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Payroll Officer » Australia - Payroll Officer | Permanent | Circa. $80,000 Superannuation | North Brisbane| Full time Core Talent are partnering with a business to bring on board a dedicated payroll officer to manage the end to end payroll processing for their Australian operation. You will be: Processing weekly payroll on MYOB Interpreting EBAs Interpreting hours from manual timesheeting process This role would suit an experienced payroll officer who is happy to come in and take ownership of the end-to-end payroll processing. Working in a small team, you should be self-motivated and able to manage your time effectively. • Sat, 25 MayCore Talent Pty Ltd
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Quality Assurance Officer » Australia - Quality Assurance Officer Permanent Full-Time Position Hybrid working flexibility in a central CBD location... Assurance Officer you are integral to the success of V/Line’s People & Integrity Group. You will ensure the effective management... • Sun, 09 JunV/Line
Business Unit Support Officer » Leederville, WA - Perth, WA - . About the role We have a fixed term opportunity until May 2025 for a Business Unit Support Officer. You’ll provide high level... Officer or 9420 2000. To read our diversity and inclusion statement, please... • Sun, 09 JunWater Corporation
Land and Tenure Officer (Cairns) » Cairns, QLD - Stanely Contact details 0409 348 601 Access the Temporary Full Time Land and Tenure Officer position available up to 22... would love to hear from you and discuss the role further. The role of the Land and Tenure Officer is to develop, implement... • Sun, 09 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer BD » Brisbane, QLD - Principal Project Officer role will analyse complex intellectual property and implement governance structures to ensure... projects. The Principal Project Officer will promote the translation of Intellctual property into better health outcomes... • Sun, 09 JunQueensland Government

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A04 Program Engagement Officer » Townsville, QLD - AO4 Program Engagement Officer temporary contract opportunity through till 11 December 2026. This role is based in... Townsville QLD. The Role: The AO4 Program Engagement Officer will play a crucial role in supporting the Customer... • Sun, 09 JunSharp & Carter$55 per hour
Credit Officer » Australia - Ideal Candidate Previous experience in a similar Credit Officer role within a medium/large organisation... • Sun, 09 JunSharp & Carter$75000 per year
AO3 Administration Officer » Brisbane, QLD - AO3 Administration Officer Brisbane CBD | Immediate Start | Great Hourly Rate We currently have multiple AO3... Administration Officer positions working within a busy Government Department in Brisbane CBD. Commencing ASAP, this is a temporary... • Sun, 09 JunEmpire Group
PACE Project Officer » Sydney, NSW - Saint Leonards, NSW - Project Officer, PACE Agency for Clinical Innovation Join an organisation passionate about delivering improved... to What you will be doing The Project Officer, Project Acceleration, Coordination & Enablement (PACE) Team will work on a range of allocated... • Sun, 09 JunNSW Health$106142 - 125241 per year
Senior Administration Officer, VET » Broome, WA - Senior Administration Officer, Vocational Education & Training Based on the Broome Campus Full-time, Continuing... • Sun, 09 JunUniversity of Notre Dame Australia
Project Officer - Conduct and Integrity Office » Sydney, NSW - Project Officer - Conduct and Integrity Office Employment Type: Full time (35 hours per week) Duration: Continuing... and integrity. The Project Officer plays a key role in providing practical and efficient project and change management support... • Sun, 09 JunUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management$96960 - 103434 per year
Lending Officer (Self Employed) » Brisbane, QLD - Join Suncorp as Lending Officer (Self Employed) and take the lead in evaluating and assessing risk for Home Lending... • Sun, 09 JunSuncorp
School Officer » Glen Forrest, WA - information systems to ensure they are accurate and up-to-date, along with general word processing tasks. As the School Officer... • Sun, 09 JunGovernment of Western Australia$66449 - 71191 per year
Water Planning & Delivery Officer South (Albury, Buronga, Deniliquin, Dubbo, Leeton, Wagga Wagga) » New South Wales - Ready to make a splash in your career? WaterNSW is seeking an experienced Water Planning & Delivery Officer South (Full... • Sun, 09 JunWaterNSW
Teaching and Learning Support Officer » Dutton Park, QLD - administration officer. Support our teaching team, which oversees diverse programs in clinical telehealth and digital health... • Sat, 08 JunThe University of Queensland$77396 - 86029 per year
Administration Officer - McAuley College, BEAUDESERT » Brisbane, QLD - Commencing 8th July 2024 Continuing | Full Time School Officer Level 3 - $33.17 per hour Estimated start..., range or hourly rate: School Officer Level 3 - $33.17 per hour / Employment conditions: Diocesan Catholic Education Employing... • Sat, 08 JunBrisbane Catholic School$33.17 per hour
Accounts Officer - Audiology » Port Melbourne, VIC - We have an exciting opportunity for an expert Stock Reconciliation Officer to join our dynamic and supportive Audiology Finance team... • Sat, 08 JunSpecsavers
Water Monitoring Officer - Bega » New South Wales - Ready to make a splash in your career? WaterNSW is seeking an experienced Water Monitoring Officer (Full Time... • Sat, 08 JunWaterNSW
Senior Security Officer » Westmead, NSW - Sydney, NSW - Type: Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Senior Security Officer Remuneration: $63,725.98 - $65,181.77 per annum Hours... be doing As the Team Leader you will: Perform the role of the security officer and in addition lead a team of security... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$63725.98 - 65181.77 per year
Sales Support Officer » Keith, SA - , and resilience across all parts of the business. About the role We are looking for a Sales Support Officer to join the growing... • Sat, 08 JunElders
Executive Officer » Hobart, TAS - , and to the Chief Information and Technology Officer, particularly in areas of budget reporting and monitoring, purchasing... Officer, including the preparation of reports, briefing notes, and correspondence. Essential Requirements Pre-Employment... • Sat, 08 JunTasmanian Government$96584 - 101313 per year
Administration Officer » West Ipswich, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - Start a new journey with us! The role of the Administration Officer is to support the Nurse Unit Manager and Clinical... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Principal Policy Officer, Crime Prevention and Policy Reform » Melbourne, VIC - : As the Principal Policy Officer, you will assist the Manager and Senior Manager of the Crime Prevention and Policy Reform... • Sat, 08 JunState Government of Victoria$130673 - 174869 per year
Accounts Officer - Audiology » Port Melbourne, VIC - We have an exciting opportunity for an expert Stock Reconciliation Officer to join our dynamic and supportive Audiology Finance team... • Sat, 08 JunSpecsavers
Senior Policy Officer » Melbourne, VIC - to improve women's safety. About the Role: As the Senior Policy Officer, you will be responsible to ensure sound policy... • Sat, 08 JunCorrections Victoria$106534 - 128897 per year
Administration Officer » Ravenhall, VIC - : Bendigo Kangan Institute is one of Victoria's largest TAFE providers. As an Enrolment Officer, you'll play a vital role in... • Sat, 08 JunBendigo Kangan Institute$72652.83 - 78886.59 per year
Accounts Officer - Audiology » Port Melbourne, VIC - We have an exciting opportunity for an expert Stock Reconciliation Officer to join our dynamic and supportive Audiology Finance team... • Sat, 08 JunSpecsavers
Administrative & Contracts Support Officer » Rosedale, SA - for an Administrative & Contracts Support Officer to be part of our SARDI & Major Programs Division within the Department of Primary... reception duties. The Administrative & Contracts Support Officer is responsible for ensuring that administrative services... • Sat, 08 JunGovernment of South Australia
Customer Service Despatch Officer » New South Wales - ’ active and upcoming projects. Specifically, the officer will focus on building strong relationships with external... with stakeholders. About the role: The AO4 Program Engagement Officer will play a crucial role in supporting the Customer... • Sat, 08 Jun
Administration Support Officer » Townsville, QLD - seeking an Administration Support Officer to join their team on a fixed term temporary full-time basis, up to 03/11/2024... Administration Support Officer will lead and provide effective and efficient high-level administrative support, including the... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Credit Officer » Adelaide, SA - to grow your career at Elders and wear the pink shirt. About the role We are looking for a Credit Officer to join the... Elders team on, full-time, 12-month fixed term contract. As a Credit Officer, you will support the credit team through... • Sat, 08 JunElders
Principal Officer - Audit and Investigation (Health Mgr Lvl 4) - Perm FT » Warwick Farm, NSW - Sydney, NSW - where you will be required to undertake complex investigations, reviews, and assessments. The role of Principal Officer, Audit and Investigations... which operate in an all-inclusive, supportive, and flexible working environment. What You'll be Doing The Principal Officer Audit... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$137173 - 163431 per year
Warehouse Officer » Northern Territory - We have an exciting opportunity for an Warehouse Officer to assist our Darwin Operations! Northern Territory... We have an exciting opportunity for an Administration Officer to assist our Darwin Operations. Christchurch, New Zealand 7 Jul 2024... • Sat, 08 JunQube
Administration Officer » Brisbane, QLD - We are seeking a dedicated Administration Officer to support the Queensland Digital Academy (QDA) in Metro North Health... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Quality Compliance Officer » Perth, WA - future. Your new role as Quality Compliance Officer will see you assist the Quality Department implement and drive the... • Sat, 08 JunQantas
Quality Assurance Officer » Henderson, WA - Business Management System to the Anzac SPO BMS this is a key and busy opportunity. The Quality Assurance Officer... • Sat, 08 JunBabcock
Speech Pathology Project (Administrative Officer Level 3) » Sydney, NSW - Caringbah, NSW - Employment Type: Temporary Part Time until 30 June 2025 Position Classification: Administrative Officer Level 3... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$33.3 - 34.34 per hour
Payroll Officer » Adelaide, SA - finance team as Payroll Officer. With values that focus on giving back to the community, this college prides itself on the... • Sat, 08 JunEntree Recruitment
Testing Officer Level 2 » Brisbane, QLD - An A05 Testing Officer - Level 2 vacancy is available in the Technology Division of the Queensland Revenue Office. The... to the core QRO business systems. In the role of Testing Officer Level 2, you will apply your testing skills to develop... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Policy Officer » Melbourne, VIC - . About the Role: As the Policy Officer, you will work closely with the Manager and other team members to assist with the... • Sat, 08 JunState Government of Victoria$92332 - 104762 per year
Senior Policy Officer » Melbourne, VIC - . About the Role: As the Senior Policy Officer, you will be responsible to ensure sound policy and strategy advice is provided... • Sat, 08 JunState Government of Victoria$106534 - 128897 per year
Taxation Officer | Two Temporary Vacancies » Brisbane, QLD - and Taxation Services team as a Taxation Officer! We currently have two temporary full-time roles offer the chance to prepare... 16,000 taxpayers. As a Taxation Officer within the Investment Advisory and Taxation Services team, your primary responsibility... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Classroom School Officer - Sophia College, PLAINLAND » Brisbane, QLD - Commencing Term 3, 2024 Semester 2 Contract School Officer - Level 3 Step 1 - $33.17 per hour Estimated start... - required to work Monday to Friday. Salary level, range or hourly rate: School Officer - Level 3 Step 1 - $33.17 per hour... • Sat, 08 JunBrisbane Catholic School
Business Transformation Officer » Brisbane, QLD - As the Principal Project Officer (Process and Change Management) you will play a pivotal role in driving organisational... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Accounts Payable Officer - Maternity Leave » Parramatta, NSW - exceptional service. About the role Reporting to the Accounts Payable Supervisor, the Accounts payable officer role... • Sat, 08 JunParramatta Leagues
Lending Officer (ECV) » Brisbane, QLD - and processing credit variations for our valued customers. As an ECV Lending Officer, you will have the opportunity to handle... • Sat, 08 JunSuncorp
Industry Development Officer » Adelaide, SA - Officer About us: The Department for Energy and Mining (DEM) leads the global transformation economy, overseeing the... • Sat, 08 JunGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
Administrative Officer » Brisbane, QLD - Step into the role of Administrative Officer within our Taxation Unit, part of the Investment Advisory and Taxation... within a government department? As an Administrative Officer in our Taxation Unit, you will play a vital role in supporting the taxation... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Medical Workforce - JMO Administration Officer » Sydney, NSW - Randwick, NSW - Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Administration Officer Level 5 Remuneration... looking for a dedicated individual to join our team. Where you'll be working The Medical Workforce – Junior Medical Officer (JMO) Unit... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$73551.21 - 75219.36 per year
Administration Officer » Clayton, VIC - Clayton South, VIC - Service Streams Utilities Business Unit is currently seeking an Administration Officer based at the Clayton South Office... • Sat, 08 JunService Stream
APS5 Provider Engagement Officer » Launceston, TAS - Geelong, VIC - . A new role awaits The Provider Engagement Branch has an opportunity for an APS5 Provider Engagement Officer... Engagement Officer is responsible for supporting providers to operate successfully in the Scheme. The successful candidate... • Sat, 08 JunNational Disability Insurance Agency$83453 - 89839 per year
