The Company At Fuji Xerox Australia, we believe our people set us apart. We are a company totally focused on the customer experience and it is our people who bring this vision to life by living our values and giving the best of themselves. Driven by innovation, Fuji Xerox Australia is transforming its business model, solutions and customer value proposition to align and deliver on the future business needs and requirements of Australian businesses. The Role An exciting opportunity exists for a dedicated experienced Banking Administrator, to join Customer Administration team in NSW (Macquarie Park) on a permanent fulltime basis. In this position you will report to the Banking Team leader Some of your key responsibilities will be Communicate with customers “ internalexternal through various methods to satisfy queries promptly efficiently Implement a process to allocate cheque credit card payments, daily, in accounts receivables to customer outstanding invoices based on customer remittances Partner with the credit team members to ensure complex payments are correctly allocated to ensure customer satisfaction Create payment batches and request reconciliation sign off to ensure allocation integrity control Mange and action all payments queries, from Credit Officers, within 48 hours Ensure all remittances received are printed coded daily to ensure prompt processing of payments Provide regular feedback and suggestions for process improvements The Person To be successful in this role you will need to Sound knowledge of payment receipting and banking processes, with attention to detail Demonstrate accuracy in completing repetitive tasks and the ability to meet deadlines Demonstrate the ability to understand, resolve prioritise banking enquiries manage within SLA™s Utilise excel skills to expedite data interpretation and reconciliations You will need to be a dependable team player goals focused, and organised, with Past experience in high volume bankingreceiptingdata entry reconciliation skill Intermediate (or higher) excel skills Customer service, communication and problem-solving skills Oracle knowledge would be an advantage The ideal candidate will need to be flexible and willing to go above and beyond by taking ownership of the role and looking for opportunities for improvement and how you can add value to the team. If you enjoy working in with a friendly and supportive team, love solving problems for customers and like a diverse and challenging role, then dont hesitate and apply now. Fuji Xerox has a flexible and open culture and you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of tasks and collaborate with talented people. œOur Products can be disassembled into over 88 categories for reuse, remanufacture or recycling “ helping us achieve 99.5 percent resource recovery
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Operations Administrator The Toll Group is the Asian regions leading provider of integrated logistics services, generating annual revenue of AU8.3 billion and employing over 40,000 people across an extensive network of 1,200 sites throughout more than 50 countries across the world. The Opportunity The purpose of this role is to provide high quality logistical and administrative support to assist in the day-to-day provision of Resources - East business. Responsible for administration and operational tasks associated with all freight tasks, this role ensures the efficient and prompt completion of all related administration responsibilities and where necessary operational tasks. Key focus areas for this role will include logistical and administrative support, attention to detail, high standards of customer service and the support of the business unit™s safety initiatives. You will be responsible for the following Develop administrative capabilities under the direction of team leaders Prioritise tasks by referring to best standard business practices Implement processes that enhance the customer experience Data entry for all relevant site operations Liaison with internal and external stakeholders Administer and maintain financial processes Support other departments of the business unit Identify, correct, and improve any encountered problems Adhere with Toll Group health and safety policies and procedures Promote positive onsite safety behaviour and initiatives To be successful in this role you will have Experience in the transport industry (highly regarded) Previous experience in an administrative or operational role Demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Suite Keen eye for detail Superior written and verbal communication skills High standards for customer service Solid understanding of key business drivers Passion for improving workplace culture Time management and organisational skills Innovative approach to decision making Ambition for continuous improvement Toll People are Australia™s most recognised provider of Transport, Logistics, Supply Chain and Warehouse staff. Whilst we service the Toll Group, we also service hundreds of external clients and partners, offering complete recruitment solutions from permanent and executive recruitment, business support recruitment to flexible labour and award-winning training and development programs. To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below.
Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia
Develop your skills supporting our sales team customers Long term career opportunities with a global organisation Port Kembla location Valmont Industries is a global leading producer and distributor of products for the infrastructure and agricultural markets. Our Valmont Coatings - Industrial Galvanizers subsidiary is the industry leader in hot-dip galvanizing and protective coating services. We offer corrosion protection for a variety of metal products, bolstering their durability, lifespan and aesthetic value. We are looking for an enthusiastic Internal Sales Administrator to join our Port Kembla branch and support our national sales team and provide exceptional customer service to our customers. Key Responsibilities include Engaging with customers to understand their needs and requirements Supporting sales team with providing quotations and processing sales orders Providing great professional customer service and responding to all inbound telephone customer calls and emails Liaising with all necessary internal stakeholders ensure delivery commitments. Successful candidates will demonstrate the following attributes Positive work attitude and work well in a team A professional approach and strong customer service mindset Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Ability to work in a fast paced environment A willing to learn attitude Experience within an admincustomer service position ideally in the industrialmanufacturing industry Exposure to ERP Systems such as QAD or SAP is highly desirable High proficiency in Microsoft products, in particular Excel and SharePoint As a strong communicator, you will find ways to make a positive contribution, while being an influential part of the broader team and work together to drive business growth. There is great scope for career progression and if you believe this is the role for you then please apply today
Illawarra St, Port Kembla NSW 2505, Australia
Our client is seeking a Planning Officer - Development and Assessment This opportunity is a 40 hour week working across five days. Essential Demonstrated ability to interpret statutory requirements Prepare correspondence in relation to Development Applications Demonstrated ability to resolve complex planning issues to achieve outcomes in the public interest Demonstrated experience of statutory planning or development assessment within the public or private sectors Knowledge of the role of local government and its service functions High level written communication skills Experience in record keeping software (TRIM). Substantial experience in word processing documents Facilitate meetings with landowners to resolve complex planning issues. Familiarity with Austroads documents in relation to traffic impacts from developments. Assessment of Development Applications in accordance to relevant planning schemes. Provide responses to Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) application Desirable Previous local government experience will be highly regarded If this role sounds like you APPLY NOW Immediate start for successful applicant. Please apply by submitting your current resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant skills and experience.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
Empire Office Furniture is Australias leading office furniture retailer servicing many high profile corporate organisations, educational institutions and government departments. This privately owned and operated company has a great reputation to successfully provide quality workstations, seating and furniture for over 35years. Summary Great career progression opportunities with extensive in-house training. Join a fun, yet high achieving team with excellent team morale Excellent work life balance - no weekend work The Role Immediate vacancy, based at our flagship Sydney Showroom on Parramatta Road, next to Olympic Park. We are looking for a highly organized and efficient individual to provide Sales and Administrative support to our Sales Team, in a fast paced Retail and Project driven business. You will need excellent attention to detail and time management to work in a team environment. Enjoying the variety of tasks with a positive customer focus. Duties include but are not limited to Administrative duties includes, following sales and administrative procedures, answering phones and general enquiries, debtors, purchase orders and supplier performance, running and actioning reports and general office and accounts orientated duties receipting goods, ordering stock, invoicing, debtors, banking, running reports and other general office duties. Develop strong product knowledge to enable you to provide advice to a wide range of clients with regard to their office furniture requirements. Preparation of Quotes and processing of Sales Orders through to delivery. Assist with the furniture showroom display and pricing To succeed in the role we will be looking for someone who Is highly organized with strong computer and procedure systems knowledge and a solid understanding of the flow of information within a business. Strong communication skills within a team focused environment and a willingness to assist in all areas of the branch operations. A customer driven business means you will bring the highest level of customer service into this role. Have the ability to manage multiple tasks on the go If you feel you could bring something great to our business please APPLY NOW
Wentworth Point NSW, Australia
Doors Plus is a nationwide industry leader with a proud 29 year history and is currently recruiting for a Customer Service Administrator for its Minchinbury head office. If you have a energetic, out-going personality with great communication skills and like to deal with people then wed like to hear from you. We are looking for an enthusiastic, proactive and team-orientated Customer ServiceAdmin person to be part of our team. This position will suit someone who has previous experience within a similar role, has Microsoft office skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritise. As a valued team member, you will be responsible for, but not limited to Receive and handle phone and email enquiries. Updating the company database Providing customer service to our clients Preparation of report documents Provide office support for team members Dealing with stock inventory related matters. To be the successful applicant you will need Fluent in both English and Chinese as you will dealing with China based companies. Minimum 1 years experience within a similar role Proficient Microsoft Office skills, particularly Word and Excel Initiative and enthusiasm when faced with new challenges Professional appearance and manner a No Fuss attitude Strong clear communication skills, both verbal and written Ability to work individually and within a team environment Some exposure to stock control inventory Ability to speak Chinese is advantageous but not essential. If this sounds like you, then take that first step into the doorway of your success Click the APPLY button to submit your application or email your resume to jobsdoorsplus.com.au or call Charley Kassis direct on 0416 019 989. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Doors Plus is an organisation with specific ideas on how to meet and satisfy our clients needs. We have unique systems, products and methodologies that had been developed over the last 29 years that not only brought us to where we are today but also, sets us apart from our competitors.
