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Member Service Assistant
Police Bank
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Location Icon Canberra

About UsPolice Bank is a progressive, people-focused financial institution offering its Members a competitive range of financial products and services. With over $1.7 Billion in assets, Police Ba...

About Us

Police Bank is a progressive, people-focused financial institution offering its Members a competitive range of financial products and services. With over $1.7 Billion in assets, Police Bank is one of Australia's fastest growing Mutual Banks.

About the Role

We currently have an excellent opportunity for a Member Service Assistant to join the team at our Canberra branch. The individual will be responsible for handling the day-to-day account transactions of the members within the branch whilst assisting the Branch Manager and Member Service Officers with their daily workflow of the processing of Police Bank products.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Meeting, greeting and welcoming members to the branch
  • Ensuring members are served promptly and in a friendly and professional manner
  • Accurately identifying members’ needs and insure they are made aware of the products and services which meet them
  • Demonstrating both face-to-face and telephone professionalism that meets or exceeds Police Bank service standards
  • Ensuring all transactions are processed within specified timeframes and are conducted in accordance with the Police Bank procedures
  • Use members records to identify products not being used by members and cross sell such products
  • Ensure familiarity with the loans processed from application stage to funding
  • Undertaking administrative work efficiently and accurately within agreed time frames and competing priorities with courtesy and efficiency
  • Using effective and appropriate communication skills in handling all enquiries and ensuring appropriate referral and follow up
  • Ensure the formal procedures of the Bank are followed in all transaction services
  • Provide processing and admin support for lending applications
  • Complete daily outbound member experience campaign calls in relation to Police Bank products and services to members with a view to obtaining new or additional business
  • Provide general insurance quotes

About You

To be considered for the role you must have:

  • Minimum 2 years in sales role or 12 months in a similar role in banking and/or wealth.
  • Moderate level understanding of Consumer Lending and Credit.
  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain client and team relationships.
  • Demonstrated experience in meeting targets and exceeding customer expectations.
  • Demonstrated willingness to embrace organisational change including use of modern technology and an ability to analyse and problem solve in the context of change and continuous improvement.

Does this sound like the role for you? Apply now!

Should you have any questions about this position please contact Ross Clark (Branch Manager) at rclark@policebank.com.au

Police Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital or disability status.

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Adviser, Grants Management Unit
Australian Government National Indigenous Australi...
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Location Icon Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Location: Broome, WA and Canberra, ACTApplication Closing Date: 04-Oct-2020Classification APS 6 ($83,647 - $94,000)Employment Type Ongoing & Non-ongoing , Flexible working arrangements will be co...

Location: Broome, WA and Canberra, ACT
Application Closing Date: 04-Oct-2020
Classification

APS 6 ($83,647 - $94,000)

Employment Type

Ongoing & Non-ongoing , Flexible working arrangements will be considered

This role is being advertised as both ongoing and non-ongoing, with the employment type to be determined in negotiation with the preferred candidate and the NIAA delegate.

Where a non-ongoing specified term is offered, this would be for an initial period of up to 12 months, with possibility of extension up to a maximum period of three years.

A non-ongoing offer may result in conversion to an ongoing offer of employment, however this must occur with 12 months from the opening date of this advertisement.

The Opportunity

The National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) has exciting APS6 opportunities within the Grants Management Unit in Broome, Western Australia and Canberra, ACT. You will be expected to undertake consistent agreement management, assess and manage risk, and ensure that contractual issues are appropriately addressed. You will have in depth knowledge of the grant lifecycle, agreement management, documents, and the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 and financial delegations.

The role requires a solid understanding of financial statements and the ability to use online data management systems. You will possess the ability to assess and resolve complex and sensitive issues that impact programmes or agreements, and develop creative solutions in partnership with Regional Office delivery teams and relevant programme areas. You may also be required to supervise staff.

Our Ideal Candidate

Our ideal candidates are passionate about better understanding the key issues faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Candidates should exhibit sound judgement and professionalism, and have the capacity to work flexibly and responsively to achieve results. Additionally candidates will be required to provide expert advice and recommendations on agreement management systems and compliance with relevant legislation and policy frameworks. You will have in depth knowledge of the grant lifecycle, agreement management, documents, and the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013. The role requires a solid understanding of financial statements and the ability to use online data management systems.

