Joining us as Graduate Contract Administrator, you will have a key focus on managing the administration and governance of contracts across our NSWACT business. This is a great opportunity for you to be developed by a supportive leadership team as you look to build your skill set and commercial exposure. You will consider yourself a strong communicator with the ability to build positive working relationships. This trait will allow you to form successful partnerships with multiple stakeholders including the broader Procurement team, Operations and Finance. Under the guidance of the Procurement Manager, key areas of responsibility will include Maintain and manage a contract register (including administering the contract information systems). For example, contract alerts and renewals. Execute the contract administration documents and tasks to support vendor contracts throughout the contract lifecycle. Work together with the Purchasing team (operational procurement) to assist the procurement (Tactical and Strategic) team. Maintain strong relationships with internal stakeholders and work with them to identify opportunities and process actions to improve cost, quality, safety, and other key business deliverables. Support Regional sourcing and contracting activities in line with agreed sourcing strategies, with a particular focus on Contractors (Panels). Support implementation and compliance of regional contractor panels, and champion contractor management best practice within the region. Maintain all administration around contract management and reporting. Ensure the necessary contract and supplier performance management activities are undertaken and executed in a timely manner. Key skills and experience Qualifications in Business Commerce, Procurement, Law or Supply Chain or similar. Training andor experience in Business Administration. Experience utilising Microsoft Office and Google applications. Understanding of contract administration and management. Strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise complex competing deadlines. An attractive remuneration package commensurate with the skills and experience required for a role of this importance will be negotiated with the successful candidate. If you are interested in this opportunity please press Apply or visit httpcareers.boral.com.au Boral values and is committed to creating a diverse working environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All suitable applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age. Boral is an international building products and construction materials group with three strong divisions the high-performing, well-positioned materials business of Boral Australia the fast-growing, 50-owned USG Boral interior linings joint venture in Asia, Australia and the Middle East and Boral North America, a scaled and growing building products and fly ash business. With its headquarters in Sydney, Australia, Boral had approximately 16,500 full-time equivalent employees (including in JVs) working across over 700 operating sites in 17 countries as at 30 June 2017.
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Join Bayer for a better life Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the Life Science fields of health care and agriculture. Its products and services are designed to benefit people and improve their quality of life. At Bayer you have the opportunity to be part of a culture where we value the passion of our employees to innovate and give them the power to change. As an employer of choice, Bayer will provide you Competitive salary package and benefits Opportunities for ongoing learning and career development. This is a great opportunity for an experienced and highly proficient Administrator to join our great team 2 days a week on a permanent basis . Reporting to the Head of Commercial Operations Animal Health, the main purpose of this role is to provide support to the wider animal health team across various administrative functions. Role and Responsibilities Your responsibilities will include but are not limited the following Assist in the buying process with timely and efficient processing of SRM shopping carts, new vendor application forms and resolving invoice processing issues Ensures Purchase Orders are tracked for timely deliveries, reviewed and closed-off regularly Facilitation of the approval process of invoices in the internal systems (YourDocs) Procurement-Card payments as required Liaising with procurement to resolve any issues arising from PO and Invoice requests Provide general and ad hoc administrative support What you need We are looking for an energetic, friendly and organised Administrator who is proactive and proficient in their approach to work Excellent attention to detail Customer centric Strong communication skills Proficiency in MS Office Advanced SAP systems knowledge is advantageous Proactive and demonstrating high level of initiative Self-motivated Highly organised and effective time management skills Your application Bayer offers a wide variety of competitive compensation and benefits programs. If you meet the requirements of this unique opportunity, and you have the Passion to innovate and the Power to Change, we encourage you to apply now. For any questions regarding this or any other roles then, please contact Sonal Plush at the Bayer Talent Acquisition team on 0417 993 530 PASSION TO INNOVATE POWER TO CHANGE
Sydney NSW 2073, Australia
About Us Ever wondered what it is like to empower 800,000 homes and businesses in regional and remote NSW? To engage 2,900+ employees across 100 regional offices and depots? Essential Energy does just that. By recruiting passionate, motivated and exceptional people, we can operate and maintain one of Australia™s largest distribution networks while delivering safe and reliable electricity to our customers. We currently have an opportunity for Network Equipment Contracts Coordinator to join the Asset Management Division in Port Macquarie. The Role As a Network Equipment Contract Coordinator you will be responsible for operationally managing the process associated with network equipment contracts as performed by the Asset Management division. This includes pre and post market activities analysis, pre-market intelligence gathering, contract life management, supplier performance reviews and remediation activities. You role will provide support to the Asset Owner in the implementation