Wilmott Pl, Glenmore Park NSW 2745, Australia
BGIS, a Brookfield Company, is a leading provider of integrated real estate management services, facilities management, professional services, project delivery and workplace solutions. With a combined team of over 7,000+ people, we are focused on enabling innovation through the services we deliver, while actively engaging new opportunities that add more value to our clients businesses. Globally, BGIS manages approximately 30 million square metres of client portfolios across more than 30,000 locations in Australia, Asia, New Zealand, North America, Europe and the Middle East. The Role As the Workplace Coordinator you will be responsible for the management of Microsofts new touch down working environment in Martin Place. Your role will include guiding employees to free desks, maintaining an immaculate working area and providing an understanding of the new agile working environment. Previous experience with Agile Working environments is key to be successful in this role. Responsibilities include Creating, curating and managing workplace experiences for premium clientele for both internal and external guests Ensure professional operation of the new Agile working environment Assist with the management of events to ensure smooth operation Order drinks, office supplies, and catering Maintain a clean and safe working environment for all employees Manage the incoming and outgoing mail Skills Experience Similar experience coordinatingmanaging a corporate office is highly desired Formal tertiary qualifications in Business Administration or similar Training in current OHS, QA and ideally systems Demonstrated experience or exposure to Agile working environments Proficient in desktop applications such as Word, Excel, and Outlook Benefits Culture ˜Stepping Up is an innovative and interactive talent development programme designed to help each member of the BGIS team contribute to continuous professional development. Our benefits include flexible work options, an EAP program which provides free counselling services to employees and their families, Paid Parental Leave, Study assistance and much more. BGIS is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote and support the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and other diversity or minority groups.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Located in Collingwood, this healthcare membership based organisation provides a range of support and education to over 3000 members throughout Australia. The Role You will need to be a motivated selfstarter with a positive outlook and the ability to work diplomatically with a wide range of people. You will provide high level administrative and secretarial support to the CEO, designated Committees and work groups. You will have excellent time management and organisational skills, the ability to prioritise multiple activities, demonstrated ability in meeting deadlines and skilled in lateral thinking when it comes to solving problems. This is a multifaceted role filled with variety highlevel administrative responsibilities and operational duties to ensure the smooth running of the office and general Human Resources tasks when required. Required Skills We are seeking a experienced professional with the ability to work autonomously. It is essential you have Experience in a similar role Experience liaising at Board level Proven trusted point of contact, ensuring discretion and confidentiality Highly personable with a willing and positive approach Excellent written and oral communication skills High level of attention to detail Demonstrated ability to coordinate and manage a high volume of meetings Proven ability to record clear and succinct meeting minutes of highlevel, complex and sometimes lengthy discussions Excellent planning, organisational, prioritisation and time management skills Ability to initiate activities and prioritise multiple tasks Benefits Ina edition to a salary of 80,000 + super + salary packaging benefits, you will working within a flexible and friendly work place (which even includes two dogs). You will have the ability to continue to grow and develop your skill set within a rewarding environment. To apply for the role please click on the Apply tab. For further information please contact Lachlan Henderson on 0467 333 373 or email lachlaneligogroup.com.au
Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia
United Apparel is one of the largest textile screen printers in Victoria. Based in South Geelong, we specialise in screen printing for the fashion industry, clubs, schools and special events. In this position, you will be the first point of contact for customers and staff before, during and after the screen printing process. This is ideally a fulltime position, but we are open to a part-time for the right candidate. You will be energetic, motivated and a highly organised team player with a focus on customer service. In this role, you will Build positive relationships with all customers and suppliers Liaise with customers to finalise orders and make changes Maintain our customer database Work with our printing and design staff Ensure messages are clearly documented and passed on Assist sales reps as required Other ad hoc administration duties The ideal candidate will have the following Excellent written and verbal communication skills Fantastic computer skills, including Microsoft Office and the ability to master new systems and enter data quickly and accurately The ability to work independently High attention to detail and accuracy Ability to multitask United Apparel values a can-do attitude more than specific experience, we have great teachers to guide you. Applications are to be submitted online in .doc or .pdf format and must include a cover letter. Recruitment agencies should note that United Apparel does not accept agency resumes. United Apparel is not responsible for any fees related to any unsolicited resumes submitted.
