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Real Estate & Office Assistant » Notting Hill, VIC - Real Estate & Office Assistant Take your next career step at ABB with a global team that is energizing the.... Join us as a Real-estate & office assistant for the Electrification Business Area where you will be be responsible for providing... • Sat, 25 MayABB
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Project Officer / Admin Assistant » Latham, Belconnen Area - Administration Assistant - 12 fixed-term contract Our client, a well-established property maintenance company in Belconnen ACT, is seeking a reliable and trustworthy person to join their team and play a key role in their continued success. The core role is to take phone calls and to co-ordinate jobs for a variety of Trades (Carpenters / Plumbers / Tilers etc.) and ensuring that deadlines are met. Your responsibilities in this role will include, but are not limited to: Coordinating day-to-day operations and tasks, including scheduling and managing of multiple major upgrade Inspecting completed works on site. A work vehicle will be provided. Maintaining and supporting positive communications with colleages and customers, providing regular job updates on progress stages. Responding efficiently to customer’s emails and inbound enquiries and facilitating prompt resolutions. Observing the professional standards and values of the business. Other general office duties. Requirements To be successful in this role you will have the following: Previous experience working in a similar admin/customer service role\ Experience in the construction industries (preferred, but not essential) A sound understanding of what is involved when booking and scheduling jobs (preferably with trades) A friendly and supportive nature with good communication skills Good organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities effectively and meet deadlines Confident with Microsoft Office Suite Strong attention to detail Please note that Australian permanent residency or citizenship is a requirement for this role. Benefits Excellent working conditions 12-month contract with possibility of becoming permanent Hybrid working (option to work from home) Strong and established organization Full-time position Monday to Friday 8am - 4pm Holiday pay, sick pay and superannuation. Company vehicle provided Strong business culture, supportive team and personal growth opportunities If you are highly organised and have a good work ethic and a great attitude, please click apply now • Mon, 10 JunSelect People
Assistant Watchhouse Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Security Classification OO4 Workplace Location Brisbane - East Job ad reference QLD/570381/24 Closing date 21-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Watchhouse Officer Recruitment Contact details Phone: 3238 6637 Access the National Relay Service The core capability requirements for this role are: Perform Watchhouse functions relevant to the administration, supervision and monitoring of persons in custody and visitors to the Watchhouse. Prepare and maintain prisoner files and records. Operate and monitor electronic surveillance and movement control systems in accordance with established procedures. Maintain Watchhouse records in line with Queensland Police Service (QPS) policy and procedure. Assist in the processing of persons received into custody in line with QPS policy and procedures. Supervise and provide for the welfare, comfort and security of prisoners. Prepare and maintain records of prisoner's health requirements; monitor the medical needs of prisoners and arrange an appropriate level of medical assistance as required. Assist senior staff with issues impacting on the overall operational management of the Watchhouse. Role Requirements: Mandatory: Possession and maintenance of current first aid and resuscitation qualifications. Possession of an Open C Class Drivers Licence. Other: This position requires wearing an Assistant Watchhouse Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance. This position requires working a shift work rotational roster, i.e. 24-hour, 7 day roster Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/570381/24 Closing Date: Friday, 21st June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 570381-24-Role Profile (Word, 5.07MB) 570381-24-Assistant Watchouse Applicant Guide 2023 (Word, 174KB) • Mon, 10 JunQueensland Government
Hotel Service Manager - Night Manager, Assistant Manager, Front Office Manager, Operations Manager » Gold Coast, QLD - . We have a number of different manager roles available including Night Manager, Assistant Manager, Front Office Manager, Operations Manager... As our next Assistant Manager, you will: Supervision, support and training of Front Office Team Members to ensure standards and procedures... • Sat, 08 JunAccor$70696.25 per year
Office Assistant » Maddington, WA - Office Assistant - Maddington / Myaree Casual position - $40.78 per hour plus Super Maddington and Myraree office... to add to their Health Service team an experienced Office Assistant, based out of Maddington and Myaree, this role is on a casual basis. The... • Sat, 08 JunSilver Chain$40.78 per hour

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Assistant Watchhouse Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The core capability requirements for this role are: Perform Watchhouse functions relevant to the administration, supervision and monitoring of persons in custody and visitors to the Watchhouse. Prepare and maintain prisoner files and records. Operate and monitor electronic surveillance and movement control systems in accordance with established procedures. Maintain Watchhouse records in line with Queensland Police Service (QPS) policy and procedure. Assist in the processing of persons received into custody in line with QPS policy and procedures. Supervise and provide for the welfare, comfort and security of prisoners. Prepare and maintain records of prisoner's health requirements; monitor the medical needs of prisoners and arrange an appropriate level of medical assistance as required. Assist senior staff with issues impacting on the overall operational management of the Watchhouse. Role Requirements: Mandatory: Possession and maintenance of current first aid and resuscitation qualifications. Possession of an Open C Class Drivers Licence. Other: This position requires wearing an Assistant Watchhouse Officer uniform and adherence to the QPS Code of Dress and Appearance. This position requires working a shift work rotational roster, i.e. 24-hour, 7 day roster Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/570381/24 Closing Date: Friday, 21st June 2024 • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Governance Officer & Executive Assistant » Kurri Kurri, Cessnock Area - $85k-$95k (neg) super salary packaging benefits Join a highly reputable organisation $85k-$95k (neg) super salary packaging benefits Hybrid role - WFH Full-time permanent role (Monday to Friday) Our client has been a respected provider of aged care and community services across NSW. Built on an outstanding reputation of quality care and innovation, they deliver with genuine care, respect and compassion. We’re currently seeking a Governance Officer & Executive Assistant to join their team and provide direct support to the Corporate Secretary and Executive Director Quality and Risk. The role is primarily responsible for: Working with the Corporate Secretary to ensure the integrity of the governance framework Supporting the effectiveness of the Board and its committees via administrative functions including the preparation of business papers, taking of minutes, distribution of briefing material and proper record keeping. Administering the Board Management Portal Coordinate and facilitate meetings or events including venue or room bookings, attendance, catering and the distribution of meeting documents as required. Processing and administration of subpoenas and requests for information from external parties. Coordinate business-related travel and conference/seminar attendance with a focus on sourcing and organising arrangements that provide cost-effective and time efficient solutions. What we’re looking for: Certificate 4 or higher in Business Administration or equivalent (essential) Post graduate qualifications in Business or Management (desirable) Governance qualifications or equivalent experience (desirable) Demonstrated experience in corporate governance Previous holistic board administration experience Experience working with and in Governance Frameworks Proven experience being the conduit with Boards and Committees. 5 years experience as an executive assistant or a similar role Proven ability to build effective relationships with employees, volunteers and other stakeholders Advanced computer skills including keyboard speed and accuracy as well as in-depth knowledge of MS Office Suite Experience with Diligent software (favourable) Comprehensive knowledge of executive office administrative practices and procedures A high level of discretion to deal with highly confidential and sensitive information Proven strengths in high attention to detail and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment, under pressure Coordination and facilitation of meetings Expert at travel/conference bookings and management of Strong diary management for multiple stakeholders Experience with researching and supporting document collation Energy, drive and a can-do attitude Strong work ethic Current drivers licence A current Working with Children check (with clearance to work with children) A current NDIS check Experience in Aged Care, NDIS, Child Youth and Family (desirable) National Police Check You will be required to attend 2-3 board meetings per month of an evening to take minutes. Any work outside of normal hours can be taken as time off in Lieu. Benefits: $85k-$95k (neg) super salary packaging benefits Additional corporate incentives Full-time permanent role Hybrid/WFH Opportunity to join a highly reputable organisation If you’re ready to make a leap in your career with an amazing organisation, APPLY TODAY SCR-suzie-ninevski Who is A.I.R Recruitment? A.I.R Recruitment is a national award winning boutique recruitment agency based in Newcastle, driven by passion and the challenge of connecting quality candidates to careers that deliver success. The foundation of our business is built on trust, integrity and the three key fundamental people solutions to Attract, Integrate and Retain. A.I.R Recruitment specialize in permanent recruitment in white collar, blue collar, professional and executive roles. • Sat, 08 JunAIR Recruitment
Office Manager / EA » Sydney, NSW - to ongoing growth, they are now seeking an ambitious and proactive Office Manager/Executive Assistant to support the CEO and the... as an office manager, executive assistant or similar role Motivated individual who is keen to learn and grow in the business... • Fri, 07 JunSmaart Recruitment$100000 per year
Assistant Front Office Manager | The Star Brisbane » Brisbane, QLD - Are you our next rising star? Join our team as the Assistant Front Office Manager at The Star Brisbane...-art Event Centre to the river city. The Assistant Front Office Manager, reporting to the Front Office Manager, provides... • Fri, 07 JunThe Star Entertainment Group
Office Administrator » Macquarie Park, NSW - experience working in a varied fast-paced admin assistant role. Exceptional communication skills Good MS Office skills... is a multinational clinical technology company. They are looking for a dynamic and proactive administration assistant... • Fri, 07 JunFutureYou
Office Assistant - National Buying Department » Minchinbury, NSW - with a global retailer as an Office Assistant within our Buying team at ALDI Australia, based in Minchinbury. This is a 12-month... around product coordination highly desirable Proven experience liaising with stakeholders essential Intermediate Microsoft Office... • Fri, 07 JunAldi$74200 - 81400 per year
Assistant Biosecurity Officer - Animal » Mickleham, Hume Area - Who we are The Post-Entry Quarantine Group (PEQ) is responsible for the post arrival quarantine of plants and animals at the Mickleham Post-entry Quarantine Facility located on the outskirts of Melbourne. The Mickleham PEQ Facility is purpose built for accommodating high risk plants, horses, cats, dogs, ruminants, birds and bees while undergoing post-entry quarantine. Working in partnership with plant scientists and veterinarians, we ensure that all plants and animals passing through the facility meet all necessary requirements to demonstrate compliance with the regulatory requirements for their safe import and that the health and welfare of the plants and animals is maintained throughout the period of their stay in PEQ. The Animal Team facilitates the import of cats, dogs and horses for industry stakeholders and clients. The management of cats, dogs and horses within quarantine is undertaken in low to medium biosecurity containment facilities with all activities being performed to manage risk associated with biosecurity and animal welfare. This is a seven day a week, 24 hours a day operation. The key duties of the position include The Jobs The role of an Assistant Biosecurity Officer - Animal at the PEQ consists of working across commodities such as dogs, cats and horses as well as specialised roles in our enabling services. These roles play an important part in managing biosecurity risk associated with imported animals. These roles can be physically demanding and involve working with animals and lifting, pushing, carrying and cleaning animal crates and pens. The duties of these roles will include some or all of the following: • Cleaning and disinfection of kennels, crates and work areas. • Cleaning dishes and laundering bedding. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers to clean cat and dog pens and change the animals water. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers to unload crates and release animals to the assigned pen. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers in crating and transferring animals to the release area. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers with veterinary checks and other animal husbandry tasks. • Contributing to the management of biosecurity risks of imported animals. Please note that this recruitment process will initially be used to fill six non-ongoing vacancies for an initial period of twelve months with the possibility of extension up to a maximum period of two years in total. These non-ongoing positions may become ongoing in the next eighteen months . Should a position become ongoing then the merit pool established through this selection process, which is valid for a period of eighteen months from the date the vacancy was advertised in the Public Service Gazette, may be used to fill the vacancy on an ongoing basis. • Fri, 07 JunAPS
