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P&C Business Partner » Australia - Join the change. Together, we'll make history. As we keep the lights on for over four million customers and move towards a more sustainable way of life, it's an exciting time to be at AGL. We're re-imagining how homes and business live and work across the country and we want you to be a part of it. This moment will define our time, and your career as you work alongside Australia's best and brightest minds. You'll grow and learn in a collaborative, safe and supportive environment and play your part in changing the course of tomorrow. Everyone at AGL is an important part of building a better energy future and we want you to join in. About the role Are you a generalist HR professional ready to make a real impact? Due to an internal secondment, AGL is on the hunt for an experienced P&C Business Partner for 12months to design and deliver people solutions that drive our business goals at site. Based at AGL Loy Yang in the Gippsland region, you will support business strategies and goals through innovative people solutions and strategic business partnering as we move through the energy transition. This role is open to candidates seeking full time or part time (4 days a week). What you'll be doing Collaborate and Partner with BU Leadership, coaching and mentoring on people and culture matters. Drive change, enhance leadership capabilities, and curate a culture aligned with AGL's values. Manage talent activities, performance reviews, employee engagement, and action planning. Develop and execute workforce plans in line with business and people strategies. Maintain deep knowledge of business interdependencies to manage change. Lead people change initiatives and support leaders through transition projects. Manage industrial grievances to minimise business risk. Build strong relationships with union and industry representatives. About you What you'll bring to the table Demonstrated experience in P&C Business Partnering roles in large/diverse businesses. Proven track record in managing complex ER/IR matters. Exceptional stakeholder management and relationship-building skills as a trusted advisor. Adaptive thinker and problem solver. Passionate about personal development and growth of the P&C community. Tertiary qualification in HR or related discipline. We'd love to see your application by COB Sunday 23 June 2024. At AGL, we offer a wide range of benefits including: Flexible working options. Discounts on energy, telcos and solar plans. Participate in Energise - our reward & recognition program. Play an active role in our diversity & inclusion initiatives. Novated leasing and Electric Vehicle subscriptions. Access to study assistance, AGL's share purchase plan and insurance deals. Benefits may change over time and vary based on location. Inclusion at AGL At AGL, we value diversity and welcome applicants from various backgrounds, including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, individuals with disabilities, culturally diverse individuals, and members of the LGBTQ community. AGL is dedicated to maintaining a diverse workforce and encourages applicants to share their lived experiences. We offer reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process and respect the privacy of those who choose not to disclose. To learn more visit: www.agl.com.au/careers AGL is a Circle Back Initiative employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. Location: Traralgon VIC 3844 Job Family Group: Human Resources • Mon, 10 JunAGL Energy
C-17 - Program Coordinator » Australia - At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We're committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. Location: RAAF Base Amberley Category: Business Support Position Type: Permanent Job Reference: BOE/1799132B No File Attached Share This: About the Enterprise The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) operates eight C-17A Globemasters. As the primary heavy lift capability for the Australian Defence Force, they are called upon 24/7, 365 days a year for operations both domestically and abroad. Boeing Defence Australia supports the RAAF in its mission across a multitude of disciplines, and is relied upon to deliver outstanding sustainment support across three separate contracts. About the organisation At the Australian Sustainment Support Program, diversity, inclusivity, and collaboration are central to our Program's core values. Our interactions are shaped by the Program's cultural expectations and our team proactively demonstrates Seek, Speak & Listen - Boeing's expected behaviours. As a long-standing team, the Program celebrates and respects the diversity within our group, fostering an inclusive environment where we believe that our excellence starts with our culture. The opportunity The C-17A Australian Sustainment Services Program is looking for a Program Coordinator, who will directly reports to the Program Manager and is responsible for overall program coordination and administration tasks. This includes general administrative tasking, establishing Program governance meetings, support to Program leadership with administration of various business management tools, employee on-boarding management and data access control. This role will suit an energetic administrator, who has good attention to detail and enjoys interacting with others. In this role you will: Establish and set Program meeting cadence, recording meeting minutes and establish actions for follow-up Participate in governance boards including risk management, change management and Program performance reviews Administration of purchasing, global trade control data access, travel bookings and other general tasking Coordinate and administrate Contract Performance reports To be considered for the role you will have: Experience working within a service delivery organisation, preferably within a technical industry. Demonstrated experience with office administration tasks, business meeting secretariat skills and in supporting roles to program leadership teams. Effective communication and interpersonal skills, with a demonstrated ability to engage, influence and negotiate with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Proficiency with the use of the standard suite of Microsoft Office tools Ability to attain an NV1 clearance Preferred but not essential: Experience with administration and coordination in Defence projects. Experience in an ASDEFCON contract environment. Demonstrable understanding of core sustainment principles e.g. change management, baseline management, risk management Experience with Jira and Confluence Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements. BDA works with strong links with our global Boeing community and we strongly encourage collaboration with our international counterparts. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and veterans are encouraged to apply. If you are ready to join an innovative and exciting Program and would like to register your interest in working for the C-17A Australian Sustainment Support Program, please click Apply Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not accept unlawful discrimination in our recruitment or employment practices on any grounds including but not limited to; race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military and veteran status, or other characteristics covered by applicable law. We have teams in more than 65 countries, and each person plays a role in helping us become one of the world's most innovative, diverse and inclusive companies. We are proud members of the Valuable 500 and welcome applications from candidates with disabilities. Applicants are encouraged to share with our recruitment team any accommodations required during the recruitment process. Accommodations may include but are not limited to: conducting interviews in accessible locations that accommodate mobility needs, encouraging candidates to bring and use any existing assistive technology such as screen readers and offering flexible interview formats such as virtual or phone interviews. Read more Shows the full job description for sighted users Apply Now Save JobRemove Job • Mon, 10 JunBoeing
Construction Worker Band C Supervisor » Hervey Bay Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Construction & Architecture Classification CW10 - CW14 Workplace Location Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/569633/24 Closing date 27-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Tyson Taylor Contact details Phone: 0409 905 900 Access the National Relay Service In the role of Supervisor Road Construction / Maintenance, you will supervise the delivery of civil infrastructure projects throughout all phases of the project cycle to ensure construction and maintenance services meet client and business objectives. You will assist in the effective supervision and utilisation of resources to achieve project outcomes and provide leadership in the implementation of change initiatives at the project level. You will also develop and maintain strong relationships with customers, stakeholders and the project team. Accountabilities include: Assist in the management of projects through all phases of the project cycle to ensure construction and maintenance services meet both client and business objectives. Liaise and communicate with client, stakeholder and project team to assist in the successful delivery of project outcomes. Provide leadership, direction, support and coaching to project teams, including trainees and apprentices to achieve project goals and skills development. Assist in the implementation of project plans. Liaise with the relevant Project Manager to ensure labour, plant and equipment availability meets project delivery demands and allows continuity of the project work schedule. Provide advice on production rates to members of the estimation team to enable them to prepare tenders in a competitive market. Mandatory qualifications and conditions The recommended applicant will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical as part of our selection process for this role. Applicants must possess a current, valid Queensland "C" class driver's licence or equivalent. You may be required to travel to other locations to undertake activities for varying periods of time. You will be entitled to expenses and allowances for such travel. Possession of a Certificate III in Civil Construction applicable to modern transport infrastructure projects, plus core Leadership and Management competencies, is required. Alternatively, applicants must have the ability to acquire these competencies within 18 months. RoadTek civil tradespersons are predominately employed in Asset Management business units located around the state, but at times may be asked to perform work in other business units on a temporary or permanent basis depending on business needs. In order to maintain commercial viability, construction workers when rotating between business units, will be required to implement flexible working arrangements consistent with the arrangements in the current Industrial Instruments which covers mobility and site-specific arrangements. RoadTek tradespersons will be expected to gain and maintain competencies that are consistent with business needs (mainly mobility between business units), through participation in the Civil Trades Development Program (CTDP). Additional competencies are classified into categories of work or safety which may be mandatory for some employees due to legislation requirements, and RoadTek supports employees undertaking formal training requiring an established level of numeracy and literacy skills. Participation in Civil Trades Development Program (CTDP) is mandatory. Why work for RoadTek? Flexible working options 17.5% Leave loading and generous leave entitlements 12.5% Employer superannuation contribution Professional training and career development opportunities Health monitoring and employee assistance programs If this sound like you, apply now To find out more about the role and who to contact, please refer to the role description attached to this job ad. Applications will remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/569633/24 Closing Date: Thursday, 27 June 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. applicant-guide (PDF, 306KB) 569633 24 Role Description (Word, 510KB) Role Description • Mon, 10 JunQueensland Government
Senior Software Developer » Adelaide, SA - : Knowledge of programming languages, tools and standards such as .NET, C#, XML, JSON, HTML, JavaScript, SQL, SharePoint... and infrastructure problems. Experience developing C# .NET REST API solutions & C# .NET core console applications. Exercise good... • Sun, 09 JunGovernment of South Australia

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Commissioning & Qualification (C&Q) Engineer » Australia - Your Role The Process Engineering function at CSL Behring is recruiting multiple roles within our Commissioning & Qualification (C&Q) team, these are permanent positions at our Broadmeadows site. You will apply fundamental engineering knowledge for the design and implementation of new process technology as part of our high priority expansion projects. You will work with a broad range of local and global counterparts and functions as diverse as Manufacturing, Project Delivery, Quality, and Regulatory Affairs alongside and as a pivotal representative of the Process Engineering (PE) organisation Your Responsibilities Reporting to the Commissioning & Qualification (C&Q) Lead you will: Execute risk based qualification in compliance with company standards and regulatory guidelines Commissioning and qualify systems (equipment, utilities, facilities, and processes) used to manufacture products in a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) environment Develop documentation for qualification/verification procedures and technical reports Prepare Project/Qualification plans, protocols and reports on completed studies Support the creation of required master plans, standard operating procedures and work instructions ensuring these meet CSL global and site-specific procedures and regulatory requirements Work along side validation contractors and project teams to achieve project deliverables Your Experience Engineering degree (Pharmaceutical, Mechanical or Chemical) or equivalent in engineering, or related field Experience within a Commissioning and Qualification/Project function in pharmaceutical manufacturing or another regulated manufacturing industry Functional knowledge of cGMPs and manufacturing operations in FDA regulated facility would be an advantage Experience using strong verbal and written communication skills to present to a range of audiences at all levels within an organisation Excellent time management skills, with the flexibility to manage changing priorities and multiple tasks Knowledge of industry guidance documents and standards, with a good understanding of validation and qualification principles To apply, submit your CV no later than Monday 24th June 2024. Our Benefits We encourage you to make your well-being a priority. It's important and so are you. Learn more about how we care at CSL. About CSL Behring CSL Behring is a global leader in developing and delivering high-quality medicines that treat people with rare and serious diseases. Our treatments offer promise for people in more than 100 countries living with conditions in the immunology, hematology, cardiovascular and metabolic, respiratory, and transplant therapeutic areas. Learn more about CSL Behring. We want CSL to reflect the world around us As a global organisation with employees in 35 countries, CSL embraces diversity and inclusion. Learn more about Diversity & Inclusion at CSL. Do work that matters at CSL Behring • Sun, 09 JunCSL Behring LTD
Software Developer (.NET) » Fortitude Valley, QLD - Developer (.NET) you will be responsible for the design, implementation and testing of our core systems and positively... and supporting highly coherent, secure and testable .NET code; Implementing automated tests (unit, integration etc); Actively... • Sat, 08 JunGlobal Payments
C-17 - Program Coordinator » Australia - About the Enterprise The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) operates eight C-17A Globemasters. As the primary heavy lift capability for the Australian Defence Force, they are called upon 24/7, 365 days a year for operations both domestically and abroad. Boeing Defence Australia supports the RAAF in its mission across a multitude of disciplines, and is relied upon to deliver outstanding sustainment support across three separate contracts. About the organisation At the Australian Sustainment Support Program, diversity, inclusivity, and collaboration are central to our Program's core values. Our interactions are shaped by the Program's cultural expectations and our team proactively demonstrates Seek, Speak & Listen - Boeing's expected behaviours. As a long-standing team, the Program celebrates and respects the diversity within our group, fostering an inclusive environment where we believe that our excellence starts with our culture. The opportunity The C-17A Australian Sustainment Services Program is looking for a Program Coordinator, who will directly reports to the Program Manager and is responsible for overall program coordination and administration tasks. This includes general administrative tasking, establishing Program governance meetings, support to Program leadership with administration of various business management tools, employee on-boarding management and data access control. This role will suit an energetic administrator, who has good attention to detail and enjoys interacting with others. In this role you will: Establish and set Program meeting cadence, recording meeting minutes and establish actions for follow-up Participate in governance boards including risk management, change management and Program performance reviews Administration of purchasing, global trade control data access, travel bookings and other general tasking Coordinate and administrate Contract Performance reports To be considered for the role you will have: Experience working within a service delivery organisation, preferably within a technical industry. Demonstrated experience with office administration tasks, business meeting secretariat skills and in supporting roles to program leadership teams. Effective communication and interpersonal skills, with a demonstrated ability to engage, influence and negotiate with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Proficiency with the use of the standard suite of Microsoft Office tools Ability to attain an NV1 clearance Preferred but not essential: Experience with administration and coordination in Defence projects. Experience in an ASDEFCON contract environment. Demonstrable understanding of core sustainment principles e.g. change management, baseline management, risk management Experience with Jira and Confluence Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements. BDA works with strong links with our global Boeing community and we strongly encourage collaboration with our international counterparts. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and veterans are encouraged to apply. If you are ready to join an innovative and exciting Program and would like to register your interest in working for the C-17A Australian Sustainment Support Program, please click Apply • Sat, 08 JunBoeing RIV Site
