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Production Administrator Assistant

We are a globally diversified mining and metals company with operations in Australia, South Africa and South America. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, securities for South32 trade on three exchanges, the Australian Securities exchange (ASX), Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and London Stock Exchange (LSE). Our purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people™s lives now and for generations to come. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our determination to be a best-in-class operator. We aspire to be an inclusive organisation, where our workforce reflects the broader demographic of the countries and communities where we operate. The Opportunity “ Production Administrator Assistant Based on the Dendrobium site, the Production Administrator Assistant is to assist and support the area manager and team in the control and coordination of operational and compliance activities. The role is responsible for driving efficient and effective administration of the function. Key Accountabilities include Maintain office equipment including photocopiers, facsimile machine, binding and laminating equipment. Monitor and maintain levels of stock, including consumable items and office stationery. Review and develop office administration systems and procedures to meet changing demands, ensuring strategies are identified and developed in consultation with staff. Financial responsibilities include raisingmanagement of requisitionsorders HSE responsibilities including data entry into the safety management systems, including field leadership and event reporting compliance Act as a liaison with suppliers and financial services, management of vendors, obtaining quotes for supply of goods and services, assistance with validation of invoices Provision of support for the management of the Mine site and administrative support for relevant department. Maintain reporting data and records in accordance with Document Management protocols to ensure accurate and compliant reporting Produce documentation for distribution to the wider site and stakeholders. Effectively collaborate with internal stakeholders. Conference, meeting and diary coordination as delegated Manage and triage Main line enquiries Coordinate and manage department staff travel Review and assist with company correspondence, minutes and reports About You The ideal candidate will be interested in working for an organisation that embraces the diversity each person brings to the workplace. Our values of Care, Trust, Togetherness and Excellence will guide your decision making and interactions, while supporting you in generating courageous solutions. In addition, you will have Tertiary Qualifications in Business Administration or related field Ability to effectively communicate and influence across various levels of the business. Proven ability to work independently or cohesively in a team environment Ability to manage highly sensitive information Ability to show initiative and make factual based decisions Effective organisational and time management skills We would welcome applications from those who can demonstrate A good work ethic, with motivation to work in challenging situations A drive to exceed expectations and to constantly push for results Acts in line with the South32 values of Care, Trust, Togetherness Excellence. What We Offer You Offered as a permanent opportunity, you will benefit from a rewarding career path in a company that embraces diversity and collaboration. We offer an attractive remuneration package including performance-based bonus and participation in the Employee Share Plan. Location Illawarra Coal operations are located in the southern coalfields of New South Wales, near the city of Wollongong and approximately 75 kilometres south and southwest of Sydney. South32 embraces diversity and encourages applications from people of all backgrounds.

location West Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia


Production Administrator Assistant

We are a globally diversified mining and metals company with operations in Australia, South Africa and South America. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, securities for South32 trade on three exchanges, the Australian Securities exchange (ASX), Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and London Stock Exchange (LSE). Our purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people™s lives now and for generations to come. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our determination to be a best-in-class operator. We aspire to be an inclusive organisation, where our workforce reflects the broader demographic of the countries and communities where we operate. The Opportunity “ Production Administration Assistant Based at our Appin site, the Production Administration Assistant is to assist and support the area manager and team in the control and coordination of operational and compliance activities. The role is responsible for driving efficient and effective administration of the function. Key Accountabilities include Maintain office equipment including photocopiers, facsimile machine, binding and laminating equipment. Monitor and maintain levels of stock, including consumable items and office stationery. Review and develop office administration systems and procedures to meet changing demands, ensuring strategies are identified and developed in consultation with staff. Financial responsibilities include raisingmanagement of requisitionsorders HSE responsibilities including data entry into the safety management systems, including field leadership and event reporting compliance Act as a liaison with suppliers and financial services, management of vendors, obtaining quotes for supply of goods and services, assistance with validation of invoices Provision of support for the management of the Mine site and administrative support for relevant department. Maintain reporting data and records in accordance with Document Management protocols to ensure accurate and compliant reporting Produce documentation for distribution to the wider site and stakeholders. Effectively collaborate with internal stakeholders. Conference, meeting and diary coordination as delegated Manage and triage Main line enquiries Coordinate and manage department staff travel Review and assist with company correspondence, minutes and reports About You The ideal candidate will be interested in working for an organisation that embraces the diversity each person brings to the workplace. Our values of Care, Trust, Togetherness and Excellence will guide your decision making and interactions, while supporting you in generating courageous solutions. In addition, you will have Tertiary Qualifications in Business Administration or related field Ability to effectively communicate and influence across various levels of the business. Proven ability to work independently or cohesively in a team environment Ability to manage highly sensitive information Ability to show initiative and make factual based decisions Effective organisational and time management skills We would welcome applications from those who can demonstrate A good work ethic, with motivation to work in challenging situations A drive to exceed expectations and to constantly push for results Acts in line with the South32 values of Care, Trust, Togetherness Excellence. What We Offer You Offered as a permanent opportunity, you will benefit from a rewarding career path in a company that embraces diversity and collaboration. We offer an attractive remuneration package including performance-based bonus and participation in the Employee Share Plan. Location Illawarra Coal operations are located in the southern coalfields of New South Wales, near the city of Wollongong and approximately 75 kilometres south and southwest of Sydney. South32 embraces diversity and encourages applications from people of all backgrounds.

