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  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant “ Goodstart Menai Goodstart is Australia™s largest provider of early learning and care. Founded with a vision for all Australia™s children to have the best possible start in life, as a not-for-profit social enterprise, we exist purely to improve the lives of Australia™s children and their families. We are entirely Australian owned employing over 15,000 people, and caring for over 71,000 children. About our Centre Fun loving and supportive team Part time role, fixed term contract 7012020-8012021 16 hours a week The Benefits Friendly and support team with large national head office support We pay highly competitive salaries above the national award rates Ongoing professional development and opportunities which include overseas study tours, secondments to rural communities and up skilling programs Career opportunities and paid learning and development Employee benefits that range from childcare discounts, discounted travel, insurance, and technology Purchased additional annual leave About You Experience in customer service or front office reception (essential) Business administration experience (essential) Post-secondary education in administration, business or office management (desirable) Hold, or be willing to obtain, a working with children clearance check Exceptional knowledge of safety and wellbeing Willingness to learn and be a part of the team Strong communication skills, reliable and punctual Goodstart Early Learning are proud of our inclusive work environment that supports and encourages individual growth and strong teams. Goodstart Early learning acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of all lands on which we come together. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures as enduring, living cultures and pay our respects to Elders past and present. Posting Notes MENAI, SYDNEY NSW Australia (AU) NSW ACT - Region 20 SF00 No Early Childhood Qualification Part-Time

    location Menai, New South Wales


  • Junior Administrative Assistant - Barristers' Chambers

    Responsibilities include general office duties such asmail and DX collection,deliveries,banking,court filing,reception relief,manual handling, specifically lifting of boxes and delivering of court trolleys.cleaning and stocking kitchens, to name a fewWorking in a team of 5 staff servicing a Floor of over 50 Barristers across 3 locations.All training will be provided on the job, though not essential, work experience in a similar role or office environment is preferred, would suit a recent school leaver or similar.Fantastic entry level opportunity for the right applicant to learn in a fast paced Chambers.Some essential traitsskills that you possess will be presentation suitable to a professional workspace, high attention to detail, show initiative, excellent communication and computer skills (eg office suite), the ability to work to deadlines and also under time pressures.Wages paid in accordance with the Legal Services award, and dependent on ageexperienceJob Types Full-time, ContractWork EligibilityThe candidate can work permanently with no restriction on hours (Required)

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • General Administrator

    Immediate start Location Gladesville, NSW Casual - 28.37 per hour Assist the team during busy Christmas time - Mondays to Fridays 10am - 3pm Client Details Our client is a property facilities management company located close to the city Description Reception - answering all incoming calls and queries Data Entry General administration Have excellent command of English Have impeccable attention to details Profile Minimum 2 years experience as office administrator and reception Good phone manner is critical Work experience utilising excel spreadsheets - you will be tested prior to commencing Job Offer Hours - Mondays to Fridays 10am to 3pm 28.37 per hour If you are interested - please Apply below. Thank you Mele 0000062390-1157474736816254

    location Northern Beaches Council, New South Wales


  • Business Traineeship

    Complete your Certificate 3 or 4 Business qualification and gain valuable experience working for a leading Australian supplier to the automotive industry located in Wetherill Park. This is a full time position with study hours incorporated into your 38 hour working week. Your duties will include data entry, assisting with customer enquiries, filing and other administration tasks. The successful candidate will be reliable, with a willingness to learn, well presented, with excellent customer service and communication skills. An enthusiastic personality, good work ethic and good eye for detail are highly desirable. Drivers licence and own car is essential.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administrative Officer_SVHN

    Position Title Administrative Officer Employment Type Permanent Full Time Hours per week 38 (Monday to Friday) Position Grade Administrative Officer (Level 3) Salary 59,584.27 - 61,546.19 Enterprise Agreement The named NSW (Non-Declared) Affiliated Health Organisations Health Employees Agreement Department Name General Ambulatory Care Position Summary A vacancy exists in the above unit for a highly motivated Administrative Officer with appropriate knowledge and skills to join our friendly and supportive team. This position is a front line position, meeting and greeting patients and families to the General Ambulatory Care Department The position also involves communication with the public through incoming phone calls to the department including screening and distributing incoming calls to the appropriate staff. Our progressive and innovative team offers development opportunities for our staff and a caring environment for the delivery of high quality patient centred care. This position requires a Working with Children Check (WWCC) issued by the Office of the Childrens Guardian. The vacancy is open to Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens who hold a valid New Zealand passport, Australian permanent residents and those non-residents deemed by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to be eligible to work in Australia only. About St Vincents Health Network Sydney St Vincents Health Network Sydney is made up of three public hospitals, St Vincents Hospital Sydney, Sacred Heart Health Service and St Josephs Hospital at Auburn. We are part of St Vincents Health Australia, the largest diversified health care organisation within Australias not for profit Catholic health care sector. As a Catholic health and aged care service provider, our mission is to bring Gods love to those in need through the healing ministry of Jesus, with a commitment to those who are poor and vulnerable. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, and the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks are conducted for all successful candidates. Employment with St Vincents is subject to you 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. Application Instructions St Vincents Health Network Sydney is committed to reconciliation and encourages Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people to apply for all advertised positions. When applying for the position, Applicants will be required to upload a recent Resume as well as a separate Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria for the position as outlined below. External applicants are to upload their Cover Letter alongside their Resume when reaching the ˜My Experience tab >ResumeCV> Upload. For Internal applicants, this document is to be uploaded further down the page alongside your Resume under ResumeCV> Upload. Selection Criteria Personal integrity and demonstrated commitment to the Philosophy, Mission and Values of Mary Aikenhead Ministries and St Vincent™s Health Australia Demonstrated high level communication and interpersonal skills Demonstrated ability to communicate with a broad range of people from a variety of social backgrounds Demonstrated high level telephony and customer service skills Demonstrated high level computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, Email, clinical information systems and document management systems Demonstrated ability to work in a team and semi autonomously Ability to liaise with staff across the multi-disciplinary team Demonstrated commitment to own personal and professional development An example on how to address the selection criteria is provided in the link below in order to assist you with completing your application. Applicants that do not address the selection criteria will have their application automatically culled. Applications Close 11th December 2019

    location Darlinghurst, New South Wales


  • Team Assistant

    The client Our client is a one of Australia™s Leading Investment Group covering multiple industries here and overseas. Their development arm of the business holds a large national portfolio that is expanding, with this they are looking to for an experienced Team Assistant to join the team. The role Working within the property sector of the business you will be supporting a team of three while maintaining the office, your days will involve but not be limited to Extensive Diary email management Coordinating team travel arrangements Liaising with internal external Ensuring the office the maintained equipped Skills experience With previous experience working in a corporate office in a similar position, you will pride yourself on your ability to work across multiple projects. You will also possess the following attributes Strong attention to detail Excellent written Verbal communications skills Exceptional Time management organisational skills Ability to work autonomously within a team Benefits Privately owned company Generous remuneration package Excellent exposure into the property Formidable leadership team “ work with the best Please call Tiffany Pritchard on 0433 588 560 for more information or email your CV to tpritchardgoughrecruitment.com.au All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence. Only those with the right to work in Australia need apply. PLEASE NOTE Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Not looking yourself but know someone right for the role? Refer a friend and receive a referral fee - ask me how.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Part Time Admin Assistant | Immediate start!

    Ideal for a student looking for regular work in a professional, friendly office environment Work part time for three hours every Friday afternoon Get your foot in the door of an international media and events company We™re an international media company, looking for an admin super star to perform a variety of coordination tasks at our St Leonards office for three hours every Friday afternoon. With ten offices around the world, Key Media produces award-winning magazines, news websites and events. Our office culture is friendly, supportive and fast-moving. At Key Media we really value our culture and the way we work together to get things done. This role would ideally seek a student looking for regular work in a professional, friendly office environment, with the opportunity to learn about the media and events industry. The position involves Lodging mail with the post office Updating contact details in our database Maintaining office supplies and keeping the office neat and tidy Helping to organise and coordinate social functions Basic admin and filing tasks The ideal candidate will be Professional, friendly and reliable Able to commit to three hours work every Friday Someone with a great attitude (no experience required) Physically able to carry small parcels (up to 5kg) Apply now with a CV and cover letter that explains how the three hours each week would fit with your schedule and life style. About us Key Media is a rapidly growing business media company with offices in Sydney, Toronto, Auckland, Manila, Denver, London and Singapore, serving a range of professional services markets across the Asia-Pacific, North America and the UK. The organisation™s products operate across key business verticals including Financial Services, Legal, Education, Property and Human Resources, bringing product providers and business communities together through print media, events and online channels. Key Media has an unquestioned reputation for delivering high-quality, timely information in whatever format best suits our customers. In just over 18 years, Key Media has grown from the launch publisher of a single B2B magazine to a global business media company with an ever-growing portfolio of market-leading products. Key Media prides itself on its entrepreneurial culture, creating innovative products for the industries in which we operate. Central to our business model is a truly platform-neutral approach to media communication. Whether audiences wish to communicate through the pages of a magazine, face-to-face at events, or online through the latest in cutting-edge technology, Key Media has a product to suit their needs. œWe believe there are no forms of media too old to thrive or too young to explore. We are always adapting and developing and looking for ways to improve our quality and expand our presence within our markets.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Education Support Administrator

    Job no 498448 Work type Continuing Full time Location Sydney, NSW Categories Research Administration support School of Psychiatry UNSW Medicine Ref 498448 Support the educational program at the School of Psychiatry Full time (35 hrsweek) continuing position 74K-84K plus 17 superannuation and leave loading Based in Sydney The School of Psychiatry in UNSW Medicine is widely reputed as the pre-eminent psychiatric research department in the country and one of the leading university groups internationally. The School is seeking to appoint an Education Support Administrator who will provide end-to-end administration support to the delivery of undergraduate, postgraduate and HDR programs within the School of Psychiatry. The role focuses on the coordination of student clinical placements, management of student queries and the School™s online Forensic Mental Health Postgraduate Program. The role also requires the incumbent to work closely with academic medical professionals and professional staff within the University. As a Education Support Officer you will coordinate the logistical aspects of the School™s teaching and supervision requirements provide support in media production for online courses and maintain the programs website as well as manage moodle courses through close coordination with academics collect program and course statistics and assist the education support officer with various activities such as taking meeting minutes, results processing, event management etc. To be successful in the position you will have Relevant degree and experience or equivalent competency gained through another combination of education, training and experience Reasonable level of comfort interacting with both inpatients and outpatients participating in educational assessments Demonstrated success in managing a high volume, process-driven administrative environment with variable work flows Knowledge of educational technologies and web-based learning management systems (e.g., eMed, Moodle, Astra, SIMS) is highly desirable Excellent written and verbal communication skills and sound computer literacy You must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent resident to apply for the position. Please apply online, applications send directly to the below contact will not be considered. You must address all the selection criteria mentioned in the position description. Education Support Administrator L5 - PD.pdf Contact Jane Clarke, School Manager E jane.clarkeunsw.edu.au Applications close 17th December 2019 Position Description Advertised 27 Nov 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close 17 Dec 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administrative Assistant

