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Centre Manager (Director) | Eastern Suburbs » Pagewood, Botany Bay Area - Seeking long term career development opportunities? This is the role for you Apply Now Centre Manager (Director) - Sydney's Eastern Suburbs Are you an experienced leader seeking a rewarding opportunity in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs? Look no further Our client is a well-established company with a long-standing leadership team, dedicated to providing exceptional early childhood education and care. They are currently seeking a passionate and dynamic individual to join our team as a Centre Manager (Director). Our client pride themselves on delivering high-quality education and care to children in the local community. With a strong emphasis on professional development and training, they foster a supportive environment that encourages career growth and progression. About the Job Lead a team effectively Recruit and retain quality staff Coach, mentor, and succession plan Manage financial performance, occupancy, wages, and costs Demonstrate high levels of education and care practice Implement and evaluate policies and procedures regularly Build strong family relationships and market the centre Establish and maintain community partnerships (libraries, schools, police, fire stations, etc.) About You Diploma in Children’s Services and/or Bachelor of Education Prior leadership experience Practical knowledge of NQF and EYLF Budget and financial accountability experience Current First Aid and Asthma & Anaphylaxis certificates Current Working with Children Check What's On Offer Attractive Salary Package Supportive Leader and Owner Training & Development Why Apply with SSR: Focused Expertise : Benefit from SSR's specialised focus on management and leadership positions within the childcare sector, ensuring tailored opportunities that match your skills and aspirations. Career Advancement : Propel your career forward with opportunities for professional development and growth in leadership roles such as Centre Manager, Assistant Centre Manager, and more. Personalised Support : Receive personalised guidance and support from SSR throughout the recruitment process, ensuring a seamless transition into your new leadership role. Stability : Secure stable employment with reputable childcare providers across Sydney, renowned for their commitment to excellence in early childhood education. Contact Us Today Email: contactsstanleyrecruitment.com Phone: Selina on 0449865003 • Wed, 29 MaySelina Stanley Recruitment
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Associate Director, Commercial Contracts » Parkville, VIC - The Opportunity: The Associate Director Contracts, Commercial & NZ position within the CSL Behring Commercial... Operations team is critical in managing several high-value contracts for the supply of life-saving medicines to the communities... • Mon, 10 Jun
Managing Director » Sydney, NSW - , and seamless trading experiences. With ambitious growth plans, they seek a Managing Director with unparalleled leadership qualities... and a visionary mindset to spearhead our operations and strategic direction in Melbourne. Role Overview: As the Managing Director... • Sun, 09 JunEminence Talent Group
Managing Director » Melbourne, VIC - , and seamless trading experiences. With ambitious growth plans, they seek a Managing Director with unparalleled leadership qualities... and a visionary mindset to spearhead our operations and strategic direction in Melbourne. Role Overview: As the Managing Director... • Sun, 09 JunEminence Talent Group
Leader, General Manager, Chief Winemaker, Director » McLaren Vale, SA - . If you wish to discuss how the role might be shaped to suit you please contact Brad Moyes, Managing Director, on 0401 766 896... • Sun, 09 JunOrbis Wines

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FX Sales - Director » Sydney, NSW - coordination with the Institutional Banking team. The Director Salesperson also serves as an intermediary in trading for clients... personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency... • Sun, 09 JunCitigroup
Director of Food and Beverage » Canberra, ACT - and develop your career within an international hotel group About the Role The Director of Food and Beverage, reports... Manager and Marketing specialist for the Food and Beverage department, you will be responsible for managing these outlets... • Sun, 09 JunHyatt
Director Business Intelligence » Perth, WA - We are seeking a Director of Business Intelligence to lead our team of data specialists and provide comprehensive data... priorities and improve operational performance Reporting to the Executive Director Safety, Quality and Innovation... • Sun, 09 JunGovernment of Western Australia$145205 - 153431 per year
Assistant Director of Engineering » Sydney, NSW - Position Type Management JOB SUMMARY Assists department head in managing budget, capital expenditures, preventative... of Engineering. Assists in managing the physical plant including equipment, refrigeration, HVAC, plumbing, water treatment... • Sun, 09 JunMarriott
APAC Director Sales Operations » North Sydney, NSW - on – we may be looking for you! APAC Director Sales Operations Role The Director is responsible for being the right-hand... GTM plan, segment accounts, design territories and set quotas Work with the Senior Director to oversee weekly forecasting... • Sun, 09 JunQlik
Director Of Corporate » Gordon, NSW - Council is committed to delivering the highest quality service, valued and trusted by our community. As the Director... to achieve meaningful community outcomes. Candidates should possess extensive experience in leading and managing multi... • Sat, 08 JunKu-ring-gai Council
Director, Programs » Melbourne, VIC - STS-7 Director Programs Branch, Asset Management Division, Victorian School Building Authority Reporting to the... Executive Director, Asset Management Division, the role requires working closely and collaboratively with a variety of internal... • Sat, 08 JunState Government of Victoria$177488 - 241387 per year
Cross River Rail Project Director » Brisbane, QLD - customer experience and improving the flow of urban life. Why this role? The Project Director has full-chain responsibility...-effective plans and methods to enable effective completion of the project. Managing risks to avoid impact to project targets... • Sat, 08 JunKone
Centre Director » Sunshine Coast, QLD - Role: Centre Director Location: Sunshine Coast Centre: Goodstart Nambour - Doolan Street Employment Type: Full... for you! As a Centre Director at Goodstart Nambour - Doolan Street, you'll be at the heart of our leadership team, playing a pivotal role... • Sat, 08 JunGoodstart Early Learning$40 - 46 per hour
Director Legal » Sydney, NSW - business world. About the Role Reporting through to the Executive Director Legal and General Counsel, you will provide... programs or other hybrid financings) and consultancy arrangements. Managing the resolution of contractual disputes, employment... • Sat, 08 JunSharp & Carter$220000 - 240000 per year
EL2 Director, Communications » Surry Hills, NSW - We are seeking a highly experienced and innovative Director, Communications to lead our Communications team in... and support activities of the Communications team, including establishing priorities and managing workflow and performance Build... • Sat, 08 JunRandstad$164431 per year
Director Enterprise Transformation » New South Wales - What's the role? The Director of Strategic Transformation is a senior role responsible for developing, directing... Chief Financial Officer and works closely with the Executive Chairman and Director of Strategy and M&A. Role... • Sat, 08 JunNews Corp
Director, Cyber Security » Australia - Join Go1 as our Director of Cyber Security, where you will spearhead our commitment to safeguarding our digital assets..., with at least 3 years in a leadership role. Demonstrated experience in managing cybersecurity teams and developing strategic security... • Sat, 08 JunGo1
Project Director » Brisbane, QLD - project delivery. You will step in as Project Director on an award-winning project with oversight across a high performing... development role managing; multiple, large, master-planned or complex projects at senior levels. Proven experience leading... • Sat, 08 JunCapstone Recruitment
Director Of Operations » Gordon, NSW - experienced Director of Operations to lead and manage our Operations Department. The ideal candidate will ensure efficient..., managing departmental finances and assets, and leading the department’s human resources with a focus on workplace safety... • Sat, 08 JunKu-ring-gai Council
Centre Director » Nambour, QLD - Role: Centre Director Location: Sunshine Coast Centre: Goodstart Nambour - Doolan Street Employment Type: Full... for you! As a Centre Director at Goodstart Nambour - Doolan Street, you’ll be at the heart of our leadership team, playing a pivotal role... • Sat, 08 JunGoodstart Early Learning$40 - 46 per hour
Infrastructure, Assets & Places - Consultant to Director » Sydney, NSW - from Consultant to Director level, and we support clients across a range of different service offerings including: Planning... and Asset Management team offer a holistic approach to managing infrastructure assets, balancing the cost, risk, and performance... • Sat, 08 JunKPMG$60000 - 250000 per year
Sr Director Analyst, Technology Finance, Value & Risk » Australia - and best practices for a broad range of world-leading organizations. A Senior Director serves as a leader within Gartner’s Research.... Utilizing exceptional research and analytical skills, a Senior Director plays a significant role in producing pragmatic... • Sat, 08 JunGartner
Project Verification Director » Southport, QLD - Relationship Director. To manage and direct the Independent Verifier’s team, providing both leadership and technical guidance... management Managing all aspects of resources on projects including maintenance of forecast resource requirements... • Sat, 08 JunArcadis
Director, Australian Passport Office - Program Delivery Office » Australia - and Modernisation Branch (SRB) is responsible for managing and overseeing the APO's portfolio of projects or initiatives. Its primary... Director will lead a complex, multi-year project in collaboration with the government and people of Tuvalu and stakeholders... • Sat, 08 JunDepartment of Foreign Affairs and Trade$143346 - 161894 per year
Managing Principal Lawyer » Melbourne, VIC - to ambulance stations, specialist health services and early parenting centres. Led by the Director-General, VIDA is comprised... • Sat, 08 JunState Government of Victoria$177488 - 241387 per year
Director, People and Culture (i.e. HRBP) » Sydney, NSW - End Date: July 7, 2024 Shift: Job Description Summary: As Director, People & Culture, you’ll primarily be the.... Ability/experience in development of business strategies, preferably in HR. Experience in the development and managing projects... • Sat, 08 JunCoca-Cola
Associate Director, Commercial Management » Queensland - Associate Director, Commercial Management to take responsibility for the overall management and strategic direction of the... to relevant property legislation and managing large scale financial assets. You will have demonstrated interpersonal, customer... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Queensland
Director of Finance » Sydney, NSW - , with a clear vision of their growth plans, they are looking for a seasoned Finance Director to spearhead the finance function... of the leadership group playing a key role in strategic planning, identifying growth opportunities and managing risk... • Fri, 07 JunSharp & Carter
Managing Principal Lawyer (Public Law) » Melbourne, VIC - Role Purpose This newly created role is responsible for managing and co-ordinating all public legal and regulatory... to ambulance stations, specialist health services and early parenting centres. Led by the Director-General, VIDA is comprised... • Fri, 07 JunState Government of Victoria$177488 - 241387 per year
Director, Infrastructure Planning and Delivery » Brisbane, QLD - to success? Role Overview: As the Director of Infrastructure, Planning, and Delivery, you will play a critical role in leading... within the healthcare infrastructure environment. As a seasoned leader, you will have experience managing multiple projects... • Fri, 07 JunEden Ritchie Recruitment
SAES1 Assistant Director, Data Operations and Service » Adelaide, SA - people thrive, so do our communities and our state. About the role The Assistant Director, Data Operations and Service... is responsible for managing teams to lead service delivery of data reporting and analytics across the department for both routine... • Fri, 07 JunGovernment of South Australia
Director Corporate » Ku-ring-gai, NSW - of this advertisement for how to apply** Director of Corporate Ku-ring-gai Council Ku-ring-gai Council offers an attractive... to delivering the highest quality service, valued and trusted by our community. As the Director of Corporate, you will lead a team... • Fri, 07 JunKu-ring-gai Council
Director of Indigenous Legal Education (Identified) » Sydney, NSW - place. Our current Director, Indigenous Legal Education has created this introductory video for you describing the role.... Why your role matters: As the Director of Indigenous Legal Education (ILE), you will be the first point of contact for Indigenous... • Fri, 07 JunUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management
Director Operations » Pymble, NSW - of this advertisement for how to apply** Director of Operations Ku-ring-gai Council Ku-ring-gai Council offers an attractive... to delivering the highest quality service, valued and trusted by our community. We are seeking a highly experienced Director... • Fri, 07 JunKu-ring-gai Council
Director, Teacher Education & Accreditation » Sydney, NSW - Director, Teacher Education & Accreditation Join us to make a difference for all students in NSW! Guiding the... all school sectors with high-quality syllabuses, assessment (including managing the HSC and NAPLAN), teaching standards (e.g... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Education Standards Authority
Associate Director - Go To Market (GTM) Strategy and Planning » Sydney, NSW - opportunities and discover new possibilities for the communities we live in. About the Role The Associate Director - Go... To Market (GTM) Strategy and Planning is responsible for managing and orchestrating a GTM approach to Datacom's portfolio... • Fri, 07 JunDatacom
Associate Director - Mergers and Acquisitions (Sydney) » Sydney, NSW - Job Description Associate Director - Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), Deal Advisory, Sydney. KPMG's Deal Advisory...&A) market presence in the Sydney market, with opportunities for mid-career professionals, Associate Director or Manager... • Fri, 07 JunKPMG
Strategic Partnerships Director » Sydney, NSW - you in control. Role Purpose: We seek an experienced Strategic Partnerships and Alliances Director to build and maintain... negotiating and managing partner programs and agreements. Proven track record in senior roles within the sector. Excellent... • Fri, 07 Jun
Director of Entertainment and Sports » Brisbane, QLD - opportunity for an experienced and dynamic leader to join Minor Hotels as our Director of Entertainment and Sports. As a key... Evaluating sales and market mix potential for the cluster overall and properties Developing and managing sales operating budgets... • Fri, 07 JunMinor Hotels
Director of Entertainment and Sports » Brisbane, QLD - opportunity for an experienced and dynamic leader to join Minor Hotels as our Director of Entertainment and Sports. As a key... Evaluating sales and market mix potential for the cluster overall and properties Developing and managing sales operating budgets... • Fri, 07 JunMinor International
Associate Director - Go To Market (GTM) Strategy and Planning » Melbourne, VIC - opportunities and discover new possibilities for the communities we live in. About the Role The Associate Director - Go... To Market (GTM) Strategy and Planning is responsible for managing and orchestrating a GTM approach to Datacom's portfolio... • Fri, 07 JunDatacom