Senior/Lead .NET Technical Consultant » Melbourne, VIC - , minimum 5 years as a Software Developer. Predominantly, but not limited to:- C#.NET MVC Web APIs (building and consuming... are not going to be considered .NET Developer / IT Developer / IT Development / Software Development / Consulting Click... • Fri, 07 JunMorgan Consulting$100000 - 150000 per year
Senior .NET Developer » Gold Coast, QLD - Job Description: Hiring Senior .NET Developer Employment Status: Full-time Employment Vacancy: 01... as a dedicated HR partner for our clients, is on the hunt for a Senior .NET Developer with a high level of motivation and experience... • Fri, 07 JunRemote Office
Senior .NET / C# Developer » Sydney, NSW - Who We Are Looking For: Already possessing many years of C# / .NET Development experience, this role will push... you to utilise your existing C# / .NET skills and apply them to the design, development and implementation of new complex systems... • Fri, 07 JunDWS
Software Developer | .NET, Azure » Sydney, NSW - : Develop and maintain solutions using .NET, C#, PHP, and Python. Automate processes and troubleshoot with Postman and scripts.... Requirements: 5+ years in software development with C# .NET. Some experience/knowledge with 1 other backend language... • Fri, 07 JunCoTalent
Construction Worker Band C Supervisor » Hervey Bay Region, Queensland - In the role of Supervisor Road Construction / Maintenance, you will supervise the delivery of civil infrastructure projects throughout all phases of the project cycle to ensure construction and maintenance services meet client and business objectives. You will assist in the effective supervision and utilisation of resources to achieve project outcomes and provide leadership in the implementation of change initiatives at the project level. You will also develop and maintain strong relationships with customers, stakeholders and the project team. Accountabilities include:- Assist in the management of projects through all phases of the project cycle to ensure construction and maintenance services meet both client and business objectives.- Liaise and communicate with client, stakeholder and project team to assist in the successful delivery of project outcomes.- Provide leadership, direction, support and coaching to project teams, including trainees and apprentices to achieve project goals and skills development.- Assist in the implementation of project plans.- Liaise with the relevant Project Manager to ensure labour, plant and equipment availability meets project delivery demands and allows continuity of the project work schedule.- Provide advice on production rates to members of the estimation team to enable them to prepare tenders in a competitive market. Mandatory qualifications and conditions- The recommended applicant will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical as part of our selection process for this role.- Applicants must possess a current, valid Queensland "C" class driver's licence or equivalent.- You may be required to travel to other locations to undertake activities for varying periods of time. You will be entitled to expenses and allowances for such travel.- Possession of a Certificate III in Civil Construction applicable to modern transport infrastructure projects, plus core Leadership and Management competencies, is required. Alternatively, applicants must have the ability to acquire these competencies within 18 months.- RoadTek civil tradespersons are predominately employed in Asset Management business units located around the state, but at times may be asked to perform work in other business units on a temporary or permanent basis depending on business needs. In order to maintain commercial viability, construction workers when rotating between business units, will be required to implement flexible working arrangements consistent with the arrangements in the current Industrial Instruments which covers mobility and site-specific arrangements.- RoadTek tradespersons will be expected to gain and maintain competencies that are consistent with business needs (mainly mobility between business units), through participation in the Civil Trades Development Program (CTDP). Additional competencies are classified into categories of work or safety which may be mandatory for some employees due to legislation requirements, and RoadTek supports employees undertaking formal training requiring an established level of numeracy and literacy skills.- Participation in Civil Trades Development Program (CTDP) is mandatory. Why work for RoadTek?- Flexible working options- 17.5% Leave loading and generous leave entitlements- 12.5% Employer superannuation contribution- Professional training and career development opportunities- Health monitoring and employee assistance programs If this sound like you, apply now To find out more about the role and who to contact, please refer to the role description attached to this job ad. Applications will remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/569633/24 Closing Date: Thursday, 27 June 2024 • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
P&C Manager » Pallara, Brisbane - People & Culture (P&C) Manager Join a large and experienced P&C Team of over 50 individuals 2-year max term contract, based in Acacia Ridge, Hybrid working option Values based organisation About us Pacific National (PN) is the largest private provider of diversified rail freight services in Australia. We haul a variety of freight including coal, intermodal containers, steel, and a range of bulk commodities and materials that keep the region's economy, businesses and households running. We are a company built on solid foundations and we are incredibly proud of the essential role we continue to play supporting Australia's supply chain. At Pacific National, we take great pride in delivering our best every day and have a relentless focus on customer service and place safety above all else. We operate nationally with approximately 3,500 staff in over 90 sites across Australia. We respect and care for the communities in which we operate and continue to evolve our community engagement and strengthen relationships through partnerships and investment. We are focused on reducing the carbon emissions of our business, while also enabling the reduction of carbon emissions in the broader supply chain to support the National targets. About the role At Pacific National we deliver what matters - for our people, our customers, and our shareholders. We are a connected network powered by people, moving essential services across the length and breadth of Australia. Reporting to the Senior People and Culture Manager, the P&C Manager takes up the role of functional expert and business leader. Partners with the business, business leaders and the wider People & Culture team to create a high-performance culture where employees are engaged and aligned to the Pacific National (PN) strategy. The role focus is responsible for partnering with the business leaders to delivery best practise people solutions, providing guidance on industrial/employee relations issues, driving change, supporting building people capability, performance management, workforce engagement and culture. This role is a real opportunity to work as a key member of an experienced P&C team of over 50 individuals to support a vast, geographically dispersed business. Key responsibilities include: Provide coaching, guidance, and support to leaders in executing business strategic objectives. Provides accurate and timely advice to business stakeholders on all ER/IR matters including risk rating and risk mitigation strategies and assists the business with implementation. ·Efficiently manages disputes, grievances, union relationship issues as well as FWA matters with support from the Senior Manager P&C and/or legal team as required. Develops position descriptions and completes job evaluations, making recommendations to business stakeholders on remuneration level and role classification. Support organisational succession planning processes, leveraging talent reviews and Talent initiatives to identify talent risks and opportunities. Drives employee engagement initiatives and partners with business leadership to drive cultural change. Support the negotiations of two state-based enterprise agreements. About you As an experienced Human Resources / P&C Manager with relevant work experience within an industrial/blue collar environment, you will have highly developed interpersonal skills, with the proven ability to build and maintain effective relationships and communicate with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. Candidates will possess the following skills, experience, and attributes: Prior experience in infrastructures of logistics industries beneficial. Experience in managing multiple tasks within a fast paced, multi focused work environment. Superior interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills. Strong analytical and reporting skills. Acts with discretion and demonstrates the highest levels of integrity and confidentiality. Demonstrated ability to build effective and trusting business relationships. The benefits At Pacific National we value diversity, inclusion, and the contribution of each team member. Our values underpin our commitment to create an inclusive culture where everyone is accepted and valued for who they are, enabling everyone to bring their authentic selves to work. When you join the Pacific National team, you'll be encouraged to take ownership of your career and we'll be there to support you with a range of exciting initiatives including: Industry leading programs focussed on your growth and career development Paid parental leave up to 14 weeks, with superannuation - after only 6 months service Parental benefits for birth, surrogacy, adoption, foster care, and kinship care Opportunity to purchase additional annual leave Flexible working arrangements (subject to business needs) A focus on your mental health and wellbeing through our PeerConnect program Access to our Employee Assistance Program, administered by Benestar, offering confidential counselling services for employees and their eligible family members, paid for by us at no cost to you Access to Unmind, a digital platform that gives you access to tools, training and exercises that will support your mental wellbeing Discounted fitness and wellbeing benefits with membership to WhereFit, our wellbeing benefits partner Novated leasing and discounts on selected health insurance funds, travel, retail brands, vehicles and more We are proud to be a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for women, and you can visit our Work180 page Pacific National | WORK180 Endorsed Employer to find out more including a list of all of our benefits and policies. We are seeking applicants who share our values: Make it simple, Share More, Kindness, Gratitude, Curiosity, and Own it. These values help us achieve strong connections with everyone we work with and play an important part in motivating us all to do our best work. Do you need reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process? If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please outline at the time of your application. Closing date Applications close on the 16th of June 2024. Next steps Are you ready to be part of our future? To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button below and follow the prompts. To find out more about Pacific National, our benefits and opportunities we offer, visit our careers page: www.pacificnational.com.au/careers http://www.pacificnational.com.au/careers Acknowledgement of Country We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work, live and rail. We pay respect to Elders past, present, and future and to the continuation of cultural, spiritual, and educational practices of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. • Fri, 07 JunPacific National
Senior .NET Developer » Sydney, NSW - About the role A Full Stack .Net Developer thus plays a critical role in building robust, scalable, and high... crafting and implementing systems within the Microsoft .Net framework using C#. Skilled in developing user interfaces... • Thu, 06 JunPaxus$140000 - 150000 per year
Senior .NET Developer (Full-Stack)(PX93/24) » Cockburn, WA - (.NET, C#, IIS, MSSQL, MVC) and with Javascript, JQuery, CSS3, HTML5, SASS & SQL. Demonstrated experience working with data... • Thu, 06 JunCity of Cockburn$112495 - 119177 per year
CRM Developer » Canberra, ACT - . Candidates must demonstrate experience and in-depth knowledge in the following technologies: .NET and C#, Web Services, API, REST...The CRM Developer will work closely with Senior CRM developer and other solution developers and testers across multi... • Wed, 05 JunPeoplebank
Net Developer for a period 5 months HR Systems » Darwin, NT - ) Location: Onsite - Darwin The application is a bespoke .Net SQL system developed and supported by NTG. The role... and version control. Requirements C# programming Aurelia framework SQL knowledge Mid-range operating environments... • Wed, 05 Jun
MSCRM Javascript .NET C# Developer/ Analyst » Sydney, NSW - is to provide effective support across our customers application portfolio focusing on D365 CE Javascript .Net C# (MS Dynamics...Our client a leader in aged care/ healthcare industry is seeking a Senior 360 Developer. The purpose of this role... • Wed, 05 JunDynamo Recruitment
Senior Developer (Full Stack) » Brisbane, QLD - , Visual Code, Angular UI, React, Typescript, Entity Framework Core, SQL, PL/SQL, T-SQL, Javascript, C#, ASP.NET, Java, XML...As the Principal Applications Developer, you will lead the development of integration tools for DSS applications and BI... • Tue, 04 JunHudson
API Integration Developer » Homebush West, NSW - About you As an experienced API Developer, you will have proven experience developing end to end features across Microsoft .NET and Azure.... You will also have: Experience working with Microsoft .NET (C#) and development of RESTful Web APIs Experience with API Management systems... • Tue, 04 JunHarvey Norman
