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Geospatial Professional » Ingleburn, Campbelltown Area - Our Company Pipe Management Australia (PMA) is a specialist Utilities Maintenance Company that has been operating for over 10 years and offers a variety of industrial services. We proudly boast a modern fleet and pride ourselves in supplying experienced, highly skilled operators to meet our client needs. Pipe Management Australia are the go-to for municipal councils and major contractors Australia’s wide. We operate across multiple locations throughout New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Our Values Teamwork: We attract and engage professional people who are aligned to working towards achieving success as a team Service: We are committed, passionate, enthusiastic and appreciate the trust our clients give us to provide value for money innovative solutions Safety: We strive for best practise in Health, Safety and the Wellbeing of the Environment Respect: We respect the environment, our equipment and the clients and communities we are lucky enough to work within as well as each other Our Opportunity Due to Company growth, it is exciting to announce that we have a brand new opportunity for an experienced Geospatial Professional to join our successful Technical Services team. This position will be based in our Ingleburn office, willingness to do intrastate and interstate travel on a need’s basis will also be a requirement of this role. You will be passionate about all things geospatial and have the ability to communicate to stakeholders that may not be familiar with geospatial principles or terminology. You will also be accountable for: Providing support for cartographic design and high-quality map production in Esri product solution Experience in Spatial data conversion, systems integration, application’s development and implementation The evaluation of data acquired from Clients Managing individual datasets including database setup and transfer to AGOL. Manipulating Spatial data to create information products to meet Stormwater and Sewer Data Capture Standards including analysis Help in the design and implementation of training plans for both Field and Office Staff Assisting in training in various aspects of Esri’s AGOL Diagnosing and “troubleshooting” problems experienced with the use of software Support users both Field and Office staff when required in relation to Spatial systems Extensive knowledge in Stormwater and Sewer networks In addition to the above skills and ability to bring people along the Geospatial journey, you will also possess: Previous experience working in teams applying geospatial and related technologies to create products and analysis, or to maintain geospatial data infrastructure. A self-starter, work autonomously and takes personal responsibility for work tasks. Work collaboratively as part of a high performing team to deliver projects in a dynamic environment. Experience in applying conceptual and analytical skills with data and information, including the ability to critically assess innovative solutions. Experience with FME (Feature Manipulation Engine) software. Python Coding Experience (desired but not essential). Strong communication skills – oral, written and presentation – including the ability to convey clear information to non-technical audiences. Experience and ability to work in reactive environments including shifting priorities. Tertiary qualifications in geospatial science, geography, GIS, or related fields; or a strong applied geospatial work experience Our Culture & Benefits Full time position Friendly team environment All PPE and uniforms supplied Learning culture to continually build capability within our teams Reward and Recognition Program Employee Assistance Program PMA encourages and fosters an interactive, safe and friendly working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that promotes inclusiveness and welcomes people from all backgrounds. If you would like to be part of our team and align to our ways of working, click APPLY NOW, to send your resume through. • Wed, 05 JunPipe Management Australia
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Advisor, Human Resources » The Rocks, Sydney - Create impact as an Human Resources Advisor Join the largest insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. YOUR ROLE This is a Human Resources Advisor role, in a call centre environment where you will provide guidance, advice, coaching and support to employees and external contact through people policy, process, and systems that is considerate of the people experience and enables a purpose led, high performance culture. You will build close relationships with diverse professionals. You will enjoy the challenge of continuously improving the processes in the HR function. This role is a 6 month fixed term contract, hybrid role based in Sydney at our Darling Park CBD office. Applications close Wednesday 19, June 23.59 AEST ABOUT YOU You'll respond to and resolve queries raised by IAG employees and external contacts, through multiple channels such as phone calls, HR cases and chat function within the agreed service level. You'll assist the wider People Connect team by providing consistent, credible, and timely first point general advice for all IAG employees and external contacts, seeking support in relation to HR enquiries including IAG's Enterprise Agreement and People Policies. Support data validation to ensure data capture is accurate, enables the effective operation of people systems and processes and an optimal people experience. Identify opportunities and trends for our people experience overall and specific business divisions to increase capability and address gaps or learning opportunities as required. You'll contribute to team activities as identified and drive the success and solutions across the team and P&C. You will conduct regular reviews of knowledge articles and processes to identify opportunities to improve the people experience, self-service utilisation and delivery of services. Ensure compliance with relevant IAG people policies and external laws and regulations. You will have a minimum of 12 months experience in a generalist HR or P&C Coordinator role. You'll have knowledge of employment relations frameworks and employment legislation. Strong verbal and written communication, strong time management and prioritisation skills. Preferably you will have tertiary qualification/s in Human Resources. You'll ideally have telephone based customer service skills. ABOUT US IAG is the largest general insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. We're also a tech and research facility, a hub for climate change experts and a centre of resilience design. We chat over coffee with customers, advocate for them in the corridors of Parliament and back them up in the community when life's moments hit hardest. You'll know our brands - NRMA Insurance, CGU, WFI, ROLLiN', AMI, NZI, and State Insurance to name a few. Together they turn our IAG purpose of making your world safer into action by helping, supporting ambitions and making insurance accessible. We celebrate unique viewpoints shaped by life experiences, cultures and passions. We expand careers, genuinely connect with community, lead with a powerful purpose and celebrate what makes you individual. We're guided by the knowledge and voice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, businesses and communities. Collaborating on Indigenous-led solutions that enable growth, develop resilience and create meaningful change. We're passionate about social issues, walk the talk on sustainability and strive to do more than standard on things that matter, including women in senior leadership, Indigenous empowerment and creating inclusive environments. We're committed to being a safe and supportive workplace for all our employees. We do this because we're ready for you. All this shows up in what we offer: Carers and parents' hub and support Grow your career through dynamic secondments Access up to 50% off personal insurance, including home and motor insurance Community volunteer days and team volunteer activities Join great employee network communities Grow your financial future with 13% superannuation as standard Flexibility to shift from your everyday role in times of crisis to support others We're ready for you. Apply today. Learn more about who IAG is here • Sat, 08 JunInsurance Australia Group
Dog Handler » Amberley, Ipswich - The key duties of the position include The Role Proven experience in tracking, obedience, detection and bite training disciplines. Supervision and direction to lower level staff under the direction of the Team Leader. Provide day to day care of canines kenneled at RAAF Security and Fire School. Responsible for training and development of canines from birth to graduation. Records management, data capture and performance monitoring. Perform decoy work using bite suit and hidden sleeve during bite training exercises. About our Team The APS Canine Supply Team are responsible for the entire life cycle of canines bred or purchased at the RAAF Security and Fire School. The role involves participating in canine development activities for canines under their care. The team work in collaboration with ADF trainers and contracted cleaning staff to meet Military Working Dog course requirements. Our Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in utilising modern canine training concepts in tracking, obedience, detection and bite work. The role is physical and the successful candidate will require a high level of physical fitness to perform these duties. Essential to the role is the ability to work in a team environment or autonomously when required. The position will require the successful candidate to both follow direction and provide mentoring to junior team members. • Fri, 07 JunAPS
Geospatial Professional » Ingleburn, Campbelltown Area - Our Company Pipe Management Australia (PMA) is a specialist Utilities Maintenance Company that has been operating for over 10 years and offers a variety of industrial services. We proudly boast a modern fleet and pride ourselves in supplying experienced, highly skilled operators to meet our client needs. Pipe Management Australia are the go-to for municipal councils and major contractors Australia’s wide. We operate across multiple locations throughout New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Our Values Teamwork: We attract and engage professional people who are aligned to working towards achieving success as a team Service: We are committed, passionate, enthusiastic and appreciate the trust our clients give us to provide value for money innovative solutions Safety: We strive for best practise in Health, Safety and the Wellbeing of the Environment Respect: We respect the environment, our equipment and the clients and communities we are lucky enough to work within as well as each other Our Opportunity Due to Company growth, it is exciting to announce that we have a brand new opportunity for an experienced Geospatial Professional to join our successful Technical Services team. This position will be based in our Ingleburn office, willingness to do intrastate and interstate travel on a need’s basis will also be a requirement of this role. You will be passionate about all things geospatial and have the ability to communicate to stakeholders that may not be familiar with geospatial principles or terminology. You will also be accountable for: Providing support for cartographic design and high-quality map production in Esri product solution Experience in Spatial data conversion, systems integration, application’s development and implementation The evaluation of data acquired from Clients Managing individual datasets including database setup and transfer to AGOL. Manipulating Spatial data to create information products to meet Stormwater and Sewer Data Capture Standards including analysis Help in the design and implementation of training plans for both Field and Office Staff Assisting in training in various aspects of Esri’s AGOL Diagnosing and “troubleshooting” problems experienced with the use of software Support users both Field and Office staff when required in relation to Spatial systems Extensive knowledge in Stormwater and Sewer networks In addition to the above skills and ability to bring people along the Geospatial journey, you will also possess: Previous experience working in teams applying geospatial and related technologies to create products and analysis, or to maintain geospatial data infrastructure. A self-starter, work autonomously and takes personal responsibility for work tasks. Work collaboratively as part of a high performing team to deliver projects in a dynamic environment. Experience in applying conceptual and analytical skills with data and information, including the ability to critically assess innovative solutions. Experience with FME (Feature Manipulation Engine) software. Python Coding Experience (desired but not essential). Strong communication skills – oral, written and presentation – including the ability to convey clear information to non-technical audiences. Experience and ability to work in reactive environments including shifting priorities. Tertiary qualifications in geospatial science, geography, GIS, or related fields; or a strong applied geospatial work experience Our Culture & Benefits Full time position Friendly team environment All PPE and uniforms supplied Learning culture to continually build capability within our teams Reward and Recognition Program Employee Assistance Program PMA encourages and fosters an interactive, safe and friendly working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that promotes inclusiveness and welcomes people from all backgrounds. If you would like to be part of our team and align to our ways of working, click APPLY NOW, to send your resume through. • Wed, 05 JunPipe Management Australia
Lead Analyst: Geospatial Stream (Adelaide) » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - A project role with a difference with a unique and rewarding opportunity to make a difference and provide direct and ongoing support to our neurodiverse team members Work within a leading organisation of inclusivity and diversity Lead and support a team of passionate and driven Data Analysts We value experience, and don't require tertiary qualifications Looking to lead and develop a team to deliver Geospatial projects? Are you looking for a fulfilling and purposeful place to work? Do you have 1-2 years' experience working with Geospatial Data and Systems? Then we want to hear from you About Us We are Australian Spatial Analytics, an award-winning non-profit social enterprise creating data solutions for an inclusive workforce. We exist to employ neurodiverse individuals previously locked out of employment to provide B2B professional data & digital engineering services to Federal and State Government Departments and Medium & Large enterprises. In 2021, we won the Diversity Employer of the Year - Women in Digital Award and, more recently, the 2022 Lord Mayor's Business Award for Most Outstanding Social Enterprise. Our team is comprised of over 100 people across three offices; our head office in Brisbane, 2nd office in Melbourne, our 3rd in Cairns, and our newest office in Adelaide. This makes us one of Australia's largest work-integrated social enterprises (WISE), and we're only four years old Our Values Diverse: Fairness through diversity of thought. We embrace neurodiversity and solve problems from different angles. Comprehensive: Our attention to detail leads to high quality service. Compassionate: We understand our employees are human and provide sophisticated support systems to ensure wellbeing at work. Collaborative: We work hard with partners to champion neurodiversity and human-centred technology. About the Role We are seeking an experienced Geospatial Lead to take our skillset and project delivery to the next level. Our current analysts working on our Geospatial projects are young, energetic and ready to learn from an experienced Technical Lead. This leadership role reports to the Program Coordinator in Service Delivery and works within a supportive team. The Geospatial role is yours to make your own. You will be involved in undertaking data capture, data maintenance, quality assurance and analysis whilst supporting system and data enhancement to add value to our clients within a project environment. As we are community organisation it is vital that the role connects with our young team, many who are new to these technical roles. The right candidate will invest in building a thriving culture where all viewpoints can be heard. You will be supported by management to work with young neurodiverse adults, who are incredible Key Accountabilities: Troubleshoot and diagnose problems with complex spatial datasets and workflows. Work under minimal supervision across several defined areas of responsibility including assuming responsibility for specific parts of projects. Maintain a key eye for detail ensuring the quality and accuracy of your own work and that of your team. Provide leadership, mentoring, and training to other team members. Develop resources for the team to assist them in their learning and deliver feedback to team members on areas for improvement. Support timely resolution of customer feedback on technical details of project deliverables. Attend and proactively engage in client and team meetings. Provide work direction and delegate tasks as required. Assist in developing effective project plans to ensure all production deliverables are met in line with timelines and budget. Generate and track production metrics and reports, ensuring efficient production throughput. Manage and maintain process documentation. Required Skills & Experience Minimum of 1-2 years’ experience working within spatial and geographic information systems (ArcGIS, QGIS etc.) or digital engineering systems (AutoCAD, Civil3D, BricsCAD etc). Recognised subject matter expert with technical authority within your stream. Demonstrated experience of working effectively with stakeholders at all levels, driving projects and working for collective success. Experienced in delivering training, managing documentation and reporting. Highly developed communication skills both verbal and written. Experienced problem solver with the ability to identify issues, possible solutions, implement solutions and evaluate outcomes. Why join us: You will be part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team that is diverse and inclusive. We are energetic and love collaborating across teams and our offices in Brisbane, Melbourne and Cairns. This is a rewarding opportunity for you to join our team and help us make a real difference in the lives of our people. You will receive fantastic benefits, including: Competitive salary & salary packaging. Five weeks of annual leave per year pro rata Ongoing professional development opportunities Supportive and inclusive team culture Access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Australian Spatial Analytics is committed to cultivating a vibrant and welcoming work environment, where employees are embraced for their unique qualities and valued for their contributions. Australian Spatial Analytics prides itself on offering a flexible workplace, ongoing support and great career opportunities for all our people. If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience for this role and are excited by joining a mission-driven business, we would love to hear from you. Click apply and submit a cover letter letting us know why you want to work for us. If you have any further questions or to discuss this exciting opportunity further, please contact our Recruitment Coordinator, Mac Donovan, on 0472 536 371 or at careersasanalytics.com.au • Wed, 05 JunAustralian Spatial Analytics LTD