    Administration Assistant A summary of our new company Our clients have been established since 2002, proudly Australian-owned, servicing the Greater Sydney Region, Brisbane, and Melbourne. They provide a comprehensive integration of high quality services to Reisdential, Commercial, Industrial, Retail, and Public Facilities focusing on Asset Management, Concierge, Cleaning, Landscaping, and Facilities Management. A summary of your new role They are currently looking for a skilled Administrator who is motivated and eager to build a long term career in the strata industry and grow. As a key member of of their team, you will work closely with Building Managers to provide critical assistance with the administration of their property portfolios. Whilst support and training will be provided, ideally you are a skilled Administrator who enjoys taking the initiative, takes pride in maintaining accurate filing systems and thrives working in a fast-paced environment with people from different backgrounds. Whats in it for you? Competitive remuneration Professional development opportunities Inclusive and diverse team environment Your key responsibilities will include Processing daily mail Answering phone calls and emails Assisting with the preparation and distribution of correspondence including meeting notices and minutes Maintaining filing systems, registers, client details Collating and issuing client welcome packs Uploading reports and correspondences accurately to the system Offering assistance to managers and other personnel to ensure effective administration and work-flow Ideally you will possess the following attributes High level proficiency in Word, Excel,Outlook Advanced written and verbal communication skills Excellent time management skills with the ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks High level professionalism and integrity Commitment to providing quality customer service Interviews are taking place asap. If you are interested please follow the application process or call Ezrael ASAP on 0430 877 710 Call Ezrael anytime on 0430 877 710 for a confidential discussion regarding This particular role Industry Trends Wage Expectations Employment Reviews New Employment Opportunities We promise absolute confidentially, honest advise and professional representation. IMPORTANT By submitting your email address and any other personal information when you apply to a job, you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with our privacy policy. httpcareerbuilding.com.auprivacy-policy

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • State Administrator

    Job Description This role will provide a high level of administrative assistance and support to BAT Australia to enable the efficient operations and represent BATA in a professional and positive manner at all times to all internal and external stakeholdersKey role responsibilitiesSupporting the team in all administrative activities, EHS supportInvoicing, raising purchase ordersOrganising all relevant travel arrangements.Processing and coding expenses including travel, credit card and general administration.Budget management and tracking.General administration duties including faxing, filing, photocopying, arranging couriers, printing, bindingLiaison with external clients, suppliers, consultants, overseas stakeholders and others as required.Coordinate and manage team meetings throughout the annual calendar.Skills and experience Demonstrated experience in administrative support roles in a large organisation.Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Skills in Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook.Excellent organisational skills, ability to multi-task and organise othersAbility to apply a high level of credibility, and discretion deliver with integrityWell-developed prioritisation and time management skills whilst working under pressurePositive attitude and ability to energise others.Working at BATBritish American Tobacco is all about freedom of choice ” whether it™s our people or our products. Combined with our entrepreneurial spirit, it™s what™s driven our phenomenal success. We started trading tobacco over a hundred years ago. Today, we™re a multibillion dollar company with more than 200 brands in our portfolio. With robust positions in each of our regional markets, our future looks equally bright too.There™s no doubt our industry is controversial ” we™re the first to admit that. But rest assured, we take a responsible approach to our trade. In each of our markets, we observe every local law regarding tobacco (in many cases going further than our own voluntary code). Not only that, we treat our farmers fairly, invest in the environment and help to sustain local communities.We also excel at developing our own people into leaders of the future. As an organisation with a high-performance culture, we™ll expect a lot from you. But we™ll support you every step of the way to help you deliver. If you™re passionate and ambitious, rapid career progression is a reality here. And because we™re such a large company (we employ more than 55,000 people worldwide), there are plenty of exciting opportunities for you to develop a truly extraordinary career.Find out moreIf you have the talent and expertise to make your mark in a global organisation that thrives on diversity, innovation and a commitment to helping people make the most of their abilities, find out more about working for us at www.bat.comJob Types Full-time, PermanentEducationBachelor Degree (Preferred)LocationSydney NSW (Required)Work EligibilityThe candidate can work permanently with no restriction on hours (Required)

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administration Officer

    Position Title Administrative Officer Employment Type Permanent Full Time Hours per week 38 (Monday to Friday) Position Grade Administrative Officer (Level 3) Salary 59,584.27 - 61,546.19 Enterprise Agreement The named NSW (Non-Declared) Affiliated Health Organisations Health Employees Agreement Department Name General Ambulatory Care Position Summary A vacancy exists in the above unit for a highly motivated Administrative Officer with appropriate knowledge and skills to join our friendly and supportive team. This position is a front line position, meeting and greeting patients and families to the General Ambulatory Care Department The position also involves communication with the public through incoming phone calls to the department including screening and distributing incoming calls to the appropriate staff. Our progressive and innovative team offers development opportunities for our staff and a caring environment for the delivery of high quality patient centred care. This position requires a Working with Children Check (WWCC) issued by the Office of the Childrens Guardian. For more information and how to apply, please visit the Office of the Childrens Guardian website www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.auworking-with-childrenworking-with-children-check The vacancy is open to Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens who hold a valid New Zealand passport, Australian permanent residents and those non-residents deemed by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to be eligible to work in Australia only. About St Vincents Health Network Sydney St Vincents Health Network Sydney is made up of three public hospitals, St Vincents Hospital Sydney, Sacred Heart Health Service and St Josephs Hospital at Auburn. We are part of St Vincents Health Australia, the largest diversified health care organisation within Australias not for profit Catholic health care sector. As a Catholic health and aged care service provider, our mission is to bring Gods love to those in need through the healing ministry of Jesus, with a commitment to those who are poor and vulnerable. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, and the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks are conducted for all successful candidates. Employment with St Vincents is subject to you 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. Application Instructions St Vincents Health Network Sydney is committed to reconciliation and encourages Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people to apply for all advertised positions. When applying for the position, Applicants will be required to upload a recent Resume as well as a separate Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria for the position as outlined below. External applicants are to upload their Cover Letter alongside their Resume when reaching the ˜My Experience tab >ResumeCV> Upload. For Internal applicants, this document is to be uploaded further down the page alongside your Resume under ResumeCV> Upload. Selection Criteria Personal integrity and demonstrated commitment to the Philosophy, Mission and Values of Mary Aikenhead Ministries and St Vincent™s Health Australia Demonstrated high level communication and interpersonal skills Demonstrated ability to communicate with a broad range of people from a variety of social backgrounds Demonstrated high level telephony and customer service skills Demonstrated high level computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, Email, clinical information systems and document management systems Demonstrated ability to work in a team and semi autonomously Ability to liaise with staff across the multi-disciplinary team Demonstrated commitment to own personal and professional development An example on how to address the selection criteria is provided in the link below in order to assist you with completing your application. Applicants that do not address the selection criteria will have their application automatically culled. Applications Close 11th December 2019 Position Description and Critical Job Demands Checklist Review the following documents JR108981Template - Job Demands Checklist and Health Declaration.pdf JR108981Administration Officer Level 3 Position Description.pdf JR108981SVHS - How to address the Selection Critieria.pdf Contact Details admin manager, silvana osmond, 83823115, silvana.osmondsvha.org.au Alternate Contact num, brian diskin, 83823116, jamesbrian.diskinsvha.org.au Closing Date 11 December 2019 1159pm

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Group Administration Officer

    Group Administration Officer 12 months contract - January 2020 start Sydney North Ryde location 312.00 - 340.00 day rate This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions. Our client is seeking a Group Administration Officer to provide group administrative support to a Specialist Sales Leadership Team, with a strong focus on events and communications. About the role Event management support (4-6 major events per year and monthly smaller events) Assist with internal events such as team off-sites, workshops and other training events Set up team meetings, booking logistics, arranging travel plans, and processing expenses Provide calendar management support to the Sydney based leadership team Ad-hoc group administration, assisting with the set up of new employees, and raising POs Develop and execute plans for employee communications (internal comms, developing content for internal briefing meetings as required) Developing content and managing Digital Communication and Social Media requirements (LinkedIn, Yammer, Microsoft Teams) Work with Sydney and Asia leadership team on employee morale initiatives and events To be successful in this role, ideally you will have 2+ years experience in a similar role ideally within a national company andor large organisation Strong communication experience (DigitalPower Point, WhizWriting comms) Strong strong organisational and project management skills Current knowledge of digital comms techniques and social media engagement Excellent stakeholder engagement and ability to stay calm and collected whilst managing competing priorities How to apply To apply, click the Apply Now button and send your up-to-date resume, for a confidential discussion call Tiana Stevens on 1300 111 365. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Job reference 877005

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Finance Team Assistant - Sydney - $55K+

    My client is based within the Finance and Payroll industry and are currently looking for a Team Assistant to manage all administration within the Finance Team. This is a fast paced and fun working environment and team. This role involves high-end data entry and they need someone who is analytical and keen to work within financial services. Your main duties will include Processing payments Confidential information uploads Liaising with clients and processing orders Customer service Invoicing Collecting information via the phone importing bank details setting up new starters in payroll Filing Responding to phone and email enquiries All general adhoc admin duties for the office To be successful for this role you must have Experience within data entry or finance Strong administration skills A keen interest with the Financial Services industry Computer literate with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint This role will suit somebody who is self-motivated and proactive with a can do attitude. You must be well presented with excellent communication skills both written and verbal. You will have some experience across high end administration. Appreciating Office Support is a boutique recruitment agency specialising in both temporary and permanent recruitment within all Office Support roles. We work across Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Eastern Suburbs and surrounding areas. If you™re immediately available, come from an Office Support background and happy to cover longshort-term contracts or permanent roles please apply below

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Project Adminstration Support

    Progress your career in a dynamic, people focused culture of promotion and development Join a 1B+ Top 100 Australian commercial furniture, construction interiors business with a small team feel Administration role working on large projects Salary up to 65K + Super + Incentives Location in design district Surry Hills close to Central Station Do you have Administration skills either general or gained within building materials, Industrial Design, Interior Design products or furniture? Are you looking for a full time role that allows you to be an integral part of exciting commercial fit-out projects? If so, then I would like to talk to you. Company Our client not only designs, engineers and manufactures highly intelligent commercial workplace designer furniture solutions, they also research and consult on the role well planned environments play in the culture and performance of a business. A 1B+ BRW top 200 company, they have 14 offices globally and consult to the likes of Westpac, Fujitsu, Facebook, LinkedIn, IAG, Telstra, BHP, QANTAS etc. Role They are now urgently in need of a bright ambitious Project Administration Support person to join their busy Project Delivery Operations team. Full training across the role will be provided. Key Responsibilities Leading administration maintenance support across various small, mid large projects Reviewing, revising and approving purchase orders against project quotes Processing of tender documentation maintenance of job files Preparation of site files to ensure timely project starts Supporting the Estimators, Project Coordinators Site Managers with presentations, pricing variations and other administration Success in this role will result in opportunities for development and progression in your career. Experience Essential Administrative skills Advantageous Experience gained within Construction, building materials or Interior products, Industrial Design studies or furniture Essential Intermediate MS Office skills Essential Efficient, autonomous, organised coupled with a want to exceed expectations If you fit the above criteria and are looking to start your career in Commercial Furniture or Commercial Projects, then I would like to hear from you Please dont delay, send me your CV today Please click the Apply Now button below to apply