Tourism & Events Officer » Cunnamulla, Paroo Area - The Position This role is to perform provide frontline Tourism services at the Cunnamulla Fella Centre, to work as part of a team to plan and deliver events within the local community and promote businesses and attractions within the Paroo Shire. Selection Criteria Ability to model safe WHS behaviour in the workplace; Ability to ensure all services, programs and events are delivered in a safe and healthy manner; Ability to participate in the planning and implementation of tourism services; Ability to ensure all services are delivered in a professional and timely manner; Ability to participate in the planning and delivery of Tourism Events and provide support to ensure they are delivered in line with the event plan; Ability to participate in post event reviews to appraise the event’s success; Ability to promote local businesses and tourism offerings to relevant community members and visitors; and Ability to provide a high level of communication and customer service to the community and all workers at Council. Experience & Qualifications Knowledge of or an ability to quickly grasp and understanding of the tourism and visitor information requirements for the Paroo Shire; Prior experience providing customer service role through Tourism, Retail, Business or Administration; Strong interest in Tourism is essential, enthusiastic about sharing knowledge of the local area and confidence in public speaking; Good communication and interpersonal skills, both verbally and written, with the ability to provide timely courteous customer service while representing Council; Experience and understanding of the importance of working within a team and autonomously; Experience in Microsoft Office, databases and operating standard office equipment, computers and the internet; Experience with creating/updating websites and social media an advantage; Commitment and uphold Council Code of Conduct, Workplace Health and Safety and Anti-Discrimination policies; Ability to legally operate a motor vehicle under a ‘C’ Class Queensland Drivers Licence or higher is an essential requirement for this position; Blue Card (Working with Children) essential; and Formal qualifications in Event Management and/or Tourism highly regarded. Benefits A competitive remuneration package is offered of $59,700, plus allowances. 5 weeks annual leave with 17.5% loading 9 days fortnight Uniforms provided. A position description is available below. To apply please email your resume, cover letter outlining your experiences of the selection criteria and application form to hrparoo.qld.gov.au For further information please contact the HR Officer on 07 4655 8400. Please note we can only consider your application if you are eligible to work in Australia. • Sat, 08 JunParoo Shire Council
Rural Lands Officer » Yowah, Paroo Area - The Bulloo Shire is located in the far Southwest corner of Outback Queensland and covers an area of 73,600 square kilometers (4.26%), making it the third largest Shire in the State. We are a modern-day Council, that is consistently focused on improving our facilities, venues, infrastructure and plant. This Council is committed to supporting growth and development in our Shire and not let our towns become a casualty of limited employment, and declining population. THE POSITION Council is seeking the services of a person to fill the position of Rural Lands Officer with the Bulloo Shire Council. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing a broad range of regulatory functions both physically and administratively in the areas of Biosecurity Management, Stock Route Management and Town Common operations. Short listed Applicants will be subject to a National Police check conducted by Qld Police ABOUT YOU: As the successful applicant you will have previous experience in providing an understanding of compliance of relevant acts, local laws, invasive pest and animal management, knowledge of water and stock management is essential. Training may be provided depending on level of experience. Qualifications and experience in the use of fluoroacetate (1080) for the purpose of wild dog management is essential along with Agricultural Chemical Distribution Control (ACDC). Have vaccinations up to date including Q-Fever/Tetanus/Hepatitis A & B. Have a weapons Licence category A & B. Applicants must be proficient in the use of computer software, in particular, spreadsheets, mapping and relevant apps. Strong communication and skills including report writing must also be demonstrated. The ability to effectively communicate with landholders is essential. WHAT IS NEXT: For more information on the requirements of the position, please visit If" rel"noopener noreferrer nofollow">https://www.bulloo.qld.gov.au If you are interested in this role and like more information, please contact Human Resources on 07 4621 8000 Applications Close 19th June 4pm 2024 • Fri, 07 JunBulloo Shire Council
Senior Engineering Officer » New South Wales, Australia - Are you looking for a rewarding career where you can grow and develop while having the benefit of living in an idyllic North Coast location? Here at Clarence Valley Council, we strive to be a progressive employer that offers a rewarding and flexible work environment. Our vision is to create a community full of opportunity and our workforce is where we start to achieve our community aspirations. Located in the Northern Rivers of NSW, we cover 10,441 square kilometres with the three major community hubs of Grafton, Yamba and Maclean. We are one of the biggest employers in the Valley and can offer you a rewarding career and a new lifestyle. Our goal is to be the employer of choice in the Valley, creating opportunities for those who live here already and for those who want to move here. We are in an exciting period of transformation with a focus on employee engagement, satisfaction and delivering exceptional services and facilities for the community. So come and join the team while enjoying all that Clarence Valley has to offer you and your family. Learn more about living in the Clarence Valley here . What you need to know permanent full time - 70 hours per fortnight the package: $79,088 - $94,314 plus superannuation, per annum location - Grafton flexible working arrangements enjoy the benefits of flex time access to fitness passport assistance with relocation expenses About the role Clarence Valley Council is seeking applications from a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill the role of Senior Engineering Officer. You will be working in our Water Cycle Team assisting our Water and Sewer Operations staff in the areas of Capital Works, programmed maintenance, environmental and WHS compliance. We are looking for someone who has suitable experience in the water industry with a broad knowledge of Local Water Utility water and sewer operations, tendering and procurement along with project management skills. Download the position description here . Contact Aaron Armstrong, Acting Water & Sewer Operations Coordinator on (02) 6645 0303 Closing date Tuesday 2 July 2024 at 11.30 pm (NSW time). Other important information This position is located at Council's Rushforth Road Works Depot, however, this may change should business needs identify other work locations to be more appropriate to deliver our services in the future. A probation period applies to this position. How to apply: All applications must be lodged online via Council's website www.clarence.nsw.gov.au . Attachments such as certificates and licences must be combined into one document before you attach them to your application. For further information about the selection process including tips on how to address the selection criteria please refer to the Careers page on the Clarence Valley Council website. • Fri, 07 JunClarence Valley Council
Office Coordinator » Sydney, Sydney Region - Elevate your career with a prominent wealth management and stockbroking firm in Sydney CBD. Ensure every guest to their offices has a fantastic experience as the welcoming face of the organisation. You’ll be responsible for engaging with clients at the reception desk, orchestrating events, and ensuring seamless office operations. What's in it for you? $75,000-$85,000 super discretionary bonus; Work Monday-Friday – 8am-4pm; Supportive and friendly work environment; Offices located centrally in Sydney CBD close to public transport; Experience a dynamic role where each day brings new challenges and opportunities; Contribute to a company that gives back through its charitable foundation; Join an organisation renowned for its exceptional client service standards; Engage in a vibrant and social workplace with various internal and external events; and Utilise volunteering leave to make a positive impact in the community. The Role: Serve as the primary point of contact for all visitors entering the Sydney office; Efficiently manage inbound calls and inquiries, providing assistance as needed; Maintain and organise meeting room schedules, ensuring readiness for client meetings; Assist in preparing presentations for both client and internal meetings; Coordinate and oversee various internal staff events, fostering a positive workplace culture; Collaborate with internal teams to provide support for client events and initiatives; Manage office supplies and procurement, ensuring adequate stock levels; and Foster and manage relationships with building management, overseeing repairs and maintenance. The Ideal Candidate: Experience in a front-of-house or office coordinator role within a corporate organisation; Excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills; Intermediate knowledge of Word, Excel, and Outlook; A natural problem solver with a pro-active attitude; and Ability to pivot to the changing needs of the business and multitask. How to Apply For more information or a confidential discussion please call Madie Brunt at u&u on 02 8245 7914 quoting reference number 36850 . At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u’s opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. • Fri, 07 Junu&u Recruitment
Accounts Officer » Archerfield, Brisbane - Accounts Payable Officer | Archerfield | Temporary Start immediately; an excellent AP role on an ongoing temp basis. We are looking to engage an experienced accounts payable officer, ideally with experience working across multiple entities to manage end to end accounts payable including payment runs using MS Dynamics. You will need prior AP experience to be considered and strong Excel skills. These roles are fully site based, and there is free parking on site. Hours of work are 8:30 - 5pm. To be considered, please apply ASAP • Thu, 06 JunCore Talent Pty Ltd
Corporate Risk & Safety Officer » Broken Hill Region, New South Wales - Council is seeking a suitably qualified applicant to fill the permanent full-time Corporate Risk & Safety Officer role. This position assists with Council’s coordinated, systematic approach to corporate risk management and commitment to continuous improvement in Workplace Health and Safety. Job Description Reporting directly to the Manager Corporate Risk, you will provide assistance to managers and supervisors across Council to ensure all employees understand Council’s enterprise risk management policy, framework, procedures, record keeping and reporting requirements for day-to-day business operations, projects and management of Councils insurable risks. We are seeking suitable applicants that can assist the Corporate Risk/Workplace Health & Safety Team with the ongoing development and administration of Council’s Enterprise Risk Management and Workplace Health and Safety Management Systems. The ideal candidate will possess and be able to demonstrate the following: A ‘can do’ attitude focused on delivering outcomes. Commitment to a values and behaviours leadership model and preparedness to ‘Play your Role’. Building a culture where the ‘organisation-wide’ adopted values and behaviours of the organisation are championed. Commitment to embracing Council’s customer service framework and to ‘Think like the Customer’. Commitment to continuous improvement and embracing change. Have a commitment to the liveability of our community. Benefits of working for Council include: Generous Award Conditions including 5 weeks of annual leave Paid Long Service Leave after 5 years of continuous service Corporate Health and well-being programs Employee growth and career development opportunities Salary packaging options Social Clubs Appointment will be subject to: Pre-employment Medical National Police and Background Check Reference Checks Job reference: BHCC-RSK-05 Please see attached Corporate Risk & Safety Officer job description Any questions about the role can be directed to Scott Howe, Manager Corporate Risk, on (08) 8080 3399. • Thu, 06 JunBroken Hill City Council
Planning and Development Technical Officer » Ingham, Hinchinbrook Area - Ongoing Full time Our Region Ingham is uniquely positioned just over an hour north of Townsville and approximately three hours south of Cairns and is within the tropical paradise of the Hinchinbrook Shire. With Ingham at its centre, the region is surrounded by rugged mountain ranges, giant waterfalls, the Great Barrier Reef, wild beaches and tropical islands. It’s a place where breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife, world-class fishing experiences, delicious, locally sourced food, inspirational art and 60,000 years of culture are all weaved into one incredible story: The Hinchinbrook Way. The Opportunity Deliver planning and development services to the Council, public, and external agencies in a professional, efficient, and confidential manner, fostering strong working relationships. The Planning and Development Technical Officer is responsible for the timely and accurate assessment and processing of development applications and land and tenure requests, providing customer advice and assisting in development of planning and development projects. To be successful, you will demonstrate personal attributes that are consistent with Councils values of Integrity, People Focused, Excellence and Sustainability and you will possess the following: Skills and Qualifications: Knowledge and understanding of the relevant legislation, regulations and governing law surrounding planning, development and land dealings; Effective verbal and written communication skills through preparation of reports, emails and ability to communicate in an authoritative and diplomatic manner; Apply sound problem-solving skills and have the ability to research, compile and present accurate and thorough notices, reports and communications with identifiable outcomes and evidence-based decision making. Well-developed organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise workload. Demonstrated ability to work with limited supervision, showing initiative and sound judgement. Certificate IV, Diploma or equivalent in a field related to planning, development, building or land dealings will be highly regarded or willingness to attain. Graduate or post-graduate qualifications in town planning will be highly desired. Our Council Hinchinbrook Shire Council is one of the largest employers in the region with approximately 200 employees working across multiple technical, administrative, operational and senior management roles. Our team enjoys a fair, equitable and flexible workplace so that our staff can enjoy the many attractions and events that come with living in the Hinchinbrook community. Council offers favourable working conditions including a nine-day fortnight for most roles, generous superannuation and leave entitlements. What Council Offers (Hours dependant on role): 72.5-hour fortnight with roster variations depending on the position (9-day fortnight - RDOs in accordance with Council policy) Up to 12.5% Superannuation employer contribution for contributing members 5 weeks annual leave plus 17.5% annual leave loading 15 days paid sick/parental leave Salary Packaging options Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Accredited Mental Health First Aid Officers Annual Flu vaccinations Skin Checks Uniforms and PPE supplied General Salary Information Stream A Level 4 $78,711 - $84,186 per annum plus superannuation. Working Conditions and Physical Requirements Pre-employment screening includes Medicals, Drug and Alcohol Testing, and Criminal History Checks to ensure capability to perform the inherent requirements of the role. How to Apply To submit your application, click 'Apply For Job' and follow the steps. Provide a resume and a maximum 2-page cover letter outlining your relevant suitability and experience. Closing Date: Monday 17 June 2024 Applications that do not meet the above requirements may not be shortlisted. The advertisement will be closed either when a successful applicant is identified or on the closing date, whichever is sooner. For More Information: Thank you for your consideration and interest in this position. For a confidential discussion, contact Regulatory Services Manager, Paul Cohen on 07 4776 4600. Hinchinbrook Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and disadvantaged job seekers are encouraged to apply. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position. • Thu, 06 JunHinchinbrook Shire Council
