Admin Manager Jobs In Sydney

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  • Administrator

    Energetic, friendly team of 190+ employees. We are NOT requiring your resume at this stage, so please complete all the requested information on the application...

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Administrator

    Keep and maintain a filing system. Administration work around leases. You will be working for a boutique property management company, reporting directly to...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Manager Sector Training and Access

    Ongoing opportunity based in Sydney (with potential move to Parramatta in 2020) Clerk Grade 11-12, Competitive package 121,917 - 140,996 plus super Do work that matters Liquor Gaming NSW (LGNSW) within the Regulatory Operations branch is responsible for the overall regulatory framework across liquor, registered clubs and gambling activities in NSW. LGNSWs responsibilities include compliance, enforcement and licensing functions, regulatory education and training, and providing policy advice, program evaluation and executive support to the NSW Government. A key focus of this role is to lead the sector training team to design and deliver a contemporary industry training frameworks to promote and support responsible and sustainable industries across LGNSW regulated industries. The Manager is also responsible for managing and administering the mandated liquor and gaming training and associated processes with Registered Training Organisations. The role also leads the community access team, which undertakes community engagement and promotes community participation in liquor and gaming regulation. Across both teams, the Manager will promote an environment of continuous improvement, leading and participating in project teams to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of service delivery and inform policy development. About you You are a talented individual with experience in the design, delivery and implementation of education initiatives and resources in a range of formats. You have superior verbal and written communication skills, and can accurately and appropriately represent the organisation™s position on key programs and initiatives. You have experience in managing the expectations of a wide range of stakeholders where there are conflicting priorities and expectations, facilitating collaboration and resolving contentious issues. You have strong project management capabilities and can manage multiple competing projects and deliver results within tight timeframes. If you are passionate and ready to grow your career apply now by submitting your resume (max five pages) and cover letter (max two pages). To review the Role Description click here Applications Close Tuesday, 12 February 2019, 11.55 pm For a confidential discussion contact Kristen Daglish Rose, Director Customer Experience and Regulatory Education kristen.daglish.roseliquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au Our commitment to Diversity The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements. You can learn more about what we do and our strategic priorities by visiting the Department of Industry website. Please note that we are also developing Talent Pools for upcoming opportunities across the Department and welcome applications for this purpose.

    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Facilities Assistant

    Are you an organised, enthusiastic and communicative administrative leader with experience working in facilitates? Are you looking for an entry level admin job in a fun, creative industry? DDB Group Australia is expanding our administrative team to support our growing office. We are looking for an organised Facilities Assistant to support this growth. As a true jack of all trades, this person will cover reception, manage daily office upkeep and complete general administrative tasks. What Youll Do Greet and oversee all agency visitors, making them feel welcome to DDB Accept incoming phone calls and direct them accordingly Manage all couriers, both incoming and outgoing Develop excellent realationships with internal staff, key clients and industry partners Support in facilities responsibilities managing meeting rooms, stantionary, highly used areas and event coordination What Youll Bring Previous reception andor facilities assistant experience is desirable Impressive communication skills Ability to think creatively and stay calm in high pressure situations Proficient in Microsoft Office, ideally Outlook, Excel and Word What We Offer DDB Group Australia creates œunreasonable growth for businesses and brands through fame, feeling and fluency. We represent some of Australia™s largest and most notable companies to help support their strategy, brand and public message. We appreciate innovation, collaboration and of course, creativity. At DDB, we care about our employees. We understand you have a life at work and a life at home. We work in a large open concept space in Sydney, offering a range of perks for our employees. Summer hours, onsite café, frequent massages, and weekly happy hours are just a few reasons why our employees love our office. Our founder, Bill Bernbach, started DDB with the mentality that each person he hired had to be both talented and nice. We continue to push this mentality today in all of our talent acquisition practices. We have all the benefits of a small operation, while being a part of a globally recognized brand. Operating in six continents, each DDB office operates independently, but remains owned by Omnicom, one of the leading marketing and communication companies in the world Please Note We do not need any 3rd party recruitment support on this position. Any unsolicited candidates will not be considered. You must have full working rights in Australia to be considered for this position.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Managing office reception All applications treated in the strictest confidence and immediate start preferred....

    location Balmain East NSW 2041, Australia


  • Administrator

    Energetic, friendly team of 190+ employees. We are NOT requiring your resume at this stage, so please complete all the requested information on the application...

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Senior Administrator

    6-month contract with the opportunity to go permanent Based in the Inner West close to public transport links Paying 30-35hr + super ABOUT THE ROLE The Senior Administrator is responsible for providing administrative support in all aspects under the area of Curriculum Management. This position will report into 3 Senior staff within the school. Main responsibilities include Manage the administration of Yr 7-12 Assessment Calendar and provide high level support to the Curriculum staff. Extract, collate and analyse data, produce data reports were necessary Oversee and manage on-line entries of subject choices, and ensure the accurate dispatcher of exam papers to designated examiners Help with the production of student report twice per year, including the collection and data entry of outcome descriptors, academic profiles and class and teacher details Help provide relief teacher back-up to Head of School Administrator, help analyse data of sick leave, annual leave and other. Perform role in accordance with statutory obligations, organisation values and policies, adhere to the Code of Conduct and ensure completion and compliance training requirements are delivered and executed. ABOUT YOU Proven experience working within a fast-paced administration role, preferably within a school environment High attention to detail, with a highly reliable and professional attitude Highly organised with the ability to multi-task, action orientated and the ability to meet strict deadlines Developed interpersonal skills, excellent communication both written and verbal, with the ability to earn trust and credibility Demonstrated ability to exercise a high degree of confidentiality and privacy The ability to wok independently, whilst also consulting and contributing positively to a team setting Current First Aid Qualifications desirable, must hold current WWCC or be willing to get a WWCC CULTURE AND BENEFITS Great working environment, the opportunity to work autonomously and as a team Close to public transport links Opportunity to go permanent HOW TO APPLY If you would like to know more about this role, please call Emily, 02 9093 4938, or apply below by submitting your resume

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Operations Manager

    Current Resume with personal and professional referees. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 12pm 4219. Must have a valid unrestricted drivers license....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Workforce Management Analyst

    location New South Wales 2020, Australia


  • Mandarin Speaking Operations Coordinator of Sydney office

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Course Administrator

    Family Planning NSW is the states leading provider of reproductive and sexual health services. As an independent not“for“profit organisation we offer expert clinical care, information and advice for every body in every family as well as education and training and evidence“based research to support doctors, nurses and other professionals.

    location Sydney NSW 2131, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Managing the Reception area and daily office operations. HR duties “ onboarding and offboarding staff, maintaining employee files....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator

    Energetic, friendly team of 190+ employees. We are NOT requiring your resume at this stage, so please complete all the requested information on the application...