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Support Officer, Property, Clerk Grade 3/4

    - 00007GLT Great opportunity to join a dynamic, professional team that plans NSW school infrastructure. Full-time, temporary appointment for a period up to four years Competitive remuneration, agile workspaces, flexible working hours CBD location close to all public transport About the Directorate School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW) is delivering new school buildings, major upgrades and maintenance strategies to ensure every school-aged child has access to high quality education facilities at their local public school. This encompasses the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW. About the team The Property unit manages the departments state-wide property and accommodation portfolio. They seek out opportunities to work with private developers to acquire land, enter into commercially savvy leasing and licencing arrangements and ensure our office accommodation is conducive to us doing business effectively. And why? So that ultimately, NSW students and school staff have learning environments that work best for them. About the role Youll provide administrative support to your teams and ensure all documentation is collated, filed and readily accessible to project teams and stakeholders. About the Department of Education We ensure young children get the best start in life by supporting and regulating the early childhood education and care sector. We are the largest provider of public education in Australia with responsibility for delivering high-quality public education to two-thirds of the NSW student population. For more information about the Department of Education, please visit NSW Department of Education How to apply The NSW Department of Education is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We encourage diverse applicants from a range of backgrounds to apply for roles in the department. To apply for this role, please submit an application by clicking œApply Online below. To apply, you will need to attach a cover letter (max. 2 pages) and your resume (max. 5 pages) in either Word or PDF format. Please address any pre-screening questions and any essential requirements. We are looking for you to demonstrate your competence in the focus capabilities as outlined in the role description in your answer, so please develop your response with this in mind. Note the selection process will include a range of assessment techniques to assist in determining your suitability for the role. If you are called to interview you will need to provide the following documents and your employment may be subject to the Department™s Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check to determine your suitability for employment. Proof of Identity information Informed Consent Form Declaration for non-child work PRE-SCREENING QUESTIONS Demonstrate how you have used your initiative in a past role and what the impact was for your organisation. (300 words maximum). What have you done in a situation where there were tight deadlines and competing priorities? (300 words maximum). ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Undergraduate or postgraduate degree qualification in a relevant field andor equivalent workplace experience. Note A recruitment pool may be created through this recruitment process. A recruitment pool is a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 18 months. Contact Officer For enquiries about this role, please contact SINSW Realignment Team on 0428 434 836 or by email to sinsw.realignmentdet.nsw.edu.au Location Sydney Region Work Type Full-time Total Remuneration Package 87,901. Package includes salary (72,481 - 79,297), employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Contact SINSW Realignment Team - 0428 434 836 Closing Date 11-Dec-2019 Job Category Property and assets Organisation Department of Education

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administrative Officer, Clerk Grade 5/6

    - 00007GRM Temporary full-time appointment for a period up to 30 June 2022 Location Parramatta About the Department of Education We ensure young children get the best start in life by supporting and regulating the early childhood education and care sector. We are the largest provider of public education in Australia with responsibility for delivering high-quality public education to two-thirds of the NSW student population. For more information about the Department of Education, please visit NSW Department of Education Educational Services Division Educational Services Division leads and directs the effective provision of educational, corporate and business services that add value to teaching and learning across more than 2,200 public schools in NSW. The Division is responsible for coordinating the development and delivery of quality and responsive policies, processes, services, technologies, or business systems that contribute to maximising achievement for every student in a NSW public school. The overarching goal of the Educational Services Division is the strategic, future-focussed planning and quality assurance of service delivery to achieve equity of access and outcomes for every student regardless of where he or she lives or attends school. Primary purpose of the role The position provides high level administrative and project support for the effective and efficient operation of projects across the Leadership and High Performance directorate. How to apply The NSW Department of Education is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We encourage diverse applicants from a range of backgrounds to apply for roles in the department. To apply for this role, please submit an application by clicking œApply Online below. To apply, you will need to attach a cover letter (max. 2 pages) and your resume (max. 5 pages) in either Word or PDF format. Please address any pre-screening questions and any essential requirements. We are looking for you to demonstrate your competence in the focus capabilities as outlined in the role description in your answer, so please develop your response with this in mind. Note the selection process will include a range of assessment techniques to assist in determining your suitability for the role. For enquiries about this role, contact Robyne Russo, Department of Education, at (02) 7814 2338 or by email to Robyne.Russodet.nsw.edu.au This is a child-related role. If you are the successful candidate you will be required to obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC) Clearance number as a condition of employment (if you do not already have this). For more information, visit httpswww.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.auchild-safe-organisationsworking-with-children-check In addition, your employment may be subject to the Department™s Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check to determine your suitability for employment. If you are called to interview you will need to provide the following Proof of Identity information Informed Consent Form Declaration for child-related work Pre-Screening Questions Can you provide an example of when you have provided high quality administrative, finance and project support and how it contributed to the efficiency of business operations? What was your role? (300 words maximum). Describe when you have coordinated the organisation of an event, what was required to ensure the smooth running and customer satisfaction? (300 words maximum). ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Working with Children Check for paid employment Closing date 11 December 2019 Note A recruitment pool may be created through this recruitment process. A recruitment pool is a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 18 months. Location Sydney Region-Sydney - Greater West Work Type Full-time Total Remuneration Package 104,561. Package includes salary (85,488 - 94,327), employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Contact Robyne Russo - 02 7814 2338 Closing Date 11-Dec-2019 Job Category Administration and clerical Organisation Department of Education

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Brokers Assistant

    About Them This boutique investment group whose ultimate objective is to deliver unique financial solutions for their clients are looking to grow their team and take on a super star Brokers Assistant to support the MD in their Marrickville office. This practice take pride in building and developing relationships with clients and respective stakeholders to understand their needs and goals in order to identify optimal solutions for both their business and personal finance needs. The Role Assisting broker with packaging and lodging loan applications Communicating with clients, lenders and other professionals Managing the loan process from start to finish Manage the firms marketing strategies Take detailed briefs of client lending requirements and ensure all background information is sourced Perform preliminary credit assessments and evaluating potential loan serviceability Maintain key relationships and liaise with internal and external stakeholders to solve any customer queries Present and workshop loan structures with lenders where applicable The Ideal Candidate Results driven, accountable and passionate Ability to prioritise, be proactive and manage workload Eye for detail and improving efficiencies along with attention to detail on compliance Strong computer skills and administration skills 2 years + lending experience within a banking or broking environment Experience with œApply Online (an advantage) Certificate IV Diploma in Finance and Mortgage Broking (an advantage) Residential lending exposure (essential) Commercial lending exposure (an advantage) Provide a high standard of customer service Strong interpersonal, communications and negotiation skills Work for a dynamic, innovative company where you can gain more experience and work alongside a switched on broker with over 20 years experience Send your CV to Natalie Kotzias via the apply links below

    location Marrickville, New South Wales


  • Junior Office Administrator

    The Office Junior provides administrative assistance to the Office manager and to the broader Technical team at the Olectric Office. The role is located in Gladesville and is an entry level position that would be suitable for a recent HSC graduate or similar.Specific Duties include General reception dutiesBanking and mail errandsOffice maintenanceOrdering equipment for techniciansOrganising couriers and following up on statusData entry into MYOB - accounting packageData entry into AroFlo “ Job management systemReconciling monthly Credit Card statementAssist with travel bookings as requiredAssist with maintenance of website and social mediaOther projects as required Eg. Ordering new Olectric clothing. Marketing materialBackground and experienceHSC qualified “ undertaking or prepared to undertake Business Administration course (flexibility to attend TAFE or similar)Sound computer skills - Use of word, excel, email and internetExcellent communication and organisational skillsStrong work ethic, proactive with the ability to work autonomously or part of a team.Job Type Full-timeSalary 37,440.00 yearEducationHigh School (Year 12) (Preferred)LicenceDrivers Licence (Required)

    location Gladesville, New South Wales


  • Risk & Compliance - Administrator

    One of Australia™s largest not for profit organisations is seeking a Risk Manager to finalise our Risk Management Framework. The Risk and Compliance Administrator will play a key role in providing day to day administrative support to an internal Risk and Compliance team who manage a broad range of sectors. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Assisting and supporting the Head of Risk and Compliance and members of the Risk and Compliance Team (incorporating Risk, Insurance, Claims, Safety, Governance and Compliance) with the implementation and administration of various risk and insurance related projects. Assisting the Head of Risk and Compliance and the Risk and Compliance Team in the day to day administration of litigated claims, including document management. Providing general administrative support to the Risk and Compliance Team. Maintaining a web-based risk information platform. Maintaining an internal electronic document management system. NECESSARY EXPERIENCE Strong organisational administration experience gained from working within a dynamic, client focused environment. Previous administrative experience within a legal, risk or compliance environment. Advanced MS Office (Excel and Word) skills or experience. Attention to detail with strong numerical and analytical ability. Excellent time management and prioritisations skills. Responsible and team player with the ability to develop constructive relationships. Ability to work independently as well as contributing as a member of the Risk and Compliance Team Insurance or legal background, experience with complex legal claims or Royal Commissions would be an advantage. For more information please Apply Now or contact Carlie on 0404 254 832 or cbowdenampersand.com.au

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • Administrator

    Are you an Administrator in Sydney looking for an immediate start in Thornleigh? Do you have previous experience of working with a construction company and have Xero experience? What you get Immediate start Contract opportunity that can lead to permanent Work in Thornleigh Work for a local Construction company What you need To be available for an immediate start Office Administration experience Experience of using Xero If you are available for an immediate start, have the relevant experience and would be interested in more information click the apply now button or contact Martin on 0414 919 774

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administrative Assistant for Plumbing