Assistant Biosecurity Officer - Plant » Mickleham, Hume Area - Who we are The Post-Entry Quarantine Group (PEQ) is responsible for the post arrival quarantine of plants and animals at the Mickleham Post-entry Quarantine Facility located on the outskirts of Melbourne. The Mickleham PEQ Facility is purpose built for accommodating high risk plants, horses, cats, dogs, ruminants, birds and bees while undergoing post-entry quarantine. Working in partnership with plant scientists and veterinarians, we ensure that all plants and animals passing through the facility meet all necessary requirements to demonstrate compliance with the regulatory requirements for their safe import and that the health and welfare of the plants and animals is maintained throughout the period of their stay in PEQ. The Plant Team are responsible for the management of high risk imported plants. The team provide high level plant husbandry whilst monitoring for biosecurity pests and diseases. The team work closely with our operational scientists in providing diagnostic services. The key duties of the position include The Jobs The role of an Assistant Biosecurity Officer - Plant at the PEQ consists of working across our plant compound and assisting in the management of the biosecurity risk associated with imported plants. These roles can be physically demanding and involve working with plants and lifting, pushing, carrying and cleaning equipment. The duties of these roles will include some or all of the following: • Undertaking plant husbandry duties, including the watering of plants. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers to maintain work areas to effectively manage biosecurity risks and plant health. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers to move plants and equipment in glasshouses. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers in the preparation of plants for release. • Assisting Biosecurity Officers in obtaining information to assist in client communications. • Contributing to the management of biosecurity risks associated with imported plants. • Preparation of the work areas including those in the glasshouse, laboratories and broader plant compound. • Assisting in managing biosecurity waste. Please note that this recruitment process will initially be used to fill two non-ongoing vacancies for an initial period of twelve months with the possibility of extension up to a maximum period of two years in total. These non-ongoing positions may become ongoing in the next eighteen months . Should a position become ongoing then the merit pool established through this selection process, which is valid for a period of eighteen months from the date the vacancy was advertised in the Public Service Gazette, may be used to fill the vacancy on an ongoing basis. • Fri, 07 JunAPS
Executive Assistant/Office Manager (Temp-to-Perm) » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Company Our client is passionately committed to securing optimal retirement outcomes for its members and serving as a reliable super partner within the communities they operate. If you're ready to make a real impact and contribute to a company deeply invested to their stakeholders, then this opportunity is tailor-made for you Through a boots-on-the-ground approach, our client's regional offices actively engage with the communities and workplaces of our members, nurturing robust connections and support networks. The Role Your eligibility for this position will depend on your demonstrated experience as an EA/Office Manager, encompassing the following key responsibilities: EA Duties: · Diary management · Telephone attendance and call screening · Preparation and distribution of correspondence · Provide professional secretarial support as required · Assist with preparation of board reports and other reports as required · Complete all word processing, spreadsheet, desk top publishing, data base management, and any associated tasks in a professional manner · Organise and book all approved travel and accommodation for Deputy CEO, CIO and staff · Register CIO and staff for attendance at seminars, workshops and training courses · Assist with set up of seminars - book venues, flights & accommodation · Coordinate and maintain filing systems · Liaise with Executives and Managers as required · Organise and book venues for internal and external meetings · Attend meetings, record minutes and prepare matters arising documents as required · Draft correspondence as required · Maintain training and development and other registers as required Co-ordination of meetings including catering, room set up and general requests as required; Organisation and booking of all travel and accommodation for management and staff as directed and approved; Reconciliations of credit cards, processing of accounts/invoices and reimbursement processing; Event and function management including support organizing Mine staff events and seminars; Undertake, document WHS reporting requirements and coordinate remedial repairs and escalate matters to management for review or action; Undertake a cost conscious approach to expense management, external utilization of venues and service providers to achieve departmental budgets and optimize value for money where appropriate; Office Manager Duties: · Meeting and Greeting Guests · Handing out the mail · Putting on the dishwasher · General office ad-hoc About you To thrive in this position, you should have over two years of office administration experience/coordination or PA experience, preferably in larger, fast-moving organisations. With strong communication, decision-making, and problem-solving abilities, you excel at prioritizing tasks in fast-paced settings, managing diaries, and travel efficiently. Known for your attention to detail and adaptability, you consistently deliver high-quality work while adhering to the firm's values. Your exceptional interpersonal skills, meeting deadlines promptly, and proficiency in MS Office and other computer programs are also notable attributes. What's on offer? - Personal and professional development opportunities - Benefit from the collaboration of a skilled, motivated team of professionals. - Flexible work arrangements - Make a meaningful impact and help members achieve exceptional retirement outcomes. - Enjoy a fantastic workplace atmosphere characterized by a vibrant and inclusive culture. To Apply Interested in applying? We'd like to hear from you Simply, send us your resume by clicking on the apply button below. Please note your application will be assessed within 3 working days and we will only get in touch with shortlisted applicants. Robert Half Ltd is committed to equal opportunity and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of categories protected under local law. By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Thu, 06 JunRobert Half
Executive Assistant/Office Manager (Temp-to-Perm) » Sydney, NSW - and support networks.The RoleYour eligibility for this position will depend on your demonstrated experience as an EA/Office... providers to achieve departmental budgets and optimize value for money where appropriate;Office Manager Duties:· Meeting... • Thu, 06 JunRobert Half$45 - 50 per hour
Executive Assistant/Advisor - Victorian Government Solicitors Office » Melbourne, VIC - Support and Administration. About the role The Executive Assistant is a newly created role within the Office of the Chief... and professional culture Hybrid working from home/office environment Ongoing | Full-time VPS 4... • Thu, 06 JunCorrections Victoria$92332 - 104762 per year
Executive Assistant/Advisor - Victorian Government Solicitors Office » Melbourne, VIC - . About the role The Executive Assistant is a newly created role within the Office of the Chief Operating Officer (COO... working from home/office environment Ongoing | Full-time VPS 4 $92,332 - $104,762 plus superannuation About the VGSO... • Thu, 06 JunState Government of Victoria$92332 - 104762 per year
HR/Office Assistant » Eastern Suburbs, Sydney Region - An excellent opportunity for a recent graduate with a passion for people and culture to start working in a corporate environment on a full time basis. Permanent opportunity with an immediate start. $60k - $70k superannuation company perks. Demonstrate and accumulate experience in supporting the HR department. The Company We have partnered with an innovative client of ours who is a leader in developing new technology and conducting scientific research in the medical and health space. They are looking for a vibrant HR/Office Assistant to join the workforce and support the team on a full time basis. The Role As a successful HR/Office Assistant, your responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Being the first point of contact, supporting with ad hoc enquiries Maintaining the office space in a neat and tidy manner Support the HR Manager with recruitment and onboarding processes Completing data entry, paperwork, filing and scanning etc. Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm Location: Mascot Salary: $60,000 - $70,000 superannuation You As a successful HR/Office Assistant, you will offer: Previous experience working in a reception/office assistant role Understand of HR processes Excellent interpersonal and communication skills How to Apply We are actively recruiting for this role and if you are interested, please click "Apply Now" for immediate consideration. For a confidential chat, please contact Gayara at 0401 567 751. • Thu, 06 JunTalent Web
Office Assistant » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - What you'll be doing: A law firm based in Melbournes CBD is seeking an experienced Office Assistant to join their team. This is a varied role, where you will provide support the Admin team in the Melbourne office. Candidates will need to meet the following criteria: Experience providing admin support and office services, particularly in a mail room setting. Experience stocking and maintaining office supplies Exposure to Reception/setting up meeting rooms An ability to lift and move items such as boxes and office furniture. Experience working within a law firm/financial services/banking/professional services is advantageous. Benefits to you: Be part of a firm renowned for its friendly and down-to-earth culture Permanent opportunity CBD location At Mars, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. To apply: If you are interested in this opportunity please apply via the link, or alternatively contact Sophie Roper on 0431 437 307 or sophie.ropermarsrecruitment.com.au Please note that due to the number of applications only successful applicants will be contacted. • Wed, 05 JunMARS PARTNERSHIP PTY. LTD.
Office Administrator, Western Australia » Perth, WA - #LI-JC1 At AIG, we are reimagining the way we help customers to manage risk. Join us as a Office Administrator... requires office administration assistance for the wider Perth team, there is also opportunity to support the State Manager... • Wed, 05 JunAIG
Research Assistant/ Research Officer » Notting Hill, Monash Area - cs1069669 Research Assistant/ Research Officer http://www.healthcareer.net.au/jobs/8901-cartherics-pty-ltd/69669 Research Assistant/ Research Officer Team: Research & DevelopmentReports to: Team LeaderSalary Range: $72,888 - $96,888Employment type: 12 month contract, full time, onsite Opportunity Join a vibrant biotech company developing life-changing cancer therapies Work in a brand-new R&D facility with an onsite gym and free parking Full-time position – 1-year contract with a high possibility of extension Imagine joining an organization where you can make a real difference Our team is committed, talented, and excited about the future of cancer treatment. While working together toward our mission of developing more precise and accessible cellular immunotherapy treatments for patients with solid cancers, we take the time to celebrate our achievements and support our team and culture. You'll find us team-building at company offsites, sharing birthdays, and celebrating important business milestones along our journey. We work to the Values of Accountability: In a rapidly evolving field, our employees must be self-motivated and proactive. We expect informed, calculated risks in supporting the company’s strategic priorities and accountability for decisions and actions. Successes are celebrated, and failures are viewed as learning opportunities. Respect: Our employees bring diverse skills, experience, and knowledge to the company. Everyone has a role to play in our success and should be recognized and respected for their contributions. We require that all employees treat colleagues equally, irrespective of gender, religion, age, political affiliation, or organizational status. Integrity: Developing new treatments requires the highest levels of honesty and adherence to strong moral principles. Any lack of integrity would undermine our position as an ethical medical product development company. Teamwork: Medical product development is a team activity, requiring input from dedicated people with varied backgrounds and expertise. Actions that enhance teamwork increase our chances of success, while actions that undermine teamwork reduce it. Therefore, teamwork is an essential company core value. About the Position We are seeking a Research Assistant/Research Officer to join the R&D team at Cartherics. Reporting to the Senior Research Fellow, this role will assist with hands-on in vitro and in vivo experimental work to support various projects in the R&D pipeline. Key Duties The successful applicant will work closely with all members of the R&D team and will be expected to: Perform molecular biology and in vitro functional bioassays relevant to R&D projects, including mammalian tissue culture Perform animal (mouse) cancer xenograft studies Review test data/results for reporting by required deadlines Maintain accurate, complete, legible, and concurrent records of work performed in electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN) and relevant databases Communicate and present work regularly in team meetings and to the wider company Assist in housekeeping activities within the R&D for continued smooth operation Other duties as assigned by the Group Lead and/or other senior scientists within the R&D team Key Skills The successful applicant will have the appropriate knowledge base and hands-on experience in the following techniques: Detailed knowledge of the maintenance and sterility requirements of tissue culture laboratories In vitro culture of human-induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and experience in their directed differentiation In vitro culture of human immune cells (e.g., NK, macrophages, T cells), ideally with an understanding of their biology and function, including handling primary blood/tissue samples Experience in the use of multi-parameter flow cytometry Experience in animal handling (mice), including techniques such as i.v., i.p., s.c. injections, and dissection Organizational skills required for data management and documentation, protocols, and standard operating procedures Enjoy working in a challenging, dynamic, and interactive environment The initial specialized techniques to be upskilled by the successful applicant, under guidance, will include: Culture of immune cell (e.g., NK cell, macrophage) differentiation of gene-edited iPSCs Techniques relevant to performing animal cancer xenograft models In vitro and in vivo cytotoxicity assays Education The successful applicant will have completed a B.Sc / BBiomed.Sc with Honours or PhD. It is highly desirable if the applicant has also majored in immunology, molecular biology, and/or cell biology. Applications close COB 5 July 2024. NOTTING HILL VIC Cartherics Pty Ltd $72,888 - $96,888 Healthcare & Nursing Jobs 04/06/2024 05/07/2024 • Wed, 05 JunCartherics Pty Ltd
Executive Assistant / Administration Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Contract until 06/09/2024 month contract | Strawberry Hill, NSW Location | State Government Agency | Full time position Contract until 06/09/2024 State Government Agency Strawberry Hill, NSW Location About the company Karlka Recruiting Group has partnered with a State Government Agency to engage an Executive Assistant / Administration Officer . This position is located in their busy Strawberry Hill office for an initial contract until September 2024. About the Position We are seeking an energetic, motivated Executive Assistant / Administration Officer with a collaborative approach, excellent attention to detail, and with the ability to work independently. You will have excellent IT skills, including the MS Office suite, TRIM and MiniApp. This is an awesome three-month opportunity to relieve in the role as Executive Assistant to the Director, providing executive and administrative assistance. Duties Provide a range of administrative and support services Collect and compile information for and prepare documentation and correspondence. Complete routine financial transactions and purchasing services. Respond to enquiries and escalate and redirect issues as required. Update and maintain records and databases, complying with administrative systems and processes. Requirements/Skills IT skills including Microsoft Office Suite, TRIM and MiniApp Valid Working with Children Check Valid Cleared Police Check Benefits working with this Client WFH Flexibility Opportunity for extensions and growth within state government 3-month contract Benefits working with Karlka Recruiting Group Weekly pay Ongoing support: Pre, during and post placement Dedicated consultant per contract Employee Assistance Program available Our agency supports Indigenous communities How to Apply Apply now to be considered for submission to our client by 06/06/2024 Consultant: Jeanine Email for questions only: recruitmentkarlkarecruiting.com.au Please apply through this portal. Any applications through email may be missed. Nyiyaparli and other Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further discussion. Applications received after the due date may be considered for similar roles. • Wed, 05 JunKarlka Recruiting Group
