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Senior Research Computing Support Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Opportunity Support researchers in high performance computing and perform system administration on local HPC clusters and storage systems to ensure availability Full-time (35 hours week), 3-year fixed term contract $118,883 - $133,948 17% super leave loading Research Technology Services are a key enabler for researchers. These services include Researcher support, Computing and Data Services. Responsibility for these services in the University’s 2025 Strategy sits with the PVC Research Infrastructure as portfolio lead. The Senior Research Computing Support Officer will be responsible for administering and monitoring one or more aligned Research Computing services such as High Performance Computing, Storage and Backup systems, Data Centres, Networking, Private and Public Cloud services. The position will provide support on optimising these platforms and integrating new technologies into these systems. The role of Senior Research Computing Support Engineer reports to Manager, ResTech and has no direct reports. The Organisation The Division of Research at UNSW is responsible for the strategic research direction and overall research performance of the University, and in particular, maintaining and advancing the University's profile in research and research training. UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. But what makes us different isn’t only what we do, it’s how we do it. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re Australia’s number one university for impact and among the nation’s Top 20 employers. Benefits and Culture: UNSW offer a competitive salary and access to benefits including: Hybrid/Flexible working Additional 3 days of leave over the Christmas Period Access to learning and career development Progressive HR practices Discounts and entitlements Affordable on-campus parking Who you are You can demonstrate the following Skills and Experience: - Relevant tertiary qualification with subsequent relevant experience or equivalent competence gained through any combination of education, training and experience. Understanding of the current National Research Infrastructure (eResearch) investments in one or more Research Computing portfolio areas. Ability to troubleshoot software and hardware issues on HPC machines as well as a demonstrated ability to install, maintain and optimize HPC software. Experience with HPC schedulers, such as PBSPro or SLURM. Experience with data centres and GPUs. Strong interpersonal skills demonstrating the ability to liaise, interact and communicate effectively and easily with a broad range of people, with a diverse range of backgrounds and computer knowledge. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to provide status reports and technical training in both informal and formal contexts. Ability to work in a team and to prioritize tasks in a challenging environment, including flexibility in dealing with multiple assignments and working on several projects simultaneously. An understanding of and commitment to UNSW’s aims, objectives and values in action, together with relevant policies and guidelines. Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training. To Apply: If supporting researchers to achieve their project goals is of interest to you please submit your CV, Cover Letter including responses to Skills and Experience nominated in the Position Description via the APPLY button. Contact : Shiree Thomas - Talent Acquisition Consultant e: shiree.thomasunsw.edu.au Applications close: 11.55pm, Sunday 3 rd March 2024 UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Sat, 17 FebUniversity of New South Wales
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Fleet Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type : Permanent Full Time Position Classification : Administration Officer Level 3 Remuneration : $66,027.58 - $68,085.5 per annum Hours Per Week : 38 Requisition ID : REQ467943 Location: Westmead Hospital Where you'll be working Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of 'better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond' and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment. What you'll be doing This position provides a comprehensive range of high level administrative support to clinical staff and consumers within a Community Mental Health location.  The Administrative Officer is required to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in a clinical support setting.     People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply; and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard.   Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal job applicants by providing information about applying for roles in NSW Health organisations.  For more information, please visit: https://www.steppingup.health.nsw.gov.au/   Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.   Please note: To be eligible for permanent appointment you must hold current Australian work rights (I.E Australian citizen, permanent resident or NZ citizen with a current passport). Selection Criteria: Relevant qualifications in business, office administration and/or equivalent experience in similar office/administrative/customer service/reception roles. Demonstrated high level and effective interpersonal skills, with good oral and written communication and the ability to confidently and courteously communicate with a wide range and variety of individuals and organisations both internally and externally. High level customer service skills, with a demonstrated commitment to providing high quality service and maintaining confidentiality and privacy. Demonstrated good computer literacy with Microsoft office suite products, including proficiency in Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as experience in the use of computer hardware, various electronic administration systems and databases. Demonstrated excellent administrative and organisation skills with strong accuracy and attention to detail. Demonstrated good ability to plan, prioritise and organise a wide range of administrative tasks in a high volume work environment and display time management and problem solving skills to meet deadlines. Demonstrated ability to be flexible and adaptable, use initiative and work effectively without supervision as well as in collaboration with other staff members contributing to a well-functioning team. Current NSW Driver's License – P2 acceptable Need more information?   1) Click here for the Position Description   2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Kaylene Collins on Kaylene.Collinshealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: 14th March 2024. • Thu, 29 FebWestern Sydney Local Health District
System Administrator | Defence Clearance | Career Development » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Based in Adelaide CBD you'll work on exciting projects, in an inclusive & innovative environment with career progression and training opportunities. Based in Adelaide CBD you'll work on exciting projects, in an inclusive & innovative environment with career progression and training opportunities. Rapidly growing technology company delivering world-class outcomes Based in Adelaide CBD | Flexible working arrangements Attractive salary package dependant on skills and experience Company This leading technology consulting firm has been providing innovative IT solutions to a diverse range of clients for over 25 years. Their team of experts are passionate about using cutting-edge technology to help businesses achieve their goals and improve their operations. With a focus on cybersecurity, cloud computing, software development, and digital transformation, they deliver successful outcomes for their customers. If you're a driven and talented individual looking to work with an industry leader, this role could be the perfect fit for you. Role Strong understanding of Linux systems with day-to-day configuration and operation of Linux environments. Understanding of Networks within VMWare: (e.g. ESXi, NSX, vSphere Hypervisor, realise and experience with Kubernetes Networking) Experience in management for FortiNet networking products (prefer Cisco network). Understanding of Virtual Network Infrastructure (Firewalls, Load Balancers, Gateways), and security products. Experienced in interacting with users and key business stakeholders by providing subject matter expertise. Experience in administrating and monitoring ICT systems in general. You are adaptable, communicate fluently, both orally and in writing, and are comfortable presenting complex information to both technical and non-technical audiences. Experience in managing small project teams to deliver high-quality outcomes. Excellent communication skills allow you to collaborate and transfer knowledge across teams, mentor less senior staff, and interact with customer stakeholders. Desirable Knowledge and Skills: Linux Management (RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Satellite, and Foreman). Knowledge of DevOps / DevSecOps principles and practices. Operating system and application patch management. Cyber security toolsets (detect, record, monitor, analyse). Strong understanding current security landscape and threats. Advanced Diploma and/or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, System Administration, or ICT. You To be successful in this role you will have: Australian citizenship is required for this role, candidates without will not be considered APPLY HERE NOW Australian citizenship is required for this role, applications not eligible for NV1/NV2 clearances will not be considered. Do you know someone who would be great for this job? Refer them and help a friend :) Redwolf Rosch invites and encourages applications from all backgrounds of gender, disability culture, and race. If you are a person with a disability and require modifications to the recruitment process, please contact the • Wed, 28 FebRedwolf Rosch
Workplace Coordinator / Facilities Administrator » Melbourne, VIC - details and develop systems for contract financial management Sound computer skills including Microsoft suite Microsoft Word, Access...: We are seeking a Workplace Coordinator/ Facilities Administrator to join our team on a casual basis! In this fast-paced role... • Wed, 28 FebJones Lang LaSalle
Logistics and Plant Administrator Read more » Perth, WA - a Logistics and Plant Administrator for one of our public infrastructure projects based in Fremantle, WA. The purpose of this role... on major civil engineering projects would be beneficial Intermediate to advanced computer competencies in all Microsoft... • Wed, 28 FebAtlam Group

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Administration Assistant » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Part time Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 65283 About Monash Health Monash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service. We are proud to provide healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire life-span from newborn and children, to adults, the elderly, their families and carers. More than 25,500 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children’s Hospital, Moorabbin Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital, Kingston Centre, Cranbourne Centre, and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org. About Us Hospital in the Home is the provision of acute care to public hospital patients who have their treatment continued in the comfort of their own home. This is an alternative to an inpatient stay. All patient care provided aims to meet the needs of the patient and their families. We have a great team that thrive in a busy environment. To be successful in this role you will be required to have excellent customer relations skills, strong clerical/ admin skills, and experience with medical terminology including iPM, SMR, and EMR computer systems. About The Role The Administration Assistant is a key role within the Hospital in the Home Unit and provides a customer focused service to patients and their families. You will be the first contact for many visitors to our clinical area. Your overall responsibilities will involve inquiries (in person and telephone), registering patient information, admissions, discharges, transfers, stock control, reconciling invoices and other clerical tasks. Customer service skills and an ability to remain helpful in what can be a demanding environment is essential. Attention to detail and clerical experience will be looked upon favourably. How to Apply Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity, and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles. Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered. Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries regarding employee accounts contact Recruitment Services at recruitmentmonashhealth.org. Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.? These include: reference checks; a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months; a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);and proof of immunisation. A request to conduct probity checks does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be?made. As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview. Under the Victorian Public Health orders, all employees working within the Public Health system must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19?and Influenza and?are required to provide acceptable evidence of their vaccination status.?The current orders require evidence of three?doses?for COVID-19. All applicants to positions with Monash Health will need to upload acceptable evidence of full vaccination against COVID-19?and Influenza?as part of their application.?Acceptable evidence is a copy of your Immunisation History Statement which can be accessed via myGov.?Offers of employment will only be made to candidates who can provide evidence that they meet full vaccination status. • Wed, 28 FebMonash Health
Service Support Administrator » Salisbury North, Salisbury Area - Equans, a leading provider of technical services across Australia & New Zealand, and globally, is on the lookout for a dynamic and experienced Administration Assistant to join our Fire Protection Services team at our Salisbury North office.While it is preferable that you have exposure to multi-service, facilities management and/or maintenance business, it is not required.You will have strong communications skills, sound experience producing invoices, using Microsoft Excel along with the ability to learn and pick up other computer systems and programs.Previous administration experience working in the Fire Protection industry is also highly desirable but not essential.About UsEquans is part of a global, technical services leader, and part of the Bouygues Group. Our local team of qualified technicians and support staff delivers value for customers by balancing cost, risk, and performance, while having access to a global network of experts. We design and provide customised solutions for our clients to support them in their energy, industrial and digital transitions.With highly qualified employees across 20 locations in Australia and New Zealand, we provide excellent technical expertise in design, installation, and maintenance, with a unique combination of skills in Mechanical, Fire Protection, AV and Electrical and Communications Services.What you will be doing:General administration duties such as: Invoicing (start to finish)Processing purchase ordersOrdering and management of inventory collectionManaging technician schedulingLiaising with suppliers, contractors, customers, and technicians.Answering phones and providing exceptional customer service.Providing administrative support to the Operations Manager.Maintaining customer service documentation.Follow up on any outstanding work and invoices.Allocating work and scheduling technicians.Work within customer portals to manage workflow.What we offer:A talented team environment and learning experience.Training provided for many aspects of the role.Strong and supportive leadership.Company paid life insurance.Parental leave.Volunteer leave.Domestic violence leave.Flexible work policy.Dress for your day policy.Employee Assistance Program. What you need:The ability to pick things up quickly.A confident and initiative-taking temperament.Ability to communicate with clients, colleagues, and technicians in a clear and confident manner.Openness to learn how to use multiple new computer systems/programs.Excellent experience using Excel, and ability to maintain detailed records.Intermediate to advanced computer & MS Office skills.Next steps:If you are interested and meet the selection criteria apply with an up-to-date resume via the application instructions on this website. We thank you for your interest in working for Equans and advise that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.Please note that we can only accept applications from those with full working rights in Australia.Equans is an EEO employer, where all applicants are treated with fairness and respect and have equal access to the opportunities available.We will not be engaging the services of a Recruitment Agency and ask all interested candidates to apply directly via this advertisement. • Wed, 28 FebEQUANS Corporate Services Proprietary Limited
2025 Graduate Systems Administrator - Melbourne » Melbourne, VIC - for a Graduate Systems Administrator providing Application and Infrastructure Support for a number of systems across different..., having delivered some of the most complex software and systems integration projects in Australia. Led by a local leadership... • Wed, 28 FebLeidos
Concur Systems Administrator » Perth, WA - Systems team. Reporting to the Manager Financial Systems and based in our Perth office, you will be supporting the users... a team environment. Excellent time management skills and high-level attention to detail Strong computer skills... • Wed, 28 FebFortescue
Aboriginal Liaison Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type:  Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Aboriginal Health Worker Remuneration: $60,398 - $87,301 per annum Hours Per Week:  38 Requisition ID:  REQ447922 Location: Auburn Hospital Where you'll be working Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of 'better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond' and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment. What you'll be doing The purpose of the Aboriginal Liaison and Support Officer role is to support patients identifying as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and their families/carers whilst receiving care at Auburn Hospital. This is a non-clinical role in the clinical environment. The role will provide support, advocacy, referral and liaison whilst clients are receiving care in hospital and assist in the discharge process, including appropriate advocacy for elements of continuity of care such as referral through the Aboriginal Chronic Disease Management Program, and the discharge planning pathway. The role will also assist in developing links with local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities/community organisations and support Auburn Hospital in developing programs and projects to meet the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (Aboriginal specific actions).   People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply; and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard.   This is an Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander Identified position.  Please see essential criteria.  An applicant's race is a genuine occupational qualification for this role and is authorised under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW.   Please include some information about your Aboriginal Australian / Torres Strait Islander identity in the cover letter of your application.  If offered an interview you can expand on this information at the interview itself in response to questions from an Aboriginal panel member.   Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal job applicants by providing information about applying for roles in NSW Health organisations.  For more information, please visit:  https://www.steppingup.health.nsw.gov.au/   Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Benefits of working for Western Sydney Local Health District: Paid Allocated Day Off (ADO) every month, in addition to your annual leave (For full time staff) Salary Packaging - lowers your taxable income and increases your take-home pay. (Applicable for eligible employees)  http://wslhdintranet.wsahs.nsw.gov.au/salary-packaging-with-smartsalary   Meal entertainment lowers your taxable income and increases your take-home pay.  (Applicable for eligible employees) http://wslhdintranet.wsahs.nsw.gov.au/salary-packaging-with-smartsalary Employee Assistance Program (EAP) professional counselling and coaching service that offers confidential, short-term support for work-related and personal issues, which you and your immediate family can access Managers Support - Employee Assistance Program (EAP) professional consultative service for all managers, HR or senior staff that is confidential and unlimited for people management support Fitness Passport - permanent employees and their immediate family members can sign-up for this affordable membership which allows access to an extensive range of gyms, pools and fitness services from multiple providers across NSW Generous leave conditions in accordance with NSW Health (State) awards Recognition of prior relevant service may be considered toward commencing salary  Leave may be transferrable from other public sector agencies in accordance with leave mobility provisions   Please note: To be eligible for permanent appointment you must hold current Australian work rights (I.E Australian citizen, permanent resident or NZ citizen with a current passport). Essential Criteria: Qualification: Holds or aspires to hold a minimum Certificate III qualification in Aboriginal Primary Health Care or a minimum Certificate III health qualification in the area of care in which the Aboriginal Health Worker works Evidence of Diversity Claim: Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Selection Criteria: Ability to assess the needs of Aboriginal patients and to advocate on their behalf in the health system Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a range of health professionals across the area in working with Aboriginal patients their families and communities Knowledge of a range of community based support services and programs to assist Aboriginal patients and their families in addressing their health care needs Effective interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to develop and maintain relationships with clients. Understanding of the management of patient complaints and patient privacy and escalation processes. Competence in the use of databases, electronic documentation, and computer based administrative systems Demonstrated skill in the analysis of complex issues, problem solving, formulating new approaches and implementing comprehensive change programs and improvement strategies, including the ability to develop and monitor outcomes License: Class C Driver’s License Need more information?   1) Click here for the Position Description   2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Megan Byrne on megan.byrnehealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: 12th March 2024 • Tue, 27 FebWestern Sydney Local Health District
2025 Graduate Systems Administrator - Canberra » Canberra, ACT - for a Graduate Systems Administrator providing Application and Infrastructure Support for a number of systems across different..., having delivered some of the most complex software and systems integration projects in Australia. Led by a local leadership... • Tue, 27 FebLeidos
