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Business Services Intermediate & Senior Accountant » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Leading Brisbane CBD firm with a focus on business advisory and professional development The Firm An established mid-tier accounting firm with over 40 staff in their Brisbane office and over 200 staff nationally. Due to sustained growth, a need has arisen for an experienced intermediate or senior business services accountant to work across a range of private business clients. The firm places a strong emphasis on client relationships and adding value to business owners. The Role Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following; Statutory compliance for companies, trusts, individuals and SMSFs Management accounting and monthly reporting Tax research and advice Business advisory and consulting Review work of grad intermediates Assist in training and development of junior staff The Person Recent professional services firm experience (essential) Experience providing advisory services to clients Experience using cloud accounting software CA/CPA qualified (highly desirable) Job Offer Client Manager/Partnership Pathway Yearly bonus and paid study support Collaborative working culture Hybrid working model Salary up to $110,000 package Bonus If you are interested in this opportunity APPLY now or contact David Bate (Director) for a confidential discussion 0416 417 848 or Davidclarkmiller.com.au • Sat, 18 MayClark Miller
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Research Assistant » Ryde, NSW - We are seeking talented and enthusiastic research assistant to support the work of the Centre. The role will involve... Experience with statistical software packages Post graduate qualifications, particularly those with a research focus (e.g... • Sun, 09 Jun
GRADUATE VACANCIES » Australia - Category: Insurance Location: Melbourne and Sydney Melbourne and Sydney Australia Our Graduate insurance opportunities are Commercial Insurance, office based, business to business roles. Our client base is not Call Centre Home & Contents and Personal Motor Insurers Hooker & Heijden are specialists in the recruitment of Insurance Professionals. Our consultants offer career advice and advancement for Brokers, Underwriters, Claims Examiners, Risk Engineers and more. We also assist graduates from Business & Economics, Arts, Law and Engineering secure employment within the insurance industry. Insurance is a global industry and here in Australia we are lucky to be part of a developed market with large international businesses and privately owned Australian businesses working together and in competition. Insurance policies are placed locally and into overseas markets, giving employees access to global markets such as London and Singapore. As the insurance industry is well established it is a great industry to work within; with access to further education, diverse employers, globally recognised skills and young professional member groups to help with networking, career growth and integration in to a social and relationship based industry. Right now we are seeking Graduates to enter Broking and Underwriting. What is a broker: - a person or company registered as an adviser on matters of insurance and as an arranger of insurance cover with an insurer on behalf of a client. What is an underwriter: - a person or company that underwrites an insurance risk Examples of Industries requiring Insurance: - Retail - Manufacturing - Finance - Professions - Energy & Natural Resources - Transport & Logistics Forging a career in insurance will give you exposure to a wide range of industries and a skill set that is transferable to global insurance markets and other fields. Apply today to learn more about how a career in Insurance is the right step for you. Details Apply Now • Sun, 09 JunHooker and Heijden
Research Assistant » North Ryde, NSW - assistant to support the work of the Centre. The role will involve a range of research support activities including, support in...: Experience in systematic reviews and meta-analyses Experience with statistical software packages Post graduate qualifications... • Sat, 08 JunMacquarie University$80753 - 91815 per year
Research Assistant - Clinical Genomics » North Ryde, NSW - PRIMARY DETAIL An exciting opportunity exists for a Research Assistant - Clinical Genomics to join our dynamic team... Macquarie University Centre for Economic Impacts of Genomic Medicine (GenIMPACT) is seeking a Research Assistant in Clinical... • Sat, 08 JunMacquarie University$83580 - 95029 per year

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Research Assistant » North Ryde, NSW - Innovation is seeking an enthusiastic research assistant with strong writing and communication skills to support the work... talented and enthusiastic research assistant to support the work of the Centre. The role will involve a range of research... • Sat, 08 JunMacquarie University$80753 - 91815 per year
Personal Care Assistant (Rosebud) » Rosebud, VIC - Personal Care Assistant At Regis Rosebud (Mornington Peninsula, VIC), we are looking for passionate individuals... entry-level roles Strong professional and clinical development programs including Graduate Nurse Programs, Student... • Fri, 07 JunRegis Aged Care
Allied Health Assistant, OATS » Prospect, SA - with a disability under the supervision of a qualified Speech Pathologist/Occupational Therapist Pathway to 2025 graduate employment... for you and your family Who are we looking for? We are seeking an enthusiastic Allied Health Assistant who is passionate about making... • Fri, 07 JunAnglicareSA
Graduate Assistant Product Manager Role | Annual Salary Review - NSW » Sydney, NSW - unique value through innovative and creative solutions. They are looking for a dynamic collaborative graduate... • Fri, 07 JunProForce$55000 - 60000 per year
Assistant Brand Manager - Sauces » Melbourne, VIC - Manager or Marketing Assistant/Graduate in FMCG or similar. You will be highly motivated, driven and looking for your next big.... About our role We have an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Brand Manager to join our Sauces Marketing team based... • Fri, 07 JunSimplot
Assistant Brand Manager - Sauces » Melbourne, VIC - Manager or Marketing Assistant/Graduate in FMCG or similar. You will be highly motivated, driven and looking for your next big.... About our role We have an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Brand Manager to join our Sauces Marketing team based... • Fri, 07 JunSimplot
Senior Student Services Officer » Melbourne Region, Victoria - 3-month duration with possible extension Full-time hours, Monday to Friday, 36.25 hours per week Bundoora campus, parking on site The Organisation Our client is a public research university based in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. The university has state of the art facilities and is known for making a positive difference in the lives of its students, partners and communities. The Role The purpose of the Academic Portfolio is to provide a positive student experience that contributes to student success, retention and progression. Staff working in the Academic portfolio will be required to assist with a range of different tasks and administrative processes such as: new student enrolment; general inquiries; processing forms; assisting with graduations; assisting with exam results. Responsibilities Monitor and maintain student records to meet both internal and external requirements. Process enrolments, student results information and other academic administration tasks Respond to, and resolve queries via email and phone, providing advice on relevant policies Data entry and reporting across a range of databases and software Skills and Experience Prior academic administration in a university with an understanding of the student lifecycle Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a demonstrated customer service focus Demonstrated ability to process documents and enrolments quickly and accurately. Demonstrated ability to interpret policies and procedures and provide advice. Knowledge of university CRMs and software A current Working with Children's check is required for this position. Culture This role is suited to someone who is process-driven and thrives in a team environment. The University is committed to providing a diverse, inclusive and respectful working environment for all staff. Dixon Appointments values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing a safe, inclusive and barrier-free recruitment experience. Please indicate your preferred method of communication in your resume, and please let us know if you require any reasonable adjustments when dealing with us. By submitting your resume and other personal information with this application, you consent to this information being collected in line with our privacy policy. Follow the link to learn more - Protecting your privacy • Fri, 07 JunDixon Appointments
Assistant Manager/Manager - State Taxes » Melbourne, VIC - Assistant Manager/Manager - State Taxes Tax Advisory | Assistant Manager, Manager Closing date: 08/07/2024 We’re... your career and impact including CA and other post graduate study Your leave and flexibility Hybrid and flexible working... • Fri, 07 JunPitcher Partners
Casual Assistant in Epidemiology » Parkville, VIC - discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families! About the Role The Allergy... renowned for its research on the epidemiology of allergies, asthma, and COPD. The Casual Assistant will support the Tasmanian... • Thu, 06 JunThe University of Melbourne$43.23 per hour
Implementation Science Research Assistant » Parkville, VIC - % discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families! About the Role Join the dynamic Implementation.... As a research assistant, you will contribute to various implementation research projects across clinical fields such as genetics... • Thu, 06 JunHealth Sciences$76210 - 83468 per year
Assistant Manager to Senior Manager - International Tax » Melbourne, VIC - Assistant Manager to Senior Manager - International Tax Tax Advisory | Assistant Manager, Manager, Senior Manager... network Study support to enhance your career and impact including CA and other post graduate study Your leave... • Thu, 06 JunPitcher Partners
Secondary Teacher » Lissner, Charters Towers Area - Secondary Teacher | North Queensland Secondary Teacher Ability to teach HPE will be highly regarded Full Time | Permanent Role Commencing in Term 3 or 4 Independent Coeducational Boarding School North Queensland Location Relocation and accommodation assistance provided Graduate and experienced teachers welcome to apply SH4635 School Profile: SchoolHouse is working in partnership with a vibrant, co-educational day and boarding school in the Townsville region. The school has a proud tradition and its ethos centres around providing a holistic education from Pre-Prep to Year 12. The school provides a wide range of curriculum offerings and extracurricular activities. The college sets a benchmark in candidate care and offers generous relocation and accommodation assistance. Benefits of working at the school: Attractive remuneration package based on qualifications and level of experience Relocation expense scheme Accommodation assistance provided Remunerated for involvement in extra curricular activities (sport, arts, public speaking, rural activities) School accommodation provided for residential duties within the boarding house (negotiable) Reduced School Tuition Fee Scheme for families (full time work employees) Lunch provided for staff 3 weeks holiday in July Supportive work environment with excellent conditions Employment Requirements: Queensland College of Teachers Registration (or eligibility to gain) Working Rights for Australia (or eligible to gain) including WHV or Skilled Migrant Visa Contact georgie.gardethe-schoolhouse.com.au or call on 073130 0846 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, click APPLY . SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with Primary and Secondary Schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Registration with SchoolHouse will provide exclusive access and alerts about suitable opportunities with our partner schools. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Thu, 06 JunSchoolHouse
Physical Education Teacher » Lissner, Charters Towers Area - Physical Education Teacher | North Queensland Physical Education Teacher Full Time | Permanent Role Commencing in Term 3 or 4 Independent Coeducational Boarding School North Queensland Location Relocation and accommodation assistance provided Graduate and experienced teachers welcome to apply SH4634 School Profile: SchoolHouse is working in partnership with a vibrant, co-educational day and boarding school in the Townsville region. The school has a proud tradition and its ethos centres around providing a holistic education from Pre-Prep to Year 12. The school provides a wide range of curriculum offerings and extracurricular activities. The college sets a benchmark in candidate care and offers generous relocation and accommodation assistance. Benefits of working at the school: Attractive remuneration package based on qualifications and level of experience Relocation expense scheme Accommodation assistance provided Remunerated for involvement in extra curricular activities (sport, arts, public speaking, rural activities) School accommodation provided for residential duties within the boarding house (negotiable) Reduced School Tuition Fee Scheme for families (full time work employees) Lunch provided for staff 3 weeks holiday in July Supportive work environment with excellent conditions Employment Requirements: Queensland College of Teachers Registration (or eligibility to gain) Working Rights for Australia (or eligible to gain) including WHV or Skilled Migrant Visa Contact georgie.gardethe-schoolhouse.com.au or call on 073130 0846 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, click APPLY . SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with Primary and Secondary Schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Registration with SchoolHouse will provide exclusive access and alerts about suitable opportunities with our partner schools. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Thu, 06 JunSchoolHouse
Technical Assistant - Metabolomics » Parkville, VIC - % discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families! About the Role The Metabolomics Australia... individual as a Technical Assistant who will be responsible for delivering analytical metabolomics services and providing... • Thu, 06 Jun
Assistant Accountant - Real Estate » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Our client supports the Real Estate industry, by offering them Accounting support. Client interaction & relationship building. Great team environment. Are you a recent accounting graduate or an experienced assistant accountant looking to advance your career? Our client are a reputable company supporting the Real Estate industry, by offering them Accounts/Trust Account support with a strong presence and fast growing team. As their business continues to grow, they are looking for their next Assistant Accountant . This entry level role will contribute to this aim by initially providing support to clients across creditors, bank reconciliations and client queries with progression into tasks like payroll, end of month procedures, BAS and IAS lodgements and taking primary responsibility for your own client end to end. Given the dynamic nature of the role, we are looking for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and can handle a high volume of work. Experience & understanding in core accounting a must as well as university graduates or 3rd/4th year students who can balance full time work with their ongoing studies. BENEFITS: Hybrid working arrangement with WFH - Up to 2 days per week after probation period. Very fast growing business offering career progression with clear milestones Client interaction & relationship building - not just accounting Stunning CBD office location Full training & structured onboarding, very good processes in place Attractive remuneration depending on experience level up to $75K Package How to apply: Please submit your resume by hitting APPLY or contact us directly: Drue Burbery druehuntdrecruit.au 0437 938 229 Jessica Mayes jesshuntdrecruit.au 0411 589 051 All applications will be held in strict confidence , only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Thank you for your understanding. To keep up to date with our latest jobs, visit our jobs page: https://huntdrecruit.au/candidates/ • Thu, 06 JunHuntd Recruitment
Assistant Company Secretary » Melbourne, VIC - Join our team as an Assistant Company Secretary on a 12-month fixed-term parental leave cover. In this role, you'll... Post-graduate qualifications in Corporate Governance (highly desirable) What we can offer you: An attractive... • Wed, 05 JunEquity Trustees
Research Assistant - Mental Health » Melbourne, VIC - , Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families! About the Role... We are seeking a highly motivated Research Assistant with experience in mental health settings to join the Ramsay Clinic Albert Road... • Tue, 04 JunThe University of Melbourne$83159 - 95518 per year
Assistant Property Manager » Sydney, NSW - an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Property Manager to join our team working on a unique mixed portfolio covering retail... property! NSW Certificate of Registration required University graduate (Property/Real Estate background) with at least 1 year... • Tue, 04 JunJones Lang LaSalle
Technical Assistant - Metabolomics » Parkville, VIC - % discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families! About the Role The Metabolomics Australia... individual as a Technical Assistant who will be responsible for delivering analytical metabolomics services and providing... • Tue, 04 JunThe University of Melbourne$83159 - 95518 per year
Implementation Science Research Assistant » Parkville, VIC - , fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families... Best together with a growing team of researchers. As a research assistant, you will contribute to various implementation research... • Tue, 04 JunThe University of Melbourne$76210 - 83468 per year