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Analytics Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description We are seeking a highly skilled and passionate Analytics Engineer to join our Data team and contribute to improving the lives of thousands of people. As an Analytics Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and developing robust data products and analytics solutions that enable data-driven decision-making and insights generation. Related to customer facing e-Commerce sites for both our direct to consumer and retail / pharmacy partnerships, medical consulting platform, inventory management and warehousing. Duties and Responsibilities: Design, develop, and maintain scalable and reliable data infrastructure for capturing, storing, and processing data related to medical cannabis therapies. Implement and optimize data pipelines to ensure efficient and accurate transformation. Develop and maintain data models/products that support advanced analytics and reporting requirements. Perform data analysis and profiling to identify data quality issues, inconsistencies, and gaps. Collaborate with analysts, and stakeholders to define analytics requirements and develop analytical solutions. Continuously optimize data processes and workflows to improve efficiency, scalability, and reliability. • Wed, 05 JunMontu
People Safety Officer » North Casino, Richmond Valley - IT'S SAFE TO SAY THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY The primary purpose of the role is to provide efficient and effective delivery of Council’s Safety Management System, and support for Worker’s Compensation. Driving a positive safety culture within the organisation. Key Accountabilities: Deliver and support Council’s Safety Management System, including auditing, programs, document control, incident management, investigations, compliance and reporting Maintain systems and utilise technology, including providing training to end-users, reviewing, and streamlining existing processes and procedures to achieve efficiencies and effectively utilise these systems Accurate and efficient data input and records management using a range of Council data capture devices and systems in accordance with relevant policies, procedures and legislation Undertake thorough inspections of worksites, ensuring they meet the relevant safety requirements and any information provided to the team is of a high standard. Contribute to continuous improvement initiatives and services provided by the role and team to ensure effective, efficient and safe delivery of objectives and maximise utilisation of resources Champion a positive safety culture within the organisation to ensure a safe workplace for our people and the community by monitoring compliance with policies, procedures, legislation, specifications, projects plans, and any other documentation required About You We are looking for motivated individual with strong administration skills and a safety-first focus. You are - Equipped with a sound knowledge of how WHS legislation is applied in the work place Continuously look for ways improve our safety culture and systems to provide the best outcome for our staff and our community Flexible, adaptable and responsive to change and can work well within a small team and autonomously We are seeking someone who has or is willing to obtain: Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety or equivalent and 3 years’ experience in a related environment Construction Induction Certificate (White Card) Class C Driver Licence Return to Work Coordinator training About the Role Full time: 70-hour fortnight Salary: Range from $70,148 to $80,667 pa 11% super Role Description: Click Here Closing date: 11:30pm Sunday, 23 June 2024 Contact: Josh Fuller, People Safety Coordinator - 0436 651 970 NOTE : As the activities of this position could involve exposure to Hepatitis A and B and Q Fever, the employee will be vaccinated against these hazards or required to provide proof of immunity against these diseases. About Richmond Valley The Richmond Valley LGA is the base of the Northern Rivers region of NSW; Tweed Heads, Byron Shire, Lismore Shire and Ballina Shire. The area is around three hours from Brisbane, less than an hour to Byron Bay and 30 minutes to Lismore. Richmond Valley and our surrounding areas are some of the most beautiful and desired in the country. Why wait in bumper-to-bumper traffic when you can drive past the gorgeous beaches, through rolling hills and fully embrace the benefits of regional living. Your "office" will range from beautiful coastal villages and country towns to vast fertile farm lands. The region's community is welcoming and friendly, which is why it has become a popular location for sea and tree changers who have had enough of traffic jams, congestion and long work hours. We are proud to have won multiple awards for our culture including: Outstanding Employer of the Year by NSW Northern Business Chamber, and Large Employer of the Year by Training NSW. Richmond Valley has a generous Leave Management Policy including three weeks sick leave, compassionate leave, and volunteer leave to name a few. Our Health & Wellbeing Program includes Fitness Passports, free yoga each week, free meditation and a fun Health & Wellbeing day alongside many other initiatives. We are a strong believer in developing those who want to learn more, master their field or enter a new one, our Learning & Development strategy supports professional growth that aligns to organisational need. Leadership is very important to Richmond Valley and we invest every year in our Leadership team with the aim of making all staff at Council empowered and engaged. Please visit Working With Us for more detail regarding benefits Richmond Valley Council has to offer and here for more information about the Regional Job Precincts. Our Values Integrity and Passion The Way We Do Business We lead by example. We take responsibility. We do what we say. We embrace change. We are community focused. We are in this together To Apply PLEASE NOTE: Once you start your online application, you cannot save and return to it later. You may wish to prepare your responses in a Word document and then copy and paste these into the fields below. Please review the Role Description , outlining the key responsibilities and requirements of the role. We encourage you to speak with the contact person listed above to understand whether this is the right role for you. Complete the questions below, demonstrating your skill, experience and interpersonal suitability for the role. Click " Next ". Attach your resume. (You may also attach a cover letter - this is optional). The names of your documents should not contain any characters other than letters, numbers and spaces. Click " Next ". Review your application to ensure everything is correct. Click " Confirm " to submit your application. • Wed, 05 JunRichmond Valley Council
Clerical Officer » Perth Airport, Belmont Area - dnata is one of the most recognised ground services companies in the world and we are looking for motivated, passionate, team focused and energized employees, to complete the job on hand and to deliver on the promises to our customers. Does this sound like you? If so, read on…. Our Perth Airport Cargo site is looking to expand their customer service team. Some of the key responsibilities of the role are (but not limited to): All Customer Service Duties Answering and attending to majority telephone enquiries. Monitoring and answering customer service emails. Phoning shipments out to Agents/Consignees/Personal Effects Liaise with Warehouse re Bond Checks and monitor them Track & Trace Missing cargo / Found cargo investigations Assist with Quarantine Inspections / Destructions / Seizures and Abandon shipments. Rotations set up Training future Customer Service Staff Import related functions · Processing of customer collections · ULD documentation processing · Completion of UCR · Security compliance · Ability to learn and use Hermes system. · Processing of empty ULD returns · Ability to learn and understand ABF & DAFF regulations · Personal Effect phone outs and ability to relay information for collection. · Processing of Interline Trucking requests and adhere to procedures. · Compliance to Airline requirements · Processing of Domestic cargo transfers · Processing of Pharma shipments and documentation compliance Export related functions · Ability to learn and understand security compliance – EACE · Processing of export cargo deliveries. · Compliance to Airline requirements & documentation · ULD documentation processing · Acceptance of dangerous goods · Acceptance of Pharma shipments & documentation compliance · RACA Compliance · Data capturing of airwaybills in line with IATA regulations · Hermes compliance and understanding. Additional Duties Front counter customer service (imports) Assisting front counter on busy days Completing Import VCT's Processing payments of invoices for non-account holders And other duties as required Skills, Experience and Licenses: Current WA Driver's License; Previous experience in an Operational environment where SOP's were in place; Intermediate computer skills; Excellent communication skills – Verbal and Written; High level of customer service skills; Understands the importance of meeting Service Level Agreements (SLA's); Excellent team player with a positive/can-do attitude; Works in a Safe Manner at all times; Reliable, trustworthy and has the ability to work independently. Remember if you are passionate to develop your aviation career and becoming a key member of the dnata team at Perth International Airport this is your chance Working for dnata at the airport there are a few must haves for you to be successful: You need to have Australian / New Zealand citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency You must be willing to undertake a Pre-employment medical test You must be willing to undergo an Australian Federal Police Security check You will also need for some of the roles a valid driver’s license Basic – Intermediate computer skills Excellent communication skills – Verbal and Written High level of customer service skills Available to work on a rotating roster What we offer in return: Opportunity to work for a Global company Great team environment Extensive training and support • Mon, 03 Jundnata
Investigator » Gold Coast, Gold Coast Region - G8 Education is one of Australia’s largest early education and care providers, with more than 400 centres across Australia and over 10,000 team members who are all helping shape the lives of over 50,000 children every day. Our core values of passion, innovation, dedication, compassion, and integrity, unite us on our journey to ensure the health and happiness of future generations where we are committed to developing a culture that empowers and rewards our family of early childhood educators, teachers, leaders, and support office team members. The Opportunity The Investigator is responsible for conducting thorough investigations, utilising due process and detailed documentation, into child safety incidents or allegations, compliance breaches, incidents under the Reportable Conduct Scheme, Whistleblower complaints, G8 Education policies and procedures, and other complaints, allegations or issues as part of G8’s Investigation Framework. This role is a national role with investigations occurring across the G8 business and centre network. Your day-to-day No two days are the same; this role is diverse, with depth and breadth to cement your career, now and into the future. Areas of core responsibility include, but are not limited to: Conducting thorough investigations, utilising due process and detailed documentation, into child safety incidents or allegations, compliance breaches, incidents under the Reportable Conduct Scheme, Whistleblower complaints, G8 Education policies and procedures and other complaint, allegations or issues as part of G8’s Investigation Framework. Collection of data captured throughout the investigation process to identify exceptions, trends, and key risk indicators. Prepare comprehensive reports providing clear and concise conclusions. Internal and external management of all parties whilst maintaining a strong and reputable relationship to achieve results Communicating and implementing improvement opportunities identified throughout the investigation process and contributing to the continual improvement of G8’s national Investigation Framework. Positively influence G8 Educations culture to ensure investigations are conducted in a fair and just manner and investigation outcomes/actions prevent a recurrence. About You You are someone who thrives in a fast-paced and engaging work environment. You value great partnerships, you’re collaborative, you always strive for excellence, and you own the outcomes. Some of the required skills and experiences to be successful in this role: Strong understanding of practices, processes, policies and legislative frameworks. Excellent knowledge of legislative, regulatory, risk, and policy frameworks affecting the requirements of government corporations Demonstrated interpersonal and communications skills for conducting interviews, well-developed report writing skills, and proven and effective stakeholder management skills Early learning and education sector experience desirable Ability to work in an agile environment Effective handling of case management involving sensitive information Benefits Include: Flexible working arrangements and WFH offered. Fully funded investigator course to upskill your skillset to foster your success in this role. Company travel and professional networking. Access to our employee assistant program offering mental/physical wellbeing counseling Join our social club with monthly events - there is something for everyone Access a 50% discount on early education and childcare fees at any G8 Education Centre Exclusive access to our employee benefits program covering a wide range of discounts and promotions Dedicated focus on professional growth and development This is a rare opportunity; if you want a diverse, challenging, and personally fulfilling role, apply now Please note the advertising closing date is indicative only. G8 Education reserves the right to close the advertisement before this date is reached. Therefore, it is encouraged that you submit your application as soon as possible. G8 Education is a committed advocate for child protection, safety, and wellbeing. We have zero-tolerance for any form of child abuse or harm. The safety and well-being of children will always be our priority and all team members are expected to embrace this shared commitment. • Mon, 03 JunG8 Education