Senior Contracts Administrator » Perth, WA - to apply your skills in a dynamic environment? We are seeking a dedicated Contract Administrator to contribute and assist with the day...-to-day administration of contracts. About the Role: As our Contract Administrator, your primary role will be to support... • Tue, 27 FebAtlam Group
Administration Officer » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Accounting and Finance Classification AO3 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/547449/24 Closing date 08-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Karen Saville Contact details Phone: 4430 5406 Access the National Relay Service In this role you will: Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of efficient and effective work systems. Perform data entry and enquiry functions on database programs. Examine incoming correspondence to determine action. Distribute and register incoming and outgoing correspondence. Undertake general administrative duties as requested supporting management including diary management, organising meeting rooms and teleconferences, minute taking, word processing and spreadsheets, answering telephone enquiries, photocopying and faxing. Book travel including accommodation, car hire and flights. Provide advice on general administration aspects of the area operations. Designate cost codes and arrange approval of invoices. Liaise with officers at all levels within both public and private sectors in relation to the office activities. Manage own work-flow by negotiating and confirming work priorities for work completion in consideration of the needs of other officers. Efficient time management skills and the ability to prioritise tasks as demands arise and with competing priorities. Ensure the security of files and appropriate access to the files by relevant staff and approved external agencies. Ensure the confidentiality of all documentation handled and maintain a secure filing system. Process professional and personal visitor bookings for the centre. Provide information about visitor booking processes and answer queries on the day of the visit. Accounts receivable and accounts payable functions in SAP. Support stock control functions (MYOB). Undertake procurement and financial processing duties requiring financial reporting, purchase orders, corporate card reconciliation, monitoring of transactions and conduct banking as required. Control and maintain all monies receipted for prisoner trust funds, prepare necessary documentation for banking of same, including attending to any general enquiries regarding prisoners' trust monies. Check and compile weekly prisoner remuneration payments, including the correct payment of the amenities allowance and board and lodging where applicable. Prepare discharge documentation relating to any trust monies held, including travel arrangements for prisoners. Prepare documentation for valuables and monies for prisoner's transfer, monthly reconciliations and disposal of prisoners' unclaimed cash and valuables. Undertake the IT system administrator role providing centre support for the phone and computer systems. Provide administration for asset and fleet management. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 547449-24-Role Profile (PDF, 417KB) 547449-24-Final-Applicant-Information-Guide-QCS-September-2023 (PDF, 309KB) • Tue, 27 FebQueensland Government
Administration Assistant » Clayton, Monash Area - About Monash Health Monash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service. We are proud to provide healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire life-span from newborn and children, to adults, the elderly, their families and carers. More than 25,500 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children’s Hospital, Moorabbin Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital, Kingston Centre, Cranbourne Centre, and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org . About Us Hospital in the Home is the provision of acute care to public hospital patients who have their treatment continued in the comfort of their own home. This is an alternative to an inpatient stay. All patient care provided aims to meet the needs of the patient and their families. We have a great team that thrive in a busy environment. To be successful in this role you will be required to have excellent customer relations skills, strong clerical/ admin skills, and experience with medical terminology including iPM, SMR, and EMR computer systems. About The Role The Administration Assistant is a key role within the Hospital in the Home Unit and provides a customer focused service to patients and their families. You will be the first contact for many visitors to our clinical area. Your overall responsibilities will involve inquiries (in person and telephone), registering patient information, admissions, discharges, transfers, stock control, reconciling invoices and other clerical tasks. Customer service skills and an ability to remain helpful in what can be a demanding environment is essential. Attention to detail and clerical experience will be looked upon favourably. How to Apply Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity, and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles. Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered. Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries regarding employee accounts contact Recruitment Services at recruitmentmonashhealth.org . Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include: reference checks; a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months; a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);and proof of immunisation. A request to conduct probity checks does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made. As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview. Under the Victorian Public Health orders, all employees working within the Public Health system must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and Influenza and are required to provide acceptable evidence of their vaccination status. The current orders require evidence of three doses for COVID-19. All applicants to positions with Monash Health will need to upload acceptable evidence of full vaccination against COVID-19 and Influenza as part of their application. Acceptable evidence is a copy of your Immunisation History Statement which can be accessed via myGov. Offers of employment will only be made to candidates who can provide evidence that they meet full vaccination status. • Mon, 26 FebMonash Health
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Clinic Administrator - Specialist Consul » Clayton, VIC - computer skills and a willingness to learn new software packages. Knowledge of iPM or similar patient management systems The...Position Details Reference Number 65264 Position Title Clinic Administrator - Specialist Consulting Clinics... • Mon, 26 FebMonash Health
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D365 Customer Insights - Functional Lead - Technology Consulting » The Rocks, Sydney - If we inspire you to do the work you love, will you still call it work? At EY we believe that whoever you are, your uniqueness helps us stand apart. We bring together extraordinary people, like you, to build a better working world. What's in it for you? We are looking for a highly skilled D365 Customer Engagement Customer Insights (Journeys and Data) Functional Lead to join our dynamic team. This role requires a strong functional lead skillset, and a deep understanding of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Insights, with the ability to lead the end-to-end implementation process. The D365 Customer Insights Functional Lead will be part of our Platforms team in Oceania Consulting and get an opportunity to move into a more consultative role and helping our clients solve their business problems. Some of your responsibilities will include: Lead the design, configuration, testing, and deployment of D365 Customer Insights (Journeys and Data). Collect and analyse business requirements and translate them into D365 Customer Insights solutions. Work closely with clients to understand their business needs, provide expert advice on best practices and product roadmap. Coordinate with the technical team to ensure seamless integration of Customer Insights with other business systems. Build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders, ensuring clear communication and understanding of business requirements in relation project scope and timelines. Develop and deliver training programs to educate end-users on effectively utilising the system. Provide ongoing support to users, troubleshooting and resolving any system-related queries or setbacks. Take a leadership role in managing and mentoring project team members, providing guidance and support to ensure successful project delivery Regularly assess and upgrade the system based on business requirements and industry advancements. Adhere to data privacy regulations and ensure the confidentiality of all information. What we're looking for Here's our 'wish list' but don't worry if you don't tick all the boxes. We're interested in your strengths, what you want to learn, and how far you want to go. Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, Information System, or a related field. Proven experience as a Functional Lead in implementing Dynamics 365 Customer Insights. Strong knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform and its integration capabilities. Excellent problem-solving and troubleshooting skills. Superior communication and leadership abilities. Experience in conducting workshops and training sessions. Microsoft Dynamics 365 certification will be given preference. What we can offer you Explore how a career at EY is yours to build at www.ey.com/au/careerdevelopment Discover how, when and where you can work at www.ey.com/au/flexibility Learn about our commitment to DE&I at www.ey.com/au/diversity-inclusiveness Understand how our benefits can support you at www.ey.com/au/benefits Acknowledgement of Country • Sun, 25 FebErnst & Young LLP
Service Administrator » Brisbane, QLD - Job Description Your new opportunity: As a Service Administrator you'll play a central role in ensuring the... to continual process improvement About you: Have a 2 to 3 years of administrative experience with great computer skills... • Sun, 25 FebPenske
Administration Officer Level 3 » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type:  Temporary Part Time (Up to 02/03/2025) Position Classification:  Administration Officer Level 3 Remuneration:  $33.30 - $34.33 per hour Hours Per Week: 24 Hours Location: Blacktown Mental Health Services Requisition ID:  REQ467816     Where you'll be working Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of 'better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond' and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment.   Find out what it’s like to work at Blacktown Hospital and why we think you’d love working with us. Some of our staff share their experiences in this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v3sRBCQLiUSE   Benefits of working for Western Sydney Local Health District  Paid Allocated Day Off (ADO) every month, in addition to your annual leave (For full time staff) Salary Packaging - lowers your taxable income and increases your take-home pay. (Applicable for eligible employees)  http://wslhdintranet.wsahs.nsw.gov.au/salary-packaging-with-smartsalary   Meal entertainment lowers your taxable income and increases your take-home pay.  (Applicable for eligible employees) http://wslhdintranet.wsahs.nsw.gov.au/salary-packaging-with-smartsalary Employee Assistance Program (EAP) professional counselling and coaching service that offers confidential, short-term support for work-related and personal issues, which you and your immediate family can access Managers Support - Employee Assistance Program (EAP) professional consultative service for all managers, HR or senior staff that is confidential and unlimited for people management support Fitness Passport - permanent employees and their immediate family members can sign-up for this affordable membership which allows access to an extensive range of gyms, pools and fitness services from multiple providers across NSW, (not available for temp employees- remove if position temporary) Generous leave conditions in accordance with NSW Health (State) awards Recognition of prior relevant service may be considered toward commencing salary  Leave may be transferrable from other public sector agencies in accordance with leave mobility provisions     What you'll be doing This position provides a comprehensive range of high level administrative support to clinical staff and consumers, carers and other internal and external partners within a Community Mental Health location and performs tasks under broad supervision but has to take independent decision while providing the service.  The Administrative Officer is required to work as part of a multi-disciplinary teams in a clinical support setting.    People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply; and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard.   Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal job applicants by providing information about applying for roles in NSW Health organisations.  For more information, please visit https://www.steppingup.health.nsw.gov.au/ Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.   Blacktown hospital car parking allocation model is changing. There is a managed waitlist for parking for new staff commencing at Blacktown Hospital. This does not apply to staff with a disability parking permit.   Please note: A person who is not an Australian citizen or a permanent resident is only eligible for temporary employment for a period not longer than the duration of their current visa or a period not shorter than the duration of the advertised position. Selection Criteria Relevant qualifications in business, office administration and/or equivalent experience in similar office/administrative/customer service/reception roles Demonstrated high level and effective interpersonal skills, with good oral and written communication and the ability to confidently and courteously communicate with a wide range and variety of individuals and organisations both internally and externally High level customer service skills, with a demonstrated commitment to providing high quality service and maintaining confidentiality and privacy Demonstrated good computer literacy with Microsoft office suite products, including proficiency in Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as experience in the use of computer hardware, various electronic administration systems and databases Demonstrated excellent administrative and organisation skills with strong accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated good ability to plan, prioritise and organise a wide range of administrative tasks in a high volume work environment and display time management and problem solving skills to meet deadlines Demonstrated ability to be flexible and adaptable, use initiative and work effectively without supervision as well as in collaboration with other staff members contributing to a well-functioning team Need more information?   1) Click here for the Position Description   2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Ranjit Kaur on 9881 8888 / Ranjit.Kaur1health.nsw.gov.au or Antoni Yesudoss on  0427 105 308 / Antoni.Yesudosshealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: 3rd March 2024 • Sat, 24 FebWestern Sydney Local Health District
Administration Officer » Townsville, Townsville Region - In this role you will: Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of efficient and effective work systems. Perform data entry and enquiry functions on database programs. Examine incoming correspondence to determine action. Distribute and register incoming and outgoing correspondence. Undertake general administrative duties as requested supporting management including diary management, organising meeting rooms and teleconferences, minute taking, word processing and spreadsheets, answering telephone enquiries, photocopying and faxing. Book travel including accommodation, car hire and flights. Provide advice on general administration aspects of the area operations. Designate cost codes and arrange approval of invoices. Liaise with officers at all levels within both public and private sectors in relation to the office activities. Manage own work-flow by negotiating and confirming work priorities for work completion in consideration of the needs of other officers. Efficient time management skills and the ability to prioritise tasks as demands arise and with competing priorities. Ensure the security of files and appropriate access to the files by relevant staff and approved external agencies. Ensure the confidentiality of all documentation handled and maintain a secure filing system. Process professional and personal visitor bookings for the centre. Provide information about visitor booking processes and answer queries on the day of the visit. Accounts receivable and accounts payable functions in SAP. Support stock control functions (MYOB). Undertake procurement and financial processing duties requiring financial reporting, purchase orders, corporate card reconciliation, monitoring of transactions and conduct banking as required. Control and maintain all monies receipted for prisoner trust funds, prepare necessary documentation for banking of same, including attending to any general enquiries regarding prisoners' trust monies. Check and compile weekly prisoner remuneration payments, including the correct payment of the amenities allowance and board and lodging where applicable. Prepare discharge documentation relating to any trust monies held, including travel arrangements for prisoners. Prepare documentation for valuables and monies for prisoner's transfer, monthly reconciliations and disposal of prisoners' unclaimed cash and valuables. Undertake the IT system administrator role providing centre support for the phone and computer systems. Provide administration for asset and fleet management.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Sat, 24 FebQueensland Corrective Services
Program Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - Implementation Director is responsible for leading and coordinating the implementation of technology initiatives within our organization. You will play a crucial role in driving digital transformation across various business units and ensuring the successful adoption and integration of technology solutions. Your strategic mindset, leadership skills, and technical expertise will be critical to driving innovation, improving operational efficiency, and enhancing our competitive advantage in the market. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Evaluates complex requirements among multiple stakeholders and interprets requirements needed to complete deliverable. Work closely with Sales teams on RFP assistance as well as solution timelines Create initial project proposals, project charters, and statements of work Create and manage delivery control documentation, including requirements documentation, work plans, timelines, budgets, resource plans, and knowledge transfer plans Work closely with support team, including analysts, implementation specialists, engineers, and testers Manage budgets Manage and report delivery risks and issues immediately Manage change control process Manage user acceptance testing and release plans Manage communications with stakeholders, business transition team, and business and IT management Manage change management processes for technology adoption Maintain thorough knowledge of customer segments and customer needs Maintain thorough understanding of product features and functionality Oversee and complete application configuration and support while liaising with architecture, infrastructure, and engineering Documenting business needs and ensuring appropriate technology solutions are designed and configured to meet business capability Define and document functional and technical requirements and assist in defining business requirements ORGANIZATION RELATIONSHIPS Interfaces with customers across multiple business units. Works with various IT functional areas, including engineering, product, and transition teams as necessary for service delivery. Works with leadership for technology planning and management. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Excellent project management skills, with a track record of delivering projects on time and within budget. Strong leadership and team management skills, with the ability to motivate and inspire cross-functional matrix teams Excellent problem-solving skills, with the ability to identify and address potential issues or roadblocks in technology implementation Proven experience in leading technology implementation projects at a senior level, preferably in complex organizations Analytical mindset, with the ability to assess complex situations and make data-driven decisions Strong communication and presentation skills, with the ability to effectively articulate complex concepts to both technical and non-technical stakeholders Ability to think strategically and communicate effectively with various stakeholders, including C-suite executives Proven ability to navigate in a large matrix organization Excellent attention to detail Self-motivated, able to set priorities and work autonomously Customer service focus Knowledge and experience in real estate industry preferred Minimum Experience Minimum of 10 years of work experience in IT industry or department Minimum of 7 years of work experience in leading IT programs Experience in managing simultaneous complex projects from inception to successful completion Excellent communication skills (fluent in English written and spoken) Experience in SQL / Python to write ad hoc queries, investigate data fees or debug stored procedures, create views and stored procedures a plus Working knowledge of ETL workflow tools and familiarity with API's (JSON, SML) Educational Level /Certifications Bachelor's degree required, MBA preferred, preferably in information systems, computer science, or business administration PMI or equivalent certification preferred Six Sigma certification or exposure preferred Location: Remote -Sydney, NSW If this resonates with you, we encourage you to apply even if you don't meet all of the requirements. We're interested in getting to know you and what you bring to the table About JLL - For over 200 years, JLL (NYSE: JLL), a leading global commercial real estate and investment management company, has helped clients buy, build, occupy, manage and invest in a variety of commercial, industrial, hotel, residential and retail properties. A Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $20.9 billion and operations in over 80 countries around the world, our more than 103,000 employees bring the power of a global platform combined with local expertise. Driven by our purpose to shape the future of real estate for a better world, we help our clients, people and communities SEE A BRIGHTER WAY. JLL is the brand name, and a registered trademark, of Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated. For further information, visit jll.com. JLL Privacy Notice Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading global provider of real estate and investment management services. We take our responsibility to protect the personal information provided to us seriously. Generally the personal information we collect from you are for the purposes of processing in connection with JLL's recruitment process. We endeavour to keep your personal information secure with appropriate level of security and keep for as long as we need it for legitimate business or legal reasons. We will then delete it safely and securely. For more information about how JLL processes your personal data, please view our Candidate Privacy Statement. For additional details please see our career site pages for each country. For candidates in the United States, please see a full copy of our Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action policy here. Jones Lang LaSalle ("JLL") is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process - including the online application and/or overall selection process - you may contact us at Accommodation Requests. This email is only to request an accommodation. Please direct any other general recruiting inquiries to our Contact Us page > I want to work for JLL. • Sat, 24 FebJLL
SAP Finance Architect » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Company Overview: Leading consultancy and provider of innovative enterprise solutions, specialising in empowering businesses with cutting-edge SAP solutions, including S/4 HANA Finance, to optimize operations and achieve sustainable growth. About the role: S/4 HANA Finance Solution Architect, working across projects in Australia. You would be designing solutions from scratch in line with customer requirements, liaising with C Suite Executives and leadership teams, and providing best practice solutions. Responsibilities: Collaborate with clients to understand their business requirements and objectives, and translate them into scalable S/4 HANA Finance solutions. Lead end-to-end solution design and architecture efforts, encompassing core finance modules Provide technical guidance and expertise to project teams throughout the implementation lifecycle, ensuring alignment with best practices and industry standards. Conduct workshops, stakeholder meetings, and presentations to communicate solution designs, gain consensus, and address any concerns or challenges. Configure and customize SAP S/4 HANA Finance modules to accommodate specific client requirements and enhance system functionality. Collaborate closely with integration teams to design and implement seamless interfaces between SAP S/4 HANA Finance and other enterprise systems. About you: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration, or related field Proven experience as a Solution Architect in the finance domain, with a focus on SAP S/4 HANA Finance implementations and solution design. In-depth knowledge of SAP S/4 HANA Finance modules, including their architecture, configuration, and integration capabilities. Strong understanding of finance and accounting principles, processes, and best practices. Demonstrated ability to lead complex SAP projects, from requirements gathering and design to implementation and post-go-live support. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively engage with clients, stakeholders, and project teams. SAP certification(s) in relevant modules (e.g., SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP S/4 HANA for Financial Accounting Associates) preferred. Prior experience with SAP Activate methodology and agile project management practices is advantageous. If you are based in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney or Perth and are looking for the next step in your career - this is it. Apply now. • Sat, 24 FebPrecision Sourcing
Site Administrator (Moranbah North) » Moranbah, QLD - project at Moranbah North is seeking a Site Administrator to join the team. This project is well known for living out the... and attributes: Very high attention to detail Strong computer skills with exposure to Microsoft Suite and experience with ERP... • Fri, 23 FebMetarock
Learning & Development Administrator- ANZ » Melbourne, VIC - ​ ​ Position Title: Learning & Development Administrator- ANZ Position Type: Temporary - Part-Time ​ Position... to the Training Manager ANZ, the Learning & Development Administrator will support our fabulous team with all administration... • Fri, 23 FebMcCain Foods
HSE Advisor » Horsley Park, Fairfield Area - Manage, report, and improve safety performance and provide safety assistance both on site and at the office in Horsley Park NSW Our Client specialise in the design, construction, installation, operation and maintenance of critical assets across Australia's essential infrastructure networks. As a Site Safety Advisor you'll be at the forefront of promoting their culture of safety by implementing best practices, protocols, and standards. Responsibilities: Oversee any safety indicator and ensure that functional management receives report in a timely manner Work closely with management to improve implementation of WLS safety standards Maintain records of all WHS inspections, WHS risk assessment, WHS toolbox and other WHS related work activities. Perform safety audits and inspect facilities, activities, Plant & Equipment and PPE to identify and correct potential hazards. Guide supervisors and managers in the HSE investigations (ICAM): identification of root causes, determination of corrective and preventative actions Assist People Management with safety regulations in regards to return-to-work activities – Provide technical advice, coaching, guidance, and mentoring to employees on safety initiatives and necessary changes Ensure maintenance of safety inventory including supplies and equipment Provide safety advise and recommendations to functional manager Actively promote accountability for safety within the team Embrace cross functional teamwork. Communicate all lessons learned from incident alerts and HSEQ corrective actions To be successful in this type of role Diploma or Certificate IV in WHS. First Aid & CPR training Certificate. Minimum 2 years working in a similar role within the construction industry. Must be an excellent communicator and able to build rapport with all key stakeholders. Be able to carry out meetings and presentations with both your team and the client. Excellent administration and computer systems. Demonstrate a real passion for safety. How to Apply: Send your CV to Sophia.chastellacrworld.com alternatively feel free to call me for a chat on 0405 849 519 • Fri, 23 FebACRWORLD
HITH Ward Clerk » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Reference Number: [[id]]:  [[title]]  Employment Type: [[filter2]]  Location: [[custJobl]]   About Northern Health:  As an organisation we have a clear focus on how we service and partner with our community, including our strategy of helping the community stay well when at home. Our reputation of community minded, inclusive and progressive is matched to none. Northern Health is located in the rapidly growing northern suburbs with projected growth the biggest in the state. With a booming, culturally rich and diverse community, and less than an hour’s drive from the CBD, Melbourne’s North is fast becoming the place to be  The Role: The HITH Ward Clerk is responsible for the clerical and administrative duties of the Ward. As the first point of contact for staff and patients they are to be courteous and respectful at all times while maintaining privacy and confidentiality. HITH Ward Clerks interact with internal and external departments to ensure efficient and effective processing of patient admissions, discharges, transfers and appointments. HITH Ward Clerks are responsible to the Ward Clerk Manager for clerical practices and procedures, leave co-ordination and professional development. Ward Clerks are also responsible to the Nurse Unit Manager for the day to day Ward management. Week 1 Wednesday & Thursday Week 2 Wednesday & Thursday Ideally, the hours will be successfully recruited to one employee who is able to pick up extra shifts in times of unplanned and planned leave occasions. To be successful in this role you will have: Experience in a receptionist or customer service role Demonstrated ability to problem solve and prioritise workload Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team Good communication and interpersonal skills Skilled in Microsoft Office suite of software Qualifications, Registrations and Qualities Essential Minimum Secondary Education up to Year 10 Experience Essential: Experience in a receptionist or customer service role Demonstrated ability to problem solve and prioritise workload Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team Good communication and interpersonal skills Skilled in Microsoft Office suite of software Have excellent organisation and time management skills Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality is maintained at all times Desirable: Have knowledge of medical terminology or administrative experience in a healthcare setting Understanding of confidentiality and privacy requirements Experience with i.PM computer programs or other Patient Administration Systems Experience with a scanned healthcare record system Knowledge and experience using an electronic rostering system. Next Steps . . . If this opportunity sounds like the next step in your career, then we would love to hear from you. Please click on the 'Apply' button and follow the prompts. For further details, please contact: Trisha Abbey: Ward Clerk Manager on 8405 8225, alternatively please refer to the Position Description. Applications close 8 March 2024. Please contact the Hiring Manager if you have any queries. careerinhealthcare jobsearchhealthcare healthcarehiring jobopportunity healthcarerecruitment northernhealth Why work at the Northern Health? We offer a range of benefits to support and reward staff both personally and professionally, which includes: Health and Wellbeing programs, including our ‘Thrive’ program Flexibility in the workplace and extra leave options and support An inclusive and culturally safe space State of the art facilities and campus partnerships A commitment to ongoing professional development through our ‘Learning Labs’ Access to salary packaging, EAP and our online library F or a glimpse of life at NH, click here. Work with us Northern Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce which reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as well as applicants who are LGBTIQ, who have different abilities, or are from culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds are encouraged. All employees of Northern Health must comply with the health service’s Staff Health / Workforce Immunisation procedure (as amended from time to time) together with any relevant State Government and Departmental directives. This requires all employees to be vaccinated for various diseases such as, but not limited to influenza and Covid-19. • Fri, 23 FebNorthern Health
Network Administrator » Perth, WA - Network Administrator To be succesful for this role you will need to posses the below skills and attributes... and security communications systems. Assists in the development of the network and security management capabilities. Prepares... • Fri, 23 FebFinite Recruitment
Systems Administrator » Sydney, NSW - Systems Administrator, you will be responsible for the implementation, configuration, maintenance, and reliable operation... of business infrastructure. Responsibilities:Configure, and maintain servers, hardware, and software systems.Manage user accounts... • Fri, 23 FebRobert Half
Learning & Development Administrator- ANZ » Melbourne, VIC - ​ ​ Position Title: Learning & Development Administrator- ANZ Position Type: Temporary - Part-Time ​ Position... to the Training Manager ANZ, the Learning & Development Administrator will support our fabulous team with all administration... • Fri, 23 FebMcCain Foods
Support Officer, Local Roster Administrator and Workforce Reporting » Sydney, NSW - Randwick, NSW - , quality services that meet key performance indicators and business objectives of the Local Roster Administrator (LRA... relating to awards, pay and roster systems Demonstrated organisational skills and experience working in a high volume... • Thu, 22 FebNSW Health$39.15 - 40.07 per hour
Senior Database Administrator » Hawthorn, VIC - Senior Database Administrator role within Swinburne University Full time position at our Hawthorn campus Hew 8 + 17...% Superannuation About the Role We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Database Administrator. The Database... • Thu, 22 FebSwinburne University of Technology
Junior Administrator » Townsville, QLD - Cairns, QLD - all enquiries etc; Manage incoming service requests and maintaining the applicable computer systems; Processing purchase orders... region. The Opportunity As the Junior Administrator, you will enjoy variety in this role, assisting in... • Thu, 22 FebCBC Staff Selection
Student and Academic Administration Officer - Faculty of EAIT » Australia - Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology Student and Academic Administrative support Excellent communication and time management skills Full time, permanent position Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment Job advertisement closes on Sunday, 3 March 2024 Based at St Lucia Campus About UQ As part of the UQ community, you will have the opportunity to work alongside the brightest minds, who have joined us from all over the world. Everyone here has a role to play. As a member of our professional staff cohort, you will be actively involved in working towards our vision of a better world. By supporting the academic endeavour across teaching, research, and the student life, you will have the opportunity to contribute to activities that have a lasting impact on our community. Join a community where excellence is at the core of our culture, contributions are valued and a range of benefits and rewards are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual leave loading Access to flexible working arrangements including hybrid working options, purchased leave, and a condensed fortnight. Health and wellness discounts - fitness passport access, free yearly flu vaccinations, discounted health insurance, and access to our Employee Assistance Program for staff and their immediate family On campus childcare options Cheap parking (from just $5.75 a day) Salary packaging options About This Opportunity The principal responsibilities of the Student and Academic Administration Officer are to support the Manager, Student and Academic Administration and the Associate Dean (Academic) in the efficient operation of the Faculty's student administration and to provide professional and accurate advice to staff and students. We are offering a permanent position that is predominantly expected to support the international administration team and reports to the Coordinator, International Administration. Key responsibilities will include: Undertake administrative tasks for a range of student administration activities across domestic and international, undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including admission, credit, progression, graduation, and cross institutional study. Provide administrative or secretarial support to the Associate Dean (Academic) and Manager, Student and Academic Administration on student and academic administration matters. Provide accurate advice to students through email, phone and student consultations on a range of student administration matters. Update internal and University databases to ensure currency of information for staff and students. Liaise with other Faculties, Schools, Academic staff and Central Administration regarding matters of policy, and procedures. Process documentation, answer queries and prepare correspondence as required. Ensure details required for Government reporting are completed in accordance with statutory and policy requirements. Assist with the preparation of materials for reports and documents for a range of tasks in the Academic Services team. Assist with the implementation of strategies and work practices which will improve the workflow, efficiency and effectiveness of the Faculty Academic Services team. Represent the Faculty at TSXPO, UQ Open Day and related promotional and recruitment activities and exhibitions. Provide support for orientation planning and organisation. Develop and maintain storage and retrieval systems for information relevant to Faculty initiatives. Assist in other activities of the Faculty Office as required. This is a full-time (100%), continuing position at a HEW level 5. The full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range $77,396.47 - $86,029.78, plus a generous super allowance of up to 17%. The total FTE package will be up to $90,553.87 - $100,654.84 annually. As this role is covered by an Enterprise Agreement, you will also receive regular remuneration increases - at least once a year. About You An undergraduate degree, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, effective interpersonal skills, and excellent attention to detail. Ability to prioritise competing work demands in a high-volume environment and meet deadlines. Knowledge of student administration, both domestic and international, undergraduate, and postgraduate, including admissions, enrolments, examinations, and graduation. Problem solving skills using judgement and reasoning in interpreting situations and providing accurate and consistent advice, particularly in relation to policies and procedures. Proficiency at an advanced level using student administration systems, computer software packages for word-processing and spreadsheets. Commitment to and enthusiasm for the provision of excellent client service. Ability to operate flexible across the range of functions within the Faculty Office and to work as a member of a team. In addition, the following mandatory requirements apply: Work Rights: You must have unrestricted work rights in Australia for the duration of this appointment to apply. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment. Background Checks: All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a criminal record check. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. Questions? For more information about this opportunity, please contact Mrs Sophie Dutton. For application queries, please contact talentuq.edu.au stating the job reference number (below) in the subject line. Want to Apply? All applicants must upload the following documents in order for your application to be considered: Cover letter addressing the 'About You' section Resume Other Information At UQ we know that our greatest strengths come from our diverse mix of colleagues, this is reflected in our ongoing commitment to creating an environment focused on equity, diversity and inclusion. We ensure that we are always attracting, retaining and promoting colleagues who are representative of the diversity in the broader community, whether that be gender identity, LGBTQIA, cultural and/or linguistic, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, or people with a disability. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to talentuq.edu.au. If you are a current employee (including casual staff and HDR scholars) or hold an unpaid/affiliate appointment, please login to your staff Workday account and visit the internal careers board to apply for this opportunity. Please do NOT apply via the external job board. Applications close on Sunday, 3 March 2024 at 11.00pm AEST (Job Reference Number - R-35818). Please note that interviews have been tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, 12 March 2024. LI-DNI • Thu, 22 FebThe University of Queensland
ICT Systems Administrator » Sydney, NSW - ABOUT THE ROLE A newly created role, the Regents Park Christian School ICT Systems Administrator will be responsible... for developing and maintaining the school’s computer network and communications infrastructure. It encompasses the wired and wireless... • Wed, 21 Feb
Service Administrator » Campbellfield, VIC - Service Administrator Description Service Administrator Campbellfield, VIC Our culture believes in POWERING... are completed in a timely manner -Service invoicing and closing out service jobs within the appropriate business operating systems... • Wed, 21 FebCummins
Project Administrator » Torbanlea, QLD - Administrator for our Queensland Train Manufacturing Program in Hervey Bay! Your role will involve records management, precise data... basic support to colleagues on John Holland systems and programs Take care of the office workspace, mail and office... • Tue, 20 FebJohn Holland
Outpatients Officer » Midland, Swan Area - Your Role Coordinate the provision of high-level clerical and administrative services to the Outpatient Department. The Position With minimal supervision, provide a reception service to meet the daily requirements for outpatient services. Receive new referrals, enter the information into the Patient Administration System (WebPAS) and have all referrals assessed by clinicians. Monitor and action Outpatient requests from the Clinical Information System (CIS). Create and maintain patient information in the Patient Administration System in a timely manner. Ensure that appropriate action is taken for appointments including arranging tests and the availability of all patient documentation prior to the appointment. Ensure all appointments are correctly booked into WebPAS and patients are appropriately notified of their appointments. Receive all Outpatient-related telephone calls, evaluate and initiate any action required. Collect, control and direct messages and Health Information Services to nursing and medical staff. Arrange for the interpreter service, when required. Liaise with medical, nursing, allied health and support services staff to ensure efficient running of clinics. Collate and prepare patient information to be sent to Health Information Services (HIS) for scanning. Monitor and maintain Medicare, Overseas, Uninsured and DVA Billing processes on a daily basis You will have experience in varied clerical duties and reception with a strong front line and customer focus, with proven strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to be flexible and work as part of a team. To succeed you will have experience in the use of varied computer software packages including Patient Administration systems and MS Office products including Word, Outlook and Excel with Accurate data processing/keyboard skills. You will also demonstrate initiative and be able to organise and prioritise clerical tasks with minimal supervision. Above all, patient care will be at the core of everything you do committing to and supporting our Mission and Values. We can offer you Salary: $64,355.00 to $69,469.24.00 per annum, plus 11% superannuation Permanent full time position Discounts on hospital services & private health insurance Generous salary packaging options Up to $15,900 on a range of benefits such as mortgage, rent, or other everyday living expenses Up to $2650 on meal entertainment, holiday accommodation and venue hire Access to novated leasing to use pre-tax dollars for a car and expenses Free on-site parking Access to fitness and wellbeing benefits through Fitness Passport Innovative Professional Development opportunities A welcoming and supportive culture A healthy work-life balance through flexible work options, additional purchased leave & well-being programs All applicants are asked to submit a covering letter (of no more than two (2) pages) demonstrating how you meet the above position requirements. For enquiries contact, Chloe Wenzel, Outpatient Team Leader 08 9462 4032. Closing Date: Friday, 1st of March 2024 St John of God Health Care embraces diversity and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities. We are committed to providing a safe environment for all children and vulnerable people in our care and proactively take measures to protect children/vulnerable people from abuse. • Tue, 20 FebSt John of God Health Care
Technical Business Analyst » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Technical Business Analyst 16 month contract Brisbane CBD location As the Technical Business Analyst, your key responsibilities will include: Collaborate with business stakeholders to understand their requirements, processes, and objectives. Analyse and document business processes, workflows and systems to identify opportunities for improvement and automation. Translate business requirements into clear and comprehensive technical specifications, including data models, system workflows and user interface designs. Work closely with developers, architects and other technical teams to ensure that solutions meet business requirements and adhere to architectural standards. Facilitate communication and collaboration between business and technical teams throughout the project lifecycle. Conduct impact assessments and feasibility studies to evaluate proposed solutions and recommend the most suitable approach. Perform data analysis and validation to ensure accuracy, completeness and integrity of information. Assist in the development of test plans, test cases, test scripts and participate in system testing and user acceptance testing (UAT) activities. Provide support and guidance to business users during system implementation, training and post-implementation support phases. The successful applicant will have: Extensive experience as a Technical Business Analyst, including a proven track record of delivering complex business analysis initiatives while establishing and maintaining strong stakeholder relations. Experience aligning business analysis efforts with strategic objectives, ensuring that analysis supports the overarching goals. Prior involvement in change management strategies, guiding stakeholders through transitions resulting from process changes or technology implementations. Background and experience within the Vocational Education and Training (VET) domain or similar, including familiarity with relevant systems, processes, and stakeholders. Proven ability to collaborate effectively with diverse teams, departments, and stakeholders to drive successful project outcomes. Demonstrated success in identifying and implementing process improvements, streamlining workflows and enhancing operational efficiency. Experience engaging with stakeholders at various levels, managing expectations and maintaining strong relationships to facilitate communication. Track record of contributing to informed decision-making through clear and insightful analysis. Hands-on experience translating business requirements into actionable solutions, collaborating across teams to ensure successful implementation. Proficiency in documenting analysis findings, requirements, and presenting them to non-technical stakeholders in clear and concise formats. Role requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration, or a related field. Proven experience (5 years) working as a Business Analyst, preferably in a technical environment. Strong analytical skills with the ability to critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, reconcile conflicts, decompose high-level information into details and distinguish user requests from underlying true needs. Solid understanding of software development methodologies (e.g. Agile, Waterfall) and SDLC processes. Proficiency in creating clear and concise documentation, including business requirements documents (BRDs), functional specifications, use cases and process flow diagrams. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively interact with stakeholders at all levels of the organisation. Proven experience in supporting the delivery of technology Cloud and SaaS projects. Familiarity with business intelligence (BI) tools, reporting tools and data visualization techniques is a plus. Relevant certifications such as CBAP (Certified Business Analysis Professional) or PMI-PBA (PMI Professional in Business Analysis) are preferred. If this role sounds like you, please APPLY NOW submitting your resume in WORD format. If you would like more information or to discuss the role, please contact Luuk Piet on 07 3230 0028. Job Reference: 597306 • Mon, 19 FebEden Ritchie Recruitment
Branch Administrator | Tom Price » Tom Price, WA - We are looking for a highly motivated and detail-oriented Administrator to support our Tom Price operations, on a full... into relevant systems, generating reports, and maintaining accurate records Be the right-hand man to the Branch Operations Manager... • Mon, 19 FebCenturion
Administration Officer » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO3 Workplace Location Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/545460/24 Closing date 01-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Leanne Smith Contact details Phone: 49126289 Access the National Relay Service To provide administration support role to their supervisor such as the General Manager, Industries, Offender Development The administration functions include, but are not limited to; court videoconferencing, centre personal and professional visits, accounts payable, trust accounts, site administration, industries, offender development and General Manager support. In this role you will: Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of efficient and effective work systems. Perform data entry and enquiry functions on database programs. Examine incoming correspondence to determine action. Distribute and register incoming and outgoing correspondence. Undertake general administrative duties as requested supporting management including diary management, organising meeting rooms and teleconferences, minute taking, word processing and spreadsheets, answering telephone enquiries, photocopying and faxing. Book travel including accommodation, car hire and flights. Provide advice on general administration aspects of the area operations. Designate cost codes and arrange approval of invoices. Liaise with officers at all levels within both public and private sectors in relation to the office activities. Manage own work-flow by negotiating and confirming work priorities for work completion in consideration of the needs of other officers. Efficient time management skills and the ability to prioritise tasks as demands arise and with competing priorities. Ensure the security of files and appropriate access to the files by relevant staff and approved external agencies. Ensure the confidentiality of all documentation handled and maintain a secure filing system. Process professional and personal visitor bookings for the centre. Provide information about visitor booking processes and answer queries on the day of the visit. Accounts receivable and accounts payable functions in SAP. Support stock control functions (MYOB). Undertake procurement and financial processing duties requiring financial reporting, purchase orders, corporate card reconciliation, monitoring of transactions and conduct banking as required. Control and maintain all monies receipted for prisoner trust funds, prepare necessary documentation for banking of same, including attending to any general enquiries regarding prisoners' trust monies. Check and compile weekly prisoner remuneration payments, including the correct payment of the amenities allowance and board and lodging where applicable. Prepare discharge documentation relating to any trust monies held, including travel arrangements for prisoners. Prepare documentation for valuables and monies for prisoner's transfer, monthly reconciliations and disposal of prisoners' unclaimed cash and valuables. Undertake the IT system administrator role providing centre support for the phone and computer systems. Provide administration for asset and fleet management. Job Ad Reference: QLD/545460/24 Closing Date: Friday, 1st March 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 545460 24 - Role Description (PDF, 4.97MB) 545460 24 - Applicant Guide (PDF, 2.15MB) • Sun, 18 FebQueensland Government
System Administrator – Application Specialist (Wedgetail Program) » Brisbane, QLD - System Administrator – Application Specialist (Wedgetail Program) Company: Boeing AUS Holdings Pty Ltd Job ID... a System Administrator Application Specialist, to join our team in Brisbane as part of the Wedgetail Program. The E-7A... • Sun, 18 FebBoeing
Legal Administrator » Hobart, TAS - , regulations and court system - Knowledge of MS Office and ability to work with legal technology (court-filing computer systems...Legal Administrator Location: North Hobart (free parking provided) Full time hours but client willing to look at 4... • Sat, 17 FebRandstad$35 per hour
Police Custody Officer - Dandenong » Dandenong, Greater Dandenong - Police Custody Officer - Dadnenong Do you have strong communication skills? Do you like working with people and in a team environment? If you answered yes, we are looking for people with these attributes like you to join Victoria Police as a Police Custody Officer (PCO). PCOs are valued members of the local police team and play a crucial role in delivering Victoria Police's Mission; to keep everyone safe. Being a PCO is a role that helps make a difference in your community, something that you can be proud of. What do PCOs do? PCOs priority is to ensure the health, wellbeing, safety and supervision of persons in custody, staff and visitors within the custody environment at a Police Station, by: monitoring persons in custody working with your team to conduct risk assessments conducting searches of Person in Custody and facilities. You will liaise with various stakeholders such as nurses, solicitors and persons in custody family to ensure persons in custody needs are meet, including: Medical, medication and dietary requirements transport court or video link attendance. You will work closely with Sworn Police Officers to assist with processing arrested persons, by: receiving new persons into custody and conducting welfare assessments searching, photographing and completing fingerprints of persons briefing Sworn Police Officers on any information regarding a person in custody. You will perform all duties in accordance with established legislation, policies and procedures, including: preparing routine correspondence updating attendance registers and computer systems creation of reports other administrative tasks as needed. You may supervise persons in custody of the court and hospital guard. What skills and attributes do PCOs need?There is no one skill or attribute Victoria Police are looking for, rather a range of skills that make a suitable applicant: Strong communication skills - both written and verbal A healthy level of fitness Honesty and integrity Good character and reputation Leadership skills Resilience Community minded What's in it for me? Competitive salary $55,059 - $72,985, plus 11% superannuation, plus generous shift allowances and penalty rates Four - five weeks leave per annum plus time off in lieu for public holidays 16 weeks maternity leave, four weeks paternity leave Defence force and study leave 15 personal leave days Learning and professional development and career progression opportunities Job security and stability Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Working at Victoria Police you can expect to work for an organisation with strong values, a supportive team culture and a leadership team that wants you to succeed. Roster PCOs must be available to be rostered on rotating shifts to perform day, afternoon and night shifts. Shifts last for 8.06 hours and include a half hour meal break. The start and finish times may vary depending on the location. Roster requests can be made and will be considered within team and organisational requirements. NOTE: You will be required to attend an assessment day which includes fitness testing and the entrance exam. More information regarding the timelines and assessment day dates will be provided after your application is received and eligibility checks are completed. To ensure you are adequately prepared to pass each component, please visit the website to download the PCO Assessment Booklet at www.police.vic.gov.au/pco-recruitment-process and download the POLICE FIT app POLICE FIT app | Free police fitness training tool and start your training. For more information, head to www.police.vic.gov.au/pco or please contact pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact the PCO Employment Team via email pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 6204. Victoria Police is a large organisation employing Police Officers, Public Servants and Protective Services Officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community that we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a workforce that includes people of every gender, age, culture, religion, disability and sexual orientation. • Sat, 17 FebVictoria Police
Police Custody Officer - Shepparton » Shepparton, Shepparton Region - Police Custody Officer - Shepparton Do you have strong communication skills? Do you like working with people and in a team environment? If you answered yes, we are looking for people with these attributes like you to join Victoria Police as a Police Custody Officer (PCO). PCOs are valued members of the local police team and play a crucial role in delivering Victoria Police's Mission; to keep everyone safe. Being a PCO is a role that helps make a difference in your community, something that you can be proud of. What do PCOs do? PCOs priority is to ensure the health, wellbeing, safety and supervision of persons in custody, staff and visitors within the custody environment at a Police Station, by: monitoring persons in custody working with your team to conduct risk assessments conducting searches of Person in Custody and facilities. You will liaise with various stakeholders such as nurses, solicitors and persons in custody family to ensure persons in custody needs are meet, including: Medical, medication and dietary requirements transport court or video link attendance. You will work closely with Sworn Police Officers to assist with processing arrested persons, by: receiving new persons into custody and conducting welfare assessments searching, photographing and completing fingerprints of persons briefing Sworn Police Officers on any information regarding a person in custody. You will perform all duties in accordance with established legislation, policies and procedures, including: preparing routine correspondence updating attendance registers and computer systems creation of reports other administrative tasks as needed. You may supervise persons in custody of the court and hospital guard. What skills and attributes do PCOs need?There is no one skill or attribute Victoria Police are looking for, rather a range of skills that make a suitable applicant: Strong communication skills - both written and verbal A healthy level of fitness Honesty and integrity Good character and reputation Leadership skills Resilience Community minded What's in it for me? Competitive salary $55,059 - $72,985, plus 11% superannuation, plus generous shift allowances and penalty rates Four - five weeks leave per annum plus time off in lieu for public holidays 16 weeks maternity leave, four weeks paternity leave Defence force and study leave 15 personal leave days Learning and professional development and career progression opportunities Job security and stability Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Working at Victoria Police you can expect to work for an organisation with strong values, a supportive team culture and a leadership team that wants you to succeed. Roster PCOs must be available to be rostered on rotating shifts to perform day, afternoon and night shifts. Shifts last for 8.06 hours and include a half hour meal break. The start and finish times may vary depending on the location. Roster requests can be made and will be considered within team and organisational requirements. NOTE: You will be required to attend an assessment day which includes fitness testing and the entrance exam. More information regarding the timelines and assessment day dates will be provided after your application is received and eligibility checks are completed. To ensure you are adequately prepared to pass each component, please visit the website to download the PCO Assessment Booklet at www.police.vic.gov.au/pco-recruitment-process and download the POLICE FIT app POLICE FIT app | Free police fitness training tool and start your training. For more information, head to www.police.vic.gov.au/pco or please contact pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact the PCO Employment Team via email pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 6204. Victoria Police is a large organisation employing Police Officers, Public Servants and Protective Services Officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community that we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a workforce that includes people of every gender, age, culture, religion, disability and sexual orientation. • Sat, 17 FebVictoria Police
Police Custody Officer - Morwell » Morwell, Latrobe Valley - Police Custody Officer - Morwell Do you have strong communication skills? Do you like working with people and in a team environment? If you answered yes, we are looking for people with these attributes like you to join Victoria Police as a Police Custody Officer (PCO). PCOs are valued members of the local police team and play a crucial role in delivering Victoria Police's Mission; to keep everyone safe. Being a PCO is a role that helps make a difference in your community, something that you can be proud of. What do PCOs do? PCOs priority is to ensure the health, wellbeing, safety and supervision of persons in custody, staff and visitors within the custody environment at a Police Station, by: monitoring persons in custody working with your team to conduct risk assessments conducting searches of Person in Custody and facilities. You will liaise with various stakeholders such as nurses, solicitors and persons in custody family to ensure persons in custody needs are meet, including: Medical, medication and dietary requirements transport court or video link attendance. You will work closely with Sworn Police Officers to assist with processing arrested persons, by: receiving new persons into custody and conducting welfare assessments searching, photographing and completing fingerprints of persons briefing Sworn Police Officers on any information regarding a person in custody. You will perform all duties in accordance with established legislation, policies and procedures, including: preparing routine correspondence updating attendance registers and computer systems creation of reports other administrative tasks as needed. You may supervise persons in custody of the court and hospital guard. What skills and attributes do PCOs need?There is no one skill or attribute Victoria Police are looking for, rather a range of skills that make a suitable applicant: Strong communication skills - both written and verbal A healthy level of fitness Honesty and integrity Good character and reputation Leadership skills Resilience Community minded What's in it for me? Competitive salary $55,059 - $72,985, plus 11% superannuation, plus generous shift allowances and penalty rates Four - five weeks leave per annum plus time off in lieu for public holidays 16 weeks maternity leave, four weeks paternity leave Defence force and study leave 15 personal leave days Learning and professional development and career progression opportunities Job security and stability Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Working at Victoria Police you can expect to work for an organisation with strong values, a supportive team culture and a leadership team that wants you to succeed. Roster PCOs must be available to be rostered on rotating shifts to perform day, afternoon and night shifts. Shifts last for 8.06 hours and include a half hour meal break. The start and finish times may vary depending on the location. Roster requests can be made and will be considered within team and organisational requirements. NOTE: You will be required to attend an assessment day which includes fitness testing and the entrance exam. More information regarding the timelines and assessment day dates will be provided after your application is received and eligibility checks are completed. To ensure you are adequately prepared to pass each component, please visit the website to download the PCO Assessment Booklet at www.police.vic.gov.au/pco-recruitment-process and download the POLICE FIT app POLICE FIT app | Free police fitness training tool and start your training. For more information, head to www.police.vic.gov.au/pco or please contact pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact the PCO Employment Team via email pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 6204. Victoria Police is a large organisation employing Police Officers, Public Servants and Protective Services Officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community that we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a workforce that includes people of every gender, age, culture, religion, disability and sexual orientation. • Sat, 17 FebVictoria Police
Police Custody Officer - Wangaratta » Wangaratta, Wangaratta Area - Police Custody Officer - Wangaratta Do you have strong communication skills? Do you like working with people and in a team environment? If you answered yes, we are looking for people with these attributes like you to join Victoria Police as a Police Custody Officer (PCO). PCOs are valued members of the local police team and play a crucial role in delivering Victoria Police's Mission; to keep everyone safe. Being a PCO is a role that helps make a difference in your community, something that you can be proud of. What do PCOs do? PCOs priority is to ensure the health, wellbeing, safety and supervision of persons in custody, staff and visitors within the custody environment at a Police Station, by: monitoring persons in custody working with your team to conduct risk assessments conducting searches of Person in Custody and facilities. You will liaise with various stakeholders such as nurses, solicitors and persons in custody family to ensure persons in custody needs are meet, including: Medical, medication and dietary requirements transport court or video link attendance. You will work closely with Sworn Police Officers to assist with processing arrested persons, by: receiving new persons into custody and conducting welfare assessments searching, photographing and completing fingerprints of persons briefing Sworn Police Officers on any information regarding a person in custody. You will perform all duties in accordance with established legislation, policies and procedures, including: preparing routine correspondence updating attendance registers and computer systems creation of reports other administrative tasks as needed. You may supervise persons in custody of the court and hospital guard. What skills and attributes do PCOs need?There is no one skill or attribute Victoria Police are looking for, rather a range of skills that make a suitable applicant: Strong communication skills - both written and verbal A healthy level of fitness Honesty and integrity Good character and reputation Leadership skills Resilience Community minded What's in it for me? Competitive salary $55,059 - $72,985, plus 11% superannuation, plus generous shift allowances and penalty rates Four - five weeks leave per annum plus time off in lieu for public holidays 16 weeks maternity leave, four weeks paternity leave Defence force and study leave 15 personal leave days Learning and professional development and career progression opportunities Job security and stability Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Working at Victoria Police you can expect to work for an organisation with strong values, a supportive team culture and a leadership team that wants you to succeed. Roster PCOs must be available to be rostered on rotating shifts to perform day, afternoon and night shifts. Shifts last for 8.06 hours and include a half hour meal break. The start and finish times may vary depending on the location. Roster requests can be made and will be considered within team and organisational requirements. NOTE: You will be required to attend an assessment day which includes fitness testing and the entrance exam. More information regarding the timelines and assessment day dates will be provided after your application is received and eligibility checks are completed. To ensure you are adequately prepared to pass each component, please visit the website to download the PCO Assessment Booklet at www.police.vic.gov.au/pco-recruitment-process and download the POLICE FIT app POLICE FIT app | Free police fitness training tool and start your training. For more information, head to www.police.vic.gov.au/pco or please contact pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact the PCO Employment Team via email pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 6204. Victoria Police is a large organisation employing Police Officers, Public Servants and Protective Services Officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community that we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a workforce that includes people of every gender, age, culture, religion, disability and sexual orientation. • Sat, 17 FebVictoria Police
Administration Officer » Rockhampton, Rockhampton Region - To provide administration support role to their supervisor such as the General Manager, Industries, Offender Development The administration functions include, but are not limited to; court videoconferencing, centre personal and professional visits, accounts payable, trust accounts, site administration, industries, offender development and General Manager support. In this role you will: Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of efficient and effective work systems.- Perform data entry and enquiry functions on database programs.- Examine incoming correspondence to determine action.- Distribute and register incoming and outgoing correspondence.- Undertake general administrative duties as requested supporting management including diary management, organising meeting rooms and teleconferences, minute taking, word processing and spreadsheets, answering telephone enquiries, photocopying and faxing.- Book travel including accommodation, car hire and flights.- Provide advice on general administration aspects of the area operations.- Designate cost codes and arrange approval of invoices.- Liaise with officers at all levels within both public and private sectors in relation to the office activities.- Manage own work-flow by negotiating and confirming work priorities for work completion in consideration of the needs of other officers.- Efficient time management skills and the ability to prioritise tasks as demands arise and with competing priorities.- Ensure the security of files and appropriate access to the files by relevant staff and approved external agencies.- Ensure the confidentiality of all documentation handled and maintain a secure filing system.- Process professional and personal visitor bookings for the centre.- Provide information about visitor booking processes and answer queries on the day of the visit.- Accounts receivable and accounts payable functions in SAP.- Support stock control functions (MYOB).- Undertake procurement and financial processing duties requiring financial reporting, purchase orders, corporate card reconciliation, monitoring of transactions and conduct banking as required.- Control and maintain all monies receipted for prisoner trust funds, prepare necessary documentation for banking of same, including attending to any general enquiries regarding prisoners' trust monies.- Check and compile weekly prisoner remuneration payments, including the correct payment of the amenities allowance and board and lodging where applicable.- Prepare discharge documentation relating to any trust monies held, including travel arrangements for prisoners.- Prepare documentation for valuables and monies for prisoner's transfer, monthly reconciliations and disposal of prisoners' unclaimed cash and valuables.- Undertake the IT system administrator role providing centre support for the phone and computer systems.- Provide administration for asset and fleet management. Job Ad Reference: QLD/545460/24 Closing Date: Friday, 1st March 2024This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Sat, 17 FebQueensland Corrective Services
Senior Project Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - Description Rizing, a prominent provider of SAP consulting and implementation services, is expanding its Professional Services team. Committed to our core values of integrity, respect, courage, collaboration, and excellence, we are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager to join our team. We value high-quality project outcomes and are looking for individuals who are passionate about making a significant impact on our clients' success. Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, control, and completion of assigned projects. Ensuring consistency with company strategy, commitments, goals, and adherence to budget, quality standards, and project management best practices. Essential Functions Leads single module to mid-size SAP HCM and SuccessFactors software implementation projects for customers. Serves as the single point of contact for customer projects. Creates and manages the project plan. Manages the resourcing, staffing and budget for customer projects. Manages all aspects of the project by monitoring and identifying any project issues early-on to be able to mitigate any risk for the client, including budget monitoring. Aligns schedules between company and customer. Coordinates with HCM PMO team to set up project tools to support the clients, resources the project team with Rizing consultants, and prepares the client and project teams for project kickoff. Tracks and manages project progress in terms of scope, budget, and timelines. Identifies and documents scope changes for Change Request/Change Order documentation and approval management. Notifies PMO and/or Executive Management of risks/issues when concerns arise. Maintains and manages risks, actions, issues, and decisions log. Tracks and monitors budget and forecast of hours for duration to project completion. Maintains hands-on role to ensure deadlines are met and key deliverables are completed and on time. Escalations management identifying the root cause, putting and action plan and control/monitoring. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems, Information Technology or Business or equivalent experience. Demonstrated proficiency in Project management processes and tools. PMP certification required within 18 months of beginning Project Management role. Hands-on experience leading software implementation projects as part of the Project Management team. Required Experience 3-5 years of experience implementing or using SAP SuccessFactors and/or HCM or similar HRIS software (including at least 5 medium complex >5.000 employees projects experience) 5 years previous experience in professional services or consulting industry. 5 years previous experience with change management or business transformation projects. 5 years previous experience managing projects involving integrations, data migration, or complex technical landscapes. 5 years previous experience working in several projects at the same time. Desired Qualifications Master's Degree in Finance, computer science, information systems, business administration or related field strong preferred. PMP, Prince2, Agile, and/or SCRUM Certification SF Modules Certifications (EC strongly preferred) Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Skilled in technology coupled with business acumen to compliment system consulting. Expertise in various SuccessFactors modules and SAP software. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Product Suite, especially MS Project and Visio. Completion of multiple SuccessFactors, SAP HCM or related projects with depth of knowledge. Demonstrated expertise in Human Resources industry best practices and Project Management domain discipline. Analytical and solutions oriented; ability to solve complex problems, provides detailed insight and constructive criticism into problems and complex situations. Identifies key factors that influence the viability of different solutions & clarifies information to solve problems. Ability to build personal relationships with clients and peers, while inspiring and motivating others. Ability to work in teams and independently. Strong organizational, planning and management skills. Strong presentation skills and meeting facilitation; displays confidence and poise in formal speaking situations; creates effective and compelling presentations; keeps meetings clearly focused on the agenda. Excellent written and oral communication; attentively listens and shares knowledge/expertise. Considers long-term consequences and implications associated with actions/events; sees relationships between diverse systems, organizations or environments; considers problems from a range of viewpoints. Strong ability in setting strategic vision by driving continuous improvement, evaluating/implementing ideas and resolving conflict. Assembles and develops talent by creating a challenging and rewarding work environment Benefits Rizing offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, including: Flexible work arrangements Professional development opportunities. Referral bonuses. Competitive salary and bonus structure. Career progression and opportunities. Medical and Group Life benefits. Rizing provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Ready to become someone's hero? At Rizing we solve business challenges. We create solutions that accelerate our clients' ability to excel at what they do best - so they can get back to doing more of what they do best. Our secret sauce is combining our industry knowledge with SAP technical expertise. We're a multi-million-dollar global SAP professional services firm who chose a specialized focus on SAP Enterprise Asset Management, Consumer Industries and Human Capital Management. We win through recognition that diversity spurs creativity. Our teams place collaboration, integrity, courage, mutual respect, and a commitment to excellence as their top priorities. And we often accomplish this through remote and virtual work environments. We're not so big to have lost sight of our mission and vision or to have lost connection with our clients. We're the right size to deliver personal professional services and to give our employees opportunities that often aren't available at larger firms. If your passion is solving puzzles, improving processes, leading change as part of a team of SAP experts, then this might be the place for you. • Sat, 17 FebRizing
Senior Research Computing Support Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Opportunity Support researchers in high performance computing and perform system administration on local HPC clusters and storage systems to ensure availability Full-time (35 hours week), 3-year fixed term contract $118,883 - $133,948 17% super leave loading Research Technology Services are a key enabler for researchers. These services include Researcher support, Computing and Data Services. Responsibility for these services in the University’s 2025 Strategy sits with the PVC Research Infrastructure as portfolio lead. The Senior Research Computing Support Officer will be responsible for administering and monitoring one or more aligned Research Computing services such as High Performance Computing, Storage and Backup systems, Data Centres, Networking, Private and Public Cloud services. The position will provide support on optimising these platforms and integrating new technologies into these systems. The role of Senior Research Computing Support Engineer reports to Manager, ResTech and has no direct reports. The Organisation The Division of Research at UNSW is responsible for the strategic research direction and overall research performance of the University, and in particular, maintaining and advancing the University's profile in research and research training. UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. But what makes us different isn’t only what we do, it’s how we do it. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re Australia’s number one university for impact and among the nation’s Top 20 employers. Benefits and Culture: UNSW offer a competitive salary and access to benefits including: Hybrid/Flexible working Additional 3 days of leave over the Christmas Period Access to learning and career development Progressive HR practices Discounts and entitlements Affordable on-campus parking Who you are You can demonstrate the following Skills and Experience: - Relevant tertiary qualification with subsequent relevant experience or equivalent competence gained through any combination of education, training and experience. Understanding of the current National Research Infrastructure (eResearch) investments in one or more Research Computing portfolio areas. Ability to troubleshoot software and hardware issues on HPC machines as well as a demonstrated ability to install, maintain and optimize HPC software. Experience with HPC schedulers, such as PBSPro or SLURM. Experience with data centres and GPUs. Strong interpersonal skills demonstrating the ability to liaise, interact and communicate effectively and easily with a broad range of people, with a diverse range of backgrounds and computer knowledge. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to provide status reports and technical training in both informal and formal contexts. Ability to work in a team and to prioritize tasks in a challenging environment, including flexibility in dealing with multiple assignments and working on several projects simultaneously. An understanding of and commitment to UNSW’s aims, objectives and values in action, together with relevant policies and guidelines. Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training. To Apply: If supporting researchers to achieve their project goals is of interest to you please submit your CV, Cover Letter including responses to Skills and Experience nominated in the Position Description via the APPLY button. Contact : Shiree Thomas - Talent Acquisition Consultant e: shiree.thomasunsw.edu.au Applications close: 11.55pm, Sunday 3 rd March 2024 UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Sat, 17 FebUniversity of New South Wales
Rental Sales Coordinator » Silverwater, Auburn Area - Onsite Rental Group is a national specialist equipment hire business that focuses on transparent and efficient hire solutions. We have over 30 years’ experience in this industry across a range of industries including mining, oil & gas, construction, industrial, infrastructure, government and defence. With 500 employees across 35 branches and targeted locations, Onsite is driven by a core set of values which support our customer-centric vision – together we grow. Job Description About the role We have an exciting, permanent opportunity for a Rental Sales Coordinator to join our branch in Silverwater, NSW. This role reports to the Assistant Branch Manager and will see you develop and maintain relationships with our customers by ensuring all rental activities are coordinated to meet customer demand. You will also: Support the sales team to ensure equipment availability and supply arrangements Develop quotes for the supply of equipment & manage customer sales enquiries Build and enter hire agreements and off-hire when agreements expire Raise purchase orders for associated equipment Liaise with transport providers for the timely delivery and pick-up of equipment. Desired Skills and Experience Skills and Experiences We are a result driven team with a passion for delivering exceptional customer service. Your team-oriented mindset will set you up to succeed, along with: Exceptional customer service, communication and relationship building skills. Proven time management skills are essential Sound administration, computer, and system skills (knowledge of Baseplan advantageous). Forklift, EWP or OHS cards/licences (not essential but highly regarded). Previous experience in a rental, sales, or service role is desirable, though not essential. Benefits At Onsite, we are committed to creating a positive workplace culture, and we provide a range of benefits to assist our employees in their personal and professional lives, including: Competitive base salary, with Inclusion in Onsite's Incentive Plan Corporate Health insurance discounts with Bupa Access to Best Doctors and Income Protection Insurance Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Access to WHEREFIT Onsite is committed to achieving a diverse and socially inclusive workforce. Candidates may be requested to undergo pre-employment checks to confirm the candidate's suitability for a role. These checks will vary by role but may include reference checks, right to work check, medical (including drug and alcohol test) and licence checks. • Fri, 16 FebOnsite Rental Group
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Senior Systems Administrator » Scoresby, VIC - team working across a wide range of technologies. As a Systems Administrator, your role will perform some or all of the... following functions as individual assignments or as part of a team: Install, configure, upgrade and maintain computer systems... • Fri, 16 FebLeidos
Rental Sales Coordinator » Wingfield, Port Adelaide Area - Onsite Rental Group is a national specialist equipment hire business that focuses on transparent and efficient hire solutions. We have over 30 years’ experience in this industry across a range of industries including mining, oil & gas, construction, industrial, infrastructure, government and defence. With 500 employees across 35 branches and targeted locations, Onsite is driven by a core set of values which support our customer-centric vision – together we grow. Job Description What we seek We have an exciting, permanent opportunity for a Rental Sales Coordinator to join our branch in Wingfield, SA. This role reports to the Assistant Branch Manager and will see you develop and maintain relationships with our customers by ensuring all rental activities are coordinated to meet customer demand. You will also: Support the sales team to ensure equipment availability and supply arrangements Develop quotes for the supply of equipment & manage customer sales enquiries Build and enter hire agreements and off-hire when agreements expire Raise purchase orders for associated equipment Liaise with transport providers for the timely delivery and pick-up of equipment. Desired Skills and Experience What you can offer We are a result driven team with a passion for delivering exceptional customer service. Your team-oriented mindset will set you up to succeed, along with: Exceptional customer service, communication and relationship building skills. Proven time management skills are essential Sound administration, computer, and system skills (knowledge of Baseplan advantageous). Forklift, EWP or OHS cards/licences (not essential but highly regarded). Previous experience in a rental, sales, or service role is desirable, though not essential. What we offer At Onsite, we are committed to creating a positive workplace culture, and we provide a range of benefits to assist our employees in their personal and professional lives, including: Competitive base salary, with Inclusion in Onsite's Incentive Plan Corporate Health insurance discounts with Bupa Access to Best Doctors and Income Protection Insurance Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Access to WHEREFIT Onsite is committed to achieving a diverse and socially inclusive workforce. Candidates may be requested to undergo pre-employment checks to confirm the candidate's suitability for a role. These checks will vary by role but may include reference checks, right to work check, medical (including drug and alcohol test) and licence checks. • Thu, 15 FebOnsite Rental Group
Operations Support Administrator » Sydney, NSW - Job Description: The Role The Customer Service Coordinator / Operations Support Administrator will liaise with the... CMMS systems Ensure the quality of the data and records pertaining to assets and maintenance, keeping records... • Thu, 15 FebBGIS
Senior Systems Administrator » Scoresby, VIC - team working across a wide range of technologies. As a Systems Administrator, your role will perform some or all of the... following functions as individual assignments or as part of a team: Install, configure, upgrade and maintain computer systems... • Thu, 15 FebLeidos
Technical Support Specialist » Sydney, Sydney Region - Company Overview At Motorola Solutions, we're guided by a shared purpose - helping people be their best in the moments that matter - and we live up to our purpose every day by solving for safer. Because people can only be their best when they not only feel safe, but are safe. We're solving for safer by building the best possible technologies across every part of our safety and security ecosystem. That's mission -critical communications devices and networks, AI-powered video security & access control and the ability to unite voice, video and data in a single command center view. We're solving for safer by connecting public safety agencies and enterprises, enabling the collaboration that's critical to connect those in need with those who can help. The work we do here matters. Department Overview Motorola Solutions is a global leader in mission-critical communications and analytics. Our technology platforms in mission-critical communications, command center software and video security & analytics, make cities safer as well as help communities and businesses thrive. At Motorola Solutions, we are ushering in a new era in public safety and security. Motorola Solution’s Video Division is defining the future of the security industry through innovative end-to-end-solutions and award-winning AI based surveillance systems. Artificial Intelligence is transforming the world and our team is advancing the field as it applies to the surveillance industry. We are proud to be industry leaders in video analytics with products like Appearance Search and Unusual Motion Detection along with our cloud service platform. Our video solutions have been installed in more than 120 countries at thousands of customer sites, including school campuses, transportation systems, healthcare centers, public venues, critical infrastructure, prisons, factories, casinos, airports, financial institutions, government facilities, and retailers. At Motorola Solutions, you will find a culture of thought-leaders who are passionate about creating exciting new solutions for security and surveillance. We seek problem-solvers who are eager to rise to the challenges of a continuously evolving technological industry, and those who want to make an impact on the safety of people and businesses globally. Job Description Overview: Reporting to a Technical Support Team Lead, the Technical Support Engineer ensures critical customer issues are resolved quickly and accurately. Success in this role will be defined by: a strong customer-oriented mentality, a thorough systematic approach to troubleshooting, and the curiosity to learn about a diverse set of technologies. Responsibilities: Maintain a strong understanding of Motorola Solutions software and products, including cameras, servers, and networks. Troubleshoot Motorola Solutions hardware and software products over the phone, chat and through remote sessions Concisely document software, hardware, and network information in a case management system Provide an exceptional customer experience during calls, emails, chat, and customer escalations Prioritize between tasks including inbound calls, existing case management, live chat, email requests Collaborate with the regional and global support teams to provide high quality and effective customer experience Be available to work on call for after hours and weekend emergency support Continuously learns new skills, technologies & products; keeping up with Motorola Solutions’ pace of innovation Basic Requirements Requirements: Exceptional skills in problem solving & time management Able to provide timely updates and manage customer expectations Ability to read, write, and speak English fluently; communicating complex technical problems and solutions to customers of all skill levels while being personable A self-starter who can work independently as well as collaborate effectively with team members with minimal supervision Ability to handle complex situations while troubleshooting critical issues & maintaining effective communication with all stakeholders Demonstrates a continuous learning mindset to digest the technical details of an ever evolving product line Agile, resourceful learner with strong attention to detail Candidates must be able to display a working knowledge with: Applying technical concepts to troubleshooting procedures Installing, configuring, and troubleshooting various operating systems, software, and hardware IP networking: routers, firewalls, wireless technologies, RTP, TCP/IP, UDP, IGMP and Multicasting Preference will be given to candidates with the following skills and experience: 2 years of customer support experience in specific technical support environments: video surveillance or access control, telecommunication, cloud software, enterprise hardware support, IT helpdesk/service desk Degree/Diploma in Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, System Administration, Computer Science or equivalent Certifications such as, but not limited to: CCNA, CCNP, MCSA, MTA, LFS, MCSE, CompTIA A A familiarity with the Onvif profile or other video streaming services Multi language proficiency Experience working in environments using the KCS Methodology Inclusion and Diversity Motorola Solutions embraces a diverse pool of candidates in its recruitment activities. We consider all qualified applicants and do not discriminate based on age, gender identity, biological sex, sexual orientation, intersex status, race, national or ethnic origin, religion, disabilities or health conditions, marital or family status and other areas of potential difference. Travel Requirements Under 25% Relocation Provided None Position Type Experienced Referral Payment Plan Yes • Thu, 15 FebMotorola Solutions
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Recruitment Administrator | Darwin | NT » Darwin, NT - CELOTTI WORKFORCE is looking for a full time Recruitment Administrator to join our growing business, to support the... CELOTTI WORKFORCE is looking for a full time Recruitment Administrator to join our growing business, to support the operations... • Tue, 13 FebCelotti Workforce
Accounts Administrator » Acacia Ridge, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - Job Details ACCOUNTS ADMINISTRATOR needed for this supportive team This is a national company and people love...: You have 3 years of experience in a similar account role Proficient in Account systems (Microsoft Great Plains an advantage... • Tue, 13 FebConquest Recruitment Group$65000 - 75000 per year
SAP FICO Consultant » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Award winning SAP partner Role: SAP FICO Consultant Location: Melbourne, Australia Company Overview: Our client, a leading SAP partner dedicated to delivering innovative ERP solutions to businesses across Melbourne are seeking an experienced SAP FICO Consultant to join their team in Melbourne. As a key member of our consulting team, you will work closely with clients to understand their business requirements, configure SAP solutions, and provide expert guidance throughout the implementation process. Key Responsibilities: Conduct requirements gathering sessions with clients to understand their business needs and objectives. Configure SAP modules to meet client specifications. Collaborate with project teams to design, develop, and implement SAP solutions that align with best practices and industry standards. Provide ongoing support and maintenance to existing SAP implementations, including troubleshooting issues and optimizing system performance. Deliver training sessions to end-users to ensure effective utilization of SAP systems and maximize ROI. Stay up-to-date with the latest SAP technologies and industry trends to provide innovative solutions and recommendations to clients. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration, or related field. Previous experience working in a similar environment. Strong proficiency in SAP ERP modules, including SAP ECC or S/4HANA. Experience with SAP implementation methodologies, such as ASAP or Activate. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively engage with clients at all levels. SAP certification(s) preferred. • Tue, 13 FebFourQuarters
Project Administrator- Core » Perth, WA - Trane Technologies has an exciting opportunity to join our organisation as a full-time Service Deployer Administrator... of systems including deploying Technicians, to customers for both emergency and scheduled work. To provide cover for other team... • Tue, 13 FebTrane Technologies
Police Custody Officer - All Locations (VPSG2) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Various Job type: Full time / Full Time, Ongoing Organisation: Victoria Police Salary: $56,834 - $72,985 Occupation: Emergency Management Reference: VICPOL/1767604A Police Custody Officer – Positions available at 22 locations across Victoria Do you have strong communication skills? Do you like working with people and in a team environment? If you answered yes, we are looking for people with these attributes like you to join Victoria Police as a Police Custody Officer (PCO). PCOs are valued members of the local police team and play a crucial role in delivering Victoria Police's Mission; to keep everyone safe. Being a PCO is a role that helps make a difference in your community, something that you can be proud of. What do PCOs do? PCOs priority is to ensure the health, wellbeing, safety and supervision of persons in custody, staff and visitors within the custody environment at a Police Station, by: monitoring persons in custody working with your team to conduct risk assessments conducting searches of Person in Custody and facilities. You will liaise with various stakeholders such as nurses, solicitors and persons in custody family to ensure persons in custody needs are meet, including: Medical, medication and dietary requirements transport court or video link attendance. You will work closely with Sworn Police Officers to assist with processing arrested persons, by: receiving new persons into custody and conducting welfare assessments searching, photographing and completing fingerprints of persons briefing Sworn Police Officers on any information regarding a person in custody. You will perform all duties in accordance with established legislation, policies and procedures, including: preparing routine correspondence updating attendance registers and computer systems creation of reports other administrative tasks as needed. You may supervise persons in custody of the court and hospital guard. What skills and attributes do PCOs need? There is no one skill or attribute Victoria Police are looking for, rather a range of skills that make a suitable applicant: Strong communication skills – both written and verbal A healthy level of fitness Honesty and integrity Good character and reputation Leadership skills Resilience Community minded What's in it for me? Competitive salary $55,059 - $72,985, plus 11% superannuation, plus generous shift allowances and penalty rates Four - five weeks leave per annum plus time off in lieu for public holidays 16 weeks maternity leave, four weeks paternity leave Defence force and study leave 15 personal leave days Learning and professional development and career progression opportunities Job security and stability Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Working at Victoria Police you can expect to work for an organisation with strong values, a supportive team culture and a leadership team that wants you to succeed. Roster PCOs must be available to be rostered on rotating shifts to perform day, afternoon and night shifts. Shifts last for 8.06 hours and include a half hour meal break. The start and finish times may vary depending on the location. Roster requests can be made and will be considered within team and organisational requirements. Locations Work close to home by selecting one of the following 22 locations: Bairnsdale Ballarat Bendigo Broadmeadows Dandenong Frankston Geelong Heidelberg Horsham Melbourne West Mildura Mill Park Moorabbin Morwell Ringwood Sale Shepparton Sunshine Swan Hill Wangaratta Warrnambool Wodonga NOTE: You will be required to attend an assessment day which includes fitness testing and the entrance exam. More information regarding the timelines and assessment day dates will be provided after your application is received and eligibility checks are completed. To ensure you are adequately prepared to pass each component, please visit the website to download the PCO Assessment Booklet at www.police.vic.gov.au/pco-recruitment-process and download the POLICE FIT app POLICE FIT app | Free police fitness training tool and start your training. For more information, head to www.police.vic.gov.au/pco or please contact pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact the PCO Employment Team via email pcoemploymentpolice.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 6204. Victoria Police is a large organisation employing Police Officers, Public Servants and Protective Services Officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community that we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a workforce that includes people of every gender, age, culture, religion, disability and sexual orientation. Job Closing Date 18 Mar, 2024 • Mon, 12 FebVictoria State Government
Branch Administrator » Melbourne, VIC - We are looking for a highly motivated and detail-oriented Administrator to support our Melbourne operations, on a full... by liaising with clients, suppliers and drivers. Raising and receipting purchase orders Entering data into relevant systems... • Mon, 12 FebCenturion
Technical Support Engineer - Sydney, Australia » The Rocks, Sydney - Who We Are Verkada is the largest cloud-based B2B physical security platform company in the world. Only Verkada offers six product lines - video security cameras, access control, environmental sensors, alarms, workplace and intercoms - integrated with a single cloud-based software platform. Designed with simplicity and scalability in mind, Verkada gives organizations the real-time insight to know what could impact the safety and comfort of people throughout their physical environment, while empowering them to take immediate action to minimize security risks, workplace frustrations and costly inefficiencies. Founded in 2016 with more than $460M in funding raised to date, Verkada has expanded rapidly with 16 offices across three continents, 1,700 full-time employees and 20,000 customers across 70 countries. The Role Verkada is expanding rapidly in the APAC region. We are looking for Technical Support Engineers to support our growing base of enterprise customers in our Sydney office. As a member of Technical Support, you will join a skilled team supporting the entire line of Verkada cloud-managed building security products. Working independently and collaboratively, you will solve technical issues and advise customers on our platform. Our team is the bridge between customers, Engineering, and Product Management. If you want to make an impact and advance your career in the cloud-managed IoT space, we'd love to hear from you Responsibilities Full-stack troubleshooting of the entire Verkada platform including, network, hardware, software, and electrical issues Provide best practice design, installation, and configuration expertise to enterprise customers Communicate technical matters to customers both orally and in writing Own customer issues from creation to resolution Collaborate with Engineering and Product teams to test new products and identify bugs Write technical knowledge base articles and whitepapers Staying up to date on the latest products and industry technologies Build tools and processes that will scale Requirements 2 years of experience in a Technical Support Engineering or IT role Bachelor's or Master's degree in related technical discipline: Networking, Telecommunications, Systems Administration, Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Cybersecurity from an accredited college Strong understanding of network fundamentals: HTTP/HTTPS, TLS, VLANs, TCP/IP, DNS, NAT, DHCP, 802.11, firewalls, Ethernet/Cabling, PoE, and software systems Experience with electrical, Linux, APIs, Python or other coding languages is a plus Ability to communicate complex technical matters both orally and in writing Excellent customer service skills and ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast-paced environment Demonstrated problem-solving skills and attention to detail Industry certifications are a plus: CCNP, CCNA, CCENT, CCDA, CWNP, CWNA, MCSE, CEH, Network, Security, A Sydney Office Employee Benefits Verkada is committed to investing in the holistic health and wellbeing of all employees and their families. Our benefits and perks programs include, but are not limited to: Generous medical, vision, & dental insurance coverage Fertility benefits Fitness/wellness allowance Monthly commuter benefits Daily allowance for in-office meals Employee Pay Disclosure At Verkada, we want to attract and retain the best employees, and compensate them in a way that appropriately and fairly values their individual contribution to the company. With that in mind, we carefully consider a number of factors to determine the appropriate starting pay for an employee, including their primary work location and an assessment of a candidate's skills and experience, as well as market demands and internal parity. For this role, Verkada estimates a starting annual base salary will fall in the range of approximately $102,000 - 132,000AUD. This estimate can vary based on the factors described above, so the actual starting annual base salary may be above or below this range. Annual base salary is also just one component of Verkada's total rewards package. A Verkada employee may be eligible for additional forms of compensation, depending on their role, including sales incentives, discretionary bonuses, and/or equity in the company in the form of Restricted Stock Units (RSUs). Verkada Is An Equal Opportunity Employer As an equal opportunity employer, Verkada is committed to providing employment opportunities to all individuals. All applicants for positions at Verkada will be treated without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, marital status, veteran status, pregnancy, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. • Mon, 12 FebVerkada
Systems Administrator » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Systems Administrators |TSPV Canberra ACT, Australia Full-time Job Type: Permanent Company Description Leidos is a growing company with a long history in Australia with the aim to make the world a safer, healthier and more efficient place. We need incisive minds like yours to weave together information technology, engineering and science skills into practical solutions for our Intelligence customers who face the most complex and high risk challenges. Job Description The opportunity: Leidos is experiencing rapid growth, as a result we are seeking talented System Administrators who hold a current TSPV clearance to support our exciting classified programs within the intelligence space. If you have a desire to expand your career in a dynamic and collaborative workplace that works on mission critical classified programs, encourages innovation, with a work scope that provides a real sense of purpose, then this role is for you In this role: Your primary focus is to maintain the smooth operation of multi-user computer systems, including coordination with network administrators including: Providing overall management of large scale operational systems Undertaking systems administration tasks in support of major databases and applications Providing level 2/3 support to uses and customer management personnel on systems technical issues Recommending, implementing, installing and maintaining appropriate technology to meet client needs Defining problems, collecting data, establishing facts, drawing valid conclusions and preparing appropriate reports Detecting, isolating and resolving automated information system problems. Currently, we have multiple full time opportunities based in Melbourne's South Eastern suburbs (Scoresby) and Canberra. Qualifications What You'll Bring Excellent stakeholder engagement skills, the desire to support mission critical classified programs and Systems Administration exp in any of the following: UNIX Administration - Solaris and/or Linux Windows Administration - Client (Win7) and server (2003/2008/2012/2019) Oracle or similar database experience would be advantageous Virtual server administration NetApp and SAN administration Virtual applications - App-V, VSphere Ability to create advertisement, collections and packages within and SCCM environment Patch management WSUS Scripting - Active Perl, PowerShell Containerization (Kubernetes/Dockers) Coupled with a TSPV (Top Secret Positive Vetting) security clearance or the willingness to obtain or upgrade a current NV1 or NV2 security clearance. Additional Information What You'll Love Be inspired. Be the difference. At Leidos, job satisfaction and business success thrive in a positive working environment. Every day, we are developing a culture where collaboration, transparency and flexibility are in-built, innovation thrives, individuals are recognized, development opportunities are clear, and new initiatives are being launched all the time. The successful candidate may need to meet International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) requirements applicable to this role, and your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role. • Sat, 10 FebCleared ICT
Data Courier Analyst - SDPR Program » Chatswood, Willoughby Area - Employment Type: Full Time – Permanent Multiple positions available Opportunity to work from our many offices across Chatswood, Charlestown or St Leonards 38 hour working week, with flexible work from home options available Attractive salary, $122,850 - $139,559 per annum Super Join an expert team and support the design and implementation of digital health programs About Single Digital Patient Record (SDPR) Working at eHealth NSW is more than a job. Every day, we set out to design, build and innovate world class digital solutions that will transform how healthcare is delivered to patients across NSW. The Single Digital Patient Record (SDPR) program will provide a highly secure, holistic and integrated view of the care a patient receives across the New South Wales (NSW) public health system. It will transform the digital systems that NSW’s public healthcare workers use every day to deliver care. The SDPR is a next generation integrated electronic medical record (eMR), laboratory information management system (LIMS) and patient administration system (PAS). The program will replace the current nine eMRs, 10 PAS and five pathology LIMS in use across NSW Health. SDPR will be delivered across NSW Health through a partnership between Local Health Districts (LHDs), Specialty Health Networks (SHNs), eHealth NSW, NSW Health Pathology and other agencies. Visit our SDPR Careers Page to access vacancies across the program. Come work with us We currently have multiple exciting opportunities in the Single Digital Patient Record program within eHealth NSW Program Delivery Directorate for Data Courier Analysts. Reporting into the Solution Architecture and Technical Analysis Capability Manager you will be responsible for the migration of configuration data between Electronic Medical Record (EMR) environments, ensuring data integrity, and adhering to organisational and compliance standards. Working closely and collaborating with IT professionals, and clinical teams, you will ensure a seamless transition of system configurations. Your role will sit amongst peers in the Solution Architecture and Technical Analysis team. In addition to working on some of NSW Health’s most transformative digital projects, you will also support the ongoing development of best practice methodologies, including contributing to the establishment of a centre of excellence for this discipline, for the benefit of eHealth NSW more broadly. Health Manager Level 3, commencing salary from $122,850 - $139,559 per annum plus 11% superannuation. For more information, read the full Position Description. What you will do As an integral member of the Solution Architecture and Technical Analysis team, you will: Configure, administer, and support the system interfaces and data courier tools used for the migration of configuration data between EMR environments. Monitor configuration data transfers between environments, troubleshoot and resolve issues, and ensure timely completion of data migrations and integrity of data transferred. Ensure that batch migrations are conducted seamlessly and oversee the scheduled transfers minimising disruptions. Work closely with IT teams, and clinical departments to ensure that migrations align with organisational needs and clinical workflows. Maintain detailed logs and histories of all migrations, ensuring full compliance with organisational standards and regulations. Generate and present reports detailing migration activities, successes, challenges, and recommendations. Stay updated with the latest developments in the data transfer tools and recommend improvements or modifications to optimise the data migration process. Provide training and guidance on Data Courier processes to other team members and offer support during migration processes. About you The skills, knowledge and experience we are looking for in you are: A degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Healthcare Administration or relevant field, or equivalent work experience, or a combination of study and work experience. Proven experience in a similar role within a large organisation, with a demonstrated understanding of EMR systems and the criticality of ensuring data integrity. Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team-oriented environment. If this sounds like you and you’re looking for a rewarding new opportunity, we would love to hear from you. Benefits of working for eHealth NSW We support our people with great benefits so they can support the patients and staff of NSW Health. These include: Flexible work options Skills and leadership development training programs Salary Packaging Health and wellbeing programs More information about these benefits can be found on our Benefits Page. Valuing diversity and inclusion eHealth NSW is committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from diverse community groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability for all advertised positions and have strategies in place to support them. For more information on the strategies in place to support diversity and inclusion, such as NSW Health’s Stepping Up program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and our Disability Employment Strategy, please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. To be eligible for this role you must have current Australian work rights (Australian citizen, permanent resident, New Zealand citizen with a current passport, or hold a valid visa with permission to work in Australia). How to apply All applicants must apply by clicking ‘APPLY FOR JOB’ and submitting an up-to-date resume (up to 5 pages) and cover letter (1-2 pages) outlining what skills, knowledge and experience you will bring to this role and how you meet the requirements of the position. In preparation to complete these tasks, please review the position description and advertisement to understand the requirements. See our Candidate Information Sheet for more information about recruitment and onboarding for the SDPR program. If you require assistance or have any questions about the role, please contact the SDPR Talent Acquisition Team on ehnsw-sdprhiringhealth.nsw.gov.au and put the requisition number in the subject line. Applications close: Sunday 18 February 2024, 11:59 PM Please note: Applications are being reviewed as they are received, therefore please ensure you submit the completed version when finalising your application. Applications will not be accepted after the close date. Candidates who progress to the interview stage for this position will also be required to undertake the Epic Aptitude Test as part of the recruitment process. Assessments will take place between February/March 2024, with successful candidates commencing, 20 May, 2024 Shortlisted candidates will receive an email with a link to book an interview timeslot. Once you have booked your interview timeslot, you will receive a Microsoft Teams meeting invitation, and a confirmation email with further information about the interview and the Epic Aptitude Test. Please check your email inbox and junk email folder to ensure that you don’t miss any emails. All NSW Health workers are required to have completed a primary course of a COVID-19 vaccine which has been approved or recognised by the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA). Additionally, Category A workers are required to receive a booster dose three months after completing the primary course of COVID-19 vaccinations. New applicants must have completed the vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate (IM011 immunisation medical exemption form) certifying the worker cannot have any approved COVID-19 vaccines available in NSW. Acceptable proof of vaccination is the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) Immunisation History Statement or AIR COVID-19 Digital Certificate. Booster doses are highly recommended for all health care workers who have completed the primary course of COVID-19 vaccinations. • Sat, 10 FebeHealth
Systems Administrator » Eveleigh, NSW - for our clients. NEP Australia is currently looking for a Systems Administrator to join our team! About the Role The incumbent... will support the day-to-day management of NEP's IT systems, provide specialised support to escalated issues, collaborate with the... • Fri, 09 FebNEP Group
Booking Office Clerk » Ballarat, Ballarat Region - Booking Office Clerk Permanent Part Time 48 hours per fortnight About the Role Grampians Health has an exciting opportunity for a person to join our Booking Office Clerical team. We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic person with a keen attention to detail. You will be patient focused and enjoy working in a small team. The Booking Office is responsible for the management of the planned surgery waiting list (ESIS reporting), endoscopy waiting list (non ESIS reporting) along with booking other procedures for Grampians Health. This role works closely with and is supported by the Liaison Nurses. Skills and experience Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Computer literacy, preferable Patient Administration Systems and MS office suite. Demonstrated organisational and planning skills with the ability to perform tasks efficiently and accurately. Demonstrated initiative and enthusiasm. Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. Knowledge of medical terminology would be an advantage. Previous experience in a clerical role. Culture & Benefits At Grampians Health, we recognise our staff are our greatest asset. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our staff, patients, residents, visitors, volunteers and contractors at all sites. Flexible work arrangements and purchase leave opportunities. Salary packaging for living expenses such as rent/mortgage plus meals, entertainment & holidays. Discounted on-site parking. Access to discounted health club membership. Staff rewards and recognition programs. About Grampians Health Grampians Health provides healthcare to a large region at our campuses based in Ballarat, Dimboola, Edenhope, Horsham and Stawell. Our mission is to deliver sustainable healthcare tailored to evolving community and workforce needs. We strive to enhance services and careers, providing quality healthcare to rural and regional communities. Joining Grampians Health means being part of a diverse team, with a variety of career opportunities in acute, maternity, mental health, allied health, aged care and support services. Ballarat Region Ballarat is the largest centre in Western Victoria and the states fastest growing inland city. Dubbed Australia’s most liveable city in 2020, Ballarat is home to first class education, fine dining and boutique shopping. Uniquely located within easy access to Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo and the Western district, Ballarat is blessed with some of Australia’s most significant heritage buildings and natural landscapes How to apply Click APPLY or contact Josh Strom, Operations Manager Surgical & Procedural Services, on 0497 799 345 for a confidential discussion. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory police records check, immunisation clearance and Working with Children check and/or NDIS Worker Screening Check. All employees must be willing and able to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when required, which at a minimum is a surgical mask. Additional PPE requirements are role-dependent. Grampians Health is a child safe organisation, committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Grampians Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex and asexual LGBTQIA. Selection Criteria Essential : Have you received three doses of a COVID19 vaccine? If no, please provide further detail regarding doses received, booking dates and/or other relevant information. Essential : The successful candidate must hold, or be prepared to undergo, an employee Working with Children Check (WWCC). Please advise if you currently hold an employee WWCC, if not are you willing to undergo one? Essential : Tell me what each of the following values mean to you and how you demonstrate each value at work? Collaboration, Accountability, Innovation, Respect and Compassion. • Fri, 09 FebBallarat Health Services
Booking Office Clerk » Ballarat, Ballarat Region - Booking Office ClerkPermanent Part Time48 hours per fortnight About the RoleGrampians Health has an exciting opportunity for a person to join our Booking Office Clerical team. We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic person with a keen attention to detail. You will be patient focused and enjoy working in a small team. The Booking Office is responsible for the management of the planned surgery waiting list (ESIS reporting), endoscopy waiting list (non ESIS reporting) along with booking other procedures for Grampians Health. This role works closely with and is supported by the Liaison Nurses. Skills and experience Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Computer literacy, preferable Patient Administration Systems and MS office suite. Demonstrated organisational and planning skills with the ability to perform tasks efficiently and accurately. Demonstrated initiative and enthusiasm. Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. Knowledge of medical terminology would be an advantage. Previous experience in a clerical role. Culture & BenefitsAt Grampians Health, we recognise our staff are our greatest asset. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our staff, patients, residents, visitors, volunteers and contractors at all sites. Flexible work arrangements and purchase leave opportunities. Salary packaging for living expenses such as rent/mortgage plus meals, entertainment & holidays. Discounted on-site parking. Access to discounted health club membership. Staff rewards and recognition programs. About Grampians HealthGrampians Health provides healthcare to a large region at our campuses based in Ballarat, Dimboola, Edenhope, Horsham and Stawell. Our mission is to deliver sustainable healthcare tailored to evolving community and workforce needs. We strive to enhance services and careers, providing quality healthcare to rural and regional communities. Joining Grampians Health means being part of a diverse team, with a variety of career opportunities in acute, maternity, mental health, allied health, aged care and support services. Ballarat RegionBallarat is the largest centre in Western Victoria and the states fastest growing inland city. Dubbed Australia’s most liveable city in 2020, Ballarat is home to first class education, fine dining and boutique shopping. Uniquely located within easy access to Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo and the Western district, Ballarat is blessed with some of Australia’s most significant heritage buildings and natural landscapes How to applyClick APPLY or contact Josh Strom, Operations Manager Surgical & Procedural Services, on 0497 799 for a confidential discussion. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory police records check, immunisation clearance and Working with Children check and/or NDIS Worker Screening Check. All employees must be willing and able to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when required, which at a minimum is a surgical mask. Additional PPE requirements are role-dependent. Grampians Health is a child safe organisation, committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Grampians Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex and asexual LGBTQIA. • Fri, 09 FebGrampians Health Edenhope
Booking Office Clerk » Ballarat, Ballarat Region - Job Description Location: Western Region | Ballarat Job type: Full time Organisation: Grampians Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 18510 Booking Office Clerk Permanent Part Time 48 hours per fortnight About the Role Grampians Health has an exciting opportunity for a person to join our Booking Office Clerical team. We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic person with a keen attention to detail. You will be patient focused and enjoy working in a small team. The Booking Office is responsible for the management of the planned surgery waiting list (ESIS reporting), endoscopy waiting list (non ESIS reporting) along with booking other procedures for Grampians Health. This role works closely with and is supported by the Liaison Nurses. Skills and experience Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Computer literacy, preferable Patient Administration Systems and MS office suite. Demonstrated organisational and planning skills with the ability to perform tasks efficiently and accurately. Demonstrated initiative and enthusiasm. Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. Knowledge of medical terminology would be an advantage. Previous experience in a clerical role. Culture & BenefitsAt Grampians Health, we recognise our staff are our greatest asset. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our staff, patients, residents, visitors, volunteers and contractors at all sites. Flexible work arrangements and purchase leave opportunities. Salary packaging for living expenses such as rent/mortgage plus meals, entertainment & holidays. Discounted on-site parking. Access to discounted health club membership. Staff rewards and recognition programs. About Grampians HealthGrampians Health provides healthcare to a large region at our campuses based in Ballarat, Dimboola, Edenhope, Horsham and Stawell. Our mission is to deliver sustainable healthcare tailored to evolving community and workforce needs. We strive to enhance services and careers, providing quality healthcare to rural and regional communities. Joining Grampians Health means being part of a diverse team, with a variety of career opportunities in acute, maternity, mental health, allied health, aged care and support services. Ballarat Region Ballarat is the largest centre in Western Victoria and the states fastest growing inland city. Dubbed Australia’s most liveable city in 2020, Ballarat is home to first class education, fine dining and boutique shopping. Uniquely located within easy access to Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo and the Western district, Ballarat is blessed with some of Australia’s most significant heritage buildings and natural landscapes How to applyClick APPLY or contact Josh Strom, Operations Manager Surgical & Procedural Services, on 0497 799 345 for a confidential discussion. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory police records check, immunisation clearance and Working with Children check and/or NDIS Worker Screening Check. All employees must be willing and able to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when required, which at a minimum is a surgical mask. Additional PPE requirements are role-dependent. Grampians Health is a child safe organisation, committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Grampians Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex and asexual LGBTQIA. • Fri, 09 FebGrampians Health
Senior Systems Engineer - DevOps » The Rocks, Sydney - We are a team of big thinkers who are engineering the future of banking Together we will build tomorrow's bank today, using world-leading technology and innovation Great culture and team environment Do work that matters As someone who never shies away from a challenge, let us present ours to you. We're working to re-architect and modernise our delivery landscape, enabling our engineers to provide seamless solutions to millions of people. And we want your help. The size and nature of our systems and the pace at which our customers' expectations are changing means we're always seeking out the latest technology, experimenting and pushing the boundaries. Our work is key to future proofing one of Australia's largest companies. See yourself in our team Here, you'll create, manage and optimise the platforms used to power our entire business. You'll seize opportunities for continuous improvement, ensuring our systems are simpler, faster and more secure. The cloud movement at CommBank is going strong and continues to grow. We're looking for out of the box thinkers who want to use technology to work on real-world problems that have the potential to change the lives of our 17 million customers. We support our people with the flexibility to balance where work is done with at least half your time each month connecting in office. We also have many other flexible working options available. Talk to us about how these arrangements might work for you. Our team embodies a culture of empowerment, self-sufficiency, and motivation that values innovation, fosters a friendly atmosphere and encourages collaboration. The Senior Systems Engineer role within the Engineering Squad reports to the Engineering Chapter Lead working as a part of larger crew comprised of multiple squads. In this role, you will be researching, designing, implementing, managing and supporting tooling solutions, as well as identifying areas for improvement in existing solutions and subsequently developing these improvements. We're interested in hearing from people who: Are adept at estimating, designing, installing, configuring, integrating, and productionising information technology system components. Prioritise rapid, automated, and safe deployment of technical solutions. Take accountability for all aspects of the solution stack including hardware and networking, data handling and the flow through to application and integration points. Focus on non-functional aspects such as security, reliability, performance, maintainability, scalability, and usability. Ensure that platforms meet service level objectives in addition to business requirements. Provide mentoring and technical assistance to other members of the team. Apply and promote industry best practices and patterns, as well as non-negotiables. Contribute to the strategic engineering goals within own team and platform. Lead support and technical troubleshooting responsibilities for production and non-production systems. Drive continuous improvement for the system and team processes Communicate well (verbal and written) and collaborate positively with internal and external stakeholders Tech Skills: We use a broad range of tools, languages, and frameworks. We do not expect you to know them all but experience or exposure with most of these (or equivalents) will set you up for success in this team: Linux and Windows operating systems Cloud computing (AWS preferred) and system administration Bash/Shell and another scripting language (e.g. Python, PowerShell, NodeJS) Infrastructure-as-code and related tools (Terraform, CloudFormation) Git and Git-based workflows and strategies Networking, cybersecurity, and database management. CI/CD principles, practices, and strategies CI/CD Tooling (GitHub, TeamCity, GitHub Actions, Artifactory, Octopus, ArgoCD, Ansible, HELM, AWS CodeDeploy) Container technologies (Docker, Kubernetes) Logging & monitoring technologies (CloudWatch, AppDynamics, Splunk) Working with us Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career with CommBank is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive, and flexible workplace with flexible work locations. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 28/02/2024 • Fri, 09 FebCommonwealth Bank
Branch Administrator » Kalgoorlie, WA - We are looking for a highly motivated and detail-oriented Administrator to support our Kalgoorlie operations, on a full... into relevant systems, generating reports, and maintaining accurate records Be the right-hand man to the Branch Operations Manager... • Thu, 08 FebCenturion
Technical Records Administrator (Avionics) - Cairns QLD » Cairns, QLD - through networking. Computer literate in enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel..., on the ground, and behind the scenes. Enabling global flight, with passion. Technical Records Administrator (Avionics... • Thu, 08 FebJet Aviation$68000 - 85000 per year
Systems Administrator » Adelaide, SA - The Opportunity: Liebherr-Australia is seeking an experienced Systems Administrator. You will be responsible for the... and networking specialist certification Demonstrated 2-3 years' experience as a Systems Administrator Virtual Server Environments... • Thu, 08 FebLiebherr
Payroll Administrator » Sydney, NSW - computer systems and processes Team culture - social, supportive, and collaborative Exposure to FairWork and Modern Awards... industry, is looking for a Payroll Administrator to join their payroll team. Work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment... • Mon, 05 FebSirius People$70000 - 80000 per year
Data Courier Analyst - SDPR Program » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type: Full Time – Permanent Multiple positions available Opportunity to work from our many offices across Chatswood, Charlestown or St Leonards 38 hour working week, with flexible work from home options available Attractive salary, $122,850 - $139,559 per annum Super Join an expert team and support the design and implementation of digital health programs About Single Digital Patient Record (SDPR) Working at eHealth NSW is more than a job. Every day, we set out to design, build and innovate world class digital solutions that will transform how healthcare is delivered to patients across NSW. The Single Digital Patient Record (SDPR) program will provide a highly secure, holistic and integrated view of the care a patient receives across the New South Wales (NSW) public health system. It will transform the digital systems that NSW’s public healthcare workers use every day to deliver care. The SDPR is a next generation integrated electronic medical record (eMR), laboratory information management system (LIMS) and patient administration system (PAS). The program will replace the current nine eMRs, 10 PAS and five pathology LIMS in use across NSW Health. SDPR will be delivered across NSW Health through a partnership between Local Health Districts (LHDs), Specialty Health Networks (SHNs), eHealth NSW, NSW Health Pathology and other agencies. Visit our SDPR Careers Page to access vacancies across the program. Come work with us We currently have multiple exciting opportunities in the Single Digital Patient Record program within eHealth NSW Program Delivery Directorate for Data Courier Analysts. Reporting into the Solution Architecture and Technical Analysis Capability Manager you will be responsible for the migration of configuration data between Electronic Medical Record (EMR) environments, ensuring data integrity, and adhering to organisational and compliance standards. Working closely and collaborating with IT professionals, and clinical teams, you will ensure a seamless transition of system configurations. Your role will sit amongst peers in the Solution Architecture and Technical Analysis team. In addition to working on some of NSW Health’s most transformative digital projects, you will also support the ongoing development of best practice methodologies, including contributing to the establishment of a centre of excellence for this discipline, for the benefit of eHealth NSW more broadly. Health Manager Level 3, commencing salary from $122,850 - $139,559 per annum plus 11% superannuation. For more information, read the full Position Description. What you will do As an integral member of the Solution Architecture and Technical Analysis team, you will: Configure, administer, and support the system interfaces and data courier tools used for the migration of configuration data between EMR environments. Monitor configuration data transfers between environments, troubleshoot and resolve issues, and ensure timely completion of data migrations and integrity of data transferred. Ensure that batch migrations are conducted seamlessly and oversee the scheduled transfers minimising disruptions. Work closely with IT teams, and clinical departments to ensure that migrations align with organisational needs and clinical workflows. Maintain detailed logs and histories of all migrations, ensuring full compliance with organisational standards and regulations. Generate and present reports detailing migration activities, successes, challenges, and recommendations. Stay updated with the latest developments in the data transfer tools and recommend improvements or modifications to optimise the data migration process. Provide training and guidance on Data Courier processes to other team members and offer support during migration processes. About you The skills, knowledge and experience we are looking for in you are: A degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Healthcare Administration or relevant field, or equivalent work experience, or a combination of study and work experience. Proven experience in a similar role within a large organisation, with a demonstrated understanding of EMR systems and the criticality of ensuring data integrity. Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team-oriented environment. If this sounds like you and you’re looking for a rewarding new opportunity, we would love to hear from you. Benefits of working for eHealth NSW We support our people with great benefits so they can support the patients and staff of NSW Health. These include: Flexible work options Skills and leadership development training programs Salary Packaging Health and wellbeing programs More information about these benefits can be found on our Benefits Page. Valuing diversity and inclusion eHealth NSW is committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from diverse community groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability for all advertised positions and have strategies in place to support them. For more information on the strategies in place to support diversity and inclusion, such as NSW Health’s Stepping Up program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and our Disability Employment Strategy, please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. To be eligible for this role you must have current Australian work rights (Australian citizen, permanent resident, New Zealand citizen with a current passport, or hold a valid visa with permission to work in Australia). How to apply All applicants must apply by clicking ‘APPLY FOR JOB’ and submitting an up-to-date resume (up to 5 pages) and cover letter (1-2 pages) outlining what skills, knowledge and experience you will bring to this role and how you meet the requirements of the position. In preparation to complete these tasks, please review the position description and advertisement to understand the requirements. See our Candidate Information Sheet for more information about recruitment and onboarding for the SDPR program. If you require assistance or have any questions about the role, please contact Michael Yoon on yongjin.yoonhealth.nsw.gov.au. Applications close: Sunday 18 February 2024, 11:59 PM Please note: Applications are being reviewed as they are received, therefore please ensure you submit the completed version when finalising your application. Applications will not be accepted after the close date. Candidates who progress to the interview stage for this position will also be required to undertake the Epic Aptitude Test as part of the recruitment process. Assessments will take place between February/March 2024, with successful candidates commencing, 20 May, 2024 Shortlisted candidates will receive an email with a link to book an interview timeslot. Once you have booked your interview timeslot, you will receive a Microsoft Teams meeting invitation, and a confirmation email with further information about the interview and the Epic Aptitude Test. Please check your email inbox and junk email folder to ensure that you don’t miss any emails. All NSW Health workers are required to have completed a primary course of a COVID-19 vaccine which has been approved or recognised by the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA). Additionally, Category A workers are required to receive a booster dose three months after completing the primary course of COVID-19 vaccinations. New applicants must have completed the vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate (IM011 immunisation medical exemption form) certifying the worker cannot have any approved COVID-19 vaccines available in NSW. Acceptable proof of vaccination is the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) Immunisation History Statement or AIR COVID-19 Digital Certificate. Booster doses are highly recommended for all health care workers who have completed the primary course of COVID-19 vaccinations. SDPRjob . • Mon, 05 FebeHealth NSW
Junior HSE Coordinator » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the company:Since the 1990s, our clients construction team has successfully delivered large-scale civil, commercial, and residential concrete packages in Australia, while maintaining confidentiality. Safety is their top priority, adhering to the highest Australian industry standards. They assign experienced Project Management teams and on-site safety professionals to contracted projects, showcasing their ability to construct complex projects with utmost safety.development. About the Role: As a Junior Safety Coordinator you'll play a pivotal role in ensuring the well-being of the site team. You'll be at the forefront of promoting their culture of safety by implementing best practices, protocols, and standards.Your responsibilities will include: Assisting in safety inspections Maintaining safety documentation Supporting with safety training programs Identifying and reporting hazards Participating in safety meetings Contributing to emergency response planning Conducting safety audits Overseeing personal protective equipment use Assisting in incident investigations Ensuring regulatory compliance Facilitating communication on safety matters To be successful in this type of role Certificate IV/Equivalent in WHS or higher First Aid & CPR training Certificate.Minimum 1 years working in a similar role within the construction industry. Must be an excellent communicator and able to build rapport with all key stakeholders. Be able to carry out meetings and presentations with both your team and the client.Excellent administration and computer systems. Demonstrate a real passion for safety. How to Apply: Send your CV to acrworld.com alternatively feel free to call me for a chat on 0405 849 Click here to view more detail / apply for Junior HSE Coordinator • Sun, 04 FebAtlamGroup
Junior HSE Coordinator » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Exciting oppururnttiy to be apart of a large QLD government project in the heart of Brisbane CBD About the company: Since the 1990s, our clients construction team has successfully delivered large-scale civil, commercial, and residential concrete packages in Australia, while maintaining confidentiality. Safety is their top priority, adhering to the highest Australian industry standards. They assign experienced Project Management teams and on-site safety professionals to contracted projects, showcasing their ability to construct complex projects with utmost safety. development. About the Role: As a Junior Safety Coordinator you'll play a pivotal role in ensuring the well-being of the site team. You'll be at the forefront of promoting their culture of safety by implementing best practices, protocols, and standards. Your responsibilities will include: Assisting in safety inspections Maintaining safety documentation Supporting with safety training programs Identifying and reporting hazards Participating in safety meetings Contributing to emergency response planning Conducting safety audits Overseeing personal protective equipment use Assisting in incident investigations Ensuring regulatory compliance Facilitating communication on safety matters To be successful in this type of role Certificate IV/Equivalent in WHS or higher First Aid & CPR training Certificate. Minimum 1 years working in a similar role within the construction industry. Must be an excellent communicator and able to build rapport with all key stakeholders. Be able to carry out meetings and presentations with both your team and the client. Excellent administration and computer systems. Demonstrate a real passion for safety. How to Apply: Send your CV to Sophia.chastellacrworld.com alternatively feel free to call me for a chat on 0405 849 519 • Fri, 02 FebACRWORLD
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Quality Administrator » Fortitude Valley, QLD - more. What’s on offer? We wish to complement our existing team with an experienced Quality Administrator for our Water Infrastructure Projects... implementation of the Project Quality Plan Monitor, inspect and audit quality systems to ensure compliance with IMS... • Fri, 02 FebFulton Hogan
Clubs & Societies Administrator » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job No: USU1624 Location: Camperdown, Sydney, NSW Opportunity to get paid for your Clubs and Societies knowledge Exciting opportunity to work with a dynamic team Opportunity to expand your administration skills Work at the prestigious University of Sydney Campus ABOUT THE ROLE The Clubs and Societies (C&S) Administrator is a valued member of the Student Programs team and works with various internal and external stakeholders to deliver dynamic programs aimed at improving the student experience on campus. The Student Programs team is the heart of campus life at the University of Sydney and this role manages the day-to-day activity of the USU’s largest program – Clubs and Societies. This role is responsible for administration processes and customer service of our Clubs & Societies, working closely with student club executives to support them in facilitating activities and events which provide a safe and connected student experience. With over 250 Clubs, it is crucial that all internal systems are managed and updated accordingly to ensure efficiency across all platforms. WHO WE ARE The University of Sydney Union (USU) provides key programs, events, services and facilities that enhance campus life for the many thousands who join and interact with us. We are a membership-based organisation offering a range of benefits, discounts, opportunities and resources. The USU’s vision is to provide the best university experience in Australia and our mission is to be the heart of uni life. ABOUT THE PROGRAMS TEAM Student Programs covers areas of events, volunteering, international programs and the clubs and societies program. We are a dynamic team whose focus is to ensure the best possible experience for students and USU Members. Events and programs created by the USU Programs team attract around 30,000 students each year. We believe in working hard and having fun at the same time. WHAT YOU WILL DO First point of contact for club enquiries Accept and check club registration documents Check financial reviews and give feedback Advise clubs on C&S policies/regulations Coordinate room bookings Data management across internal software Assist C&S Manager where required Ad-hoc admin tasks This role would be ideal for someone looking to work in a youthful and vibrant environment with the goal to further develop their customer service, administration, and clerical skills. Suitably qualified and experienced candidates must provide a resume and a cover letter that addresses the selection criteria item listed below: ESSENTIAL CRITERIA Relevant tertiary qualification and/or experience Demonstrated experience working in a youth program Excellent customer service skills (face to face, telephone & written) with demonstrated ability to resolve customer issues and find solutions Excellent organisational skills with the ability to plan ahead Demonstrated administration skills with experience working on database, customer relationship and customer service platforms and systems. Demonstrated knowledge and skills in computer-based administrative systems, particularly Microsoft and google suite of applications Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and as a member of a team Ability to work with a diverse range of people from differing backgrounds Proven ability to work with deadlines & under pressure with the ability to juggle competing priorities General understanding of University environment DESIRABLE CRITERIA Demonstrated knowledge of the University of Sydney, The University of Sydney Union and its activities An understanding of implementing compliance and working within a regulative environment Understanding of USU Clubs & Societies Program Experience in working in a not-for-profit organisation A current NSW provisional or above Driver’s License A valid Working with Children Check HOURS OF WORK 35 hours per week, may include some weekends and nights as dictated by business requirements. BENEFITS An $11 meal card per day worked 17.5% Annual Leave Loading A complimentary USU Membership giving discounts on and off campus (valued at $45 per year) Generous paid leave entitlements including 4 additional paid leave days per year Ongoing paid training and development. IDEAL START DATE Monday, 19 February 2024 HOW TO APPLY The Health and Safety of our community is extremely important to us and so we ask that applicants are double vaccinated with a recognised COVID-19 vaccination and can show us their COVID-19 digital certificate or a medical contraindication exemption certificate. You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job. Please read the position description here carefully to assess your eligibility and suitability for the position before applying Complete our online application form below with your resume and cover letter (with contact details of at least two references you reported directly to) that address our essential and desirable criteria above. PLEASE NOTE: Once you have commenced your application you cannot save and continue at a later stage. ABOUT THE USU The USU (University of Sydney Union) ) ) is a not-for-profit organisation, whose purpose is to be the heart of campus life and we have been doing that since 1874. Led by a student board elected by our members, the USU provides events on campus such as WelcomeFest, festivals, events and parties. We also run an amazing array of programs, including an active volunteering program and a Language Exchange Program, to name a few. We support over 200 Clubs and Societies as well as operate bars, food and retail outlets across campus, providing great coffee, fresh affordable food, graduation gown hire and official USYD merchandise. Our Values | Strategic Plan We are committed to promoting a workplace of equal opportunities. We promote healthy living and aims to protect the health and safety of staff, members and visitors to the University by providing a Smoke-Free Workplace. We do not accept unsolicited agency applications. Due to the volume of applications received, shortlisted applicants will be contacted within approximately 4 weeks of the role’s closing date (or 4 weeks from the date of application if there is no specified closing date). Apply Now Apply with Allows you to pre-fill the application using your SEEK profile information and resumé • Fri, 02 FebUniversity of Sydney Union
Clubs & Societies Administrator » Camperdown, Marrickville Area - Opportunity to get paid for your Clubs and Societies knowledgeExciting opportunity to work with a dynamic teamOpportunity to expand your administration skillsWork at the prestigious University of Sydney Campus ABOUT THE ROLEThe Clubs and Societies (C&S) Administrator is a valued member of the Student Programs team and works with various internal and external stakeholders to deliver dynamic programs aimed at improving the student experience on campus.The Student Programs team is the heart of campus life at the University of Sydney and this role manages the day-to-day activity of the USU’s largest program – Clubs and Societies.This role is responsible for administration processes and customer service of our Clubs & Societies, working closely with student club executives to support them in facilitating activities and events which provide a safe and connected student experience.With over 250 Clubs, it is crucial that all internal systems are managed and updated accordingly to ensure efficiency across all platforms. WHO WE AREThe University of Sydney Union (USU) provides key programs, events, services and facilities that enhance campus life for the many thousands who join and interact with us.We are a membership-based organisation offering a range of benefits, discounts, opportunities and resources.The USU’s vision is to provide the best university experience in Australia and our mission is to be the heart of uni life. ABOUT THE PROGRAMS TEAMStudent Programs covers areas of events, volunteering, international programs and the clubs and societies program. We are a dynamic team whose focus is to ensure the best possible experience for students and USU Members. Events and programs created by the USU Programs team attract around 30,000 students each year.We believe in working hard and having fun at the same time. WHAT YOU WILL DOFirst point of contact for club enquiriesAccept and check club registration documentsCheck financial reviews and give feedbackAdvise clubs on C&S policies/regulationsCoordinate room bookingsData management across internal softwareAssist C&S Manager where requiredAd-hoc admin tasksThis role would be ideal for someone looking to work in a youthful and vibrant environment with the goal to further develop their customer service, administration, and clerical skills. Suitably qualified and experienced candidates must provide a resume and a cover letter that addresses the selection criteria item listed below: ESSENTIAL CRITERIARelevant tertiary qualification and/or experienceDemonstrated experience working in a youth programExcellent customer service skills (face to face, telephone & written) with demonstrated ability to resolve customer issues and find solutionsExcellent organisational skills with the ability to plan aheadDemonstrated administration skills with experience working on database, customer relationship and customer service platforms and systems.Demonstrated knowledge and skills in computer-based administrative systems, particularly Microsoft and google suite of applicationsDemonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skillsDemonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and as a member of a teamAbility to work with a diverse range of people from differing backgroundsProven ability to work with deadlines & under pressure with the ability to juggle competing prioritiesGeneral understanding of University environment DESIRABLE CRITERIADemonstrated knowledge of the University of Sydney, The University of Sydney Union and its activitiesAn understanding of implementing compliance and working within a regulative environmentUnderstanding of USU Clubs & Societies ProgramExperience in working in a not-for-profit organisationA current NSW provisional or above Driver’s LicenseA valid Working with Children Check HOURS OF WORK35 hours per week, may include some weekends and nights as dictated by business requirements. BENEFITSAn $11 meal card per day worked17.5% Annual Leave LoadingA complimentary ACCESS rewards membership giving discounts on and off campus (valued at $45 per year)Generous paid leave entitlements including 4 additional paid leave days per yearOngoing paid training and development. IDEAL START DATEMonday, 19 February 2024 • Fri, 02 FebUniversity of Sydney Union
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Role Responsibilities: Lead the analysis and documentation of data risks and privacy across Canva's data ecosystem for various data risks and privacy programs on the business/legal requirements, risks and impact analysis together with data flow and system architecture where applicable/needed. Critically analyse the current state of data privacy risks and identify opportunities for improvement, articulating those through clearly documented artefacts. Contribute to the monitoring of data privacy compliance controls. Provide technical expertise and raise awareness of privacy risks to all various business/stakeholders to enable them to reduce risk and build more privacy-compliant solutions. Contribute to the annual and seasonal processes of goal setting and work with functional leaders and product managers to maintain a strong roadmap to uplift our data privacy management practices. Maintain key artefacts that support data risks and privacy practices and delivery across Canva. Build/improve platform, tools and processes to keep information up to date and support data risks and privacy needs. Work and align with organisational/initiatives' leads, updating key policies and processes to ensure the continued improvement of data risks and privacy. Work and align with internal and external stakeholders including engineers working on elements of the data ecosystem maintaining consistent and continuous effective communication to ensure alignment and delivery of outcomes. Required Experience: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration, or related field. Proven track record in implementing data privacy and risk management practices within complex organisational structures. Proficiency in documenting business requirements, including use cases and user stories, to align with organisational objectives. Strong understanding of data privacy regulations and frameworks such as GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA. Exceptional communication and influencing skills, with the ability to convey technical concepts in clear and concise business language. Demonstrated expertise in conducting business workshops to identify areas for process improvement and enhance operational efficiency. Familiarity with risk management frameworks and their application in categorising and prioritising data privacy risks within an organisation. What's in it for you? Achieving our crazy big goals motivates us to work hard - and we do - but you'll experience lots of moments of magic, connectivity and fun woven throughout life at Canva, too. We also offer a stack of benefits to set you up for every success in and outside of work. Here's a taste of what's on offer: Equity packages - we want our success to be yours too Inclusive parental leave policy that supports all parents & carers An annual Vibe & Thrive allowance to support your wellbeing, social connection, office setup & more Flexible leave options that empower you to be a force for good, take time to recharge and supports you personally Check out lifeatcanva.com for more info. Other stuff to know We make hiring decisions based on your experience, skills and passion, as well as how you can enhance Canva and our culture. When you apply, please tell us the pronouns you use and any reasonable adjustments you may need during the interview process. Please note that interviews are conducted virtually. Qualifications Additional Information • Thu, 01 FebCanva
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Role Responsibilities: Lead the analysis and documentation of data risks and privacy across Canva’s data ecosystem for various data risks and privacy programs on the business/legal requirements, risks and impact analysis together with data flow and system architecture where applicable/needed. Critically analyse the current state of data privacy risks and identify opportunities for improvement, articulating those through clearly documented artefacts. Contribute to the monitoring of data privacy compliance controls. Provide technical expertise and raise awareness of privacy risks to all various business/stakeholders to enable them to reduce risk and build more privacy-compliant solutions. Contribute to the annual and seasonal processes of goal setting and work with functional leaders and product managers to maintain a strong roadmap to uplift our data privacy management practices. Maintain key artefacts that support data risks and privacy practices and delivery across Canva. Build/improve platform, tools and processes to keep information up to date and support data risks and privacy needs. Work and align with organisational/initiatives’ leads, updating key policies and processes to ensure the continued improvement of data risks and privacy. Work and align with internal and external stakeholders including engineers working on elements of the data ecosystem maintaining consistent and continuous effective communication to ensure alignment and delivery of outcomes. Required Experience: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration, or related field. Proven track record in implementing data privacy and risk management practices within complex organisational structures. Proficiency in documenting business requirements, including use cases and user stories, to align with organisational objectives. Strong understanding of data privacy regulations and frameworks such as GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA. Exceptional communication and influencing skills, with the ability to convey technical concepts in clear and concise business language. Demonstrated expertise in conducting business workshops to identify areas for process improvement and enhance operational efficiency. Familiarity with risk management frameworks and their application in categorising and prioritising data privacy risks within an organisation. What's in it for you? Achieving our crazy big goals motivates us to work hard - and we do - but you'll experience lots of moments of magic, connectivity and fun woven throughout life at Canva, too. We also offer a stack of benefits to set you up for every success in and outside of work. Here's a taste of what's on offer: -Equity packages - we want our success to be yours too Inclusive parental leave policy that supports all parents & carers -An annual Vibe & Thrive allowance to support your wellbeing, social connection, office setup & more -Flexible leave options that empower you to be a force for good, take time to recharge and supports you personally Check out lifeatcanva.com for more info. Other stuff to know We make hiring decisions based on your experience, skills and passion, as well as how you can enhance Canva and our culture. When you apply, please tell us the pronouns you use and any reasonable adjustments you may need during the interview process. Please note that interviews are conducted virtually. • Wed, 31 JanCanva

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