Geelong VIC 3220, Australia
The Role An exciting opportunity has become available for a BD Project Coordinator to join our team in the Perth office. Working within this highly successful, dynamic team of professionals, you will be responsible to provide a high level of administrative and bid production support, act as the initial point of contact to the BD and Practice Leaders both internally and externally and relieve the State BD Managing Principal of clerical and administrative duties. Key Responsibilities within this position will include Direct point of contact for internal colleagues requiring information and assistance with proposals or capability statements, Liaise with the Marsh IMPTACT Team on defensive tenders Assist the nominated bid project manager and bid team in preparation of tender submissions and other proposals as well as understand bid timeline and document delivery requirements Directly responsible for document management and version control Editing document content (text and graphics) when appropriate, and preparation of document layout and initial population of content for first draft Salesforce sales reporting- new business, renewal, expanded business working with managers and brokers to ensure accuracy Liaising with senior management and finance division to preliminary populate budget actual and forecast reports for management™s final review and submission Liaise with Visual Design Services team in the development and production of final document Update internal intranet with various RFP documents and notifications Provide administration support to greater team including takingscreening calls and messages, arranging conference calls and assisting with National BD Coordinators workload when required Coordinate and arranges monthly meetings, agendas and presentations Conducts high level research, compile and type statistical reports maintain database and spreadsheet files Arranges programs, events and including facilities and catering, issuing information or invitations, coordinating speakers, and controlling event budget Skills Experience required Demonstrated experience and knowledge in using softwares Desktop Publisher and Salesforce Exceptional communication, influencing, and negotiation skills Commitment to providing high level client service and the ability to operate in a team environment Strong attention to detail and a high level of organisational ability Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Ability to multi task and prioritise when working across a number of tasks Be process and task focused, with the ability to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines Come and work for Marsh and enjoy the benefits of a world leader Become part of a global leader that has one of the strongest reputations in its industry Enjoy the benefits of our highly regarded ˜wellness package™ including a health plan, staff discounts, salary continuance and more Have access to the best in the industry training opportunities including study benefits and support About Marsh Marsh is a global leader in insurance broking and risk management. Marsh helps clients succeed by defining, designing, and delivering innovative industry-specific solutions that help them effectively manage risk. Marsh™s approximately 30,000 colleagues work together to serve clients in more than 130 countries. Marsh is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh McLennan Companies (NYSE MMC), a global professional services firm offering clients advice and solutions in the areas of risk, strategy, and people. How to Apply If you are looking for a challenging new role in a truly global organisation that is committed to innovation and excellence, then look no further than Marsh. Apply now, by sending your resume and cover letter via the link below. Applications will only be accepted from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete Criminal Record check prior to commencement of employment. Marsh is an equal opportunity employer committed to embracing a diverse and inclusive work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people regardless of their gender, maritalparental status, ethnic origin, nationality, age, background, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
Exceptionally Rewarding career development opportunity with the NSW Government at State Transit Authority Clerk Special Grade - Package includes salary (80,461 - 88,737 p.a.) inclusive of Industry Allowance Ongoing Full Time Opportunity Position is based at Ryde Depot (you may also be required to travelwork at other STA Depot locations) The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for an Executive Assistant to be a part of the State Transit team. This position will play a key role in providing high quality executive and administrative support across a range of complex issues. By providing support to functional unit managers, you will be a key driving force in promoting coordination within the division. You will be responsible for ensuring the effective operation of the Executive Director™s office by providing efficient and confidential support and secretarial services. This will include, but is not limited to responding to phone calls, handling correspondence, managing diary appointments, preparing agendas and meeting minutes, conducting research and preparing reports and presentations. You will act as the Executive Directors first point of call and be required to analyse and assess requests in order to prioritise matters to facilitate