location West Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia


School Administration Manager

Permanent opportunity at a reputable private school Global education group with more than 9,000 students across 175 Campuses globally Innovative, visionary and dynamic approach to student learning Agnew School is seeking to appoint an experienced School Administration Manager. This role is permanent, full-time and located at our Head Office situated in Morningside. The Position This role is essential to the efficient and effective administration practices of Agnew School, supporting the organisation at both a local and state level. Duties and responsibilities of this role will include Responsibility for the leadership of the school administrative function Direct administrativeEA support services to the State Principal, Regional Principal, Director of Studies, School Board and other key staff as required Responsibility for the oversight, leadership and management of a small team of School Administrators, based at our various QLD campus locations General clerical duties, reception duties, data entry, record keeping, government reporting and coordination of correspondence including letters and emails A variety of high-level project based initiatives The Person The ideal candidate will be a team player, possess a positive can do attitude and ability to be flexible within a dynamic workplace environment. The successful candidate will have at least three years previous experience in a senior administration role, have had previous experience in managing a team, be highly organized with excellent attention to detail, be a self-starter, possess strong customer service skills and exceptional verbal and written communication skills. The successful candidate will be a subject matter expert on modern and best-practice administration practices, and will be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook, be highly IT savvy and have the ability to be respectful within the Agnew School Ethos. The successful candidate will also be willing and able to travel to our various campus locations on an ad hoc as required basis, and previous experience working in a school environment will be highly valued. Why work at Agnew School? About Agnew School Agnew School is a registered and accredited Non-State School that operates 4 campuses (Brisbane, Nambour, Toowoomba and Maryborough) in Southeast Queensland for years 3-12, and is an affiliation of OneSchool Global. OneSchool Global was established to provide a quality learning environment, including the upholding of Christian principles and beliefs as held by the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church community. OneSchool operates in 21 countries with more than 9,000 students in 175 Campuses globally. In Australia, it operates 33 campuses and 6 satellites throughout Australia, providing quality education services to 2,500 students. OneSchool is renowned for its innovation, and offers a range of learning opportunities that vary by age and classroom size from traditional classrooms, to video conferencing and online resources. This blended learning offers creative opportunities for teachers and students to work collaboratively on personalized learning programmes. Guided by our Learning to Learn Framework, we are committed to self-directed learning in which students set their own goals, whilst being actively supported by their teachers. Our innovative teaching practices are complemented by state-of-the-art specialist learning centres and student and teacher resources. The Benefits We place great importance on being an employer of choice, and value our team as being essential to the schools vision of providing a well-rounded holistic education that develops all students to their optimum potential. As such, we offer competitive remuneration, ongoing professional development and training, career progression opportunities and a safe, caring and supportive work environment. Are you interested? If so, please click apply for this job. Any general enquiries (not job applications) can be directed to Jessica Gregory, HR Operations Partner, via email jessica.gregoryagnewschool.qld.edu.au

location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


Monash Program Coordinator

Alfred Health Alfred Health is a leader in health care delivery, improvement, research and education. We are the main provider of health services to people living in the inner southeast suburbs of Melbourne, from ambulatory, to inpatient and home and community based services. Full-time - 76 hours per fortnight Fixed-term - Until 31st of July 2019 Based at The Alfred Hospital The Monash Program sits within the Finance Division of Alfred Health. It was established in 2014 to support a workforce engaged to undertake research and related activities at AMREP (Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct). Growth of the program now requires a dedicated administrator to manage human resources and logistical operations for the program™s workforce. As Monash Program Coordinator you will be the primary point of contact for supervisors seeking to directly appoint staff or source new talent as well being the credible authority on all matters related to the Program and Alfred Health employment. This administrative role is ideal suited to a practical, hands on individual with plenty of drive and initiative. Experience working in a research environment or human resources would be an advantage. Please direct further enquiries to Gavin Horrigan on 0407 518-370 Applications close at 11 pm on Sunday 29th of July 2018 Applications must be electronically submitted to be considered Alfred Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged. Website www.alfredhealth.org.au