Finance Officer / Assistant Accountant » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company Our client is an Australian success story that has grown significantly over the last 2 decades. The business is well respected within the Financial Services world & has cemented themselves as a leader within their Niche. The business has won numerous awards & prides itself on its inclusive culture. They make it a point to promote from within and offer a variety of future pathways for top performers. The boast an impressive leadership team & the line manager for this role is no exception. She comes from a blue-chip background & excels at mentoring / developing her junior staff. The Role Reporting to the Finance Manager you will be responsible for assisting the finance team with day-to-day accounting support duties, which will drive the performance of the team. The organisation is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne CBD with some of the most impressive offices the city has to offer. While predominantly office based, the business does offer some WFH with most of the team opting to work 1 day at home per week. Some typical duties will involve: Accounts Payable Journal entries Bank reconciliation BAS preparation Cash receipting Payroll Support Your Profile The client is open to a wide variety of profiles for this role, with the most important characteristics around communication & work ethic. Ideally you will have 2-3 years experience within the accounting field & feel comfortable with the majority of the tasks above. The following attributes will also be highly advantageous: Excellent oral and written communication skills Excellent working knowledge in Microsoft Excel Excellent numeracy skills High attention to detail and consistent in your quality of work Apply Today Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button. Learn more about our Melbourne recruitment services: http://www.roberthalf.com.au/recruitment-agency-melbourne Job Reference No: 06810-0012993172 By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Tue, 04 JunRobert Half
Assistant Office Manager » Melbourne, VIC - and Opportunity Our stunning CBD Melbourne office is looking for an Assistant Office Manager. We are seeking an energetic, hands...Overview Salary: 55,000 - 60,000 + Super Full time Office Based Melbourne, Southbank, CBD Area Culture... • Tue, 04 JunFreedom Careers$55000 - 60000 per year
Assistant Office Manager » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Overview Salary: 55,000 - 60,000 Super Full time Office Based Career Growth Culture and Opportunity: Our stunning CBD Melbourne office is looking for an Assistant Office Manager. We are seeking an energetic, hands-on attitude person with a passion for helping people and the skill to multitask. High attention to detail and customer service is a must. Our Office Manager is based in Sydney, so you will be the main person responsible for looking after our Melbourne office. Freedom Property Investors' mission is to help everyday Australians reach Financial Freedom and Happiness. This belief extends to our employees and we offer: Opportunity to join Australia’s number-one property company. First-hand property investment education Ability to learn from, and work with the best Opportunity to access leadership training and internal upskilling support courses Pathway to career progression Opportunity for leadership and management progression Tasks & responsibilities: -Be the first impression, welcome, and greet all members and visitors to the Melbourne office. -Help arrange meetings for specialists and strategists: Directions & parking Booking meeting rooms -Answer all phone calls to the company number: Log call details and forward issues to the correct department or coworkers. Record notes in HS and tag the correct team members. Follow-up phone call matters when necessary and escalate to the appropriate parties. -Monitor and action all emails sent to the general company email: Log email details and forward issues to the correct department or coworkers. Record notes in HS and tag the correct team members. Follow-up email inquiries when necessary and escalate to the appropriate parties. -Liaise with building management: Coordinate office-related projects and installation. Receive packages and orders for the office. Record and relay office data at the request of the Office manager. Support the executive team when appropriate. -Assist with bookings for Melbourne office staff when requested: Travel Accommodation Catering -Order and take inventory so necessary office equipment and stationery are always stocked. -Keep the office and kitchen clean and presentable by liaising with the office cleaners. -Maintain the OHS & Safety of the office. -Make sure assets are accounted for, dispersed, and collected from employees according to use. Requirements: Passionate about Customer Service Personable & well presented Organizational skills come naturally to you Property knowledge is preferred but not required First aid certificate or willingness to obtain Detail orientated Responsible, we admire people who grow from their mistakes Able to adapt on short-notice requests and new tasks Multi-tasker Superb written and verbal communication skills ​​​​​​ Note: Applications of candidates who are: located outside of Melbourne, Australia with a Visa, work limitations will be immediately declined About The Company Freedom Property Investors is the largest and fastest-growing Property Investment Company in Australia, with main offices in Sydney and Melbourne CBD’s. We are currently the 3rd fastest-growing business in Australia across all industries according to the Australian Financial Review. We are privileged to have 25 years of combined experience between our two Founders, served over 10,000 valued members and over 300 full-time staff spread across Australia and growing. We pride ourselves on being the industry leaders. It is our mission to serve our valued members, earning over 1,600 positive Google reviews and a 4.8 Star rating, this is unheard of in our industry. We are in need of people who share the same values as we do. This opportunity is open to all driven individuals who are committed to helping people and earning life-changing income. Join Australia’s largest and number 1 Property investment team and contribute to our mission to help everyday Australians achieve their goals of Financial Freedom. Apply now LI-DNI Forge Your Empire: Unleash Your Inner Warrior with Freedom Careers Forget stale routines and soulless cubicles. At Freedom Careers, we're not just recruiters, we're architects of destinies. We ignite your inner warrior, guiding you towards groundbreaking roles that fuel your career, personal, and financial growth. Imagine: Freedom Property Investors : Build an empire of brick and mortar with, crafting your financial freedom one property at a time. Freedom Investment Lending : Becoming the architect of financial dreams, securing funding for ambitious plans and propelling growth. Australian Property Updates : Shaping the narrative of the property market and, wielding the power of information to empower savvy investors. My SMSF : Securing your future, brick by brick and super strong and taking control of your retirement with expert guidance. These are just a few of the empires you can forge with Freedom Careers. We offer a diverse landscape of opportunities across dynamic, purpose-driven companies. But we're not just about finding you a job. We're about igniting your potential. We believe in: The Warrior Focus: We don't just place you, we equip you with the skills and resources to conquer every challenge. Holistic Evolution: Career success is just the beginning. We nurture your personal and financial wellbeing, crafting a fulfilling life beyond the office. Sisterhood of Success: We're a supportive community of like-minded individuals, pushing each other to climb new heights and build lasting legacies. Ready to unleash your inner warrior and forge your own empire? Powered by JazzHR • Mon, 03 JunFreedom Careers
Software Engineer / Developer » Ringwood, Maroondah Area - About the Role The original PC Doctor is looking for Software Engineers to join our Asset Management software development team. The positions are permanent full-time roles based in our Ringwood, VIC Head office. Our team members all adhere to our core values of Courage, Excellence, Shared Learnings, Teamwork and Respect. We value our collaborative and team-orientated environment and seek candidates who can contribute to this culture. The Original PC Doctor’s Inhouse CRM Software is used to manage or track all Australia wide hardware and data recovery jobs, and web portal for technicians to complete their jobs successfully. The development environment is based in Microsoft Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, and Git, supplemented with components and productivity tools. Professional Requirements Degree in software engineering, computer science or programming. Proven experience in VB. Good communication and engagement skills. Documentation, excellent spoken and written English is essential. Self motivated, able to work to deadlines and schedules. You will have a demonstrated approach to documentation, clear thinking and problem solving. Key Responsibilities Design and produce high quality software code. Undertake analysis, testing and troubleshooting. Document and support software solutions. Meet software quality standards and corporate objectives. Building code to support leading edge domain knowledge and analytical instrument performance based on strong software architecture and implementation. Capability to provide leadership, code reviews and mentoring within a team of developers. Become a part of a key development group and participate in company and product strategy and planning. Use existing development and design tools and management systems to ensure consistent code development, release and configuration management for manufacture, upgrades and ongoing support. Investigate new technologies, methods and toolsets to ensure the companies' products achieve high levels of innovation and performance. About You Strong professional development experience with VB / .Net, WCF, and WinForms, web application development. Payment gateways and other third-party tools integration. At least 7 years of experience developing in a Microsoft stack, e.g.: C#, VB .NET, MVC, Web API, EF, MS SQL Experience across WCF and WPF Strong T-SQL experience using Microsoft SQL Server. Previously worked in an agile development environment. Experience contributing to large-scale software projects. In-depth understanding of Javascript/Typescript, the DOM, and relevant concepts. A keen eye for UI details for both mobile and web applications. Interest and ability to learn other coding languages as needed. Relevant tertiary qualifications in Software Engineering or equivalent work experience. Strong command of the English language in both verbal and written form. Selection Process Please include a current resume and supporting documents to your application. Three current referees would be required. Email your CV to careers.thepcdoctorgmail.co m . It is anticipated that shortlisted candidates will be interviewed twice in completing selection for this position. Please forward resumes in a WORD or PDF format only. Please, no agencies or recruiters. About The Original PC Doctors The Original PC Doctor specializes in offering computer repair and support services on the very same day you reach out to us. Our team is made up of expert computer support professionals who are passionate about ensuring the health and performance of your computer and related hardware. We’re dedicated to a tailored, hands-on method to guarantee that your technology stays in prime condition. Whether you’re at home or in the office, require assistance over the phone through Remote Desktop Support, or prefer to visit our premises, Original PC Doctor is your reliable partner ready to assist you in getting back online, no matter when or where you need it. Consider us the “family doctor” for your computer, always here to ensure your digital life remains uninterrupted. • Mon, 03 JunThe Original PC Doctor
Office Assistant » Launceston Region, Tasmania - About Us Findstaff provides comprehensive employment solutions across both blue- and white-collar industries. Findstaff have over 30 years' involvement in sourcing professional, experienced and astute candidates for businesses of all sizes & requirements. The Company Our client is a small domestic house builder specialising in residential projects throughout Launceston and surrounding areas. They seek an office administrator to handle a variety of duties. Office is based in Invermay Launceston. The Role Reporting to the Company Director, office administrator you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of administrative, reception work, interaction with clients across the business. This role requires you to provide a high level of support to internal and external stakeholders, assist with contract administration. This is a casual position offering flexibility in working days and times Monday to Friday. Possibility of increasing hours and grow with the business This could suit single parent, school hours or someone just looking for part time. Skills & Experience The right person for this role will be: Proficient with using Microsoft Office Experience within a similar administrative role Knowledge of the building industry Able to interpret building plans Follow up interaction with clients Colour selection coordination with clients Outstanding communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritise workload Offering: $28.00-$32.00 per hour - casual rate Casual position which could lead to permanent position under client Flexible working hours (may suit someone available during school hours) Office/show room in Invermay Launceston What you need to do now: If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. If you have any question, please contact Gary on 0459 877 158 or Email - gary.haydenfindstaff.com.au Please note only successful applicants will be contacted. • Sat, 01 JunIntoWork Australia
Office Manager/ Senior Corporate Receptionist » Australia - Executive Assistant team About You: Previous office management experience would be preferred. Immaculate and professional...Our client, a long-term government contractor is seeking a permanent Office Manager/ Corporate Receptionist to be based... • Sat, 01 JunHudson$85000 - 95000 per year
Senior Office Manager » Sydney, NSW - administrator with a desire and keenness to support a wider team. Proven experience working as a Personal Assistant, Office... • Sat, 01 JunBeaumont People$85000 - 90000 per year