the optimal use of the Director™s time. We are looking for an individual who has highly developed interpersonal and communications skills with the proven ability to work independently and be highly organised to meet deadlines. You will have advanced computer skills and experience in providing high quality secretarial and administrative support in a fast paced and sensitive environment. For more information on this position, view the role description here. About us The State Transit Authority of New South Wales is the government owned authority responsible for the operations of Sydney Buses. With over 1900 buses, State Transit bus fleet is one of the largest and most modern, making it one of the largest bus operations of anywhere in the world. Comprising over 290 routes in Sydney, State Transit operates over 16,800 services a day carrying more than 600,000 passengers to their destination. Benefits State Transit offer employees an interesting, challenging and rewarding career with the opportunity to work independently whilst enjoying the benefits of a large organisation. State Transit is committed to supporting the successful candidates with on-going training and development for career progression. You will also be entitled to employee travel pass benefits. How to apply To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses a) The reason for your interest in this position, and b) How your skills and experience suit the role For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here or for more information on State Transit Authority please click on link provided. Should you have enquiries about the role, please contact Daniela Fontana on 0428 512 924. For assistance on how to apply online, please contact John Roberts on 02 8574 3612 and quote 00006CBX. If you encounter technical issues please contact I Work for NSW Support Team on 1800 562 679 (Mon-Fri) or supportjobs.nsw.gov.au Applications close 1159pm on Sunday 29 July 2018
Sydney NSW 2112, Australia
MSF Sugar Pty Ltd is an integrated grower, processor, marketer and exporter of raw sugar. We are Australia™s largest sugarcane farmer, second largest raw sugar exporter and third largest miller. MSF Sugar has a 124 year heritage in Australia and a future which centres on being an efficient, reliable, high quality supplier of sugar to international markets. Applications are invited for the position of Administration Officer to join the MSF Sugar team. This is a full time, salary position, located at our Corporate Office in Gordonvale, approximately 20km south of Cairns. This newly created role is responsible for providing timely and effective support to the Operational Excellence team incorporating Safety and Environment, Human Resources, Communications, Information Technology and Operational Excellence functions. This role would suit a highly organised and competent individual who is keen to learn and work across different functional areas. The ability to multi task and also manage the competing priorities across the team is vital. Previous experience in supporting a HR or Safety team would be highly advantageous. MSF Sugar offers a supportive and positive team environment. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a major player in Australian agribusiness. Applicants are required to undergo pre-employment medical and drug and alcohol testing. Further details including the position description for this role are available on our website. Applications are to be emailed to careersmsfsugar.com.au Applications close Wednesday 1st August 2018.
Gordonvale QLD 4865, Australia
Part Time (3 days per week) 2 Years Fixed Term Contract The College of Law has been at the forefront of practical legal education since 1974 and over 60,000 of our graduates now work across all facets of our industry. Across Australia, New Zealand and Asia we have 500+ educators and support staff, with the majority comprising practising lawyers and legal professional from all levels. This ensures our programs are always relevant to real world practice. Innovative and forward-looking, The College of Law has proven to be one of the most trusted names in legal training. We are one of the few non-universities to achieve status as a Self-Accrediting Authority from the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency in Australia. The College of Law is looking for a talented, dynamic Business Manager to join the team at our Melbourne CBD office. Purpose of position The Business Manager supports the Executive Director, Victoria, via day to day administration of expenditure, property management and reporting. The key processes the Business Manager will be involved with are Oversight and authorisation of College Victoria expenses in accordance with budget Management and authorisation of pay to adjunct staff Management of equipment and academic resource purchasing in accordance with budget Oversight and authorisation of property related expenses and activities Responsibility for the preparation of a maintenance schedule for all capital property and maintenance works Support the Executive Director in long term staff and resource management Experience, Skills and Attributes A tertiary qualification in accounting, finance or business Significant previous experience in equivalent business managementaccounting role Proven track record of small business financial management Strong written and verbal communication skills High attention to detail with strong analytical orientation Intermediate to advanced proficient in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel Strong project management and organisational skills Contribution to the ongoing development and improvement of department processes and systems If you are interested in being part of a growing Australia and New Zealand operation, then visit our website httpwww.collaw.edu.aucareers for more information. Please send your application including a CV and cover letter to recruitmentcollaw.edu.au. Advertisement closes COB Friday 10 August
