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Office Administrator Jobs In Sydney

NOW DISPLAYING 20 of 38 Office Administrator JOBS

Data Entry / Manifesting Clerk

Border Express Melbourne currently have a fantastic opportunity available for a Data Entry Manifesting Clerk to join the AM Operations team on a casual basis. The successful applicants will have the opportunity to enhance their existing skills by assisting with the administrative demands associated with a busy national Transport organisation. They will enjoy a work environment that is friendly and flexible, and in turn, it is expected that they will conduct themselves in a professional and autonomous manner. Our ideal candidate will possess the following key skills and experience Accurate data entry skills Great attention to detail with the ability to follow up on anomalies A responsible and professional attitude, with a high level of motivation and autonomy Ability to meet deadlines Ability to commincate well both written and verbally A can do attitude One of our core assets is our people. With both personal development activities and ongoing training opportunities, as well as employee Wellbeing programs in place, we are committed to developing high quality teams and individuals who provide a premium service to our customers.

location Gladstone St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia

Annotations Officer Brisbane

Who we are Auscript is Australias leading provider of court recording and transcription services, with more than 90 years of experience in the industry and seven offices throughout the country. Were part of a fast-growing, global group of companies, known for its innovative solutions that are driving digital transformation in the justice system. We tripled the size of our business two and a half years ago, and while we experienced growing pains, we have an ongoing goal to continue to build an enviable work culture and environment that inspires out employees. This mission remains as pertinent as ever as our award-winning solutions are poised to bring further global growth opportunities. For more information visit We are currently seeking expressions of interest for Workflow Officers to join our Annotation Team in Brisbane. The Annotations officer is responsible for logging of various court proceedings, in order to provide cues for typists and assist on-time delivery of transcripts to our clients. This entails monitoring pre-recorded and live court proceedings, and noting particulars and key events. You will be responsible for Maintaining positive relationships with key internal stakeholders Responding to deadlines by prioritising workloads appropriately Creating accurate Lognotes and Matter Artefacts in accordance with company procedure Providing matter segment times in accordance with the clients order types Alerting production to key events by making clear and precise notes as required Ensuring the on-time delivery of products by completing tasks within specified timelines Demonstrating the ability to juggle multiple concurrent tasks Producing high volume work without sacrificing quality You will have Strong clerical and administration skills Excellent grammar, spelling and syntax skills Intermediate to advanced keyboard skills Strong attention to detail A sense of urgency and results orientation A demonstrated ability to work autonomously and deliver to deadlines Experience in working with in the legal industry, or knowledge of legal terminology is advantageous, but not necessary

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

Bid Writer & Tender Co-ordinator | Full Time | McMahons Point

Compass Group is a world leader in catering and support services, employing more than 500,000 people across 50 countries who serve over 5 billion meals every year and is recognised as a top ten employer worldwide. Our Australian business employs approximately 14,000 people nationally who work across more than 450 sites. A Day in the Life As Bid Writer Tender Co-ordinator for our growing Urban business, you will work closely with both internal and external stakeholders in developing compelling proposals that reflect the key messages of our customer focussed and competitive operational solutions. Working with Bid Managers and Business Development leads, you will have a clear understanding of our client™s requirements and key win themes, the ability and expertise to create bids and proposals which clearly articulate winning solutions and be a team player ready to join a progressive and exciting business. Your main focus will be on the written and editorial aspects of bids, proposals and managing the bringing together of these documents in addition to creating other business development material. We are keen to hear from you if you have proven document management skills, can juggle several tasks at once and thrive on compressed deadlines and timelines Key Duties Understanding key client drivers and associated bid strategies and articulating the solution in clear, concise and compelling response, supported by evidence Developing forms, templates and collateral to streamline tender preparation and improve submission quality Liaise with bid management, business development and operational teams and other key stakeholders to anticipate and prepare for tender opportunities Coordinate the review of completed tenders to ensure quality, management of risk and compliance with company requirements Meet deadlines and quality expectations in document preparation and bid submission Establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders The Person Bid writing and co-ordination experience on large complex bids within contract catering and soft services industry an advantage Experience working on a range of opportunities (EOIs, RFTs, PPPs, consortium bids, etc.) is desirable Proven experience in writing successful proposals Knowledge and experience in the overall Microsoft suite An ability to multi-task and have an eye for detail, quality and presentation standards Strong analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills Highly developed interpersonal skills with multiple stakeholders (internal external) with the ability to interface credibly with peers Enthusiasm and drive to innovate and learn Why work with Compass? Compass Group is an organisation thats proud of its great people. We believe in the opportunity to recognise and develop great talent and offer many diverse opportunities for career advancement. Recognised as an employer of choice we also have an attractive benefits program including a competitive salary and incentive scheme, recognition programs including service and safety awards, team event days, site based benefits and company discounts.

