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  • Plant Administrator

    Plant Administrator WHAT WE DO Diona is an award-winning business built on a solid reputation and more than 38 years™ experience. We are specialists in cable laying installations, water, sewer and gas pipelines, as well as drainage and concrete construction. Our services encompass every aspect of utility infrastructure design and construction. WHY DIONA? We provide a diverse and inclusive work environment and as our most valuable asset we invest in our employees™ personal and professional growth. We provide a range of benefits including Ongoing professional development, on the job training and study support Leadership and mentoring programs Paid parental leave Purchased leave Salary continuance insurance Flexible working options Professional memberships and subscriptions Competitive remuneration packages Generous employee referral incentives A host of health and wellbeing benefits WHAT YOU™LL DO We have an exciting opportunity available for a Plant Administrator. The successful candidate will Respond and close out incoming requests in the plant email and formworker systems. Liaise with Workshop, Yard Staff and Truck Drivers to allocate plant to site OnOff Hire Plant in COINS Allocate truck drivers times to jobs accurately Manage insurance claims and fines for company vehiclesplant Issue equipment as required (Vehicle, PPE, E-Tag, Fuel Card) Record keeping as required (Maintenance records etc) Issue paperwork to sites as required WHO YOU ARE To qualify and succeed in this role, the successful candidate will Have excellent organisational skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work seamlessly with internal stakeholders of all levels. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft (Word Excel) Office software Be proactive in identifying areas of improvement Have the ability to be flexible think on their feet WHAT NOW? If you are looking for your next challenge APPLY NOW or contact Ciaran McGreevy on 02 8405 1575 for more information. diona.com.aucareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Care & Customer Support

    About the business Since its establishment in 1993 the Casey Centres vision has been to provide opportunities for people to discover what will positively transform their lives. We believe that we all deserve and can achieve anything that we desire. We also believe that to achieve this, it takes determination and action. About the role In this fulltime role, you will be responsible for rostering of services, filling shifts when required and confirming timesheets for accuracy and payment. You will be responsible for supporting a work environment that supports all individuals with consideration and acceptance. You will be responsible for maintaining Stakeholder relationships, through maintaining quality standards, WHS and compliance, as well as the performance of the service and care teams. Benefits and perks What we will offer you Full-time position Local work in Liverpool “ no need to travel into the city Excellent working conditions and environment Monday to Thursday, 8am to 4.30pm Friday, 8.30am to 4pm “ Rostered Day Off every 8 weeks A fun, supportive working environment team Opportunities for personal and professional development Skills and experience Essential Strong work ethic Customer service experience Excellent communication skills especially on the phone Intermediate computer skills Positive, solution focussed attitude Ability to meet deadlines and prioritise tasks Ability to work autonomously and take a proactive approach

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant (Equipment Supply) - NSW

    Administration Assistant (Equipment Supply) - NSW Administration Assistant (Equipment Supply) - NSW 6 Month Fixed Term Contract Join Australia™s largest retailer Sydney (Norwest) based About Us Founded in 1924, Woolworths Group is Australias largest retailer with more than 3,500 stores across Australia and New Zealand that span food, drinks, petrol, general merchandise and hotels. The Woolworths Group is a proud, home-grown Australian business, employer of more than 205,000 people and a committed business partner of many thousand local farmers, producers and manufacturers. At Woolworths, spreading the joy of food to our customers is the reason we do what we do. We live it and we breathe it. If you™re someone who leads by example and strives to be better every day, then we would love to hear from you. The Role In this data focused role, you will provide administration support to our Equipment Logistics and Equipment Purchasing areas to assist in an effective and efficient Supply Chain. Responsibilities include Reviewing, distribution and processing of a high volume of complex logistics invoices Liaising with vendors Maintenance, uploading and review of reports Administering equipment orders Executing store to store transfers Equipment purchasing following ad-hoc requests Who we™re looking for We™re looking for someone who is data and process driven, has a passion for data entry and has strong engagement skills to work with our vendors. We™re also looking for Experience in a Supply Chain environment Knowledge of Purchasing, Logistics and Supply Chain Solid administration experience Intermediate to Advanced MS Suite skills, in particular with MS Excel A knowledge and understanding of SAP or another purchasing tool Experience working with databases Excellent communication and engagement skills Strong data entry skills and accuracy An ability to work autonomously A high level of organisational, time management prioritisation skills Experience working within the FMCGRetail environment an advantage Why you™ll love it here In addition to this exciting role, these are some of the great benefits we offer Located in Bella Vista, we have great head office facilities including free parking, on-site gym, sports courts, cafeteria, a metro store and exciting activities throughout the week An attractive remuneration package Opportunity to collaborate with some of the brightest and best minds in the Australian retail industry Tech options - Woolworths is the largest employer of Google Apps in Australia, are early adopters of Agile and have BYOD options too If this sounds like you and you want to be part of one of the most exciting journeys in Australian retail, apply now We value diversity and aim to create a vibrant and inclusive workforce which reflects the communities we serve. If you meet a number of the requirements (and not all), we encourage you to submit your application. We™re also social - connect with us at WOWcareers through LinkedIn LI, Facebook 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


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant An exciting opportunity exists to learn, grow and develop your accounting skills with an ambitious innovative company. We are seeking an Administration Assistant with a positive and flexible approach, and a great eye for detail. SpeeDx Pty Ltd is a dynamic, rapidly growing company with a strong portfolio of technology at the cutting edge of molecular diagnostics. Our well-equipped offices and laboratories are centrally located at the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh (Sydney) and are easily accessible by rail. Reporting to the Finance Manager, your responsibilities in this varied and rewarding role will include Your primary responsibility will involve Manage incoming calls Record details of inquiries, comments and complaints. Liaising with internal and external stakeholders Arranging for domestic and overseas freight Responsible for generating purchase orders for local and overseas suppliers Assist in processing accounts payable invoices and expense claims Assisting with accounts receivable Assist staff in conference and travel arrangements. Assist in yearly auditing process. Assist in monthly corporate credit card reconciliation. Co-ordinate IT services and maintenance of mobile plans. Keeping stock of and ordering replenishment of office consumables and staff amenities. Filing, organisation and upkeep of financial documents. General day to day office administration Other duties as required To be considered for this, your key attributes will include Excellent organisational and communication skills Ability to work independently, and as a part of a team Excellent attention to detail and a hands-on approach A positive, can-do attitude Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office Excel Experience in SAP or any other ERP- preferred but not essential This is a 12 months full-time contract position potentially to extend and the salary is negotiable depending on experience. Only people with valid working rights in Australia will be considered for this role. If you believe you fulfil the criteria, please email your CV and accompanying cover letter and include in the subject the job title Administration Assistant to hrspeedx.com.au. Applications must be received by Aug 31st 2019. Recruitment agents - Please note that we do not require any assistance. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be considered 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 experience in a data entry role? Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel? Whats your highest level of education?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant About Us SG Fleet Group Limited is a leading provider of integrated mobility solutions, including fleet management, vehicle leasing and salary packaging services. SG Fleet has a presence across Australia, as well as in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. The success of our business begins and ends with our people. As an organisation with over 700 employees working at the forefront of the fleet management and leasing industry, we believe our people are the key determinant of our continuing success and instrumental in making SG Fleet a great company. We are a global organisation, large enough to offer our employees a career that is motivating and full of opportunities and small enough to know and care about our people. In this varied role you will be responsible for reimbursing and processing customer expenses. This includes verifying expenses, quality checking tax invoicesreceipts, liaising with customers, processing EFT payments and direct supplier payments as well as performing cash forecast assessments. Your New Role Assessing and processing expense claims in a timely and accurate manner Responding to client and internal claim enquiries Meeting individual and team KPIs and Provide support to Operations team. About You General administrative and data entry skills Customer service experience Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (particularly Excel) and Possesses attributes of good character, diligence, honesty, integrity and judgement. Our Culture When we add a new member to the sgfleet family we look for people who embody our values Trust, Collaboration, Innovation and Excellence and are keen to grow and develop with us. Our added benefits include onsite Pilates and fitness classes, a full calendar of events with many celebrations throughout the year, fitness passport, paid parental leave, flexible work arrangements, and access to salary packaging and a range of discounts on cars and car servicing. If youre looking for a fun work environment that offers work-life balance, career development and ongoing opportunities, then we would love to hear from you. Read more about our company and what we do at www.sgfleet.com sgfleet is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone to our team Please note, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a police check. To apply please click on the Apply button below and complete our online application form.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Our company provides home based occupational therapy services to clients of all ages. We work closely with other allied health services, medical practitioners, community and not-for-profit organisations to ensure the coordination of quality care and best practice intervention. As Administration Officer you will be accountable for the efficient and smooth running of the customer service, accounts and administrative functions of the business. Essential Criteria Certificate III or IV in Business and Office Administration, Diploma or similar. Minimum 3 years full time administration experience. Experience in providing exceptional, friendly and client centered customer service. Experience working in a practice, small business or similar, with demonstrated experience in using clinician software applications and of information systems technology. High level computer literacy with well-developed skills in Microsoft Office programs Solid experience in accounts receivables, accounts payable. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal) with the ability to take initiative, be innovative and solve problems in a professional and approachable manner. Able to work both independently and as part of a team, with a flexible and self-motivated approach to work and the ability to accept responsibility and take ownership to achieve outcomes. Aptitude for continuous process improvement during rapid business growth. Remuneration will be based on experience under the Health Professional and Support Services Modern Award. For further information in relation to the core functions of this role, please contact Angela on 02 4340 0883. The role is to commence November 2019. If you have the necessary experience and personality to be a valuable addition to our team, we look forward to hearing from you.