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Join a great company with a fantastic team culture 1 year contractor with the view to move into a permanent role Be a part of a world leading pharmaceutical organisation When you join an organisation, the question many ask is what will life be like? The question we ask you is, what difference will you make? No matter your role within Sanofi Australia and New Zealand, you are able to make a difference. Sanofi, Empowering Life. At Bioverativ, a Sanofi company, we are dedicated to transforming the lives of people with hemophilia, cold agglutinin disease and other rare blood disorders. We bring a strong legacy of innovation, world-class science, and commitment to the rare blood disorders community. We are united by a singular purpose to create progress where patients need it most. We are currently looking for an Executive Assistant to the Operations Team (1 year Contractor) to join our Bioverativ team in Kew, Melbourne Victoria. The role will involve monthly reporting, data management and analysis, event management, organising the logistics of the team, diary management, marketing support and the maintenance of our home delivery program. We are looking for an enthusiastic goal driven individual with the following Experience in the same or similar role Innovative and entrepreneurial approach Someone that can see the positives and adjust to changes Highly motivated, engaging and professional Experience working with a biotech, pharmaceutical or medical device business would be highly desirable As a leading global healthcare company Sanofi considers all candidates equally. We believe in the value of diversity and inclusion and work hard to create workplaces where every person™s voice is heard. Although this is a contractor role, you are considered as a critical member of the Bioverativ team and expect a friendly, fun and embracing environment where everyone chips in to help each other out. The view is also to extend this role into a permanent role in the future. If this sounds like an opportunity that would interest you. Please apply online today and don™t miss out on this opportunity.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
BD is a leading global medical technology company that creates medical technology, devices and laboratory equipment for a variety of needs across the healthcare continuum. At BD, we are looking for candidates who possess passion, innovative solutions and a commitment to our one mission of improving access to groundbreaking medical and biotechnology services for people near and far, delivering state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge research in the battle to fight and cure infectious diseases. With a global reach that extends across 50 countries worldwide, our network of professionals collaborates on effective measures to deliver enhanced patient quality such as lower health care delivery costs, improved health care and safety, and expanded health care for all. Join our company and see how you can become a part of one global mission to make a difference in human health. We are seeking an experienced Receptionist and Administrator to be the face of BD™s head office in North Ryde. This is a cross functional, fast paced role that is varied in its day to day responsibilities and duties. No two days are the same and you will be given the opportunity to work on more varied tasks and take on more responsibility over time. Responsibilities General reception duties Answering and forwarding incoming phone calls Managing all incoming and outgoing post, including franking Managing the reception sign in book Raising purchase orders Organising catering for events Setting up rooms for meetings and town halls Ordering kitchen and office supplies General cleaning and tidying as needed Assisting our warehouse staff with any courier needs Building relationships across the business to understand the unique needs and requirements of each business unit Working on ad hoc projects across different departments Skills and Experience Previous experience in a reception andor administration based role Great phone manner and communication skills A ˜can do™ attitude and positive personality Ability to manage your time and prioritise effectively Effective relationship building skills Experience working in a large organisation Ability to work autonomously Strong attention to detail This is a great opportunity for someone with a positive attitude, strong work ethic and previous receptionadministration experience to join a global company. In this role you will have exposure to all areas of the business and will have the opportunity to build relationships and make a real difference to our business and our customers. This role may suit someone returning to work after a career break, or someone looking to settle into their career as a receptionist. We can consider part time applicants (minimum 3 days per week) from a job share perspective. To learn more about the role please contact Maddie Brown on 02 8875 7182.
