you will work closely with the executive and the client group to develop and deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for both the continued development of the HR function as well management of the day to day HR operations across the client group.Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will ideally have experience within a similar Greenfield or high growth role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the Manufacturing/FMCG sector will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 14M0486646, or apply direct at www.hrpartners.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.
      An exciting opportunity has presented itself to join our client located in Dandenong and partner with the executive in this newly created position. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Senior HR Advisor/junior Business Partner to partner with the business to grow the HR function and provide support, HR guidance & leadership to the executive and national client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the executive and reporting directly to the Managing Director, you will work closely with the executive and the client group to develop and deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for both the continued development of the HR function as well management of the day to day HR operations across the client group.Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will ideally have experience within a similar Greenfield or high growth role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the Manufacturing/FMCG sector will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 14M0486646, or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      We are looking for a Maintenance Managers to join a team within one of Melbourne’s leading centres in health care delivery, improvement, research and education.The Maintenance Managers play a vital role in keeping many different facets of the building up to high standards and ensuring it is done in a safe and timely manner.This is a hands-on role where no day is the same. You will be required to be able to act fast when needed and stay calm under pressure. We are looking for someone who is:Trade qualified in carpentry or plumbing or have excellent practical experience in maintenance within a similar environment preferred A great communicator and has customer service skills Able to prioritise work and meet a daily schedule of tasks Able to work autonomously and as part of a team and has a strong work ethicExperienced in general building maintenanceGood with time management and has solid management skillsAble to work under pressure with an eye for detailAware of OH&S and Quality Management systemsAble to identify, clarify and resolve both routine and non-routine problemsStrong with reporting, documentation and record keepingOther benefitsWellbeing initiativesDesirable shift patternsLocated close to public transport, shops and restaurantsHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to jack.hall@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Jack Hall on 0406 645 175At 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 looking for a Maintenance Managers to join a team within one of Melbourne’s leading centres in health care delivery, improvement, research and education.The Maintenance Managers play a vital role in keeping many different facets of the building up to high standards and ensuring it is done in a safe and timely manner.This is a hands-on role where no day is the same. You will be required to be able to act fast when needed and stay calm under pressure. We are looking for someone who is:Trade qualified in carpentry or plumbing or have excellent practical experience in maintenance within a similar environment preferred A great communicator and has customer service skills Able to prioritise work and meet a daily schedule of tasks Able to work autonomously and as part of a team and has a strong work ethicExperienced in general building maintenanceGood with time management and has solid management skillsAble to work under pressure with an eye for detailAware of OH&S and Quality Management systemsAble to identify, clarify and resolve both routine and non-routine problemsStrong with reporting, documentation and record keepingOther benefitsWellbeing initiativesDesirable shift patternsLocated close to public transport, shops and restaurantsHow to applyUse the links below to apply via Randstad’s websiteOr email your application direct to jack.hall@randstad.com.auFor an informal chat about the role please call Jack Hall on 0406 645 175At 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
      • full-time
      Our client is an international leader in the production of commercial hygiene & cleaning solutions, who are focusing on expanding their team in Victoria at present.This company fosters a culture of inclusiveness that values people and the contribution they make to the efficient and effective operation of the business and its profitability.We're seeking an experienced and highly motivated Account Manager with a successful track record to join our team.Prior experience within the Hygiene or Commercial Services industry will be looked upon favourably. We require a person who has a passion for service, who's consistent and diligent, with a can-do attitude. This is your opportunity to become a vital member of the team, offering job security and progression with a dynamic international Company.The successful candidate will enjoy a varied role which will include the following duties:Build and develop customer relationships through