and optimisation of technical and commercial initiatives, materials management, and quality assurance issues. Also you will ensure governance, information integrity and compliance to Essential Energy policies and procedures relating to contracts across Asset Engineering. The Person You will have similar experience in a similar role in the construction, EnergyElectrical or Utilities industry Network Equipment Contract Coordinator, with a strong focus on commercial contract management. You will have a good understanding of technical matters, commercial considerations and risk management principles. Strong negotiation skills, ability to problem solve along with capacity to meet project objectives within designated constraints is essential for the role. Ability to build and maintain networking partnerships with both internal and external stakeholders will ensure key success in the role. You will also have knowledge in industry, regulatory and statutory acts, standards, probity policies and guidelines. Skills Required Excellent verbal and written communication skills including presentation and business writing skills with strategy and concept formulation Robust skills in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Project and Visio Demonstrated research and analytical skills with professional capability in the development of documentation and reports for senior management approval Proven and effective stakeholder and relationship management skills and an ability to communicate clearly and convincingly. Influencing outcomes with internal and external stakeholders Proven ability and experience in leading contract dispute resolution forums for areas of disagreement Ability to coordinate and prioritise tasks to meet deadlines to allow effective organisation, management and implementation of large, complex and varying workloads and initiatives delivering continuous business improvement Results-driven achiever with exemplary planning and Organisational skills, along with a high degree of detail orientation Qualifications Advanced Diploma of Government (Procurement and Contracting), or Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering or demonstrated capability through past employment experience andor relevant qualifications. Drivers Licence For more information on the role, please contact Wayne Johnson Tel 02 6588 6784 The Closing date for applications is 24 October 2018 Inclusion isn™t just a policy at Essential Energy. It™s woven in to the very fabric of how we do business. So, if you are as unique as we are, get in touch with us today.
Port Macquarie NSW 2444, Australia
Act as the central point of contact for the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Assist the Portfolio Strategy Manager with reporting, finance and student matters Full-time, continuing position located at our MacKillop Campus in North Sydney Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across eight campuses “ Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield and Rome. As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACUs mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them. The Students, Learning and Teaching portfolio is responsible for strategy and programs in the University that centre on students, learning and teaching and the staff responsible for program and service delivery. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students, Learning and Teaching), supports the Vice-Chancellor in providing leadership to a range of programs including First Peoples and Equity Pathways, Libraries, the Learning and Teaching Centre, the Office of Student Success, as well as Student Engagement and Services. As the Executive Officer, you will act as the first point of contact for the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students, Learning and Teaching) and demonstrate professionalism in a busy environment where competing demands will draw on your organisational strengths. The Executive Officer facilitates and maintains positive, professional working relationships and will need to be adept at exercising discretion and maintaining confidentiality appropriately. More specifically the role entails diary, email and travel management, including arranging hospitality when required identifying issues and exercising judgement to refer complex matters processing invoices and reconciling expenditure high level organisational capacity and the ability to prepare meeting papers and visually appealing presentations and reports. You will need relevant tertiary qualifications or proven experience providing high level administrative support to senior management in a complexnational organisation highly developed communication and interpersonal skills to engage a wide range of stakeholders evidence of ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University demonstrated ability to draft and proof documentation. The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement. How to Apply Obtain the Position Description here Executive Officer ODVCSLT PDFINAL 08.10.18.pdf. Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. To apply for this role click the Apply link below. Visit Hints and Tips on how to apply. Total remuneration valued to 78,228 - 91,409 pa, including salary component 77,242 - 83,004 pa (HEW Level 6), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. General enquiries can be sent to Danielle Thomson, Portfolio Strategy Manager, (02) 9465 9277 link removed Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position. Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is University policy. For more details visit www.acu.edu.aucareers ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged. Applications Close 23 October 2018 at 1155pm
Sydney NSW 2060, Australia
OMD Melbourne is looking for an Executive Assistant to come and join our high performing and award-winning company. This role is responsible for supporting the Melbourne Managing Director as well as the local Executive Leadership Team. As an Executive Assistant, you must have experience working in a similar role in a busy and fast paced environment. You must have excellent diary management, calendar scheduling and computer skills including Outlook, PowerPoint. We work with some of the biggest and most prominent brands in Australia and this role will see you liaising with senior executives from those organisations too. Were a fun and supportive environment and are renowned for our vibrant and enjoyable culture, placing 6th in the Best Places to Work 2018 and making the top 50 Best Places to Work for 10 consecutive years. Its important that this key role in the agency helps nurture that. Responsibilities Providing high level EA support to the Managing Director and Executive Leadership Team in Melbourne Extensive diary management with the ability to prioritise and plan busy schedules, attend to conflicting appointmentsissues, pre-empt needs and ensuring information and background for all meetings is collated well in advance of meetings Work closely with the Executive Assistants across the network to ensure open communication and alignment across the National offices Liaison with client and media partner Executive Assistants to arrange meetings and events All aspects of travel coordination for the Managing Director (domestic, international, visas, car transfers) Organising corporate events such as client and charity dinners Processing expenses for the Managing Director Taking minutes of Management Meetings and preparing for distribution Set up and coordination of Quarterly Business Review presentations for the Melbourne team, including presentation preparation Assist Marketing team with event execution where required Adhoc duties including personal errands for Managing Director and Executive Leadership Team Background Minimum of 5 years Executive Assistant or high-level Administration experience working directly with senior management (e.g. Managing DirectorPartner, C-Suite) Previous experience in the media industry will be highly regarded Advanced in the Microsoft Office suite of programs Strong problem-solving skills with impeccable multi-tasking abilities Strong accuracy and attention to detail Ability to keep calm under pressure and meet deadlines Excellent written and verbal communication skills Professional discretion Exceptional interpersonal skills
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Dept of Local Govt, Racing Multicultural Affairs Brisbane CBD Permanent full time Salary in the range of 93,895 to 100,287 per annum excluding superannuation Opportunity to be part of a new, independent statutory authority Generous salary including 12.75 employer superannuation contributions The Office of the Independent Assessor has been established to improve accountability, integrity and transparency of local governments in Queensland by providing impartial assessment and investigation of all complaints about the conduct of councillors. The office is an independent statutory authority that will provide a simpler, more streamlined system for making, investigating and determining complaints about councillor conduct. As the Principal Executive Officer, your primary role is to provide high quality, executive support, advice and recommendations to the Independent Assessor and to ensure the effective and efficient operational management of the financial, human resource and administrative functions of the Office. In return for your commitment you will be well supported and enjoy working closely with one of the department™s senior leaders. If you are someone who can organise and run a high profile and busy office and provide high level and confidential support to a senior executive and are well known for getting things done, then this is the role for you. For further information about this position and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au. Job Ad Reference QLD29092018. Closing Date Tuesday, 23 October 2018
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
Corporate Administrator Suncorp Stadium (OBrien Group Australia) Location Brisbane Venue Suncorp Stadium Status Full Time About the Company For over 25 years, OBrien Group has operated within Australasias premier venues. O™Brien Group Australia is a fully integrated company that owns and operates within major Australian and New Zealand stadiums and arenas. It also holds a significant property portfolio of boutique hotels and key heritage listed hotels. In recent years O™Brien Group has expanded its operations and portfolio to include full scale venue management, ticketing, festivals, licensed clubs, hotels, live entertainment, media and venture capital. Today with over 6,500 employees, 16 million customers served on an annual basis and a host of exciting new ventures, O™Brien Group continues to be an innovative market leader in Australasia. Suncorp Stadium provides Brisbane and south-east Queensland with a 52,500 plus seat capacity, state-of-the art, world-class stadium attracting more than 1.2 million fans annually to rugby, A League, boxing and concerts. The venue has hosted high calibre events from the NRL State of Origin, to Taylor Swift™s ˜1989™ World Tour, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran. About the Role Reporting to the Corporate Manager this is a highly administrative data entry role, utilising a number of systems and requires excellent attention to detail and an outstanding phone manner as liaising with valued clients is crucial. A corporate hospitality background, ideally in a large stadium environment, would be advantageous. About You To be considered for the role you will have extensive practical experience in a similar role, preferably in the hospitality andor food and beverage industry. You will have had experience in a fast paced team working on the day to day tasks but also have the ability to step up to ensure all our larger events are delivered to the highest level. To hit the ground running in this role you will have an excellent can-do attitude and be savvy at picking up new systems. The accurate candidate will also have Extensive data entry experience Proven administrative experience across a wide range of platforms (Microsoft Office Suite, Excel). Previous experience using Ungerboeck (USI) would also be highly desirable Exceptional time management skills, attention to detail and demonstrated initiative Outstanding oral and written communication skills including the ability to work independently and as a member of a team Confidence liaising will all levels of business Excellent presentation Applications close Friday 9th November, 2018 How to Apply If you are interested in this position Complete the information below, as requested (please use an individualised email address as using another persons may effect your application, if you do not have one please follow this link to create a Gmail account link removed), then click Next. Attach a resume. Please note this is a mandatory requirement of the application process.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