Implementation Science Research Assistant » Parkville, VIC - , fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families... Best together with a growing team of researchers. As a research assistant, you will contribute to various implementation research... • Tue, 04 JunThe University of Melbourne$76210 - 113262 per year
Graduate Agronomist » Swan Hill, Swan Hill Area - Are you ready to make a difference in broadacre farming while learning from the industry's best? At Dodgshun Medlin, we're offering an opportunity for graduates like you to assist our clients in planning and executing their crop strategies from sowing to harvest. You'll have the chance to work in a team, choose a speciality, attend training events and access specialist support in areas like crop nutrition, rotation, weed control, machinery, tech, and operations. About Us Dodgshun Medlin is a unique blend of agronomists, accountants, tax, finance, risk, and wealth specialists, all working together to create seamless planning for enterprise farming. Delivering foresight, clarity and confidence. Since our founding in 1957, we've played a significant role in transforming the Mallee into a prosperous cropping region. With our base in Swan Hill, a Collins Street office, and a growing network of regional satellites, we're expanding our reach across VIC, SA and NSW. We're committed to sustainability, diversity, and the welfare of our communities. About You We're looking for someone who: Has completed or is about to complete an Agribusiness/Ag Science degree with a broadacre focus Has a strong affinity with the land Is interested in developing an agronomic specialisation Possesses strong interpersonal, written, and presentation skills Is ethical, community-minded, and accepting of a diverse, inclusive workplace Is self-motivated and able to work independently Can interface with ultra-modern tech Is an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident The Role As a Graduate Agronomist, you'll: Work in various agricultural roles to expand your knowledge Scout for potential pests and diseases within crops Participate in field trial work for hands-on experience Assist in preparing for client visits Ensure accurate data recording in our systems Compile and prepare client reports Assist in the preparation and running of field days and crop walks Attend training events to accelerate your career Be based in Swan Hill, with potential for other regional locations Our Mission Our goal is to develop thriving regional communities, supported by sustainable, confident, and prosperous farming businesses. We integrate agronomic and financial services into tailored, seamless planning. We're ethical, professional, hard-working, and empathetic, and we derive immense satisfaction from helping our clients achieve their goals. If this resonates with you, we need you on our team. • Tue, 04 JunDodgshun Medlin
Executive Assistant » Sydney, NSW - Primary Details Time Type: Full time Worker Type: Employee The Opportunity Executive Assistant to Global... role As the Executive Assistant to the Group Head of Performance, Group Head of Underwriting Governance, Sustainability... • Mon, 03 JunQBE Insurance
Technical Assistant - Metabolomics » Parkville, VIC - % discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families! About the Role The Metabolomics Australia... individual as a Technical Assistant who will be responsible for delivering analytical metabolomics services and providing... • Mon, 03 JunThe University of Melbourne$83159 - 95518 per year
Medical Laboratory Assistant - Pathology Collector/ Phlebotomist » Wagga Wagga, NSW - Employment Type: Various Position Classification: Technical Assistant Grade 2 Remuneration... Laboratory Assistant to join our dedicated team at Wagga to perform blood collections and process sample in the laboratory. The... • Mon, 03 JunNSW Health
Legal Assistant/Paralegal - Commercial Litigation » Brisbane, QLD - is essential supporting 1 Partner, Associate and Graduate The role As a Legal Assistant, you will be supporting a Partner...Brisbane CBD law firm has an exciting opportunity for a Legal Assistant to work in the Commercial Litigation department... • Mon, 03 JunEmpire Group$75000 - 90000 per year
Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy, Education-focused » Dennington, Warrnambool - Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy, Education-focused A fantastic opportunity to advance your teaching career within the higher education field of Curriculum and Pedagogy. We are exclusively inviting current and former sessional academic individuals who have made valuable contributions within the discipline and to the academic community at the University to apply. Based at our Warrnambool Campus Full-time and continuing in the School of Education Level B $108,804 - $128,689 17% Superannuation (pro rata, part time) Applications are currently being accepted exclusively from our current and former sessional academic cohorts at Deakin. Applicants must have been engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin University within two years of the advertising date to be eligible to apply. Applications that do not meet criterion will not be considered at this time. The role is an Education-Focused Academic and is one of Deakin's newest employment classifications. It is tailored for academics dedicated to student-centred teaching, fostering a passion for teaching excellence and pioneering innovative educational practices. The School of Education places a high emphasis on evidence-informed teaching that makes a difference to the professions and communities that we serve. Our teaching programs are at the forefront of, learning, creativity, social development, and groundbreaking research and discovery. We work closely with our industry partners and government bodies to translate discoveries into real-word impact. This role will specifically be working within the School of Education and will include teaching and learning leadership in relation to our Curriculum and Pedagogy programs at undergraduate and post graduate levels. About the role: Suited to a person with an emerging record and passion for learning and teaching, and a keen interest in contributing to community engagement for teaching and employability. Lead unit teaching teams and work collaboratively with other unit teaching teams in the course to develop effective unit curricula and learning resources (including through unit leadership roles). Contribute to the review of units and courses and implement refinements. Assist in applying industry, clinical and/or research practice into student learning experiences, success, engagement and resources. Adopt innovation in curriculum design at the unit level and deliver learner-centric, research-informed teaching practices across different levels / modes of delivery. Maintain deep discipline knowledge which is applied to inform unit design. Design collaborative learning opportunities at the unit level. Support diverse learners by designing accessible and inclusive unit material and practices. Contribute effectively to a culture of educational excellence and engage collaboratively with peers. Build teaching and learning capability related to discipline or pedagogy and effective unit teaching teams and support the professional development of junior colleagues. As a Lecturer in Education, Education-focused, you will: Demonstrate emerging reputation in the scholarship of teaching and educational development through independent contribution to pedagogical research activity and publication in learning and teaching, including testing the effectiveness of innovations designed to improve student and graduate outcomes including graduate employment. Assist in integrating new pedagogical research across all aspects of education. Advance knowledge within their specific fields/areas of teaching scholarship and pedagogical research activity. Demonstrate evidence of a developing profile in the scholarship of teaching and educational development, high levels of discipline-related expertise and pedagogical knowledge and/or evidence of contribution to discipline-based research. To be successful, you'll have: Demonstrated passion for teaching and learning. Ability to deliver effective teaching practices to improve student success and engagement. PhD in a relevant discipline and/or other relevant qualifications and experience Excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in UG and/or PG programs, including innovative curriculum design Ability to contribute to communities through research translation and professional practice Capacity to contribute to leadership of research and administration. Special Requirements This position may require the incumbent to travel domestically and/or internationally to undertake their duties and/or attend conferences, events and to represent the university. This position requires the incumbent to hold a current Working with Children Check Here's how to apply: To be eligible to apply, you must currently be a sessional academic at Deakin or have been previously engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin within the last two years of the advertising date. To find out if you are eligible to apply, please contact People Connect on 61 3 5247 9999 or peopleconnectdeakin.edu.au Please submit your updated resume, a short cover letter and responses to the Key Selection Criteria. For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Damien Blake (Head of School Education) at damian.blakedeakin.edu.au For a copy of the position description, please see below: Level-BEducation-Focused Curriculum and Pedagogy.pdf Applications for this position close on 13th of June, 2024. Are You Ready? Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic, and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community. We understand that our reputation has been built on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse working environment with opportunities to grow and develop careers. We believe that a progressive, thriving culture will ensure that people choose to come, and stay at Deakin and contribute to our ongoing success. We value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities, cultures, sexual orientation, and genders. • Mon, 03 JunDeakin University
Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, Education-focused » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Based at our Melbourne, Burwood Campus Full-time and continuing in the School of Education Level B $108,804 - $128,689 17% Superannuation (pro rata, part time) Applications are currently being accepted exclusively from our current and former sessional academic cohorts at Deakin. Applicants must have been engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin University within two years of the advertising date to be eligible to apply. Applications that do not meet criterion will not be considered at this time. The role is an Education-Focused Academic and is one of Deakin's newest employment classifications. It is tailored for academics dedicated to student-centred teaching, fostering a passion for teaching excellence and pioneering innovative educational practices. The School of Education places a high emphasis on evidence-informed teaching that makes a difference to the professions and communities that we serve. Our teaching programs are at the forefront of, learning, creativity, social development, and groundbreaking research and discovery. We work closely with our industry partners and government bodies to translate discoveries into real-word impact. This role will specifically be working within the School of Education and will include teaching and learning leadership in relation to our Early Childhood Education programs at undergraduate and post graduate levels. About the role: Suited to a person with an emerging record and passion for learning and teaching, and a keen interest in contributing to community engagement for teaching and employability. Lead unit teaching teams and work collaboratively with other unit teaching teams in the course to develop effective unit curricula and learning resources (including through unit leadership roles). Contribute to the review of units and courses and implement refinements. Assist in applying industry, clinical and/or research practice into student learning experiences, success, engagement and resources. Adopt innovation in curriculum design at the unit level and deliver learner-centric, research-informed teaching practices across different levels / modes of delivery. Maintain deep discipline knowledge which is applied to inform unit design. Design collaborative learning opportunities at the unit level. Support diverse learners by designing accessible and inclusive unit material and practices. Contribute effectively to a culture of educational excellence and engage collaboratively with peers. Build teaching and learning capability related to discipline or pedagogy and effective unit teaching teams and support the professional development of junior colleagues. As a Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, Education-focused, you will: Demonstrate emerging reputation in the scholarship of teaching and educational development through independent contribution to pedagogical research activity and publication in learning and teaching, including testing the effectiveness of innovations designed to improve student and graduate outcomes including graduate employment. Assist in integrating new pedagogical research across all aspects of education. Advance knowledge within their specific fields/areas of teaching scholarship and pedagogical research activity. Demonstrate evidence of a developing profile in the scholarship of teaching and educational development, high levels of discipline-related expertise and pedagogical knowledge and/or evidence of contribution to discipline-based research. To be successful, you'll have: Demonstrated passion for teaching and learning. Ability to deliver effective teaching practices to improve student success and engagement. PhD in a relevant discipline and/or other relevant qualifications and experience Excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in UG and/or PG programs, including innovative curriculum design Ability to contribute to communities through research translation and professional practice Capacity to contribute to leadership of research and administration. Special Requirements This position may require the incumbent to travel domestically and/or internationally to undertake their duties and/or attend conferences, events and to represent the university. This position requires the incumbent to hold a current Working with Children Check Here's how to apply: To be eligible to apply, you must currently be a sessional academic at Deakin or have been previously engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin within the last two years of the advertising date. To find out if you are eligible to apply, please contact People Connect on 61 3 5247 9999 or peopleconnectdeakin.edu.au Please submit your updated resume, a short cover letter and responses to the Key Selection Criteria. For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Damien Blake (Head of School Education) at damian.blakedeakin.edu.au For a copy of the position description, please see below: Level-BEducation-Focused Early Childhood Education Applications for this position close on 13th of June, 2024. Are You Ready? Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic, and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community. We understand that our reputation has been built on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse working environment with opportunities to grow and develop careers. We believe that a progressive, thriving culture will ensure that people choose to come, and stay at Deakin and contribute to our ongoing success. We value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities, cultures, sexual orientation, and genders. • Mon, 03 JunDeakin University