strong customer service and a willingness to always exceed expectationsProvide product support and advising customers on product solutionsAchieve sales targets, with a proven track recordIdentifying new product and market opportunitiesKeep up to date with the latest product developmentsContribute to the continual improvement culture of the companyWho we're seeking;Self-motivated & work well unsupervisedAbility to work well under pressure and the ability to manage multiple customers and prioritiesHigh levels of integrity and honesty with a commitment to exceptional levels of customer service and supportExcellent attention to detail, organisational and interpersonal skillsAbility to work in a team environmentExperienced using Microsoft Windows based computer programsIf you believe you fit the above criteria and desire a stable future with a progressive and highly successful operation then please forward your resume to oscar.knight@randstad.com.au or call on 0419382195.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is an international leader in the production of commercial hygiene & cleaning solutions, who are focusing on expanding their team in Victoria at present.This company fosters a culture of inclusiveness that values people and the contribution they make to the efficient and effective operation of the business and its profitability.We're seeking an experienced and highly motivated Account Manager with a successful track record to join our team.Prior experience within the Hygiene or Commercial Services industry will be looked upon favourably. We require a person who has a passion for service, who's consistent and diligent, with a can-do attitude. This is your opportunity to become a vital member of the team, offering job security and progression with a dynamic international Company.The successful candidate will enjoy a varied role which will include the following duties:Build and develop customer relationships through strong customer service and a willingness to always exceed expectationsProvide product support and advising customers on product solutionsAchieve sales targets, with a proven track recordIdentifying new product and market opportunitiesKeep up to date with the latest product developmentsContribute to the continual improvement culture of the companyWho we're seeking;Self-motivated & work well unsupervisedAbility to work well under pressure and the ability to manage multiple customers and prioritiesHigh levels of integrity and honesty with a commitment to exceptional levels of customer service and supportExcellent attention to detail, organisational and interpersonal skillsAbility to work in a team environmentExperienced using Microsoft Windows based computer programsIf you believe you fit the above criteria and desire a stable future with a progressive and highly successful operation then please forward your resume to oscar.knight@randstad.com.au or call on 0419382195.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$57.00 - AU$62.00, per hour, + Super
      • full-time
      Our Victorian Government Client is looking to recruit an experienced Project Officer within the Property and Leasing space specifically in the Community Joint Use Program which deals with fairly complex agreements between the Minister for Education, schools and a local council.The team is responsible for managing property agreements related to education facilities and providing general property advice and support for schools.The position is initially for a 6 month duration with the opportunity of going perm for the right candidate.The position is responsible for:Supporting the Community Joint Use Agreement Program, including administrative support in relation to the maintenance of the program database, records management, compilation of data, title searches, compilation of procurement documents.The role is also responsible for assisting in the the preparation of Community Joint Use Agreements and related property.agreements, under direction and supervision, including liaising with internal and external stakeholders.The Property Branch is a strongly collaborative environment where staff work together across various projects. The team manages a high volume of projects and it is a fast paced highly responsive environment.Given the high profile nature of the projects, the role requires:Excellent stakeholder management and communication skills and that reporting and record keeping.A good working knowledge of the land titles system, Crown land, leases and licenses is necessary.Experience with Landata, GovMap/Nearmaps and Sharepoint is desirable.Please apply for this position over the weekend as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. The deadline for submission of your CV ideally in WORD format is on Tuesday 17th May 2022 at 10 pm. Please phone Roger Joseph on 0403321969 from Monday if you have the relevant experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert.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 Victorian Government Client is looking to recruit an experienced Project Officer within the Property and Leasing space specifically in the Community Joint Use Program which deals with fairly complex agreements between the Minister for Education, schools and a local council.The team is responsible for managing property agreements related to education facilities and providing general property advice and support for schools.The position is initially for a 6 month duration with the opportunity of going perm for the right candidate.The position is responsible for:Supporting the Community Joint Use Agreement Program, including administrative support in relation to the maintenance of the program database, records management, compilation of data, title searches, compilation of procurement documents.The role is also responsible for assisting in the the preparation of Community Joint Use Agreements and related property.agreements, under direction and supervision, including liaising with internal and external stakeholders.The Property Branch is a strongly collaborative environment where staff work together across various projects. The team manages a high volume of projects and it is a fast paced highly responsive environment.Given the high profile nature of the projects, the role requires:Excellent stakeholder management and communication skills and that reporting and record keeping.A good working knowledge of the land titles system, Crown land, leases and licenses is necessary.Experience with Landata, GovMap/Nearmaps and Sharepoint is desirable.Please apply for this position over the weekend as this is an immediate opportunity to work with a great team within Government. The deadline for submission of your CV ideally in WORD format is on Tuesday 17th May 2022 at 10 pm. Please phone Roger Joseph on 0403321969 from Monday if you have the relevant experience. All information for this opportunity is contained within this advert.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
      • full-time
      Our ClientOur client is an ASX listed Company, whom are leaders in their field. This is an opportunity to be a part of a forward thinking organisation as they embark on growth trajectory. They looking for a highly driven individual to join a high performing team as the Financial Accountant. About the OpportunityWorking as the Financial Accountant, you will be reporting to the Finance Manager. Your responsabilities will include but not limited to:Leading month end close and process, delivering month end reportingShared responsibility of the P&L/balance sheet, prepare monthly balance sheet reconciliationsPreparation of budgets and forecasts, including variance analysis with commentaryProviding timely and accurate monthly management reportsWeekly cashflow forecasting, assisting in budgeting and forecasting processPreparation of monthly board presentationsManage the Accounts Receivable & Accounts Payable functionsRecommendations on process improvements opportunities within finance and wider organisationCompletion of all tax and statutory reporting requirementsAssist the preparation of year-end annual financial statementsAssist external auditors in the half year and year end audit processAd Hoc duties as requiredIdeal ProfileYou will be CA or CPA qualified or working towards your qualification. 12 months experience in a Financial Accounting role or similar, auditing experience preferable.Interpersonally, you are deadline driven, inquisitive, with attention to detail. You are a confident individual, with an ability to partner with stakeholders across the business. You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written. You are meticulous in your approach and thrive in a fast pace and challenging yet supportive environment. Experience in inventory management is essential.BenefitsAn exciting business with career progression opportunitiesNorth-East location, flexible working arrangementsHigh performing and vibrant team cultureTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our ClientOur client is an ASX listed Company, whom are leaders in their field. This is an opportunity to be a part of a forward thinking organisation as they embark on growth trajectory. They looking for a highly driven individual to join a high performing team as the Financial Accountant. About the OpportunityWorking as the Financial Accountant, you will be reporting to the Finance Manager. Your responsabilities will include but not limited to:Leading month end close and process, delivering month end reportingShared responsibility of the P&L/balance sheet, prepare monthly balance sheet reconciliationsPreparation of budgets and forecasts, including variance analysis with commentaryProviding timely and accurate monthly management reportsWeekly cashflow forecasting, assisting in budgeting and forecasting processPreparation of monthly board presentationsManage the Accounts Receivable & Accounts Payable functionsRecommendations on process improvements opportunities within finance and wider organisationCompletion of all tax and statutory reporting requirementsAssist the preparation of year-end annual financial statementsAssist external auditors in the half year and year end audit processAd Hoc duties as requiredIdeal ProfileYou will be CA or CPA qualified or working towards your qualification. 12 months experience in a Financial Accounting role or similar, auditing experience preferable.Interpersonally, you are deadline driven, inquisitive, with attention to detail. You are a confident individual, with an ability to partner with stakeholders across the business. You will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written. You are meticulous in your approach and thrive in a fast pace and challenging yet supportive environment. Experience in inventory management is essential.BenefitsAn exciting business with career progression opportunitiesNorth-East location, flexible working arrangementsHigh performing and vibrant team cultureTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Hayley Breen on 0414 088 516 or email hayley.breen@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$150,000 - AU$167,000, per year, + superannuation
      • full-time