location St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


Client Support Coordinator

At Konekt Employment, we™re passionate about people. We stand by our belief of equal opportunity, we support communities and empower every day Australians. We provide life-changing services that help people find a job or start up their own small business. Konekt Employment is Australia™s largest NEIS provider, a leader within jobactive and now working towards becoming the number one of choice for Disability Employment Services (DES). Collectively assisting more and more people turn their lives around, with a network of more than 80 offices and 420 employees. What you™ll be doing As the Client Support Coordinator, you will be working in our Fremantle office. You will be the face of the office, integral to our customer service delivery and ensuring all the cogs are in place to help the office running smoothly. This role calls for someone who is great with people from all walks of life, loves fast paced environments and has some solid administration skills. Being the face of the company and meeting greeting visitors at the front desk Overseeing diary management for Employment Advisors and assisting the flow of tight schedules Supporting clients in job search activities, including the use of computers and technologies Assisting with queries and concerns from clients, assisting where you can and referring them to employment advisor when necessary Processing petty cash and creating all purchase orders for office Stock management and ordering all stationary and supplies for the office Assisting with general site management including facility maintenance Ad hock general administration duties Is it a good fit? Are you warm, engaging and switched on? Do you have previous experience working as an office manager or receptionist? This could be your opportunity to give something back help others reach their goals and aspirations. A true people person who enjoys building strong connections A resilient and positive person with contagious energy Organised, quick on your feet and are looking for a role with a difference Looking for an organisation that encourages career progression and worklife balance At Konekt Employment, we believe the right career can be life changing. If this sounds like a fulfilling career and want to join a great team, please apply. Inclusion and Diversity To attract a diverse team, we place a premium on creating an inclusive company culture and an environment shaped by excellence and partnerships. We take great pride in creating an ethical, safe, and healthy environment, equal to all. Career Opportunities We encourage our employees to stretch and to challenge. To experience working in different teams and to go beyond their believed capabilities. Committed to worklife balance Konekt Employment remuneration and benefits are fair for all and include rostered days off, yearly salary reviews, professional development leave, discounted health insurance plus more

location Brand Dr, Bentley WA 6102, Australia


Project Administrator

The Lendlease Building, User Experience team are currently searching for a Project Administrator for a 12 Month Contract (Parental Leave cover), to join their Project Administration team based in our Barangaroo Office as part of the User Experience Business Unit. As our name suggests, our focus is on delivering positive user experience - generally within retail environments and commercial workplaces. These built spaces create opportunities for users - customers or staff - to interact with our clients™ businesses and brands. And that™s where the magic happens by transforming our clients™ places, we improve their performance. It™s that simple. We specialise on strategising, designing, building and measuring the experiences behaviors and performance of people and places. As a Project Administrator with Lendlease Building you will support the site based management teams and assist in financial administration across numerous building projects. You will take ownership of Sub-contractor, Consultant, and Supplier progress claims, as well as expertly process, distribute and track, project budgets, cost controls, invoices and monthly payments. You will work with Project Managers and Project Engineers to update project forecasts to prepare for reviews, as well as aid in the completion in project cost reporting. The successful candidate will be preferably experienced in AP with project-based contract and financial administration exposure. You will be a proactive person by nature, with excellent communication and engagement skills, who is comfortable dealing with stakeholders of all levels. When it™s important we deliver. Some projects simply demand it. A focus, a new idea, a finish date, a cost imperative, a level of safety, a way of working, a strategic partner. Or a complete re-think. Lendlease is a diverse, flexible and inclusive employer of choice. We engage, enable and empower our people. Inclusion sets all of us up for success. Please click apply or for further information contact

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Administration & Sales Support

Our client is an very exciting, eco-friendly manufacturer making a difference to the challenge of plastics. We are looking for a energetic, flexible, administrator to take charge of the admin and sales support. It is hands-on role with the flexibility balance home and work duties. Reporting to the Corporate Accountant, your responsibilities includes Taking charge of the online sales platform - this will be about generating reports despatch the goods managing inventory levels and developing social media ideas to support sales. Processing and issuing invoices completion of creditor payments Reconciling receivables and payables. Finding others areas to support a small team. To be successful, you will need the following Experience in working in a corporate admin environment Interest in and a basic understanding of social media platforms. MS Office proficiency String English language skills Energy and flexibility to add value in all admin areas. In return you will be working with a small head office team. A team that is flexible, passionate and excited about the positive difference their products can make to the world. Finally you will be mentored and supported by an excellent and supportive leadership team. Interviews will begin soon- so register your interest now