P&C Manager » Pallara, Brisbane - People & Culture (P&C) Manager Join a large and experienced P&C Team of over 50 individuals 2-year max term contract, based in Acacia Ridge, Hybrid working option Values based organisation About us Pacific National (PN) is the largest private provider of diversified rail freight services in Australia. We haul a variety of freight including coal, intermodal containers, steel, and a range of bulk commodities and materials that keep the region’s economy, businesses and households running. We are a company built on solid foundations and we are incredibly proud of the essential role we continue to play supporting Australia’s supply chain. At Pacific National, we take great pride in delivering our best every day and have a relentless focus on customer service and place safety above all else . We operate nationally with approximately 3,500 staff in over 90 sites across Australia. We respect and care for the communities in which we operate and continue to evolve our community engagement and strengthen relationships through partnerships and investment. We are focused on reducing the carbon emissions of our business, while also enabling the reduction of carbon emissions in the broader supply chain to support the National targets. About the role At Pacific National we deliver what matters – for our people, our customers, and our shareholders. We are a connected network powered by people, moving essential services across the length and breadth of Australia. Reporting to the Senior People and Culture Manager, the P&C Manager takes up the role of functional expert and business leader. Partners with the business, business leaders and the wider People & Culture team to create a high-performance culture where employees are engaged and aligned to the Pacific National (PN) strategy. The role focus is responsible for partnering with the business leaders to delivery best practise people solutions, providing guidance on industrial/employee relations issues, driving change, supporting building people capability, performance management, workforce engagement and culture. This role is a real opportunity to work as a key member of an experienced P&C team of over 50 individuals to support a vast, geographically dispersed business. Key responsibilities include: Provide coaching, guidance, and support to leaders in executing business strategic objectives. Provides accurate and timely advice to business stakeholders on all ER/IR matters including risk rating and risk mitigation strategies and assists the business with implementation. ·Efficiently manages disputes, grievances, union relationship issues as well as FWA matters with support from the Senior Manager P&C and/or legal team as required. Develops position descriptions and completes job evaluations, making recommendations to business stakeholders on remuneration level and role classification. Support organisational succession planning processes, leveraging talent reviews and Talent initiatives to identify talent risks and opportunities. Drives employee engagement initiatives and partners with business leadership to drive cultural change. Support the negotiations of two state-based enterprise agreements. About you As an experienced Human Resources / P&C Manager with relevant work experience within an industrial/blue collar environment, you will have highly developed interpersonal skills, with the proven ability to build and maintain effective relationships and communicate with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. Candidates will possess the following skills, experience, and attributes: Prior experience in infrastructures of logistics industries beneficial. Experience in managing multiple tasks within a fast paced, multi focused work environment. Superior interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills. Strong analytical and reporting skills. Acts with discretion and demonstrates the highest levels of integrity and confidentiality. Demonstrated ability to build effective and trusting business relationships. The benefits At Pacific National we value diversity, inclusion, and the contribution of each team member. Our values underpin our commitment to create an inclusive culture where everyone is accepted and valued for who they are, enabling everyone to bring their authentic selves to work. When you join the Pacific National team, you’ll be encouraged to take ownership of your career and we’ll be there to support you with a range of exciting initiatives including: Industry leading programs focussed on your growth and career development Paid parental leave up to 14 weeks, with superannuation - after only 6 months service Parental benefits for birth, surrogacy, adoption, foster care, and kinship care Opportunity to purchase additional annual leave Flexible working arrangements (subject to business needs) A focus on your mental health and wellbeing through our PeerConnect program Access to our Employee Assistance Program, administered by Benestar, offering confidential counselling services for employees and their eligible family members, paid for by us at no cost to you Access to Unmind, a digital platform that gives you access to tools, training and exercises that will support your mental wellbeing Discounted fitness and wellbeing benefits with membership to WhereFit, our wellbeing benefits partner Novated leasing and discounts on selected health insurance funds, travel, retail brands, vehicles and more We are proud to be a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for women, and you can visit our Work180 page Pacific National | WORK180 Endorsed Employer to find out more including a list of all of our benefits and policies. We are seeking applicants who share our values: Make it simple, Share More, Kindness, Gratitude, Curiosity, and Own it. These values help us achieve strong connections with everyone we work with and play an important part in motivating us all to do our best work. Do you need reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process? If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please outline at the time of your application. Closing date Applications close on the 16 th of June 2024. Next steps Are you ready to be part of our future? To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button below and follow the prompts. To find out more about Pacific National, our benefits and opportunities we offer, visit our careers page: www.pacificnational.com.au/careers Acknowledgement of Country We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of​ the land on which we work, live and rail.​ We pay respect to Elders past, present, and future and to the​ continuation of cultural, spiritual, and educational practices​ of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. • Tue, 04 JunPacific National
P&C Business Partner » St Ives, Ku-ring-gai Area - Are you an experienced P&C professional eager to contribute to a thriving educational community? This academic institution is well-established and highly regarded on the Northshore. They are seeking a dynamic P&C Business Partner to join their team and continue to drive academic excellence. In return, you will enjoy hybrid flexibility, training and development support, gym access, salary packaging and a genuine warm and caring environment. The Role: Working alongside an established P&C team, your responsibilities will include: Collaborating with the P&C team on key projects; Partnering with senior leaders; Providing advice on all people, culture, and P&C-related matters; Supporting the roll-out of programs, including engagement surveys, L&D, wellbeing development etc; Assisting with organisational and job design; and Case management including performance management, workplace investigations, grievances etc. To Be Successful: Prior experience in a Generalist P&C role is required; Strong senior-level business partnering ability; Demonstrable experience working in a high volume/fast-paced environment; and Intellectual curiosity and learning agility. How to Apply For more information, please call Stephanie Poulos at u&u Recruitment Partners on 0408 685 642 , or to submit an application, please click below. At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u’s opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only. • Tue, 04 Junu&u Recruitment
Senior .Net Developer/Engineer/Analyst » Richmond, VIC - Melbourne, VIC - with the existing platform being C#, MSSQL and ASP.Net running in Azure. However, we are delivering solutions for a new... platform on AWS and you will be working with the following tech as you build it out: .NET 6 C# AWS Microservices... • Mon, 03 JunTrideca PTY LTD$100000 per year
Lead/Senior .Net Engineer / Developer » Sydney, NSW - . We are looking for a .Net Developer / Engineer / Analyst to join our team permanently. We have offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane...' experience as a .Net or Backend Developer / Analyst / Engineer Experience with working on an AWS platform Experience developing... • Mon, 03 JunTrideca PTY LTD$100000 per year
Lead/Senior .Net Engineer / Developer » Sydney, NSW - . We are looking for a .Net Developer / Engineer / Analyst to join our team permanently. We have offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane...' experience as a .Net or Backend Developer / Analyst / Engineer Experience with working on an AWS platform Experience developing... • Mon, 03 JunTrideca PTY LTD$100000 per year
P&C Business Partner » Australia - We are currently seeking an energetic and talented People and Culture (P&C) Business Partner to join our People and Culture team at Findex on a permanent full-time basis. This is a key role supporting and providing advice to leaders across the Wealth Accounting division. This role is flexible on location within Australia for the right person. What will your typical week look like? Proactively leading teams to contribute to the engagement and performance of the division (this includes EDP, Coaching & Support Plans and Talent Management) Provide first level advice and guidance to leaders on policies, procedures, and employee matters Support Talent Mapping and Succession Planning within the Division for future development and growth Being a key stakeholder in the Salary Review Process via the division's respective leads More about the perks Comprehensive training including a dedicated buddy to get you off to the right start Ongoing training and support to grow your career within a true HR generalist capacity Dynamic work environment - supporting employees to work from home and office EAP access supporting a healthy work-life balance Let's talk about you You are someone with… A relevant tertiary degree in Human Resources Proven experience within a similar HR BP role Financial services or professional services experience is highly regarded, however flexible for the right person Proven experience coaching and developing leaders on people management issues Why Findex? Writeyournextchapter With a passion for well-being Findex adopt a dynamic working environment and empower our people to operate from wherever they find themselves most engaged, productive, and collaborative, while leveraging a flexible blend of remote and in-office work. At Findex we are passionate about what we do and how we do it. Are you a big and bold thinker? Do you like to make meaningful change? Are you motivated by working in a business that puts clients first and embraces teamwork? Do you want to be part of a team that moves together, operates in a high trust environment and celebrates success? Do you take pride in delivering quality work, being accountable and maintaining high standards? If this sounds like you, we look forward to meeting you. Apply now PLEASE NOTE: Only candidates with valid working rights within Australia will be considered. Findex is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and encourage applications from candidates with a variety of strengths, backgrounds and experiences. Note for Recruitment Agencies: This role is being managed by Findex Talent Acquisition and we will not accept unsolicited resumes/applications from Recruitment Agencies. • Mon, 03 JunFindex
Full Stack Web Developer » Perth, WA - Our private client is seeking a Full Stack Developer. .NET / C# / html full stack developer with hands on experience... • Sun, 02 JunWhizdom Recruitment
P&C Manager Supply Chain » Hoppers Crossing, Wyndham Area - Who is Catch? Catch.com.au has been bringing low prices to everyday Aussies on the brands they know and love since we started shaking up online retail in 2006. We are Australian owned and operated and have deep expertise on Australian consumer online shopping behaviour. Catch.com.au is part of the Wesfarmers Group, placing us in good company alongside Australia's top retailers, Kmart, Target, Bunnings, Officeworks and API. Our vision is to be Australia’s most loved online destination for families. There's still a lot of work ahead of us, so we’re always on the lookout for creative, resourceful, and resilient people that can quickly learn new skills and adapt on the fly. The People and Culture Manager – Supply Chain will play a critical role in providing strong HR leadership and direction across Fulfilment. The role will sit as part of the Fulfilment Leadership Team and drive the people strategy, engagement plans and deliverables for all sites (currently two sites in VIC and NSW). The People and Culture Manager – Supply Chain will be accountable for building and growing the Fulfilment People and Culture Team and will have one direct report initially. They will be a trusted partner and coach to key stakeholders, and ensure the effective delivery of our P&C programs and initiatives, as well as measurably improving engagement scores, retention metrics, and ultimately creating an amazing place to work for our people. This role will work closely with the GM People & Culture, and senior leaders to ensure all strategic initiatives are delivered in line with the overall strategic direction of the organisation, as well as delivered with high levels of operational excellence. What you’ll be doing What does a normal day in the life of a P&C Manager Supply Chain look like? Well, no 2 days are alike at Catch, but you could probably expect your day to include some of the following things: Strategy Support a People & Culture strategy and roadmap that aligns business drivers with creating an amazing employee experience for our people. Proactively partner with fulfilment leaders to understand their business challenges and design innovative solutions that enable them to achieve their business outcomes. Leadership and Development Develop and coach the P&C Advisor to deliver best in class HR practice and a consistent service. Lead the team to effectively facilitate the cyclical P&C activities (e.g., onboarding, goal setting, performance management, remuneration reviews, talent reviews, engagement surveys, development planning, offboarding) for the Fulfilment Centre’s, collaborating with leaders to educate, coach and deliver on all requirements. Create a work environment where people are motivated, inspired and engaged, bringing their best selves to work, promoting diversity, inclusion and health and well-being. Optimise and look for efficiencies in our processes, automating work where possible, always designing with the employee experience in mind. Business Partnering Act as a trusted advisor to the Fulfilment Leadership team, supporting that General Manager to deliver their People & Culture strategy, as well as sit as part of their Leadership team to coach, and support leaders in motivating and driving employees within a culture of high performance. Develop strong relationships with Executives and Senior Leaders, as well as at all levels of the business. As the business grows, continue to assess and align the current operating model, organisational design and workforce planning as required to ensure that Fulfilment is operating effectively to support product distribution. Partners with Finance to manage people costs and maintain workforce plan for the function. Collaborate effectively with ensure that all change activities are carefully managed and executed with high levels of care and planning. Employee Relations Lead and manage the end-to-end bargaining processes, as required Improve existing P&C practices, including reviewing and updating letter templates, ER processes for responding and dealing with employee concerns. Accountability as the employee relations subject matter expert in relation to projects, delivering optimum business outcomes for Catch. Facilitate proactive compliance initiatives, to ensure continual improvement and risk management. Manage litigation as required, by appearing on the behalf of Catch at the Fair Work Commission or any other applicable tribunal. Coach and mentor the People and Culture team and build internal capability in employment relations, include partnering with P&C Business Partners on employee relations issues. The skills you'll have Degree qualified in a relevant HR discipline Experience in warehouse/distribution/operational environments. Strong ER/IR experience, having worked with EBAs and Awards. Demonstrated ability to develop, lead and implement a range of strategies, programs, policies and operational practices to successfully accelerate the strategic objectives of the business. Highly commercial and data driven, someone who can make the complex simple and easily understood. Strong coaching style and highly consultative approach with ability to bring teams and people together to achieve great outcomes. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and able to influence up to Executive level. Experience leading change effectively in fast paced environments. Ideally have experience in leading expansion, and transforming culture Goal oriented and passionate about delivering great outcomes. Is Customer and Health and Safety Obsessed. Highly organised, a great project manager who takes immense pride and ownership over their space. Embraces and welcomes diversity and inclusion and actively challenges for outcomes aligned with our values. Why join the Catch team? There’s never been a more exciting time to join the Catch Team Its a fun, challenging and uniquely different place to work and on top of that we offer a range of benefits including: Flexibility that works for you. This allows our teams to navigate work life and home life on their terms Extended Parental Leave - 16 weeks for Primary Carers Convenient Melbourne office location, which is just across from Southern Cross Station Modern and Open office space with ample onsite kitchen facilities, break out areas and access to lite breakfast (toast, cereal, fruit). End of trip facilities with all the amenities like hair dryers and towel service as well as bike storage To enable our team members to give back to our communities, we offer paid volunteer leave Subscription to our OnePass loyalty program, so you can enjoy free delivery as you shop on Catch A 5% discount when you shop at Kmart, Target, Bunnings and Officeworks At Catch, we welcome all applications and screen them without attention to race, age, beliefs, sex, orientation, gender identity and disability. • Sat, 01 JunCatch
