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  • Admin Support Officer

    A full time position is available with a fast growing, National Automatic Door Company which is part of one of the worlds leading brands of Automatic Doors. The successful applicant will work with a small team and will receive full training and support. The role includes Data entry Telephone engagement with Service Customers Administration support, Purchasing and any other general Admin duties To be successful in this role you will Have an excellent phone manner Be proficient with Word an Excel Have excellent verbal and written skills Have high attention to detail Have a willingness to learn Enjoy working as part of a team Experience with MYOB Advanced andor simPRO will be highly regarded. This is a great opportunity to learn a range of skills in Customer Service, Communication and Administration. If you possess a can do attitude and a willingness to learn, you will find this role a rewarding and career building experience. Please note only short-listed applicants will be contacted. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Team Assistant | Immediate Start | $75,000 + Super

    Team Assistant Immediate Start 75,000 + Super Company Global leading healthcare company based Inner-South is seeking an immediately available Team Assistant to support their in-house council and company Secretary on a permanent basis, commencing by Wednesday 28th August for a thorough handover. This role would suit an individual who has a can-do attitude, thrives in a fast-paced environment and enjoys a variety of responsibilities with a fun and dynamic team Key Responsibilities Provide a range of administrative and support services, including general office support to assist the Legal Team such as copying, filing, scanning and binding Processing data into relevant systems and database, to comply with administrative systems and processes, to ensure that all information is accurate, stored correctly and accessible. Answer and distribute incoming calls Create and format a full range of legal documentation with a high degree of accuracy Identify where new or improved processes can be adopted to enhance the performance of the office Assist the Company Secretary with ad hoc requirements About You Minimum of 2 years™ relevant administrative experience from a corporate environment Solid computer skills, including e-mail and Microsoft Office, mostly word for formatting legal documentation Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including telephone manner Work autonomously with minimal supervision, demonstrate initiative, priority management and organisational skills Work well to deadlines and thrive in a fast-paced environment with rapidly changing priorities Apply Now Click the Apply Now Button to be considered for this opportunity For the most up to date roles and recruitment information please add us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comboutiqueconsult or follow us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanyboutique-the-consultancy Lennie Dowle 02 8098 0984 Level 6, 84 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000, Australia boutiqueconsult.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator - Construction Industry

    Office Administrator - Construction Industry About the business and the role Stoddart are one of Australias leading metal fabricators, manufacturing and distributing quality products for the food service, architectural, and commercial building industries. Founded in Queensland in 1959, Stoddart now manufacture and import a large range of equipment for food service applications in their 25,000m2 manufacturing facility in Brisbane. In addition, Stoddarts warehouses and sales teams in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth ensure all regions of Australia are covered. We are currently seeking an Administration Assistant for a large project in the heart of Sydney CBD. Our Project Office is located close to major public transport facilities. This is contract role to the end of the project estimated to be end of 2020. If you are interested in working with a leading brand and are confident you can add value then please apply. Please make sure that your cover letter addresses each of the key skills and experience points listed below and includes information on your relevant experience, skills and qualifications. Job tasks and responsibilities Ensure documentation requirements are completed Receive and action general enquiries by phone and email Administer incoming and outgoing internal and external mail Assist the Construction Manager with day to day duties Ensure compliance with systems and processes Skills and experience The successful applicant must have- Excellent telephone manner and communication skills Solid data entry experience Demonstrated commitment to customer service and continuous improvement Possess excellent attention to detail, computer skills, and time management skills Ability to work independently and to take on initiative Must be proficient with construction ERP systems, eg. Acconex Good computer skills including MS Word, Excel and Outlook.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Broker Assistant - Private Health

    Broker Assistant - Private Health Graduate level trainee insurance broker role within our Sydney Health team. The opportunity Are you looking to grow within a large organisation that can provide clear career paths, ongoing training, regular self-development opportunities, and many other benefits? This is a unique administration and broker support role (Service Specialist) in our Sydney team, supporting our Health Benefits team. Key responsibilities will include Providing day to day administration support to a team of client relationship managers Being part of servicing clients, and eventually speaking with, and meeting face to face, clients to support them with general queries Preparing insurance policy documentations and taking ownership of certain client database tasks Your other main daily tasks will include invoicing, calculating rates we provide, drafting emails etc. About you This role would ideally suit someone with a Private Health background. Positive, friendly and genuine nature “ enjoys working with many people Great attention to detail with ability to prioritise whilst managing multiple tasks Ability to meet client deadlines within a supportive and team focussed environment About Us With close to 1600 employees, we are the largest organisation of our kind in Australia. Globally, we have an employee base of 50,000 people working across 120 countries. This allows us to gather the best thinking from around the world and deliver solutions locally. We provide colleagues with the support to make an impact, a team that will inspire you to achieve, and on-going opportunities for development. How to apply Please submit your up to date resume and cover letter with relevant experiences. Aon is an equal opportunity employer and we invite you to be part of an organisation that has a diverse workplace, values continuous learning and supports many charities and environmental initiatives.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Receptionis / Admin assistant

    Our fast growing Construction company is seeking to employ a reliable and enthusiastic Office Administrator Receptionist in our office working 5 days per week, Monday to Friday. In your capacity as the receptionist office admin, you will be the first point in contact in office and for over the phone customers. You will have to answer phone calls and attend emails and assist the office staff for all adhoc duties, ordering stock and cleanliness. You should be able to offer outstanding customer service, and must have a positive attitude, and work well within teams. To be successful for this job, you must possess the following qualities Punctuality Reliability and Hard working Confidence Minimum 2 years experience in a similar role Previous experience in a similar industry is desirable but not necessary as training will be provided to the successful candidate. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration officer? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant Espresso Mechanics is a leading Coffee Equipment, Spare Parts and Service Provider in ANZ, with over 50 years industry experience. The Espresso Mechanics team is passionate about all things coffee, and is driven by core values of remaining reliable, responsive, knowledgeable and passionate. With a national service presence, Espresso Mechanics is available to service our customers across Australia. We currently have an opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated Administrator. This role is responsible for providing customers, contractors and technicians with a point of contact that always offers outstanding customer service. Key responsibilities include Respond to requests via phone and email. Coordinate bookings and schedules. Prepare and process invoices. General filing and administration duties. The successful applicant ideally has previous administration experience and has A passion for coffee Experience in a fast paced environment Strong computer skills and attention to detail Ability to problem solve and work as part of a team Outstanding communication skills The ability to build strong rapport If you are self-motivated and seeking a new opportunity, then apply today as we are willing to train the right person This opportunity will be based in our new offices in North Strathfield which has free on-site parking and is also close to public transport. Look us up at www.espressomechanics.com.au and www.suntorycoffee.com LinkedIn Suntory Coffee Instagram EspressoMechanicsAU The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have as an administration assistant? Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Administration Traineeship

    Business Administration Traineeship About My Gateway My Gateway is a Sydney based Group Training Organisation who specializes in finding, supplying and employing apprentices and trainees in all domains such as business admin, IT, electrical and engineering roles. At My Gateway you can be guaranteed that you will be supplied with the required training, qualifications and ongoing support right through your traineeshipapprenticeship. Role Description My Gateway has several full time opportunities for recent school leavers located in the Campbelltown area and surrounding localities. These are rewarding opportunities to work in a office environment as a trainee where you focus on assisting team members in all administrative tasks involved You will complete a Certificate III in Business Administration over a 12 - 24 month period through a combination of formal training with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and practical on-the-job experience with a host employer where you will gain valuable skills and experience. Your Responsibilities May Include Answering incoming calls Taking messages Data entry Formatting business documents Filing Photocopying and faxing Utilizing Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook What Youll Bring To The Table Strong written and verbal communication skills Well presented and articulate Ability to multitask and work to deadlines Customer focused Experience using Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook If you believe this is you - click the APPLY NOW button and submit your resume and cover letter explaining why you would be the best business admin trainee Only suitable applicants will be contacted. 1800 993 200 www.mygateway.org.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Front of House Client Engagement Officer

    Front of House Client Engagement Officer Casual, work on a need basis Based at Ozanam Learning Centre, Woolloomooloo NSW SCHCADS Level 2, hourly rates range from 33.45 inclusive of casual loading Role will fit someone with a passion for connecting and developing relationships with people from all walks of life Work in a busy client focussed dynamic environment where you can expect the expected and unexpected What we do The St Vincent de Paul Society is a leading provider of community support services and has been assisting people experiencing disadvantage in NSW for more than 130 years. Our people reach out to the most vulnerable in our community through our Conferences, Special Works and Vinnies shops. The Society™s mission is to shape a more just and compassionate society by offering a ˜hands up™ approach to people in need respecting their dignity, sharing our hope and encouraging them to take control of their own destiny. About the Service The Ozanam Learning Centre (OLC) supports people who are at imminent risk of homelessness or those who require social inclusion options to prevent them from falling into cycles of disadvantage and marginalisation. We are focused on producing sustainable pathways that provide people with skills, confidence, and opportunities. With an innovative approach, the OLC works to empower individuals and promote independent living. The Role The Front of House Client Engagement Officer will be the first point of contact for people who are homeless at risk of homelessness or require social inclusion options and seeking assistance from OLC. Support in enabling them to access the programs and activities being offered at the Ozanam Learning Centre is a primary objective of this role. Your welcoming, supportive and non-judgmental approach is highly important to this role that involves a lot of interaction with people who seek assistance from OLC, as well as with volunteers and program facilitators. You will also provide reception and other administrative support to the operations of the OLC and will report to the OLC Program Manager. Please click here for a copy of the Position Description. To be successful in this role, you will need A minimum of three years demonstrated experience working with people who have been socially excluded due to any number of personal or societal issues and or who present with challenging behaviour Developed verbal communication skills confident with active listening, speaks with courtesy and able to convey information effectively A proactive approach to responding to challenges Ability to assess the needs and respond to the enquiries of people that use the service A basic level of administrative skills Ability to work collaboratively and to cooperate with others to achieve common goals IT competency, particularly with the use of Microsoft Office programs Willingness to adhere to the ethos and Mission and Vision of the St Vincent de Paul Society NSW with the ability and commitment to maintain an ethical, non-judgmental, attitude towards clients. Come and join our team We believe our employees are key to our success and in return we offer Job satisfaction working as part of a team making a difference to people™s lives in an organisation that cares about people. In addition to excellent learning and development programs, as a large purpose driven organisation we provide opportunities to grow your career across a range of teams and services. Supportive, friendly and values driven team environment and culture. Prior to an offer of employment, preferred candidates will be required to complete the pre-employment checks including reference checks, a Police check, Working with Children check, Health Declaration and Entitlement to work in Australia check. The Society is committed to being a Child Safe organisation, further information can be found in the Society™s commitment to Safeguarding Children Young People. If you have questions about this role, please email to Clare Wynne (OLC Program Manager), quoting job number and position title Front of House Client Engagement Officer (OLC) VIN1586. Please click for Information on how to apply. Applications close at 1100 pm on 28 August 2019 Please submit your application attaching your Resume and answer the screening questions below this job ad. St Vincent de Paul Society (NSW) is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to engaging a diverse workforce. The Society strongly encourages applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature aged applicants.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Programs & Administration Assistant - Sydney

    Programs Administration Assistant - Sydney About Canteen We help young people cope with cancer in their family. Through CanTeen, they learn to explore and deal with their feelings about cancer, connect with other young people in the same boat and if they™ve been diagnosed themselves, we provide specialist, youth-specific treatment teams. By feeling understood and supported, young people develop resilience and can rebuild the foundations that crumbled beneath them when cancer turned their life upside down. No matter which role you are in, working for CanTeen is how you can be the difference. Job Summary This role provides administrative support to a busy team of frontline psychosocial support workers, and be part of a team dedicated to ensuring the wellbeing of young people who have faced a cancer diagnosis in their family. Duties will be wide and varied, with basic administrative capabilities required (comfort using varied but basic computer systems) along with a high degree of flexibility and adaptability. This role sits within the Sydney team in CanTeen™s national office which is a vibrant, warm and passionate workplace based in Newtown. Skills and Experience KnowledgeSkills Proficient in computer skills (MS Office) and office equipment (essential) Solid knowledge of general administrative tasks (essential) Experience 1 “ 2 year™s proven experience in a similar position Personal qualities Strong organisational and time management skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills High level of integrity, flexibility motivation Maintain a strict level of confidentiality Happy to be a team-player and also be able to show initiative Results-oriented and can-do attitude Life at CanTeen Working for CanTeen is an inspiring, rewarding and purposeful experience that enables you to be at your best. CanTeen has a passion for all things people, and as well as a range of benefits including 5 weeks of annual leave, an additional 3 days of gifted leave over Christmas, flexible working, tax-effective salary packaging scheme, dog friendly offices and an in-house leadership program, we are continually working on ways to make CanTeen an even better place to work. We have a culture we are proud of, and want to find more people who share our commitment, enthusiasm and passion Closing date info Interested? Apply now Applications will close on the 1st September 2019. For more information on the role please check the CanTeen website at www.canteen.org.auabout-uscareers. Please apply on the CanTeen website at www.canteen.org.auabout-uscareers or email written applications with a covering letter to careerscanteen.org.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration officer? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Accounts Clerk/Admin All-Rounder

    Hoad Fabrics Pty Ltd is a soft furnishings wholesaler and 3PL warehouse located in Arndell Park. We have had a position open up for an accounts clerkadministration all-rounder. We are looking for someone who can start immediately. The candidate will ideally have an eagerness to learn, positive attitude and excellent organisational skills. Attention to detail, ability to multi-task and meet deadlines are mandatory skills required for the position. The role will include but not be limited to - Weekly invoicing. - Allocating incoming payments. - Data entry. - Bank reconciliations. - Processing Difot claims. - Supplier account reconciliations. - Maintaining accounting spreadsheets (e.g. GST and costings). - Support to accounts payableaccounts receivable. - Support to 3PL administration. - Other ad hoc duties. Minimum 2 years accounts experience required. We use Sage 300 ERP and will provide systems training as needed. Experience with spreadsheets required. The hours are full time 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday. It is preferable that you have your own car to travel to and from the office as public transport isnt ideal. Please forward your resume to jobsgummersonfabrics.com.au No recruitment agencies please.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Commercial Administator

    JCDecaux is the number 1 outdoor advertising company in the world, playing a major part in transforming urban landscapes across the globe. As the premium broadcast supplier in Out-of-Home media JCDecaux is the only pure-play Outdoor media owner worldwide, delivering high-quality and innovative advertising solutions. JCDecaux Australia has been offering high quality, architecturally designed street furniture and advertising space in Australia since 1997. Our people are the key to JCDecauxs success, they are highly skilled across a wide range of roles and disciplines, and we invest in their futures. As of 1 November 2018, JCDecaux owns APN Outdoor and will be moving towards a 100 combined entity across the two businesses in early 2019, bringing many exciting opportunities to both staff and clients. THE OPPORTUNITY In the Commercial Administrator role, you will be responsible for supporting the commercial function in all areas of administration necessary for the successful operation of various projects. In this role there is an opportunity for flexible working hours for the right candidate e.g. four days a week, school hours etc. Key Accountabilities Data capture, data base management, scanning, filing and reporting. General administration tasks such as mail, filing, invoice management and dealing with enquiries. Preparation of internal and external reports and presentations. Researching market information or other data as required to support the Commercial Function. Participation in weekly management or Work in Progress (WIP) meetings TO BE SUCCESSFUL You™ll be someone with prior administration experience, great organisational skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks at one time. Demonstrated experience of working within an office environment in an administration function. Excellent MS Office skills. Strong attention to detail. Very organised and enthusiastic to work in a structured, process driven environment. Absolute commitment to high standards of professionalism An ability to work autonomously and collaboratively within in a small team of professionals. WHY WORK FOR US? JCDecaux is a forward-thinking company who truly value their staff. Our strong commitment to positive culture, training and staff retention ensures that staff skills and capabilities are maintained at the highest levels. Working together as a team, we inspire and motivate each other. We act and think like leaders, always seeking opportunities for improvement. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer Allity are committed aged care professionals dedicated to redefining the aged care experience for residents, their families and employees. This is your chance to contribute to, and shape, an organisation that has a very simple, yet powerful mission - making every day the best it can be. A full time role exists for an enthusiastic Administration Officer to join our team to cover our Administrators leave periods and to assist at Homes when required during particularly busy periods. Responsibilities will include working on reception, liaising with residents, resident families and external providers. Data entry, entering payroll data, filing, rostering, recruitment support and assisting the team with ad hoc administrative tasks. The successful applicant will have Exceptional administration skills Excellent communication skills Flexibility, with a can do attitude Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse range of people including the elderly and all levels of staff within the organisation A compassionate and personable manner A knowledge of aged care High proficiency in the use of all Microsoft Office Suites, including Excel knowledge The ability to work autonomously knowledge of Kronos payroll system (Highly Desirable) Aged care experienced preferred This role is a roving role so you will require your own vehicle, we will reimburse you for KMs travelled and we will fly you to any interstate Homes if required. Typically you would be stationed at the same workplace for a minimum of a week at a time. If you are an experienced and passionate Administration Officer, and share our values, we would love to hear from you. Please note Our recruitment process involves the completion of a national police check and you will be required to complete an online Administration Skills Test. Are you ready to make every day the best it can be? APPLY NOW Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator wanted for fashion company.

    This role is full time would be suitable for a self-starter and self-motivated individual who can complete a wide range of tasks related to the business and its finances. Duties of role are but not limited to Perform APAR duties Payroll Office assistant duties Preparation of month end financial reporting Perform account reconciliations Inventory Accounting Assist team with various ad-hoc duties Data Entry will be required Liaise with external accountants Candidate to possess Tertiary accounting Certificate, Diploma or Degree qualification Xero experience desirable Word, Excel and Outlook experience essential Strong technical knowledge of basic accounting principles and cloud software including Xero. Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong attention to detail Be professional and ambitious to grow in your own career We offer a fantastic fun team environment, excellent working conditions and career progression. Please email your cover letter and resume to HRbohdisatori.com.au The application form will include these questions Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years of bookkeeping experience do you have? Do you have reconciliations experience? How many years of accounts payable experience do you have? Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Administrator - Financial Adviser Assistant

    Who we are We are a leading, privately-owned financial advisory firm providing excellent services to our clients nationally from our offices in Sydney. We are known for having a team of highly qualified advisers providing advice across Wealth Creation Investment Strategies, Self-Managed Super, Retirement Planning, Debt Risk Management, Estate Planning, Insurance, Mortgages and Lending as well as Taxation strategies. The Opportunity We are seeking a full time Senior Administrator - Financial Adviser Assistant with strong financial planning and investment product experience to join our company in Sydney CBD. Final salary will be determined based on skills and level of experience. The primary purpose of this position is to provide exceptional client service and technical support to the Senior Financial Adviser by maintaining ongoing client relationships and managing client portfolios. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing support to our Senior Financial Adviser and his clients. This position would be ideal for an enthusiastic, self-starter who is highly organised and takes great pride in their day to day work. Reporting directly to the Senior Financial Adviser, Associate Adviser, Investment Compliance Managers, some of your responsibilities include All administrative processing workflow management Admin team coordination Direct point of contact for fund managers Admin project management Implementation of advice in line with compliance requirements Database maintenance Preparation for client meetings Improvement of systems processes Ongoing client relationship management, including telephone and face-to-face meetings. Be a key point of contact for allocated Clients. Managing client portfolios from 100k to 20m + with a diverse range of investment products. Assist in preparation of advice for clients including Records of Advice, quarterly review reports and Statements of Advice when required. To be successful in this role you must have An Undergraduate Degree in Business or Finance RG146 is preferred Completed Diploma of Financial Planning 1-2+ years experience in a similar financial planning or asset management firm is required Strong knowledge of the financial market and previous exposure to direct shares and managed funds. Good knowledge of the latest industry trends and standards such as taxation, super contributions, pensions, SMSFs, trusts and compliance is also required. Strong analytical skills with MS Office Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills Strong attention to detail Comfortable and confident to work independently Excellent organisational skills workflow management capabilities The ability to multi-task and be able to work well under pressure and meet deadlines Be able to follow processes, learn from others and listen to their instructions Xplan experience is required. This is a rare opportunity for the right candidate to join an experienced and talented team. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator/Coordinator - FMCG

    AdministratorCoordinator - FMCG Flexible working options available Great CBD Location Competitive salary on offer For over 16 years Quantium have combined the best of human and artificial intelligence to power possibilities for individuals, organisations and society. Our solutions make sense of what has happened and what will, could or should be done to re-shape industries and societies around the needs of the people they serve. The Role This is an incredible opportunity for a smart and passionate co-ordinator to join Australia™s leading analytics company. You will be providing administration and coordination support to a driven, passionate and friendly consulting and analytics team at Quantium. We provide cutting edge analytical solutions to hundreds of FMCG supplier clients, many of the brands you may know and love, like Coca Cola, Nestle and Sanitarium. We thrive within Quantium™s unique, fast-paced environment and we also know how to enjoy and celebrate our successes. This role will be based in Quantium™s head office in Sydney CBD. As part of your role, you will Managing contract coordination process from drafting to execution, alongside our consultants, to ensure FMCG clients receive and agree to contracts in a timely manner Supporting the Finance team to raise and issue invoices in a timely manner Liaising with relevant teams within Client companies to ensure invoices are paid on time Relevant client information is delivered to the Product teams to ensure appropriate product access and services is provided Deliver general administration and coordination support to the FMCG business development team Ensure accurate and timely inputs in the time sheet system (Dovico) for consultants and analysts Establish, execute and continuously improve or consolidate administration and system related processes for the FMCGteam About you Previous administration experience ideally supporting a team within a professional services environment An understanding of general finance processes or the ability to quickly pick up new processes and concepts Working experience with Microsoft Excel and Word Have a genuine passion for working within and supporting a collaborative team Strong attention to detail and time management skills You will be a strong communicator, both verbal and written, and comfortable to liaise with both internal and external stakeholder at varying levels Have a natural flair for streamlining and improving administration processes More about Quantium We are passionate about creating opportunities for ourselves and each other. You will have access to relevant, meaningful and actionable learning. No time wasters, no cheese, just the good stuff. We are growing our technical, professional and leadership capabilities through our robust internal learning curriculum, team knowledge-sharing sessions and our mentoring program. We also believe there is more to a successful career than just hard work and recognise the need to balance personal and family commitments with work. We enjoy weekly group fitness sessions, team sports and well-being advice. Youll also enjoy plenty of social events, including company overnight trips, and our world-class offices are fitted out with games and stocked with food and drink all year round. Quantium are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We are a multicultural team of various beliefs, sexual orientations and gender identities. We celebrate our diversity of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status and disability status. When expertly harnessed and strategically applied, data can be transformational. Quantium offers a 15-year track record of innovation in data science. We combine the best of human and artificial intelligence to power possibilities for individuals, organisations and society. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Supprt & Service Coordinator

    Business Supprt Service Coordinator About Work Options Work Options is a provider of workplace rehabilitation and workforce health services. Our purpose is to keep people and businesses safe. Now in our 18th year, Work Options continues to be a strong competitor in the market. At Work Options our core values serve as guideposts for our team when making decisions that affect our business relationships. These values serve as a reminder of who we are, what we believe in and how we treat people. Our core values are a fair balance between hard work spirited fun leverage learn taking care of each other think like a customer integrity matters Benefits Perks We know that work is a two-way relationship and that without our amazing team we could not do what we do so well. So, if you are successful in joining our family, we will support you, train you, treat you with respect and help you grow and achieve your goals. And along the way we will have fun and share some laughs People love working for Work Options you will too Our brand new office in North Sydney is close to the train, bus ferry, several child care centres, gyms and shops. Close to trains, buses ferry, several child care centres, gyms shopping centre Brand new offices in North Sydney About the Role The purpose of the Business Support Service Coordinator role is to take primary responsibility for day-to-day office administration, internal support to the team and assist customers with their needs. This role plays an important part in the long-term retention of customers, improving market position and growth of the business, by helping us to deliver exceptional services. The role sits in our North Sydney team and reports to the Regional Manager for Sydney Southern NSW. The key responsibilities of the role include keep the wheels turning in the office by doing all things administration providing internal support to the team to help them do their jobs efficiently professionally assisting our clients and customers by helping to coordinate their service or support needs Essential Skills Experience If you have the following, please apply Hold the same values as us Min. 1 year experience in same or similar role Exceptional communication written skills Exceptional interpersonal skills Exceptional customer service skills How to Apply click the Apply button to submit resume our interview process involves an initial phone interview, in-person interviews referee checks - please ensure you can provide details for all previous employers in the past 2 yrs The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How would you rate your English language skills? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? How many years experience do you have as an administration support?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Team Assistant - Immediate Start - Financial Services

    Team Assistant - Immediate Start - Financial Services About the Company Boutiques client is a leading Australian Fund Management firm. Located in the prestigious financial core of Sydney™s CBD, the team includes some of the most experience names in the industry with extensive involvement within the Financial Services markets globally. About the Role The successful candidate will support the team, help manage the office and be a key driver of office culture. This is an amazing opportunity for a talented individual to join a well respected fund management in the heart of Sydney CBD. Key Responsibilities Arrange travel bookings and maintain travel records for the team Diary management for meeting rooms and team Organise team events and off-sites (including team socials, strategy days, birthdays) Answer and distribute all incoming calls Processing expenses Reception cover when required Maintain office, meeting rooms and kitchen (including purchase of supplies) Organise mailcouriers Organise ad hoc repairs and maintenance Assisting with internal processes including new starters, annual leave and expense reimbursements Assist Executive Assistant and Managing Director with ad hoc requirements About You High level administrative experience gained in an executive office environment Confident, high level interpersonal and communication skills Strong organisation skills, including effective time management Ability to work with internal and external stakeholder of various levels How to Apply Apply today or contact Chloe on (02) 8098 0985 for a confidential discussion For the most up to date roles and recruitment information please add us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comboutiqueconsult or follow us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanyboutique-the-consultancy Chloe 02 8098 0985 Level 6, 84 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000, Australia boutiqueconsult.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Junior Admin Assistant

    Junior Admin Assistant Immediate Start for the Right Candidate Fun Supportive Team Environment Close to Public Transport, Shops Food Facilities Metro Solutions has been in operation for over 17 years, and we pride ourselves on providing our clients candidates with a level of service you would expect from any large and professional organisation but with a personal touch. We service various industries including Warehousing Distribution, Transport, Manufacturing and Production, Administration, Accounts Hospitality. We are currently looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic Junior Admin Assistant to join our operations team. This is a fantastic opportunity that will find you working within a dynamic industry and developing your career within recruitment. Your responsibilities will include but not limited to Reception duties High volume incoming calls Rostering Client Liaison - via email and phone General administration Screening resumes booking interviews Conduct reference checks on all candidates and processing DIMA checks The ideal candidate must have the following qualities and experience Experience working in a fast paced environment Intermediate MS Excel Previous recruitment industry experience an advantage Strong attention to detail Exceptional time management skills Excellent customer service Able to work independently in a team environment. Metro offers a fun positive team environment where hard work is rewarded. If you are interested in this role, please forward a copy of your resume by hitting the APPLY button. Please note due to the high volume of applications, only successful candidates will be contacted Metro On Hire Pty Ltd Ph 02 8767 2633 Fax 02 9648 1858 www.metrosolutions.com.au infometrosolutions.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • APS4 Income Support Officer - Payments and Debt Management

    Location Sydney NSW Contact Officer Tim Hollingsworth on 02 9213 7087 The role of the Income Support Processing Branch (ISPB) is to provide a quality and timely service to eligible veterans and their families to ensure an appropriate level of income support. We are committed to delivering the Australian Governments social policy and support agenda for the veteran community and their families. This is done through the administration of various means tested benefits and allowances for eligible veterans and their dependants. The successful candidates will be involved in a wide range of processing and administrative tasks to support the work of the IS Payments and Debt Management section. This section is responsible for the administration of IS payments to ensure they are compliant with financial regulations as well as the investigation and recovery of overpaid IS payments and entitlements. Income Support is seeking a person at the APS4 level who will undertake the more involved case and administrative work, and who can successfully meet set timeliness and quality targets. IS Officers also assist members of the veteran community by answering income support and debt management related enquiries via the telephone, face to face and electronic access channels. Eligibility Applicants must be an Australian citizen to apply. Notes An order of merit will be established that may be used to fill similar positions within the next 12 months. DVA embraces and fosters a culture that supports diversity, inclusion and respect, where people are empowered to fulfil their potential. We welcome people with diverse skills, experiences, perspectives and backgrounds, and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people that identify as LGBTIQ+, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy. Under the RecruitAbility scheme you will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy if you choose to apply under the scheme declare you have a disability and meet the minimum requirements for the job. For more information see httpwww.apsc.gov.auprioritiesdisabilityrecruitability.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Client Services Officer/Financial Planner Assistant

    The Company This organisation is a highly regarded wealth management firm which takes pride in offering an outstanding workplace environment with well-respected, like-minded professionals and provide holistic advice to a range of clients. The Role You will be responsible for supporting Senior Advisers within all areas of administration. Your role will be to ensure that clients individual objectives, financial situation and needs are met to a high-quality standard by managing and collecting correct client information, assisting adviser in client meetings and liaise with the paraplanning team. Duties and Responsibilities Provide high quality of administration and support to a Senior Adviser Ensure to collate correct client information for the paraplanners Follow up actions from client appointments and follow through requests to clients for information Arranging appointments for Adviser with existing clients Provide sound support with knowledge and experience in financial planning Be dedicated to the role and view this administration role as a long term career Skills and Experience required At least 2 years of Admin experience within the financial services industry RG 146 preferred but not essential Polished presentation Financial Planning software COIN experience desirable Have experience in the use of Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel. Excellent communication both written and verbal. In addition, the successful candidate will display excellent attention to detail, an ability to work effectively with clients, time management and a willingness to take ownership of your work. Salary Package will be negotiated with the right candidate and will be dependent on previous experience and initiative taken in the role. To express your interest in this opportunity, please forward your resume to karen.wardhillross.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Practice Support and Person Centered Officer

    Practice Support and Person Centered Officer Purpose of Role The Practice Support Development Officer is responsible for providing support to general practice and allied health practices across the Central and Eastern Sydney PHN (CESPHN) region in the areas of accreditation, practice management, and workforce support. Reporting to the Practice Support and Development Team Leader, this role will work towards the provision of professional, efficient and effective health service delivery to improve overall quality of care. Key Responsibilities Provide accreditation support to general practices according to the RACGP 5th edition Standards via face to face, phone, email. Provide information and orientation to general practice staff including GPs, GP Registrars and Practice Nurses Provide support to general practice on Practice Incentive Program (PIPs), Service Incentive Program (SIPs), MBS items and Chronic Disease Management (CDM) items Provide support to general practices on PIP QI “ application, meeting the criteria (including support with IMIT tools such as PenCat or Polar), developing quality improvement activities Assist in organising education workshops with a general practice management perspective such as infection control, workplace health and safety, triage, and cultural awareness. Provide information to newly opened practices and identify and address needs regarding retiring GPs, closing or amalgamating practices Collaborate with GP training providers and universities to support GP registrars, medical students, and nursing graduates to further their skills within the primary care setting Undertake administrative tasks such as production and distribution of correspondence, reports and or presentations relating to the program areas Ensure timely input of all required detail into CESPHN™s client relationship management data base Attend and minute relevant internal and external Committee meetings as directed, documenting decisions Monitor and report on program activities and outcomes, highlighting identified areas for improvement and key trends and implement evaluation plans as directed Contribute to the development and maintenance of program protocols and undertake quality management practices in accordance with best practice and appropriate accreditation standards Remain abreast of relevant industry or legislative changes, and utilise expert knowledge in emerging trends to provide advice Ensure consumers™ rights are protected adhering to legislative and regulatory compliance related to privacy and confidentiality at all times Seek opportunities to work collectively with internal staff to improve project and practice outcomes within the primary care setting Participate in team meetings, collaborative planning activities and quality assurance activities and Develop and maintain effective working relationships with senior managers, planning and operational and other stakeholders including RACGP, APNA, AAPM, LHDs, LHNs and NGOs Person Centred Medical Neighbourhood (PCMN) Program support Support the Team Leader, Practice Support and Development to facilitate the PCMN program Undertake activities outlined in the approved activity workplan andor person-centred care documentation and facilitate the program output, specifications and relevant resources. Liaise with health professionals, the community, service providers and other relevant stakeholders to provide input into the program. Work with CESPHN teams (e.g. Practice Support Team, Digital and QI Team, Immunisation) to integrate the PCMN framework into the practice support model. Provide support and direction to practices facilitating a PCMN model based on Boehm 10 building blocks. Perform other duties commensurate with skills and experience as require. Details of relationships relevant to this role Internal Stakeholders This position works across the whole the whole organisation External Stakeholders General practices and their staff (Nurses, managers, practice staff) SESLHD and SLHD public health units NCIRS AAPM APNA GP Synergy Universities NPS MedicineWise Selection Criteria - Essential Tertiary qualifications in a health or science field andor experience in a relevant heath andor practice management field. Significant experience in delivering programs or services in an efficient, timely manner and within budget guidelines. Strong organisational skills and the ability to work under pressure and achieve outcomes in complex and challenging environments. Proven high level written, verbal and electronic communication skills. Excellent ability to effectively engage a wide range of stakeholders including the Local Health Districts, non-government organisations, community organisations, universities, clinicians, and the community. Comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office based computing applications, e.g. Excel, Word, Database, SharePoint etc. Possession of a current NSW driver™s licence and access to own vehicle. Selection Criteria - Desirable Current and demonstrated knowledge of health facilities within the CESPHN area and community programs and services relating to the primary health care environment. Digital Health experience in one of the following Data Quality Improvement Secure Messaging Delivery, My Health Record. Core Competencies Managing Change The ability to demonstrate support for organisational change necessary to improve effectiveness and efficiency as well as proactively helping others to successfully navigate through organisational change. Customer Orientation The ability to demonstrate strong customer focused support and stakeholder engagement in all business-related activities. Analytical Thinking The ability to clearly analyse a situation and seek out relevant information needed to address issues using a logical, systematic and sequential approach. Verbal and Written Communication The ability to communicate appropriately and proficiently across varying audiences and contexts, with demonstrated experience in preparing high-level reports, correspondence and briefings.¯¯ Teamwork The ability to contribute and work collaboratively as part of a high performing team. Initiative The ability to identify or pre-empt what needs to be done and take appropriate action before being asked or before the situation requires it. Influencing Others The ability to confidently negotiate with internal and external stakeholders to influence decision making and achieve desired outcomes. To apply, please submit Resume A separate document addressing each of the selection criteria below, providing specific examples. (Note ONLY applications addressing the criteria will be considered) Selection Criteria Can you tell us your about experience in delivering projects in an efficient, timely manner and within budget guidelines. What are the key challenges you have had to address in managing these projects? A key aspect of this role will be stakeholder management. Can you outline your experience in stakeholder management and indicate how you have been successful in getting strong stakeholder commitment to the projects you have managed? A maximum of 300 words per question is required. For more information contact Jan Sadler on 02 9304 8626 or email at j.sadlercesphn.com.au To submit an application, please email to recruitmentcesphn.com.au Closing date 15 September 2019 CESPHN is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administration

    Looking for an administration assistant to assist in a growing team in the Strata Management Company and Legal Company located in Cabramatta NSW 2166. The role is to assist the team in everyday office duties. No experience is required as training will be provided. Flexible hours can be negotiated to suit your needs.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    Payroll Officer Who are we? The Toll Group is the Asian regions leading provider of integrated logistics services, generating annual revenue of AU8.3 billion and employing over 40,000 people across an extensive network of 1,200 sites throughout more than 50 countries across the world. We™re committed to providing a safe, diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value integrity, trust, teamwork and being open and transparent. Tolls first class collection of and access to transport and infrastructure assets, including road fleets, air and marine capacity, warehousing, ports and railways, allow us to achieve worlds best practice in supply chain management. Due to growth we have an opportunity for an up and coming payroll officer to join our vibrant payroll team based in Olympic Park. You will be responsible for processing national payroll in an accurate and timely manner. Key responsibilities include Setting up new payees and maintaining employee master data including deductions, superannuation, bank details Processing weekly Payroll using FastTrack 360 including adjustments for Labour Hire employees Processing workers compensation and superannuation payments Calculating payroll tax Interpretation of Award and enterprise agreement Assist in gathering information for any reporting and auditing requirements Responding to employees and employer enquiries related to payroll To be considered for this role Intermediate Advanced Microsoft Excel skills is essential Previous payroll experience preferred Previous experience using Fast track is highly regarded Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong numerical and literacy skills The ability to work in a team environment High attention to detail and accuracy Highly organised with good time management skills Intermediate to advanced skills with Excel Why work at Toll Group? We™re committed to providing a safe, diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value integrity, trust, teamwork and being open and transparent. We believe that people perform best when they are empowered, accountable and recognised and we™re passionately committed to supporting our people in their career aspirations. Due to the volume of applications we receive, only shortlisted applicants who meet with requested criteria will be contacted. Please Note We will not accept unsolicited CVs from recruitment agencies 3rd parties and we will not be liable or responsible for any fees or costs associated with unsolicited CVs sent directly to line managers. Email Please click the Apply Now button below. Toll will require all successful candidates to undertake a criminal history check, pre-employment medical and drug alcohol testing. Toll is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we encourage men and women of all ages and Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Administrator

    Business Administrator Excel in fast-paced, dynamic work environment Passionate, Innovative Results Driven Global IT company ASUS, a technology-oriented company blessed with one of the worlds top RD teams, is renowned for high-quality products and cutting-edge innovation. As a leading company in the new digital era, ASUS offers a complete product portfolio to compete in the new millennium. We are now seeking a diligent well organised Business Administrator to join our team in Macquarie Park office. Reporting to the Business Administration Manager - SYS, your duties will include but not limited to Coordination with internal personnel external parties to follow up budget application credit claims processing. Collecting, compiling data and maintaining and updating reports on internal database website. Liaising with all related parties regarding to payments, ChannelSales plan of record, Vendor funding reimbursement, product marketing promotion plans and other back-end supporting duties on regular basis. Providing general administrative assistance to all facets of product management business administration team. Other back-end supporting duties and general product administrative tasks as directed from management from time to time. To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and experience Local experience in Accounting Admin with IT product marketing background will be highly regarded. Superb analytical and numerical skills with excellent strategic thinking capability. Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite with sound communication skills. Good time management skills, attention to detail and ability to meet strict deadlines. Ability to work well under pressure, self-motivated, innovative and keen to learn. Australian citizen or permanent resident with unlimited working rights within Australia, no overseas applicants. An attractive package will be offered for the most suitable candidate and high performance will be rewarded accordingly. To apply for this position please send through your resume. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. www.asus.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Person

    Our Company is Located in the Tuggerah Business Park, Central Coast NSW. We are an Australian Manufacturer of Industrial Portable Lighting that supplies the Australian and overseas Market. We work in comfortable people orientated environment that appreciates and promotes strong work ethic and contribution to improve business and our processes. The role has a variety of responsibilities and would be suitable for someone with High attention to detail, excellent multi-tasking skills and can work well under pressure. The successful applicant must meet the following criteria. Knowledge of all aspects of MYOB would be highly regarded but not essential. Excellent knowledge of Microsoft applications. Proven experience in accounts, administration and data entry. Strong work ethic and attitude. Strong communication skills via phone and email. Experience and confidence to handle a workload high in volume. To be able to work 900am to 500pm Monday to Friday Ready to start immediately. Experience and confidence to handle a workload high in volume. To apply please email glennexinlight.com

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Senior Administrator

    Senior Administrator Are you a skilled administrator and team player? Want to make full use of your professional expertise? Keen to help make a difference in people™s lives with this outstanding organisation? Highly motivated and love taking ownership for your own work? Does this sound like you? If you are a highly skilled administrator and would love to work for an organisation with a great reputation “ apply now This senior administrative receptionist position covers a wide range of functions. You™ll have every opportunity to utilise your expertise and develop your skills. You™ll be responsible and accountable for your own workflow and expected to exercise judgement and initiative. You™ll actively contribute to team planning and meetings and coordinate projects with other team members. You™ll also be expected to resolve day-to-day service delivery queries and issues, such as greeting clients, scheduling appointments, processing invoice requisitions and bills, processing card payments and purchase orders, banking, facilities management, contribute to events coordination and WHS. Your administrative proficiency will keep the team™s day-to-day operations running smoothly. As well as excelling in both verbal and written communications, you will be great at building and maintaining relationships at all levels, and confident in assisting team members with issues such as problem-solving. The role is located in Kingswood and is a full-time position. The therapy team comprises of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, exercise physiologists, early childhood educators, physiotherapists and psychologist. Our therapy services are based around a client and family-centred philosophy, in which all team members, including our administrators, collaborate to work towards achieving the goals identified by clients and their families. The successful candidate will possess strong professional and ethical values that align with this philosophy. Who are we? At Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) we pride ourselves on our high-quality family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Our priority is to support people living with cerebral palsy to lead an independent and inclusive life. Our employees continually rate us as one of the best employers in Australia. They recognise and appreciate that our organisation is driven by its values “ integrity, passion, excellence, courage and respect. What do we offer? a competitive salary and benefits package (including salary packaging options) every opportunity to apply your experience and expertise to benefit your team the chance to continuously develop your skills every opportunity to progress your career every opportunity to contribute your ideas for improving quality and service delivery, and to get involved in decision-making interesting, varied and rewarding work. What will you bring to the role? intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) intermediate skills in PowerPoint and Access ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines a flexible and collaborative approach to work a good understanding of the rights of people with a disability commitment to the rights of people with disability the ability to work independently and as part of a team current driver™s licence Working with Children Check, or willingness to obtain prior to joining How to apply As part of the application process, you will need to respond to the full selection criteria and upload your resume. Apply now to complete your application. Note this role is a level 4 within the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Corporate Support role family. Enquiries Ronda SHEHATA Ph 0418175970 Applications Close 29082019 Ronda SHEHATA 0418175970

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Expressions of Interest - Corporate Diversity Partnerships

    Expressions of Interest - Corporate Diversity Partnerships Multiple opportunities Melbourne CBD, VIC and Sydney CBD, NSW locations About the organisation Jesuit Social Services is a social change organisation working to build a just society where all people can live to their full potential. Since 1977, we™ve provided services in some of the most disadvantaged in our community. We place a high priority on advocacy and are a leader in policy development and research. About the program Corporate Diversity Partnerships Seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified individuals who are marginalised, or at risk of marginalisation from their field of qualification. What the Program offers Currently seeking expressions of interest for the African Australian Inclusion Program, delivered in partnership between Jesuit Social Services and NAB. Through this program, individuals can undertake paid work experience in their chosen profession immerse themselves in Australian workplace culture and build powerful, professional networks receive mentoring and on-going support in their day-to-day role receive training prior to role commencement About the role Seeking expressions of interest for range of roles including finance, analysts, support and administration, project management, technology, and customer facing roles. Please submit your expression of interest in confidence. How to apply To find out more information and how to apply please visit httpsjss.org.auwhat-we-doeducation-training-and-employmentcorporate-diversity-partnerships Applications close at midnight on Sunday 18 August 2019. Jesuit Social Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing a family friendly working environment. We embrace and value diversity in our workforce and all people for their unique identity.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Our company is a well-known and highly respected civil construction company specialising in all aspects of civil construction including roads, concrete, drainage, kerb and gutter and other associated works. We have been experiencing rapid growth over the last 12 months and are now looking to expand our close knit team with an Administration Assistant position based in our Blacktown office, and that could be you. Key Responsibilities include Account payable processing Sorting and processing mail and other dockets and associated filing Answering phones and emails Other general administration duties Other general office duties Ideally you will have worked in a small office environment before. You will also Have 2 or more years working in a similar role Have the ability to commit to 24 hours a week part time over 4 days (negotiable) Be a team player whilst being able to work independently Strive for continuous improvement in your role Have excellent customer service, computer and time management skills Be a great communicator Be keen on detail Be reliable, positive and have a great attitude We are offering a fun environment with flexible hours to suit your needs and the opportunity to make a big difference to our team. If you are looking for a supportive, family friendly and encouraging workplace then this could be the role for you. Please send your application including cover letter to admindevcon.net.au All applications will be held in strict confidence. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration officer? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator / Accounts Assistant

    Overview If you have excellent communication skills and are very well-organised, this is the role for you. We are seeking a motivated office administrator to join our friendly, hardworking team. This is the perfect role for an admin professional who likes variety and enjoys the autonomy to own the role and add finesse to the position. The Role Managing phone calls and emails Provide general support to the management team General administration duties and workload sharing such as mail, typing, meeting minutes, electronic filing, formatting reports, collating documentsdrawings, updating internal database Attend to enquiries from staff as required Diary Management Processing expenses Maintain a clean and tidy office environment Key Requirements At least 2 years™ experience in a similar position Previous bookkeeping experience using Xero Excellent IT skills in MS Office 365, Outlook, MS SharePoint Team player Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent organisation skills, with an eye for detail Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines Strong understanding of the importance of confidentiality and professionalism The Company Code Consulting Group is a multidisciplinary consulting firm that specialises in the built environment. We draw on our expertise in building codes legislation, fire engineering, accessibility and environmental sustainability to support clients at every stage of their building project. If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, apply today by sending your CV and cover letter. For more information please contact Katie Jones at admincode.consulting Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an office administrator? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Laboratory Administration, Customer Service & Data Entry

    Laboratory Administration, Customer Service Data Entry About Us Southern Sun Pathology is dedicated to the accurate and timely diagnosis of skin cancer. Our pathology laboratory is the largest dedicated Dermatopathology practice in Australia, based in Thornleigh. About the Role We are looking for switched-on, highly organised and energetic Laboratory Administrators to join our team. We are happy to receive expressions of interest. Duties of the role include Unpacking and registering (data entry) specimens, Answering calls, when required Monitoring and chasing urgent and overdue cases, Providing customer service to our referring doctors, Filing, archiving and mail-outs Scanning and sending files to typists, Monitoring shared inboxes Processing payments and billing Working with laboratory staff and assisting pathologists Other administrative duties as required by the laboratory team. About You Highly organised and excellent ability to prioritise, with a can-do attitude Experience in data entry andor typing preferred but not essential Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills Experience in an administration, customer service or reception teams highly preferred Intermediate to advance skills MS office software packages Excellent attention to detail Strong verbal and written communication skills Knowledge of medical terminology would be ideal A competitive hourly rate can be discussed. If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your CV and covering letter by clicking the Apply button. Please ring 0411 246 234 if you have any questions. www.sundoctors.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Whats your expected hourly rate?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    The Company Tennant Company is a recognized Global Leader of the cleaning industry. Since 1870 we have been passionate about developing innovative and sustainable cleaning solutions that help our customers clean more spaces more effectively, addressing indoor and outdoor cleaning challenges. Our products include equipment for maintaining surfaces in industrial, commercial and outdoor environments. Our Head Office is located in Western Sydney with branches in Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and NZ Our Culture We have a purposeful culture built on a strong foundation of shared principles and stewardship a set of beliefs and values that describe how we act and do things at Tennant. We value support our people and therefore we™re committed to hiring, developing and retaining only the best in the business The role This is an exciting opportunity for a strong Administrator with a passion for HR WHS practices, who is happy to play a support role to the HR Manager and provide a range of administrative support across all areas of Human Resources WHS. Our HR team of 2, supports 100 employees operating across Australia NZ and are typically covered by the manufacturing, sales, warehouse clerical awards, providing excellent exposure. Duties include Acting as the first point of contact for employee matters and forwarding enquires where appropriate Facilitating recruitment and selection processes Drafting up employment contracts job descriptions Coordination of pre medicals Coordinating onboarding processes Assist in policy procedure development Facilitating RTW program Supporting performance appraisals performance management Uniform management Management of HR WHS Administration Liaise with external parties (workcover, insurance medical practitioners) HR Business support About you Strong foundation in both Administration HR functions Highly organized and able to meet deadlines Highly motivated and strong attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong in Microsoft office applications Prior experience with Safe WorkWHS beneficial Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships High level of professionalism and demonstrated ability to handle confidential information accordingly with maturity, flexibility discretion Satisfied playing a support role Benefits Flexible working arrangements for the right candidate Join a growing Global organization Fast paced and busy environment Supportive Manager who enjoys coaching mentoring Modern Office Onsite parking Positive working culture Monthly BBQ Monthly recognition awards Onsite Bootcamp training If this sounds like you, don™t miss this great opportunity to join a leading, global company. When you join Tennant Company, you™ll become part of one team and not just be another number. We are an equal opportunity employer and take pride in our employees who want to be part of our long term vision and goals. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a human resources administrator? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Admin Support Officer

    Since 2000, M+G Consulting has provided excellent structural engineering services throughout Australia and some international countries. We pride ourselves on providing exception engineering advice and maintaining a close-knit, friendly professional environment. About the Role We have an exciting opportunity for someone to be a part of our Administration team. Working on a permanent basis and would suit someone returning to work with flexible hours. You will join our team as an Administration Assistant and support the office day-to-day activities. You are the face of our company “ answering the phone to a new potential client for the first time, responding to long established clientele and ensuring all front of house activities are progressing smoothly “ we hold this person in high esteem. Your duties will include but not be limited to Answer phones and respond to emails General administrative duties Liaise with clients Arrange and manage company events Manage company systems MYOB knowledge would be beneficial but not vital About You You can work autonomously and independently and have an outgoing and fun nature. You should possess most of the following skills to be considered Be proficient in the Microsoft Office Have exceptional customer service skills with a friendly phone and email manner Be adaptable to change as we are a growing business Want to grow and develop as a person Have a good understanding of technology Come up with new, great ideas Full Australian working rights How to Apply We are a fun, progressive and contemporary business that is has a well-established team which loves a good laugh. To take the next step in your career with us, simply ˜Apply for this job™ via SEEK and attach a copy of your cover letter and resume.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Junior all rounder - legal office

    We are a very busy legal firm in the heart of the Norwest Business Park. We are looking for a bright and enthusiastic person to assist staff with overflow of Administration and Reception work, someone who is able to tackle any task given to them. Duties will include, answering incoming callsemails, photocopying, ordering of stationery, opening up files, filing, picking updelivering mail, some general office cleaning etc. Immediate start is preferred. This successful candidate will be on a 3 month probation period and if successful, will be on a permanent part-time basis with potential to move to a full-time secretarial position. Further information about the job will be discussed at the interview. Please send your CV to annanorwestlawyers.com The application form will include these questions Do you have experience in an administration role? Do you have experience in a data entry role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Claims Administrator

    At AIA Australia and New Zealand, our purpose is to make a difference in people™s lives through our customer value proposition centred on Life, Health and Wellness. Our vision is to champion Australia and New Zealand to be the healthiest and most protected nations in the world. Our firm belief is that by following our operating philosophy of doing the right thing, in the right way with the right people, the results will come. AIA Careers We currently have an exciting opportunity to build on your experience and career with AIA Australia as a Claims Administrator. Reporting to the Team Leader, this role will provide end to end administrative support for the Group Claims department. You will provide administrative support to corporate and master trust clients by assisting assessors in gathering information, data entry, notifying trustees of decisions as well as responding to claimants and clients online inquiries. This role will suit a career driven individual who is looking to take the next step in their insurance career. You will have an enthusiastic customer service style with solid administration experience, across the insurance industry is highly regarded. Your high attention to detail along with strong organisational and systems knowledge will see you excel in this role. Healthier, Longer, Better Lives At AIA Australia and New Zealand, wellbeing is at our core. We understand that healthy employees are happy employees. That™s why we have a culture of care that promotes wellbeing and flexibility including fruit box deliveries, recharge days, flexible work arrangements and an AIA Vitality membership (including a FitBit). We focus on career development, people development and leadership capability, so that you™ll be nurtured and have every opportunity to reach your full potential. We recognise your efforts and hard work because we understand that everyone in our AIA family is important. When people feel valued, they become more productive and satisfied, and we want you to feel inspired every day. We™re an equal opportunity employer that embraces and values diversity and inclusion in our workforce. For more information please contact Emily.vegasaia.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Team Assistant

    Would you like to work in a friendly environment with highly creative and inspirational people? Would you like to see your ideas valued and actioned? Do you enjoy a varied role? We are a boutique management consulting firm, who is looking for a dynamic member to join us in our Waverton office. You will have a warm personality, with a high attention to detail and can-do attitude, who is able to support our Principals and work with the team. You will be in most cases the first point of contact, and work on varied projects such as social media management, calendar management and appointment scheduling, troubleshooting IT, document layout and preparation, editing and proofreading. This role is quite varied and would suit a person with experience as a PA or in an area of salesmarketing support, who has a high attention to detail, confident over the phone, is interested in social media, enjoys being creative with documents and presentations, and is tech savvy. Duties include Personal assistant to the Principles Admin support to the team Appointment making and calendar management Answering phone calls and emails Managing and updating the CRM system Preparing documents, PowerPoint and pdfs Liaising with clients Monitoring and updating social media platforms Problem solving IT issues Experience and attributes Admin background “ at least 5 years Strong client service focus Excellent MS office skills “ Outlook, Word, OneNote, Excel and PowerPoint Experience using Adobe Acrobat Experience with a CRM - Salesforce an advantage Excellent time management and organisational skills Someone who uses initiative and ˜happy to do what it takes™ to get things done Excellent communication skills “ telephone and written Punctual and courteous Willing to learn new things Ability to work in a team environment and assist multiple members Must be a permanent resident of Australia This position is a full-time role and remuneration will be based on experience. If this ticks all your boxes, then please submit your application, including a cover letter and CV for review. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Support Officer

    Administration Support Officer Based in St Leonards next to train and transport hub Leading ASX listed company 6 month maximum term contract This is a great opportunity for someone with minimal office experience to further develop their skills and experience, working in our accounts team on a project. The Company Primary Health Care Limited is one of Australia™s largest listed healthcare organisations employing over 11,000 staff. We operate Medical Centres throughout Australia and have Pathology, Imaging and Technology divisions. The success of our businesses enables us to continually innovate and grow. The Medical Centres Division develop and operate modern, large scale multi-disciplinary medical centres. Each centre integrates the practices of GP™s, Nurses, Dentistry, Physiotherapy and Specialists. We provide high quality healthcare which is affordable and accessible with 71 Centres 57 Dental centres across Australia. The Role We require a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our Accounts Receivable (AR) Team based at Leichhardt office . You will be assisting and supporting the AR team with various clerical duties in support of business operations. This is a great opportunity for someone with minimal experience to attain more experience in an office environment. No previous experience is required and full training will be provided. Duties will include Collating data Printing data Emailing data and submitting to HCP Completing forms and submitting Adhoc task Undertake various clerical duties including data entry in support of business operations Supporting the Accounts team with ad hoc tasks. Identify opportunities for improved operation to drive efficiencies (process and cost) and make recommendations to the Manager for consideration. The Rewards Good opportunities for growth and development On the job training will be provided Well established and friendly team Help make a difference in the Medical Industry You will possess Administration experience would be ideal A warm, friendly and professional manner Great customer service focus Basic data entry skills, Microsoft word and Excel A quick learner who can use their initiative A reliable, punctual, hardworking and helpful approach Strong attention to detail If you feel you have skills and experience to perform in this role, then click on Apply for this job or alternatively email your CV to applyhealius.com.au Join us in our mission to seek and sustain life-enhancing healthcare, delivered by people who care. www.healius.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Pharmacy Administration Technician

    PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION TECHNICIAN Unique professional development opportunities Receive structured training to gain a new set of skills Join a dynamic and supportive work environment About the role An existing full-time permanent opportunity is available to work Monday-Friday. Join our office based in Mount Kuring-gai where we provide a remote pharmacy service to oncology patients across NSW. With the support and training from our collaborative and friendly team, you will have the chance to make a difference by delivering quality administrative pharmacy services for the care and benefit of patients. Key responsibilities Dispense and reconcile prescriptions Manage scripts and duplicates Maintain physical prescription files attached to our clinics Print, update, file and archive confidential documents Generate various reports through FRED Liaise with employees and hospital staff associated with our clinics Data entry Assist with other ad-hoc administrative duties Skills experience Previous administration or pharmacy experience Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills High attention to detail Effective written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills A desire to learn and develop your skills Benefits No weekend shifts Unique professional development opportunities across all disciplines A leadership team who reward hard work and provide structured training Paid parental leave Dynamic and supportive work environment About Slade Pharmacy Established over 50 years ago, Slade is a progressive and well-respected leader in the pharmacy industry. We integrate hospital, community and compounding pharmacy services to hospitals across 6 states and territories, and we are proud to provide the expertise hospitals rely on. Part of something bigger We are part of Icon Group, Australia™s largest and fastest growing integrated cancer care provider with an emerging presence in New Zealand, Singapore and China. Therefore, we follow and live by the same values of Innovation, Connecting, On-Purpose, Energy and Nurture. How to Apply If this sound like the role for you, please apply now and attach your resume and cover letter to your application. We want to make sure all applicants are considered equally and fairly, so the recruitment process will take a few weeks.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant (Permanent Part-time, 22.8 hrswk) Wenona values professional services staff who demonstrate a positive and proactive approach to their work and have a willingness to participate fully in the life of the School. We look for enthusiastic, dedicated and capable staff who demonstrate initiative, good humour, and professional behaviour and support the values and aims of the School as a global learning community. Overview of the role This position has primary responsibility for ensuring that the day to day operations and strategic goals of the School are being met. It achieves this by for providing a broad range of administrative support to meet the needs of the Foundation Community Engagement Office. The role is varied and busy, requiring the ability to multi-task, prioritise responsibilities, and coordinate a range of different customer centric activities and events, plus cleanliness of the database. The role requires excellent organisational and teamwork skills, strong Microsoft Office skills, attention to detail, and the ability to liaise professionally with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders. The position presents an important impression of the School and the values that it represents. Professionalism, confidence, presentation and a calm, positive attitude under pressure must be maintained as well as the ability to maintain high levels of discretion and confidentiality in all circumstances. The position also contributes to the maintenance of a positive internal culture where service, integrity, kindness and humour are valued. Key priorities Indications that this job is being done successfully would include Fostering credibility of self and function with the Wenona Foundation, Wenona Alumnae Inc. (Alumnae) and the Wenona Parents™ Association (WPA), to support philanthropic engagement initiatives. Consistently dealing promptly and in an effective, friendly, sensitive and professional manner with all internal and external contacts whether by phone, email, face to face, or other forms of communication. This will include the coordination of meetings. Working with the events team other stakeholders to ensure that all Foundation and Community Engagement events are delivered to time, budget, attendance and agreed quality standards. Supporting content generation for mailshots other collateral, including thank you letters, then ensuring that approved content is distributed on time. This will also require ongoing maintenance of the database™s data cleanliness. Supporting the acquisition of new Foundation members through conducting research, identifying opportunities generating reports. Updating and maintaining Foundation and Community Engagement information on the School™s database, intranet and website. Providing administrative and operational assistance, when required, across the School to meet functional requirements and uphold the reputation of Wenona. Maintaining an awareness of contemporary practices in areas relevant to this position and critically assessing processes and activities, identifying opportunities for improvement in service, efficiency and effectiveness and implementing as appropriate. Education and Experience Strong administration background within a customer centric environment. High level of computer literacy and proficiency, including ability to produce complex MS Word documents (mail merge, table of contents), presentations in PowerPoint, reports in Excel skills and Outlook email and calendar management. Experienced using a data management system (Synergetic or similar), customer relationship system and portalweb maintenance. Qualifications in Business Administration or similar are highly desirable. Valid paid NSW Working with Children Check. Personal Attributes Strong organisational abilities, with an exceptional attention to detail, multi-tasking, prioritisation time management skills. Patience and a good sense of humour when dealing with people, while ensuring high levels of professional and courteous behaviour at all times. Self-starter, with the ability to work effectively in a team environment and sometimes with limited supervision. Excellent phone manner, with demonstrated experience building relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Ability to cope calmly and capably with time pressures plus a competing and varied workload. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills with a high level of accuracy. High respect for tact, discretion and confidentiality at all levels of contact with community and staff. A sense of humour. General conditions of the role Award Independent Schools NSW (Support and Operational Staff) Multi Enterprise Agreement 2017 Classification Clerical Officer, level 2 Hours of work Permanent, Part Time, Monday to Friday (3 days or 22.8 hours). Daily hours will generally be between 8.00am “ 4.00pm. Application process Please see more information and application form at httpswww.wenona.nsw.edu.aueducatorsjoin-wenona?ghjid=1820375 Should you not be able to access this site, applicants should apply below, sending full curriculum vitae, a cover letter, addressing the selection criteria, copies of qualifications and names of two referees. Please direct any questions or enquiries to Ms Michaela Malicki on (02) 9955 3000. Wenona School is a child safe environment. Our School actively promotes the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all School staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm, in accordance with their legal and ethical obligations including child safe standards. Wenona™s Code of Conduct is available on our website. The successful applicant for this position will be required to provide the school with a current Working with Children Check. (httpwww.kids.nsw.gov.auWorking-with-childrenNew-Working-With-Children-CheckNew-Working-with-Children-Check). Closing date 12pm, Tuesday 27 August 2019. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Finance Compliance & Risk Officer (0.6FTE)

    About the NSW Architects Registration Board The NSW Architects Registration Board administers the Architects Act 2003, the legislation regulating architects in NSW. The Boards role is to Protect consumers of architectural services by ensuring that architects provide services to the public in a professional and competent manner Discipline architects who have acted unprofessionally or incompetently Accredit architectural qualifications for the purpose of registration Inform the public about the qualifications and competence of individuals or organisations holding themselves out as architects and Promote a better understanding of architectural issues in the community. For more information visit www.architects.nsw.gov.au. About the role In this role you will Manage the Boards financial processes, payables and receivables, and day-to-day cash-flow Provide oversight of payroll and HR entitlements (including annual leave and long service leave provisions) Provide all financial accounting and reconciliation functions, including revaluations of plant and equipment and maintaining asset contract and PCard registers Assist in the budgeting process, review management assumptions and estimates, and provide financial updates and snapshots as requested Prepare all financial reporting to the Board, Audit Office, Treasury and Tax Office, including adjustment journals and accrual, and early close and hard close financial statements Assist with audit of financial statements and develop action plans to address prior year audit issues, including identifying process improvements within the finance function Manage the Boards statutory finance, compliance and risk obligations and ensure they are met Manage the Boards compliance with government policies and accounting standards, identifying systemic issues, delivering analytics and developing relevant policies and procedures Maintain the Boards risk register and develop improved processes, procedures and reporting to address deficiencies Attend meetings of the Finance and Risk Committee and the Board as necessary. Skills and experience You should have the following skills and experience Excellent accountancy skills and analytical abilities Excellent proficiency in MYOB and all Microsoft Office applications, especially Excel Experience in government processes involving finance, compliance and risk matters an advantage Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment High attention to detail Strong oral and written communication skills Strong organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise workload and manage time Ability to exercise initiative and judgement Relevant tertiary qualifications. This position is 0.6FTE. Part time hours are 21 hours per week (flexible). Starting salary 59,000 depending on experience plus 14 Superannuation. How to apply Please email your application to registrararchitects.nsw.gov.au and include the following Cover letter addressing the skills and experience criteria (4 pages max.) Resume (4 pages max.) Academic Transcripts for tertiary qualifications To be considered for this position you must provide a response to the listed skills and experience criteria. Applications close Monday, 9 September 2019. Enquiries For enquiries about this position, please contact the Registrar, Dr Kirsten Orr. Email registrararchitects.nsw.gov.au Phone 02 9241 4033 0403 617 760 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Whats your highest level of education?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrative Assistant - Local Government

    Administrative Assistant - Local Government APG is a national employer of choice supplying a flexible workforce to industries who promote safety and well being as priorities. APG is currently seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant for a 6 Month casual position located within a South West Sydney Council.. The Role Pay Rate is 41.87 Per hour The role will be 35 hour week “ 830am to 430pm ASAP Start for the right candidate Administration Assistant to the Executive Manager (diary management, responding to emails, meeting prep, admin etc.) Also provide admin support to the PP (HR) team Essential Criteria Experience with MS Office applications Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills High attention to detail If you have previously worked in a similar position and would like to apply for this role, please send your resume ASAP or contact the Ingleburn branch on 9829 1811 for more information. APG is a national employer of choice supplying a flexible workforce to industries who promote safety and well being as priorities.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Admin

    The Better Food Distribution Co. is a food and beverage distributor who sells a range of delicious, healthful and premium products to the independent grocery and food service channels. Our brands include Remedy Kombucha, Oatly Oat Milk, Pana Chocolate, Karma Cola, The Stock Merchant and Alter Eco. Based in our Rushcutters Bay, Sydney office, we are looking for a full time Office AdminSales Support staff member for our fast-growing business. The position is from 830-430pm, Monday to Friday. We are looking for the following person You enjoy working autonomously without constant management. You are incredibly accurate and thorough with your work. You have prior experience in an office admin or sales support or a similar role. You are experienced, comfortable and familiar with using PCs, MS Office, iPads, accounting and CRM programs and up-to-date technology (we use cloud computing services like Xero and Google Apps). You have a nothing is impossible, can-do attitude. Specifically, the role involves Daily incoming communications management email and 1300 line, 830-430 Monday to Friday. Sales team support NSW, VIC and Singapore New account set ups, POD requests, credit and account statement requests, action and resolution of customer issues. Recording and maintenance of databases and documents including customer databases, new account activations, lead trackers, redeliveries and stock returns, leave schedule and others as needed. Weekly co-ordination and processing of promo deliveries and requests. Processing of orders and uploading of invoices and manifests to our freight partners. Sales team and admin support ad hoc duties as needed. A competitive salary depending on experience is provided for this full-time role. If this role sounds exciting to you, please send us a cover letter detailing why along with your resume. Residents of Australia only “ please no applicants from anyone on a short-term work visa. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS AND ENROLMENT SUPPORT OFFICER

    Join a global network of professionals and educators Challenging and rewarding role with a progressive and growing business Permanent Full Time position based in our Kent St Campus About the Opportunity We are currently seeking a motivated International Admissions and Enrolment Support Officer to provide high-level administrative support in relation to student admission processes at Laureate Australia. Resilient and solution focused you will provide advice to internal and external stakeholders in relation to Laureate™s Admissions and Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) processes, award of credit transfer and any relevant policies and procedures. You will thrive in a dynamic team environment, stay calm under pressure and enjoy working in a role where you are able to use your skill set to support multiple teams and regions at a time. As the International Admissions and Enrolment Support Officer will be responsible for Assisting with the processing, assessment and issuing of admissions documentation within agreed turnaround timelines, international admission requirements and international admission procedures and standards Ensuring timely and accurate processing of student applications, eCoEs and offer letters in order to maximise the conversion of enquiries into applications and enrolments Assessing student applications according to international admissions requirements Conducting GTE screening Communicating outcomes of admission requests to required stakeholders Liaising with onshore and offshore stakeholders, partners and education agents to gather admissions and GTE related documentation, communicate admission and GTE outcomes and feedback, dispatch offer letters and conduct appropriate follow up Organising English placement tests, liaise with Torrens University Language Centre (TULC) Uploading of relevant supporting documentation to the student document repository following agreed naming conventions. This is a Permanent Full Time position based in our Kent St Campus Skills and Experience To be successful in the International Enrolment Support and Admissions Officer position you will possess Minimum 2 years™ experience working with international students andor within the education sector Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline or equivalent combination of relevant experience and education andor training. Proven organisational skills with an ability to manage competing deadlines while working under pressure Demonstrated ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders from different cultural backgrounds Strong administration and data entry skills with a commitment to quality Effective communication skills and the ability to give direction and follow instruction Customer focused and able to deliver to a high level of service to internal and external customers Detail oriented with strong problem solving skills and an ability to analyse, assess and review objectively Previous experience using Salesforce or Prisms is desirable for this role. About Laureate Australia Laureate Australia is part of a global network of passionate educators with 1,000,000+ students at nearly 60 institutions in 15 countries. Laureate Australia consists of Torrens University Australia (TUA) and Think Colleges (TC) and we live by the motto Here For Good. Our ambition is to revolutionise the world of education, increase student employability and make a positive impact. We believe in the power of education to transform lives, and we put our people and students at the heart of everything we do. We offer a number of staff benefits from tuition reduction on courses offered at TUA and TC, discounted private health and discounted dining and accommodation experiences at our campuses. Ready to make your difference? Join the Laureate Team by clicking œAPPLY now To be considered for this position please address your suitability against the skills and experience in a cover letter and submit along with your CV when applying. Closing Date 500pm Friday 13th September Laureate Australia reserves the right to remove the advert prior to the closing date listed. If you have any queries regarding the recruitment process please contact our Talent Acquisition Team at yourcareerlaureate.net.au. Job Reference Number 2982924 Please note Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. All applicants require current and valid working rights for Australia.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • SHE Administrator

    SHE Administrator Job Description A trusted partner at more than one million customer locations, Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services that protect people and vital resources. With sales of 14 billion and 44,000 employees, Ecolab delivers comprehensive solutions, for customers in the food, healthcare, energy, hospitality and industrial markets in more than 170 countries around the world. The SHE Administrator will support the SHE Manager and safety network in the monitoring, reporting, investigations and process improvements of safety incidents and practices across Australia New Zealand. Your key responsibilities will include Supporting with the investigations, reporting and administration of safety incidents across ANZ Updating systems to support in digitalisation of existing SHE Training records including ˜cloud™ based systems as such Intelex Liaising with internal and external stakeholders to investigate and understand any safety incidents that occur within the business Providing insights into efficient data management practices and any process improvement suggestions for the team Reporting on key KPI™s Co-ordination of safety related training sessions To be successful, you will have A strong safety culture passion for SHE Be highly organised, with excellent administration skills and strong time management skills Advanced Microsoft Office skills “ with the knowledge on how to utilise these platforms to improve processes Take ownership over your work and be able to work autonomously Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships with internal stakeholders Have a sound understanding of data analysis A degree or qualification in WHS would be desirable Ecolab is an equal opportunity employer that relies on diversity of our work force to drive innovation and growth. At Ecolab, we are dedicated to ensuring our associates are provided with an environment geared toward the recognition of achievement, growth, safety and well-being. We also offer our associates opportunities to participate in Ecolab stock ownership, health and well-being subsidies, study subsidies, product and service discounts, and the opportunity to champion community activity programs. Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion At Ecolab, we believe the best teams are diverse and inclusive, and we are on a journey to create a workplace where every associate can grow and achieve their best. We are committed to fair and equal treatment of associates and applicants. We recruit, hire, promote, transfer and provide opportunities for advancement on the basis of individual qualifications and job performance. In all matters affecting employment, compensation, benefits, working conditions, and opportunities for advancement, we will not discriminate against any associate or applicant for employment because of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions, genetic information, marital status, age, disability, or status as a covered veteran. In addition, we are committed to furthering the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) through Affirmative Action (AA). Our goal is to fully utilize minority, female, disabled and covered veteran individuals at all levels of the workforce. Ecolab is a place where you can grow your career, own your future and impact what matters. Impact What Matters The world needs you, now. Accessible Video SHARE THIS JOB Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Share by Mail

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration/Medical Reception Team Leader

    AdministrationMedical Reception Team Leader 40 hours per fortnight Owned operated by Ramsay Health Care, Australias largest most respected operator of private hospitals, Berkeley Vale Private Hospital is a 50 bed hospital providing Rehabilitation, Medical Mental Health services to the community of the Central Coast. It is located in the suburb of Berkeley Vale, NSW.We are currently seeking a motivated person to manage our Administration and Doctors Consulting departments. The position involves working closely with all areas of the hospital to ensure a smooth efficient running of the administration functions including staff management of Medical Reception the overall Administration function within the hospital. Essential Minimum 2 years experience within an Administration role Ability to manage coordinate the activities of the Administration departments A high standard of customer service skills Excellent communication skills the ability to liaise with senior management, internal external clients High level of accuracy attention to detail, aptitude for problem solving Experience using MS Office suite of programs Ability to prioritise workloads manage multiple tasks Commitment to quality improvement Medical practice experience Desirable Experience working in administration within a hospital and Medical Practice Knowledge of Meditech and Medical Practice software Knowledge of billing for Medical Specialists and health funds Applications to be forwarded by COB, 25 August 2019 to Andrew Wilson Berkeley Vale Private Hospital PO Box 5150, Chittaway Bay 2261 Email wilsonaramsayhealth.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Team Assistant | Property | 6 month contract | $75k+

    Team Assistant Property 6 month contract 75k+ Award winning listed business based in stunning CBD offices Highly inclusive workplace culture that promotes flexibility Autonomous role supporting 3 senior leaders and their teams the opportunity Our client, one of the most well known businesses in their field, are looking for a Team Assistant to support 3 senior leaders and their national teams. This business is known for their progressive nature and a workplace culture that is second to none. Not only will you be a part of an amazing team, you will be blessed with state of the art office space, flexible working and a CBD location close to public transport. Opportunities like this dont come around regularly, so if you are an immediately available personalteam assistant, open to taking on a role like this we, read on the responsibility Providing high level administrative support to the 3 leaders and their teams, your duties will include but are not limited to Diary and travel management Inbox management including responding to correspondence Extensive meeting coordination including organisation of meeting rooms, catering and IT Set up Processing expenses and invoices Coordination of weekly and fortnightly team meetings Contracts administration and processing of documentation Onboarding and set up of new staffteam members the expertise In order to be considered for this amazing opportunity you will ideally have 3 or more years in a TeamPersonal Assistant style position. You will enjoy working in a big business, taking initiative and working autonomously. You should have no trouble communicating with all levels of internal and external stakeholders. Whilst industry experience is not essential, previous exposure to working in propertyconstruction will be highly regarded as well as exposure to systems like Concur, Basware or Salesforce. Our client has a great workplace culture, so you will be a person who fits seamlessly into teams and enjoy working collaboratively with others. This role is for an immediate start and take you well into 2020, with long term permanency an option for the right person. the next step To be considered for this role, please submit your resume as soon as possible. Grace Lamey is available 0499 910 241 for any questions. chat with us Assistant Sydney is a specialist recruitment firm focused solely on Office Support talent searches, salary benchmarking and career planning. Our goal is to help clients and candidates navigate an increasingly competitive and challenging employment market. assistant sydney Level 32, 200 George Street, Sydney 2000 02 8277 4124 assistantsydney.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Instrumental Music Program Administrator

    Instrumental Music Program Administrator Part-time TERM TIME ONLY - immediate start St Andrew™s Cathedral School is an innovative coeducational independent school, located in the heart of Sydney™s CBD. We have a globally focused approach to learning and make full use of our dynamic city surrounds. We seek to develop an authentic and open approach to Christian learning, which assists students to think critically and to develop hearts that love, minds that grow and lives that give. The Performing Arts faculties at St Andrew™s Cathedral School have a 134 year history of providing world-class educational opportunities in Music, Drama and Dance to their students. The role of Instrumental Music Program Administrator has recently become vacant following the move interstate by a long-serving staff member. An exciting opportunity now exists to work alongside a dedicated team of Performing Arts teachers to deliver excellence in Performing Arts education to our students. The Role Administer the instrumental music program. This role requires someone with Excellent written and oral communication skills Positive interpersonal skills Superior organisational skills Knowledge of musical instruments Able to react quickly and appropriately to rapid changes of events, to take responsibility and make quick decisions when necessary Experience or qualifications in customerbusiness support, officecomputing systems Experience in, or understanding of, a school context Applications close Monday 26 August 2019 Interviews will commence as applications are received. This position requires the successful applicant to have a Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012, prior to employment at the School. Please see www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au for further information. It is an offence under the NSW Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for this position.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Performing Arts Administrative Assistant

    Performing Arts Administrative Assistant Part-time TERM TIME ONLY - immediate start St Andrew™s Cathedral School is an innovative coeducational independent school, located in the heart of Sydney™s CBD. We have a globally focused approach to learning and make full use of our dynamic city surrounds. We seek to develop an authentic and open approach to Christian learning, which assists students to think critically and to develop hearts that love, minds that grow and lives that give. The Performing Arts faculties at St Andrew™s Cathedral School have a 134 year history of providing world-class educational opportunities in Music, Drama and Dance to their students. The role of Performing Arts Administrator has recently become vacant following the move interstate by a long-serving staff member. An exciting opportunity now exists to work alongside a dedicated team of Performing Arts teachers to deliver excellence in Performing Arts education to our students. The Role To provide administrative support to the Director of Performing Arts and the Performing Arts Department generally. This role requires someone with Excellent written and oral communication skills Positive interpersonal skills Superior organisational skills Respect strict deadlines Able to react quickly and appropriately to rapid changes of events, to take responsibility and make quick decisions when necessary Experience or qualifications in customerbusiness support, officecomputing systems Experience in an administrative role Applications close Monday 26 August 2019 Interviews will commence as applications are received. This position requires the successful applicant to have a Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012, prior to employment at the School. Please see www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au for further information. It is an offence under the NSW Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for this position.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant (Inc Maintenance)

    Administration Assistant (Inc Maintenance) RetireAustralia is the largest private owner and operator of Retirement Villages in Australia. Our purpose is to serve our residents and customers and be the best retirement community owner, operator and care services provider for older Australians. RetireAustralia currently operates a portfolio of 27 established villages throughout New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia. We are currently looking for an Administration Assistant to join our team at Tarragal Glen Retirement Village on a permanent part-time basis. Reporting to the Village Manager, your primary responsibility will be to provide high level administrative assistance to support the effective operations and maintenance of the village. A typical day could include Providing outstanding customer services to residents and clients General clerical and office functions Data entry, report generation and database management Coordinate bookings of community facilities within the village Liaising with residents and contracts to resolve minor complaints Financial data entry and banking Request quotes, create and send purchase orders by liaising with external contractors Ensure external contractor compliance prior to commencement of work in village Where required, coverage of on call during Village Manager leave periods About you You will demonstrate previous experience in an Administration role, preferably within the retirement, real estate or property industries. You will also be able to demonstrate the following Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite Certificate III Business Administration (desirable) Outstanding customer service and interpersonal skills Current National Police Check The successful applicant will be required to undergo medical and background checking. The successful applicant must also possess unlimited working rights in Australia. Please ˜apply™ below. If you would like a confidential discussion, please contact Lucy Lenehan on (07) 3011 7787

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Administrative Assistant

    Administrative Assistant Convenient CBD location Competitive salary commensurate with experience A professional team environment As a leading specialist in the provision of Family Law services, Watts McCray attracts and selects team members who are the best in their field. They are experienced, driven and honest. With a focus on training, development and a team approach, a position at Watts McCray really is more than just a job. The position An opportunity currently exists for an energetic, devoted and professionally presented Administrative Assistant with the skill to juggle various tasks at once to join our Sydney office. This role will also be one of the first contacts for our clients. You will be responsible for meeting and greeting clients and visitors in a friendly and professional manner catering appropriately for client and internal meetings maintenance of the reception area and meeting rooms to required standards general office and administration duties as required ordering stationery and general office supplies including unpacking distribution once the order is received assist with managing file closing process including file preparation maintain cleanliness of office kitchen and office in general court filing and adhoc overflow PA duties as required. To be successful in this role you will have previous reception and office administration experience in a professional services environment show experience in prioritising be able to demonstrate initiative be flexible in a changing environment be professionally presented and very well spoken demonstrate effective communication skills in all situations and with all individuals exhibit maturity in attitude and behaviour demonstrate the ability to respect and uphold confidentiality display a high level of enthusiasm, energy, initiative and commitment to work and have a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office programs. Whats on offer the opportunity to be part of a professional, progressive, focused and growing organisation a competitive salary commensurate with experience a supportive, fun and caring culture. Whilst we would like for the ideal candidate to work 5 days week, there is flexibility in hours during the day. If you possess the skills and the enthusiasm to see this role as your next opportunity, please email your resume and a covering letter addressing the criteria to Lauren Hicks at lhickswattsmccray.com.au. If you have any questions or require further information about this role, Lauren can be contacted on (02) 9283 5877. For further information on Watts McCray, please visit our website at www.wattsmccray.com.au All discussions and emails will be treated as highly confidential to protect your privacy. Please note we will respond only to those applicants with relevant skills and experience. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Finance and Administration Assistant

    Finance and Administration Assistant Finance and Administration Assistant About Us We are a fast-paced company specialising in creative display solutions at events, exhibitions, and conferences across Australia for some of the world™s leading brands. The role We are looking for an enthusiastic Finance and Administration Assistant who is driven to roll their sleeves up and get involved by understanding our organisation and supporting the different teams. Reporting directly to the Management Accountant, you will be responsible for the accurate and timely maintenance of financial record keeping, as well as, assisting with a broad range of administrative duties outlined below. Our core values Celebrating our 10th year, we achieved this milestone through our drive to exceed client expectation, our culture of team work, honesty and transparency, our strong focus on quality, and always looking at continuous improvements in the way we work. The successful applicant will live by these values. Primary Responsibilities As the FA Assistant, your primary duties will include the following Book keeping Accounts Payable and Receivable Management Invoice and expense management Credit card Management Bank Management Administration Support Data entry across our job management systems Filling and administrative duties Set up and managing supplier and account information Keeping up to date Insurance and renewals General research and sourcing IT management New employee set up Event Management Managing company and client events Travel management Attendee record keeping Office management Keeping the office organised and showroom clean and presentable Liaising with facilities Phone Management Ensuring stationery and office supplies are ordered and maintained Executive Assistance Supporting the CEO as required For more information and to apply, go to httpsjobs.talentswot.comexpocentric The successful candidate will have at least 3 years of experience in a similar role, as well as being highly proficient in using a computer. This role will suit someone who is driven to learn, highly organised, and is comfortable in a high-paced role. The role will give the candidate great exposure in to both Finance and Project Management, and will ideal for someone who is eager to develop a career specialisation in the industry. www.expocentric.com.au National 1300 397 647 Phone +61 2 9937 1500 Fax +61 2 8580 6155 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Facilities & Administration Officer

    Part-time, 20 hours over 5 days per week We are a global financial services firm with activities in over 25 countries and 85 of the world™s securities exchanges. We offer a broad range of products and services to professional market participants. We have offices around the world and have been operating in Sydney since 1998. Our other main offices are located in Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, London, Amsterdam and Chicago. We are seeking a part-time Facilities Administration Officer to join our Human Resources team. This role provides facilities management and administrative support to the whole team and plays an important role in the smooth running of the office. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Manage the Sydney office Facilities and Administration activities Attend to office maintenance queries and organise appropriate service calls Building facilities management. As the first point of contract you will liaise with building management and IT on items relating to building facilities. Answering over-flow calls to the main phone number and greeting visitors when required Organise catering for events and meetings when required Ordering office and kitchen supplies. Maintaining stock levelsordering of kitchen and stationery supplies negotiating competitive rates, procurement of cost effective suppliers Mail and courier management. Collect and distribute mail and newspapers Assisting with organising slide packs for Office Townhalls General ad hoc office support tasks REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE Facilities Management experience preferred Strong customer service orientationstakeholder management Hands on approach with a can do attitude and have the desire to add value through process enhancement Proven time management and organisational skills, with a focus on achieving results whilst maintaining attention to detail Demonstrated ability to use initiative and proactive in problem solving Excellent communication skills Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint (desirable) ABN AMRO fosters a working environment for people who want to achieve something in life. We make a difference with our expert employees, who are driven by a desire to continue developing. We attract people who take their job and their talents very seriously, and in return we give employees the responsibility and the scope to excel in their role. You will be working with a group of people who have the same drive and vision, but whose backgrounds and experience are as diverse as those of our clients. We are looking for an exceptional candidate who has a professional approach, excellent communication skills and enjoys being part of a busy team. In return, we will offer you an attractive remuneration package, and the opportunity to work in a progressive and innovative working environment. If this is what you are looking for, please apply and outline in your cover letter how your experience fits the above criteria. Applicants must have the right to live and work in Australia. Applicants will only be contacted if they are successful for an interview.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Real Estate - Admin Assistant

    We are looking for an admin assistant to assist a real estate agent with office paperwork. You will have a very good understanding of Microsoft Words Excel spreadsheet. You will fall within the following category. New School leaver year 12 certificate aged between 18 - 19 years. Fluent in English Speaking. Superior English Writing Skills. Impeccable Grammar and Spelling You will be task-driven and working towards positive outcomes. Outgoing personality with a can-do approach. Be prepared to work on Saturdays. Love talking to people on the phone. Be willing to learn on the job with further study required. Need to provide YEAR 12 results with your CV Remuneration is based on Award Real estate employee level 1 (associate level) - first 12 months Full-time 19 years. Most of all you will be able to work towards daily weekly target and take the initiative. The application form will include these questions Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How would you rate your English language skills?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Water Servicing Coordinator Assistant / Administration

    K. R. STUBBS ASSOCIATES PTY LTD K.R. Stubbs Associates Pty Ltd is a long established small Civil Engineering Company specialising in water, sewer stormwater design and project management of Sydney Water infrastructure. We are seeking a junior person wishing to pursue a career in the Land Development Industry. The position involves assisting our team of Designers Water Servicing Coordinators, together with managing aspects of office administration. In house training will be available to the successful applicant. An ability to understand Building Plans would be an advantage. This is a permanent position at our office located in a leafy environment at Pymble. Key responsibilities will include- + Answer and action incoming calls + Create, file and archive records + Word processing + Liaising with clients + Electronic submission of Applications and other data to Sydney Water +Telephone and email follow up of clients and Sydney Water + Maintaining data bases. Requirements- + Good communication skills + Experience in Microsoft Word, Access, Excel and Outlook + Efficient and organised + A mature and responsible approach to your work A salary will be offered to the successful candidate based on experience abilities. Flexible working hours could be negotiated with the successful candidate. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer - O&G Support Unit

    Employment Type Temporary Part Time (Up to 01022022) Position Classification Administration Officer Level 4 Remuneration 31.88 - 32.65 per hour Hours Per Week 8 Requisition ID REQ124198 Where youll be working Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment. What youll be doing The primary objective of this role is to provide secretarial and administrative support to Obstetric Gynaecology Staff Specialists for both the public hospital component of their duties as well as any work undertaken in the Westmead Hospital Women™s Health consulting rooms. This role works collaboratively in an Administration team to support the Obstetrics and Gynaecology medical team. Duties will be rostered both in the Women™s Health consulting rooms and the OG support unit. - People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard. Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal job applicants by providing information about applying for roles in NSW Health organisations. Westmead hospital car parking allocation model is changing. There is a waitlist for parking for new staff commencing at Westmead Hospital. This does not apply for staff with disability. Please note A person who is not an Australian citizen or a permanent resident is only eligible for temporary employment for a period not longer than the duration of their current visa or a period not shorter than the duration of the advertised position. - Essential Criteria Vaccination Category A+ Checks National Criminal Record Check - Selection Criteria Excellent customer service skills with experience in a health related clerical position Excellent verbal and written communication skills including an ability to liaise with a range of health professionals Ability to prioritise, multi-task, meet busy schedules and work autonomously and within a team environment Ability to maintain confidentiality, be adaptable, flexible, and be willing to learn new tasks Demonstrated understanding of medical terminology IT competent including the use of Microsoft Office applications Experience in Dictaphone transcription Need more information? 1) 2) Find out more about applying for this position 3) For role related queries or questions contact Donna Garland on Donna.Garlandhealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close 2nd September 2019

    location Constitution Hill NSW 2145, Australia


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