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Sales Support Officer- South Yarra

About the Company Thorn Business Finance is one of Australia™s leading independent small business financiers, with a fast growing commercial loan book and a reputation as fast, commercial and flexible, we™re seeking a motivated and customer focussed Sales Support person to join the team in our Melbourne (South Yarra) office. About the role As the Sales Support Officer you will assist with direct and indirect finance applications, managing the requirements of business development managers, introducers and customers. The Sales Support Officer provides the link between business sales functions and internal teams, particularly Credit and Operations. Your responsibilities will include Manage phone and email enquiries regarding new business, transaction variations, customer and supplier enquiries and customer correspondence. Prepare quotes, contracts, documents and correspondence relating to finance enquiries Prepare and produce reports and information Conduct Credit searches Data entry of transaction information Preparing and submitting finance applications to Credit Sending approvals and information to Brokers, Customers and Suppliers Produce contract documentation About you You are known for your can-do attitude, timely follow up on tasks and great communication skills. Your contribution to the team is your efficiency and high attention to detail to compliment these skills you bring a vibrant and enthusiastic personality. You™re technical literate and good with Microsoft Office (particularly Word and Excel). You know how to work in a fast paced and deadline driven environment and you love dealing with customers in the SME space. You can organise your own day and you love to celebrate wins as part of a successful small team. If you think you have the necessary skills and experience to excel in this role and are willing to make a difference, we are keen to speak with you.

location Yarra Ct, Oakleigh South VIC 3167, Australia


DATA ENTRY / CUSTOMER SERVICE OFFICER

SCT Logistics is a rapidly growing business, which prides itself on being a leader in transport and logistics solutions. Our objective is to achieve service excellence through open communication and a can do approach to business. We are currently recruiting for a motivated person with transport industry experience to fill the role of Data Entry Customer Service based at Altona - Operations. Reporting to the Victorian Customer Service Manager, the role includes the following responsibilities POD Processing Answering Customer Queries “ Telephone and Email Managing orders on our operating system SAP Reporting and notifying of discrepancies Data Entry Filing and general administration duties Liaising with customers Running Reports KPI™s The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate - A working knowledge of office information systems Customer Service experience and skills Data entry experience Advanced analytical and data interpretation skills Computer literate Ability to work autonomously and with others and foster a good team environment Ability to take on challenges with lateral thinking and implement change Effective time management and task prioritization Good oral and written skills Ability to work under pressure Self-motivated SAP experience is an advantage To apply for this position Please forward your application to the HR Department hrsctlogistics.com.au Applications close 13th October 2018 SCT Logistics is an equal opportunity employer We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings prior to the stated closing date. RECRUITMENT AGENCIES NEED NOT APPLY

location Melbourne VIC 3018, Australia


Regulatory Assurance Officer

Are you ready to take on a new challenge and make a difference? Permanent full time opportunity located at St Leonards campus Competitive package (80,203 ? 86,371) plus superannuation and Annual leave loading BE in a career you love with TAFE NSW TAFE NSW is the largest skills and training provider in Australia, and one of the largest in the world. We strive to deliver relevant, high quality, practical and creative training designed to equip the workforce of tomorrow, and to grow the NSW economy. We are seeking experienced and qualified candidates who share the TAFE NSW Integrity, Collaboration, Excellence and Customer First values, and are willing to help further our ongoing commitment to building an innovative culture. The Role The Regulatory Assurance Officer is responsible for providing support to ensure compliance with standards set by regulatory bodies. To be successful in this role you must have A Diploma, Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree in a relevant discipline or equivalent skills, knowledge and experience. Demonstrated experience in providing advice on regulations and standards within the VET and Higher Education sector. The ability to address and meet focus capabilities as stated in the Position Description. Your application for this role must include A resume, including evidence that you meet the specific requirements of the position. A written response that clearly addresses the two targeted questions below (max. 2 x A4 pages), as this forms an essential component of your overall application. Contact details of 2 referees. Targeted Questions Can you describe a situation in which you were required to engage with internal stakeholders in regards to educational compliance? What if any challenges needed to be overcome? How do you individually contribute to the results of a team? Provide an example of a time where your individual input was highly valued. Click here for Guide to apply for a position in TAFE NSW (includes map of locations) Position Description Closing Date Wednesday 26 September 2018 at 1159 pm Please contact Rita Wilson on 02 9942 0415 for Job related enquiries and Priya Bajaj on 9217 4413 for any question on application process (quote Job ref ? 00006HFN) Please note this recruitment will look to create an eligibility list which may be used for future vacancies.