    Are you a positive and self-motivated person that possesses initiative and have the ambition to grow and develop? Are you looking for an employer who is happy to invest in time and training for you?Then we would like to hear from youYour new job as an Administrative assistant would be to assist our family owned plumbing business and its growing customer base. You will be working directly with management to deliver a totally dependable customer experience to our service and maintenance clients in and around the Sydney region.Essential Skills and Experience· Excellent customer service skills and professional phone manner· Ability to be well organised, self-motivated and work autonomously and in a team· Flexible, adaptable and willing to take up any challenge that comes their way· Excellent communication and time management skills· Ability to manage own tasks and responsibilities in a timely and efficient mannerNot mandatory, but beneficial skills and experienceExperience in client service focused administrative position.Experienced in using job management softwareExperience and understanding of the plumbing industryKnowledge of Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, OutlookAs an administrative assistant your duties will include· Constant contact with new and current clients through e-mail and phone· Effectively and accurately scheduling new jobs (Data entry) Re-scheduling existingongoing jobs to deliver on service KPIs· Constant and effective communication with service technicians and managers· Facilitating standard job workflow (quotes, scheduling, follow-ups, notes)· Adhoc office duties to assist with the management teamWorking hours will be part time “ 5 days, 9am-3pm with opportunity for flexibility and to become a full time role.If this sounds like the perfect job for you please send through your resumeJob Type Part-timeExperienceadministration 1 year (Preferred)customer service 1 year (Preferred)LicenceDrivers (Required)BenefitsFlexible work arrangementsTraining and professional development assistanceAdministrative DutiesSchedulingRunning errandsAnswering and routing phone callsManaging social mediaGreeting visitorsSorting and sending mail

    location Blacktown, New South Wales


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer Job no 492780 Work type Part time Location Bexley Categories Administration With the Italian tradition of community, mutual help, Christian faith and family, Scalabrini offers the provision of excellent care to the frail aged and people living with dementia delivered with a profound sense of justice and a respect for all cultures. With six aged care villages across NSW, five within the Sydney Metro area and the six located in regional NSW. We are seeking a highly organised and efficient Receptionist to join a friendly and responsive customer service team that is central to the seamless operation of our vibrant Village community. The Receptionist is responsible for general office duties, with a focus on proactive and professional customer service delivery. They are typically the first point of contact for residents, families, staff, volunteers and visitors, ensuring that their diverse needs are attended andor that appropriate referral for follow up action is taken. This position located at our BEXLEY Village. Required Previous experience in administration or reception in a busy office environment Exceptional customer service skills and professional standards Well developed interpersonal skills Good communication skills, both written and verbal Advanced computer literacy Ability to multi-task and prioritise workload Ability to adapt, learn and use new systems promptly and effectively Desirable Previous experience within an aged care environment Ability to speak Italian or other languages Certificate III in Business Administration or related subject Used systems like Emplive, SLS, iCare, PageUp STARS Benefits Salary Packaging as you will be working for a non-for-profit organisation A supportive team environment and A great work environment. If this sounds like you, The successful applicant will need to meet the requirements of a Criminal History Check as per the Aged Care Act 1997. Scalabrini supports diversity and equal opportunity in the workplace. www.scalabrini.com.au Advertised 28 Nov 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close 28 Dec 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time

    location Bexley, New South Wales


  • Procurement Administration Officer

    We are looking for an experienced administration officer who has worked within procurement. There is a strong preference for candidates with a public sector background. 6 month contract opportunity with NSW State Government Immediate start MUST have previous experience assisting within procurement or contract administration The Client Our client is responsible for ensuring young children get the best start in life by supporting and regulating the early childhood education and care sector. We are the largest provider of public education in Australia with responsibility for delivering high-quality public education to two-thirds of the NSW student population. Role responsibilities Facilitate, attend and minute operational supplier and formal contract review meetings to support the contract services officers Update contract information as required so users and advisers have the right information to ensure compliance to policies Support and follow up with buyers and suppliers with resolution to issues relating to centrally managed contracts and closing logged incidents Support Procurement project team members to fully implement new goods and services contracts and purchasing initiatives as they are developed Assist with the monthly performance reports that monitor supplier performance, contract compliance, customer satisfaction, spend, savings and other aspects as required Assist with changes as required contractually including price and catalogue review and approval processes. Support the team in maintaining accurate contract and negotiation records We are looking for reliable candidates, great interpersonal and communication skills “ experience in a similar role assisting with contract administrationreviewing legal documents. MUST HAVE Eligibility to work full-time in Australia (35 hoursweek) Must have previous experience working within a similar role, or procurement or contracts administration Strong preference for candidates with public sector experience Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills Apply below or for more information, contact Jessica Chau on 02 8252 4030 jessica.chaucgcrecruitment.com

    location North Parramatta, New South Wales


  • Administration Assistant

    LOCATION Parramatta Surrounds - free parking on-site. SALARY 55k + Super + Bonus + Parking ABOUT US Our client is a specialist within the industry and are recognised as the number one market leader in their field. With a prominent brand and instance recognition, they possess over 50 years of experience and have significant presence across Australia. They have built one of the best reputations and brands within the market through their high-quality service offering and genuine focus on customer experience. Passionate about quality, spirit and innovation, with a sizeable revenue base, they have experienced strong growth and through this have created an amazing culture of collaboration and true alignment of values. They will provide the right Administration Assistant the opportunity to make a real difference to the most important pillar of the organisation and be instrumental in growing the group. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to an experienced Senior Administration Leader, this Administration Assistant will work alongside a team of 4 in the Administration team to support the backbone and core operating foundations for the business. Excellent training, support and continued development will be provided. The Administration Assistant will Review and update client details Match clients delivered product with submitted paperwork and confirm with contractors details for processing. Ensure a high level of customer service and regular contact with our people in the field and clients. Provide regular contact with contractors for the timely processing of client products. Process reports for distribution to staff. Process funding applications on behalf of clients. Reconciliation of freight accounts for recovery from clients. Follow procedures to have weekly catalogues ready for the week™s sales. This function is on a rotational basis across the team. Follow written procedures prior to weekly sales to ensure any disbursements on behalf of clients are entered against clients for recovery. Process sale and purchase details. Ensure sale details are balanced between the payments and then uploaded into MYOB accounting system. Work with the wider team to spread the workload when required. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE You are an experienced Administration Assistant with a strong passion for business. Beyond a high performance and outstanding resume, you have a burning passion for supporting growth through your key eye for detail and reliability. You ideally have experience in large corporate businesses or an SME and are passionate about working with the right people and in the right culture. Your data entry, word, excel and systems skills are outstanding (training on the specific system will be provided) and you feel confident liaising with all levels of management. You are self motivated, an excellent communicator and enjoy being a team player. You are currently looking to enter an organisation that can offer you an opportunity to grow and be apart of an award winning culture. BENEFITS AND PERKS Strategic and commercial focused organisation. Number 1 market leader in the industry. Excellent salary on offer + bonus potential. Opportunity to make a true difference. Be part of an award winning team, genuine positive culture working for a company with a meaningful purpose and contribution to society and the environment. Opportunity to work in an innovative, award winning high-tech company full of highly motivated and talented professionals. Flexible working hours available. Free parking onsite + walking distance from public transport. A workplace thats strongly focused on the well-being, safety and welfare of its staff. Excellent training provided. APPLY If you are ready to RECODE your career, please apply clicking the link and send your resume in word format. FOLLOW US Follow RECODE GROUP on LinkedIn and visit www.recodegroup.com.au for further information and for other interesting job opportunities.

    location North Parramatta, New South Wales


  • Office 365 Administrator

    12-month contract with possible extension Brisbane Large government organisation The Role The primary purpose of the Office365 Administrator is to manage the governance, configuration and administration of the organisations Office365 platform. This is a new role, and is required to establish and manage effective governance controls, configuration management and optimise costs within the AzureOffice365 cloud platform space. Responsibilities Working with vendors, partners and internal teams, assist in the establishment of governance controls, processes and procedures to ensure flexibility and efficiency of Office 365 services. Working with vendors and partners in the day to day management and support of the Office 365 platform based on defined roles and responsibilities. Working with the internal ICT Security team, assist in the development of role based security controls and procedures to provide appropriate and effective security and access controls. Working with technology partners, where appropriate, provide high level day to day configuration management and administration of Office365 services including Email, Teams and Sharepoint. Develop, manage and undertake processes and practices for the effective management and documentation of user initiated Office365 services including Teams and Sharepoint. Working with the internal Strategy and Architectural teams, provide recommendations on Office365 platform development strategies. Work with organisations existing change and environment management processes to ensure that all changes within the Office365 platform are appropriately and accurately controlled and recorded. Review and procure appropriate toolsets required to manage Office365 platforms. Ensure effective data protection and backup policies and practices. Ensure effective license utilisation and usage tracking processes and practices. Contribute towards cost management and cost allocation processes to ensure cloud costs are optimised. Contribute to the ICT budget process by identifying ongoing costs of cloud services. Establish a continuous improvement process to optimise Office365 service management within the organisation. Engage with vendors to identify opportunities to reduce costs andor improve service capabilities. Engage with technology partners in the ongoing support of cloud resources. Maintain knowledge of Office365 platform best practices, processes, tools and configurations to maximise the effectiveness of Office365 services. Ensure compliance with contractual obligations, specifications and standards. Required Skills Demonstrated knowledge and sound experience in managing cloud services, including Office 365 services. Previous experience building, managing and configuring Office365 services in an enterprise environment. Previous experience with Email andor Sharepoint administration. Experience in liaising with relevant industry and departmental business representatives. Demonstrated experience in developing and maintaining effective stakeholder relationships and expectations. Demonstrated experience in the development of documentation and improvement of business processes and procedures. Demonstrated experience in the use of PC based software, including Office and Sharepoint. An understanding of accounting and budget principles and their application in an IT environment. Demonstrated ability to work with small teams andor autonomously. Completion of a degree or qualifications in business or an information technology related qualification or equivalent experience. Office365 certification andor Microsoft Azure certification preferred. ITIL Foundation or other appropriate qualifications which are directly related to the role are highly regarded. Tender closes on 2 December 2019. Please send your CV in Word format. Stephen Johnstone 0415 234 886

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Australian Office Assistant

    Assist with packing documentations Mailing out brochures Brochure follow up email and calls “ chasing leads Cleaning up the database from returned brochures Chase Deposit Payment Chase final payment Office admin “ collateral needs sorting Pivotal data updating of the FCTG stores being renamed Searching Guest feedback database for all RACQ pax feedback “ RACQ plan I™m working on

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Contracts Administration

    Contracts Administrator Denovo recruitment are currently representing a large T1 commercial builder who have a reach across the whole of Australia and work on a variety of projects within the commercial, residential, industrial and retail space. Our client boasts a diverse portfolio of interesting, high-end projects all valued upwards of 80M. Our client are currently looking for an experienced Contracts Administrator required for a 120m commercial project based in Sydney CBD. Key responsibilities Preparation of subcontractor packages, scopes, lettings, procurement schedules Progress claim assistance and external variations Review, negotiation and finalisation of subcontracts Management and tracking of project expenditure, inclusive of subcontractor claim Administration of RFIs to clients, architects and consultants Administration of the project HSE system To be Successful Degree in construction management or equivalent Experience working on large scale commercial projects would be an advantage Experience working on projects valued above 80M is required Knowledge of Sydney construction market and subcontractors Strong attention for detail and proven communication skills Benefits of the role 130-160K base salary Constant back office support On the job training Team building events If you are interested in applying for this role please email a word copy of your CV to joe.gdenovo.com.au or apply through the link. You will be contacted within 48 hours if shortlisted for the role.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administration Team Assistant

    Whats your ambition? Is it a big goal or small steps? Professional or personal? Wed like to know, because we make your ambitions our business. If youre looking to step up your career, JLL is the perfect professional home. At JLL, youll have a chance to innovate with the worlds leading businesses, put that expertise into action on landmark projects, and work on game-changing real estate initiatives. Youll also make long-lasting professional connections through sharing different perspectives, and youll be inspired by the best. Were focused on opportunity and want to help you make the most of yours. What this opportunity involves An exciting Administration Team Assistant opportunity currently exists supporting our Tenant Representation team based in our Sydney office Snapshot of the role Coordinate the production of documents, presentations, information memos submissions Draft and finalise invoices and pay supplier invoices Prepare E-Marketing Preparation of any meetings as required (i.e. agenda, minutes, reports, booking rooms, assisting with staffguest catering). Assist with the organisation of client events Organising the coding and submitting of AMEX cash reimbursements Organise travel (including flights, accommodation and rental cars) Sound like the job you are looking for? Before you apply its also worth knowing what we are looking for To be successful in this role, you™ll be a confident self-starter who is effective at prioritizing and multi-tasking. You™ll be able to work autonomously and as part of a team. Experience with formatting documentation skills as well as an advanced knowledge of MS Office packages are highly regarded You™ll be willing to learn, and have a ˜can do™ attitude in your approach to take on responsibilities. You™ll be well-presented and well-spoken, and easily build good relationships with stakeholders of all levels. Superior communication, time management and organisational skills are key to success in this role Apply now JLL is committed to developing and maintaining a diverse workforce. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders applications and enquiries. Please apply following the link below, quoting job reference number TSREQ88086 Please note, although developing relationships with agencies forms a component of the JLL talent acquisition strategy, on this occasion agency submissions will not be accepted.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Creditors Administrator