Office Assistant - CBD Law Firm » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - An exciting opportunity is now available for a highly organised and professional individual to join our dynamic team at Sutton Laurence King Lawyers. Located in the bustling CBD, our law firm boasts a vibrant and social culture. As a key member of our team, you will be responsible for a range of duties including: • Managing physical and electronic files • Handling mail and correspondence • Scheduling appointments, diary management and managing meeting rooms • Assisting with accounts payable/receivable • Providing general administrative support, including scanning, photocopying, and filing • Answering calls and assisting the Practice Manager and office generally. While previous experience is preferred, we are willing to train the right candidate who has strong data entry skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency in Word and Excel is a must. If you are a team player with a strong work ethic and a desire to grow with the firm, please submit your resume and cover letter through Seek. We offer a supportive and rewarding work environment for those who are looking to make a positive impact. • Sat, 01 JunSLK Lawyers Pty Ltd
Executive Assistant/Office Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Office Manager/Executive Assistant | Permanent | Brisbane CBD | $80,000 - $100,000 The organisation A long established Queensland success story with the business owners playing an active role in the day to day operations of the organisation. The opportunity We are looking for a professional, and mature minded executive assistant/office manager to support the CEO and leadership team to drive the business's strategic growth. Leading by example, you will professionally execute your responsibilities and will be tasked with: Day to day office management, ensuring office supplies are maintained and the office environment remains well presented Meeting and greeting visitors to the office, and handling inbound calls professionally Managing emails and following up to ensure actions are met on time Preparing documentation using the MS Office suite, including formatting and presenting in line with company requirements Following up on meeting action points ensuring all deliverables are achieved on time Coordinating travel and events The individual You will be a consummate professional with a proven track record of operating at office manager/PA level. You will pride yourself on delivering first class customer service to internal and external stakeholders. You will need to have exceptional administrative skills, across the full MS office suite, and should have excellent organisational and time management skills. This is a full site based role, but the business finish at 1pm on every second Friday to ensure work/life balance is achieved. The culture at this business is first-class with warm, amenable leaders and a family-first culture, to ensure your personal life never suffers from working over and above your working hours. You'll be joining a great, stable business, who have ambitious growth plans and want the very best team to help them achieve their goals This role is to commence ASAP. If this sounds like a role you would excel in please apply ASAP. • Sat, 01 JunCore Talent Pty Ltd
Senior Executive Office Assistant » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/RBH567833 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent Full Time Contact person Sarah Black Contact details (07) 3646 1585 Access the National Relay Service About the role Permanent flexible full time opportunity. Provide high quality executive administrative support within the Senior Executive Office, including primary administrative support to the Deputy Executive Director RBWH, as well as other administrative roles essential to effective strategic and operational leadership in a complex environment. Operating within a high performance executive support team with a high degree of independence, confidentiality and efficiency, this position is required to prioritise, organise and monitor administrative operations to assist with organisational goals and objectives being achieved. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Support the Deputy Executive Director RBWH by providing high level efficient, professional and confidential executive administrative support services, including diary and email management. Provide secretariat support to a number of high level/sensitive meetings by preparing and coordinating agendas and circulating meeting minutes and follow up of action items. Assist the Senior Executive Support Officer with monitoring and distribution of correspondence, briefing notes and other documentation as required to ensure deadlines are met. Demonstrate high level of data accuracy and attention to detail and the ability to prepare and present quality written material. Support the Performance and Implementation Office with ad-hoc duties as delegated by or agreed with the Senior Executive Support Manager as required. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number:RBH567833 Close date: Monday 10th June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Application Support (PDF, 860KB) Application Kit Benefits for working with MN (PDF, 1.00MB) Application Kit RBH567833 Role Description (PDF, 347KB) Role Description • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Assistant Regulatory Officer » Australia - Position No: ERA22409 Work Type: Permanent - Full Time Location: Perth, Metropolitan Salary: Level 4 , $87,712 to $92,057 pa, PSGOGA 2022 Closing Date: 2024-06-12 4:00 PM Assistant Regulatory Officer Alternative Electricity Services Do you want to work in a genuinely flexible and friendly CBD environment? Here at the ERA we have healthy debates, we want our employees to voice their opinion, we value each other's perspectives and we provide an inclusive environment. We empower our people to drive innovation. We actively listen and start with yes when approached with good ideas. The ERA provides a fully flexible working arrangement including work from home and flexible start times. We're open to discussing part-time and other flexible arrangements that will help you succeed in this role. You will join a supportive team that is trusted for its integrity, professionalism, and expertise. About the role The ERA is seeking a passionate professional to join us on a permanent basis as Assistant Regulatory Officer in the Alternative Electricity Services (AES) team in the Regulation division. Further appointments for similar roles may be made from this recruitment process as and when opportunities arise in the next 12 months. This is a new position in the recently established AES team, which is responsible for managing the ERA's role in administering the AES framework. It is an exciting time to join the team and contribute to shaping regulation in this emerging sector. The Assistant Regulatory Officer provides support for the ERA's administration and enforcement activities for the AES regulatory framework, including developing and maintaining guidelines and other documentation to help inform AES providers on how the AES scheme operates. You will assist to prepare briefing and discussion papers, and annual reports for senior staff and members of the ERA's Governing Body, and liaise with internal and external stakeholders to support the delivery and implementation of the AES registration framework. You will respond to stakeholder queries and maintain up to date knowledge of issues affecting providers and customers in the AES sector. You will investigate possible non-compliances of a less complex nature, and assist with developing, reviewing, and updating compliance guidelines and manuals and preparing recommendations, determinations, and decisions on compliance matters. Applicants need to be collaborative and detail-focussed, able to think analytically and have good verbal and written communication skills. Suitable applicants will be able to prioritise workloads to meet deadlines, have a proactive attitude and have experience working collaboratively as part of a small team. A full description of the role and organisational context is included in the attached Form. About the ERA The ERA is the independent economic regulator of electricity, gas, water and rail in Western Australia. Our purpose is to benefit all Western Australians by promoting strong economic outcomes through effective regulation and decision making. We strive to make sure current and future consumers pay no more than necessary for safe and reliable utilities. The Regulation division administers licensing schemes for the electricity, gas and water industries, and the registration scheme for AES providers. This includes monitoring and enforcing compliance with licenses and registrations, and reviewing and approving licensing customer protection instruments. The division also reviews and makes decisions on access to regulated monopoly infrastructure in the electricity, gas and rail industries. To find out more about the Economic Regulation Authority please visit our website www.erawa.com.au Find out more If you are interested in the position and want further information on the role please contact Ms Chloe Upton, Assistant Director Alternative Electricity Services on (08) 6557 7938 (direct line). Please do not call for any general enquiries related to the application process. For assistance with your application or for general queries please contact Ms Paula Skittlethorpe on (08) 6557 7986 (direct line) or email human.resourceserawa.com.au. Submitting your application Applicants are requested to submit a comprehensive CV and provide a covering letter of no more than two pages demonstrating your knowledge, skills and ability to effectively undertake this role in accordance with the position competencies. All position competencies listed in the Job Description Form will be assessed during the selection process. To submit your application, click on the " • Sat, 01 JunWestern Australia Government
Office and Vibe Specialist » Sydney, NSW - culture to life in a nascent industry offering the opportunity to innovate experiences and events and an in-office and remote... that holds Immutable Sydney HQ together, the trusted supporter and problem solver Manage all office management, including... • Fri, 31 MayImmutable
Executive Assistant - Office of the Provost » Bond University, QLD - wrong. Load search widget Breadcrumb Executive Assistant - Office of the Provost Executive Assistant - Office of the... part time Executive Assistant to join the Office of the Provost. This fast-paced, multifaceted role will be tasked... • Fri, 31 MayBond University$38470.07 per year
Executive Assistant / Governance Officer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Support the Company Secretary of a not for profit that is working towards a better future for the community | Flexible working & salary packaging The Position An exceptional opportunity has become available for an Executive Assistant / Governance Officer to join a high performing not for profit. In addition to high level executive support, you will also contribute to the success of the Board and leadership team through high level board secretariat support. This organisation is located in the inner suburbs (East) of Melbourne with close access to public transport and free parking. This role allows you the opportunity to work in a values-driven organisation who hold a highly respected reputation in their field. You will provide strategic support and operational assistance across a range of sensitive and confidential issues, and be a true partner to the Board. Your ability to coordinate and manage varying expectations and daily workflows will be highly attractive for this position. Key Responsibilities Reporting to and supporting the Company Secetary, this position is an integral role in the organisation and requires a highly organised and skilled professional who can provide an exceptional level of coordination and management. Your key responsibilities will include, however are not limited to: Preparation of Board and Committee packs, agendas, action sheets, minutes, circulating resolutions and other materials as required, including distribution. Organisation and coordination of Board and Committee meetings and events logistics, including attendance, travel, reservation of meeting rooms, catering, and technology. Maintenance of content on Board Management Software platform. Management of Board and Committee technology and systems (Monday.com, shared drives, MS Teams, shared Outlook inbox), including corporate governance key dates and Annual Reporting Calendar. Administration of company registers including Director Register, Register of Interests, Attendance and Member Register. Support Board and Committee member activities, including arranging professional development, course attendance and other miscellaneous activities. Support induction of new Board and Board Committee Members, including preparation of appointment materials, meetings and technology. Support Group statutory and regulatory compliance and reporting as required. Support general meetings of the members, including the Annual General Meeting and membership activities and communications as required. Administrative and operational support for the Group Company Secretary and Assistant Company Secretary as required. Skills & Experience As the suitable candidate for this position, you will hold prior relevant and recent experience as an Executive Assistant or Board Secretariat within a corporate business environment. In addition, you will also: Extensive experience in interacting with multiple stakeholders; Adaptive communication style to ensure an open, professional and friendly manner to all levels within the organisation; Flexible work approach to meet the varying demands of an ever-changing and fast-moving environment; Ability to professionally manage scheduling conflicts and recommend appropriate solutions; High computer literacy in all Microsoft office applications (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint). The Client Sharp & Carter are proud to partner with a growing and reputable organisation to appoint an Executive Assistant/Governance Officer on a permanent basis based in the inner East of Melbourne. The opportunity to commence with a highly reputable business with strong employee tenure, attractive company values and a welcoming environment ensures you will advance your career throughout the assignment. How to Apply Sharp & Carter often have a range of positions available that may not yet be advertised. If you feel this opportunity is interesting yet not quite right, then we recommend still putting in an application or sending your CV directly to the email address below. That way we can contact you to find out more about your career goals and aspirations, and we will ensure you stay updated and aware of exciting new vacancies in the market. For more information about this opportunity, please call Bridgette Meaden for a confidential discussion on the details below. Bridgette Meaden bmeadensharpandcarter.com.au 0484 381 458 • Fri, 31 MaySharp & Carter
Office Administrator » Macquarie Park, NSW - for a sustainable future. Due to recent company changes, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a new Office Administrator to join the... team. Your New Role Reporting to the Executive Assistant, you will be responsible for: Ensuring smooth daily... • Thu, 30 MayRandstad
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Senior Executive Office Assistant » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the role Permanent flexible full time opportunity. Provide high quality executive administrative support within the Senior Executive Office, including primary administrative support to the Deputy Executive Director RBWH, as well as other administrative roles essential to effective strategic and operational leadership in a complex environment. Operating within a high performance executive support team with a high degree of independence, confidentiality and efficiency, this position is required to prioritise, organise and monitor administrative operations to assist with organisational goals and objectives being achieved. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Support the Deputy Executive Director RBWH by providing high level efficient, professional and confidential executive administrative support services, including diary and email management. Provide secretariat support to a number of high level/sensitive meetings by preparing and coordinating agendas and circulating meeting minutes and follow up of action items. Assist the Senior Executive Support Officer with monitoring and distribution of correspondence, briefing notes and other documentation as required to ensure deadlines are met. Demonstrate high level of data accuracy and attention to detail and the ability to prepare and present quality written material. Support the Performance and Implementation Office with ad-hoc duties as delegated by or agreed with the Senior Executive Support Manager as required. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number:RBH567833Close date: Monday 10th June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Assistant Investigations Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/QPHSS567208 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Karen Parkin Contact details 0436 098 001 Access the National Relay Service The role In alignment with Public Sector and Queensland Health's core values, you will be responsible for adhering to defined service quality standards, health and safety policies, and procedures to ensure the delivery of high-quality, safe services and workplaces. Your primary role is to provide a range of high-level confidential executive and administrative support to the Director and Team. This includes managing all incoming and outgoing correspondence autonomously, handling diary management, organizing meetings, and preparing reports, correspondence, and other necessary documentation. Additionally, you will develop and implement systems to enhance administrative processes and outcomes, manage small projects and work packages, and provide regular project reports against agreed criteria. You will also perform preliminary assessment and investigative activities under senior officers' supervision, ensuring timely, accurate, and transparent information and data collection, analysis, and risk assessments in accordance with established investigation protocols and organizational policy. Effective liaison and consultation with internal and external clients and stakeholders are essential, along with working collaboratively with the Team to develop and implement innovative processes and procedures to meet the Unit's strategic, operational, legislative, and regulatory functions. Achieving work targets with limited supervision to meet personal performance expectations and standards set by the Principal Investigation Officer is also a key part of this role. Additionally, you will undertake other duties as directed by the Director, Principal, and/or Senior Investigation Officers The successful person To excel in this role, you should have extensive experience in providing high-level confidential executive administrative support to senior management. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including the creation of text templates, charts, pivot tables, presentations, and basic data analyses, is essential. You should also have a proven track record in offering high-level administrative support, including project participation, preliminary case and risk assessments, and the preparation of briefings, ministerial correspondence, briefing notes, reports, and meeting minutes for senior management. Moreover, you should demonstrate the ability to establish work priorities, complete projects, and work effectively under pressure with minimal supervision while adhering to deadlines. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, including oral, negotiation, and consultation abilities, are crucial for developing and maintaining effective relationships with a diverse range of external and internal stakeholders. About us The Department of Health is responsible for the overall management of the public health system in Queensland. We are an organisation that strongly believes in the need to work with people who value the goals of our organisation and who will thrive in our workplace. Working at the Department of Health is about making a difference. Under the leadership of the Deputy Director General, QPHaSS brings together key system support functions and the surveillance, prevention and control of communicable diseases and public health risks in Queensland - Leading the statewide planning and coordination of programs and services to prevent or control, health-related diseases, hazards and harmful practices and enhance protective health factors to promote the overall health and wellbeing of Queenslanders. A scope of service that covers the whole State across four key pillars; Pathology Queensland; Biomedical Technology Services, Forensic and Scientific Services and Public Health. Benefits A fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading. Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development How to apply To apply for this opportunity: Please submit your resume (including the details of two referees), and A cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your skills and experience relevant for this role. 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. QPHSS567208 Assistant Investigations Officer RD (PDF, 207KB) Role Description QH Information for Applicants (PDF, 939KB) Application Kit • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Assistant Applications Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - An Assistant Applications Officer assists in the management of applications for financial assistance from victims of violent crime across the Northern Territory to optimise outcomes for applicants in accordance with relevant legislation. • Wed, 29 MayNorthern Territory Government
Office Coordinator/ Personal Assistant » Sydney, Sydney Region - Exclusive opportunity to assume the dual role of Office Coordinator and Personal Assistant, providing support to a distinguished Managing Director. Boutique has collaborated with a small construction firm located in the heart of Sydney's CBD. Renowned for working with some of the top national clients in the industry, this construction firm takes pride in the strong relationships they have established. With the expanding prospects of this firm, you will have the opportunity to grow and take on more responsibilities within this role. This growth will enable you to develop your skills, advance your career, and make a significant impact within the company. As the go-to Office Coordinator and Personal Assistant to the Managing Director, you will be responsible for overseeing all activities within the business. This office thrives on a young, vibrant, and hardworking culture and is seeking someone who can be the key person ensuring everything runs smoothly and efficiently. With offsite team conferences, performance bonuses, and multiple company events, there are numerous opportunities to engage and grow in this role. Duties and Key Responsibilities Provide administrative support to the Managing Director, including managing calendars, scheduling meetings, and making travel arrangements. Assist with invoicing processes, ensuring accuracy and compliance with company policies and procedures. Maintain financial records, reconcile accounts, oversee commission reports for management review, and resolve accounting discrepancies or issues. Organise and maintain confidential files and records, exercising discretion and confidentiality at all times. Update compliance, procedures, and processes within the business. Organise and coordinate all corporate and internal events for the business. Manage office upkeep, handle vendor relationships, and ensure office supplies are stocked and running smoothly. Skills and Experience Being a meticulous administrative professional with a background in either sales or construction. Your outstanding communication skills and dedication to crafting memorable customer experiences distinguish you. Motivated by the opportunity to make a meaningful impact, you thrive in collaborative environments where your organisational abilities and outgoing personality shine Exceptional organisational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines. Strong attention to detail and accuracy, with a commitment to producing high-quality work. Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion in handling sensitive information. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and other relevant software applications. Benefits and Culture Dive into a culture that values collaboration and personal development, where your enthusiasm for real estate and commitment to exceptional service are highly appreciated. Benefit from competitive perks and pathways for career progression within a dynamic, innovative, and encouraging workplace. • Tue, 28 MayBoutique Consulting
Assistant Directors, Enterprise Change Management Office » Australia - Enterprise Change Management Office (ECMO) sits within the Enterprise Transformation Branch. The team is made up of change.... The Opportunities The ECMO is seeking Executive Level 1 Assistant Directors to fill ongoing and non-ongoing... • Tue, 28 MayAustralian Electoral Commission
Portfolio Management Office (PMO) Administrator » Barton, ACT - Office (PMO) Administrator to join the Security PMO within the Security Portfolio Section (SCP). Reporting to the Security... PMO Assistant Director, you will provide vital administrative and secretarial support, ensuring the smooth operation... • Tue, 28 MayCS Executive Group$57 - 71 per hour
Office Administrator » Sydney, NSW - , Administrator, Data Entry, Office Administrator, Office Assistant, Office Manager Education Secondary School/High School...Our Client: Our client, one of Australia’s largest Resource Recovery & Recycling Companies is seeking an Office... • Tue, 28 MayRandstad
Management Assistant - Treasury and Chief Operating Office » Sydney, NSW - (i.e., office coordinator, personal assistant, executive assistant etc.). The responsibilities in this role are varied..., you'll have everything you need to become the best version of yourself. We have 2 Management Assistant roles on offer due... • Tue, 28 MayING
Executive Assistant/Office Manager » Bateman, Melville Area - Demonstrate your executive assistance and business administration skills to help our ICT team achieve success. Location: Fiona Stanley Hospital, Murdoch, Perth (hybrid work arrangements available) Permanent, Full-time opportunity. Come join us at Perth's most digitally advanced Hospital, where you can bring your passion for helping people to make a direct and positive impact to your community. The Serco ICT Digital Team at Fiona Stanley Hospital We are a dedicated team of over 100 IT professionals delivering a comprehensive managed ICT & Digital service to the Fiona Stanley Hospital. We work with clinical and non-clinical stakeholders to plan, design, build, maintain, and support digital solutions that are critical to the ongoing delivery of services at Western Australia's largest and most digitally enabled public healthcare facility. In short, we take care of the technology so that health workers can focus on taking care of patients. At Serco, we put people first and value a healthy work-life balance. We offer flexible work arrangements, and we do work that has purpose and meaning. We have a strong culture of reward and recognition and are committed to providing learning and career growth opportunities for our people. We seek and celebrate diversity and encourage applications from all backgrounds and cultures. About the Role Reporting to the ICT Director, the Service Administrator is responsible for running and coordinating the day-to-day administrative duties of ICT and Digital team by ensuring that all interactions between internal and external parties are positive and productive. The position provides professional administrative support to the ICT Director, Senior ICT Managers, and other Managers upon request. Key Responsibilities will include: Assist the management team with co-ordinating meetings, ensuring attendees are notified, minutes are taken and released in a timely fashion. Assist the management team with the preparation of documents, presentations, and research as and when required. Ensure the governance and reporting requirements are met for the ICTD service. Support the management team with all necessary recruitment & newprocurem starter onboarding processes as well as other tasks ( such as employee off-boarding, managing office suppliers when needed, etc). Support team building and culture events that create an environment of staff enjoyment. Procure office supplies from stationary, uniforms, weekly fruit and snacks though PO’s or Directors corporate card. This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment, which includes national police check as an essential selection component for this role. Serco requires employees in this role to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people. Please consider this requirement when submitting your application. About You You are excellent at delivering customer service and swift at action taking. You are a problem solver and can identify innovative ideas and solutions for everyday work problems. You are also able to easily adapt to change and effectively manage time, resources and relationships to ensure that work is completed efficiently. To be successful in the role, you will have: Minimum 5 years prior administrative experience Certificate in Business Administration or relevant experience Proficiency in MS Office: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint Prior experience in diary management, executive assistance and office management background is highly preferred. Prior experience in organising team initiatives (such as morning teas, farewells, raffles etc) is highly desirable. If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please apply now. To learn more please visit www.serco.com/aspac For more information about this job opening, or to have a confidential discussion, please write to Stefi.bekaserco-ap.com . Please be advised that all prospective applicants are required to submit an application and participate in our formal recruitment process. • Tue, 28 MaySerco