To fill the role, we are looking for employees who can demonstrate the following competencies:


  • Demonstrated analytical, research and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to manage agreements with varying levels of complexity and identify potential risks to relevant internal stakeholders when appropriate.
  • Ability to engage effectively with internal (Regional Offices, Program and Policy Areas) and external (grant recipients) stakeholders regarding the management of agreements e.g. service delivery and Provider capability risks, performance reports, grant payment instalments.
  • Ability to identify emerging opportunities or issues, and respond quickly to competing priorities as they emerge.
  • Demonstrated ability to monitor and analyse performance and financial reports.
  • Demonstrated flexibility, good judgement and political nous.
  • Ability to effectively supervise staff; and ensure their agreement management and administration activities comply with relevant legislation, guidance materials and policy frameworks.
  • Ability to provide constructive management to staff with a focus on capability development, team building and talent management.

Identified Position

This position is Identified which signifies that the role has a strong involvement in issues relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

This position has limited contact with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, communities and service providers, but is still required to have the capacity and willingness to further develop these skills. You will require capacity to attain cultural competency, including:
  • understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • willingness and commitment to continue to develop cultural competency

Contact Officer

Pamela Banerjee on 62286546 or pamela.banerjee@niaa.gov.au
Please Note – This is an unclassified web based recruitment system so your application must not contain any classified or sensitive information. This includes in your one page pitch and resume.
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Adviser, Office for Women
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
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Location Icon Barton, Australian Capital Territory

Location: Barton ACTApplication Closing Date: 07-Oct-2020Classification APS 5 ($75,626 - $80,851),APS 6 ($83,647 - $94,000)Employment Type Ongoing & Non-ongoing , Flexible working arrangements wi...

Location: Barton ACT
Application Closing Date: 07-Oct-2020
Classification

APS 5 ($75,626 - $80,851),APS 6 ($83,647 - $94,000)

Employment Type

Ongoing & Non-ongoing , Flexible working arrangements will be considered

This role is being advertised as both ongoing and non-ongoing, with the employment type to be determined in negotiation with the preferred candidate and the PM&Cdelegate.

Where a non-ongoing specified term is offered, this would be for an initial period of up to 12 months, with possibility of extension up to a maximum period of three years.

A non-ongoing offer may result in conversion to an ongoing offer of employment, however this must occur with 12 months from the opening date of this advertisement.

The Opportunity

The Office for Women is seeking APS6 and APS5 policy officers with an interest in delivering the Prime Minister and Minister for Women’s gender equality priorities including advancing women’s economic security and ensuring women’s safety.

The Office for Women delivers high quality advice, briefing and support, including during sitting periods, to progress gender priorities for the Prime Minister and Minister for Women. These priorities include driving government efforts to prevent and address violence against women, strengthening women’s economic security including increasing women’s workforce participation and improving women’s leadership choices.

The Office for Women also works on targeted international matters relating to gender equality. The Office for Women has a number of APS6 and APS5 policy positions to fill across the division, as well as the role of a Divisional Coordinator (more information on this role is below). This process will also be used to create a merit list for future vacancies.

Divisional Coordinator:

This role is fast paced and varied. As Divisional Coordinator your work will change daily and will range from every day support such as preparing meeting briefs, talking points and correspondence through to coordinating divisional contributions to corporate processes, Cabinet processes, budget and reporting. You will work closely with the Executive Support Team to support the Office for Women SES Leadership team and the Division more broadly. You will play an important role in the smooth functioning of the Division to help the Division deliver results for the Prime Minister and the Minister for Women.

Our Ideal Candidate

We are seeking talented APS6 and APS5 to join the Office for Women. Successful candidates will have good judgement and relationship management skills, and be able to contribute expertise to inform policy development and complex problem solving. You will be part of a dynamic team environment contributing to government objectives, and will be required to balance competing priorities and manage activities through to conclusion, sometimes within tight timeframes.

Our ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes:

  • Experience contributing to major policy and project outcomes, including coordinating policy development and supporting implementation of key government priorities.
  • The ability to contribute to high quality, evidenced based advice for a range of audiences including ministers, ministerial offices and senior management.
  • Excellent communication skills and capacity to prepare complex briefing documents for a range of audiences and purposes (ministerial briefs, ministerial correspondence, secretariat).
  • The ability to contribute to a positive and productive team environment, with an interest in inclusion, diversity and wellbeing.
  • Effective stakeholder engagement skills, including capacity to influence and collaborate with a range of stakeholders to achieve government priorities, including other Commonwealth agencies, state and territory governments and sector representatives.
Experience and/or formal qualifications in one or more of the following are desirable:
  • Women’s safety.
  • Social policy.
  • Economic policy.
  • For some roles, grants experience is highly desirable.
For the Divisional Coordinator role specifically, we are looking for someone who works collaboratively and achieves results. This role would suit someone who is very organised, has strong relationship skills, who is able to quickly build positive rapport with people.