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Pallet Admin

    Pallet Admin Western Suburbs Monday to Friday 9am-5pm Temp on going- Potential to become permanent Immediate start available Our client is a reputable, National Supply Chain Organisation and they are currently seeking an administration professional with strong analysis skills. This is a great opportunity to join a progressive and innovative leader in Logistics. Due to new business acquisition a fantastic opportunity exists for an experienced Pallet AdminController to join this busy distribution center. Our client operates a multi-client, third party logistics facility and as Inventory Controller you will play a pivotal part in ensuring customer service levels are maintained. Key responsibilities of the role include Ensure effective pallet movement paperwork Review and ensure accuracy of all pallet movement Weekly Monthly reporting Populate data into Excel Spreadsheets Processing transfers and corrections General customer inquiries and investigations Processing returned stock and credits Cycle counting To be considered for this role you will possess Previous Pallet Admin experience SAP System Experience (Highly desirable) Hands on experience with warehouse management systems Intermediate MS word and excel skills The ability to work well in a fast-paced environment Strong multitasking capabilities This is your chance to get a foot in the door with an Industry Leader and potentially forge a long-term career. Apply Now ashleyservicesgroup.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Technical Support Coordinator

    Technical Support Coordinator The Company Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and multi-industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. Our 135,000 employees create intelligent buildings, efficient energy solutions, integrated infrastructure and next-generation transportation systems that work seamlessly together to deliver on the promise of smart cities and communities. Our commitment to sustainability dates back to our roots in 1885, with the invention of the first electric room thermostat. We are committed to helping our customers win and creating greater value for all of our stakeholders through a strategic focus on our buildings and energy growth platforms. For additional information, please visit www.johnsoncontrols.com or follow us johnsoncontrols on Twitter. About the role To conduct administrative support and ownership of the fire alarm monitoring - false alarm procedure, consisting of customer service, conflict resolution, database updates, consultation with Fire Brigades and development of the existing process. Roles and Responsibilities Primary Point of contact for customers in relation to False Alarm enquiries General Admin duties in relation to False Alarms Invoicing procedures for ACT NSW fire alarms are complying with ADT™s standards Responsible for running the daily fire alarm reports Set up and maintenance of new accounts Lodging of fire alarm waiver applications waiver appeals with Fire Rescue Processing of waiver and account credits Requesting of Incident Reports from Fire Rescue Liaising with Fire Rescue Customer contacts updates for Commercial Corporate customers Responsible for customer contacts action queue Corporate customers end of month reports Reports Information requested by Sale Representative Ensure high levels of customer service satisfaction Ensure quick and effective response to customer problems Check all data entry is accurate and records are up-to-date Other duties that may be requested by the manager Qualifications AdministrationSecretarial qualifications or at least 2 years™ experience in an invoicing or coordination or administration role Knowledge and Experience PC knowledge Skills including Microsoft Word, Excel. Mastermind Software experience desirable. Demonstrated track record working in a team environment or invoicingadministration role. Excellent communications skills Excellent co-ordination time management skills Attention to detail Accurate data entry skills Benefits Permanent full-time opportunity A global organization with opportunities for career progression How to Apply Click on the APPLY button to submit your application in confidence. Johnson Controls Master Security Licence 404945334 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? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Part Time Administration Clerk

    Part Time Administration Clerk About Us Beiersdorf Australia and New Zealand works within the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) industry in the area of skin care. We are closely aligned to a leading international branded goods company, Beiersdorf AG (Germany). We complete across various branded goods categories. Our brands are NIVEA and NIVEA Men “ you will know these brands as trusted household names and will find the products in homes all over Australia and New Zealand, and indeed the world. Our commitment to our Company Values, ensures the high standard of our products, our commitment to the environment, our dedication to our customers and care of our employees. About the Role You will be joining a friendly and fervent team who are looking for a self-motivated and experienced Administration Clerk to join on a part-time basis, approximately 10 hours over two days between Monday and Wednesday). This is a newly created role based at North Ryde, and provides free on-site parking in the heart of the busy Macquarie Park business centre. The role will include but is not limited to Organising inbound and outbound mail Scanning and uploading documents Social Media Tagging and Uploading into CRS Monthly stocktake Taking calls during lunch breaks and meetings Update and maintain CIM handbook Taking part in team meeting. The Successful candidate will Have great attention to detail Feel comfortable following a set procedure and equally willing to discover room for improvement of those procedures Be an enthusiastic and engaging member of the team Have some experience in a similar administration role Be flexible when the time calls and easily able to prioritise tasks More About Us We have a passionate workforce, with great people coming together to work with some of the world™s best known household skin care brands. Combine this with the fact that our Company Values underpin everything we do, and you get a really special place to work. At Beiersdorf we work hard, but have a lot of fun doing it Our unique company culture provides the foundation for you to be part of a fun, collaborative team, and grow both personally and professionally. The role will be located at our modern Macquarie Park premises with free onsite parking and onsite Gym If this sounds like the job for you, apply today. Beiersdorf is an equal opportunity employer that offers an excellent working environment and generous employee benefits. Agencies need not apply For more information regarding Beiersdorf, please visit our website on www.beiersdorf.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


  • Junior Medical Administrative Assistant/All-Rounder

    This role would suit someone who is very active, personable and willing to learn. Previous experience in a medical practice is not required as you will be trained on the job. Attention to detail is a must Tasks include Matching patients reports and films and bagging Filing Attending to patients Faxing Banking Post Doctors lunches Some data entry

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Scientific Administration Assistant

    Scientific Administration Assistant Why join Westmead Fertility Centre? We believe all Australians should have access to high quality fertility treatment at an affordable price. We have a proven track record of helping couples and individuals achieve their dream of becoming parents since 1984. As we are owned by the University of Sydney, our patients benefit from the latest research and scientific expertise. About the role We are currently seeking an exceptional communicator to act as the key administrative contact For WFCs patients having a frozen embryo transfer cycle, and To provide administrative support to WFCs scientific team. This role will see you support patients through their frozen embryo transfer cycle, liaising with their Fertility Specialist and our in-house experts to deliver care. You will manage all patient enquiries, leading patients with empathy through their treatment and take the lead in resolution of any emerging issues. Delivery of professional administrative support with a high attention to detail and commitment to confidentiality, are key to the success of this role. Capability to effectively plan and prioritise workload, to follow policy and protocols, and to ensure efficient workflow management is essential. Hours This role is offered 76 hours over 2 weeks with the expectation of participation in the weekend roster. Over a 2 week pay cycle you will work 36 hours across Monday to Friday in week 1 and 3 hours worked on Saturday and 1 hour worked on Sunday. 36 hours across Monday to Friday in In week 2. Apply now If you have highly developed interpersonal skills and a keen interest in the provision of exceptional patient care through high standard, quality customer service exercised with empathy then please apply today. 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? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant - copy

    Administration Assistant - copy Mirvac Retail is the market leader in creating value for our customers. We do this by working collaboratively to deliver bold and innovative retail experiences across our portfolio of bespoke urban assets. We currently have a new and exciting opportunity for an internal team member to further their career within Mirvac and to work in our highly successful Retail division. This opportunity is based at Cherrybrook Village in north-west Sydney. Reporting to the Centre Manager, the Administration Assistant role will be the face of the Centre and the administration expert, communicating comprehensive information and knowledge about the assets offers and events, along with providing proactive and efficient administrative support to the Centre management team. It will be an opportunity to utilise your passion for helping others to deliver exceptionally memorable and rewarding experiences to our retailers, operators, customers, guests and communities. Responsibilities of the role Ensure the customer experience is encompassed in all aspects of the role and the asset™s offering. Actively manage the reception area to ensure all customers and guests are welcomed and consistently provided with energetic, efficient and memorable experience. Proactively maintaining high quality asset presentation standards, with a presence in the mall area. Provide secretarial and administration support to the Management Team. Manage the community Pop Up Leasing function within the Centre including production of Licence Agreements, collection of fees and monitoring of displays. Petty cash management and reconciliation. Accounts payable “ assist with processing invoices and raising purchase orders. Maintenance and collection of retailer and commercial tenant public liability insurance records. General tasks “ mail collection, stationery orders, take meeting minutes, monthly expense reports, catering, maintain contact database etc. Assist the marketing team with monthly sales collection. Answering incoming calls and responding to customer enquires. The ideal candidate will possess Experience in a customer service environment, preferably in a retail setting No less than 12 months experience in an administrative role Polished presentation, a friendly customer-focused attitude and excellent communication skills are essential as the role is based on Reception answering phones and attending to walk-in enquiries Strong administration, computer literacy and organisational skills are essential. Strong time management skills and ability to work autonomously Effective and efficient written and verbal communication skills Previous experience with shopping centre admin systems will be highly regarded If you are interested in being considered for this diverse, rewarding and challenging opportunity at Mirvac please apply with your current resume. Disclaimer As part of our standard recruitment and selection practice at Mirvac, all positions will require successful applicants to complete and satisfy all background checking conditions as a condition of employment. Depending on the position, background checking may include Criminal History, Bankruptcy, Qualifications, Pre-employment Medical, Right to Work and Current Former Employment.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Nexgen Reception & Administration

    Nexgen Reception Administration About Us Nexgen Australia is one of Australia™s fastest growing Telecommunication companies. Now in our 10th year and we are looking for an Administration Assistant to join our growing team. As a team we strive to be bold and innovative, without the boundaries that traditional practices experience whilst at the same time upholding the utmost ethical and moral principles. About the Opportunity We are a young, vibrant and energetic work environment and are looking for someone with a positive can-do attitude. Naturally you will have excellent communication skills, be organised and ready for a challenge. As a key part of the Team you will provide support to all aspects of the business from QA to finance to sales and marketing. The role Reception and administrative duties Assist our insolvency teams with reports, incoming and outgoing mail, filingscanning Arrange monthly meetings including minute taking and distribution of meeting packs Liaising with external client and internal stakeholders Organise team building events Assist Marketing team in organising client events and adhoc tasks Maintain presentation of our office Secretarial duties including booking flights and accommodation for team members The successful candidate will havebe Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) Excellent time management skills Highly organised, strong attention to detail, forward-thinking and the ability to work autonomously and use initiative Ability to think creatively and outside the box Ability to multitask and think independently Team player Motivated and dedicated to the task at hand Have advanced Microsoft office skills Have strong attention to detail Ability to organise and prioritise workload 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


  • JUNIOR ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT

    This role would suit someone with a friendly and positive attitude that is seeking a fast paced and varied position. This is a new role and the successful applicant will need to be adaptable to changing tasks and provide administrative support to a busy team. The ability to deliver high standards of customer service is essential as are fluent English, both written and spoken. Main Tasks Answering incoming calls Provide exceptional customer service through outgoing customer contact Responding to emails and processing requests Document management Provide Team support Processing incoming and outgoing mail General administrative duties including data entry, scanning, ordering supplies To be successful in this position you will need Excellent communication skills, both written and spoken Intermediate Microsoft Office and Computer skills Flexible and adaptable to changing systems and processes Great organisational skills and attention to detail Problem solving skills A happy and friendly personality Reliability and enthusiasm A can do attitude Case Management, Personal Insurance or Pharmacy experience desirable but not essential This position will be CBD based, full-time, Monday to Friday. Please include a cover letter specifically addressing the above criteria. For further information please contact Taylor Proberts on 02 9262 2011 or e-mail askclaimspharmacy.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? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Supporter Care

    Supporter Care Beaumont People are seeking candidates to do short- and long-term assignments throughout Sydney. We are looking for well-presented and hard-working candidates with strong communication skills to work in a wide range of not-for-profit organisations. Main Duties of the positions Working on charity specific databases Providing administrative support to the team, customer service and data entry Communicating with donors over the phone Supporting fundraising, marketing and events teams HR and Finance support Office management and EAPA roles Responding to verbal and written requests and general queries Office support to wonderful teams throughout Sydney Key Requirements Previous administrationcustomer service experience Experience in Microsoft Office Exceptional communication skills Professional presentation Ability to problem-solve and multi task Benefits Gain experience in the not for profit sector Give back to the community and work with a variety of worthwhile causes Make a real difference How to apply If you are interested in this position, please submit your application immediately through the apply now function. Please include your home address on your application. If you need to ask any further questions, please call Melanie or Annabelle on 02 9279 2777. Working holiday visa encourages to apply. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Annabelle Stuart 02 9093 4911 Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships, Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Supporter Care

    Supporter Care Beaumont People are seeking candidates to do short- and long-term assignments throughout Sydney. We are looking for well-presented and hard-working candidates with strong communication skills to work in a wide range of not-for-profit organisations. Main Duties of the positions Working on charity specific databases Providing administrative support to the team, customer service and data entry Communicating with donors over the phone Supporting fundraising, marketing and events teams HR and Finance support Office management and EAPA roles Responding to verbal and written requests and general queries Office support to wonderful teams throughout Sydney Key Requirements Previous administrationcustomer service experience Experience in Microsoft Office Exceptional communication skills Professional presentation Ability to problem-solve and multi task Benefits Gain experience in the not for profit sector Give back to the community and work with a variety of worthwhile causes Make a real difference How to apply If you are interested in this position, please submit your application immediately through the apply now function. Please include your home address on your application. If you need to ask any further questions, please call Melanie or Annabelle on 02 9279 2777. Working holiday visa encourages to apply. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Annabelle Stuart 02 9093 4911 Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Customer Fulfilment Coordinator - Greystanes

    Looking for your next challenge? Want a challenging role where no 2 days will be the same? Yes? Look no further we have the role for you About Us AutoNexus is part of the global Inchcape Group of companies offering smart automotive solutions to the OEM and fleet markets. With a focus on customer service and quality our niche, agile and personalised service offerings are tailored to meet our customers needs. With a national footprint throughout Australia, we are a leading player in the automotive services and logistics industry providing vehicle fleet conversations, fleet refurbishment and maintenance, AutoGold aftermarket products, vehicle logistics, parts warehousing along with distribution and inventory management services to some of the worlds most iconic automotive brands. About the Role We are currently seeking an enthusiastic individual to join the team as a Customer Fulfillment Coordinator. A key requirement will be to develop and maintain appropriate customer information in support of the national customer requirements. This role will also be responsible for the coordination of deal to delivery process up to arrival at the dealership. Further to the above the key duties and responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following Prompt and effective follow-up and response to internal and external customers enquires and concerns Coordinate incoming complaints including allocating the complaints to the appropriate department for investigation and tracking resolution times Check on requests from Retail and provide reports to challenge dealerships on open opportunities Active connector to look for alternative solutions in case of issues and advise all sides of the business Respond to general customer enquiries for major customers Manage, assist and solve customer related transit damage as per company procedure, and record and report as appropriate Maintain the administrative component of the incident reporting system (AIMS) Collection of requirement and priority setting within compound(s) Communication to all stakeholders and involved parties with regards to capacity and balancing related topics Point of contact for resolution of issues related to vehicle delivery to dealerships About You To be successful you will possess the following Minimum 2 years customer service experience Knowledge of operational vehicle and retail dynamics Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Computer literacy skills - Microsoft Office applications with intermediate excel skills Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Why AutoNexus Great remuneration package and incentives Continuously growing global company Company vehicle lease program Career Development opportunities If you would like to join the AutoNexus Team and think you meet the above criteria, please apply. Please note that only short listed candidate will be contacted. We take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in working a AutoNexus. The application form will include these questions Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? What is your expected annual salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant | Part-Time | 3 days a week

    Administration Assistant Part-Time 3 days a week Our client is an Industry-leading business, supplying a range of high-quality mechanical products to a global market. This well-established and thriving organisation are based in Western Sydney and have a proud history of manufacturing on-site for almost 50 years. After experiencing solid and consistent growth, and forecasting to continue this growth well into the future, they have a newly created position for a Part-Time Administration Assistant to join their high functioning support team 3 days a week. The role will be based in their newly renovated Head Office, with secure parking on-site and located close to public transport links, shops and cafes. Reporting to the Business Services Manager, this varied role will be supporting the Managing Director and the wider business with a range of Administrative functions. Your key responsibilities will include General Reception duties Raising and monitoring Purchase Orders HR Administration Executive support to the MD Customer Service and providing support to the Service and Sales Managers™ Preparing presentations and reports for senior managers Assisting with Accounts Payable and Receivable Travel and Accommodation bookings and Event Management as required To be successful in this role, you will be a passionate, energetic and versatile professional with Previous experience in a similar role ideally within the Manufacturing Industry Exceptional communications skills and the ability to engage with, and influence stakeholders at all levels of business A hands-on approach and the ability to roll your sleeves up and take ownership of your position Please apply directly by hitting the apply tab or if you would like to have a confidential chat regarding this or any other position please contact Kaeley Smith on 02 8896 6038 or kaeleynicriel.com.au Follow us on LinkedIn and Like us on Facebook for regular updates.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • NDIS Admin Support Officer

    About the business oapl is the largest prosthetic and orthotic provider in Australia with over 30 years of experience servicing hospitals, medical and allied health professionals around the country. Whether treating patients in our clinics, or innovating the latest in medical technology, our mission is to improve lives and assist all Australians to enjoy active and independent lifestyles. About the role This is a newly created position for an exceptional admin professional who is looking for a rewarding role that they can walk into and really make their own The NDIS Admin Support Officer will be responsible for providing administrative support to our clinicians for the effective coordination and completion of NDIS services to our patients. This includes, but not limited to being the primary point of contact for all NDIS related enquiries for key internal and external stakeholders, including assisting new and existing participants. Benefits and perks Located centrally in Alexandria within a brand new facility with close proximity to public transport. Hours of work Monday - Thursday 7.30am - 4.30pm Friday 7.30am - 2.00pm We also offer Flexible work hours Discounted gym memberships Opportunities for training and development Corporate health benefits Discounted travel benefits Access to corporate share scheme Skills and experience Demonstrate exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively communicate in both written and verbal context with key internal and external stakeholders. Be a highly self-motivated individual who has the demonstrated ability to work autonomously, as well as part of a larger team. Strong computer literacy skills with an emphasis on database entry management with a high level of attention to detail. Be a fast learner with the ability to be open to, adapt to and implement new processes and change. Strong organisational skills with proven ability to independently plan, manage prioritise a busy workload. A background or experience with the NDIS or medical admin experience is desirable, however candidates that can display an exceptional administrative skill set will be considered for the position. If you think you meet the above criteria and would excel in this role please click the Apply button. Please include a cover letter outlining your interest in the role as well as a resume with your application. Applications close Tuesday Aug 27th with interviews to be conducted shortly thereafter. Please direct further questions about the role to NSW Practice Manager - Erin Boustani erinboapl.com.au Please note due to the volume of applicants, only short-listed candidates 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? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administration Assistant

    Leading Truck and Dog company in Revesby is looking for a strong switched on person to join our team at Metro to fill the administration assistant role. You will need your own vehicle as we are not located near transport. There is a lot of diversity in this role and we really need someone who can cope under pressure, who is energetic and switched on. It is a family run business and you will be treated as a prominent member of the team. We are hoping to engage someone who will grow with the business and rise up to the many challenges and job roles. Initially a casual position for first 3 months then may become permanent part time. 24 hours per week some extra days as required. About the Role and General rundown of expectations Lots of Filing General Office Duties Work Docket Matching Data Entry Assist all staff members with support Grow in your job title and description Photocopying Scanning Upkeep and maintenance of filing systems You MUST HAVE Your own car Basic Microsoft and Computer Experience Common Sense Experience preferred but happy to train a switched on person Immediate Start preferred. When sending your resume please include a cover letter detailing your available start date and expected remuneration. Please forward your resume and cover letter to hrmetrotipperhire.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? Whats your expected hourly rate? Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer - Opal Wallgrove

    Administration Officer - Opal Wallgrove At Opal Aged Care, we know that companies don™t succeed, people do. Our purpose is to bring joy to those we care for and our values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence reflect that CARE is at the heart of everything we do. About Opal Wallgrove Conveniently located in Lakemba, New South Wales, at Opal Wallgrove our focus is always on providing an inviting atmosphere for all our residents and families. Main Duties will include Receptionist duties Rostering and recruitment duties Managing personal files of team members and residents Checking timesheets against rosters before payroll submissions Organising meetings and minute taking at management meetings Generalist administration duties as required by the home manager and support team Other duties Some sales, marketing and accounts processing Resident and family liaisons around new admissions and general enquiries Conducting tours of the home with prospective residents and their families Qualities and attributes we look for Experience in an administration, payroll or rostering role preferred Previous experience working in aged care (ideal but not essential) Exceptional customer service skills and professional presentation Excellent telephone manner and articulation Strong organisational and time management skills Capability to prioritise work and schedules of multiple team members Initiative and ability to work independently and part of a team (think outside the square when required to achieve outcomes) All applicants must be willing to obtain a police clearance certificate via Opals police check system and undergo pre-employment medical. You may also be required to attend a drug screen. For a full listing of all our current vacancies visit httpswww.opalagedcare.com.aucareerscurrent-vacancies To meet a few of our team and read about why they chose to work for Opal Aged Care visit httpswww.opalagedcare.com.auabout-usmeet-our-team Due to the high response of these job ads, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Junior Administrator

    Junior Administrator 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 a Junior Administrator for and ongoing casual position located in Minto. Hours will be 900am “ 200pm. The Role The role will be 5 Days a week “ 900am “ 200pm ASAP Start for the right candidate Administrative and Office duties Ad-hoc duties as required including Data Entry Essential Criteria Experience with MS Office applications Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills High attention to detail If you would like to apply for this position, 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


  • Team Assistant - Marketing & Communications

    Team Assistant - Marketing Communications About SUEZ We™re the leaders in water, waste and recycling. But we™re also so much more than that. Combining over 150 years of experience, across five continents and with the knowledge of over 80,000 employees world-wide, we™re tackling some of humanities biggest challenges. By helping create sustainable solutions we can more efficiently manage and utilise our precious resources. An opportunity is now available for a Team Assistant - Marketing Communications based at our Corporate Headquarters in Rhodes. About the role This exciting opportunity will see you work within a talented team of marketing and communications professionals, offering administrative support to the team and divisional Director. Working across various team projects, you will provide coordination and operational support where no two days will be the same. More specifically, you will support our Sustainability Manager in our annual Community Grants program and help the wider marketing team support the business by monitoring requests coming through our Marketing portal. You will create customer communications for the business (letters, notifications and news) and act as executive Assistant to the Marketing, Communications Director (10). It is expected this role will manage invoices and general administration for the team and be actively involved in ad- hoc projects and various requests as required. About you Our ideal candidate will have relevant qualifications gained in Administration or Business with at least 1 years™ experience in an administration support or marketing coordinator type role. Your proactive style coupled with high levels of initiative will see you succeed, as you work across multiple projects. Some familiarity with numbersaccounting knowledge is also desirable. You have excellent written and verbal communication skills, exceptional attention to detail and are comfortable meeting deadlines. What we can offer you SUEZ is a global market leader in the resource revolution. We offer exciting career pathways and opportunities in a company that is dedicated to innovation, our customers and our people. Our recently renovated offices located in the leafy bayside suburb of Rhodes provide state of the art working conditions and are close to all amenities including public transport and Rhodes Shopping Centre. Diversity and Inclusion are at the core of SUEZ™s vision for creating an organisation that is ready to face the challenges of tomorrow. Together, our differences inspire the innovation and creativity to succeed. If you are a suitably skilled individual who is keen to succeed in a rewarding environment, please click on the Apply Now button below. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa. (Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted). NB Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. www.suez.com.au 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? What interests you about this role and the opportunity to work for SUEZ? What is your availabilitynotice period?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Engagement Officer