CBD location- full time office hours 10 month contract initially-opportunity for growth development 65,000 + superannuation The Opportunity Our client is located in the Sydney CBD, easily accessible by public transport and paid parking available close by. Being a leader in financial services industry, they offer a wide range of products. A fixed term opportunity with an immediate start is on offer for an individual to provide support to the wider Investment team. The contract is for 10 months initially, however will be likely to extend with potential opportunity of becoming a permanent employee. The Responsibility In providing high level administrative support, your responsibilities will be as follows. A full job description will be provided during the interview. Calendar, diary and email management Agenda preparation, minute taking and action item distribution and tracking High volume of travel coordination Preparation of presentations for meetings Expense management, budget monitoring and payment of invoices Managing the database General adhoc duties as requested by the team Liaising with clients over the phone and in person Coordinating with the wider office and admin teams assisting with stock management etc The Expertise To be considered for this position you will be an experienced administrative professional, and have worked as either a Team Assistant in a busy and fast paced office environment. Your organisational skills will be second to none, capable of managing competing priorities and be able to meet deadlines whilst working under pressure. A can-do attitude will go a long way in this role. The team culture is welcoming and friendly, and the organisation is constantly growing. The opportunity could become a permanent one for the right candidate - in which there are further perks provided with the role. The Next Step On offer is an opportunity for personal and professional development and a friendly and supportive environment. If you believe you have the skills required to for this position, I encourage you to apply online with an updated resume Alternatively, please contact Claire Murphy at Assistant Sydney for further information on the role on 0418768549.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Personal Assistant to the Director, Customer Experience is responsible for providing an efficient, organised working environment for our Director, Customer Experience and team, ensuring effective administrative support as necessary, and in cooperation with other Executive and Personal Assistants. You will provide high level professional assistance to the Director, Customer Experience, with the outcome of ensuring an efficient working environment for a team working across multiple states and offices. This position is being offered as a Fixed Term contract. Key areas of responsibility include but are not limited to Professional personal assistance to the Director, Customer Experience Administrative support Preparing presentations, spreadsheets and documents as requested photocopying and filing (electronic and paper- based) materials establishing and maintaining spreadsheets to track various measures supporting the preparation of Board Papers compiling and coding credit card statements in preparation for payment preparing and coding Accounts Payable invoices coordinating service calls for equipment failure maintaining stationery requirements for the team. Support to the Customer Experience team Oranising travel requirements for the Director, Customer Experience and or team acting as the team™s œexpert on software packages (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) coordinating team events, organising meetings and teleconferences including agendas, minute preparation and distribution. You will behave- Proven secretarial experience supporting a senior managerteam Well developed organisational skills with the ability to prioritise work effectively Proven ability to meet strict deadlines in an organised manner Proven problem identification and resolution skills Interest and working knowledge of the groupdivision and organisation Strong customer service focus Excellent presentation and interpersonal skills Proven ability to use initiative Confidence in liaising with people at all levels Ability to prepareassemble ˜draft™ presentations based on ˜raw materials™ Join us Bupa believes in hiring the best talent in the market. We are known for our vibrant, high performing and incredibly rewarding workplace, and we take pride in creating exceptional and meaningful work experiences, encouraging innovation, delivering award winning benefits to our employees and being involved with our communities. Bupa has everything “ growth, passion, results and a caring supportive culture that surround a burning ambition and purpose that is the best in the world. Our people reflect the diversity of our community. At Bupa, your wellbeing, identity and own story is respected and valued. Find the purpose in your career
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Utilise your talents as a customer service orientated receptionist in an established, well respected and market leading premium Real Estate Agency. In this client facing role, you will ideally be immaculately presented with a warm, friendly and professional can do attitude. Skills, Experience Responsibilities Provide a high level of customer service to our valued clients High level of computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office Outstanding polished and professional communication skill Supporting a team of real estate professionals Demonstrates initiative and a can do attitude with a smile Works well as part of a team and will promote good team spirit Benefits Monday to Friday Enjoy working within a busy, dynamic and rewarding environment Work within a team of three front office professionals Provides opportunities to advance your career You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job. Please note only short listed candidates meeting the required criteria will be contacted. A Note to Recruiters We have this role in hand, there is no need to approach us. We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes and Marshall White is not responsible for fees from unsolicited resumes.