Sr Sales Operations Lead, GS S&O - T&C » Sydney, Sydney Region - Description Senior Sales Operations Lead, APJ supports strategic sales execution through a/ the set up and continuous improvement of the APJ Training and Certification deal management programs, b/ the enablement of major deals operations activity in the field, including the High-touch High-value deal capability, and support for sellers, and c/ the set up and running of the T&C Region Sales Operations Service Model. This individual will need to collaborate effectively with senior leadership, internal stakeholders, cross-functional teams to solve problems, enable sales performance, create operational efficiencies, and deliver successfully against high organizational standards. The individual must be a strong leader, and will draw upon solid analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills to effectively partner with the APJ and Global Sales and Operations Teams. The individual should have deep experience in sales processes and tools, calling upon their experiences in program management, Salesforce CRM, and reporting analytics to assist in supporting a world class Sales Team. This role is of strategic significance and high exposure to Director level business decision making support. Key job responsibilities - Leads the APJ T&C Region Sales Operations Service to support their Sales and Sales Leaders with a defined scope of sales operations activities (pipeline management, forecasting, BDM effectiveness reporting, field goal management, OP1/OP2 planning) - Take responsibility to improve the APJ T&C service to sales experienced from its High-touch High-value deals, including the Deal Desk and related Funding programs across Sales, finance, and legal. - Take responsibility for APJ T&C Major Deal operations including the playbook for non-standard deal structure models, reporting and communication, Deal Desk automation, dashboards, sales analytics, and development of performance metrics. - Provide support and education to the sales team on deal structuring and best practices to increase deal velocity. - Partner with our Global Sales Operations and Management function, APJ Deal Desks, APJ SCE, Finance, and Legal to define and optimize funding programs and define standard / non-standard deal criteria and related approval process. A day in the life We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Sydney, NSW, AUS Basic Qualifications - 7 years of Microsoft Excel experience - Bachelor's degree or equivalent - Experience developing and implementing systems/tools utilized for CRM, variable compensation, revenue reporting, forecasting, Salesforce automation, etc. - Experience defining, refining and implementing sales processes, procedures and policies or equivalent Preferred Qualifications - Experience using Salesforce (or other CRM tool) or BI tools - Experience presenting to senior leadership Acknowledgement of country: In the spirit of reconciliation Amazon acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. IDE statement: Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or other legally protected attributes. • Sat, 01 JunAmazon
P&C Advisor » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join the change. Together, we'll make history. As we keep the lights on for over four million customers and move towards a more sustainable way of life, it's an exciting time to be at AGL. We're re-imagining how homes and business live and work across the country and we want you to be a part of it. This moment will define our time, and your career as you work alongside Australia's best and brightest minds. You'll grow and learn in a collaborative, safe and supportive environment and play your part in changing the course of tomorrow. Everyone at AGL is an important part of building a better energy future and we want you to join in. About the Role Provide first level HR advice on P&C policies and process Excellent benefits, leave policies, recognition, and discounted energy Full Time Fixed-Term 12 months | Melbourne based Hybrid work A newly created full-time fixed-term (12 month) opportunity has become available for a People & Culture (P&C) Advisor to join AGL Working as part of the centralised shared services P&C Advisory Team, you will be at the heart of the P&C operating model at AGL. You will work as part of a team who strive for an exceptional employee & customer experience, providing first level P&C support to AGL employees, the wider P&C team and AGL leaders across the elements of the employee life cycle. What you'll be doing: Reporting to the P&C Services & Systems Lead, you will: Provide advice and assistance to leaders and employees on the interpretation and application of HR systems, policy and processes, including: Workday, Onboarding and Offboarding, Payroll related issues, Job Evaluations and Basic Employment and Industrial Relations legislation and obligations In partnership with P&C and the business, provide administration support in the effective delivery of core people processes that occur across the year Coach and guide frontline leaders to build knowledge and capability around core P&C processes and practices, through the use and adoption of effective self-service solutions Preparation/production and delivery of operational people-related reporting that isn't available via self-serve Champion process improvement that drives efficiencies and excellent data quality outcomes About You What you'll bring to the table: Proven experience in a similar P&C/HR role, liaising with people from all levels of business Ability to uphold confidentiality and sensitive information Confident to build relationships across the business and influence individuals to self-serve and drive our ways of working Excellent communication, interpersonal and organisation skills, with exceptional attention to detail Data analysis and presentation using Excel and PowerPoint Team player attitude -share knowledge and learnings with others and contributes to the team's goals Relevant Undergraduate degree (or working towards) in HR or Business-related discipline desirable Workday or other similar HRIS experience highly regarded We'd love to see your application by COB Monday 10 June 2024. Please note - unsolicited resumes from agencies will not be accepted by AGL. At AGL, we offer a wide range of benefits including: Flexible working options including hybrid work. Discounts on energy, telcos and solar plans. Participate in Energise - our reward & recognition program. Play an active role in our diversity & inclusion initiatives. Novated leasing and Electric Vehicle subscriptions. Access to study assistance, AGL's share reward plan and other deals Benefits may change over time and vary based on location. Inclusion at AGL At AGL, we value diversity and welcome applicants from various backgrounds, including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, individuals with disabilities, culturally diverse individuals, and members of the LGBTQ community. AGL is dedicated to maintaining a diverse workforce and encourages applicants to share their lived experiences. We offer reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process and respect the privacy of those who choose not to disclose. To learn more visit: www.agl.com.au/careers AGL is a Circle Back Initiative employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. Job Family Group: Human Resources • Sat, 01 JunAGL Energy
Principal I&C Engineer | Minerals & metals » Perth CBD, Perth - Wood is at the forefront of engineering solutions for a net zero future. Being part of Team Wood, means you're in a community unified by our vision, values and behaviours that support how we work together. So much of our success depends on feeling part of a team with people around us that we can rely on. Our Vision: Deliver Solutions that transform the world. Our Values: Care Courage Commitment Supporting clients of all sizes, we share a passion for driving forward minerals and metals projects that are critical to our future and delivering them safely, cost-efficiently, and responsibly as we strive for net zero. Wood Minerals & Metals team is currently delivering critical metals projects, including Copper, Nickel, Lithium, Vanadium, Rare Earths, and Base Metals. This portfolio of projects ranging from studies through to EPCM packages working on developments in Australia and internationally - Australia through to Europe, Middle east Africa and Asia. Our teams are based in Perth and Brisbane, and jointly support the vast range of projects currently underway ranging from studies, detailed engineering to EPCM delivery for both local and international developments. Reporting to the EIC Functional Manager, as part of this highly visible role, you will be in an influential position in guiding and assisting in the technical assurance and delivery of engineering works on nominated projects/studies In addition you will be support in the delivery of; Responsible for production and/or review of engineering deliverables including models, drawings, calculations, specifications, reports, evaluations etc Set resources forecast/budget for engineering and drafting and recommend engagement of additional resources as required Provide technical and commercial direction to engineers in relation to design quality, design schedules and design budgets Act as the key link between the project team and the engineering discipline group Provision of mentoring role to graduate engineers or discipline engineers where applicable Conducting peer reviews for I&C design on various projects Assist in development and updating of corporate standards and procedures At Wood you will join an inclusive and diverse global community of inquisitive minds and recognised industry innovators, partnering to create new possibilities. You will have previous lead a team on a major project, ideally in the mining sector. Tertiary qualifications from a recognised institute, ideally with post-graduate studies - Chartered Engineer or recognised equivalent Must have experience working with high value engineering centres and in an engineering consultant environment Excellent communication skills when working with cross functional teams, build effective stakeholder engagement with internal and external personnel Knowledge of applicable codes and standards (AS, IEC, ASME, ASTM, ANSI, API, etc) Ability to coach, mentor and lead a team of professionals towards project deliverables and key objectives A proven track record for delivering projects within scope, budget and schedule - Please note, only applicants holding valid working rights in Australia will be considered. It takes a diverse and inclusive community of inquisitive minds to unlock tomorrow's solutions to the world's most critical challenges. Wood encourages Women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. Benefits on joining TeamWood We are committed to creating an inspired culture with diversity and inclusion permeating every corner of our global organization. Wood provides a comprehensive, flexible, competitive benefit program for our employees. Work in the heart of Perth CBD, Access to free 24/7 state of the art Gym & end of trip facilities Wide range of benefits across Financial Health, Career Support, Wellbeing and Flexible working arrangements Global opportunities for career development, in addition to company supported education pathways for your career growth. Access to diverse and attractive projects working on our global industries most exciting developments, partnering closely with our clients on such developments. Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion; we are an organisation actively committed to diversity and inclusion across our business. Competitive renumeration package with regular reviews to ensure we are rewarding at the right level in line with the market. • Sat, 01 JunWood PLC
CRM Developer » Canberra, ACT - must demonstrate experience and in-depth knowledge in the following technologies: .NET and C# Web Services, API, REST JavaScript... and techniques of requirements gathering, analysis, specification, and validation. Sound developer skills are mandatory. Candidates... • Fri, 31 MayRandstad
Net Developer » Perth, WA - developing and maintaining software applications using the .NET framework, focusing on web, desktop, and mobile solutions...: Develop and maintain software applications using the .NET framework. Focus on creating web, desktop, and mobile solutions... • Fri, 31 MayPeoplebank
Lead Developer - Brisbane, Australia » Brisbane, QLD - Lead Developer - Brisbane, Australia Rio Tinto is building a world-class digital product capability... with challenging problems and opportunities to solve. About the role We are seeking a Lead Developer who will be responsible... • Fri, 31 MayRio Tinto
Senior Developer, Brisbane » Brisbane, QLD - : C#, LINQ, Entity Framework, WCF, automated unit tests (MSTest/NUnit/XUnit), WinForms basic and Asp.net...Senior Developer - Brisbane, Australia Rio Tinto is building a world-class digital product capability... • Fri, 31 MayRio Tinto
P&C Coordinator » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Supportive, collaborative, and bold. These are the three values this professional services business lives by. With a global footprint, this well-established firm prides itself on embedding diversity and inclusion in its working environment and culture. In return, you will work with a people-centric organisation. You will not only be a valued member of the HR team but also a valued member of the business. In addition to this you will also enjoy work flexibility. The Role: Reporting to the HR Manager and working alongside a large HR team, you will be responsible for: Day-to-day administrative support to the National HR team; Managing the employee lifecycle; Onboarding and Offboarding; Global mobility management; Supporting the graduate recruitment team; Local and International project support; and Assisting with D&I, L&D and process improvement initiatives. To Be Successful: Prior experience in an HR Coordination role is required; Demonstratable experience in a fast-paced, high-volume environment; Professional service industry experience is advantageous; and Ability to prioritise is essential. How to Apply For more information or a confidential discussion please call Stephanie Poulos at u&u on 0408 685 642 or email stephanie.poulosuandu.com quoting reference number 36736 . At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u's opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only. • Fri, 31 Mayu&u
P&C Business Partner » Sydney, Sydney Region - We are currently partnering with a global FMCG organisation that is looking to hire a P&C Business Partner for roughly 3 months. If you are available to start immediately and open to opportunities in the CBD, please apply The Role: Support the broader P&C team; Coach and empower managers and staff on people management and culture; Business partnering with sales, including performance management, process management etc; Talent development; and Restructure support. To Be Successful: Seasoned HR professional with prior experience partnering with sales; Learning agility is imperative; and Ability to start immediately and hit the ground running. How to Apply For more information or a confidential discussion please call Stephanie Poulos at u&u on 0408 685 642 or email stephanie.poulosuandu.com quoting reference number 36630 . At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u’s opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only. • Fri, 31 Mayu&u Recruitment
Technical Support Engineer - Developer Azure Services » Sydney, NSW - cause and develop solutions. Strong knowledge of OOP concepts and experience with C#, JAVA, HTML5, .NET Framework and .NET... Core development platform Developer Tools such as Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac. Experience with: Two... • Thu, 30 MayMicrosoft
Senior .NET Developer » Adelaide, SA - . Proven experience as a .NET Developer with expertise in C# and ASP.NET. Strong proficiency in Azure services, with hands... (your why) We are seeking a talented Azure .NET Developer to join our team, who will be responsible for both project development and providing... • Thu, 30 MayDatacom
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NET Developer with PHP working knowledge » Lytton, QLD - .NET Developer with working knowledge of PHP (MUST be able to READ PHP code) – Brisbane Lytton based – 5 days per week... APPLYING Key Requirements:- C# .NET a MUST MUST be able to READ PHP code (Working knowledge of PHP) – if you don’t... • Thu, 30 MayMorgan Consulting$100000 - 135000 per year
P&C Coordinator » Macquarie Park, Ryde Area - P&C Coordinator Macquarie Park (1 day per week at Yennora) Permanent Role - Full Time Salary: Up to $90,000 Super Hybrid Cox Purtell is currently working with a global brand and business based at Macquarie Park - they're one of the leading suppliers of technology hardware products to the colour printing, imaging, and photography markets. Our client has an excellent culture, trusted throughout the world for its commitment to openness, customer satisfaction, and sustainability. They're now looking to hire a motivated and organised P&C coordinator to work across all areas of the People and Culture function - providing strategic people direction for the organisation, supporting each department and its people to meet the organisation's objectives. In this role, you'd be an integral part of the P&C team - it's a real generalist role, and provides an amazing opportunity to gain a great breath of P&C experience across the full employee lifecycle employee from end-to-end recruitment support, people processes, employee benefits and induction activities, and you'll also have the opportunity to get involved in wider HR projects on an ad-hoc basis. Main areas of responsibility include: Recruitment: Shortlisting candidates and booking interviews. Conducting references. Induction & onboarding. Employee lifecycle: Administration tasks including preparation of contracts. Probation and HR employee check-ins. Offboarding and Exit Interviews. Maintaining employee records on HRIS. Maintaining and updating HR files. Training: Supporting employee development - involvement in succession planning. Compliance: Supporting with maintaining, updating and cascading policies. Ad-hoc: 1st POC for any Employee Relations issues - receive claims & take notes. Deal with any requests that come through - HR queries, training requests etc. HR projects. Support with coordinating department events. Your Profile: The successful candidate will be passionate about pursuing a career in HR - they'll be engaged in the function and hold at least 2 years of experience in the field. Must have at least 2 years' experience in a corporate HR or P&C role must include recruitment. Tertiary or equivalent qualifications in Human Resources. HRIS experience mandatory (experience with Employment Hero - highly regarded but not essential). Excellent attention to detail. Great personal initiative and ability to get things done - a real self-starter. A team first mindset, and a willingness to advance own and others growth. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills. The ability to handle multiple projects in a timely and organised manner. Ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality of information. • Thu, 30 MayCox Purtell