The successful applicant will demonstrate excellent judgment and be confident in taking initiative. You will need to be up for the challenge of working in a busy office – operating with good humour at a fast pace, and being flexible as you juggle competing priorities.

What we Offer
  • A flexible, diverse and inclusive workplace and attractive remuneration package including generous employer superannuation contributions.
  • Exciting and fulfilling work at the heart of government with career development and networking opportunities difficult to find elsewhere.
  • The opportunity to work with strong, smart, visionary and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise and achieve your ambitions.
  • We work flexibly in our Canberra-based offices in spaces that have been designed to accommodate a range of working styles.

Contact Officer

Kelly Wood on (02) 6271 5528 or kelly.wood@pmc.gov.au
Please Note – This is an unclassified web based recruitment system so your application must not contain any classified or sensitive information. This includes in your one page pitch and resume.
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Adviser, Office for Women
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
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Location Icon Barton, Australian Capital Territory

Location: Barton ACTApplication Closing Date: 07-Oct-2020Classification APS 5 ($75,626 - $80,851),APS 6 ($83,647 - $94,000)Employment Type Ongoing & Non-ongoing , Flexible working arrangements wi...

Location: Barton ACT
Application Closing Date: 07-Oct-2020
Classification

APS 5 ($75,626 - $80,851),APS 6 ($83,647 - $94,000)

Employment Type

Ongoing & Non-ongoing , Flexible working arrangements will be considered

This role is being advertised as both ongoing and non-ongoing, with the employment type to be determined in negotiation with the preferred candidate and the PM&Cdelegate.

Where a non-ongoing specified term is offered, this would be for an initial period of up to 12 months, with possibility of extension up to a maximum period of three years.

A non-ongoing offer may result in conversion to an ongoing offer of employment, however this must occur with 12 months from the opening date of this advertisement.

The Opportunity

The Office for Women is seeking APS6 and APS5 policy officers with an interest in delivering the Prime Minister and Minister for Women’s gender equality priorities including advancing women’s economic security and ensuring women’s safety.

The Office for Women delivers high quality advice, briefing and support, including during sitting periods, to progress gender priorities for the Prime Minister and Minister for Women. These priorities include driving government efforts to prevent and address violence against women, strengthening women’s economic security including increasing women’s workforce participation and improving women’s leadership choices.

The Office for Women also works on targeted international matters relating to gender equality. The Office for Women has a number of APS6 and APS5 policy positions to fill across the division, as well as the role of a Divisional Coordinator (more information on this role is below). This process will also be used to create a merit list for future vacancies.

Divisional Coordinator:

This role is fast paced and varied. As Divisional Coordinator your work will change daily and will range from every day support such as preparing meeting briefs, talking points and correspondence through to coordinating divisional contributions to corporate processes, Cabinet processes, budget and reporting. You will work closely with the Executive Support Team to support the Office for Women SES Leadership team and the Division more broadly. You will play an important role in the smooth functioning of the Division to help the Division deliver results for the Prime Minister and the Minister for Women.

Our Ideal Candidate

We are seeking talented APS6 and APS5 to join the Office for Women. Successful candidates will have good judgement and relationship management skills, and be able to contribute expertise to inform policy development and complex problem solving. You will be part of a dynamic team environment contributing to government objectives, and will be required to balance competing priorities and manage activities through to conclusion, sometimes within tight timeframes.

Our ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes:

  • Experience contributing to major policy and project outcomes, including coordinating policy development and supporting implementation of key government priorities.
  • The ability to contribute to high quality, evidenced based advice for a range of audiences including ministers, ministerial offices and senior management.
  • Excellent communication skills and capacity to prepare complex briefing documents for a range of audiences and purposes (ministerial briefs, ministerial correspondence, secretariat).
  • The ability to contribute to a positive and productive team environment, with an interest in inclusion, diversity and wellbeing.
  • Effective stakeholder engagement skills, including capacity to influence and collaborate with a range of stakeholders to achieve government priorities, including other Commonwealth agencies, state and territory governments and sector representatives.
Experience and/or formal qualifications in one or more of the following are desirable:
  • Women’s safety.
  • Social policy.
  • Economic policy.
  • For some roles, grants experience is highly desirable.
For the Divisional Coordinator role specifically, we are looking for someone who works collaboratively and achieves results. This role would suit someone who is very organised, has strong relationship skills, who is able to quickly build positive rapport with people.

The successful applicant will demonstrate excellent judgment and be confident in taking initiative. You will need to be up for the challenge of working in a busy office – operating with good humour at a fast pace, and being flexible as you juggle competing priorities.