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Your key tasks and responsibilities will include but not be limited to monitoring outgoing expenditure and invoices, banking, buyer payments, vendor payments,...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Supervisor - The Sutherland Hospital

    Employment Type Temporary Full Time Position Classification Admin Off Lvl 6 Remuneration 68913 - 70619 per annum Temporary Contract until 21022020 Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ87115 What youll be doing The vision for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) is ˜exceptional care, healthier lives™. SESLHD is committed to enabling our community to be healthy and well, and to providing the best possible compassionate care when people need it. Providing a high level of administrative and leadership support to Southcare via a centralised administration team. To provide expertise in relation to information technology, billing practices and clinical information management systems to ensure optimal service efficiency. To lead and manage an administrative team, ensuring maximisation and efficient use of human workforce resources. South Eastern Sydney Local Health District is committed to equal employment opportunity and embraces diversity and inclusion within its workforce. As such, people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. This includes, but is not limited to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, People with Disability, Women and People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds. Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing. Selection Criteria Relevant administration qualifications and or equivalent extensive work experience. Proven ability to lead, manage and support a multi-skilled administration team with demonstrated experience initiating and implementing changes to improve service delivery and outcomes. Demonstrated recent experience in staff performance management, recruitment and selection and the facilitation of performance appraisals. Proven ability to prioritise own and team workload, delegating appropriately to ensure key service areas are meeting targets. Demonstrated high level verbal and written communication skills with a demonstrated ability to liaise with all levels of personnel and problem solve to ensure optimal service delivery and outcomes. Demonstrated advanced information Technology skills and Information Management System experience with high level data entry accuracy. Demonstrated recent experience effectively developing and managing extensive filing systems in accordance with mandatory guidelines. Proven recent experience of online requisitioning, rostering and payroll systems. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description and SESLHD Expected Standards 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Jacqueline Primmer on Jackie.Primmerhealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close 5 February 2019 To view the position description or submit your applications please click the Apply button below. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and promote a smoke-free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all positions.

    location Caringbah South NSW, Australia


  • Office Manager / Serviced Office (5-day work)

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Customer Service Registrations Officer

    Position Title Customer Service Registrations Officer Employment Type 12 months Contract Full Time Hours per week 38 hours per week (Monday to Sunday rotating roster) Position Grade Administration Level 3 Salary 58,130.71 AUD Annual Enterprise Agreement Heath Employees Agreement of Administration Officer Level 3 Department Name Medical Imaging Department (MID), St Vincent™s Hospital Position Summary A vacancy exists in the above unit for a highly motivated Customer Service Registrations Officer with appropriate knowledge and skills to join our friendly and supportive team. Our progressive and innovative team offers development opportunities for our staff and a caring environment for the delivery of high quality patient centred care. The successful applicant(s) will be expected to be able to deal with multiple stakeholders (internal and external) from a range of disciplines and come into direct patient contact. Your role is part of the Reception and Phones team, but is part of the wider MID Customer Service Team. Your role is integral as the front and back end of the service, in managing the expectations of our service users. Managing a smooth transition from patient arrival, handing over to the clinical team, and patient departure fulfilling patient and requesting Doctor needs and capturing service payment (where applicable). As the front face of our business you will be expected to adhere to the hospital uniform policy and your roster working hours to ensure optimal front desk presence. POSITION DUTIES Deal with members of the public in a timely, efficient, friendly and courteous manner. Perform independent actions based upon expertise in problem solving and conflict resolution. Ensure adequate hand over is given to fellow colleagues when rotating between different rostered areas. Ensure effective hand over is given to the colleagues in the department, Patients registrations need have accurate data and also need to be completed in a timely and systematic manner Complete all tasks given by Direct Line Manager and Team Leader within the agreed time frames. Build positive relationships with stake holders, referrers and department staff. Display excellent communication and interpersonal skills written and verbal at all times. Obtain relevant documentation and correspondence required for patients and medical officers for complex examinations. Understand and complete billing tasks within the timeframes provided. Understand and comply with Medicare billing rules, understand the billing pathways and liaise with the Finance Manager and team. Be trained and maintain high competency in operating Hospital and Departmental computer systems including CorePas, OpenScape (phone system) Karisma, SVHS Online Payment system, HR Kiosk, SVH Intranet, Web de Lacy, MS ExcelWord and other systems as required to meet the demands in the role. Correctly identify patients, accurately input data, create Medical Record Numbers for new patients and update existing patient™s files as required. Formulate, plan and implement quality improvement activities which review work practice, processes and systems to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the department. Contribute to training manuals to follow Modality protocols POSITION HOURS Monday to Sunday rotating roster at 38 hours per week. Your shift could either be 0700 - 1530, 0730 - 1600, 0830 - 1700, 1045 - 1915 or 1200 - 2030. The Saturday shift currently commences at 0715 and ends at 1645. A Sunday shift might be necessary subject to business demand. The vacancy is open to Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens who hold a valid New Zealand passport, Australian permanent residents and those non-residents deemed by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to be eligible to work in Australia only. About St Vincents Health Network Sydney St Vincents Health Network Sydney is made up of three public hospitals, St Vincents Hospital Sydney, Sacred Heart Health Service and St Josephs Hospital at Auburn. We are part of St Vincents Health Australia, the largest diversified health care organisation within Australias not for profit Catholic health care sector. As a Catholic health and aged care service provider, our mission is to bring Gods love to those in need through the healing ministry of Jesus, with a commitment to those who are poor and vulnerable. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, and the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks are conducted for all successful candidates. Employment with St Vincents is subject to you having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases - Policy Directive Immunisation history complies with NSW Health Policy Directive PD2011005. Appointment and ongoing employment will be subject to continued compliance with the policy directive. St Vincents Health Network Sydney has an Australian Taxation Office (ATO) approved salary packaging scheme in place to increase the take home pay of staff. For information about the scheme go to httpswww.smartsalary.com.au Application Instructions St Vincents Health Network Sydney is committed to reconciliation and encourages Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people to apply for all advertised positions. When applying for the position, Applicants will be required to upload a recent Resume as well as a separate Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria for the position as outlined below. External applicants are to upload their Cover Letter alongside their Resume when reaching the ˜My Experience tab >ResumeCV> Upload. For Internal applicants, this document is to be uploaded further down the page alongside your Resume under ResumeCV> Upload. Selection Criteria Personal integrity and demonstrated commitment to the Philosophy, Mission and Values of Mary Aikenhead Ministries and St Vincent™s Health Australia Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills written and verbal which means ability to build and maintain relationships therefore able to liaise with a network of professionals in general Strong negotiation skills in managing stakeholder expectations and experience of managing conflicting stakeholder needs so able to demonstrated experience liaising with a network of professionals. Demonstrates excellent organisational skills and the ability to proritise and work to tight deadlines, ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously which includes ability to work unsupervised and the ability to make independent decisions. Demonstrates high level of attention to detail and ability to follow detailed instructions as well as show initiative and proactive customer service approach to work. Ability to maintain confidentiality and a high degree of personal responsibility when dealing with confidential matters Demonstrates a high level of computer literacy and competency Flexible approach to change within the organisation An example on how to address the selection criteria is provided in the link below in order to assist you with completing your application. Applicants that do not address the selection criteria will have their application automatically culled. Please note that the job posting will come down from career sites at 1159pm the day before the job posting end date

    location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


  • Office Administration

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Joinery Office Manager

    location Hornsby Heights NSW, Australia


  • Office Manager

    The company As a Little Group business, Little Real Estate is Australias largest independently owned real estate business with 21,000 properties under management, 23 offices and over 380 employees. With a growing national presence, our scale allows us to provide a great working environment for all our team including Industry-leading technology that streamlines tasks Employee benefits “ including health and wellbeing programs and incentive opportunities flexible work environment dress for your day We believe in having fun and maintaining honest and open dynamics. We also value humility and drive accountability among our team members. These are the Little Real Estate values that guide our great culture and supportive working environment “ and wed love for you to become part of this. Why work for LITTLE Real Estate We offer a vibrant, inclusive and supportive culture We are passionate about innovation and committed to providing ongoing development opportunities for our people We also place strong value on the health and wellbeing of our people, and offer many employee benefits, including an extensive health and wellbeing program and flexible working arrangements In this role you will work in a collaborative State team and be supported by a Regional Manager. This role will see you as the supporting team leader on operational matters assisting others in the team and dealing with escalated issues. What we are looking for You must have previous experience in a similar leadership role and a great track record of relationship management and customer service. You will also have The ability and confidence to take initiative and responsibility of an established team Proven leadership and team building skills A current real estate licence or be willing to obtain one Excellent written and verbal skills Willingness to learn and adapt to constant change Strong IT and administration skills Ability to prioritise and complete tasks efficiently Passion, honesty, professionalism with a can-do attitude A current drivers licence and your own car Our culture We listen to our people, demonstrated through our regular senior leader road-shows. Were committed to learning and development. Were committed to your well-being. We have an extensive employer funded health and well-being program for all of our team. We like to have fun. If we achieve our 5-year plan, the entire company is being flown overseas for 3 days If you want to join a game changing organisation, dont look any further. Trust us. Apply now.

    location Sydney NSW 2065, Australia


  • Operations Assistant

    Answering phone calls appropriately with approachable and friendly tones. Perform general office duties. Are comfortable with dealing with customers over the...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Carrying administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying, binding, scanning etc. This position will directly report to the National Compliance Training...

    location Double Bay, Bay St, Double Bay NSW 2028, Australia


  • Dental Receptionist

    We are looking for an experienced and talented Dental Receptionist to join our fast growing friendly practice in Chatswood....

    location Chatswood Garden Maintenance Services, 790 Pacific Hwy, Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Minimum of 2 years™ administration experience. Reporting to the Business Manager, you will be working alongside the Sales and Management teams....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Personal Assistant

    Answering calls that come through reception and transferring calls to the appropriate staff member. An enthusiastic, outgoing, and friendly personality....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Assistant

    If you are prepared to take ownership of this role and you are seeking an opportunity to further develop administration skills, then we want to hear from you....

    location George St, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • Casual Administration Assistant

    We are currently seeking a junior Administration Assistant to join our team based in Arndell Park, on a temporary, 2 days per week basis....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Assisting and provide backup for the data entry of orders from our customers into the ERP. Complying with all obligations under Work Health and Safety...

    location Bondi Lifeguard Tower, Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Minimum of 3 years office experience in administration, customer service andor data entry roles. Be willing to undertake a police clearance check if required....

    location Wentworth Point NSW, Australia


  • Clinical Coder

    Salaries will be negotiated commensurate to experience and qualifications of the role. 1) Click here for the Position Description....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Executive Assistant

    To be successful in this role, you must have a minimum of 5 years™ experience as an Executive Assistant, supporting a large team....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Sales Administration - Earp Bros Tiles Alexandria

    location Alexandria Ln, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia


  • Radiology Receptionist - Auburn

    location Auburn Rd, Auburn NSW 2144, Australia


  • Executive Assistant to CEO

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Fragrance and Beauty Training Coordinator | Clarins

    About the Role This role will see you supporting a friendly, and passionate team of Trainers within our Fragrance and Beauty divison, based in the Clarins group Sydney head office.The role will focus on coordination and preparation for a high volume of product training sessions nationally. This includes sourcing venues, coordinating travel, calendar management, and general admin activity such as powerpoint presentations and reporting activity, 20 hours per week- 3 or 4 days Update and Manage the National Training Calendar and commitments Coordinate training resources and materials with the brand coordinators Coordinate the production, proofing, printing and distribution of training support material required for all training sessions- this includes, seasonal updates and sales presentations Collate all feedback material post training events and in store coaching visits Coordinate the process of training goods distribution Organise and follow up of travel, accomodation, catering, and visual merchandising, About you You bring a passionate, dedicated and enthusiastic approach to all that you do You bring planning and project coordination experience You are an excellent presenter, and brand ambassador, a confident communicator You are highly organised with great attention to detail You have 1-2 years of experience in a similar role You are confident with the Microsoft suite (Word, Outlook and Excel etc.) About Us Clarins Group is not only a fast-growing, leading Beauty Company, we™re also a committed, family-owned enterprise with a fiercely independent and pioneering spirit. Our Luxury portfolio of brands includes Versace, Prada, Hermes, Mugler and Azzaro Fragrances just to name a few. This extension of the Clarins group in Australia ensures we offer distinctive high-quality products and services, standing by our mission to bring Emotion, Beauty and Happiness into the life of our consumers and employees. The Benefits Brand New Offices in the CBD Employee Values and Anniversary awards, recognising individual performance and tenure Wellbeing initiatives all year round Work for an Internationally recognised global beauty brand Apply Now If you have a curious mind and are always questioning how things can be done better, bring your ability to take risks and accept new challenges and join Group Clarins What to expect from our process If you are shortlisted for this role, you will be asked to complete and record a short video interview to set questions. The purpose of the video is showcase your personality and help us understand your motivations, experience and career aspirations. Clarins- It™s all about you

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Support Administrator

    The Company Northrop Consulting Engineers is an employee owned, multi-discipline consultancy that has been established for over 40 years. We have an open management structure that embodies a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce for all our employees. We currently employ over 350+ team members across eight offices in NSW, ACT, QLD, and VIC. We are essentially a people business that grows by creating opportunities for our people to help build the business and their career. When you join Northrop, you join a company that will support you to excel both professionally and personally. The Role Our Sydney CBD office is looking for a dynamic Administrator to work alongside the Senior Administrator in providing effective support to the Civil Section Manager and the wider Civil Team. More specifically, by improving the effectiveness of our key people and project teams, ensuring timely and accurate delivery of projects and ensuring all aspects of our business are running more efficiently. Key duties include, but are not limited to Supporting our senior business support person and technical staff to enable them to maximise their time servicing clients Project creation and maintenance in practice management system On-boarding and off-boarding of new and existing staff members Maintaining Civil section information across different systems Document preparation Organising travel arrangements Organising internal Civil section events Diary and email management Handling of all Civil phone enquiries General administrative adhoc tasks Significantly improving our chances to win more work to ensure growth and profitability by supporting our client stakeholders Preparation of submissions and proposal documents Timesheet and expenses entries and approvals Assisting with preparation of invoices Assisting with the debt collection process Identifying any financial issues with projects Project reporting as required Northrop embraces flexible working arrangements and whilst this is a full time position, we are able to consider part time opportunities. The Candidate You will have access to many opportunities within Northrop and with our support we will help you to develop to your full potential. As the successful candidate you will possess Approximately 3-5 years administration experience Intermediate-Advanced level experience in Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. High attention to detail, ensuring quality and accuracy for all tasks. A proactive approach, taking responsibility for the tasks allocated. Strong problem solving skills. The ability to multitask and balance demands. Excellent verbal and written communication skills The ability to thrive in a fast paced environment with various competing demands. Time management skills. Demonstrates tenacity and persistence to achieve results. Applying If you are ready to advance to the next stage of your career and develop to your full potential, please click the ˜Apply™ button to complete your application. For a confidential discussion, please contact our Recruitment Talent Consultant Alanna Reidy at (02) 9241 4188. Northrop is an equal opportunity employer. No agencies please. Applications are sought from direct candidates LI-NO

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • PA to finder Co-Founder

    Who are you? This is a fantastic opportunity to join a successful global business, which puts people at the centre of everything we do. Your mission is to make co-founder Fred Schebesta™s life run smoothly and efficiently, both at home and in the office We are looking for a superstar who can Provide the ultimate support to co-founder of Finder, Fred Schebesta Use your can-do attitude and proactivity to ensure Fred™s life runs smoothly You love identifying problems and using strategic skills to drive appropriate solutions. You™re always two steps ahead with your exceptional proactivity and superb organisational skills. You are the best at what you do and always strive to self improve. You anticipate problems before they even arise and you don™t sweat when it comes to keeping stakeholders updated. Communicating is your forte. You love to be in control, your administration skills are second to none and ˜attention to detail™ is your middle name. You take initiative, using your judgment to make the right decisions. Previous experience as a Personal Assistant will be looked upon favourably, however more importantly, the right attitude and motivation to succeed will win at this role. One of our values is ˜empower people™ - if you™re smart, passionate and have the right attitude, we™ll give you opportunities to grow and challenges that will test you to help you become a master at what you do. Your responsibilities will include Running miscellaneous errands, managing home maintenance and events Booking travel, accommodation and conferences for Fred and others in the team and family Managing Fred™s calendar both for his professional and personal life Liaising with internal and external stakeholders to arrange meetings, speaking opportunities and other ad hoc opportunities Supporting Fred with administration including compiling documentation for proposals and applications, and developing presentations Supporting the People and Culture team with internal events Supporting other marketing initiatives Creating and updating processes and procedures to improve efficiency and performance across the business Compiling social media posts and growing Fred™s following Application Process If this sounds like the kind of opportunity youve been looking for, select the Apply Now button below to submit your resume cover letter. As part of your cover letter wed like you to answer the below question There is a spider on the floor of a room. And a fly on the roof of the room. The room is 10 x 10 x 10m. The spider is sitting 3m from the left wall and 4 metres in from the back wall. The fly is 2 metres from the right wall and 3m from the back wall. What is the shortest distance between the fly and the spider? The spider cannot fly. It must walk along the floor, wall and roof. Be sure to include your thought process behind your answer finder is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital or disability status.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    location Ln Cove Plaza, Lane Cove NSW 2066, Australia


  • Legal Administration Assistant - Entry Level

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Receptionist

    THE COMPANY Founded in 1948, Robert Half International has over 300 offices worldwide. We are listed on the NYSE and a member of the widely tracked SP 500 index. In 2018, we were again named to FORTUNE® magazines Worlds Most Admired Companies list, ranking 1 in our industry for service quality and innovation. An opportunity exists for an outstanding Receptionist for a fast growing professional services organisation based in Sydney™s CBD. This role is incredibly fast paced and no day is the same At Robert Half, we are committed to hiring the most qualified and highly skilled employees providing them with outstanding career and developmental opportunities. We are proud to offer a relaxed and happy working environment, including benefits such as Early finish on Friday Fresh breakfast every single day Personal trainer and other fitness options provided every Tuesday Free skin cancer checks flu vaccinations Lunch provided on Fridays Day to day Responsibilities We are looking for a vibrant, efficient and highly skilled individual to be the face of this company. To be considered for this role you will need to be capable of the below responsibilities and possess the below attributes. If you are someone that enjoys interaction with people on a daily basis and can work in a fast paced environment this is the role for you Booking and diary management of meeting rooms Meeting room set up and clean up Ordering and maintaining office and kitchen supplies Meeting and greeting clients and candidates at the highest level of professionalism Sort and distribute incoming and outgoing mail Answeringtransferring calls and taking messages Other ad hoc tasks as requested Coordinating candidate testing Attributes Polished and professional appearance is a MUST Bright, Energetic, Bubbly personality The highest level of customer service as you will be the first point of contact for both candidates and clients Eager to learn Able to multi-task whilst maintaining a positive can do attitude Effective organizational skills and a strong attention to detail You must be confident with using MS Word and Excel Apply Now Please send your CV by clicking on the apply button if you meet the above criteria. Please note, unfortunately we cannot offer sponsorship for this role, so please only permanent residents apply.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Personal Assistant to the Principal

    About the business and the role An Industry leading law firm is offering a unique position for a dedicated and loyal individual to work alongside the firms Principal in the matters relating to the organisation of the Principal. You will have the ability to think quickly on your feet, retain the utmost of confidence in all matters, and have an eye for detail and a real drive to succeed. As you will be representing the Principal and the firm you will present yourself with a very high level of professionalism at all times with ease, whilst maintaining an immaculate professional appearance. Based in North Sydney, in this Personal Assistant role your duties will be varied and no two days the same. Job tasks and responsibilities Organising the Principals time and diary Providing personal assistant support to the Principal Screening phone calls when required Assisting the Principal in special projects or ad hoc duties Maintain client database Organise events as required by the Principal and assist with marketing event management as required Assisting the production and distribution of marketing materials Skills and experience A minimum of 5 years work experience in a professional services environment Experience in multi-tasking with competing deadlines and time pressures An efficient approach to work with excellent time management skills The ability to quickly grasp the Principals business objectives and have the ability to manage complex and multiple projects simultaneously Strong interpersonal, networking and communication skills Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office skills A flexible attitude Job benefits and perks In return you will be rewarded with a competitive salary, a collegial team environment, a comprehensive handover training period and an opportunity to develop and refine your skills within the professional services industry. Immediate start

    location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


  • Medical Secretary - Genetic Heart Disease (Administrative Officer, Level 3)

    Employment Type Permanent Full Time Position Classification Administrative Officer Level 3 Remuneration 58,131 - 60,045 per annum Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ86916 We have an exciting opportunity Where youll be working Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH) is a major metropolitan tertiary referral hospital and a principal provider of specialist healthcare. It remains one of the nation™s most respected hospitals, with a distinguished history serving the health needs of local, state wide, national and international communities. What youll be doing To provide Secretarial and Administrative support to the Genetic Heart Disease Clinic. This position requires a highly organised and self-motivated individual who is capable of managing a diverse range of administrative duties including effective appointment scheduling, efficient and accurate typing of correspondence, preparation of patient files, support for clinic and other administrative tasks. Selection Criteria Demonstrated administrative and organisational skills in a medical environment Demonstrated ability to work efficiently as part of a multidisciplinary team caring for patients Demonstrated skills in scheduling, Powerchart, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and databases Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a commitment to quality service Competence in Medicare billing and Eftpos machine utilization Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology and a minimum typing speed of 50 wpm Focus on excellence, integrity and team approach in all work duties SLHD is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability are encouraged to apply for all internal and externally advertised positions. If you require assistance, please advise the contact person at the time of your application. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Lainie Anderson on 9515 6389 or Lainie.Andersonhealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close 12 February 2019 To view the position description or submit your applications please click the Apply button below. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and promote a smoke-free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all positions.

    location Camperdown Park, Camperdown NSW 2050, Australia


  • Customer Service

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Project Records Administration – Major Projects

    Project Records Administration - Major Projects 24.13 hr - 27.57 + 25 casual loading (dependent on experience) 7 - 16 hours pw Located 16 kms north of the Sydney CBD, the Ku-ring-gai area covers 84km2, is home to 124,000 residents and set in one of New South Wales most attractive natural environments. Council is currently seeking applications from suitably qualified individuals for a casual Project Records Administration role within our Major Projects team. In this role your duties will include but are not limited to Database and correspondence management Document preparation Maintenance of various council registers Electronic filing using Records Manager software This is a great opportunity for a self-starter who possesses the ability to work collaboratively in a team to tight time frames while maintaining the provision of consistent, high quality service delivery. To be considered for this role you will require proficiency in the use of personal computer applications, in particular the Microsoft suite of products (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint), having experience in use of TRIM (HPE Records Manager ) is desirable, but not essential. Students currently studying for tertiary qualification in project management, property development or a related discipline will also be considered How to apply Applicants are requested to address all Essential Criteria as listed within the Position Description to be eligible for an interview. Like to know more? Please contact Inna Hawkins - 9424 0134 Closes 1145pm, Monday 11th February 2019 Ku-ring-gai Council is an equal opportunity employer

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Contract Administrator

    Windgap Foundation is a highly recognised not for profit organisation committed to continuously evaluating and improving our services that support people with intellectual disabilities to achieve their full potential. An opportunity has arisen for a full time Contract Administrator to join our team on a 6 month contract basis. The key areas of focus for this newly created role will be the management of contractual agreements that relate to the funding arrangements between the participant and Windgap, and the quality control for the full lifecycle of all agreements relating to funding from the NDIA. This will include the understanding and interpretation of the NDIS framework, meeting the requirements of the NDIS Quality and Safeguard Commission, and the coordination of key plan review dates. The Contract Administrator will also play a major role in transitioning the current manual system to a software solution. To be successful in this opportunity candidates must be able to demonstrate the following essential criteria A minimum of 5 years experience in a similar role A Batchelor degree in business A demonstrated track record of successful problem solving The ability to generate positive cooperation across the business A strong commitment to the inclusion of people with disabilities in the community Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Excel and databases The ability to work autonomously and in a team environment with a diverse range of stakeholders This opportunity will be based on a 6 month contract with full time working hours across Monday to Friday. There are many perks to being a Windgap employee including excellent working hours, salary packaging, internal growth and progression opportunities and the chance to work with a passionate team as dedicated as you are. If this sounds like just the change you have been looking for, then we would love to hear from you, simply forward your detailed resume Please note that only candidates with suitable experience will be contacted.

    location Sydney NSW 2018, Australia


  • Business to Business Assistant - Riverwood

    About us Minit Commercial is the business to business division of Mister Minit. Mister Minit has 300 retail stores across Australia, New Zealand South East Asia. Mister Minit fixes over 10 million problems annually, in the services of Shoe Repairs, Key Cutting, Engraving, Watch Service, and Car Key and Remote Control Duplication. Minit Commercial provides personalization services such as laser and computer engraving to our frontline stores and franchisees, as well as B2B contracts. Other specialised services supplied by Minit commercial are National and International Event engraving for corporate events and product launches, name badges, trophies and awards, and indoor outdoor engraved signage. About the role Mister Minit™s business to business facility Minit Commercial is looking for a permanent part time business to business assistant to join their support office in Riverwood NSW. The successful candidate will ensure timely email communication to all of Minit Commercial™s customers, customer jobs are fulfilled accurately and on time every time. This role will also require you to liaise and build relationships with new and existing customers, and be able to think on your feet. In addition to the above, your responsibilities will include (but not limited to) Support the Commercial Manager Administrationaccount management for commercial clients Order fulfillment Computer and Laser Engraving (on the job training will be provided) Sales and quoting Skills Experience We™re looking for a candidate who demonstrates the following Minimum 1 year experience in admin role Knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, word, excel Driver™s license and own transport Previous customer serviceoffice sales experience required Strong work ethic, and can work as part of a team A œcan do attitude, with the willingness to learn Creative outlook, some design knowledge advantageous Friendly professional manner Presentation skills Attention to detail is a must Mister Minit supports friendly and flexible work hours to all team members. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation who values their people. Applications close 7th February 2018.

    location Peakhurst Heights NSW, Australia


  • Receptionist | Clarins

    About the Role We are looking for a passionate, and engaging receptionist who can create a warm and inviting environment in our stunning new offices in Sydney CBD. This role will see you greeting and welcoming all visitors, couriers and clients and ensure that calls, emails and personal interactions leave with a positive, long lasting impression of the Clarins group. This is a full time position , however could be a potential job share position for the right candidates Greet, assist and direct all visitors, in a friendly and professional manner Answer all incoming phone calls, screen the calls and direct accordingly Assist in the setup of functions, seminars and events , conference calls and meeting rooms - ensuring a high level of presentation at all times Support the wider team with administrative support where necessary including, assisting with travel arrangements, reconciling invoices and processing orders Coordinate , receive and dispatch mail and organise courier pick up and deliveries Maintain and update the office directory as required Provide ad hoc administrative support as requested by the Office Manager or HR Director About You You have 1-2 years™ experience in a Receptionist or an Office Admin based role You are a team player with a proactive attitude impeccable attention to detail You pride yourself on delivering a seamless service experience matched with professional communication skills You often anticipate the needs of others show a strong sense of initiative You are energetic, personable and flexible, with a proven ability to manage priorities You are confident in using the Microsoft Office suite - Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook About Us Clarins Group is not only a fast-growing, leading Beauty Company, we™re also a committed, family-owned enterprise with a fiercely independent and pioneering spirit. Our Luxury portfolio of brands includes Versace, Prada, Hermes, Mugler and Azzaro Fragrances just to name a few. This extension of the Clarins group in Australia ensures we offer distinctive high-quality products and services, standing by our mission to bring Emotion, Beauty and Happiness into the life of our consumers and employees. The Benefits Brand New Offices in the CBD, close to Town Hall Employee Values and Anniversary awards, recognising individual performance and tenure Wellbeing initiatives all year round Work for an Internationally recognised global beauty brand Apply Now If you have a curious mind and are always questioning how things can be done better, bring your ability to take risks and accept new challenges and join Group Clarins What to expect from our process If you are shortlisted for this role, you will be asked to complete and record a short video interview to set questions. The purpose of the video is showcase your personality and help us understand your motivations, experience and career aspirations. Clarins- It™s all about you

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Customer Support Officer

    Actura. Empower Youth for Future Success. A unique position has opened at Actura, Australia™s most innovative STEM education leader. From expeditions to NASA in America, to classroom robotics Actura works with over 200 schools internationally with offices in Australia, New Zealand, USA, and across Asia. This role offers the opportunity to work with a supportive, high-energy company that continues to be one of the fastest growing companies in Australia. Working with elite schools from around the country, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are inspiring the next generations of leaders. You, are a dedicated and responsible team player, motivated by the same passion for creativity and education as your potential co-workers. It is essential that you have the following skills as the job requires - sales support and coordination, responding to customer inquiries, managing business correspondences, working with spreadsheets, maintaining databases etc. Essential Skills Proven advanced skills in MS WordExcelOutlook Excellent written and verbal communication skills Enthusiastic and friendly with a pleasant phone manner Strong administration skills Great organizational skills Strong computer skills Strong attention to detail Exposure to back-end systems a plus A high level of initiative and reliability with the ability to work without supervision Desirable Marketing andor events experience Onlinesocial media experience Desktop publishing skills Ability to work after hours if required Reside reasonably local to Gordon Reporting to the Customer Support Team Leader you will be a self-starter with an excellent track record in organizing a busy office. This is a role for someone who is ambitious to grow with the organization and take on additional responsibility with a can-do attitude. If you are a fast learner with an eye for detail this role is for you. Click ˜APPLY™ or Contact for more information Jodie Spano - jodie.spanoactura.com.au All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We advise that only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Visit www.actura.com.au to learn more about our company.

    location Sydney NSW 2072, Australia


  • Office All Rounder

    location Milperra NSW 2214, Australia


  • RECEPTION - ADMIN - OFFICER - FULL TIME

    location Artarmon Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • Receptionist / Student Support Officer - Aviation Industry

    location Bankstown Airport NSW, Australia


  • Receptionist/Admin Assistant - Part time

    Are you an experienced Receptionist looking for a part time opportunity? As part of the Brambles Corporate team, you will provide administration assistance and receptionist cover. This is a permanent part-time role working on Tuesday and Wednesdays each week. The hours are tentatively set at 10am-330pm although this is flexible. There may also be the opportunity to work occasional extra hours or days to cover absences if you wish but this is not a requirement. The key responsibilities of this role include Front Desk Meet and greet all visitors Reception cover during Receptionists breaks Book couriers and staff travel Assist in organising staff functions office catering requirements Contact cleaners and contractors when repairs are necessary General office admin duties Order and maintain kitchen and office supplies Coordinate bookings of Boardrooms and all meeting rooms Check all meeting rooms are clean and prepared for next meeting Assist with set-upclean-up of catered meetings The ideal candidate will possess the following skills, experience and qualifications Experience in receptionoffice admin duties Experience in a corporate office Friendly manner with clear communication. Professionally presented. Flexible, ability to cover multiple tasks Open to helping out when and where required About Brambles Brambles Limited (ASXBXB) is a supply-chain logistics company operating primarily through the CHEP brand. Brambles enhances performance for customers by helping them transport goods through their supply chains more efficiently, sustainably and safely. The Groups primary activity is the provision of reusable unit-load equipment such as pallets, crates and containers for shared use by multiple participants throughout the supply chain, under a model known as pooling. Brambles primarily serves the fast-moving consumer goods (e.g. dry food, grocery, and health and personal care), fresh produce, beverage, retail and general manufacturing industries, counting many of the worlds best-known brands among its customers. The Group also operates specialist container logistics business serving the automotive sector. Brambles operates in more than 60 countries, with its largest operations in North America and Western Europe. Brambles employs approximately 14,000 people and owns approximately 590 million pallets, crates and containers through a network of more than 850 service centres. For further information, please visit www.brambles.com Our team boasts a friendly and fun culture that celebrates successes, with award winning engagement and enablement, and results achieved through collective intelligence, collaboration and teamwork. With a highly inclusive workplace rich in diversity, Brambles celebrates the diversity of thought, backgrounds, style and working arrangements of our people to ensure that we reflect the communities and customers that we serve. Join our team to be part of an international growth company with an advanced business model, solving complex supply chain problems for more than 300,000 companies around the world. Interested? To apply please click the ˜Apply Now™ button below. Please include a covering letter addressing the above criteria with your application. Agencies please note recruitment for this position is being managed directly by Brambles. We will reach out to our preferred agency partners in the rare instance we require additional talent options. Your respect for this process is appreciated. In order for your application to be considered, you will require full working rights in Australia. We are unable to offer sponsorship at this time.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Commercial Support Officer

    - Play a central role in supporting the digital transformation project within RMS - Permanent Full Time Opportunity - Modern office space, centrally located in Parramatta, close to public transport. The opportunity Roads and Maritime IT Services has been embarking on a digital transformation, and we™ve already successfully deployed innovative new ways of working across the business. Joining during this exciting time, we currently have an opportunity for a self-motivated and dedicated Commercial Support Officer to take ownership of contract administration and reporting activities. Working within a forward thinking and supportive team, you will be tasked with transactional processing and contract administration, all while searching for ways to continually maintain and improve on data quality in our procurement, operational and contract systems. This job will see you working in close collaboration with the IT team, senior leaders and contract managers, to carry out contract renewals, raise procurement requests and manage invoicing and receipting. Please click here to view a copy of the position description. Ideal skills, experience and personal attributes We are looking for an organised and resilient contract professional, able to prioritise high volumes of work without compromising attention to detail, problem solving skills and commitment to customer service. Ideally you have experience in administration of contract management processes including support renewals across a defined scope of IT contracts and vendors. Joining during a time of growth and change, the successful candidate will be provided with the opportunity to grow professionally and develop key skills and competencies in a dynamic and collaborative environment. You™ll be playing a key role in the progression of the IT branch of RMS, and take pride in delivering value and quality for our customers, the people of NSW. If you™re ready to join one of NSW™s leading government agencies as we roll out transformational change, we would love to hear from you About us Roads and Maritime Services is one of Australias leading public sector agencies, with more than 5,800 employees and an annual budget of 6.5 billion. As part of Transport for NSW we are responsible for implementing strategic and essential frontline services to the people of NSW who use roads, harbours and waterways. We offer diverse and challenging career opportunities for professional and technical specialists, trades, and people interested in making a difference to transport operations and road safety in New South Wales. Benefits When you join Roads and Maritime Services, you become part of a forward-thinking organisation that offers generous working conditions, flexible working options and a real commitment to developing your skills. For more information on Employee Benefits at RMS please click here. The salary for this position is RMS USS Grade 7 (88,450 - 93,348), plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Essential requirements - Demonstrated experience in providing high level administrative and executive services with a high level of discretion, confidentiality and commercial sensitivity How to apply To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses a) your skills and experience suit the role, and b) your most significant and relevant achievement. For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here or for more information on site Roads Maritime please click on link provided. For any enquiries, please contact Jordan Berg on 0481 904 009. Applications close 1159pm 11th Febuary 2019.

    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Sales Order Management Exec.

    location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


  • Administration Officer - MUST Speak Spanish

    Be a part of our rapidly growing organisation as you take on the next step in your career. This role within the CAF team offers the opportunity to prove yourself in a varied admin related role. We are a multinational group with over 100 years of experience in the supply of comprehensive transit solutions positioned at the forefront of technology for high value added sustainable mobility. Our company is a leader of the railway industry offering one of the most comprehensive and flexible arrays of products in railway related markets, such as rolling stock, components, infrastructure, signalling and services (maintenance, refurbishing and financial services). The Role A successful Administrative Officer you will act as the point of contact for all employees, providing administrative support and managing their queries. Main duties include - Assisting with commercial team in admin related tasks - Assisting with finance and HR departments as and when needed. - Manage staff visiting from overseas and getting them set up in the offices - Assist with IT needs (manage outside IT consultants and CAU requests) as and when needed - General admin duties and various document preparation - Managing the office operations “ ensuring adequate office supplies, printers, tidiness and maintenance of the office environment Ultimately, you should be able to ensure our administrative activities run smoothly on a daily and long-term basis. Requirements MUST speak Spanish Proven work experience as an Administrative Officer or similar role Solid knowledge of best practice office procedures Experience with office management software including MS Applications Exceptional organisation and multitasking skills with a problem solving attitude Excellent written and verbal communication skills. If this is the challenge you have been looking for to take your career to the next level with a reputable and growing business, then apply now

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Preschool Administrative Assistant

    Part-Time (10 hours per week) North Rocks Location Commencing 4th March 2019 Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) provides quality, innovative services to achieve the best outcomes for current and future generations of Australians with vision andor hearing loss. RIDBC provides cochlear implantation services, therapy and education services for children and adults with hearing andor vision loss, and their families. We are currently seeking Administration Assistant to provide Admin support to our RIDBC VisionEd Preschool. This role will see you be the first point of contact for VisionEd Preschool parents, students and staff, providing information about services, maintenance of records and databases, processing letters, reports and newsletters and keeping on top of banking and fees to name a few. The successful applicant will bring with them good communication and interpersonal skills when working with people with a range of disabilities and the ability to handle sensitive matters with tact and diplomacy. To be successful in this role, you will also have A proven track record of working autonomously in a busy environment, where you will make use of your well-honed multi-tasking skills Sound knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of programs as well as experience with, using and maintenance of electronic client record and appointment systems Excellent phone and interpersonal skills as well as strong verbal and written communication skills. Proven ability to use your initiative and a willingness to learn Commitment to ensure a safe and collaborative working environment You will also require a valid Working with Children Check and criminal record check (obtained within the last 6 months - to ensure all files meet ACECQA requirements). To download a copy of the position description and to apply for this role, please click onto our website www.ridbc.org.aujobs A cleared Criminal History Check is essential A valid Working with Children Check is essential The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    location N Rocks Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • Team Assistant

    About YOU Are you someone whos confident, outgoing and able to communicate with anyone in any situation? Do you believe you have an outstanding personality and are switched on?Then we need to hear from you About the role Our company is dynamic and friendly and can provide an excellent environment for you to put your organisational skills to great use as you provide support to our team within our Sydney office. Benefits and perks We believe in providing the best environment for our people including outstanding premises, the latest facilities, training, company conferences, extremely competitive remuneration packages, and flexibility when needed. Skills and experience You must have the following An ability to achieve results through tight time frames Proficiency with MS Office with intermediate to advanced Word Excel Excellent customer service skills Have exceptional organisational skills, with an ability to multi-task whilst also focusing on a high attention to detail Regularly use your initiative and are a confident person Be a resourceful and enthusiastic team player Have great communication skills with a positive and flexible attitude Have solid administration experience Experience in the construction or engineering industry in a similar role would be an advantage but not essential Your key responsibilities in this role will include Driving the administration projects function in the Sydney office Provision of projects administration assistance to all Project Managers and facilitating the project delivery and prioritisation process Assist the Quality Manager in maintaining the quality standard Supporting the senior management team as required Establishing and maintaining a high personal rapport with all clients across the organisation To be successful, you must be well presented, have excellent communication skills and be able to use your initiative to improve in all areas of the role. Combined with a real desire to be a contributing key player in a successful company and a belief that you can contribute to the continued growth and development of the organisations reputation, then you are the person we need. If you think that this is position for you, then please forward your resume to us by email today

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator

    Energetic, friendly team of 190+ employees. We are NOT requiring your resume at this stage, so please complete all the requested information on the application...

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Administrator

    Keep and maintain a filing system. Administration work around leases. You will be working for a boutique property management company, reporting directly to...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Manager Sector Training and Access

    Ongoing opportunity based in Sydney (with potential move to Parramatta in 2020) Clerk Grade 11-12, Competitive package 121,917 - 140,996 plus super Do work that matters Liquor Gaming NSW (LGNSW) within the Regulatory Operations branch is responsible for the overall regulatory framework across liquor, registered clubs and gambling activities in NSW. LGNSWs responsibilities include compliance, enforcement and licensing functions, regulatory education and training, and providing policy advice, program evaluation and executive support to the NSW Government. A key focus of this role is to lead the sector training team to design and deliver a contemporary industry training frameworks to promote and support responsible and sustainable industries across LGNSW regulated industries. The Manager is also responsible for managing and administering the mandated liquor and gaming training and associated processes with Registered Training Organisations. The role also leads the community access team, which undertakes community engagement and promotes community participation in liquor and gaming regulation. Across both teams, the Manager will promote an environment of continuous improvement, leading and participating in project teams to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of service delivery and inform policy development. About you You are a talented individual with experience in the design, delivery and implementation of education initiatives and resources in a range of formats. You have superior verbal and written communication skills, and can accurately and appropriately represent the organisation™s position on key programs and initiatives. You have experience in managing the expectations of a wide range of stakeholders where there are conflicting priorities and expectations, facilitating collaboration and resolving contentious issues. You have strong project management capabilities and can manage multiple competing projects and deliver results within tight timeframes. If you are passionate and ready to grow your career apply now by submitting your resume (max five pages) and cover letter (max two pages). To review the Role Description click here Applications Close Tuesday, 12 February 2019, 11.55 pm For a confidential discussion contact Kristen Daglish Rose, Director Customer Experience and Regulatory Education kristen.daglish.roseliquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au Our commitment to Diversity The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements. You can learn more about what we do and our strategic priorities by visiting the Department of Industry website. Please note that we are also developing Talent Pools for upcoming opportunities across the Department and welcome applications for this purpose.

    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Administrator

    Energetic, friendly team of 190+ employees. We are NOT requiring your resume at this stage, so please complete all the requested information on the application...

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Administrator

    Keep and maintain a filing system. Administration work around leases. You will be working for a boutique property management company, reporting directly to...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Manager Sector Training and Access

    Ongoing opportunity based in Sydney (with potential move to Parramatta in 2020) Clerk Grade 11-12, Competitive package 121,917 - 140,996 plus super Do work that matters Liquor Gaming NSW (LGNSW) within the Regulatory Operations branch is responsible for the overall regulatory framework across liquor, registered clubs and gambling activities in NSW. LGNSWs responsibilities include compliance, enforcement and licensing functions, regulatory education and training, and providing policy advice, program evaluation and executive support to the NSW Government. A key focus of this role is to lead the sector training team to design and deliver a contemporary industry training frameworks to promote and support responsible and sustainable industries across LGNSW regulated industries. The Manager is also responsible for managing and administering the mandated liquor and gaming training and associated processes with Registered Training Organisations. The role also leads the community access team, which undertakes community engagement and promotes community participation in liquor and gaming regulation. Across both teams, the Manager will promote an environment of continuous improvement, leading and participating in project teams to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of service delivery and inform policy development. About you You are a talented individual with experience in the design, delivery and implementation of education initiatives and resources in a range of formats. You have superior verbal and written communication skills, and can accurately and appropriately represent the organisation™s position on key programs and initiatives. You have experience in managing the expectations of a wide range of stakeholders where there are conflicting priorities and expectations, facilitating collaboration and resolving contentious issues. You have strong project management capabilities and can manage multiple competing projects and deliver results within tight timeframes. If you are passionate and ready to grow your career apply now by submitting your resume (max five pages) and cover letter (max two pages). To review the Role Description click here Applications Close Tuesday, 12 February 2019, 11.55 pm For a confidential discussion contact Kristen Daglish Rose, Director Customer Experience and Regulatory Education kristen.daglish.roseliquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au Our commitment to Diversity The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements. You can learn more about what we do and our strategic priorities by visiting the Department of Industry website. Please note that we are also developing Talent Pools for upcoming opportunities across the Department and welcome applications for this purpose.

    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


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