Director/Associate Director, Manager Research » The Rocks, Sydney - Welcome to Morningstar. We're a people-centric company led by a mission to empower investor success. Morningstar is committed to empowering investor success. One way we accomplish this is by offering independent research and great software products to financial advisers and individual investors. We believe that when the investor wins, we all win. At Morningstar, your contributions have meaning and can drive change. We offer a place where talented, driven people can grow. Our differences are our strength; the fact that we don't all think the same way and encourage unique perspectives helps create great products and services for our clients. Morningstar is the leading provider of manager research in Australia and New Zealand and offers independent, trusted information on 400 strategies covering both markets. Our objective, fundamentals-based approach is supplemented by our fund management knowledge, global research resources, and extensive investment databases. Institutions, advisers, and individual investors can access Morningstar manager research through insightful reports, easy-to-use software, website-building elements, and targeted consulting services. The Opportunity: We are seeking a Director/Associate Director, Manager Research to take a leadership role in our Manager Research team. Morningstar Manager Research is responsible for researching fund managers that oversee managed funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and listed investment companies and trusts (LICs/LITs). The research process involves critically analysing fund managers, providing analytical and data-related support for Morningstar's proprietary research algorithm, writing research reports, managing relationships with asset managers and asset owners, and working on various thought leadership assignments. What you'll do: Take the lead in producing high quality and timely manager research reports on managed investment products across Australian and New Zealand; Assist analysts in formulating and defending our opinions on investment strategies through report editing and in rating committees; Play a key role in linking up with global analyst teams and harmonizing the global research effort as well as contributing to the local Australian business. Enhance Morningstar's research profile in Australia and New Zealand through active engagements with the external market (advisers, media, clients) in areas including (but not limited to) industry trends and development, along with other investment issues that are relevant to investors in Australia and New Zealand. Strengthen perceptions of Morningstar's research capabilities in Australia and New Zealand through contributions to the international thought leadership program and production of local research content. Relationship management with clients, media, and funds management organizations. Deliver continual enhancements to Morningstar's manager research reports. Provide assistance and advice on the Australian and New Zealand fund database Manage ad-hoc analytical assignments on investments, managed funds and products Undertake other administrative, research and/or analytical work as required About you: Demonstrated experience in investment and managed funds research; specialist expertise in equities and/or team leadership experience will be viewed favourably. Strong attention to detail with proven analytical skills, especially in quantitative disciplines. Ability to use own initiative and work unsupervised together with the ability to prioritise effectively and work in a methodical manner to meet deadlines. Strong communication skills both written and oral with the capability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality at all times. Proactive aptitude to building effective internal and external relationships with key stakeholders and acting as a representative of Morningstar. A keen knowledge of financial markets that has been developed both personally and professionally. Strong excel skills and/or coding experience in Python or R will be viewed favourably. Build a career that matters at Morningstar At Morningstar, your contributions have meaning and can drive change. We offer a place where talented, driven people can grow. Our differences are our strength; the fact that we don't all think the same way and encourage unique perspectives helps create great products and services for our clients. Morningstar deeply values diversity and considers having a diverse employee base as core to the intellectual vibrancy of our spaces, the employee experience, and ultimately our business success. We are proud that we have been acknowledged with Best Places to Work certifications in many of our global locations. Morningstar is an equal opportunity employer. 704_MstarAusAsiaPtyL Morningstar Australasia Pty Limited Legal Entity Morningstar's hybrid work environment gives you the opportunity to work remotely and collaborate in-person each week. We've found that we're at our best when we're purposely together on a regular basis, at least three days each week. A range of other benefits are also available to enhance flexibility as needs change. No matter where you are, you'll have tools and resources to engage meaningfully with your global colleagues. • Fri, 07 JunMorningstar Inc.
EL 1 - Assistant Director Fraud Control » Canberra, ACT - $115,899 - $130,733 + up to 15.4% Superannuation Canberra - ACT The Role As the Assistant Director Fraud Control... assessments and providing targeted assurance activities. Our Ideal Candidate As the Assistant Director Fraud Control Excel... • Thu, 06 JunDefence Australia$115899 - 130733 per year
Director Medical Services » Port Pirie, SA - care? Yorke and Northern Local Health Network is seeking a Director Medical Services to lead our medical teams in... delivering safe, effective, and efficient services across our network. The Director Medical Services is responsible... • Thu, 06 JunSA Health
Assistant Director, Pay Equity and Awards » Melbourne, VIC - The Assistant Director, Pay Equity and Awards assists in managing a team responsible for providing research, analysis... and Award related matters before the Fair Work Commission (Commission). Under broad direction, the Assistant Director... • Thu, 06 JunFair Work Commission
R&D Tax Senior Manager / Director » New South Wales, Australia - R&D Senior Manager or Director. FAST Growing firm 30% year on year. Unique Bonus Structure. Matches any pay. Usual perks and MORE, Overview Unrivalled growing major International Professional Advisory Firm forward thinking, progressive, dynamic and diverse. Forget the Big4, join somewhere you can make a difference, impact your own environment, make a name for yourself and have real promotional opportunities - join rapid growth with the company and your own career. Mid tier that bats against the major players. Amazing international presence and opportunities. Broaden your national and international horizons. Role Working closely with the R&D Partners Overseeing teams in Preparation of R&D project plans; assessing eligible claims; preparing R&D expenditure utilising cost accounting concepts; advising on strategies and planning; managing all compliance issues and lodgement; extensive client involvement and consulting. This company boasts excellent training, regular socials and all the usual benefits and more. Requirements With at least 1 - 2 years experience at the Senior Manager level. A Degree qualification, preferably Science, Commerce, Technology or a related. Excellent communication and written skills are critical. Roles available: SYDNEY - MELBOURNE - BRISBANE - PERTH - ADELAIDE • Wed, 05 JunEDT Networks Pty Ltd.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO MANAGING DIRECTOR » Sydney, NSW - to provide Business Partner support to the Managing Director. About the position This role is pivotal in shaping the success... of the Managing Director (MD), ensuring seamless operations, and efficient time management in all tasks. As a trusted... • Tue, 04 JunAltitude EA
Corporate Tax Advisory - Senior Manager to Director » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description Our Corporate Tax division helps businesses understand corporate tax matters and comply with ATO filing obligations. We recognise that multinational businesses face obstacles in managing tax across different jurisdictions and we use our local and global expertise to cut through the complexity this entails. Your Opportunity Forming part of the Corporate Tax Advisory team this role will see you: Developing relationships with clients and targets to gain an understanding of their businesses, and identify potential opportunities Leading multiple engagements of varying size and complexity Advising clients on complex tax matters Producing well-researched tax opinions Providing guidance and mentoring to junior tax consultants How are you extraordinary? You are able to prepare high-quality client-ready deliverables and present to the senior leadership teams for review. You actively seek out opportunities for growth, are comfortable challenging the status quo, and enjoy getting out of your comfort zone. You have a can-do attitude and are always seeking creative solutions to problems with the help of the right technical tools and a supportive team. Your Experience At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients, and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: Previous corporate tax experience in either a professional or legal services firm (Experience working in an in-house role will be considered) Australian and/or other Commonwealth country tax experience Ability to produce well-researched and clearly articulated tax opinions. Legal and/or commerce degree (desirable) • Tue, 04 JunKPMG Australia
Centre Manager (Director) - Thrive, Old Toongabbie » Toongabbie, Parramatta Area - About Thrive Since 2016, Thrive Early Learning Centres has experienced significant success and growth. We are founded by our clear vision 'Being committed to your child's future through creating lifelong learning experiences which will expose your child to a rich and stimulating learning environment where you and your family will feel secure, loved and supported'. We are entirely Australian and privately owned and operated, employing over 300 professionals and supporting over 2,500 children. Thrive Benefits: Above award wages Earn up to 8% of your base salary per annum with bonuses Additional leave benefits - enjoy a day off for your birthday Discounted childcare fees – up to 90% off gap Refer a friend bonus Mentor/support for your NESA accreditation for ECT's A focus on career development progression Paid professional development Funded First Aid, CPR, and Child Protection for all RP’s Be rewarded with Hero dollars and access discounts/cashback from 1000’s of retailers Flexible working conditions and work-life balance based on operational needs of the centre Inclusive, collaborative and encouraging culture Diverse team of educators Open communication between leadership and team members Career Progression – Be mentored into success About The Centre Thrive are thrilled to be opening a brand new, purpose built centre in Old Toongabbie. Thrive, Old Toongabbie will be licensed for up to 100 children aged from 6 weeks to 5 years of age, per day and operate Monday to Friday, 7am – 6pm throughout the year. Due to open in 2024, this is an exciting opportunity to build both a team and a service from the ground up. About The Role We are looking for an experienced Centre Manager (Director) to be part of the opening of our new centre in Greater Western Sydney and build both a team and a service from the ground up. As Centre Manager, you will be 100% off the floor to ensure our obligations under the National Quality Framework are met in line with the centre and organisation philosophy. You will stay connected to other Thrive Centre Manager who meet in our Sydney Support Office monthly to workshop ideas, learn with and from each other. We recognise and reward your hard work and dedication in many ways including a bonus program which can see you earning up to 8% of base salary per annum. Your key priorities will be to: Oversee the running of day-to-day operations across the centre. Guide a team of dedicated educators in the development and delivery of high-quality documentation and programming. Build strong relationships with both potential and existing children and families. Provide strong leadership and maintain educator engagement. Contribute to the development, articulation and alignment of the Vision, Mission and Values of Thrive. Drive the curriculum, 'Learning for Life' across all aspects of child development. Your skills and qualifications should include: Either Bachelor of Teaching (or equivalent) or Diploma qualification in early childhood education. A strong understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS) Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong computer and technology skills Strong knowledge of Kindm8 is highly desirable If this opportunity is exactly what you have been looking for, please apply, we cannot wait to meet you How to apply If you are ready for a new challenge and want to join a supportive and dedicated team, please click 'apply now' to submit your application. For enquiries, please contact Katie Histon, Talent Partner on 0422 449 951 or via katiethrive.edu.au • Tue, 04 JunThrive Educare Pty Ltd
Director - Asset Management » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Judo Bank is on the lookout for an enthusiastic risk expert to join the Asset Management team and help to drive positive outcomes for both the organisation and our customers. Who are we? We're Judo Bank. A purpose-built challenger bank, built on old-fashioned values like integrity, trusted relationships and an enterprising spirit. Born out of a desire to reinvent the craft of relationship banking for the Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) market, and to challenge the status quo in a market dominated by the four major banks. We started from a PowerPoint and a bold vision to make a difference in Australian business banking. In a few short years, we have grown significantly, and with offices around the country, Judo Bank is one of the fastest growing new banks in the world. We're proud to support Australian SMEs and are a business built on trusted relationships, putting our people and customers at the centre of everything we do. Being agile and adaptive, we are purpose built to say yes, to make it easier for our customers to get the funding they need, when they need it. We pride ourselves on our personal relationships with customers, our diverse workforce and collaborative culture. We deeply value diversity of background, experience and thought, and encourage First Nations people, LGBTIQA people, people from under-represented or minority backgrounds, people of all ages, and people living with disability to apply. Now, about this role… If you love: Being part of a flexible working environment within a fast paced and growing organisation Passionate about showing attention to detail and doing the right thing Working in a diverse workforce where you can bring your own capabilities, experiences and knowledge to help build the foundations of Judo. Then this just might be… Your dream job: Supporting the Head of Asset Management and Chief Credit Officer in the management of Judo's VIC/TAS based distressed and impaired assets Support the Director Relationships, including their coaching and development to ensure the right outcomes for our customers are achieved Complex file management and development of strategies to support the resolution or repayment of distressed and impaired assets Provide reporting and insights on the portfolio to the Head of Asset Management and other key stakeholders Build and maintain strong relationship with business partners and stakeholders, including external legal and accounting/insolvency networks Embrace Judo Culture and positively impact its evolution Help guide and drive change in the business Desired Skills and Experience A little bit about you… The skills you've picked up along the way: Understanding and experience in distressed asset management/credit risk management, including customer management, and good collaboration with internal and external legal and insolvency partners Understanding of business credit activities/ business life cycle and an understanding of a broad range of SME business models and the risks associated with these Agile mindset with an ability to work independently and part of a niche team Understanding of the overall legal, regulatory, and business banking lending environment Good knowledge of risk assessment methodology, provisioning, tools and processes Ability to build internal and external relationships and establish self as a trusted advisor to the business Your life pre-Judo: Minimum 10 years' experience in financial services, with preference to business banking, credit, insolvency, or related fields Australian working rights Judo's culture sets us apart… Our Values Accountability - make the decision and own it. Do what you say. Performance - make today better, stronger and faster than yesterday. Teamwork - we're not a team of champions, we're a champion team. Trust - the foundation of our purpose and our relationships. We are looking for people who are: Resilient | Positive | Inquisitive | Hungry | Adaptive | Passionate | Courageous | Decisive | Hands on What our team members say about us: Our people are empowered to make decisions, take ownership, and have their say. Bureaucracy is left at the door and it's all about the team. We are passionate about attracting, embracing and celebrating diverse talent. Judo is a place where everyone belongs, where our people and customers thrive because our unique differences make us collectively stronger. Our people work hard with our purpose in mind and have a lot of fun in the process - revolutionising Australian SME business banking and working in the best job they have ever had We also recently placed first as LinkedIn's Top Company in 2023 and we are one of AFR's Best Places To Work in 2023. Some of our Perks: Additional 2 weeks leave each year Yearly happiness allowance to spend on your health, family, a charity or whatever makes you happy (not your gas bill) Big life event leave Home office set up allowance when you first start Flexible work environment And much, much more If this is the perfect fit for you, please reach out - we'd love to hear from you How Judo collects, uses, discloses, and manages the personal information you provide to Judo as part of the recruitment process is described here. By providing us with your personal information, you consent to such collection, use, disclosure, and management of it as described in that Statement. 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Senior Director, Program Management » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification HES2 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/EA568571 Closing date 13-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Executive Contract Contact person Amy Williams Contact details HCDrecruitmenthealth.qld.gov.au Access the National Relay Service The role We are seeking an experienced and dynamic Senior Director, Program Management who is driven, focused, and passionate about contributing to the delivery of public infrastructure. As the Senior Director, you will play a crucial role in leading and driving the execution of complex initiatives that underpin our platform and services. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams and work closely with key stakeholders to deliver innovative solutions that achieve objectives. The Senior Director will motivate and inspire diverse teams to drive cross-organisational initiatives while functioning in a challenging healthcare setting. You will have extensive stakeholder management skills with the ability to oversee, advise and collaborate with multi-disciplinary project teams. Your role will involve aspects of being the key interface with the health service provider and industry as needed as well as briefing and advising senior Health Capital Division (HCD) and Departmental executives. You should also be capable of translating the Department's system enablers of flexible, future-fit infrastructure that enables world-class healthcare throughout all key phases of project development. You will: Drive the management of innovation and improvement of various multi-disciplinary teams. Provide technical leadership and direction in relation to program matters, develop collaborate working relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders. Provide program and performance monitoring in relation to strategic oversight. Negotiate outcomes and provide persuasive advice with high level interpersonal and written communication, consultation, and negotiation skills. Assess the program level opportunities and challenges and develop the program initiatives. Live and breathe our HCD commitments in the way we plan and deliver projects. The successful person The successful candidate will have previous experience in a similar leadership role in a complex healthcare environment. You will have extensive expertise in project and program management techniques, along with proven success in overseeing and completing medium to large scale complex or high-risk projects to achieve positive results. The Senior Director will additionally have proven high level experience in communicating with various internal and external stakeholders and effective planning to achieve positive outcomes within complex organisational cultures. You will have: Demonstrated experience and proven achievements in leading delivery of complex infrastructure projects through procurement, design and construction phases. High level experience and knowledge of program and project management Successfully led and delivered on health or other infrastructure in politically sensitive environments. About Health Capital Division The division is responsible for delivering the end-to-end capital infrastructure process, like planning, business cases, construction, and capital maintenance programs. Working for HCD allows you to deliver projects that ultimately improve the health and wellbeing of Queenslanders. Benefits of working with the Department of Health: By joining the Department of Health you will work within a fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment where every employee plays a critical role in our ongoing success. You will enjoy a variety of benefits, including: Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development To reflect the diversity within the communities and people we support and serve, we seek to hire a workforce that is both representative and diverse. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, we are committed to supporting you in your career with us. To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your skills and experience relevant for this role. We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applications will remain current for a period of up to 12 months and may be considered for other vacancies which may include an alternative employment basis (temporary; full time or part time). Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. EA568571 Senior Director, Program Management RD v0.3 (PDF, 693KB) Role Description • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Director Category Management - ICT » Perth CBD, Perth - Director Category Management - ICT Salary: HSO Level G14 $188,649 p.a. Location: Perth Unit/Division: Procurement and Supply Work Type: Permanent - Full Time Position No: 00017667 Closing Date: 2024-06-14 4:00 PM Attachments: - applicant information package - rams.pdf director, category management ict g14.pdf Hello, are you… An innovator? A problem solver? A team player? A customer focused thinker? Committed to helping others? Interested in contributing to the health of all Western Australians? This is an exciting time for HSS and we're looking for adaptable, motivated, and resilient people to join our growing team. Before you read this job ad, please note, HSS can make reasonable adjustments to allow you to fully participate in the application and interview process. If this is relevant for you, please refer to the contact details under the 'Application and Interview Support' section of this job ad. About HSS As the Western Australian Government agency providing shared services to the state's public health system, we provide a suite of financial, ICT, procurement and supply, and workforce services to more than 50,000 employees across WA's public health services and hospitals. Put simply, we work behind the scenes to ensure the WA health system runs smoothly. Whether you work in our corporate offices, at our customers' sites, or at our warehouses Boorda and Jindakoort located in Jandakot - we are one united team of over 1,200 people. Our vision is to provide great services to our customers, be a valued partner, and support the health of all Western Australians. We seek to achieve this by delivering on our purpose of supporting our customers to provide excellent health care. Find out more about us www.hss.health.wa.gov.au Your new role We are seeking an enthusiastic and suitably experienced person for the role of Director, Category Management ICT. This is a Permanent Full Time appointment. As part of the Health Support Services (HSS) Procurement and Supply Business Unit, the Director Category Management ICT will report to the Chief Procurement Officer and work closely with: Chief Information Officer and his team of Directors The Directors across the Procurement and Supply Business unit The ICT Category Management team Our key strategic suppliers that support our ICT portfolio of infrastructure and applications As Director Category Management ICT you will be responsible for: Working collaborative with the ICT Business Unit in managing a portfolio of ICT contracts worth $1.2B Understand the spending patterns across all ICT categories of products and services Analyse supplier performance, market trends, and category dynamics Develop sourcing strategies that align with business objectives Help your team further develop their capabilities to improve Culture and Engagement As part of the HSS Senior Leadership Team contribute to the wider HSS strategies and objectives If you thrive in a fast paced, multifaceted working environment, and are eager to contribute to our purpose of supporting our customers to provide excellent health care, we would love to hear from you. Why join our team Be part of an organisation that enables you to make a meaningful contribution and positively impact the community in which we live. We're guided by five values in everything we do at HSS - in the way we work, how we make decisions and the way we behave: We put our customers at the heart of what we do We value and care for each other We promise, we own, we do We will find a way We make a difference together At HSS, we embrace diversity and believe that our best services come from a workplace where varied perspectives and experiences are welcomed and encouraged. We are committed to creating an equitable and diverse workforce and encourage applications from people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, members of our LGBTQIA community, women and youth. HSS is committed to growing our Aboriginal workforce as part of WA Health Aboriginal Workforce Policy. As a measure to achieve equality, Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 applies to this position and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply Benefits of working with HSS In addition to a competitive salary, we offer you a range of benefits, which may include (in line with operational requirements): 11% employer contributed superannuation into a fund of your choice. Access to generous salary packaging arrangements Professional development opportunities and study leave/assistance Flexible working and leave arrangements Discounts with our corporate partners Health and well-being initiatives Employee Assistance Program Other professional and location-based allowances. Want to know more? Please contact Troy Jackson on 0407 499 233 if you would like to discuss more about the role and team you'll be working with. Are you ready to apply? To be successful with your application, you are required to: Provide evidence of your Australian citizenship or permanent residency (to be considered for permanent positions in the WA public sector). Undertake a criminal record screening, working with children check (if required for the role), a pre-employment health assessment and integrity check, as part of the appointment process. We may ask referees to comment on your integrity and past demonstration of ethical behaviour. Application and interview support If you have any access needs that may require adjustments to allow you to fully participate in the application and interview process, please contact the HSS Work, Health and Safety team. If you are an Aboriginal person who would like assistance with your application, please contact Jobs and Skills WA on 13 64 64. How to apply You've heard from us, now we'd like to hear from you. Submit your application online by clicking the ' • Mon, 03 JunWestern Australia Government
Finance Manager » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - Reporting to the Managing Director, the Finance Manager will oversee a small team and serve as a crucial partner to operations. In this role, you will play an active part in driving ongoing business growth. This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious Finance Manager to join a growing SME and make a significant impact on its operations. Client Details Our client is a thriving and highly successful SME with an ambitious growth plan for the next five years and beyond. Recognised as market leaders in their field, they offer the successful candidate the chance to join a dynamic and supportive team environment. Description Reporting to the Managing Director, the Finance Manager will oversee a small team and serve as a crucial partner to operations. In this role, you will play an active part in driving ongoing business growth. This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious Finance Manager to join a growing SME and make a significant impact on its operations. Other key responsibilities will include the following: Prepare monthly/quarterly financial and management reports. Prepare annual accounts for audit and statutory reporting. Manage and maintain the Finance ERP system. Preparation and completion of all tax and statutory compliance requirements Preparation of the annual budget as well as quarterly forecasting Liaising with internal/external financial and non-financial stakeholders Ad hoc tasks and process improvement initiatives Profile To succeed in your application, you should be CA/CPA qualified and have previous experience in a similar SME environment in a hands-on Finance Manager role. Job Offer Convenient Western Sydney location Competitive salary package on offer Join a successful and growing SME in a collaborative and supportive team environment To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Nelson Camacho on 61 2 8836 0786 • Sat, 01 JunMPAU Finance
Assistant Director Information Management » Australia - The Assistant Director Information Management is responsible for ensuring the day-to-day operations of the information and records management team operate efficiently, are well organised and support the branch in delivering high quality outcomes and modern services for the Agency. The Assistant Director Information Management will work collaboratively across the Agency to manage an information management program that not only meets the Agency's legislative, regulatory and ethical obligations, but that is also tied to the Agency's overall business strategy, values and behaviours. The key duties of the position include The Assistant Director Information Management is responsible for managing an agency-wide, integrated information management program designed to optimise the Agency's use of its information assets. The position will: • Lead ADHA's information management strategy and governance activities. • Establish ADHA's digital literacy and knowledge management capabilities. • Provide expert information architecture advice to the Branch and broader Agency. • Provide subject matter expert advice relating to Australian Government record keeping and life-cycle best practice and compliance, and how they apply in electronic document and records management systems. • Champion best practice record keeping approaches and practices, support governance and contribute to business improvement strategies. • Lead a small team, set work area priorities, allocate work and resources, encouraging career development and promoting professionalism. • Sat, 01 JunAPS
Senior Manager or Director - Transaction Diligence » The Rocks, Sydney - If we inspire you to do the work you love, will you still call it work? At EY we believe that whoever you are, your uniqueness helps us stand apart. We bring together extraordinary people, like you, to build a better working world. What's in it for you? As our Senior Manager / Director, Transaction Diligence, in either Sydney or Melbourne, you'll work with a range of clients, from entrepreneur led businesses to the largest global enterprises. You will have the opportunity to work with both corporate and private equity clients, across various industry sectors. The complex nature of our projects means you'll often be working with other EY colleagues from varied backgrounds and disciplines. Manage and participate in due diligence engagements related to acquisitions by private equity investor groups and strategic corporate buyers Analyse financial/operational results of targets through reviewing accounting records and conducting interviews with management Prepare/evaluate pro forma financial information What we're looking for Here's our 'wish list' but don't worry if you don't tick all the boxes. We're interested in your strengths, what you want to learn, and how far you want to go. A bachelors or master's degree in accounting, business, finance or economics preferred At least 10 years of related work experience, with transaction diligence or M&A transactions experience preferred, or a background in external audit or restructuring with more recent experience in transaction diligence A member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, or international equivalent Strong analytical and interpersonal skills What we can offer you Explore how a career at EY is yours to build at ey.com/au/careerdevelopment Discover how, when and where you can work at ey.com/au/flexibility Learn about our commitment to DE&I at ey.com/au/diversity-inclusiveness Discover the various ways our benefits can cater to your needs, across wellness, financial wellbeing, and family-friendly policies which include 26 weeks gender neutral paid parental leave at www.ey.com/au/benefits Acknowledgement of Country EY acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which EY offices are located around Australia. We pay our respects to their cultures, and to their Elders - past, present, and emerging. Find out more about our vision for reconciliation at www.ey.com/au/reconciliation Apply now… we're over 9,000 perspectives in Australia and we're ready to welcome yours. Diversity, equity, and inclusiveness (DE&I) are core to who we are, how we work and how we live our values. We hold a collective commitment to continue to drive an environment where all differences are valued, practices are equitable, and everyone experiences a sense of belonging - where people are inspired to team and lead inclusively in their interactions every day. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities, cultures, sexual orientations, and gender identities and are committed to providing an equitable and barrier free recruitment experience for all. We encourage you to share any support and adjustments you need to be your best and participate equitably in our recruitment process. We understand sharing your needs with us can be daunting, so if you have questions before or during your application, we welcome you to get in touch at contactrecruitmentau.ey.com . Anything you tell us will be kept completely confidential. The exceptional EY experience. It's yours to build. EY | Building a better working world Our preferred applicant will be required to undertake employment screening by EY or our external third-party provider. • Sat, 01 JunErnst & Young LLP