What we Offer
  • A flexible, diverse and inclusive workplace and attractive remuneration package including generous employer superannuation contributions.
  • Exciting and fulfilling work at the heart of government with career development and networking opportunities difficult to find elsewhere.
  • The opportunity to work with strong, smart, visionary and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise and achieve your ambitions.
  • We work flexibly in our Canberra-based offices in spaces that have been designed to accommodate a range of working styles.

Contact Officer

Kelly Wood on (02) 6271 5528 or kelly.wood@pmc.gov.au
Please Note – This is an unclassified web based recruitment system so your application must not contain any classified or sensitive information. This includes in your one page pitch and resume.
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Senior Financial Planner - Canberra
Randstad
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Location Icon Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

About the company This well established leading advice business company provides outstanding advice to their clients and is a very well regarded brand. The firm is well known for putting their cl...

About the company

This well established leading advice business company provides outstanding advice to their clients and is a very well regarded brand. The firm is well known for putting their clients and employees at the heart of their business and for promoting career development, collaboration and work-life balance. Their Canberra office is currently looking for a Senior Financial Planner to join their successful team.

About the role

In this Senior Financial Planner role, you will work alongside a collaborative team of professionals who are passionate for “doing the right thing”. You will provide holistic advice to a wide range of “mom and dad” and wealth accumulator clients. You will have 6-9 meetings a week booked for you and will only have to focus on building relationship and converting clients. This is a great opportunity for an experienced Financial Planner to join a growing company that values their employees and customers.

Benefits

  • Attractive salary package
  • Genuine career development with exposure to other areas of the business
  • Positive work/life balance encouraged with potential flexible working arrangements
  • Outstanding support
  • Fun social events


Demonstrated skills

  • Solid experience working as a Financial Planner
  • ADFP and approved university degree (in line with FASEA requirements)
  • Strong communication and presentation skills

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential conversation, please contact Jeremy O’Connor via email Jeremy.oconnor@randstad.com.au.

At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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How much do Credit Risk Analyst earn in Australia? The average salary of Credit Risk Analyst is $89,411 in Australia
$89,411 /yr
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Average $89,411
Range $89K - $89K
Last updated October 16 2020
The average pay range for Credit Risk Analyst is between $89K and $89K. Salaries vary from a low of $60K up to $140K per year. The average number of Credit Risk Analyst roles advertised per month is 4 in Australia between November 2019 and October 2020.
What are the most common skills required to be a Credit Risk Analyst? The most common skills required for a Credit Risk Analyst are:
Analytics Banking Compliance Communicating Credit Risk Accounting Art Administration Cision Economics Engineering Accessibility Accountability Automotive Consulting Administration Analytics Art Banking Building Credit Analysis Credit Risk Database Databases Delegation Economics Edge Engineering Banking Compliance
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Last updated September 30 2020
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Credit Control roles in Australia?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Credit Control roles. See what salaries they paid for Credit Control in Australia. See how they compare to the average Credit Control salary of $89,411.
Hays Banking
Sydney (100%)
68

$81K-$99K

($714)

$81K-$99K
($714)
Hays Accountancy & Finance
Newcastle (100%)
54

$70K-$83K

(($12,911))

$70K-$83K
(($12,911))
Bluefin Resources Pty Limited
Sydney (100%)
52

$81K-$98K

($214)

$81K-$98K
($214)
Robert Walters
Sydney (46%), Melbourne (39%), Adelaide (14%)
28

$78K-$96K

(($2,161))

$78K-$96K
(($2,161))
TSR Consulting
Sydney (100%)
16

$83K-$101K

($2,839)

$83K-$101K
($2,839)
Last Updated October 16 2020
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Where are Credit Control in Australia sourced from?
Credit Control are sourced from
these companies
National Australia Bank
Smartsuper Pty Ltd
St Peter Institute
Suncorp Group
Super Retail Group
Credit Control are sourced in Australia are most likely to be sourced from these schools
TAFE
University of Sydney
Deakin University
Victoria University
Monash University
Last updated October 19 2020
Where are most Credit Risk Analyst roles located in Australia?
Sydney 25 / 78%
Melbourne 3 / 9%
Perth 2 / 6%
Brisbane 1 / 4%
Newcastle 1 / 3%
Last updated October 16 2020
Which locations in Australia pay the most for Credit Risk Analyst?
Melbourne ($125K)
Sydney ($97K)
Perth ($95K)
Newcastle ($85K)
Brisbane ($65K)
Last updated October 16 2020