Cargo Clerical Staff » Melbourne Airport, Hume Area - dnata is one of the most recognised ground services companies in the world and we are looking for motivated, passionate, team focused and energized employees, to complete the job on hand and to deliver on the promises to our customers. Does this sound like you? If so read on…. Our Melbourne Airport Cargo facility is looking to expand their customer service team. Some of the key responsibilities of the role are (but not limited to): All Customer Service Duties Answering and attending to majority telephone enquiries. Monitoring and answering customer service emails. Phoning shipments out to Agents/Consignees/Personal Effects Liaise with Warehouse re Bond Checks and monitor them Track & Trace Missing cargo / Found cargo investigations Assist with Quarantine Inspections / Destructions / Seizures and Abandon shipments. Rotations set up Training future Customer Service Staff Import related functions · Processing of customer collections · ULD documentation processing · Completion of UCR · Security compliance · Ability to learn and use Hermes system. · Processing of empty ULD returns · Ability to learn and understand ABF & DAFF regulations · Personal Effect phone outs and ability to relay information for collection. · Processing of Interline Trucking requests and adhere to procedures. · Compliance to Airline requirements · Processing of Domestic cargo transfers · Processing of Pharma shipments and documentation compliance Export related functions · Ability to learn and understand security compliance – EACE · Processing of export cargo deliveries. · Compliance to Airline requirements & documentation · ULD documentation processing · Acceptance of dangerous goods · Acceptance of Pharma shipments & documentation compliance · RACA Compliance · Data capturing of airwaybills in line with IATA regulations · Hermes compliance and understanding. Additional Duties Front counter customer service (imports) Assisting front counter on busy days Completing Import VCT's Processing payments of invoices for non-account holders And other duties as required Skills, Experience and Licenses: Current VIC Driver's License; Previous experience in an Operational environment where SOP's were in place; Intermediate computer skills; Excellent communication skills – Verbal and Written; High level of customer service skills; Understands the importance of meeting Service Level Agreements (SLA's); Excellent team player with a positive/can-do attitude; Works in a Safe Manner at all times; Reliable, trustworthy and has the ability to work independently. Remember if you are passionate to develop your aviation career and becoming a key member of the dnata team at Melbourne Airport this is your chance Working for dnata at the airport there are a few must haves for you to be successful: You need to have Australian / New Zealand citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency You must be willing to undertake a Pre-employment medical test You must be willing to undergo an Australian Federal Police Security check You will also need for some of the roles a valid driver’s license Basic – Intermediate computer skills Excellent communication skills – Verbal and Written High level of customer service skills Available to work on a rotating roster What we offer in return: Opportunity to work for a Global company Great team environment Extensive training and support After you have applied, and we believe you would be a potential perfect fit in our business, you will be contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date. • Sat, 01 Jundnata
Survey Manager » New Auckland, Gladstone - Job Posting End Date June 29, 2024 Job Location Auckland The Fulton Hogan Life Life at Fulton Hogan is about making the most of the opportunities, taking responsibility, having a crack, being accountable and making it happen. We live by our REAL values - Respect, Energy & Effort, Attitude, Leadership - and we demonstrate these through the good work we do, every day, as one team. Welcome to our Fulton Hogan Family | Nau mai haere mai ki tā mātou whānau SH1 Papakura to Drury Stage 1B1 (Stage 1B1) is part of a staged upgrade to improve SH1 and adjacent multi modal travel reliability, access, and safety. Part of Auckland's Supporting Growth Programme and funded by the New Zealand Upgrade Programme (NZUP). Stage 1B1 ties into Stage 1A, NIMT Bridges, and a consented Stage 1B2 to complete a combined 6km of three laned SH1 in both directions, five new motorway bridges and multiple interfacing local roads, over motorway bridges, Shared User Paths (SUPs) and upgraded utilities. Reporting directly to the Construction Manager, you'll be accountable for leading a team of surveyors delivering the wider survey needs for the Project. Your strengths will include being an excellent communicator & collaborative solutions focused leader within multi-disciplinary teams. People are at the heart of all we do and as such you will be able to demonstrate track record in developing & mentoring teams and individuals at all levels. Our ideal candidate will have a very strong understanding and working knowledge of construction survey methodologies. You will have a proven track record in the delivery of large Civil Engineering projects and be ready for your next challenge to further your career. Good Work equals Good Benefits Medical insurance for you and your family Life insurance from day one. KiwiSaver employer contributions after service milestones up to 7%. Fuel discount card. Parental leave top-up payment with additional return to work support. Family scholarships. Ongoing training and development, career growth and progression opportunities. Great discounts at a wide range of retailers. At Fulton Hogan, we genuinely care about the wellbeing of our people and giving them the tools and opportunities they need to succeed and grow with us. We're looking for someone with: An appropriate tertiary qualification in Surveying and experience in Civil Engineering Construction Minimum of 8-10 years' experience in a similar level role, preferably on a large significant project Experience with Civil3D or similar CAD package Good leadership skills and the ability to lead by example and work collaboratively with staff at all levels. Excellent communication and relationship management abilities, dealing with both clients and wider stakeholder groups. Strong business acumen with the ability to manage the financial responsibilities of your survey budgets. Use survey software for draughting & modelling to produce survey drawings, calculations, engineering designs and report volumes. Understanding and experience with 3D machine control Experience in digital engineering and integration of survey data capture into GIS systems. Management of all survey data and accurate monthly quantity measures. Geotechnical monitoring and sensor networks including analysis and reporting. Creating, Connecting and caring for the community Our people regularly donate their time to local causes and initiatives, while at a regional and national level we provide financial support, skills and resources to a wide range of organisations that are strengthening our communities. Our focus aims to also reduce our impact on the environment, and regenerate healthy new ecosystems. We look to partner with others to lift the standards of our industry and show customers lower-impact, sustainable ways of delivering infrastructure. Learn more about us: Homepage - Fulton Hogan and make an application to join our growing industry. Leadership LandSurveying SouthAuckland All successful candidates must under-go and pass a pre-employment medical and drug screen prior to employment. All successful candidates must under-go and pass a pre-employment medical and drug screen. We celebrate and embrace diversity across our business and are committed to equal employment opportunities. We believe in the value that diversity brings to our team and people who share our REAL values are encouraged to apply • Sat, 01 JunFulton Hogan
Boutique Manager - Piaget, Sydney » The Rocks, Sydney - MISSION The Boutique Manager is responsible for the development and optimization of the boutique performance and profitability by managing the boutique team, ensuring excellence in boutique operations and client service. He/She is the warrant of the achievement of the business targets in his/her boutique by ensuring an exceptional client experience and operational excellence. As a leader, he/she manages his/her teams in line with the Maison's values and supports talent development for individual careers and collective team performance. RESPONSIBILITIES Boutique Performance: Define together with the Retail Manager (Brand Manager) the annual strategy and objectives of the Boutique. Monitor sales targets and KPI's (defined by the Retail Manager and the Brand) and implement annual action plans. Develop partnerships with concierges and intermediates with clear goals and guidelines. Implement Retail guidelines and tools defined by your Retail Manager and the Brand. Make regular benchmark in your mall / street / city to control your market share and define business opportunities. Provide monthly reporting to your Retail Manager (sales, traffic, KPIs, follow up, missed sales, stock issues, CS, discount…) and propose corrective actions. Clients' treatment : Behave as an Ambassador of the Brand inside and outside the Boutique. Provide the highest level of service and care to all customers. Provide a "wow" treatment to your clients as many times as you can. Handle with the highest professionalism all customer service and client issues and involve your Retail Manager and Brand Manager if needed. Implement an effective data capture & follow up system for clients, prospects, CS and reservations and make regular checks with the team. To be used during daily briefings. Team management: Direct Management of Boutique staff and daily control of security guards. Animate daily brief according to guidelines. Make regular "one to one" meetings with your sales staff. Evaluate your sales staff through the annual PMP process, fix their objectives and KPI's according to guidelines and make regular assessment during the year. Propose and discuss with the Retail Manager, your staff evolution plans in terms of benefits, bonus and career development. Delegate operational activities and establish clear responsibilities within your team. Diffuse and animate your team with commercial actions (challenges, incentives, events) and information about the Brand's activity. Transmit and control the relevant documents (invoices, third party commissions…) to your Retail Manager for the calculation of individual monthly commissions and incentives. Coach your staff "on the job" and make sure they have appropriate trainings to reach their targets in terms of sales, KPI's… Make sure on a daily basis that the grooming guidelines are fully respected. Establish with your Retail Manager the mapping of your boutique teams (with Insights or other local tools) and make sure you recruit complementary profiles and constitute teams who are able to achieve objectives. Ensure sales planning and vacations are made properly in accordance with Business necessities. Establish the yearly training plan in coordination with your Retail Manager. Develop a Business oriented approach and positive mindset in your boutique, through role plays, team building. Boutique operations: Implement guidelines defined by your Retail Manager and the Brand to ensure full compliance with sales, financial and security procedures. Ensure Boutique check list is fully implemented and that Brand's guidelines are respected with no exception (merchandising, catering…). Analyze Mystery shopping feed backs with your Retail Manager and set up corrective action plans. Organize CRM activities within the boutiques as per guidelines. Propose and manage events in the Boutique to develop new clients, drive sales, and enhance the Piaget presence in the market place. Control of the quality of the data base per sales staff. Handle relationships and commissions with intermediates and third parties (tour guides, concierges…) according to guidelines. Control of the Boutique expenses: discounts, gifts, T&E… Make sure daily traffic is correctly counted on a daily basis. Make sure your boutique is properly maintained (lights, furniture…) and take corrective actions. Control the quality of the stock (scratches, movements, batteries for quartz watches…) and make sure all pieces are handled with extra care and in perfect selling conditions SKILLS Professional: A minimum of five to seven years prior management experience and background in luxury activities (retail or service) is required Foreign languages not essential but preferred (English a must) Computer knowledge in Microsoft; knowledge of SAP is a plus. Personal: Excellent Presentation Passion for service and client orientation Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational and problem solving abilities Entrepreneurship spirit Ability to prospect outside the boutique People's Management • Sat, 01 JunRichemont
Analyst, Analytics & Insights » Sydney, Sydney Region - Analyst – Clerk Grade 7/8 Public Service Commission We are looking for an experienced Analyst to join our Analytics and Insights team to perform data analysis and generate insights to shape the development of public sector workforce policy and initiatives. High profile agency Ongoing opportunity Attractive remuneration package Flexible working This is an exciting time to join our organisation as we are engaged in a major transformation of our data capture and architecture, providing new opportunities for analysis. The Public Service Commission collects quantitative and qualitative data on the whole of the NSW Public Sector workforce, the largest workforce in Australia. This is a great opportunity for anyone who would like their analysis and insights to be able to influence decision-making and make a genuine difference. We are looking for individuals who can: Compile, organise and analyse large data sets using various analytical and statistical techniques Generate insights and communicate these effectively through data visualisations and clear, concise commentary Apply data governance principles to manage and resolve data quality issues Engage, consult and communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders Work collaboratively as part of a team in a fast-paced, high-volume environment For this role we are looking for an analyst with demonstrated workplace experience and proficiency coding SQL and developing PowerBI dashboards. Experience working with workforce data and metrics will be highly regarded. To find out more, view the Role Description. Why work at the PSC? We are a proud employer of a diverse workforce. We work on projects that contribute to smarter ways of working, attracting a high-performing workforce, and fostering an inclusive and ethical public sector. We value your wellbeing and work life balance, offering up to 20 days of recreation leave per year, leave loading, and flex leave. We understand flexibility is different for everyone and welcome discussions about how roles can be undertaken flexibly. We support and empower our employees to do their best and bring their whole selves to the workplace. Applying for the role Applicants must apply through http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au (search by job reference number 0000ALH6 ). The assessment process will include a range of assessment techniques to assist in determining your suitability for the role. To help you with your application, we have practice application and interview questions via the Capability Application Tool , found here For the initial application process submit your resume and a short covering letter outlining your relevant skills and experience and answer any pre-screening questions in the online application form. For questions about the role , please contact Libi Vandy, Principal Analyst on 02 9272 6055. If you need any reasonable adjustments to enable you to submit your application or to take part in the recruitment process, please contact Sarah Bassett on 02 4677 6557 or PSC_HRpsc.nsw.gov.au . Find out more Working at the PSC Applying for a role in the NSW Public Service Please visit our website to learn more about the workings of the PSC: http://psc.nsw.gov.au/ Talent Pool Applicants not initially offered a role but who have been assessed through the recruitment process as being suitable will be placed in a Talent Pool to fill future vacancies as they arise. Placement in the Talent Pool remains valid for 18 months Closing Date: Thursday, 13 June 2024 (at 11.59pm) We encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, disability, ethnicity, cultural background, or sexual orientation. • Thu, 30 MayJobsNSW
Customer Service (Cargo Clerical) » Australia - dnata is one of the most recognised ground services companies in the world and we are looking for motivated, passionate, team focused and energized employees, to complete the job on hand and to deliver on the promises to our customers. Does this sound like you? If so, read on…. Our Sydney Airport Cargo and Matraville Cargo sites are looking to expand their customer service team. Some of the key responsibilities of the role are (but not limited to): All Customer Service Duties Answering and attending to majority telephone enquiries. Monitoring and answering customer service emails. Phoning shipments out to Agents/Consignees/Personal Effects Liaise with Warehouse re Bond Checks and monitor them Track & Trace Missing cargo / Found cargo investigations Assist with Quarantine Inspections / Destructions / Seizures and Abandon shipments. Rotations set up Training future Customer Service Staff Import related functions · Processing of customer collections · ULD documentation processing · Completion of UCR · Security compliance · Ability to learn and use Hermes system. · Processing of empty ULD returns · Ability to learn and understand ABF & DAFF regulations · Personal Effect phone outs and ability to relay information for collection. · Processing of Interline Trucking requests and adhere to procedures. · Compliance to Airline requirements · Processing of Domestic cargo transfers · Processing of Pharma shipments and documentation compliance Export related functions · Ability to learn and understand security compliance – EACE · Processing of export cargo deliveries. · Compliance to Airline requirements & documentation · ULD documentation processing · Acceptance of dangerous goods · Acceptance of Pharma shipments & documentation compliance · RACA Compliance · Data capturing of airwaybills in line with IATA regulations · Hermes compliance and understanding. Additional Duties Front counter customer service (imports) Assisting front counter on busy days Completing Import VCT's Processing payments of invoices for non-account holders And other duties as required Skills, Experience and Licenses: Current NSW Driver's License; Previous experience in an Operational environment where SOP's were in place; Intermediate computer skills; Excellent communication skills – Verbal and Written; High level of customer service skills; Understands the importance of meeting Service Level Agreements (SLA's); Excellent team player with a positive/can-do attitude; Works in a Safe Manner at all times; Reliable, trustworthy and has the ability to work independently. Remember if you are passionate to develop your aviation career and becoming a key member of the dnata team at Sydney International Airport this is your chance Working for dnata at the airport there are a few must haves for you to be successful: You need to have Australian / New Zealand citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency You must be willing to undertake a Pre-employment medical test You must be willing to undergo an Australian Federal Police Security check You will also need for some of the roles a valid driver’s license Basic – Intermediate computer skills Excellent communication skills – Verbal and Written High level of customer service skills Available to work on a rotating roster What we offer in return: Opportunity to work for a Global company Great team environment Extensive training and support After you have applied, and we believe you would be a potential perfect fit in our business, you will be contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date. • Thu, 30 Maydnata