Assistant Director P&C Business Partnering » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - About you are you passionate about contributing to the excellence of Australian higher education? are you a strategic HR professional with strong business partnering acumen? do you want to work in a challenging, dynamic and rewarding environment that is mission-focused? About the role TEQSA currently has an opportunity for an experienced Assistant Director, P&C Business Partnering to work in our People & Capability team. The Assistant Director, P&C Business Partnering will report directly to the Chief People Officer and be responsible for leading a small team in the delivery of timely and considered business partnering services and projects for TEQSA, working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. The Assistant Director will lead the Business Partnering Team to partner with business units and people leaders on all people matters, enabling the people leaders to make informed people decisions, support the entirety of the employee lifecycle and deliver high quality employee experience services and programs. The Assistant Director will lead the Business Partnering Team to provide strategic and operational P&C advice, coaching and support to business units and people leaders including guidance on a broad range of people matters, delivering cyclical employee engagement, culture, and capability activities, performance management, employee relations case management, lead and implement strategic P&C projects and initiatives. They will maintain an in-depth knowledge of relevant legislation, policy, procedures, guidelines, and P&C best practice. A key responsibility of the Assistant Director P&C Business Partnering role is to provide responsive, accurate, high-quality advice and support to the CPO; including keeping the CPO well-briefed on progress of all relevant deliverables, analysing issues, and formulating pragmatic solutions/detailed action plans grounded in P&C best practice, risk-management, and evidence-based approaches. The Assistant Director P&C Business Partnering, working closely with their peer (Assistant Director P&C Operations), will operate jointly as a P&C Leadership team accountable for the delivery of the annual P&C Work/Business Plan, Workforce Plan 2022-25, Census Action Plan 2023 and all associated P&C Strategic Plans and relevant operational deliverables as required. The Assistant Director will foster influential relationships with internal and external stakeholders, exercise both initiative and sound judgement to resolve complex and/or sensitive matters and will develop and implement recommendations on the appropriate course of action and remediation activities partnering with the senior stakeholders and business areas where appropriate. The key duties of the position include The key duties and responsibilities of the Assistant Director, P&C Business Partnering role include: providing timely, high-quality advice and support to the CPO on all people and employee relations matters, emerging issues/risks (incl. formulating solutions and action plans), and progress against relevant operational and strategic priorities and projects. leading the design, development and delivery of relevant P&C strategic and operational projects and initiatives aimed at enhancing workforce performance, organisational capability, employee engagement and agency culture. leading, managing and developing the capabilities of the Business Partnering (BP) team to deliver a broad range of business partnering, employee relations case management, strategic and operational employee experience, culture, capability and P&C services, and relevant P&C strategic projects delivery, accountable for the quality and consistency of BP and P&C service delivery of their BP team to the agency. proactively monitoring P&C systems and processes, identifying, and implementing opportunities for business process improvements to create efficiencies, optimize effort, use allocated resources efficiently and effectively, and manage team workloads and health and wellbeing. preparing and responding to regular and ad hoc reporting and workforce data requests from the CPO, ensuring quality and accuracy, and following appropriate approval channels. leading relevant P&C strategic projects (i.e., developing new strategies, implementing new systems/software etc.) and providing end-to-end support and guidance, including developing business cases, managing procurement activities, preparing relevant project reports and documentation, and liaising with external stakeholders as required. providing expert and sound policy and procedural interpretation and advice on enterprise agreement and other relevant HR legislation, policies and programs to the CPO and people leaders. leading the BP team to partner with business areas to design and deliver tailored and effective employee outcomes in areas of strategic talent management, attraction and retention, employee development, performance management, and inclusion, effective change management, and staff engagement. preparing internal and external briefings and correspondence for the CPO, including Accountable Authority briefings, Ministerial briefings and correspondence, Senate Estimates briefings, and managing follow-up actions and requests as appropriate. as part of the P&C senior leadership team working closely with their peer, Assistant Director P&C Operations, to operate in alignment with, to embody, champion and model TEQSA values, APS Code of Conduct and appropriate workplace conduct and behaviors to the P&C team and all internal and external stakeholders. To actively create a positive, safe, and inclusive culture in the P&C team and agency. Actively and positively contribute to building a strong "P&C brand". performing other duties and contributing to projects as directed. Our ideal candidate We are looking for a high-performing team member who is passionate about contributing to the excellence of Australian higher education. Our ideal candidate will have: strong leadership skills and experience in setting direction, motivating, and developing staff, driving culture and values, managing team performance for quality and timely outcomes, and managing multiple business priorities and projects simultaneously. extensive experience in the delivery of a range of business partnering activities and HR projects across the whole employee lifecycle, including performance management, recruitment, talent management, employee relations and engagement surveys. an in-depth understanding of HR principles, practices, and the employee lifecycle. strong written communication skills and attention to detail, including the ability to prepare, review and submit high quality advice, reports, strategies, policies, and briefs for a range of audiences. high level research, data analysis and problem-solving skills, including the ability to take a proactive, considered approach to risk identification and making sound recommendations on employee relations and other HR matters. excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills, the ability to build and maintain strong and trusted stakeholder relationships and to leverage these to make well-reasoned decisions, harness opportunities and advise stakeholders confidently. Qualifications and experience Bachelor's degree in business, HR or a related discipline and evidence of ongoing professional development is desirable. An understanding of planning and governance requirements and P&C practices in the Australian Public Service (APS) and relevant practical experience will be advantageous but not essential. Relevant experience working with HRIMS will be highly regarded but not essential. • Thu, 30 MayAPS
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P&C Business Partner - Hawthorn East » Hawthorn East, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the Team We're a diverse bunch and we authentically celebrate this at the enterprise. Our People & Culture team work hard to create an inclusive workplace driven by support and empowerment. We celebrate diversity and strive to create an inclusive workplace where everyone feels supported and empowered. Our People & Culture team is dedicated to enhancing our employees' experiences through improved tools, innovative technology, and career development opportunities. The Opportunity Join our P&C Business Partnering team as a People and Culture Business Partner. In this role, you will collaborate with key leaders across the business to drive our inclusive culture and support our employees' growth and success. About the role Reporting to the Head of P&C, you will play a key role in aligning and executing functional and group strategies through your deep understanding of the business area. Key Responsibilities: Co-create organisational design with the business to ensure alignment with strategic goals. Collaborate with our Centres of Excellence to develop People programs tailored to business needs. Partner with the business to embed Talent & Performance management practices. Lead the development and implementation of people change initiatives, offering expert advice and helping leaders manage change effectively. Provide input into and oversee the execution of all cyclical and corporate P&C activities within functional areas. About you and your skills Proven experience leading and delivering organisational design and change programs of work Solid P&C generalist experience and business partnering including influencing and driving change Strong practical application of managing all aspects of people change from gap analysis through to communication and change implementation Strong commercial and business acumen A proven ability to work effectively at all levels of an organisation A strong customer focus, analytical skills and understanding of trends Exceptional communication and influencing skills Strategic thinking and problem-solving agility Prioritising execution alongside strategic thinking when planning LI-TP1 Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 121189 Employment Type: Full time • Wed, 29 MayColes Group
P&C Strategy PMO Manager - Hawthorn East » Hawthorn East, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the team People and Culture is dedicated to creating an engaged and empowered workplace. One that's strong, diverse and where our team members have exciting career pathways to choose from. We do it by making people's lives easier through better experiences, useful tools, and by providing ongoing opportunities to learn and grow. About the role An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a P&C Strategy Manager. The key purpose of this role will be to work across all P&C teams (CoEs, Business Partnering and Central teams) to ensure we maintain a current and accurate program of work, alignment with Corporate Strategy and informs prioritisation and change readiness activities for the function. You'll also: Lead the governance (PMO) for P&C Strategy to monitor strategy progression, provide meaningful insights and raise critical decisions to P&C leadership such as capacity management and prioritisation. Lead the transition and ongoing management of P&C strategic initiatives in PMO system (Wave), working collaboratively with initiative owners to mature project and program management practices. Influence and shape the design of P&C projects through applying a strategic lens during early project phases for critical initiatives. Support and contribute to the development and communication of the P&C strategy within the P&C function including the leadership team. Supporting the ongoing reporting and governance of the Strategy to Coles ELT, Board and P&C Committee. Support the management and ongoing reporting of key strategic benefits. Contribute to the continuous improvement of the function, increasing the maturity of program and portfolio management practices within P&C. About you and your skills Experience working across strategic delivery with proven skills in Program and Portfolio management Strong consultative and collaboration skills with the ability to influence various stakeholder groups Strong organisational skills including prioritisation and delivering to timelines Experience in driving continuous improvement initiatives Ability to work with ambiguity and strong problem solving skills Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 120799 Employment Type: Full time • Wed, 29 MayColes Group
Talent Aquisitions Manager - P&C » The Rocks, Sydney - We are on the hunt for a Talent Acquisitions Manager who is keen to broaden their skills with P&C / Experience. We are on the hunt for a Talent Acquisitions Manager who is keen to broaden their skills with P&C / Experience. We are working with an indie advertising agency that works across digital, CX, experience and B2B. In this role, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with a passionate team and shape the future of talent acquisition within the agency. The successful candidate will be tasked with sourcing top-tier talent in the digital marketing field, ensuring that the agency continues to thrive and innovate. $120,000 Inc. Sydney Based Must have full working rights here in AU. How to Apply: Please submit your resume to kirsty.tavaetkrgroup.com.au About TKR Group: TKR Group is a recruitment agency based in Sydney that matches top talent with leading advertising agencies in the advertising and media sector. Our expertise spans various key areas including Account Services, Creative, Production, and Strategy. We take pride in our ability to understand the unique needs of both clients and candidates, ensuring the perfect fit for each placement. • Tue, 28 MayTKR Group
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Product Technologist - Dry & C&T » West Bathurst, Bathurst - Job Description: Support & deliver the R&D component of Dry and C&T innovation & renovation projects Mars Petcare Australia, home of market leading brands such as Pedigree, OPTIMUM, Schmackos, ROYAL CANIN, ADVANCE & Whiskas Permanent full time position based onsite in Bathurst (NSW) Here at Mars Petcare Australia, home of market leading brands such as Pedigree, OPTIMUM, Schmackos, ROYAL CANIN, ADVANCE & Whiskas, we believe in Creating a Better World for our Pets. We have an exciting opportunity for a Product Technologist based in Bathurst where you’ll be responsible for delivering & supporting the R&D component of Dry and C&T innovation & renovation projects that deliver growth to the ANZ business and APAC region with products manufactured in ANZ. You will support our local factory sites, process engineers as well as raw material scientists to resolve any product and raw material related issues. Most importantly, you will bring a genuine love for innovation through your research projects and will collaborate effectively with your colleagues. What would be your key responsibilities? Lead trials (planning and completing) minor product/raws changes at commercial scale in ANZ. Supporting the implementation of new product range/raws. Develop and drive the R&D vision by building technical expertise. Manages costs, return on investment, full delivery and assess benefits of projects. Support then the local factory site and Bathurst R&D team, driving engagement and development. Manage close relationships with local and global R&D counterparts to leverage knowledge and technical support for ANZ. What are we looking for? Experience in R&D or equivalent in Product Science, Manufacturing Processes, Raw Material functionality. Bachelor Degree in engineering, biological, nutrition, food sciences. Experience in Pet Nutrition would be an advantageous. Strong influencing skills and ability to present complex research and data. Self-motivated individual with strong ambition to deliver results. This is an exceptional opportunity for a resilient and influential Product technologist to make an impact and provide technical expertise to develop and improve our much loved Petcare business. You thrive working autonomously and can think quickly on your feet to resolve issues. Relocation is available to support a fulfilled and peaceful lifestyle in the humble regional town of Bathurst, whilst rewarding an exceptional career pathway with Mars. https://www.bathurstregion.com.au/live-in-bathurst/live-and-work What can you expect from Mars? Genuine career progression with a focus on you and your career goals. Best-in-class learning and development support from day one, including access to our in-house Mars University. Global health and wellbeing program to support flexibility and work-life balance. Opportunity to make a difference with our volunteer and ambassador programs. Be part of a company that is contributing to making the world a better place today and every day through on our sustainable generation plan. A culture that offers collaboration, leadership and rewards you for the role you play within Mars. Internal applicants: This role has been graded as a T1 opportunity. Please ensure you discuss your application with your Line Manager prior to applying including obtaining their endorsement. Applications close: Sunday 9th of June, 2024 Mars is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The company is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request. • Tue, 28 MayMars