Hawthorn, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia
Permanent part time Located at our Gregory Hills Clinic Good variety of tasks Opportunity to make a difference in peoples lives Our Company AudioClinic is part of a global organisation headed by a parent company based in Denmark, specialising in hearing health. At AudioClinic we add value to the lives of the hearing impaired and their families everyday. Our Culture We are proud to say at AudioClinic that our culture is shaped by a shared belief, that the restoration of good hearing will change lives We see ourselves as motivated, respectful, genuine and caring individuals. What drives every aspect of our team is focusing on our purpose of giving our clients the chance to live life to the fullest by restoring the joys of hearing. As a team we say that life is great when you are rewarded for doing something that matters. The Role AudioClinic has a permanent part time opportunity for a Customer Service Officer based at our Gregory Hills Clinic. Generally you will be rostered 2 full days per week across Mon - Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm. We also require you to be available to be called in at short notice to cover sick leave and to assist at other clinics if required. We also require you to be flexible to work additional days including upto fulltime hours to cover annualspecial leave requirements. You will work closely with our hearing impaired clients to provide them with the best possible service. Working alongside our hearing consultants you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our clients. Main duties responsibilities Main reception duties, greeting our customers and dealing with general enquiries General administration tasks Maintain electronic and manual files Booking appointments Maintaining our database Minor hearing aid repairs (training provided) To be considered for this role you will need to possess the following Excellent communication skills both face to face and via the phone Strong attention to detail Ability to deal with people at all levels Positive attitude Patience and compassion Sound knowledge of MS office products Well presented Flexible approach Ability to be called in at short notice when required Ability to assist at other clinics Ability to work additional days when required to cover annualspecial leave Please note Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
Rossmore Cres, Rossmore NSW 2557, Australia
Some people love Groupon so much they bleed green. Were cool with that. It™s the people here at Groupon ANZ who make it such an awesome place to work we™re a fast-paced, high-performing environment with our Groupies strongly living by the motto œwork hard, play hard. Every day at Groupon, we celebrate our success with weekly Friday night drinks, Personal Best achievements, and, of course, the important things like œInternational Donut Day, œNutella Day, and œPopcorn Day,.... just to name a few. Based in our Sydney HQ, our Office Manager is a pivotal position to ensure the smooth running of our offices on a daily basis. You will be the go to person for the local, leadership and remote teams whilst also being the Groupon brand ambassador at all times. As a key person in the business you will manage the day to day office, while providing executive assistance to our CEO (ANZ and Japan) and Leadership teams. You are also the creative behind the fun the culture There are no limits - just keep everyone engaged and aligned with our values and quirky and fun nature of Groupon. As a fast paced and growing company we™re looking for a vibrant and energetic personality who will make life less boring for our Groupies across ANZ. You™ll possess a high level of integrity whilst always offering support and embracing additional projects to continue to make Groupon a Great Place to work Responsibilities (included but not limited to) General office support and ensuring the maintenance operational readiness of office facilities (including kitchen supplies, catering, couriers, printers etc) Providing Executive Assistant support to the CEO, calendar, meetings, travel and ad hoc tasks Diary management of senior staff meetings office meeting room calendars Booking travel and accommodation arrangements for staff across ANZ APAC Ideation and management of topical, quirky, fun and engaging internal social sports, events and volunteering Finance assistance, creating purchase orders, vendor creation, CEO expenses Office Refurb Management OHS Assistant Central point of contact for all offices ANZ wide Were excited if you have Previous experience as an Office Manager in a fast paced environment, ideally >100 employees Strong organisational skills, including time management and prioritisation Strong MS Word skills, including Outlook Word Excel and PowerPoint Excellent relationship building and influencing skills at all levels A confident communicator with a proactive and positive ˜roll up your sleeves™ attitude High level of integrity dealing with confidential information An outgoing personality and a great sense of humour Whats in it for you? Experience working for one of the fastest growing ecommerce companies in the world with unparalleled career opportunities Free Groupon credits and staff discounts (on top of discounts) on deals Birthday Leave Volunteering Community Days off to support your favourite cause Weekly Friday night drinks recognition awards Work in our awesome break-out areas, a relaxed and fun culture - and we tend to dress that way too Quarterly and monthly team events, incentives and much, much more Interested? We™d love to hear from you Weve felt this for a long time, but now we know its official - Groupon ANZ has recently been accredited as a Great Place to Work Visit our People Blog httpspeople.groupon.comaustralia-new-zealand to learn what its like to work at Groupon from the people who matter most our Groupies
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Permanent part time Located at our Liverpool Clinic Good variety of tasks Opportunity to make a difference in peoples lives Our Company AudioClinic is part of a global organisation headed by a parent company based in Denmark, specialising in hearing health. At AudioClinic we add value to the lives of the hearing impaired and their families everyday. Our Culture We are proud to say at AudioClinic that our culture is shaped by a shared belief, that the restoration of good hearing will change lives We see ourselves as motivated, respectful, genuine and caring individuals. What drives every aspect of our team is focusing on our purpose of giving our clients the chance to live life to the fullest by restoring the joys of hearing. As a team we say that life is great when you are rewarded for doing something that matters. The Role AudioClinic has a permanent part time opportunity for a Customer Service Officer based at our Liverpool Clinic. Generally you will be rostered 3 full days per week across Mon - Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm. We also require you to be available to be called in at short notice to cover sick leave and to assist at other clinics if required. We also require you to be flexible to work additional days including upto fulltime hours to cover annualspecial leave requirements. You will work closely with our hearing impaired clients to provide them with the best possible service. Working alongside our hearing consultants you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our clients. Main duties responsibilities Main reception duties, greeting our customers and dealing with general enquiries General administration tasks Maintain electronic and manual files Booking appointments Maintaining our database Minor hearing aid repairs (training provided) To be considered for this role you will need to possess the following Excellent communication skills both face to face and via the phone Strong attention to detail Ability to deal with people at all levels Positive attitude Patience and compassion Sound knowledge of MS office products Well presented Flexible approach Ability to be called in at short notice when required Ability to assist at other clinics Ability to work additional days when required to cover annualspecial leave Please note Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview
Westfield Liverpool, Northumberland St, Liverpool NSW 2170, Australia
Ricoh imagines what the future could bring, and embraces change driven by imaginative thinking. As a truly global technology provider, we believe in improving work life through creativity, collaboration and seamless technology to empower digital workplaces. Role Responsibilities Our Order Fulfilment Specialists are responsible for capturing, assessing and quoting Order Fulfilment services (relocation and recollection of Ricoh print devices) for existing Ricoh customers. Work with the account managercustomer to capture requirements of the requests. Conduct an assessment on the state of the customer account, contracts, billing, arrears and payouts and work with all relevant back-office business units to understand Ricoh requirements to ensure the customer requirements can be met. Obtain all the necessary information and validate its accuracy. Obtain all internal and supplier costs as required and present a quote to the customer. Follow-up the customer and manage the opportunity in a professional manner. Obtain the necessary sales documents and develop an implementation schedule in relation to order fulfilment. Follow the approved policy, process, systems and procedures to progress the order and schedule all the necessary logistics and technical services. Track the progress of the order, and keep all necessary stakeholders informed of progress. Respond in a timely manner to customer queries. Identify, respond and resolve incidents which arise during the process. Candidate Criteria Relevant experience in an enterprise environment working to quote and schedule multiple resources to an agreed timeline. Strong customer service skills, a positive attitude, and great communication skills. Strong clerical or record keeping experience. Strong Excel Skills. A working knowledge of project management and Order Processing Relevant graduate degree or at least 2 years of administration experience
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Harvey Norman Commercial Project Division is a leading supplier to the Victorian building, plumbing and development sectors. Our offer is unique to the market as we can provide our clients with a full product solution. We offer the biggest brands, the widest range of products and the best prices to our clients who depend on us to provide exceptional service. As we are rapidly expanding in the Victorian market, we are looking for a superstar with passion and drive to provide exceptional, industry-leading customer service. The position Reporting to the Sales Manager, the role is for a Full Time Customer ServiceSales Support Officer to join our high performing, close-knit and friendly team. This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to be able to bring their strong sales administration skills to assist with the operational requirements of the business. The ideal candidate will Display a proven and extensive track record in customer service, sales support and administration Work well under pressure and thrive in a fast paced environment Be highly motivated, organised and experienced at managing multiple priorities Have strong attention to detail Exhibit a can-do attitude and be willing to go the extra mile to deliver exceptional service Possess exceptional phone manner Demonstrate a high level in written communication skills Have a professional outlook and the ability to develop strong rapport with internal and external stakeholders Possess intermediate Microsoft Office skills Your responsibilities will primarily be to ensure that our Account Managers are well supported with administrative tasks, projects are managed appropriately and our customers receive the best customer service possible. More particularly, responsibilities will include Providing ongoing sales support to all Account Managers Managing the supply of stock to various size projects from start to finish Liaising with construction project managers, site supervisors and various trades Timely and accurate processing of sales orders and purchase orders Managing and coordinating deliveries to our clients, ensuring their requirements are met Regular follow up and maintenance of stock levels Maintaining general spreadsheets and delivery reconciliations Answering customersupplier queries General logistics duties i.e. arranging couriers and liaising with shipping companies Working closely with other departments Attending to normal day to day duties that are typical in an office environment The role is based in Port Melbourne If this role is for you, then please apply for consideration now.
Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia
Spotless Group, is one of Australia™s largest providers of meter installations, energy and water efficiency services. Formed in 2000, Utility Asset Management (UAM) is a subsidiary of the SPOTLESS group, and has grown its business on reputation by delivering safe and high-quality services. UAM is one of Australia™s leading provider of diversified services to utility and energy organisations, government departments, councils and major companies, we have offices across Australia, operating our services through accredited policies and procedures (ASNZ 4801 OHS Management System, IS09001 Quality Management Systems, ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems). The Utility Asset Services Group (UASG) is committed to the health and safety of our people, and protecting the environment is another high priority and critical to our success. Our excellent safety record demonstrates the success of our safety management systems and the implementation and commitment of our people. UAM operates with the knowledge that we must continually challenge and improve our safety performance to ensure our people, our customers and the public are kept safe. Find out more at httpuasg.com.au The Role An opportunity currently exists for a reliable and self-motivated Scheduler to join our team based in Toowoomba on a full-time basis. The role supports the Operations Manager in delivering the Asset Inspection and Maintenance Services in Southern Queensland on the Ergon Energy distribution network by the efficient scheduling of available resources to effectively complete the inspection and maintenance programs. You will be responsible for but not limited to Supporting a safety culture to ensure a safe working environment is provided to staff, and that occupational health and safety standards are upheld Manage scheduled work to comply with the program supplied by the client Manage operational issues to ensure downtime is kept to a minimum Creation and distribution of work packages and communicating targets for each month Monitor Inspector progress against monthly targets and report daily Assist with Quality investigations Desired skills and knowledge Demonstrated administration and reporting experience and capability, including the ability to achieve objectives within tight timeframes, and actively engage stakeholders Demonstrable competence in Microsoft Office suite of programs “ Intermediate level Ability to work by direction as well as autonomously on your own initiative and be self-motivated and driven Excellent correspondence management skills and proven capacity to co-ordinate tasks, determine priorities, monitor workflows and operate effectively as a member in a team environment Well-developed communication skills to liaise with internal and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to research issues and prepare professional correspondence Adaptable, focused and efficient, escalates issues where necessary in a timely manner Spotless group has a long and proud history as a market leader in our industry and we inspire a culture of opportunity and exceeding expectations. Should this position be of interest to you please apply now POLICE AND MEDICAL CHECKS APPLY Spotless is an equal opportunity employer and encourages Indigenous Australians to apply.
Blue Mountain Heights QLD 4350, Australia
Our Company At Ricoh, we understand that being first to market also means being first in quality, reliability and performance. This is what makes us a leader in our industry. We do this by working with our clients to create innovative, unique and tailored environmentally friendly sustainable solutions and services that truly deliver business efficiencies and simplify the life and work of our customers. We are dedicated to environmental management, and our strong community focus and culture of volunteering to society are an integral way of life at Ricoh. We could not enjoy our success without our passionate and committed employees and we want you to join us as we strive for continued excellence in all that we do. Roles Responsibilities Orchestrating the fulfillment of logistics and technical services for the implementation of Ricoh products and services nationally. Work with internal and external stakeholders to obtain all of the necessary information and validate its accuracy Use your strong scheduling skills to schedule all the necessary logistics and technical services and activities required to successfully fulfil all the orders in the quote Demonstrate sound planning, commitment to meet agreed timelines, proactive resolution of incidents, the management of scheduling changes, and communication of problems in a professional manner Understand the importance and impact of data integrity and ensuring data quality prior to commencement of implementation. Provide key stakeholders the knowledge to understand Ricohs Order Fulfilment process with the aim to encourage self-service Demonstrate strong customer service skills that delight our customers by showing Ricoh is Customer Centric, Easy to Deal With and Meeting their Needs Escalate problems to line management, working to support problem response and resolution Be part of a National Team, supporting the entire Order Fulfilment function Work with internal stakeholders to meet the forecasts and to ensure accurate billing is commenced with the customer Ensure all records are kept up to date with clear, concise communication and notation. Candidate Criteria At least 2 years™ relevant experience in an enterprise environment working to schedule multiple resources to an agreed timeline. Strong customer service skills, a positive attitude, and great communication skills. Ideally you will have defined experience in Order Fulfilment Coordination within a similar environment. Strong MS Office Skills, in particular Excel. Ability to meet tight deadlines. Benefits To You At Ricoh, we take pride in giving back for your contribution to our success. We offer a range of benefits including Access to LinkedIn Learning for all our employees Discounts for Bupas corporate memberships Reward and Recognition Programs Income Protection Wellness Program Novated leasing
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Employment Type Permanent Full Time Position Classification Health Mgr Lvl 1 Remuneration 72,591 - 97,649 per annum (excluding 9.5 superannuation) Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ71607 Where you™ll be working eHealth NSW is responsible for the delivery of digital solutions for clinical care and business services, supported by smart infrastructure, providing a digitally enabled and integrated health system that delivers quality patient-centred health experiences to the people of NSW. We help provide smarter, safer and better ways of delivering healthcare, enabling clinicians to access information digitally regardless of where in NSW a patient lives or presents for treatment. For more information please visit www.ehealth.nsw.gov.au What youll be doing The Program Coordinator oversees the provision of program and executive assistant support services to the Service Transitions program to facilitate the delivery of program operations to agreed standards. eHealth NSW values diversity. If you are a person with disability and require information or specific arrangements to participate in the recruitment process, please contact the Disability Employment Leader by email HSNSW-DisabilityEmploymenthealth.nsw.gov.au If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and would like some more information about applying for a role within eHealth NSW, please contact one of our Aboriginal Workforce Consultants on 1800 004 546 or by email aboriginalcareershealth.nsw.gov.au You may be asked to complete psychometric assessment (e.g. a personality and cognitive abilities assessments) in the recruitment process for this position. Selection Criteria Demonstrated experience in providing high level executive support to an executive level role, with a record of performance in achieving business goals and working with a customer focused approach. Highly-developed inter-personal skills with an ability to interact with people at all levels including executives, customers, service providers and staff and to build, maintain and use relationships to achieve goals. High level ethics and a demonstrated ability to always maintain superior standards of professional conduct, including a demonstrated capacity to exercise discretion in handling confidential and sensitive information. Demonstrated organisational skills and experience working in a high volume and demanding professional environment with a capacity to prioritise, multi-task, cope under pressure, and always achieve business goals. Excellent written and numerical skills with an ability to accurately prepare, and critically review, any written document including correspondence, briefs, reports, presentations and submissions. Proven effectiveness as a team player including a flexible self-motivated approach to work, an ability to accept responsibility and take initiative, and a capacity to participate in a team. Experience working within a government department, preferably with a health focus, and or knowledge and understanding of public sector process and structures, and experience ensuring compliance with established organisation policies and procedures. Demonstrated superior proficiency in the use of relevant office software systems and processes including as a minimum MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, MS Project and SharePoint. Oracle and Visio an advantage. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Richard Davies on Richard.Davies2health.nsw.gov.au Applications Close Sunday 21 October 2018
Chatswood, Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia
250pd + super 12 Month Contract Great CBD location, close to transport Further your career within Financial Services This successful financial services company is looking for an addition to their Asset Management team. Working for such a high profile team is sure to look good on your CV and who knows where it could lead This fantastic opportunity could be yours If you are an experienced Team or Personal Assistant who has the necessary skills then read on¦ The role provides support to Portfolio Managers and Analysts. As a team player you will be used to working to the demands of several key players and knowing how to prioritise. Not only will you be responsible for day to day admin, diary management, travel, conferences and supporting the team as required, but also assisting with last minute PowerPoint presentations and going above and beyond. You will be able to multi task and love being organised. Great attention to detail is a must. With a background in Financial Services you will already be familiar with financial terminology and be able to use your own initiative. Your excellent communication skills will see you succeed in this role. Being a whizz at Microsoft office you will be able to assist with everything from simple Word documents to complex PowerPoint presentations. You will also need to access databases to retrieve financial information so you can™t be afraid of numbers. Your commitment and enthusiasm to the role will be rewarded with a great salary and working for a top Financial Services Company. Previous experience in a financial environment, especially Asset Management, is desirable. Sound like the perfect role? Apply today
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
The primary focus of the role is to provide exceptional service to customers over the phone, accurately inputting orders taken, invoicing, and ensuring that accurate information is also entered into the system. Your duties will include Entering daily customer orders and answering any enquiries Data entry to input orders, document creation, creatingupdating client files Invoicing Liaising with the warehouse team regarding stock counts, orders and picking slips Liaising with head office daily We are seeking a real team player that meets the following criteria Good administrative skills with a focus on accuracy, High level of speed and accuracy in data entry A good telephone manner, positive attitude and team focused personality Professional written and verbal communication skills to interact with customers and staff Problem solving skills Very good organisational and time management skills to meet deadlines To apply email a covering letter outlining your suitability to this role and a current resume to jobsglobalfw.com.au We appreciate the efforts of all Applicants, however due to the large number of resumes received only those shortlisted will be contacted.
Dumbleton QLD 4740, Australia