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Team Leader Administration “ 11257 The Gladstone Region is a dynamic Central Queensland coastal region that provides an enviable lifestyle and economic stability for more than 63,000 residents. Gladstone Regional Council delivers essential services to the community and promotes sustainable growth of the region, with a strong focus on creating a safe, inclusive and efficient workforce and providing opportunity for personal growth and career development for its 650-plus employees. Position Summary Council is seeking to appoint a Team Leader Administration to join the Delivery Support Performance, based in the Operations business unit. This position is a key leadership role and responsible for overseeing administration operations support to the Operations Business Units and to ensure there is an effective information flow and resources are deployed efficiently for overall administration support and assistance across the whole of Operations Business Unit. About you Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline. The ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation, by-laws, regulations etc in a Public Sector environment. High level analytical skills and demonstrated experience carrying out audits and process related reviews. Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing compliance, assurance systems and frameworks. Member of the Institute of Internal Auditors or the ability to become a member. High level communication, collaboration and negotiation skills to successfully engage and influence management, employees and stakeholders. Substantial demonstrated experience in a customer service environment, with proven achievement of high quality results. Proficient literacy and communication (verbal and written English) skills including the preparation of brief of evidence, reports and correspondence. Proficient keyboard skills and experience using Microsoft Office Suite and operating corporate business systems. Applicants are required to answer the job specific screening questions and provide a resume, as this forms part of the application process. For further information about the role, please refer to the position description. In reward for your hard work You will have the opportunity to grow your career within a progressive local government organisation, working within a high performing team that values your contribution. You will be rewarded with a competitive salary including generous superannuation and a flexible roster that supports a generous work-life balance. We also offer free physiotherapy and discounted health cover and fitness memberships. Please be advised that the preferred candidate for this position, as a condition of employment, may be required to Â· Complete a criminal history check. Â· Attend and participate in a skills assessment to further evaluate suitability for the position. Â· Complete a pre-employment medical. If there is a change in physical characteristics of the role, a medical assessment will be required to verify fitness for work, prior to appointment. Â· Be immunised against hep ab and tetanus and identified as vaccine responder. Â· Complete a psychometric assessment. Â· To be eligible and able to successfully acquire a Working with Children Blue Card. Applications Close 8am Thursday 2nd August 2018
Mount Alma Rd, Inkerman QLD 4806, Australia
Want to work for Australia™s 1 Commercial property firm, which is also an international real estate leader? Our award winning Project Development Services (PDS) business line transform the spaces where people live, work and play. From undeveloped land to major fit outs and refurbishments, they partner with investors, owners and occupiers to deliver projects that range from a single one-off task to those far more complex, with multiple local and regional sites. Just don™t get them talking on construction, building or design¦they might never stop So where does your new role fit into our team? The role will be based in our Melbourne CBD office. In this diverse, fast-paced and varied role you will provide hands-on support to a very busy team, whilst working autonomously within a sociable team environment. If you are someone that thrives in a fast paced The role responsibilities include Diary management, meeting planning, travel itineraries, expenses Manage the collation, preparation distribution of reports and presentations as required Assist with the update of relevant document registers Organise team trainings and events Coordinate team meetings ensuring detailed Agenda and Minutes are circulated within agreed timeframes Process expense claims including cash reimbursements by monthly due dates Updating information on SAP, Connect, and SharePoint Other administrative support where required Sound like you? To apply you need to be This is a full time role where you will provide hands-on support to this busy team, and be rewarded with a challenging and engaging career as part of a friendly and successful team. To be successful, you will be able to demonstrate strong writing, editing and formatting skills and an advanced knowledge of MS Office. Most important is a collaborative, team-oriented attitude highly developed organisational skills, proactive work ethic and ability to multi-task. Apply today The time is now and the future looks exciting Apply now on our Careers website quoting the reference JR78522BR and take this opportunity to join an organisation that™s as excited about your career as you are. You can also follow us and ask questions on Twitter JLLAustralia or join our Linkedin group httpbit.lyJLLgroup. Please note, although developing relationships with agencies forms a component of the JLL talent acquisition strategy, on this occasion agency submission will not be accepted. JLL is committed to developing and maintaining a diverse workforce. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders applications and enquiries.