Assistant Project Manger - Project Management » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - At GHD, we don't just believe in the power of commitment, we live and breathe it every day. If you want to start a career with impact, whether solving everyday problems through to tackling some of the great challenges our clients and communities face, you'll find that here. That's why we pledge to empower all our people to make a positive impact and ensure you're provided the necessary training and experiences to make those aspirations a reality. We know community impact is important to our staff. Our GHD in the Community program partners with not-for-profit organisations to provide opportunities to work on pro-bono projects, volunteering and fundraising for philanthropic and humanitarian causes. As a business we also funnel some of our profits into the GHD Foundation, a registered charity that works to address disadvantage and inequality in children accessing STEAM education in our countries of operation. What does being a Graduate mean for you? Outside of the technical development you'll gain working within your team, you'll also join GHD's two-year Graduate Development Program. The Graduate Program will connect you peers across Australia, New Zealand, the broader Asia Pacific region and the Middle East. We offer optional rotations in the second year of your program to help explore your career pathway, a structured approach to promotions and salary reviews over your first two years and a culture that is friendly, inclusive and not built on hierarchy. Want to know more about life as a Consultant in GHD? GHD, in partnership with The Forage, a global provider of job simulations, have developed a self-paced Virtual Internship where you'll start to explore what a career in our Engineering teams looks like. You'll hear from one of the Leaders in our Rail team who'll outline some of the topics we cover, as well as talking you through a bit more of what we do in GHD. The Virtual Internship should only take you 3-4 hours to complete We're not asking you to undertake complex calculations, but rather understand some of the challenge we work with on a day-to-day basis. To learn more, access our Virtual Engineering Internship here. What you'll be doing As a Graduate Project Manager, you will play a pivotal role in planning, executing, and closing projects efficiently and effectively. Your responsibilities will span various industries, and you'll oversee projects from initiation to completion. The primary focus is on ensuring that projects meet their objectives within scope, time, and budget constraints. Who are we looking for? We are looking for Students and Graduates from an Built Environment Discipline with an interest in Project Management to join our program in 2025. We may also have some mid-year starting positions as well for those of you finishing in June this year Our Canberra Business is currently looking for a hard-working and passionate Graduate Assistant Project Manager to join our growing Project Management team. Our team is close-knit, and you will be an integral member supporting the team in delivering projects across a wide range of clients. This role offers exciting opportunities to be involved in delivering federal government projects, as well as traditional ACT government projects across a range of clients. The work will be diverse, including assisting in project planning, developing project management documentation, project reporting, attending client meetings and supporting the project manager in the day-to-day delivery of a project. You will have experienced staff to guide and mentor you, as well as access to the GHD Young Professionals network. Key Responsibilities Project Planning and Execution: Collaborate with project managers and team members to define project goals, scope, and deliverables. Develop project plans, including timelines, milestones, and resource allocation. Monitor project progress, identify risks, and implement mitigation strategies. Stakeholder Communication: Liaise with clients, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure clear communication throughout the project lifecycle. Provide regular updates on project status, addressing any concerns promptly. Budget and Cost Management: Assist in estimating project costs and preparing budgets. Monitor expenses, track financial performance, and ensure adherence to budgetary constraints. Quality Assurance: Assist the regulation of project quality by ensuring compliance with standards, specifications, and best practices. Assist the PM to conduct regular inspections and quality checks. Risk Management: Assist the PM to identify potential risks and develop risk mitigation plans. Proactively address issues to minimize project disruptions. Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate project documentation, including progress reports and meeting minutes. Prepare reports for stakeholders. Collaboration and Teamwork: Work closely with cross-functional teams, including architects, engineers, contractors, and designers. Foster a collaborative environment to achieve project success. What does the rest of GHD's process look like? Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed by one of our Talent Acquisition team members who manage each of our regions. From there, the rest of our recruitment process includes: Formal interviews, either in person or via MS Teams. Prior to our interview we'll also ask you to go through some online testing through one of our providers, Saville. An offer, where we'll go through your salary package and the start date for our program, as well as flagging our background checking process. In our application process, we want to be as inclusive as possible to ensure everyone has an equitable chance of proceeding through. If you identify as someone who is neurodiverse, or who has a disability and may require changes to any of the processes outlined above, please respond to the question at the start of our process and we'll be in touch where appropriate. How do you apply? Select the "Apply" button Please allow up to 10 minutes to complete the questions. Upload a copy of your updated cover letter, CV and academic transcript/s. If you're successful through our recruitment process, your full-time position will start in February 2025. There may also be ongoing opportunities for casual work throughout your final year of studies. Interested? Apply now. LI-TH1 • Mon, 03 JunGHD
Clinical Trials Administration Assistant - St Vincent's Hospital Sydney » Sydney, NSW - Position Title: Clinical Trials Assistant Employment Type: Full Time, Maximum Term (up to 12 months) Hours per week... range of clinical and non-clinical education programs Supported post graduate opportunities within applicable fields Career... • Sat, 01 JunNSW Health$69840.79 - 71439.54 per year
Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy, Education-focused » Warrnambool, Warrnambool Region - Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy, Education-focused A fantastic opportunity to advance your teaching career within the higher education field of Curriculum and Pedagogy. We are exclusively inviting current and former sessional academic individuals who have made valuable contributions within the discipline and to the academic community at the University to apply. Based at our Warrnambool Campus Full-time and continuing in the School of Education Level B $108,804 - $128,689 17% Superannuation (pro rata, part time) Applications are currently being accepted exclusively from our current and former sessional academic cohorts at Deakin. Applicants must have been engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin University within two years of the advertising date to be eligible to apply. Applications that do not meet criterion will not be considered at this time. The role is an Education-Focused Academic and is one of Deakin’s newest employment classifications. It is tailored for academics dedicated to student-centred teaching, fostering a passion for teaching excellence and pioneering innovative educational practices. The School of Education places a high emphasis on evidence-informed teaching that makes a difference to the professions and communities that we serve. Our teaching programs are at the forefront of, learning, creativity, social development, and groundbreaking research and discovery. We work closely with our industry partners and government bodies to translate discoveries into real-word impact. This role will specifically be working within the School of Education and will include teaching and learning leadership in relation to our Curriculum and Pedagogy programs at undergraduate and post graduate levels. About the role: Suited to a person with an emerging record and passion for learning and teaching, and a keen interest in contributing to community engagement for teaching and employability. Lead unit teaching teams and work collaboratively with other unit teaching teams in the course to develop effective unit curricula and learning resources (including through unit leadership roles). Contribute to the review of units and courses and implement refinements. Assist in applying industry, clinical and/or research practice into student learning experiences, success, engagement and resources. Adopt innovation in curriculum design at the unit level and deliver learner-centric, research-informed teaching practices across different levels / modes of delivery. Maintain deep discipline knowledge which is applied to inform unit design. Design collaborative learning opportunities at the unit level. Support diverse learners by designing accessible and inclusive unit material and practices. Contribute effectively to a culture of educational excellence and engage collaboratively with peers. Build teaching and learning capability related to discipline or pedagogy and effective unit teaching teams and support the professional development of junior colleagues. As a Lecturer in Education, Education-focused, you will: Demonstrate emerging reputation in the scholarship of teaching and educational development through independent contribution to pedagogical research activity and publication in learning and teaching, including testing the effectiveness of innovations designed to improve student and graduate outcomes including graduate employment. Assist in integrating new pedagogical research across all aspects of education. Advance knowledge within their specific fields/areas of teaching scholarship and pedagogical research activity. Demonstrate evidence of a developing profile in the scholarship of teaching and educational development, high levels of discipline-related expertise and pedagogical knowledge and/or evidence of contribution to discipline-based research. To be successful, you’ll have: Demonstrated passion for teaching and learning. Ability to deliver effective teaching practices to improve student success and engagement. PhD in a relevant discipline and/or other relevant qualifications and experience Excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in UG and/or PG programs, including innovative curriculum design Ability to contribute to communities through research translation and professional practice Capacity to contribute to leadership of research and administration. Special Requirements This position may require the incumbent to travel domestically and/or internationally to undertake their duties and/or attend conferences, events and to represent the university. This position requires the incumbent to hold a current Working with Children Check Here's how to apply: To be eligible to apply, you must currently be a sessional academic at Deakin or have been previously engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin within the last two years of the advertising date. To find out if you are eligible to apply, please contact People Connect on 61 3 5247 9999 or peopleconnectdeakin.edu.au Please submit your updated resume, a short cover letter and responses to the Key Selection Criteria. For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Damien Blake (Head of School Education) at damian.blakedeakin.edu.au For a copy of the position description, please see below: Level-BEducation-Focused Curriculum and Pedagogy.pdf Applications for this position close on 13th of June, 2024. Are You Ready? Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic, and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community. We understand that our reputation has been built on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse working environment with opportunities to grow and develop careers. We believe that a progressive, thriving culture will ensure that people choose to come, and stay at Deakin and contribute to our ongoing success. We value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities, cultures, sexual orientation, and genders. • Sat, 01 JunDeakin University
SAES1 Assistant Director, Site Support » Adelaide, SA - Australia. It is crucial that any reforms serve our Aboriginal children, families and communities. The Assistant Director..., with an initial focus on the expansion of government preschool, KindyCare and OSHC. The Assistant Director, Site Support will ensure... • Fri, 31 MayGovernment of South Australia
Clinical Trials Administration Assistant » Sydney, NSW - Job Description: Position Title: Clinical Trials Assistant Employment Type: Full Time, Maximum Term (up to 12 months... a large range of clinical and non-clinical education programs Supported post graduate opportunities within applicable fields... • Fri, 31 MaySt Vincent's Health Australia$69840.79 - 71439.54 per year
SAES1 Assistant Director, System Readiness » Adelaide, SA - Assistant Director, System Readiness will work across the Department to identify, develop, sequence and coordinate delivery..., KindyCare and OSHC. The Assistant Director, System Readiness will ensure that the department’s policies, systems, processes... • Fri, 31 MayGovernment of South Australia
Graduate - Assistant Project Manager » Sydney, NSW - Graduate Assistant Project Manager Be involved. Be heard. Belong. Beca is one of the Asia-Pacific region's largest... our team to help you achieve your career goals and develop professionally. A graduate programme that operates in parallel... • Fri, 31 MayBeca
Intermediate Accountant - Significant career growth on offer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - This is a fast-growing business & they have an opportunity for someone who is passionate & motivated and on the lookout for significant career growth. This is a fast-growing business and they have an opportunity for someone who is passionate and motivated and on the lookout for significant career growth. Flexible working hours & work from home after probation 5 additional days leave for wellness and recharging Monthly team meetings and personalised progression plans The Company: Our client is a people first organisation. They recognise, encourage and develop their employee’s diverse skills and accomplishments. They empower their people to be leaders and are focused on promoting internally ensuring there is room for everyone to grow. The Opportunity The role will allow you to eventually grow your own client base while being supported and mentored directly by the partners. Manage and develop your own client base Use your strong technical skills to help mentor and manage a graduate accountant Assisting in researching and delivering tax planning and advisory services Identify tax issues and value-add opportunities Opportunity to conduct various consulting activities with a broad array of clients About You You will be energetic, outgoing, social and be willing to involve yourself in all aspects of a modern business. Degree qualified CA/CPA completed or near completion 3 years’ experience in an Australian Public Practice in Business Services Exposure to a broad range of tax, accounting and business matters A desire to learn and work collaboratively Strong technical and organisational skills Strong communication and interpersonal skills Benefits Bi-annual performance and pay reviews 5 additional days leave for wellness and recharging WFH flexibility Paid study/exam leave and reimbursement of CA/CPA on successful completion Direct Partner Mentoring Comprehensive career progression framework including pathway to partnership Social club and regular events Paperless office How to Apply To apply for this role, please submit your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively, you can contact Emily Geyer on (03) 9077 7491 / emilyengagepersonnel.com.au for a confidential chat. Not quite what you’re looking for? Please touch base, as we have many more opportunities that are not advertised. All communication will be strictly confidential • Fri, 31 MayEngage Personnel
Graduate - Marketing Assistant Structural Heart (24 month contract) » Macquarie Park, Ryde Area - Careers That Change Lives At Medtronic, no two days will be the same, in the role you will be able to work with many different teams, learn about breakthrough therapies and see the impact they have on patients. A Day in The Life You will be involved in supporting the administrative, marketing and execution needs of the Structural Heart business, one of the highest growth businesses in Medtronic. This role will enable you to navigate through challenging scenarios, develop your leadership and resilience skills, as well as develop an eye for detail that will allow you to excel in this and future roles. You will gain insight into various parts of the product life cycle, and you will see firsthand the impact you can make using advanced technologies. Key Accountabilities: Support the ANZ marketing and market development teams within Structural Heart portfolio at Medtronic Creation and localization of marketing collateral and approval within the new Veeva Vault system Support on key marketing campaigns and dissemination of clinical data to sales teams Supporting event management for market development teams Congress strategy support and execution Provides analysis, reporting and internal communication services as and when required Develops knowledge of industry and organisational processes Must Have: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Biomedical or Health Sciences graduate with a thirst for knowledge and a keen interest in medical devices (will accept those in their final year of studies) Being a proactive thinker and problem solver Having a strong collaborative approach and an ability to work across different teams and developing relationships at all levels across the organisation Excellent communication skills A willingness and enthusiasm to learn new concepts with a growth mindset A team player able to easily work with different functions and customers Our Offer: In our 5th Tenet of our Mission, we recognize the personal worth of employees by providing an employment framework that allows personal satisfaction in work accomplished, security, advancement opportunity, and means to share in the company's success. We believe in rewarding our staff with a complete package of benefits designed to support them at every career and life stage. As a result, our employees have access to the following benefits, to name a few: Range of on-demand online health and wellness training resources, apps, videos, and communities We invest in professional training and development for employees at all levels. Our Employee Resource Groups (ERG)- foster awareness and inclusion in the workplace. Various insurance benefits include life and disability and salary continuances We have generous employee referral programs, corporate discount programs, leave benefits, and more About Medtronic Together, we can change healthcare worldwide. At Medtronic, we push the limits of what technology can do to help alleviate pain, restore health, and extend Life. We challenge ourselves and each other to make tomorrow better than yesterday. It is what makes this an exciting and rewarding place to be. Medtronic has been servicing Australia and New Zealand since 1973. We are a Best Place to Work in Australia and certified as a Great Place to Work in Australia and New Zealand. LinkedIn named Medtronic as a top company in Australia in 2021. The AFR has also recognized Medtronic on their' Most Innovative Companies List' in 2019 and 2020. Learn more about working at Medtronic: https://www.medtronic.com/au-en/about/careers.html At Medtronic, we have an ongoing commitment to fostering a culture of inclusion, diversity, and equality. Therefore, we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply, regardless of their culture, religion, identity, ability, or race. We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from our Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori people. Should applicants need assistance during the application process for accessibility reasons, we will accommodate this upon request. • Fri, 31 MayMedtronic Inc.