Office Coordinator/ Admin Assistant » Mascot, Rockdale Area - Office Duties Answering and directing phone calls, operating car park phone, welcoming all visitors, accepting deliveries General Office Maintenance Coordinate meeting rooms set up and facilities Mail and courier - prepare mail, distribute mail in the office. Managing stock and orders for office stationery, catering, milk. fruit and other staff amenities Manage general enquiry email in box. Admin Data entry and document management Calendar Management Client Details Office Duties Answering and directing phone calls, operating car park phone, welcoming all visitors, accepting deliveries General Office Maintenance (dishwasher, cleaning of kitchen, stocking up supplies, fill printers with paper) Coordinate meeting rooms set up and facilities Mail and courier - prepare mail, distribute mail in the office/ re-direct mail Managing stock and orders for office stationery, catering, milk. fruit and other staff amenities Manage general enquiry email inbox Admin Data entry and document management Calendar Management Accounts Receivable Credit notes Wastedge data entry Follow up bounce back emails and RTS letters Legal Document photocopying and scanning: Basic SAI global searches- company entity name/ABN/ACN/property searches Ad-hoc legal admin tasks Travel Manage, review and approve domestic and international travel requests, bookings and profiles Assist with group bookings and event travel management Ensure adherence with the Travel Policy at all times Relationships Internal Stakeholders will include all teams and employees at Australia External stakeholders will include customers, suppliers, delivery providers, guests. Customer Service Provide a professional service to the business by welcoming all clients, visitors and guests in a friendly manner Ensure all visitors sign in the visitor's book. Description Office Duties Answering and directing phone calls, operating car park phone, welcoming all visitors, accepting deliveries General Office Maintenance (dishwasher, cleaning of kitchen, stocking up supplies, fill printers with paper) Coordinate meeting rooms set up and facilities Mail and courier - prepare mail, distribute mail in the office/ re-direct mail Managing stock and orders for office stationery, catering, milk. fruit and other staff amenities Manage general enquiry email inbox Admin Data entry and document management Calendar Management Accounts Receivable Credit notes Wastedge data entry Follow up bounce back emails and RTS letters Legal Document photocopying and scanning: Basic SAI global searches- company entity name/ABN/ACN/property searches Ad-hoc legal admin tasks Travel Manage, review and approve domestic and international travel requests, bookings and profiles Assist with group bookings and event travel management Ensure adherence with Travel Policy at all times Relationships Internal Stakeholders will include all teams and employees External stakeholders will include customers, suppliers, delivery providers, guests. Customer Service Provide a professional service to the business by welcoming all clients, visitors and guests in a friendly manner Ensure all visitors sign in the visitors' book Provide the correct response regarding Company structure/ Information. Be aware of communicating sensitive information Administration Support Provide quality administration support to the business; Photocopying, filing binding, laminating documents when required Use the finance system for all purchasing, invoicing, debtor's collection and general accruals. Preparation of letters when required Assist with other clerical tasks as requested Monthly Financial reporting Assist Finance Manager with ad hoc reporting requirements Teamwork Ensure behaviours are consistent to enhance the team environment Assist others to meet business objectives when required Create a participate team environment Participate in work based team activities Communication Communicate openly and honestly at all times Ensure everyone understands the group's objectives Ethics Comply with all applicable laws, regulations, statutory obligations policies Act honestly and with integrity at all times Respect the values and diversity of others Accept responsibility and be accountable for actions Avoid situations resulting in a conflict of interest, bribery or the use of inducements to secure business Innovation Participate in internal and external training seminars Read relevant literature and journals Actively investigate enhancements to procedures and processes that achieve improvements in performance, job satisfaction, and productivity Monitor individual performance at all times. HSEQ Comply with all applicable health, safety and environmental laws, regulations and statutory obligations at all times Maintain the HSEQ Systems and assist with internal and external audits Be alert for potential hazardous situations and report any hazardous situations in a timely manner Take corrective action on all hazardous situations Act in a safe manner Ensure housekeeping of work area is managed to provide a safe and healthy environment at all times Ensure work environment is easily accessible at all times Provide feedback on problems or areas for improvement Formal Education Administration training certification (desirable) Degree Work Experience Experience in a similar role as a team assistant or administration officer Skills/Knowledge/ Abilities Customer Service Excellent verbal and written communication Excellent organisational skills IT Literacy Administration Experience Financial Reporting Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) Key Competencies Communication and interpersonal skills Initiative Adaptable Personal Impact and Time Management Planning & Organising Understanding the Business Attention to detail Innovation Profile Office Duties Answering and directing phone calls, operating car park phone, welcoming all visitors, accepting deliveries General Office Maintenance (dishwasher, cleaning of kitchen, stocking up supplies, fill printers with paper) Coordinate meeting rooms set up and facilities Mail and courier - prepare mail, distribute mail in the office/ re-direct mail Managing stock and orders for office stationery, catering, milk. fruit and other staff amenities Manage general enquiry email inbox Admin Data entry and document management Calendar Management Accounts Receivable Credit notes Wastedge data entry Follow up bounce back emails and RTS letters Legal Document photocopying and scanning: Basic SAI global searches- company entity name/ABN/ACN/property searches Ad-hoc legal admin tasks Travel Manage, review and approve domestic and international travel requests, bookings and profiles Assist with group bookings and event travel management Ensure adherence with the REMONDIS Travel Policy at all times Relationships Internal Stakeholders will include all teams and employees. External stakeholders will include customers, suppliers, delivery providers, guests. Customer Service Provide a professional service to the business by welcoming all clients, visitors and guests in a friendly manner Ensure all visitors sign in the visitors' book. Job Offer Office Duties Answering and directing phone calls, operating car park phone, welcoming all visitors, accepting deliveries General Office Maintenance (dishwasher, cleaning of kitchen, stocking up supplies, fill printers with paper) Coordinate meeting rooms set up and facilities Mail and courier - prepare mail, distribute mail in the office/ re-direct mail Managing stock and orders for office stationery, catering, milk. fruit and other staff amenities Manage general enquiry email Inbox. Admin Data entry and document management Calendar Management Accounts Receivable Credit notes Wastedge data entry Follow up bounce back emails and RTS letters Legal Document photocopying and scanning: Basic SAI global searches- company entity name/ABN/ACN/property searches Ad-hoc legal admin tasks Travel Manage, review and approve domestic and international travel requests, bookings and profiles Assist with group bookings and event travel management Ensure adherence with the REMONDIS Travel Policy at all times Relationships Internal Stakeholders will include all teams and employees. External stakeholders will include customers, suppliers, delivery providers, guests. Customer Service Provide a professional service to the business by welcoming all clients, visitors and guests in a friendly manner Ensure all visitors sign in the visitor's book Provide the correct response regarding Company structure. • Mon, 27 MayAdecco
Office Coordinator/ Admin Assistant » Mascot, NSW - Office Duties Answering and directing phone calls, operating car park phone, welcoming all visitors, accepting... deliveries General Office Maintenance Coordinate meeting rooms set up and facilities Mail and courier - prepare mail... • Mon, 27 MayAdecco$33 - 35 per hour
Management Assistant - Treasury and Chief Operating Office » Sydney, NSW - (i.e., office coordinator, personal assistant, executive assistant etc.). The responsibilities in this role are varied..., you'll have everything you need to become the best version of yourself. We have 2 Management Assistant roles on offer due... • Mon, 27 MayING
Office Assistant » Australia - The purpose of this role to contribute to the effectiveness of the Melbourne office by providing comprehensive... Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. The Melbourne office advises on Financial and Professional Lines, Employment Practices... • Sat, 25 MayKennedys Law
Real Estate & Office Assistant » Notting Hill, VIC - Real Estate & Office Assistant Take your next career step at ABB with a global team that is energizing the.... Join us as a Real-estate & office assistant for the Electrification Business Area where you will be be responsible for providing... • Sat, 25 MayABB
Administration Officer City Assist » Dennington, Warrnambool - Administration Officer City Assist ?The City Assist team are the first point of contact at Warrnambool City Councils Civic Centre (main offices). They attend to a large number of queries daily via face to face, phone calls, emails and the online chat function. There are currently two positions available in City Assist, one for a temporary part time until 6 September 2024 (45 hours per fortnight) and Casual positions available. To be successful in this position you will have: Ability to work efficiently while providing a high level of customer service to all residents, ratepayers and other external customers. Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in the operation of computer programs. Well-developed interpersonal, verbal and communication skills. Capacity to acquire a thorough knowledge of Council Services and procedures. Ability to cover early morning/ opening shifts. The main duties of the position will be located at the Civic Centre, however dependent on business needs the successful individual may be required at other services across Council. The Benefits The Temporary Part Time (45 hours per fortnight) position will conclude on 6 September 2024 and currently offers an hourly rate of $33.83 per hour superannuation. The Casual position currently carries an hourly rate of $42.29 per hour (inclusive of 25% casual loading) superannuation. To Apply To apply for this opportunity, please click Apply Now above. Applications close: 5.00pm Friday 31 May 2024. • Sat, 25 MayWarrnambool City Council ATT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE UNIT
Senior Policy Officers and Assistant Directors » Australia - About the Department The Department of Industry, Science and Resources and our broader portfolio are integral to the Australian Government's economic agenda. Our purpose is to help the government build a better future for all Australians through enabling a productive, resilient and sustainable economy, enriched by science and technology. We do this by: Growing innovative & competitive businesses, industries and regions Investing in science and technology Strengthening the resources sector. The APS and the department offer a clear direction and meaningful work. You will be able to create positive impact in people's lives whilst contributing to improved outcomes for Australia and our people. If you would like to feel a strong connection to your work and you are accountable, committed and open to change, join us in shaping Australia's future. Please see the APSC's APS Employee Value Proposition for more information on the benefits and value of employment within the APS. About the National Measurement Institute The National Measurement Institute (NMI) is the Australian Government's national measurement authority. Australians rely on measurement every day to stay safe and healthy, to be confident they get what they pay for, and to level the playing field for business. NMI's sovereign measurement capabilities underpin these outcomes for Australians, contributing to a Future Made in Australia and maintaining national and international confidence in Australian goods and services. Our work spans the economy, delivering over $800 million annually in direct benefits to Australians and Australian industry. NMI also administers the regulatory framework for measurement which supports around $1.4 trillion of economic activity in Australia each year. NMI is an integral part of Australia's critical scientific infrastructure, supporting the government's objectives in a wide range of sectors, including in manufacturing, health, food safety, trade, the environment, defence, energy, the integrity of sport and law enforcement. About the Strategy and Operations Branch The Strategy and Operations Branch is looking for people at the APS6 and EL1 level to support NMI's key operational and strategic policy teams. The branch's remit is wide and includes leading NMI's cross-branch activities in the areas of policy development, ministerial and government relations, stakeholder engagement, communications, workforce capability, change management, international relations, and work health and safety. The branch coordinates NMI's input to policymakers across Government, leads much of the division's involvement in budget processes, and ensures the successes of NMI's expert scientists are clearly communicated to decision makers and the public. The opportunity We have multiple ongoing and non-ongoing positions available at the APS6 and EL1 level across the Strategy and Operations Branch. You will be using your policy, project management, procurement and governance expertise to implement government decisions for the NMI and to position Australia's measurement environment for the future. This includes overseeing ICT and property related projects, developing policies that aligns NMI functions with government objectives, as well as secretariat and governance roles. There will be opportunities to engage across the NMI, including with its executives, as well as the broader department and other government agencies. You may also have the opportunity to visit one or more NMI laboratories in Sydney or Melbourne to see measurement science in action. NMI's working style is hybrid, with staff working flexibly across Australia and offices are available in most major cities in eastern Australia. At NMI, we believe that we do our best work when a variety of perspectives are brought to the table, and we will draw on and extend the skills, experience and capabilities you bring. Our ideal candidate We are seeking Senior Policy Officers and Assistant Directors that are enthusiastic and strategically minded, and who have a passion for partnering with stakeholders to deliver positive business outcomes. Our ideal candidates will have some of the following skills, capabilities, and experience to fill a range of positions in the Strategy and Operations branch: science policy experience, with the ability to convey complex scientific terms in an easy to understand manner; project management experience, with experience in managing ICT and property projects being highly desirable; financial skills, including budget management for projects; experience in drafting new policy proposals and cabinet submissions is desirable; governance and secretariat experience with excellent organisation and coordination skills; experience with procurement processes, including preparing procurement documentation; excellent written and oral communication skills; strategic perspective, an eye for detail and ability to drive projects in accordance with pre-determined timeframes; ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders; a flexible and adaptable approach and comfortable working in a dynamic environment; can confidently engage with and influence key stakeholders in industry and across the department, to help deliver mutually beneficial outcomes; the ability to develop and manage staff to build a team that delivers high quality outputs. Ideal candidates will have personal drive and integrity in the context of the APS values, NMI values (Inclusive, Innovative, Accountable, Adaptable, Influential and Strategic) and code of conduct. Our department has a commitment to inclusion and diversity, with an ambition of being the best possible place to work. This reflects the importance we place on our people and on creating a workplace culture where each and every one of us is valued and respected for our contribution. Our ideal candidate adds to this culture and our workplace in their own way. The key duties of the position include At the APS6 level, duties may include: Preparing written advice for decision-makers, including briefs, reports, correspondence, recommendations, and presentations, and responses to coordination requests. Supporting colleagues to contribute their technical expertise to public policy processes, including to showcase the impact of measurement in the Australian economy and society. Liaising with key NMI stakeholders including other Commonwealth, State and Territory agencies. Providing policy, procurement, communication, and project management advice to support the implementation of NMI's strategic priorities. Contributing to meeting team objectives and progressing work, including business cases, procurement, and contracts management processes. Supporting activities and other functions across the Strategy and Operations branch as requested. In addition to the above, at the EL1 level, duties may include: Supervision and development of staff in the team. Developing clear plans and timeframes for implementation of government decisions. Taking responsibility for meeting team objectives and progressing work, including procurement and contract management processes. • Sat, 25 MayAPS