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia

Online Content Administrator

A fantastic, urgent opportunity exists with a leading retailer for an experienced Content Administrator. Working as a part of a close knit team, this is a great time to join. They are offering an initial 6 month contract, however there are real prospects for a further extension. You will be located in the heart of the Melbourne CBD within easy reach or trains, buses and trams. The role is working with Digital products to ensure that the style is engaging and will delight its audience. Essentially, the following skills are required Administration skills (Intermediate to strong Excel). Excel functions such as V-Lookups are a must Proven Data Entry experience Strong attention to detail Great written and verbal communication skills Excellent time management skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment The ability to work closely with the business to update business critical information in a timely fashion There are also opportunities for extension in a company undertaking transformation. Its a great opportunity to work with a great brand in the retail space. Please email your resume today

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Reward Centre Administrator - Part-time

Synchro Marketing is a multi-award winning Incentive Marketing Agency delivering bespoke Sales Force, Channel, Enterprise Wide and Customer Loyalty Programs for a diverse range of market leading Clients. We seek enthusiastic and detail minded candidates with good communication skills and high attention to detail, to join our Reward Centre Team for 2 to 3 days per week. This part-time position will suit those applicants who are in the process of completing their accounting commerce business qualifications. Microsoft computer skills are mandatory, specifically Excel and Word. Specific duties encompass the reward administrative and fulfilment activities for our Client Reward Programs, working closely with our Account Service and Accounting Teams including Receiving and despatch of Program Rewards Reward Supplier Liaison Product and Pricing database updates Distribution Management Proactive communication on Reward Centre performance Working hours may be flexible to suit someone completing their tertiary studies. Forward your personal details to

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia

Contracts Coordinator

NRMA Parks and Resorts ATPM is known as Australias leading innovator in the holiday park industry. Our fast-growing portfolio features 38 parks and resorts in iconic tourism locations around Australia. Last year guests stayed nearly 12 million nights at Australian parks (up 13 in 12 months), making this booming industry extra-exciting for career progression. NRMA Parks and Resorts seeks a Contracts Coordinator to assist and support the Contracts and Compliance Manager. Working from our Coolangatta office, this position will suit an individual who is seeking a new challenge and wants the opportunity to learn, grow and develop within a fantastic team of like-minded individuals. About the role The key tasks and responsibilities of the role include Managing and updating Client contracts, leases and service agreements Park and client reporting Tender preparation and administration Park Management Audits Compliance reporting and tracking Assist with acquisition takeover process. Administrative support Assist with legislation research Provide support in recruitment and induction of new park management teams Assist with the implementation of the training park and continual performance. About You As part of this role, you will possess strong attention to detail, and be able to demonstrate experience in contract management and business administration. You will have the ability to communicate effectively at all levels across an organisation both written and verbally. Why work for us? NRMA Holiday Parks Resorts offer a friendly office environment, great beachfront office location, social events staff benefits program and training opportunities with a competitive salary package. For further information about ATPM and NRMA Holiday Parks Resorts, visit our website If this looks like your next role please apply through Seek. We are proudly diverse and are committed to fostering an inclusive culture where all people are valued, respected and able to contribute their talents to drive organisational performance. We encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Only candidates who have been shortlisted will be contacted.

location Bilinga QLD 4225, Australia

Call Centre Representative - West Perth

Permanent Full Time Customer Service Role - 38 Hours Per Week 47,680 pa salary including super + monthly bonus + annual leave loading Able to commit to 7 weeks full time am or pm training at start of employment About the role You will be working in a team environment representing the Department of Human Services (DHS), assisting customers with queries and providing customer solutions over the telephone (no sales or outbound calling). To ensure success in this role you will be provided with comprehensive paid training. To be successful in this role you will have the ability to build a relationship with customers over the phone feel comfy working with targets and goals act with integrity in all customer interactions multi-task to assist and satisfy customer needs in a courteous and friendly way use a computer gain enjoyment from the work you do assisting customers work within a roster Monday to Friday 7am - 7pm able to commit to 7 weeks full time am or pm training at start of employment What we can offer you a diverse, supportive, fun team environment “ everyone is welcome here, and our differences make us stronger development and opportunities for career progression an environment filled with fun, respect, integrity, innovation and transparency brand new purpose built office with modern facilities in a beautiful West Perth location a social club, awards nights, reward and recognition, theme days, family focused environment you will have access to paid annual leave, paid long service leave, paid sick leave and many other benefits including our Employee Assistance Program an environment built on Open Book Management principles where we educate you about our business and provide the opportunity to profit share excellent end of trip facilities 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. You must be an Australian citizen to apply for this role and be prepared to complete an Entry Level Check. About us 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.