P&C Business Partner - Hawthorn East » Auburn, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the Team We're a diverse bunch and we authentically celebrate this at the enterprise. Our People & Culture team work hard to create an inclusive workplace driven by support and empowerment. We celebrate diversity and strive to create an inclusive workplace where everyone feels supported and empowered. Our People & Culture team is dedicated to enhancing our employees' experiences through improved tools, innovative technology, and career development opportunities. The Opportunity Join our P&C Business Partnering team as a People and Culture Business Partner. In this role, you will collaborate with key leaders across the business to drive our inclusive culture and support our employees' growth and success. About the role Reporting to the Head of P&C, you will play a key role in aligning and executing functional and group strategies through your deep understanding of the business area. Key Responsibilities: Co-create organisational design with the business to ensure alignment with strategic goals. Collaborate with our Centres of Excellence to develop People programs tailored to business needs. Partner with the business to embed Talent & Performance management practices. Lead the development and implementation of people change initiatives, offering expert advice and helping leaders manage change effectively. Provide input into and oversee the execution of all cyclical and corporate P&C activities within functional areas. About you and your skills Proven experience leading and delivering organisational design and change programs of work Solid P&C generalist experience and business partnering including influencing and driving change Strong practical application of managing all aspects of people change from gap analysis through to communication and change implementation Strong commercial and business acumen A proven ability to work effectively at all levels of an organisation A strong customer focus, analytical skills and understanding of trends Exceptional communication and influencing skills Strategic thinking and problem-solving agility Prioritising execution alongside strategic thinking when planning LI-TP1 Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 121189 Employment Type: Full time • Tue, 28 MayColes LTD
P&C Strategy PMO Manager - Hawthorn East » Auburn, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the team People and Culture is dedicated to creating an engaged and empowered workplace. One that's strong, diverse and where our team members have exciting career pathways to choose from. We do it by making people's lives easier through better experiences, useful tools, and by providing ongoing opportunities to learn and grow. About the role An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a P&C Strategy Manager. The key purpose of this role will be to work across all P&C teams (CoEs, Business Partnering and Central teams) to ensure we maintain a current and accurate program of work, alignment with Corporate Strategy and informs prioritisation and change readiness activities for the function. You'll also: Lead the governance (PMO) for P&C Strategy to monitor strategy progression, provide meaningful insights and raise critical decisions to P&C leadership such as capacity management and prioritisation. Lead the transition and ongoing management of P&C strategic initiatives in PMO system (Wave), working collaboratively with initiative owners to mature project and program management practices. Influence and shape the design of P&C projects through applying a strategic lens during early project phases for critical initiatives. Support and contribute to the development and communication of the P&C strategy within the P&C function including the leadership team. Supporting the ongoing reporting and governance of the Strategy to Coles ELT, Board and P&C Committee. Support the management and ongoing reporting of key strategic benefits. Contribute to the continuous improvement of the function, increasing the maturity of program and portfolio management practices within P&C. About you and your skills Experience working across strategic delivery with proven skills in Program and Portfolio management Strong consultative and collaboration skills with the ability to influence various stakeholder groups Strong organisational skills including prioritisation and delivering to timelines Experience in driving continuous improvement initiatives Ability to work with ambiguity and strong problem solving skills Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 120799 Employment Type: Full time • Tue, 28 MayColes LTD
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Blockchain Developer (C/C++/RUST) » Sydney, Sydney Region - This great opportunity will see your join a development team working on blockchain-based payment solutions. Work remotely. Company: The company is developing a decentralised, blockchain-based payment solution with an integrated trust and reputation system. They have a rapidly expanding team and are looking for developers with an understanding of Blockchain powered applications to join them. It’s an exciting time and as the successful developer you will get an opportunity to work on cutting edge applications. Requirements: You have at least some knowledge of blockchain Experience with C, C++ or Rust Experience with smart contracts Experience with compilers and previous work with Solidity or LLVM is highly desirable A demonstrated capability to learn and experiment with new technologies Understanding of the architecture of solutions of Blockchain-powered applications Experience with object-orientated design methodologies Ability to work autonomously Excellent written communication skills Ability to produce clear technical documentation Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering or related technical discipline or a demonstrated track record in software development If you have a passion for this exciting fast-growing industry and you’re a pro-active fast learner looking for the opportunity to launch your cryptocurrency career then we’d like to hear from you. Remuneration and benefits: Better than market rate with equity plan Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit are the worlds leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/Cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO,CTO, Project Manager, Solidity developer, frontend and Backend Blockchain developers to marketing/sales and customer service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
P&C Business Partner » The Rocks, Sydney - People & Culture (P&C) Business Partner Join a secure industry providing essential services Australia wide Join a large and experienced P&C Team of over 50 individuals Strategic People & Culture Business Partner role Values based organisation About us Pacific National (PN) is the largest private provider of diversified rail freight services in Australia. We haul a variety of freight including coal, intermodal containers, steel, and a range of bulk commodities and materials that keep the region's economy, businesses and households running. We are a company built on solid foundations and we are incredibly proud of the essential role we continue to play supporting Australia's supply chain. At Pacific National, we take great pride in delivering our best every day and have a relentless focus on customer service and place safety above all else. We operate nationally with approximately 3,500 staff in over 90 sites across Australia. We respect and care for the communities in which we operate and continue to evolve our community engagement and strengthen relationships through partnerships and investment. We are focused on reducing the carbon emissions of our business, while also enabling the reduction of carbon emissions in the broader supply chain to support the National targets. About the role At Pacific National we deliver what matters - for our people, our customers, and our shareholders. We are a connected network powered by people, moving essential services across the length and breadth of Australia. Reporting to the Senior People and Culture Manager, the P&C Business Partner will partner with our operational businesses, with key accountability for the support of multiple operational sites in NSW. Accountable for a wide range of HR activities, the P&C Business Partner will play a vital role in partnering with and providing guidance to our business leaders and employees on a range of aspects including but not limited to grievances, investigations, performance management and development, employee relations, organisational capability, EA, interpretation, and workforce strategy. This role is a real opportunity to work as a key member of an experienced P&C team of over 50 individuals to support a vast, geographically dispersed business. Key responsibilities include: Partnering, advising, and coaching leaders across several sites, enabling leaders to be successful. Exposure to negotiation of Enterprise Agreements. Conduct investigations and provide recommendations to the business. Provide day to day HR Generalist advice, supporting and coaching to our line managers through employment related matters. Contribute to business success through the development, implementation and monitoring of policies and procedures based on relevant industrial agreements and/or legislation and HR management practices. Partner with leaders through the employee lifecycle events and talent review cycles, including performance management, talent reviews, succession plans, career development planning, labour planning and diversity and inclusion. About you As a HR or Business/Commerce graduate, with relevant work experience within an industrial/blue collar environment, you will have a thirst for knowledge and keen to learn more within a diverse, complex, and large operational business. Candidates will possess the following skills, experience, and attributes: Experience partnering with Operations in a blue-collar environment. A Sound understanding of HR Policy, employment law and employee relations; with demonstrated behaviours that are aligned with best practice and out values. Is a confident problem solver and collaborative team player with strong communication skills to implement positive change. Has a proactive and structured approach and is not afraid to get involved and contribute. Is goal oriented and can manage multiple priorities effectively. This is a great opportunity for HR professional to play an active role in developing frontline leaders, whilst at the same time gaining hands on experience to drive your career forward within a fast paced, leading business. The benefits At Pacific National we value diversity, inclusion, and the contribution of each team member. Our values underpin our commitment to create an inclusive culture where everyone is accepted and valued for who they are, enabling everyone to bring their authentic selves to work. When you join the Pacific National team, you'll be encouraged to take ownership of your career and we'll be there to support you with a range of exciting initiatives including: Industry leading programs focussed on your growth and career development Paid parental leave up to 14 weeks, with superannuation - after only 6 months service Parental benefits for birth, surrogacy, adoption, foster care, and kinship care Opportunity to purchase additional annual leave Flexible working arrangements (subject to business needs) A focus on your mental health and wellbeing through our PeerConnect program Access to our Employee Assistance Program, administered by Benestar, offering confidential counselling services for employees and their eligible family members, paid for by us at no cost to you Access to Unmind, a digital platform that gives you access to tools, training and exercises that will support your mental wellbeing Discounted fitness and wellbeing benefits with membership to WhereFit, our wellbeing benefits partner Novated leasing and discounts on selected health insurance funds, travel, retail brands, vehicles and more We are proud to be a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for women, and you can visit our Work180 page Pacific National | WORK180 Endorsed Employer https://work180.com/en-au/for-women/employer/pacific-national to find out more including a list of all of our benefits and policies. We are seeking applicants who share our values: Make it simple, Share More, Kindness, Gratitude, Curiosity, and Own it. These values help us achieve strong connections with everyone we work with and play an important part in motivating us all to do our best work. Do you need reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process? If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please outline at the time of your application. Closing date Applications close on the 9th of June 2024 Next steps Are you ready to be part of our future? To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button below and follow the prompts. To find out more about Pacific National, our benefits and opportunities we offer, visit our careers page: www.pacificnational.com.au/careers http://www.pacificnational.com.au/careers Acknowledgement of Country We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work, live and rail. We pay respect to Elders past, present, and future and to the continuation of cultural, spiritual, and educational practices of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. • Sun, 26 MayPacific National
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P&C Advisor - Hybrid » Manoora, Cairns - Work options: Hybrid Bring your HR Generalist skills & passion to this amazing role in Far North QLD Grow Your Career in Aged Care We provide fitness, health and wellbeing programs/incentives to support your out of work balancing act. At Infin8 care, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide an environment which encourages and enables our 1500 residents across 17 sites to remain independent and participate in activities that support their needs and promotes their quality of life. We offer our employees the benefit of growth in their roles as well as in our business. Through Flare, we have many options for discounts with businesses such as Optus, Woolworths, OPSM, Hoyts, to name a few – why wouldn’t you want to come and work for us? The Role You will be partnering and working collaboratively with our Facility Managers at our North Queensland sites to maximise our people performance across the business. The role is based in Cairns and will require regular travel between our three facilities. This is a hybrid opportunity for the right candidate, where you may work between our Edge Hill Orchards facility Edge Hill Orchards Aged Care - Nursing Home | Infinite Care (infin8care.com.au) , as well as remote. Your expertise in people management support will enable and empower our leaders and teams in delivering resident-centric, high quality care. You will be supported by an experienced Gold Coast based People and Culture Team who are warm, knowledgeable and always on the end of a Team calls for advice, debrief or a friendly chat. As a People & Culture Advisor you will be involved in operational people support at the facilities, as well as the opportunity to implement strategic initiatives to drive engagement and retention across your portfolio and the wider business. You will guide, support and work with leaders in the region to demonstrate and communicate organisational values, clarify performance expectations, role model behaviour, and drive a positive workplace culture. Main Duties & Responsibilities The aged care sector is constantly evolving and changing. Our people strategies and the way we engage must pivot constantly. In this role you will be providing value-adding support in the areas of: Stakeholder engagement, providing proactive and reliable HR support, specifically focusing on developing and empowering staff and Facility Managers in all interactions. Participate and lead employment disciplinary investigations and conflict management. Lead and provide guidance on HR compliance with relevant legislative, policy and process requirements. Support and drive the implementation of P&C strategies and objectives. Acts as first point of contact for escalation and resolution of HR queries, issues, and requests from different stakeholders. About You YOU are an experienced HR Generalist who is adaptable, service delivery focussed and a natural relationship builder. You thrive in a collaborative environment and have the ability to autonomously manage your workload, engaging additional support as required. We hire for heart and values alignment, so it is essential that you are compassionate. We need a HR professional that has the right level of empathy, but you also must be commercially savvy, resilient and understand the importance of prudent risk management to help our business achieve its strategic vision. Ideally, you will have: At least 3 years’ experience in all facets of HR and ER. Experience from the Aged Care, Hospitality or Retail industries will be highly regarded. Relevant qualifications in Human Resources or a related field will be highly regarded. Strong knowledge and experience in performance management processes. The ability to interpret and understand the Fair Work Act and other relevant legislation, including Awards and Enterprise Agreements. A proactive, solution-focussed approach with a passion for fostering positive workplace culture. Highly developed written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to coach and influence. You have a car and current valid drivers' licence. You have a current, or the ability to obtain, an NDIS Worker Screening Clearance. If you want to know more before applying, please email teri.vallelyinfin8care.com.au • Thu, 23 MayInfinite Aged Care