OFFICE MANAGER » Acacia Ridge, Brisbane - RECRUITAUSTRALIA.COM PTY LTD INDUSTRY SPECIALIST - ENGINEERING, CNC & TECHNICAL TRADES REF NUMBER - 1309 Acacia Ridge area Start now. Office Manager Administration Working hrs 8.30am-5.00pm Great opportunity to join a successful company that provides specialty machines to the manufacturing industry around Australia. With branches Australia wide they need an Office Manager - Administration specialsist to manage a small team that service Australia. Reporting to the Operations Manager your key responsibilities will be to implement the right processes and practices across the office administration operations. Co-ordinate and provide administration support to both the sales and service departments and the Directors of the business. Some of your accountabilities are: Develop and improve operational management systems, processes, and best practices. Communicate job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions of administration staff. Support worker communication with the management team. Maintain safe and healthy work environment. Work closely with the Operations Manager. Work closely with the Operations Manager. Co-ordinate and manage work flow. Overview and manage timely updates of timelines for purchase orders. Manage general office procurement - stationery, consumables, kitchen supplies. Ensure filing systems are maintained and current. Establish, improve, and monitor procedures for record-keeping. Supervising and assisting where necessary to ensure all duties of the Administration team. Delegating tasks to team members as required. Familiarity with office management procedures and accounting principles. Oversee and supervise the administration team. This is a great opportunity to join a growing and successful business. TO APPLY YOU SHOULD HAVE THE FOLLOWING SKILLS: Administration skills High attention to detail Excellent communications skills (verbal and written) Ability to manage an admin team Customer service and Communication skills Excellent people skills. Great Opportunity for driven individuals who are looking for a long term and rewarding role with a strong stable company. Send resume to: Craig Bayley Via the APPLY button Phone 03 9696 6520 - 7 days - 9am to 9pm All enquirers are confidential. Your details will not be given to our client and your current employer will not be contacted without your consent. Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn www.facebook.com/recruitaustralia www.linkedin.com/company/recruitaustralia IND CNC RECRUITAUSTRALIA.COM INDUSTRY SPECIFIC SPECIALIST ENGINEERING, CNC & TECHNICAL TRADES ACCOUNTING & ADMINISTRATION SALES & MARKETING MANAGEMENT IT & TELECOMMUNICATIONS. FOOD. MANUFACTURING. AEROSPACE. DEFENCE. RAIL. • Wed, 05 JunRecruit Australia
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.
Planning Support Officer (0.6 FTE) » Mansfield Area, Shepparton Region - Mansfield Shire Council is looking for an enthusiastic, experienced and community focused individual to take up the of Planning Support Officer role. The Planning Support Officer will provide a range of administration support functions to the Planning Department to meet operational, strategic, and statutory requirements. Reporting to the Coordinator Statutory Planning. The responsibilities of the role will include, provide administration duties for application registration, records management and customer contact aspects of Council strategic planning and development approvals (planning and subdivision) service, assist with the coordination of planning enquiries, and assist the planning officers to ensure planning applications are complete when submitted. Remuneration will be based on Band 4 classification $66,826.81 (pro rata) per annum plus superannuation of the Mansfield Shire Council Enterprise Agreement 2022. This is a Fixed Term, Part Time (0.6FTE) role till the 30 November 2024. For more information about this role please refer to the position description and the Information for Applicants page of Council's website here . For a confidential discussion regarding the position please contact Nicole Embling, Coordinator Statutory Planning on 5775 8524. • Wed, 05 JunMansfield Shire Council
Organisational Development and Learning Support Officer » Picton, Wollondilly Area - Picton location Permanent Full Time, 35 hours per week Salary from $1,217.56 per week 11% Superannuation Flexible and hybrid working arrangements We have an exciting opportunity for a Organisational Development and learning administrative superstar to join our People and Wellbeing Team. If you are highly motivated, have excellent attention to detail and accuracy and incredible customer service, 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 10% 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 Reporting to the Senior Organsiaitnal Development and Learning Officer you will provide assistance and support with all organisational development and Corporate and WHS learning functions as required in order to ensure delivery of operational and strategic objectives. The successful applicant will need to demonstrate their competency for the position by meeting the following essential criteria: Relevant Tertiary Qualifications in Business Administration and/or relevant administrative experience. Demonstrated experience providing high level administrative support, with exceptional time management and attention to detail. Strong Microsoft Office Skills and the ability to learn new programs and systems. Demonstrated experience to plan, prioritise, think and solve problems, in a positive and proactive manner. Demonstrated experience providing high level customer service across all levels of the organisation in a timely, accurate and professional manner. Current Drivers licence. Further Information : Renee Jakovich, Senior Organisational Development & Learning Officer 4677 9685. Closing Date: 5:00pm Monday, 17 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 2023 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 ] • Wed, 05 JunWollondilly Shire Council
People Safety Officer » North Casino, Richmond Valley - IT'S SAFE TO SAY THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY The primary purpose of the role is to provide efficient and effective delivery of Council’s Safety Management System, and support for Worker’s Compensation. Driving a positive safety culture within the organisation. Key Accountabilities: Deliver and support Council’s Safety Management System, including auditing, programs, document control, incident management, investigations, compliance and reporting Maintain systems and utilise technology, including providing training to end-users, reviewing, and streamlining existing processes and procedures to achieve efficiencies and effectively utilise these systems Accurate and efficient data input and records management using a range of Council data capture devices and systems in accordance with relevant policies, procedures and legislation Undertake thorough inspections of worksites, ensuring they meet the relevant safety requirements and any information provided to the team is of a high standard. Contribute to continuous improvement initiatives and services provided by the role and team to ensure effective, efficient and safe delivery of objectives and maximise utilisation of resources Champion a positive safety culture within the organisation to ensure a safe workplace for our people and the community by monitoring compliance with policies, procedures, legislation, specifications, projects plans, and any other documentation required About You We are looking for motivated individual with strong administration skills and a safety-first focus. You are - Equipped with a sound knowledge of how WHS legislation is applied in the work place Continuously look for ways improve our safety culture and systems to provide the best outcome for our staff and our community Flexible, adaptable and responsive to change and can work well within a small team and autonomously We are seeking someone who has or is willing to obtain: Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety or equivalent and 3 years’ experience in a related environment Construction Induction Certificate (White Card) Class C Driver Licence Return to Work Coordinator training About the Role Full time: 70-hour fortnight Salary: Range from $70,148 to $80,667 pa 11% super Role Description: Click Here Closing date: 11:30pm Sunday, 23 June 2024 Contact: Josh Fuller, People Safety Coordinator - 0436 651 970 NOTE : As the activities of this position could involve exposure to Hepatitis A and B and Q Fever, the employee will be vaccinated against these hazards or required to provide proof of immunity against these diseases. About Richmond Valley The Richmond Valley LGA is the base of the Northern Rivers region of NSW; Tweed Heads, Byron Shire, Lismore Shire and Ballina Shire. The area is around three hours from Brisbane, less than an hour to Byron Bay and 30 minutes to Lismore. Richmond Valley and our surrounding areas are some of the most beautiful and desired in the country. Why wait in bumper-to-bumper traffic when you can drive past the gorgeous beaches, through rolling hills and fully embrace the benefits of regional living. Your "office" will range from beautiful coastal villages and country towns to vast fertile farm lands. The region's community is welcoming and friendly, which is why it has become a popular location for sea and tree changers who have had enough of traffic jams, congestion and long work hours. We are proud to have won multiple awards for our culture including: Outstanding Employer of the Year by NSW Northern Business Chamber, and Large Employer of the Year by Training NSW. Richmond Valley has a generous Leave Management Policy including three weeks sick leave, compassionate leave, and volunteer leave to name a few. Our Health & Wellbeing Program includes Fitness Passports, free yoga each week, free meditation and a fun Health & Wellbeing day alongside many other initiatives. We are a strong believer in developing those who want to learn more, master their field or enter a new one, our Learning & Development strategy supports professional growth that aligns to organisational need. Leadership is very important to Richmond Valley and we invest every year in our Leadership team with the aim of making all staff at Council empowered and engaged. Please visit Working With Us for more detail regarding benefits Richmond Valley Council has to offer and here for more information about the Regional Job Precincts. Our Values Integrity and Passion The Way We Do Business We lead by example. We take responsibility. We do what we say. We embrace change. We are community focused. We are in this together To Apply PLEASE NOTE: Once you start your online application, you cannot save and return to it later. You may wish to prepare your responses in a Word document and then copy and paste these into the fields below. Please review the Role Description , outlining the key responsibilities and requirements of the role. We encourage you to speak with the contact person listed above to understand whether this is the right role for you. Complete the questions below, demonstrating your skill, experience and interpersonal suitability for the role. Click " Next ". Attach your resume. (You may also attach a cover letter - this is optional). The names of your documents should not contain any characters other than letters, numbers and spaces. Click " Next ". Review your application to ensure everything is correct. Click " Confirm " to submit your application. • Wed, 05 JunRichmond Valley Council
