Coordinating overall administrative process of contract making such as revewing, bidding, negotiating and variations with regard to logistics business operations Handling inquiries and issues arising from various business and services contracts to which our company is a party Keeping contract and amendment paperwor4ks and related negotiation records and notes Cooperating with other staff and professionals to ensure our company™s contractual obligations and rights duly honoured and enforced Providing advice to advising on contract issues to management to help with decision making Supervising overall work procedures and work orders in compliance with various contracts and reminding relevant parties and personnel of their duties and actions in view of contracts Collecting and maintaining documents relating to our company™s contracts and preparing regular reports to summarise overall contractual issues and future estimations Collecting and analysing data associated with projects undertaken, and reporting on project outcomes in view of the overall contracts Developing and improving bidding and negotiations systems and manual for the purpose of more beneficial contracting performance To be successful in this role, you must possess Minimum 2+ years experiences Great computer skills in office applications Strong customer service focus Strong negotiation skills and conflict resolution skills. Clearly professional communication and interpersonal skills. Australian Citizens or Permanent Resident To express your interest in this fantastic opportunity, please click the apply now button.
Sydney NSW 2060, Australia
Manage support Contract Management Framework process Work with large global not-for-profit organisation Give yourself a pay rise - eligibility for up to 15,900 salary packaging A new and exciting opportunity for a permanent position has become available in our Corporate head office located in Kelvin Grove surrounded by a great cafÃ© precinct. In this new role, you will be providing support to the Business Manager in managingmaintaining the Bolton Clarke contract management framework and processes. About the role Assist in the development and implementation of contract management framework by sourcing documents and established contracts, as well as monitoring performance and addressing non-performance to management, to achieve the required contract outcomes Manage and maintain Bolton Clarke contract management framework end to end work flow processes. Administer contracts in accordance with approved Contract Management framework and procedures and update contract details to maintain the integrity of contract information Interpret and explain contract management framework requirements to stakeholders Establish, coordinate and maintain internalexternal stakeholder relationships to identify and minimise risk, and maximise the value from the contract as well as resolve any contract conflicts Serve as a liaison between internal and external parties during contract development and negotiation stages Proactively identify and manage contract risks to meet organisational obligations and achieve the planned outcomes of the contract Report and monitor status of all new and ongoing contracts to management Undertake other tasks as agreed with the Business Manager What do we need from you? Bachelor Degree in Commerce or relevant field or significant experience deemed the equivalent is desirable. SharePoint experience would be advantageous Proven administration experience Demonstrated experience with the use of the Microsoft Office suite of products with a superior capability in MS Excel. Ability to develop strong internal relationships and work effectively with key stakeholders Good communication skills (written and verbal) Ability to consult and resolve issues Good attention to detail with the ability to collate information effectively Our benefits WorkLife Balance Salary packaging Private Health Insurance Discounts Employee Assistance Program Free Annual Flu Vaccinations Purchased annual leave Our People Our Values are at the heart of everything we do. We will always put our people first to ensure customer satisfaction and make a positive difference in our communities. The people who work for Bolton Clarke are at the centre of ensuring this through taking ownership of our roles and working collaboratively with those around us. We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion. We recognise a diverse workforce contributes to better business outcomes. We are committed to creating a workplace where all employees have equal access. Our Story More services, supporting and enabling more people right across the country. That™s the reason RSL Care and RDNS came together. While some things change, some important things won™t. Our long held values of compassion and respect remain at the heart of everything we do. Our combined experience of over 200 years of service means we can deliver the highest standard of professional support and clinical care. You may be required to travel intra or interstate with overnight stays (including weekends) on short notice. Want to work in one of Australia™s biggest growth sectors and make a real difference? Apply today. All Bolton Clarke employees must be entitled to work in Australia and obtain a Federal Police Clearance
Brisbane QLD 4059, Australia