Senior Full Stack .net Developer » Osborne Park, WA - Senior Full Stack .net Developer 12 month Fixed Term, with possible extension, full-time opportunity Hybrid working..., Melbourne (Adelaide the preferred) The opportunity The Senior .net Developer supports the strategic development of the... • Wed, 22 MaySilver Chain
Front End Developer - Angular » New South Wales - Melbourne, VIC - Front End Developer will develop advanced technical software solutions and implement front-end enhancements... and / or Agile Development. Extensive experience in web based Angular development. Experience working with Microsoft .NET... • Wed, 22 MayOrigin Energy
Senior Developer » Melbourne, VIC - .Net Core, C#, and Visual Studio - Understanding of service/API architecture and MS SQL Proficiency in web technologies... of potential. Computershare has a great opportunity to join our Communication Services team as a Senior Developer in our Yarra... • Wed, 22 MayComputershare
School Leader C Full-time Permanent » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Harrison School is a large preschool to year 10 (P-10) school with enrolments of more than 1500 students. A strength of our school is its diverse population with many students coming from language backgrounds other than English (EAL/D) and Australian Defence Force families. We are seeking a dynamic and collaborative person to lead learning and wellbeing in our primary school. The school leader will join a united P-10 executive team who work together to lead the implementation of our school priorities. Key duties include: Provide high level leadership, coaching and mentoring to support students, teachers and LSA staff in our inclusion programs. Expertise in embedding high impact literacy strategies to support EAL/D learners in all classrooms. Implement an effective, results-oriented PLC model using the Spiral of Inquiry. Lead pedagogy, curriculum, assessment, and reporting. Maintain strong family partnerships and a positive learning culture. Undertake an appropriate teaching load and other duties as determined by the principal. Eligibility/Other requirements: Working with Vulnerable People (WWVP) - Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - Working with vulnerable people (WWVP) registration (act.gov.au) A minimum of four years full time (or equivalent) tertiary study leading to the award of a recognised school teaching qualification. Current professional teaching registration with the ACT Teacher Quality Institute (TQI) or eligibility to obtain TQI . How to Apply: Applicants are to provide a curriculum vitae, statement of claims based on the leadership capabilities outlined in the Position Description (maximum five pages) and two referees. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective/enterprise agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position. LI-DNI • Wed, 22 MayACT Government
Developer Programmer » Sydney, NSW - As a Developer Programmer you will work with innovative clients to protect their ideas and inventions locally... both web and Windows based Using varied development tools and languages including but not limited to: PowerBuilder, .NET, .NET... • Wed, 22 MayAI Talent$70000 - 120000 per year
Front End Developer - Angular » New South Wales - Front End Developer will develop advanced technical software solutions and implement front-end enhancements... and / or Agile Development. Extensive experience in web based Angular development. Experience working with Microsoft .NET... • Wed, 22 MayOrigin Energy
P&C Advisor » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - UGL is an employer with a difference, jump on board and experience our incredible journey About the role With a significant pipeline of opportunities identified across the Transport and Technology sectors, UGL are seeking to appoint an experienced P&C Advisor working in the major projects space based in Melbourne: About the role Support the End-to-End Recruitment function including hiring manager briefings, advertising, resume screening, shortlisted and reference checking On-boarding, Redeployment & Terminations - co-ordinate with Hiring Managers and other stakeholders by providing transactional and administrational support during the employee life cycle. Support the sourcing & pipeline talent from multiple channels in Taleo particularly for key white-collar roles Create and distribute formal communications including but not limited to; offer of employment, employment contracts, position descriptions, contract variations and letters. Facilitate organisation structure maintenance including updating organisation units, cost centres, positions and employee profiles. Respond appropriately and promptly to general P&C queries Liaise with payroll shared services in relation to personnel pay queries; Be involved in ad hoc P&C projects such as D&I Initiatives Undertake any adhoc projects, initiatives, tasks as directed by the Project HR Manager and support the wider P%C team The following qualifications and experience are highly desired, but if you don't tick all the boxes you could still be a perfect fit for this role. Please apply, all applications will be considered. About you 1-2 years Recruitment experienced in a similar industry is desirable Tertiary qualification in Human Resources 2-4 years' experience Human Resources in a similar role Experience with computer databases such as Taleo, SAP and Microsoft preferable Must have an Australian Drivers Licence Strong communication skills (oral & written) including strong negotiation and influencing skills and the ability to establish effective working relationships with a variety of people at different levels both internally and externally. Demonstrated ability to work independently to organise and prioritise demands, handle multiple complex tasks and simultaneously, set and meet deadlines and follow-through within a fast paced environment with multiple and competing demands UGL - Big projects. Big careers. We keep Australia moving through our transport manufacturing, maintenance and operations offering, and we support the energy sector through our renewables, power generation, resources and transmission operations. Include end to end engineering and services provider (one of Australia's biggest inhouse design houses) We are helping shape the country through our major infrastructure projects in Australia's biggest cities and we're preparing for the future with our new energy, Defence, telecommunications and technology expertise. We're the people behind communications, rail, water, oil, gas, and renewables. We build tunnels under rivers and flyover roads. We're the people who take on the problems that have never been solved. The ones that stretch you outside of what's known, where your true genius is challenged and shines. Why Unite with the Very Best A competitive salary working in a rewarding, supportive and successful team Flexible and blended work environment; make use of leave, flexible working and our 16 weeks paid primary parental leave options. Help create your Individual Development Plan and create significant opportunities for your professional development A rewarding Wellness Program with AIA Vitality - earn cashback for gym shoes We'll give you access to a multitude of rewards: Through our partnerships we can offer you discounts across shopping, food and wine, insurance, health and wellbeing, leisure and entertainment. You can also take advantage of our salary sacrifice options including cars, eligible portable electronic devices and professional memberships. As part of the recruitment process, there are several checks which may be conducted to demonstrate an applicant's suitability for a role including police / criminal background checks, medical, drug and alcohol testing, due diligence checks, right to work checks, and/or reference checks. It's good to know that UGL does not discriminate based on a Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check. Ref 259578 '685417 • Wed, 22 MayUGL
Commercial Banker - C&I » Australia - North Shore: 358 North Shore Drive, Suite 202, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 Work Days and Expected Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Additional hours as necessary to meet the objectives of the department). Function: Assumes responsibility for highly complex activity for commercial banking and has a direct responsibility for banking relationships with assigned customers and prospective commercial customers. Duties and Responsibilities: Interviews customers and prospective customers and prepares documentation for commercial loans including: Collecting and analyzing financial data for proper loan structure for written/verbal presentation to loan committee. Maintaining aggressive commercial calling program for new and existing customers. Assisting other Bankers in governmental lending programs. Attending and participating in community affairs to promote the bank's image. Reviews final loan documentation to determine appropriate recommendations. Assumes responsibility for complex accounts and provides training and guidelines to less experienced Bankers. Carries out a variety of business development activities to identify bank prospects. Ensures compliance with existing loan policies and procedures and assists in policy development and modification. Works with customers to establish personalized Treasury Management services according to the customer's needs. Receives and responds to various customer questions and solves customer problems. Reviews Collateral Protection Reports and determines appropriate course of action. Monitors and documents performance of existing loan portfolio through call memos, site visits, financial collection and review, Credit quality related report reviews Provides mentoring and guidance to less seasoned Commercial Bankers given level of experience. Contacts delinquent loan customers. Maintains a good working relationship with bank employees. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently, as well as motivated to work as a team player to contribute to the success of the department and in turn, the organization. Assumes additional responsibilities as required. Physical Demands: Operates a keypad device: 40% of the week. Operates electronic equipment: 20% of the week; operates office equipment: 10% of the week. Travels: 30% of the week. The primary parts of the body involved in performing these tasks are the fingers, thumbs, hands, wrists, elbows, legs, lower and upper torso and feet. Standing is required. Sitting is required. Walking is required. Physical demands include travel by car to see customers, inspect construction sites, land developments, etc. Lenders also travel out of state to inspect projects, construction sites and meet customers. Requires the use of manual dexterity skills for typing and data entry up to 40% of the business day. Specific vision requirements include close vision of 18"-20" for computer work. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Education Requires a four-year college degree or equivalent, major in Finance/Accounting. Experience Ten plus years specialized lending experience. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c) Salary Range: $75,000.00 - $160,000.00 • Wed, 22 MayS&T Bank
Senior/Lead .NET Technical Consultant » Melbourne, VIC - , minimum 5 years as a Software Developer. Predominantly, but not limited to:- C#.NET MVC Web APIs (building and consuming... are not going to be considered .NET Developer / IT Developer / IT Development / Software Development / Consulting Click... • Wed, 22 MayMorgan Consulting$100000 - 150000 per year
Full Stack .NET Developer (Angular WebAPI .NET Core Azure) » Melbourne, VIC - or demonstrated capability through past employment experience · C#, .Net Core, Web API, WCF, JavaScript, jQuery, Angular 4+ OR React...Our client, a reputable Software Development House in the healthcare domain, is seeking a Senior Full Stack .Net... • Mon, 20 MayDynamo Recruitment
EI&C Superintendent » Duffy, Weston Creek - MinRes is a top 50 ASX mining services company with a strong pipeline of projects that will drive unprecedented growth over the next five years. Our people are the foundation of our success, and we offer attractive salaries and benefits, opportunities for career advancement and world-class workspaces designed for employee wellbeing - to ensure our people get their best life About the role Due to continued growth, we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Electrical Superintendent to join our construction teams. Reporting to the Project Manager you will be responsible for overseeing the Electrical teams to ensure the safe and effective operation of the electrical systems supplying and controlling the process plants and associated equipment, maximising equipment availability, minimising costs and effectively managing the electrical team on site. The role Ensure compliance with all statutory requirements and relevant standards and codes. Ensure completion of all statutory checks and inspections such as Tool Tagging, Emergency Stop tests, lanyard systems and other critical protection devices. Reporting and recording of maintenance and installation activities as required by statute, client, or Company guidelines. Compliance with all Safety Rules and Procedures to ensure all work is always undertaken in a safe manner and participation in any Safety or Training initiatives identified and implemented by the Company and/or the Client. Monitor the skills and performance of electrical resources and provide advice, training and direction to ensure the CSI team is meeting all necessary performance objectives. Assist with and contribute to operational and improvement activities associated with the planning and performance of works to ensure the smooth running of the site-based operations. What you'll bring to the team Current WA 'A' Grade Electrical License Current HV Certificate C Class Driver's License Current Senior First Aid Certificate Frontline Supervisory qualification Ability to qualify for In-house Electrical Nominee Self-motivated individual capable of working with minimal supervision. Excellent safety awareness with good housekeeping habits. Good verbal and written communication skills. Ability to carry out work instructions and directives to provide satisfactory outcomes. Ability to work within a team environment to achieve desired results. And then there's the extra benefits We look after our people because they're the ones looking after our business. That means a range of additional benefits for choosing MinRes including: Competitive salary. Yearly cash bonuses. Great Employee Share plans - MyShare. Employee discounts and offers. Physical and mental health programs. Salary packaging. Ready for your next challenge? Make a fresh start with MinRes. We have moved to state-of-the-art new offices in Osborne Park which feature leading edge office fit-out and technology, a gym, creche, café, and restaurant and have easy access to public transport - join us for this exciting development Mineral Resources Limited is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. • Mon, 20 MayMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Associate Dispenser | OPSM | C | WA | Booragoon » Booragoon, Melville Area - We are EssilorLuxottica, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of ophthalmic lenses, frames and sunglasses. We bring together the expertise of two industry pioneers, one in advanced lens technologies and the other in the craftsmanship of iconic eyewear, creating a vertically integrated business that is uniquely positioned to address the world's evolving vision needs. We craft exclusive eyewear brands Ray-Ban, Oakley, Oliver Peoples, Persol, Costa and more, alongside esteemed licensed brands such as Tiffany & Co, Burberry, and CHANEL whilst our cutting-edge lenses Varilux and Transitions lead the industry in innovation. In Australia and New Zealand, we operate the iconic retail and eye care brands: Sunglass Hut, Oakley, OPSM, Ray-Ban and Laubman & Pank. Every day, EssilorLuxottica's 190,000 employees in 150 countries work towards a common mission to help people see more and be more. Are you someone who wants to make an impact? See yourself at OPSM We are seeking a passionate and engaging Associate Dispenser to join our OPSM team in Booragoon You will be involved in the customer's journey from initial consult and pre-testing, to customising High-Fashion frames (from Luxury Brands such as CHANEL, Tiffany & Co. and Gucci) to suit their lifestyle. What's in it for you? Monthly bonus scheme Substantial Discounts through the rewards & recognition program Generous yearly product reimbursement/allowance World-class training program, provided by our training team and in-store mentors Local & global Volunteering opportunities with OneSight Work with brands such as Ray-Ban, Oakley, PRADA, D&G, Burberry, Miu Miu, Versace and many others. See yourself at OPSM - become part of our family and help us make a real change in people lives You bring to the team: Retail experience - optical desired but not essential Strong communication skills and a quick learner Passion to help others see the beauty in life Ready to apply? If you love high fashion, luxury brands and are passionate about providing high-quality customer service, then we want to hear from you now Click apply now or email: Belinda.Johnstoneau.luxottica.com We embrace diversity and encourage all interested applicants from different backgrounds to apply. Due to high volumes, only successful applicants will be contacted. .jobTitle{ display:none important; } Job Segment: Ophthalmic, Healthcare • Sun, 19 MayEssilorLuxottica