    The Communication and Engagement team play a key role in ensuring Central Coast Councils Community Engagement Framework is delivered into the community effectively. The role of Engagement Officer is a central resource coordinating a range of forums where Council consults with the Community on upcoming projects and initiatives, and importantly provides the Community an opportunity to voice their feedback. This role could suit candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds and the successful candidate could be studying Communications or Community Relations, or may have an interest in extending their administration experience into the Community Engagement sector. Core skills in high level administration are essential, along with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and experience in balancing and coordinating the needs of multiple stakeholders. What might a day in this role look like? You may be preparing resources, surveys, information kits etc for Community Pop-up information sessions You could be attending a range of community forums where you will interact with community stakeholders providing information on Council projects and seeking community feedback You might be analysing and consolidating feedback obtained at these forums, or via other feedback channels, entering this information into our databases and then preparing reports to assist and inform Council decision making Your work will often involve liaison with stakeholders at all levels, both within Council and outside Council - including community groups, general public, and other local, state, and federal government agencies. Click on apply for this job and visit our website for a full PD and information on how to apply. Salary - This role provides a salary range of between 55.7k to 66.8k per annum + superannuation Enquiries - Alison Chisholm, Team Leader Engagement on 4350 5471 or 0400 791 072. Closing date - This role closes on Monday 2 September 2019

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Administration and Education Support Officer

    Ongoing, Full time Sydney ACMA 6 - Min 81,826 Max 92,407 plus 15.4 super The Office of the eSafety Commissioner is an independent statutory office supported by the Australian Communications and Media Authority under the Enhancing Online Safety Act 2015 (the Act). The Commissioner has a wide range of functions and powers including promoting online safety for Australians, administering a complaints system for cyber bullying material targeted at an Australian child, coordinating activities of Commonwealth Departments, authorities and agencies relating to online safety and administering the online content scheme under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992. The Office has operations in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. It is comprised of the Commissioner, an Executive Manager and sections, each led by a Section Manager. The Youth, Education, Parents and Outreach (YEPO) section delivers online safety and digital resilience programs to young people, parents and teachers. Programs include eSafety™s Outreach education programs to parents, educators, students, law enforcement, professional organisations and sporting community groups the eSafety Parent information resource on the eSafety website and education programs made available to young people through schools, website and social media communication channels. You will provide high level administrative and program support to the section across its suite of functions as required. This includes administration (initial assessment and responding to enquiries from the public and stakeholders, travel, statistical and financial reporting), organising forums and providing support for the Trusted eSafety Provider program. You will also provide support to other priority programs including the Early Years Online Safety Program, scheduling of trainers and webinar support for eSafety™s education training program and stakeholder management activities. You will be a team player with strong organisational and communication skills and be able to balance a busy and varied workload. Position Profile - PN 262 - Administration and Education Support Officer - ACMA 6 Opens in new window

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrative Assistant Level 3 - Tresillian

    Position Title Administrative Assistant Level 3 Reference Number Tresillian48 Employment Status Temporary Full time, until 30 June 2022, further extension is subject to funding Vaccination Category Category A “ High Risk Enterprise Agreement The Named NSW (Non-Declared) Affiliated Health Organisation Employees Agreement Location Willoughby Residential Unit Position Summary Tresillian are seeking an Administrative Assistant for our Willoughby Residential Unit. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the units administrative processes and tasks and to manage front of house of the Residentialservice unit. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing œfront of house welcoming customer service to clients and staff entering the premises and the associated reception, medical record management and administration tasks. Selection Criteria Previous experience and knowledge of reception and administrative procedures including simple switchboard operating skills High level communication and public relation skills Demonstrated ability to work with minimal direction and undertake complex tasks and to organize and manage multiple tasks Medium to high level competence in the use of computer programs Word and Excel including data entry Experience with Cerner (the patient administration system) or willing to learn Basic knowledge of Medical Records maintenance procedures including knowledge of disease index or willing to learn. Demonstrated good interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team Demonstrated well developed and effective written skills This position requires a Working with Children Check (WWCC) issued by the Office of the Childrens Guardian. About Tresillian The Royal Society for the Welfare of Mothers and Babies, trading as Tresillian, was formed in 1918 to coordinate early child and maternal health care services in New South Wales (NSW). Tresillian is now the largest early child and family health and parenting service in Australia, operating from four sites in metropolitan Sydney and numerous regional and rural sites supporting service provision to families across NSW. Tresillian provides local and state-wide services including health and parenting assessments parenting advice education and, support to families via a range of service delivery models including centre based day programs, home visiting, telephone, internet and residential services. In addition, Tresillian provides education, training and consultancy across a range of sectors including within the health care service and higher education. For further information on Tresillian, please visit our website Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks are conducted for all successful candidates. Employment with Tresillian is subject to having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases - Policy Directive Immunisation history complies with NSW Health Policy Directive PD2018009. Appointment and ongoing employment will be subject to continued compliance with the policy directive. How to apply Interested applicants need to email the following documentation directly to the contact person provided below Cover letter addressing the selection criteria Curriculum Vitae Name and contact details of two referees (phone and email) For further enquiries regarding the position or a copy of the job description please contact Victoria (Vicki) Hardin, Nurse Unit Manager, Willoughby Residential Unit Tel (02) 8962 8321, Mob 0417496616 or email victoria.hardinhealth.nsw.gov.au Closing Date 4 September 2019

    location Willoughby East NSW 2068, Australia


  • Office Administrator/Sales Support - 12 month contract (Jan...

    Office AdministratorSales Support - 12 month contract (Jan 2020) Office AdministratorSales Support - 12 month contract (Jan 2020) Soulfresh is a Food Beverage company like no other and has undergone global expansion within the last 2 years with market leading brands in Plant based Organic sectors in the Grocery environment. Established 17 years ago, the business prides itself on delivering premium quality products amongst an ever increasing awareness and demand for clean consumption. We are seeking an enthusiastic, proactive communicable individual to join our Sydney based team run the day to day administrative requirements in our office as well as assisting the sales team. The position is a fixed 12 month maternity leave full time contract and the opportunity to develop broaden skills post the contract period. Soulfresh prides itself on being all inclusive diverse and this opportunity allows the successful candidate to showcase their attributes. Whilst experience is desirable, so is a positive distinct ability to communicate and prioritise in a fast paced environment that is FMCG. Ultimately the right candidate will posses good energy whilst working internally with our customers. Overview of responsibilities Processing orders Managing business LEADS Telesales in support of sales team Managing phone email communication Reconciliation of driver end of day admin Manage customer database systems transactions Banking expense management Office administration workplace flow Liaise assist across multiple departments in the business Deliver OHS and company policy compliance Requirements Energetic good communicator Self motivator meet deadlines Intermediate Computer skills Proficient in Microsoft Office Demonstrate time management, prioritising administration skills Customer service Maintain update business calendar You will be provided with a front office work station, mobile phone landline along with staff support. On the job training will be provided in advance to commencing so you are comfortable. This position would suit a variety of candidates and we welcome all expressions of interest via a cover letter accompanying your CV. Please take the time to visit our website to see if you would be a fit with the Soulfresh team. www.soulfresh.com.au Chris Moser 0405 103 370 chris.mosersoulfresh.com.au The application form will include these questions Do you have experience in an administration role? Do you have customer service experience? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have experience in a data entry role? Do you have order processing experience? NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia Apply

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Site Administrator

    Site Administrator About the project The M4 Smart Motorways project is a circa 200M construct only contract for Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). The project will manage construction along one of Western Sydney™s busiest motorways, counting more than 170,000 vehicles per day. There will be significant emphasis on Traffic Management and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) including variable message signs, variable speed limit and lane use signs, on-ramp metering systems, cameras, detectors, etc. The project is seeking a Site Administrator to join the M4SM Project on an immediate fixed-term full time engagement. Duties As a Site Administrator, your role will be varied and busy. You will assist the Commercial and wider project team to deliver the project in a timely manner through the provision of general administration. You will be responsible for andor assist with Accounting support input of delivery dockets, orders and invoices into the project management system (ViewPoint). Producing electronic purchase orders, collecting and entering dockets and processing invoices into the system. Ensuring invoices and subcontractor claims are reasonable and ensure approvals in line with authority limits. Assist with subcontractor and project staff timesheets and expenses where required. General procurement (e.g. from established suppliers and subcontractors). Maintenance of various registers and databases. Providing general administrative support to the project team as required. Skills and Experience To be suitable for this role you will possess Demonstrated administration and accounting skills and experience Strong attention to detail and a high level of accuracy. Construction experience would be desirable. Demonstrated intermediate to advanced use of the Microsoft Office suite. Experience using job costing software packages such as View Point would be advantageous. Ability to organise and prioritise tasks whilst under pressure and to meet deadlines. Ability to work independently whilst remaining a team player. Ability to foster harmonious working relationships with multiple stakeholders. Must have drivers license and own reliable vehicle.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Civic & Citizenship Administration Officer

    Civic Citizenship Administration Officer 1x Permanent Full Time - 35 hours, 5 days per week Salary 62,466.80 to 68,252.59 Closing Date 4 September Our City Community and Culture department are looking for a Civic and Citizenship Administration Officer to provide high level, reliable and timely business and administration support to the Civic and Citizenship Coordinator and associated activities. In this position you will be responsible for Carrying out administration tasks as directed by the Civic and Citizenship Coordinator Performing daily administration duties in an efficient and effective manner Assisting with the delivery of events, citizenships and ceremonies as required Assisting in preparing and processing all accounts, invoices and purchase orders Dealing with first level enquires and issues To be successful in this position you must have a Current C Driver™s licence and a Certificate III in Administration or relevant eventsadministration experience. This position will require you to work out of Council™s core hours once a month and on a Saturdays up to three times as year depending on the events that come up. Salary will be dependent upon the relevant skills, experience and competencies of the successful applicant. For further information about the position please contact Alyson Infanti, Civic and Citizenship Coordinator on 8711 7680. How to Apply Please click the Apply button above. Applicants must submit a covering letter, current resume and response to the selection criteria questions which will be shown once you commence your application. Click here for a copy of the position description Liverpool City Council is committed to providing a working environment that supports all employees to reach their full potential. To be eligible to apply for permanent positions at Liverpool City Council, you need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. For Temporary positions, you need a visa that gives you permission to work in Australia.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Junior Administration Assistant

    Junior Administration Assistant Who are we? InfoTrack is an award-winning technology company that is helping a range of professionals, businesses and individuals in a digital age. We provide an integrated platform that enables you to find, analyse, organise and communicate information efficiently and effectively. Whats in it for you? We offer free platinum gym membership, free breakfast every day, free lunches 2 days per week, an in-house cafe (free unlimited coffee) with games area, massages once a month plus more What will you be doing? Based in our office in the heart of the Sydney CBD, the Property Services Consultant is primarily responsible for the processing of property enquiries and liaising with clients and authorities as required in a professional and timely manner. You will be an integral part of the Property Services team with responsibilities including Online ordering, processing and chasing of applications through nominated authorities to set KPIs Liaising with clients and authorities via phone and email Addressing all outstanding matters and issues raised eg. client queries Maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction General administrative duties Who are you? The successful candidate will be a motivated team player with a desire to provide outstanding customer service. As an organised multi-tasker you will possess the following skills and qualities Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong time management skills with the ability to prioritise A high level of attention to detail Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team. Demonstrated relationship-building skills Friendly, helpful and team driven disposition Why should you apply? InfoTrack is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to excellence through diversity. We have a high performance culture and we™re unapologetic for demanding the best because we know thats what sets us apart. We expect wholehearted enthusiasm, excitement and an effort that overshadows any feeling of obligation - because its not a job with InfoTrack, its a love for what you do. To be part of our team you need to be intelligent, dedicated and determined to make a difference to the lives of the clients we serve each and every day. Life at InfoTrack is not for the fainthearted - we™re looking for people who fire on all cylinders and face challenges head on. This is an outstanding opportunity for a highly organised and committed individual to work in a challenging fast-paced role with the number one intelligent search provider in Australia. 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


  • Administrative Assitance and Office Manager

    Job Description An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a committed and diligent person to gain invaluable experience as part of a successful boutique financial services compliance and legal firm in Sydney. In this position, you will be required to support the team and perform the following key duties billing and accounting including preparations and reconciliation of accounts receivable and accounts payable liaising with clients at the request of senior staff members file and matter management Administrative tasks including greeting guests upon arrival answering telephone calls as per documented processes diary management maintaining stationary levels and orders maintaining office cleanliness preparing and maintaining client lists on marketing database preparing compliance and legal documentation at the request of other staff members maintaining internal registers and formatting and updating of legal and compliance documents as required management of office moral and culture including through organising team building events and activities and assist the Director and Managers with other general administrative tasks. Desired Skills and Experience You will have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal as well as strong interpersonal skills have strong attention to detail be team-focused but also able to work independently have experience in an administrativesupport role be proactive and have a positive and energetic approach with a commitment to providing excellent service have a relevant tertiary qualification such as a Bachelor of Business with a major in Business Administration or Management and have experience or knowledge of accounting andor legal practice management software. About the Company Sophie Grace Pty Ltd and Sophie Grace Legal Pty Ltd (Sophie Grace) have an outstanding reputation in the financial services and operate a highly successful boutique business in Sydney. Our speciality is assisting firms establish and maintain a financial services business in Australia. We work across a broad range of financial services - including funds management, derivatives, financial planning and stockbroking. Our expertise includes advising on new financial services business establishment and structuring obtaining an Australian Financial Services Licences and Australian Credit Licences registrations for digital currency exchanges and remittance companies wholesale and retail product disclosure distribution and marketing compliance and regulatory matters liaising with regulators on behalf of clients, in particular, with ASIC. Sophie Grace prides itself on a professional yet relaxed culture which promotes a collaborative working environment and offers continued support towards career development and growth. Staff are encouraged to ensure they have work-life balance and pursue outside interests. 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? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Payroll Administrator (Entry Level Opportunity)

    Payroll Administrator (Entry Level Opportunity) We have an exciting entry level opportunity to join the Boral National Payroll Team as a Payroll Administrator. Reporting to the Payroll Team Leader, this role will see you being trained and developed in all facets of the payroll function in a supportive team based work environment. Please note that this is a 12 month fixed term contract. Dutiesresponsibilities Master file maintenance (new employee setup, bank account changes, new position setup, position maintenance, Kiosk user account setup). Ensure accurate records are maintained for all archived documents. Manage payroll enquiries via email and phone ensuring a timely response is actioned. Processing of all associated forms accurately and promptly. Queries requests logged using the provided software tool. Queries requests forwarded to the appropriate resolver. Accurate processing of employee payments via pay run process. Reconciliation of employee payments using specified standard operating procedures. Prepare documentation for Standard Operating Procedures. Key Skills and Attributes we are looking for An understanding of the Payroll function. Open communicator “ doesnt hold back anything that needs to be said, lets people know where they stand, faces up to situation quickly and directly and is not afraid to take action when necessary. Approachability “ easy to talk to, is pleasant and patient with others, builds rapport well, a good listener. Optimistic and resilient “ pursues with energy, drive and a need to finish, seldom gives up before finishing, especially in face of resistance or setbacks. Action oriented “ enjoys working hard, is full of energy for things they see as challenging. If you enjoy working in a hands-on, dynamic environment, click Apply to submit an application, or go to httpcareers.boral.com.au Boral is an international building products and construction materials group with three strong divisions the high-performing, well-positioned materials business of Boral Australia the fast-growing, 50-owned USG Boral interior linings joint venture in Asia, Australia and the Middle East and Boral North America, a scaled and growing building products and fly ash business. With its headquarters in Sydney, Australia, Boral has approximately 17,000 full-time equivalent employees (including in JVs) working across over 700 operating sites in 17 countries. www.boral.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Receptionist

    Receptionist Meditech Staffing is a Sydney based agency providing specialised staffing support across the Aged Care and Disability Support network. Based in Strathfield, we have a proven track record and continue to be recognised as the ideal staffing choice for the leading service providers within Sydney. We are looking for an enthusiastic Receptionist Admin Assistant who can support a dynamic and growing team. You will support key functions of the recruitment process, as well as providing reception duties and general support to the senior management team. To be effective in this role, you will have to be an excellent communicator and flexible to adapt to changing priorities. Your willingness to learn and ability to take on challenges will create future career opportunities in an already growing sector. The successful applicant will require Sound knowledge and experience of administrative processes. Demonstrated ability to plan, organise, set priorities, and meet deadlines, accompanied by an ability to handle a number of tasks concurrently with minimum supervision. A high level of IT skills with demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in operation of computerised information systems. Outstanding interpersonal, verbal and communication skills, especially the ability to communicate with management, staff and stakeholders at all levels of the organisation. Demonstrated ability to achieve results at the individual level and as a member of a dynamic team. An outgoing and friendly personality with a welcoming attitude. Qualifications Post-secondary education in business, computers, or office management is an asset, but not essential Knowledge, skills and abilities Previous experience in an AdministrativeReceptionist role Excellent written and verbal communication skills Exceptional customer service skills Full Office 365 suite experience Organisational and time management skills Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Strong attention to detail To apply please click apply or call us on 02 9764 4488 for a confidential discussion. 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 experience in an administration role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer Regional Express (Rex) is Australia™s largest independent regional airline operating a fleet of more than 50 Saab 340 aircraft on some 1,500 weekly flights to 60 destinations throughout all States in Australia. Expressions of interest are sought for a suitably qualified and highly motivated individual to join Regional Express as full-time Administration Officer based in Mascot. Reporting to the General Manager “ Corporate Services, the Administration Officer will be tasked to perform work for Regional Express or associated entities. This is an entry level position. Recent Graduates are encouraged to apply. Duties include but not limited to General administrative duties General analysis Coordinating purchasing activities Project work We are looking for enthusiastic and hardworking individuals. Experience in the Airline industry is preferred but not essential. Recent Graduates are welcomed to apply. Opportunities for progression and higher responsibilities within the Company are available for the suitable individual. Please forward a copy of your CV and cover letter to jobsrexgrouprex.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Committees Administrator

    Committees Administrator Committees Administrator The Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW) is one of the largest professional associations and peak industry bodies for real estate agents in Australia. With a track record and reputation of delivering valued products and services, REINSW works hard at responding to the changing needs of its members. REINSW has nearly 2,000 real estate agencies as Members. REINSW is also a leading training organisation for real estate agents and is heavily involved in lobbying for legislative change. The role Reporting to the Committees Manager, youll assist in supporting our Volunteer Interest Chapter Committees made up of leading real estate agents, plus some other appointees. These Chapters include auctioneers, property managers, buyers agents, residential sales, commercial, etc. This is a part-time role, with a view of 2-3 days work. However, you must be able to work on Tuesday and Wednesdays, between 900am and 500pm. The Key accountabilities of this role include Preparation of Chapter Committee Meeting documents including agendas, meeting records and action points. Follow up with stakeholders (REINSW staff, Chapter Committee members and third parties) to ensure successful completion of Action points. Attend all Chapter Committee meetings. The majority of these are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays Friday meetings occur six times annually. Attend to Committee meeting room preparation and tidy up including venueroom make good, technology internal loan and return, cleaningtidy up and any other tasks as required. General communication with stakeholders. Essential You MUST be an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident You MUST have 3-5 years of experience gained in a similar customer service or administration position. Any experience in a membership association will be highly regarded. You MUST have excellent time management and prioritising skills You MUST have the ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines You MUST have a strong attention to detail. You MUST have good relationship management skills, able to mix with a variety of third-party subject matter experts You MUST have strong Microsoft office skills including good typing speed. To Apply Hit Apply below to be considered for this great opportunity To be considered, you must submit a covering letter with your application outlining your unique experiences and how they make you the best candidate for this role. Only successful candidates will be contacted for the continued recruitment process. 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? Whats your expected hourly rate?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer | Administration- NDIS - North West Sydney - Casual

    Customer Service Officer Administration- NDIS - North West Sydney - Casual Super role for a passionate Customer Service officer Administration assistant keen to work in the Disabilities sector with a friendly and professional team in North Western Sydney Casual position approximately 1- 2 days per week (Monday a must) Great hourly rate around 30 per hour Friendly manager and team to induct and support This role is ideally suited to a motivated and dedicated professional (with excellent customer service and administration skills) seeking a casual position with a great team working in the disabilities sector. In this role you will be able to utilise your customer service and administration skills. You will provide assistance to Support Coordinators and Plan Partners though the processing and management of documentation, telephone enquiries and general office assistance. This national employer make a difference to people with a disability by taking care of the administration of their NDIS plans, providing guidance and advice, and allowing them to focus on whats really important...getting on with getting the most out of life. On offer Rewarding casual position assisting people with disabilities as well as the friendly office team Lovely office location with parking A widely experienced Allied Health manager to induct and support Growing national employer Great hourly rate of around 30 per hour commensurate with experience Key Responsibilities will include Provide customer service over the phone and via email to customers Manage the shared inbox to ensure effective customer and new provider account management and administration Coordination of intake and referrals from participants and providers Assisting with the setup of accounts for NDIS participants Provide administrative support to the team of allied health professionals Experience required Solid general administration skills Highly developed communication customer service skills Proficient use of MS suite including Excel and Client Management Systems Knowledge of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) with NDIS portal experience ideal Good attention to detail, accuracy in data entry and time management Tertiary qualification or disabilities knowledge highly regarded but not essential This is an exciting opportunity to join a rewarding team, bringing your expertise, values and energy to help individuals with a disability For a confidential discussion please call Kirstin Symmonds on 1300 561 650 0407 381 250 or email infostarhr.com.au. How to apply contact us Simply hit the Apply button below to send through your CV Alternately, for more information and confidential career advice please contact our HealthCare Professionals at StarHR today on 1300 561 650 or email infostarhr.com.au. We have positions available Australia wide, so why not get in touch StarHR is a specialist Health Recruitment agency. We will take the time to understand you, your career aspirations and guide you effectively through the employment process.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Legal Support Officer