About the Role An exciting opportunity has arisen for a collaborative and high performing individual to join our Stockland Rockhampton Centre as Administration Manager on a fixed term contract until February 2019. You will be working closely with the broader Centre Management team and involved in all aspects of running this busy centre. Responsible for the prudent management of centre financials such as accounts receivablepayable, debtor management and invoicing, your attention to detail and excellent organisation skills will be critical. Furthermore, as an integral team member you will play a pivotal role building and maintaining retailer relationships, preparing monthly reports as well as managing the Administration team. This is a fast paced, dynamic position and a great opportunity to take the next step in your centre management career. Key Responsibilities Manage the monthly billing and debtor collection process Manage the day-to-day administrative and support requirements for the team Manage centre accounts payable, prepare monthly accruals and monitor expenditure Provide leadership and mentoring for direct reports Build effective records and file management Demonstrate a proactive approach in compliance and OHS procedures About You We are looking for a proactive and financially skilled administration professional with proven experience in a similar capacity. In addition, you will also bring Solid financial acumen, including previous experience with accounts payablereceivable “ experience with debtors is essential Proficiency in MS Office and exposure to financial systems, experience with JDE would be advantageous High level administrative and organisation skills coupled with attention to detail and managing a busy workload Excellent communication and inter-personal skills with a proven history of forging strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to show initiative, maintain confidentiality and proactively problem solve as required. Experience within a retail shopping environment would be advantageous, although not required. What™s in it for you? This is a great opportunity to gain exposure to our business in this dynamic role At Stockland, we value diversity and aim to create a vibrant and inclusive workforce which is reflective of the communities in which we operate. We also value flexibility and are committed to ensuring it is not just supported, it is encouraged. We want employees to work in ways that suit their life and the nature of their role, so they feel able to meet their work life commitments and support their wellbeing. Stockland could be your place too. Apply today “ Stockland “ its your place.
Depot Hill QLD 4700, Australia
About the business and the role Unox Australia is the sole importer for Unox Commercial Ovens in Australia. The main part of this role is the processing of all the orders received. This is a busy, fast paced environment and your role will be to assist the Warehouse and Logistics person. Job tasks and responsibilities Order Processing Invoicing Freight Quotes Bookings Process Credit Card Payments Organising spare parts Stock Control Assist with answering phones Skills and experience ESSENTIAL - Data EntryInvoicingCredits - 2 years office environment - Excellent writtenverbal communication skills - Organised - Strong attention to detail - Ability to work to strict deadlines - Willingness to work in warehouse DESIRABLE - Freight Knowledge - Stock Control Knowledge - SAP experience - Intermediate WordExcel - Flexible Job benefits and perks Close to public transport and Eastland Monday to Friday
Heathwood Dr, Traverse Bay, MB R0E 2A0, Canada
SUPPORT ADMINISTRATOR Major Technology Brand Based out of Melbourne CBD we are hiring for our Fortune 500 client. They need an amazing person for a very important part of their business. A great opportunity for the right person. We are a successful and fast paced boutique Events, Recruitment and Advertising Agency based in Melbourne CBD. Our client is a global blue-chip leader within the IT industry. We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified candidate to oversee contract, delivery, escalations, administration of documents and procedures. The role The role of the Support Administrator plays an integral part of the business primary duties may include (but not limited to) Key responsibilities Ensure all new contracts are setup and installed according to contract and recorded on the signed deal log Manage ongoing BreakFix Support, Supplies and silent devices escalations working with the remote Account Delivery Managers Recognize potential issues and escalate all pricing disputes to the National Channel Sales Manager Close engagement with multiple internal stakeholders from operations, business and sales managers Work closely with the pricing and solutions teams to ensure customized hardware and services solutions requirements are met and costed in correctly. Process requests in an accurate and timely manner. Key Competencies Results Performance Driven Assertiveness- Expresses opinions, effectively handles conflict, and pushes through obstacles, encouraging an environment where open debate and honest dialogue is valued. Expert level skills for Microsoft Excel Data Management Goal Accountability Ability to assume personal ownership responsibility for business results and execution Listening Receptivity Ability to prepare clear, concise, and persuasive communications for multiple