Water Sensitive Urban Design Project Officer » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - 1 x Permanent / Full Time – 35 hours, 5 days per week Salary: $93,264.16 to $102,193.67pa super leaseback vehicle Location: 99 Rose Street, Liverpool Liverpool City Council is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic person to work with Council’s Environmental Operations Team in identifying, developing, and delivering maintenance programs for our green water urban sensitive design, natural and built assets. Liverpool City Council is committed to the protection, maintenance, and enhancing of the diverse range of natural assets that occur in the Local Government Area to improve water quality. ABOUT THE ROLE . In this role you will identify green assets conditions and develop and deliver maintenance projects to maintain the assets. The works will be carried out in both natural and constructed environments like wetlands, rain gardens, basins and riparian corridors. Some of these areas are classified as threatened ecological communities or are sensitive in nature. ABOUT YOU Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate their competency in the following essential areas: Tertiary or Diploma in one or more disciplines, Conservation and land management, Environmental Engineering Horticulture, Project management, Contract management or other relevant discipline. Valid Class C Drivers Licence General construction induction training (White card). Demonstrated experience in vegetation management and water quality improvements. Demonstrated experience in developing tender packages and ongoing contract management. Knowledge of Work Health and Safety practices, the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice and multi-cultural diversity BENEFIT OF WORKING WITH LCC? We will offer the successful applicant: Learning and development opportunities, including ongoing support and mentoring from senior members that are invested in your personal and professional success. Ability to accrue up to 2 days of flexitime leave per month, which equates to up to 24 days per year (Note: this is in addition to 4 weeks of annual leave per year). Competitive salary. Subsidised parking and a location within walking distance of Liverpool station. Health and wellbeing benefits including Health and Wellbeing Leave and access our Employee Assistance Program. Salary will be dependent upon the relevant skills, experience, and competencies of the successful applicant. For further information about the position please contact: Coordinator Environmental Operations, Steven Hodosi on (02) 8711 7032. For information regarding recruitment please contact Ayesha Prasad, Acting Talent Acquisition Partner via email prasadaliverpool.nsw.gov.au How to Apply: Please click the 'Apply' button above. Applicants must submit a covering letter, current resume and response to the selection criteria questions which will be shown once you commence your application. Click here for a copy of the position description Liverpool City Council is committed to providing a working environment that supports all employees to reach their full potential . To be eligible to apply for permanent positions at Liverpool City Council, you need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. For Temporary positions, you need a visa that gives you permission to work in Australia. • Wed, 05 JunLiverpool City Council
Office Administrator » Double Bay, Eastern Suburbs - WOW Recruitment are seeking an experienced Office Administratior for our client, a family-run business based in Double Bay who are driving change across Australia with large-scale renewable projects that are shaping the future. They are seeking an Office Administrator to hit the ground running in this dynamic role immediately and support Project Managers and the Managing director, and be a crucial player in propelling their projects forward. What's in it for you? Generous salary package Immediate Start Booming Industry Phone allowance You will be; Regularly updating spreadsheets with new supplier information, contract changes, and performance reviews Establish a regular communication schedule with suppliers. Negotiate costs and implement cost-saving initiatives Track and compare quotes from different suppliers for flights, accommodation, and car hire Maintain a digital filing system for all project-related documents. Assist with induction processes, timesheet management, and administrative tasks Support invoicing processes by managing purchase orders, invoices, and payments. Assist the CFO and CEO with administrative tasks, including HR, IT, legal, and commercial matters. Booking travel arrangements as required Role Requirements; Australian Citizen/PR Ideal background - construction or small business/office envionrment 5 years experience in an administration role Confident communicator both verbally and in writing Highly organised Available to travel interstate on occasion Experience with payments/invoicing Strong ExCel skills If you would like to work within a booming industry - please Apply Now or contact Caitlin - caitlinwowrecruitment.com.au / 02 8320 0683 • Tue, 04 JunWOW Recruitment
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
Transport Technical Officer » Hobart Region, Tasmania - We are seeking a qualified Transport Technical Officer to join our Assets, Engineering, and Design team. In this role, you will focus on managing council infrastructure with a primary emphasis on transportation projects and approvals. Your responsibilities will include providing essential information, advice, and support services to the Transport Engineer and other engineering staff, contributing directly to our organisational objectives. By joining our team, you will be part of an innovative and supportive environment dedicated to enhancing community infrastructure and transportation systems. If you are passionate about making a positive impact and ready to contribute your expertise, apply now to be considered for this exciting opportunity as our Transport Technical Officer. The successful applicant will have: Demonstrated knowledge of, and ability to, interpret and apply relevant legislation, standards, and guidelines. A proven ability to interpret technical data and create cost effective and efficient design solutions. Demonstrated problem solving ability along with the ability to recommend workable and innovative solutions. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and autonomously on specific projects; and Well-developed verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to relate to people at all levels and to influence where appropriate. Qualifications required: Tertiary qualification in relevant engineering discipline, and/or 3 years of relevant experience Class C drivers’ licence Position Hours: Full-Time, 75 hours fortnight. Salary range: $74,397.57 to $83,732.21 plus superannuation For further information on this position, contact Emily Burch, Transport Engineer on (03) 6216 6800. GCC Employee benefits: 14.5% superannuation (OTE) 9-day fortnight (RDO) with full time positions Glenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021 Free parking Corporate Banking Benefits Corporate discounts on gym membership Corporate offers on Private Health Insurance Flexible Working Arrangements Paid Maternity Leave Learning & Development opportunities Annual wage increases Mind Body Spirit Committee (Values, Health & Wellbeing, Social functions) Access to Employee Assistance Program services How to apply: Applications for this position must be lodged on this site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page. To be considered for this role, all applicants must: Address the key selection criteria in the Position Description Provide a current Resume A national Police check, health assessment and reference checks will be requested and organised by Council prior to employment. Applications close at 8pm on Sunday, 16 June 2024 Position Description • Sat, 01 JunGlenorchy City Council
Infrastructure Services Officer » Ingham, Hinchinbrook Area - Our Region Ingham is uniquely positioned just over an hour north of Townsville and approximately three hours south of Cairns and is within the tropical paradise of the Hinchinbrook Shire. With Ingham at its centre, the region is surrounded by rugged mountain ranges, giant waterfalls, the Great Barrier Reef, wild beaches and tropical islands. It’s a place where breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife, world-class fishing experiences, delicious, locally sourced food, inspirational art and 60,000 years of culture are all weaved into one incredible story: The Hinchinbrook Way. The Opportunity We are seeking a person who is highly motivated, enthusiastic and has a ‘can do’ attitude working in a team environment. You will also need to demonstrate excellent customer service skills and professionalism. As the Infrastructure Services Officer you will provide senior administration and business services to the Infrastructure Operations team, including providing administrative support to Works Operations Services, Fleet and Workshop. To be successful, you will demonstrate personal attributes that are consistent with Councils values of Integrity, People Focused, Excellence and Sustainability and you will possess the following: Skills and Qualifications: Demonstrated experience providing executive support at a senior level; High-level organisational and time management skills, with proven ability to manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment; Advanced proficiency and technical experience in a range of relevant systems and applications across a broad discipline area; Strong interpersonal abilities demonstrated through exceptional written and verbal communication skills, with a keen emphasis on delivering high-quality service levels; and Highly developed verbal and written communication skills including the ability to adapt communication style to different audiences. Previous experience with a variety of systems and applications including TechOne, ArcMap GIS, Reflect, RADAR, Guardian and NavMan highly regarded Knowledge of the administration of audit procedures and processes including ISO 9001 and RMPC advantageous. Our Council Hinchinbrook Shire Council is one of the largest employers in the region with approximately 200 employees working across multiple technical, administrative, operational and senior management roles. Our team enjoys a fair, equitable and flexible workplace so that our staff can enjoy the many attractions and events that come with living in the Hinchinbrook community. Council offers favourable working conditions including a nine-day fortnight for most roles, generous superannuation and leave entitlements. What Council Offers (Hours dependant on role): 72.5-hour fortnight with roster variations depending on the position (9-day fortnight - RDOs in accordance with Council policy) Up to 12.5% Superannuation employer contribution for contributing members 5 weeks annual leave plus 17.5% annual leave loading 15 days paid sick/parental leave Salary Packaging options Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Accredited Mental Health First Aid Officers Annual Flu vaccinations Skin Checks Uniforms and PPE supplied General Salary Information Level 4 $78,711 - $84,186 per annum plus superannuation. Pre-employment Screening Pre-employment screening includes Medicals, Drug and Alcohol Testing, and Criminal History Checks to ensure capability to perform the inherent requirements of the role. Working Conditions and Physical Requirements Applicants must be able to safely and competently carry out strenuous labouring and manual handling activities. The position will require the employee to carry out physical tasks which may include manual handling, repetitive bending, kneeling, twisting and/or squatting, lifting, working in confined spaces, and working at heights. How to Apply To submit your application, click 'Apply For Job' and follow the steps. Provide a resume and a maximum 2-page cover letter outlining your relevant suitability and experience. Closing Date: 17 June 2024 Applications that do not meet the above requirements may not be shortlisted. The advertisement will be closed either when a successful applicant is identified or on the closing date, whichever is sooner. For More Information: Thank you for your consideration and interest in this position. For a confidential discussion, contact Infrastructure Operations Manager, Luke Argent on 07 4776 4600. Hinchinbrook Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and disadvantaged job seekers are encouraged to apply. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position. • Sat, 01 JunHinchinbrook Shire Council
Property Management Officer » Hornsby, Hornsby Area - Permanent Full Time position Salary: $79,743 to $89,300 per annum (based on 70 hours per fortnight), plus superannuation and a 9 day fortnight. Appointed salary in this range will be based on skills, qualifications, and experience. This diverse and interesting role provides comprehensive professional and technical advice and support the Property Services Coordinator and Property Asset Manager. About us Hornsby Shire is located on Sydney's upper north shore, approximately 25 kilometres north of the CBD. Known as the ‘Bushland Shire’, our local government area is characterised by bushland comprising national park, major waterways, natural reserves and rural landscape. The rest of the Shire combines urban, rural and open spaces. About the role In your new role you will have a high level of autonomy, with a focus on providing support to the delivery of professional property services to Council. Property services include; Leasing and licensing of community, residential, retail, commercial, industrial, telecommunications and other sites, outdoor dining approvals, road closures, easements, caveats and acquisition and disposal of property These services can have a substantial impact on Council budgets, operations and the provision of appropriate facilities for the community. About you You will have high level customer service skills with strong planning, organisational and administrative capabilities. A good understanding of the various functions in respect of property management will be required to perform this role. High level professional ethics and personal standards are essential as consultation and negotiation with Council officers of other divisions, professionals, tenants, community groups and the general public is needed. You will have good decision making skills and the ability to balance competing and sometimes conflicting priorities. Tertiary qualifications or relevant experience in the field of Local Government property management, as well as demonstrated background and experience aligned with the position description duties and responsibilities is required. We are seeking a friendly and courteous team member, with a desire to make a difference, in a role where no two days are the same Benefits of working with us We pride ourselves on having a fantastic culture with a genuine appreciation for work-life balance. Visit hornsby.nsw.gov.au/careers and click on "what we offer" to learn about the wonderful benefits available at Hornsby Council. Please note you must be double vaccinated to work in this position and to attend an interview. For further information, please contact Jen O'Leary, Property Asset Manager on 9847 6236. Closing date: 13 June 2024 at 11.30pm [ View The Job Description ] [ Preview The Position Requirements ] [ WHS Responsibilities Matrix ] • Sat, 01 JunHornsby Shire Council
Community Resilience Project Officer » Bendigo Region, Victoria - Part time (0.8FTE), Temporary to June 2026 Band 6, Starting salary $88,418 (pro rata) plus superannuation Click here to view the Position Description The City of Greater Bendigo is in the heart of central Victoria on Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Country. Located just 90 minutes’ drive to Melbourne, our region offers all the benefits of a large city with a warm and welcoming country feel. With a growing population, Greater Bendigo is an attractive region that boasts the Bendigo Art Gallery, theatres, stunning heritage buildings and natural surrounds that provide great recreational opportunities. Our region is famous for its food and wine as well as having high quality education and health services. There is a wide range of housing options and excellent rail and road networks with Bendigo Airport having regular direct flights to Sydney. We provide over 65 important services to support our community which is heading towards a population of 200,000 by 2050. Now is a great time to join us The role In this new grant funded temporary position, you will coordinate the planning, programming, delivery and reporting requirements of climate resilience initiatives within the City of Greater Bendigo. You will also engage with community groups to support community led resilience activities, workshops and training opportunities, including initiatives to identify and mitigate risks and vulnerabilities including bushfire risk. This is a part time, 0.8 FTE / 4 day a week position, with flexibility on the days and hours worked. About you To be successful in this varied position, you will have strength focused community development and community engagement skills, experience in project management and risk assessment, knowledge of climate resilience and emergency management frameworks and concepts, excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills with strong report writing and administration skills. Benefits Annual salary increases | Learning and development opportunities Generous leave provisions Access to a range of mental health and wellbeing supportive initiatives Visit our Employee Benefits website for more of our benefits. Contact If you require any further information regarding this position, please contact Frances Ford, Coordinator Emergency Management and Resilience on 0409 949 299. To Apply Please address the key selection criteria, submit your cover letter, outlining why you are interested in this position and detailing your relevant experience with your current CV/resume by close of business Thursday 13 June 2024. • Sat, 01 JunCity of Greater Bendigo
Engineering Administration Officer » Queensland, Australia - Fulltime position - based in Blackall Exceptional administration skills Team-oriented Can-do Attitude Council is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant to join our Works Department in Blackall. This is a fulltime position, reporting to the Director of Works and Services. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing effective and efficient secretarial and administrative support to the Director of Works and Services and members of the Works Department. New Employees will be provided with WHS training on commencement. Hours of employment are from 7.22am through to 3.30pm, Monday to Friday with a half hour lunch break and an RDO once a month. Provisions include: Five (5) weeks annual leave (pro-rata). RDO once a Month. Personal Protective Clothing. Up to 18% Superannuation Contributions (conditions apply). Entitlements under Council’s Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. A Position Description and Application form can be downloaded from Council’s website www.btrc.qld.gov.au Further information can be obtained by contacting Council’s Human Resource Officer on 07 4621 6600 or emailing HRbtrc.qld.gov.au Written applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope marked: Private and Confidential Attention: Chief Executive Officer Blackall-Tambo Regional Council PO Box 21 BLACKALL QLD 4472 Position Closes: Thursday 13 th of June 2024 at 2.00pm “ Blackall-Tambo Regional Council is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer ” • Sat, 01 JunBlackall-Tambo Regional Council
Visiting Medical Officer in General Surgery CCLHD Wyong – Apply via eCredential » Central Coast NSW Region, New South Wales - Applications are invited from suitably qualified medical practitioners eligible for registration in New South Wales for the above position within General Surgery, Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD). Applicants should be a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and / or other specialist recognition as provided for in the Visiting Medical Officer Determination and have appropriate experience to practice as a Senior Medical Practitioner in General Surgery (upper gastro-intestinal minimum 2 years post fellowship training). Salary and conditions are in accordance with the Visiting Medical Officer Determination. For enquiries about the position please contact Dr Ken WONG, HOD, phone (02) 4320 5339/3747 or email CCLHD-MWEUSMWhealth.nsw.gov.au To formally apply for this position you must apply via eCredential ONLY: https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/cclhd/jobs/visiting-medical-officer-in-general-surgery-cclhd-apply-via-ecredential-253058 If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce Unit on 4320 3009. The Health Service is committed to EEO, OH&S, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. Successful applicants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Relevant criminal record checks will be undertaken on recommended applicants. Employment is subject to having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases. Salary Packaging is available to enhance benefits. Applications will not be accepted via agencies. Closing Date: 16.06.2024 • Thu, 30 MayCentral Coast Local Health District
Digital Glenelg Change Officer » Gorae West, Glenelg Area - FULL TIME (part time applications will be considered) $86,329.55 - $93,745.89 Gross per annum Superannuation Our Values| Respect | Integrity | Teamwork | Service Excellence |Innovation About the Opportunity Do you want to be part of a progressive high performing team with an exciting vision? Council has an exciting opportunity within our Business Transformation Program (Digital Glenelg) for an experienced change officer. Based at our Portland office, you will be a key member of the team driving change across the business to achieve our vision of becoming a customer-focused 'digital' organisation. As part of this high performing and supportive team, you will have the ability to collaborate on a range of strategic initiatives. You will enjoy working autonomously and have a high tolerance for working in ambiguity. Key responsibilities include Responsibility for the delivery of the change strategy ensuring timely and relevant messaging for the program’s stakeholders. Developing a change management process to support employee acceptance and adoption of technology. Working closely with staff to ensure they are supported through change and are adequately prepared for business process go-live. For further information on the position please refer to the Position Description . Please note: Shortlisting of candidates will commence prior to the closure of this role so please do not delay submitting your application. What you need to Thrive Enthusiasm for change, bringing energy and perseverance to a multi-year project. Experience demonstrable skill in: Change Management Developing engagement and training tools Delivery of workshops and training. Ability to communicate with technical team members and develop training that can be understood by non-technical staff. Ability to identify opportunities for enhancement and lead the adoption of technologies and innovation solutions. Excellent communication skills to work collaboratively across the whole organisation. To apply for this position please complete the online application form, including your resume and a brief cover letter demonstrating your suitability to the role. Why work for us? A career with Glenelg Shire Council starts with a desire to go further. Here you will care about empowering our community and see the impact of the work you do. We have a values-based culture and offer a range of training and personal development opportunities, along with a wide range of benefits for staff including salary packaging options, active social club, 24/7 Employee Assistance Program support, well-being initiatives and salary sacrifice options available for gym memberships. Glenelg Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer and values workforce diversity and inclusion. We are committed to providing a safe working environment which embraces the diverse backgrounds and experiences of all people while providing positive employment opportunities. We take pride in being a child safe organisation and are committed to the wellbeing of children and young people, as well as our employees. This commitment is reflected in our recruitment processes. Our Shire is renowned for its landscapes which include the Budj Bim, National Heritage Landscape, expansive beaches, scenic and rugged coast and national parks. We acknowledge and respect the Traditional Owners of the region, the Gunditjmara, Boandik and Jardwadjali people and their respective cultural heritages. Pre-employment Requirements: All positions with Council are subject to a satisfactory ongoing National Police Check, valid Working with Children Check (Employee), medical assessment and Alcohol and Other Drug Screening. How to Apply: To apply for this position please click on the Apply Now button at the bottom of this page. You will be guided to complete our online application form, upload your resume and a brief cover letter demonstrating your suitability for the role including addressing the Key Selection Criteria detailed in the position description. Applications Close: Thursday 13 June 2024 at 11:59pm Looking for further information please contact: Name: Jemma Dillon Position: Digital Glenelg Program Manager Contact Phone: 03 5522 2235 • Thu, 30 MayGlenelg Shire Council
Civil Construction Officer » Scone, Upper Hunter - Permanent Full-Time (38 hours per week) The role: Council is currently seeking a Civil Construction Officer to assist in leading a small team to undertake a range of civil construction activities. The role will apply a wide variety of civil construction and maintenance techniques on a day to day basis including but not limited to: Stormwater draining construction Formed reinforced concrete structures Road construction and maintenance (Urban and Rural) Bridge maintenance Concrete construction works including footpaths, crossovers, kerb channels, kerb ramps and paving The role will carry out duties efficiently and accurately to a consistent standard in accordance with all quality, environmental and WHS requirements and in accordance with Council work specifications and plans. What's on Offer: $1156.88 to $1293.48 per 38 hour week 11% super applicable allowances and the opportunity for salary progression A true 38 hour working week, Monday - Friday working week, with the opportunity to access overtime work if desired Great work / life balance 9 day fortnight (that means every second weekend is a long weekend) 20 days paid annual leave every year and generous sick leave entitlements Access to training and development opportunities Access to long service leave after 5 years of continuous service Salary sacrifice options Flexible work arrangements and reward program What we need from you: Our ideal candidate will have experience in civil construction works, as well as ability to undertake workplace calculations, maintain written records and read and interpret basic design plans. Experience in plant operation and a Certificate III qualification in a related field would be highly desirable in this role. About us: Council is a progressive and caring organisation where all our employees work together to deliver quality services to support our community. We strive to make a difference and add value to the lives of our community. Everything we do is underpinned by the values of the organisation and staff, which are being honest, open and accountable, having mutual respect for all people and cultures, ensuring we deliver on our commitments, providing efficient, effective and reliable services to ensure staff and community safety and to provide improved environmental responsibility. Located in the picturesque Upper Hunter, our shire encompasses the townships of Merriwa, Murrurundi, Aberdeen and Scone. All great places to live and work, come and see for yourself Closing Date: Tuesday 11 th June 2024 - 4:00pm Enquiries and Further Information Give Pete Warden, Works Delivery Coordinator a call on 02 6540 1170 or e-mail hrupperhunter.nsw.gov.au to discuss this opportunity. How to Apply All applications are to be submitted and the key selection criteria addressed online by the closing date by clicking "Apply for this job" or through Council's website - www.upperhunter.nsw.gov.au We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and value diversity and inclusion in our workplace. We encourage all applicants, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, LGBTIQ and culturally diverse communities to join Council. Council will provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability throughout the recruitment process. If you identify as a person with disability and require adjustments to the application, recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please advise via hrupperhunter.nsw.gov.au or 02 65401100 to discuss. • Thu, 30 MayUpper Hunter Shire Council
Office Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Job Description Our Business Services team is responsible for creating and delivering a positive, best in class service experience for our clients, guests and employees. Based in our Brisbane CBD office, the Office Manager position plays a key role in managing the office, providing a seamless 5-star operations experience from start to finish. This business-critical position will provide advice to the internal teams in relation to office functions and internal service initiatives. Role responsibilities will include, but not limited to: Work with Executive team in management of operations across the Brisbane office. Assist with office relocations and fit outs where necessary. Manage, implement and communicate new office management strategies, policies, and procedures. Manage & coordinate in-house staff functions. Manage front of house / guest services personnel and function. Ensure all Brisbane (onsite & offsite) new starters have a positive experience on commencement. Develop and manage relationships with internal and external stakeholders and contractors. • Thu, 30 MayColliers
Credit Officer » Sydney Olympic Park, Auburn Area - Job Description SIXT Australia is on the lookout for 2x Full Time Credit Officers to join the Finance team in Sydney . These are both 6 month contract positions, reporting to the Accounts Receivable Manager. We offer a hybrid work arrangement working from our Sydney CBD & Sydney Olympic Park offices and from home as agreed and required. As a Credit Officer, you will be responsible for ensuring all debtors in their designated portfolio are paying in accordance with SIXT Australia’s credit terms and Rental Agreement. Your key responsibilities will include: Providing customers with a positive experience at each point of contact Managing a division of the debtor ledger clients in a professional manner Reporting and acting upon business risks Processing, reconciling and monitoring incoming payments Ensuring prompt collection of outstanding customer and third party monies Managing bad debts and setting up instalment plans on behalf of customers Contributing to the achievement of SIXT Australia’s business plans with constant team working focus • Thu, 30 MaySIXT Australia
Claims Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - We are seeking a dynamic claims officer to join a leading insurance provider. The Claims officer plays a crucial role in overseeing the claims process, ensuring efficiency, accuracy, and excellent customer service. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in customer service and a passion for delivering outstanding results. Client Details Leading provider of insurance and roadside assistance services in Australia. With a commitment to delivering exceptional service and support members. Our client values work life balance and a positive culture, offering four days days work from home a week and extensive training. Description Join a vibrant team in Brisbane as a Claims Officer. You'll be instrumental in processing insurance claims with precision and care. Responsibilities: Efficiently process insurance claims Provide compassionate support and guidance to customers throughout the claims process over the phone and email Collaborate with internal teams to gather necessary information for claim assessment. Conduct thorough investigations to determine claim validity, coverage, and settlement options. Maintain accurate records and documentation, ensuring confidentiality and compliance. Profile Previous experience in insurance claims processing or related fields nice to have Strong customer service experience. Ability to communicate clearly and with empathy. Detail-oriented. Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and adapt to changing priorities Exceptional problem-solving and decision-making abilities Job Offer Competitive hourly rates Work from home four days a week after training ( 4-5 weeks) 3-6 month contract initially - opportunity to be extended or go perm Supportive team culture that values work life balance & progression Start date of Monday 20th May 2024 Training on site in eight mile plains for 4 weeks Full time position To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below to be contacted this week. • Tue, 28 MayPage Group Australia
Credit Officer » Thomastown, Whittlesea Area - Credit Officer Onsite Parking Thomastown location Temporary role with a potential for permanency Experienced Credit Officer required for a leading Manufacturing business For more than 10 years, this business has a proud history and are well respected within the industry. With a strong history of quality products and outstanding customer service they enjoy a market leading position through significant investment in research & product development. They are now seeking an experienced Credit Officer to join their Thomastown head office. Reporting to the Credit Manager, key duties of this role will involve; Chasing debt by telephone and email Managing overdue accounts Investigating and resolving queries relating to non-payment of invoices Month end reporting Assisting the finance and customer service team where required To be successful for this position you will have a strong background in Credit Control. You will be enthusiastic, pro-active with excellent communication skills. You will have exceptional relationship building skills. Immediate start for the ideal candidate. • Tue, 28 MayVeritas Recruitment Essendon Partnership
TMS Officer » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - Before you apply, are you: Energetic: You can tackle any situation with enthusiasm and determination. Enthusiastic: You're highly motived and naturally enthusiastic about what you do and that's reflected in the way you behave and talk. Empathetic: You are friendly, personable and a team player. You genuinely care about providing exceptional service to our customers, clients and staff members. This position is responsible for the active patrolling of client's car parks during regular car park operating hours. The role of the Infringement Officer is to ensure that the car park rules of operation are adhered to; this involves issuing infringements and providing customer service. Infringing is to be carried out whilst presenting a professional corporate image and maintaining a strict adherence to corporate quality standards for car park operation. In accordance with company policy, an infringement officer may be required to participate in a rotation system between car parks when required. Secure Parking is the largest commercial car park operator in Australia and operates over 550 car parks across Australia & New Zealand. Our Customer Service Officers are the key to our success by making parking a welcome part of our customer's journey. We offer a safe, friendly and inclusive workplace and we reward, recognise and promote our people based on behaviours that demonstrate our values and deliver exceptional customer service. Apply now to get your career started • Mon, 27 MaySecure Parking Pty Ltd
Accounts Officer » Archerfield, Brisbane - Accounts Officer | Archerfield | Temp to Permanent | Salary negotiable DOE My client is looking to hire two new team members to join their finance team ASAP. We are looking to engage an experienced accounts payable officer, ideally with experience working across multiple entities to manage end to end accounts payable including payment runs. We are also looking to engage an accounts receivable officer, in a newly created role, to support the manager with processing high volumes of data, ensuring accurate receipting of PODs, and validating customer data and charges, along with reconciliations, debtor reviews and collections. You will need prior AR or AP experience to be considered, unrestricted working rights and good Excel skills. These roles are fully site based, and there is free parking on site. Hours of work are 8:30 - 5pm. To be considered, please apply ASAP - interviews to be held Monday 27th onwards with an immediate start available. • Sat, 25 MayCore Talent Pty Ltd
Payroll Officer » Australia - Payroll Officer | Permanent | Circa. $80,000 Superannuation | North Brisbane| Full time Core Talent are partnering with a business to bring on board a dedicated payroll officer to manage the end to end payroll processing for their Australian operation. You will be: Processing weekly payroll on MYOB Interpreting EBAs Interpreting hours from manual timesheeting process This role would suit an experienced payroll officer who is happy to come in and take ownership of the end-to-end payroll processing. Working in a small team, you should be self-motivated and able to manage your time effectively. • Sat, 25 MayCore Talent Pty Ltd
Payroll Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Payroll Officer | Brisbane CBD | 6 month fixed term contract | $100K inclusive of superannuation | Hybrid-role Due to an internal move, my client is looking for some interim support to cover payroll in their team. This is a fixed term role for 6-months. Based in lovely modern offices, overlooking the story-bridge, this is a great place to work The culture is very friendly and supportive, in a corporate environment which is very friendly and welcoming. You will be processing end to end monthly payroll for entities in Australia and New Zealand for approximately 120 staff across three businesses. As the previous employee is still in the business you will benefit from their hands on support and guidance. This role is to commence ASAP, and hybrid (two days working from home) is offered with this position too. • Sat, 25 MayCore Talent Pty Ltd
Administration Officer » Edgewater, Joondalup Area - Administration Officer NFP Residential Aged Care - Permanent Part-Time based NOR Excellent Remuneration Super Salary Packaging Dynamic, Friendly and Supportive team ARE YOU A HIGHLY MOTIVATED ADMINISTRATION OFFICER LOOKING TO TAKE ON A NEW ROLE We are seeking a dedicated Administration Officer to work for an AMAZING Residential Aged Care facility based NOR. You will work alongside the CNM and FM who will offer great support and training. The facility is well regarded, value their staff and embrace a positive culture. They are a strong supportive team who will encourage and support your growth. This position will suit someone who is experienced working in a fast paced environment with excellent interpersonal skills who is willing to think outside the box. If you have a keen eye for detail and are looking to further your career then this is the role for you. Responsibilities Supporting Clinical Nurse Manager or Facility Manager with administration duties Rostering staff within the facility Purchasing duties Greeting new families Assist with any enquiries The successful Candidate: Administration experience - aged care experience Rostering experience Ability to identify, problem solve and implement solutions Be able to work in a fast paced environment Ability to prioritise and have outstanding time management Current Influenza and Covid vaccinations Current National Police Clearance What you can expect Excellent Remuneration Super Salary Packaging An opportunity to develop your career beyond this role Supportive & understanding management team Free onsite parking benefits Career progression and development Excellent onboarding to set you up for success We are conducting immediate interview, so please kindly send your resume to Emilia Raimundo - Recruitment Consultant, by clicking "Apply Now" For a confidential discussion call 0483 919 963. Thank you for your time. No cover letter is required • Sat, 25 MayZenith Executive Search
Administration Officer » Croydon, Burwood Area - Job Description Are you looking for a dynamic and rewarding career opportunity as an Office Administrator? Look no further We are seeking a motivated individual to join our Independent Living Team at our Croydon office. Permanent Part Time office based role - 2 days per week The Brighton - Croydon location - Undercover parking available Leading Aged Care Provider offering job stability and a great team Not For Profit Salary Packaging (Tax benefits that increase your take home pay) Fitness Passport Excellent opportunity for a diligent and highly organised Administrator to support our Independent Living Team team. Use your highly developed communication and coordination skills to assist in the smooth operation of our office. Your strong time management and prioritising skills, combined with your sense of urgency will aid in your success. This role is fast paced with key deliverables and would be a perfect fit for an experienced administrator. General reception duties including front line telephone enquiries Coordinating tours with prospective new residents & families Managing new resident admissions documentation Customer service with internal stakeholders and clients Run the office efficiently, ensuring all administrative tasks are completed in a timely manner. Manage office supplies and place orders for stationary and other necessary materials. Assist in planning and organising events Assist internal staff/teams with requests and enquiries to resolution Other adhoc administration duties as they arise The ideal applicant has exceptional interpersonal skills, combined with the ability to communicate effectively and articulately via verbal and written email correspondence, in addition to; Computer literate with the ability to learn internal systems Previous experience in a similar role, ideally within the Aged Care sector (preferred but not essential); To multi-task and manage competing priorities – all with a smile on your face; The ability to provide leave coverage on other days (preferred but not essential) All short-listed candidates will be required to undertake an online admin skills test. Catholic Healthcare promotes the dignity, life and spirituality of older people through connected and inclusive communities across residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Our values of Courage, Compassion and Integrity sit at the core of everything we do. Why you'll love working with us; Opportunity to take on an exciting role in a phase of rapid growth Build a career with a successful and leading values-based organisation Not For Profit Salary Packaging (Tax benefits that increase your take home pay) Be part of a supportive and inclusive ‘people first’ culture Scholarships available Access to over 800 plus gyms and pools with Fitness Passport Access to Employee Assistance Program Long service leave after 5 years • Sat, 25 MayCatholic Healthcare
Environmental Health Officer » Victoria, Australia - About the role: Council is seeking an application from an enthusiastic, experienced and suitably qualified person to join our team as an Environmental Health Officer. The position: • is full time on an ongoing employment basis. A band 7 salary range ($97,998 to $108,878) will be negotiated with the successful candidate, subject to relevant skills and experience, • will carry out the full range of environmental health duties typical of a rural council, including food and health registered premises inspections, domestic wastewater (septic tank) permit applications, tobacco sales / smoke free area requirements, public health/nuisance complaint assessments and communicable disease investigations including the delivery of mosquito surveillance and vector management programs. About you: The successful candidate will have: • a degree or diploma in public or environmental health, eligible to be a member of Environmental Health Professionals Australia (EHPA) • extensive relevant experience working as an environmental health officer • excellent communication, negotiation and problem solving skills, including an ability to work effectively with the community • a demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a broader team within the Community Wellbeing Directorate For further information regarding this position, please contact David Price, Manager Community Services on 5494 1225. About us: Be part of an organisation that understands the importance of work life balance and offers a variety of policies and practices to support you with this. At Loddon, we firmly believe in the importance of investing in our staff. Located in a unique and wonderful part of Central Victoria, about 175 kilometres north-west of Melbourne, Loddon Shire is home to over 7500 residents, and supports a vibrant and growing agribusiness and horticulture sector. We deliver a broad range of programs and services to enhance the sustainability and liveability for the community. Carpool services are on offer for travel between Marong and Wedderburn. To apply: Please download the application guidelines(PDF, 1010KB) and the position description(PDF, 297KB) from the Council website. Applicants must address the key selection criteria in the position description to be considered for an interview. You can apply by the following methods: • submit via email to recruitmentloddon.vic.gov.au • submit by mail marked ‘confidential’ to, Manager Organisation Development, Loddon Shire Council, PO Box 21, Wedderburn, 3518 • via the application form on Council’s website. Applications for this position will close on Tuesday 11 June, 2024 at 5pm. • Fri, 24 MayLoddon Shire Council