    What we can offer you Full-time permanent role in Sydneys buzzing CBD Annual salary between 45,000 - 50,000 + Super, depending on previous experience Full training is provided so previous property experience is not required A fun and friendly team in a supportive atmosphere Plus, no one should have to work on their birthday A paid day off to relax and enjoy your birthday is just one of the many benefits of a career with the PICA Group. The PICA Group delivers a full range of strata management services, including facilities and receivables management. It has over 700 employees and 30 branches across 11,000 strata schemes which includes residential, commercial, resorts, and mixed-use properties. As an industry leader, we aim to continuously redefine our customers experience of managing their property for the better. Your day to day duties will include, but are not limited to Batching and processing of invoices relating to PICA buildings Ensure attachments received are in the correct format (PDF), or otherwise convert the document format to PDF Ensure all invoices are indexed into the queue for the Processing Team Scan documents into an electronic system May be required to assist with Accounts Payable as needed and Any other administrative duties as directed by the manager. Role Requirements Ability to prioritise workload Fast and accurate typing skills for high volume data entry Excellent attention to detail Comfortable performing repetitive tasks Creditors andor Accounts Payable experience is highly desirable. The role is fast paced and you will need great time management skills to effectively handle a high volume of work. You will work within a supportive team environment and also work autonomously when required. Creditors andor accounts payable experience is highly desirable.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Office Assistant | SYDNEY

    The opportunity Employsure is Australias leading specialist in workplace relations. With over 26,000 small business clients, we are changing the way businesses look at their workplace relations. This is an opportunity to influence and shape the Employsure workplace and delivery of facilities support, making it a truly innovative and enjoyable work space. As the face of our Sydney office, this role sits within the wider Talent team responsible for fostering Employsure™s ˜Be Better™ culture and the delivery of world class workplaces. A diverse role which sees you maintaining a functional and high performing office space, assisting with the coordination of various activities and events, actively contributing to the social activities and completing ad-hoc administrative duties. To be successful in this role you will be a self-starting individual who is passionate about creating great experiences for others, with a keen eye for detail and the ability to continuously multi-task and prioritise to meet changing deadlines. Living our ˜Client is King™ value, you™ll have the ability to make someone™s day by going above and beyond their expectations, whether that be through organising a special treat for our famous tea trolley, corporate catering for a team event or simply remembering the name of each staff member in the office. At Employsure we are driven by our five values, Honesty, Commitment, Adaptability, Client is King and Be Better. We see success in this role as living our values and taking personal responsibility and initiative, assuring the delivery of our workplace experience in Melbourne is comparable to a 5 star hotel service. For the right person, this role will be a platform for progression into opportunities across the business. If you identify with and share these values, there will be endless opportunities for career progression. Key accountabilities. General upkeep and maintenance of the office Coordination of office catering, events and daily breakfast Managing office related registers, ordering, invoicing and budgets Liaising with internal and external stakeholders to resolve issues Assisting the Talent team and local Senior Managers with office projects as required The right person will have Ideally one-year experience in a corporate environment, preferably with a customer service or facilities focus Excellent communication skills and ability to build rapport with a variety of stakeholders Intermediate Microsoft Office experience, Outlook and Excel essential Excellent organisational skills and ability to manage time effectively Superior attention to detail Ability to work independently and able to follow process and procedure A background in any customer service related roles would be highly regarded Why join Employsure? Our vision is to Build Better businesses starting with our own. Employsure is committed to nurturing a diverse and inclusive culture of opportunity. We encourage applications from people of culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQI+, people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander origin, and people with disabilities. The opportunities are endless, with personal and professional growth being one of our top priorities. In addition, we offer our employees remarkable benefits. If you are looking for a role that can match your ambitions, we want to hear from you. With a global track record of over 30 years of success, this is your chance to join an industry leader who prides itself on expertise and innovation at an exciting time in the Australian and New Zealand market. Become a part of our exciting journey. Apply now.

    location Haymarket, New South Wales


  • Office Administrator - Part Time Role

    Great environment and salary 5 hours per day 5 days a week All round Admin role The role In this exciting eastern suburbs office you will be exposed to the following tasks Answering and returning phone calls acknowledging email correspondence dispersing as appropriate Assisting deliveries Preparation of meetings setting up as appropriate Coordinating cleaners and maintenance personnel Coordinating all compliance issues with building Managing equipment Oversee update websitesocial media accounts, including Assisting Executive as reasonably required Bookkeeping- data entry Skills Ability to work with website software Basic windowsoffice capabilities Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) Experience with online accounting software (preference for Xero, but not compulsory) Dont miss out , this opportunity will not last long - Apply NOW 3030793878

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Deal Costing Administration Clerk

    A great opportunity is available for an Automotive Deal Processing Administrator at this Multi franchise dealer group. You must have previous experience in a Vehicle Dealership Administration, and Deal CostingProcessing, a high attention to detail and willing attitude. Previous experience using Pentana ERA system will be highly regarded. Apply by forwarding your Resume in strict confidence to Brooke Jones. brookeautomotivepersonnel.com

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Legal Administration Assistant

    CBD Location Fast Track Your Career in Legal Sector Permanent Opportunity Your new company This law firm prides itself on providing first-class service to its clients, is seeking a candidate to join the Administration Assistant team, supporting 5 partners. This firm prides itself on its professionalism and quality and are looking for someone who is driven, motivated and passionate about the Legal Sector. Your new role In your role your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to Preparing formatting legal documentation Liaising with 5 partners Filing Diary Management Meeting deadlines Drafting Emails General Administration Your enthusiasm and proactive nature coupled with your ability to juggle multiple priorities and work well within a team environment will see you succeed in this role. What youll need to succeed Prior experience as a Legal Administration Assistant is desirable, however a passion for Law, coupled with administration experience will be considered. You will be a strong communicator, remain calm under pressure and demonstrate a true team player attitude. In addition you will thrive on working in a varied, busy role and have a proactive working approach. You must have intermediate Microsoft Office suite skills and be able to work at an efficient level when processing documents. This role would suit somebody who can work both independently and within a team environment. What youll get in return To work within a great office environment Training and Induction To work within a small supportive team 60,000 salary package An opportunity to grow within the firm Fast track your career within the Legal Sector What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to Brydie.Emmersonhays.com.au or call me for a confidential discussion on the role on 8226 9676. LHS 297508 2316765

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • Mortgage Brokers Assistant

    Azura Financial is an independent boutique mortgage brokerage based in Double Bay, Sydney - www.azurafinancial.com.au. Great office culture with a friendly and professional environment (less than 20 staff).In this role you will be responsible forWorking for a senior mortgage broker as an assistantOrganising loan applications and documentation - end to end process.Communicating with lenders and solicitorsKey Skills and ExperiencePrevious role in bankinglendingfinance preferred, however not essentialMercury Connective ApplyOnline experience preferred, however not essentialAbility to work independently and manage numerous tasks (highly organised)Excellent attention to detailCompetent in EnglishData EntryReviewing client supporting documentationOrganising FilesPreparing and submitting loan applicationsChecking Bank Loan contractsThis opportunity is suited towards an applicant who is someone who is content in an administration role with high attention to detail and organisational skills.Opportunity to grow within the team and broaden your role and responsibilities with ongoing remuneration incentives and reviews “ Comparable roles with 3 years experience are earning 80,000 base salary.If you are interested in applying for this role, please submit your application using the link below.You can also calltext me directly on 0450 212 049 if you have any questions about the role.Remuneration is flexible for the right applicant with experience.Job Type Full-timeSalary 40,000.00 to 60,000.00 yearEducationHigh School (Year 12) (Required)LocationDouble Bay NSW (Preferred)LanguageEnglish (Required)

    location Double Bay, New South Wales


  • Short-term Admin Assistant

    The Opportunity An exciting opportunity for an admin support officer to join the Operations Team of a large Rail business,for a short term contract role located in the CBD. Why you should make this your next role? Short term contract work CBD location Excellent facilities What responsibilities will your new role require? Document preparation Formatting documents Use word style and review tools to edit documents Other general administrative tasks. What will a successful candidate possess? Positive attitude Excellent administration skills Strong Microsoft skills formatting, style and review tools Multi-tasking and prioritization skills If you are interested please APPLY NOW as this is an ASAP start. Alternatively, email your Resume to natasha.zielinski2xmrecruit.com.au

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Site Administrator

    Our client is a large tier 1 contractor who specialize in the delivery of infrastructure and rail projects across Australia. The company has a national portfolio of projects both in pre-contracts and construction. Based in the CBD the role is to start ASAP before Christmas and will be for 34 months with a possibility of extending The Role The role will require the right candidate to support the project from a site administration perspective working with the senior management team in their new CBD office. Working at the design phase of the project it will require someone with previous site construction experience in a similar role. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to Supporting the project team and senior management with office and admin duties Maintaining office supplies and organizing of IT equipment Onboarding of new starters Organising meetings and conference calls Relationship building with internal and external stakeholders About you This is an all-rounder role that will suit someone with previous experience as a Site or Project Administrator within the civil construction industry. To be successful you will have the following skills and attributes “ Previous experience as a site admin for a civil construction company Experience working in the design phase of a project Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to build rapport with internal and external stakeholders Excellent time management and organisation skills Ability to take ownership and work autonomously Must be able to start immediately Please send your most up to date resume to be shortlisted Working holiday visas with experience may apply

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administrative Assistant / Cashier

    Are you interested in Working Part-time as an Administrative Assistant and Cashier?Experience and Educational Requirement Entry LevelIf interested in this Job Offer to Act as a bridge while looking for a full time job or to make extra income.Work Hours- Maximum of 2 Hours Daily-FlexibleAge 20 yrs and aboveJob Type Part-timeSalary 1,500.00 to 3,000.00 month

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Office Admin - Temp Role

    One of our trusted client is looking for an Admin Temp to join their team over the busy next few monthsDuties include but are not limited to Administrative dutiesScanning runsheetsData entryLiaising with clientsQuotingKnowledge Experience Required Minimum 1 years experience in an office admin roleExcellent written and communication skillsStrong Microsoft Suite skills and high attention to detailIf you would like to be rewarded for strong professional ethics within a supportive and progressive company please APPLY NOWJob Types Temporary, Casual

    location West Ryde, New South Wales


  • Administration Officer, Clerk Grade 5/6 – 219518

    - 00007H9P Temporary full-time appointment for a period up to 30 December 2022 with the possibility of extension Location Campbelltown This role provides high level executive and administrative support to the Director, Educational Leadership, Connected Communities to ensure that Connected Communities schools are supported in a targeted, timely manner. About the Department of Education We ensure young children get the best start in life by supporting and regulating the early childhood education and care sector. We are the largest provider of public education in Australia with responsibility for delivering high-quality public education to two-thirds of the NSW student population. For more information about the Department of Education, please visit NSW Department of Education About the directorate Connected Communities is an innovative strategy that is intended to drive educational outcomes for Aboriginal children and young people through linking school education to other related services, such as health, early childhood education and care, and vocational education and training. Connected Communities is being implemented in 16 schools in 11 of the most complex communities in NSW. A key component of the strategy is the co-decision making and co-leadership at the local level with the Aboriginal community which is led by the Local School Reference Group. Government schools in these locations are hubs within their communities facilitating a range of support services that are crucial to delivering a holistic, culturally inclusive education. About the role This role provides high level executive and administrative support to the Director, Educational Leadership, Connected Communities to ensure that Connected Communities schools are supported in a targeted, timely manner. The role facilitates professional support by managing both internal and external stakeholder relationships and delivers business operations to agreed standards. The role is situated in the Educational Services Division with direct links to the Schools Operation and Performance Division. How to apply The NSW Department of Education is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We encourage diverse applicants from a range of backgrounds to apply for roles in the department. To apply for this role, please submit an application by clicking œApply Online below. To apply, you will need to attach a cover letter (max. 2 pages) and your resume (max. 5 pages) in either Word or PDF format. Please address any pre-screening questions and any essential requirements. We are looking for you to demonstrate your competence in the focus capabilities as outlined in the role description in your answer, so please develop your response with this in mind. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply. Note the selection process will include a range of assessment techniques to assist in determining your suitability for the role. For enquiries about this role, contact Margaret Mulcahy, Director, Educational Leadership, Connected Communities, Department of Education, at 0436 857 179 or by email to Margaret.Mulcahy2det.nsw.edu.au This is a child-related role. If you are the successful candidate you will be required to obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC) Clearance number as a condition of employment (if you do not already have this). For more information, visit httpswww.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.auchild-safe-organisationsworking-with-children-check In addition, your employment may be subject to the Department™s Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check to determine your suitability for employment. If you are called to interview you will need to provide the following Proof of Identity information Informed Consent Form Declaration for child-related work Pre-Screening Questions Please provide examples of your high level customer service skills, effective communication, ability to meet strict deadlines, deliver results, manage projects and write briefs. (500 words maximum). Please demonstrate your understanding of the Department™s Aboriginal Education policy, the department™s partnership agreement with the NSW AECG Inc. and the Connected Communities Strategy. (500 words maximum). ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Valid Working With Children Check clearance for paid employment Note A recruitment pool may be created through this recruitment process. A recruitment pool is a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 18 months. Location Sydney Region-Sydney - West Work Type Full-time Total Remuneration Package 104,561. Package includes salary (85,488 - 94,327), employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Contact Margaret Mulcahy - 0436 857 179 Closing Date 08-Jan-2020 Job Category Administration and clerical Organisation Department of Education

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Team Assistant / PA

    The Company The company is highly successful, Australian and well known in their field. Working in partnership with their clients, they offer the best possible solutions to fulfill their needs. It offers a professional and corporate environment but with down to earth people and a non-stuffy atmosphere. The Role You will offer full PA and administrative to a team of four Department Heads. This may sound like a lot but they are all different working styles which complement each other. Duties will include diarycalendar and email management, travel and accommodation bookings, expense management, anticipating needs, working with both clear and unclear direction, event and function organisation , assisting the senior EA and generally being the lynch-pin of the greater team. Salary to 79K pkg. The Person You will need to be a pro-active and confident style of person who anticipates the needs of others and is really hands on in their work style. You will understand the corporate environment (financial or professional services ideally) and have the experience to identify potential improvements to processes. More importantly you will be ready to help out where needed and offer great support to the team. A PA or Team Assistant background is required for this role. What Now? If this role sounds like you and you are keen to secure something prior to Christmas - apply below or if you have any specific questions call Karen on 8239 5222. No Working Holiday Visas please.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Claims Coordinator (Max term full time)

    Requisition ID req2348 Employment Type Maximum term contractsecondment For 50 years, New Horizons have supported tens of thousands of Australians in hundreds of communities to enhance wellbeing. Through the right advice and services, we help customers discover their potential. By putting wellbeing at the heart of everything we do. If youre looking for somewhere to pursue your passion and make a difference, then join the New Horizons team This is a new opportunity based in our Head Office at North Ryde and you will report to the Accounting Manager within our Finance team. We are seeking a driven highly organised Claims Coordinator on a max term full time basis (until December 2020). In this position, you™ll facilitate accurate and timely revenue claims in accordance with New Horizons policies and procedures and ensuring accurate and up-to-date customer documentation is maintained as well as general accounts receivable functions. Working hours are between 800 AM and 5.30 PM, Monday to Friday, with flexible start and finish times. The day to day Invoicing “ Issue invoices “ NDIS claims Reconcile - all revenue including NDIS claims, self-managed participants, travel vouchers, customer contribution and other account documents when required Act as a resource on a regular basis, providing coaching and feedback for team members and other staff within the department. Claims Management - Lodgement of revenue claims within the required timeframes What you need to have Passion, Respect Integrity Relevant tertiary qualifications andor significant knowledge and experience in a similar role Microsoft Dynamic NAV experience is desirable Advanced Microsoft Office skills (Excel a must) National Criminal History Check (Police Check) Experience within the community services sector desirable Experience in investigating complex or sensitive matters Knowledge of andor experience with NDIA Portal and CareLink software desirable Self-motivated with the ability to work autonomously and also in a team environment You could benefit from Take advantage of the tax benefits available only to employees who work for a not for profit organization “ through lower tax deductions Work 40 hours per week and have a Rostered Day Off (monthly) Utilise our Employee Assistance Program providing counselling services Develop through Internal and external learning and workplace mentoring Access to flexible work arrangements A supportive culture and working environment To Apply Your application must include a cover letter that identifies how your skill, ability and experience meets the key responsibilities of this advert. Applications close 5pm, Wednesday 18 December 2019. New Horizons acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of the land. New Horizons values diversity and encourages applications from all people. Our vision is to see happy inclusive communities work together in collaborative and inclusive ways to create opportunity and improve quality of life. Our workforce proudly reflects the local communities we connect with and support.

    location North Ryde, New South Wales


  • Business Insights & Reporting Officer

    - 00007GDL Youll undertake research and collate information for reporting, monitoring and evaluation purposes to contribute to the achievement of reporting outcomes. Full-time, temporary appointment up to 2024. This role is located in the Sydney CBD, and is close to public transport. Competitive remuneration and benefits, including flexible working hours. About the Directorate School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW) is delivering new school buildings, major upgrades and maintenance strategies to ensure every school-aged child has access to high quality education facilities at their local public school. This encompasses the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW. About the team The Strategy, Policy Reporting unit provides policy, planning and operational support to the executive leadership team to facilitate the achievement of organisational and management objectives, including initiating, fostering and sustaining proactive working relationships with Ministers™ offices with significant ministerial liaison. Responsible for the monitoring and reporting requirements and standards for SINSW About the role You will provide a range of project and operational support services, including preparation of discussion papers, briefs and submissions, records management, and monitoring and updating of systems to contribute to the delivery of quality business reporting. About the Department of Education We ensure young children get the best start in life by supporting and regulating the early childhood education and care sector. We are the largest provider of public education in Australia with responsibility for delivering high-quality public education to two-thirds of the NSW student population. For more information about the Department of Education, please visit NSW Department of Education How to apply The NSW Department of Education is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We encourage diverse applicants from a range of backgrounds to apply for roles in the department. To apply for this role, please submit an application by clicking œApply Online below. To apply, you will need to attach a cover letter (max. 2 pages) and your resume (max. 5 pages) in either Word or PDF format. Please address any pre-screening questions and any essential requirements. We are looking for you to demonstrate your competence in the focus capabilities as outlined in the role description in your answer, so please develop your response with this in mind. Note the selection process will include a range of assessment techniques to assist in determining your suitability for the role. If you are called to interview you will need to provide the following documents and your employment may be subject to the Department™s Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check to determine your suitability for employment. Proof of Identity information Informed Consent Form Declaration for non-child work PRE-SCREENING QUESTIONS 1. Describe a situation where you had to manage, review and evaluate organisational reports to provide meaningful insights and expert advice to senior management regarding the program™s activities and capital project outcomes. (300 words maximum) 2. What actions do you taken when coordinating and planning of stakeholders to ensure accurate and timely reports for various internal and external audiences? (300 words maximum) ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Relevant qualifications andor experience, preferably gained through the completion of a business-related tertiary qualification and supplemented by practical experience in a diverse and complex operating environment.Experience in handling complex datasets and applying analytic techniques.Proven ability to translate complex analysis into meaningful insights and recommendations for a broad range of audiences.Knowledge of and commitment to the department™s Aboriginal education policies. (Please find Aboriginal Education Review “ Information) Note A recruitment pool may be created through this recruitment process. A recruitment pool is a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 18 months. Contact Officer For enquiries about this role, please contact the SINSW Realignment Team, on 0447 302 397 or by email to sinsw.realignmentdet.nsw.edu.au Location Sydney Region Work Type Full-time Total Remuneration Package 119,209. Package includes salary (97,152 - 107,541), employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Contact SINSW Realignment Team - 0447 302 397 or by email to sinsw.realignmentdet.nsw.edu.au Closing Date 17-Dec-2019 Job Category Policy Organisation Department of Education

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administration Assistant

    About the companyWe have a fantastic team who are passionate about providing support and legal advice as well as excellent customer and tenant support within a serviced office environment.You will be joining a culture that is supportive, professional and fun as we believe work life harmony is key to ones success at home and in the workplace.The opportunityBurwood Central is looking for a reliable, responsible, organised and efficient person to join the team.You will be working with high level tasks critical to client success and your main duties will includeData entryDaily mailFilingGeneral office administration dutiesCustomer ServiceOpening and closing files.Diary managementFiling, faxing and photocopyingLiaise with staff and management on urgent tasks where required.Act as reception back up to answer incoming calls and general client enquiriesAbout youAbility to multitask and prioritize according to workloads.Computer literate.Attention to detail.Available for full-time workAbove average oral and written skillsFriendly and approachableCompany Perks National and international team eventsConstant training and mentoringPositive work environmentLocated within a 4 minute walk to Burwood stationUnlimited supply of fruit, coffee and snacksNext Steps Hit applyJob Types Full-time, PermanentSalary 35,000.00 to 45,000.00 yearExperienceadministration 1 year (Preferred)customer service 1 year (Preferred)Administrative Assistant 1 year (Preferred)

    location Burwood, New South Wales


  • Team Assistant/Junior PA

    Team AssistantJunior PA to join a growing company with progression opportunities. Social culture Friday drinks Admin support network Harbour Christmas party Fresh fruit daily Discounts with 300+ retailers Changing room facilities Monthly celebrations The Team AssistantJunior PA will be responsible for DiaryCalendar management for the Executive team Arrange new-starter packs Book client meetings and bookings for Director and wider management team Following up with clients for events Upload client contacts and input data to company system Ad hoc administration Facilitate teamoffice wide events and functions Hours 8am-5pm, Monday - Friday Amazing working culture Friday drinks Admin team bonding events Dress down Fridays Monthly events Health and well being workshops Charity Days Christmas celebrations To apply please click apply or call Billie Moffat on +61 2 82893167 for a confidential discussion. Team AssistantJunior PA to join a growing company with progression opportunities. Social culture Friday drinks Admin support network Harbour Christmas party Fresh fruit daily Discounts with 300+ retailers Changing room ...