Senior Registry Officer (Data Management) (355412) » Tasmania, Australia - We encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people living with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, mature age workers and LGBTIQA people. The Department of Justice supports reasonable adjustment requests in any stage of the assessment process to remove barriers and facilitate full participation in all aspects of employment for applicants with disability. If you have individual requirements that need to be accommodated in order to participate in an interview or recruitment activity, please inform the contact listed at the end of this vacancy. We are a diverse and inclusive workplace and understand the importance of flexible working arrangements. Talk to us about how this could work for you. Hours per fortnight 73.50 hours per fortnight - flexible options available. Duties Coordinate the development and implementation of system and data projects that includes security for the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Conduct research relating to best practice data management and system development options and provide solutions, proposals and recommendations. Provide subject matter expertise and advice to stakeholders on legislation, policies and procedures, online services, provide data analysis, facilitate data requests and statistical reporting to a variety of jurisdictions. Develop, implement and maintain operational procedures and practices ensuring consistency with new initiatives, legislation and best practice data management principles. Provide comprehensive advice and support to the Manager, Births, Deaths and Marriages. Liaise with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and other stakeholders regarding data capture and coding. Provide training and support staff in all areas of the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, as required. Pre-employment Checks The Head of State Service has determined that the person nominated for this vacancy is to satisfy a pre-employment check before taking up the appointment, promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted: 1. Pre-employment checks • Arson and fire setting • Violent crimes and crimes against the person • Sex-related offences • Drug and alcohol related offences • Crimes involving dishonesty • Crimes involving deception • Making false declarations • Malicious damage and destruction to property • Serious traffic offences • Crimes against public order or relating to the Administration of Law and Justice • Crimes against Executive or the Legislative Power • Crimes involving Conspiracy 2. Disciplinary action in previous employment. 3. Identification check. Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents Statement of Duties (355412) Senior Registry Officer (Data Management) - March 2024.docx Statement of Duties (355412) Senior Registry Officer (Data Management) - March 2024.pdf Information for Applicants (DOJ) Short Form Application.docx Information for Applicants (DOJ) Short Form Application.pdf FAQs Short Form Application.docx FAQs Short Form Application.pdf How to apply To apply, please provide a Short Form Application which is a 1-2 page covering letter outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties, and a copy of your current Resumé/CV. We do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria. Please note if you submit the details of your referees with your application the Selection Panel may contact them without notifying you. Please apply online by clicking the 'Apply Now' button. Refer to the 'Information for Applicants (DOJ)' document for further information. Please note, attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. If you are unable to submit your application online, please contact the Department of Justice Recruitment Team on (03) 6165 4904. For more information Ann Owen Registrar - Births, Deaths & Marriages ann.owenjustice.tas.gov.au Phone: (03) 6165 3451 Reasonable Adjustment Queries Organisational Development and Design Team (03) 6165 7603 • Thu, 30 MayTasmanian Government Jobs
Data Scientist » Southport, Gold Coast - Job Description This is an exciting opportunity for a Data Scientist to help translate child developmental data captured through digital health technologies into actionable clinical insights. The Tracking Cube is a ready for translation, holistic co-designed solution to monitor child health and neurodevelopment in primary healthcare, with embedded digital tools that guide ongoing screening, early and accurate diagnosis and support for children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., ADHD, FASD, ASD). We are looking for a Data Scientist to organise and analyse large amounts of raw information to find patterns that will help improve our digital tracking system. We will rely on you to build data products to extract valuable business and clinical insights. In this role, you should be highly analytical with a knack for cleaning messy healthcare data, analysis, math and statistics. Critical thinking and problem-solving skills are essential for interpreting data. We also want to see a passion for machine-learning and research. Your goal will be to help our team analyse trends to make better decisions. Experiences of working with real world health dataset is desirable. About you The occupant of this position will hold a Masters Degree in Data Science, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering or a related quantitative field or equivalent qualifications/work experience. Greater than two (2) years of experience in a similar role. Strong analytical programming skills with SQL, R, Python or similar. Experience with data visualisation (e.g., Looker Studio, Tableau), dashboarding, and data pipeline tools. Strong communication skills, particularly in relation to presenting complex data in a succinct and accessible form for technical and non-technical audiences. Analytical mind and business acumen. What we can offer This is a fixed term (2 years), full time position and will be based at the Griffith University Gold Coast campus. As Griffith is a multi-campus University you may be required to work across other campus locations. Griffith University's campuses are located on the lands of the Yugarabul, Yuggera, Jagera, Turrbal, Yugambeh and Kombumerri peoples. Salary Range The full time equivalent base salary for a Data Scientist (Senior Research Assistant, Grade 1) is in the range $88,995 - $99,367 per annum 17% superannuation. The total FTE package will be in the range $104,124 - $116,259 per annum. • Thu, 30 MayGriffith University
Operations Centre Coordinator » Essendon, Moonee Valley - The Organisation Proudly serving Australians since 1928, the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) provides emergency road, aeromedical and primary health services for people in rural and remote Australia. We believe in creating opportunities so all Victorians have the choice to access essential primary health care services. Mobile Patient Care (MPC) offers Non-Emergency Patient Transport primarily in Victoria and New South Wales. We work with a large fleet of ambulances and support our transport services with RFDS aircraft. MPC provides clinical care for people travelling from home to hospital, hospital to hospital and hospital to home, as well as transport to and from specialist clinics. The position: The Operations Centre Coordinator coordinates non-emergency patient transports, conveying patients with a range of medical conditions in accordance with RFDS policies and procedures and Non-Emergency Patient Transport clinical protocols and regulations. The position contributes to operational communications, dispatch Mobile Patient Care (MPC) crews and supervises the day-to-day running of shifts and manages their welfare and fatigue. Duties and responsibilities include: Dispatching, coordinating and support road personnel Receiving incoming calls and/or online bookings and facilitating patient transfers Assisting with daily vehicle and equipment servicing issues Communicating effectively and providing service recovery Maintaining online databases for effective record-keeping and data analysis Working collaboratively with the leadership and roster team enabling a positive and efficient patient focused culture and working on short-term scheduling solutions Qualifications and experience required: Previous experience in an organisational or logistical team Good knowledge of medical terminology and medical conditions or capacity to gain this knowledge Good computer skills including word, excel, email and use of data capture programs Ability to work well under pressure, ability to plan, organise, coordinate, prioritise multiple tasks and solve problems Availability to work a 7 day week, 24 hour rotating roster Mandatory requirements: The right to live and work in Australia 2 Covid vaccinations booster Annual Influenza vaccination Victorian Drivers Licence Willing to undertake and National Police Check Willing to hold a working with children check (Desirable) What can working for RFDS offer you: Work for Australia's most reputable charity (11 out of 12 years) and most trusted charity (last 3 years) Work for your community providing high-quality non-emergency patient care in an organisation committed to staff and patient safety and wellbeing. Generous penalties and overtime allowances Access to salary packaging for all employees, including our casuals A less stressful environment than in emergency/pre-hospital care The Royal Flying Doctors Service, Victoria, is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from individuals of underrepresented backgrounds to apply, including but not limited to, those from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, culturally and linguistically diverse and LGBTQI communities. Please note all applicants require the right to work in Australia. • Wed, 29 MayRoyal Flying Doctor Service
Operations Centre Coordinator » Sale, Wellington Area - The Organisation Proudly serving Australians since 1928, the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) provides emergency road, aeromedical and primary health services for people in rural and remote Australia. We believe in creating opportunities so all Victorians have the choice to access essential primary health care services. Mobile Patient Care (MPC) offers Non-Emergency Patient Transport primarily in Victoria and New South Wales. We work with a large fleet of ambulances and support our transport services with RFDS aircraft. MPC provides clinical care for people travelling from home to hospital, hospital to hospital and hospital to home, as well as transport to and from specialist clinics. The position: The Operations Centre Coordinator coordinates non-emergency patient transports, conveying patients with a range of medical conditions in accordance with RFDS policies and procedures and Non-Emergency Patient Transport clinical protocols and regulations. The position contributes to operational communications, dispatch Mobile Patient Care (MPC) crews and supervises the day-to-day running of shifts and manages their welfare and fatigue. Duties and responsibilities include: Dispatching, coordinating and support road personnel Receiving incoming calls and/or online bookings and facilitating patient transfers Assisting with daily vehicle and equipment servicing issues Communicating effectively and providing service recovery Maintaining online databases for effective record-keeping and data analysis Working collaboratively with the leadership and roster team enabling a positive and efficient patient focused culture and working on short-term scheduling solutions Qualifications and experience required: Previous experience in an organisational or logistical team Good knowledge of medical terminology and medical conditions or capacity to gain this knowledge Good computer skills including word, excel, email and use of data capture programs Ability to work well under pressure, ability to plan, organise, coordinate, prioritise multiple tasks and solve problems Availability to work a 7 day week, 24 hour rotating roster Mandatory requirements: The right to live and work in Australia 2 Covid vaccinations booster Annual Influenza vaccination Victorian Drivers Licence Willing to undertake and National Police Check Willing to hold a working with children check (Desirable) What can working for RFDS offer you: Work for Australia's most reputable charity (11 out of 12 years) and most trusted charity (last 3 years) Work for your community providing high-quality non-emergency patient care in an organisation committed to staff and patient safety and wellbeing. Generous penalties and overtime allowances Access to salary packaging for all employees, including our casuals A less stressful environment than in emergency/pre-hospital care The Royal Flying Doctors Service, Victoria, is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from individuals of underrepresented backgrounds to apply, including but not limited to, those from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, culturally and linguistically diverse and LGBTQI communities. Please note all applicants require the right to work in Australia. • Wed, 29 MayRoyal Flying Doctor Service
Mobile Service Maintainer (Electrical) » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - At Alstom, we understand transport networks and what moves people. From high-speed trains, metros, monorails, and trams, to turnkey systems, services, infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility, we offer our diverse customers the broadest portfolio in the industry. Every day, 80,000 colleagues lead the way to greener and smarter mobility worldwide, connecting cities as we reduce carbon and replace cars. Your future role Take on a new challenge and apply your administrative expertise in a new cutting-edge field. You'll report to Senior Superintendent - Outstations, and work alongside a close-knit team of service/maintenance professionals. You'll play a critical role in ensuring the smooth operation and optimal performance of our QNGR fleet at the Mayne Stabling Yard in Bowen Hills and at several other train stations across Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. We'll look to you for: Performing fault diagnosis, identification and rectification on both electrical and mechanical systems. Supporting in-service faults and providing technical support to drivers as required. Performing damage and vandalism repairs as required including data capture and effective use of the system (SAP). Assisting in the identification and production of vehicle modification programs to improve reliability and maintainability. Performing technical modifications as necessary. Providing on-call support as required. All about you We value passion and attitude over experience. That's why we don't expect you to have every single skill. Instead, we've listed some that we think will help you succeed and grow in this role: The ability to thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. A team player, who is willing to go the next step for the team and our customer. The ability to participate in a rotating shift roster. Demonstrated experience in a similar role maintaining and repairing electrical and mechanical systems. A relevant trade qualification in Electrical or Engineering - Mechanical. A current QLD Electrical licence. Things you'll enjoy Join us on a life-long transformative journey - the rail industry is here to stay, so you can grow and develop new skills and experiences throughout your career. You'll also: Play a critical role in supporting the safe operation of trains for QLD. Have the opportunity to develop your career in global industry leader. Receive 18 weeks paid parental leave. Have access to a free corporate gym membership. Receive free salary continuity insurance. Be eligible for Bridging Leave (extra leave days each year). Have free access to Alstom University (1000's of courses and learning material). You don't need to be a train enthusiast to thrive with us. We guarantee that when you step onto one of our trains with your friends or family, you'll be proud. If you're up for the challenge, we'd love to hear from you Important to note As a global business, we're an equal-opportunity employer that celebrates diversity across the 70 countries we operate in. We're committed to creating an inclusive workplace for everyone. An agile, inclusive and responsible culture is the foundation of our company where diverse people are offered excellent opportunities to grow, learn and advance in their careers. We are committed to encouraging our employees to reach their full potential, while valuing and respecting them as individuals. We are an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourage women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people with disability and other minority groups to apply. We recognise that embracing flexibility & inclusivity is the smarter way of working. Please speak with us about your individual needs or if any workplace adjustments are required. If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process please email: hr.accessibilityalstomgroup.com. For internal applicants, please ensure you confirm your eligibility to apply with your Supervisor and relevant Human Resources representative prior to submitting an application. As part of the application process, you will be required to undergo pre-employment reference and medical checks, including drug and alcohol testing. • Sun, 26 MayAlstom