Assistant Contributions Officer » Picton, Wollondilly Area - Picton location Permanent Full-Time Salary from $79,133 to $91,789 11% Superannuation Hybrid working arrangements Are you a qualified or on your way to be qualified Contributions Planner looking for the next challenge within your career? If you have excellent attention to detail, are highly motivated and strive for the best value outcome, this position could be what you have been waiting for About Council The Wollondilly Shire is currently experiencing significant growth and change within our community and require suitably qualified and experienced professionals to go on this exciting journey with us. It is truly an exciting time for Wollondilly Shire Council, our employees and most of all our Community. Our recent employee survey results have proven just how amazingly positive and supportive our culture is at Wollondilly Shire Council. We are proud of our positive employee engagement being recognised within the top 5% of Local Council’s. In addition to the positive and supportive work culture, there are a number of benefits and opportunities available to our employees including: Health and Wellbeing programs Ongoing learning and development opportunities Employee Reward and Recognition Programs Educational Assistance Program Staff Social activities About the Role We are seeking an Assistant Contributions Planner to join our Contributions Planning Team. In this role you will deal with development contributions matters in accordance with the requirements of relevant legislation as well as promote Council's policies and range of professional services to clients, staff and other agencies. The successful applicant will need to demonstrate their competency for the position by meeting the following essential criteria: Undertaking qualifications in Town Planning, Project Management, Financial Management, Accounting or related discipline. Minimum of 2-years’ experience in Local Government accounting systems. Demonstrated experience negotiating, implementing and monitor development contributions, planning agreements and works in kind agreements in a growth centre or priority precinct context. Understanding of the Integrated Planning and Reporting requirements under the NSW Government Act. To communicate, influence and negotiate effectively with all levels of Council and the community. Demonstrated ability to show initiative and innovation when investigating, analysing & solving problems or taking advantage of opportunities. Further Information: Ron Dowd, Team Leader Contributions Planning, 02 4677 9714. Closing Date: 5:00pm Monday, 10 June 2024. Don’t delay any longer, Apply Now and let’s make Wollondilly an even better place, together. To be considered for this position, candidates must apply via Council’s website, Wollondilly Employment Opportunities and answer the position specific selection criteria as listed in this advertisement. Those not addressing the selection criteria will not be considered. Preferred applicants may be required to undertake a pre-placement medical. This includes drug and alcohol screening. The preferred applicant may also be required to undertake Police Background, Credential and Bankruptcy Checks. In accordance with the Local Government (State) Award 2020 all positions are engaged Monday to Sunday except as otherwise provided. Wollondilly Shire Council is committed to workplace diversity. [ View The Job Description ] [ Preview The Position Requirements ] • Sat, 25 MayWollondilly Shire Council
Assistant Director, Indigo Vendor Management Office » Australia - Program Management Office Branch, the Indigo Product and Design Branch, and the Enterprise Transformation Branch... Management Office (VMO) sits within the Indigo Program Management Office Branch and is responsible for the procurement... • Fri, 24 MayAustralian Electoral Commission
Assistant Front Office Manager » Sydney, NSW - lifestyle, surrounded by major Sydney icons. Assists the Front Office Manager in administering front office functions... and supervising staff on a daily basis. Front office areas include Bell/Door Staff, Switchboard and Guest Services/Front Desk... • Fri, 24 MayMarriott
Office Administrator » North Sydney, NSW - in office administration with good all-round computer skills (especially using Microsoft products). You have great people... to our Support Office meet. Your role will be to create a welcoming first impression for all stakeholders visiting the Support Office... • Fri, 24 MayInvoCare
Office Assistant - Business Partner Enablement Team » Minchinbury, NSW - to introduce an exciting new opportunity available for an Office Assistant to join the newly formed Business Partner Enablement... with a focus on data quality Intermediate MS Office Suite skills, particularly in Excel Strong written and verbal communication... • Thu, 23 MayAldi$74200 - 81400 per year
Office Operations Support Assistant / Reports Coordinator » Rhodes, NSW - of cleaning services, and an opportunity exists to become an integral part of our head office team. The Role Main duties... a team environment. - Must be reliable, flexible and adaptable. - Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Office skills... • Thu, 23 MayConsolidated Property Services
Office & Project Assistant » Burnside, SA - your potential in this newly created role as the Office & Project Assistant, where you'll be an engaging presence and ensure high... office and support the day-to-day operations of the office and team. If you want to use your administration skills... • Thu, 23 MayEntree Recruitment$65000 - 70000 per year
Office Patient Assistant » South Brisbane, Brisbane - Position Title: Office Patient Assistant Reports to (position): Dialysis Clinic Manager Primary purpose of the role: To provide high quality level of reception and secretarial services to the patients, and staff at the clinic in a caring and supportive manner. To support the nursing staff in the dialysis clinic by performing non-clinical duties relating to direct and indirect and patient care. Key Responsibilities General Administration Answer the switchboard in a courteous and professional manner. Liaise with patients and their families in a compassionate manner. Perform general clerical and administrative tasks as required i.e. filing, minute taking, agenda creation. Responsible for petty cash dispersal and reconciliation. Responsible for maintaining the levels of and ordering general office supplies. Provides assistance with the quality improvement program. Book ambulance transport for patients if required by the clinic. Liaise with Doctors in booking patient appointments if required by the clinic. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Billing Administration To admit and discharge patients within a centralized billing system. To ensure that all necessary forms for new patients are completed and correctly loaded into the centralized billing system. To conduct eligibility checks on all new patients with their Private Health Fund. Prepare invoices and credit notes in relation to revenue generation. Prepare and collate all required supporting documentation required to accompany invoices. Undertake banking procedures for all cheque and cash payments. Prepare and maintain an accurate record management system of all patient records. Prepare and maintain reconciliation records. Forward ISIS data to State related Health Commission on a monthly basis. Forward HCP data to Private Health Funds on a monthly basis. Assisting other clinics entering billing as required. Assisting the Operations Manager in billing trouble shooting with clinics. Patient Service: Ensures cleanliness and neatness of patient treatment area, stockroom and medical devices as per clinic procedure. Assists with the collection and distribution of basic food preparation and delivery of nutritional requirements to patients and visitors including ordering. Maintains the stock levels of all consumables within the stock room and trolley/s as required for daily operation of the clinic. Attends to the re-stocking of consumables in the stock room and trolley/s as required for daily operation of the clinic. Manages the ordering of all stock and consumables for the operation of the clinic. Confirms delivery of stock and cross checks inventory with documentation and forwards monthly stock take to the Purchasing Officer. Maintains Clinical Manager database. Ensures routine collection and appropriate disposal of linen, rubbish and contaminated waste. Stamps pathology forms with Doctor's information and place in billing area. Coordinates collection of blood samples by pathology lab, help spin blood before collection. Participates in Quality Assurance activities as required by the Dialysis Clinic Manager. Ensures/promotes a safe, secure and healthy working environment as detailed in the Occupational Health and Safety policy. Engages in internal and external in-service activities to enhance / maintain skills and knowledge. Assist nurses in lining machines if required by the clinic Liaise with Fresenius Kabi in organising patient medication and drugs if required by the clinic. Competencies (attitude, skills, typical qualifications & experience) Essential: 3 years experience in a similar role. Knowledge of Infection Control / Hygiene principles and implementation of this knowledge into daily practice. Effective communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to operate within a multidisciplinary team. Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety as it relates to the role within the facility. Demonstrated skills in food preparation and presentation. Basic office skills, including filing and answering telephone enquiries. Completion of a Patient Service Assistant Certificate or equivalent qualification. Computer competence in MS Office. Excellent Customer Service skills. Effective communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to operate within a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated commitment to quality improvement initiatives. Team player. Work with confidentiality, discretion and maturity. • Thu, 23 MayFresenius Medical Care
Office Operations Support Assistant / Reports Coordinator » Rhodes, Canada Bay Area - Job Description Our business is experiencing significant growth as a leading provider of cleaning services, and an opportunity exists to become an integral part of our head office team. The Role Main duties and responsibilities include: - Various administrative tasks, including answering phones and data entry. - Categorising and responding to emails as required. - Use of systems to enter and complete work requests. - Receive and distribute additional work requests via email, service requests, or work orders. - Accurate and efficient data entry. - Liaise with the operations team, internal departments, and clients. - Sending notifications to clients. - Assisting with the data entry and presentation of quotations. - Preparing and issuing client reports. To be considered for this role, applicants MUST have: - Excellent verbal and written communication. - Have a strong focus on time management and attention to detail. - The ability to work well in a team environment. - Must be reliable, flexible and adaptable. - Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Office skills. - Ability to be organised and meet deadlines. Benefits and Culture • Supportive and inclusive culture; • A professional working environment; • Great employee benefits and entitlements. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders to apply. • Thu, 23 MayConsolidated Property Services
Office Services Assistant » Brisbane, QLD - opportunities. They are now looking for a Facilities Clerk to join their Office Services team on a permanent basis. about the role... Manage general office maintenance Filing, scanning and archiving Organise files for offsite storage Maintain office... • Wed, 22 Maypeople2people$55000 - 65000 per year
EA & Office Manager » Melbourne, VIC - The Role As the Executive Assistant & Office Manager you will be responsible for high-level admin support to the... Chief Executive Officer and the Orora Board of Directors. As the Office Manager you will also play a crucial role in... • Wed, 22 MayOrora
Executive Assistant / Office Manager » Barton, South Canberra - Seeking an experienced EA to join our team. This varied role offers great growth and career prospects. ABOUT THIS ROLE We are currently looking for an Office Manager / Executive Assistant to join our team on a permanent basis. This role provides vital support to the senior leadership team as well as manage the day to day running of our head office. We are looking for multi-skilled, flexible, hardworking people who are keen to grow their career within a leading Defence supplier. This role will see you take on a variety of support tasks as well as general administration and supporting the Jacobs team. This role offers uncapped training and development opportunities as well as other benefits including subsidised parking, flexible working and different leave arrangements including paid parental, study, reserve and volunteer leave. This role will be full-time in the Canberra CBD head office. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Diary management Setting up, coordinating and running meetings Travel booking Office management Minor procurement Build relationships with management, staff, customers, contractors and other organisations. Prepare correspondence, documents and reports as directed Contract management tasks Ad hoc administrative tasks SKILLS & EXPERIENCE NEEDED High level attention to detail Strong writing skills Experience in an administrative role Experience in an executive assistant role Strong communication skills Must be an Australian Citizen and eligible for a government security clearance BENEFITS We make investments in our people, clients, and communities, so we can grow together. A rewarding career with uncapped professional and learning development opportunities, with Professional Membership payments, and certification bonus’s. We have an unparalleled focus on inclusion, with a diverse team of visionaries, thinkers and doers. We embrace all perspectives, collaborating to make a positive impact. Our passion for safety and our courage to care for one another and our environment inspires mutual respect Extensive Company benefits including Salary Sacrificing, Subsidised Parking, Salary Continuance Insurance, Flexible working week arrangements and more Different types of lifestyle leave including Maternity/Paternity, Defence Reservist, Community Service and more Professional networks including Jacobs Veterans Network, Jacobs Women’s Network and more WHY JACOBS At Jacobs, we're challenging today to reinvent tomorrow by solving the world's most critical problems for thriving cities, resilient environments, mission-critical outcomes, operational advancement, scientific discovery and cutting-edge manufacturing, turning abstract ideas into realities that transform the world for good. With $13 billion in revenue and a talent force of approximately 52,000, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of professional services including consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for the government and private sector . Recruitment selection for these positions will commence immediately. To apply for this role click “apply now” or for further information please contact Liam Brew – 0419 422 621 – liam.brewjacobs.com • Wed, 22 MayJacobs
