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Capital Works Project Officer » Adelaide, SA - for project delivery and oversight across a number of projects that have a national impact and/or are defined as medium or major.... Further information about MaPS, please see: . ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY The Capital Works Project Officer will work... • Mon, 03 JunDepartment of Finance and Administration$94434 - 115254 per year
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Project Officer » Hobart, TAS - documentation and managing grants. Research and analyse specific policy and project issues and contribute to solutions, proposals...) 6270 5607 or (03) 6270 5599. For more information Marnie Bower A/g Assistant Director Email Address marnie.bower@dpac... • Fri, 07 JunTasmanian Government$105921 - 119801 per year
Project Coordinator / Junior Integrated Producer » Sydney, NSW - Description: The primary role of the Project Coordinator/Junior Integrated Producer is to ensure all campaigns and projects are managed... and delivered successfully and to the highest standards, whether producing the project themselves or assisting other members of the... • Fri, 07 JunPublicis Groupe
Assistant Project Manager » Gold Coast, Gold Coast Region - Assistant Project Manager - Finance At The Star Entertainment Group, we aim to be Australia’s leading integrated resort company. Our mission is to create fun and memorable experiences for the millions of guests we welcome each year at our trusted destinations. Our properties across Sydney, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast are world-class with many award-winning hotels, restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues. The Star Entertainment Group (TSEG) is an ASX-listed company committed to supporting the communities in which we operate. TSEG will achieve this by leading with integrity and values to enable us to provide entertainment, gaming, and leisure experiences safely, responsibly, and ethically. As our Assistant Project Manager , reporting to the Senior Project Manager , you will assist in the management of the delivery of project works to ensure the project is completed on time, within budget and in compliance with organisational policies. This is a fantastic opportunity where you can oversee the planning, implementation and tracking of specific projects, including design, engineering and construction components. A few of your responsibilities: Coordinate and manage projects nominated by the Project Director, Senior Project Manager or Group General Manager Property Development. Manage site planning and management of specific development projects to cost, time, scope and quality. Brief architects, designers, contractors and suppliers and ensure Document Control Systems (DCS) are developed, maintained and updated, managing the flow chart systems to track design paths with operational teams and designers. Assist with the review, scoping and budget compilation of projects requests (as determined by the Project Director, Senior Project Manager or Group General Manager Property Development Ensure that the contractor’s induction program is completed by all contractors prior to commencement of works. Assist the Legal team with contract documentation and obtain relevant statutory approvals such as Development Approvals (DA) and Building Approvals (BA) prior to the commencement of any works. What we are looking for: Technical qualifications: Preference is University degree in Project Management, Design or a related Property qualification or combination of relevant skills and industry experience At least 5 years’ experience in property or construction industry Experience in the interpretation and application of contracts Knowledge of safety and environmental legislation Analytical, negotiation and interpersonal skills Experience with industry and or project inductions Analytical, negotiation and interpersonal skills. About you: You are an experienced project coordinator looking for an opportunity to apply your well-developed planning and organisation skills. You are committed to driving excellence to achieve quality outcomes for your team and organisation Your role will be pivotal in shaping the success of our property development and future offerings for our team members and guests. Please be aware that eligibility checks may be required as part of the recruitment process and ongoing employment for this position. What we can offer you: Complimentary meal on site every day including hot meals, sandwich bar and more Discounted parking other transport options (dependent on property) Up to 30% discounts across award winning restaurants and accommodation An organisation that values diversity, teamwork and being your best self Lifestyle discounts including gym memberships, retail discounts and dry-cleaning services Supportive leadership team Endless career growth and opportunities to learn and develop your career Opportunity to work with elite professionals and assets Please be aware that eligibility checks are required as part of the recruitment process and ongoing employment for this position. Our culture Each team member is expected to champion The Star’s Purpose, Values, and Principles (PVP), which serve as the cornerstone of The Star’s culture. Our purpose it to create fun at trusted destinations. This commitment involves living our values of Build memorable connections, Own It, Lead with Integrity, and Take good care. We welcome applications from all cultures, ages, religions, genders, LGBTQI people, Australia’s First Nations Peoples, and people with disabilities. We recognise the distinctive challenges that trans and gender-diverse applicants may encounter during the recruitment process. We offer a range of flexible working options for team members to find a balance between work and life that’s right for them and their unique well-being needs. The Star is a WGEA Employee of Citation for Gender Equality holder and is recognised with a Gold Award 2022 by the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) which evaluates LGBTQI inclusiveness in the workplace. It’s your time to SHINE Click on the link below to make your next career move with The Star. Advertised: 07 Jun 2024 E. Australia Standard Time Applications close: 23 Jun 2024 E. Australia Standard Time • Fri, 07 JunThe Star
Project Assistant – Promoting Advancement of Women in Indonesia’s Infrastructure Sector (PAVE) » Indonesia - Australia - Project Assistant – Promoting Advancement of Women in Indonesia’s Infrastructure Sector (PAVE) Program Background..., please see The Role The National Project Assistant (NPA) will provide technical, organizational and administrative support to the... • Fri, 07 JunDT Global

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Project Officer - Talent Pool AO3-AO5 » Brisbane, QLD - . These roles include Administration Support Officer, Assistant Project Officer, and Project Officer. The SESP Division... Administration Officers and Project Officers for future temporary and permanent opportunities over the next 12 months... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Assistant Project Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - As an Assistant Project Manager at Linesight , you will work with highly experienced, culturally diverse, and talented teams nurturing a strong social dynamic and a shared sense of achievement. You will gain vast industry experience that will open doors for you, extend your skillset and expand your perspective. We will empower, support, and enable you to take real responsibility in your role so that you can take charge of your career progression with us. For us lasting trusted relationships are everything, both with our teams and our clients. In this role you will: Assist in the delivery of a wide range of projects Contribute to key meetings to monitor progress and collaborate on solving problems. Attend key meetings to monitor progress, actively collaborate on solving problems and communicate impacts to partners. Implement project procedures and use reasonable endeavours to ensure that this procedure is always observed Implement and monitor key project processes, partnering with the client to make improvements and revisions Be a visible participant onsite, assessing progress and ensuring safe work practices. Produce weekly action plan for critical activities and chase with all stakeholders till completion of critical activities. Review proposed variations and delays in the works Coordinate with the client team, consultant team and the contractor on all snagging activities, including the schedule and partner engagement We would love to hear from you if you: Excel in a collaborative and friendly team environment Have project management experience with a focus on MEP Love a dynamic environment with the opportunity to manage your own priorities and deadlines Are an excellent communicator verbally and in writing Have a project management professional certification or are seeking one. Linesight is a highly successful global project and cost management consultancy that keeps clients coming back. And for that we have our people to thank. You see we’re not like the others. We’re different. Unique. It’s our fresh thinking and focus on what matters that has led to our evolving. We are on a journey working in some of the most exciting innovative sectors with some of the world’s most prestigious companies delivering major projects that deliver a more sustainable built environment. We have an open culture and a flat structure where you can expect to be treated with genuine care, respect, and empathy. With Linesight, you can truly discover the power of team Diversity, inclusion and accessibility Linesight is committed to transparent, equal opportunity employment practices. We are building a diverse and inclusive organisation, accessible to all, based on having a safe culture which enables all our people to be their true selves. We are a people business, and we understand that the more inclusive we are, the happier our people and better our work will be. We will ensure that individuals with disability are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the application or recruitment process and are accommodated in the workplace. If you require assistance or accommodation of any kind, please mention this in your application, we would love to hear from you • Fri, 07 JunLinesight
Talent Search Advisor » The Rocks, Sydney - About ACU ACU is affiliated with the fellowship of the Church of Christ. All applicants must be professing Christians and willing to support the Christian mission and purpose of Abilene Christian University while employed by the university. Title of Position Talent Search Advisor Posting Location Abilene Department TRIO- Talent Search Employee Class Nonexempt Reduced Full-time Basic Responsibilities A. Ensure Completion of Project Objectives B. Screen for Eligible Project Participants C. Advise Project Participants D. Assist the Project Director, as Assigned Essential Duties A. Ensure Completion of Project Objectives Assist Project Participants in locating information on educational opportunities and financial aid. Assess the needs of Project participants and document potential for postsecondary education. Assist Project participants with the technical aspects of applying for admission to postsecondary institutions. Assist Project participants with the details of FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and financial aid in postsecondary institutions. Coordinate and work directly with secondary schools, community agencies, organizations, and postsecondary institutions to provide services to Project participants. B. Screen for Eligible Project Participants Establish effective means of searching for, identifying, and selecting eligible Project participants in target schools. Document and verify the adequacy of financial aid applied for and received. Conduct a follow-up effort to document and verify enrollment in postsecondary institutions. C. Advise Project Participants Provide career and academic guidance and counseling to Project participants. Counsel students with respect to financial aid assistance (grants, loans, and other programs available). Collect grade reports for students enrolled in the Project and address areas needing improvement. Assist Project participants to initiate or resume a postsecondary educational program of study. D. Assist the Project Director, as Assigned Provide input, suggestions, and recommendations in evaluating the overall effectiveness of the Project. Perform tasks assigned by the Project Director and/or TRIO Coordinator. Professional Development Requirements A. Skills Required Good communication skills. Working knowledge of database functions. Understanding of the current technology to develop and maintain proper records of students and their activities. B. Training Modules Required: Must have experience or be willing to be trained in: Microsoft Office Software Word Excel Publisher Google Gmail Google Docs Google Calendar Lacai database Qualifications A. Professional Required: A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in one or more of the following areas Education Counseling and Guidance Social Work Psychology Preferred: A minimum of one year experience working with disadvantaged students. Experience in career identification and awareness. Experience with financial aid forms and college/university financial aid procedures. Must be aware of the nature of educationally disadvantaged youth and be sensitive to their needs. B. Personal Must be highly organized and able to multi-task. Must maintain a positive attitude under moderately stressful conditions. Must have highly developed communication skills and be willing to work as a team member. Physical Demands Sitting for extended periods of time. Looking at a computer monitor for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift 25 pounds. Must have a valid driver's license Some work during weekends and nights required (for conference travel and/or student events) Additional Information ACU does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, disability, genetic information, national or ethnic origin in employment opportunities, in keeping with applicable state and federal law. ACU is committed to maintaining a safe and secure campus environment and protecting the university's financial and physical assets. Therefore, Abilene Christian University conducts background checks on all candidates for employment in security sensitive positions. • Fri, 07 JunAbilene Christian University
Project Manager » Brisbane, QLD - the largest clients across Australia with their complex projects. We have a number of roles coming up for Project Managers..., planning works, tracking progress and business case delivery to bringing assets into use. The main purpose of the Assistant... • Thu, 06 JunTurner & Townsend
Assistant Project Manager » Queensland - Core Talent are recruiting for a highly reputable and established property group who are seeking an Assistant Project... Manager who will be initially apart of an experienced project team to support in delivering a large mixed purpose construction... • Thu, 06 JunCore Talent$70000 - 85000 per year
Project Manager » Brisbane, QLD - the largest clients across Australia with their complex projects. We have a number of roles coming up for Project Managers..., planning works, tracking progress and business case delivery to bringing assets into use. The main purpose of the Assistant... • Thu, 06 JunTurner & Townsend
Virtual Assistant - Video project » Australia - to participate in a video recording project. The task involves recording yourself answering 10 questions in your native language... carefully and adhere to the project's guidelines. Availability to complete the task within the specified timeframe.... • Thu, 06 JunTwine
Assistant Project Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Core Talent are recruiting for a highly reputable and established property group who are seeking an Assistant Project Manager who will be initially apart of an experienced project team to support in delivering a large mixed purpose construction build in Brisbane. The role is a administrative support to the Project Manager - negotiating, preparing, coordinating and managing contractors and contracts on the project. Responsibilities: Provide effective administration of contractors, consultants, supplies and subcontractors Liaising with the internal team at all levels day to day Preparation of PPR and FFE Prepare project Gant Charts Reviewing contracts for compliance Liaising between parties involved in project regarding contract development and revising etc. Prepare specifications and tender documents Preparation of scope changes Assist the project team to ensure the timely and accurate approvals of invoices, claims and variations Adhering to all KPIs in place This opportunity will suit a motivated and enthustatic individual who has Project Management experience to grown and develop within a high performing team and company. If this role sounds like you, please click "apply now" • Thu, 06 JunCore Talent Pty Ltd
Virtual Assistant - Video project » Australia - About Twine We're a thriving ecosystem of top-tier freelancers from around the world. Trusted by Fortune 500 companies and Silicon Valley startups, Twine is the go-to platform for mission-critical projects. Twine's experts get to participate in generating quality datasets at an unprecedented scale. With over half a million registered freelancers and a growing roster of 35,000 companies, we've become the comprehensive solution for freelancing. Our Mission At Twine, we recognise that companies require a flexible approach to hiring expert freelancers for their most critical projects. Traditional freelance platforms often fall short when it comes to scalability and diversity. That's where we shine. Twine operates as a thriving global freelance network, with diverse experts across various fields, including marketing, engineering, and AI. Our core mission is to empower creators, whether they're businesses or individual freelancers, to thrive in their creative endeavours. About the Role Twine AI, a company focused on providing artificial intelligence solutions, is seeking individuals to participate in a video recording project. The task involves recording yourself answering 10 questions in your native language. This is a short-term opportunity with the potential to earn $60 for approximately 30 minutes of work. Responsibilities: Record yourself answering 10 provided questions in your native language. Ensure the recording is in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second (FPS) using a mobile phone. Follow the provided instructions carefully to ensure the recording meets the required specifications. Submit the completed video recording within the specified timeframe. Requirements Access to a mobile phone capable of recording videos in 4K resolution at 60 FPS. Willingness to be filmed and recorded on video. Ability to follow instructions carefully and adhere to the project's guidelines. Availability to complete the task within the specified timeframe. • Thu, 06 JunTwine
Assistant / Contracts Administrator - Industrial Projects - ASAP » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Great opportunity to join a head contractor with excellent presence in the industrial sector with a strong reputation for delivering quality projects. Established progressive industrial new build head contractor Extensive project pipeline in Industrial and Commercial sectors to $100m Excellent career progression, culture and employee wellness policy Great opportunity to join a head contractor with excellent presence in the industrial sector with a strong reputation for delivering quality projects. A market leading industrial head contractor with a proven track record of successfully delivering complex projects, our client is now seeking an Assistant / Contracts Administrator to join their growing business. Projects will of an Industrial nature up to about $100m, experience with similar projects in these sectors or similar will be an advantage. You will be responsible for the management and administration of contracts throughout the project life cycle. In addition, you will ensure that the high quality and profitability of the projects are maintained while financial and contractual risks are minimised. The position will be based out of the head office with visits to site. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Managing all facets of the subcontract process Processing variations Negotiate and review subcontract tenders including preparation of tender comparison for review Prepare, check and review subcontract packages, scopes, lettings and procurement schedules Monitor subcontractors to ensure they are adhering to environmental commitments and responsibilities Preparation of accurate payment schedules Understand and manage subcontractor contractual risk Process progress claims, delay claims and external variations according to contractual obligations Preparation of project budgets for review and provide accurate rolling final account forecasts Qualifications and Requirements: Tertiary qualification in Engineering, Construction or similar Minimum 2 to 5 years experience in the construction industry – a Tier 1, 2 or 3 background would be ideal Strong financial analysis and administrative focus Good negotiation skills Strong project reporting skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Well-developed interpersonal skills Experience with Microsoft Office suite Construction Safety Induction (white) card This is a permanent full time position providing a great opportunity to work with a successful and growing organisation who offer challenging work and the potential for career progression. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or 0450 302 738 or Sam Barnes on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au or 0429 306 688 for further information. • Thu, 06 JunAmida Recruitment
Administration/Project Management Assistant » Brisbane, QLD - ) office is looking to bring in an Administration / Project Management Assistant (PMA) to assist the busy project managers...; Tracking of project deliverables against schedules. Assist with the completion of project-related quality documentation... • Wed, 05 JunCMW Geosciences
Administration/Project Management Assistant » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - CMW is a trans-Tasman Geotechnical Consultancy with 19 offices and over 300 employees throughout Australia and New Zealand. Our projects cover construction and civil engineering from larger long-term national roading projects to smaller residential developments. CMW has maintained year-on-year growth since its establishment in 2012, and the Brisbane (Albion) office is looking to bring in an Administration / Project Management Assistant (PMA) to assist the busy project managers and field staff. You'll belong to our Brisbane team of 60 and be connected to the wider administration team for support and training. This role would be suitable for someone looking for an entry-level administration position. No prior experience is required; however, we are looking for someone who is organized, proactive, and personable. All further training will be provided. Responsibilities Support and undertake activities related to the delivery of projects including. Format documents, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF. Travel bookings and tracking Photocopying, scanning and binding on behalf of engineers. Assist the Geotechnical Team with sub-contractor coordination, management including tracking POs on behalf of the PMs; Tracking of project deliverables against schedules. Assist with the completion of project-related quality documentation. Maintaining all CMW vehicles, including but not limited to organizing registrations, repairs, and services, record keeping, and updating registers. Assist and support the Office Manager & team leaders in relation to quality and health and safety documentation. Assist the Office Manager & HSE Rep with HSE auditing; and Co-ordination of office events and meetings Minute taking for the Office Manager and Project Managers Any other reasonable tasks as directed by the Office Manager Qualification/Experience No formal qualifications are needed for this role; however, a strong knowledge of MS Office is required. Experience or interest in Geotechnical Engineering is advantageous. Personal Attributes Organised and able to able to prioritise tasks Hard working, energetic, sociable and well presented Personally committed to workplace safety Enthusiasm for innovative and practical solutions Excellent interpersonal skills Strong team player Clear, confident and articulate communicator Ability to think on your feet Able to meet deadlines and self-organise Strong organisational skills with high attention to detail Ability to multi-task, problem solve and work in a fast-paced office environment. Benefits Additional Day Leave on Birthday Regular morning teas Weekly Friday drinks 37.5-hour work week with flexible start and finish times 20 days annual leave Career opportunities and support to progress within the company and thats just the beginning. Apply to find out more. • Wed, 05 JunCMW Geosciences
Construction Project Manager QLD » Aspley, QLD - a dynamic and supportive environment. Job Description: Could you be our next Construction Project Manager? With new... and liaising with governing authorities during approval and development process Managing the development of project documentation... • Tue, 04 JunMcDonald's
Assistant Project Manager/ Project Manager » Canberra, ACT - to successful completion Managing the design process to achieve the client's requirements and manage expectations Reviewing project plans... and specifications, scheduling, costs saving measures, discrepancies, potential construction problems, etc. Managing project safety... • Tue, 04 JunTurner & Townsend
Construction Project Manager QLD » Aspley, QLD - a dynamic and supportive environment. Job Description Could you be our next Construction Project Manager? With new... and liaising with governing authorities during approval and development process Managing the development of project documentation... • Tue, 04 JunMcDonald's
Assistant Project Manager/ Project Manager » Canberra, ACT - to successful completion Managing the design process to achieve the client's requirements and manage expectations Reviewing project plans... and specifications, scheduling, costs saving measures, discrepancies, potential construction problems, etc. Managing project safety... • Tue, 04 JunTurner & Townsend
Civil Engineering Assistant/Project Manager » Narre Warren, VIC - Melbourne, VIC - POWERPLANT Project Services exists to empower intelligent infrastructure solutions for a sustainable future. We care... sustainable future. Powerplant is an engineering service business delivering tailored network services, design and project... • Tue, 04 JunPOWERPLANT PROJECT SERVICES PTY LTD$100000 per year
Assistant Project Officer | Maintenance Hub | Homes (Talent Pool) » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Assistant Project Officer (Talent Pool) | Maintenance Hub Location – Regional & Metro role with some ability to work from home. Must be available to attend meetings in Liverpool when required. Employment type – Ongoing, Temporary, full-time, part-time/Talent Pool only Salary - $93,295 - $102,941 superannuation and shift penalties Your role Do you have a passion for customer service and would like to use your trade/building/construction industry knowledge to help make a positive difference in our social housing maintenance operations? Homes NSW is an Agency of the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ). Our vision is for NSW to be a place where everyone has access to safe and secure housing, and where experiences of homelessness are rare, brief, and non-recurring. We lead work to deliver more quality social housing to our 262,000 tenants across NSW, empowering our tenants to live fulfilling lives and achieve their potential in inclusive communities with a focus on breaking, rather than managing disadvantage. We strive for excellence in service delivery and most importantly, Homes NSW puts people at the heart – including our staff. Working for us means you are joining a team where your expertise and skills will be valued. The Maintenance Hub Response Centre operates 24/7 365 days a year and employs around 150 staff to provide responsive maintenance solutions to social housing properties in NSW, utilising various channels such as telephone, email, and online platforms to cater to our clients’ needs effectively. Your new role offers a generous salary package and internal career progression, as well as flexible work arrangements, including some ability to work remotely from home. Regional NSW candidates are encouraged to apply. What you’ll do Your new role will give you the flexibility to be working from your home office or one of our many office locations around NSW and our headquarters in Liverpool or Parramatta for required shifts across a 24/7 roster. Your passion for making a difference will be rewarded, knowing you are solving problems for those in need by putting your experience or knowledge of the building and construction industry to work by triaging and identifying the most appropriate maintenance solutions to our social housing tenants. You will do this by: • Providing real-time subject matter expertise support to the Response Centre Operators • Working proactively with Team Leaders, Service Manager and Project Officer to identify and implement continual improvement strategies and procedures • Actively engaging with multiple stakeholders to provide accurate and timely solutions to maintenance enquiries to ensure optimum outcomes and client satisfaction • Assist Response Centre operations with surge support during peak periods or extreme demand situations What we’re looking for The successful applicant will have: • Strong client focus with a commitment to quality customer service • Excellent computer navigation skills with the ability to work between multiple screens and applications • Dedication to continuous learning through both in-person and virtual training • A fully functional, private, and secure work from home office • Commitment to attend scheduled team meetings at our Liverpool office • Ability to work across a rotating 7-day roster between 7am – 7pm • A strong understanding of building maintenance is highly desirable, but not essential • Call Centre experience is also desirable, but not essential • Strong work ethic and capability to support staff and manage maintenance problems and apply appropriate first-time solutions Download the role description. If you are viewing this ad in Seek and wish to apply via their portal, you will be required to either set up a profile or login via your existing Seek account. To apply directly via the DCJ Careers site click here. Search for the job and click the ‘Apply now’ button. We focus on hiring people who share our commitment and goals of inclusion, collaboration, adaptability, courage and integrity. If you meet the essential requirements and the role resonates with you, please apply – you do not need to meet every desired requirement for us to want to talk to you. What We Offer We offer a variety of benefits, including: • A challenging and rewarding career • Flexible, autonomous work environment • Competitive pay and conditions • Training and development opportunities to build and maintain capabilities • Health & Wellbeing and Employee Assistance Programs. Want more information? Visit our website to see more information on Working for us. We do work that really matters Working for the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) provides lots of opportunities to make a real difference. We collaborate with other agencies and community partners, to improve lives and realise the potential of children, adults, families and communities. We're focused on breaking, rather than managing, disadvantage. It’s work that really matters. Apply now and join Australia’s top public sector employer where we will support you and provide an exciting and flexible working environment Are you ready to join us? Click apply, attach a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining how you meet the requirements of the role as well as an up-to-date résumé (maximum 5 pages). Applications close 17 June 2024 at 11:59pm AEST. Got a question? For more information about the role or what it’s like to work for DCJ, please contact the hiring manager Kathryn Sullivan at MRC-Recruitmenthomes.nsw.gov.au. If you’ve got a question about applying or would benefit from an adjustment in the recruitment process to help you perform at your best, please contact Mary Michael via Mary.Michaeldcj.nsw.gov.au. Visit Recruitment adjustments on the DCJ website to learn more. Inclusion and Diversity lies at the heart of how we recruit We continue to hire great people with a wide variety of skills, experience and backgrounds. This includes people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, women, people identifying as LGBTIQ, culturally and linguistically diverse people, carers and other diversity groups. To find out what DCJ are doing to build an inclusive and diverse workforce, visit Inclusion and diversity on the DCJ website. Other Information A talent pool may be created for future ongoing and temporary roles and is valid for a period of up to 18 months. For more information visit Your recruitment journey on the DCJ website. Thank you for your interest in this role. We look forward to receiving your application. To keep up with recruitment opportunities at DCJ, follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CareersatDCJ/ Homes NSW is an Agency of the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ). Our vision is for NSW to be a place where everyone has access to safe and secure housing, and where experiences of homelessness are rare, brief, and non-recurring. Department of Communities and Justice A challenging and rewarding career Flexible, autonomous work environment Competitive pay and conditions Training and development opportunities to build and maintain capabilities Health & Wellbeing and Employee Assistance Programs. • Tue, 04 JunDepartment of Communities and Justice
Maintenance Supervisor » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description What we are looking for: A friendly, customer-focused attitude with the drive to provide total customer satisfaction. Previous duty technician experience. A high standard of grooming and presentation The ability and flexibility to work across a 7-day roster, including early mornings and on weekends. What you will be doing: This position is responsible for all maintenance issues within the Hotel to deliver an excellent guest experience while performing daily checks, repairing equipment, and coordinating projects. Assist the Chief Engineer manage projects including repairs and replacement of plant and equipment including refrigeration, plumbing, water treatment, electrical and life safety systems. Manage contractor work requests, inductions and follow up on all work assigned. Implement systems to manage risk and environmental impact effectively. Train and develop members of the Engineering team. Prioritize job requests, assign tasks to team and follow up on completed jobs as required. • Tue, 04 JunAccorHotel
Assistant Project Manager/ Project Manager » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Job Description Lead and manage complex projects and programs as the key client interface Developing working relationships, problem solving and driving projects to successful completion Managing the design process to achieve the client's requirements and manage expectations Reviewing project plans and specifications, scheduling, costs saving measures, discrepancies, potential construction problems, etc. Managing project safety and environmental requirements Managing project timelines, risks and reporting Managing project budgets and advising on options to keep budget on track Chairing project/site meetings with clients, consultants and contractors • Tue, 04 JunTurner & Townsend