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Permanent part time position “ 32 hours per week Excellent for someone who has experience in customer service and sales Fantastic development opportunity for someone who loves to learn “ training will be provided on minor hearing aid repairs Australian Hearing is the country™s largest hearing services provider, with an international reputation for excellence. We are currently undergoing an exciting transformational journey, repositioning our brand and workplace culture, to ensure our customers are at the heart of everything we do. When you change lives, it™s more than just a job. We are looking for an enthusiastic Customer Service Officer to join our team in FREMANTLE on a permanent basis. This role will be reporting to our Hearing Centre Manager. The key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to Conduct hearing screening events Presentation of hearing services information to key external stakeholders. E.g. GP™s, nursing homes etc¦ Provide clients with current and useful information about additional services and technologies available. Positively greet clients, attend to all counter and telephone enquiries Liaising extensively with our clients, many of whom are elderly and come from multicultural Aboriginal and Strait Islander backgrounds Reception and general administration duties includes booking client appointments, processing claims, data entry, requiring accuracy and attention to detail Proactively identify client™s need and offer professional advice on assistive listening devices Minor hearing aid repairs, accurate checking and management of the repairs Assisting Clinicians with the provision of clinical services to our clients Demonstration the use of hearing aids and provide practice to clients The successful candidate must have Excellent customer service skills and exceptional listening skills Ability to work independently as well as with a team Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong administration and computer skills Ability to prioritise whilst working in a busy environment High level of problem solving skills and the ability to remain calm and professional in challenging situations A current driver™s licence
Brand Dr, Bentley WA 6102, Australia
Permanent part time position “ 16 hours per week Excellent for someone who has experience in customer service and sales Fantastic development opportunity for someone who loves to learn “ training will be provided on minor hearing aid repairs Australian Hearing is the country™s largest hearing services provider, with an international reputation for excellence. We are currently undergoing an exciting transformational journey, repositioning our brand and workplace culture, to ensure our customers are at the heart of everything we do. When you change lives, it™s more than just a job. We are looking for an enthusiastic Customer Service Officer to join our team in CANNINGTON on a permanent basis. This role will be reporting to our Hearing Centre Manager. The key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to Conduct hearing screening events Presentation of hearing services information to key external stakeholders. E.g. GP™s, nursing homes etc¦ Provide clients with current and useful information about additional services and technologies available. Positively greet clients, attend to all counter and telephone enquiries Liaising extensively with our clients, many of whom are elderly and come from multicultural Aboriginal and Strait Islander backgrounds Reception and general administration duties includes booking client appointments, processing claims, data entry, requiring accuracy and attention to detail Proactively identify client™s need and offer professional advice on assistive listening devices Minor hearing aid repairs, accurate checking and management of the repairs Assisting Clinicians with the provision of clinical services to our clients Demonstration the use of hearing aids and provide practice to clients The successful candidate must have Excellent customer service skills and exceptional listening skills Ability to work independently as well as with a team Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong administration and computer skills Ability to prioritise whilst working in a busy environment High level of problem solving skills and the ability to remain calm and professional in challenging situations A current driver™s licence
East Cannington WA 6107, Australia
Collaboration. Innovation. Better Healthcare. Opportunity to join a collaborative and supportive team within a fast-paced corporate environment Permanent Full Time Opportunity “ Chatswood location Innovative healthcare organisation We are looking for A professional with a proactive personality who can hit the ground running An individual with strong interpersonal skills who is passionate and committed to customer service Someone dedicated to ensuring operational and organisational excellence What you will be doing The Receptionist is the face of ACI and is responsible for the front-of-house reception including being the first point of contact for staff and visitors. The role is responsible for providing a professional, efficient and courteous service as well as administrative duties, general office and facility coordination support. Working collaboratively with stakeholders both internally and externally, you will need to manage competing priorities and meet tight deadlines, as well as maintain confidentiality and discretion and use sound judgement when sharing information. This role requires an individual who can work as part of a team as well as independently, and will be reporting to the Facilities and Office Manager. Employment details Employment Type Permanent Full Time Position Classification AO4 Remuneration 61,677 - 63,163 pa plus super Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ55168 About us Collaboration. Innovation. Better Healthcare. The Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) works with clinicians, consumers and managers to design and promote better healthcare for NSW. For more information go to httpswww.aci.health.nsw.gov.au How to apply Your application should include a cover letter responding to the selection criteria below, maximum of 3 pages. an up-to-date resume of no more than five (5) pages which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role. Selection criteria Demonstrated experience in a reception role in a fast paced, corporate environment Demonstrated exceptional customer service, interpersonal and problem solving skills Ability to work as part of a team, take initiative and work autonomously Ability to prioritise and multi-task competing demands A copy of the position description can be accessed here Position Description At the ACI we value diversity and inclusion. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and would like some more information about applying for a role within the ACI, please contact one of our Aboriginal Workforce Consultants on 1800 004 546 or by email aboriginalcareershealth.nsw.gov.au If you are a person with disability and require information or specific arrangements to participate in the recruitment process, please contact the People Culture Coordinator on 02 9464 4694. If you would like more information on this role please contact Katie Lee, Facilities and Office Manager, on 9464 4609. Closing date 1 August 2018
Chatswood, Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia