Office Junior Jobs In Macarthur

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 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

  • Site Administrator - Waste Management Site Horsley Park

    Veolia Australia New Zealand is the only global company to provide a full range of environmental services in the fields of water solutions, waste management solutions and energy solutions. With the global expertise gained from serving the environment for more than 150 years, Veolia operates in more than 40 countries around the world, with well over a hundred sites and approximately 4000 employees in Australia. Reporting to the Horsley Park Waste Management Facility Manager, the successful applicant for this position is to complete testing of wood waste derived fuel to relevant standard methods in our site-based laboratory, to ensure consistent, compliant product quality and optimisation of process efficiency. You will also provide and encourage effective communication on product quality and process efficiency and complete administration tasks to support site management. The key responsibilities are (but not limited to) Perform routine and ad-hoc sampling and laboratory testing of wood waste material in accordance with internal and relevant International standards Ensure all samples collected and stored and handled in accordance with Sampling, Quality Analysis Plan Manage the preparation and delivery of samples for external analysis Ensure analytical procedures and associated tasks are conducted in accordance with the relevant international standards and Veolia Policies and Procedures Review, interpret and report wood waste material results in a timely manner including reporting non-conforming product Ensure laboratory equipment is maintained and calibrated in accordance with manufacturers specifications andor relevant standard and maintain records Comply with site safety policies and procedures and always act in a safe manner and with no compromise Stocktakeinventory management of equipment and consumables Procure goods and services, reagents and standards to maintain all laboratory functions Filing and organising files and documentation Management of vendor invoice process for site Updating and maintaining site registers Other administrative tasks that may be required The successful candidate requirements are Tertiary qualifications or higher in Chemistry, Biology or related environmental qualification Work experience in a laboratory environment is desirable Excellent organizational skills Ability to work unsupervised Proven attention to detail and the ability to work under pressure and to meet strict deadlines Competent IT skills, especially with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) Effective communication Skills (Written Verbal) Effective interpersonal skills, including ability to clarify, resolve issues, time manage and make decisions Ability to establish and maintain ongoing effective relationships NSW Drivers Licence This position presents as an excellent opportunity for an ambitious, career-minded individual with a genuine desire to succeed. In return for your skills, experience and commitment we offer an attractive remuneration package including staff benefits, a great working environment and a chance to gain experience within a global organisation. As part of the recruitment process, candidates will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical, fill out a characteristic profile survey on line and other relevant background checks. Veolia™s fundamental values - responsibility, solidarity, respect, innovation and customer focus Veolia Australia New Zealand is an equal opportunity employer.

    location Horsley Circuit, Oran Park NSW 2570, Australia

  • Service Coordinator

    location Woodpark NSW 2164, Australia

  • Operations Admin Officer

    Who are we? The Toll Group is a world-class integrated global logistics provider. Were passionate about logistics and creating solutions for our customers. From delivering vital healthcare and food that sustains life, to moving goods and materials that help build cities, Toll connects people and products, powering global trade and creating a positive impact on communities around the world. From just a horse and cart hauling coal in Newcastle in 1888, today Toll is a global business - and proudly part of Japan Post - with over 44,000 team members, across 1200 locations in 50 countries. We are creating a Toll for the future. Join our Linehaul team in Eastern Creek as an Operations Officer reporting to the National Linehaul Manager within a team of allocators. You will provide all the administration functions required for the efficient operation of Toll Linehaul. Key responsibilities include Word processing and minute taking as delegated by the Operations Manager General clerical duties and urgency in the work performed Maintain training databases on operations procedures Ensure that all training is recorded and sent to the Training Coordinator for upload into Learning at Toll Understanding the day to day operations for support within a team environment Address or resolve stakeholder queries in a timely manner Answer phones and take messages on behalf of the Linehaul location. To be considered for this role At least 2-3 years working in a similar role Experience within the transport industry is essential Intermediate Advanced Microsoft Excel skills is highly desirable Attention to detail and high level of accuracy Sound analytical and problem solving and interpersonal skills Highly organised with the ability to prioritise and multitask Ability to see the œBig Picture and quickly reach an understanding of customer™s business and their requirements Flexible with the ability to adapt to change Why work at Toll Group? We™re committed to providing a safe, diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value integrity, trust, teamwork and being open and transparent. We believe that people perform best when they are empowered, accountable and recognised and we™re passionately committed to supporting our people in their career aspirations. Due to the volume of applications we receive, only shortlisted applicants who meet with requested criteria will be contacted. Please Note We will not accept unsolicited CVs from recruitment agencies 3rd parties and we will not be liable or responsible for any fees or costs associated with unsolicited CVs sent directly to line managers.

    location Sydney NSW 2766, Australia

  • Buyer Assistant - Taren Point

    Work with a trusted company that values your input Rewarding full time role within a great environment Become an integral member within our dynamic team Harvey Norman Commercial Project Division is seeking an enthusiastic motivated Full Time Buyers Assistant for the busy Taren Point Office office. You will be primarily responsible for providing sound support to the Buyers team. Duties Maintain pricing of goods. Set up new product codes Follow up outstanding purchase orders Maintain products on system from core products to non core products. Print price lists Advise buyers of price protection on goods Advise sales department of end of line models Liaise with senior staff and a variety of departments Prerequisites Previous experience in a similar capacity or environment Intermediate computer skills Ability to work well unsupervised as well as part of a team Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines Superior communication skills with the ability to liaise with people on all levels of the business On offer Onsite parking Excellent team environment Opportunity to join a progressive organisation that thrives on career development If you would like to take on this role please apply

    location Caringbah South NSW, Australia

  • Transport Clerk

    Working at the Erskine Park site, this fast paced role will serve as an administrative support role to our Transport Manager, Transport Supervisor and Transport Coordinator. About the position In this role you will manage the pallet control, book equipment, support with the manifest and dispatch of local metro loads when required, the administration of credits and returns, compiling of reports and data entry. Reporting to the Transport Manager, you will be responsible for Support the development and coordination of all weekly reports ensure they are completed in an accurate and timely manner within the specified deadline Daily collating and preparing of dispatch paperwork Accurate data entry of all movements into relevant systems Pallet Control Oversee filing and archiving of all documents. Demonstrating a commitment to safe work practices About you The successful candidate will possess the following A commitment to the Linfox safety standards and values Strong written and verbal communication skills Accurate data entry skills Intermediate Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook knowledge High attention to detail Proactive approach to problem solving and organization Reliability and desire to learn Flexible approach to tasks A team player SAP and 2IC is advantageous Further information You will be required to meet Linfoxs employment criteria which will include but not be limited to a Criminal History Check and full medical with a drug and alcohol test. Linfox encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. œCome and be part of Linfox

    location Sydney NSW 2759, Australia


    location Westfield Liverpool, Northumberland St, Liverpool NSW 2170, Australia

  • Receptionist / Administrative Assistant

    Health Careers International Pty Ltd are currently seeking an experienced and energetic person, to join our team as Receptionist Administrative Assistant. This position will be the first point of contact for all client student enquiries and will be required to demonstrate superior customer service support and administration skills. Main duties and responsibilities include (not limited to) Responding to phone face to face enquiries in a professional manner Accurately record all messages and other communication and pass on to the appropriate person department Work with the Administration department to support the management of admissions and enrollment of students Selection Criteria Minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role Excellent written and verbal communication skills Proficiency in using Microsoft office suite Ability to work independently and good time management skills A certificate IV (or above) qualification in customer service will be highly regarded In-depth understanding of ASQAANMAC regulatory guidelines and standards is highly desirable. Please feel free to visit for further information about IHNA.

    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia

  • Office Administrator

    location Parramatta Rd, Burwood NSW 2134, Australia

  • Casual Administration Assistant

    Your experience, skill set, and qualifications will include. We are looking for an experienced Administration Assistant to help us with our ever-increasing...

    location Bow Bowing Park, Bow Bowing NSW 2566, Australia

  • Office Junior

    Filing, administrative tasks like letters, emails, basic accounting skills e.g. accounts payable, accounts receivable, debt collection as required, helping with...

    location Woodpark NSW 2164, Australia


    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia

  • Radiology Receptionist - Auburn

    location Auburn Rd, Auburn NSW 2144, 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 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

  • Office All Rounder

    location Milperra NSW 2214, Australia

  • Receptionist / Student Support Officer - Aviation Industry

    location Bankstown Airport NSW, 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

  • Registration Clerk (Motor Vehicles)

    West End Mazda is seeking a Motor Vehicle Registration Clerk to join our busy team this is a permanent full time position, based at North Parramatta. This role will include (but not limited to) processing Rego and CTP for New and Used Vehicles in accurate and timely manner processing documents for disposal of used car sales and vehicle transfer provide daily supports to Administration and Sales Department back up of costing clerk, occasionally covers reception. The successful applicant will demonstrate High accuracy and good attention to detail Excellent verbal and written communication skills Well organized and be able to meet deadlines A good team player with a positive can do attitude This role will suit someone with experience in a Dealership. Applicant must hold a valid drivers licence and own vehicle. If this looks like the position you are looking for, then apply now. (Thank you for your application, only shortlist will be contacted.)

    location N Rocks Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia

  • Customer Service Administrator

    location Richmond Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia

  • Admin Assistant

    location Padstow Heights NSW, Australia

  • Customer Service / Internal Sales Person

    location Illawarra St, Sydney NSW 2218, Australia

  • Medical Receptionist

    location Parramatta Rd, Strathfield NSW 2135, Australia

  • Office and Sales Administration

    location Revesby NSW 2212, Australia

  • Events Hire and Sales Support Administrator

    Established in 1999, Ready Industries is a nationally recognised multi-brand company that currently retains many businesses including 1300TempFence, 1300Dunnys 1300Hoarding and The Printed Shade Cloth Company, to name a few. We are looking for a results-driven and passionate Event Hire and Sales Support Administrator to join our team based at our Girraween branch. This role is a multi-skilled position working across events, sales and hire and offers great work satisfaction for the right individual. Key responsibilities will include but not limited to Data Entry and use of Stock Control systems Accurate completion of quotations Follow up on all Sales and Hire Quotes Engage professionally with all internal and external customers Administration Support to Key Account Manager™s To be successful for this role you must have the following Excellent organisational and time management skills with a can do attitude A pleasant and clear phone manner with a professional demeanour Positive and enthusiastic attitude Accurate Data Entry Skills Customer Service driven Be well presented with great communication skills, both written and verbal Hire Sales andor Events Experience is desirable In return for your dedication and hard work we can offer you a competitive remuneration package, a culture of continuous improvement and work within a friendly team. To apply, please click onto the below apply button, attach your resume and application letter explaining why you would be the perfect person for this role Eligibility - Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia. Only successful candidates will be contacted.

    location Constitution Hill NSW 2145, Australia

  • Project Coordinator & Admin - Kitchens Industry , Sutherland Shire & Wollongong

    location Up Illawarra Line, Sydney NSW, Australia

  • Customer Service Officer/Admin

    Want to put your stamp on a new role working for an industry leading Australian brand? Doors Plus is a national, Australian-owned family business that has been operating for 30 years. We are now opening the door for a Customer Service OfficerAdministrator for its Support Office in Minchinbury. We are looking for a friendly, positive and innovative Customer Service OfficerAdministrator who works well both individually and as a member of a team. This newly created role will require the successful candidate to be process focused, yet flexible and able to make procedural suggestions to continually improve the overall operations of the customer service team. You will report directly to the Customer Service Team Leader. The key duties of this role will be but not limited to Receive and handle phone and email enquiries Schedule works to be completed by sub-contractors Receive and follow-up progress payments from clients Update company databases Prepare report documents Make suggestions for improvement to the Customer Service Team Leader To be considered for this role, you will have Excellent, clear communication skills - both verbal and written Confident, friendly phone manner essential Minimum 1 year experience within customer service Experience in automotive industry advantageous Proficient Microsoft Office skills, particularly Word and Excel Initiative and enthusiasm when faced with new challenges Professional appearance and manner Positive No Fuss attitude Ability to work both individually and within a team environment What™s in it for you? Consistent working hours (9-5, Mon-Fri) Convenient Western Sydney location Job security that comes with working for an industry leader Full, one-on-one training onsite with Customer Service Team Leader Immediate start If you have a friendly, positive and teachable personality with great communication skills and a desire to continue your career in customer service then we™d like to hear from you. Click the APPLY button to submit your application or email your resume to Please include the position you are applying for and your resume cover letter. Doors Plus is an organisation with specific ideas on how to meet and satisfy our clients needs. We have unique systems, products and methodologies that had been developed over the last 30 years. They™ve not only brought us to where we are today, but also set us apart from our competitors.

    location Wilmott Pl, Glenmore Park NSW 2745, Australia

  • Customer Service Officer

    Permanent part time Located at our Liverpool Clinic Good variety of tasks Opportunity to make a difference in peoples lives Our Company AudioClinic is part of a global organisation headed by a parent company based in Denmark, specialising in hearing health. At AudioClinic we add value to the lives of the hearing impaired and their families everyday. Our Culture We are proud to say at AudioClinic that our culture is shaped by a shared belief, that the restoration of good hearing will change lives We see ourselves as motivated, respectful, genuine and caring individuals. What drives every aspect of our team is focusing on our purpose of giving our clients the chance to live life to the fullest by restoring the joys of hearing. As a team we say that life is great when you are rewarded for doing something that matters. The Role AudioClinic has a permanent part time opportunity for a Customer Service Officer based at our Liverpool Clinic. Generally you will be rostered 3 full days per week across Mon - Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm. We also require you to be available to be called in at short notice to cover sick leave and to assist at other clinics if required. We also require you to be flexible to work additional days including upto fulltime hours to cover annualspecial leave requirements. You will work closely with our hearing impaired clients to provide them with the best possible service. Working alongside our hearing consultants you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our clients. Main duties responsibilities Main reception duties, greeting our customers and dealing with general enquiries General administration tasks Maintain electronic and manual files Booking appointments Maintaining our database Minor hearing aid repairs (training provided) To be considered for this role you will need to possess the following Excellent communication skills both face to face and via the phone Strong attention to detail Ability to deal with people at all levels Positive attitude Patience and compassion Sound knowledge of MS office products Well presented Flexible approach Ability to be called in at short notice when required Ability to assist at other clinics Ability to work additional days when required to cover annualspecial leave Please note Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview

    location Westfield Liverpool, Northumberland St, Liverpool NSW 2170, 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

  • Administration Manager

    location Bardia NSW 2565, Australia

  • Administration Consultant

    location Milperra NSW 2214, Australia

  • Customer Service Administrator

    location South Penrith NSW 2750, Australia

  • Facility Clerical Officer

    location Huntingwood NSW 2148, 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 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


    location Parramatta Rd, Concord NSW 2137, Australia

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