audiences, Decisiveness Ability to effectively examine the events issues problems along with experience, to generate a best course of action. Listening Receptivity Ability to prepare clear, concise, and persuasive communications for multiple audiences, including demonstrating effective writing and presentation skills, listening actively, and projecting a credible image. Collaboration Ability to work cooperatively with others to achieve goals Strategic Thinking Planning Ability to demonstrate clear understanding of organizational goals and its strategies in order to design a plan of action to achieve goals that are in alignment with the Business strategy The person The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellent Administration, Internal stakeholder management in a matrix organisational structure, Auditing and or Business related services, whilst possessing the following 3+ years of proven experience within an Administration role A superior level of Administrative skills A qualification within Administration, Business or Communication discipline is desirable Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills at all levels, including verbal and written Experience with contracts Attention to detail Professional presentation PC Skills, Word, PowerPoint and EXCEL to an Expert Level If you believe that you have what it takes, and would like to take on the next challenge of your Administration career, please do not hesitate in presenting your resume forward via seek in the first instance. Please note that only candidates with the right to work permanently within Australia will be considered.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
About the Company Since 1946, Midford has provided Australian schools and students with innovative and high quality schoolwear. Designed to be both good looking and hard wearing, our dedication to quality has stood the test of time. Today, were celebrating over 70 years as one of the countrys favourite school wear designers and suppliers. About the Role Provide support and assistance to the Retail Operations Manager on the day-to-day activities of the Midford Retail Operations, including data entry, maintenance of databases and processing orders and invoices. Based at Head Office in Milperra, you will have a strong attention to detail whilst maintaining relationships with key internal and external suppliers. Duties Responsibilities Accurate processing and data entry of purchase orders Invoice and Credit processing Stock allocation Website maintenance Further assistance and admin duties for the management and retail store team Skills Experience Accurate and timely data entry skills Demonstrated high level of customer service Advanced Microsoft Office skills especially in Excel Strong attention to detail Effective written and verbal communication skills
Milperra NSW 2214, Australia
The Contracts Manager is required to coordinate and review the formulation and finalization of contracts as required in conjunction with management and operational staff. This position also ensures all compliances to appropriate regulatory and industry standards specific to commercial and contract requirements are met. Key Activities Position Description Applicants must possess demonstrated knowledge and experience with all facets of Contract Management including but not limited to Overall management and control of all contracts administered by the Company ensuring that each contract is managed effectively Manage all facets of contract administration, review and compliance Negotiate commercial terms and conditions on behalf of the Company Mitigate the Company™s commercial risk in terms of retention, liquidated damages, etc Reconcile end of month progress payments, invoice and monitor payment schedule dates Develop and prepare regular and end of month reports specific to contract status Determine the priorities, goals and objectives of work functions assigned Resolve contract payment disputes and confer with contractors and other staff concerning contract payments and compliance If required, develop, recommend and coordinate the implementation of new procedures Review contract payment schedule Maintain computer database for the contract management system Provide direction to operations staff regarding relevant contract provisions Other tasks as request by the Director and others Contract Management Experience It is desirable for applicants to possess the following skills and attributes Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the construction and \ or mining sectors Possess a high level of knowledge and experience with End of Month invoicing and reporting Demonstrated knowledge of variation management Possess working knowledge of Workbench Possess good time management skills Possess high level of problem solving and analytical skills Knowledge of commercial \ contract insurances (desirable) Attributes This position is a service provider role where the successful applicant is required to demonstrate Flexibility and ability to adapt to changing timelines and requirements Ability to meet tight timelines Be approachable Think on their feet and possess the skills required to recommend workable solutions Be resilient Own the role Resumes to be sent to contractsthebreakthroughgroup.com.au MUST be submitted no later than midday Friday 22nd June. Late submissions will not be considered.
