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  • Claims Support Administrator

    Ad hoc duties as required. Liaise with Trades to award and follow-up costings related to make safes. Answer inbound calls and action accordingly. Who are We?...

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Office Manager/Administration Professional

    Answering Sales verification calls as top priority. 1 , 2 years in a similar role. Ensure all correspondence to customers is sent out within the company time...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Officer (Administrative Officer Level 4)

    This positions key purpose is the delivery of a range of client focused recruitment activities and services to support Managers and staff to meet expectations...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    The person suited to this role will have experience in admin, accounts, a good knowledge of working paperless and a minimum of 2 years™ experience in...

    location Leichhardt St, Leichhardt NSW 2040, Australia


  • Operational Support Officer

    This position is responsible for a variety of administration duties to support the activities and operations of the Parks team to provide efficient customer...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator

    Other administrative duties as required. 2 years (Preferred). Please make sure you fit the above description before sending CV otherwise it will be...

    location Constitution Hill NSW 2145, Australia


  • Junior Office Assistant/ Trainee Coach

    Higher School Certificate or equivalent or TAFE Certificate is desirable.. Education and qualifications....

    location Chatswood Garden Maintenance Services, 790 Pacific Hwy, Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia


  • Operational Support Officer

    This position is responsible for a variety of administration duties to support the activities and operations of the Parks team to provide efficient customer...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Regulatory Support Officer

    This position requires the preferred candidate to undergo a Criminal History Records check. Further information regarding the requirements of this role can be...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Operational Support Officer

    This position is responsible for a variety of administration duties to support the activities and operations of the Parks team to provide efficient customer...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Regulatory Support Officer

    This position requires the preferred candidate to undergo a Criminal History Records check. Further information regarding the requirements of this role can be...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator

    Now hiring Administrator ADMINISTRATOR NF Importers, Exclusive ImportersDistributors of Ducati Motorcycles (AUSNZ) have an immediate career advancing opportunity for a diligent Junior Administrator to join our Accounts and Motorcycle Allocations Team. Based at Parramatta Road, Concord this varied role where no two days are the same will suit an adaptable vibrant administrator with strong attention to detail and accuracy skills who excel working as an integral team player providing key administration support to two key departments and management and enjoys taking ownership for a varied work load. Full training will be provided. Salary 50,000.00 plus super benefits. Working week Monday to Friday 08.30am to 5.00pm. Required Skills, Experience and attributes Diligent conscientious Administrator with strong accuracy attention to details. Adaptable with an ability to handle multiple priorities to meet required deadlines Proven work history in a busy administration position. Ability to take ownership, accountability calm control of a busy workload Intermediateadvanced Excel and numerical ability. Excellent interpersonal skills to build strong internalexternal stakeholder relationships. Proficient verbal and written English communication skills, writing, spelling and grammar. To make your application stand out, please include a cover letter outlining why you are the administrator for our NFI Ducati team andor call Robbie on 02 8741 3818

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Junior Office Administrator

    EBH Environmental Services is a trusted and respected established business based on the Central Coast in Berkley Vale. We are looking for motivated and passionate person to join the team. You will be working in administrative capacity operating in a busy work environment. Job training will be provided. Responsibilities include but are not limited to Microsoft Office suite and database applications. Data entry General filing, scanning, printing photocopying General administrative duties and telephone support Maintaining office supplies, including kitchen items and stationery Maintaining cleanliness of office and facilities general housekeeping. General assistant to others as needed On the job training and support will be provided Skills and Experience 1 year or more previous office experience. Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong attention to detail Good interpersonal and customer services skills Demonstrated team work skills including the ability to work individually and as part of a team in a fast pace environment Strong organisation skill as you will be required to multi-task Previous skills in Microsoft applications Word, Excel and Outlook Willingness to learn and a can do attitude Ability to stay calm under pressure Punctual and reliable Flexible work hours What you need to do now Please submit your resume via the link provide if youre interested in this role - click apply now to email adminebhenvironmentalservices.com.au. Successful applications will be contacted on via email. 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? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer Chippendale, Sydney Location Full time position Building and Facilities Maintenance Experience preferred Urban Maintenance Systems Pty Ltd are Safe Trusted Experts and thats what makes us a successful facilities and maintenance business. We are a specialist provider of buildingfacilities, infrastructure and grounds maintenance management services to Government, Local Government and Private sector organisations throughout Australia. We have a family culture and value the contribution our employees make to our business and our customers. Our safety record is exemplary. An opportunity exists for a full time Administration Officer to join a friendly and close knit team based in Sydney. You will provide support to a team of Graffiti Removalists, working on a high profile rail contract, ensuring they are able to deliver a high level of service to our client. The successful candidate will bring their excellent communication skills, solid organisational skills and confidence to this role. The Administrator will be responsible the following Providing administration to the day to day running of a small office Data input into a cloud based Works Management System Coordinating and maintaining a detailed paint register and stock Provision of general office admin including phone calls, typing, email correspondence and HR administrative support Stock control Maintaining document filing systems Assisting with compiling and binding reports This role will suit a mature and flexible individual with a strong administration background. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual with an excellent work ethic, strong organisational skills and the ability to multi task. The successful candidate must be a team player and be able to work to tight deadlines. Essential requirements for this role include 3 - 5 years experience in a similar role High level attention to detail Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office including, Word, Excel and Email Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong customer service focus and interpersonal skills High level data entry skills Excellent organisation skills with the ability to multi task and prioritise work under pressure The ability to work effectively as part of a close team with minimal supervision An excellent work ethic If you are looking for a challenging role and thrive in a working environment with variety, we want to hear from you UMS offers an excellent working environment and conditions and prides itself on our positive culture. If you are interested in joining us, please forward a cover letter and resume now addressed to HR Department at UMS. To apply for this job go to ums.com.aucareers and enter ref 4709987. Applications close 14 June 2019

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Building and Services Administrator

    Building and Services Administrator The DOOLEYS Group consists of three Clubs in Western Sydney and is one of the most successful leisure and entertainment community groups in Australia that welcomes all members, whilst offering an impressive variety of well-appointed dining, entertainment and function facilities. Based at DOOLEYS Lidcombe Catholic Club this role reports directly to the Group Building and Services Manager.This permanent part time position offers 18hours work per week, days and hours are flexible, however Thursday and Friday are preferable. The position will see you provide all administration needs to support the Group Building and Services Manager and the well-established Building and Services team. This fast paced and varied role will see you responsible for Timely purchase order generation and invoice tracking using SAP Maintaining administrative processes and systems for the department Developing, maintaining and analysing asset registers and schedules for the group Completing minutes and correspondence for œtool box meetings Completing numerous ad hoc administration tasks within the department Providing exceptional customer service The Building and Services Administrator position will see no two days the same. The ideal person for this role will be an ambitious multi-skilled and proactive Office Administrator with demonstrated experience in the following A passion for the building services industry with a minimum of 2 years experience within a fast paced administrative position Intermediate Microsoft Office skills with Advanced Excel The ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritise accordingly Ability to work unsupervised with outstanding attention to detail Strong written and verbal communication and customer service skills Ability to use initiative, problem solve and present solutions to problems where appropriate Experience with SAP would be an advantage. If you are ready to be rewarded for a challenging role and have, the above skills please œApply Now or contact recruitmentdooleys.com for further information. 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Production Administrator

    Production Administrator Nanosonics Limited is a publically listed ASX200 Australian medical device company. We develop, manufacture and commercialise innovative and unique medical device disinfection solutions for global markets. We are already winning. Our first medical device, Trophon, reprocesses ultrasound probes to ensure that the risk of cross contamination is reduced, protecting more than 60,000 patients every day. Our technology has already been adopted by the top 50 luminary sites in the U.S, a 70 share of the market in Australia and is fast becoming the global standard of care. Not bad for an Australian company that™s only just getting started. If you are excited by innovation, like to work with diverse and smart people and you want an opportunity to play a part in changing the world, we™d love to meet you. Due to the continuous growth of our business we are currently looking for an enthusiastic Production Administrator. In this role you™ll assist Production Teams with the day-to-day administrative tasks. Youll ensure production processes follow the documented procedures under our certifications and registrations for ISO13485 and FDA QSR part 820 and other requirements. Youll also support production, QMS and supply chain as needed to ensure Nanosonics products meet applicable quality requirements. Major responsibilities Scan device history records into objective after quality release Print and scan production records into objective on a Weekly basis Prepare all required documents and labels for production Support operational ad-hoc activities that arises Receiving and closing daily Work Orders Update LabourProductivity Spreadsheet Printing of all labels for production and service as and when required Run QC activities in accordance with the documented procedures as and when required To qualify for this role you will need to have Minimum 2 years of experience in office administration role in a production environment A working understanding of ISO134852016 will be advantageous Working knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Working knowledge of Objective document control system is advantageous Working knowledge of QAD ERP system is advantageous Proficient computer literacy including Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Outlook A working knowledge of OHS as applied in manufacturing. Demonstrated ability to complete tasks to a standard within set deadlines. Excellent interpersonal skills and strong communication skills Positive attitude, flexible mind-set and a focus on results To submit your application, please click on apply button. Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Nanosonics embraces diversity and equal opportunity. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills to provide an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all. Please note that you must have full working rights in Australia in order to apply for this job. No Agencies thank you, we have this role covered 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 many years experience do you have as an administration officer? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Rostering Admin Officer

    BCD - Better Care Delivered Our Mission is to develop and deliver high quality support services that enable customers to make individual choices that lead to quality of life. Our Vision is to enrich lives, one person, one family and one community at a time. About the role To be the direct point of contact for Support workers and External Service providers and our customers. Ensuring that all services are fully covered by the most appropriately trained and competent Support Workers and those Support Workers are informed of customer requirements as part of each service. Effectively communicate with customers carers and third-party agencies who broker services to BCD. Undertake rostering and of services, ensuring all roster information is complete, timely, accurate, and changes are updated promptly entered in the rostering system. Send out weekly rosters to Support Workers accurately and on-time. Maintain, coordinate and develop the ongoing coverage of customer rosters. Obtain accurate service information and update rosters as required. Accurate reconciliation of timesheets, confirmation and authorisation of service allocation of each client for payroll purposes by Monday each week. Provide administration support for the Care Central Team as required. Provide on-call support after hours. Allowance will be provided on top of base rate. Why Work for BCD Be part of a great team helping others. On the job learning and development. Supportive leadership team. Competitive salary. About You Bubbly personality and a people person. Flexible and adaptive to change. Experience in the Disability or Community Services environment or transferable skills. Ability to deliver services in a variety of formats, including face to face, onlinevideo and telephone. Ability to work with customers from diverse cultures and at different stages of their life. Hold Drivers License and Vehicle as you may be required to travel across South West Sydney to Southern Highlands areas. Join us Now APPLY via the link with your resume Successful candidates will be required to provide a National Criminal Records Check and NSW Working with Children Check. The application form will include these questions Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Junior