location Sydney NSW 2065, Australia


Call Centre Representative

Call Centre Representative “ Joondalup Permanent Full Time or Part Time Start Date 27th August 2018 Imagine working in an environment where the culture is built on Open Book Management principles. Imagine a workplace that shares its financial information with every employee. Imagine being celebrated for who you are and rewarded for achieving your goals a work. About the role and us As a call centre representative you will be required to take telephone calls and adhere to a rotational work roster. The role is based in {location}. Your role will be fast-paced and dynamic, with the potential to receive monthly rewards for achieving targets. We are an award-winning business process outsourcer, with contact centres in Australia, the Philippines and the USA. We partner with some of the world™s most loved brands, as well as government, healthcare and travel industries To be successful in this role, you will need to build a relationship with customers over the phone work in a fast-paced environment with set targets and timeframes actively listen while also performing other tasks competently use a computer demonstrate outstanding customer service skills work on a rotational roster Monday “ Sunday be eligible to work in Australia complete a pre-employment Police clearance What we can offer you comprehensive paid training a diverse and supportive working environment “ everyone is welcome here, and our differences make us stronger opportunity for further development and career growth a culture built on fun, respect, integrity, innovation and transparency Stellar is an equal employment opportunity employer and we value diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We encourage applications from people of all ages and genders, people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and groups who are culturally and linguistically diverse. To Apply Apply via SEEK, attach your resume and answer some questions about why this role is for you.

location Perth WA 6027, Australia


Contract Administrator

Head contract administration of all claims, variations, progress payments contract correspondence. Tertiary qualification in Construction Management (or...

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Contract Administrator

Tertiary qualification in Construction Management (or similar). If you hold the above-mentioned skills and experience we would welcome your application below....

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Program Coordinator

Other - The successful applicant is required to undergo, and for new employees meet the cost of a National Police Records Check and a Working with Children...