location Curtin Stadium, Bentley WA 6102, Australia

Contracts and Procurement Coordinator

Part Time Position (22.5 hours per week) 6 Months Contract (LSL Replacement) Malvern Location Generous Salary Packaging Options This position is responsible and accountable for contract negotiations, procurement, fleet and insurance and will work with the Property and Contracts Administrator in relation to contracts administration. This is an integral role in developing and negotiating tenders and tender quotations for the provision of mecwacare™s large contracts and procurement arrangements by ensuring clients, customers and key stakeholders needs are met through provision of quality services. To be successful in this role you will have Tertiary qualification in management or working towards the same in Business andor project management Contract management experience and training Procurement management experience and training Strong leadership skills Commitment to internal and external customer service and quality outcomes and Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills. Desirable Post graduate qualification related to agedcommunity services Experience in Aged care, community services, hotel services andor retail Understanding of OHS requirements and responsibilities and demonstrated knowledge of manual handling plant requirements mecwacare is a leading not-for-profit organisation with a reputation for excellence. mecwacare has provided care to the Victorian community for over 58 years, offering residential aged care, home care packages, respite care, in-home support, community housing, community programs, disability and nursing services. We provide optimal choice for people of all ages, irrespective of financial, religious, cultural or lifestyle background. We care for more than 14,000 people each week across greater Melbourne and regional Victoria through a highly-integrated service network operated by more than 1,600 employees and 350 volunteers. mecwacare offers opportunities for professional development, with an ongoing learning culture and supportive team environment. If you are looking for a caring work environment, are driven to provide high quality care and wish to benefit from our generous salary packaging options, please contact us. All successful applicants will need to undergo a Police Check. Enquiries to Neil Thorpe, Executive General Manager- Corporate Services on 8573 4832

location Malvern VIC 3144, Australia

Site Administrator

About Us GE Renewable Energy - Amid growing electricity demand, rising fuel costs, and climate change concerns, GE Renewable Energy is focused on providing wind, hydro and innovative power solutions for customers around the globe. With over 125 years of experience powering the world, GE has now become the largest renewable energy producer in the world, providing a wide range of offerings to meet customer needs. About the Role This is a 12-month contract, with possible extension. The Site Administrator will provide comprehensive administrative support to our Coopers Gap Wind Farm site. You will report directly to the Construction Site Manager and be responsible for supporting the GE Team (EHS, Installation and Commissioning teams). Duties will include but not limited to Meet and greet clients and visitors as needed and escorts their arrival on site Perform general duties to include but not limited to photocopying, faxing, mailing, filing, posting, recording meeting minutes, general data entry, notice board updates etc. Setup and coordinate meetings and conferences Prepare miscellaneous reports and assist with special projects on a weekly or monthly basis and track site activity metrics Maintain the appearance, stock and consumable control in the office Maintains site documents, templates and policies which will be a mix of hard copy and electronic files and handle sensitive or confidential documents responsibility and with integrity. General accounts and invoice enquiries Assist with Onboarding Departure processing with vendors and new hiresexits Create and modify documents using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint About You The ideal candidate will have proven experience working in a high-profile and high-paced construction environment, with great customer service skills that exhibits the desire to go above and beyond. We™re looking for someone that is a self-starter and able to use their own initiative and work well in a team environment. You will work with all different teams on site and need to be able to effectively interact with all levels of staff (Senior Leaders, Team Leaders and Technicians, etc.) with your strong written and verbal communication skills. Other skills experience may include An administrative qualification or certificate will be highly regarded however no formal qualifications are necessary Experience in the wind farm industry Ability to work overtime as needed Strong organisational skills with the ability to multi-task in an environment of changing priorities. What™s on Offer? 4 weeks annual leave Competitive salary A generous paid parental leave policy Extensive professional development opportunities Long term career opportunities (locally and globally) Flexible working options Generous discounts for goods services via our employee benefits program (think travel, entertainment shopping)