    Legal Support Officer The role An exciting opportunity has become available for a Legal Support Officer to join our successful Banking Finance practice in the Commercial, Residential and Financial Transactions (CRAFT) team on a 12 month, full-time contract. This rewarding role will have you providing legal administration support to a team of paralegals. Your duties will include, but not be limited to Taking a high volume of telephone calls and enquiries from Banks, Solicitors, borrowers and clients Opening and closing matters Conducting property related searches Managing inboxes and email correspondence Arranging and attending property settlements Finalising post settlement activities and General administration tasks as required. About you To be successful in this busy role, strong organisational skills are essential and you must be a team player. In addition, a high level of enthusiasm and energy is a must. Ideally you will be at the start of your career, with 1-2 years administration, office or call centre experience and will possess the following attributes Proven attention to detail Superior written and verbal communication skills A pro-active and flexible attitude and Self-motivated with the ability to multitask and meet tight deadlines. What we can offer you Dentons Australia focuses on the three key areas of talent management engagement, development, and culture to motivate, develop our talent to deliver excellence for our clients. We offer competitive market salary packaging, incentive pay and reward, salary sacrifice packaging, additional leave programs (purchased leave, paid parental leave) and referral bonuses. We offer a number of generous corporate discounts, health and wellbeing programs and we promote diversity initiatives across gender, flexible work practices, culture and LGBTI. We also offer a range of benefits to our staff and their families. At Dentons, we are constantly looking to improve employees lives in and out of the workplace to bring a sense of work life harmony. About Dentons Australia In Australia, Dentons have offices across Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, And Adelaide. Our expertise, attitude and accessibility attract many of Australasias most successful and innovative organisations as well as leading multinationals. Our lawyers are repeatedly recognised as leading legal service providers in Chambers Global, Chambers Asia Pacific, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific and IFLR 1000. Many of our partners are consistently recognised in each of these directories and in Best Lawyers International Australia. Dentons has also been recognised on multiple occasions as Lawyers weekly Diversity law firm of the year and has also been recognised as a top 50 Australian employer for workplace diversity and inclusion. www.dentons.com. To apply Click on the below link to submit your application for this role. Please include a brief cover letter and current CV. Alternatively, you can visit our Dentons career page. httpsdentons.turborecruit.com.aujobjobdetails.cfm?id=451945from=direct Dentons has an internal talent acquisition team that works directly with candidates on all of our career opportunities. Dentons does not accept external agency applications for this role. Please note This role is not suitable for law graduates or law students. Only shortlisted candidates that meet the requirements of this position will be contacted.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Documentation & Admin Consultant

    Documentation Admin Consultant Our client are a leading travel company seeking a DocumentationAdmin Consultant to join their growing team. They are not a large contact centre so the culture is that of a small, valued team where benefits include an annual trip for 2 in additional to a generous base salary. In this role youll provide back office support to their reservations team and be required to Prepare and distribute travel documentation Process identity, passport, visa medical forms Process and receipt payments in the reservation system Download and monitor option reports Diarise and distribute payment reminders Distribute brochures Respond to dedicated documentation phone line and emails Provide back-up to reservations calls and emails when necessary This role would suit a current Documentation, Back Office or Admin Consultant with experience within the travel industry or alternatively a Travel or Wholesale Consultant looking to step away from face to face or over the phone consulting. To apply youll need exceptional communication, admin, time management and customer service skills along with the ability to multi-task and pay attention to detail. Youll be rewarded with a base salary of up to 53,000 + super and an annual trip for 2. Australian Permanent Residency or Citizenship is required to apply for this role. Email Please click the Apply Now button below. 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


  • Administration Assistant

    Bonacci Group is a leading engineering consulting company who specialises in structural, civil, and facade engineering. We deliver iconic projects across the globe where we aim to provide cost-effective, innovative, and buildable design solutions that exceed our clients™ expectations. Our most exciting projects to date include the award-winning 505 George St, Sydney the iconic Ribbon Hotel and the DNA double helix staircase at the University of Technology, Sydney Central which won an award in Unusual Projects category at the ACSE Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards 2019. Reporting into the Office Manager, the Administration Assistant will provide support on a range of tasks including, team support, project reporting, and marketing assistance. Key Responsibilities Monitoring and actioning Bonacci Groups shared inbox, Become familiar with Bonacci systems for Project and Financial Management (BART) “ input data and run reports as required Execution of marketing campaigns including website and Linkedin updates Prepare, collate, proofread and submit fee proposals, contracttender data and other related documents for issue Collate project experiences, profiles and information sheets for each project “ creating and updating company™s capability statements Assist with company events including seminars, conferences, internalexternal presentations, and staff social events Provide support to senior staff and Directors including organising flights, accommodation, meetings and any other duties as required Update and maintain online and social media platforms including Bonacci Group™s website and continuous management Update existing and new company templatesforms to ensure consistency with Bonacci Group™s branding Compilation and management of document registersdatabase Scanning, filing, organizing and formatting archiving documents where needed About you Previous experience working in a design engineering consultancy, construction or similar Previous experience as an Administration Assistant Strong attention to detail Basic excel skills InDesign and Illustrator knowledge Strong communication skills both written and verbal 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator and Receptionist

    Office Administrator and Receptionist ReceptionistAdministration Assistant We™re are on the hunt for a reliable ReceptionistPersonal Assistant with a vibrant ˜can do™ attitude and hard work ethic to join our team Exceptional organisational skills and the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships will set you apart from the rest About us Stratton is one of Australia™s most innovative and fast-growing specialist financial service organisations. With a dynamic and high-achieving culture, our organisation is focused on delivering the best finance solutions to fit our customers lives and circumstances. Our goal is to create a customer for life by delivering the highest level of service, efficiency and customer satisfaction. The Role As a full-time ReceptionistPersonal Assistant, you will be responsible for assisting the Executive General Manager to ensure our Silverwater Office runs smoothly. We are looking for someone who will play a crucial part in the upkeep and maintenance of our office environment. No two days are the same at Stratton, but some of your responsibilities will include Generating invoices. Collecting, sorting, distributing and preparing correspondence, mail, messages and courier deliveries. Covering our front reception desk, greeting and welcoming visitors professionally, offering and providing refreshments as requested. Setting up lender accreditations (full training provided). Manage office supplies including replenishment of stock and processing stationary orders as required. Facilities management including upkeep of office and kitchen (including maintenance of fridges, dishwashers and coffee supplies). Organise and prepare meeting areas, catering and packing up as required. Assisting with the organisation of Social events including monthly lunches and Friday social club drinks. Answering and directing inbound phone calls and taking messages as required. General data entry and other ad hoc tasks as required. About you This role would ideally suit an office receptionist or administrator with previous experience that is looking to take on a wider variety of responsibilities in their next role. In addition, you will Have previous administration or reception experience (essential). Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Have a meticulous and strong attention to detail (essential). Have demonstrated proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, MS Word, Excel etc.). Have a love of working with people, often putting the needs of others above your own. Be comfortable managing your own workload and work autonomously, as well as in a team environment. Possess a high level of integrity and a strong desire to learn with an enthusiastic and approachable attitude. The Benefits Our culture is second to none. We pride ourselves in valuing our employees and rewarding our hard-working staff. We also offer Offices located in Silverwater, just 10 minutes from the Parramatta. Recreational activities include lunchtime table tennis. Leave benefits such as paid parental leave, an RDO on your birthday and the option to purchase additional annual leave. Monthly team lunches, and as many cups of coffee as you can drink from a café quality coffee machine. A lively social club with quarterly events. Please Note You must hold unlimited working rights in Australia. Pre-employment checks (including background and credit checks) may be conducted. If this role interests you, what are you waiting for? We can™t wait to hear from you Apply today As we like to recruit the Stratton way, no agencies please 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 a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator (Casual Pool)

    Administrator (Casual Pool) Administrative Assistants Eastern suburbs location Exposure to Aged Care and the non-for-profit industry Flexible work arrangements Salary Packaging available Sir Moses Montefiore Jewish Home now has several exceptional opportunities available for self-motivated and customer service oriented Administrative Assistants to join our casual pool. This varied role in Montefiore™s front-of-house and care unit areas will have you working at a fast pace, liaising with internal and external stakeholders and executing coordination within the organisation. You will enjoy working in a supportive environment for a leading aged care provider. We truly believe in supporting our employees in excelling within the organisation by providing ongoing learning and development opportunities. Essential Demonstrated experience in providing precise, well developed office administration skills Previous experience compiling and reviewing legal documents and confidential files Experience utilising Microsoft suite including utilising and creating databases Sound stakeholder management skills High organisation skills in coordinating management™s diary, files, meetings and procedures Thrive off multi-tasking in a diverse role and working closely with management Outstanding teamwork skills and a willingness to help others Passion for the aged community Desirable Tertiary Qualifications Ability to work more than 15 hours a week Flexible work days and hours This role will be well suited to someone who requires flexibility and enjoys working across different areas of the organisaton. Note we are seeking candidates that have unlimited work rights within Australia. Enquiries Renee Owen Ph 02 8345 9158 Applications Close 18092019

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Clerk

    ADMINISTRATION CLERK Great Career Opportunity Working for a Reputable Company Be Apart of a Great Team and Great Company Our client is Australias privately owned housing maintenance company, working with Public Housing and Community Housing organisations across the country. The available position is an ongoing casual role, with the following hours Monday 800am - 400pm Tuesday 730am - 330pm Wednesday800am - 400pm Thursday 800am - 400pm Friday800am - 400pm The successful candidate will be working directly with the State Manager, to help follow up on provisions of specific contract processes or process integrity checks. Here is a list of a few job specific tasks that the successful candidate will be accountable for Provide and report on findings Subcontractor on boarding Relationships Internal performance Internal performance Meetings and reporting To be suitable for this role, the following skills and experience are required Previous experience in a Administrator Clerk Assistant Coordinator Role Proven Microsoft Office Skills (Excel Word in particular) Advanced Data Entry Skills Excellent Typing Skills Previous experience in a Call Centre Environment (desirable) Previous experience working within the Maintenance Space or working with different trades Successful applicants will need to provide a current police clearance check, as our client engages directly with government associations. If this sounds like you, APPLY NOW RRC Australia - www.rrcaus.com By submitting your application for this role you agree to have read and understood RRC Australias Privacy Policy RRC Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Promotions Coordinator - Homebush West

    Promotions Coordinator - Homebush West About the Role Reporting to the Digital Production Manager, the Online Promotions Coordinator is responsible for promotions and pricing across three major retail sites Harvey Norman, Joyce Mayne and Domayne. Joining our passionate and friendly e-commerce team, you™ll regularly liaise with Product Managers and Coordinators across the business to obtain the relevant information for upcoming campaigns. Your Key Responsibilities Facilitate the efficient and accurate execution of weekly promotions across our three retail websites Coordinate all product price changes and cross-check these against our inventory management system Ensure product merchandising strategically aligns with promotional offers and brandsupplier requirements Ensure that online promotional support is in sync with the latest catalogue releases Update marketing banners and homepage products to reflect and support live promotions Maintain shopping cart rules as well as interest free offers ”and identify opportunities to improve accuracy and efficiency What You Bring to the Table Outstanding verbal and written communication skills Acute attention to the finer details Finely-honed administrative and organisational abilities Excellent time management skills and the ability to multi-task The ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment Commitment to working in accordance with company and consumer compliance policies Passion for problem solving Experience in a retail environment will be highly regarded How To Apply If this fast-paced e-commerce role sparks your interest and you have the skills and experience required to accelerate your career with us, apply now Please Note You must be an Australian resident to apply for this position.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Assistant to Store Experience Team | Retail Brand | $50 - 60k

    Assistant to Store Experience Team Retail Brand 50 - 60k Northern suburbs location Gain exposure into the operations of a large fashion retailer 50 - 60, 000 + super The Opportunity Our client, a growing and highly successful retail brand is looking for a switched on and forward-thinking Assistant to support their Store Experience Team and Director. This role will also support the Head of Operations in facilitating the achievement of strategic priorities, business goals and objectives. With this in mind, we are searching for a candidtae who is not afraid to take on large roles, and can think on their feet. In taking responsibility for supporting a team, you will have developed leadership skills, allowing you to confidently supervise two customer service assistants. This role is best suited to someone who exhibits a passion for retail, and is looking to develop their career within this space, gaining insight into the operaitons of a business. This role is located in Sydneys northers suburbs. The Responsibility Providing support to the Store Experience Director and team your duties will include but are not limited to Diary and calendar management for the Director and team Booking travel and accommodation Assisting with drafting communications, documents and presentations, and maintaining relaitonships with internal and external stakeholders Organising office and store induction programs, and customer service training material Helping with event plannig incluidng events, functions and conferences Responding to customer communications and queries, and Reporting on all sales revelant infomraiton to the Director and Head of Operations. The Expertise The ideal candidate will have previous experience in an administrative or team support capacity, with excellent communicaiton and relationship building skills. You will be confident in dealing with all team memebrs and direct reports reporting into the Director on sales and producing communication material, thus you will also have an ability to assess quantities of data and information. High competency in managing priorities is essential, as is being highly organised, with strong problem solving skills. Finally, you will have great strategic thinking skills, which will allow you to think on your feet, and remain reactive to daily changes The Next Step If the above sounds like you, please send through your up to date resume via the link below, and contact Claire McClintock on 0498 990 161 for further information. 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


  • Pre Press / Administration

    The role Work with our small team and clients to manage workflow, time-frames and deadlines Customer inquiry and services All round general reception and administrative support Key requirements Competent with Adobe CS Excellent written and verbal communication skills High attention to detail Strong organisational skills with office admin experience 830 am - 500 pm Salary negotiable according to experience Please email your CV to Edmundghpackaging.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 many years experience do you have as a graphic designer? How many years experience do you have as an administration assistant? How would you rate your English language skills?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator / Receptionist

    HR Administrator Receptionist Brightside is a leader in providing warranty and insurance services for consumer electronics, with over 5 million policies on risk at any time . Our largest customer is Harvey Norman who we support worldwide, with operations in Australia, New Zealand , Singapore, Malaysia, Ireland, Slovenia and Croatia. We pride ourselves on our customer service to both consumers and retail customers and we are always innovating on services and products we offer. We consider that our people are our strength and we provide a very flexible supportive environment that has attracted and retained a truly talented and results oriented team. The successful candidate for this role will have great verbal and written communication skills, the ability to multi-task, high attention to detail and a positive and personable can do attitude. ReceptionistOffice duties (approx. 40) include but are not limited to Meet and greet visitors, signing them into the building. Answer and screen calls with a professional phone manner Maintain a presentable reception area and meeting rooms Attend to incoming and outgoing mail and couriers Order and maintain an appropriate supply of stationary, kitchen and bathroom supplies Assist with catering, function and team events. Maintain files, documents and paperwork Contribute to the efficient overall functioning of the office Strong job ownership HR Administrator duties (approx. 60) include but are not limited to Sort, scan and file paper and electronic documents for easy retrieval Recruitment and induction activities “ such as interview scheduling Helping to administer the quarterly award and staff recognition program Maintenance of the companies organisation charts Assisting with various HR projects and initiatives such as Global position description audit, review and update. Salary benchmarking match, data analysis and reporting HR policy creationupdating and associated templatesforms Required skills experience Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office “ Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint Exceptional time management, multi-tasking and organizational skills High attention to detail and excellent follow up ability Respectful and mature attitude with the ability to maintain confidentiality Previous experience in a Receptionist or Administrator position “ at least 1-2 years. An interest (perhaps currently studying) or previous work experience in HR. Working hours are 8.30am to 5.00pm - Mon to Fri. Please note that this role is initially being offered as a 12-month Fixed Term Contract. w brightsideco.com.au I t +61 2 8858 6400 for insurance, finance services 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? Whats your expected annual base salary? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration & Customer Service

    Administration and Customer Service role Customer Service Administrator for a fast-paced, customer focused environment. We are seeking a Customer Service Administrator, who is comfortable taking on a variety of tasks. If you are someone that enjoys handling customer inquiries and requests in a timely and efficient manner, and enjoys a friendly work environment then we want to hear from you Option for flexible work days available The Candidate To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills Attention to detail Able to work independently and in a Team Good communication skills, written and verbal Organised and able to prioritise Your responsibilities will include Data Entry eg invoices, quotes and reports Answering and directing incoming calls taking messages Formatting documents for quotes and reports Updating spreadsheet reports Managing and keeping track of all work orders that come through daily(and invoicing approximately 40+ jobs a day) Processing invoices and documents required to accompany invoices (photo images, reports, quotes etc) Providing backup support to our Admin Team Perks This is an on-going full time position, with long term opportunities for the right candidate Flexible working times Convenient Sydney Location, close to shops and cafes Attractive Salary Parking on-site Friendly Team Environment Please email your resume to Helenwaterbrothers.com.au Please answer the below questions when applying What are your 3 strengths? What are your 3 weaknesses? What do you have to offer, in 50 words or less.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Mortgage Data Entry | Settlement Administration | Customer Service

    About us MSA National is a leading National Law Firm specialising in Banking and Finance Law. We have a proud 30-year history in representing some of the largest financial institutions in the country. As an innovative industry leader, we are the first lender law firm with e- sign technology the first and only law firm with CX customised video solutions first and only law firm with a verification of identity app Most importantly We are people helping people going above and beyond to deliver exceptional customer experiences. About You The most important things we are looking for is a willingness to learn and a positive attitude. In addition our ideal candidates will have Experience working in financial services in a busy, high volume document processing environment Very high attention to detail Excellent communication skills Basic computer skills Strong problem solving skills Enthusiastic and willing to learn About the Opportunity We have a wide range of roles available across a number of our key teams, once fully trained your daily task may include one or more of the following tasks High volume data entry using in house systems Printing, collating, faxing Checking executed mortgage documentation On line searches Communicating via email and phone to key stakeholders such as Mortgage Brokers, Borrowers Solicitors and major Australian banks Calculating discharge payout figures General file management duties Booking in discharge property settlements. General Guidelines All enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence. 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience in a data entry role? Whats your preferred work type?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant - Casual

    Administration Assistant - Casual Hicksons is a commercial law firm that helps government, organisations and individuals throughout Australia and in Asia create sustainable value by delivering legal and commercial advice, services and solutions. We are a team of committed, energetic and creative professionals, who promote a healthy, collaborative culture, supporting diversity and inclusion. We are currently looking for an Administrative Assistant to join our Office Services team on casual basis. In this role you will work closely with the Office Services team to ensure a high standard of client care and smooth running of the reception and office operations. Your key responsibilities will include Reception cover 8am “ 10am each day Receiving and sorting mail Scanning and archiving of files Management of meeting rooms Greeting guests, ensuing a high level of customer service Taking beverage orders for meetings Working as part of a team to ensure that effective cover is maintained in the Service Centre and in Reception Assisting the Operations teams with addition administrative duties as required This is a great opportunity to join a busy and dynamic team. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, able to show initiative and will have excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently as part of a team is also essential. Why choose Hicksons? You will have the opportunity to work with talented teams in an innovative, collaborative work environment. Our learning programs are designed to assist you with your personal and professional development, supported by in-house mentoring. As an agile firm, we offer work-life-balance with flexible working arrangements and initiatives in support of your well-being. Our core values of excellence, integrity, respect and responsibility are the foundations on which we base our relationships with our clients, our colleagues and our community. Hicksons handles the personal information of employment applicants in compliance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and its Privacy Policy. By submitting an application for employment with Hicksons you agree that Hicksons may collect, handle and use your personal information in accordance with our Privacy Policy httpwww.hicksons.com.auprivacy.html The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? How many years experience do you have as an administration assistant?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Receptionist / Accounts

    About the business Central Signs Group is a rapidly expanding sign manufacturing company located in the Sutherland Shire. Employing 50+ experienced fulltime staff at our Caringbah facility. We are the industry leaders in all aspects of the signage industry. Central Signs Group have been manufacturing and installing quality corporate and architectural signage since 1973. Due to an increased volume of work we currently have a Part Time position available within our business for an experienced Accounts Receptionist. About the role This is an exciting opportunity to work for a reputable company based in Caringbah. We are looking for an individual to join our team in the role of Receptionist Accounts undertaking a variety of tasks. In this position you will enjoy standard working hours of 9.30am to 2.30pm. Key Responsibilities Meet and greet all visitors Ordering of stationery and office consumables as required General administration duties such as providing support to the wider Central Signs team including booking travel and preparing documents Answer the phones in a pleasant manner, and offer as much assistance as possible to our customers and suppliers Maintain financial accounts in MYOB system - Accounts Receivable Accounts Payable, including collection of outstanding monies At end of each month reconcile statements Updating the company database Ensure that all monthly and quarterly superannuation payments are processed General filing and office duties Working closely with purchasing and other key departments Key Requirements Minimum 2 years office experience Strong communication skills, both verbally and written Superior time management skills Able to work well in a team environment or productively as an individual Experience using MYOB. This is a key criteria for this position. Those possessing MYOB skills will be looked upon favourably for this position Excellent Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, outlook). Strong administration skills. A willingness to assist with duties outside the scope of the role when needed. To apply please send a cover letter and resume to sfoleycentralsigns.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? How many years experience do you have as a receptionist? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Service and Accounts Administrator

    Service and Accounts Administrator Airmaster Australia Since 1988, Airmaster has delivered professional management in air conditioning, ventilation, heating, process cooling and building automation throughout Australia and South East Asia. Whether its a regular maintenance regime, or an innovative proposal with unique control solutions, Airmaster has the answers. We are an industry leader with a 800 strong workforce made up of technicians, apprentices, engineering and support staff and offices in all states of Australia. The Role We are seeking an Accounts Administrator to join our administration team in North Rocks and assist with the increasing volume of processing required. The responsibilities will include Liaising within the accounts team and between other departments Processing of completed jobs and invoicing Assist with debt collection Provide timely reporting and perform data processing requirements Maintaining a good working relationships with customers and work colleagues Other ad hoc administrative duties, as required About You The ideal candidate would have at least 2 years experience working with accounts, be looking for career longevity and possess the following skills Intermediate computer skills and a basic understanding of accounting functions Good telephone manner, clear verbal and written communication skills Outstanding eye for detail, organised and able to meet deadlines Able to maintain harmonious working relationships with colleagues Maintain a professional image and possess good interpersonal skills What Airmaster Offers The successful candidate will enjoy the benefits of working with a high performing and progressive company who enjoy an enviable reputation in the industry. We offer a great working environment with an Employee Assistance Program, uniforms and the option to join the social club. You will also receive a competitive remuneration package to commensurate with your skills and experience. We pride ourselves in finding good people who deliver quality and share a common goal. If you wish to become a valued member of the Airmaster team please forward your resume through the Apply button below. If you would like to know more about this unique opportunity, you can call Ralph Rio for a confidential chat on (03) 9837 8333. For all enquiries, please contact Ralph Rio Phone 1300 247 627 Email rrioairmaster.com.au Web www.airmaster.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration & Office Support

    The successful applicant must Have and excellent command of English. Have excellent computer skills for data entry Be conversant with excel Be able to perform Admin functions and have an impeccable attention to detail. Close to Granville Railway Station - 3 minutes walk. Position will require a maximum of 20 hours a week (flexible) - Monday to Friday. This position is ideal for students studying at University. Please email your resume to bettysecta.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Team Coordinator

    Talent Acquisition Team Coordinator Are you a recent HR or Business graduate with a strong client service approach and a high attention to detail? Have you considered a corporate career within an onsite recruitment team? We have an opportunity for a driven and conscientious candidate looking to kick start their corporate career within the recruitmentHR industry. Working onsite within the Banking industry this role is responsible for providing administrative support to our established and high performing Talent Acquisition Team. What you will be doing Working closely with the Talent Acquisition team to provide support across the recruitment lifecycle Driving compliance, so attention to detail and adherence to process will be critical to your success in role Supporting the TA Consultants to create an engaging experience with candidates and Hiring Managers Recruitment support (end to end) and admin to assist the Talent Acquisition Team Who you are A recent HRBusiness Graduate or a recruitment administratorcoordinator with a strong customer service approach A strong communicator, both verbally and the written word Super-efficient, you have high attention to detail and organisational skills A quick study, you are good with systems and pick up new technologies and processes easily You can build relationships at any level and enjoy working collaboratively and in partnership You are a team player with a positive, can do approach, no task is too big or too small for you This role is a great opportunity to commence a fantastic career pathway within Talent Acquisition and is located in the Sydney CBD. Join Hudson RPO Are you ready to take the leap into an exciting new career? When you join Hudson RPO, you™ll be joining a global team of recruitment professionals, working with leading brands and exceptional clients at all levels of business, across a wide range of industries. As an award winning organisation, Hudson RPO is recognized year after year as one of the top recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) providers globally. Now is a great time to join a highly skilled and innovative team where you™ll feel supported and experience personal growth and reward. Please apply or contact Skye Lovell in our Hudson RPO Careers team for more information “ 0439 167 972. Skye Lovell 0439167972 skye.lovellhudson.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration and Marketing Assistant

    We are an established leading specialist property finance broker and mortgage manager based in Parramatta, with great vision and team culture. We™re seeking the talents of a motivated, creative and enthusiastic Administration and Marketing Assistant to take ownership of marketing and assist our Administration Team as required. This Position is ideal for a person who loves to work in a very busy environment, where they can use their creative talent and skills in writing, marketing and administration. This position offers variety where you can expand your skills in all aspects of the office. The main duties and responsibilities will include (but not limited to) · Assisting several divisions with administration and attending to front of house Reception · Assisting with all office needs including ensuring the office is well presented, meeting and greeting clients, ordering office supplies · Developing and maintaining a social media content schedule · Writing creative and compelling content for a variety of mediums - social, email, web, print, etc · Designing EDMs and maintaining a regular schedule of email communications · Research and organise awards for the company to enter · Work with internal and external stakeholders on Company branding · Organising office and staff functions and events · Other ad-hoc administrative tasks as required Skills Experience · Prior administration and marketing experience is advantageous · Experience with programs such as Mailchimp, Eventbrite and Survey Monkey · Experience using social media platforms for business, including LinkedIn and Instagram · Outstanding written communication skills with the ability to write creatively for a variety of mediums “ social, email, web, print etc · Incredibly well organised and a problem solver · Fast and independent learner · High attention to detail · Flexible · Ability to work within a small and collaborative team environment We are a company that values performers, those who change things for the better and achieve their targets. We are open to suggestions and improvements and are looking for the next team member to tell our story and to take our company to the next level. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Send your resume to careersbfmoney.com.au Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 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 marketing assistant? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Team Coordinator - International Engagement

    Team Coordinator - International Engagement Who is Standards Australia? We are an independent not-for-profit organisation, recognised by the Australian Government as the peak non-government Standards body. We develop internationally aligned Australian Standards in the national interest and work closely across government, industry, consumer and stakeholder groups. We are a team of 140+ employees based in Sydney CBD. We have a collaborative, down to earth, professional working environment where we encourage self-growth and career development. About the Role This is a newly-created role that sits within our International Engagement team, who are responsible for managing and promoting Standards Australia™s international roles, relationships and activities. As Team Coordinator you will provide a high level of support to the team, including administrative, finance, reporting, travel and project management support, as well as assistance with special projects as required. Key Responsibilities Assisting the team with financial support tasks and travel arrangements Drafting correspondence for internal and external contacts Finalising contracts, performing engagement reviews and quality assurance procedures Taking minutes and preparing information for meetings and events Managing and maintaining project and information databases Building and maintaining strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including regional and international standards organisation partners, research organisations and other relevant bodies What are we looking for? We are looking for an experienced Administrator with exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to prioritise and work effectively in a fast-paced environment. You will be a personable and proactive problem solver with Analytical and sound judgement Ability to work under pressure and deliver tasks on time and to a high standard Eye for detail in formatting and proof reading The ability to build rapport and communicate with people at all levels Minimum EducationProfessional Qualifications Required Proficient computer skills, including Internet and email, word processing, graphics and multimedia, spreadsheets and databases Minimum of 2 years™ experience in a similar or administrative role Experience with monitoring spendingbudgets on projects Working for Standards Australia Integrity, Courage, Accountability, Respect and Excellence form the basis of all we do. We measure our success not only on the outcomes but on the path we took to get there. We offer a flexible and positive environment where individual and team efforts are recognised and rewarded. We invest in the health and welfare of our people offering access to an Employee Assistance Program, Salary Packaging, yearly flu vaccinations and regular social events. We are committed to a workplace which supports equal employment opportunities. What now? If this sounds like an environment that will bring out the best in you, please submit your covering letter and resume. Eligible applicants must be a Permanent Resident or have legal rights to work in Australia. 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? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Coordinator

    Office Coordinator Dandelion Support Network are looking for an Office and Events Coordinator to join their small team in the Sutherland Shire. This recently created position will play a critical support role in the operations and fundraising activities of the organisation. The position will also contribute to the ongoing financial sustainability of the organisation. If you love variety, have exceptional organisational and administration skills as well as a passion for helping vulnerable children and families, then this is the role for you. Previous experience in a similar administration role is required and experience in the not-for-profit sector is highly desirable. Event or fundraising experience is preferred. This is a part-time (18 hours per week, Monday - Thursday) 12-month contract role, with potential to extend. If you are looking for a rewarding role in a great organisation apply today. About Dandelion Dandelion Support Network is a group of volunteers who accept, sort, and safety check nursery items, clothes, toys and linen for babies and kids. Once prepared, the donations are then passed on to families in need through referrals from social workers at hospitals and welfare agencies. Dandelions vision is that all babies and children have access to nursery items essential for their safety, well-being and development and we achieve this while reducing the environmental footprint of the community. Applications close Friday 5 September Email a cover letter and resume to enquiriesdandelionsupport.org All applications will be treated confidentially.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Regulatory Affairs Coordinator

    Regulatory Affairs Coordinator APRA serves the Australian community by helping ensure financial institutions deliver on the financial commitments they make, within a stable, efficient and competitive financial system. The Regulatory Affairs Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Regulatory Affairs team, which is responsible for strategic engagement with domestic and international stakeholders on behalf of APRA. You core responsibility will be Supporting APRA™s external relationships with domestic and international regulatory, multilateral government and industry bodies through central coordination of engagement. Assisting in the development and maintenance of centralised infrastructure and knowledge management tools to support and enhance APRA interactions with external regulatory partners Assisting to coordinate engagement across APRA staff to ensure APRA™s external regulatory relationships are supported by relevant subject matter expertise. Keeping abreast of stakeholder developments. Assisting to partner with teams across APRA to deliver desired outcomes. To be successful in this role you will have substantial organisational, self and priority management skills and strong stakeholder management capabilities. Experience in the regulatory or financial sector would be favourably considered.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer-Australian Aboriginal applicants only

    About the business An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for Narang Bir-rong. The role is permanent full-time (35hrs) and is based at one of our Penrith offices within the Western Sydney area. Narang Bir-rong provides Family Support Services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families in the Western SydneyNepean Blue Mountains communities as well as Out of Home Care placements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people who cannot remain at home due to abuse andor neglect. Narang Bir-rong is currently part of Barnardos however from 1 October 2019 will be an independent Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation. About the role In this role you will be working on reception answering the phones and operating the switchboard. You will greet visitors to our service. This role will also require you to undertake financial duties (book keeping, purchase orders, petty cash etc). Additionally you will be required to do additional tasks as required such as minute taking as requested and completing filing. You will need to be able to manage competing deadlines and work within the systems of the organisation to ensure the business runs smoothly. You will report to the Operations Manager. Benefits and perks we have a supportive, family-like team environment. we pride ourselves on nurturing and promoting our Aboriginal staff. we provide on the job training along with opportunities for external training for career development. Skills and experience As the face and often the first to represent the program the successful applicant must be able to meet the below essential criteria Aboriginality Qualifications in administration or similar field. Experience in book keepingaccountspetty cash. Experience in customer service. Proficient in Microsoft office programs especially excel, word and publisher. Mature outlook and well-developed communication skills. High level of oral and written communication skills. Ability to work with a team and independently. Current NSW drivers licence and use of a registered, comprehensively insured passenger vehicle. Knowledge of the child and family welfare system for Aboriginal people. Experience using MYOB or Xero software. Varied professional and general life experience. Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised in Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). Applicants will be subject to a working with childrens check and a national police check which is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work. Please direct all enquiries to Jody Mathers, Operations Manager at Narang Br-rong via jmathersbarnardos,org.au andor send your application with your current resume and a covering letter addressing the essential criteria. Your application will not be considered without a cover letter addressing the essential criteria points above. Applications close Wednesday 28 August 2019 at 5pm. 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 a current Australian drivers licence? Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check? Do you have a current Police Check (National Police Certificate) for employment?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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