Payroll Officer - 8 month Contract » North Sydney Area, North Shore - Nine is Australia’s largest locally owned media company – the home of Australia’s most trusted and loved brands spanning News, Sport, Lifestyle, and Entertainment. We pride ourselves on creating the best content, accessed by consumers when and how they want – across Publishing, Broadcasting and Digital. Nine’s assets include the 9Network, major mastheads such as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian Financial Review, radio stations 2GB, 3AW, 4BC and 6PR, digital properties such as nine.com.au, 9Now, 9Honey, Pedestrian.TV, Drive, subscription video platform Stan and a majority investment in Domain Group. Our Purpose: We shape culture by sparking conversations, challenging perspectives, and entertaining our communities. We bring people together by celebrating the big occasions and connecting the everyday moments. Australia belongs here. We bring our purpose to life via three shared values: We walk the talk, turn over every stone and keep it human. Job Description The Group Payroll Team works in partnership with all divisions of Nine to comply with all relevant employee legislation and regulations applicable for the Media industry. As a Payroll Officer of this team, you will be responsible for the day-to-day processing and timely and accurate payment of salary and wages to employees across the employing entities within the Group. You are the first line of support to employees, and various teams which include People Culture and Finance. Responding to issues in a timely manner is critical in this role to ensure a positive user experience across the Nine Group. This is an 8 month contract covering a period of leave. High volume manual timesheet award interpretation and data entry. Processing large volumes of end-to-end new employee's contracts, terminations and relevant employment changes. Processing timely payroll transactions, calculations as well as peer checking relevant pay run. Providing exceptional customer service answering general level 2-3 payroll queries including but not limited to awards, policies, superannuation, and taxation. Communicating with internal and external stakeholders within SLAs. Adhering to all relevant awards/legislative instruments and relevant legislation. Preparing timely delivery of employee pay advice, government agency reporting and ad hoc payroll reporting. Collation of payroll documentation in line with internal and external audit requirements. Undertaking all leave reconciliations i.e., Annual Leave, Long Service Leave and Sick Leave and any other leave as required. Maintain employee master data record and conduct regular audits. Regular filing and archiving of payroll information. Comprehensive knowledge of superannuation, taxation, payroll tax and other payroll legislative requirements. Qualifications Essential Minimum 12 months experience in a busy payroll department, utilising Chris21. Knowledge of relevant tax and employment law and comprehensive understanding of award Ability to provide high quality, accurate and responsive customer service. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a flexible, multi-functional team environment. Good verbal and written communication as well as good interpersonal skills. Ability to exercise initiative and judgement when problem solving. Strong numeracy and excel skills. Experience in processing large volumes of work while meeting strict deadlines and maintaining a high level of accuracy and service. Desirable Experience in TimeTarget Workforce Management system or similar Knowledge and experience in the media industry. Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Finance, Commerce and/or extensive experience in similar role. Additional Information Life at Nine: Nine is a people business. Being part of the team means you’ll be in a culture that promotes creativity and innovation, diversity and inclusion, is open to feedback, rewards impact and ensures everyone is heard. Importantly, you'll receive the following: Career development and quality trainingUp to 16 weeks paid primary carer’s parental leaveDiscounts on lifestyle, entertainment, and leisure memberships, including health insurance, dental and gymDiscounts on products and services with corporate partnersOur Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion: At Nine, we are committed to fostering a workforce that embraces all aspects of diversity and inclusion and where practices are equitable to ensure our people experience a sense of belonging. From day one, you'll be encouraged to bring your whole self to work and will be supported to perform at your best. Should you require any adjustments to the recruitment process in order to equitably participate, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, and of all ages, nationalities, backgrounds and cultures. Disclaimer: We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes and are not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. • Tue, 21 MayAdvertising Industry Careers
Dental Officer Level 4 in Oral Health CCLHD – Apply via eCredential » Central Coast NSW Region, New South Wales - The position is a clinical lead position requiring the successful applicant to possess well-developed team-building and leadership qualities. Additionally, the successful applicant must demonstrate a high level of professionalism, ethics, dynamism, and the ability to exercise independent judgment. The successful applicant will assist the Area Dental Director in managing a group of forty plus dental clinicians. This position attracts a full clinical load. This position qualifies for the Dental Officer Rural Incentive Scheme Allowance (up to $20k p.a.) on top of Award Salary. For enquiries about the position please contact Dr Alek Sawicki, Clinical Director oral Health Services, phone (02) 4320 3616 or email CCLHD- MWEUSMWhealth.nsw.gov.au To formally apply for this position you must apply via eCredential ONLY: https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/cclhd-int/jobs/dental-officer-level-4-apply-via-ecredential-251692 If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce Unit on (02) 4320 3009. The Health Service is committed to EEO, OH&S, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. Successful applicants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Relevant criminal record checks will be undertaken on recommended applicants. Employment is subject to having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases. Salary Packaging is available to enhance benefits. Applications will not be accepted via agencies. Closing Date: 03.06.2024 • Tue, 21 MayCentral Coast Local Health District
Conjoint Dental Officer Level 3 in Oral Health CCLHD – Apply via eCredential » Central Coast NSW Region, New South Wales - Within CCLHD Oral Health Service clinics, the position holder must demonstrate and exercise high levels of knowledge, experience and clinical competence across the scope of general dentistry in a complex clinical setting and with substantial independent professional judgment. In addition, the incumbent will have responsibility for the educational support to clinicians in the management of patients, as well as for the provision of specialised assessment and treatment services for other clinicians on a referral basis. The position attracts a partial clinical load with an academic time allowance. This position qualifies for the Dental Officer Rural Incentive Scheme Allowance (up to $20k p.a.) on top of Award Salary. For enquiries about the position please contact Dr Alek Sawicki, Clinical Director oral Health Services, phone (02) 4320 3616 or email CCLHD-MWEUSMWhealth.nsw.gov.au To formally apply for this position you must apply via eCredential ONLY: https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/cclhd-int/jobs/conjoint-dental-officer-level-3-apply-via-ecredential-251700 If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce Unit on (02) 4320 3009. The Health Service is committed to EEO, OH&S, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. Successful applicants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Relevant criminal record checks will be undertaken on recommended applicants. Employment is subject to having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases. Salary Packaging is available to enhance benefits. Applications will not be accepted via agencies. Closing Date: 03.06.2024 • Tue, 21 MayCentral Coast Local Health District
Dental Officer Level 1 in Oral Health CCLHD – Apply via eCredential » Central Coast NSW Region, New South Wales - Level 1 position applicants (from 1 to 4 years of full-time professional experience) must be able to perform examinations, investigations and basic treatment of commonly encountered dental diseases or dental health problems requiring standard corrective, restorative, surgical or preventive measures. Level 1 Dental Officers work in community or hospital clinics under the general oversight and mentorship of a more experienced dentist. This position qualifies for the Dental Officer Rural Incentive Scheme Allowance (up to $20Kp.a) on top of Award Salary. For enquiries about the position please contact Dr Alek Sawicki, Clinical Director oral Health Services, phone (02) 4320 3616 or email CCLHD-MWEUSMWhealth.nsw.gov.au To formally apply for this position you must apply via eCredential ONLY: https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/cclhd-int/jobs/dental-officer-in-oral-health-level-1-cclhd-apply-via-ecredential-251670 If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce Unit on (02) 4320 3009. The Health Service is committed to EEO, OH&S, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. Successful applicants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Relevant criminal record checks will be undertaken on recommended applicants. Employment is subject to having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases. Salary Packaging is available to enhance benefits. Applications will not be accepted via agencies. Closing Date: 03.06.24 • Tue, 21 MayCentral Coast Local Health District
Office Manager » Perth, Perth Region - Shape Your Career in a Dynamic and Fast-Paced Environment Lead and Innovate in a Pivotal "hands on" Management Role Competitive Salary and Excellent Growth Opportunities - Based in Subiaco Business Administration Manager Are you a proactive and dynamic professional looking for an exciting "hands on" opportunity in a fast-paced environment? Zenith Search is a growing, dynamic and forward-thinking recruitment company, committed to excellence in our industry . We are seeking an experienced Office & Administration Manager or Team Leader seeking an opportunity to step up to lead our Business Administration Team and oversee various key functions, including management of off-shore administration team, building and evolving your team as per requirements of the business, business analytics, internal and external payroll management, and more. This opportunity will appeal to a proactive, highly organised person who is excited by working in a fast moving, fast paced environment with excellent interpersonal skills. Some of what you will be responsible for…. Ensure efficient administration and office operations in Perth and off-shore Directly manage and support an offshore team of administrators, including training the administration team, document control / SharePoint, scheduling, workflow management and insurances Assisting elements of HR, safety and assisting in the onboarding of new staff Evolving systems and procedures to further enhance the office and administrative support to the business Provide executive support to senior management , including document preparation, diary management and assisting in the management of IT, accounts, monthly reporting and ability to proof read documentation for QA purposes Working with the leadership team working on business improvement initiatives Identify and implement strategies to optimize administrative processes and enhance efficiency. Involvement assisting with financial reporting and preparation for senior management. Key requirements: Highly motivated, committed and passionate about your career Formal qualifications are preferred but not essential HR experience highly preferred but not essential Minimum of 3 - 5 years of experience working within a fast-paced office and administration capacity. Previous Administration experience within recruitment preferred but not essential . Proven experience managing remote or offshore teams. Effective and supportive leadership skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. High level of attention to detail without getting "stuck in the weeds" Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and familiar with modern office technology and communication tools. Openness to learn and engage in new technology such as AI and other technology YOU must have managed, trained and recruited your own administration team previously and still prepared to be "Hands on" YOU must live in Perth currently Why Join Us: This position offers the opportunity to develop and lead a vital component of our company's infrastructure . You will work closely with a team of driven professionals in a role that will be fun, challenging and rewarding . We provide a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and opportunities for professional growth. We have a modern and new office based above Coles in Subiaco. The base salary on offer will range from $120k - $145k super benefits. How to Apply: If you are interested, please send your latest version of your resume through this advert or direct to guyzenithsearch.com . We look forward to discovering how your skills, ideas, and leadership can contribute to the ongoing success of our firm and further develop your career. Given the salary banding please only apply if you have managed, developed and training administration teams previously. We are looking for someone with previous experience, not someone who hasnt managed an administration team previously. Also please ensure you are living and are based in PERTH currently as we are not able to sponsor or wait for someone to relocate from another state OR overseas. • Tue, 21 MayZenith Executive Search