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Research Contract Officer

Convenient CBD location Casual position - 0.4 FTE HEW 7 Our Organisation RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. Our mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work. RMIT features among the world™s top 200 institutions in 13 of the 30 subject areas in the 2015 QS subject rankings. We are among the world™s top 100 universities in Art and Design Architecture and the Built Environment Engineering (Civil and Structural Electrical and Electronic and Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing) Computer Science and Business and Management Studies. The Portfolio The Research Innovation Portfolio oversees research and research training across the University through the development and implementation of RMIT University™s strategic research priorities and managing research systems and reporting requirements. The Portfolio supports the research activity of staff and student researchers with professional development, collaboration and funding opportunities, ethics and responsible conduct compliance, contract development, intellectual property, project completions and profiling. Through the School of Graduate Research, the Portfolio is responsible for promoting and enhancing research education and training at RMIT in order to ensure the highest standard of research candidate experience is possible. The Role The Research Contracts Officer plays a key role in the development, review and approval of research related contracts and agreements entered into by RMIT University. These contracts are for matters that include research undertaken by the University following a competitive grant process or via commercial negotiation. In addition to reviewing and critiquing draft research agreements and related documents, the position monitors and recommends improvements to the Research Contracts Team™s business processes, manages internal communications on the contracts function and oversees data integrity matters. Your Responsibilities Review draft funding and other research-related agreements to ensure the proposed contractual terms and conditions are acceptable, appropriate and compliant with University policies and other requirements. Recommend changes to terms and conditions where required and assist with the preparation of comprehensive and accurate agreement schedules. Act as a leading University resource on administrative and procedural matters relating to the preparation and approval of research contracts and agreements and provide expert, customer-focussed advice as well as support to internal and external stakeholders. Manage the development and production of effective internal University communications on the research contracts function including the preparation of comprehensive information packages, process charts, contract development guidelines, web-based communications and the provision of face-to-face training. Oversee and coordinate research contract data entry processes and training across the University, including analysis and reporting to ensure the integrity and accuracy of contract data entered within the Research Master database and promptly resolving identified data entry issues where necessary. Monitor, review and recommend changes to the Research Office™s contracting processes and workflows and contribute to the implementation of initiatives directed towards streamlined, efficient and best practice service delivery. This will include proactively engaging with and soliciting feedback from stakeholders. Liaise closely and confidently with academic and administrative staff, granting bodies, partner research organisations, government agencies and other external parties on research contracting matters. Assist the Senior Manager, Research Contracts with any ad hoc projects and special initiatives aimed at improving the research contracts function. Skills Experience Required Substantial experience in an administrative andor advisory role, preferably within the higher education sector or an equivalent environment. Ability to review and critique a wide range of draft funding and general commercial agreements and provide clear, concise feedback and advice to stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to work systematically and simultaneously on multiple projects with different levels of priority and complexity, whilst meeting deadlines in a timely manner. Proven ability to pay close attention to detail and produce work that is of a high quality and accuracy. Demonstrated ability to use initiative, judgement and problem-solving skills in order to provide creative and practical solutions to problems. Excellent oral communication skills with the ability to build workplace relationships. A proven track record in providing high quality, customer focussed service. Demonstrated high level of computer literacy including an understanding of available information communication technologies and how to apply these innovatively to work situations. Applicants must hold a tertiary qualification in a relevant area with relevant experience or have substantial relevant experience. To Apply For further information please contact Louise Braithwaite on louise.braithwaitermit.edu.au. To apply please forward over a CV and Cover Letter outlining relevant experience.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Contracted Services Coordinator

Seeking a development opportunity? Ongoing training Campbellfield branch About us Scania is a place for all kinds - generalists, specialists and managers. In a dynamic environment you contribute with your knowledge and unique background to the diversity that is part of our success. If you are motivated and prepared to take responsibility, youll have every opportunity here. We offer employees an exciting future, with the opportunity to work together to develop more sustainable transport solutions across the globe. The role Whether you are currently in the service or fleet environment in an administrator role or on the tools then this could be the next step in your career. Oversee, monitor and review repair and maintenance agreements Monitoring and control of supplier pricing and compliance Continuous improvement of contracts Assisting in quoting for renegotiated contracts Raising purchase orders Approving invoices Continual liaison with customers About you Experience working in the parts or service environment within the heavy vehicle or related industry or experienced trade qualified technician looking to get off the tools A solution based mindset while working with internal and external customers Strong customer service skills and ability to build rapport with customers Practical experience in fleet scheduling and maintenance would be advantageous Confident, detail orientated We offer Continuous product, service and professional training The ability to progress your career to anywhere in the world within a range of departments Be part of a secure, global and prestige brand dynamic, fast moving, great culture Work in a safe and supportive environment where new ideas are encouraged To apply Please click on the apply button to submit and upload your application. For further information please contact Rachael Page on (03) 8595 3311.

location Campbellfield VIC 3061, Australia


Purchasing Officer

About the company BMD is a privately owned national construction company operating a fully integrated civil infrastructure group with over 38 years experience. This opportunity is available within our major infrastructure division, BMD Constructions, which delivers necessary upgrades to improve Australias connectivity. The BMD Group of companies has a team of 1,700 people and operates a flat management structure which results in quick and effective decision making and close interaction with senior leadership. The BMD, our business is our people. We pride ourselves on our family culture which sees our people build long-term careers with us. We are committed to hiring and developing the industrys best. Join our family where you are valued, supported and empowered to contribute, and where high performance and innovation is encouraged. The Role Effectively manage daily purchasing requirements across the business. Maintain robust working relationships with a wide range of suppliers who each provide best in market rates, quality product and meet or exceed our expectations in regard to safety, environmental, quality and delivery requirements. The Successful Applicant will have the following skills and qualities A detailed knowledge of construction material and equipment Exposure to Job Pac and Microsoft Excel would be highly desirable High attention to detail Highly developed interpersonal skills Highly developed writtenoral communication skills, including confidence in dealing with people at all levels Ability to work in an integrated team environment Ability to prioritise work and efficient time management skills This role requires an individual who is a strong communicator with attention to detail and a keen work ethic. Essential to the role is a detailed knowledge of construction materials and equipment involving a high level of data entry . As such, the successful applicant will have previous experience in the civil construction industry and or high volume purchasing environments. What we offer A workplace that believes Zero Harm is achievable and continuously strives to reach this goal. The career progression and professional development opportunities of a large tier one company, with the flat management structure and relationship based approach of a small family owned business. Discounted corporate health insurance and access to a dedicated employee assistance program. Opportunity to take a more active role in achieving overall wellness through BMDs Good Health and Wellbeing program. BMD recognises the importance of diversity and embraces differences as an equal opportunity employer providing a flexible and inclusive workplace that rewards high performance and promotes a healthy work-life balance. Access to subsidised holiday accommodation on the Gold Coast, Queensland. To find out more about BMD or to explore other opportunities visit www.bmd.com.au. Due to the high volume of applications and enquiries, we are only able to respond to shortlisted candidates. No agency submissions will be accepted.

location Plaza St, Wynnum West QLD 4178, Australia


Workflow Administrator

ISS is a global facility management company with over 510,000 employees throughout 52 countries. We are seeking value oriented people to join our local team of 13,500 working HEROs. ISS service a wide range of sectors including Resources, Aviation Transport, Healthcare, Education and Commercial. At ISS, we ensure our employees have a safe work environment and are engaged and motivated to provide the best possible service to our customers, and welcome you to join us on our journey in realising our vision in becoming The Worlds Greatest Service Organisation We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Workflow Administrator Support to commence with us on a 12 month fixed term contract working Monday to Friday (8am to 4pm - flexible half an hour either side) at our head office in Macquarie Park, NSW. This opportunity has the potential to lead to a full time permanent placement. This position within the Facility Service Centre will provide support to the Workflow Manager and provide operational support services required to deliver FM Services to the client via suppliers and ISS staff. Responsibilities Provide operational support services required to deliver FM Services. Liaise between client site representatives and suppliers for all building maintenance works. Document and system management is essential to ensuring HSE compliance and financial reconciliation against work performed. Understanding of the following safety cultures Maintain a Zero Harm Culture Hazard Identification Near Miss and Incident Reporting Client-specific safety systems and requirements Ensure adherence to ISS compliance standards Comply with same day reporting Act as the œfirst point of FSC contact for reactive works for all Service Calls and manage all day to day contact with clients on-site representatives Ensure all Service Calls and Work Orders are managed through the FMSISS system and complete within contract KPI targets. Sub-contractor management and any other related duties as directed Assist in managing supplier inductions and ISS Procure registration Provide on call support for emergency call out works Liaise with accounts payable to ensure payments are made Assist Workflow Manager and Administrator in other duties and minor projects as directed Act as understudy to Workflow Administrator Assist other ISS Team members and contractors to follow ISS and client™s OHS guidelines and that hazard and risk assessmentregisters and site inductions are conducted for all task and all records maintained (including inductions, PPE, SWMS, and MSDS, etc. Minimum Criteria Previous experience in a similar role is essential with production line maintenance experience desirable Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite Exceptional planning, organising and analytical skills Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) Demonstrate a positive attitude and drive to deliver strong customer service Ability to deliver results under pressure Previous experience in CAFM systems is desirable (MyMCS and Tririga) Teritary qualifications in engineering or maintenance is desirable Current Police Clearance no older than 3 months is essential for ALL roles Our benefits Access to staff discounts with wide range of companies Ongoing learning and development opportunities Internal opportunities within our global organisation Positive company culture To apply for this role please click on the apply link and complete the online application. You can review your application status and keep up to date with our current vacancies by visiting our ISS Careers Website httpwww.au.issworld.comour-peopleCareers Before you leave, click on following link to see our inspiring ISS Tribute Video. We hope you enjoy your recruitment experience and we look forward to having you on board httpswww.youtube.comwatch?feature=playerembeddedv=bbVh9B98WI

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Customer Service Officer - Pennant Hills (NSW)

Do you want to learn new skills and be part of a fantastic growing organisation that makes a difference to people™s lives? The Company National Hearing Care are a values driven organisation looking for their next Customer Service superstar We are constantly expanding our network across the nation, and as a result we have an opening in our Pennant Hills Clinic. We pride ourselves in delivering outstanding customer service, and have redefined the client experience, a level of care that also extends to our employees and the way we look after them. The Role You will be the face of the clinic, greeting clients and making them feel welcome, as well as looking after all front office duties such as, confirming appointments, follow up calls, answering phonesemails. You will also see your own clients to conduct a free 20 minute hearing check (Training will be provided on this) Our ideal candidate will have previous experience working with KPIs in a retail andor sales environment, utilising these existing skills to build strong rapport with our clients and using persuasive communication skills to re-book appointments when necessary. Experience in local area promotion will also be highly desirable in this position as you will need to be proactive in networking and identifying business potential in the area i.e. retirement villages, nursing homes, pharmacies. Our Successful candidate will have A passion for customer service, a positive attitude and an eye for detail Excellent communication skills and a strong work ethic Exceptional organisational time management skills Warm, energetic and engaging manner Ability to work well under pressure Intermediate computer skills (Outlook, Word, Excel) and ability to learn new systems A car driver™s license, as occasional cover at surrounding clinics may be required including Hornsby, Castle Hill Parramatta Candidates with experience in the health industry, pharmacy and in particular the hearing industry will be highly regarded What you will get in return Industry benchmarked salary and an attractive bonus program Comprehensive induction ongoing training, through our CSO Training Academy Development opportunities throughout your career Invitation to our exciting annual conference Multiple rewards and recognition opportunities for exceptional service Fun welcoming environment “ great work life balance Full time hours 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday with a 1 hour lunch break Please Note Once you have applied you will be sent an additional email asking you to complete 6 screening questions to complete your online profile. Only applicants who have completed these will be considered. This opportunity will suit someone who is eager to begin a long term career within an industry leading organisation and who is prepared to go above and beyond for NHC™s clients. If this is you, please apply now without delay.

location Sydney NSW 2120, Australia


Executive Assistant to Director City Planning

Position Number F201800462 Permanent full-time (35 hours per week) Salary 83,397 - 91,732 pa + 9.5 super Randwick City Council is an innovative and leading local government organisation committed to serving our vibrant community on the beautiful eastern beaches of Sydney. As an employer, Randwick City Council offers benefits including ongoing professional development, fitness and wellbeing programs and more. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic highly skilled Executive Assistant to provide executive support to the Director City Planning. This is an exciting opportunity and a challenging role. This position is pivotal in providing executive support to the Director City Planning through applying your superior communication skills and ability to undertake competing tasks while delivering superior customer service. To be considered for the position you will need to meet the essential criteria Extensive experience in providing high level of executive support to management with comprehensive knowledge of diary management. Proven ability to exercise confidentiality, discretion and initiative. Superior administration and organisational skills with the ability to prioritise workloads and meet tight deadlines, in a high volume work environment. Ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities. Advanced writing skills with the ability to draftproof read correspondence and reports for Director™s signatureapproval. Proven ability to work autonomouslyunsupervised and be proactive within the role. Demonstrated experience in the provision of superior customer service. Proven ability to work in a team environment, often under tight time constraints, to achieve divisional and organisational goals. Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills combined with the ability to resolve conflicts. Demonstrated ability and experience in undertaking research and preparation of written reports and correspondence. Superior experience in the use and application of electronic office management systems and computer office software applications. Proven ability to maintain confidentiality when dealing with matters of a sensitive nature and to exercise discretion and initiative in addressing issues and problems. So if you are ready to expand your career and contribute to the positive image of Randwick City Council, then we would like to hear from you Further information Visit www.randwick.nsw.gov.au to view the position description or contact Kerry Kyriacou, Director City Planning, on 02 9093 6894. Applicants must include a statement demonstrating how they meet the essential criteria listed in the position description to be considered for this position. Closing date Wednesday 26 September 2018

location Paul St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia


Data Entry/Adminitrative Assistant - HIS North Ryde Office

Healthcare Imaging Services (HIS) currently operates over 140 imaging centres in Australia, performing more than 2.2 million examinations annually. HIS provides a full variety of imaging centres including public hospitals, private hospitals and community based centres and employs over 2,000 technical, nursing and administrative staff. HIS strives to be the leading provider of medical imaging services in Australia by empowering and supporting our people to deliver outstanding clinical care that embraces best practice and innovation. We are currently looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our Customer Service team as Data EntryAdministrative Assistant on a casual basis at our North Ryde Head Office. This position will require you to be available all hours of business operations, unfortunately, due to this, we are unable to accommodate study commitments. Specific Duties include Data entry of high volume of patients™ bookings into IRIS Answering phone call enquires from Imaging centres and patients Customer Services Ad hoc admin tasks Essential Criteria Previous experience in an office administrationcustomer service environment Ability to competently use standard software packages (IRIS system) Professional phone Manner Proficiency in MS Office Applications Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong attention to detail and commitment to quality Accurate and quick data processing skills Flexibility to work between 800am-500pm Monday to Friday Ability to problem solve, prioritize and manage a challenging workload Ability to work within in a team and autonomously Desirable Criteria knowledge of Radiology Information System (RIS) and radiology environment will be an advantage Call Centre experience will be highly regarded To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa. ONLY SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Receptionist / Administrator

About IRESS IRESS is a leading financial technology business. Founded in 1993, we operate across 17 offices in 6 countries. We design, develop and deliver technology solutions for the financial services industry in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Canada, and Asia. Whether our clients trade on global financial markets, manage investments, provide mortgages or help people plan their financial future and protect their family, they rely on our software and our team to help deliver the right outcomes for their business and their clients. With a solid financial track record, we continue to grow and adapt to meet the complex and changing needs of our clients. The Role As a Receptionist Administrator at IRESS in Melbourne your role will be to provide a first class reception and administrative service to all internal and external clients. We pride ourselves on the service we give to clients and all those who come into contact with us and this position will play a key role in us making a great first impression. You will work in our new reception area in the heart of Melbourne CBD in our new collaborative working environment. Please note that this is a part-time permanent role. Your role will involve Managing all incoming calls and providing a first class level of service ensuring on all calls are answered promptly and transferred accordingly Providing contact details of other IRESS officespersonnel where required Create a friendly and welcoming first impression of IRESS and ensure that the clientvisitor experience is professional and efficient Ensuring reception is manned at all times to maintain thorough assistance to clients (external and internal) Day to day office administration photocopying, filing, faxing and shredding etc as required All incoming post to be sorted, date stamped and distributed to relevant people and outgoing post to be franked and sent Any other administrative tasks as required by management or employees at IRESS Support with calendars, meeting rooms, lunches, refreshments Ensuring meeting rooms are cleared, clean and presentable ready for meetings Support as and when required for the Facilities team About You Excellent personable, professional telephone manner communication skills Strong organisational Skills Strong sense of customer service Confidence to liaise at all levels within the business Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative A good level of IT skills with intermediate to advanced level in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook skills Previous experience of running an office reception Experience of working in a customer facing environment Culture We recognize and reward hard work and celebrate our successes over a Friday afternoon drink and at various socials throughout the year. We dont sweat the small stuff either, our dress code is as relaxed as we are. As well as local charity events and initiatives, we hold global days and activities to make the most of our global strength and diversity. This includes a yearly global hackathon We may be one of the largest financial software providers, but we havent forgotten our roots weve kept the entrepreneurial spirit and agility that defined our early years - its something we continue to look for and admire in our people. Benefits Subsidized health insurance 3 days leave per year to participate in charity initiatives Access to various learning and development programs. Up to 26 weeks paid parental leave for primary carers (up to 4 weeks for secondary carers) and the ability to work part-time when returning to work. Want to have a significant impact in one of Australia™s fastest growing technology companies? If so please apply “ we look forward to hearing from you. We are an equal opportunity employer and embrace diversity at IRESS. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability status.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Customer Service & Administration Officer - Salary Packaging/ Fleet Novated

We™re seeking a self-motivated Customer Service Administration officer to join the Fleet Novated team based at our head office in Macquarie Park. Reporting to Novated Services Manager, you will be responsible for processing documentation specific to ORIX™s Novated Leasing department in a timely and accurate manner. You will need to ensure all KPIs are maintained whilst achieving the highest level of customer service and client satisfaction. Other key components of the role include Liaising with internal staff to provide effective and efficient service to clients Ensuring the daily processing of documentation is completed in a timely and accurate manner Recording and provision of accurate statistical information and reports in a timely manner Liaising effectively with clients and their employees Managing efficiently and effectively telephone calls Assisting the Novated Services Manager as required with various tasks and project activities Providing and assisting with training on ORIX products, procedures and computer system usage About You Novated salary packaging and Fleet management experience highly desirable Excellent attention to detail Strong communication skills “ written and verbal Strong planning and organisational skills “ ability to cope with pressure and tight deadlines prioritise and organise workloads Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft office (word, Excel and PowerPoint) About The Workplace ORIX Australia offers a competitive salary package and eligibility for an annual bonus together with a great working environment, free parking on site, as well as being close to transport (100m from Macquarie Park station), cafes and shopping. Our onsite facilities include a free gym with personal trainer, plus lunch time meditation classes in our recreation area, where you can also make use of our table tennis tables and pool table. Other benefits of working at ORIX include paid parental leave, paid charity leave, staff discounts, and the opportunity to package a Novated Lease vehicle. About ORIX ORIX Australia is part of a successful global multinational and provides high value added vehicle fleet services and solutions to businesses and individuals. At ORIX we thrive on supporting your future by providing opportunity, challenge and direction backed by training and development. ORIX Group (Japan Global Head Office) has operations in 40 countries worldwide, and is involved with activities including leasing, corporate finance, real estate-related finance and development, life insurance, and investment and retail banking. Visit ORIX at orix.com.au orix.co.jp To find out about other current career opportunities with ORIX Australia please visit careers.orix.com.au If you meet the above criteria, please apply now. You must have the right to live and work full time in Australia to apply for this position. ORIX is an equal opportunity employer. At ORIX we believe in our peoples™ expertise to continually strive to deliver quality solutions that create value. We are committed to providing a diverse, equal, and inclusive workplace that empowers and supports our people to be their best.

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Administration Assistant

Established in 1993, Wolter Consulting Group is a diversified consulting firm in the land development industry and is one of the largest privately operated firms in Queensland. We are industry leaders in surveying, town planning, landscape architecture and environment management. An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic Administration Assistant to join our young, energetic and highly motivated team at our office located in the emerging lifestyle hub of Gasworks in the Newstead area. In addition to performing administrative assistant duties, you will be required to relieve and perform the role of Receptionist when required by the company. Your main responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) Assist Reception with attending to incoming calls including transferring calls and taking accurate messages as necessary Provide various clerical and administrative support to our Survey Manager and Survey Department and assist in the processing of end of month invoicing Day to day office and administration tasks such as collection of mail and the posting of outgoing mail, photocopying, scanning, faxing, filing, maintaining stationery levels and making orders Perform all Receptionist duties when required to relieve in this position Assist in daily office needs including deliveries if necessary Banking and General typing. Previous administration experience is preferred. To be considered for this exciting opportunity, you must be reliable and punctual and have A current Queensland Drivers License, Class C. A high degree of professionalism including an exceptional phone manner Excellent administrative skills with a sound ability to adapt quickly to changing deadlines and priorities Excellent communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills A typing speed of 50+ wpm The ability to work in a team environment Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Word and Excel A high level of commitment.

location Brisbane QLD 4006, Australia


Executive Assistant/Project Support Officer

The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) is a State Government statutory authority governed by the Victorian Planning Authority Act 2017. Our focus is on integrated land use, built form and infrastructure planning outcomes for significant precincts and places in growing Victorian cities, suburbs and regions. We collaborate with key partners and stakeholders to deliver the Victorian Governments planning policies in support of urban growth, housing, jobs and transport options. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and our ability to overcome barriers and deliver great plans for precincts and places. This would not be possible without the best people and we ensure that every person at the VPA feels connected to our outcomes. We are committed to ensuring our entire team is supported, empowered and valued and we actively nurture a culture of continual learning and innovation. The VPA currently has an exciting opportunity for an Executive Assistant “ Project Support Officer. We are seeking an experienced, motivated, organised, hardworking and personable Executive Assistant to provide high level support predominantly to two Executive Directors. To be successful in this position you will have experience providing support to management, demonstrating your capacity to prioritise, manage and deliver multiple tasks and outcomes. If you work for the VPA, you will be involved in exciting and challenging city shaping projects. How to Apply To find out more about this opportunity, click the ˜Apply Now button. As part of your application you are required to attach 1 Resume 2 Covering Letter addressing the key selection criteria found in the Position Description. 3 VPA Personal Details Form For further information or a confidential discussion about the role, please call Jenni Cooke on (03) 9651 9600. Important Information about your application The VPA believes in diversity and equality and we are committed to ensuring that our workplace is reflective of the Victorian community. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability. The VPA is also committed to fair recruitment practices and as such removes all personal information from applications prior to shortlisting. In order to aid this process, please do not include personal information in your resume and cover letter and complete the Personal Details Form. Applications close for this position at 900am on Monday 24th September 2018. If this isn™t the right job for you but you are interested in working with the VPA in the future, please email your contact details to jobsvpa.vic.gov.au. We will hold your details and inform you when future positions are advertised.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Executive Assistant

Melbourne Polytechnic is a leading Australian education provider that delivers vocational training and degrees through innovative, practical programs designed to meet the challenges of the modern workplace. With industry-standard facilities at campuses and training centres across Melbourne, Melbourne Polytechnic fosters learning and engagement within its community so students and staff can develop and achieve their goals. Melbourne Polytechnic has the following vacancy for a suitably qualified person interested in joining a dynamic training organisation.

location Gilbertson St, Essendon VIC 3040, Australia


Reception / Administration Assistant

About the business and the role Biodiversity Australia Pty Ltd is a leading Australian Environmental Management Consulting Business focused on building sustainable partners, economic management and ecological balance. Our head office is located in Coomera on the Gold Coast with regional offices in Port Macquarie, North Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory. Biodiversity Australia Pty Ltd is searching for a permanent full time Front Desk Administrator who will be responsible for assisting the Director, Finance Manager and other Administrative Services in which a high level of confidentiality is required. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, answering phones and maintaining the front office with complete professionalism, assist in maintaining a clean, safe and professional officeenvironment and ordering and maintaining sufficient supplies. Job tasks and responsibilities This is a high level administration role with reception duties included. To perform this job successfully, the individual must be proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word, have excellent oral and written communication skills, organisation, and prioritisation, follow up, time management, and scheduling skills. Must have the ability to work, think, and make independent decisions. Must be able to work well under pressure and to plan, manage multiple projects, and prioritise responsibilities in order to consistently meet deadlines. Must be a team oriented, proactive, responsible individual and possess a flexible attitude. Must have strong customer focus and be responsive to co-workers. Confidentiality is a must. Duties will include but are not limited to the following High end administration duties General reception duties General human resource duties Purchase order processing Screening incoming mail and emails Answering phone calls Providing high level administration support to the companys management and executive team, including meeting minute taking Diary and travel management Traineeship Supervision Government licence and membership registrationsrenewals General Data entry Skills and experience To be successful for this position Have a minimum 5 years experience in Administration Have a view to long term employment Appropriate experience in communicating effectively with internal and external clients Professional and polite communication in person, on the phone and in written format Ability to multi-task High level attention to detail in recording data Ability to work in a team environment Great organisational skills and Ability to work with minimal supervision.

location Gold Coast QLD 4214, Australia