Office Administrator » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Ready to step up in your admin career? Entry level office manager role, supporting mid-size construction firm. Training provided. Attitude is key COMPANY: Commercial construction firm specialising in both new build and fit out projects up to $10M. This company based in Hawthorn focus on projects across government led sectors, including education, community, sporting and entertainment. They're progressive and focus on inspiring others as well as offering career growth. The role: Based full time in the office, reporting into the Director and supporting a team of 25. With their focus on development, they are keen to consider administration assistants, Receptionists or business graduates who are eager to step up in their career and take on more responsibility and leadership. The best fit for this environment will be someone with a confident personality, a mature manner but can add to a fun culture. If you're looking to step into the fast paced construction industry, this opportunity can provide a long-term career, taking on more responsibility as you go. Accounts Payable Assist with payroll and leave management Organise events and functions Timesheets Support ISO quality systems Executive level support Hours of work are generally 8am-5pm, but there can be some flexibility to this if required. To apply for the role, please submit your resume via the link. For a list of our other vacancies, please visit our website www.aspectpersonnel.com.au • Fri, 31 MayAspect Personnel
Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, Education-focused » Burwood, Whitehorse Area - Based at our Melbourne, Burwood Campus Full-time and continuing in the School of Education Level B $108,804 - $128,689 17% Superannuation (pro rata, part time) Applications are currently being accepted exclusively from our current and former sessional academic cohorts at Deakin. Applicants must have been engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin University within two years of the advertising date to be eligible to apply. Applications that do not meet criterion will not be considered at this time. The role is an Education-Focused Academic and is one of Deakin’s newest employment classifications. It is tailored for academics dedicated to student-centred teaching, fostering a passion for teaching excellence and pioneering innovative educational practices. The School of Education places a high emphasis on evidence-informed teaching that makes a difference to the professions and communities that we serve. Our teaching programs are at the forefront of, learning, creativity, social development, and groundbreaking research and discovery. We work closely with our industry partners and government bodies to translate discoveries into real-word impact. This role will specifically be working within the School of Education and will include teaching and learning leadership in relation to our Early Childhood Education programs at undergraduate and post graduate levels. About the role: Suited to a person with an emerging record and passion for learning and teaching, and a keen interest in contributing to community engagement for teaching and employability. Lead unit teaching teams and work collaboratively with other unit teaching teams in the course to develop effective unit curricula and learning resources (including through unit leadership roles). Contribute to the review of units and courses and implement refinements. Assist in applying industry, clinical and/or research practice into student learning experiences, success, engagement and resources. Adopt innovation in curriculum design at the unit level and deliver learner-centric, research-informed teaching practices across different levels / modes of delivery. Maintain deep discipline knowledge which is applied to inform unit design. Design collaborative learning opportunities at the unit level. Support diverse learners by designing accessible and inclusive unit material and practices. Contribute effectively to a culture of educational excellence and engage collaboratively with peers. Build teaching and learning capability related to discipline or pedagogy and effective unit teaching teams and support the professional development of junior colleagues. As a Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, Education-focused, you will: Demonstrate emerging reputation in the scholarship of teaching and educational development through independent contribution to pedagogical research activity and publication in learning and teaching, including testing the effectiveness of innovations designed to improve student and graduate outcomes including graduate employment. Assist in integrating new pedagogical research across all aspects of education. Advance knowledge within their specific fields/areas of teaching scholarship and pedagogical research activity. Demonstrate evidence of a developing profile in the scholarship of teaching and educational development, high levels of discipline-related expertise and pedagogical knowledge and/or evidence of contribution to discipline-based research. To be successful, you’ll have: Demonstrated passion for teaching and learning. Ability to deliver effective teaching practices to improve student success and engagement. PhD in a relevant discipline and/or other relevant qualifications and experience Excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in UG and/or PG programs, including innovative curriculum design Ability to contribute to communities through research translation and professional practice Capacity to contribute to leadership of research and administration. Special Requirements This position may require the incumbent to travel domestically and/or internationally to undertake their duties and/or attend conferences, events and to represent the university. This position requires the incumbent to hold a current Working with Children Check Here's how to apply: To be eligible to apply, you must currently be a sessional academic at Deakin or have been previously engaged as a sessional academic at Deakin within the last two years of the advertising date. To find out if you are eligible to apply, please contact People Connect on 61 3 5247 9999 or peopleconnectdeakin.edu.au Please submit your updated resume, a short cover letter and responses to the Key Selection Criteria. For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Damien Blake (Head of School Education) at damian.blakedeakin.edu.au For a copy of the position description, please see below: Level-BEducation-Focused Early Childhood Education Applications for this position close on 13th of June, 2024. Are You Ready? Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic, and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community. We understand that our reputation has been built on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse working environment with opportunities to grow and develop careers. We believe that a progressive, thriving culture will ensure that people choose to come, and stay at Deakin and contribute to our ongoing success. We value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities, cultures, sexual orientation, and genders. • Fri, 31 MayDeakin University
Assistant Project Manger - Project Management » Canberra, ACT - as well for those of you finishing in June this year! Our Canberra Business is currently looking for a hard-working and passionate Graduate Assistant... children accessing STEAM education in our countries of operation. What does being a Graduate mean for you? Outside of the... • Thu, 30 MayGHD
Insolvency Senior to Supervisor » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Insolvency Accountant - Senior to Supervisor The Company Our client is a leading provider of professional services in Australia, offering a wide range of audit, tax, consulting, and business restructuring and insolvency services to clients in various industries. With a breadth of expertise and exceptional client service, they help their clients solve their most complex business challenges and achieve their strategic objectives. The Role This outstanding firm is seeking a highly motivated Senior to Supervisor Accountant to join their Restructuring and Insolvency team. As an senior/ supervisor accountant you will be responsible for overseeing day to day organization and tasks for a range of insolvency engagements, including liquidations, voluntary administrations, and receiverships. You will also be be a key member of a team of insolvency professionals and play your part in ensuring that engagements are completed in a timely and efficient manner. Key Responsibilities: Organize and administer day to day tasks for a range of insolvency engagements, including liquidations, voluntary administrations, and receiverships. Provide guidance and support to juniors and grads Assist with client relationships. Ensure that all engagements are completed in accordance with relevant laws and regulations. Assist with preparation of reports, correspondence, and other documentation. Qualifications and Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience in insolvency or restructuring Ideally part or fully qualified CPA or CA ARITA accredited beneficial Technical knowledge of insolvency laws and regulations Excellent team skills Keen to develop a career in Insolvency Benefits: Opportunities for career advancement Supportive and inclusive work culture Training and development programs. Flexible WFH programme Competitive salary package $80k to $115k dependent on experience How to Apply: If you are interested in this opportunity and meet the qualifications and experience requirements, please click below to apply or contact Steve Merritt on 0404 426 749 for an informal discussion. Only candidates with PR or Australian Citizenship are eligible to apply. • Wed, 29 MayHedley Scott Recruitment
Senior Mechanical/Electrical Estimator » Australia - About BMD BMD is Australia’s leading integrated engineering, construction and urban development business. As the largest privately owned civil contractor in Australia, BMD is at the forefront of excellence and its footprint expands globally to the Philippines and United Kingdom. With a commitment to long-term relationships and collaborative contracting setting us apart and through a team of over 2000 skilled professionals, BMD specialises in transformative infrastructure across diverse sectors. Benefits We offer a rewarding long-term career, opportunities to develop, and a culture that values your contribution. BMD recognises that we are strengthened by diversity and we embrace differences as an equal opportunity employer, providing a flexible and inclusive workplace that rewards excellence and promotes a healthy work-life balance. We offer unique benefits which includes specialised learning and development programs, a good health and wellbeing program, paid parental leave for primary and secondary carers and flexible work, novated leasing and discounts with hundreds of retailers. About the role Due to significant growth in our business especially in the water sector, we are looking to hire an experienced Mechanical/Electrical Estimator to join the estimating team. Our Estimators work closely with the pre-contracts team in evaluating and estimating tenders for project ranging in value, size and complexity. To be successful in this role, you will need to; Direct and/or produce the building of a first principle estimate for both direct costs and site overhead costs, on a wide range of national structural/mechanical/electrical infrastructure tenders. Mentor and train Graduate Engineers to assist with estimating tasks including quantity take-offs and subcontractor quotations. Review tender documents for scope of works, contract requirements and alternative design options. Assess the risks and opportunities in the construction of the project; including the ability to identify a winning edge. Oversee and/or prepare construction programs. To be successful in this role, you will need; Proven estimating experience in processing plants / heavy mechanical plants. Strong ability to interpret engineering drawings and develop the construction methodology and program. Willingness to maintain/develop associations with clients, consultants, suppliers and subcontractors within the industrial construction space. Previous experience with Expert Estimation or Cats software is advantageous. Self-motivation and the ability to work autonomously or as part of a team. To find out more about BMD or to explore other opportunities visit www.bmd.com.au . Due to the high volume of applications and enquiries, we are only able to respond to shortlisted candidates. No agency submissions will be accepted. Advertised: 28 May 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 28 Jun 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time • Wed, 29 MayBMD
MEDICAL ASSISTANT - ORCHARD HILLS URGENT CARE » Orchard Hills, NSW - California - Required: High school graduate or equivalent; Graduate of Medical Assistant program or one year previous medical back-office..., skill level, and education. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The Medical Assistant (MA) is responsible... • Wed, 29 MayHoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
Assistant Accountant Intern » Sydney, NSW - This a fantastic internship opportunity in a reputable company for a final year student or a recent graduate... : Were looking for Assistant Accountant. Our host company offers meaningful work experience, strong supervision, supportive... • Wed, 29 MayAtlam Group
Product Developer Assistant - Typo Global Support Centre » Geelong, VIC - Developer Assistant for our Stationery Category. As the pivotal link between the buyer and the supplier, you will be responsible... of others, then this could be your new role. SKILLS & EXPERIENCE Graduate degree / qualification in relevant field i.e. Fashion, Textiles, Production... • Tue, 28 MayCotton On
Mental Health Graduate Nurse Program 2025 » Fairfield, Fairfield Area - Are you looking for a Graduate Nurse Program in Mental Health? Supportive program commencing in January 2025 Based across Forensicare Services Extensive investment in facilities and people supporting our significant service expansion Salary $67,527.20 (RPN2-1) to $95,378 (RPN2-8)11.5% Super Benefits Salary packaging options that increase your take-home pay Free On-site Parking A career in the forensic mental health sector is diverse, challenging and rewarding. A career at Forensicare will be like no other. If you're passionate about supporting people in their mental health recovery, Forensicare is where you need to be. You will be a part of a caring and supportive team, making a real difference to people living with the dual stigma of mental illness and offending. We approach our work with curiosity and a commitment to understanding the unique needs of our consumers and carers. Working across community, hospital and prison settings, you can learn, apply your specialist skills and advance in your profession. Together, we can contribute to a more connected, compassionate mental health and criminal justice system. Forensicare is the statutory agency responsible for the provision of adult forensic mental health services across Victoria. Forensic mental health is a specialist area within the mental health service system. The services provided by Forensicare address the needs of offenders experiencing mental health issues, the mental health sector, the justice sector and the general community. The primary focus of this work is on providing clinical services for the effective assessment, treatment and management of forensic patients and clients and people with a mental illness who have offended or are at risk of offending. We are committed to providing Recovery-orientated forensic mental health services in which the principles of hope, social inclusion, personalised care and genuine collaboration are fundamental to practice. These services are delivered through three streams, inpatient services at Thomas Embling Hospital, community services through the Community Forensic Mental Health Service and prison based services at several locations. Forensicare provides a comprehensive research program and specialist training and professional education for our staff and mental health and associated fields. About the Role: The Early Career Graduate Nurse Program assists the graduate nurse in transition from student nurse to Registered nurse. It aims to enhance the clinical and professional confidence and competence of the graduate in a supportive environment, which fosters continuing learning, professional responsibilities and independence. Graduates will work rostered shifts, including nights. Rotations during the program will be split between various areas within Forensicare, with the opportunity for rotations at Thomas Embling Hospital and Prison based services. All graduates must be registered with AHPRA prior to commencement on the 20th of January 2025. To facilitate the development of graduates into competent, knowledgeable and responsible mental health nurses, all graduate nurses will be enrolled into the Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing. On successful completion of academic and clinical components of the graduate year you will continue onto the post graduate year. Study leave will be provided to meet academic requirements. Application Process: Register and apply for PMCV Allocation and Placement Service - list Forensicare (Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health) as a preference, including 2 Clinical References Submit Direct Application below - including Cover Letter, Resume (with at least 1x Clinical Reference, 1x Professional Reference if applicable), most current academic transcript (with key), mental health student clinical appraisal(s). Please note if you have not completed a mental health placement prior to your application, please submit another clinical appraisal. Please submit your mental health clinical appraisal when you receive it. Ensure to provide a mental health reference. For all other enquiries please contact the Early Career Graduate Program Coordinator: graduatenurseprogramforensicare.vic.gov.au Further information can also be found on our program website: https://www.forensicare.vic.gov.au/careers/graduate-nurse-program/ What you need: Bachelor of Nursing Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulations Agency (AHPRA) prior to the commencement of the program The successful candidate will be required to register their qualifications on eCredential A culture where people matter. Excellent supervision and investment in the skill development of all our team members. Well defined career pathways existing across our Directorates with multi-disciplined Teams. Salary Packaging Options available – Mortgage, Rent, Car, Expenses A leading, multi-faceted approach to safety, with unparalleled strategic, practical, individualised and team-based support to minimise risks and fear and maximise safety and security, underpinned by our workplace health and safety strategy. Celebration and reward for good performance through employee recognition. Access to an employee assistance program—an external, confidential, self-referral employee well-being program for personal or work-related matters. A mental health and wellbeing program providing psychological, peer support and critical incidence response programs. For more information on Careers at Forensicare, visit https://www.forensicare.vic.gov.au/careers Eligibility Influenza and Immunisation requirements specific to position Infection Control requirements This position is subject to a satisfactory Police Check Forensicare is an equal opportunity employer committed to attracting and developing a diverse workforce that reflects our community. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people who identify as LGBTQI, people with a lived experience of disability, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Forensicare promotes our guiding principles of curiosity, purpose, strong ethics, compassion, and fairness and promotes behaviours that are always consistent with these values. Forensicare is an equal opportunity employer and offers a smoke-free environment. • Tue, 28 MayVictorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health
Graduate Engineer or Assistant Project Manager » Thurgoona, Albury Region - Join a respected project management consultancy company. We are looking for either a Graduate engineer or Assistant Project Manager to join our team. About Us: AKPS is a respected project management consultancy serving regional NSW and VIC since 2013. We work with a wide range of clients, from medium-sized businesses to multi-national corporations, across industries like food manufacturing, engineering, health, and education. We are excited to offer a new position for a motivated individual looking to grow their career in project management. Position Overview: We are looking for either a Graduate Engineer or Assistant Project Manager . This role is perfect for those who have recently graduated or those with some experience who are eager to develop their skills further. Key Requirements: Degree in Mechanical, Chemical, Process Engineering, or similar. Professional experience (1-2years) is preferred but not mandatory. Strong problem-solving skills. Excellent verbal and written communication. Self-motivated with a natural curiosity. Attention to detail and a focused work approach. Responsibilities: Project Management Support: Update and monitor cloud-based project management systems. Handle project financials, quality assurance, and document control. Manage stakeholder communications. Documentation Preparation: Create progress reports, meeting minutes, and tender documents. Project Delivery Assistance: Participate in site meetings and resolve issues between consultants, contractors, and clients. Change Management: Assess and process variations, inspect site defects. Meeting Support: Assist in meetings with contractors, clients, and design consultants. Team Collaboration: Work with client and consultant engineering teams to meet quality standards and client expectations. Procurement Services: Help with tender preparations, evaluations, and contract executions. Ideal Candidate Attributes: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field. 1-2 years of experience (preferred but not required). Strong organizational skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Excellent attention to detail. Proven ability to take the initiative and problem-solve. Proficiency in project management tools (e.g., Microsoft Project, Excel). Ability to work both independently and in a team. Previous internship or project management experience (preferred but not required). Why AKPS? Hands-On Experience: Work on large and complex engineering projects for key clients. Supportive Environment: Collaborate in a team-focused workplace with growth opportunities for your career. Competitive Salary: Benefits include a competitive salary with flexible working arrangements. Impactful Work: Contribute to significant engineering projects and see the tangible results of your efforts through the project life cycle. Exciting Opportunities Await: Work directly with Directors and Project Leaders on major projects like: Large $100M FMCG manufacturing facilities. Sustainable energy generation facilities. Commercial construction projects in education, healthcare, commercial development, retail, and hospitality sectors. We invest in your development through on-the-job and external training, helping you build your technical skills. You'll be involved in fast-paced, complex projects, supported and mentored to grow both personally and professionally. How to apply: You will need full Australian working rights and a valid driver’s licence to be considered for this position. Additional assessments may apply. Click on "Apply" and upload your resume. For a copy of the position description or a confidential conversation, please contact Ashly via ashlytotalhrm.com.au or on 1800 868 254. Applications close: 26/06/2024, although you may be appointed earlier. Expert tip: Make your application stand out by adding a written cover letter. • Tue, 28 MayTotal HRM
Site Civil Engineer » Sydney, Sydney Region - ConsultANZ currently requires a full time Site Civil Engineer to assist our client with a project based in Sydney. ConsultANZ currently requires a full time Site Civil Engineer with at least 2-5 years post grad experience to assist our client with a project based in Sydney Main Duties Attend site construction meetings to monitor construction activities Manage and coordinate contract performance and construction practices by ensuring that efficient procedures are implemented and best practice is achieved Resolve problems and identify construction issues Understand the contract, scopes of works, engineering specifications and drawings Monitoring productivity levels on your section Maintain a strong focus on health and safety and ensure procedures are always implemented. Engage in and contribute to pre-project briefings with project management team to ensure full understanding of project outcomes and implementation program Coordinate with Project Manager re staffing, machinery/equipment, transportation/delivery and materials requirements to ensure adherence to project and contractual requirements Conduct project and daily pre-start briefings (if supervisor unable) with crew/s to ensure that all crew members are fully appraised of job details, requirements, and outcomes Oversee and direct the work of site crew/s daily to ensure daily schedules/targets are met within safe work parameters and quality requirements Notify client, site engineers/project managers in a timely manner of any incidents, issues or delays to ensure all matters impacting contractual terms are promptly resolved Conduct shut down/completion debrief of on-site crews and participate and contribute to project completion debriefs with project management team Identify training needs requirements for site crew personnel and report to Project Manager Assist in the performance evaluation process for site crew personnel Requirements: Understanding and experience in general civil engineering. A practical-minded hands-on approach coupled with excellent communication and people skills. Management skills for handling staff and sub-contractors 2-5 years' post grad experience with a civil engineering degree or equivalent qualification The ability to think fast on your feet and make tough calls in a demanding environment Highly motivated attitude to learn and grow within the industry Benefits Attractive salary package of $70k - $110k base super (negotiable dependent on experience). Permanent Full-time position. Project ownership and autonomy within the role, to run your own projects. Career progression is available for the right candidate. If this is the opportunity you have been looking for, please APPLY NOW . REFER A FRIEND: Was this job not right for you? Do you know someone who might be suitable? Refer a friend today and if successful, receive a $500 reward • Tue, 28 MayConsultANZ
Clinical Nurse Educator - Scrub Scout » The Rocks, Sydney - Permanent Full Time Position State of the art Interventional Suite Beautiful Northern Beaches Location About the Role We are currently seeking a motivated and passionate clinician, experienced and highly skilled Registered Nurse to undertake the role of Clinical Nurse Educator (Scrub/Scout) at Northern Beaches Hospital, and to support our high level commitment to education and training. The position of Clinical Nurse Educator will work closely with the Interventional Suite and the Education Services Department at NBH. You will be a member of a cohort of Educators within the Interventional Suite and become a member of the overall Education Services Department at NBH. About Northern Beaches Hospital Northern Beaches Hospital provides world-class, Level 5 delineation services for both public and private patients. The hospital features 486 beds, 50-bed Emergency Department, 20-bed general and cardiothoracic ICU, 14 state-of-the-art theatres including cardiac catheter labs, world-class education centre, doctors lounge and excellent staff facilities including café and car parking. From cardiothoracic surgery and neurosurgery to luxury maternity and excellent emergency care, Northern Beaches Hospital has a wide range of services that can help you build a healthcare career in your chosen field. The Interventional Suite accommodates adult & paediatrics patients, for planned & unplanned procedures &/or surgery. It comprises: 14 state-of-the-art operating theatres including a hybrid theatre & a cardiothoracic theatre; 2 Cardiac Catheter Labs; 4 Procedure Rooms; 41 bed Recovery Unit; and state of the art Sterilizing Services Department. Essential Criteria: Bachelor of Science (Nursing) or equivalent Current registration as a Nurse with AHPRA Minimum 3 years Post Graduate experience High Level clinical skills and proven experience in primary area of practice Excellent communication skills and high degree of computer literacy Highly motivated and able to work independently Accountability for own performance and behaviour Desirable Relevant post graduate qualifications in area of specialty or working towards As a Clinical Nurse Educator: Orientate, induct and brief new staff/Graduates/students to the facility and their roles and responsibilities during the clinical placement Ensure the safety of patients/consumers and staff through the maintenance of safe practice Assist Graduates and staff to apply problem solving and reflective skills in their clinical practice Identify the learning needs of the staff within the specialty Demonstrate clinical expertise and professional role modelling Hands on teaching approach Promoting a high standard of evidence based nursing care to all patients, through dissemination of current best practice knowledge Supervising staff compliance to annual mandatory training and completion of eLearning components Provide written reports for Graduate Nurses Conduct Continuing Professional Development sessions Liaise with the Education Services Department Employee Benefits: Our OneHealthscope rewards program gives you access to a range of wellness benefits, discounted Healthscope services for you and your family. Education and support Opportunity to consolidate skills Health and fitness benefits via Fitness Passport Salary packaging for novated leasing, additional superannuation contributions and airport lounge memberships Health insurance discounts and offers from our corporate partners Questions please email: Alison.Carlin2Healthscope.com.au To Apply: Please click the Apply button to lodge an application If you are successful in the role, you will receive a salary based on your years of relevant registered nursing experience against the current Healthscope and NSWNMA/ANMF - NSW Nurses and Midwives' - Enterprise Agreement 2020-2024, salary range between $52.45 - $54.18/per hour. Closing Date: 7 July 2024 Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check and a NSW Working with Children's Check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious disease prior to commencement. • Mon, 27 MayHealthscope
Graduate - Marketing Assistant Structural Heart (24 month contract) » Macquarie Park, Ryde Area - Careers That Change Lives At Medtronic, no two days will be the same, in the role you will be able to work with many different teams, learn about breakthrough therapies and see the impact they have on patients. A Day in The Life You will be involved in supporting the administrative, marketing and execution needs of the Structural Heart business, one of the highest growth businesses in Medtronic. This role will enable you to navigate through challenging scenarios, develop your leadership and resilience skills, as well as develop an eye for detail that will allow you to excel in this and future roles. You will gain insight into various parts of the product life cycle, and you will see firsthand the impact you can make using advanced technologies. Key Accountabilities: - Support the ANZ marketing and market development teams within Structural Heart portfolio at Medtronic - Creation and localization of marketing collateral and approval within the new Veeva Vault system - Support on key marketing campaigns and dissemination of clinical data to sales teams - Supporting event management for market development teams - Congress strategy support and execution - Provides analysis, reporting and internal communication services as and when required - Develops knowledge of industry and organisational processes Must Have: - Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Biomedical or Health Sciences graduate with a thirst for knowledge and a keen interest in medical devices (will accept those in their final year of studies) - Being a proactive thinker and problem solver - Having a strong collaborative approach and an ability to work across different teams and developing relationships at all levels across the organisation - Excellent communication skills - A willingness and enthusiasm to learn new concepts with a growth mindset - A team player able to easily work with different functions and customers Our Offer: In our 5th Tenet of our Mission, we recognize the personal worth of employees by providing an employment framework that allows personal satisfaction in work accomplished, security, advancement opportunity, and means to share in the company's success. We believe in rewarding our staff with a complete package of benefits designed to support them at every career and life stage. As a result, our employees have access to the following benefits, to name a few: - Range of on-demand online health and wellness training resources, apps, videos, and communities - We invest in professional training and development for employees at all levels. - Our Employee Resource Groups (ERG)- foster awareness and inclusion in the workplace. - Various insurance benefits include life and disability and salary continuances - We have generous employee referral programs, corporate discount programs, leave benefits, and more About Medtronic Together, we can change healthcare worldwide. At Medtronic, we push the limits of what technology can do to help alleviate pain, restore health, and extend Life. We challenge ourselves and each other to make tomorrow better than yesterday. It is what makes this an exciting and rewarding place to be. Medtronic has been servicing Australia and New Zealand since 1973. We are a Best Place to Work in Australia and certified as a Great Place to Work in Australia and New Zealand. LinkedIn named Medtronic as a top company in Australia in 2021. The AFR has also recognized Medtronic on their' Most Innovative Companies List' in 2019 and 2020. Learn more about working at Medtronic: https://www.medtronic.com/au-en/about/careers.html At Medtronic, we have an ongoing commitment to fostering a culture of inclusion, diversity, and equality. Therefore, we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply, regardless of their culture, religion, identity, ability, or race. We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from our Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori people. Should applicants need assistance during the application process for accessibility reasons, we will accommodate this upon request. It is the policy of Medtronic to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, Medtronic will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. • Sun, 26 MayMedtronic
Production Assistant (Graduate Geologist) » Australia - Pit Production Assistant to join our Mine Geology team at Tropicana Gold Mine. Reporting to the Senior Mine Geologist... or Kalgoorlie. If you are a recent graduate Geologist, this could be a great role for you to develop into. Accountabilities... • Sat, 25 MayAngloGold Ashanti
Graduate - Marketing Assistant Structural Heart (24 month contract) » Macquarie Park, NSW - Sciences graduate with a thirst for knowledge and a keen interest in medical devices (will accept those in their final year... • Sat, 25 MayMedtronic
Sydney Graduate Engineer » Rydalmere, Parramatta Area - Enjoyable workplace with a collaborative and supportive team Strong stability Learn from a leading design engineering team Stowe Australia is seeking interest from a highly motivated, graduate design engineer to assist the Sydney Construction design team. Our Company Stowe Australia has been providing Electrical Services for over 100 years and has developed a strong background in all facets of electrical power installations and maintenance. We are seeking a competent project scheduler to support the NSW Construction business. The role will be a support structure for the delivery teams provide marquee developments across NSW. The Opportunity Calling all recent Electrical Engineering graduates interested in manufacturing operations and management, Stowe Australia is looking to get you started on your career journey Under the guidance of the Engineering Manager, you will work with the various marquee projects across Sydney and Regional NSW. You will actively contribute to the design of cost effective sustainable electrical infrastructure by way of team-based problem-solving activities. What you will bring and develop: To be successful you will be open to learning, ambitious and have proven leadership qualities.You will be a genuine team player, with a professional confidence and a maturity to listen to others and take on feedback.Ideally you can demonstrate; Understanding of electrical concepts, computers and software Knowledge & experience with Revit, PowerCAD & DialLux will be advantageous Knowledge of Lighting Design will be advantageous Willingness to learn new skills and ask questions Please note, our successful candidate must have permanent working rights within Australia and be able to submit their academic transcript as part of their application. Our Culture Stowe Australia is considered by the industry as an employer of choice. This is evident from Stowe’s continued ability to attract and retain quality people in the business. The company has in excess of 100 employees with more than 15 years of continued service with the company. We do this by providing in-house and external training and development programs so that our employees are continually up-skilled in their respective fields of expertise. The development of employees has allowed us to provide career planning, opportunities and promotion from within the organisation resulting in a skilled, high performing, cohesive and loyal team culture and stable workforce industrial relations. This culture is encouraged through our day to day activities and leadership style and underpins this by rewarding our employees with a profit share arrangement that returns 30% of company profits to its employees at all levels of the organisation. How to Apply… Please attach a brief cover letter telling us about your previous relevant experience and why you are interested in working for Stowe Australia. We would also like you to complete as much or your previous work experience and education records as requested on the application page, this will help us assess your suitability to the role. Shortlisted applicants may be requested to submit a resume at a later date. If you are looking for an opportunity with a company that develops, values and rewards their staff, then we would like to hear from you APPLY NOW by clicking on the INTERESTED button below. No recruitment agencies please • Sat, 25 MayStowe Australia