Director - Asset Management » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Judo Bank is on the lookout for an enthusiastic risk expert to join the Asset Management team and help to drive positive outcomes for both the organisation and our customers. Job Description Who are we? We’re Judo Bank. A purpose-built challenger bank, built on old-fashioned values like integrity, trusted relationships and an enterprising spirit. Born out of a desire to reinvent the craft of relationship banking for the Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) market, and to challenge the status quo in a market dominated by the four major banks. We started from a PowerPoint and a bold vision to make a difference in Australian business banking. In a few short years, we have grown significantly, and with offices around the country, Judo Bank is one of the fastest growing new banks in the world. We’re proud to support Australian SMEs and are a business built on trusted relationships, putting our people and customers at the centre of everything we do. Being agile and adaptive, we are purpose built to say yes, to make it easier for our customers to get the funding they need, when they need it. We pride ourselves on our personal relationships with customers, our diverse workforce and collaborative culture. We deeply value diversity of background, experience and thought, and encourage First Nations people, LGBTIQA people, people from under-represented or minority backgrounds, people of all ages, and people living with disability to apply. Now, about this role… If you love: Being part of a flexible working environment within a fast paced and growing organisation Passionate about showing attention to detail and doing the right thing Working in a diverse workforce where you can bring your own capabilities, experiences and knowledge to help build the foundations of Judo. Then this just might be… Your dream job: Supporting the Head of Asset Management and Chief Credit Officer in the management of Judo’s VIC/TAS based distressed and impaired assets Support the Director Relationships, including their coaching and development to ensure the right outcomes for our customers are achieved Complex file management and development of strategies to support the resolution or repayment of distressed and impaired assets Provide reporting and insights on the portfolio to the Head of Asset Management and other key stakeholders Build and maintain strong relationship with business partners and stakeholders, including external legal and accounting/insolvency networks Embrace Judo Culture and positively impact its evolution Help guide and drive change in the business Desired Skills and Experience A little bit about you… The skills you’ve picked up along the way: Understanding and experience in distressed asset management/credit risk management, including customer management, and good collaboration with internal and external legal and insolvency partners Understanding of business credit activities/ business life cycle and an understanding of a broad range of SME business models and the risks associated with these Agile mindset with an ability to work independently and part of a niche team Understanding of the overall legal, regulatory, and business banking lending environment Good knowledge of risk assessment methodology, provisioning, tools and processes Ability to build internal and external relationships and establish self as a trusted advisor to the business Your life pre-Judo: Minimum 10 years’ experience in financial services, with preference to business banking, credit, insolvency, or related fields Australian working rights Judo’s culture sets us apart… Our Values Accountability – make the decision and own it. Do what you say. Performance – make today better, stronger and faster than yesterday. Teamwork – we’re not a team of champions, we’re a champion team. Trust – the foundation of our purpose and our relationships. We are looking for people who are: Resilient | Positive | Inquisitive | Hungry | Adaptive | Passionate | Courageous | Decisive | Hands on What our team members say about us: Our people are empowered to make decisions, take ownership, and have their say. Bureaucracy is left at the door and it’s all about the team. We are passionate about attracting, embracing and celebrating diverse talent. Judo is a place where everyone belongs, where our people and customers thrive because our unique differences make us collectively stronger. Our people work hard with our purpose in mind and have a lot of fun in the process – revolutionising Australian SME business banking and working in the best job they have ever had We also recently placed first as LinkedIn's Top Company in 2023 and we are one of AFR's Best Places To Work in 2023. Some of our Perks: Additional 2 weeks leave each year Yearly happiness allowance to spend on your health, family, a charity or whatever makes you happy (not your gas bill) Big life event leave Home office set up allowance when you first start Flexible work environment And much, much more If this is the perfect fit for you, please reach out – we’d love to hear from you How Judo collects, uses, discloses, and manages the personal information you provide to Judo as part of the recruitment process is described here . By providing us with your personal information, you consent to such collection, use, disclosure, and management of it as described in that Statement. • Fri, 31 MayJudo Bank
Director, Facilities Management » Sydney, Sydney Region - Lead and motivate a high-performing multi-disciplinary team to deliver optimal Facilities Management Services for a large and diverse organisation. Collaborate with senior stakeholders to meet the needs of student, staff and service users. Engage with and influence the Estate Management Executive Team to drive an innovative and forward-thinking facilities management culture. Reporting to the Chief Property Officer, the Director, Facilities Management (FM) heads the development and execution of a high performing strategic Facilities Management function across the UNSW campus. Leading our Facilities Management Team, you will design and deliver the Facilities Management strategies for UNSW, providing clear direction and expert guidance within Estate Management, centred around user experience, intelligent design and high compliance and environmental efficiency standards. Working both strategically and operationally with stakeholders’ university-wide, you will be working with the Senior Estate Management Team to ensure long term financial sustainability, management of key risks, and the provision of an outstanding campus experience. The Organisation UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. UNSW Estate Management (EM) provides a range of services and advice to all Faculties and Divisions on all UNSW campuses. It does this by providing campus planning, infrastructure planning, development, construction, refurbishment, maintenance and environmental management. EM also provides a wide range of logistical and associated services to ensure a safe and secure campus environment. The physical environment of UNSW is a key resource that supports the University in achieving its aspiration to continuously improve its position as Australia’s leading research-intensive university globally. Who you are: An experienced leader with a background in complex infrastructure management. You’ll bring your robust knowledge of strategic asset and services management to lead a multi-disciplinary team to success, alongside: Proven ability to design, deliver and manage strategic facilities and asset management strategies, programs and initiatives, proactively developing capabilities and promoting excellence and continuous improvement. Effective leadership qualities with the oversight to operate both strategically and operationally, with the ability to articulate a clear vision to manage and motivate a multi-disciplinary team. A drive to uphold a strong culture of safety through risk and safety management processes and systems. Confidence in the management of external service providers, successfully delivering hard and soft facilities management solutions. Vision to see end-to-end building asset management plans, maintenance and reporting, encompassing safety, environmental, sustainability, technology and budget considerations. For more information regarding the responsibilities for this role, please refer to the Position Description at JOBSUNSW. To Apply: If developing, leading and delivering the university’s creation of major projects is of interest to you, please submit your cv and cover letter addressing selection criteria. For further information on the role & responsibilities, please refer to the position description found on JobsUNSW. Please note: Sponsorship is not available for this role, valid Australian working rights are required on application. UNSW Benefits and Culture: People are at the core of everything we do. We recognise it is the contributions of our staff who make UNSW one of the best universities in Australia and the world. Our benefits include: Flexible Working Options (work from home, flexible hours etc) Additional 3 days leave during December festive period. Career development opportunities Up to 50% discount on UNSW courses Flexible 17% Superannuation contributions, additional leave-loading payments and salary sacrifice. Discounts and entitlements (retail, education, fitness passport) Job queries contact: Lucy Gerondis, Talent Acquisition Consultant E: l.gerondisunsw.edu.au (applications to the address cannot be accepted, please apply online) UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. • Thu, 30 MayUniversity of New South Wales
MEP Senior Cost Manager / Associate Director » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Lead Cost Manager: Serve as the lead cost manager for MEP services on assigned projects, ensuring all MEP-related costs are accurately estimated, monitored, and controlled throughout the project lifecycle. Mentorship and Development: Mentor and develop junior cost managers and other team members, providing guidance, training, and support to enhance their professional skills and knowledge. Project Leadership: Provide leadership and direction to the MEP cost management team, coordinating efforts to deliver comprehensive cost plans, estimates, and reports. Ensure that the team’s work aligns with overall project objectives and timelines. Cost Planning and Control : Develop detailed cost plans and budgets for MEP components at all stages of the project, from initial feasibility through to completion. Implement effective cost control measures to track actual expenditures against budget, identify variances, and recommend corrective actions as needed. Risk Management: Identify and assess cost risks related to MEP systems, and develop strategies to mitigate these risks. Regularly review and update risk registers, and ensure that appropriate contingencies are in place. Value Engineering: Lead value engineering exercises to identify cost-saving opportunities without compromising on quality or performance. Collaborate with design teams to optimize MEP designs for cost efficiency and practicality. Client Liaison: Act as the primary point of contact for clients on all MEP cost-related matters. Provide clear and concise updates on cost status, forecasts, and potential issues. Build strong client relationships to ensure client satisfaction and project success. Quality Assurance: Ensure the accuracy and reliability of all MEP cost estimates and reports. Implement quality assurance processes and conduct regular reviews to maintain high standards of cost management. Stakeholder Coordination: Collaborate with project managers, design teams, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure seamless integration of MEP cost management into the overall project plan. Facilitate effective communication and coordination among all parties. Reporting and Documentation: Prepare and present detailed cost reports, including budget updates, cost forecasts, and variance analyses, to project stakeholders and senior management. Ensure all cost documentation is accurate, up-to-date, and accessible. Strategic Leadership: Lead the MEP cost management team to ensure the successful delivery of complex projects. Provide strategic direction and oversight to ensure projects are delivered on time and within budget. Client Engagement: Act as the primary point of contact for clients regarding MEP cost management services. Build and maintain strong client relationships to secure new business opportunities and ensure client satisfaction. Technical Expertise: Utilise extensive knowledge in mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems to provide expert cost advice and innovative solutions. Ensure all MEP estimates are accurate and comprehensive, reflecting current market conditions and technological advancements. Business Development: Identify and pursue new business opportunities in the MEP sector. Develop proposals, presentations, and cost models to support business growth initiatives. • Thu, 30 MayTurner & Townsend
M&A Deals Senior Manager/Associate Director » The Rocks, Sydney - $160,000 - $280,000 Package - Global Consulting Firm About The Firm: Our client stands as a top-tier consulting firm, shaping the M&A landscape within the Energy domain. Their focus lies in advising private sector clients on impactful M&A, co-development, and strategic evaluations across key asset categories: energy (renewable, storage, transmission/distribution, hydrogen, and energy transition), waste, water, and carbon. Their expertise drives advancements in energy and environmental infrastructure projects. The Role Overview: In this pivotal role within the Energy team, the selected candidate's impact will be evident in: Directing M&A and capital raise procedures with Associate support, overseen by Directors and Partners. Supervising and evaluating financial models, valuations, and market entry strategies alongside diligent transaction coordination. Managing multiple projects effectively, collaborating across various disciplines for a cohesive client approach. Crafting strategic advice, sector summaries, trends, potential targets, and client-focused proposals and presentations. Assessing emerging technologies, industry trends, and their implications on market dynamics. Nurturing and guiding the team, fostering their professional growth. Perks Offered: Opportunities for international or interstate engagements. Comprehensive study programs with paid leave to facilitate continuous learning. A relaxed dress code to enhance comfort and confidence. Yearly bonuses to reward exceptional performance. Generous parental leave policies for all caregivers. About You: Background in finance, banking, corporate development, infrastructure, law, or engineering. Proficiency in financial modelling, report writing, and project management. Strategic thinking with insights into essential infrastructure concepts. 7-10 years of relevant experience. Application Process Important: We prioritise candidates that touch base before any job search. The benefit of working with us early is that we can prepare a strong application and have a direct line to hiring managers and business stakeholders. We know how competitive the market is and we offer comprehensive services including CV review, career coaching, interview preparation, psychometric testing readiness, job market analysis, networking assistance, salary negotiation guidance, and ongoing career support to equip our candidates with the necessary tools to stand out from the crowd. We invite candidates who are passionate about making a difference and have the requisite experience and skills to apply. Please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the role to recruitmentcharterdiligence.com.au. For confidential inquiries, please contact the recruitment team at 61 2 7912 0826 . Our client is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, regardless of their background. Join us and be part of a team that is shaping the future of the industry. Embrace Opportunity, Apply for Success Follow us here for more jobs like this. www.linkedin.com/company/charterdiligence Charter Diligence is an equal opportunity recruitment agency that provides the same benefits and opportunities for hiring and advancement to everyone without discriminating due to protected characteristics such as age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, religion, disability, and medical history. • Wed, 29 MayCharter Diligence Consulting and Recruitment
Managing Solicitor - Projects » Perth, WA - job, please contact Andrew Robson, Acting Director Criminal Law Division on Tel: (08) 9261 6875 or email For First Nations specific information... • Wed, 29 MayGovernment of Western Australia
Centre Manager (Director) | Clyde » Clyde, Casey Area - Join our client as Centre Director in Clyde Lead a small, established childcare team, inspire excellence, and nurture young minds. Apply now Centre Manager, Clyde Join Our Client - A Unique and Forward-Thinking Childcare Provider Join a well-established, flexible, and pioneering childcare provider in Melbourne, known for its positive community and curriculum that emphasises well-being, nutrition, and respect for individuality. About the Job Lead a team effectively Recruit and retain quality staff Coach, mentor, and succession plan Manage financial performance, occupancy, wages, and costs Demonstrate high levels of education and care practice Implement and evaluate policies and procedures regularly Build strong family relationships and market the centre Establish and maintain community partnerships (libraries, schools, police, fire stations, etc.) About You Diploma in Children’s Services and/or Bachelor of Education Prior leadership experience Practical knowledge of NQF and EYLF Budget and financial accountability experience Current First Aid and Asthma & Anaphylaxis certificates Current Working with Children Check What's On Offer Attractive Salary Package Supportive Leader and Owner Training & Development Why Apply with SSR: Focused Expertise : Benefit from SSR's specialised focus on management and leadership positions within the childcare sector, ensuring tailored opportunities that match your skills and aspirations. Career Advancement : Propel your career forward with opportunities for professional development and growth in leadership roles such as Centre Manager, Assistant Centre Manager, and more. Personalised Support : Receive personalised guidance and support from SSR throughout the recruitment process, ensuring a seamless transition into your new leadership role. Stability : Secure stable employment with reputable childcare providers across Melbourne, renowned for their commitment to excellence in early childhood education. Contact Us Today Email: contactsstanleyrecruitment.com Phone: Selina on 0449865003 • Wed, 29 MaySelina Stanley Recruitment
Centre Manager (Director) | Eastern Suburbs » Pagewood, Botany Bay Area - Seeking long term career development opportunities? This is the role for you Apply Now Centre Manager (Director) - Sydney's Eastern Suburbs Are you an experienced leader seeking a rewarding opportunity in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs? Look no further Our client is a well-established company with a long-standing leadership team, dedicated to providing exceptional early childhood education and care. They are currently seeking a passionate and dynamic individual to join our team as a Centre Manager (Director). Our client pride themselves on delivering high-quality education and care to children in the local community. With a strong emphasis on professional development and training, they foster a supportive environment that encourages career growth and progression. About the Job Lead a team effectively Recruit and retain quality staff Coach, mentor, and succession plan Manage financial performance, occupancy, wages, and costs Demonstrate high levels of education and care practice Implement and evaluate policies and procedures regularly Build strong family relationships and market the centre Establish and maintain community partnerships (libraries, schools, police, fire stations, etc.) About You Diploma in Children’s Services and/or Bachelor of Education Prior leadership experience Practical knowledge of NQF and EYLF Budget and financial accountability experience Current First Aid and Asthma & Anaphylaxis certificates Current Working with Children Check What's On Offer Attractive Salary Package Supportive Leader and Owner Training & Development Why Apply with SSR: Focused Expertise : Benefit from SSR's specialised focus on management and leadership positions within the childcare sector, ensuring tailored opportunities that match your skills and aspirations. Career Advancement : Propel your career forward with opportunities for professional development and growth in leadership roles such as Centre Manager, Assistant Centre Manager, and more. Personalised Support : Receive personalised guidance and support from SSR throughout the recruitment process, ensuring a seamless transition into your new leadership role. Stability : Secure stable employment with reputable childcare providers across Sydney, renowned for their commitment to excellence in early childhood education. Contact Us Today Email: contactsstanleyrecruitment.com Phone: Selina on 0449865003 • Wed, 29 MaySelina Stanley Recruitment
Centre Manager (Director) | Hornsby » Asquith, Hornsby Area - Join as Centre Manager for a small, private childcare provider Seeking a knowledgeable & capable leader to inspire excellence in safety and education Centre Manager, Hornsby Join an established and flexible childcare provider in Sydney. Our client is an experienced educator now owning a centre. They require someone positive and community focused to inspire the team and bring new energy to the centre. About the Job Lead a team effectively Recruit and retain quality staff Coach, mentor, and succession plan Manage financial performance, occupancy, wages, and costs Demonstrate high levels of education and care practice Implement and evaluate policies and procedures regularly Build strong family relationships and market the centre Establish and maintain community partnerships (libraries, schools, police, fire stations, etc.) About You Diploma in Children’s Services and/or Bachelor of Education Prior leadership experience - open to Assistant Centre Manager or 2IC Practical knowledge of NQF and EYLF Budget and financial accountability experience Current First Aid and Asthma & Anaphylaxis certificates Current Working with Children Check What's On Offer Attractive Salary Package Supportive Leader and Owner Training & Development Why Apply with SSR: Focused Expertise : Benefit from SSR's specialised focus on management and leadership positions within the childcare sector, ensuring tailored opportunities that match your skills and aspirations. Career Advancement : Propel your career forward with opportunities for professional development and growth in leadership roles such as Centre Manager, Assistant Centre Manager, and more. Personalised Support : Receive personalised guidance and support from SSR throughout the recruitment process, ensuring a seamless transition into your new leadership role. Stability : Secure stable employment with reputable childcare providers across Melbourne, renowned for their commitment to excellence in early childhood education. Contact Us Today Email: contactsstanleyrecruitment.com Phone: Selina on 0449865003 • Wed, 29 MaySelina Stanley Recruitment
Executive Assistant to Managing Director » Melbourne, VIC - Managing Director of a Melbourne founded property developer, management and investment organisation. This role is highly varied... management Managing credit cards and expenses Coordinating & attending monthly team meetings Generating agendas, collating... • Mon, 27 MaySharp & Carter$90000 - 100000 per year
Executive Assistant to Managing Director » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Support the Managing Director of an established and thriving property developer | A highly varied role with development opportunities About the role This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and professional Executive Assistant to support the Managing Director of a Melbourne founded property developer, management and investment organisation. This role is highly varied with the opportunity to be involved in all areas of the business. The ideal person will have the ability to forward plan and have previous experience operating in environments where they are heavily relied upon to undertake a multitude of tasks. Responsibilities This role will require an Executive Assistant/Personal Assistant/Senior Administrator that has previously provided high-level administration support. The responsibilities of this role will include but not be limited to; Diary management, coordinating meetings and schedules Organising international travel and accommodation Marketing and social media management Managing credit cards and expenses Coordinating & attending monthly team meetings Generating agendas, collating/distributing documents/reports Assisting with the organisation of committee meetings/papers Preparing/formatting documents Managing expectations and daily work flow End to end event management Office coordination tasks Skills and Experience Experience working within administration Ability to prioritise and stay one step ahead Strong communication skills both written and verbal Ability to build exceptional rapport with clients Overall great team player High degree of attention to detail Intermediate - Advanced Microsoft knowledge Excellent time management skills Highly organised and able to prioritise tasks effectively About the client Our client is an established Melbourne founded development, management and investment organisation that has been operating for over 150 years. Within this role you will be working with a well established and high performing team working on exciting projects nationally. This is a permanent role that requires an individual that will bring a "can do" attitude to a energetic and dynamic team environment. To apply please follow the link below or for a confidential discussion please phone Bridgette Meaden - 0484 381 458 bmeadensharpandcarter.com.au • Mon, 27 MaySharp & Carter
Senior Property Manager / Associate Director » The Rocks, Sydney - What the role involves. You'll oversee a fantastic portfolio where no day will be the same. Assets included is a prominent high-profile commercial building in the CBD as well as two industrial sites with office/ warehouse components based on the city fringe. You'll provide the highest level of service ensuring the owner and our tenants are engaged and happy on a daily basis, and confirm that all client deliverables and scope of services are undertaken to the highest degree of expertise and professionalism. Other key responsibilities include maximising rental revenue, compiling regular reports, overseeing expenses, maintaining excellent building presentation, collaborating closely with your Building Operations Manager, ensuring site compliance, completing routine property inspections, as well as overseeing sustainability and ESG planning/ reporting. Sound like you? To Apply, this is what we are looking for: You have a successful track record in commercial property management (7-10 years) with thorough knowledge of building services, capex planning, and managing internal external project managers and consultants. You're a pro at thinking strategically, can simplify complexities, solve problems quickly and see the bigger picture. Exceptional communication skills are essential, and you have that reputation for providing friendly, timely and effective service towards clients, tenants and contractors. This is an incredible opportunity and is suited to someone looking to further grow their profile in the commercial property industry who is ready to step up into a leadership role. What you can expect from us: Great employee discounts off fitness & other renowned bands Active Social Club Well-being program Paid time off for volunteer work Career Opportunities with Australia's 1 Commercial Real Estate firm Premium offices As an organisation, we don't just accept that we are a place of many different people, but we embrace it, we celebrate it, and we proactively support the needs that difference brings. JLL is committed to equal opportunity and building an inclusive workplace. This is why, for more than a decade, we continue to rank among the World's Most Ethical Companies. We support applications from all underrepresented groups, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBT, people with disability and people of all age, religions and race. We are dedicated to offering veterans from all ranks and services a successful civilian career as they transition out of the military. We recognise and appreciate the skills acquired in their service careers as vital and transferable to our workforce. Please apply today, quoting job reference number REQ361059. Location: On-site -Sydney, NSW If this resonates with you, we encourage you to apply even if you don't meet all of the requirements. We're interested in getting to know you and what you bring to the table JLL Privacy Notice Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading global provider of real estate and investment management services. We take our responsibility to protect the personal information provided to us seriously. Generally the personal information we collect from you are for the purposes of processing in connection with JLL's recruitment process. We endeavour to keep your personal information secure with appropriate level of security and keep for as long as we need it for legitimate business or legal reasons. We will then delete it safely and securely. For more information about how JLL processes your personal data, please view our Candidate Privacy Statement. For additional details please see our career site pages for each country. For candidates in the United States, please see a full copy of our Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action policy here. Jones Lang LaSalle ("JLL") is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process - including the online application and/or overall selection process - you may contact us at Accommodation Requests. This email is only to request an accommodation. Please direct any other general recruiting inquiries to our Contact Us page > I want to work for JLL. • Sun, 26 MayJLL
Technical Director/ Design Manager » Perth CBD, Perth - As an Arcadian, you already help us deliver world leading sustainable design, engineering, and consultancy solutions for natural and built assets. You are part of our global business comprising 36,000 people, in over 70 countries, dedicated to improving quality of life. Everyone has an important role to play. With the power of many curious minds, together we can continue to solve the world's most complex challenges and deliver more impact together. Role description: Off the back of growing demand in our transport team, we are looking for a Technical Director/Design Manager with Highways industry experience to provide leadership across multiple complex inter-disciplinary projects. Role accountabilities: Providing sound and effective leadership by providing direction and technical advice, leading by example and championing a quality culture; Ability to effectively implement project delivery best practice in the following areas: risk and change management, planning, project set-up, common data environments (including BIM and doc control); Ensuring that effective financial and project management controls are in place and deployed to enable monitoring, modification and forecasting as appropriate; Working to ensure maximum client satisfaction, championing client care and proactively working with the client; Driving project performance, service delivery and technical and commercial outcomes and undertaking reviews, ensuring client delivery is above expectation; and Seeking / pursuing design opportunities, and the preparation of bids and tender submissions. Qualifications & Experience: First and foremost, you share our passion for improving quality of life. You are a seasoned design management professional with extensive experience in the transportation infrastructure market and come to us with: Relevant engineering degree with Chartered status or equivalent professional accreditation; Confident in leading multidisciplinary design teams for rail and/or road projects within a design and engineering consultancy environment; Demonstrated experience delivering complex highway infrastructure projects. Well-developed technical and commercial skills, with a sound knowledge of the industry and a demonstrated ability in securing opportunities; and Excellent communication skills and strong stakeholder management experience and the ability to build credible, collaborative but influential relationships both internally and externally. Continue your career journey as an Arcadian. We can only achieve our goals when everyone is empowered to be their best. We believe everyone's contribution matters. It's why we are pioneering a skills based approach, where you can harness your unique experience and expertise to carve your career path and maximize the impact we can make together. You do meaningful work, and no matter where your next role in Arcadis takes you, you'll be helping to deliver sustainable solutions for a more prosperous planet. Make your mark; on your career, your colleagues, your clients, your life and the world around you. Together, we can create a lasting legacy. Our Commitment to Equality, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging We want you to be able to bring your best self to work every day which is why we take equality and inclusion seriously and hold ourselves to account for our actions. Our ambition is to be an employer of choice and provide a great place to work for all our people. As an equal opportunity employer, we value and promote diversity at Arcadis and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. • Sat, 25 MayArcadis Global
Associate Director - Asset Management » Sydney CBD, Sydney - SYSTRA is a global engineering consultancy that provides services across transportation, technology, and security sectors. With more than 10,000 professional employees, our engineering capabilities ensure we deliver world-class, safe and sustainable solutions to projects around the world. When you join SYSTRA ANZ you can expect to be part of a connected, passionate team that are motivated to find innovative solutions. SYSTRA ANZ is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace that values difference. We provide a collaborative environment, supporting our employees to achieve career goals and maximise their potential. The SYSTRA Bamser team is an integrated group of engineers with exceptional technical skills across the civil, tunnelling, and trenchless technology sectors. Our project delivery capability is supported by people with core expertise in all major engineering disciplines. The success of our business lies in the depth of knowledge of our highly skilled team coupled with their practical site-based experience. The opportunity Reporting to the Executive General Manager - Tunnels within the Bamser Team, the Associate Director - Asset Management will lead maintenance and planning aspects of large tunnelling projects. Develop strategic plans for tunnelling asset management to optimise performance and minimise costs. Oversee entire asset lifecycle, ensuring alignment with industry best practices and standards. Conduct risk assessments, develop mitigation strategies, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to coordinate asset management activities and achieve organisational objectives. About you This is our desired list of qualifications and experience, but please do not be discouraged if you do not meet all of them. We value your unique strengths, your willingness to learn, and your aspiration to achieve success. Degree in Civil Engineering, Tunnelling Engineering, or a related field. Proven experience in asset management with a focus on tunnelling infrastructure. Strong knowledge of tunnelling construction, operation, and maintenance practices. Excellent project management skills with a track record of successfully leading complex initiatives. Effective communication and leadership skills to collaborate with diverse teams and stakeholders. Familiarity with industry standards, regulations, and emerging trends in asset management. High voltage transmission experience will be very highly regarded Design background would be ideal. Benefits of working at SYSTRA: At SYSTRA, we prioritise the well-being and professional growth of our employees by offering a comprehensive range of benefits. We're committed to nurturing your career development, providing ongoing support for obtaining Chartership status and providing access to continuous learning opportunities. Furthermore, we cover the costs of professional memberships and subscriptions, ensuring you stay connected to industry developments. Recognising the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, we offer flexible working arrangements and generous paid parental leave. Our inclusive workplace culture, endorsed by Work180, celebrates diversity and values every individual's unique contribution. To further demonstrate our appreciation for our team members, we offer attractive employee referral incentives as a token of recognition for their valuable contributions. Click this link to view all our benefits: https://work180.com/en-au/for-women/employer/systra At SYSTRA ANZ, we value diversity of thought and experience. We encourage applications from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders and people from diverse backgrounds • Fri, 24 MaySystra Scott Lister
Executive Assistant | $120,000 Superannuation | Sydney CBD » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Our Client This privately owned Australian company are a recognised leader in the investment banking industry. They are looking for an experienced Executive Assistant to support the Managing Director in a role that will provide exposure across the business, and a chance to work closely with the Senior Management Team The Job Description You will be responsible for but not limited to the following tasks; Extensive diary management Partner with the Managing Director to act on any minor issues within the business and update the Managing Director in major issues or developments. Coordinating domestic and international travel Board/meeting minutes Organising financial review documents as well as reports Coordinating client functions and seminars Maintain records, registers and filing of reports, correspondence and related material Managing external client relationships with key company stakeholders Acting as a gatekeeper to screen all calls All other Adhoc duties as requested by the Managing Director The Successful Candidate 5-10 years of relevant experience supporting C-Suite or Senior leadership team is essential to be successful for this position. You will be well presented at all times and must be flexible with hours as well as domestic travel. You will be proficient in Microsoft Office suite, with good skills in formatting Word and PowerPoint documents. You must have exceptional time management skills and be able to adapt quickly to situations as they often will change at the last minute. Your professionalism and strong eye for detail will enable you to deal with clients and key stakeholders on a daily basis. Remuneration and Benefits $120,000 Superannuation Sydney CBD Employer of choice Supportive Managing Director • Wed, 22 MayByron Thomas Recruitment
Civil Manager/Director » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Lead a team in the planning, managing and successful delivery of engineering projects of a complex nature. I am currently looking to recruit a Civil Director on behalf on behalf of our client based in Brisbane ne offering multi-sector client base structural, temporary works, civil & environmental and hydraulic expertise. Brisbane offers a lifestyle like no other. About the Role Reporting to the founder, the purpose of the role is to be responsible for leading a team in the planning, managing and successful delivery of engineering projects of a complex nature. We are looking for someone with… Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering Chartered Member (CPEng) of Institute of Engineers Australia or ability and desire to obtain Skills & Knowledge 15 years of demonstrated leadership & design experience Ability to think and solve problems Critically assess and review designs by others Understands design and commercial risk Demonstrable contract management experience Experience in liaising with project managers and architects effectively Strong communication skills across all parties Able to maintain relationships at different levels within client organisations • Wed, 22 May369 Recruit
PA to Managing Director » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Rare opportunity to be a part of a team committed to success and growth Where will you be working… A magnificent opportunity to join an inclusive and committed team has arisen for an experienced, results driven and autonomous Personal Assistant to join this highly successful firm. What you will be doing… In this fast-paced role, you will work one to one with the leading QLD property director. You will take responsibility for the smooth functioning of all the behind-the-scenes operations. The role will be varied and your duties will include but are not limited to: Working side by side with this dynamic and very busy Director who is assisting well known and very discreet purchasers Demonstrate leadership in maintaining and developing team values and culture; Human resources including: recruitment, workforce planning, performance management and training coordination; Database management including: lead generation, tracking appraisal activity, pipeline management and communication; Diary management; Provide support for broader needs. To be successful You will have: Your own car and valid license The ability to multi task and work within a fast paced successful team Sound knowledge of service delivery, operational policies, systems, procedures and technology Good analytical skills and an understanding of improving business processes Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong time-management and self-management skills Property experience is desirable but not essential The understanding of the need to be discreet and confidential at all times What's in it for you Work for an extremely well-regarded company and be rewarded with a competitive salary package. This opportunity will have you work with a fun and dynamic team Don't hesitate - apply today with a word copy of your resume or email your resume to suziemajerrecruitment.com.au for further details. • Wed, 22 MayMajer Recruitment
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE MANAGING DIRECTOR - CASUAL - ONE DAY A WEEK » Kingsford, NSW - Executive Assistant to the Managing Director, you will play a pivotal role in supporting the day-to-day operations and strategic... initiatives of In The Deep Swim School. You will act as the right hand to the Managing Director, handling administrative tasks... • Tue, 21 MayThe Deep Swim School
Dental Officer Level 4 in Oral Health CCLHD – Apply via eCredential » Central Coast NSW Region, New South Wales - The position is a clinical lead position requiring the successful applicant to possess well-developed team-building and leadership qualities. Additionally, the successful applicant must demonstrate a high level of professionalism, ethics, dynamism, and the ability to exercise independent judgment. The successful applicant will assist the Area Dental Director in managing a group of forty plus dental clinicians. This position attracts a full clinical load. This position qualifies for the Dental Officer Rural Incentive Scheme Allowance (up to $20k p.a.) on top of Award Salary. For enquiries about the position please contact Dr Alek Sawicki, Clinical Director oral Health Services, phone (02) 4320 3616 or email CCLHD- MWEUSMWhealth.nsw.gov.au To formally apply for this position you must apply via eCredential ONLY: https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/cclhd-int/jobs/dental-officer-level-4-apply-via-ecredential-251692 If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce Unit on (02) 4320 3009. The Health Service is committed to EEO, OH&S, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. Successful applicants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Relevant criminal record checks will be undertaken on recommended applicants. Employment is subject to having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases. Salary Packaging is available to enhance benefits. Applications will not be accepted via agencies. Closing Date: 03.06.2024 • Tue, 21 MayCentral Coast Local Health District
Managing Director - Australia » Brisbane, QLD - growth in the Australian and Regional marketplace and now requires a Managing Director to drive strategy and achieve... commercial, sales and distribution goals in the region. The Managing Director will report to the European head office... • Tue, 21 May
Senior Manager / Director - R&D Tax & Government Incentives » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - FAST Growing firm 30% year on year. Unique Bonus Structure. Matches any pay. Usual perks and MORE. Top 10 Professional Advisory Firm in Australia Global presence, forward thinking, progressive, dynamic and diverse. Join somewhere you can make a difference, impact your own environment, make a name for yourself and have real promotional opportunities - join rapid growth with the company and your own career. Mid tier that bats against the major players. Responsibilities: Our client is looking for an established Principal/Partner to come on board and help expand the already well established Brisbane team. Help oversee the R&D Brisbane team in providing R&D Tax Incentive advice to a wide range of companies from start-ups through to multinationals. Hiring of new talent. Training/mentoring. Internal stakeholder management. Client engagement and management. Conduct/participate in annual reviews and carrier meeting for staff. Requirements: 3 years experience at the Senior Manager level. The ability to lead and grow a team/office. A passion for building/creating great office culture. Excellent communication and written skills are critical. A degree qualification, preferably Science, Commerce, Technology or a related. • Tue, 21 MayEDT Networks Pty Ltd.
Executive Assistant » South Brisbane, Brisbane - Job Description This is a Fulltime Permanent position – Monday to Friday (8:30am-4:30pm) Schedule & attend meetings on behalf of Managing Director (When required) Assist with organising events from small to large scale General administration tasks as required by the team Manage the Managing Director email inbox, including sorting, prioritising, and responding to emails as appropriate, ensuring that all communications are handled promptly and professionally Organise and maintain the Managing Directors calendar, including scheduling meetings, appointments, and travel arrangements. Ensure all calendar entries are accurate and conflicts are managed effectively Coordinate seamlessly with internal and external stakeholders to arrange meetings, including setting up video calls and conference rooms, and preparing necessary meeting materials Provide reminders for important tasks and deadlines to the Managing Director Assist in the preparation and editing of business correspondence and presentations Handle confidential information with a high level of discretion and integrity Record, transcribe, and distribute minutes of meetings Perform general office duties such as ordering supplies, maintaining records management systems, and performing basic bookkeeping work Manage and maintain office supplies • Tue, 21 MayThe Yiros Shop
Centre Manager | Centre Director | Clyde Area » Clyde, Casey Area - A Generous salary for an experienced early childhood manager to lead a team of a medium size long daycare service, Clyde Area About the Organisation Are you looking for a positive working environment? To feel supported and recognised for what you do? About the organisation We have an great opportunity for an dedicated centre manager or centre director to be part of a well established organisation who are invested in supporting the team The service is stunning with a great work culture As the centre director, you will work with a very experienced and compassionate operations manager who is understanding and empathetic within your role, as well as being approachable with a great sense of humour, with an open and personal approach. As part of your management team, you will be supported with a full time assistant director and educational leader, who are enthusiastic and receptive to helping you support the overall team. Additionally, for your dedication to the team and children, you will be offered a generous salary, a monthly RDO along with added incentives that you will love This a full time position located near the Clyde area. This is an opportunity to be noticed Management Responsibilities Mentoring and team management Sound understanding of the Early Learning Years Framework Sound understanding of service compliance Experience in staff rostering Qikkids software or similar Strong understanding and experience in performance management Experience in financial reporting and budgeting Building a positive partnership with families Qualifications and Skills Diploma of Children Services or Bachelor of Early Childhood (ACECQA recognised), MUST have at least 2-3 years experience as a centre director capacity or higher of a medium service Current WWCC or VIT Updated First Aid, Anaphylaxis, Asthma High Level of written and verbal communication Strong understanding and application in staff management MUST Full working rights in Australia If you think this position suits you, please apply through the link. MH Consulting and Services is a recruitment company specialising in Early Childhood in finding suitable candidates for permanent placements. Our experienced consultants are committed and driven to providing exceptional quality service by matching the right candidate to the role within this vulnerable industry. • Sat, 18 MayMH Consulting & Services
Centre Manager | Centre Director | Moonee Ponds » Moonee Ponds, Moonee Valley - Looking for a passionate and enthusiastic Centre Director or Centre Manager to lead an established service in the Moonee Ponds area Why us? Are you looking for career growth? To be part of an organisation known for its all round support for its leaders? About the Centre It is an amazing opportunity to be part of a well-established organisation known for its genuine support of the team. We are looking for a compassionate and dedicated leader to inspire the team in an encouraging approach. As the centre director, you will lead and inspire a small team with innovative ideas contributing to the existing positive culture. Along with being immersed in the unique program of an established service that is full of natural light and vibrancy, it is doing well with occupancy If you are seeking a warm and inviting workplace that is full of opportunities for growth and feeling respected with a sense of belonging, then this is the place to consider You will get to work with the knowledgeable operations manager that works based on collaboration with open-minded communication. This full-time position offers a generous salary negotiable for the right candidate, as well as other attractive incentives. Located near the Moonee Ponds Area. It is a truly fantastic opportunity to be part of a new team with a great culture. What could be better? Skills and Experience MUST have worked in an early childhood service or preschool within Australia. Experience as a centre manager Or a minimum of 2 year experience as a full-time Assistant Director. Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to inspire and mentor a team Ability to assist with mentoring the kindergarten and below 3's program Sound knowledge of the EYLF and NQF Understanding of the application toward age-appropriate program planning A professional and empathetic approach toward families Ability to work collaboratively with co-educators Qualifications and Skills MUST Bachelor of Early Childhood / Diploma of Children Services or equivalent qualification - MUST be approved by ACECQA Current First aid Current Anaphylaxis Current Asthma qualifications Current VIT / WWCC Full Working Rights in Australia, no restrictions. Shortlisting soon. If you think this position is for you, please apply through the link MH Consulting and Services is a recruitment company specialising in Early Childhood in successfully finding suitable candidates for permanent placements. Our experienced consultants are committed and driven to providing exceptional quality service by matching the right candidate to the organisation. • Sat, 18 MayMH Consulting & Services
Audit Director / Senior Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Great pay. Excellent benefits. Permanent full-time. Job Description: Our client, a leading accounting and advisory firm, is looking for a new Director (Senior Managers will also be considered) to join their Audit and Assurance team. This full-time position offers a chance to join a team of motivated, caring, and passionate leaders. Through challenges and enriching opportunities, you will build and shape your career trajectory, while being inspired to create a meaningful change. Main Responsibilities: Oversee performance and duties of audit teams Review audits Managing audit assignments and risk assessment Managing and supporting team members with training and coaching, and assist during ASIC & PCAOB inspections Support the legal team Developing high-priority services, fostering quality culture, and improving client service Collaborate with partners to analyse and apply regulatory audit methodologies, ensuring the implementation of industry-leading practices Actively engage in constructive critique and uphold integrity Ideal Candidate: Qualified CA, CPA, ACCA or, ACA Knowledge of Australian Accounting Standards or IFRS Prior audit experience involving quality control and inspection with listed entities Prior experience working directly with regulators Excellent analytical skills for effective information assessment Proven experience leading a team • Sat, 18 MayEDT Networks Pty Ltd.
Managing Director » Perth Region, Western Australia - Vacancy Listing Dates 16/05/2024 to 13/06/2024 Please Quote Reference Number 96261 Immediate start available An attractive salary is on offer to the successful candidate The Vines, WA location NextGen Energy Solutions Pty Ltd is an Australian Company established to realise the opportunity to service the growing specialised electrical, renewable energy, and carbon emission market in Australasia, Africa, and India. They are currently seeking a Managing Director to join their team in The Vines, WA. Key duties and responsibilities include : Authorise expenses relevant to materials, human and financial resources and the efficient implementation of the company's commercial endeavours; Consult with senior subordinate staff and review recommendations and reports; Discharge overall executive management responsibilities and ensure adherence to legal and fiduciary duties concerning the company and clients; Ensure that the company complies with relevant legislation and industrial laws pertaining to the electrical and renewable energy industry; Manage overall company directives, strategies and goals; Monitor and evaluate performance of the company relative to objectives and identify goals; Preparation of reports, budgets and forecasts for presentation of same to shareholders; Provide overall direction to and executive management and responsibility for the company; Raise necessary funds; Represent the company in negotiations with clients and liaise between different areas of executive responsibility; Select and appoint senior staff. To be considered you will need a level of skill commensurate with a relevant Bachelor degree or higher qualification and at least two years of relevant Senior Executive employment experience OR at least five years of relevant employment experience in Executive Management. This is a full time position, an immediate start is available. An attractive salary is on offer to the successful candidate. APPLY NOW through our online application form below. • Fri, 17 MayNextGen Energy Solutions
Managing Director » Knoxfield, Knox Area - Job Title: Managing Director Company: Star Group Location: Suite 2/45 Gilbert Park Dr, Knoxfield VIC 3180 Job Description: In our constant efforts to drive growth and lead our teams towards our mission, Star Group is seeking an experienced and highly qualified Managing Director. The ideal candidate is a strategist, a leader, and a driven, performance-oriented professional. Responsibilities: 1. Develop and implement company policies and procedures to drive company's mission and objectives. 2. Oversee all operations and business activities to ensure they align with the company's goals and expectations. 3. Create and implement strategic plans to meet key performance indicators and financial targets. 4. Build positive relationships with key partners, stakeholders, clients and suppliers. 5. Review financial and non-financial reports to devise solutions for improvement. 6. Provide leadership and direction to staff while fostering a positive work environment that encourages teamwork and innovation. 7. Act as the company's main advisor on all issues relating to operational functions and latest trends. 8. Assess and manage risks to the company's broad array of assets. 9. Create and report progress and developments to the board of directors regularly. 10. Ensure the company's adherence to legal guidelines, in-house policies and industry standards. Qualifications: 1. Bachelor's or Master's degree in Business Administration or a related field. 2. Proven experience as a Managing Director or in another senior managerial position. 3. Demonstrable experience in developing strategies and implementing vision. 4. Strong understanding of corporate finance and performance management principles. 5. In-depth knowledge of corporate governance, general management best practices and industry's legal rules and guidelines. 6. Excellent knowledge of MS Office and IT systems. 7. Strong leadership with excellent organizational and problem-solving skills. 8. Outstanding communication and public speaking abilities. 9. Excellent interpersonal skills and strong relationship builder. 10. Ability to inspire and lead by example. At Star Group, we value diversity and always treat all employees and job applicants based on merit, qualifications, competence, and talent. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. • Fri, 17 MayStar Group
Centre Manager (Director) | Ingleside » Australia - Join a well-established centre in Sydney's Northern Beaches The opportunities offers career development & growth Apply Today Centre Manager (Director) | Ingleside Seeking a small yet vibrant center nestled away in Sydney's Northern Beaches? We're seeking a passionate and dynamic individual to join the team as a Centre Director. If you possess exceptional leadership skills, a drive to inspire a team of educators, and a commitment to excellence in early childhood education, this could be the perfect role for you. Company: The center is dedicated to providing a nurturing and stimulating environment where children can learn, grow, and thrive. They pride ourselves on fostering a supportive and inclusive community for both children and families. With a focus on holistic development and individualised care, we strive to make a positive impact on every child's early years. Key Responsibilities: Provide visionary leadership to a team of dedicated educators Oversee daily operations and ensure compliance with regulatory standards Foster a culture of collaboration, professional growth, and continuous improvement Build strong relationships with families and the local community Drive enrollment growth and maintain high retention rates What's on Offer: Excellent salary package, bonus, and benefits Supportive work environment with opportunities for career advancement Professional development and growth opportunities A chance to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children and families Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education or Diploma in Children's Services (ACECQA approved) Previous experience in a leadership role within an early childhood setting Strong communication, organisational, and interpersonal skills Passion for early childhood education and a commitment to quality care Ability to inspire and motivate a team to achieve their full potential If you're ready to take the next step in your career and become a driving force behind the center's success, we want to hear from you Email your resume to Selina at contactsstanleyrecruitment.com or phone on 0449865003. • Wed, 15 MaySelina Stanley Recruitment
Technical Director (Cost Management) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Our high-performing Cost Management Group in Melbourne are looking for an Associate Director / Technical Director to join their team. In this role, you will be responsible for providing cost management / quantity surveying services on some of Melbourne’s most iconic projects. This role would suit an experience professional who is looking to lead and guide cost management teams across diverse projects in challenging environments. This position operates across a variety of project sectors, including; Healthcare, Defence, Energy mainly, with the opportunity to work on Education, Civil Infrastructure, Industrial and Commercial projects too. The AECOM Cost Management team benefits from integrated cost / design opportunities and global reach enabling our team to provide a higher standard of consulting. What will a day in this role look like: Manage a number of concurrent, complex projects across a range of market sectors delegating work, managing the client and using your outstanding technical skills to deliver outcomes to key clients and stakeholders. Act as Project Director on projects, including being responsible for managing cost, budget and timelines of multiple projects in parallel. Use your network across the local market to build relationships with new and existing clients further enhancing AECOM’s presence. Contribute to the delivery of major projects by assist with feasibility studies, capital cost advice in addition to aiding with cost planning and estimating during the design phase, construction phase cost & project management and life-cycle costing. • Wed, 15 MayAECOM
Marketing Coordinator – Military History » Fyshwick, South Canberra - Perks: Flexible work environment with part time working from home available. Development opportunities - we invest in our people to help them grow Annual team getaway Social team outings Happy Hour every Friday afternoon to kick start the weekend Free Parking 50% discount on products across our shops Check out Careers at BrandNet to learn more about our team. https://brandnet.com.au/careers-at-brandnet.php Who we are: Here at BrandNet, we are a Canberra based company who have been proudly working with government, military, police, private organisations, and more for over 30 years, providing quality products and sales. From design to distribution and everything in between, we do it all. With our 7 online shops and retail showroom, Military Shop, we love working with a wide range of military and military-related organisations and beyond to find solutions for their needs. Our Culture: We pride ourselves on our unique culture. We honour and respect the differences that everyone brings, and we seek to include those perspectives in all we do. Our diverse community of creators and developers helps our customers celebrate the brands they love and get the opportunity to work on what matters. We're a team where you can learn, be creative, thrive and build your career. With opportunities to work closely with every business area, our team loves solving problems and championing creativity in everything we do. We love our work and getting the opportunity to make a difference in our customers’ lives. We've got big plans for our future and we're excited to continue expanding our team as we grow, and we want you to be a part of it Job description: Are you a Marketing Coordinator superstar ready to join the Creative team at BrandNet? We are looking for someone who can connect engaging copy and content with BrandNet's customer base that raises brand awareness, drives customer engagement, and delivers against commercial objectives in an OMNI channel environment. Our focus is on Military History to support our key businesses. From day one you will be contributing to the success of the business; you will be nurtured in a team with extensive experience and given the room to shine. In this role you will be responsible for creating copy for multiple comms channels, including marketing and advertising campaigns, in-store materials, digital comms, social media, product and packaging descriptions and brand communications. This role is key in the organisations go to market strategy and currently reports directly to the Managing Director. You will work alongside our product designer, and design team. An opportunity exists for this role to expand, with the right candidate, into a managerial and strategic role longer term. In your day you will…. Identify market opportunities and advice on the development of new markets. Develop content strategies, that aligns with business objectives. Develop and produce copy and content deliverables. Coordinate and implement plans for pricing and promotion of our products. Develop and own BrandNet's content calendar. Develop overarching messaging for campaigns. Generate new ideas and identify content opportunities to tell the brand story and increase engagement across multiple channels. Work with key internal departments and business managers to generate copy and content that meets briefs and objectives. Be copywriting across all consumer-facing channels and touchpoints using both short and long-form copy to drive brand consideration and preference, increase engagement, and deliver commercial objectives. You will have A Marketing, Communications, Advertising, Digital Marketing or similar Degree or qualifications and / or Previous experience in a similar role as a Marketing Coordinator developing output for a variety of channels and audiences. The ability to work in a lean and agile working environment. Exceptional communication skills. A strong attention to detail and written communication skills. You will have experience or the ability in writing across various platforms and channels. Creativity, the ability to generate ideas and work collaboratively with creative teams to deliver exceptional copy and content across all channels. Exceptional organisational and time management skills, to hit deadlines and manage multiple projects and briefs. You enjoy working in an exciting, fast-paced environment where every day brings a new challenge. A receptive and motivated mindset. You must be able to take feedback and share your expertise to improve content across all channels and be driven to ensure BrandNet's content is of the highest quality. Military service may be an advantage. This is a perfect opportunity for the right candidate to progress their career within an ever growing and successful organisation who have a great approach and attitude towards their staff and clients. How to apply… If you picture yourself in this creative role, then send us a cover letter and resume addressing your suitability for the position. • Tue, 14 MayBrandnet Pty Ltd
Energy & Resources Manager/Director » Perth, Perth Region - Are you a seasoned leader with over 20 years of experience in the resources industry, including a strong background in renewables, decarbonization, an "Seeking an Experienced Group Lead for an Innovative Company in Western Australia" Are you a seasoned leader with over 20 years of experience in the resources industry, including a strong background in renewables, decarbonization, and hydrogen? If yes, we have an exciting opportunity for you Our client, a forward-thinking company based in Western Australia, is in search of an engaging and collaborative Group Lead to join their exceptional team. As a key member of the WA Leadership team, you'll be responsible for driving internal collaboration, contributing to business growth, and achieving strategic, financial, and client outcomes. Requirements: ✅ 20 years of experience in the resources industry. ✅ Excellent background in renewables, decarbonization, and hydrogen. ✅ Proven leadership skills with a track record of driving results. ✅ Strong relationship-building abilities with clients and stakeholders. ✅ Ability to identify and pursue new business opportunities. ✅ Experience in positioning and winning projects aligned with strategic goals. ✅ Passion for promoting a culture of teamwork and technical excellence. This remarkable role offers an opportunity to make a significant impact by championing the company's initiatives in renewable energy and decarbonization. If you're ready to carve a rewarding career pathway and work with a team dedicated to making a difference, this could be the perfect fit for you Location: Perth, Western Australia Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity Apply now and let your expertise shine in the world of sustainable resources and cutting-edge technologies LeadershipOpportunity RenewableEnergy Decarbonization HydrogenExpert • Tue, 14 May369 Recruit
Management Consultant - Director & Manager Level » The Rocks, Sydney - Join a global consulting firm to lead innovative contact centre transformations. Seeking experienced Director or Manager level - Consultancy or client Management Consultant - Director & Manager Level Contact Centre of the Future Location: Sydney or Melb Company Overview: We are partnering with a leading global consulting firm renowned for driving innovation and transformation across industries. They are committed to redefining customer experiences and operational efficiency. As they embark on building the Contact Centre of the Future for their clients, we seek a visionary and experienced Management Consultant at the Director level to join their team and lead this transformative journey. We welcome applicants from Tier 1 or Tier 2 consultancies, as well as SMEs with a proven track record of leading large-scale contact centre transformations. Role Overview: As a Management Consultant at the Director level, you will spearhead initiatives to design and implement cutting-edge contact centre solutions. You will work closely with senior leadership and clients across various industries to reimagine customer interactions, leverage advanced technologies, and drive strategic growth. This role requires a blend of strategic thinking, technical expertise, and exceptional leadership skills. Key Responsibilities: Strategic Leadership: Develop and execute a comprehensive strategy for transforming contact centres into future-ready hubs of customer engagement and operational excellence. Client Engagement: Lead high-impact consulting engagements with clients in banking, airlines, telecommunications, and other sectors to assess current capabilities, identify opportunities, and deliver innovative solutions. Innovation and Technology: Drive the adoption of advanced technologies such as AI, machine learning, omnichannel platforms, and cloud solutions to enhance customer experiences and operational efficiency. Customer Experience Design: Redesign customer journeys and touchpoints, ensuring a seamless and cohesive experience across all channels, including voice, chat, email, and social media. Change Management: Lead organizational change initiatives, ensuring smooth transitions and adoption of new processes, tools, and technologies. Provide guidance and support to client teams. Operational Excellence: Implement best practices for workflow automation, knowledge management, and workforce optimization to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. Thought Leadership: Stay abreast of industry trends and emerging technologies. Share insights and thought leadership through whitepapers, presentations, and industry forums. Team Development: Mentor and develop junior consultants, fostering a culture of continuous learning and professional growth within the team. Stakeholder Management: Build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders, ensuring alignment and collaboration across all levels of the organization. Qualifications: Experience: Minimum of 10 years of experience in management consulting, with a focus on customer experience, contact centre operations, or digital transformation. Leadership: Proven track record of leading large-scale transformation projects and managing cross-functional teams in a consulting environment. Industry Knowledge: Deep understanding of contact centre operations, customer service best practices, and industry-specific challenges in sectors such as banking, airlines, and telecommunications. Technical Proficiency: Familiarity with advanced technologies including AI, machine learning, cloud solutions, and omnichannel platforms. Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management, or a related field. MBA or advanced degree preferred. Skills: Exceptional strategic thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Strong communication and interpersonal abilities. Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Why Join Us: Innovative Environment: Be part of a forward-thinking team driving innovation in customer experience and operational excellence. Career Growth: Opportunities for professional development and career advancement in a global consulting firm. Impactful Work: Lead transformative projects that make a real difference for our clients and their customers. Collaborative Culture: Work with a diverse and talented team of professionals committed to excellence and collaboration. Apply Now: If you are a visionary leader with a passion for transforming customer experiences and driving operational excellence, we invite you to apply for the role of Management Consultant - Director & Manager Level. • Tue, 14 MayLatitude IT
Director, Risk Management » Australia - Our Purpose We work to connect and power an inclusive, digital economy that benefits everyone, everywhere by making transactions safe, simple, smart and accessible. Using secure data and networks, partnerships and passion, our innovations and solutions help individuals, financial institutions, governments and businesses realize their greatest potential. Our decency quotient, or DQ, drives our culture and everything we do inside and outside of our company. We cultivate a culture of inclusion for all employees that respects their individual strengths, views, and experiences. We believe that our differences enable us to be a better team - one that makes better decisions, drives innovation and delivers better business results. Title and Summary Director, Risk Management - Director, Risk Management Who is Mastercard? Mastercard is a global technology company in the payments industry. Our mission is to connect and power an inclusive, digital economy that benefits everyone, everywhere by making transactions safe, simple, smart, and accessible. Using secure data and networks, partnerships and passion, our innovations and solutions help individuals, financial institutions, governments, and businesses realize their greatest potential. Our decency quotient, or DQ, drives our culture and everything we do inside and outside of our company. With connections across more than 210 countries and territories, we are building a sustainable world that unlocks priceless possibilities for all. Overview The Asia-Pacific Business & Enterprise Risk team is looking for a Director of Risk Management in Australia to drive our regulatory, business and enterprise risk strategies by consistently innovating and problem-solving. The ideal candidate is passionate about driving and implementing a thoughtful risk-taking culture, highly motivated, intellectually curious, analytical, and possesses an entrepreneurial mindset. Role Reporting to the Asia Pacific Risk Program Lead, this role is responsible for managing regulatory, business, enterprise and technology risk exposures to the company, its customers, shareholders, employees, infrastructure and assets. This role will support the business and enterprise risk function which includes responsibilities such as: Support regional risk committee meetings and related tasks. Support the development and implementation of policies and procedures to address and minimize regulatory, business and enterprise risk exposure. Support cross-functional initiatives, including product/service risk assessments to deliver on risk goals, policies, and procedures Advises and support local and/or regional business strategies; partners with local teams to optimize risk-related policies and a holistic risk perspective Interface with other risk functions to support RFI/RFP reviews Participate in regulatory compliance projects/taskforce/interactions with regulators and/or authorities as a representative of the business and enterprise risk function Prepare, manage and maintain risk assessments, metrics, dashboards, management reports, requests and submissions related to risk management to regulators and/or authorities Manages and supports thoughtful risk-taking and/or policies and procedures This role will also lead the work of the Australia Risk Program and Australia Risk Committee which includes responsibilities such as: Drive and support the Australia risk committee meetings and related meetings and tasks. Drive and manage an Australia risk management program (including managing and scheduling risk assessments, driving monitoring of controls and risk mitigation activities) on an ongoing basis to support adherence to local requirements and obligations. Provide risk management guidance to business owners and function stakeholders on relevant regulations and internal policies and procedures. Review, prioritize, assess, and act on results of risk assessments/controls in conjunction with the business owners, function stakeholders and 2nd line teams. Facilitate remediation of issues or gaps identified as part of risk assessments, ongoing monitoring and strive to identify and mitigate potential risk (e.g., strategic, financial, operational, legal/ regulatory, brand/ reputation) to Mastercard and provides risk management analysis, support, coordination, and oversight for the Australia risk committee Support and participate in requests and interactions with local regulators and authorities in respect of the Australia risk management program. All About You The ideal candidate for this position should: Experience managing a complex business risk operation Experience collaborating cross-functionally to identify and implement best practice risk processes Experience working regionally, creating risk strategies to optimize risk-related policies and ensure compliance Demonstrated successful oversight of the management and resolution of high-risk issues to ensure completeness and efficiency Experience working with senior stakeholders A strong, confident, and exacting writer and speaker, able to communicate your vision and roadmap effectively to a wide variety of stakeholders Always look for potential solutions to solve problems Corporate Security Responsibility Every person working for, or on behalf of, Mastercard is responsible for information security. All activities involving access to Mastercard assets, information, and networks comes with an inherent risk to the organization and therefore, it is expected that the successful candidate for this position must: Abide by Mastercard's security policies and practices; Ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the information being accessed; Report any suspected information security violation or breach, and Complete all periodic mandatory security trainings in accordance with Mastercard's guidelines. Updated 3 May 2024 Corporate Security Responsibility All activities involving access to Mastercard assets, information, and networks comes with an inherent risk to the organization and, therefore, it is expected that every person working for, or on behalf of, Mastercard is responsible for information security and must: Abide by Mastercard's security policies and practices; Ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the information being accessed; Report any suspected information security violation or breach, and Complete all periodic mandatory security trainings in accordance with Mastercard's guidelines. • Sun, 12 MayMasterCard
Product Management Director » The Rocks, Sydney - Envestnet is seeking a passionate and talented Product Management Director to join our D&A team. This position is located in Sydney, Australia. Envestnet is transforming the way financial advice and wellness are delivered. Our mission is to empower advisors and financial service providers with innovative technology, solutions, and intelligence to make financial wellness a reality for everyone. Since our founding 20 years ago, we are fully vested in helping people live an intelligent financial life. If you love the idea of working in a Fintech company with the environment and excitement of a start-up where you are making everyday impact - then read on. Job Summary: The Product Management Director at Envestnet Yodlee is responsible for defining product priorities with key stakeholders and relentlessly driving the product lifecycle from concept to delivery. For this position, we are looking for candidates who understand the evolving Open Banking requirements and consumer-directed finance initiatives in Australia and APAC region, and who can work directly with our Australian team to expand our market coverage and manage our relationship with the ACCC. Job Responsibilities: Drive the ideation, planning and launch of new product features related to APAC region. Develop and communicate the overarching product strategy and vision, aligned with the company's goals, market trends, and customer needs. Define, manage, and prioritize product roadmap related to APAC region for future enhancements and coordinate end-to-end launch execution and ongoing support. Set clear goals, priorities, and expectations for completing initiatives. Liaise with offshore development teams to implement releases on time, to plan and scope. Provide strategic leadership and mentorship in a matrixed product organization. Design and document complementary business processes; communicate product functionality to key stakeholders including sales and customer facing teams. Maintain Confluence documentation and product requirements in sufficient detail to evaluate, build & launch products. Work with business analysts and partner closely with development teams (internal or external) to ensure clarity of requirements and effective delivery. Work closely with global teams, regional leadership and sales colleagues to understand customer needs. Assist with local go-to-market activities for product solutions and be a thought leader and resource on Open Banking. Evaluate market opportunities, competitive landscape, and industry trends to inform strategic decisions. Support local governance reporting and monthly reviews. Monitor product performance metrics at all stages of the product life cycle, and drive required changes in the portfolio or product strategy. Adherence to and application of Envestnet legal, compliance, risk, business continuity and administrative policy within the role and department(s) including the timely completion of training & awareness, affirmations and testing as requested, as well as compliance needs related to the ACCC requirements of Accredited Data Recipients. As part of the responsibilities for this role, you will understand and readily support Envestnet's established corporate business practices, policies, internal controls and procedures designed to create value or minimize risk. Required Qualifications: 8 years of software product management experience Deep understanding of the Australian Open Banking environment and regulatory requirements Bachelor's in Business or Computer Science or other technical field Experience working within agile software development life cycle Very strong written and verbal communication skills Excellent people and management skills to interact with clients, colleagues and cross-functional teams, and third parties, with an ability to work directly with multiple teams across function and time zone About Us: Envestnet is a leading independent provider of technology‐enabled investment and practice management solutions to financial advisors who are independent, as well as those who are associated with small or mid‐sized financial advisory firms and larger financial institutions. Envestnet's technology is focused on addressing financial advisors' front, middle, and back‐office needs while leveraging our platform to grow their businesses and expand client relationships. We offer a highly competitive compensation and benefits package as well as the excitement, challenges, and rewards of a fast-growing, entrepreneurial company. Why Choose Envestnet: Be a member of a leading financial services and products innovation company Competitive Compensation/Total Reward Packages that include: Health Benefits (Health/Dental/Vision) Paid Time Off (PTO) & Volunteer Time Off (VTO) 401K - Company Match Annual Bonus Incentives Parental Stipend Tuition Reimbursement Student Debt Program Charitable Match Wellness Program Work on global projects with diverse, energetic, team members who respect each other and celebrate differences. Envestnet is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Envestnet refers to the family of operating subsidiaries of the public holding company, Envestnet, Inc. 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