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Entry Level Administrator

    Australian Owned Business Clear Progression Opportunities Opportunity to work closely with CEO and CFO The Position The particular graduate position is to work with the CEO and CFO to drive the highest level of customer service and satisfaction by acting as the principle daily operational contact between the company and its clients. Day to Day Duties Maintain a strong partnership with all the National Account Managers. Deliver high levels of customer service within the business. Provide feedback and work to resolve issues. Ensure all client requests, enquiries and issues are documented, tracked and resolved in a timely manner. Ensure that a strong culture of communication is developed. Ensure all business dealings are carried out professionally. The Ideal Graduate Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Adapt at Problem Solving Advanced Microsoft Excel knowledge and use Customer Focuses Ability to work under pressure and prioritise tasks Good time management skills For more information on ProForce and what we do, check out our Facebook page httpswww.facebook.comproforceaustralia or visit our website httpproforce.net.au In order to be considered for this role you must have a completed university degree and hold Australian permanent residency PROFORCEADMIN1

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Traineeship - International Import/Export Administration

    So you decided school and university is not your thing You would rather get a head start on your friends, earn money and gain a qualification You want a CAREER not just a job Dont want to worry about a HECS debt or a VET Loan Excited about a career and earn money whilst gaining a qualification If this sounds like you then we have the opportunity to help you achieve just that. Industry International Freight Forwarding is a large, ever evolving and growing industry. There are many different opportunities in areas such as AirOcean Import and Export, along with Customer service. Myfreightcareer offers the chance to gain on the job experience and qualifications at the same time in this ever growing industry. Key points about the traineeship Earn a Trainee salary whilst gaining a nationally endorsed qualificationPositions available in Mascot, Botany, Matraville, Alexandria MoorebankOn the job training with one-on-one mentoring and supportWorking in an International Industry with long term career opportunities Skills required Focused, eye for detailExcellent written and verbal communication skillsKeyboard and basic I.T skillsSelf-motivatedEager to learn, team player Drivers License preferred You will be working in a reputable, highly sought after leading company where your career opportunities are endless. Undertaking and completing a traineeship with Myfreightcareer is the only way to go with over 20 years of success in training and mentoring trainees. Over 90 of myfreightcareer trainees are offered permanent roles within the organisation they are working at, why not guarantee yourself a career today? If you are ready for an exciting career and welcome the opportunity to establish new friendships, then dont hesitate. Apply now as we are waiting to speak to you.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Administrative Assistant

    Job DescriptionPermanent Part Time3 days a week, 40 hours fortnightLocation Burwood, NSWAbout the organisationWe are a well-known, leading culturally specific community-based No-For-Profit aged care provider in Sydney.Our vision is to be the model provider of culturally appropriate residential and community aged care in Australia. To honour and respect our elders as family in happy, caring communities is our continuous mission.About the roleWe are seeking a permanent, part time Administrative Assistant to join our Seniors Wellness Centre in Burwood. This role will provide administrative and clerical support to ensure the service maintains effective and efficient operations and to support the management with daily operations.Key ResponsibilitiesGreet and assist visitorsstaff in a courteous manner.Answer phones in a courteous manner, record messages accurately, direct calls, respond to enquiries and provide information of a general natureAssist with record keeping by carrying out photocopying, scanning, filing (paper and electronic), uploading and retrieval of documents as needed.Provide administrative support and assistance for staff and volunteer recruitment and induction.Ensure staff and volunteers have up-to-date police checks and renewable due diligence check (e.g. current drivers licence, first aid certificate, insurances)Assist with typing up and formatting monthly activity programs and notices.Assist in arranging the display of clients crafts and activity photographs on noticeboards.Provide accurate and timely data and information for input into management reports.About the CandidatesThe successful candidate will possess the following attributes and skillsMinimum 2 years™ experience in an administrative clerical roleDemonstrated excellent telephone manner and good interpersonal skillsDemonstrated good written and spoken communication skills in English and ChineseDemonstrated strong organising skills and ability to plan and prioritise workAbility to undertake good record keeping and to perform accurate data entryComputer literacy including knowledge and competency in basic Microsoft applications and ability to quickly become competent in other software programsDemonstrated knowledge and application of WHS, EEO and anti-discrimination legislative requirements.Australian Citizenship Permanent Residency.National Police Clearance.Experience working in a community based setting is highly desirableBasic skills in written and spoken Vietnamese is a bonus.Experience working with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse populations is an advantageBenefitsWe offer a range of benefits including salary packaging, on-going training, and career development opportunities.How to ApplySend your application by clicking the Apply Now button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please phone (02) 8741 0213 or email hratanhf.org.au quoting the job title in the subject line, together with your CV.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices and principles of cultural diversity. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Police Background Check.Job Types Part-time, PermanentExperienceadministrative 1 year (Preferred)working in community based setting 1 year (Preferred)LanguageEnglish (Required)Chinese (Mandarin Cantonese) (Required)Vietnamese (Preferred)

    location Burwood, New South Wales


  • Administrative Officer - Therapy - North Parramatta

    Are you ready to make a difference in your community? Fixed term, Full time position on offer. Join a leading disability service provider About Northcott We are a leading disability services provider in NSW and the ACT, providing services and support for people with disability and their families and carers. Northcott Therapy provides support to children, young people and adults with a range of disabilities including intellectual disability, physical disability, autism and global developmental delay. About the role We are expanding our Therapy Services and the role of a Therapy Administrative Officer has become available in order to provide support to all Therapy Managers and personnel in the delivery of effective and efficient operations and functions. As the first point of contact for Therapy inquiries, a key objective is to provide accurate and timely information to all inquiries in a friendly and professional manner you will be a key performer in ensuring that all Therapy stakeholders experience a high level of satisfaction regarding their inquiry. About you We would ideally like to see the following skills or experience Relevant tertiary qualification in business administration or evidence of actively working towards completion of qualifications. Previous experience working within an administrative support role. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Adobe programs and the ability to navigate internet technology. Proven ability to write clear and concise businesscustomer communications. Consistent record of achieving set targets. Capacity to work cooperatively with people with disability. Excellent interpersonal and problem solving skills. Proven ability to provide exceptional customer service including the ability to gain cooperation and assistance from the general public, community groups and other personnel. Good written communication skills including the ability to prepare and format correspondence, reports, newsletters and submissions. Well-developed time management skills. Ability to solve minor problems and handle complaints in a fair and equitable manner. Advanced ability to use IT systems and databases. Ability to work well in a team environment and show initiative in the execution of tasks. Understanding of the National Disability Services Standards and National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Understanding of Work Health and Safety ACT and management requirements. Why work for us? We are a leading disability services provider in NSW and the ACT, providing services and support for people with disability and their families and carers. You will have your contribution valued and to have opportunities to grow your career with us. A family friendly workplace is offered and support provided for staff to manage their home and work lives effectively. Being a not-for-profit organisation, salary packaging is available to staff this can increase your take home pay. Closing date for this ad will be 8 January 2020. We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes or applications. Northcott is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited agency resumes or applications. When applying internally, Northcott employees are required to notify their Manager and should be aware that their Manager may be asked to endorse their application. Northcott is an EEO employer and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities. Essential pre-employment checks will be conducted

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Legal Admin Assistant

    The Firm A progressive and people focused commercial firm, with a supportive culture and open-door policy. They provide clients with the highest level of advice and the best practical solutions, whilst promoting the growth and development of their lawyers. You will be involved in a general range of administrative tasks, such as diary management, preparing forms, liaising with clients, billing etc. You will havebe a relevant 12 months™ experience within a family law firm strong attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines strong written and verbal communication skills a team player willing to assist others hold unrestricted Australian working rights. Benefits Competitive salary. Be part of a close-knit team. Opportunity to develop and grow. Work under a supportive manager. For a confidential discussion, please contact Samantha Munro on 02 9233 7977 and quote ref. number SM33400. Alternatively, click apply and email your resume.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Junior Business Administrator

    Calling new graduates and school leavers Rare opportunity to join Multi-Award Winning Agency in Darling Harbour location.Due to the exponential growth of our Real Estate team, we are now looking for another team member to support us.This role will be the key to the success of the organisation. The Junior Business Administrator will need to take instructions from the consultants and the Directors of the business.Working closely with the consultants, heshe will need to ensure that the administration, promotion and marketing process of properties and team is always under control.You are the face of the office, and will hold the ultimate responsibility for the smooth operation of the office, administratively. With progress you will also support Accounts.Your excellent ability to multi-task, problem solve, prioritise your workflow and follow up requests is an advantage.The list will grow with your capabilities and needs. This is a challenging and rewarding role in a busy environment.Work within this supportive team, with the opportunity to develop in your career.Previous retail or office experience preferred but the right attitude is more important.Many of our staff are long term staff starting in this very position, and are now highly successful senior agents.If you see yourself in the role, grab this rare opportunity and Apply TodayJob Type Full-time

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Office Administrator/Bookkeeper

    Due to the growth of our business, we are looking to recruit an Office AdministratorBookkeeper to join our team. Reporting to the Managing Director you will have responsibilities including-General office administration including reception role-Meet and greet clients-Manage incoming and outgoing emails-Data entry, bookkeeping, invoicing, accounts receivable and payable-Managing Director™s schedule, arranging meetings, booking venues-Support to the Managing Director and other ad-hoc administrative tasks as required-Solid written and oral communication skills in English and Mandarin.To be considered for this role you would have administrative skills and bookkeeping experiences.You will also have high level of interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to communicate with people at all levels.Job Type Full-time

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Service Delivery Officer - Applications

    About the company At AC3, our purpose is to make technology real, and as the leaders in secure multi-cloud solutions, we get to do this for our customers every day. We are an Australian owned ICT MSP, with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland, servicing over 50 of the NSW State Government and over 700 enterprise customers. Our client is a not-for-profit organisation, working closely with large business and government. Offices are located in North Sydney. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate sound knowledge and excellent service skills in a fun and supportive team environment. About the role The Service Delivery Officer - Applications role will be responsible for the day to day delivery of the clients applications in all elements of Service Management practices. You will administer applications, develop knowledge base documentation and provide advice on the best approach to execute the tools capabilities. You will support compliance for business applications in relation to IT business continuity, quality management, risk management and security policy and procedures. Skills experience 3 years of ICT experience in a service industry, Business application or Service Delivery Experience within an ITIL environment, certification desired Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and a robust approach to solution development Able to analyse organisational needs and develop possible options that meet strategic and operational requirements Strong analytical reporting skills Knowledge and a strong understanding of service continuity planning and delivery Stakeholder management skills across a wide range of stakeholders Strong verbal and written communication skills Strong attention to detail and ability to see tasks through to conclusion Tech 1 experience highly regarded Benefits 100k base package Access to Health Insurance, salary packaging, EAP, discounts Great office in a convenient location, North Sydney Not-for-profit client