2817 - Senior Systems Administrator » Queensland, Australia - Date Posted: 2022-07-28-07:00 Country: Australia Location: AUSQLD118: Carole Park QLD, 2-4 Ron Boyle Crescent, Carole Park, QLD, 4300, Australia Highly skilled and professional national team Leading Defence Contractor committed to driving strategic growth Leadership and career pathways available An opportunity is now available with Raytheon Australia for a Senior Systems Administrator. At Raytheon Australia, we draw the brightest minds and give them work that excites them while continuously developing an environment for learning to maintain a highly-skilled, world-class workforce. If you are seeking a fun team environment with a role that demands independence and accountability for strategic projects and deliverables, then apply now The Senior System Administrator will support end users with daily operational issues and develop processes within the system and ensure they are documented within process library to continuously improve operations and data capture. Additional responsibilities include assistance and guidance to end users, management and loading of data inputs, ensuring correctness, uniformity, and completeness, allowing the system to operate effectively including the setup or archiving of data based on program commencement or closure. Key Responsibilities Design, implement, and maintain core elements of the supply chain module, including the creation, input, and archiving of data. Review and audit data for correctness and completeness. Work with stakeholders to develop workflows, adaptiveness to structures and address errors and integration issues Monitor the performance of the system. Identify and resolve system performance issues to ensure activities are completed in accordance with approved process and timeframes. Maintain the system and business process flow documentation (including process library and technical process documentation) relating to how the system / module operates, error states, and remediation steps. Document the configuration of the system, not limited to specific directives, formats of reports / prints (labels), structures of sites, and or warehouses. Perform data hygiene management including analysis of specific reports to identify issues with procurement transactions and data, investigation into the data hygiene issues and remediation of issues found. Coordinate and update test scripts for system updates and conduct testing to discover issues or breakages of processes. Design, develop, update, maintain, and manage access to reports and performance dashboard. Perform data and trend analytics to construct usage, performance, and delivery reports for various stakeholders including generating reports in support of bids, marketing and communications and business reporting. Conduct of training and updating packages. Skills, Experience and Qualifications Certificate IV in Supply Chain, Business Intelligence, Business Analysis, Business Systems, Financial systems, or relevant technical background. Minimum 8 years prior relevant experience. Desirable to have formal training / qualification in ERP configuration / management. Desirable to have operational management of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) application, such as Microsoft Dynamics 365, preferably within the supply chain management module. Why work for Raytheon? 12% Super Flexible working arrangements. You'll have access to career pathways for mentoring and professional learning & development opportunities through our highly regarded internal and externally sponsored courses; We offer additional leave options such as purchased leave, paid parental leave, study leave and defence reservist leave; As a Raytheon Australia employee you'll have access to benefits such as R-Stars recognition program, EAP, salary sacrificing options, discounted Private Health, Novated Leasing, on site free parking Successful candidates must be eligible to obtain and maintain a Security Clearance as needed. Eligibility can be found at http://www.defence.gov.au/agsva If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career access your next mission by clicking the "Apply" button below or contact us at careersraytheon.com.au Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class. Privacy Policy and Terms: Click on this link to read the Policy and Terms • Sun, 26 MayRTX Corporation
Lead Analytics Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Are you a highly skilled and dedicated data professional looking to shape the future of a data platform that improves the quality of life for thousands of individuals? We are seeking a Lead Analytics Engineer to join our dynamic team. In this pivotal role, you will lead our Analytics Engineers, driving the growth and success of our data initiatives. You'll be responsible for designing and developing robust data products and analytics solutions, while also managing projects and optimizing our Business Intelligence (BI) platform. Key Responsibilities: Data Infrastructure Development : Design, develop, and maintain scalable and reliable data infrastructure for capturing, storing, and processing data. Leadership and Mentorship : Provide leadership and mentorship to the Analytics Engineering team, fostering a collaborative environment and enhancing team skills. BI Platform Management : Oversee the BI platform, optimizing its efficiency, scalability, and security. Stakeholder Collaboration : Collaborate with stakeholders, enforce data quality and governance, assess and implement new technologies, and monitor analytics solution performance for continuous improvement. Data Pipeline Optimization : Implement and optimize data pipelines to ensure efficient and accurate transformation. Data Analysis : Perform data analysis and profiling to identify data quality issues, inconsistencies, and gaps. Analytical Solutions Development : Collaborate with analysts and stakeholders to define analytics requirements and develop analytical solutions. • Sat, 25 MayMontu
Geospatial Professional » Rocklea, Brisbane - Our Company Pipe Management Australia (PMA) is a specialist Utilities Maintenance Company that has been operating for over 10 years and offers a variety of industrial services. We proudly boast a modern fleet and pride ourselves in supplying experienced, highly skilled operators to meet our client needs. Pipe Management Australia are the go-to for municipal councils and major contractors Australia’s wide. We operate across multiple locations throughout New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Our Values Teamwork: We attract and engage professional people who are aligned to working towards achieving success as a team Service: We are committed, passionate, enthusiastic and appreciate the trust our clients give us to provide value for money innovative solutions Safety: We strive for best practise in Health, Safety and the Wellbeing of the Environment Respect: We respect the environment, our equipment and the clients and communities we are lucky enough to work within as well as each other Our Opportunity Due to Company growth, it is exciting to announce that we have a brand new opportunity for an experienced Geospatial Professional to join our successful Technical Services team. This position will be based out of our Stapylton or Rocklea office, however, willingness to do intrastate and interstate travel on a need’s basis will also be a requirement of this role. You will be passionate about all things geospatial and have the ability to communicate to stakeholders that may not be familiar with geospatial principals or terminology. You will also be accountable for: Providing support for cartographic design and high-quality map production in Esri product solution. Providing support for Spatial data conversion, systems integration and systems and application’s development and implementation. The evaluation of data acquired from Clients Managing individual datasets with regards to database setup, transfer to AGOL. Providing quality control with regard to Stormwater and Sewer Assets captured using Field Maps. Creation of quality products to be used as part of the Handover process. Performing spatial analysis and creating information products from the Esri Suite. Manipulating Spatial data to create information products to meet Stormwater and Sewer Data Capture Standards. Developing and applying Spatial analysis solutions to meet Stormwater and Sewer Datasets. Help in the designing and implementing training plans for both Field and Office Staff. Assisting in training in various aspects of Esri’s AGOL. Diagnosing and “troubleshooting” problems experienced with the use of software. Support users both Field staff and Office staff when required. Extensive Knowledge in Stormwater and Sewer networks. In addition to the above skills and ability to bring people along the Geospatial journey, you will also possess: Previous strong experience working in teams applying geospatial and related technologies to produce geospatial products and analysis, or to maintain geospatial data infrastructure. Demonstrated ability to be a self-starter, work autonomously and take personal responsibility for work tasks. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively within a high performing team to deliver projects in a dynamic environment. Experience in applying conceptual and analytical skills to data and information, including the ability to critically assess information and contribute to innovative solutions. Experience with FME (Feature Manipulation Engine) software. Python Coding Experience (desired but not essential). Strong workplace communication skills – oral, written and presentation – including the ability to convey clear information to non-technical audiences. Experience and ability to work in reactive environments and shift priorities to meet changing priorities. Tertiary qualifications in geospatial science, geography, GIS, or related fields; or a strong applied geospatial work experience Our Culture & Benefits Full time position Friendly team environment All PPE and uniforms supplied Learning culture to continually build capability in our teams Reward and Recognition Program Employee Assistance Program PMA encourages and fosters an interactive, safe and friendly working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that promotes inclusiveness and welcomes people from all backgrounds. If you would like to be part of our team and align to our ways of working, click APPLY NOW, to send your resume through. • Fri, 24 MayPipe Management Australia
Geospatial Professional » Stapylton, Gold Coast North - Our Company Pipe Management Australia (PMA) is a specialist Utilities Maintenance Company that has been operating for over 10 years and offers a variety of industrial services. We proudly boast a modern fleet and pride ourselves in supplying experienced, highly skilled operators to meet our client needs. Pipe Management Australia are the go-to for municipal councils and major contractors Australia’s wide. We operate across multiple locations throughout New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Our Values Teamwork: We attract and engage professional people who are aligned to working towards achieving success as a team Service: We are committed, passionate, enthusiastic and appreciate the trust our clients give us to provide value for money innovative solutions Safety: We strive for best practise in Health, Safety and the Wellbeing of the Environment Respect: We respect the environment, our equipment and the clients and communities we are lucky enough to work within as well as each other Our Opportunity Due to Company growth, it is exciting to announce that we have a brand new opportunity for an experienced Geospatial Professional to join our successful Technical Services team. This position will be based out of our Stapylton or Rocklea office, however, willingness to do intrastate and interstate travel on a need’s basis will also be a requirement of this role. You will be passionate about all things geospatial and have the ability to communicate to stakeholders that may not be familiar with geospatial principals or terminology. You will also be accountable for: Providing support for cartographic design and high-quality map production in Esri product solution. Providing support for Spatial data conversion, systems integration and systems and application’s development and implementation. The evaluation of data acquired from Clients Managing individual datasets with regards to database setup, transfer to AGOL. Providing quality control with regard to Stormwater and Sewer Assets captured using Field Maps. Creation of quality products to be used as part of the Handover process. Performing spatial analysis and creating information products from the Esri Suite. Manipulating Spatial data to create information products to meet Stormwater and Sewer Data Capture Standards. Developing and applying Spatial analysis solutions to meet Stormwater and Sewer Datasets. Help in the designing and implementing training plans for both Field and Office Staff. Assisting in training in various aspects of Esri’s AGOL. Diagnosing and “troubleshooting” problems experienced with the use of software. Support users both Field staff and Office staff when required. Extensive Knowledge in Stormwater and Sewer networks. In addition to the above skills and ability to bring people along the Geospatial journey, you will also possess: Previous strong experience working in teams applying geospatial and related technologies to produce geospatial products and analysis, or to maintain geospatial data infrastructure. Demonstrated ability to be a self-starter, work autonomously and take personal responsibility for work tasks. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively within a high performing team to deliver projects in a dynamic environment. Experience in applying conceptual and analytical skills to data and information, including the ability to critically assess information and contribute to innovative solutions. Experience with FME (Feature Manipulation Engine) software. Python Coding Experience (desired but not essential). Strong workplace communication skills – oral, written and presentation – including the ability to convey clear information to non-technical audiences. Experience and ability to work in reactive environments and shift priorities to meet changing priorities. Tertiary qualifications in geospatial science, geography, GIS, or related fields; or a strong applied geospatial work experience Our Culture & Benefits Full time position Friendly team environment All PPE and uniforms supplied Learning culture to continually build capability in our teams Reward and Recognition Program Employee Assistance Program PMA encourages and fosters an interactive, safe and friendly working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that promotes inclusiveness and welcomes people from all backgrounds. If you would like to be part of our team and align to our ways of working, click APPLY NOW, to send your resume through. • Fri, 24 MayPipe Management Australia
Operational Technology Engineer » The Rocks, Sydney - Implement the latest industry 4.0 technology Leverage global opportunities for learning and best practice from Weir's global footprint Contribute to fields like robotics and automation Purpose of Role: Use your mechatronics skills to develop technologies to support manned and automated equipment by implementing smart manufacturing systems and industry 4.0 technology to shape the future of manufacturing in Australia. Embrace the fusion of mechanics, electronics, and software to design and create innovative solutions that push the boundaries of technology, robotics and automation. Join a rich learning environment through diversity of projects and customers. Key Responsibilities Management, maintenance and troubleshooting of existing system, Including real-time machine monitoring, MES (Manufacturing Execution System), RFID and machine vision systems. Collaborate with Weir's global technology team to drive a consistent approach and integration of technology. Manage and implement big data solutions and standardise data capture across a variety of inputs. Liaise with stakeholders to select and implement suitable equipment for digital transformation. This includes sensor and control systems, robotics, predictive maintenance, machine learning and a suite of real-time systems. Review and benchmark new and emerging technologies that can be used to enhance the Artarmon facility. Demonstrate 100% commitment to our zero harm behaviours in support of our drive towards developing a world class safety culture. Including the introduction of new technology to remove people from harm. Job Knowledge: Bachelor's degree in Mechatronic Engineering. 3 - 5 years' experience in an operational technology role with hands on experience in a manufacturing environment. Sensor and hardware rationalisation for harsh environments. Real-time control system experience including object-oriented PLC programming. Strong ability across a suite of programming languages required (Structured Text, C++, REST). Node.js and React is favourable. Database (relational and time-series) implementation experience with a proficiency in SQL desirable. Ability to create CAD models and drawings for manufacturing (preferred but not essential). Demonstrated understanding of methods for mitigating risk in system design. Any equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered for candidates that have the ability to perform the objectives above. Why choose Weir: At Weir, the growing world depends on us. It depends on us constantly reinventing, quickly adapting and continually finding better, faster, more sustainable ways to access the resources it needs to thrive. And it depends on each of us doing the best work of our lives. It's a big challenge - but it is exciting. Everything moves fast in the dynamic world of Weir. This creates opportunities for us to take on new challenges, explore new areas, learn, progress and excel. Best of all, there is no set path that our people must take. Instead, everyone is given the support and freedom to tailor-make their own career and do the best work of their lives. Weir is a welcoming, inclusive place, where each individual's contribution is recognized and all employees are encouraged to innovate, collaborate and be themselves. We continually focus on people and their wellbeing. We believe in fairness and choose to be honest, transparent and authentic in everything we do. Founded in 1871, Weir is a world leading engineering business with a purpose to make mining operations smarter, more efficient and sustainable. Thanks to Weir's technology, our customers can produce essential metals and minerals using less energy, water and waste at lower cost. With the increasing need for metals and minerals for climate change solutions, Weir colleagues are playing their part in powering a low carbon future. We are a global family of 11,000 uniquely talented people in over 60 counties, inspiring each other to do the best work of our lives. For additional information about what it is like to work at Weir, please visit our Career Page and LinkedIn Life Page. Weir is committed to an inclusive and diverse workplace. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, age, or any other legally protected status. minerals LI-MF1 • Fri, 24 MayThe Weir Group PLC