      Asset Engineer (Transport/Rail) Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple Asset Engineer positions within the Rail, Public Sector - Contract and Permanent employment opportunities!!Benefits of this role: ● Chance to shape the Victorian transport industry ● Market leading rates available ● Work on prestigious Victorian railway projectsJob Description: Provide engineering and project management support to the Project Manager Structures, Civil and Facilities (AWP Development) and Asset Lifecycle Planning team, in relation to planning and development of Annual Works Plan (AWP) projects. Key Responsibilities include: Identify, engage and document stakeholder requirements then develop an options analysis to address these Asset Engineering needs. Once an option is selected, run day to day planning and management of detailed design works (to be completed by Rail external consultants), Liaise with all relevant internal and external stakeholders, assist with any required planning permits/ approvals/ etc. Attend internal team meetings and provide regular progress status reports to higher management. Complete request for quote (RFQ’s) to engage external design consultant, sub-contractors, etc. where required. Comply with department's design management requirements (e.g. Design Review / Safety in Design / Request for Information) Key Selection Criteria: A bachelor’s degree in a Civil/Structural engineering Experience in railway Structural Design and/or Building and Facility Design projects Experience in managing the development (design) phases for Structures and Civil projects Experience in stakeholder engagement, facilitating scoping and option analysis workshops Experience estimating/costing Structures, Civil and Facilities projects Randstad Government Professionals CPE recruits within the Building and Infrastructure sector(s), partnering with the Victorian State Government, Victorian Local Government to provide outstanding project managers engineers, planners and associated professionals. We learn precisely what our clients require and expect, and in return we supply staff who share the ethos of the Victorian State Government and local Councils. To apply, or answer any questions related to this role, please call Hamish McLaren on 0416 216 676 or email at hamish.mclaren@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.
      Asset Engineer (Transport/Rail) Randstad is currently recruiting for multiple Asset Engineer positions within the Rail, Public Sector - Contract and Permanent employment opportunities!!Benefits of this role: ● Chance to shape the Victorian transport industry ● Market leading rates available ● Work on prestigious Victorian railway projectsJob Description: Provide engineering and project management support to the Project Manager Structures, Civil and Facilities (AWP Development) and Asset Lifecycle Planning team, in relation to planning and development of Annual Works Plan (AWP) projects. Key Responsibilities include: Identify, engage and document stakeholder requirements then develop an options analysis to address these Asset Engineering needs. Once an option is selected, run day to day planning and management of detailed design works (to be completed by Rail external consultants), Liaise with all relevant internal and external stakeholders, assist with any required planning permits/ approvals/ etc. Attend internal team meetings and provide regular progress status reports to higher management. Complete request for quote (RFQ’s) to engage external design consultant, sub-contractors, etc. where required. Comply with department's design management requirements (e.g. Design Review / Safety in Design / Request for Information) Key Selection Criteria: A bachelor’s degree in a Civil/Structural engineering Experience in railway Structural Design and/or Building and Facility Design projects Experience in managing the development (design) phases for Structures and Civil projects Experience in stakeholder engagement, facilitating scoping and option analysis workshops Experience estimating/costing Structures, Civil and Facilities projects Randstad Government Professionals CPE recruits within the Building and Infrastructure sector(s), partnering with the Victorian State Government, Victorian Local Government to provide outstanding project managers engineers, planners and associated professionals. We learn precisely what our clients require and expect, and in return we supply staff who share the ethos of the Victorian State Government and local Councils. To apply, or answer any questions related to this role, please call Hamish McLaren on 0416 216 676 or email at hamish.mclaren@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Accelerate your career in DefenceEnjoy interesting work, variety, development and flexibilityPermanent position in a Defence Prime Our client continues to drive innovation and seek passionate and talented people to join their business.This Defence Prime is seeking a Junior Mechanical Engineer who will be working on projects of National significance. The opportunity will be based in Melbourne, Victoria. About the opportunity:As an entry level Junior Mechanical Engineer, you will directly contribute to the electrical engineering activities in accordance with the relevant project engineering processes and under the supervision of senior Mechanical Design Engineers. In terms of specific responsibilities, you will:Support the design integration of complex systems into a naval platformAssist in the development and analysis of detailed designs to meet an established hardware architectural designConduct analysis in any of the following areas: machine design, mechanics (statics and dynamics), vibration, acoustics, thermodynamics, heat transfer and fluid dynamicsUndertake the translation of the mechanical equipment design into a manufacturable solution and incorporate changes as requiredSupport the mechanical equipment manufacture to ensure its realisation and participate in production readiness reviewsSupport equipment integration and validation to ensure that the design meets its requirementsSupport mechanical equipment qualification activities to ensure that the product meets all requirements including safety and regulatory requirementsUtilise appropriate design capture and analysis tools effectively to enable design tasks to be completed in the most timely mannerUtilise appropriate test tools effectively to enable test, integration and verification tasks to be completed in the most timely manner Ideally, you will be capable of operating in a complex design environment, exhibiting personal attributes such as:Practical and pragmaticCapable of dealing equally with people at all levels, and across disciplinesSelf-driven by nature and proactive in your approach to achieving project objectivesConfident in soliciting the input of senior engineers to aid in your continued development. During the course of the upgrade program, junior engineers will be utilised in a wide range of design activities and diverse system design, in order to bring new ideas to the teams, as well as to grow your experience and expertise across a breadth of engineering activities and tools. This wide exposure will allow you to use your engineering judgment and technical knowledge, demonstrating continuous development on your journey to chartered engineering status. BAE Systems has an ongoing relationship with Engineers Australia and encourages development towards engineering accreditation About you:To be eligible, you must have completed a university degree qualification in Electrical Engineering. You will also need demonstrated team work and communication skills coupled with a desire to grow and learn. Due to the nature of our work, you'll also need to be an Australian citizen and eligible for Australian Defence security clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.au ref/ RANDEF 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.
      Accelerate your career in DefenceEnjoy interesting work, variety, development and flexibilityPermanent position in a Defence Prime Our client continues to drive innovation and seek passionate and talented people to join their business.This Defence Prime is seeking a Junior Mechanical Engineer who will be working on projects of National significance. The opportunity will be based in Melbourne, Victoria. About the opportunity:As an entry level Junior Mechanical Engineer, you will directly contribute to the electrical engineering activities in accordance with the relevant project engineering processes and under the supervision of senior Mechanical Design Engineers. In terms of specific responsibilities, you will:Support the design integration of complex systems into a naval platformAssist in the development and analysis of detailed designs to meet an established hardware architectural designConduct analysis in any of the following areas: machine design, mechanics (statics and dynamics), vibration, acoustics, thermodynamics, heat transfer and fluid dynamicsUndertake the translation of the mechanical equipment design into a manufacturable solution and incorporate changes as requiredSupport the mechanical equipment manufacture to ensure its realisation and participate in production readiness reviewsSupport equipment integration and validation to ensure that the design meets its requirementsSupport mechanical equipment qualification activities to ensure that the product meets all requirements including safety and regulatory requirementsUtilise appropriate design capture and analysis tools effectively to enable design tasks to be completed in the most timely mannerUtilise appropriate test tools effectively to enable test, integration and verification tasks to be completed in the most timely manner Ideally, you will be capable of operating in a complex design environment, exhibiting personal attributes such as:Practical and pragmaticCapable of dealing equally with people at all levels, and across disciplinesSelf-driven by nature and proactive in your approach to achieving project objectivesConfident in soliciting the input of senior engineers to aid in your continued development. During the course of the upgrade program, junior engineers will be utilised in a wide range of design activities and diverse system design, in order to bring new ideas to the teams, as well as to grow your experience and expertise across a breadth of engineering activities and tools. This wide exposure will allow you to use your engineering judgment and technical knowledge, demonstrating continuous development on your journey to chartered engineering status. BAE Systems has an ongoing relationship with Engineers Australia and encourages development towards engineering accreditation About you:To be eligible, you must have completed a university degree qualification in Electrical Engineering. You will also need demonstrated team work and communication skills coupled with a desire to grow and learn. Due to the nature of our work, you'll also need to be an Australian citizen and eligible for Australian Defence security clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond at wendy.hammond@randstad.com.au ref/ RANDEF 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.
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