Yorkeys Knob QLD 4878, Australia
Company Summary BGC (Australia) and its related companies have been formally acknowledged by the Housing Industry Association as Australias largest homebuilder. This means our diverse family of new home builder brands has met the needs of a uniquely varied range of Western Australians. Weve remained dedicated to delivering the great Australian dream, from the very first home, to the dream home. About the Role As part of WAs largest home building group, and the fastest growing builder in the South West, BGC Residential is looking for an experienced Prestart Consultant to join our dynamic team. Ideally this individual will also have experience in Contracts Administration, as you must be able to undertake a variety of these tasks. If youre ready to build an exciting career with a secure future “ youre on a good footing with us Skills Experience The ideal candidate for this role will have a thorough understanding of the building industry and the pre-construction process. Experience in Contracts Administration is highly desirable. You will be able to deliver solid product knowledge in a professional, personable manner and handle all related administration duties with promptness and efficiency. The successful candidate will possess the following skills and attributes Extensive pre-start experience within the Residential building industry Completion of a relevant HIA accreditation will be highly regarded High level of administration and computer literacy Exceptional communication skills Highly organised and shows consistent attention to detail Excellent customer service skills Well developed problem solving and the ability to multi-task High attention to detail Strong negotiation skills Positive and proactive attitude Benefits Here is your chance to become an integral member of a winning team in a frontline role. Working for BGC means you will receive a competitive salary, enjoy great staff benefits and be part of a leading Australian Building company. To find out more about the benefits of working with us, visit www.bgcstaffbenefits.com.au Health safety, Environment and Quality All BGC Residential employees have a responsibility to behave in a manner, which ensures their actions or omissions, do not adversely affect the health, safety, environment and well being of colleagues, contractors or members of the public. BGC Residential employees must comply and meet all responsibilities as outlined in BGC Residentials Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Policies and Procedures. Please note Shortlisted applicants will be required to provide a police clearance upon engagement of employment for relevant positions. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role. To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your CV by clicking the Apply Now button.
Davenport St, Karrinyup WA 6018, Australia
About the Position Anglicare™s Community Aged Disability teams provide support and services that enable our clients to maintain their independence - living happily and healthily within their own homes. We recognise that one size does not fit all, and working together is the key to great outcomes. To ensure the best possible care to clients, our clinical teams rely on the support provided by their administrative teams and an internal restructure has now created the exciting new position of Administration Coordinator. Our West Region team is looking for an experienced and passionate professional to oversee effective, efficient administration and scheduling processes throughout the region. This is a full time role predominantly based in Toowoomba, however travel to other service sites within the area will be required. About You With an extensive background in high-level administration and office management, your background and skills will include Significant experience in a senior administrative role that included successfully balancing your own workload with leadership responsibilities Management, guidance and support of multi-site teams previous mentoring experience would be beneficial Understanding of recruitment and on-boarding processes with the ability to manage and monitor individual and team training and development plans Ability to prepare complex documentation with accuracy, attention to detail and maintenance of confidentiality Knowledge of business analysis and capacity to prepare reports and data breakdown Understanding of, and experience working within quality frameworks, improvements and audits As a natural leader, with a proactive approach and a team-focused, collaborative attitude, you will also offer the additional attributes of Exceptional verbal and written communication skills able to manage, delegate or escalate matters as required The ability to prioritise effectively and work within multiple deadlines Strong rapport building capacity and the professionalism to maintain effective working relationships at all organisational and stakeholder levels Ability to utilise your initiative to make decisions and problem solve exercise discretion and professional judgement Advanced skills in Microsoft Office packages including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and the ability to learn new systems quickly and accurately Previous experience in the Community Aged Disability sector would be advantageous, but more importantly will be your commitment, passion and professionalism. You will engage with a wide range of people in a mature manner, with a consistent focus on supporting and advocating the reputation of Anglicare. Along with a National Police Certificate, you will be required to hold a current Queensland Driver Licence and a Diploma in Business Administration or similar field would be highly regarded. What We Offer Anglicare is committed to building a highly skilled workforce, assisted by a dedicated management team. We support our staff with learning and development initiatives, an employee benefits program and progressive human resources management strategies, and are recognised as a leading employer in the non-profit sector. You will also enjoy A chance to work across multiple service sites, making a difference within your local community The ability to increase your take home pay with full PBI salary packaging options The opportunity to work with a group of friendly and dynamic professionals within a growing industry Ongoing training and development with long term career opportunities Show Your Interest Apply now and be rewarded with a position that directly and positively influences the quality of life for our clients working within an organisation that values your professional contribution and personal well-being. Anglicare is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ communities, people with disabilities and people with a lived experience of mental health issues. We promote a child-safe environment and are committed to providing on-going care and protection. JOB NUMBER S3473 For further information please contact Jeramy Hope on 0429 053 360 Applications close Sunday 24th June 2018 Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position. About Us Every day the passionate staff and volunteers of Anglicare Southern Queensland are working to respond to growing community demand for our services. For over 140 years our staff have connected with people on every step of their life path, responding with compassion, creativity, commitment and courage to the needs of the members of our community who require support. Whether it is providing nursing care and domestic assistance in the home, physiotherapy to enable the return of mobility, emergency accommodation for victims of domestic violence, working with foster carers in the care of vulnerable children, a safe caring environment for the elderly, skills training for young unemployed people or parental education and counselling, Anglicare is here, to offer the best quality support to enable you to live the life that you want. Anglicare has a workforce of over 2500 people in Queensland across residential aged care, community care and a range of social services programs and is a proud member of the Anglicare Australia network. We provide the support in partnership with government and other support organisations in response to identified care needs throughout Southeast Queensland.
Blue Mountain Heights QLD 4350, Australia
No ordinary bookkeeping role. Also involves varied administrative functions Unique role requiring strong bookkeeping, computer administration skills Onsite parking, located on Brisbane™s northside The Opportunity An opportunity in a boutique accounting firm located in Banyo, on Brisbane™s northside, requires a full time BookkeeperAdministration Assistant to join their friendly and dynamic team. A bubbly and responsive candidate is needed to provide bookkeeping support and administration assistance. About the Company General Taxation Services values and recognises quality workers. Their environment would suit an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual with prior experience in a similar role. Duties and Responsibilities Working closely with the Practice Manager, you will be required to work autonomously across bookkeeping and administrative duties. Data entry including coding and input of transactions Bank reconciliations BAS and IAS preparation Greeting and assisting clients General administration support duties including filing, copying, tidying etc. Answering calls Organising and scheduling appointments Preparing quotes Requisite Skills Experience To be successful in this varied bookkeeping role with administrative functions, you must have demonstrated skills and abilities in the following areas Previous administration and bookkeeping experience is essential Previous experience within an accounting firm is highly advantageous BASIAS preparation experience High level of computer literacy Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (including Word, Excel, Outlook) Experience using XERO and MYOB will be highly regarded Strong administrative and problem-solving skills Highly organised with excellent communication skills Great ability to work to dead-lines and manage time-critical tasks Great ability to work independently once directed High degree of professionalism with the ability to maintain confidentiality Excellent attention to detail with the ability to identify errors and rectify them If you are interested in this opportunity and believe you have the required skills and experience, click on the APPLY button now. Only those candidates successful in the short listing process will be contacted in the coming fortnight for interviews.
Brisbane St, Silver Spring, MD 20902, USA
Who are we? In 1978, three brothers, Lawrie, Peter and Mark started a small family business out of a small garage in Dubbo. The brothers have built their business based their commitment to exceed expectations and provide benchmark quality, workmanship and client service. After nearly 40 years, they have maintained the same philosophy and have transformed Rawson Homes into one of NSW and ACTs leading home builders. Rawson Homes is ranked in New South Wales Top 500 companies and has become a diverse business spanning Home Building, Development, Construction and Land Development. As a result of exceptional growth, a position has become available for an experienced Administrator to join our growing team About the role Assist in the preparation of estimating files Assist in the preparation of purchase orders, subcontracts for all goods and service on site Follow up on price requests to suppliers and subcontractors for the provision of goods and services Liaise with Internal and External Stakeholders Provide clerical and administrative support to the Estimating Team from deposit through to construction To be successful for this role you must have 2-5 years experience in administration Excellent verbal and written skills Strong problem solving and analytical skills Advanced computer skills Acan-do attitude Benefits Competitive Salary Onsite gym available to our employees Social events hosted weekly Prime office location, close to shopping and public transport Flexible working arrangement Consistent growth and strong pipeline of work Does this sound like something youve been looking for? Click Apply now or email opportunitiesrawson.com.au
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Full Time Position Paths for career progression with a trusted national brand Discover a great place to work at Harvey Norman with over 180 stores nationwide. We are an Australian retail icon with a strong market reputation and performance in the retail categories of furniture and bedding, flooring, bathrooms and kitchen renovations, electrical goods, small appliances, technology and entertainment. We are seeking an enthusiastic focused Contracts Manager to join the team at the Taren Point Commercial Division. The Contracts Manager must have a good understanding of legal Contracts, negotiation and managing contractual changes to benefit the business. Managing a small team of 3 people, you will be responsible for Working closely with the Operations Manager and Sales Representatives to successfully evaluate, negotiate and execute contracts Establishing and maintaining supplier relationships by serving as a single point of contact for contractual matters Managing record keeping for all contract related correspondence and documentation Providing contract related issue resolution, both internally and externally. Maintaining the job management system - supplier client document control, subcontractor™s information Assisting in monitoring project safety and quality In order to be successful you must possess the following Formal education in Project Management preferred Minimum 2 years previous experience in a similar role Effective communication with Customers, Suppliers and Employees Great accuracy and attention to detail Great oral and written communication skills Good WHS knowledge Previous experience in a similar role Demonstrated negotiation and problem solving skills Ability to meet project objectives within designated constraints Team commitment Personal and professional presentation Have the ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines What we offer Generous staff discounts Harvey Norman is a strong advocate of career progression with a wide support network for professional development An environment where good performance is recognised and rewarded A flexible and positive work environment If this role exhilarates your passion for a new opportunity then please submit your application for consideration.
Caringbah South NSW, Australia
We are one of Australias fastest growing health food companies and are looking for an energetic individual to be part of our team. Your responsibilities will include First point of contact for all site visitors and business clients. Providing information to customers via inboundoutbound calls. Sending and receiving emails, messages in regards to customers orders or queries. Help manage the Ordering and Delivery systems Maintain office supply inventories and place orders as necessary Required Skills Interest in the Food and Fitness industry is a MUST. As a first point of contact to our customers you will have exceptional communication skills and a vibrant personality. This position requires basic computer skills, however the specific responsibilities of this position can be learned through on the job training. Be a quick learner and able to take on responsibility You must also be available to work weekends. Please note This is a full time position. In return we offer good remuneration, a fun office environment, great potential for career growth, free weekly lunches, meal tastings and a chance to be part of a rapidly growing business. If you feel you have what it takes, please email your CV and we will get back to you soon.
Guildford Rd, Guildford NSW 2161, Australia
ABOUT PAL BUDDHIST SCHOOL As Australias first and only Buddhist primary and high school, we are a pioneer school that aims at providing education that is open, honest and real. This occurs through the maintenance of a school and work environment that is founded on the development of the virtues of compassion, kindness, equanimity and generosity. We cultivate, in our students, a love for community, respect and appreciation, which in turn, provides a very wholesome environment for all staff and students. As such, we encourage applicants who are looking for a workplace where they can develop themselves professional, personally, and spiritually. Our school and work culture is one that aligns with collegiality, kindness and personal growth. ABOUT THE VACANCY We are looking to fill the position of Head of Administration with a candidate who is well-versed with office management, customer relations, and an ability to establish efficiency in administrative operations. You will have a leadership role in managing other staff members, as well as students. You will also have the opportunity to apply business-minded thinking and have the ability to derive innovative ideas for implementation. You will report directly to our Deputy Principal, working on strategy, business development, and nurturing relations with the families of our students. REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES Effective and passionate communicator Excellent organisational skills and self-discipline Excellent computer skills, including the use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook) Experience in customer service and people relations RESPONSIBILITIES Plan and coordinate administrative procedures and systems and devise ways to streamline processes Ensure efficient flow of the administration functions in the school, including school excursions, feespayments, enrolments, school tours, all school official written correspondence, Government liaison reporting, student and staff attendance, student reporting, visitors, etc. Provide secretarial assistance to the School Executive (Deputy Principal and Principal) Assess staff performance and provide coaching and guidance to ensure maximum efficiency Ensure the smooth and adequate flow of information within the company to facilitate other school operations, such as the school newsletter, and internal emails Manage the school timetable and individual staff schedules Organise and supervise other school events (Open Days, Awards Night, Parent-Teacher Interviews, Orientation Day, etc.) Monitor inventory of office supplies and the purchasing of new material with attention to budgetary constraints Monitor costs and expenses to assist in budget preparation Oversee facilities services, maintenance activities and tradespersons (e.g electricians) Ensure operations adhere to policies and regulations Keep abreast with all organisational changes and school developments
Cabramatta West NSW 2166, Australia
About the business Smithian Architectural Steel (Formerly SteelCraft Windows) specialise in the design, fabrication, and installation of bespoke architectural steel products for the building industry. We work with the most ambitious of clients, builders, architects and interior designers who value our design sensibility, and sharp eye for detail. About the role The successful applicant will be an Administration expert, who is focussed on using their experience to help our business run smooth and clean. The role is for a person who knows the value of solid team support, and is wanting to work with like-minded people. The applicant should have a positive attitude, and be looking to cement their place as an invaluable support member. Being able to take instruction, as well as use your own initiative where required, is essential. We would prefer some prior administration experience in manufacturing, construction, or trades, but will consider all applicants. Skills and experience Key Attributes and Skills include Professional presentation Good attitude (mature, reasonable, content with role) Able to self-manage Proactive around improving processes Long term prospect Minimum 10 years experience in similar roles Good with IT and office suite Key Responsibilities include Answering the phone and engaging clients Vetting calls and providing initial enquiry Information General filing Compiling and preparing documents for production Ordering materials and consumables Tracking orders and check-off of deliveries Dealing with general staff administration issues Liaising with accounts and payroll staff
Brunswick East VIC 3057, Australia
Minda™s Disability Choices supports people with a disability and their families, plan for the future, navigate the system, and find supports and services that are right for the person. We are looking for a passionate and dynamic person to be the face of our office in Mount Gambier. This full-time role will involve general day to day receptionist duties, along with ensuring our customers are invoiced correctly. For more than 115 years, families have trusted Minda to provide support in accommodation, respite, employment and lifestyle services to over 1700 people with intellectual disability and ASD. Minda™s vision is to maximise choice and inclusion for people with an intellectual disability to live extraordinary lives of their choosing. To be successful in the ReceptionistAdministration Assistant role you will have Previous experience with people with intellectual disability Highly developed and effective communication and interpersonal skills High level computer skills, including excel Ability to work autonomously and in a team environment Demonstrated administrative and organisational skills including data collection and reporting Previous experience in a similar role within a community service setting will be highly regarded. To access the Position Description and submit your application, please click on the Apply for this job button to be directed to the Minda website. Please ensure you quote the vacancy reference number 2018-900311-550 in your application. If this sounds like the challenge and opportunity you are looking for, we would love to hear from you. For further information about this role please contact Senior Manager Disability Choices, Gai Dawe on 08 7077 1152. Please read the position description to find out if you have the experience, skills and attributes that will lead to a successful appointment, and call us for a confidential discussion. Applications to be received no later than 9am, Monday 2 July 2018.
Mount Gambier SA 5290, Australia
This position is ideal for someone who is enthusiastic about working in healthcare, is passionate about customer service and enjoys working in a fast paced dynamic team environment. You will part of a dedicated medical imaging team that provide the highest quality imaging services together with exceptional patient care. The Role Along with providing exceptional customer service, your daily duties will include Reception, welcoming and processing patients Scheduling and managing patient appointments Accounts Receivable Following up medical information with various third parties Managing telephone enquiries Supporting Doctors Working with RadiographersRadiologists Patient information data entry General reception duties Skills and experience As first point of contact for our patients, we require the following Previous receptionmedical experience highly regarded A professional, patient and courteous manner Excellent articulation and telephone manner Strong communication skills Exceptional attention to detail Ability to work in a fast paced environment Strong computer skills Strong multitasking capabilities View our services via www.materimaging.com.au Training On-site training and support will be provided. Dont miss out on this fantastic opportunity to work in a highly rewarding job with a great team. Please note that due to the high volume of applications, only successful candidates will be contacted. Only Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents will be considered and need apply.
Sydney NSW 2060, Australia
City based company is looking for a capable person with good English writing skills who can assist the Office Manager and support the coordinators. The Office Coordinator should have ability to multitask and prioritize tasks, well-developed organisational skills, extensive software skills, ability to accurately entering data, and managing social media. SKILLS Excellent English writing Courteous phone manners Interest for social media and communication (Newsletters) Attention to details and ability to multi-task and prioritize Experience related to office administration DUTIES answering phones, receiving and directing clients taking customer orders and enter them into a tracking system assisting other team members clerical work (including invoicing process, maintaining records, filing and data entry) publishing on social media preparing monthly Newsletter This position is to commence ASAP. Email resumes to atlatl.com.au Email Please click the Apply Now button below
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Want to work for Australia™s 1 Commercial property firm, which is also an international real estate leader? Our Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) services business line works with some of the world™s leading organisations to provide them onsite Facility Management solutions. We manage concierge through to cleaning services, as well as reactive preventative maintenance, engineering safety. We also look at their leasing property requirements. IFM can also analyse and offer solutions on how to decrease their environmental footprint. So where would you fit into the team? You will be a part of the onsite JLL Facilities team based in North Ryde. You will be working closely with our global tech client and JLL to provide a customised front of house service. Here™s a snapshot of some of the day to day duties Providing a unique welcoming experience for guests, staff and visitors Handling incoming outgoing calls, referring helpdesk callers to online support groups You™ll be the go to specialist for all staff and guest enquiries Ensuring that reception areas, including desk seating areas are tidy presentable Meeting room bookings, set up organising of catering Issuing of security passes processing of car park bookings Ensuring all stationary orders supplies are maintained Ad hoc admin duties Sound like you? This is what we™re looking for You™ll be a front of house whizz and you™ll bring your strong ˜Customer Service A-Game™ to JLL. Your willingness to learn, can do attitude and stellar communication skills will enable you to shine in this position This is an outstanding opportunity to step into a corporate environment and sharpen your professional skills. What can we offer you? This is an opportunity to join an inclusive culture where team work is encouraged, diversity is embraced and hard work is rewarded Join us to develop your strengths and enjoy a fulfilling career full of varied experiences. Apply today Interested candidates please apply following the link below quoting job reference number JR76850BR JLL is committed to developing and maintaining a diverse workforce. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders applications and enquiries. You can also follow us and ask questions on TwitterJLLAustralia or join our LinkedIn group httplinkd.inJLLgroup
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Office ManagerDiary Manager Key responsibilities include Management of Goldstein electorate office, its core functions and staff Staff management, including performance management EOPARL Diary management Office budget, including planning and regular reporting Member and Office travel oversight and coordination Budget preparation monitoring Management Report reconciliation Database, contact lists management Building Office Maintenance Members personal support as required Some government service case management and correspondence Office planning “ leavestaffingresourcing Liaising with offices of other Ministers, Senators, MPs and external stakeholders Liaising with the Members staff and colleagues Occasional attendance to Parliament for sitting weeks (shared amongst staff) Coordinating room bookings, answering phone calls and providing other administrative support as needed and Administrative assistance to the Member. Applicants for this position should possess the following skills and experience Excellent people skills, with a proactive and energetic approach Excellent written and oral communications skills Discreet and confidential treatment of all issues and data Advanced organisational skills and attention to detail Well-developed office IT skills Budget management skills A commitment to attention to detail Experience in working in high performing and high pressure team environments Experience in managing a ministerial or senior executive diary An understanding of politics, government and parliamentary processes Experience in working in high performing and high pressure environments Ability to work as part of a team and Able to work beyond standard hours. The position is offered under the Members of Parliament (Staff) Act 1984 and conditions are outlined in the Commonwealth Members of Parliament Staff Enterprise Agreement 2016-2019. A commencing salary at EOC base salary between 75,008 ? 84,990 will be paid commensurate with experience. An additional allowance is payable in recognition of, and as compensation for, additional hours of work. A probationary period of 3 months will apply. Employment will require a national police check. Applications setting out details of experience along with the names of two referees should be forwarded to claire.ewart-kennedyaph.gov.au as well as to tim.wilson.mpaph.gov.au by 30 June 2018.
Patterson, Bentleigh VIC 3204, Australia