Team Leader Asset Data Services » Virginia, Brisbane - At Powerlink, every possibility starts with you We believe life’s about possibilities. And so is the future. That’s why we need you. We’re working at the heart of Queensland’s energy transformation. Now more than ever, we need people who want to help us deliver a world-class energy future and ensure we continue to navigate through this once in a generation energy challenge. Join us and make it happen. Life at Powerlink As the Asset Data Services Team Leader, you’ll help us connect a more sustainable energy future for more than five million Queenslanders and 253,000 businesses. Your work with us is about every light turned on, every community connected, and every future made possible . Free undercover secure parking, with access to onsite charging stations for electric vehicles. Onsite cafeteria and gym facility. Additional leave purchasing. 14 weeks paid parental leave – at full or half pay. Hybrid, family-friendly flexible working arrangements including substitution of public holidays. 12.75% superannuation and salary packaging of novated lease vehicles Health & wellbeing benefits, including corporate health plan with employee discounts, annual flu vaccinations. Robust leadership development through integrated programs, fostering growth across all levels - including Women in Leadership programs. Find a career that matters and lasts As the Asset Data Services Team Leader, you'll lead a team managing a range of asset data services across the asset data lifecycle. This role will be pivotal to ensure the timely and accurate management of asset data in key Asset Management systems, across the asset management life-cycle and to meet service level expectations. You will also: Manage the development and continued improvement of processes, systems and tools that support the capture and maintenance of data, ensuring operational objectives are able to be achieved. Support the provision of asset data reporting and analytics as required, in alignment with Powerlink Data and Analytics Operating Model and as agreed with divisional analytics functions. Lead data quality assurance activities on asset data, ensuring current processes are followed and outputs are fit for purpose and compliant with Powerlink’s requirements including alignment with Asset Strategy. Lead the provision of asset data advisory services, training and mentoring to the team and key stakeholders across the business in asset data services. Ensure asset capitalisation occurs in a consistent, timely and accurate manner. The community you will join Based at our Virginia office, you'll join a team dedicated to driving positive change in the energy sector. Our team is made up of passionate individuals from diverse backgrounds driven by a shared commitment to excellence and innovation. Your expertise You'll have a degree level qualification in Business, Accounting, Information Management IT or Project Management OR you'll have a lesser qualification coupled with demonstrated recent relevant industry experience. You'll have a lesser qualification coupled with demonstrated recent relevant industry experience. You'll have experience in leading and managing a team of professionals responsible for asset data services to deliver asset life-cycle data capture and analysis. You'll have related experience and understanding of asset management lifecycle and SAP. Be the start of every possibility To kick start your career at Powerlink, apply by clicking the button above, attaching your resume and cover letter on our careers page before midnight on Sunday 9th June 2024. Kindly be aware that the Recruitment team will commence the review process during this period. There’s lots to love about a career with Powerlink. But our people say there’s three things that really stand out: A career that matters and lasts: You’ll shape a progressive career connecting more than five million Queenslanders to a world-class, clean energy future. Unique work and the chance to grow: You’ll help find smart solutions to interesting problems as you develop your skills and impact every day. People who love to support and share: You’ll build relationships with experienced, down-to-earth people who you’ll be proud to work with. For all enquiries, contact our recruitment team at recruitmentpowerlink.com.au . Our commitment to inclusion and belonging At Powerlink, we champion inclusion and belonging by supporting every candidate during the recruitment journey. Please inform us of any needs or adjustments for a more inclusive process, including sharing your preferred pronouns. As a Veteran-Friendly Employer, we value the skills Veterans bring and ensure equal opportunities. Let us know if you're a Veteran for tailored support. Successful applicants will undergo necessary pre-employment checks. As advocates of the Circle Back initiative, we pledge to respond to all applications promptly. • Thu, 23 MayPowerlink
Maintenance Program Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - An exciting opportunity to join Ventia (placed 3 in the AFR BOSS Best Places to Work - Property, Construction and Transport Sector) as a Maintenance Program Manager for our Transurban Incident Response and Maintenance Contract. What's on Offer $210,000 plus TFR (includes superannuation) and a centralised reward and recognition program Working on a high-profile contract in the transport sector supported by a strong professional management and technical team Flexibility - open to discussion (hours, WFH - admin days etc.) Career stability and opportunities. Mentorship / Leadership programs Employee benefits such as paid parental leave, corporate travel discounts, Novated leases, private health discounts, credit discounts and more Access to a variety of Health and Wellness initiatives - including the EAP, Ventia's Healthy Minds program and Healthy Bodies program About the Role This is a critical new role which is responsible for the end-to-end delivery of the maintenance program including Core and Additional as per the strategy for a one-network approach. You will be responsible for finding synergies across the full capacity and capability of the team and execute highly complexed and challenging deliverables to ensure value is demonstrated for the client and that safety, commercial and operational risk are effectively managed across the network. Key accountabilities include - Plan and deliver Scope of Services, CoMS, Annual Works Program and delivery for maintenance outlined in the Services Allocation Matrix Maximise value proposition to client through stringent governance and development of talent Prepare scope of works and expectations to be issued to subcontractors, including scope and program delivery methods Prepare proposal to deliver core services and minor works across the network Implement controls and delivery processes ensuring cost effective delivery of services, subcontractor arrangements and Maximo data capture Accountable for the P&L within the Maintenance Program and ensuring tendered margins are achieved, works are delivered safely and to technical and specified requirements by the client including traffic management and quality Provide excellent leadership to the team with clear direction Required Skills and Experience Demonstrated leadership experience in a road maintenance / road networks environment including managing network maintenance teams Qualifications in Engineering or construction related discipline Construction white card Resilience, personal drive and motivation Analytical and strategic thinking capability with strong commercial acumen Solid experience in high level report working and program management including developing and executing strategies to ensure compliance and minimise risk while driving continuous improvement About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. How to Apply Please click on the link below to submit your covering letter and resume. Position Reference Number: 158405 Job Segment: Program Manager, Maintenance, Manager, Engineer, Management, Manufacturing, Engineering • Tue, 21 MayVentia
Greeter - Van Cleef & Arpels, Chadstone » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Are you a good match? We are looking for a Greeter to support our Boutique team to welcome and walk client's through the Boutique and share knowledge on the Maison. You will be responsible for delivering high levels of customer service and engagement to each client with respect to Van Cleef & Arpels' spirit and heritage. What are we expecting from you? Reporting into the Deputy Boutique Manager, you will start the enchanting moment for the client experiences, assist with refreshments during the client presentation and provide data capture for prospect clients. Do you have a previous experience in high touch customer service? Have you worked successfully in a sales, luxury or hospitality environment? Do you have strong communication and organization skills? Are you interested in learning about and sharing our Maison's rich heritage? Are you agile, curious and reactive? Do you enjoy working in a fast moving and challenging environment? Do you look for solutions to ensure the client gets the best possible experience in store? If so, apply for this job More than a role…. We recruit for a career If you are interested in joining the influential growth of the Maison with care, no compromise, and the drive to succeed then do not hesitate to enter the creative universe of Van Cleef & Arpels. By joining the Maison, you will be part of a nurturing team focused on delivering excellence and development. The recruitment process Send your application online. If your profile matches our search, you will be contacted by our HR team for an interview. Along the recruitment process you will meet the Talent Partner, the Deputy Boutique Manager, the Boutique Manager and the Retail Director/HR Manager. Otherwise, you will receive an email to inform you that your application has not been successful. • Tue, 21 MayRichemont
Field Metering Technician Job Details | AusNet » Victoria, Australia - Field Metering Technician Location: Victoria, Australia Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Description: When you choose AusNet, you'll join genuine people working together making Real. Progress At AusNet, we're the link between renewable energy sources and local communities, playing a key role in the clean energy transition and providing essential energy to every Victorian family. Help us lead the way, while enriching your career with real people who encourage you to bring your best and make real impact - for your career, our communities, and Australia's cleaner energy future. Purposeful work with genuinely good people. That's refreshing. We are essential to the clean energy transition and have a responsibility to lead the way and do what's right. If you have experience in Network and/or Contestable Metering, including LV WC & CT Metering, CT Testing, and ideally HV Metering, join us in the driver's seat and help us in shaping the new way forward. As the Field Metering Technician, you will be responsible for undertaking the installation, investigation, auditing, testing and rectification of a wide range of metering installations. This role will support the metering team and you will need a flexible, can-do attitude with a strong passion for safety. Seeking technicians based in the Eastern regions of Victoria to join the Asset Services, Network Operations Team. This role will deliver real outcomes, including but not limited to: The installation of LV WC & CT Meters, HV Meters and Communication devices within the Contestable, Embedded and Networks domains. CT and Meter Testing, fault rectification works of metering installations as required to achieve Business targets. Reporting of all non-compliance issues that arise by preparing or contributing to reports that recommend technical improvements or corrective actions. Provide support in the creation of new, and the maintenance of existing Safety & Quality Standards, Work Practices, Procedures and Metering Standards. Attendance and active participation in toolbox meetings to keep up to date of any new or updated Safety & Quality Standard, Work Practice, Procedure, Metering Standard or Hazard/Safety Alert. Conduct field based technical audits on metering installations to ensure all safety, compliance, regulatory and industry standards have been adhered to. Be supportive of change, as it is known that business systems, processes and equipment are continually subjected to regulatory uplift and technical advances. New types of work New ways of approaching work. Testing of system enhancements & processes. Prioritisation of works in consideration of criticality, service levels or customer commitments. Accurate data capture and its timely delivery from field to office You don't need to check every box; however, we are looking for a good combination of: Driver's Licence & A Grade Electrical Licence Relevant VESI Training - refreshers can be provided. Core Competencies and experience. LV WC and CT Metering Meter Testing CT Testing HV Experience highly desirable Occasional rural travel and overnight stays, with possible interstate travel A real place to belong We celebrate unique voices, refreshing perspectives and diversity in our team. Engage and connect through our social club, family day, wide range of events or by joining one of our Employee Network Groups. We believe in more than just competitive pay. Here's what sets us apart: Flexibility: whether this is hybrid work, flexible hours, or part time arrangements, we'll work with you to help balance work and life. Leave: more than typical personal leave and a generous 14 weeks of paid parental leave, with no minimum service. Community giving: a paid day to volunteer with our social impact partner, Foodbank, or for a cause that matters to you. Perks: we offer all the other perks you've come to expect like purchased leave, income protection insurance, novated leasing, corporate discounts, private health cover discounts and more. As an industry in transformation, we're excited by the possibilities ahead. So, if you're passionate about our purpose and committed to making real progress, bring your energy and join AusNet. Together, we can shape a new way forward. . • Tue, 21 MayAUSNET SERVICES HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Fitment Engineer - R&D » Sydney, Sydney Region - Do you have practical hands-on skills of product development? Do you have a passion for vehicle modification and tinkering? Fitment Engineer – R&D Sydney Salary Circa $70,000 - $75,000 p.a. Bonus Super Permanent, full time Do you have a practical hands-on approach to fixtures, fittings and small assemblies within a Prototyping/R&D environment? Do you possess an analytical mind and strong problem-solving abilities? Our client is an industry leader looking for a Fitment Engineer to innovate, develop and test their expanding product range. This role may suit someone within the automotive sector who has a hands-on interest in vehicle build and customisation. About the company My client is a reputable producer of innovative, trusted products in the outdoor consumer industry. They design, engineer and manufacture industry-leading equipment that inspires adventure. This is a fun, forward thinking company focused on results rather than clock-watching. Between hybrid working and regular company trips away, their culture is not one to miss. Role and Responsibilities Partner with cross-functional teams to design and engineer compatible fitment solutions, ensuring seamless integration across product lines Champion continuous improvement by collaborating with stakeholders to optimise performance Manage project planning, including data acquisition and activity logistics Execute project activities, utilising advanced scanning technology, in-depth analysis, meticulous documentation, and comprehensive data capture Ensure a well-organised and efficient workspace by maintaining dedicated work areas and managing supplies Collaborate with technical writers to enhance user experience Partner with the category manager for seamless project coordination Key competencies Technical Expertise: Possess a strong background in engineering, particularly mechanical design CAD Proficiency: Demonstrate proficiency in using CAD software (an advantage) Problem-Solving: Identify and resolve fitment challenges with creative and effective solutions Analytical Acuity: Possess strong analytical and troubleshooting skills Adventure Enthusiasm: A passion for outdoor activities and adventure travel is a plus Effective communication: Collaborate with cross-functional teams, supplies and vendors. Commitment to quality: Ensure high quality and safety standards Your skills and experience Bachelor’s degree: Hold a bachelor's degree in a relevant engineering field or relevant TAFE qualification Proven Track Record: Possess demonstrably successful experience in a similar role, preferably within a product-focused industry Vehicle Savvy: Possess a strong understanding of mechanical systems and construction, particularly those relevant to vehicles Standards Compliance: Possess a working knowledge of standards and regulations Problem-Solving Prowess: Possess exceptional problem-solving skills and a meticulous eye for detail Driver’s licence You might also have CAD software skills for design and analysis Fabrication and welding skills. Experience working on vehicles and trim removal. Experience with 3D Scanning. Benefits Competitive salary package Permanent fulltime position Passionate, fun and engaging team Generous bonus structure Work from home every Friday Regular company trips Output valued over clockwatching • Tue, 21 MayRHL
Project Controller » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR About your new team We are a multi-national team of professionals with diverse backgrounds in the Project Control industry. The enthusiasm for our projects and products, drives our team to strive for greatness every day About the Role The Project Controller is responsible for the interface management and coordination of project data between finance, project management and other stakeholders. This includes the Estimate at Completion as well as mid term planning process, annual and monthly cost forecasting and control of actual cost incurred. Furthermore the Project Controller will also be responsible for the development, coordination and validation of reports, e.g. Australian Industry Capability, Earned Value, Actual Cost. Additionally, where necessary the Project Controller will be assigned with various project related, special duties. The Project Controller also needs to quickly develop strong working relationships across all functions within the project, ensuring accuracy and transparency of financial information for the project. As a Project Controller, you can anticipate some of your day-to-day tasks to include: Establish and maintain project cost structures within SAP for planned and actual costs; Work closely with the Project Management Office (PMO) to ensure coherence of the Planning and Financial systems; Liaise with Project Managers on their performance against budget and provide specialist financial management advice on budget control and forecast outcomes; Act as an interface between Project Manager, PMO and Engineering Planning to enable reliable budget planning in SAP; Provide ongoing training and support to project staff on budgeting and reporting in SAP; and Lead goal-driven enhancement of the existing PS module landscape and being the primary point of contact for RDA's internal SAP team and colleagues for queries and suggested improvements. Reporting & Forecasting Provide detailed, quarterly and monthly reports on performance of control account including forecasts and detailed variance analysis; Contribute to regular Estimate at Completion reviews, working closely with project management and Engineering Planning to ensure an accurate assessment of cost to complete the project is developed; and Contribute to the development, improvement and implementation of the monthly reporting regime, quarterly performance reports and the annual Business Planning. General Review, develop, and implement financial systems, processes, financial models, and reports to provide reliable and useful financial information for various departments and project management within project; Drive continuous operational improvements within the project finance team, including identifying ways to better leverage the systems, improving the speed and automation of financial data capture, reconciliation, reporting and analysis; and Conduct further project related special duties and responsibilities. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS YOU SHOULD HAVE What are we looking for? Rheinmetall seeks applicants who exemplify our Company's values of Safety, Partnering, Openness, Respect and Trust (SPORT). This creates a workplace environment where employees value each other, live up to their promises and communicate openly. The experience and skillset best suited to this role includes: Tertiary qualifications in Finance / Accounting / Commerce or related disciplines; Experience in budgeting, forecasting and financial modelling; Experience in project cost planning, scheduling and development of financial reports and analysis; Sound knowledge of costing/management accounting practices; Demonstrated experience of successfully business partnering with multiple non-finance functions; Superior knowledge in SAP FI/CO and PS; Advanced MS Office skills i.e. Excel, Powerpoint; and Must hold or be eligible to obtain an Australian Government Security Clearance (must hold Australian Citizenship). WHAT WE OFFER YOU Work as part of a team with real purpose in what we do; Attractive remuneration packages with salary sacrificing and novated leases; Access to exclusive employee discounts with over 400 retailers in Australia to help cost of living; On-site subsidised café with themed days and multiple dietary options; Long weekends every second week with a 9 day working fortnight; Opportunity to work on major projects within our Vehicle Systems (Logistic, Tactical Wheeled, Tactical Tracked), Electronic Solutions, Weapon & Ammunition Divisions); Generous internal incentive and referral program; Genuine career development and progression opportunities; Extensive Employee Assistance Program to support overall health and wellbeing; and We are proud to be recognised as an Endorsed Employer for All Women by WORK180. CONTACT INFORMATION RDA Talent Acquisition Team Recruitment.Australiarheinmetall.com.au LI-NG1 Applications will close on 13th June 2024 • Mon, 20 MayRheinmetall Aktiengesellschaft
Field Quality Auditor » Welshpool, Canning Area - Primary Location WA - Welshpool Summary An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Field Quality Auditor to join ServiceStream in our Welshpool office. About the Role Service Stream's Telecommunications division are currently seeking a Field Quality Auditor to join our growing company. You will be responsible for supporting the Field Services Manager in the day to day operational activities and will be responsible for overall Regional Quality performance, Compliance and the continual improvement of the programs processes and operations within the NBN Unify Services contract. Nature of position: Permanent, Full Time Location: Welshpool Reporting Line: Field Services Manager Key Responsibilities In addition, the Quality Auditor will assist with internal and external stakeholder management, Quality Management through data capture and work type product quality auditing in WA. Implement and maintain the Quality Management Plan ensuring project compliance to AS/NZ ISO 9001:2008, and relevant legislative requirements. Support the regional delivery team in embedding the product quality assurance processes and systems within the operating environment. Provide product quality reporting and trend analysis to the Quality Project Lead Support field team with the closeout of all non-conformance issues with the regional delivery team. Ensure field Quality assurance activities are conducted in accordance with the audit schedule. About You This role requires the Quality Auditor to be aligned with Service Stream product quality auditing processes to a standard that will stand up to scrutiny by the client. The Field Quality Auditor will achieve this outcome by using their skills, experience and specialist knowledge to coach and develop others via one on one coaching, development of training material, and courses and the delivery of same. The Quality Auditor will be focused on continual improvement of product quality reporting and outcomes. About Us Service Stream, together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading national service provider to develop and operate Australia's essential communications, energy and water networks in the telecommunications, utilities and transport industries. We specialise in the design, construction and maintenance of new and existing networks, and deliver end-to-end engineering and asset management solutions on behalf of our blue-chip client base. Service Stream is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with a disability, LGBTQI and other diverse groups to strengthen relationships and benefit our people, clients, and communities. Service Stream are a signatory to the Veterans Employment Commitment. We value the skills and experience of ex-ADF members and their partners and will strongly consider veterans who meet the key criteria for our employment opportunities. Service Stream does not accept any unsolicited resume referrals from external Recruitment or Labour Hire Companies. Department Field Services How to Apply If this sounds like you apply now to the Service Stream Recruitment Team via the online application button. • Mon, 20 MayService Stream
Senior GIS Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Title: Senior GIS Analyst Our purpose is clear: Together, deliver Infrastructure for a better tomorrow. KBR's Infrastructure Services Australia division partners with clients nationwide to undertake substantial projects that contribute to a more sustainable, technology-enabled future. Through trusted collaborations, our dynamic and skilled team of over 1100 professionals provide innovative solutions across various sectors, including transport, water and environment, buildings, defense infrastructure, program management, and construction consultancy. The Opportunity: We are seeking a talented Senior GIS Analyst to join our dynamic team. The Senior GIS Analyst will play a key role in leveraging geospatial data to support various projects and initiatives within KBR Infrastructure Solutions. This individual will utilise their expertise in GIS technologies and analytical skills to provide valuable insights and solutions to our clients' needs across water, transport and environmental sectors. As the Spatial Systems Specialist you will provide Geographical Information Systems (GIS) expertise for the effective delivery of consulting projects within Australia. The role encompasses spatial analysis, interpretation and presentation for engineering and planning and environmental projects. In collaboration with other disciplines, you will develop spatial system solutions. You strive to deliver allocated projects on time, to budget to meet the expectations out of valued clients. You will actively develop and maintain relationships with relevant disciplines and stakeholders. Other duties and responsibilities include: Provide high-level cartographic products of spatial data and GIS outputs Develop and set up interactive map including Web Map and ArcGIS portal Design, implementation, and maintenance of spatial databases Assist in the delivery of field-based assessment through the set-up, maintenance and post-processing of data collected by handheld GPS units Actively engage with the internal Digital Engineering team to integrate GIS capabilities within the broader digital strategy Provide 3D modelling support and outputs, as required Who You Are: You will be a team player who is proactive and self-motivated, demonstrating analytical and problem-solving ability. You are a high-level communicator and have experience dealing with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. You have demonstrated an understanding of the spatial information industry including fieldwork experience using GIS and GPS data capture tool and web mapping portals, either ESRI or equivalent. You also demonstrate knowledge of geographic data and principles of data management. You will also have the following skills and qualifications: Relevant tertiary qualification (Computer Science, Geomatic Engineering or Spatial Sciences). Ability to manipulate and analyse complex spatial data Understanding of ESRI GIS desktop products including ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro. Understanding of workflow automation using FME, ESRI Model Builder or Python scripting is desirable Understanding of AutoCAD software or working with CAD data is desirable About Us: At KBR, we are dedicated to social and environmental sustainability, employing a digital mindset to drive innovation. Our people seamlessly integrate into customer teams, positively impacting the communities and environments they aim to improve. Our unmatched expertise and adaptability meet the demands of tomorrow, contributing to shaping Australia's future for the better. Why KBR: In addition to engaging in fantastic projects, KBR offers a range of benefits to foster a great working environment, continuous career development, family-friendly flexible work arrangements, and work/life balance. Our culture and genuine focus on our people are key factors in our success, and we invite you to be part of our journey. Additional Benefits Include: Industry-leading salaries reviewed annually. 20 Days Leave per year an additional day off every 4 weeks (33 days in total). Salary packaging and Novated leases. Paid professional membership fees. Life/Health insurance discounts. Flexible work arrangements (start/finish times, WFH, Flex time). Employee stock purchase plans. Paid parental leave. Personal career development plans. Growth and promotion opportunities. Diversity and Inclusion support. Help shape tomorrow by applying today For a confidential discussion please call, Kelly Power, 03 9828 5240 Don't miss out on this opportunity to leave your impact on our society with one of Australia's leading infrastructure businesses. Apply now and follow us on LinkedIn to stay up to date with all the latest news and job opportunities. KBR values an inclusive and diverse work environment, and we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Our hiring decisions are based on the key requirements of each role and candidates are selected based on their unique strengths and experiences. LI-DNP LI-DNI S-DNI • Sat, 18 MayKBR
Senior GIS Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Title: Senior GIS Analyst Our purpose is clear: Together, deliver Infrastructure for a better tomorrow. KBR's Infrastructure Services Australia division partners with clients nationwide to undertake substantial projects that contribute to a more sustainable, technology-enabled future. Through trusted collaborations, our dynamic and skilled team of over 1100 professionals provide innovative solutions across various sectors, including transport, water and environment, buildings, defense infrastructure, program management, and construction consultancy. The Opportunity: We are seeking a talented Senior GIS Analyst to join our dynamic team. The Senior GIS Analyst will play a key role in leveraging geospatial data to support various projects and initiatives within KBR Infrastructure Solutions. This individual will utilise their expertise in GIS technologies and analytical skills to provide valuable insights and solutions to our clients' needs across water, transport and environmental sectors. As the Spatial Systems Specialist you will provide Geographical Information Systems (GIS) expertise for the effective delivery of consulting projects within Australia. The role encompasses spatial analysis, interpretation and presentation for engineering and planning and environmental projects. In collaboration with other disciplines, you will develop spatial system solutions. You strive to deliver allocated projects on time, to budget to meet the expectations out of valued clients. You will actively develop and maintain relationships with relevant disciplines and stakeholders. Other duties and responsibilities include: - Provide high-level cartographic products of spatial data and GIS outputs - Develop and set up interactive map including Web Map and ArcGIS portal - Design, implementation, and maintenance of spatial databases - Assist in the delivery of field-based assessment through the set-up, maintenance and post-processing of data collected by handheld GPS units - Actively engage with the internal Digital Engineering team to integrate GIS capabilities within the broader digital strategy - Provide 3D modelling support and outputs, as required Who You Are: You will be a team player who is proactive and self-motivated, demonstrating analytical and problem-solving ability. You are a high-level communicator and have experience dealing with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. You have demonstrated an understanding of the spatial information industry including fieldwork experience using GIS and GPS data capture tool and web mapping portals, either ESRI or equivalent. You also demonstrate knowledge of geographic data and principles of data management. You will also have the following skills and qualifications: - Relevant tertiary qualification (Computer Science, Geomatic Engineering or Spatial Sciences). - Ability to manipulate and analyse complex spatial data - Understanding of ESRI GIS desktop products including ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro. - Understanding of workflow automation using FME, ESRI Model Builder or Python scripting is desirable - Understanding of AutoCAD software or working with CAD data is desirable About Us: At KBR, we are dedicated to social and environmental sustainability, employing a digital mindset to drive innovation. Our people seamlessly integrate into customer teams, positively impacting the communities and environments they aim to improve. Our unmatched expertise and adaptability meet the demands of tomorrow, contributing to shaping Australia's future for the better. Why KBR: In addition to engaging in fantastic projects, KBR offers a range of benefits to foster a great working environment, continuous career development, family-friendly flexible work arrangements, and work/life balance. Our culture and genuine focus on our people are key factors in our success, and we invite you to be part of our journey. Additional Benefits Include: - Industry-leading salaries reviewed annually. - 20 Days Leave per year an additional day off every 4 weeks (33 days in total). - Salary packaging and Novated leases. - Paid professional membership fees. - Life/Health insurance discounts. - Flexible work arrangements (start/finish times, WFH, Flex time). - Employee stock purchase plans. - Paid parental leave. - Personal career development plans. - Growth and promotion opportunities. - Diversity and Inclusion support. Help shape tomorrow by applying today For a confidential discussion please call, Kelly Power, 03 9828 5240?? Don't miss out on this opportunity to leave your impact on our society with one of Australia's leading infrastructure businesses. Apply now and follow us on LinkedIn to stay up to date with all the latest news and job opportunities. KBR values an inclusive and diverse work environment, and we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Our hiring decisions are based on the key requirements of each role and candidates are selected based on their unique strengths and experiences. LI-DNP LI-DNI S-DNI • Fri, 17 MayKBR