location Waverley Park Dr, Mulgrave VIC 3170, Australia


Customer Support Officer

Mimosa Homes is committed to producing quality homes tailored to the needs of our customers servicing the North and Western Suburbs of Melbourne. We are currently seeking a Customer Support Officer who is team orientated and has a great Customer focus. Reporting directly to the Building ManagerBusiness Manager, you will be responsible for managing client relationships and satisfaction levels through excellent delivery of service and efficient administration of their build for our clients. The Role Within this role you will be responsible for Managing a portfolio of construction clients Maintaining client contact and providing timely responses to all enquiries Providing Administration support to the Construction Department Following up on finance approvals Confirming and chasing up land title confirmations Ensuring procedures and checklists are established and maintained Ensuring work is processed through workflow Appropriate electronic and hard copy filing for all job files Delivery of exceptional customer service at all times To Be Considered To be considered for this role you will have a minimum of two years experience in a similar role in the Construction Industry combined with the ability to meet customer satisfaction levels and thriving on the ability to exceed expectations. You will ideally be confident in your approach to handling difficult queries, a busy workload and demanding deadlines. You will also have exceptional time management skills, be highly organised, and are a natural thriver under pressure, coupled with excellent communication skills, data entry efficiency and a customer and quality focus. This is To Apply If this sounds like the next step you are looking for in your career, we encourage you to send your Resume and a Cover Letter by clicking Apply Now Only Shortlisted Applicants will be contacted. No Recruitment Agencies.

location Werribee South VIC, Australia


Maintenance Administration Assistant

We are a globally diversified mining and metals company with operations in Australia, South Africa and South America. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, securities for South32 trade on three exchanges, the Australian Securities exchange (ASX), Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and London Stock Exchange (LSE). Our purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people™s lives now and for generations to come. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our determination to be a best-in-class operator. We aspire to be an inclusive organisation, where our workforce reflects the broader demographic of the countries and communities where we operate. The Opportunity “ Maintenance Administration Assistant Based on the Dendrobium site, the Maintenance Administration Assistant is to assist and support the area manager and team in the control and coordination of operational and compliance activities. The role is responsible for driving efficient and effective administration of the function. Key Accountabilities include Maintain office equipment including photocopiers, facsimile machine, binding and laminating equipment. Monitor and maintain levels of stock, including consumable items and office stationery. Review and develop office administration systems and procedures to meet changing demands, ensuring strategies are identified and developed in consultation with staff. Financial responsibilities include raisingmanagement of requisitionsorders HSE responsibilities including data entry into the safety management systems, including field leadership and event reporting compliance Act as a liaison with suppliers and financial services, management of vendors, obtaining quotes for supply of goods and services, assistance with validation of invoices Provision of support for the management of the Mine site and administrative support for relevant department. Maintain reporting data and records in accordance with Document Management protocols to ensure accurate and compliant reporting Produce documentation for distribution to the wider site and stakeholders. Effectively collaborate with internal stakeholders. Conference, meeting and diary coordination as delegated Manage and triage Main line enquiries Coordinate and manage department staff travel Review and assist with company correspondence, minutes and reports About You The ideal candidate will be interested in working for an organisation that embraces the diversity each person brings to the workplace. Our values of Care, Trust, Togetherness and Excellence will guide your decision making and interactions, while supporting you in generating courageous solutions. In addition, you will have Tertiary Qualifications in Business Administration or related field Ability to effectively communicate and influence across various levels of the business. Proven ability to work independently or cohesively in a team environment Ability to manage highly sensitive information Ability to show initiative and make factual based decisions Effective organisational and time management skills We would welcome applications from those who can demonstrate A good work ethic, with motivation to work in challenging situations A drive to exceed expectations and to constantly push for results Acts in line with the South32 values of Care, Trust, Togetherness Excellence. What We Offer You Offered as a permanent opportunity, you will benefit from a rewarding career path in a company that embraces diversity and collaboration. We offer an attractive remuneration package including performance-based bonus and participation in the Employee Share Plan. Location Illawarra Coal operations are located in the southern coalfields of New South Wales, near the city of Wollongong and approximately 75 kilometres south and southwest of Sydney. South32 embraces diversity and encourages applications from people of all backgrounds.

location West Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia


Maintenance Administration Assistant

We are a globally diversified mining and metals company with operations in Australia, South Africa and South America. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, securities for South32 trade on three exchanges, the Australian Securities exchange (ASX), Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and London Stock Exchange (LSE). Our purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people™s lives now and for generations to come. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our determination to be a best-in-class operator. We aspire to be an inclusive organisation, where our workforce reflects the broader demographic of the countries and communities where we operate. The Opportunity “ Maintenance Administration Assistant Based on the Appin site, the Maintenance Administration Assistant is to assist and support the area manager and team in the control and coordination of operational and compliance activities. The role is responsible for driving efficient and effective administration of the function. Key Accountabilities include Maintain office equipment including photocopiers, facsimile machine, binding and laminating equipment. Monitor and maintain levels of stock, including consumable items and office stationery. Review and develop office administration systems and procedures to meet changing demands, ensuring strategies are identified and developed in consultation with staff. Financial responsibilities include raisingmanagement of requisitionsorders HSE responsibilities including data entry into the safety management systems, including field leadership and event reporting compliance Act as a liaison with suppliers and financial services, management of vendors, obtaining quotes for supply of goods and services, assistance with validation of invoices Provision of support for the management of the Mine site and administrative support for relevant department. Maintain reporting data and records in accordance with Document Management protocols to ensure accurate and compliant reporting Produce documentation for distribution to the wider site and stakeholders. Effectively collaborate with internal stakeholders. Conference, meeting and diary coordination as delegated Manage and triage Main line enquiries Coordinate and manage department staff travel Review and assist with company correspondence, minutes and reports About You The ideal candidate will be interested in working for an organisation that embraces the diversity each person brings to the workplace. Our values of Care, Trust, Togetherness and Excellence will guide your decision making and interactions, while supporting you in generating courageous solutions. In addition, you will have Tertiary Qualifications in Business Administration or related field Ability to effectively communicate and influence across various levels of the business. Proven ability to work independently or cohesively in a team environment Ability to manage highly sensitive information Ability to show initiative and make factual based decisions Effective organisational and time management skills We would welcome applications from those who can demonstrate A good work ethic, with motivation to work in challenging situations A drive to exceed expectations and to constantly push for results Acts in line with the South32 values of Care, Trust, Togetherness Excellence. What We Offer You Offered as a permanent opportunity, you will benefit from a rewarding career path in a company that embraces diversity and collaboration. We offer an attractive remuneration package including performance-based bonus and participation in the Employee Share Plan. Location Illawarra Coal operations are located in the southern coalfields of New South Wales, near the city of Wollongong and approximately 75 kilometres south and southwest of Sydney. South32 embraces diversity and encourages applications from people of all backgrounds.

location West Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia


Legal Assistant - Environment & Planning

MinterEllison people aspire to be our clients best partner. Collaboration, innovation and opportunity are the foundation of our workplace environment. We welcome people who want exciting careers in high performing teams. PURPOSE OF THE ROLE A fantastic opportunity exists for an intermediate to senior Legal AssistantEA to support the Environment and Planning team. JOB DESCRIPTION Some of your responsibilities will include Drafting correspondence, document preparation (including the use of precedents) and amendments Arranging meetings Diary management and organisation of authors Answering calls and monitoring emails High volume file management including opening and closing files, electronic and physical filing and scanning Assisting in maintaining client databases Conducting billing, including end of month billing and reporting Digital dictation Reconciliation of corporate AMEX expenses General administrative tasks such as filing and photocopying Other ad hoc duties as required MORE ABOUT YOU To be successful in this role, strong organisational skills are essential as well as a high level of initiative, energy and enthusiasm and the ability to follow through. Ideally, you will also have a minimum of 5 years of experience working in this area of law, and have experience providing legal support in a fast paced, ever changing environment. In addition to this, you will possess the following attributes Previous experience within the legal industry or professional services environment Self-motivated and an ability to work autonomously with minimal direction Ability to work under pressure and manage conflicting priorities A strong client focus and demonstrated ability to form enduring relationships with team members, clients (both internal and external) and industry experts A strong understanding of billing and financial systems and other software applications Advanced Word document skills, including document creation and presentation Exceptional organisational skills and ability to multi-task, prioritise and delegate A high level of accuracy and attention to detail A proactive approach and demonstrated initiative Flexibility to adapt to different task A strong client focus and demonstrated ability to form enduring relationships with peers, industry experts and clients Resilience and a commitment to excellence that matches our own Pride in your work Sense of humour. WHO WE ARE We embrace flexibility and empower all our people to learn, grow and become truly extraordinary. We provide our future leaders with best practice learning and development programs to accelerate and grow their careers. We value diversity in the workplace and care about ensuring you balance your professional goals with your commitments and interests outside of work. We have a wide range of social, financial and health benefits to support your wellbeing. How to apply We prefer to deal with you directly. Please submit your CV for consideration by clicking on the Apply button below. If you would like further information, please contact Marianne Galvez on +61 3 8608 2716 for a highly confidential discussion. Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Compliance Administrator- Dendrobium