Academic Affairs Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - No Relocation Assistance Offered 160493 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Who We Are Colgate-Palmolive Company is a caring, innovative growth company that is reimagining a healthier future for all people, their pets and our planet. Focused on Oral Care, Personal Care, Home Care and Pet Nutrition, we sell our products in more than 200 countries and territories under brands such as Colgate, Palmolive, elmex, hello, meridol, Sorriso, Tom's of Maine, EltaMD, Filorga, Irish Spring, PCA SKIN, Protex, Sanex, Softsoap, Speed Stick, Ajax, Axion, Fabuloso, Soupline and Suavitel, as well as Hill's Pet Nutrition. We are recognized for our leadership and innovation in promoting sustainability and community wellbeing, including our achievements in decreasing plastic waste and promoting recyclability, saving water, conserving natural resources and improving children's oral health. If you want to work for a company that lives by their values, then give your career a reason to smile and join our global team Job Summary (Purpose) : Reporting to the Scientific Affairs & Public Health Manager, the role of the Academic Affairs Manager, is to actively build capacity for engaging and building Colgate's influence amongst dental and oral health students and the dental profession and actively contribute to Colgate's strategic direction. Main Responsibilities : Manage and Lead the Colgate Professional Educator Network ● Lead and coordinate Colgate's Professional Education Network across Australia and New Zealand. This includes handling 5 direct reports. ● Work alongside Colgate Professional Educators and liaise with academic staff at the Dental, Bachelor of Oral Health & Dental Hygiene schools across Australia & New Zealand to arrange the delivery of Colgate lectures as well as meeting with key academics as required and building relationships and opportunities. ● Create evidence based learning materials and resources, including the development of new lectures and updating existing lectures to reflect current the literature and guidelines as well as the evolving Colgate oral care range ● Deliver scientific lectures to dental and oral health students as well as academic staff as as required. ● Provide regular communication, meetings and training for the Colgate Educators to ensure that they are up to date on Colgate's scientific developments, product range and develop Educators skills and knowledge. Education of the Profession ● Develop evidenced based resources and materials for the profession, as required, such as presentations and articles of interest ● Deliver professional presentations to the profession, including the deliver and facilitation of webinars. Build and strengthen relationships ● Strengthen and foster collaborative partnerships with universities, dental professionals, partners and students ● Assist the Scientific Affairs Manager, where appropriate, with development and implementation of annual plans with Universities & funding agreements including agreements for student prizes and graduation support. ● Assist Scientific Affairs Manager to build partnerships and opportunities with key team members/partners, and opinion leaders at the dental schools and in the industry ● Attend student awards/prize giving /graduation /research & student presentation events at key universities as required Project lead conferences and events ● Assist the Scientific Affairs Manager with requests from dental associations for conference funding & support ● Coordinate and collaborate with Professional Oral Care with respect to Colgate sponsorship of conferences, scientific meetings & events ● Liaise with the Colgate legal department regarding contracts for these events & other sponsorship opportunities ● Liaise directly with conference organisers to supervise and project handle logistics and key actions ahead of events, including Colgate's entitlements, the delivery of Colgate products for conferences and registration of team members ● Represent Colgate at conferences, CPD events & dinner meetings where required ● Deliver scientific presentations & or "welcome' speeches at conferences where needed Provide clinical advice and training ● Provide clinical advice and mentorship for the Professional Oral Care team, Colgate Educators and the wider business where needed ● Assist the Scientific Affairs Manager to review materials, articles and promotional materials as requested ● Assist with the training of the Oral Care Consultants for the Professional Oral Care team ● Assist in the onboarding of new team members and provide oral health presentation Special Projects ● Development and coordination of Scientific Affair Projects ● Assist in the facilitation and provide secretarial support from Colgate advisory groups ● Work along the Scientific Affairs Manager to drive oral health promotion projects, including Bright Smiles, Bright Future and product donations. Required (Education, Knowledge required, Language skills, etc) Dental Sales background Preferred Dental Hygienists/ OHT You are a collaborator by nature and believe that bringing together the best people will drive a brilliant culture and business . You are an innovator with a growth mindset and the ability to connect the dots with a high degree of curiosity. You possess a passion for data and analytics and love telling stories based on these insights. Working in a fast paced environment drives you and handling ambiguity is normal. Proficient in English and local language Preferred Requirements: Experience working in consumer product goods preferred Google Suite proficiency (i.e, Sheets, Slides, Docs) preferred buildAfuture, ColgateCareers, jobs.colgate.com, Instagram, LinkedIn LI-HR1 Our Commitment to Sustainability With the Colgate brand in more homes than any other, we are presented with great opportunities and new challenges as we work to integrate sustainability into all aspects of our business and create positive social impact. We are determined to position ourselves for further growth as we act on our 2025 Sustainability & Social Impact Strategy. Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Achieving our purpose starts with our people - ensuring our workforce represents the people and communities we serve -and creating an environment where our people feel they belong; where we can be our authentic selves, feel treated with respect and have the support of leadership to impact the business in a meaningful way. Equal Opportunity Employer Colgate is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, marital status, veteran status (United States positions), or any other characteristic protected by law. Reasonable accommodation during the application process is available for persons with disabilities. Please contact Application_Accommodationcolpal.com with the subject "Accommodation Request" should you require accommodation. LI-Hybrid Job Segment: Marketing Manager, Social Media, Manager, Equity, Marketing, Research, Management, Finance • Sat, 25 MayColgate-Palmolive Company
Graduate / Assistant Project Manager - Client Side » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Exciting opportunity to join a growing consultancy and kick start your career in client-side project management. Growing multi state boutique Project Management consultancy Excellent project pipeline across Hospitality, Office, Aged Care, Govt., Residential etc. sectors Great culture, great team with excellent progression opportunities Exciting opportunity to join a growing consultancy and kick start your career in client-side project management. Our client is a growing boutique project management consultancy with an established pipeline of Education, Health, Hospitality, Hotels, Aged Care, Office, and Government sectors to name a few. Projects can be fit-out / refurbishment as well as new build projects from smaller up to $50m and sometimes up to $100m. They are now looking for a Graduate / Assistant Project Manager to join their successful team in Sydney NSW. Candidates can come from a head contractor, client-side project management firm, engineering consultancy or similar construction industry experience prior. Candidates preferably will have experience working across a variety of construction projects in different phases of the construction lifecycle from front end through to delivery. The candidate will need to have a positive can-do attitude that is happy to work with a team that is rapidly growing, professional, and having fun along the way. Years of experience: 1 to 3 years The ideal candidate will have: Tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Property or similar 1 to 3 years’ experience in a client-side PM role or head contractor experience would also be ideal Ideally previous experience with end-to-end project management from concept through to completion Contract Administration experience Excellent communication skillset both written and verbal High attention to detail and strong analytical skills Ability to think on your feet and excellent problem solving skills Proficient in MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Project Understanding of industry standard contract forms i.e., GC21, AS4000, AS4122 and AS4902 This is a permanent full-time position providing a great opportunity to work with a successful and growing organisation who offer challenging work and the potential for career progression. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au for further information. • Fri, 24 MayAmida Recruitment
Evaluation Research Assistant » Woolloomooloo, NSW - Senior Evaluation Specialist, the primary purpose of the Evaluation Research Assistant is to contribute to the development... and utilizing bibliographic management software (e.g., Endnore, Zotero) A post-graduate or honours qualification in public health... • Fri, 24 MayCancer Council NWS$82100 - 91200 per year
Graduate / Assistant Project Manager - Client Side » Sydney, NSW - from smaller up to $50m+ and sometimes up to $100m+. They are now looking for a Graduate / Assistant Project Manager... • Fri, 24 MayAmida Recruitment
Finance Assistant » Mount Waverley, VIC - Finance Assistant seeking their next opportunity or a recent Graduate who is keen to secure an opportunity with an industry...: Currently working in a similar role and seeking a new opportunity OR a recent graduate and keen to step up into a reputable... • Fri, 24 MayVeritas Recruitment$63000 per year
Graduate Marketing Assistant Role | Annual Salary Review - NSW » Sydney, NSW - products to the colour printing, imaging and photography markets. They are looking for a dynamic collaborative graduate... • Fri, 24 MayProForce$55000 - 60000 per year
Community Aide - Allied Health Assistant » Sydney, NSW - Position Title: Community Aide - Allied Health Assistant Employment Type: Max Term (to June 2025) Hours per week: 38... Position Grade: Technical Assistant Grade 1 (Year 1 - 3) Salary: $58,691.80 - $61,073.75 base salary per annum Enterprise... • Fri, 24 MayNSW Health$58691.8 - 61073.75 per year
Graduate Engineer (Data Specialist) » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - Job opportunity for Entry Level/ Graduate Engineer to assist Government agency with the implementation of their asset management system Our client is a Government statutory corporation that is responsible for supplying the state's bulk water needs, operating the state's river systems and dams, and the bulk water supply system for Greater Sydney. About the Role Provide support to the Asset Capability Team in the ongoing implementation of the asset management system and other maintenance system related to compliance activities, to meet business, regulatory and statutory requirements; and put safety first. Key Responsibilities Liaise with internal and external groups and individuals to support the effective implementation and development of the Asset Management System. Support the development and improvement initiatives for the Maintenance Management System. Coordinate the development and implementation of project hand over plans for non-built deliverables. Manage assigned tasks and perform project work to meet specific organisational needs. Contribute to an ongoing program of continuous improvement including research, development, and market testing of strategic and operational tasks. Communicating between stakeholders and provide technical support to the application end users of the reliability and computerised maintenance management applications. Ensure that the comprehensive and accurate collection of asset data is completed, captured, and recorded for life-cycle activities to provide a defensible basis for the preparation and negotiation of Asset Plans, budgets, projects, and regulatory pricing submissions. Maintain asset data, and to ensure raw data is reviewed, quality assured and modified when required, to maintain the quality and reliability of data and information. Ensure the applications are maintained, up to date and supporting business processes by effectively managing the completion of change requests and data updates. Ability to read/interpret piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), electrical drawings and general schematics is desirable. Knowledge of non-built deliverables processes and project handover requirements Skills & Qualifications Engineering degree from a recognised tertiary institution (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical). Entry level role with training provided. Good understanding of construction assets ie. pavement, road, etc. Written and oral communication skills with capacity to communicate effectively with multi-disciplinary professionals and project team members, and to provide reports. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to analyse and interpret complex information and make sound judgement. Current NSW Drivers Licence. Water industry experience desirable. To apply for this role, go to our website www.erapersonnel.com.au and select the Job Vacancies link or Apply through this job ad. Please quote Job Reference Number 3785306 on any correspondence. Resume & Cover Letter : Please provide your resume in Word format and a Cover Letter highlighting your skills and experience for the role. For further information about the position, please contact us on 02 9796 3174 "ERA Personnel is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. All applications and enquiries will be dealt with in strict confidence. To see a copy of our EEO and Privacy Policy please go to www.erapersonnel.com.au" ERA Personnel - A division of ER & Associates Pty Limited • Thu, 23 MayERA Personnel
Community Aide - Allied Health Assistant » Sydney, NSW - Job Description: Position Title: Community Aide - Allied Health Assistant Employment Type: Max Term (to June 2025...) Hours per week: 38 Position Grade: Technical Assistant Grade 1 (Year 1 - 3) Salary: $58,691.80 - $61,073.75 base salary... • Thu, 23 MaySt Vincent's Health Australia$58691.8 - 61073.75 per year
Senior Accountant » Bunbury Area, Bunbury Region - OUR VALUE PROPOSITION At RSM, our purpose is to instil confidence in a world of change for both our clients and our people. RSM Australia supports a people-centric and collaborative culture where we are committed to empowering and developing you. As a leading professional services firm, we connect you to an extensive network of global resources and invest in your future. We value the meaningful work that you do and encourage you to be a part of the change. Our value proposition is our commitment to you; it highlights the experiences, benefits, and value that you can expect as part of RSM. This is underpinned by our three values – integrity in everything that we do, supporting clients everywhere, and developing and valuing everyone. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares clear and concise work papers as evidence of work performed; Applies knowledge of the business environment within which the client is operating and how the client is positioned in the industry; Assists graduates with work and acts as a mentor/buddy; Prepare financial statements in accordance with all current, legal and accounting reporting standards; Prepares documents for client meetings with Partner; Helps identify, research and resolve all complex accounting issues; Prepares and analyses management accounting reports; Preparation of income tax returns: Provide advice in relation to various tax matters including GST, capital gains tax and fringe benefits tax; and Provide general business advisory advice and support to a wide range of client groups EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Essential Business / Commerce degree with Accounting Major Desirable Completion of CA or equivalent DEMONSTRATED EXPERIENCE & ATTRIBUTES: Essential Strong Communication Skills Strong attention to detail Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Committed to continuing professional development How to apply: Please click one the "apply now" button and complete our online application form. Salary guide: $75,000 - 85,000 inclusive of superannuation. • Thu, 23 MayRSM Australia
Surveyor - FIFO/DIDO » East Pilbara Area, Broome Region - Surveyors required for FIFO/DIDO work in WA. Exciting, long term, challenging projects. Work in a team. To $70 p/h O/T, flight, accommodation paid. Surveyors To $70 p/h Penalty rates FIFO/DIDO 3:1 and 2:1 rosters Vehicle, Laptop & phone Accommodation provided About the company: Leading Suvying company with over 25 years of experience in civil, infrastructure and construction projects across Australia. led by a management team with in excess of sixty years surveying experience. A great company that offers long term security. About the Role: We are seeking a number of Surveyors to work on civil infrastructure, mine infrastructure and construction, road, bulk earthworks and final trim projects in regional WA & NT. Duties: Be site based Set up & calibrate equipment Maintain your vehicle Conduct daily surveys Record data Get involved in design changes Liaise between site and head office About the Requirements: Formal Surveying qualifications Be able to work FIFO/DIDO Ideally have 3 years’ Surveying experience Experience in civil, infrastructure & construction Total Station and GPS equipment expertise Experience of using surveying software Experience of machine control Drone CASA Certificate Be able to adapt to changes on site Be a team player Full driving license How to Apply: To apply for these Surveying roles please email your CV in Word Format or contact: Email: alanfwss.com.au Telephone: 0410 544 643 FWSS Surveying department specialise in the following roles: “Survey Manager", "Senior Surveyor", "Project Surveyor", "Surveyor", "Graduate Surveyor", "Survey Technician" "Assistant Surveyor", "Junior Surveyor", "Land Surveyor", "Construction Surveyor", "Infrastructure Surveyor", "Cadastral Surveyor", "Topographic Surveyor", "Contract Surveyor", "Registered Surveyor", "Licensed Surveyor", "Civil Engineering Surveyor", "Building Surveyor", "Articled Surveyor", UAV Surveyors/Pilots”, “Utility Locators” • Thu, 23 MayFramework Search & Select Pty Ltd
Academic Affairs Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - No Relocation Assistance Offered 160493 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Who We Are Colgate-Palmolive Company is a caring, innovative growth company that is reimagining a healthier future for all people, their pets and our planet. Focused on Oral Care, Personal Care, Home Care and Pet Nutrition, we sell our products in more than 200 countries and territories under brands such as Colgate, Palmolive, elmex, hello, meridol, Sorriso, Tom’s of Maine, EltaMD, Filorga, Irish Spring, PCA SKIN, Protex, Sanex, Softsoap, Speed Stick, Ajax, Axion, Fabuloso, Soupline and Suavitel, as well as Hill’s Pet Nutrition. We are recognized for our leadership and innovation in promoting sustainability and community wellbeing, including our achievements in decreasing plastic waste and promoting recyclability, saving water, conserving natural resources and improving children’s oral health. If you want to work for a company that lives by their values, then give your career a reason to smile and join our global team Job Summary (Purpose) : Reporting to the Scientific Affairs & Public Health Manager, the role of the Academic Affairs Manager, is to actively build capacity for engaging and building Colgate’s influence amongst dental and oral health students and the dental profession and actively contribute to Colgate’s strategic direction. Main Responsibilities : Manage and Lead the Colgate Professional Educator Network ● Lead and coordinate Colgate’s Professional Education Network across Australia and New Zealand. This includes handling 5 direct reports. ● Work alongside Colgate Professional Educators and liaise with academic staff at the Dental, Bachelor of Oral Health & Dental Hygiene schools across Australia & New Zealand to arrange the delivery of Colgate lectures as well as meeting with key academics as required and building relationships and opportunities. ● Create evidence based learning materials and resources, including the development of new lectures and updating existing lectures to reflect current the literature and guidelines as well as the evolving Colgate oral care range ● Deliver scientific lectures to dental and oral health students as well as academic staff as as required. ● Provide regular communication, meetings and training for the Colgate Educators to ensure that they are up to date on Colgate’s scientific developments, product range and develop Educators skills and knowledge. Education of the Profession ● Develop evidenced based resources and materials for the profession, as required, such as presentations and articles of interest ● Deliver professional presentations to the profession, including the deliver and facilitation of webinars. Build and strengthen relationships ● Strengthen and foster collaborative partnerships with universities, dental professionals, partners and students ● Assist the Scientific Affairs Manager, where appropriate, with development and implementation of annual plans with Universities & funding agreements including agreements for student prizes and graduation support. ● Assist Scientific Affairs Manager to build partnerships and opportunities with key team members/partners, and opinion leaders at the dental schools and in the industry ● Attend student awards/prize giving /graduation /research & student presentation events at key universities as required Project lead conferences and events ● Assist the Scientific Affairs Manager with requests from dental associations for conference funding & support ● Coordinate and collaborate with Professional Oral Care with respect to Colgate sponsorship of conferences, scientific meetings & events ● Liaise with the Colgate legal department regarding contracts for these events & other sponsorship opportunities ● Liaise directly with conference organisers to supervise and project handle logistics and key actions ahead of events, including Colgate’s entitlements, the delivery of Colgate products for conferences and registration of team members ● Represent Colgate at conferences, CPD events & dinner meetings where required ● Deliver scientific presentations & or “welcome’ speeches at conferences where needed Provide clinical advice and training ● Provide clinical advice and mentorship for the Professional Oral Care team, Colgate Educators and the wider business where needed ● Assist the Scientific Affairs Manager to review materials, articles and promotional materials as requested ● Assist with the training of the Oral Care Consultants for the Professional Oral Care team ● Assist in the onboarding of new team members and provide oral health presentation Special Projects ● Development and coordination of Scientific Affair Projects ● Assist in the facilitation and provide secretarial support from Colgate advisory groups ● Work along the Scientific Affairs Manager to drive oral health promotion projects, including Bright Smiles, Bright Future and product donations. Required (Education, Knowledge required, Language skills, etc) Dental Sales background Preferred Dental Hygienists/ OHT You are a collaborator by nature and believe that bringing together the best people will drive a brilliant culture and business . You are an innovator with a growth mindset and the ability to connect the dots with a high degree of curiosity. You possess a passion for data and analytics and love telling stories based on these insights. Working in a fast paced environment drives you and handling ambiguity is normal. Proficient in English and local language Preferred Requirements: Experience working in consumer product goods preferred Google Suite proficiency (i.e, Sheets, Slides, Docs) preferred buildAfuture, ColgateCareers, jobs.colgate.com, Instagram, LinkedIn LI-HR1 Our Commitment to Sustainability With the Colgate brand in more homes than any other, we are presented with great opportunities and new challenges as we work to integrate sustainability into all aspects of our business and create positive social impact. We are determined to position ourselves for further growth as we act on our 2025 Sustainability & Social Impact Strategy. Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Achieving our purpose starts with our people — ensuring our workforce represents the people and communities we serve —and creating an environment where our people feel they belong; where we can be our authentic selves, feel treated with respect and have the support of leadership to impact the business in a meaningful way. Equal Opportunity Employer Colgate is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, marital status, veteran status (United States positions), or any other characteristic protected by law. Reasonable accommodation during the application process is available for persons with disabilities. Please contact Application_Accommodationcolpal.com with the subject "Accommodation Request" should you require accommodation. LI-Hybrid • Thu, 23 MayColgate-Palmolive Company
Accounting Manager - Business Services & Tax » Hobart Region, Tasmania - Are you an experienced Accounting Manager or Senior Accountant looking to become a manager? If so, then we want you About Our Client: Our client is one of Hobart’s largest and most dynamic business advisory and chartered accountants. With its client-centric approach, small to medium-sized businesses and success-driven individuals around the region have made our client their preferred strategic business partner. About the Role Statutory compliance for companies, trusts, individuals and SMSFs Management accounting and monthly reporting Tax research and advice Business advisory and consulting Review work of graduates & intermediates Assist staff with complicated tax and business advisory issues Regular input on team performance, success, and issues Convey openly on change or improvements where needed Liaise with the ATO and other regulatory bodies Communicate with external tax experts when required for clients Maintain and update the organisation's tax knowledge database About You: An accounting qualification, preferably CA/CPA qualified. A minimum of 5 years of accounting practice experience in a managerial role A demonstrated track record of managerial expertise and staff mentorship Proficiency in managing diverse accounting and financial services Exceptional communication and relationship-building skills to build rapport with clients A proactive attitude with the ability to seamlessly integrate into the role and deliver results from the outset Strong attention to detail and a client-centric approach The Opportunity: A competitive salary and benefits package ranging from $100,000 to $130,000 per annum, plus superannuation, based on experience Dedicated underground car park, fortnightly and monthly Rostered Day Off, and bonus schemes for all new onboarded clients A supportive work culture that prioritises work-life balance and fosters camaraderie among team members For a confidential discussion about this exciting opportunity, please apply to this position or alternatively email joshrecruitmentexpert.com.au or call 0493 640 220 • Thu, 23 MayRecruitment Expert
Senior Accountant » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Employer Value Proposition (EVP) RSM offers the combined benefits of a big firm including extensive networks, training and career opportunities – within a highly supportive, people oriented workplace. This combination provides a great environment to build skills and confidence. We help our people achieve to their best. Position Summary Analyse financial information and prepare financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities for the Firm’s clients. Key Responsibilities: Prepares clear and concise work papers as evidence of work performed; Applies knowledge of the business environment within which the client is operating and how the client is positioned in the industry; Assists graduates with work and acts as a mentor/buddy; Prepare financial statements in accordance with all current, legal and accounting reporting standards; Prepares documents for client meetings with Partner; Helps identify, research and resolve all complex accounting issues; Prepares and analyses management accounting reports; and Conducts tax compliance reviews of tax returns and FBT returns. Education Requirements: Essential Business / Commerce degree with Accounting Major Desirable Completion of CA or equivalent Demonstrated Experience & Attributes Essential 2/3 years in a similar role Strong Communication Skills Strong attention to detail Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Committed to continuing professional development Life at RSM: RSM provides a great environment to build skills and confidence and we help our people achieve their best. We are trusted advisors to our clients, so it is critical for us to find the right people for the job on offer. Our network of offices across Australia and around the world allow us to offer a personal service to all our clients regardless of where they are Working for RSM entitles everyone to a wide range of leading health, wellness financial and lifestyle benefits. How to apply: Please click on the “apply” button and complete our online application form. Agencies, thank you for thinking of us, but our recruitment is managed internally, and we will reach out to our preferred suppliers if we need assistance. • Wed, 22 MayRSM Australia
Propulsion Engineer I » Windaroo, Logan Area - All Orbits, All Planets - Join us on our journey Gilmour Space is the leading Australian rocket company, pioneering next-generation hybrid propulsion technologies for small satellite launch vehicles. Want to build rockets on the Gold Coast? We’re recruiting for 2x Propulsion Engineer Graduates t o assist the engineering and manufacturing teams in the design, build, and test of propulsion systems. You will document and communicate across teams to ensure duties are performed in an efficient and timely manner whilst adhering to Gilmour Space policies and procedures. Why you should join our mission: You will be joining a team that is working together to achieve the unimaginable for human access to space. You will be encouraged to reach your highest potential through continuous learning and embracing change. This role also offers: Unique opportunity to join a rocket company based on the Gold Coast, Australia Experience the buzz of working and contributing towards a rocket launch- Join the team now to be onboard in time for our launch date Work in a passionate, vibrant and welcoming team that’s driven by its culture that emphasizes safety and conducts initiatives such as team BBQs Expand your skills and knowledge into the innovative aerospace industry Easy access from the M1 How you will contribute to our mission in getting Australia to space: The below is designed to give you an idea of the role you will play. There will be many more exciting and innovative things to do. Assist in the design hardware suitable for flight on a rocket motor system Assist in developing and testing rocket engines and other launch vehicle components Assist in the assembling, fitting, and functional testing of systems for flight and ground testing Undertake research relating to propulsion system optimization Undertake environmental testing of components for ground and flight systems (i.e. vibration, pressure, thermal and structural) Analyse and interpret data collected during testing Other duties as requested by Management Mandatory Qualifications, Skills and Experience: Bachelors (BS) degree in an Engineering discipline NV1 Security Clearance eligible preferred Desired Qualifications, Skills and Experience We recognise you may not meet all of the below, but don’t let that deter you. We are always looking for hard workers to join our team, so what are you waiting for? Let’s send Australia to space Ability to work independently and part of teams Ability to provide and acquire good working knowledge of the propulsion industry Ability to aid in the identification of company facilities for assembly and production to enable manufacturing efficiency Good understanding and experience in CAD, SolidWorks preferred Proficient in Microsoft Office applications How to Apply: If you are a proactive team player with a passion to get Australia to space and a desire to succeed, please apply now by clicking the apply button and including your resume and cover letter or head to our website: CAREER | Gilmour Space Technologies | Rocket launch provider (gspace.com). Gilmour Space Technologies is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all team members. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for all positions. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. • Wed, 22 MayGilmour Space Technologies Pty Ltd
Administration and Communications Assistant - The Doherty Institute » Parkville, VIC - , fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families...! About the Role The Administration and Communications Assistant at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity... • Sat, 18 MayThe University of Melbourne$76901 - 81615 per year
Business Services Intermediate & Senior Accountant » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Leading Brisbane CBD firm with a focus on business advisory and professional development The Firm An established mid-tier accounting firm with over 40 staff in their Brisbane office and over 200 staff nationally. Due to sustained growth, a need has arisen for an experienced intermediate or senior business services accountant to work across a range of private business clients. The firm places a strong emphasis on client relationships and adding value to business owners. The Role Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following; Statutory compliance for companies, trusts, individuals and SMSFs Management accounting and monthly reporting Tax research and advice Business advisory and consulting Review work of grad intermediates Assist in training and development of junior staff The Person Recent professional services firm experience (essential) Experience providing advisory services to clients Experience using cloud accounting software CA/CPA qualified (highly desirable) Job Offer Client Manager/Partnership Pathway Yearly bonus and paid study support Collaborative working culture Hybrid working model Salary up to $110,000 package Bonus If you are interested in this opportunity APPLY now or contact David Bate (Director) for a confidential discussion 0416 417 848 or Davidclarkmiller.com.au • Sat, 18 MayClark Miller
Business Services Senior Manager/ Partner Paying up to $250K » The Rocks, Sydney - Leading Sydney Accounting firm with a focus on business advisory and professional development The Firm Our client is an established accounting firm with over 20 staff. Due to sustained growth, a need has arisen for an experienced Business services Senior manager/Partner. They offer a supportive work culture including ongoing training, mentoring and flexible work arrangements The Role Responsibilities include: Statutory compliance for companies, trusts, individuals and SMSFs Management accounting and monthly reporting Tax research and advice Business advisory and consulting Review work of graduates & intermediates Assist staff with complicated tax and business advisory issues Regular input on team performance, success, and issues Convey openly on change or improvements where needed Liaise with the ATO and other regulatory bodies Communicate with external tax experts when required for clients Maintain and update the organisations tax knowledge database The Person Public Practice experience CPA/CA qualified Proficient in Xero and Excel Excellent written and verbal communication Strong attention to detail Ability to build and manage client/staff relationships Job Offer Flexible working arrangements; mix of WFH and in office Up to $250K package (depending on exp.) Partnership opportunities If you are interested, please apply now and we will review your application as soon as possible. If you are interested in this opportunity APPLY now • Sat, 18 MayClark Miller
Intermediate & Senior Business Services Accountants » Kingston, South Canberra - Leading Canberra firm with a focus on business advisory and professional development The Firm An established mid-tier accounting firm with over 40 staff in their Canberra office and over 200 staff nationally. Due to sustained growth, a need has arisen for an experienced intermediate or senior business services accountant to work across a range of private business clients. The firm places a strong emphasis on client relationships and adding value to business owners. The Role Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following; Statutory compliance for companies, trusts, individuals and SMSFs Management accounting and monthly reporting Tax research and advice Business advisory and consulting Review work of grad intermediates Assist in training and development of junior staff The Person Recent professional services firm experience (essential) Experience providing advisory services to clients Experience using cloud accounting software CA/CPA qualified (highly desirable) Job Offer Client Manager/Partnership Pathway Yearly bonus and paid study support Collaborative working culture Hybrid working model Salary up to $110,000 package Bonus If you are interested in this opportunity APPLY now or contact David Bate (Director) for a confidential discussion 0416 417 848 or Davidclarkmiller.com.au • Sat, 18 MayClark Miller
Business Services Intermediate & Senior Accountant » Somersby, Gosford Area - Leading Central Coast firm with a focus on business advisory and professional development The Firm Due to sustained growth, a need has arisen for an experienced intermediate business services accountant. The firm places a strong emphasis on client relationships and adding value to business owners. The Role Responsibilities include but are not limited too; Statutory compliance for companies, trusts, individuals and SMSFs Management accounting and monthly reporting Tax research and advice Business advisory and consulting Review work of grad intermediates Assist in training and development of junior staff The Person Recent professional services firm experience (essential) Experience providing advisory services to clients Experience using cloud accounting software CA/CPA qualification or working towards (highly desirable) Job Offer Flexible environment which provides work/life balance Option to work from home 2 days per week Part-time considered Generous remuneration If you are interested, please apply now and we will review your application as soon as possible. • Sat, 18 MayClark Miller
People & Culture Graduate » New Lambton, Newcastle Area - Your new company The Wests Group Australia is a major employer in the Newcastle, Port Stephens and Lake Macquarie regions. Employing close to 900 people, Wests operates a multi-site portfolio of entertainment and premium hospitality venues comprising of registered clubs, hotels, conference and fitness facilities as well as the Newcastle Knights. We are one of the many local success stories of our region. Your new position As the People & Culture Graduate, you will assist both the learning and recruitment functions across the entire employee lifecycle. You will build trusted relationships with key stakeholders and work across all business units. Reporting to the Manager, Talent & Capability, you will be responsible for: Learning Programs administration and room booking, communications, system administration) Monitoring and maintaining compliance training records (RSA, RCG, First Aid, etc.) Putting together training materials for face-to-face training such as induction packs Managing attendance and training records Utilise our HRIS, Cornerstone to manage the end-to-end recruitment process from developing job briefs, advertising (including SEEK, LinkedIn, FB, IG etc ), proactive sourcing, conducting interviews, background checking, contract creation and candidate management. Creating a positive candidate and employee experience, from initial contact, through onboarding and the entire employee lifecycle. In addition to business-as-usual activities, you will participate in exciting P&C projects which have a profound impact on The Wests Group Please note : This is a fulltime fixed term (maximum 12 months) role. Your new team Our People and Culture team consists of a remarkable group of professionals who take their work seriously, but don't take themselves too seriously. They bring a wealth of talent, compassion, and inclusivity to The Group, ensuring our organisation's culture thrives and our employee's flourish. About You With a keen eye for detail and a continuous improvement mindset, you are adept at building natural relationships, and skilled in systems thinking. Thriving in teamwork, you collaborate seamlessly across all levels of seniority. In this role, you will navigate a dynamic, fast-paced environment, engaging with multiple stakeholders and managing competing priorities. Your success hinges on your capacity to forge robust connections, effectively interact with employees and candidates, and swiftly adapt to evolving processes and systems. Pragmatic and resilient, you appreciate the occasional comic relief and possess the ability to maintain perspective amidst challenges. What we offer We will provide a platform to accelerate your career within a supportive and inclusive environment. The Wests Group Australia also offers generous employee benefits including but not limited to: Paid Parental Leave 18 weeks & 12 months of maintained superannuation. 5 days Wellbeing Leave - proactively manage your wellbeing. Flexible work options First Nations Cultural Leave 17.5% annual leave loading Paid traineeships and leadership development courses 40% discount off meals for club employees $25 per month for an all-access Balance Collective membership (access to all three clubs, Mayfield aquatics, group fitness, yoga, pilates and unlimited creche). As an added - bonus, this offer extends out to your partner as well Discount accommodation rates at The Executive Inn, The Gateway Inn and The Anchorage Hotel & Spa Discounted nib Health Insurance 15% Discounts at Reflection Holiday Parks 24/7 Employee Assistance Programs Free annual flu vaccinations We welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds to create a work environment where employee differences such as gender, age, culture, disability, sexual orientation and education are valued to reflect the diversity of the communities in which we operate. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. • Thu, 16 MayThe Wests Group Australia
Senior Accountant » Sydney, Sydney Region - OUR VALUE PROPOSITION At RSM, our purpose is to instil confidence in a world of change for both our clients and our people. RSM Australia supports a people-centric and collaborative culture where we are committed to empowering and developing you. As a leading professional services firm, we connect you to an extensive network of global resources and invest in your future. We value the meaningful work that you do and encourage you to be a part of the change. Our value proposition is our commitment to you; it highlights the experiences, benefits, and value that you can expect as part of RSM. This is underpinned by our three values – integrity in everything that we do, supporting clients everywhere, and developing and valuing everyone. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares clear and concise work papers as evidence of work performed; Applies knowledge of the business environment within which the client is operating and how the client is positioned in the industry; Assists graduates with work and acts as a mentor/buddy; Prepare financial statements in accordance with all current, legal and accounting reporting standards; Prepares documents for client meetings with Partner; Helps identify, research and resolve all complex accounting issues; Prepares and analyses management accounting reports; Preparation of income tax returns: Provide advice in relation to various tax matters including GST, capital gains tax and fringe benefits tax; and Provide general business advisory advice and support to a wide range of client groups EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Essential Business / Commerce degree with Accounting Major Desirable Completion of CA or equivalent DEMONSTRATED EXPERIENCE & ATTRIBUTES: Essential Strong Communication Skills Strong attention to detail Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Committed to continuing professional development Salary guide : $82,000-$90,000 inclusive of superannuation. Agencies, thank you for thinking of us, but our recruitment is managed internally, and we will reach out to our preferred suppliers if we need assistance. • Thu, 16 MayRSM Australia
Senior Accountant » Perth, Perth Region - Are you looking to join one of the fastest growing professional services organisations in Perth? we are looking a Senior Accountant to join our Business Advisory team. What you will do: Analyse financial information and prepare financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities for the Firm’s clients. Preparation of income tax returns for companies, trusts, partnerships and individuals. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares clear and concise work papers as evidence of work performed; Applies knowledge of the business environment within which the client is operating and how the client is positioned in the industry; Assists graduates with work and acts as a mentor/buddy; Prepare financial statements in accordance with all current, legal and accounting reporting standards; Prepares documents for client meetings with Partner; Helps identify, research and resolve all complex accounting issues; Prepares and analyses management accounting reports; Preparation of income tax returns: Provide advice in relation to various tax matters including GST, capital gains tax and fringe benefits tax; and Provide general business advisory advice and support to a wide range of client groups Essential Business / Commerce degree with Accounting Major Desirable Completion of CA or equivalent DEMONSTRATED EXPERIENCE & ATTRIBUTES: Essential Strong Communication Skills Strong attention to detail Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Committed to continuing professional development • Thu, 16 MayRSM Australia
Senior Surveyor » Sydney, Sydney Region - Surveyors required, varied work - large scale projects or multiple smaller works. Manage your workload, mentor Junior Surveyors, ongoing development. Senior Surveyor To $70p/h Site allowances Long term projects Manage your own workloads Plan your day Vehicle, Laptop & phone About the company: This Surveying company has been established for over ten years and cover civil engineering surveying projects across Sydney and the surrounding areas. Since their inception, they have a proven track record of delivering accurate survey works on some of Sydney's most prestigious projects About the Role: Our client is seeking Senior Surveyors & Surveyors to work on construction, infrastructure, earthworks, roads, bridges and structures projects. The projects consist of either major project works or attending several projects simultaneously. Duties: Site based survey duties Liaise with the client and site personnel Work in a team Mentor Junior Surveyors Plan workloads Point of contact on site Set up equipment Conduct surveys Record and upload data Work on computations Keep accurate records About the Requirements: Formal Surveying qualifications Be able to work in Sydney and surrounding areas Ideally have 3 years’ experience Construction or infrastructure survey experience Have the ability to manage projects by yourself Be able to work in a team on major projects Proficient with Leica or Trimble Total Station Experience of using AutoCad or LisCad, 12d etc Good communication skills Full driving license How to Apply: To apply for these Surveyor roles please email your CV in Word Format or contact: Email: alanfwss.com.au Telephone: 0410 544 643 FWSS Surveying department specialise in the following roles: “Survey Manager", "Senior Surveyor", "Project Surveyor", "Surveyor", "Graduate Surveyor", "Survey Technician" "Assistant Surveyor", "Junior Surveyor", "Land Surveyor", "Construction Surveyor", "Infrastructure Surveyor", "Cadastral Surveyor", "Topographic Surveyor", "Contract Surveyor", "Registered Surveyor", "Licensed Surveyor" • Thu, 16 MayFramework Search & Select Pty Ltd
Assistant Accountant » Dandenong South, VIC - has achieved some great things this year – such as being rated number 4 top Graduate Employer in Australia amongst 300 eligible... we know it or not, more than a few steps from an innovative ITW solution. Job Description The Assistant Accountant... • Wed, 15 MayITW
Graduate Recruitment Consultant » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Are you looking for a graduate program, do you enjoy meeting new people, working in a team and high performing environment - Apply now The Opportunity Reporting to the Director of the specialised division who has a wealth of experience in this industry, the Graduate Recruiter will assist the team in all aspects of 360-degree recruitment including, yet not limited to; Candidate screening and management Candidate interviewing Training and career progression Create and advertise job adverts via a range of media/job boards (Seek.com, LinkedIn etc.) Develop business using marketing techniques and networking Providing feedback - candidate and client interactions Offer advice on salary Our Graduate Program will be heavily focused on building strong long-term relationships with customers, identifying the best talent in the market and working in a highly enthusiastic team-based environment. Who We Are Looking For Sharp & Carter are seeking a graduate student, in their final year or just completed a degree/major in any of the following; Business, Commerce, Management, Human Resources, Business Information Systems, Marketing or similar. You must be self-motivated, dynamic, driven and have a strong work ethic. You will have excellent communication skills and an interest in a career in recruitment. Sharp & Carter has been built on the values of excellence, partnership, integrity, and enjoyment with a strong team focus and anyone who shares our values and ideals is encouraged to apply. The Benefits Structured and bespoke training and development program. Including hands-on experience with the view to add value to the team and business. Graduate community, access to a social and collaborative forum. Progressive recruitment environment, a genuine culture built on autonomy & trust. Team-based culture, collaborative work encouraged, monthly drinks and access to group workouts. Team-based incentives and target rewards Yearly trip – Queenstown 2018, Cairns 2017, Queenstown 2016, Hamilton Island 2019, Port Douglas 2022 & 2023. Opportunities across multiple states Flexible working arrangements The Organisation Sharp & Carter specialises in the recruitment of temporary and permanent staff in Finance & Accounting, Legal & Compliance, Sales & Marketing, Digital & Technology, Human Resources, Engineering & Technical, Supply Chain & Operations, Executive Recruitment and Business Support. Established in 2009, the business has grown to over 150 staff members in over 6 offices; Melbourne CBD, Wheelers Hill, Brisbane, North Sydney, Parramatta and Perth For more information, please refer to our website; https://www.sharpandcarter.com.au/ LinkedIn; https://www.linkedin.com/company/sharp-&-carter/ or Instagram; https://www.instagram.com/sharpandcarter/?hlen How to apply To apply, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, please contact Daniel Close, Victorian State Partner, at dclosesharpandcarter.com.au This Graduate Program has a view to full-time employment. Students not eligible to work in Australia need not apply. • Wed, 15 MaySharp & Carter
Japanese-Speaking Assistant /Junior Accountant » Sydney, NSW - Japanese-Speaking Assistant/Junior Accountant Full time Perm, High annual salary Sydney CBD Hybrid Working... Accounting degree Visa holder of Permanent resident, Partner Visa, Australian citizen, Graduate Visa No working holiday... • Wed, 15 MayHoban Recruitment
Property Consultant » Sydney, Sydney Region - Work for a leading property group with a diverse portfolio About the role As a Property Consultant you will be responsible for: Working with pre-qualified customers both in person and over the phone to provide to facilitate a customers property purchasing journey Understanding customers’ needs and desired outcomes to help them achieve their goals (personal & financial) Delivering a best-in-class experience for our customers Working very closely with our back office support teams; we provide full support with the contracts process in order to allow you to be able engage with more customer Our Ideal Candidate: The right person for this role will: Love selling property and is passionate about closing deals Be strong at communicating and selling over the phone Not be afraid to take control of the sales process and guide the client to the right deal. Be highly motivated by results and have personal income goals Take accountability and do what it takes to meet the client’s needs and get a result Online experience and are savvy Real estate knowledge desirable, but not necessary Intermediate office suite skills Experience working in cross functional teams What We Are Offering: Training and development program to fast-track sales skills and property knowledge that sets you on your course A fast growing company with diverse career path opportunities Access to quality residential property with a fantastic pipeline Uncapped commission structure An energised culture that’s collaborative and forward thinking Friday drinks – music & a fully stocked beer & wine fridge Continuing education/ post-graduate assistance program Quarterly & yearly team celebration Click on APPLY to get the ball rolling • Tue, 14 MayPurple Patch Consulting
Assistant Principal » Lismore, NSW - We are looking for an Assistant Principal located in the Northern Rivers Region of NSW in the lovely coastal area... of Assistant Principal Purpose of Role: Co-responsible leadership role in fostering the school as a center of identity... • Tue, 14 MayFrontline Recruitment Group$100000 - 120000 per year
Assistant Principal (Secondary) » Varroville, NSW - for the Assistant Principal position at Mount Carmel Catholic College, Varroville (in the Macarthur Region of NSW) commencing... January 2025. In the Diocese of Wollongong, Assistant Principals play a significant role in creating vibrant Catholic school... • Tue, 14 MayCatholic Education Diocese of Wollongong
Surveyor » Sydney, Sydney Region - Surveyor required, long term projects, challenging works, established team, manage your own workload, develop your skillset, career progression. Surveyor To $140k Penalty rates Permanent employment Vehicle Laptop Phone Ongoing training in latest survey equipment & software Opportunity to progress to Senior Survey level About the company: This is a specialist surveying company who have been in operation for over twenty-five years and offer their services throughout Australia. They cover a wide range of surveying for different industries including roads, bridges, rail, construction surveys as well as GPS works and detailed surveys. With a wealth of expertise behind them they continue to evolve and expand. About the Role: We are seeking a Surveyor to work on across major construction projects in Sydney. Works consist of concrete set outs, structures, medium rise, earthworks, roads etc. You will be site based and produce daily surveying tasks. Duties: • Reporting to the Survey Manager • Coordinating daily workloads • Develop strong links with site personnel • Produce accurate survey work • Upload captured data • Maintain survey equipment • Keep a good line of communication with head office • Maintaining a high level of OH&S About the Requirements: • Formal Surveying qualifications • Ideally have 3 years survey knowledge • Construction survey experience • Large scale project experience will be an advantage • Proficient with Total Station and GPS equipment • Experience of using software such as 12D & AutoCAD (others will be beneficial) • Can form effective site relationships • Must be able to adapt quickly to design alterations • Lead by example on site How to Apply: To apply for this Survey role, please email your latest CV in WORD FORMAT or contact: Email: alanfwss.com.au Telephone: 0410 544 643 FWSS Surveying department specialise in the following roles: “Survey Manager", "Senior Surveyor", "Project Surveyor", "Surveyor", "Graduate Surveyor", "Survey Technician" "Assistant Surveyor", "Junior Surveyor", "Land Surveyor", "Construction Surveyor", "Infrastructure Surveyor", "Cadastral Surveyor", "Topographic Surveyor", "Contract Surveyor", "Registered Surveyor", "Licensed Surveyor", "Civil Engineering Surveyor", "Building Surveyor", "Articled Surveyor" • Tue, 14 MayFramework Search & Select Pty Ltd
Assistant Accountant » The Rocks, Sydney - Rural Funds Management (RFM) is looking for an Assistant Accountant with a strong focus on working precisely, and with excellent oral and written communication skills. You will be based at our inner-city Sydney office, provide support to qualified Accountants, and be mentored by our highly experienced Finance team. Key responsibilities: Your responsibilities will include: Posting journals and performing reconciliations for RFM group entities Reconciliation of accounts Responding to queries from various stakeholders Liaising with operational staff regarding accounting related matters Liaising with the Trustee regarding fund transfers Providing assistance in the preparation of monthly reports and analysis of financial results Assisting with the preparation of annual budgets Ongoing support and review for the statutory accounts and taxation function Providing support to the bookkeepers as required Requirements To be successful in this position you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Accounting Commenced CA/CPA qualifications (desirable) or be willing to commence Strong technical accounting knowledge (Australian Accounting Standards) A high level of expertise with MS Office Suite, particularly MS Excel The ability to work within strict timelines to meet financial reporting Strong analytical and problem-solving skills A minimum of two years’ experience as a Graduate, Assistant Accountant or Finance Officer, would be preferred A proactive and enthusiastic approach to your work Applicants with prior experience, or a background in agriculture will be highly regarded for this position. Benefits A competitive salary dependent on your previous experience, skills, and qualifications Company provided laptop Salary continuance and life insurance, and annual discretionary bonus subject to eligibility criteria How to Apply: To be considered for this position, please submit a covering letter addressing the criteria mentioned above and your resume via our website by 14 June 2024. Please note that candidates may be evaluated before the closing date. About Rural Funds Management: Rural Funds Management (RFM) is an industry leader managing approximately $2.3 billion in agricultural assets on behalf of retail and institutional investors, including the ASX-listed Rural Funds Group (RFF). We have over 27 years' experience owning, developing, and operating farms in most Australian states. At RFM, our culture is built on the core principle of 'Managing good assets with good people.' We believe in being precise, offering variety, rewarding effort, and providing a friendly workplace. Joining RFM means becoming part of a dedicated team of over 240 professionals, including fund managers, finance experts, horticulturists, agronomists, and farm managers. Whether you are seeking a corporate or operational role, RFM has a place for individuals who are passionate about agriculture and finance. • Mon, 13 MayRural Funds Management Limited

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