Project Administrative Assistant - Mining & Metals » Perth CBD, Perth - Requisition ID: 276341 Relocation Authorized: None Telework Type: Full-Time Office/Project Work Location: Perth, WA Extraordinary teams building inspiring projects: Since 1898, we have helped customers complete more than 25,000 projects in 160 countries on all seven continents that have created jobs, grown economies, improved the resiliency of the world's infrastructure, increased access to energy, resources, and vital services, and made the world a safer, cleaner place. Differentiated by the quality of our people and our relentless drive to deliver the most successful outcomes, we align our capabilities to our customers' objectives to create a lasting positive impact. We serve the Infrastructure; Nuclear, Security & Environmental; Energy; Mining & Metals, and the Manufacturing and Technology markets. Our services span from initial planning and investment, through start-up and operations. Core to Bechtel is our Vision, Values and Commitments. They are what we believe, what customers can expect, and how we deliver. Learn more about our extraordinary teams building inspiring projects in our Impact Report. Job Summary: Bechtel is seeking a Project Administrative Assistant for the Mining & Metals team, based in Perth. The position will be responsible for working independently to provide administrative and secretarial support of a responsible and confidential nature to help ensure the smooth functioning of a department or project. Duties require accuracy, judgment, a high degree of initiative, discretion, diplomacy, and knowledge of protocol. You will anticipate changing priorities and problems. Major Responsibilities: Coordinating requests from clients, managers, and in-house staff and determining action on important or emergency matters or knows whom to contact in absence of the manager. Collecting, reviewing, and distributing incoming hard copy and electronic mail. Independently handles mail not requiring the manager's attention. Reviewing outgoing mail to ensure accuracy and proper format. Following up to ensure action. Coordinating complex travel arrangements, including details of business plans. Preparing itineraries and expense reports. Coordinating meetings, arranging for facilities, equipment, and refreshments. May prepare and distribute notices, agendas, information packets, and minutes. Independently maintaining a hard copy or electronic calendar for the responsible manager. Developing and guiding the implementation of office procedures and of filing and record-keeping systems. Performing other responsibilities as required. Education and Experience Requirements: Proven experience in a similar role. Required Knowledge and Skills: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build relationships Proactive and takes responsibility for work. Creative and analytical skills would be highly valued to support PowerPoint presentation development and collation of market information. A flexible team player who enthusiastically collaborates across our teams. Ability to multitask, while being highly organized and juggling multiple work streams. Demonstrated knowledge of filing systems and common office procedures. Working Rights in Australia without employer sponsorship are required. We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer & commit to respond to every applicant. Total Rewards/Benefits: There are many reasons why choosing to join Bechtel is one of the best career decisions you will ever make. In addition to working with talented, dedicated people and having the opportunity to play an integral role in stimulating and challenging local and international projects, Bechtel is committed to offering you the benefits and resources to live a healthy life. With a market aligned salary package and annual discretionary performance bonus scheme in place, employee wellbeing is also at the centre of our business - promoted through our strong health and safety focus and private health cover including access to a leading employee assistance program. Diverse teams build the extraordinary: As a global company, Bechtel has long been home to a vibrant multitude of nationalities, cultures, ethnicities, and life experiences. This diversity has made us a more trusted partner, more effective problem solvers and innovators, and a more attractive destination for leading talent. We are committed to being a company where every colleague feels that they belong-where colleagues feel part of "One Team," respected and rewarded for what they bring, supported in pursuing their goals, invested in our values and purpose, and treated equitably. Click here to learn more about the people who power our legacy. LI-DF1 Shaping tomorrow together Bechtel is one of the most respected global engineering, construction, and project management companies. Together with our customers, we deliver landmark projects that foster long-term progress and economic growth. Since 1898, we've completed more than 25,000 extraordinary projects across 160 countries on all seven continents. We operate through five global businesses: Infrastructure; Nuclear, Security & Environmental; Energy; Mining & Metals; and Manufacturing & Technology. Our company and our culture are built on more than a century of leadership and a relentless adherence to our values, the core of which are safety, quality, ethics, and integrity. These values are what we believe, what we expect, what we deliver, and what we live. www.bechtel.com Bechtel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, disability, citizenship status (except as authorized by law), protected veteran status, genetic information, and any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. Bechtel employees are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or show proof of a negative test result prior to accessing Bechtel sites/facilities to the extent required by applicable law or by customer requirements. • Tue, 04 JunBechtel
Sr Analyst I ERP Package Applications » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - : Essential Job Functions: • Contribute to package software application development projects. • Collaborate with the team on project tasks and objectives. • Assist in testing, debugging, and maintenance of software. • Follow established coding standards and best practices. • Research and stay informed about emerging technologies. • Provide support for software architecture and design. • Document project progress and assist in project planning. • Assist in mentoring junior team members. Basic Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree in a relevant field (i.e., Computer Science) or equivalent combination of education and experience • Typically, 5 years of relevant work experience in industry, with a minimum of 2 years in a similar role years of relevant work experience in software engineering • Proficiency in 1 or more software languages and development methodologies • Basic coding and debugging skills • Proven ability to work on complex software projects Other Qualifications: • Advanced degree in a relevant field a plus • Relevant cloud certifications (e.g., PMP, CTO, or MBA) or advanced training a plus Recruitment fraud is a scheme in which fictitious job opportunities are offered to job seekers typically through online services, such as false websites, or through unsolicited emails claiming to be from the company. These emails may request recipients to provide personal information or to make payments as part of their illegitimate recruiting process. DXC does not make offers of employment via social media networks and DXC never asks for any money or payments from applicants at any point in the recruitment process, nor ask a job seeker to purchase IT or other equipment on our behalf. More information on employment scams is available here. • Tue, 04 JunDXC Technology
Student Activities & Projects Assistant (08 months & contracted through 3rd party) » Australia - Overview: RMIT University Commitment RMIT is committed to the rights of students and staff to be safe, respected, valued, and treated as an equal in their place of study and work. All staff are expected to share this commitment and contribute to a safer community. While carrying out their role, staff are in a position of trust with students. Staff have a duty of care to report wellbeing concerns about students through the designated channels and uphold to the code of conduct. RMIT Vietnam expects all staff members to comply with its Code of Conduct, policies and procedures, which relate to legal and regulatory requirements and our ways of working. Why RMIT University Vietnam? RMIT Vietnam is committed to excellence, innovation, and social responsibility. We welcome applications from qualified and passionate individuals who share our values and vision. RMIT University has a global reputation and ranks 140th globally and 11th in Australia in QS World University Rankings 2024. To learn more about our rankings, please check out our latest facts and figures here Reputation and rankings - RMIT University RMIT Vietnam has been honoured with the respectable HR Asia Award as Top Employer To Work For in Asia. To find out more about RMIT Vietnam and our current vacancies, please visit our website: https://www.rmit.edu.vn/careers . Your role Student Activities & Projects Assistant is tasked with supporting logistics and communications for major events at RMIT University Vietnam's Saigon South Campus in weekdays and weekends when required. This role primarily involves assisting the Student Life Department and Student Club Program team in organizing both in-person and hybrid events, assisting with communications and administrative duties, and being prepared to assume additional responsibilities when required. Report to: Student Activities Manager Key Accountabilities Event planning and logistics: Help organize events from start to finish, including booking venues, working with vendors, tracking budgets, and liaising with other departments. Event execution: Support in event setup, execution, and breakdown, coordinating with staff and volunteers as needed to ensure that all aspects of the event proceed according to plan. Communication and marketing: Help promote events regarding student activities and develop content for Student Life's social media fan pages and other communication platforms (online and offline). Administrative tasks: Assist with managing paperwork for events, sponsorships, and reimbursements and maintain accurate records of expenses, invoices, and client preferences for future reference and improvement. Meetings and documentation: Take notes at meetings and help distribute information. Other duties: Assist senior staff with additional tasks as needed. Key Selection Criteria Bachelor degree in relevant disciplines Experience in event logistics support, procurement of event items and administration tasks. Experience working in an event agency is a significant plus. Well-developed interpersonal skills including coordination, liaison, and communication, both written and spoken, in English and Vietnamese, across a broad range of stakeholders Well-developed planning, organisational, analytical and problems solving skills, working independently, or as part of a team. Attention to detail, accuracy, and security when managing information. Demonstrated good knowledge and experience with computer software and platforms, including databases, spreadsheets, presentation software, apps and social media, and graphic design tools. Experience in project support related to communication activities. Experience creating and maintaining effective digital content, including social media. Proven organizations skills with the ability to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines. Well-developed interpersonal skills, including negotiation, liaison and cross-cultural communication. Other Information Contract: duration 08 months Highly competitive gross salary Annual leave: 1 day per working month Accident Insurance 24/7 Free use of onsite sports and fitness facilities Library on campus and online - access to RMIT Australia online library English Proficiency English is the language of teaching and communication at RMIT Vietnam. For this role, the minimum requirement is IELTS General 5.5 (or equivalent Linguaskill 150). To be eligible for this position you must be a Vietnamese citizen. Applications received from non-Vietnamese candidates will not be considered. To Apply Please submit your CV and cover letter addressing your suitability for this position by clicking on the 'Apply' link below Applications Close: 10 thg 6 2024 11.59 pm RMIT University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) is a campus of RMIT University. RMIT Vietnam is creating an innovative research, teaching and learning culture. We are committed to providing internationally recognised high-quality education and professional training for our students, clients and members of the community. As an internationally recognised Australian university based in Asia, RMIT Vietnam is assisting in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region. https://www.rmit.edu.vn/about-us • Tue, 04 JunRMIT University
Project Assistant » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Provide sound efficient and effective advice and day to day delivery of administrative services to the Director, and management within Early Years and Primary Policy and Projects including managing general inquiries, travel arrangements, information and records and preparing and presenting documents. • Tue, 04 JunNorthern Territory Government
Legal Assistant - Projects » Melbourne, VIC - legal assistant to step in to a great team support two Partners. Duties will include, but are not limited to: Preparing... • Mon, 03 Junpeople2people$95000 - 105000 per year
Construction Project Manager QLD » Aspley, QLD - a dynamic and supportive environment. Job Description Could you be our next Construction Project Manager? With new... and liaising with governing authorities during approval and development process Managing the development of project documentation... • Mon, 03 JunMcDonald's
Assistant Development Manager ? built form land/masterplanned project » Melbourne, VIC - / apply for Assistant Development Manager ? built form land/masterplanned project... to be opportunistic with acquisitions in recent years. The Role Our client is seeking a Assistant Development Manager to support the... • Mon, 03 JunAtlam Group
Capital Works Project Officer » Adelaide, SA - for project delivery and oversight across a number of projects that have a national impact and/or are defined as medium or major.... Further information about MaPS, please see: . ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY The Capital Works Project Officer will work... • Mon, 03 JunDepartment of Finance and Administration$94434 - 115254 per year
Assistant Project Manger - Project Management » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - At GHD, we don't just believe in the power of commitment, we live and breathe it every day. If you want to start a career with impact, whether solving everyday problems through to tackling some of the great challenges our clients and communities face, you'll find that here. That's why we pledge to empower all our people to make a positive impact and ensure you're provided the necessary training and experiences to make those aspirations a reality. We know community impact is important to our staff. Our GHD in the Community program partners with not-for-profit organisations to provide opportunities to work on pro-bono projects, volunteering and fundraising for philanthropic and humanitarian causes. As a business we also funnel some of our profits into the GHD Foundation, a registered charity that works to address disadvantage and inequality in children accessing STEAM education in our countries of operation. What does being a Graduate mean for you? Outside of the technical development you'll gain working within your team, you'll also join GHD's two-year Graduate Development Program. The Graduate Program will connect you peers across Australia, New Zealand, the broader Asia Pacific region and the Middle East. We offer optional rotations in the second year of your program to help explore your career pathway, a structured approach to promotions and salary reviews over your first two years and a culture that is friendly, inclusive and not built on hierarchy. Want to know more about life as a Consultant in GHD? GHD, in partnership with The Forage, a global provider of job simulations, have developed a self-paced Virtual Internship where you'll start to explore what a career in our Engineering teams looks like. You'll hear from one of the Leaders in our Rail team who'll outline some of the topics we cover, as well as talking you through a bit more of what we do in GHD. The Virtual Internship should only take you 3-4 hours to complete We're not asking you to undertake complex calculations, but rather understand some of the challenge we work with on a day-to-day basis. To learn more, access our Virtual Engineering Internship here. What you'll be doing As a Graduate Project Manager, you will play a pivotal role in planning, executing, and closing projects efficiently and effectively. Your responsibilities will span various industries, and you'll oversee projects from initiation to completion. The primary focus is on ensuring that projects meet their objectives within scope, time, and budget constraints. Who are we looking for? We are looking for Students and Graduates from an Built Environment Discipline with an interest in Project Management to join our program in 2025. We may also have some mid-year starting positions as well for those of you finishing in June this year Our Canberra Business is currently looking for a hard-working and passionate Graduate Assistant Project Manager to join our growing Project Management team. Our team is close-knit, and you will be an integral member supporting the team in delivering projects across a wide range of clients. This role offers exciting opportunities to be involved in delivering federal government projects, as well as traditional ACT government projects across a range of clients. The work will be diverse, including assisting in project planning, developing project management documentation, project reporting, attending client meetings and supporting the project manager in the day-to-day delivery of a project. You will have experienced staff to guide and mentor you, as well as access to the GHD Young Professionals network. Key Responsibilities Project Planning and Execution: Collaborate with project managers and team members to define project goals, scope, and deliverables. Develop project plans, including timelines, milestones, and resource allocation. Monitor project progress, identify risks, and implement mitigation strategies. Stakeholder Communication: Liaise with clients, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure clear communication throughout the project lifecycle. Provide regular updates on project status, addressing any concerns promptly. Budget and Cost Management: Assist in estimating project costs and preparing budgets. Monitor expenses, track financial performance, and ensure adherence to budgetary constraints. Quality Assurance: Assist the regulation of project quality by ensuring compliance with standards, specifications, and best practices. Assist the PM to conduct regular inspections and quality checks. Risk Management: Assist the PM to identify potential risks and develop risk mitigation plans. Proactively address issues to minimize project disruptions. Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate project documentation, including progress reports and meeting minutes. Prepare reports for stakeholders. Collaboration and Teamwork: Work closely with cross-functional teams, including architects, engineers, contractors, and designers. Foster a collaborative environment to achieve project success. What does the rest of GHD's process look like? Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed by one of our Talent Acquisition team members who manage each of our regions. From there, the rest of our recruitment process includes: A Video Interview, where you'll get the chance to introduce yourself and make another positive impression on both our TA team and hiring managers. Formal interviews, either in person or via MS Teams. Prior to our interview we'll also ask you to go through some online testing through one of our providers, Saville. An offer, where we'll go through your salary package and the start date for our program, as well as flagging our background checking process. In our application process, we want to be as inclusive as possible to ensure everyone has an equitable chance of proceeding through. If you identify as someone who is neurodiverse, or who has a disability and may require changes to any of the processes outlined above, please respond to the question at the start of our process and we'll be in touch where appropriate. How do you apply? Select the "Apply" button Please allow up to 10 minutes to complete the questions. Upload a copy of your updated cover letter, CV and academic transcript/s. If you're successful through our recruitment process, your full-time position will start in February 2025. There may also be ongoing opportunities for casual work throughout your final year of studies. Interested? Apply now. LI-TH1 • Mon, 03 JunGHD
Project Administrative Assistant - Mining & Metals » Perth, WA - a Project Administrative Assistant for the Mining & Metals team, based in Perth. The position will be responsible for working... functioning of a department or project. Duties require accuracy, judgment, a high degree of initiative, discretion, diplomacy... • Sat, 01 JunBechtel
Project Administrative Assistant - Mining & Metals » Perth, WA - , and how we deliver. Learn more about our in our . Job Summary: Bechtel is seeking a Project Administrative Assistant for the Mining...Requisition ID: 276341 Relocation Authorized: None Telework Type: Full-Time Office/Project Work Location: Perth, WA... • Sat, 01 JunBechtel
Research Assistant, History Project » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Research Assistant, History Project. The Research Assistant History Project is a fixed term two-year contract role to support the research activities for the Government House history project – a new initiative which will look to understand the social and architectural history of Government House. The Research Assistant will be critical in supporting the project's Editors in the identification and evaluation of a range of source material, summarising and synthesising information writing and editing text, proofreading and fact-checking to ensure information is accurate and relevant. The Research Assistant will be required to monitor the progress of the project under the direction of the Project Editors and Steering Committee. Duties Support the research activities for the Government House history project – a new initiative which will look to understand the social and architectural history of Government House. Support the project's Editors in the identification and evaluation of a range of source material, summarise and synthesise information, write and edit text, proofread and fact-check; and ensure information is accurate and relevant. Support the authors engaged in the project, in their research requirements. Contribute to the archival processes and records of the Office of the Governor. Monitor the progress of the project under the direction of the Project Editors and Steering Committee. Undertake other duties as required and contribute collaboratively with other members of the Office of the Governor to provide surge support and resources to other areas of the Office. Establish and maintain effective working relationships and ongoing communication with project stakeholders both internal and external to the Office of the Governor, in line with the Office's values. Other duties as required. Desirable requirement A higher education in a relevant discipline is desirable, but not mandatory. The closing date for this position is Friday, 14 June 2024 How to apply: All applications should include: - a resume, and - a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria Any questions you may have regarding the job vacancy please refer to the contact details on the Position Description. Other relevant information: Preferred candidates will be required to complete a Pre-employment Declaration and Consent form. Employment of successful candidates will be subject to a National Police Check. Office of the Governor is an equal opportunity employer and our recruitment process focuses on essential skills and abilities. We welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and people with disabilities. Office of the Governor values its people and is committed to attracting, developing and retaining diverse talent. Office of the Governor actively promotes diversity and inclusion in the workplace and does not discriminate based on age, sex, carer or parental status, disability, race, religious belief, sexual orientation, gender identity or other characteristics. Website http://www.governor.vic.gov.au • Sat, 01 JunVictorian Government
Project Administrative Assistant - Mining & Metals » Perth, Perth Region - Requisition ID: 276341 - Relocation Authorized: None - Telework Type: Full-Time Office/Project - Work Location: Perth, WA Extraordinary teams building inspiring projects: Since 1898, we have helped customers complete more than 25,000 projects in 160 countries on all seven continents that have created jobs, grown economies, improved the resiliency of the world's infrastructure, increased access to energy, resources, and vital services, and made the world a safer, cleaner place. Differentiated by the quality of our people and our relentless drive to deliver the most successful outcomes, we align our capabilities to our customers' objectives to create a lasting positive impact. We serve the Infrastructure; Nuclear, Security & Environmental; Energy; Mining & Metals, and the Manufacturing and Technology markets. Our services span from initial planning and investment, through start-up and operations. Core to Bechtel is our Vision, Values and Commitments . They are what we believe, what customers can expect, and how we deliver. Learn more about our extraordinary teams building inspiring projects in our Impact Report . Job Summary: Bechtel is seeking a Project Administrative Assistant for the Mining & Metals team, based in Perth. The position will be responsible for working independently to provide administrative and secretarial support of a responsible and confidential nature to help ensure the smooth functioning of a department or project. Duties require accuracy, judgment, a high degree of initiative, discretion, diplomacy, and knowledge of protocol. You will anticipate changing priorities and problems. Major Responsibilities: - Coordinating requests from clients, managers, and in-house staff and determining action on important or emergency matters or knows whom to contact in absence of the manager. - Collecting, reviewing, and distributing incoming hard copy and electronic mail. Independently handles mail not requiring the manager's attention. Reviewing outgoing mail to ensure accuracy and proper format. Following up to ensure action. - Coordinating complex travel arrangements, including details of business plans. Preparing itineraries and expense reports. - Coordinating meetings, arranging for facilities, equipment, and refreshments. May prepare and distribute notices, agendas, information packets, and minutes. - Independently maintaining a hard copy or electronic calendar for the responsible manager. - Developing and guiding the implementation of office procedures and of filing and record-keeping systems. - Performing other responsibilities as required. Education and Experience Requirements: - Proven experience in a similar role. Required Knowledge and Skills: - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build relationships - Proactive and takes responsibility for work. - Creative and analytical skills would be highly valued to support PowerPoint presentation development and collation of market information. - A flexible team player who enthusiastically collaborates across our teams. - Ability to multitask, while being highly organized and juggling multiple work streams. - Demonstrated knowledge of filing systems and common office procedures. Working Rights in Australia without employer sponsorship are required. We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer & commit to respond to every applicant. Total Rewards/Benefits: There are many reasons why choosing to join Bechtel is one of the best career decisions you will ever make. In addition to working with talented, dedicated people and having the opportunity to play an integral role in stimulating and challenging local and international projects, Bechtel is committed to offering you the benefits and resources to live a healthy life. With a market aligned salary package and annual discretionary performance bonus scheme in place, employee wellbeing is also at the centre of our business - promoted through our strong health and safety focus and private health cover including access to a leading employee assistance program. Diverse teams build the extraordinary: As a global company, Bechtel has long been home to a vibrant multitude of nationalities, cultures, ethnicities, and life experiences. This diversity has made us a more trusted partner, more effective problem solvers and innovators, and a more attractive destination for leading talent. We are committed to being a company where every colleague feels that they belong-where colleagues feel part of "One Team," respected and rewarded for what they bring, supported in pursuing their goals, invested in our values and purpose, and treated equitably. Click here to learn more about the people who power our legacy. LI-DF1 Shaping tomorrow together Bechtel is one of the most respected global engineering, construction, and project management companies. Together with our customers, we deliver landmark projects that foster long-term progress and economic growth. Since 1898, we've completed more than 25,000 extraordinary projects across 160 countries on all seven continents. We operate through five global businesses: Infrastructure; Nuclear, Security & Environmental; Energy; Mining & Metals; and Manufacturing & Technology. Our company and our culture are built on more than a century of leadership and a relentless adherence to our values, the core of which are safety, quality, ethics, and integrity. These values are what we believe, what we expect, what we deliver, and what we live. www.bechtel.com Bechtel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, disability, citizenship status (except as authorized by law), protected veteran status, genetic information, and any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. Bechtel employees are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or show proof of a negative test result prior to accessing Bechtel sites/facilities to the extent required by applicable law or by customer requirements. • Sat, 01 JunBechtel Corporation
Graduate - Assistant Project Manager » Sydney, NSW - Graduate Assistant Project Manager Be involved. Be heard. Belong. Beca is one of the Asia-Pacific region's largest... their project management career and apply their skills to deliver solutions in partnership with clients by joining our growing... • Fri, 31 MayBeca
Assistant Project Manager » Sydney, NSW - solver to join our ranks! We are looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join our dynamic and growing Advisory team in..., but right across the Beca Group. The Opportunity Our highly dynamic team of project managers require another quality problem... • Thu, 30 MayBeca
Assistant Project Manger - Project Management » Canberra, ACT - our . What you'll be doing As a Graduate Project Manager, you will play a pivotal role in planning, executing, and closing projects... in Project Management to join our program in 2025. We may also have some mid-year starting positions... • Thu, 30 MayGHD
Civil Engineer » Gladstone Park, Hume Area - Wall Tech Panels are looking for a highly motivated and ambitious Civil Engineer to join our team on a full-time permanent basis, who will assist in design and project management across various projects. We have long standing relationships with our clients by offering solutions, high quality service and timely delivery. About the role This position requires an experienced engineer who has a proven track record of delivering various projects to local council and TMR standards. In return for your efforts you will be rewarded with appropriate remuneration as well a good work / life balance. Requirements 1. Minimum 3 years industry experience. 2. A solid understanding of local council standards. 3. Previous experience delivering residential, commercial & industrial projects.\ 4. Storm water and wastewater experience beneficial. 5. Experience with Autocad subdivisional design and Knowledge of Autocad Civil 3D and ARD. 6. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Experience with project management software 7. Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills enabling you to assist in resolution of client and key stakeholder concerns. 8. Ambition to progress within the industry 9. Prepare tender submissions, manage cost planning and project estimates. 10. Assist in meeting project objectives, ensuring successful delivery in terms of time, cost, and quality. 11. Ensure project implementation according to plans, designs and specifications 12. Assist with site operations, direct site reports and site inspections 13. Maintain and update construction files, subcontractor and supplier management 14. Maintain adherence to QA and WHS requirements, ensuring project safety and quality standards are met. 15. Build and maintain effective relationships with external stakeholders through clear communication and collaboration. Benefits Access to large scale projects Job security and longevity Opportunity for internal progression and development. As part of our team you will be offered ongoing training to expand your skill base and ensure your continued professional development. An attractive salary package, tailored to suit the applicant's skills, will be negotiated If you are interested in this position, please apply at walltechrecruitgmail.com. Only successful candidates will be notified. • Thu, 30 MayKelkane Constructions Pty Ltd
Full time Civil Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Wall Tech Panels are looking for a highly motivated and ambitious Civil Engineer to join our team on a full-time permanent basis, who will assist in design and project management across various projects. We have long standing relationships with our clients by offering solutions, high quality service and timely delivery. About the role This position requires an experienced engineer who has a proven track record of delivering various projects to local council and TMR standards. In return for your efforts you will be rewarded with appropriate remuneration as well a good work / life balance. Requirements Minimum 3 years industry experience. A solid understanding of local council standards. Previous experience delivering residential, commercial & industrial projects. Stormwater and waste water experience beneficial. Experience with Autocad subdivisional design and Knowledge of Autocad Civil 3D and ARD. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Experience with project management software Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills enabling you to assist in resolution of client and key stakeholder concerns. Ambition to progress within the industry Prepare tender submissions, manage cost planning and project estimates Assist in meeting project objectives, ensuring successful delivery in terms of time, cost, and quality. Ensure project implementation according to plans, designs and specifications Assist with site operations, direct site reports and site inspections Maintain and update construction files, subcontractor and supplier management Maintain adherence to QA and WHS requirements, ensuring project safety and quality standards are met. Build and maintain effective relationships with external stakeholders through clear communication and collaboration. Benefits Access to large scale projects Job security and longevity Opportunity for internal progression and development. As part of our team you will be offered ongoing training to expand your skill base and ensure your continued professional development. An attractive salary package, tailored to suit the applicant's skills, will be negotiated If you are interested in this position, please apply at walltechrecruitgmail.com. Only successful candidates will be notified. • Thu, 30 MayWall Tech Panels Pty Ltd
APS4 Junior Researcher/Policy Advisor (Affirmative Measures - Disability) Policy Projects Unit » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The opportunity we have available We have a vacancy at the APS4 level for a junior researcher/policy advisor. This opportunity is an entry level position and would suit any applicant with strong problem solving, research and communication skills. As a multi-disciplinary team, we welcome a wide range of skillsets including but not limited to public policy, economics, law, statistics, data analysis and any field with strong research skills. The key duties of the position include What will you do? You will work productively in a team, contributing to developing policy advice to Government in short to medium term projects. This role is varied and dynamic, but typical duties include: Conducting literature reviews and analysis to feed into policy projects Assisting with the preparation of research reports, short articles and briefing material Developing persuasive communications materials Data analysis (depending on your skills and interest). • Thu, 30 MayAPS
Assistant / Project Manager - Client Side - Residential » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Exciting opportunity to work with a dynamic & growing team on the delivery of new build residential social housing projects $10m to $100m Renowned professional boutique consultancy. Very flexible working conditions. Great pipeline of Social Infrastructure projects, Social Housing, Education etc. Excellent career development, progression and culture in this dynamic firm Exciting opportunity to work with a dynamic & growing team on the delivery of new build residential social housing projects $10m to $100m. Known as one of the leading firms in the delivery of social infrastructure projects, our client is looking for an experienced Assistant / Project Manager to join their forward thinking, professional and dynamic project management consultancy in Sydney. A high degree of client and stakeholder liaison will be involved, from feasibility stage to delivery stage of the project. Leadership, communication and people management skillset will be paramount along with a strong base of technical knowledge. Project experience specifically related to residential or some form of accommodation etc. would be beneficial however their work varies across Education, Health, Housing, Government, etc. as well. Candidates can come from client-side consultancy, main contractor, quantity surveying, planning, architecture practice or consulting engineering firms. This roles will likely commence circa August / September time. Years of experience: 2 – 5 years Responsibilities include but not limited to: Client management and consultation Project Planning/Feasibility studies Risk Management Value Engineering Design Management Procurement of construction services Delivery of constructions services Cost control and cost reporting and superintendent Commissioning and post contract duties for handover Qualifications and Requirements: Tertiary qualification in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture or similar Experience on residential/accommodation building projects Ideally experience of end to end project management on building projects Experience in Business Development or a strong network would be an advantage Leadership skills Strategic thinker who is able to see the bigger picture Excellent verbal and written communication skills Previous client side project management experience This is a permanent full- time position providing a great opportunity to work with a successful and growing organisation who offer challenging work and the potential for career progression. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or 0450 302 738 or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au or 0429 306 688 for further information. • Wed, 29 MayAmida Recruitment
Senior Project Officer, VIC Operations » Melbourne, VIC - and administering the 39 Victorian electoral divisions, and the Project Support Unit, who are responsible for premises, procurement..., staffing rapidly expands to help manage the greatly increased workload around risk management, fast moving project work... • Wed, 29 MayAustralian Electoral Commission
Assistant / Project Manager - Client Side - Residential » Sydney, NSW - is looking for an experienced Assistant / Project Manager to join their forward thinking, professional and dynamic project management consultancy in... project. Leadership, communication and people management skillset will be paramount along with a strong base of technical... • Wed, 29 MayAmida Recruitment
Principal Project Officer - [Construction and planning] » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Our client within the Queensland Government oversees and implements the infrastructure pipeline for all new key infrastructure established within Queensland. The Service Planning team within the Infrastructure Services Branch of the department is seeking a Senior Project Officer to assist with undertaking procurement activities, including engagement of consultant project team and assist with contract management. The Senior Project Officer will be responsible for: Provide support and assistance with planning, implementation and evaluation of activities relating to the aims and objectives of current projects. Assist in the development and progression of Request for Quote (RFQ) documentation, sourcing arrangements, manage scope of work changes, and variations for the engagement of consultants including liaising with the Department's Corporate Procurement team. Implement procedures, guidelines and practices, in collaboration with subject matter experts, to deliver value for money outcomes. Source, collate and compile data and information to identify emerging issues and track project progress claims against established milestones and deliverables. Seek appropriate endorsements and approvals for the progression of variations and invoice claims, including liaising with the Department's Corporate Finance and Procurement teams. Ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines, in a role that is fast-paced and involves multiple changing tasks and priorities Exceptional verbal and written communication across all mediums Demonstrated ability to engage with both internal and external stakeholders Excellent analytical capability with the ability to administer contracts efficiently. To apply email Dalton.dalleyhudson.com Quoting REF 238385 with a Word format version of your resume Applications close 30 May midnight • Wed, 29 MayHudson Australia
Virtual Administrative Assistant for a Project Consultancy Company in Australia (Home-Based Part-Time) » Victoria - Job Description: Email and Communication Management: Regularly check and respond to emails. Consult with the Director for advice on communication strategies as needed. Marketing and Direct Outreach: Follow established marketi... • Tue, 28 MayVirtual Coworker
Assistant Project Manager » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The key duties of the position include The Role Are you experienced in project management, or have transferable skills? Are you interested in exciting, world-leading technology? Do you enjoy learning and adapting to new opportunities? Come join a great workplace and work in a challenging and rewarding role. As the APS6 Assistant Project Manager you will be part of a dynamic team that delivers new and innovative solutions for Defence. You will be an integral part of a team that collaborates to ensure the complex projects adhere to compliance and legislative frameworks through effective decision making, strategic planning and excellent time management. You will play a vital role ensuring the project runs smoothly by supporting the Project Manager and wider team in achieving milestones. The role involves problem solving, risk and issue management and includes ongoing relationship management and engagement with a range of stakeholders. Strong communication, interpersonal skills and the ability to establish collaborative relationships are essential. About our Team Electromagnetic Warfare and Intelligence Systems Branch (EWIS) in Joint Systems Division (JSD) acquires, sustains and integrates Intelligence and Electronic Warfare capabilities into a wide variety of air, land and sea based platforms and systems. EWIS has a high performing culture and the successful candidates can expect to be challenged in their role and supported by an inclusive and considerate team and leadership group. The EWIS Land Systems Program Office (Land SPO) is comprised of members from various geographic locations and disciplinary backgrounds who have diverse skills and who work together to deliver and support capabilities to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and external Government agencies. This includes Force Protection Electronic Countermeasures (FPECM), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Robots, Deliberate Route Clearance as well as Tactical Electronic Warfare systems (TacEW). It is a fast paced and cutting edge environment, making it an exciting workplace to be part of. Our Ideal Candidate To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate an ability to apply project management methodologies to comply with legislative, policy and regulatory frameworks. You will be relied upon to research; draft briefs, correspondence and reports; and resolve problems using expertise, taking the initiative to identify alternative courses of action. You will need to operate independently yet collaboratively within a team and engage effectively with stakeholders to understand their expectations and concerns to achieve overarching strategic outcomes for the Department of Defence. If you have an interest in Project Management and would like to enhance your skills, this role will assist whilst expanding your experience. The successful candidate will have: Well-developed skills and demonstrated experience in project management. The willingness to take on new information and learn quickly within a fast moving environment. The capacity to think strategically and develop plans and processes to enhance the achievement of business outcomes. The ability to adapt quickly when priorities change or shift. Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills across Defence and Defence Industry. High level organisational skills, leadership skills, self-drive and initiative with the ability to influence others to achieve tasks and business objectives. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Site Coordinator » Geelong Region, Victoria - Pathway to Foreman or PC looking for enthuastic juniors who are keen on Commercial projects in the Geelong with a strong pipeline of projects Projects: Commercial Projects upto $30m Location: Geelong Salary: Upto $110K package Company A National, Commercial builder who focus on newbuild & refurbishment government projects at local and state level. Their project portfolio spans across Health, Education, Aged Care, Public Buildings, Community, Leisure and Commercial upto $30M in value. This company boasts a low staff turnover, with their average tenure exceeding 6 years which is due to a steady pipeline of repeat business and a strong, professional work culture. Based in the Geelong, this company offers an opportunity to join a stable team with repeat clients, strong subcontractor relationships, systems and procedures. The Role You will work with experienced Contract Administrators and Project Managers assisting in the delivery of Health & Education projects: Assisting with delivery and programming Assisting with tender negotiations, variations and contract administration Scoping up works and analysing trade breakdowns Update and distributing the drawing register Coordinating meetings with subcontractors, teams and clients Coordinating EHSQ requirements Processing invoices Assisting with financial management of projects Requirements I am looking to speak with experienced PCs or Leadinf who have had exposure to commercial projects. Mobile: 0431 767 838 Email: r.attardaspectpersonnel.com.au • Tue, 28 MayAspect Personnel
Assistant Project Manager » Cardup, WA - Assistant Project Manager About the Company: Together We Deliver! Wormall Civil has been in operation for 40... for a full time Assistant Project Manager at one of our offices located in Cardup. This opportunity would suit civil engineering... • Tue, 28 MayWormall Civil
Project Support Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - The Programs branch manages programs including Adoptions, Family Support, Out-of-Home Care, and Transition to Independent Living. The Project Support Officer provides business and project assistance to a small team who plan and manages programs and project initiatives to improve outcomes for children, young people, and families involved with the child protection system.nn • Tue, 28 MayNorthern Territory Government
Graduate Engineer or Assistant Project Manager » Thurgoona, Albury Region - Join a respected project management consultancy company. We are looking for either a Graduate engineer or Assistant Project Manager to join our team. About Us: AKPS is a respected project management consultancy serving regional NSW and VIC since 2013. We work with a wide range of clients, from medium-sized businesses to multi-national corporations, across industries like food manufacturing, engineering, health, and education. We are excited to offer a new position for a motivated individual looking to grow their career in project management. Position Overview: We are looking for either a Graduate Engineer or Assistant Project Manager . This role is perfect for those who have recently graduated or those with some experience who are eager to develop their skills further. Key Requirements: Degree in Mechanical, Chemical, Process Engineering, or similar. Professional experience (1-2years) is preferred but not mandatory. Strong problem-solving skills. Excellent verbal and written communication. Self-motivated with a natural curiosity. Attention to detail and a focused work approach. Responsibilities: Project Management Support: Update and monitor cloud-based project management systems. Handle project financials, quality assurance, and document control. Manage stakeholder communications. Documentation Preparation: Create progress reports, meeting minutes, and tender documents. Project Delivery Assistance: Participate in site meetings and resolve issues between consultants, contractors, and clients. Change Management: Assess and process variations, inspect site defects. Meeting Support: Assist in meetings with contractors, clients, and design consultants. Team Collaboration: Work with client and consultant engineering teams to meet quality standards and client expectations. Procurement Services: Help with tender preparations, evaluations, and contract executions. Ideal Candidate Attributes: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field. 1-2 years of experience (preferred but not required). Strong organizational skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Excellent attention to detail. Proven ability to take the initiative and problem-solve. Proficiency in project management tools (e.g., Microsoft Project, Excel). Ability to work both independently and in a team. Previous internship or project management experience (preferred but not required). Why AKPS? Hands-On Experience: Work on large and complex engineering projects for key clients. Supportive Environment: Collaborate in a team-focused workplace with growth opportunities for your career. Competitive Salary: Benefits include a competitive salary with flexible working arrangements. Impactful Work: Contribute to significant engineering projects and see the tangible results of your efforts through the project life cycle. Exciting Opportunities Await: Work directly with Directors and Project Leaders on major projects like: Large $100M FMCG manufacturing facilities. Sustainable energy generation facilities. Commercial construction projects in education, healthcare, commercial development, retail, and hospitality sectors. We invest in your development through on-the-job and external training, helping you build your technical skills. You'll be involved in fast-paced, complex projects, supported and mentored to grow both personally and professionally. How to apply: You will need full Australian working rights and a valid driver’s licence to be considered for this position. Additional assessments may apply. Click on "Apply" and upload your resume. For a copy of the position description or a confidential conversation, please contact Ashly via ashlytotalhrm.com.au or on 1800 868 254. Applications close: 26/06/2024, although you may be appointed earlier. Expert tip: Make your application stand out by adding a written cover letter. • Tue, 28 MayTotal HRM
Assistant Director - Project Manager, ACT, 5 Months » Australia - Key Requirements Develop and manage project plans, schedules, and budgets including a delivery pathway... and analytical skills, and the ability to make sound judgements on sensitive and complex areas. Certification in Project Management... • Mon, 27 MayInfopeople
Assistant Project Officer, NSW, 7 Month » Sydney, NSW - operational aspects of project implementation, including monitoring project plans, coordinating resources, and managing... and communication to stakeholders regarding project status and implementation issues as well as analysing the issues in order... • Mon, 27 MayInfopeople
APS 6 - Assistant Project Manager » Canberra, ACT - Assistant Project Manager you will be part of a dynamic team that delivers new and innovative solutions for Defence...$91,702 - $104,753 + up to 15.4% Superannuation Canberra CBD - ACT The Role Are you experienced in project... • Mon, 27 MayDefence Australia$91702 - 104753 per year
Graduate / Assistant Project Manager - Client Side » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Exciting opportunity to join a growing consultancy and kick start your career in client-side project management. Growing multi state boutique Project Management consultancy Excellent project pipeline across Hospitality, Office, Aged Care, Govt., Residential etc. sectors Great culture, great team with excellent progression opportunities Exciting opportunity to join a growing consultancy and kick start your career in client-side project management. Our client is a growing boutique project management consultancy with an established pipeline of Education, Health, Hospitality, Hotels, Aged Care, Office, and Government sectors to name a few. Projects can be fit-out / refurbishment as well as new build projects from smaller up to $50m and sometimes up to $100m. They are now looking for a Graduate / Assistant Project Manager to join their successful team in Sydney NSW. Candidates can come from a head contractor, client-side project management firm, engineering consultancy or similar construction industry experience prior. Candidates preferably will have experience working across a variety of construction projects in different phases of the construction lifecycle from front end through to delivery. The candidate will need to have a positive can-do attitude that is happy to work with a team that is rapidly growing, professional, and having fun along the way. Years of experience: 1 to 3 years The ideal candidate will have: Tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Property or similar 1 to 3 years’ experience in a client-side PM role or head contractor experience would also be ideal Ideally previous experience with end-to-end project management from concept through to completion Contract Administration experience Excellent communication skillset both written and verbal High attention to detail and strong analytical skills Ability to think on your feet and excellent problem solving skills Proficient in MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Project Understanding of industry standard contract forms i.e., GC21, AS4000, AS4122 and AS4902 This is a permanent full-time position providing a great opportunity to work with a successful and growing organisation who offer challenging work and the potential for career progression. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au for further information. • Fri, 24 MayAmida Recruitment
Assistant Project Officer (Identified) » Sydney, Sydney Region - You. At the centre of big ideas. Are you eager to dive into the world of policy and project management, where every day brings new challenges and opportunities for growth? Are you a natural communicator with the ability to build meaningful relationships and foster collaboration among diverse stakeholders? This is a temporary Clerk Grade 5/6 role available up to 30 June 2025, based in Mascot Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders people are strongly encouraged to apply About the role. As the Assistant Project Officer, you'll spearhead a spectrum of critical tasks, contributing to the effective delivery of policy and program initiatives. You’ll play a pivotal role in driving transformative initiatives aligned with the Closing the Gap reform objectives. You will be responsible for providing a range of project management and support services, including preparing reports and briefs, coordinating resources, and implementing and monitoring project plans. You'll be heavily involved in liaising with key stakeholders and coordinating working groups and consultations to facilitate the exchange of information. You'll also conduct research and analysis to contribute to the development of policy, as well as help oversee the implementation and progress of several key projects. To learn more about the role please review the Role Description . You. Our ideal candidate. We’re looking for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates with the below mentioned knowledge, skills and experience. Strong communications skills with the ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with a variety of stakeholders, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Excellent organisational skills, with the ability to prepare and coordinate agenda items, meeting papers, and scheduling of meetings to support important appointments. Strong team player, with the ability to build and maintain collaborative working relationships. Proficiency in electronic document management systems, databases, spreadsheets, and electronic communication applications, including MS Office software. Flexibility to adapt to changing deadlines and work plans when needed. Demonstrated experience in project management and support services, including report and brief preparation, resource coordination, and project plan implementation and monitoring. Research and analysis skills to contribute to policy development and decision making. We know the value of diverse experiences. Even if you’re not sure if you meet all the requirements, we’d love to hear from you. About the Department Connecting to Deliver from the Heart of Government The Premier’s Department leads the state’s 430,000 public servants, driving collaboration and the delivery of whole-of-government priorities. We connect to deliver at the heart of government. Imagine your career at the Premier’s Department and learn more about the department. Your career, your way. We are proud of our flexible working culture, and we've been a leader of embedding flexible working practices for many years. Everyone has different needs, and our versatile work culture allows you to craft a work routine to suit you, the business and the people we serve. At the Premier’s Department, you get access to: flexible working arrangements inclusive parental leave for all new parents and return to work coaching flex leave great learning and development opportunities and professional networks employee support services fitness and well-being programs staff-led networks including the Aboriginal Staff Advisory Committee, Diversity and Inclusion Network (DAIN), and the Young Professionals Network. How to apply To start your journey in becoming our new Assistant Project Officer, you’ll need to create an account on I Work for NSW and apply online. Your application should include: a resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages). a cover letter addressing how you meet the requirements of the role (maximum 2 pages) If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at supportiworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6. Package includes base salary ($93,295 - $102,941) plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Closing date: Sunday, 16 June 2024 (11:59 PM) Learn more For enquiries, please contact the hiring manager, Shirisha Nampalli, 02 8575 1148, shirisha.nampalli1aboriginalaffairs.nsw.gov.au To help us figure out if you’re the right person for the role, the selection process may include an interview and relevant assessments, and we expect it will take up to 6–8 weeks. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please let us know in your application. If you require any adjustments or alternative formats to participate in the process, please contact the hiring manager. A talent pool may be created from this recruitment process. Once added to the talent pool, you may be contacted about similar ongoing and temporary roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Our commitment The Premier’s Department acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands where we work and live. We pay respect to Ancestors and Elders past and present. We recognise and learn from the strengths of First Nations peoples of New South Wales and their continuing connection to, and unique cultural and spiritual relationship with, Country. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in rural, regional, and remote locations. This is an Identified role under the Section 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 and as such Aboriginality is an essential requirement of the role. Aboriginal identified positions are developed where Aboriginal identity, cultural knowledge or connections are a genuine aspect of the role. Positions are specifically noted under the provisions of the NSW Anti-discrimination Act (1977) for Aboriginal people who meet the following criteria: is of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent, and identifies as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person, and is accepted as such by the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community . • Fri, 24 MayJobsNSW
Senior Practice Assistant - Major Projects » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - An incredibly rare opportunity that has opened up with one of the top 10 global law firms. We are on the hunt for a superstar PA to join MJD Recruitment is extremely excited about this incredibly rare opportunity that has opened up with one of the top ten biggest law firms in the world. We are on the hunt for a superstar individual, holding experience and talent in both Legal Secretarial and PA duties - a magnificent chance for a Legal Secretary looking for that next level up in their career Looking to know more about this Global firm? The firm are highly regarded and hold a stellar reputation for cross-border working opportunities and pioneers in the industry, always open to shake up the traditional norms of the legal sector and create a modern, diverse, and inclusive environment for all employees. They offer a broad range of benefits including Flexible working Discretionary bonuses Tailored training and development opportunities Parental leave Paid over-time Salary continuance What will your day-to-day look like? You will be supporting two senior partners, who are described as being supportive and down to earth. You will have the opportunity to work on some exciting and innovative projects within the team along with your general day-to-day duties including: Drafting and preparing of legal documents Diary and travel management Communicate with clients, stakeholders and other parties Event coordination Collate court bundles File management Billing & expense management To be super successful in this role we are looking for someone who demonstrates; 3 years of experience in legal support within a litigated practice area Exceptional organisational skill and attention to detail Experience using e-filing and billing systems Ability to work well independently and in a team environment Want to know more about this position? Apply below today or call Rebecca on 02 8042 1888. MJDRecruitment • Fri, 24 MayMJD Recruitment
Graduate / Assistant Project Manager - Client Side » Sydney, NSW - from smaller up to $50m+ and sometimes up to $100m+. They are now looking for a Graduate / Assistant Project Manager...Growing multi state boutique Project Management consultancy Excellent project pipeline across Hospitality, Office, Aged... • Fri, 24 MayAmida Recruitment
Office & Project Assistant » Burnside, SA - your potential in this newly created role as the Office & Project Assistant, where you'll be an engaging presence and ensure high... project administration requirements KPI tracking of projects Provide Marketing administration assistance... • Thu, 23 MayEntree Recruitment$65000 - 70000 per year
Senior Project Manager » Sydney, NSW - deliverables produced by Project Coordinators, Assistant Project Managers and Project Managers. An SPM is expected to manage... be available What this job involves: As a Senior Project Manager, you will control the planning, organising, programming and rollout of different types... • Thu, 23 MayJones Lang LaSalle
Executive Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - The Executive Officer provides high-level administrative and project assistance, coordination, advice and support to the Deputy Chief Executive Officer. Two vacancies are available one fixed to 16/08/2024 and one fixed to 02/09/2024. n • Thu, 23 MayNorthern Territory Government
Assistant / Project Manager - Client Side - Industrial Projects - ASAP » Sydney, Sydney Region - Exciting opportunity with dynamic and growing team with a great track record. Excellent stakeholder interface and management skills essential. Boutique Construction & Property Consultancy, dynamic & progressive culture Large scale Grade A industrial new build project Hybrid role mix between site, the office and home Exciting opportunity with dynamic and growing team with a great track record. Excellent stakeholder interface and management skills essential. Our client is a boutique client-side project and construction management consultancy who provide independent and professional services for property and infrastructure projects. They are looking for an enthusiastic Assistant / Project Manager to join their innovative and client focused team to work on a high-end industrial project. Experience working on industrial, warehouse & distribution centre building projects is desirable however not essential. Candidates can come from a head contracting, client side, property, or PM consultancy background. Will need to have strong ability to administer a contract, good commercial acumen and excellent communication skills. Will also need to have had some experience working on site. A high degree of client and stakeholder liaison will be involved, from feasibility stage to delivery stage of the projects. Leadership, communication, and people management skillset will be paramount along with a strong base of technical knowledge. Will be large scale new build projects. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Coordinating building modifications which includes costs and contractor coordination Processing invoices Maintaining registers Assisting with and coordinating access and material delivery strategies Coordinating authority approvals Design comprehensive project programmes and communicate to team Coordinate and administer quality assurance activities to ensure that project plans are implemented in accordance with plans and specifications Work with Project Manager and / or Project Supervisors to ensure construction programmes are followed Identify and manage construction risk through all projects, escalating issues when required Manage set project sustainability objectives from commencement to completion The Ideal Candidate will have: Tertiary qualification in Engineering, Construction Management, Project Management or similar Minimum 2 years’ experience in a similar role Ideally experience of working for a client side PM firm or a main contractor on D&C contracts in buildings Ability to read and understand building plans Strong attention to detail and capability to problem solve Possess effective negotiation and decision making skills Well-developed interpersonal skills Strategic thinker who is able to see the bigger picture Excellent verbal and written communication skills This is a full-time permanent position providing a great opportunity to work with an established organisation who offer challenging work. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or 0450 302 738 or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au or 0429 306 688 for further information. • Thu, 23 MayAmida Recruitment
Company Accountant - Mandarin Speaking » The Rocks, Sydney - Property developer |Full-time permanent role| Located in Sydney CBD| up to $85,000super Full Job Description Key responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Processing accounts payable and receivable Bank and balance sheet reconciliations Prepare Annual Taxable Payments Report Assist with the preparation of month-end management accounts/reporting and variance analysis reports Monitor Cash Balances Process and review monthly journals, accruals, and prepayments Maintain Consultant list – Project Maintain Daily accounts management of the company Liaise with External Accountant / ATO if required Presenting information and translating data to non-finance stakeholders Ensure accuracy and completeness in recording project expenditure Partnering with Project Managers to produce project update reports Update and maintain the finance summaries for each project Assisting project managers with the administration as required on a project-by-project basis including an awareness of any financial accounting related clauses Assisting with general administration with general operational tasks Communications and correspondence with clients, contractors, consultants, and others for Accounts/Administration ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting. Xero experience is essential. If this looks like the role you've been waiting for, apply now You may also contact the recruitment consultant: Jane directly at jane.zhengbrilliantalent.com.au for more details. • Thu, 23 MayBrilliantalent
Project Administration Assistant » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - (HEO4) $69,043 - $75,677 per annum plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation applies. Full time/part time (0.6 - 0.8 FTE), fixed term position until December 2025. Exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Administration Assistant to support the Online Transition Project and Program Director to achieve the University’s strategic priority of transitioning online services into the University. The Project Administration Assistants main responsibilities is to coordinate activities, track progress, and manage documentation. The role will facilitate effective communication among stakeholders, ensuring alignment with strategic goals and streamlined project execution. This position plays a central role in maintaining project efficiency and contributing to the successful development of core online design, development, and delivery capabilities. To be successful you will need: Demonstrated experience providing high-level project related administrative and executive support assistance, including the ability to effectively prioritise and manage competing workloads. Demonstrated experience communicating, both verbally and in writing, in a succinct, professional and responsive manner. Demonstrated proficiency in using Microsoft Office applications including Word (advanced), PowerPoint, Visio (intermediate) Outlook (intermediate) and Excel (basic). Excellent attention to detail, demonstrated problem solving capability and a high level of organisation. Demonstrated ability to deal with confidential and sensitive matters. Enjoy an outstanding career environment The University of Adelaide is a uniquely rewarding workplace. The size, breadth and quality of our education and research programs - including significant industry, government and community collaborations - offers you a vast scope and opportunity for a long, fulfilling career. It also enables us to attract high-calibre people in all facets of our operations, ensuring you will be surrounded by talented colleagues, many world-leading. Our work's cutting-edge nature - not just in your own area, but across virtually the full spectrum of human endeavour - provides a constant source of inspiration. Our culture is one that welcomes all and embraces diversity consistent with our Staff Values and Behaviour Framework and our Values of integrity, respect, collegiality, excellence and discovery. We firmly believe that our people are our most valuable asset, so we work to grow and diversify the skills, knowledge and capability of all our staff. We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life. In addition, we offer a wide range of attractive staff benefits. These include: salary packaging; flexible work arrangements; high quality professional development programs and activities; and an on-campus health clinic, gym and other fitness facilities. Learn more at: adelaide.edu.au/jobs Your division's broader role The Division of Academic and Student Engagement drives the University's strategic activities in relation to learning and teaching. This includes ensuring all Adelaide students have a quality experience, and investing in our academic staff's professional development. Learn more at: adelaide.edu.au/dase/division-leadership If you have the talent, we'll give you the opportunity. Together, let's make history. Click on the ‘Apply Now’ button to be taken through to the online application form. Please ensure you submit a resume, as well as a cover letter addressing your suitability and experience for the position, referring to the selection criteria, in no more than 2 pages. Applications close 11:55pm, 11 June 2024. The University reserves the right to close this advertisement before the closing date if a suitable candidate is identified. For further information For a confidential discussion regarding this position, contact: Craig McCallum Program Director, Online Transition Project P: 61 487 102 752 E: craig.mccallumadelaide.edu.au You'll find a full position description and/or selection criteria below: (If no links appear, try viewing on another device) The University of Adelaide is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Female applicants, people with a disability and/or and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application. Download the Position Description Apply now Advertised: 21 May 2024 12:00 AM Applications close: 11 Jun 2024 11:55 PM Refer a friend • Wed, 22 MayThe University of Adelaide
Assistant Project Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - New opportunity for an Assistant Project Manager to join our team in Melbourne and work on a variety of property and social infrastructure projects. About Us: The APP Group is proud to take responsibility for creating a better future. Our integrated service offering spans the full asset capital investment lifecycle in the sectors of Property, Social Infrastructure, Transport, Energy & Utilities and Defence. We provide market leading expertise and advice to help tackle Australia's most complex projects and challenges, backed by our 550-strong nationwide team. Our people consult and partner with our valued clients to shape progress for their organisation and the communities they serve. The Role: We are currently seeking a bright and ambitious Assistant Project Manager or Project Manager with between 3 – 5 years' experience (Contractor, Consultant or Developer side) to work on a variety of property and social infrastructure projects focused around the Melbourne Metro area. The role could support an existing project team or assist in conversion of one of our deep and broad pipeline of potential projects. APP’s property and social infrastructure project sectors include; Education, Health, Aviation, Retail, Commercial (base building and/or workplace), Hospitality, Residential and Mixed-Use. We work for both developers and end-users to shape the spaces they will live, learn, and work into the future. The successful candidate will work flexibly, working from home, the APP office or working from project sites. With projects for you to step straight into and a healthy pipeline, The APP Group will provide the work to keep you developing, engaged and challenged. Projects range across strategy & advisory, design definition, and delivery phases for a range of private and public clients. This is a great opportunity to work alongside and be mentored by highly experienced leaders who want you to succeed and excel in your career. About You: Self-starting attitude and highly motivated with a keen desire to learn, develop and be a valued team member Driven by challenges and complex problems Consultative and active listener with exceptional communication skills Focused on client outcomes Demonstrated recent project management experience in commercial construction Demonstrated experience in built-form projects at a head contractor, developer, or consultancy firm Professional qualifications in Construction, Architecture, Engineering, or Project Management would be seen favourably A strong business acumen, integrity, credibility, and professionalism Strong understanding in construction contracts and contract administration A rewarding career: Strive forward with purpose. The APP Group is where change makers connect to embrace the possibilities of tomorrow. It is the combination of our people, our clients, and our collective vision that has helped get us to where we are today (35 years in business with 11 offices nationally, working on Australia’s most complex projects). Join us and you’ll be part of an agile high performing team of leaders and innovators who thrive on exceeding expectations. Here, you’ll do more than work, you’ll create solutions that shape a better world. How we care: APP4me Days – an additional four leave days per year to spend how you like. Mental health seminars Local & National Social initiatives Flexibility Paid parental leave Paid secondary carers leave Leave purchasing options Military and emergency response leave Days of significance Career breaks National mobility options between our offices (temporary and permanent) How we invest in you: Career progression and exposure to diverse career pathways Access to multiple sectors and phases of project lifecycle Professional development & leadership programs, tailored by career level Skill-based training & online learning Become accredited with industry associations and participate in external committees Core development programs Mentoring and coaching opportunities Highly competitive salaries Role-based remuneration approach Commitment to pay equity Salary packaging options Corporate benefits and discounts We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply for roles at The APP Group, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and people of all backgrounds. If you have any support or access requirements, we will partner with you and assist you through our recruitment process. • Wed, 22 MayThe App Group
Project Administration Assistant » Adelaide, SA - (0.6 - 0.8 FTE), fixed term position until December 2025. Exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Administration Assistant... to support the Online Transition Project and Program Director to achieve the University's strategic priority of transitioning... • Tue, 21 MayThe University of Adelaide$69043 - 75677 per year
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Assistant Project Manager » Hawthorn East, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the team Our ambition is to become Australia's most sustainable supermarket. Our strategy to realise that has two pillars: 1. Together to Zero: 100% renewable electricity by 2025 and net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. 2. Better Together: harnessing the power of collaboration to positively impact our team, suppliers, customers and communities. We know that by acting together now, we can create a better Australia for future generations, and that's what you'll be a part of in the Coles Sutainability team. This is a 12 month fixed term role About the role You'll support and assist in managing the development and implementation of energy efficiency improvements projects with the aim to reduce our ongoing cost of doing business, emissions and business resilience. Other ways you can make an impact include: Managing contracts and any variations to them Supervising projects, tracking costs and following up with suppliers Identifying risks and opportunities Communicating scope, impacts and program timelines to all internal and external stakeholders Performing on-site contractor safety audits to ensure compliance with WHS procedures About you and your skills Tertiary or trade qualifications in Engineering, Project Management or Construction preferred Strong interest in critical environmental sustainability topics, including climate change, energy and emissions in Australia A genuine interest and technical knowledge of energy, renewables or sustainable and efficient building services in a retail and industrial environment - refrigeration, HVAC, automation and control, electrical, solar PV A couple years' experience in project and stakeholder management The confidence to influence and negotiate towards achieving positive outcomes An understanding of how risks and issues impact a project and the ability to work with others to manage them A natural flair for being able to communicate with a large variety of internal and external stakeholders A successful track record developing and delivering ongoing efficiencies to overall business profitability Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 120809 Employment Type: Fixed Term • Sun, 19 MayColes Group
Assistant Project Manager » Auburn, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the team Our ambition is to become Australia's most sustainable supermarket. Our strategy to realise that has two pillars: 1. Together to Zero: 100% renewable electricity by 2025 and net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. 2. Better Together: harnessing the power of collaboration to positively impact our team, suppliers, customers and communities. We know that by acting together now, we can create a better Australia for future generations, and that's what you'll be a part of in the Coles Sutainability team. This is a 12 month fixed term role About the role You'll support and assist in managing the development and implementation of energy efficiency improvements projects with the aim to reduce our ongoing cost of doing business, emissions and business resilience. Other ways you can make an impact include: Managing contracts and any variations to them Supervising projects, tracking costs and following up with suppliers Identifying risks and opportunities Communicating scope, impacts and program timelines to all internal and external stakeholders Performing on-site contractor safety audits to ensure compliance with WHS procedures About you and your skills Tertiary or trade qualifications in Engineering, Project Management or Construction preferred Strong interest in critical environmental sustainability topics, including climate change, energy and emissions in Australia A genuine interest and technical knowledge of energy, renewables or sustainable and efficient building services in a retail and industrial environment - refrigeration, HVAC, automation and control, electrical, solar PV A couple years' experience in project and stakeholder management The confidence to influence and negotiate towards achieving positive outcomes An understanding of how risks and issues impact a project and the ability to work with others to manage them A natural flair for being able to communicate with a large variety of internal and external stakeholders A successful track record developing and delivering ongoing efficiencies to overall business profitability Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 120809 Employment Type: Fixed Term • Sat, 18 MayColes LTD
Assistant Project Manager - Client Side » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Looking for a candidate that is passionate about construction with excellent communication & client facing skills with a positive can-do attitude. Renowned national professional and established project management consultancy Large prestigious project portfolio, new build Industrial/warehouse/logistics projects $30m to $100m Excellent career development, progression and culture in this dynamic firm Flexible working environment Looking for a candidate that is passionate about construction with excellent communication & client facing skills with a positive can-do attitude. Our client is an established and renowned consultancy offering advisory services in supply chain, property and construction project management. They have a project portfolio predominantly in industrial, technical facilities, highly automated warehouses, manufacturing etc. just to name a few. They are now looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join their successful and client focused team based in Brisbane QLD. As the Assistant Project Manager, you will be responsible for assisting in the delivery of a large scale new build industrial project with a high element of automation and cutting edge of technology. Having experience running jobs through the full 360 project life cycle is ideal. Candidates can come from a consultancy or head contractor background and ideally have some base build experience. You will be reporting into a Senior Project Manager. The company holds high value in the stakeholder management element of the job, the ability to communicate both verbally and written and client facing interactions coupled with a strong base technical knowledge base as well as design and the ability to administer contracts. Years of experience: 1 to 2 years Responsibilities include but not limited to: Client management and consultation Project Planning/Feasibility studies Risk Management Value Engineering Design Management and Value Engineering Procurement of construction services Cost control and cost reporting and superintendent Commissioning and post contract duties for handover Oversight and delivery of the project Qualifications and Requirements: Tertiary qualification in Construction Management, Engineering or similar Minimum 1 to 2 years experience within the construction industry Superintendent skills Proven knowledge of contract administration and base build construction Strong negotiation skills Sound understanding of overall construction programmes and plans Able to identify key client and builder obligations Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to build rapport at all levels Advanced computer literacy Advanced skills with Microsoft Excel This is a permanent full time position providing a great opportunity to work with a successful and growing organisation who offer challenging work and the potential for career progression. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or 0450 302 738 or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au or 0429 306 688 for further information. • Thu, 16 MayAmida Recruitment
Assistant Project Manager - Client Side - ASAP Start » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Candidates can come from Head Contractor or Client/Consultancy Side but ideally will have some client/consultancy side experience. Leading Project Management consultancy, multi state presence Excellent project pipeline across Hospitality, Retail & Commercial sectors Great culture, strong project pipeline, excellent progression opportunities Candidates can come from Head Contractor or Client/Consultancy Side but ideally will have some client/consultancy side experience. Projects from smaller up to $20m. Our client is a leading project management consultancy with an established pipeline of Hospitality, Retail and Commercial projects across new build as well as fit out / refurbishment up to $20m. They are now looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join their successful team based in their Brisbane office. The candidate can come from a head contractor, or a client side/consultancy background, however ideally will have some client side/consultancy experience. Excellent progression opportunities available as well as being mentored by one of the Directors. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Scope development Managing regulatory approvals Design co-ordination Stakeholder management and liaison Working in a “live” environment (some of the buildings may remain open during construction) Health and safety Program management Contract administration Construction management of project delivery Management of site variations and design changes Cost management Qualifications and Requirements: Degree Qualification in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or similar A minimum of 1-3 years’ experience in a client-side PM role, head contractor experience would also be ideal Proven end to end project management skills from concept through to completion Contract Administration experience Exposure to program management, managing timelines and critical paths Experience of end to end project management on a variety of building projects, commercial fit out would be an advantage This is a permanent full-time position providing a great opportunity to work with a successful and growing organisation who offer challenging work and the potential for career progression. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or 0450 302 738 or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au or 0429 306 688 for further information. • Thu, 16 MayAmida Recruitment
Infrastructure Technical Officer » Perth CBD, Perth - Technical Officer handling municipal works for local government About Client Our client is in local government that is seeking experienced Infrastructure Technical Officer to commence as soon as possible. This is a temporary placement with opportunities for a permanent role Key Responsibilities: Coordinate traffic, parking, and drainage investigations, surveys, and designs. Collate traffic, speed, and crash data into a database and make recommendations for future Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) projects. Assist in the preparation of Specifications for Capital Works, including Tender and Quotes. Monitor operational and capital expenditures to ensure they remain within budget. Obtain and assess quotations from consultants and contractors. Investigate and prepare correspondence and liaise with customers regarding engineering and technical queries. Assess and approve new crossover applications. Assist the Project Engineer in formulating the annual road reseal capital works programs. Qualifications: Tertiary qualification in Civil engineering or equivalent (or demonstrated relevant experience) 1 year prior experience in local government, preferably as a Technical Officer or equivalent Experience with GIS (Preferable) Police Clearance Right to work in Australia Due to the large volume of applicants, we will only be contacting applicants who have been short-listed. We will review applications as they are received and will endeavor to assess all applications ASAP. • Thu, 16 MayCrest Personnel
Assistant Project Manager - Client Side » Brisbane, QLD - a few. They are now looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join their successful and client focused team based in Brisbane QLD. As the Assistant Project...Renowned national professional and established project management consultancy Large prestigious project portfolio, new... • Thu, 16 MayAmida Recruitment
Assistant Project Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - Summary: We are seeking an Assistant Project Manager to support our project management team in all aspects of project planning, execution, and delivery. The successful candidate will work closely with the Project Management team to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. Responsibilities: Define project scope and maintain communication with project team regarding changes or delays. Understand and comply with contract requirements, maintaining records, ensuring invoicing, and compliance for projects. Assist in schedule development, implementation, and monitoring, including assessing time management outcomes. Maintain project controls, assist in budget development, identify and address issues, and accurately report project status. Develop controls to ensure policy compliance and adherence to governance standards. Document and ensure compliance with quality policies, conduct quality delivery, and contribute to continuous improvement. Establish and manage risk tools, mitigate project risks, identify opportunities, and escalate as needed. Support procurement processes, ensure supplier compliance, contribute to selection, and assist in finalization activities. Actively participate in meetings, ensure completion of action items, and prepare accurate reports. Qualifications and Requirements Bachelor's degree in property/project/construction management professional discipline (or equivalent) Demonstrate market knowledge and proficiency in your field; maintain high ethical standards at all times; keep abreast of industry and professional developments maintain personal expertise. Demonstrate strong relationship skills and exceptional communication skills. Government experience is essential School Infrastructure experience is desirable • Thu, 16 MayEssence Project Management
Assistant Director Project » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - The Assistant Director Strategic Partnerships will provide advice, analysis, collaborate, develop and facilitating the planning, resourcing, whole of agency strategic coordination of relevant initiatives under departmental, interagency and intergovernmental strategy implementation including the NT Education Engagement Strategy 2022-2031 and ongoing projects from the Indigenous Education Strategy. • Wed, 15 MayNorthern Territory Government
Assistant Project Manager LAND Domain » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - About the Role: Reporting to the Project Manager, the Assistant Project Manager will provide essential administrative support within the LAND Domain. This role presents a unique opportunity to participate in various project activities, making a significant contribution to an important Defence initiative. Joining this team offers the chance to make a tangible impact on the future of Defence technology through this exciting initiative. What you will be involved in: Provision of general administrative support to the lead Project / Engineering Managers Contract management support including management of contract deliverables, organisation of contractual meetings and general stakeholder engagement. Reviewing and facilitating approval of contract deliverables to ensure timely responses to Industry Partners Conducting simple procurement and provision of assistance to complex procurement including drafting and review of approval documentation (with assistance from project managers and the commercial team) What we would like from you: Experience providing project and / or administrative support to a project / program. Ability to effectively utilise document filing systems (Objective), manage calendar bookings, and develop and maintain simple / templated contractual documentation. Defence systems experience (Objective, MaMo, MyFi, ASDEFCON etc.) desirable. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience working in a secure environment and / or experience performing security functions for Industry / Defence (desirable) Knowledge of fundamental input to capability Highly desirable. Australian Citizen with the ability to obtain a NV1 clearance. Life at Nova In addition to salary, you are supported with: Flexible ways of working and dress for your day Commitment to Professional and Personal Development (up to $5000 per year) Reward & Recognition Program offering exclusive discounts from hundreds of major retailers, helping you to save on groceries, petrol, holidays and more Additional Leave entitlements include Reserve, Professional Development, Loyalty, Emergency Services, Parental and Purchased Wellbeing Hub with access to health and fitness content Employee Assistance Program for employees and family members Access to Defence Health and Travel Insurance Novated Leasing and Salary Sacrifice Nova Employee Share Offer An inclusive and supportive culture Social activities throughout the year, we even dress up at times, think Safari - we don't like to take ourselves too seriously Annual ANZ conference - great way to connect more broadly and strengthen your internal networks A range of other great benefits, just ask us APPLY NOW Alternatively for a confidential discussion, please contact Melanie Lo in the Nova Talent Acquisition Team on (08) 8252 7100. Nova Systems does not accept any recruitment agency solicitation. Nova Systems is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace, where everyone feels safe, valued, and included, where our people are our point of difference. Nova Systems respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters in which we live and work, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. Nova Systems also acknowledges the services of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have contributed to defending Australia and its national interests. To find out more about our commitment to Reconciliation, please visit our website. As a Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian Citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain an appropriate clearance. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role. To learn more, please visit: www.defence.gov.au/security/clearances • Wed, 15 MayNova Systems
Project Manager (Multiple) » Canberra, ACT - Project Manager SFIA 4 (Multiple) - RFQ-ASD-02-2024 - SOW 1 - Rereleased Due to the nature of clients we work.... To facilitate this ASD has a requirement for a number of Project Managers to oversee projects under limited direction. The Project... • Wed, 15 MayKinexus
Associate Director (Electrical Engineer) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Our diverse Melbourne-based Building Services Team are currently looking for an Associate Director (Electrical Engineer) to join their team. This role will operate across a diverse portfolio of projects, assisting with the design and delivery of projects across; Defence, Healthcare, Education, Aviation, Civil Infrastructure, Commercial and Community/Leisure projects across the State. What will a day in this role look like: Deliver multidisciplinary projects with our major client group as a Technical / Project Lead whilst mentoring and assisting with the development of building services engineers within the group. Work closely with other Team Leads within the division, to collaborate on projects including strategic project planning, resource planning, utilisation and business development opportunities. Use your commercial acumen, network and business analysis skills to interpret and understand complex projects, reports and financial systems across the operational business and on projects. • Wed, 15 MayAECOM
Assistant Project Manager - Construction WA » Redcliffe, Belmont Area - Could you be our next Assistant Project Manager? With new restaurant openings and reinvestment contributing to 2-3% of the Australian business growth each year, our National Development Group plays an integral role in developing new and existing restaurants. Based in Perth, this role would see you assisting in the management of sites across the WA market. Now is a perfect time to join the business with a significant number of new restaurants and reinvestment projects planned for years to come. This opportunity is suitable for an architect or engineer looking to make a change What can you expect on a day-to-day basis? Working hand in hand with the real estate team to deliver the new store pipeline Co-ordinating and evaluating Site Investigation reports including the availability of services, geotechnical and contamination assessments Managing and liaising with governing authorities during approval and development process Managing the development of project documentation, ensuring compliance with all departmental procedures and processes Managing the tender process, evaluation and appointment of contractors, nominated subcontractors and suppliers Managing the construction process ensuring stakeholders (i.e. Licensee, Operations, Contractors, Suppliers) are kept informed through regular site meetings and formal status reports Ensuring construction projects are delivered to time & budget Coordinating the project handover process (incorporating all disciplines and suppliers) to ensure the operations team are fully briefed on the operation and maintenance of all items Facilitating and actioning ad hoc building requests from key stakeholders • Sun, 12 MayMcDonald's Corporation
Assistant Project Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - Shaping the future of real estate for a better world At JLL, we see a Brighter Way forward for our clients, our people, our planet, and our communities. With over 200 years of real estate experience, we are, and always have been, in continual pursuit of brighter ways of working. We bring to life see a Brighter Way in all that we do by seeking better, smarter, more innovative ways of working. We approach our work in a warmer, more optimistic, and inclusive way. JLL is a global leader in helping clients envision where people will live, work, play, shop, and eat. What this opportunity involves: Our Project & Development Services (PDS) business line has a key role in managing and delivering Minor and Capital works projects across NSW. As Assistant Project Manager (APM), you will be expected to contribute to the tasks below and also able to validate and oversee deliverables produced by Project Coordinators. An APM is expected to be involved with between 5-8 projects at various stages. As the Assistant Project Manager, you are expected to take responsibility for the effective management of all phases of smaller/less complex projects (or projects) from initial establishment to handover and project closure. Your responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Ensure monthly project deliverables are completed, including delivery plans, status reports, cost reports and meeting agendas Establish project budget and overall project programme to ensure successful delivery in accordance with client requirements Chair weekly project meetings and prepare PCG (Project Control Group) reports and RFP (Request for Proposal) Be involved with value engineering, buildability analysis and critically review design and documentation to maximise outcomes Contract administration of all vendors in a professional manner Represent the best interests of the client from inception to completion of projects Seek possible opportunities to include other JLL business lines Foster relationships with existing clients to increase JLL's profile and exposure Create an environment where all team members are encouraged and motivated to contribute Maintain positive relationships will all stakeholders and communicate via actions and example Seek advice and collaborate with senior staff in exploring solutions to problems which may arise Sounds like you? This is what we are looking for: Confidence to manage project delivery from inception to closure Experience in managing cost reporting systems Understanding of legal environment within projects with respect to planning, commercial aspects and delivery constraints Ability to carry out commercial negotiations with contractors, suppliers, consultants and authorities Willingness to assist in preparing project proposals and delivering presentations to secure new work opportunities Detailed understanding of different project delivery methods Degree in a relevant Project or Construction Management related discipline or related field and 3 years' experience or a combination of formal education and experience exceeding 8 years, 3 of which must be related to design, construction or project management What you can expect from us: You'll join an entrepreneurial, inclusive culture. One where the best inspire the best. Where like-minded people work naturally together to achieve great things, join us to develop your strengths and enjoy a fulfilling career full of varied experiences. Keep those ambitions in sight and imagine where JLL can take you. As an organisation, we don't just accept that we are a place of many different people, but we embrace it, we celebrate it, and we proactively support the needs that difference brings. JLL is committed to equal opportunity regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation or disability, and that is why, for more than a decade, we have continued to rank among the world's most ethical companies. We are dedicated to offering veterans from all ranks and services a successful civilian career as they transition out of the military. We recognise and appreciate the skills acquired in their service careers as vital and transferable to our workforce. Location: On-site -Sydney, NSW If this resonates with you, we encourage you to apply even if you don't meet all of the requirements. We're interested in getting to know you and what you bring to the table JLL Privacy Notice Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading global provider of real estate and investment management services. We take our responsibility to protect the personal information provided to us seriously. Generally the personal information we collect from you are for the purposes of processing in connection with JLL's recruitment process. We endeavour to keep your personal information secure with appropriate level of security and keep for as long as we need it for legitimate business or legal reasons. We will then delete it safely and securely. For more information about how JLL processes your personal data, please view our Candidate Privacy Statement. For additional details please see our career site pages for each country. For candidates in the United States, please see a full copy of our Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action policy here. Jones Lang LaSalle ("JLL") is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process - including the online application and/or overall selection process - you may contact us at Accommodation Requests. This email is only to request an accommodation. Please direct any other general recruiting inquiries to our Contact Us page > I want to work for JLL. • Sun, 12 MayJLL
Project Support Officer » Canberra, ACT - Project Support Officer - RFQ-ASD-02-2024 - SOW 1 - Rereleased Due to the nature of clients we work.... To facilitate this ASD has a requirement for multiple Project Support Officers. ASD seeks a Project Support Officer... • Sat, 11 MayKinexus
Assistant Project Manager | Construction Planning » Brisbane, QLD - and stakeholders in respect to outcomes, budget and time management. Experience working as an Assistant Project Manager/Coordinator... complex Queensland Government Department, are currently seeking a proactive Assistant Project Manager for an initial 12-month... • Thu, 09 MayHudson
Assistant Project Manager - Construction WA » Ascot, Belmont Area - Company Description: McDonald's Australia Limited is the largest quick service restaurant operation in the country. Fondly known as "Macca's", we are a household name in Australia for over 50 years, we believe that our customers are the heart and soul of everything we do and make it our mission to make every moment count As an employer of choice winner, working with us means taking pride and having fun along the way, while growing and developing your career in a dynamic and supportive environment. Not only do we offer flexible working arrangements and an attractive staff discount; but we provide an opportunity to work alongside other passionate and talented people every single day. Job Description: Could you be our next Assistant Project Manager? With new restaurant openings and reinvestment contributing to 2-3% of the Australian business growth each year, our National Development Group plays an integral role in developing new and existing restaurants. Based in Perth, this role would see you assisting in the management of sites across the WA market. Now is a perfect time to join the business with a significant number of new restaurants and reinvestment projects planned for years to come. This opportunity is suitable for an architect or engineer looking to make a change What can you expect on a day-to-day basis? - Working hand in hand with the real estate team to deliver the new store pipeline - Co-ordinating and evaluating Site Investigation reports including the availability of services, geotechnical and contamination assessments - Managing and liaising with governing authorities during approval and development process - Managing the development of project documentation, ensuring compliance with all departmental procedures and processes - Managing the tender process, evaluation and appointment of contractors, nominated subcontractors and suppliers - Managing the construction process ensuring stakeholders (i.e. Licensee, Operations, Contractors, Suppliers) are kept informed through regular site meetings and formal status reports - Ensuring construction projects are delivered to time & budget - Coordinating the project handover process (incorporating all disciplines and suppliers) to ensure the operations team are fully briefed on the operation and maintenance of all items - Facilitating and actioning ad hoc building requests from key stakeholders Qualifications: Your keys to success: To open the door to success in this team, you must be someone who goes looking for opportunities and who actively drives their own development, never stopping until you get results You will also be great at building strong relationships, comfortable with being "in the field" and adapting to an extremely fast pace. To get us really excited you will have a degree in construction or project management, however field experience will certainly trump this. Experience Essentials: - Eperienced Architect, Engineer or APM - Knowledgeable in construction staging, programming and site safety execution. - Strong understanding of Australian Construction Building codes and Australian Standards. - Exposure to a franchise business model in a well-known brand - Ability to capture and influence business owners (franchise or small) - Strong Written and Verbal communication skills Additional Information: Relish in the Macca's difference when you join the Golden Arches: - Competitive Remuneration Package. We offer a total reward package of base salary, health care and a target incentive bonus plan. - A Fun & Vibrant Culture. Immerse yourself in local and Macca's only events and experiences from day one of working with us. - 5 Weeks of Annual Leave. Switch off and recharge or explore your passions outside of work with an additional week of annual leave each calendar year. - Highly Flexible Work Environment. Our teams have embraced a hybrid working model, balancing working remotely and connecting in the office to support our people and how they best add value. - Birthday & Volunteer Leave. Enjoy a day-off during your birthday month and 3 days annually to volunteer for a registered charity you are passionate about. - Ongoing Professional Development. We are committed to developing our people by investing in leadership programs and a world class learning and development offering that propel you to achieve your career goals. - Macca's Staff Discount & Retail Discounts. Enjoy discounted Macca's at any restaurant across Australia and access to hundreds of retail discounts. - Access To Our 24/7 Wellbeing Partner (Sonder) For You & Your Immediate Family. Using the Sonder app, access free and confidential safety, medical and mental health support via chat or phone with accredited professionals. As an equal opportunity employer, we strongly encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ethnicities, cultures, and experiences. We strive to make every moment through the recruitment process a feel-good moment for everyone. Let us know if we can provide any reasonable accommodations to enable you to participate in the job application and interview process, if you'd like to note your pronouns or have suggestions for how we can improve in this space. Requsition ID: REF6737H_743999985732663 • Thu, 09 MayMcDonald's
Project Officer / Admin Assistant » Belconnen, ACT - Job Description: Administration Assistant - 12 fixed-term contract Our client, a well-established property... • Thu, 09 MaySelectPeople

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