We are a globally diversified mining and metals company with operations in Australia, South Africa and South America. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, securities for South32 trade on three exchanges, the Australian Securities exchange (ASX), Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and London Stock Exchange (LSE). Our purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people™s lives now and for generations to come. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our determination to be a best-in-class operator. We aspire to be an inclusive organisation, where our workforce reflects the broader demographic of the countries and communities where we operate. The Opportunity “ Compliance Administrator Reporting to the Mining Engineering Manager, the role of Compliance Administrator is to assist and support the compliance team in the control and coordination of operational and compliance activities. You will be required to have a sound knowledge of NSW Mining Legislation. Key Accountabilities include Managing notices from the Regulator Assisting with formatting of documents Maintain compliance database Updating of Safety Management documents Maintain reporting data and records in accordance with Document Management protocols Effectively collaborate with internal stakeholders across all levels of the business About You The ideal candidate will be interested in working for an organisation that embraces the diversity each person brings to the workplace. Our values of Care, Trust, Togetherness and Excellence will guide your decision making and interactions, while supporting you in generating courageous solutions. In addition, you will have Previous experience in an administrative role Proficient in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel Excellent attention to detail Ability to prioritise work Knowledge of NSW Mining Legislation (highly desirable) We would welcome applications from those who can demonstrate A good work ethic, with motivation to work in challenging situations A drive to exceed expectations and to constantly push for results Acts in line with the South32 values of Care, Trust, Togetherness Excellence. What We Offer You Offered as a permanent opportunity, you will benefit from a rewarding career path in a company that embraces diversity and collaboration. We offer an attractive remuneration package including performance-based bonus and participation in the Employee Share Plan. Location Illawarra Coal operations are located in the southern coalfields of New South Wales, near the city of Wollongong and approximately 75 kilometres south and southwest of Sydney. South32 embraces diversity and encourages applications from people of all backgrounds.

location West Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia


Receptionist

Our team at Kalamunda Toyota offers its employees the opportunity to do things differently, to feel differently and enjoy what they do whilst directly contributing to achieving the companys vision and goals. We are looking for a candidate that is passionate about the motor industry and is willing to go above and beyond to provide our guests with an unbelievable experience and actively contribute to the bringing to life the Toyota brand, the Oh What a Feeling promise The new addition to our team will share in our cultural values of Respect, On Show, Professional, Efficient and Continuous Improvement. Kalamunda Toyota are seeking a Part-Time Receptionist to join our team. Hours available are 8am-5pm Thursday Friday and 8am-1pm Saturdays. Key responsibilities include Meeting greeting customers Telephone management Daily distribution of mail Daily banking duties Licensing of vehicles Maintenance of stationery supplies Assisting the Sales team The successful applicant will demonstrate Must have previous reception experience - Minimum 3 years Excellent administrative skills - essential The ability to work autonomously Strong communication skills verbal written Intermediate to advanced IT skills Problem solving time prioritisation skills The successful candidate will receive the following benefits Competitive remuneration Ongoing training and development with opportunities for career development Discounted health insurance premiums with BUPA and Annual flu shots. If this sounds like the opportunity you are looking for, click Apply Now and send through your resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to our Recruitment Team. Please note Short listing will commence immediately and we reserve the right to close the position without notice. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Unsolicited resumes and contact from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. New Town Toyota is an Equal Opportunity Employer and people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply

location Perth WA 6076, Australia


Customer Service Coordinator

USG Boral Customer Service Centre has an opportunity for a Customer Service Coordinator to join our team and be based at our Pinkenba Office. In this role, you will be working within a high energy team environment where performance, quality and fun are paramount to providing superior customer service and achieving outstanding results. The role Receive telephone orders from USG Boral customers, both new and existing, and enter them into our systems in a precise and agile manner Understand our production capabilities and truck network and negotiate a mutually agreed supply arrangement with the customer and apply the most cost-effective solution Monitor progress of deliveries and provide delivery status information to the customer. Provide product information and build professional relationships with customers The person we are looking for must have Exceptional communication skills (especially telephone manner) to identify and resolve customer issues and capture customer orders with the high accuracy Knowledge of construction materials and industry is highly desirable Enthusiastic customer focused individual Computer savvy (training provided on USG Boral systems) Proven ability to learn and meet the challenges of an ever-changing environment Self-motivated with the ability to work in a team environment Committed to working in a zero harm workplace Car license (no public transport available) In return, we will offer great support, ongoing training and development, the potential for advancement, a competitive salary and a varied and challenging role. Please note, as part of the recruitment process, police checks for security clearance pertaining to specific job requirements will be conducted for successful applicants. About USG Boral Boral and USGs plasterboard and ceilings joint venture, USG Boral Building Products, brings together Borals leading plasterboard manufacturing and distribution footprint in Asia and Australia with USGs world-leading building products technologies and strategic assets in Asia and the Middle East. The 5050 joint venture leverages the two companies iconic brands, complementary geographic footprints and technological expertise to deliver a unique portfolio of building products across 12 countries spanning Asia, Australasia and the Middle East. Apply Now.

location Brisbane Airport (BNE), 11 The Circuit, Brisbane Airport QLD 4008, Australia


Executive Assistant - Part Time

Division People and Culture Location Melbourne CBD, Collins Street Type Permanent, Part Time - 0.6 FTE Job reference 1506 Applications close 22072018 About the Role We are seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to provide high level administrative support to the Executive Director, People and CultureCompany Secretary. The support will relate to administrative and development activities of the People and Culture Division and Company Secretary responsibilities. This role is part time 4 or 5 days per week which can be flexible on daily hours. Responsibilities of the role include Coordinate with other Executive Assistants for diary scheduling of Executive Directors and other stakeholders, and to proactively resolve any diary conflicts Support in the planning and roll-out of People and Culture initiatives as required Liaise with relevant managers on policies, resources and operational issues, working with and supporting the Executive Director Develop and maintain an efficient filing system (hard copy and electronic) Attend Executive and team meetings, prepare agendas in conjunction with the Executive Director and record and distribute minutes Support in Company Secretary matters including collation of information for annual reporting requirements Provide support in the documentation of legislative compliance arrangements Coordinate the preparation of the bi-monthly People and Culture Division report for the Board Liaise with relevant Yooralla managers to process and draft relevant documentation for government, the Yooralla Board, Senior Management team and other relevant stakeholders Support the Executive Director in the planning and management of events Draft letters, reports and other correspondence for and on behalf of the Executive Director Review and record all incoming correspondence and emails, including allocating and redirecting to appropriate staff for action and following up on the preparation of responses About You We are looking for a self-motivated individual with strong administrative and organisational skills, and previous experience with providing executive support. You will possess well developed communication skills, advanced computer skills, and finely tuned organising and prioritising abilities. The ideal candidate™s values will align with our commitment to ensuring high quality outcomes for people with a disability. To be successful in the role, you will also require Experience working as an assistant to Executive or a Senior Manager including diary management and supporting preparation for operational requirements Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office suite including advanced skills in Word, PowerPoint and Excel Experience in event management including planning and implementation of high profile public presentations and events Experience in managing and resolving conflicting demands including review of work priorities and rescheduling meetings and appointments as required in consultation with affected stakeholders Demonstrated experience in organising workshops and meetings, including preparation and distribution of papers and minutes We offer Supportive team environment Salary packaging benefits The opportunity to work alongside and empower people with disability to reach their maximum potential Ongoing training, team support and professional development About Us At Yooralla, we believe that exceptional customer service starts with employees who love what they do. Our people are committed to supporting people with disabilities to live the life they choose and obtaining the best possible outcomes for our customers. We have played an active role in improving public awareness and progressing the nature of disability support in Australia for 100 years. We employ 2000 individuals dedicated to providing quality, sustainable and flexible services, that uphold human rights and create opportunities, empowering individuals to live the life they choose. For further information please contact Ben Linehan on 03 9666 4506 We believe in diversity, inclusion and equality and are committed to ensuring that our workplaces are a reflection of the Victorian community. We recognise the benefits that diversity and inclusion brings, and in turn encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies. We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people with a disability to apply. Appointments are subject to one or more of the following forms of pre-employment safety screening such as Police Records Check, Inherent Position Requirements Employee Declaration, Working with Children Check, Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme Check, Reference Checks and AHPRA Registration Check. This role is only available to Australian Residents or to those who hold the right to work in Australia. Yooralla is an equal opportunity employer.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Receptionist & Back up - Accounts Payable officer

About the Role As part of the Corporate Services team, this position acts as the first point of contact for clients and visitors to our North Sydney office, answering incoming calls in a timely and efficient manner, administrative support for the Corporate Services department and back up support for our concierge calls. Manage and reconcile cabcharges, eTags and petty cash amongst other items. Additionally, this role will be back up for Accounts payable which includes entering, scanning and matching invoices with purchase orders, transaction reconciliation, preparation and initial loading of files for payment of accounts payable. Follow up with suppliers and internal departments and general customer service to finance related tasks for the business. This role reports to the People Culture Manager. About You You are someone that is articulate and has a cheerful professional disposition. You work effectively within a variety of situations, individuals and groups, applying the can do attitude. You have Solid understanding of the accounts payable process, Minimum 1 years™ experience in an AP role. Procurement and invoice matching skills, preferably, but not necessarily, with Navision Attention to detail, ability to meet deadlines and a professional presence. The Perks We offer you a collaborative work environment, a committed team of people and a competitive remuneration package, Fruit baskets, social events and a Health Wellbeing day all contribute to the benefits of working with us. If you have the passion and skills to succeed in this role, please send a copy of your resume by clicking œApply Now. The Australian Industry Group (œAi Group), is one of the most influential industry organisations nationally, representing thousands of employers across a range of diverse sectors including manufacturing, construction, ICT, transport and logistics, labour hire, defence and associated industries. We provide comprehensive advice and assistance to help member companies run their businesses more effectively. We are a strong voice for industry, delivering effective representation for our members to state and federal governments. For more information about Ai Group go to www.aigroup.com.au Ai Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strive to create an inclusive environment for all our employees. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply to any of our vacant positions. We promote flexible ways of working including part-time, talk to us about flexible working arrangements.

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


Legal Assistant

An exciting opportunity has become available in our Perth office for an intermediate Legal Assistant to join DLA Pipers secretarial team. This role will be responsible for providing a range of administrative support to multiple partners and fee earners within the Litigation and Regulatory practice group, as well as assisting various other practice groups as required. Responsibilities will include word processing, document preparation and drafting correspondence electronic diary management (Outlook) financials - including externalinternal billing and reporting, and third party invoicing liaising with both internal and external clients as required organising travel arrangements all general administrative tasks including filing and photocopying entering client details in contacts database creating new client matter files, closing and archiving client matter files To be considered for this role, you will have ideally have 2 years experience working in a similar role within a law firm or professional services environment, and will demonstrate excellent organisational and communication skills, strong attention to detail and intermediate computer skills. You are a fast learner with a positive, can-do attitude who enjoys working in a team based environment, cooperating with others and approaching all set tasks with enthusiasm. Technically, you will demonstrate advanced proficiency in the MS Suite with a minimum typing speed of 65wpm. If you are a professional, experienced and enthusiastic legal assistant, and you are motivated to take the next step in your career, we want to hear from you. Contact “ Lauren Camporeale, HR Advisor or Renee Finn, Human Resources Advisor DLA Piper is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply to join us, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people identifying as LGBTI, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with disability.

location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Contracts Coordinator / Administrator

Fairfax Media, Australias leading media company in print and online, is seeking to employ a full-time Contracts CoordinatorAdministrator to assist in the operation and administration of Fairfaxs retail and distribution network. The Role Based in our Pyrmont NSW office, the key responsibility will be to carry out administrative functions and support strategies that are in place as part of the Newsagency Contracts team. Additional responsibilities and contributions include, but not limited to Maintenance of database Preparation and execution of digital contracts Assessing Newsagency applications Assisting with Contract Performance Management Communicating both verbally and in writing with key internalexternal stakeholders Preparation of general correspondence General administrative duties. The ideal candidate To succeed in this position, a high standard of attention to detail and accuracy is essential, as are strong written and verbal communication skills. Ideally, you will have had experience in a busy office environment. Intermediate to advanced Word and Excel skills are required, while familiarity with Adobe PDF Services, Salesforce and Google Drive is desirable, but not essential. You will be self-motivated and conscientious with the ability to prioritise, and be able to work unsupervised in a small team. As part of the application process, please include, with your cover letter, details of how you apply attention to detail to your daily work tasks. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is seeking full time employment in a busy environment. Working with us If you enjoy a dynamic working environment, you will thrive in our collaborative team culture. You will be based out of the SMH link removed and AFR link removeds Pyrmont-based office, receive a new laptop, have access to the onsite gym and cafe, and form part of our Fairfax Family. Fairfax Media embraces all aspects of diversity and inclusion, and is committed to creating a workplace which reflects the incredibly diverse customers, audiences and communities we serve. Unrestricted Australian working rights are required for this position. Disclaimer Fairfax Media does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Fairfax Media is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

location Archibald Ave, Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia


Executive Support and Administration Manager

An exciting leadership role has become available with this well-known Newcastle organisation. The Executive Support and Administration Manager will be responsible for providing dedicated assistance to the Chief Executive Officer, as well as manage and coach a small administration support team. This busy role needs an experienced, commercially astute leader who can deliver first class executive support to a dynamic CEO, while inspiring an administration team to strive for continuous improvement across all processes and tasks. Key Accountabilities Manage the CEO™s diary and scheduling of meetings Assist with all communications on behalf of the CEO Complete agendas, minutes and actions for Board and Leadership meetings Booking travel and accommodation for executives Edit, format and prepare reports Event and Project coordination Staff management, mentoring and coaching Review and improve processes and procedures Develop positive working relationships with colleagues and external stakeholders. To be successful in this role it is essential that you have significant experience as a senior executive assistant in a corporate organisation. You will have previously managed a team of administrators across multiple departments and your professional work ethic will see you exercise good judgement and discretion always. This important role requires high energy and proven capability to multi-task and work to tight deadlines in a fast paced, outcome focused environment. Excellent communication, influencing and negotiation skills are critical success factors. Like to know more? Please contact Alissa Bower on (02) 4905 0130 or alternatively please apply online with your resume and covering letter.

location Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia


Sandwich Artist

Your job will involve making sandwiches to precise formulas, food preparation to stringent guidelines, providing exceptional customer service, retail POS usage,...

location Adelaide Airport SA 5950, Australia