location Queensland 4610, Australia

Contract Administrator

Conveniently based in East Perth, this is an excellent opportunity to flex your contract administration skills and building knowledge. In this integral role, you will be working part of a dynamic team with strong foundations within one of Australia™s most successful privately owned construction groups About the Company BGC (Australia) and its vertically integrated group of companies that both manufactures and supplies its own building activities is Western Australias largest homebuilder. Impressions the Home Builder is a successful builder within the Perth residential market creating quality home designs. An important part of our growth and success is our people. About the Role We are seeking an experienced Contract Administrator within the residential building industry to guide our clients through the pre-construction process. The core responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to Preparing contract documentation Conducting Prestart meetings which includes explaining the plans and completing the colour selections Providing a professional service to our clients from point of sale to commencement of construction Liaising with internal staff and external contractors. Skills and Experience The ideal candidate will have the following attributes A minimum of 2 years™ experience in a Prestart or Contract Administration role within the residential building industry Excellent verbal and written communication skills Well-developed organisational skills with the ability to multi task A high attention to detail Exceptional customer service An understanding of land developer and local government requirements is preferred, but not essential An enthusiastic team player with a positive and proactive attitude. Benefits This is an excellent opportunity to work within a dynamic business unit in an integral support role within a winning team. Working for Impressions means you will enjoy great staff benefits being part of a leading Australian Building company. You can view these benefits at 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 Residential Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Policies and Procedures. Please note shortlisted applicants may 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 express your interest for this fantastic opportunity, please submit your resume by clicking the ˜Apply Now™ button.

location Curtin Stadium, Bentley WA 6102, Australia

Sales Administrator

Clark Equipment Sales Pty Ltd, a leading distributor of Bobcat and other Construction and Material Handling equipment has a vacancy for a Sales Administrator at the Smithfield Branch in Sydney. We are looking to employ an enthusiastic and well-presented person to carry out clerical duties which will include Sales order processing including finance and equipment documentation Invoicing new and used equipment transactions Transport coordination EBS data base maintenance Responding to inbound calls and directing them as required Raising purchase orders for external suppliers as required Day to day liaison and support for the sales team Equipment sales transaction file maintenance General administration duties Applicants will have previously completed a general office operationsbusiness course andor have several years™ experience in office procedures and have completed their HSC. The successful candidate should possess Very good computer literacy in Microsoft Excel and Word good phone manner have strong attention to detail current driver™s license Salary will be discussed at the interview. Please forward your letter of introduction and resume to

location Woodpark NSW 2164, Australia

Projects Assistant – Commercial Solar

Company Solargain is a dynamic, professional and ethical organisation specialising in solar PV, battery storage and solar hot water solutions. We are a national company and listed amongst the largest providers in the country. Solargain has invested in a highly skilled, dedicated team which has grown to be one of the market leaders in commercial and industrial solar systems Australia wide. With a growing commercial solar market, we are now looking to expand our Melbourne office team servicing Victoria, ACT and New South Wales. Role Based in West Melbourne, we are looking for a customer-focused team member who can ensure the efficient and effective administration of our East Coast Commercial operations. The position is best suited to someone who is energetic and highly professional with the drive and skillset to ensure timely delivery of high quality projects to our customers and partners. Duties Assist with applications relevant to our solar projects, for example, energy retailer and network distributor applications Coordinate and follow-up with external stakeholders such as customers, installers, network distributors, retailers inspectors Ensure accurate and timely entries into internal programs for solar compliance submissions Collect and issue project handover documentation Issue purchase orders and process invoices and General office administration duties. Skills Experience Proven experience in office administration andor assisting and coordinating multiple projects (essential) Past administrative positions in a construction or contractor environment would be well regarded Intermediate experience using Microsoft Outlook, Word Excel Team orientated Diligent with attention to detail Professional responsive, with a can-do attitude Excellent time management and organisational skills. Requirements Drivers Licence Successful applicants will hold a current police clearance or be able to provide one within one month of commencing employment and The position is open to Australian citizens or persons that have a valid and unrestricted right to work in Australia. Culture Solargain is a 100 Australian owned family business. We encourage you to develop your career in an exciting and growing industry with a market leading renewable energy system provider. We strive to be the brand of choice for sustainable energy solutions. How to Apply This role is available immediately, please click APPLY to submit your application.

location West Melbourne VIC, Australia

Contracts Admin Officer

Our client is looking for a Contracts Administrator with the following experience- The development and administration of contracts Experience in tendering and procurement in the Public Sector Preparation of budgets and monitoring the financial performance of contracts Ability of evaluate and recommend contract variation proposals Verification of contractor invoices Ability of negotiate and liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders at all levels Well-developed conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills Please apply via the link below.

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

Accounts & Administration Officer

10 month fixed term “ maternity cover Varied and interesting role Close to CBD location You would enjoy working in a close-knit team with a key organisation established to regulate and advance food safety in Victoria. High industry standards are maintained through a system utilising licences, inspections and audited quality assurance programs that are designed to ensure regulation, but also opportunities for industry growth and innovation. It is a highly respected statutory authority, known for its unique approach to industry standards and compliance as well as its own corporate values. This is a varied and interesting role that encompasses accounts administration including Accounts Payable and Receivables, bank reconciliations, the preparation of financial management reports as well as BAS, PAYG and FBT requirements. You will also undertake the processing of new licence applications, co-ordinate the bi-annual renewal process and also handle enquiries from industry with regard to various licensing matters. In this sense, you not only provide vital accounts and finance support, but you are also a key member of the licensing process that underpins this organisations mandate. You are not sitting in the back office, you will regularly liaise with key staff in a close and collaborative team. To that end, your strong written and verbal communication skills will see you build rapport with a range of internal and external stakeholders ensuring key business objectives are met. If you have well-developed MYOB and MS Office skills (especially Excel) combined with the necessary attention to detail, and enjoy working in a small team environment, this could well be a perfect role for you. It™s a 10 month contract which gives you long tenure and as a respected government body, there will likely be future opportunities referred to you. Please feel free to give me a call to discuss. Andrew Telburn on 0412 342 073. Applications close Wednesday 29th August

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

SMIC Contract Administrator

Why Work For Thales? At Thales, we™re committed to caring about the whole of you. Creating an environment of trust and empowerment where your contribution is valued, where your well-being counts and you can manage the right work-life balance for you. We believe that embracing flexibility is a smarter way of working. We™re always open to discussing your individual needs, just let us know what works for you. That commitment extends through our generous benefits package that™s why Thales were the first Engineering company in Australia to pay the superannuation guarantee on unpaid primary carer™s leave. Whether you want to work for 4 years and get paid to take the 5th year off, or you just need help finding a childcare place, you™ll have our support every step of the way. Developing Your Career We™re committed to giving you opportunities to be your best. We believe in embracing the passion and potential of our people, and to achieve this we offer market leading training, development and experiences, along with the opportunity to be mentored and coached by some of the smartest minds in the industry. We hire from within as our first priority, so you™ll have a myriad of opportunities within our diverse, global organisation. About Thales We™re inventing the future, right here, right now, at Thales. We design the critical security solutions of tomorrow by combining the curiosity to explore, the intelligence to question and the vision to create. Together we clarify complicated problems by combining our experience in the market with our leading research and development capabilities. Our Opportunity As part of Thales Australia, Australian Munitions is the largest supplier of explosive ordnance to the Australian Defence Force, with a successful track record delivering ammunition, propellants, explosives and related services. Manufacturing is based at two main regional sites “ Benalla in Victoria and Mulwala in New South Wales. Our Benalla site produces ammunition, explosive ordnance and other munitions, while the Mulwala site focuses on high quality propellants and explosives. Working closely with the Contract Manager , the role of Contract Administrator is to support the achievement of the Company™s financialstrategic objectives, to ensure compliance with contractual undertakings and to ensure the commercial integrity of commitments being made on behalf of the Company. Responsibilities Assist in the compiling of agreement and contract change proposals, in accordance with contract requirements and obligations Receive, acknowledge and prepare formal responses to customers Maintaining Contract Deliverables and customer data Preparation of Contract Progress Meeting agendas, coordinating such Contract Progress Meetings with customers Preparation of Delivery Reports in conjunction with the Contract Manager in accordance with set deadlines About You Qualifications in a financial, business management or recent practical experience in a similar role Competent user of Microsoft products, especially Word, Power Point and Excel Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and customers both verbally and written form Strong time management ability and highly organised to meet deadlines Ability to build rapport with a large variety of stakeholders within a large organisation Special Requirements Must be an Australian Citizen to be eligible for a Defence Security Clearance and access information covered by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. Drivers licence essential due to covering two sites and flexibility to fly interstate for monthly client meetings. We believe that embracing flexibility is a smarter way of working. We™re an equal opportunity employer who is open to discussing your individual needs, just let us know. To Apply To be considered for this role, please click the apply button. .

location Victoria 3672, Australia

Corporate Affairs Coordinator

30ph + super Immediate Start 3 Month Assignment with the potential for extension The Organisation A leading Financial Services organisation with a strong media presence. Based in the heard of the CBD with state of the art offices, friendly supportive colleagues who love arranging social events The role Working within the Corporate Affairs team you will be on hand to coordinate responses to inbound inquiries from the general public. Assist with the monitoring of daily news and social media coverage. Assist int he presentation of media summaries along with various administrative tasks as required. This is a busy role that would suit a self starter who enjoys working in a fast paced ever changing environment. If this sounds like you get in touch, this role wont be around for long

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Personal Assistant - Chartered Accounting

35ph + super Temporary Assignment - Immediate start CBD Location The Company A leading Chartered Accounting firm are seeking an experienced Personal Assistant to join their small team. Based in the CBD with everything you need on your doorstep. Along with a great supportive team, Friday drinks and fantastic incentives, what are you waiting for? The Role Your role will see you support three Partners along with a wider team. You will be surrounded by a close-knit team who are supportive, passionate and dedicated. You will provide high level administrative support this includes typing and formatting reports and documents, email and diary management, and providing minutes and agendas of meetings. You will be responsible for processing expense claims, reconciliations, month end reports and preparing presentations. If this role sounds like its for you, apply today The Day-to-Day General day-to-day administration support Extensive email and diary management Preparing reports and documents Managing travel arrangements Processing monthly expense claims Digital dictation typing Database management Preparation of month end reports, budgets and workflow Skills and Experience Experience within professional services is highly regarded Great attention to detail with the ability to work under pressure Polished and professional presentation Strong Microsoft Office skills Ability to work as part of a team and autonomously Proactive approach and œcan do attitude

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Online Store Coordinator

Billini is an on-trend fashion footwear and accessories brand taking the industry by storm. Our stylish designs, high quality and value for money have set the stage for our continued success and growth. Billini can be found in more than 500 leading boutiques and footwear chains Australia-wide as well as its own 10 retail stores located in NSWACT and online at We are seeking a passionate, results driven and experienced Online Store Coordinator who is ready to take on their dream job with a company offering great opportunities and benefits. Main responsibilities Delivering exceptional customer service via phone, email or live chat pre and post purchasing regarding product information, orderstracking, stock enquiries, complaintsissues and other general enquiries Processing of all online orders and credit notes using a variety of systems including EParcel, Magento, Paypal, Commweb, Afterpay, and AP21 Uploading and management of all products using the Magento Platform including merchandising categories on the site Liasing with retail stores in an effort to process all store to door orders in a timely manner Processing of all returns and credits Assist in reporting to the Marketing Department by ensuring the online store looks and functions according to company expectations Focus on meeting and exceeding weekly sales KPIs in an effort to grow sales online through exceptional gold class service and returning customers General office duties. The successful candidate will Have a minimum of 2 year experience in a similar role Strive to always offer the highest level of customer service possible with a bubbly and can-do attitude Able to multi task and prioritise in an ever-changing fast paced environment Be able to work autonomously, taking initiative and following through with clients in a timely manner Have excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong attention to detail Computer literacy with particular use of Microsoft Office, Internet, Apparel21, Zendesk and Magento Have exceptional administration skills and a high level of computer literacy with good experience using Microsoft Excel and Word as well as an internet savvy approach Be extremely organised, energetic, positive, and the love of fashion and footwear is a bonus If you would like to join a creative, highly motivated and professional team and would like the opportunity to be challenged and rewarded for your hard work then please apply now This role is a Full-time Permanent Position. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