Executive Assistant/Office Manager » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - An opportunity to work closely with senior leadership and gain insight into the strategic operations of a global health presence. Boutique's client, a global leader in the digital health space, is searching for an approachable and professional Executive Assistant to support the Global CEO and Founder and a locally based Managing Director. A key component of a high-performing and passionate team, this role requires efficiency, flexibility, and meticulous organisation as you will be responsible for the management of two very demanding schedules. The role involves remote assistance for the CEO when he is not in Australia and heavy support during the times when he is onshore; current schedule sees him visiting the Australian headquarters every 4-6 weeks. Support for the Managing Director is centred at the North Sydney Office. Specifics of the role include but are not limited to: Managing CEO and MD’s calendar, organising meetings, emails and workload Arranging CEO and MD’s (& occasionally the broader team’s) international and domestic travel Attend meetings as required and take minutes Assist with ad-hoc projects, including research and project management Reconciliation of credit card statements Assisting with the CEO’s other business based in Australia, and personal assistance when he is in Australia for him and his family Office management duties include but not limited to; fire warden, manage stationery and kitchen supplies, liaising with tradesmen and building management Admin tasks include but not limited to; printing, binding, meeting prep, answering calls, getting mail for the CEO and MD Event planning such as offsites, parties and staff training sessions To be considered for this role, you will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as an EA and a demonstrable understanding of the unique support needs and expectations of high-net-worth individuals. You will need to be adaptive and have extensive experience in handling detailed international travel arrangements. Success in this role will require confidence, proactiveness, discretion and trustworthiness. Strong computer literacy, excellent communication skills and flexibility are essential. If you match the above requirements and this unique opportunity excites you, then apply today • Wed, 22 MayBoutique Consulting
Front Office Assistant Night Manager » Sydney, NSW - , outlets and the Front Office areas are clean at all times. Monitor occupancy to obtain maximum yield. Maintain guest history... handover to the next Assistant Manager. Issue floats and keys in accordance with SOP's. Ensure all basic Liquor Licensing... • Tue, 21 MayAccor
Front Office Assistant Manager » Darwin, NT - has to offer. Job Description Assist with the management of the Hotel Front Office operation to achieve a reputation as a market leader. Daily liaison... with the Reservations office to ensure accuracy in room allocation and maximising yield. Effective supervision of all guest... • Tue, 21 MayAccor
Front Office - Assistant Manager » Sydney, NSW - Manly, NSW - of our lifestyle. Job Description We are actively searching for an experienced Front Office professional to become an integral part... of our brand-new property. As the Assistant Manager, you are naturally a confident person who is able to approach people... • Tue, 21 MayAccor
Office Assistant - Casual » Bunbury, WA - Office Assistant $40.74 per hour plus super Casual role working across Bunbury and Busselton offices The... opportunity for an experienced Office Administrator to join us on a casual basis. This role supports 4 x part-time admin roles... • Tue, 21 MaySilver Chain$40.74 per hour
Hotel Service Manager - Night Manager, Assistant Manager, Front Office Manager, Operations Manager » Gold Coast, QLD - . We have a number of different manager roles available including Night Manager, Assistant Manager, Front Office Manager, Operations Manager... and Management As our next Assistant Manager, you will: Supervision, support and training of Front Office Team Members to ensure... • Sat, 18 MayAccor$70696.25 per year
Assistant Front Office Manager » Sydney, NSW - . Apply now and be part of the “Rebirth of a Sydney Icon” with us! Job Description As our onsite full-time Assistant Front Office Manager... Front Office operation to achieve brand & cleanliness standards, you'll drive people management, guest feedback & problem... • Sat, 18 MayAccor
Assistant Front Office Manager » Wentworth, NSW - Sydney, NSW - . Apply now and be part of the “Rebirth of a Sydney Icon” with us! Job Description As our onsite full-time Assistant Front Office Manager... Front Office operation to achieve brand & cleanliness standards, you'll drive people management, guest feedback & problem... • Sat, 18 MayAccor
Assistant Front Office Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description As our onsite full-time Assistant Front Office Manager , you will be ensuring an exceptional experience for our guests, providing excellent customer service. Assisting management for the Hotel Front Office operation to achieve brand & cleanliness standards, you'll drive people management, guest feedback & problem resolution. Your day to day will look like: Supervising guest arrivals and departures, including handling guest queries and complaints Ensuring that room allocations and check in/check out processes follow set procedures Preparing of Front Office monthly reports Supervising lobby services Liaising with the Reservations office to ensure accuracy in room allocation Working closely with Maintenance ensuring maintenance requests are completed quickly Management and support of the Front Office team, including coaching, training and performance management • Sat, 18 MayAccorHotel
Administration Assistants/ Receptionists & Office Support » Adelaide, SA - Job Description Are you looking for a rewarding professional role? The Business and Office Support division at EGM... and knowledgeable office support professionals to fulfil a variety of immediately available positions. If you have experience in the... • Fri, 17 MayEGM Partners
Assistant Purchasing Officer » Banyo, Brisbane - Are you ready to be part of something bigger? At Lite n' Easy, we're not just about meals; we're about transforming lives through better eating habits. We make it effortless for Aussies to embrace healthier choices, whether they're on a weight loss journey or simply aiming to maintain a balanced lifestyle. As a team, we pour our passion into crafting meals that are not only nutritious but also bursting with flavour. What's in it for you? Supportive Environment: Work alongside passionate individuals in our Banyo, Brisbane office. Benefits: Enjoy perks like secure onsite parking, product discounts, and access to our free onsite gym. Meaningful Work: Help provide delicious, healthy meals to time-strapped individuals and those dedicated to wellness. Job Description The Role: The Assistant Purchasing Officer is responsible for ensuring the materials for manufacturing demands are sourced, ordered and available at the required times. You will be an o rganised individual who is a natural problem solver, has exceptional Excel skills and has the ability to adapt within a fluid environment. liaising with the Inventory Controller and utilising stock data to determine requirements for the manufacturing departments on a daily schedule. create requirement purchase plan that ensures a smooth flow of materials, taking the supplier lead times into account. build and maintain robust relationships with suppliers and internal customers. working with the Technical / Quality team to implement improvements throughout the purchasing & supply chain processes produce accurate and timely paperwork flow with a sound attention to detail utilising and maintaining excel documents for ordering /planning purposes ensuring invoices and delivery documents are accurately attached and providing accurate reports for Accounts Payable promptly report any supplier-related issues to the procurement team and offer constructive feedback as needed About you: proven experience in a similar role strong knowledge of Microsoft 365 and associated programs intermediate or advanced knowledge in excel is critical willing to learn and operate software to improve the business. knowledge of purchasing processes with an ability to understand critical financial metrics. understanding of purchasing and inventory control principles solid numerical skills and recognising number patterns and connections. high attention to detail and can demonstrate ability to learn new processes quickly capable of working in a high-pressure environment ability to be adaptable and respond quickly to changing needs in a demanding environment strong critical thinking and troubleshooting skills. Join Our Team If you're an Australian Citizen or Resident with a passion for purchasing, customer service and a drive to make a positive impact within an FMCG Food Manufacturing industry, we want to hear from you Take the first step toward a rewarding career with Lite n' Easy and click APPLY NOW. • Fri, 17 MayLite n'Easy
Executive Assistant/Office Manager » Sydney, NSW - and support networks.The RoleYour eligibility for this position will depend on your demonstrated experience as an EA/Office..., you should have over two years of EA/Office Coordinator experience, preferably in larger, fast-moving organisations... • Tue, 14 MayRobert Half$45 - 50 per hour
Executive Assistant/Office Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Company Our client is passionately committed to securing optimal retirement outcomes for its members and serving as a reliable super partner within the communities they operate. If you're ready to make a real impact and contribute to a company deeply invested to their stakeholders, then this opportunity is tailor-made for you Through a boots-on-the-ground approach, our client's regional offices actively engage with the communities and workplaces of our members, nurturing robust connections and support networks. The Role Your eligibility for this position will depend on your demonstrated experience as an EA/Office Coordinator, encompassing the following key responsibilities: - Handling a high volume of calls with a professional phone manner - Assist with general administration tasks as required. - Managing various administrative tasks for stakeholders, such as monitoring their inboxes, responding to emails, managing calendars, drafting confidential correspondence, and arranging travel. - Planning and coordinating schedules, ensuring all commitments are followed up on. - Attending client meetings to take minutes and track action items, as needed. - Prioritizing conflicting needs and handling matters efficiently to completion. - Communicating directly with clients on behalf of the stakeholders to maintain positive relationships. - Conducting research and providing information and solutions - Providing project administration support to special counsel and other subject matter experts. - Assisting with maintaining professional memberships and training requirements. - Building effective relationships with firm leadership and staff. - Supporting business development initiatives and marketing-related events. - Organizing travel and accommodation for ANZ partners and staff. - Performing any other duties as required About you To thrive in this position, you should have over two years of EA/Office Coordinator experience, preferably in larger, fast-moving organisations. With strong communication, decision-making, and problem-solving abilities, you excel at prioritizing tasks in fast-paced settings, managing diaries, and travel efficiently. Known for your attention to detail and adaptability, you consistently deliver high-quality work while adhering to the firm's values. Your exceptional interpersonal skills, meeting deadlines promptly, and proficiency in MS Office and other computer programs are also notable attributes. What's on offer? - Personal and professional development opportunities - Benefit from the collaboration of a skilled, motivated team of professionals. - Flexible work arrangements - Make a meaningful impact and help members achieve exceptional retirement outcomes. - Enjoy a fantastic workplace atmosphere characterized by a vibrant and inclusive culture. To Apply Interested in applying? We'd like to hear from you Simply, send us your resume by clicking on the apply button below. Please note your application will be assessed within 3 working days and we will only get in touch with shortlisted applicants. Robert Half Ltd is committed to equal opportunity and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of categories protected under local law. By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Tue, 14 MayRobert Half
Office Assistant | Personal Assistant » Burwood, Burwood Area - Seeking a switched on Administrator who has a passion for the property construction industry and likes to make sure things are in order About Them: My client is an established builder developer with a solid reputation in the Sydney market. With 40 years industry experience, delivering diverse communities consisting of a mix of B2S and B2R developments, retail and commercial projects. They are ICIRT rated property company with a very strong pipeline of work offering opportunities to progress as the company grows. The Role: General office admin duties: weekly grocery order, maintain office supplies and stationary order, collect mail daily, monitor Reception inbox, liaise with Initial Hygiene regarding bathroom contract, answering office phone line, car park register, ordering of uniforms and hard hat’s ensuring ample stock and managing plant hire contract Day-to-day cleaning and direction of head office cleaning company Monthly reconciliation of Corporate and Personal credit cards Maintain databases, registers, schedules as required. Manage correspondence as directed by Executive Assistant. Coordinate documentation for processing of payments as required. Maintain filing, company records and archiving as required. Work with the Head of People & Culture to organise internal company events internally and externally. Assist in the coordination of the onboarding process e.g. preparing welcome packs for new employees. Assist with maintenance of company fleet of vehicles; including registration and servicing. Personal Assistant Assist Executive Assistant with personal errands and day to day requirements of the Directors and family members as required; ordering coffee and lunch, restaurant bookings, dry cleaning. Maintain personal cars; registration, insurance and servicing People & Culture Comply with Code of Conduct and Workplace Behaviour policies. Perform as a productive member of the team. Manage self-performance, self-reflection, self-development, and correction. HSE: Comply with and ensure safe work practices are carried out in accordance with all legislative requirements, company HSE systems, policies and procedures. Lead and drive a culture of safety first. Ensure systems and process are in place to effectively identify and assess HSE risk and determine appropriate controls. Quality: Adhere to Australian statutory and compliance requirements. Comply with and ensure project works are in accordance with company policies, plans and procedures. Lead and drive a “Built with Pride” culture. Experience 3 years in a business support role. Experience in property, construction, architecture, or related industry Intermediate to advanced capability in cloud-based business applications and systems. Intermediate to advanced level MS office applications (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint). If this sounds like a role you are interested in, please send your CV to Natalie Kotzias via the links next to this ad • Mon, 13 MayACRWORLD

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