    About the business Pony Rider is a design based homewares textile business based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. We create sustainable soft furnishings that inspire connection and motivates you to get outdoors. We are design-centric and lifestyle motivated. Our products are well made, unique and completely authentic to the brand. We have a large range of clients both nationally and internationally. We sell throughout stores, trade accounts, online and our newly opened flagship based in Newport. We are a tight-knit team and enjoy creating unique items. We work with local and global artisans to create unique products. We enjoy what we do and love what we create. About the role We are looking for an Office Junior all-rounder. This person needs to be dynamic, fast thinking, highly organised, have a natural customer service temperament and a keen eye for online digital maintenance. We are very creative business and are looking for someone that wants to stay committed to the team and move on up through the ranks. They will be the go-to for all small details that help the daily operations of the business neat and tidy, these include Online web maintenance Answering phones, general customer service. Keeping the office and showroom tidy and stocked. Help sales team and receiving stock Social media admin duties, ie Insta Stories Assisting on Photo Shoots Pick and pack the online orders As you can see this role is dynamic and multi-faceted and we are keen for someone who is enthusiastic, organised, creative and thrives on keeping their tasks in order. We want someone who is work proud and enjoys being part of a tight-knit team. Benefits and perks A small team with big business procedures. Will travel for photo shoots and tradeshows nationally. Great opportunities to diversify the role as the business grows. Flexible hours if required. Skills and experience Great understanding of Mac-based computer skills Good office and admin organisational skills Great phone manner Drivers License Proficient knowledge of Word, Excel and Mac skills Good understanding of Facebook Instagram Photoshop and Illustrator skills are a bonus 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? Do you have customer service experience? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Support

    Administration Support Administrative Data Entry Secretarial Support Multiple roles available (Casual fixed-term contract roles) Friendly and supportive culture Office located in Leichhardt Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) is responsible for the leadership of 152 Catholic primary and secondary schools across the Archdiocese of Sydney, which educates over 70,000 students. We are currently seeking experienced administrativereception assistants to provide support to various departments and teams at our Central office, located in Leichhardt. These positions are responsible for Administrative and clerical support andor reception duties Liaising with management to ensure a high standard of service delivery Promoting a personal image of welcome, service and professionalism Displaying positive relationships between teams and all staff Providing high-level customer service Essential Criteria Experience in administration, reception, or office work Customer service focused Ability to prioritise and meet tight deadlines Ability to work in a team environment Time management skills Pastoral Willingness to learn A œcan-do attitude Capacity to respond to any enquiries Sound information technology skills Ability to use initiative Desirable Criteria Previous background in, or sound knowledge of the Education sector or Catholic Education Familiar with Google Docs and platforms Intermediate - Advanced Microsoft Office Suite skills Basic-intermediate Adobe skills Experience in taking minutes for meetings Mail-merge experience Experience in preparing formal documents such as letters, notices, memos etc. Fluent in spoken and written English APPLICATION PROCESS Please find the link for the candidate application gateway for you to access to complete your application and be considered for this opportunity httpscgprod.phris.org.aupscCGPRDEMPLOYEEHRMScHRSHRAMFL.HRSCGSEARCHFL.GBL?Page=HRSAPPJBPSTFLAction=UFOCUS=ApplicantSiteId=2JobOpeningId=1086PostingSeq=1 WORKING WITH CHILDREN CLEARANCE This role is classified as a child related work and therefore we require a working with children clearance to be completed prior to your commencement with us. OUR MISSION Celebrating Being Catholic in Australia Ensuring Quality Teaching and Learning Making a Difference in our World Closing date 26 May 2019 Our Mission Celebrating Being Catholic in Australia Ensuring Quality Teaching and Learning Making a Difference in our World

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Commercial and Finance Administration Assistant

    Shopper Media Group is Australia™s fastest growing retail out-of-home business, helping you target audiences more efficiently than ever before. The company strives to obtain the most advanced technologies in market, with 100 digital solutions. At Shopper Media Group, our vision is to pioneer locally connected shopper communities, enhancing the shopping ecosystem and creating better engagement between shoppers, centres and advertisers. We are looking for an enthusiastic, responsible Administrative Assistant to perform a variety of administrative tasks. You will be dividing your time as required to work directly for both the Commercial Department and Finance Department, ensuring the efficient and smooth day-to-day operation of both departments. Administrative Assistant Responsibilities Duties within the commercial team including but not limited to General administrative support for the Commercial and Finance teams Manage Commercial team travel calendars Manage and distribute monthly reports to external stakeholders Ownership maintenance of the filing system and contacts list Duties within the finance team including but not limited to Act as a point of contact with and liaise with internal and external stakeholders regarding supplier invoice queries or payment matters Responsible for processing invoices and issuing payments Coding supplier invoices Raising customer invoices and monthly statements Ensure customer payments are kept within terms Proactively liaising with customers to assist with queries, minimise aged debtors and provide a high level of service Administrative Assistant Requirements Proven track record as an administrative assistant or similar role Knowledge of office management systems and procedures Proficiency in MS Office (MS Excel and MS PowerPoint, in particular) Experience with MYOB also ideal Prior experience in an accounts receivable role preferable Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work Attention to detail is essential Problem-solving skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong interpersonal skills, shows initiative and the ability to act autonomously Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task Flexible working hours “ 4 days a week 9am to 3pm Whats in it for you Shopper Media Group promotes career development and provides both internal and external training opportunities. The open-plan office is a vibrant and interactive environment, with staging and quiet rooms, as well as break out areas. A major focus for Shopper Media is its culture, extending to work flexibility, employee benefits, birthday leave, and company-wide departmental events and functions. How to Apply Please send a CV with a cover letter to accountsshoppermedia.com.au 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? Do you have previous invoicing experience? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer Utilise your administrative skills to support a high-performing and dynamic team One temporary full-time role available for 12 months, based in Parramatta One temporary full-time role available for 2 years, based in Albury Generous remuneration package. Starting salary from 83,403 (plus super and annual leave loading) Our Water Branch has an exciting opportunity for two Administration Officers to join their Strategic Relations team. As an Administration Officer you will provide high quality administrative, communication and records management services to support the efficient operation of our Strategic Relations team, including the NSW Government™s Drought Response team. You will be responsible for processing financial transactions, collating documentation, preparing correspondence, responding to enquiries, and organising travel and accommodation for the team. You will also provide front line customer service to ensure that stakeholders receive timely advice and guidance, and issues are escalated and redirected as required. To learn more about the role, please click here to view the role description. About You To be successful in this role you will be a self-starter with demonstrated experience providing administrative andor executive support in a fast-paced and high pressure environment. It is essential that you have strong communication and time management skills, including the ability to plan and prioritise work where there are competing timeframes with minimal supervision. You will also have strong stakeholder engagement skills and will be capable of developing and maintaining effective working relationships with a range of senior managers within the Department. About Us The NSW Department of Industry leads the state government™s contribution to making NSW a place where people want to live and work and businesses choose to invest and grow. Our Water Branch exists to efficiently manage water in NSW with the objective to create a contemporary government water agency focused on planning and policy, regulation, information and insights, and programs and performance. Our Strategic Relations team develops intergovernmental policy and leads negotiations with other jurisdictions in relation to water management, including the Murray Darling Basin Plan. Applying for the Role Applicants must address their suitability by providing an updated copy of their resume and a brief cover letter that outlines your relevant skills and experience. Through the application process you will be asked to select which roles you would like to be considered for. Closing Date Wednesday, 5 June 2019 at 1155PM Enquiries Andrew Garratt, Manager Water Relationships on 0467 759 929 A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next twelve months. The NSW Department of Industry is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves. We promote a flexible and inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team to drive innovation, productivity and the delivery of high-quality services. We believe everyone has the right to feel safe, respected, valued and heard regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background or disability.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Financial Administrator

    Financial Administrator ABOUT SUE MANN Established in 1984, Sue Mann Nursing Community Care (SMNCC) is a leading nursing and home care provider on the Central Coast, Hunter and in Sydney regions of NSW. Our staff are trained and committed to delivering the highest quality in-home care to our clients ABOUT THE ROLE We are currently seeking a Finance Administrator to join our Finance Team to assist with the AP and AR function. The Finance Administrator will report to the Finance Manager and will be responsible for processing supplier invoices and client billings. The Finance Administrator is also required to support the other Finance Team members with a range of functions such as client enquiries, data entry into operational system, bank reconciliation and general administrative tasks. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES Processing accounts payable including entering invoices and preparing payments Oversee and manage the Purchase Order process Reconcile company credit cards Process client invoices and AR management Be the first point of contact for supplier and client related matters Month-end reconciliation process and adherence to month end time tables General admin support including data entry, diary management and correspondence Answer incoming calls and relaying messages to the wider team “ shared reception duty. SELECTION CRITERIA Minimum 3 years experience in Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable or Book-keeping role is essential Certificate IV in Accounting or Book-keeping, or similar Strong accounting support knowledge and demonstrated experience with APAR, bank reconciliations and financial reporting Strong computer literacy with confident use of Accounting Software, Microsoft Excel and Outlook Sage experience will be highly regarded but not essential Accurate data entry with attention to detail Pleasant telephone manner and strong inter-personal skills. This will be a full time position based at our Erina office. You will be given the opportunity to work with a growing Team of committed professionals in a busy, supported work environment. Remuneration package will be negotiable based on the applicants qualifications, skills and experience. Enquiries may be directed to Gabrielle Blanch on (02)4365 3200 and applications submitted to gabriellesuemann.com.au. We welcome your covering letter addressing the position responsibilities, experience and attributes together with your CV. Suite 3.20, Platinum Building West Wing, 4 Ilya Avenue Erina NSW 2250 Phone 1300 241 300 Fax 4365 5732 Email mailsuemann.com.au Web www.suemann.com.au Personalised care by people who care The application form will include these questions Do you have previous invoicing experience? How many years of accounts payable experience do you have? Do you have customer service experience?

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Divisional Coordinator (Sydney Office)

    EMM Consulting Pty Limited (EMM) is a leading employee owned planning and environment consultancy, working throughout Australia and internationally from offices in Sydney, Newcastle, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Our team is led by highly experienced professionals who are recognised leaders in their respective fields. They are supported by a talented team from a range of disciplines. These skills are combined to help clients achieve their objectives in ways that contribute to sustainable outcomes. Due to the strong growth of our business we are seeking a highly experienced Divisional Coordinator to join our National Business Services Team in our Sydney office. In this role you will provide administration and project support to our growing Environmental Assessment and Management Division. The positions core responsibilities will include but not be limited to preparation of weekly reporting on projects and proposals, organisation of team meetings and events, travel bookings and logistics including flights, accommodation and car hire, coordination of subcontractor details and payments, assistance with team marketing, setup of projects, proposal preparation, invoicing, processing and reconciling expenses and timesheets, work health and safety administration and general administrative day to day support. This is dynamic role that requires you to have extensive experience working on multiple projects. The person we are looking for will be a team player that must be able to multitask and show strong initiative. This role is available as a permanent full-time role and will be based in our St Leonards office. In this role you will be part of a close-knit administration team who work and collaborate on a range of administrative projects and will be sharing and supporting you with this role. The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic individual who can demonstrate the following at least 4+ years of experience providing high level administrative support within a professional consulting practice (environmental consulting would be an advantage) advanced level of Microsoft Office products, especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint high level of word processing skills proven experience with formatting and collating reports using templates ability to collate large and complex documents using Adobe (or a like product) high level of clear written and oral communication skills be an enthusiastic team player a strong work ethic and have a current valid unrestricted drivers licence. EMM offers you an opportunity to work with passionate professionals in an environment with a very positive and inclusive culture. We are highly committed to our staff, clients and the community. Our goal is to œcreate opportunities for you, the business and our clients. We want to help you achieve your career goals and aspirations by supporting you with ongoing learning and development and industry memberships. You will also be part of company who are committed and focussed on innovation and smart solutions. If you believe that you meet the requirements as stated above, please submit your application via email to careersemmconsulting.com.au. Please quote reference SNR ADMIN - SYD - 0519. To have your application considered it must include a tailored covering letter and CV. Applications close Friday, 31 May 2019. All applications and enquiries will be treated strictly confidential. EMM is an equal opportunity employer. Only those with a legal right to work in Australia may apply. Unsolicited resumes from recruitment consultants will not be accepted. For more information about EMM please visit our website www.emmconsulting.com.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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Have you completed a qualification in business administration?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant 43,000 - 50,000 plus super Permanent full time Located in Norwest Business Park “ work near home Secure parking available Gemcell Electrical Group is a buying group representing the largest group of independent electrical wholesalers in Australia and New Zealand with international connections in Europe and the USA. We are currently looking for an experienced Administration Assistant to join our small, friendly Head Office. We are going through a period of development and need a team player to lighten the load on an ongoing basis. Reporting to the Administration Manager, and working alongside our Accounts Administration Assistant, you will provide support essential to the group and must be able to work well within a small, tight-knit team. You will get great exposure to the business and will feel like part of something bigger as we aim to provide excellent support and service to our members and suppliers. We see this position developing over time based on our needs and your ability. Your day to day work will be varied and will include General administration not limited to answering the phone, mail, office supplies, filing Maintaining our office database Maintaining our mailout database for our nationally distributed magazine Downloading data and updating basic spreadsheets Uploading reports to our interactive website portal Assisting with preparation for national Directors™ and Members™ Meetings Assisting with preparation for our annual Gemcell Conference Various ad hoc duties Potential to train in basic accounts administration and other areas To be considered for this opportunity you must Have some experience in a similar position Have a confident, professional attitude and excellent interpersonal skills Be happy to work in a small office environment Be able to work with minimal supervision but take instruction when necessary Have experience using Word and Excel Have good spelling, grammar and attention to detail Be efficient and adaptable Only Australian permanent residents or citizens will be considered. Please apply via Seek with your cover letter and current resume for the attention of Tracy Bennett or call 02 8814 1174 for more details.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Academic Service Officer (Sydney)

    Academic Service Officer (Sydney) About the Opportunity We are currently seeking a self-motivated, driven Academic Services Officer to join the Business and Hospitality Vertical in our Laureate Australia team providing exceptional service quality, academic support and course administration to the senior academic staff in the Business and Hospitality faculty. This role spans the total course lifecycle “ from course accreditation, review, configuring courses in the student administration systems, providing reports and data, assisting with governance processes, and scheduling and attending a range of meetings. You will use your excellent interpersonal skills to work with the collaborative national network of Academic Service Officers, Academics and other key internal stakeholders to ensure course administration excellence. This position can be based in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Adelaide at one of our campuses with ongoing support from the ASO team, academics and management across our national campuses. As the Academic Services Officer, you will be responsible for Providing outstanding service and exceptional support to the Academic Services Manager, the Dean, Associate Dean, Program Directors, Academics and various on-campus stakeholders Providing high-quality, accurate and timely processing of all Academic Services administration processes Entering, updating and ensuring the accuracy of course and subject data in the Student Information System and course information documents Editing documents and sorting, filtering and manipulating student and course data Providing support in recruitment and on-boarding processes and the processing of lecturer timesheets Provide secretariat support and information to any faculty academic governance meetings Providing accurate information for integrated campus staff regarding academic policies and procedures, ensuring adherence with Group-wide approaches Assisting in the smooth running and integrity of examinations and Timetabling. This is a Permanent Full Time position based at Sydney with occasional visits to our Leura Campus in The Blue Mountains on an ad hoc basis. Skills and Experience To be successful in the Academic Services Officer position, you will possess Excellent written and verbal communication skills The ability to work with colleagues from all levels within the business Proven administration and data management skills An ability to focus on detail Previous administration experience with a minimum of Intermediate level Microsoft Excel Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to learn tasks quickly and efficiently Self-motivation and the ability to work both in a team and autonomously and The ability or willingness to learn how to take minutes of academic meetings. Ready to make your difference? Click œAPPLY now Laureate Australia reserves the right to remove the advert prior to the closing date listed. Applications will be reviewed as submitted so apply now To be considered for this position please submit a cover letter and CV with your application. Closing Date 5.00pm AEST Wednesday 5th June 2019. If you have any queries regarding the recruitment process please contact our Talent Acquisition Team at yourcareerlaureate.edu.au. Job Reference Number 2936570. To know more about future opportunities sign up for job alerts at jobs.laureate.net or follow us on LinkedIn. Please note Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. All applicants require current and valid working rights for Australia. The application form will include these questions What interests you most about this role? What are your salary expectations? What is your current work status? How many weeks notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Transport Admin- Pallet Admin

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrative Assistant

    About the Company Interactive Games Entertainment Association (IGEA) is the peak trade body representing video game platform holders, developers, publishers and distributors in Australia and New Zealand. We are a small team focussed on delivering positive and tangible outcomes for the industry through effective advocacy, lobbying, events, research and communications. About the Role This diverse role supports the Member Services and Communications Manager. Initially a casual position (approx. 15 hours per week), the intention is to create a permanent part-time position. The successful applicant will act as the support person for the organisation, managing basic bookwork, updating databases and assisting in the administration of the company, some basic design work as well as events and social media. Benefits of the Role Working in an exciting, dynamic and tech driven industry A high level of autonomy Flexibility on location and hours Working with a small experienced and professional team Office is close to transport Responsibilities and duties Manages the day-to-day book keeping for the company, including processing invoices and expenses via MYOB Assisting the Communications Member Services Manager with all office administrative duties Maintain various databases Update weekly games charts and liaise with data supply company where needed Update website with content Produce minutes of Board and other relevant meetings Work with all IGEA staff, board and members to ensure an effective and efficient ˜back end™ to the operation What you need to have Previous administrative experience Proven experience in working in a multifaceted role Ability to work in a small team environment Be energetic and curious Well-developed written and verbal communication skills Ability to use Microsoft suite of products Design skills an advantage Proven ability to work with minimum direction, exercising a high degree of autonomy and self-motivation While being self-directed, be an integral part of the management team Please email your CV and cover letter to infoigea.net 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


  • Office Assistant in Sydney CBD

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Coordinator / Admin Assistant

    We are looking for a number of Recruitment Coordinators Admin Assistants to represent Sidekicker at some of Australias top companies. Whats Sidekicker you ask? Sidekicker is home to Australia and New Zealands friendliest and hardest-working workforce, known as Sidekicks. We offer thousands of unique and exciting shifts (like this one) to Sidekicks every month in hospitality, promotions, events, business admin, and retailwarehousing which can all be found and applied for via an easy-to-use mobile app. As a Sidekick, you get to choose WHEN and WHERE you work, meaning you have complete control over the hours you work. Work as much or as little youd like. Back to the job requirements¦ To be eligible Passionate about candidate experience you are self aware, have a high attention to detail and are eloquent in emails. World-class time management organisation things move quickly around here, we need someone who is organised and can think on their feet Ownership the Recruiting team are at the frontline of the business. We expect you to know the ins and outs of our clients and of each team you support Proactive we need someone who can stay one step ahead of the game Problem Solver you may not always have every tool at your fingertips. We need someone who can creatively solve problems and take initiative Strong professional communication skills (verbal written) An eye for metrics our clients love data What youll do Schedule Hiring Manager screens and onsite interviews. Ensure seamless candidate management through the entire interview process booking conference rooms, working with executive assistant to navigate the most complex of calendars and hosting candidates when they come for an interview. Work on a range of projects that build employer brand presence, improve processes and so much more Support the Recruiting Team in the coordination and running of any recruitment related events - youll be sourcing and speaking with suppliers, negotiating rates deals, supporting all the admin for the event and ensuring everyone is on time and prepared. Whats next? Whats next? Apply for this job If youve got the experience we are after, well invite you in for a virtual interview with our Sidekicker team. This will either be a phone call with our team, or a video call - for which youll need a computer and a good internet connection. If youre successful, youll officially become a Sidekick and also have access to the thousands of other shifts we have available.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Coordinator

    Office Coordinator Short Term Opportunity - June Start Unique amazing working environment Contract Opportunity in North Sydney The Company We are delighted to be recruiting an experienced Office Manager for this not for profit employer. This organisation has built a stellar reputation in the market and continues to go from strength to strength. The Appointment Working as an integral part of a tight-knit team, this role will see you take responsibility for all in house administrative coordination to make sure the business is running smoothly. Based at the front desk reception you will be responsible for Answering incoming calls Meeting and greeting visitors Provide administration support to various teams. Collecting and distributing of all office mail Stationery Ordering Keeping office boardrooms and kitchen tidy at all times General Office Assistance to management Online ordering for office supplies Office Filing and Archiving where required The Appointee This organisation needs an adaptable, organised and self-motivated professional who enjoys variety in their day and has a strong attention to detail. You will thrive on being on a go-to person within a fast paced environment. Most importantly you will have a positive, flexible, hands on approach and enjoy taking ownership of your work. You will be technologically savvy with the ability to pick up new systems with ease. Most importantly you will have a professional and friendly approach with all people you meet. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. To be considered for this position, please click on the œApply Now button via the link. For further enquiries, please contact Angelina Howe at Appoint on Angelinaappointrecruit.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Contracts Administrator - Taren Point

    Contracts Administrator - Taren Point Harvey Norman Commercial Division specialises in the supply of goods services to project builders, developers, architects and the mining industry. Our clients depend upon Harvey Norman Commercial to supply the best range, the best service and the best prices. We have an exciting opportunity at our Taren Point office for a motivated and driven Full Time Contracts Administrator. You will be assisting the Contracts Manager with reviewing and negotiating Contracts Supply Agreements with our large project customers in the Building Industry. You will on occasions, and in the absence of the Contracts Manager, be obligated to communicate contractual changes to stakeholders. Responsibilities Report directly to the Group Contracts Manager and assist where required. Work closely with the Group Operations Manager, Credit Manager, Departmental Sales Managers and Sales Representatives to successfully evaluate contracts and associated legal documents. Assist with the review of documentation for protection of the company™s contractual position and adherence to company policy Identify (and negotiate when required to do so by the Contracts Manager) key risk areas in contractual terms conditions. Manage record keeping for all contract related correspondence and documentation. Assist with contract related issue resolution when directed by Contracts Manager, both internally and externally. Ability to provide, understand andor seek Legal advice on any legal documents used in relation to this business. Assist with advice to senior management of any and all contractual rights, obligations and provide interpretations of terms and conditions. Assist in monitoring and documenting site safety and quality for our project delivery and installation divisions. Overseeing the setting up of new sub-accounts, lodgment of monthly progress claims, monitoring and control of contract debtors, account reconciliations and collection of Retention monies. Oversight of sub-contractors accreditations to ensure all documentation is current. Supervise and assist existing staff members with their duties, responsibilities and understanding of contractual requirements. Requirements Formal education in Legal Profession, Project Management or Contract Administration preferred. At least 2 years previous experience in a similar role Effective communication with Contracts Manager, Customers, Suppliers, Reps, Senior Management and staff. Great accuracy and attention to detail “ ability to conduct Legal WHS research quickly and efficiently. Great oral and written communication skills Good WHS knowledge Demonstrated negotiation and problem solving skills Ability to meet project objectives within designated constraints. Team commitment with strong teambuilding skills. Some form of relevant Legal qualification would be desirable Remuneration will be commensurate to each individual™s qualifications, experience and suitability. Current Drivers Licence and your own Motor Vehicle would be advantageous If you feel you fit the above criteria, please submit your resume for consideration.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Traineeship

    Business Traineeship Just left school and looking to kick-start your career? We are looking for a well-spoken, professionally presented, and highly driven candidate who is eager to develop their skills, start their career, and obtain a Certificate III in Business through a 12 month hands on Business Traineeship within a leading research projects aimed at improving the health of millions of people worldwide based in Newtown. This is an exciting opportunity that will allow you to broaden your business experience and knowledge, and develop a rewarding career within a corporate environment with the support of a dedicated WPC Group mentor. In this role you will be support to the Executive Assistant. As you will be working alongside all the Managers and CEO™s of the business, you will need to have high attention to detail, great organisational skills and take instruction well. You will be performing general admin duties, some booking arrangements of travel once experienced and trained, assisting where necessary and being a general hand to the EA. This is a great opportunity for the right person to progress throughout the business. About you Highly reliable and punctual at all times A genuine interest in building your career within business Mature, well presented and well spoken Enthusiastic and passionate Strong written and verbal communication Strong work ethic and commitment to a 12 month Traineeship Eager to learn and develop a wide range of Business skills A great team worker Effective time management and organisational skills Benefits Full-time Monday to Friday role Gain a Nationally Recognised Qualification while you work Gain exposure to a corporate business environment Get paid to learn in an entry level role as a trainee Opportunity for future growth within the Business About us Established in 1982, WPC Group is one of Australias leading employers of apprentices and trainees. With an experienced mentor to support and guide you through, our aim is to see you succeed and confidently grow as a person and professional. WPC Group values and recognises diversity in the workplace. We are an equal opportunity employer and actively support applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply. We offer safe and inclusive working environments where you can learn, grow and achieve your career objectives. Apply now If this sounds like the opportunity youve been looking for then click the Apply button to submit your application. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For more information go to httpswww.wpcgroup.org.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Portfolio Coordinator

    Portfolio Coordinator Portfolio Coordinator A Fresh New Direction Full Time Based in Norwest, Bella Vista About Us At Woolworths, spreading the joy of food to our customers is the reason we do what we do. We live it, we breathe it. Woolworths offers real opportunities for career development, for those who love food and putting a smile on a customer™s face. So if you™re someone who leads by example and strives to be better every day, then we would love to hear from you. About the role As Portfolio Coordinator, you will support the successful delivery of priority Food and Group initiatives. This should be achieved through rigorous project management whilst building capabilities and a consistent project management framework across Food and Group. Reporting to the Head of Delivery Office, Food Group Customer Transformation, you will also be responsible for Partnering with multiple stakeholders including Strategy, Commercial, Project Leads, Culture and Change, Store Capacity and Finance on initiatives to support Delivery Office activities Managing the Delivery Office communication and reporting support Managing the project management tool (Sentient) for on-boarding, coaching and user administration, projectprogram data integrity and reporting Supporting in the embedding of consistent project management practices across Food Group and WOW Group Maintenance of Delivery Office Hub to ensure all information is up to date Portfolio support to Head of Delivery Office and Portfolio Manager with day to day activities Thinking outside the box for opportunities to improve the Food Delivery Office processes and reporting, collaborate with Group Reporting and analysing data to provide insights Conducting project health checks About You WOW people are great people. Whether we™re learning new things, seizing the initiative, or winning together our customers are at the heart of everything we do. If you™re the sort of individual who takes accountability and strives to always do the right thing for each other, our communities, our customers, and our business then we ought to connect. To be successful you will have 1-2 years in a PMO Programme support role Understanding awareness of waterfall and agile delivery frameworks Ability to interpret data and create reports graphs Advanced organising skills and follow through Ability to multitask and prioritise A high level of collaboration and a proven history of working with cross functional teams and build relationships The ability to work in a fast paced environment with a high level of ambiguity We™re social - connect with us at WOWcareers through LinkedIn LI, Facebook, Instagram or via www.wowcareers.com.au Sound like your next opportunity? Apply now or head along to www.wowcareers.com.au to discover more

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Warehouse and Logistics Administrator - Part time Contact

    Warehouse and Logistics Administrator - Part time Contact Johann Jacobs and Egbert Douwes didnt know where their journeys would lead them. They just believed that everyone deserved the coffee they love. And thats what we still stand for today. n this exciting role created through secondment, you will report to our Planning Specialist and be responsible for receiving our raw and packing materials, ensuring they are stored correctly and then post production, we need you to make sure they get to the right place This will include Transport documentation Logistics documentation Stocktakes Coordination between Manufacturing, Production, Quality, Supply Chain and others Liaising with our Distribution Centres and other partners Conducting regular cycle counts and stocktakes with the Service operators of all raw materials and report write-on and write-offs General administration To be successful in this role, you will need to possess the following skills and experience More than 2+ years general administration experience (ideally in transport, logistics or similar) Strong attention to detail Intermediate MS Excel skills SAP skills (preferred but not essential) Have the desire to learn and grow Outstanding written and verbal communication skills Patience Great team spirit Flexible and adaptable in your approach A passion for all things coffee What we can offer 25 hours per week spread across 4 or 5 days Contract role - anticipated dates from 1 July 2019 to 31 Jan 2020 Intensive induction, training and support Global organisation with long history that we are proud of and a future we™re excited to be creating An opportunity to be a part of millions of people™s lives by putting the coffee cup at the centre of the conversation At JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS we can offer you the opportunity to join a highly successful global, yet local, coffee company at an exciting time. We are privately owned with big ambitions. When we grow, you grow. If you have a thirst to be part of this journey you will be exposed to the full spectrum of your field of work. We value potential and create opportunities. We also have the basics covered including an appealing remuneration and a suite of benefits, some of which may include Employee Assistance Program, wellbeing programs, free products, additional leave for you to volunteer or move house, paid parental leave, additional superannuation options, access to professional training and facilities, rewards and recognition programs, option to purchase additional leave, summer hours and so much more We are proud of our collaborative company culture and operate with a team of dedicated professional individuals who share the company strategy and vision. We are an equal opportunity employer and believe that Diversity whether that be gender, cultural or generational diversity enhances our workplaces. Please be advised that shortlisted candidates may be required to undertake pre-employment medical and background screening including reference checks. If you fit the above description apply online today, or contact Ali Barfoot, Talent Acquisition Manager on +61 2 9551 3423 if you have any questions.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Accounts /Office Clerk

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Operational Support Officer

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer

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  • Junior Administrator - Entry Level

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    location George St, Burwood NSW 2134, Australia


  • Support Officer - Clerk Grade 1/2 - 176664

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

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    location Rotary Athletics Field, Lane Cove North NSW 2066, Australia


  • Part Time Administration Assistant

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  • Administration Coordinator

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant - Business Support

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    location Birrong NSW 2143, Australia


  • Regulatory Support Officer

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • ACC&R Community Administration Supervisor (Administrative Of...

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Ambulatory Care Business Unit - Administrative Officer (Leve...

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Team Assistant

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Regulatory Support Officer

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Education Support Officer, Clerk Grade 7/8 - 203907

    The Disability and Inclusion Program provides funding and support to enable children with disability and additional needs in community preschools to participate...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Warehouse Administration Assistant

    This is a hands on role co-ordinating our warehouse activities and also undertaking some office administration duties....

    location Sydenham Green, Railway Rd, Sydenham NSW 2044, Australia


  • Regulatory Support Officer

    This position requires the preferred candidate to undergo a Criminal History Records check. Further information regarding the requirements of this role can be...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Development Administrator

    Business Development Administrator ClearView has been helping Australians achieve their financial goals for over 40 years. We are dedicated to helping our customers build their wealth through premium financial advice such as investments, super solutions and life insurance in order to protect their family. We have an exciting opportunity to join our Distributions team. We are currently looking for a Business Development Associate who will be providing support to the Business Development Managers in all areas of administration, marketing support, quote preparation, casesuspense management, adviser queries, and other tasks as required to retain and grow the existing client base and meet team sales targets. Key Responsibilities Preparation of regular reports for key internal and external stakeholders Assist BDMs with activity planning and tracking Database management for BDMs Handle Adviser administration issues and escalations Provide product information to Advisers Maintain and order promotional material Coordinate travel arrangements and booking venues Management of BDM diaries, including appointment scheduling General administration support to all Distribution staff In order to be successful, you will need 2+ years experience in an administration or similar role Experience in life insurance or financial services industry preferred Ability to liaise with all levels of staff, and assist with Adviser queries Strong computer skills (i.e. Word Excel) Ability to prioritise workload and proactively assist with sales We are an innovative culture where ideas are welcomed and results are recognised. Join us and you will be joining a group of like-minded, passionate people who turn up every day to share, help and be better than yesterday...together If this position sounds like the next step in your career then we would love to hear from you

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Communications and Administrative Assistant

    Communications and Administrative Assistant Permanent full time part time 70,485.00 per annum (pro-rata if part time) + Superannuation + Christmas shut down The New South Wales Nurses and Midwives™ Association (NSWNMA) in association with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation New South Wales Branch (ANMF NSW Branch) seeks a Communications and Administrative Assistant to join our Strategic Industrial and Bargaining Team (SIBT). We™re prepared to consider both full time and part time applicants to find the right person if part time we are seeking 20-28 hours per week spread over three or four days. This position delivers a vital part of our campaigning work by creating engaging communications and delivering administrative support to team members. Selection criteria The incumbent will most likely hold or be working towards a qualification in marketing administration with a communications focus, or similar. If you have the following skills, we would like to hear from you Desktop publishing skills experience with the Microsoft Office suite, including advanced-level Word, intermediate Excel, Powerpoint. Knowledge of Adobe products useful. Ability to source digital images appropriate to provided content Experience with social media platforms including Facebook Good eye for detail for proof-reading and grammar correction Good communication and time management skills A problem solver and someone who enjoys teamwork How to apply Apply for this position online - httpswww.nswnma.asn.auapply-here In your application, please address each point of the selection criteria found in the Communications and Administrative Assistant Position Description - httpswww.nswnma.asn.auwp-contentuploads201905Final-PD-Communications-Admin-Assistant-SIBT1-August-2016-FT-PT.pdf NSWNMAANMF NSW Branch is an Equal Opportunity Employer that fosters a diverse workplace. Applications close Sunday 2 June 2019

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • GROUP SUPPORT OFFICER - SPECIAL PROJECTS, PROPERTY AND BUILDINGS

    GROUP SUPPORT OFFICER - SPECIAL PROJECTS, PROPERTY AND BUILDINGS Norwest Business Park Location Development Opportunities An opportunity exists for an individual who is motivated and organised to join Special Projects, Property and Buildings team. The Hills Shire Council is customer focused, performance driven and one of the most financially stable councils in NSW. We encourage innovation and continuous improvement to deliver quality services and infrastructure to our community. We are seeking someone who has a proactive approach and a positive attitude to provide support to the Manager and business unit with secretarial and administrative services. The successful candidate will have a flexible and adaptable approach to their work and share our team™s commitment to providing value to our customers, approaching tasks enthusiastically and working together as a team. The successful candidate will have Higher School Certificate, Certificate IV in Business Administration or equivalent qualifications Good verbal, written and interpersonal skills Proficient in Microsoft Packages Highly proficient clerical and administration skills C Motor Vehicle Licence This is a permanent full time role (35 hours per week) Position No. S0928 - Salary Range 62,337 - 67,529 pa + Superannuation Please submit your application online at www.thehills.nsw.gov.au by 5pm Tuesday 4 June 2019. For further information please refer to the Role Statement. Preferred candidates for this position will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical including a drug and alcohol screening, criminal history check and psychometric assessment. Council is committed to providing a safe, accessible and inclusive workplace for all. If you require additional support or any reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process, please let us know during the application process. Recruitment Agencies The Hills Shire Council does recruitment in-house and therefore does not accept unsolicited resumes or appreciate unsolicited calls from recruitment agencies.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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