Senior Dot Net Developer with SQL and SSIS experience » Sydney, NSW - experience as a dot net developer Proficient in C#, .NET Framework, and .NET Core. Strong experience with SQL Server and SSIS...Senior Dot Net Developer with SQL and SSIS experience -Sydney Over 10 years of IT experience with 5+ years of recent... • Sat, 18 MayZSoft Technologies
P&C Advisor » Abbotsford, Yarra Area - About the Company Our client is a leading Non-Profit organisation who are focused on spreading awareness, improving working conditions and providing education for neurodiverse individuals. Sitting in a gorgeous open plan office, they endorse a collaborative and supportive work environment and are looking for some immediate support within HR. About the Role Reporting into the Head of People & Culture, you will be part of a small, diverse, and dynamic team. A skilled and experienced generalist, the People & Culture Advisor will provide expert HR advice and support to the wider business and contribute to key initiatives to support the delivery of the P&C strategy. This is a temporary assignment starting ASAP, with potential to extend. The role is part time - working 3 days per week . Duties Some of your main duties will include: Actively engage in the review, development, and implementation of critical HR policies and procedures for the organisation ensuring they are in line with relevant legislation Provide proactive, accurate, and solutions focused advice on the interpretation and application of policies, procedures, agreements, employment conditions and entitlements Support the development and delivery of their learning and development activities for individuals, teams, and the organisation within their LMS Oversee and engage in end-to-end employee lifecycle processes, including job design, recruitment, selection, appointment, onboarding, and offboarding processes. Skills & Experience To be a successful candidate you must have: Previous experience in a similar P&C Advisor role - 2/3 years minimum A working knowledge of relevant legislation (including occupational health and safety act 2004 and fair work 2009) Demonstrated proficiency in crafting comprehensive HR policies and procedures that align with organisational goals and context, legal requirements, and industry best practices. Be immediately available to start Culture & Benefits Positive and friendly working environment Opportunity to develop and grow in this space For the right candidate, potential to extend long term Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Job Reference No: 06810-0012979912 - KB By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Fri, 17 MayRobert Half
NET Developers » Melbourne, VIC - your extensive experience with programming languages and frameworks, especially C# .NET, to deliver high-quality code. Innovate... skills in C# .NET. A strong understanding of microservices/serverless architectures and proficiency with Kubernetes... • Fri, 17 MayRandstad$170000 per year
P&C Advisor » Abbotsford, Canada Bay Area - About the Company Our client is a leading Non-Profit organisation who are focused on spreading awareness, improving working conditions and providing education for neurodiverse individuals. Sitting in a gorgeous open plan office, they endorse a collaborative and supportive work environment and are looking for some immediate support within HR. About the Role Reporting into the Head of People & Culture, you will be part of a small, diverse, and dynamic team. A skilled and experienced generalist, the People & Culture Advisor will provide expert HR advice and support to the wider business and contribute to key initiatives to support the delivery of the P&C strategy. This is a temporary assignment starting ASAP, with potential to extend. The role is part time - working 3 days per week . Duties Some of your main duties will include: Actively engage in the review, development, and implementation of critical HR policies and procedures for the organisation ensuring they are in line with relevant legislation Provide proactive, accurate, and solutions focused advice on the interpretation and application of policies, procedures, agreements, employment conditions and entitlements Support the development and delivery of their learning and development activities for individuals, teams, and the organisation within their LMS Oversee and engage in end-to-end employee lifecycle processes, including job design, recruitment, selection, appointment, onboarding, and offboarding processes. Skills & Experience To be a successful candidate you must have: Previous experience in a similar P&C Advisor role - 2/3 years minimum A working knowledge of relevant legislation (including occupational health and safety act 2004 and fair work 2009) Demonstrated proficiency in crafting comprehensive HR policies and procedures that align with organisational goals and context, legal requirements, and industry best practices. Be immediately available to start Culture & Benefits Positive and friendly working environment Opportunity to develop and grow in this space For the right candidate, potential to extend long term Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Job Reference No: 06810-0012979912 - KB By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Fri, 17 MayRobert Half
Senior Full Stack Engineer- .Net Dev / Azure » Sydney, NSW - Minimum 5+ years' experience in developing complex project solutions using C#, SQL,.NET 3.5, 4.X and .NET Core, Web API etc. 3.... Job Description As a Full Stack Developer, you will join our Sydney professional consulting team. You will bring enterprise experience in... • Thu, 16 MayNCS Australia
Associate Dispenser | OPSM | C | WA | Booragoon » Booragoon, Melville Area - We are EssilorLuxottica, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of ophthalmic lenses, frames and sunglasses. We bring together the expertise of two industry pioneers, one in advanced lens technologies and the other in the craftsmanship of iconic eyewear, creating a vertically integrated business that is uniquely positioned to address the world’s evolving vision needs. We craft exclusive eyewear brands Ray-Ban, Oakley , Oliver Peoples, Persol, Costa and more, alongside esteemed licensed brands such as Tiffany & Co, Burberry , and CHANEL whilst our cutting-edge lenses Varilux and Transitions lead the industry in innovation. In Australia and New Zealand, we operate the iconic retail and eye care brands: Sunglass Hut, Oakley, OPSM, Ray-Ban and Laubman & Pank. Every day, EssilorLuxottica’s 190,000 employees in 150 countries work towards a common mission to help people see more and be more. Are you someone who wants to make an impact? See yourself at OPSM We are seeking a passionate and engaging Associate Dispenser to join our OPSM team in Booragoon You will be involved in the customer’s journey from initial consult and pre-testing, to customising High-Fashion frames (from Luxury Brands such as CHANEL, Tiffany & Co. and Gucci) to suit their lifestyle. What’s in it for you? Monthly bonus scheme Substantial Discounts through the rewards & recognition program Generous yearly product reimbursement /allowance World-class training program, provided by our training team and in-store mentors Local & global Volunteering opportunities with OneSight Work with brands such as Ray-Ban, Oakley , PRADA, D&G, Burberry, Miu Miu, Versace and many others. See yourself at OPSM – become part of our family and help us make a real change in people lives You bring to the team: Retail experience – optical desired but not essential Strong communication skills and a quick learner Passion to help others see the beauty in life Ready to apply? If you love high fashion, luxury brands and are passionate about providing high-quality customer service, then we want to hear from you now Click apply now or email: Belinda.Johnstoneau.luxottica.com We embrace diversity and encourage all interested applicants from different backgrounds to apply. Due to high volumes, only successful applicants will be contacted. • Thu, 16 MayEssilorLuxottica Group
NET Developer » Canberra, ACT - of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. Skills .Net Developer Education Primary School/Junior High... Development Lifecycle (SDLC) to develop and enhance a C# based, n-tier, enterprise software and associated documentation in... • Tue, 14 MayRandstad
Sales Consultant (T.I.P.C) » Australia - Have a passion for South Australian Tourism? National Travel Benefits Available SeaLink is looking for bright and energetic individuals who have a strong work ethic and an enthusiastic attitude to join their team About the role: The T.I.P.C. (Freight) Sales Consultant is required to meet and exceed the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the T.I.P.C. functions of SeaLink as part of an energetic, positive and multi skilled team. Based in Penneshaw, this permanent full-time role requires the consultant to present and act in a professional manner by placing our customer needs as the first priority. Superior communication skills are utilised at all times to both our external and internal customers. This role requires energy, dedication and multi skilling and offers empowerment and autonomy to each consultant who will work towards meeting & exceeding individual and team goals in support of our strategic goals. You must be reliable and be motivated to work in a collaborative team environment. It is imperative the T.I.P.C. Sales Consultant is willing to develop and learn new skills to enable performance of the tasks required in the movement of freight on our ferry services. The Sales Consultant will also be required to understand check-in procedures and retail sales. The Sales Consultant will be offered training and development opportunities which together with achieving performance goals will provide a clear career progression pathway. About You: Ability to maximise sales and display exceptional customer service Driven to succeed and contribute to organisational goals Ability to build rapport and develop working relationships Excellent verbal and written communication skills Innovative and creative High-level problem-solving skills and initiative Attention to detail Exceptional time management and ability to prioritise and work under pressure High-level conflict resolution skills Self-motivated and willingness to make critical decisions A strong understanding of the tourism industry Advanced computer literacy and Microsoft Office skills These key requirements will be complimented by experience and skills in the following areas: Qualification in Travel and Tourism - Desirable Sales and customer service experience - Essential Experience in working in a fast-paced team to reach goals - Essential Experience in the transport industry - Desirable Dangerous Goods Awareness - Desirable If this sounds like your dream job, we encourage you to apply Applications close: Friday 7 June 2024 or earlier if a suitable candidate is sourced. About Us SeaLink South Australia is part of the Kelsian Group, is Australia's largest land and marine, tourism, and public transport service provider with established international operations in Singapore and the UK. With around 12,000 employees, we are one of Australia's most experienced and diverse multi-modal transport businesses operating around 5,000 buses, 120 ferries, and 24 light rail vehicles, carrying over 207 million customers per year. Kelsian Group Limited is committed to providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. To find out more about the Kelsian Group visit www.kelsian.com • Tue, 14 MayKelsian Group Limited
Backend .NET developer » Sydney, NSW - experience. While expertise in various coding languages is welcome, familiarity with C#.Net and background in product-based... stack, here's a glimpse into the technologies you'll be using: Languages: C#, SQL, Java, Golang, F# Frameworks - .Net Core... • Mon, 13 MayWiseTech Global
P&C Business Partner » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Introduction Join our growing team of dedicated professionals at Gallagher Bassett, who guide those in need to the best possible outcomes for their health and wellbeing. You'll be part of a resilient team that works together to redefine the boundaries of excellence. At our organization, we value collaboration and making a positive impact in the lives of our clients and claimants, offering you the opportunity to join a team where your skills and dedication can truly make a difference. GUIDE. GUARD. GO BEYOND. We believe that every candidate brings something special to the table, including you So, even if you feel that you're close but not an exact match, we encourage you to apply. Overview Are you ready to take your HR career to new heights? We have an exciting opportunity for a People & Culture Business Partner to join our passionate and talented team. If you thrive in a growing and fast-paced environment, love tackling complex HR challenges, and want to make a meaningful impact on our organisation and our clients, then this role is perfect for you As our PC Business Partner for GB you will play a crucial role in shaping our people strategy and driving key HR initiatives. Alongside your fellow P&C friends, you'll be a trusted advisor, collaborating with leaders and stakeholders across the organisation to develop and implement innovative HR solutions that support our business objectives. Your expertise in employee relations, talent management, performance management, and HR best practices will be instrumental in creating a thriving and engaged workforce. How you'll make an impact Here's a glimpse of what your role will entail: Partner with senior leaders to develop and execute strategic HR plans aligned with our GB goals. Provide expert guidance on complex HR matters, including employee relations, performance issues, and workplace investigations. Lead and facilitate talent management processes, including succession planning, performance reviews, and employee development programs. Implement and enhance HR policies, ensuring compliance with relevant employment laws and regulations. Utilise HR metrics and analytics to identify trends, make data-driven decisions, and drive continuous improvement in HR processes. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to support organizational change initiatives and foster a positive culture. Coach and mentor HR team members, supporting their growth and development. Stay up-to-date with industry trends and best practices, bringing fresh ideas and innovative approaches to HR initiatives. To succeed in this role, we are looking for candidates who possess: A solid background in HR with a focus on employee relations, talent management, and HR strategy. Extensive knowledge of Australian employment laws and regulations. Proven experience in providing strategic HR advice to senior leaders and driving HR initiatives. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build relationships at all levels of the organisation. Excellent problem-solving and decision-making abilities, with a data-driven mindset. Demonstrated ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Relevant HR qualifications or certifications (e.g., Bachelor's degree in HR or related field) desirable. About you As an integral part of our P&C team, you'll enjoy a fun, vibrant and inclusive work environment that encourages collaboration, creativity, and growth. We believe in work-life balance and offer hybrid working options to ensure you can excel both professionally and personally. Located in beautiful Melbourne, you'll have access to a thriving cityscape, stunning natural landscapes, and a vibrant cultural scene. With its warm climate, friendly locals, and endless outdoor activities, Melbourne provides an ideal backdrop for both work and leisure. If you're ready to take on this exciting opportunity, we want to hear from you Join our team and make a significant impact on our organisation and the lives of our employees. Apply now to embark on an incredible HR journey. Compensation and benefits We value inclusion and diversity Inclusion and diversity (I&D) is a core part of our business, and it's embedded into the fabric of our organization. For more than 95 years, Gallagher has led with a commitment to sustainability and to support the communities where we live and work. Gallagher embraces our employees' diverse identities, experiences and talents, allowing us to better serve our clients and communities. We see inclusion as a conscious commitment and diversity as a vital strength. By embracing diversity in all its forms, we live out The Gallagher Way to its fullest. Gallagher believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunity and prohibits any form of discrimination by its managers, employees, vendors or customers based on race, color, religion, creed, gender (including pregnancy status), sexual orientation, gender identity (which includes transgender and other gender non-conforming individuals), gender expression, hair expression, marital status, parental status, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran or military status, citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected (herein referred to as "protected characteristics") by applicable federal, state, or local laws. Equal employment opportunity will be extended in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship, including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, demotion, compensation, benefits, layoff, and termination. In addition, Gallagher will make reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified person with a disability, unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of our business. • Sat, 11 MayArthur J Gallagher & Co.

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