Senior GIS Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Title: Senior GIS Analyst Our purpose is clear: Together, deliver Infrastructure for a better tomorrow. KBR's Infrastructure Services Australia division partners with clients nationwide to undertake substantial projects that contribute to a more sustainable, technology-enabled future. Through trusted collaborations, our dynamic and skilled team of over 1100 professionals provide innovative solutions across various sectors, including transport, water and environment, buildings, defense infrastructure, program management, and construction consultancy. The Opportunity: We are seeking a talented Senior GIS Analyst to join our dynamic team. The Senior GIS Analyst will play a key role in leveraging geospatial data to support various projects and initiatives within KBR Infrastructure Solutions. This individual will utilise their expertise in GIS technologies and analytical skills to provide valuable insights and solutions to our clients' needs across water, transport and environmental sectors. As the Spatial Systems Specialist you will provide Geographical Information Systems (GIS) expertise for the effective delivery of consulting projects within Australia. The role encompasses spatial analysis, interpretation and presentation for engineering and planning and environmental projects. In collaboration with other disciplines, you will develop spatial system solutions. You strive to deliver allocated projects on time, to budget to meet the expectations out of valued clients. You will actively develop and maintain relationships with relevant disciplines and stakeholders. Other duties and responsibilities include: Provide high-level cartographic products of spatial data and GIS outputs Develop and set up interactive map including Web Map and ArcGIS portal Design, implementation, and maintenance of spatial databases Assist in the delivery of field-based assessment through the set-up, maintenance and post-processing of data collected by handheld GPS units Actively engage with the internal Digital Engineering team to integrate GIS capabilities within the broader digital strategy Provide 3D modelling support and outputs, as required Who You Are: You will be a team player who is proactive and self-motivated, demonstrating analytical and problem-solving ability. You are a high-level communicator and have experience dealing with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. You have demonstrated an understanding of the spatial information industry including fieldwork experience using GIS and GPS data capture tool and web mapping portals, either ESRI or equivalent. You also demonstrate knowledge of geographic data and principles of data management. You will also have the following skills and qualifications: Relevant tertiary qualification (Computer Science, Geomatic Engineering or Spatial Sciences). Ability to manipulate and analyse complex spatial data Understanding of ESRI GIS desktop products including ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro. Understanding of workflow automation using FME, ESRI Model Builder or Python scripting is desirable Understanding of AutoCAD software or working with CAD data is desirable About Us: At KBR, we are dedicated to social and environmental sustainability, employing a digital mindset to drive innovation. Our people seamlessly integrate into customer teams, positively impacting the communities and environments they aim to improve. Our unmatched expertise and adaptability meet the demands of tomorrow, contributing to shaping Australia's future for the better. Why KBR: In addition to engaging in fantastic projects, KBR offers a range of benefits to foster a great working environment, continuous career development, family-friendly flexible work arrangements, and work/life balance. Our culture and genuine focus on our people are key factors in our success, and we invite you to be part of our journey. Additional Benefits Include: Industry-leading salaries reviewed annually. 20 Days Leave per year an additional day off every 4 weeks (33 days in total). Salary packaging and Novated leases. Paid professional membership fees. Life/Health insurance discounts. Flexible work arrangements (start/finish times, WFH, Flex time). Employee stock purchase plans. Paid parental leave. Personal career development plans. Growth and promotion opportunities. Diversity and Inclusion support. Help shape tomorrow by applying today  For a confidential discussion please call, Kelly Power, 03 9828 5240    Don’t miss out on this opportunity to leave your impact on our society with one of Australia’s leading infrastructure businesses. Apply now and follow us on LinkedIn to stay up to date with all the latest news and job opportunities.  KBR values an inclusive and diverse work environment, and we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Our hiring decisions are based on the key requirements of each role and candidates are selected based on their unique strengths and experiences. LI-DNP LI-DNI S-DNI • Fri, 17 MayKBR
Senior Lifecycle Marketing Manager_Cross-sell » The Rocks, Sydney - Once a career opportunity to lead an entire lifecycle program for this iconic brand | Senior leadership role | Lead a team of 3 | $180k S Bonus About the Role Once a career opportunity That's what you would say to describe this amazing role and that's exactly what it is, an amazing Senior Lifecycle Marketing Manager position for one of Australia's most loved brands. And you could be a part of ita big part of it. Your objective, Simple. Build and lead their entire loyalty program including cross-sell and upsell. Make everyone in Australia fall even more in love with this iconic brand through fantastic storytelling for the moments that matter in life, fun times, sharing, caring, laughter, moments spent with family and friends. The Responsibilities Lead, develop and manage the entire loyalty strategy along with the senior leadership team. You will execute across all customer touchpoints from online, instore and customer care call centre Drive engagement, retention, growth and usage with existing customers ensuring key KPIs are hit Collaborate with the wider marketing, product and commercial team to deliver creative solutions to reduce churn, increase LTV (lifetime value) across the board and grow repeat usage efficiently and effectively Managing all key internal and external stakeholders to keep them informed and get approvals as required and ensure all creative assets are delivered on time Work closely with the Data and Insights team to understand customers’ responses to the program with a test and learn methodology Manage the budget and tailor spend accordingly to what is working and what is not so you always have your commercial hat on About you You're a data driven marketer who is detail orientated and not averse to getting into the numbers. You have the ability to think strategically and have strong leadership skills. In addition you will require: 10 years’ experience in retention / CRM / loyalty marketing within a Big Brand with big data. Preferably a digital or retail business or you could come from travel, media, entertainment, telco or financial services too Experience in omni-channel retention marketing including push, email, sms, paid and other organic channels Experience with building a single customer view based on data captured across multiple marketing channels, owned websites, apps and devices Solid grasp of digital test-and-learn best practice Strong project management skills Exceptional stakeholder engagement skills including influencing cross-functional teams to deliver agreed outcomes A sound knowledge of digital technologies and the use of customer data to drive personalised experiences across all channels A technical/analytical mindset, comfortable with data analysis Commercial acumen including budget management experience What's in it for you? An appealing salary of $180,000 base super 15% bonus A career defining opportunity to set up and launch a new loyalty program Work with an iconic Australian brand Work with a collaborative, caring and high performing team Lead, nurture and coach/mentor a team of 3 around you How to Apply Please apply online by clicking on the appropriate link below and all applications are strictly confidential and will be treated as such. • Mon, 13 MaySharp & Carter
Junior Data Scientist (24038) » The Rocks, Sydney - The Opportunity - About the Role Contribute to a high-performance team by conducting analysis and advancing data science projects that increase business understanding of customer behaviours and needs, marketing performance, and providing data-led recommendations for continuous business improvement. This is a full time role based from our Sydney Head Office. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Deliver advanced analytics solutions - appropriate machine learning algorithms or statistical/econometric models - using both existing and new datasets, to leverage the data innovation platform for enhanced decision making Work with the Customer Insights team, as well as other relevant teams, to deliver against the Data Strategy that supports our AI roadmap, addressing data capture gaps and seeking opportunities to increase data quality / richness Work with the Customer Insights team, as well as other relevant teams, to build and deliver bespoke analytical insights Collaborate with Sales Operations on analytics projects related to improving customer conversion (lead and opportunity management) Ensure all documentation (e.g. requirements, design, testing, operations, interface, user guide, etc.) is developed & maintained Managing and presenting to customers and stakeholder Continuous improvement activities around Power BI & self-service dashboard enhancement About You To be successful in this role you will have the following skills, experience and qualifications. Appropriate tertiary qualification (e.g., computer science, data science, Mathematics). 0-2 years in an analytics role. Ability to communicate requirements to IT. Demonstrated skills in generating and delivering advanced analytics. Ability to communicate effectively to distil complex concepts into actionable insights. Advanced knowledge of statistics/mathematics. Communication and presentation skills. Solid understanding of machine learning techniques, including model development, deployment, and monitoring Adept at using large data sets Sound knowledge working with SQL and databases Proficiency in Python or R Ability to work with cloud-based data technologies and services (preferably AWS) Comfortable with a reporting or visualisation platform (e.g., Tableau, SSRS, Power BI) The Stockland Proposition At Stockland we are a community delivering outcomes that benefit the community at large. We work collaboratively and inclusively, building strong working relationships. Our portfolio is diverse and so are the opportunities for professional and career development. We are committed to providing our people with broad experiences to build a successful career. We recognise the importance of flexibility and work life-quality and over 80% of our employees have informal or formal flexible work arrangements. Additionally, Stockland has a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes through an inclusive and collaborative culture. Our customers come from diverse backgrounds and we want our teams to reflect this. We offer competitive remuneration and benefits. Benefits include free to access or subsidised lifestyle, health, well-being and financial services products. Due to the permanent nature of this role, we can only accept applications from Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents or Open Work Visa holders with more than 12 months validity from their role start date. Apply today - Stockland - it's your place. Agencies should note that unsolicited resumes will not be accepted for this position and Stockland will not pay any fees related to resumes that are submitted directly to hiring managers and not through our approved process. Where appropriate, the Careers Stockland Team will work with our preferred panel of agencies to source candidates for roles. Please submit any queries relating to the approved process of submitting candidate resumes or Stockland's preferred agency panel to careersstockland.com.au • Sun, 12 MayStockland
Retail Spa Therapist (Part Time - 3 days) | John Lewis Newcastle - ESPA Retail » The Hill, Newcastle Area - THG is a fast-moving, global technology business that specialises in taking brands direct to consumers. Our world-class proprietary tech and infrastructure powers our extensive portfolio of beauty, nutrition and lifestyle brands and is now helping drive exponential growth of our clients' brands globally. We're powered by a global team of over 7,000 ambitious people around the world. Our culture is fast-paced and entrepreneurial, it's this DNA that has supported our incredible growth. We're always looking for individuals that can bring fresh and innovative thinking to THG, and play a part in driving the group forward on its exciting journey. So, if you're ready to take the next big step in your career, challenge yourself every day and evolve with the world around you, THG is ready for you. ESPA Guided by 30 years' experience ESPA's luxury skincare products go beyond the everyday skincare regimen to nourish and nurture your skin. The formulation of natural ingredients works together to create a sensorial wellness experience, imitating the luxury skincare treatments of a spa from the comfort of your home. Purpose of Role: As an ESPA Retail Therapist, you will assist in the day to day running of the ESPA account. Based on the shop floor with manager and team, you are responsible for inspiring and educating our customers to find their Inner Calm. You will contribute to the ESPA business by driving sales of treatments and products. You will grow awareness of the ESPA brand using both internal and external promotional activity, and carry out spa-therapy treatments on the sales floor and within treatment rooms. As an ESPA ambassador you are responsible for ensuring Company standards are always maintained to the highest level and that professionalism, honesty, customer enthusiasm and personal presentation is maintained at all times. Key Responsibilities: Pro-actively and enthusiastically drive sales and ensure that both personal targets and counter targets are met. Striving to always exceed set targets. Raise awareness of the ESPA brand and educate prospective customers in product and treatment range. Responsible for collating personal daily, weekly, and monthly sales figures. Keeping any confidential information in strict confidence. Maintain the ESPA counter, site, and treatment areas to the highest standards of cleanliness, hygiene, and presentation. Accountable for ensuring personal presentation is of the highest standard. Ensure that customer service is of the highest standard escalate any client complaints promptly with professionalism to senior management. Ensure that all details regarding clients are kept in the strictest of confidence, locked away in accordance with GDPR guidelines. Participate fully in promotional / PR activity and ensure the success of the promotion and/or event. Ensure products and treatments prescribed are appropriate to customer needs and consider medical contraindications. Conduct treatments punctually and to a consistently high standard in accordance with clients' requirements and as per the training received to strive for repeat bookings. Assist team in completing stock and NSV checks. Communicating to senior management if there are any discrepancies to support these being rectified. Skills & Experience: Previous experience, within a retail environment. Minimum Level 3 NVQ in Beauty Therapy, and active hands-on treatment experience. Proven sales record, and ideally experience delivering treatment and retail targets. Exemplary customer service experience. Satisfactory level of computer literacy, in Word and Excel. Professional, supportive with a positive can-do attitude. Confidence / experience working internal or external events. KPI'S: Retail and Service Budget / Target ATV / AUT CRM data capture % Rebooking % Because of the high volumes of applications our opportunities attract, it sometimes takes us time to review and consider them all. We endeavour to respond to every application we receive within 14 days. If you haven't heard from us within that time frame or should you have any specific questions about this or other applications for positions at THG please contact one of our Talent team to discuss further. THG is committed to creating a diverse & inclusive environment and hence welcomes applications from all sections of the community. • Sat, 11 MayThe Hut Group

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