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Office Administrator

    St Swithuns Anglican Church Location Pymble, NSW Date advertised 5th December 2019 Job Type Part time Closing Date 31st December 2019 The Parish seeks to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced person to lead our busy office and provide support to the Rector, Churchwardens and Ministry Team. This is a part-time position Monday to Friday (25-30 hours per week). The successful applicant will be an Australian citizen who Is a committed Christian active in hisher local church Has proven experience in office management including strong computer skills Has a pastoral heart with the ability to handle a range of pastoral situations and who understands and handles confidential matters well Can demonstrate a high level of organizational and communication skills, including excellent time and people management. The starting date is 3rd February 2020 but open to negotiation. Please email a current CV and covering letter to the rector, the Rev. Dr Roger Chilton, at rogerswiz.org.au

    location Pymble, New South Wales


  • Administration Officer

    Contract role - starting January 2020 Located at Sydney Olympic Park Be part of the 2020 Sydney Royal Easter Show Do you have exceptional customer service and data entry skills? We are seeking an office administrator to provide high-level administration support to join our team. About the Role¦ An opportunity exists for a casual Competitions Administration Service Officer to join the Exhibitor Service Centre. This position offers variety and will suit an applicant with fast and accurate data entry skills who is flexible, energetic and has great attention to detail. As part of this role, your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to providing administration services to Sydney Royal competition clientele managing customer enquiries and correspondence maintaining and updating documentation entering data and producing reports reconciling financial transactions daily proof reading event information, competition entries, results and competition publications filing and general administration support This position commences in January 2020 and will run until the end of April 2020. You will be required to work 38 hours per week, 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday. We do, however, require a high level of flexibility around rosters and hours due to increased workloads during busy times and event periods. Additional weekend and public holiday work during the 2020 Sydney Royal Easter Show period with shifts rostered between 7am - 10pm. About you¦ Previous experience in administration, customer service andor data entry roles Proven experience with Microsoft Office Suite Demonstrated experience with attention to detail Previous customer service experience Ability to prioritise and multi-task on a daily basis A flexible, adaptable and can-do attitude to work A team player Proven history of being punctual reliable Ability to manage and address clients concerns in an appropriate and timely manner Have superior customer service skills Have excellent communication interpersonal skills, Be energetic and committed Have an outstanding work ethic and impeccable grooming Be able to work weekdays, weekends and late nights Be legally entitled to live work in Australia. Be willing to undertake a police clearance check if required PC based work tests will form part of the selection process. If you are a hard working individual who likes to work as part of a close knit friendly team, then you will enjoy this role. About us¦. The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) is a not for profit organisation that has been helping to shape agriculture in Australia since 1822. Boasting a membership base of 15,000 people, the RAS is responsible for conducting the iconic Sydney Royal Easter Show and the Sydney Royal Wine, Dairy and Fine Food Shows as well as other events and activities throughout the year. The RAS manages Sydney Showground located at Sydney Olympic Park and the Australasian Animal Registry (AAR). How to Apply¦ Please complete the requested fields within the application stage. This is to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. APPLY NOW No recruitment agencies please We thank you for your interest in the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW and Sydney Showground and look forward to receiving your application.

    location Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales


  • Office Assistant - Property Developer

    Office Assistant - Property Developer Office Assistant required for large residential and mixed use projects. Our client is an award winning developer, with a portfolio covering, residential, commercial and retail projects. As the Office Assistant you will be responsible for the following Setting up files etc Assisting Development manager in sending out Consultants tender letter Chasing Consultants regarding final reports Arranging PCG meetings Setting up meeting power point presentations. To be considered for the position of Office Assistant you will require Development, residential, real estate or property experience An understanding the NSW market and councils Ability to adapt and change on project changes when required Strong problem solving ability, be proactive and show initiative Drivers license For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DB please contact Kelly Harrison on 02 9376 8200 or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Business Administrator

    Winhome Advantage We have 10 years rich experience in property investment market and achieved 45.7 billion turn overWe provide competitive salary package plus year end bonusWe provide training so that you can adapt to new working environment quicklyGreat opportunity for staff to develop hisher careerWe can provide Professional Year working experience if necessaryPosition Office AdministratorRoles and ResponsibilitiesAnswer and forward phone calls meet and greet visitors with courtesyControl purchasing, maintain administration suppliers, liaison with subcontractorsMonitor and maintain office equipment and facilities to ensure smooth office operationCoordinate office activitiesAssist directors on recruiting and marketing eventsAssist directors on communicating and taking follow-ups with clientsAd-hoc administrative dutiesQualifications and SpecificationsFluent in Mandarin and English.An outgoing, confident and friendly personality.Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills.Competent in Multi-task and prioritizing tasksExperienced with MS software (Excel, Word, Outlook, Power Point).Efficient time management skillsPrevious experience is preferred, but not essentialPermanent visa citizen is preferred, but not essentialJob Types Full-time, ContractLanguageChinese (Required)BenefitsTraining and professional development assistanceHealth and wellness programs

    location Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales


  • Team Assistant/WP - Legal- Sydney CBD

    Admin Secretarial Office Support Secretary Sydney Permanent Full Time 8122019 Team AssistantWP operator for Corporate Law Firm CBD Location 70k Immediate start available Support at Director level with all things legal and admin We have a truly exciting opportunity to join a well-known and respected boutique corporate law firm in Sydney CBD as a Team Assistant. You will support on a Word Processing capacity however some ad hoc admin duties may be included. Duties will include Majority support to the Director with all his cases Word formatting, contracts, trust deeds and loan documents Taking verbal instructions on processing paperwork Client liaison - an ability to talk to high net worth clients about their cases Creation of amendments to documents Track changes and mark ups Reformatting documents Dictation (both analogue and digital formats) Scanning images, photographs and documents Who is the successful candidate? You will need 3 years + experience as a Legal WP Secretary Advanced leave with Microsoft word is an absolute necessity Dicta phonetyping (>70wpm.) Someone who is a formatting gun and someone able to manage a high volume of work without flustering. You have a passion for the industry and are ready to work closely with an extremely busy Director. Hit the APPLY button now as we are looking for the right person ASAP. About us Appreciating Office Support are a boutique recruitment agency who specialise in all Office Support vacancies. We work across a range of industries including Education, Banking and Finance, Construction and Property, Media and Advertising, Professional services, FMCG, and Healthcare. We cover the CBD, North Sydney and surrounding areas.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • On call Business Support staff

    About Kennedy Reid We are a leading provider of temporary staff to businesses across Western Sydney. We provide our clients with experienced and reliable employees to service their Business Support requirements. What we do for you We understand the value of our staff and work hard to secure you fantastic temporary assignments in which you can gain experience and build relationships with a range of businesses across Sydney. The roles we have available We work with fantastic clients across a range of different industries who currently have the following roles available Reception Administration Customer Service Sales You To be successful in this role you will have Previous experience in Customer Service, Reception or Administration Ability to commit to the on-call nature of the assignments Immaculate, corporate presentation Excellent communication skills How to Apply Simply click Apply Now to be considered for these positions.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • WHS Environmental and Policy Administrator

    Casual (12 to 20 hours a week)Peakhurst LocationDays and hours are flexible for the right candidateIdeally days will be Monday, Wednesday and FridayAbout you You have your Certificate IV in Work, Health and Safety. We would also consider someone who was currently completing this certificate or had a willingness to complete it in a short time frame.You have an advanced understanding of Work, Health and Safety Legislation and its practical application. You are passionate about safety.You are proficient in Microsoft Word and Project and have advanced Excel skills.You love to follow and create processes and you have a proven track record of maintaining high quality documentation.You have excellent written and verbal communication skills, you are happy to follow up on processes being completed as many times as needed to get the job done.Role and Responsibilities Be responsible for the creation, audit and ongoing management of operations manuals, customer site manuals and customer handover manuals for each Roberts Constructions projectsiteEnsure all project and operations paperwork is obtained from subcontractors, is correct and is filed accurately and in a timely mannerEnsure Roberts Constructions is legally compliant under WHS Legislation through maintaining a high level of understanding of the requirements and assist in driving a positive health and safety culture within the businessEnsure all required training, licences, certificates and registrations are held by the business, its employees and subcontractors relating to all aspects of safetyCreate, audit and maintain manuals, reports, procedures relating to safety across the business, including accident incident reporting and managementAssist with the management of subcontractor records including collection, audit, filing and management of required paperwork¯Be responsible for the creation and maintenance of all annual WHS, Quality and Environmental Policy Audit requirementsEnsure excellent customer service when dealing with clients, contractors and the publicJob Type CasualEducationCertificate I - IV (Preferred)

    location Peakhurst, New South Wales


  • Chief Administration Officer

    Chief Administration Officer Some career choices have more impact than others. We™re looking for progressive minds who are driven and forward-thinking, who are open to different ideas and cultures, who can connect with customers and colleagues and who™ll work with courageous integrity every day. As an HSBC employee in Australia, you™ll have access to tailored professional development opportunities, competitive pay, an embedded flexible working culture and a range of employee benefits. These include market-leading subsidised private health cover, enhanced parental pay and support when returning to work, subsidised banking products and services and wellness programmes including discounted gym memberships. The RBWM (Retail Banking Wealth Management) Chief Administrative Officer is responsible for providing strategic and operational management support to the RBWM COO (Chief Operating Officer) , in a wide ranging series of activities, including All financial management for RBWM COO office (in coordination with RBWM Finance) RBWM business performance management. Support on Global initiatives e.g. Customer Journey Forum, Customer Communications Strategy, RBWM COO Business Framework, etc. Governance Engagement, including Governance committees support and coordination, Event management and delivery e.g. Town Halls, Summits COO Communications plan People Organisational Design Process, including driving People and HR agenda, MI and departmental headcount coordination. Business Management Projects, including strategic projects. Operational Support Development (ODS) “ developing governance, documentation and organisational frameworks for use across the RBWM COO RBWM Sustainability “ supporting the Corporate Sustainability Regional Function across RBWM “ delivering on committed targets for HSBC Chief of staff activities management e.g. scorecard process, presentation materials preparation for Head of RBWM, organisation of RBWM Leadership meetings, etc. Qualifications Requirements Degree holder in Business, Accountancy, Finance or related field Strong financial analytical background and proven ability in financialanalytical reasoning, including being able to contextualise financial data into business activities and conclusions Demonstrated business knowledge, such as experience of leading a complex, global PL unit Understanding of retail banking strategies, structures, processes and objectives High level of drive and motivation to ensure delivery of a broad range of outputs simultaneously across HSBC Proven experience of positive, challenging interactions with Senior Executives across the business and RBWM Proven ability to articulate complex issues concisely and in simple language Outstanding relationship management, collaboration and influencing skills Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills with a proven ability to communicate effectively and confidently at all levels across the Group Practical experience of major business transformation activities HSBC is committed to building a culture where all employees are valued and respected and where opinions count. We take pride in providing a workplace that fosters continuous professional development, flexible working and opportunities to grow in an inclusive environment. Personal data held by the Bank relating to employment applications will be used in accordance with our Privacy Statement, which is available on our website. Issued by HSBC Bank Australia Limited. HSBCAS1

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


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