Payroll Officer » Northcote, Darebin Area - We have an exciting opportunity… For a Payroll Officer to join the team at IntoWork Australia. You will be joining a highly experienced Payroll team supporting the IntoWork Group of businesses. The Company: IntoWork Australia has provided employment and training opportunities for individuals and communities across Australia for 40 years. IntoWork has expanded into a Not-For-Profit Group of companies incorporating training, recruitment, community and corporate solutions to a diverse range of industries and stakeholders. IntoWork succeeds at addressing skills and workforce shortages with industry & employers, and supporting individuals in determining and achieving their career pathways. We are a trusted partner providing contracted services on behalf of Commonwealth, State & Local Governments, whilst providing other services directly with employers, industry and individuals on a fee for service basis. Understanding the needs of the community has helped establish IntoWork Australia as a preferred choice for employers, organisations, individuals and government. The Role: The Payroll Officer is responsible for providing accurate, timely and efficient payroll services to Group entities of IntoWork Australia. This role can be based at either of our offices in Scarborough, QLD or Northcote, Vic and is a full time permanent role. Reporting to the Payroll Manager, the Payroll Officer will be required to work effectively and collaboratively with the Payroll team to ensure all payroll designated timeframes are met in accordance with relevant awards, agreements, taxation and other legislation. Duties include: Assist in ensuring that weekly or fortnightly pays and pay slips are processed accurately and in a timely fashion. Be part of the team to work with the Senior Payroll Officers, in the development of Costing sheets as and when required; meeting any reasonable turnaround times in order to ensure that new business is not jeopardised. Coordinate and process the missing weekly timesheets reports. Provide excellent customer service to all staff ensuring accurate and timely advice is given on payroll matters. Work closely with the respective Senior Payroll Officer to ensure the following periodic tasks are completed in a timely manner: Payroll adjustments for the current pay run. ABS statistical reporting. Preparation and reconciliation of invoices prior to printing and mailing. End of year processing in accordance with the Australian Tax Office requirements. Update and maintain employee payroll records in the payroll system while ensuring the accuracy of all payroll data. Responsible for filing departmental payroll records and ensuring that they are complete and accurate, both manual and electronic. About You: · A minimum of 2 years' experience in a similar role · Processing payroll for multiples clients · An understanding of the industry, corporate finance, labour hire and reporting · Ability to maintain confidentiality · Cert IV/Bookeeping/Finance · Proficiency in a recognised payroll software package is essential with knowledge of HR3 (desirable) · Formal Qualification in Payroll · Ability to manage competing priorities effectively · Pro-active customer service skills · Basic level proficiency in Microsoft Office programs is essential, particularly in Excel. Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia. Current National Police Check & Working With Children Checks will be required and can be arranged for the successful applicant . Benefits: We offer a competitive salary for a role within an organisation focused on vibrant futures, along with the chance to grow & develop your professional skills with a supportive, collaborative and enthusiastic team. IntoWork has a positive & friendly culture that supports social and wellbeing initiatives. If you would like to apply for this role, please attach your resume & cover letter to this application. For a confidential discussion, please contact Senior Recruitment Consultant Javiera Medel at: Javiera.medelfindstaff.com.au. • Fri, 17 MayIntoWork Australia
Payroll Officer » Hampton East, Bayside Area - Page Personnel is proud to be partnering with an innovative marketing client to recruit a permanent Payroll Officer to join their team. If you are looking to join an impressive organisation, and make a difference in the Payroll and wider finance team - Apply now Client Details Our client is an industry-leading marketing agency based in Moorabbin. They operate as a global organsiation with 7 offices across the globe, and specialise in a niche form of marketing to provide clients with the most unique form of customer engagement. They work with reputable luxury names, and are looking for a team member to uphold and represent their brand. Description Reporting to the CFO, your role will include, but not be limited to; Conducting end-to-end payroll functions for offices including Australia, USA, Dubai and more Record payroll data in required programs (incl. Xero) and conducting accurate fortnightly payment runs Upholding employee records and answering all enquiries related to payroll Undertaking monthly journals in Xero, ensuring full reconciliation, and assisting with end of month payroll duties Assisting with any additional ADHOC tasks that may be required of you by the Executive Team Profile We are seeking an experienced Payroll Officer who works effectively in a collaborative environment, with relevant knowledge of payroll processes. Key competencies listed below: Ability to drive success in the payroll team, and to take initiative with tasks. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal communication, in addition to strong customer service skills. Someone who is able to adapt quickly, and be open to learning new skills. At least 2 years experience in an end-to-end Payroll officer role. Job Offer Our Client: Flexibility with work hours and days Convenient location in Moorabbin, based in a modern work-space with access to facilities. Free on-site parking Competitive remuneration To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Emma O'Sullivan on 61 478 269 120 • Fri, 17 MayPPAU Finance
Payroll Officer » Moorabbin, Kingston Area - Page Personnel is proud to be partnering with an innovative marketing client to recruit a permanent Payroll Officer to join their team. If you are looking to join an impressive organisation, and make a difference in the Payroll and wider finance team - Apply now Client Details Our client is an industry-leading marketing agency based in Moorabbin. They operate as a global organsiation with 7 offices across the globe, and specialise in a niche form of marketing to provide clients with the most unique form of customer engagement. They work with reputable luxury names, and are looking for a team member to uphold and represent their brand. Description Reporting to the CFO, your role will include, but not be limited to; Conducting end-to-end payroll functions for offices including Australia, USA, Dubai and more Record payroll data in required programs (incl. Xero) and conducting accurate fortnightly payment runs Upholding employee records and answering all enquiries related to payroll Undertaking monthly journals in Xero, ensuring full reconciliation, and assisting with end of month payroll duties Assisting with any additional ADHOC tasks that may be required of you by the Executive Team Profile We are seeking an experienced Payroll Officer who works effectively in a collaborative environment, with relevant knowledge of payroll processes. Key competencies listed below: Ability to drive success in the payroll team, and to take initiative with tasks. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal communication, in addition to strong customer service skills. Someone who is able to adapt quickly, and be open to learning new skills. At least 2 years experience in an end-to-end Payroll officer role. Job Offer Our Client: Flexibility with work hours and days Convenient location in Moorabbin, based in a modern work-space with access to facilities. Free on-site parking Competitive remuneration To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Emma O'Sullivan on 61 478 269 120 • Thu, 16 MayPPAU Finance
Payroll Officer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Located in the inner suburbs of Melbourne, we are looking for 2x payroll officers (temporary and permanent) to join a large NFP organisation. Upwards of 10,000 employees we would like to speak to both mid and senior level candidates. 2 years experience in high volume end to end payroll. The role: As a Payroll Officer/Senior Payroll Officer reporting directly to the Payroll Manager, your core responsibilities will include: Efficiently coordinating end to end payroll operations within a comprehensive payroll system. Reconciliation of employee pay and accrued leave entitlements. Managing the processing of documentation for new hires and departures. Providing timely and accurate responses to payroll inquiries from employees. Facilitating payroll adjustments for salary increments and contributing to month-end and year-end procedures. Undertaking various administrative duties, such as file maintenance, creation of new employee records, distribution of starter kits, and managing the process for police checks, including reimbursing associated expenses. The Successful Candidate: Prior payroll experience with one of the large payroll systems eg Chris21, SAP Volume payroll experience, within large organisations Strong time management and organisational capabilities. Solid verbal and written communication Demonstrated aptitude for meeting deadlines and fostering teamwork The senior payroll officers will ideally have experience mentoring more junior payrollers and be willing to continue to do so. With two roles available, the salary/hourly rate will vary. We will be reviewing applications as they are received so, please apply here today if this role is of interest. • Thu, 16 MayAccountAbility recruitment
Finance Officer / Accounts Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Our client is an iconic commercial organisation with a number of well-known residentials, commercial and retail projects with a focus on delivering results to their clients. With an office of approximately 90 staff across Canberra and regional NSW with approximately 15 people in the Head Office at any given time. They have a culture of high performance and excellence is engrained within the business. The Opportunity Working with an organisation with an excellent culture, you will be offered a permanent opportunity to join their corporate team. The role focuses on accounts payable and administration and involves tasks ranging from basic to complex in nature. A host of unique benefits which includes free parking and lunchtime bootcamps Work closely with a broad range of people in the organisation which will help you gain a better understanding of the business Strong autonomy within the role as the organisation trusts their staff to achieve agreed outcomes The Role Key responsibilities include: Managing supplier invoices including inputting the invoice to the system, creating purchase orders, preparing the payments runs and managing any queries Preparation of new creditor setups and credit applications Reconcile supplier statements at the end of the month and ensure missing invoices are located and approved in a timely manner Review In Progress and Awaiting Approval invoices to ensure timely approvals for supplier and subcontractor payments Credit card and bank reconciliation Supporting the internal maintenance team with job management, ensuring all relevant documentations is completed and any reports are required Assist with month end financial reporting to the Finance Team The Ideal Person You will be a high performing Accounts Officer who enjoys hardworking commercial environments and take pride in your work. You could also be a strong administrator who currently has finance responsibilities and are keen to continue on this pathway. A high level of attention to detail is essential. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are equally important as being able to work within the team and external stakeholders will be critical to your success in this role. You will also be able to think independently to solve problems, show initiative and be able to deal with competing priorities. Experience in the construction industry will be highly desirable but those who have worked in commercial organisations with a high volume of invoices will also be considered. We have worked with this business for a number of years and know them to enjoy a very healthy internal culture, where staff are highly respected by management, and where committed professionals have thrived in their career development. Salary / Rate $70k - $80k Super Permanent position Free parking and other unique benefits How to Apply To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kristelle Gadd or Alan Larby on 02 6108 4878 quoting ref no. 19470 . HorizonOne is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce and we encourage applications from people of all cultures, capabilities and backgrounds. • Thu, 16 MayHorizonOne
Tourism & Events Officer » Queensland, Australia - The Position This role is to perform provide frontline Tourism services at the Cunnamulla Fella Centre, to work as part of a team to plan and deliver events within the local community and promote businesses and attractions within the Paroo Shire. Selection Criteria Ability to model safe WHS behaviour in the workplace; Ability to ensure all services, programs and events are delivered in a safe and healthy manner; Ability to participate in the planning and implementation of tourism services; Ability to ensure all services are delivered in a professional and timely manner; Ability to participate in the planning and delivery of Tourism Events and provide support to ensure they are delivered in line with the event plan; Ability to participate in post event reviews to appraise the event’s success; Ability to promote local businesses and tourism offerings to relevant community members and visitors; and Ability to provide a high level of communication and customer service to the community and all workers at Council. Experience & Qualifications Knowledge of or an ability to quickly grasp and understanding of the tourism and visitor information requirements for the Paroo Shire; Prior experience providing customer service role through Tourism, Retail, Business or Administration; Strong interest in Tourism is essential, enthusiastic about sharing knowledge of the local area and confidence in public speaking; Good communication and interpersonal skills, both verbally and written, with the ability to provide timely courteous customer service while representing Council; Experience and understanding of the importance of working within a team and autonomously; Experience in Microsoft Office, databases and operating standard office equipment, computers and the internet; Experience with creating/updating websites and social media an advantage; Commitment and uphold Council Code of Conduct, Workplace Health and Safety and Anti-Discrimination policies; Ability to legally operate a motor vehicle under a ‘C’ Class Queensland Drivers Licence or higher is an essential requirement for this position; Blue Card (Working with Children) essential; and Formal qualifications in Event Management and/or Tourism highly regarded. Benefits A competitive remuneration package is offered of $59,700, plus allowances. 5 weeks annual leave with 17.5% loading 9 days fortnight Uniforms provided. A position description is available below. Applications closing when the position is filled. To apply please email your resume, cover letter outlining your experiences of the selection criteria and application form to hrparoo.qld.gov.au For further information please contact the HR Officer on 07 4655 8400. Please note we can only consider your application if you are eligible to work in Australia. • Wed, 15 MayParoo Shire Council

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