location Sydney NSW 2204, Australia

Program Support Officer

Transport Service Grade 7 (98,955 - 110,830), plus employer™s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading Temporary Full Time Opportunity (Maternity Leave cover up to November 2019) Sydney CBD Location The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for a Program Support Officer to be a part of our Customer Services Division within Transport for NSW. Reporting directly to the Program Interface Manager, Wayfinding this role plays a key part in demonstrating Transport™s values of customer focus, safety, integrity, collaboration and solutions to achieve outstanding outcomes for customers and the organisation. The Program Support Officer is responsible for day-to-day project management, operational and administrative activities to support the delivery of the Wayfinding Program in accordance with time, cost, quality, performance and scope objectives to meet TfNSW requirements. We are looking for a Program Support Officer who has a commitment to customer service, demonstrated accountability and strong organisational skills. A successful applicant would ideally have experience liaising with internal and external stakeholders, maintaining administrative documentation, management of timesheets and invoice processing from contractors is overall an outcome-oriented person. For more information on this role, view the role description here. About us At Transport, our vision is for a truly integrated transport system that will meet the needs of our customers now and into the future. The Transport portfolio includes Transport for NSW as principal agency with Sydney Trains, NSW Trains, State Transit Authority and Roads and Maritime Services as our key operating agencies. We are a values based organisation and employ the most talented people to work together to deliver services for our customers and make NSW a better place to live, do business and visit. Benefits At Transport our people have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. These include flexible working arrangements, professional development opportunities, health and wellbeing programs, and a program that helps you stay connected with work before, during and after parental leave. Check out our Employee Benefits Guide to find out more about the benefits available to you when you join Transport. Our commitment to Diversity Great people come from all walks of life and at Transport for NSW we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Essential requirements Relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent demonstrated experience Please note The successful candidate will need to undertake background checks and criminal record checks. How to apply To apply for this role, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses The reason for your interest in this role, and How your skills and experience suit the role For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here or for more information on Transport for NSW please click on link provided. For any enquiries, please contact John Roberts on 02 8574 3612 and quote 00006DQU. If you encounter technical issues please contact I Work for NSW Support Team on 1800 562 679 (Mon-Fri) or Applications close 1159pm, Thursday 30 August 2018.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Executive Assistant (4 days perweek, 12 month contract) - Sydney

Join our Core Business Services (CBS) team and you will help support the important business enablement functions that keep our organisation running strong. As a CBS professional, you will work across teams to provide the knowledge, resources and tools that help EY deliver exceptional quality service to our clients, win in the marketplace and support EY™s growth and profitability. Major teams within CBS include Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, Enterprise Support Services, Brand Marketing and Communications, Business Development, Knowledge and Risk Management. Join our Enterprise Support Services (ESS) team and you will provide comprehensive, quality administrative and support services for all of our EY member firms. Our ESS professionals span a wide range of vital roles, from administrative support to facilities management, creative design, tax return processing, file management and emergency preparedness. With so many offerings, you have the opportunity to develop your career through a broad scope of engagements, mentoring and formal learning. That™s how we develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders, and in so doing, play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities. Sound interesting? Well this is just the beginning. Because whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. About the opportunity As an executive assistant, you™ll develop your skills by providing support services to some of Australias largest organisations. Your experience in business communication will help you to build effective relationships with important stakeholders and senior leaders. You™ll have autonomy and clear responsibilities, working in our friendly, collaborative environment. Your talents will be respected and you™ll be supported in developing the career path you choose. In your role as an Executive Assistant you will Provide high level support to a small group of Partners and Executives Organise and manage comprehensive diaries, travel and accommodation Screening emails, responding andor actioning as required Prepare expense claims and timesheets on a weekly basis Screen phone calls and messages, and follow-up actions, referring to the relevant team member when appropriate Prepare and revise documents including presentations, emails, reports, agendas and papers Coordinate client events, internal and external, as required, both within Australia and across Asia Pacific Work as a team across multiple parts of the business, developing relationships and building strong networks externally and internally across the firm. About you We™re looking for people with the following experience A least 2-3 years in either previous EA experience or customer service and event support, supporting multiple executives in a corporate environment The demonstrated ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Intermediate in the use of Microsoft Office suites Excellent attention to detail and ability to multi-task Strong communication skills including telephone manner and interpersonal skills A strong team member with an ability to work across multiple teams Experience in a professional services environment is highly regarded. About us EY is a global professional services organisation providing advisory, assurance, tax and transaction services. We are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, our clients and our communities. And we are united by our shared values and a dedication to delivering exceptional client service. Interested? We want to help you reach your goals. We will challenge you with opportunities that utilise your unique talents, interests and skills. Building on your strengths is just one more way we build a better working world, our goal is to help you achieve yours. Create the career you want and apply today. The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ernst Young or by their external third party provider. © 2017 Ernst Young, Australia. All Rights Reserved.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia