Office Manager Jobs In Sydney

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  • Pricing Administrator

    The Benedict Group of Companies was established in 1966. Benedict is an Australian family owned and operated company that has grown from a small haulage contractor, to one of the largest producers and resellers of quarried, recycled and landscape products in New South Wales. Benedict is still growing today, consistently meeting greater Sydney™s needs for civil, construction, landscaping, and recycled products, whilst fast becoming the industry leaders in recycling and resource recovery. A fantastic opportunity has become available for a skilled Pricing Administrator to join our Sales Admin Team. The successful applicant based at our Head Office in Belrose, will be working a 38-hour week with a level of flexibility to do overtime which includes Saturday shifts. The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities Daily Administration duties Weekly and monthly invoicing Monthly account reconciliation Database pricing maintenance Liaising with and managing data for external providers Providing accurate monthly sales reporting and Providing support to our outbound sales team. This role will suit a self-starter who is flexible, enjoys a fast-paced environment and can be responsive to the needs of a dynamic business. Your skills and experience will include Experience in financial administration and accounts reconciliation Advanced Excel skills being especially competent in vlookup and pivot tables Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills Ability to work in a team environment and Experience with Navision desirable but not essential. On offer for the successful candidate is the opportunity to join a talented team in a supportive environment, ongoing development opportunities and a competitive remuneration package. To apply, please submit a copy of a current resume by selecting Apply Now. Due to the high volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We apologise for any inconvenience.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager / Co-ordinator

    About the business and the role Unique MortuaryFuneral services business requires someone with exceptional administration and co-ordination skills for both its staff and clientele. This is a pivotal role, where the ability to work concisely within an often fast paced environment is crucial. A probationary period of 2 months will apply to the successful candidate. At its completion, full time work status will be offered.The right person will find this position within our small family business, very rewarding. Job tasks and responsibilities Duties include Staff co-ordination Reception, answering phone enquiries first point of contact for the business Co-ordinating relevant paperwork for our clients Managing correspondence Banking mail Providing general administrative support to clients and management Ordering equipment stock Efficient and confidential management of files Provision of concise relevant information to clients Answering all email queries. General light cleaning duties. Skills and experience Essential Criteria Demonstrated experience as an Office Manager with a high level of organisational skills, computer literacy and outstanding communication skills. Must be able to provide excellent customer service to our clients through proficient communication channels including phone, email, paper and face-to-face. Outstanding level of customer service Strong attention to detail. Excellent computer literacy. MYOB experience preferred. Fluency in written and spoken English. Ability to work the hours of 8am to 4.30 pm. Previous Funeral Industry experience preferred but not essential. Job benefits and perks Close to public transport, M2 M7. The application form will include these questions Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Business Administrator (projects)/ Team Leader

    Senior Business Administrator (projects) Team Leader About Arup A career at Arup offers you the chance to make a positive difference in the world. Independently owned and independently minded, Arup is the creative force at the heart of many of the world™s most prominent projects in the built environment. We offer a broad range of professional services that combine to make a real difference to our clients and the communities in which we work. We are truly global, and our 14,000 planners, designers, engineers and consultants around the world deliver innovative projects with creativity and passion. About you You will have 10+ years administration experience within a similar environment andor professional services company supporting a team and tracking projects commercially. You will have proven leadership and supervisory skills. You will be someone who is proactive and takes a leading role with a consultative communication style. You will have a customer focused and solution based approach and will be capable of judging a situation and choosing the best communication style to achieve the desired outcome. Advanced MS Office, Visio necessary and exposure to Team Binder and Project Wise ideal. All our in-house systems can be taught to those who are IT savvy About the role This role reports to the NSW Transport Group and Operations Leaders. You will provide leadership to the defined team of administrators within the Group and will ensure high quality administrative, commercial, project and bid support is provided to the Group. Key responsibilities will include Leadership You will be the centralised ˜manager™ of workflow, resourcing and issues arising out of the Team You will be the ˜go to™ person for issues arising out the Admin Support Team You will oversee, mentor, coach and empower performance in the Team, conduct appraisals and monitor team performance Manage the teams brand and culture Encourage collaboration, creativity and pro-activity and organise team building activities Responsible for team planning and recruiting new team members (working closely with Group Leaders and HR), approve leave requests and monitor absenteeism Day-to-day operation Provide administrative support to the Group Leadership team Oversee day-to-day operation and ensure the Team delivers a high quality and timely service to internal and external clients Provide BA support to the technical and project teams you are assigned to Working closely with the Commercial manager, manage and monitor budget for your area Delegate and re-assign tasks and set deadlines Act as point of escalation for complex, specialised or challenging requests Benefits The people at Arup are driven to find a better way and to deliver better solutions for our clients. Take advantage of Arup™s flexible working culture to set and drive your agenda we are open to candidates seeking a more flexible working week, including part-timereduced hours. We offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with qualifications and experience to the right candidate including a global profit share scheme, excellent staff benefits and long-term career development opportunities. If you are interested in helping us shape a better world, please click œApply Now to submit your online application. Penny Perkins The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as a project administrator? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    EYLEX is a leading SME in the Australian and NZ defence market. We specialise in providing optimised communication systems solutions for our end user customers. We are the exclusive in-country representative for a number of world leading Communications Ancillary OEMs and we fully back our products with extensive through life support services. At present we are looking for an experienced Office Manager who has a strong background in Finance and Administration. Working closely with the General Manager, the Office Manager will perform a wide variety of tasks such as financial administration including accounts payable, accounts receivable, processing invoices, managing expenses and management of foreign currency contracts etc. In addition to the financial administration duties the role will take the lead on HR requirements including the laws and regulations surrounding Australian workplace arrangements. These duties will include payroll, superannuation and management of leave entitlements. The role also includes managing the Work Health and Safety Systems and Workers Compensation. Other tasks include Management of company correspondence Ensuring that office services are supporting the business Purchasing of all office and warehouse goods in a timely manner Management of office equipment Liaising with outsourced services including accountants, consultants and IT support Travel Coordination The successful person will be a great verbal and written communicator, enjoy working as part of a team and have the skills to successfully lead the administration department. Experience and Qualifications Tertiary qualifications in Business Administration, Accounting andor Finance Experience in working with Accounting, Business Administration and HR Accuracy and attention to detail Sense of urgency and excellent time management Excellent communication skills, interpersonal and organisation skills Ability to prioritise Professional and punctual Due to the nature of the work involved, applicants must be Australian citizens. To apply please submit your resume to hreylex.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager | Wellness & Rehabilitation Organisation

    Opportunity available Full-time office manager position. Reduced hours will be considered, eg. a shorter 4 day week or school hours, for the right applicant Location Our Caringbah Office is located in the hub of the Business District, with public transport, supermarkets, shops and cafés. The role and whats involved You will enjoy the variety of work action referrals, generate quotes, action emails and documentation, invoicing and book keeping, payroll, data quality control, data reporting, order supplies, attend to enquiries, graphic design and simple marketing. Being an office all rounder, you will take care of all things administrative, also including simple graphic design marketing. You are a key co-ordinator between our internal exercise physiologists (EPs), internal management and operational team, and our external referring customers. Our EPs are spread throughout NSW, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia. They work remotely and you will assist them from the office using telephone, email, our software system, and video conferencing Your Skills and Experience Numerical literacy with experience using accounting software (eg Xero) Good communicator Work autonomously and as part of a team in a small office environment Skilled in use of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) A creative mind with some experience with simple graphic design and marketing, is highly advantageous Who you are Motivated to learn using new software taught to you. Full training provided You are an office manager that wants to be part of a passionate and driven team that makes a meaningful difference to the health and lives of people. You enjoy the position being autonomous, whilst being part of a team. You are positive and excited about the role that you have in the continued growth and momentum of our organisation If you have an interest in health, you will connect with our company philosophy. EXPHYS - Our Culture Our EPs restore people™s health and function to help them return to life and work following injury or illness. These clients are everyday people that are on insurance claim. We deliver unique programs for injury rehabilitation, persistent pain, cancer rehabilitation, mental well-being, chronic fatigue, and more. Our referring customers are corporate insurers who manage these claims and fund our services. They require a high level of professionalism and timeliness. We meet with our team via phone, email, video conferencing, and in-person. EXPHYS is directed by Dr Vicky Phillips (PhD) and Mr Chris Sinclair, exercise physiologists, who have over 30 years of collective experience. Our group collectively contributes to exciting projects, research, and innovative healthcare. If this sounds like you, please provide your application to Jayde Rafter via email careersexphys.com.au The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as an office manager? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? How many years of bookkeeping experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Junior Office Assistant

    About the business and the role Control Devices is a leading supplier and manufacturer of Industrial, Aerospace and Defence electronics components located in Alexandria. In 2019 we will celebrate 21 years in business. We currently have an position available working within our customer services team for an enthusiastic individual who is a quick learner and enjoys taking on any challenges that is part of the day-to-day operations of a busy office. Job tasks and responsibilities Reporting to the Operations Manager, the successful applicant will undertake the following Reception and front of house duties Taking inbound calls from customers Data entry Receiving and Despatch General office duties The successful applicant will be trained to use SAP Business One accounting and production software. Skills and experience Excellent verbal and written communication skills A professional phone manner The ability to work independently and as an effective team member Customer focussed Be able to focus, multi-task , prioritise and work under pressure to meet deadlines Microsoft Office experience preferred If you re interested in this role, please forward your CV to accountscontroldevices.net We look forward to hearing from you. NO AGENCIES PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK IN AUSTRALIA The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Scholarships Manager

    Scholarships Manager About AIEF hard heads, soft hearts, capable hands AIEF was established in 2008 in response to community demand from Indigenous families who choose to enrol their children in boarding schools. Bringing together the government and private sector, AIEF provides scholarship funding for Indigenous students to complete Year 12 or tertiary studies, with career support to help them make a successful transition to their chosen fields. AIEF has consistently achieved annual retention and Year 12 completion rates and career transition rates above 90 since funding its first scholarship in 2008. Backed by some of Australia™s most influential business and community leaders, AIEF has grown from one scholarship student to now having around 450 students on scholarships annually, with a network of over 600 alumni and growing by over 70 graduates each year, from over 400 communities in every state and territory of Australia. www.aief.com.au The Role The Scholarships Manager ensures the successful implementation of the AIEF Scholarships Program. Reporting to the Scholarships Director, this role includes the development of program strategy, day-to-day management of the Scholarships Program and team, and the management of relationships with schools and other key stakeholders. As AIEF™s Scholarships Manager, you will In conjunction with the Scholarships Director, develop the overall Scholarship Program Strategy as well as specific subprogram strategies Manage Scholarships Program planning, risk management and resource allocation Manage program and policy review and improvement Oversee the collation and evaluation of data and manage reporting requirements Manage annual financial acquittal and scholarship distribution processes Develop and review partnership contract agreements Manage current and prospective school relationships and corporate relationships related to AIEF Tertiary Scholarships and Lead, support and coach Scholarships team members. The Person We are looking for someone who emulates AIEFs core values of œhard heads, soft hearts and capable hands and has Minimum Bachelor™s degree in a relevant discipline such as business management or finance, or equivalent work experience Three to five years™ experience as a mid-level manager executing strategy, managing teams, aligning resources and making operational decisions to organisational mission Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills, with a high level of experience in stakeholder management, particularly related to educational institutions and corporate partners Analytical skills and experience in managing financial distributions, budgets and acquittals Knowledge of and experience in the review and management of contracts and reporting to government and other stakeholders and Experience in program delivery and improvement particularly in an education environment. All AIEF employees are required to undergo a National Criminal Record Check by the Australian Federal Police and a Working with Children Check by the relevant State and Territory Government(s) as a condition of employment. This position is based in our Sydney office and travel is required as a normal part of the role. How to apply Please send your CV with a one to two page cover letter addressing the criteria listed under The Person to jobsaief.com.au. Please also include where you saw this advertisement. Applications Close 9am Tuesday 23 July AIEF values diversity in our workforce and encourages applications from candidates of all backgrounds, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Manager

    Based out of a brand new Global Head Office in the heart of Alexandria, our staff enjoy access to a broad range of retail providers, vibrant cafes and...

    location Alexandria Ln, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    The Company Well established global travel company with a presence in 36 countries. We pride ourselves on providing our customers and clients with the best travel experience possible. Position We are seeking an energetic Administration Officer to join our Sydney CBD office. Working within the HR team, you will be working autonomously on office administration tasks, this requires initiative, accuracy, and excellent customer service skills. Responsibilities Provide administrative service and support to all departments and offices Order stationary, dry stores, office equipment and other items Manage mail, couriers, and correspondence Liaise with suppliers and internal customers Organise company events and staff meetings Business Names and Licences Preparing Invoicing Essential Criteria Intermediate Microsoft office skills incl Excel Excellent problem solving skills A desire to learn and take on new tasks Excellent communication skills Previous office experience If this sound like the opportunity that you have been looking for please send in a cover letter outlining your interest in the role, include you resume. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have customer service experience? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    About the role Reporting to Directors on operations, staffing and other office matters liaison with staff, co-ordination of staff leave. Ensuring the office layout and environment including office equipment, stationery and consumables are well maintained. Assisting the Director with marketing initiatives, knowledge of social media and website updates would be an advantaged. Being in charge payroll and accounts, using MYOB. Manage and lead HR recruitment and staff wellbeing. Manage office and operations of SME in constructions Setting up meetings and assist with planning Strong Team Player. Skills experience 6 years in a similar role as an Office Manager Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills Good attention to detail Excellent at time management and prioritizing Ability to work under pressure and Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs Knowledge in MYOB. The position is full time 8am to 4pm, with an excellent salary package and long-term job security. If you have the experience outline above and are interested in this role please contact Sylvie with your resume and contract details, accountsdesignhub.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Manager

    Administration Manager The Company The Travel Corporation, a leading travel company compromising of well-known travel brands such as Contiki, AAT Kings, Trafalgar, Busabout, Adventure World, Uniworld Cruising and Insight Vacations. The Travel Corporation is represented by over 40 sales offices and 10,000 team members globally, whilst serving over 2 million customers annually across more than 70 countries. Our Amazing Brand AAT Kings operates as a leading tour provider specialising in Australia and New Zealand. Offering tours to iconic destinations such as Uluru, Kakadu, The Kimberley, Milford Sound, and Franz Josef Glacier AAT Kings offer unparalleled service to a diverse and global customer base. Based out of a brand new Global Head Office in the heart of Alexandria, our staff enjoy access to a broad range of retail providers, vibrant cafes and restaurants including the Grounds of Alexandria The Role The role of the Administration Manager is primarily responsible for end to end administrative support for the Managing Director (MD) of AAT Kings Australia and the AAT Kings Australia team. As the right hand support to the MD, the role is suited to a customer focused individual who thrives on anticipating customer needs, effortlessly manages multiple priorities with accuracy, excellent project management skills and maintains a solid front in keeping the business priorities and the MD of AAT Kings on schedule. The role is also responsible for assisting with the coordination of the office™s building maintenance as guided by the Director of Finance (Building Manager) via the MD for the AAT Kings office in Alexandria. The Candidate You are a customer service expert with the ability to build relationships quickly. As a keen problem solver, you work well under pressure and meet your deadlines through effective prioritisation and task management. Your strong attention to detail will help you create the ultimate experience for our customers. As an energetic and motivated self-starter, you will strive towards individual, team and organisational goals whilst maintaining the highest standards of service. Previous experience in administration management will be highly regarded. APPLY NOW If this is the type of role that excites you and you wish to put your skills to work, then we would love to hear from you. Apply now and start your journey with us. The Travel Corporation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We not only encourage and support diversity in the workplace, we celebrate it If you feel you have the skills and experience to thrive in a supportive and inclusive environment, we want to hear from you 82-86 Bourke Road, Alexandria NSW 2015

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Team Leader

    Administration Team Leader Employment Type Temporary Full Time (up to 12 months) Position Classification Administration Officer Level 5 Remuneration 32.84 - 33.62 per hour Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ117244 Where youll be working Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment. What youll be doing WSLHD Community Mental Health Services (CMHS) provide recovery oriented, trauma informed services that are guided by evidence based practices and collaboration. The Administrative Officer Level 5 role supports the Admin Team to manage front desk reception, works closely with the Team Leaders of CMHS, coordinates various meetings and takes minutes and provides other supportive roles to the CMHS. This position also includes the management of both electronic and paper medical records, compiling medico legal reports, the coordination of Tribunal and Magistrates hearings, fulfilling general office duties and contributing to the smooth operation of the CMHS. ------------------------------------------------------------- People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard. Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal job applicants by providing information about applying for roles in NSW Health organisations. For more information, please visit httpwww.steppingup.health.nsw.gov.au Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Please note A person who is not an Australian citizen or a permanent resident is only eligible for temporary employment for a period not longer than the duration of their current visa or a period not shorter than the duration of the advertised position. ------------------------------------------------------------- Essential Criteria Vaccination Category A Checks National Police Check and Working with Children Check ------------------------------------------------------------- Selection Criteria Relevant qualifications in business, office administration (e.g. Certificate III in Business Management) andor equivalent experience in similar officeadministrativecustomer servicereception management roles. Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them. Demonstrated commitment to providing high quality, professional and customer focused service and experience in the review, development, implementation and maintenance of administrative office systems. Excellent communication skills, including accurate spelling, good comprehension, telephone skills, confidence in the spoken word and ability to deal courteously with a range of health professionals. Advanced practical skills and knowledge of with MS Office, in particular Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and eMR with accurate word processing and minute taking skills with a particular focus on attention to detail. Demonstrated advanced organisational skills including the ability to manage competing demands in a busy environment and demonstrated ability to work both independently and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated ability to understand and perform duties associated with the requirements of the NSW Mental Health Act 2007, Mental Health Review Tribunal and Guardianship Tribunal and other appropriate Acts and Regulations. Current Drivers Licence valid within Australia (P2 Acceptable). Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description 2) Find out more about applying for this position 3) For role related queries or questions contact Antoni Yesudoss on 02 9840 3003 or email Antoni.Yesudosshealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close 21st July 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 NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Work regular part-time hours that suit you Permanent part-time, with super and pro-rata leave Help us create public value as part of our small, flexible team the company At H4 Consulting, we are not like other management consultants. We specialise in working with public sector and publicly funded organisations. Public service is our vocation. We understand the unique challenges and opportunities involved in creating public value and we believe its the best use of our skills. We are a small company and plan to stay that way, building to our ideal team size of fifteen - small enough to stay flat and flexible but large enough to think big in the work that we do. the role Reporting to the Managing Director, you will run the office day-to-day, taking charge of all administrative functions. You will support a busy team of consultants to focus on delivering public value on a wide range of client engagements. The role is ~50 of full-time, but negotiable within reasonable business hours. Could suit a parent returning to work during school hours, an older worker stepping down to part-time, or a student negotiating different hours each semester. For the right person, we will make it work. As the Office Manager at the heart of our boutique consulting firm you will Communicate with clients, team members and others to answer questions, disseminate or explain information Maintain and update physical and electronic records and filing, administrative policies and procedures, database systems Manage, direct and coordinate correspondence, both physical and electronic Compute, record, proofread and assist with the presentation of documents and data Complete work schedules, manage calendars, track deliverables and arrange appointments and travel Complete basic bookkeeping, including generating and paying invoices, recording transactions, payroll, and appropriate record keeping using Xero Prepare meeting agendas, attend meetings, take minutes and monitor actions Operate and order supplies for office equipment and stationery Ensure that the office is well-organised and well-presented skills experience Excellent client-focus and commitment to creating public value Intermediate Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent organisational skills and the ability to plan for and meet deadlines Tact, discretion and commitment to client confidentiality Ability to work unsupervised as part of a geographically dispersed team Public sector experience desirable, but not essential. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? How many years of bookkeeping experience do you have? Whats your expected hourly rate?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office/Administration Manager

    OfficeAdministration Manager The Company Located Kogarah, Sydney NSW, this company is a leading national document destruction company. Due to growth this opportunity has become available for an experienced Administration Manager to join a growing team. The Position Supporting the Managing Director, you will assist in being a point of contact for the office of around 10 office employees. You will have exceptional communication skills and a trustworthy nature as you will be dealing with matters of confidentiality. If organisation and multi-tasking are your strengths and you are meticulous in all your dealings as this role brings with it a wide-spread range of responsibilities, keep reading This role is fast paced, forever changing and no day will ever look the same for the successful administrator. Duties include but are not limited to Administrate wages and weekly payroll Accounts payable and receivable and aged claims Manage daily and weekly banking Stock-take interimpaperwork submissions General administration duties OHS reporting Collect company stats and report of KPI™s Oversee general office admin duties Ideal Background Experience in financial and statistical reporting Bookkeeping experience preferable but not required (MYOB) CRM experience desirable but not essential Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite Experience in payroll Understanding of HR processes Strong experience in a similar role Ability to lead and contribute to team situations essential Due to the vast diversity of this role, organisation and prioritising tasks effectively is crucial, as well as being able to delegate tasks when required. An outstanding level of communication is a must as you will be communicating with multiple levels within the organisation and training other employees. A positive and self-motivated attitude will be highly regarded when applying. Rewards A positive work environment Flexible Working Hours (6 per day) Salary 46 800 (30h) + Super + A Company Car If you wish to know more about this awesome opportunity, please contact Frankie on 0468 713 545 To apply for this position, please click apply The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration manager? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager | Full Time | McMahons Point

    OUR SIZE, SCOPE SCALE = ENDLESS OPPORTUNITY Office Manager Full Time McMahons Point An exciting opportunity to work and grow in our global organisation as the new Office Manager at Compass Group Australia, located in picturesque McMahon™s Point (only a 7 min walk to North Sydney train station). The Position As our new Office Manager, reporting to the Executive Assistant “ you will be responsible for providing administration and support tasks to our team based in McMahons Point. Delivery of brilliant customer service is at the heart of everything you do. Administration, reception and general office management tasks are your forte. Most importantly you will be the go-to person for clients and staff bringing a solutions-focussed approach to all enquires and requests. Key Duties Day-to-day running of the office Ensuring a safe working environment for all visitors and staff Managing a busy switchboard in a professional and timely manner (70-80 calls per day) Greeting and directing a high volume of internal and external guests Organising office events and catering Delivery of induction orientation for new starters Managing a high volume of daily postal correspondence, site correspondence and other mail Preparing car parking rosters managing parking allocations Ordering kitchen supplies, stationery and consumables Liaising with contractors for required and regular equipment maintenance Assisting in marketing support and other collateral for sites The Person Given this role offers a wide scope of accountability and autonomy, your highly organised nature and commitment to exceptional service is a key requisite. Demonstrable experience within a similar role Excellent time-management and high attention to detail Ability to multi-task, prioritise and problem solve A self-starting, motivated and passionate individual who takes initiative Ability to work under pressure and meet competing priorities The ability to interact effectively with stakeholders of all levels and offer assistance when required Intermediate computer skills including Microsoft Office suite This is a full time, permanent position Monday to Friday 8.30am “ 5pm The Benefits As the ˜face and voice™ of Compass Group, you will have the support, infrastructure, systems and processes that you would expect from a global organisational. To be recognised as an employer of choice we also have an attractive benefits program including a competitive salary, recognition programs and company discounts. If youre looking for a career where you set the standard for personal advancement, then Compass Group is for you. Working together, we will continue to experience success as the industrys best. If this position sounds like the job for you and you are looking for a thriving, results focused career, please apply now. Compass Group embraces Equal Opportunity and promotes diversity. We actively encourage Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people, men and women of all backgrounds, ages, sexual orientation and People with Disability to apply.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Assistant Practice Manager

    Vitalis family Medical Practice is a young and rapidly growing family friendly medical practice in the heart of the Sutherland Shire. We are GP owned and operated and we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care to the local community. We are seeking to add an enthusiastic and dynamic Assistant Practice Manager to our team. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Medical administrator to take the next step in their career into Practice Management. Hours and remuneration package are negotiable depending on skills and experience. The successful candidate will have strong organisational and leadership skills. They will have a strong work ethic and an eye for detail. The successful candidate will be responsible for Day to day operational running of a busy family orientated general practice Building + growing our patient base Relationship building with doctors and allied health practitioners. Staff management including rostering, appraisals and fostering a positive team environment Maintaining a safe and healthy working environment Ensuring the delivery and standard of customer service and the organisations processes and procedures are maintained at a high level. To be successful in this role you will possess Medical administrative experience A positive, organised and pro-active attitude Strong leadership, communication, mentoring and motivational skills A professional manner and presentation The ability to think on your feet and solve problems Essential Criteria The ability to manage small businessoffice including human resources, planning, budgeting reporting (minimum of two years experience in this role). Basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel. Proven excellent leadership and management skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Desirable Knowledge of Best Practice medical software Completion of an accredited bookkeeping course. Advanced computer skills including MS Excel, Powerpoint, Word and Adobe. Accredited training in business or medical practice management knowledge of medical terminology Good working knowledge of medicare and DVA claiming including practice incentive payment and service incentive payment schemes. Member of AAPM CPRTriage training andor experience Experience with specific social groups serviced by practice, such as adolescents, aged care, migrant or refuge groups, aboriginals Torres Straight islanders, etc. Training andor experience in management of emergencies, handling complaints, Medicare health funds, basic infection control, safe handling disposal of medical waste, etc Closing date for applications is Wednesday 31st of July 2019 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Coordinator Client Service

    Coordinator Client Service Are you an inspiring people leader who enjoys coaching a team to achieve their goals? Do you have expertise in customer service and engagement, scheduling, rostering, logistics and workforce planning? Do you want to do work that matters? We are seeking an experienced Client Engagement Team Coordinator to guide, coach and mentor our Client Services officers and Scheduling team in order to effectively meet the needs of our clients and drive business objectives. In return, you™ll lead a people and purpose driven team with the opportunity to grow your career and positively impact the success of the organisation. You also get to do work that matters “ ensuring our clients customers receive the best in disability and allied health services. The role is based in Prairiewood and is a Permanent FT role. You™ll be responsible and accountable for your own work flow whilst leading a team and be expected to exercise judgement and initiative, you will take ownership of the efficiency of the intake functions of service delivery and the client relationship. The role exists to provide support and assistance to clients and families accessing Cerebral Palsy Alliance services by Leading the client engagement team Being a point of contact for clients and families seeking access to services and assisting them to identify priorities and goals using person centred frameworks Establishing service plans for clients that meet NDIS and clinical requirements Facilitating the coordination of services for clients Coordinating implementation of a positive client relationship Scheduling appointments in liaison with staff, families, schools, preschool and other service providers Leading and fostering networks with other local providers Supporting team members to provide quality service to clients and families Who are we? At Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) we pride ourselves on our high-quality family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Our priority is to support people living with cerebral palsy to lead an independent and inclusive life. The wider team comprises of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, exercise physiologists, social workers, physiotherapists, disability and youth support workers. Our therapy services are based around a client and family-centred philosophy, in which all team members, including our administrators, collaborate to work towards achieving the goals identified by clients and their families. Our organisation is driven by its values “ integrity, passion, excellence, courage and respect. The successful candidate will possess strong professional and ethical values that align with this philosophy. What will your responsibilities include? Creating a trusting and collaborative environment Leading a team to achieve efficient service delivery including scheduling and rostering Mentoring, coaching and supporting team members on a daily basis Motivating and inspiring team members and driving service optimisation Assisting with planning and forecasting for future growth Ensuring consistent and relevant reporting is used to measure performance Coordinating communications across the business as required What will you bring to the role? Recent team leadership experience gained in a fast paced customer centric environment Proven experience in scheduling, rostering, logistics and workforce planning Experience in using databases and technology applications to roster staff, resources and assets Experience in successfully implementing process improvements within a business Exceptional verbal and written communication skills and ability to engage with and influence stakeholders Strong commercial acumen, negotiation and problem solving skills Strong organisational, prioritisation and multi-tasking abilities Current drivers licence What do we offer? A competitive salary and benefits package (including salary packaging options) Every opportunity to apply your experience and expertise to benefit your team Opportunity to continuously develop your skills Opportunity to progress your career Opportunity to contribute your ideas for improving quality and service delivery, and to get involved in decision-making Enquiries Candice ROBERTSON Ph 99758416 Applications Close 31072019 Candice ROBERTSON 99758416

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant Opportunity As an Administration Assistant, help keep the Army running smoothly, while enjoying a good salary plus generous superannuation ongoing investment in your personal and career development free medical and dental job security and a good worklife balance rewarding work and world-class training subsidised accommodation a supportive team environment travel and leave entitlements free access to sports and fitness facilities friendships that last a lifetime All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel. Your role In the morning youre processing personnel leave requests or distributing orders on behalf of your commander. That afternoon youre on the firing range. This is no ordinary administration job, and the Army is no ordinary employer. As one of Australias largest and most dynamic organisations, it takes a great deal of administrative effort to keep the Army running smoothly and effectively. In the rewarding role of Administration Assistant youll act as a first point of contact within your Army unit, between units, and with your counterparts in the Navy and Air Force. So your communications skills, and your ability to juggle tasks, will be tested on a daily basis. Youll learn to handle correspondence process leave and pay manage finance tasks organise records, maps and logbooks, and generally support your commanders in barracks, when in the bush, and on deployments (which may be overseas). You will also be taught general soldiering duties, which could take you out on training exercises, or even away on deployments or disaster-relief operations. The admin, office and finance skills you gain with the Army will lead to nationally-recognised qualifications that will benefit your whole career. Better still, you™ll be working for a dynamic national organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities and experiences you simply won™t find anywhere else. Sounds good? Then apply now. Salary Fully-paid training Once trained, starting package approx. 61,800 p.a. plus superannuation Numerous other benefits Location Training in Wagga Wagga NSW and Bandiana VIC Then posting to any Army base or unit across Australia, or to a Navy or Air Force base Entry Requirements At least 17 years of age Australian Citizen Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics If you do not have the required passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply. How to Apply Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here Administration Assistant position description

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • BRANCH MANAGER ASSISTANT

    BRANCH MANAGER ASSISTANT We are an Access Hire company located in the Sutherland Shire. We seek an experienced and self motivated person to become part of our team. You will report Directly to the Manager and will assist with Day to Day Management of the Office Sales and Customer Service Efficient operation of the Branch You must have Sound Communication skills and Computer skills, great organisation skills, excellent customer service skills with high volume transactions, must have understanding of Budgets and be able to gain knowledge of equipment Drivers Licence a must Experience in Customer Service and working within the hire rental industry, building industry, tools and mechanical will be an advantage. If you want a full time long term roll please apply for this job Please phone 0408 961 134 or email accountssydneyaccess.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a branch manager? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Front Office Manager

    Front Office Manager North Shore Private Hospital Permanent Full time Leading health care provider Excellent staff rewards and recognition program An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic individual to join our team as the Front Office Manager. Reporting to the Commercial Manager, the Front Office Manager is responsible for the management and coordination of the administrative functions that relate to the front office, admissions and ward reception. The position provides leadership and direction to all administrative functions throughout the hospital ensuring efficient and effective administrative support whilst delivering excellent customer service. Key accountabilities Managing the patient administration process which include scheduling, booking, verifying patient™s health fund coverage and providing accurate cost estimate informed financial consent Ensure accurate and timely provision of paperwork certificates related to admissions required to submit claims Liaise with internal and external customers stakeholders to assist with the admission process Provide leadership and ongoing training to admin staff Support the culture for continuous improvement and lead the change management process where required. Demonstrate the Ramsay Way To be successful for this role you will need to have Experience in all areas of front office management, preferably within a health setting Demonstrated ability to successfully manage individuals and work groups whilst working as part of a wider team Demonstrated commercial acumen, attention to detail and ability to prioritise workload Excellent communication, customer service and organisational skills Strong planning and organisational skills Excellent computer skills Desirable Criteria Knowledge of Health Fund contracting system and processes Experience within health care setting Meditech or similar patient administration software experience Why Ramsay? Flexible work practices to best match your worklife balance Professional Development “ Grow your career across our national network Employee assistance program Industry discounts across private health insurance, retail services, financial services and more. link removed About the Organisation Owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care, Australia™s largest and most respected private hospital operator, North Shore Private Hospital is centrally located on Sydney™s lower North Shore a 10 minute walk tot h St Leonards railway station. North Shore Private Hospital is a 313 bed medsurgical hospital which performs most surgical specialties including cardiothoracic, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, vascular, ENT, advanced general and colorectal, urology, spinal surgery, paediatrics, oncology and medical care. NSPH is owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care. Our theatre consists of 17 operating theatres. Ramsay focuses on maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety, being an employer of choice, and operating its business according to The Ramsay Way link removed philosophy People Caring for People. How to Apply All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button within this ad to lodge an application (applications should include CV and 2 current work-related referees). Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases prior to commencement. Close Date 4 August 2019 at 1155 PM Richard Ryan Chief Executive Officer Email ryanriramsayhealth.com.au No agency, direct applications only

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Coordinator (ALERT)

    JOIN OUR TEAM Administration Coordinator (ALERT) Salary Package From 83,478 to 92,146 p.a. (HEW Level 6) plus 17 employers superannuation and annual leave loading. Appointment Type Full-time fixed term position for 3 years Macquarie University (North Ryde) location The Role The Australian Lymphoedema Education, Research and Treatment (ALERT) program is seeking an Administration Coordinator. This position involves taking an active role in supporting the Director and ALERT team across all administrative tasks, including project development and implementation, budget development and management, preparation of presentations and reports, and diary and travel support. The role will also be involved in providing support to the administration of the program. For further information regarding this position, please click here to view the position description. About You You will be an enthusiastic, adaptable and competent administrator with experience in a similar role. You will be able to work with minimal supervision, show initiative and anticipate requirements, ensuring that deadlines and objectives are met. You will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills, and a keen attention to detail. You will also possess a high skill level in the Microsoft Office suite, particularly Excel and have experience in working with a range of online systems. About Us The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is ambitiously pushing the boundaries of progressive thinking and challenging what™s possible to solve some of the big issues of our time, both nationally and on a global scale. The Faculty forms part of MQ Health, an integrated academic health sciences enterprise which incorporates Macquarie University Hospital and primary and speciality clinics. We have active research programs in neurosciences (especially motor neuron disease, neurological rehabilitation and the clinical neuroscience of pain), cancer medicine, and vascular science, amongst others. Our Faculty hosts the Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI), an internationally acclaimed powerhouse researching health systems, e-health and patient safety. Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 54 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we™ve grown to become the centre of a vibrant local and global community. Connect with us today. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate 1 to 2-page cover letter addressing the selection criteria Relevant qualifications andor proven experience in business administration or a related discipline. Demonstrated experience in project coordination with an ability to track and achieve project activities. Demonstrated experience in creatingmanaging budgets and expenditure. Demonstrated track record in maintaining strong relationships with stakeholders (internally and externally) at all levels of an organisation. Demonstrated experience in the ability to reference publications (preferably in Endnote). Exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Previous experience in preparing agendas, reports and meeting minutes. Specific Role Enquiries Louise Koelmeyer, Senior Lecturer at louise.koelmeyermq.edu.au. General Recruitment Enquiries Gurnoor Dhillon, HR Administrator at gurnoor.dhillonmq.edu.au. Applications Close Tuesday, 30 July 2019 at 1155pm AEST Macquarie University is committed to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. We value individual difference and recognise the strength of a vibrant, diverse and inclusive workforce where the backgrounds, perspectives and experiences of our staff are a driving force for collaboration, innovation and impact. We work to ensure genuine equality of opportunity for people regardless of their gender, age, cultural background, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability andor family status, and we encourage you to apply for a position at Macquarie University.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager Assistant

    Office Manager Assistant Spinifex Recruiting are seeking an experienced Office Manager within the government sector who are pursuing a long-term contract. This position sits within the government sector and is located out of the Sydney CBD. The contract is long-term and is initially for a 12-month period. Essential requirements of the role Capability to commit the length of the role Ability to work well under pressure in a high-volume environment Experience in the public sector and a similar position is highly regarded Sense of urgency excellent time management and priorities work About the role The successful candidate in the role sits on the reception desk in the Ministers Office, there is a concierge that deals with the public, but the successful candidate will be answering the phone to the public and greeting people for meetings with the Ministerial Staff Co-ordinate the boardroom and meeting requests Assist with the diary management process (helping set up meetings etc.) Print out the daily diary of the Minister Organise and collate sensitive documents Inform the staff with queries about Ministers diary and ad hoc inquiries General Office Admin e.g. stationary, kitchen area, boardroom, organising cake for birthdays etc. Support the Private Secretary in her role This role is more than a receptionist and is critical to the running of the office If you would have any questions or queries about the role, please do not hesitate to call Kaitlyn McRae on (02)9290 3733 for a confidential conversation.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator/Secretary in Milsons Point

    An opportunity has arisen for an Office Administrator within our boutique accountancy practice - we offer a highly competitive salary flexible hours for suitable candidates. Our Practice Growing practice with a passion for excellence High quality and interesting client base Friendly young team and vibrant culture Commitment to rewarding exceptional performance Candidate Requirements Organised, detail orientated and efficient High standard of personal presentation Excellent command of the English language - both written and verbal Previous experience in the accountancy industry preferred Competence with Microsoft Word and Excel is essential A friendly, confident and proactive persona Responsibilities of the role include Electronic imaging of documents Record management and updating client files Data entry Preparation and distribution of incoming and outgoing mail Welcoming clients in person and by phone Management of accounts payable and debtors Other ad-hoc administrative duties Other more complex tasks as your knowledge and skills develop (or from the outset based on experience) Experience involving use of the following software packages will be highly regarded Xero Xero Practice Manager CAS 360 Simple Fund 360 Applicants with previous experience in an accounting firm will be highly regarded and remunerated accordingly. However, strong candidates from other industries will also be considered. If you believe this role is for you we look forward to receiving your application today The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager (APS 6) – Sydney

    Office Manager (APS 6) “ Sydney Australian Government Solicitor (AGS), is the Australian Government™s central legal service and part of the Attorney-General™s Department. It is a centre of excellence and expertise in areas of law of importance to the Commonwealth and in managing complex and systemic issues for the Commonwealth. AGS has offices in every capital city and a complement of approximately 370 lawyers who practise principally in the areas of public law dispute resolution and law enforcement and commercial law. AGS is a self-funded legal practice and competes in the market for the majority of its legal work. For further information about AGS practice areas and our business please visit our website www.ags.gov.au As Office Manager, you will manage and oversee the day-to-day delivery of high quality, effective and efficient office services for the Sydney office. To be a strong contender for this role you will have demonstrated experience in office and building facilities management excellent problem solving and project management skills a passion for providing excellent customer service and a track record of achievement. You will also have a proven ability to build relationships, manage staff and collaborate effectively across all levels. Your ability to engender confidence and trust will be complemented by sound judgement and first class communication skills. This role will also supervise the provision of hospitality for marketing and other AGS events, and provide additional support in other corporate functions to the Sydney office. Experience in these areas will be highly regarded. For further information about the requirements of the Office Manager position, please refer to the role description available on our recruitment portal. Remuneration This is an ongoing full-time position. This position is designated as Legal Practice Support and classified as APS Level 6. Salary will be negotiated with the successful applicant within the APS 6 range depending on their skills and experience. The successful applicant will be covered by the Attorney-Generals Department Enterprise Agreement 2016. Location This position is based in Sydney. How to apply To apply, please click the Apply button. Please include your CV and a covering letter (no more than 2 pages) indicating relevant experience with reference to the required skills and experience set out above. Eligibility To apply for this role you must be an Australian citizen. The successful candidate will be required to obtain and maintain a security clearance at the appropriate level. Canberra Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth Adelaide Hobart Darwin

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Equipment Assistant Casual

    Equipment Assistant Casual Looking for a dynamic career with a company that encourages and rewards creativity and fresh thinking? Do you love turning the complex into something simple and easy to understand? The Nielsen Company... The Nielsen Company is the largest provider of global marketing and media information, and is one of the most trusted sources of intelligence for maximising marketing success. At Nielsen, we are passionate about improving our clients™ understanding of what their consumers watch and what they buy whether it be buying detergent or buying a car listening to the radio or surfing the web. Through our combined insights, experiences, knowledge, market intelligence and advanced technologies “ Nielsen provides clients with a clearer and more complete understanding of their markets and consumers. We provide outstanding career opportunities for professionals in marketing, client service and other business disciplines and we are committed to shaping our future leaders through exceptional training, development, and mentoring programs. The Job... The Consumer Panel Services team are looking an enthusiastic person to join their small team in Sydney. This is a casual job. You will be required to work, within 8 am 5 pm. Flexible across 4-5 weekdays. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for CPS Dispatch area. This includes Preparing equipment for dispatch, including cleaning, testing, and packing Sending and receiving various supplies Maintaining accurate database records and reports Maintaining supply levels including stocktaking, ordering, and invoice processing Liaising with external vendors Supervision, training and task delegation for dispatch assistant when required Other various administration tasks “ e.g. mail outs The successful applicants will have High attention to detail Strong organisational skills Ability to apply a methodical approach to processing equipment Basic to intermediate computer skills Good communication skills Ability to work autonomously and as part of a small team Dispatch experience not essential Interested in becoming an integral part of a highly motivated, fun team? Click the ˜apply now™ button below. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Coordinator

    Office Coordinator Want to make a genuine impact in a hyper-growth, product led SaaS company? Want to influence how processes are established, in an agile and supportive environment as we scale internationally? With over 90,000 businesses now on the Deputy platform, our team has done exceptionally well in scaling the business and building out product functionality. Weve only scratched the surface in terms of what we can do for the global economy. Want to learn more? Apply today The role As our dedicated Office go to person, youll be working closely with the HR and leadership team to provide administrative and general support while also performing reception duties for within Deputys growing team. What youll do Office management through the ordering and maintenance of stationery, food, hardware and software Managing coordinating Deputy APAC events, including the Friday breakfasts, Wednesday lunches, APAC team events and assisting the recruiting team in organising meet ups at Deputy, including catering and set up. Facilities building management, including management of the cleaners on both levels Ordering office kitchen supplies. General reception duties, including ensuring the desk is covered at all times. Travel management - domestic and international Arrange and provide support for meeting and conferences including coordination, preparation and distribution of materials, agendas and minute taking Coordinating diaries and schedules for Executives across global timezones Providing support to various departments as required, including sales, marketing, HR and Finance Ad hoc requests as required Key Skills 3+ years experience in a similar role Outstanding communication Strong organisation, multi-tasking and initiative Proficient in MS Office suite and G Suite Thrive in a busy environment where no two days are the same Strong administration skills Strong attention to detail Loads of passion and innovation WHY JOIN? Australian Hyper-Growth Startup - Head Office in Sydney Why IVP Invested in Deputy Winner of Westpac Innovative Business of Tomorrow 2018 No. 5 on Forbes Cloud 100 for 2018 Rising stars Deloittes 21 Fastest Growing Technology Startups in Aus 2018 Raised 111M Series B Round led by IVP, OpenView (our Series A investor), Square Peg Capital and EVP. Global Growth across APAC, America and EMEA. OUR MISSION At Deputy we™re on a mission to change the way the world works. Since 2008 over 200 million shifts have been rostered on Deputy, in over 90 countries, and across 245 different industries. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics reported over 80 million hourly workers comprising over 60 of the US workforce in 2017. Global estimates are that hourly workers are 80 “ 90 of the workforce. Yet while hourly workers comprise such large majorities of the global workforce, there is a stark lack of software tools available today that directly address their needs We™re making it easier for businesses and teams to roster staff, manage leave, complete payroll and take the admin out of work so that our customers can focus on doing what they love. We hire amazing people to do what they™re best at, and work with some incredible businesses all around the world. Deputy believes in equal opportunity and that inclusiveness and diversity promotes innovation. Our global team members are from a variety of cultures. And we welcome different perspective and skills. Interested? Apply now The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as an office coordinator? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Accounts/Office Manager

    Sharon Moss Legal Pty Ltd is a well-known legal practice located in modern offices in Dee Why on Sydneys Northern Beaches comprising a great team of experienced solicitors, licensed conveyancers and support staff. We are offering a contract or casual accountoffice manager position three days per week, with no less than five years bookkeeping experience. The applicant will work closely with the Principal of the firm and must be experienced in accounts payable and receivable, payroll, superannuation, BAS statement preparation and lodgement, trust accounting and compliance bank reconciliation requirements, billing, journals and ledgers, financial reporting, staff entitlements, data entry, assisting with administrative duties. We are looking for a person who is highly organised, has an absolute attention to detail, is responsible for and can carry out office procedures with minimal supervision, and has the ability to meet deadlines. Working well as part of a team is a necessary requirement. The applicant must be proficient in legal-based software, preferably Practice Evolve, with a minimum Cert IV in bookkeeping. Excellent language and communication skills are essential. This is a great opportunity for someone wanting to work close to home, in a pleasant and modern working environment, with a great team of people. We are looking for the right applicant for the position and will consider ONLY EXPERIENCED applicants. Position to commence immediately with three months probation. Salary dependent upon experience and suitability. Please provide covering letter and CV to sharonsmosslegal.com.au. Sharon Moss Principal Sharon Moss Legal 02 9981 1211 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? How many years experience do you have as an office manager? How many years experience do you have as an office administrator? How would you rate your English language skills?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Membership Engagement Manager

    POSITION SUMMARY Reporting directly to the Executive Director Membership Engagement, the role of Membership Engagement Manager has a primary focus on delivering our strategic objective of connectivity. Key to this is supporting a broad range of AFIA member engagement deliverables including events, marketing, information management together with member on-boarding and administration. You will liaise closely within and among our membership. In addition, the role assists in the delivery of AFIA™s other strategic objectives representation and insights including by supporting the Executive Director Policy, as required, through the coordination of appointments and events with external key stakeholders political influencers, policy decision-makers and regulators. As a member of a small team you will support the CEO and other team members as required to execute AFIA™s strategy and business plan, taking a hands-on approach. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Representation, Insights and Connectivity · Administer the membership recruitment and retention activities, focusing on exceptional member experiences. · Administer on the membership engagement strategy through the delivery of high-quality member events (including regular meetings, Associate member partnering events, Annual Legal Risk and Compliance Workshop and Conference). · Responsible for CRM implementation, data entry and daily upkeep. · Event management support including budget management and liaising with external suppliers for arranging appropriate venues, logistic coordination for catering, AV system, and venue set up. · Administer membership communications activities (including for social media) and implement via information resources (marketing material, web etc.) to ensure the Associations interface with current and prospective · Administer membership pricing, invoicing and the integrity of the membership database. · Respond to requests from members and others for assistance · Coordination of meetings including inviting attendees, information gathering, preparation and distribution of papers, minute taking and drafting of minutes. · In coordination with the Executive Director Policy o Assist delivery of AFIA™s representation and insight objectives with external key stakeholders (including political influencers, policy decision-makers, regulators and business leaders) through arranging and coordinating meetings and events o Maintain broad awareness and understanding of key issues impacting AFIA and its members o Help to administer AFIA Codes of Practice as required. · As directed by the CEO (and direct reports of the CEO) o Coordinate liaison forums with Divisions, working groups and the Board as relevant o Oversee AFIA™s calendar of events to ensure visibility amongst AFIA team members and members o Promote AFIA to the wider community to ensure its viability and effectiveness and o Oversee office management activities such as accounts payable, property premises and any other activities. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have customer service experience? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Office Manager The future of transportation is already here. Alstom, with recorded sales of 7.3 billion in the 201617 fiscal year, is the world leader in integrated transport systems and continues to push the boundaries of innovation digital solutions for transportation systems and e-mobility. We are today at the forefront of providing sustainable modes of transport, with the largest range of rail solutions in the market. Headquartered in France and present in over 60 countries, we employ 32,800 people worldwide. Throughout Australia, Alstoms objective is to be the preferred partner for transport solutions while creating value through innovation. Our company values of Team, Trust and Action embody the spirit of our diverse and entrepreneurial people. Employee empowerment is crucial to our success and we continue to strengthen our culture through a diverse workforce, promoting entrepreneurial spirit and a fundamental commitment to integrity and ethical business standards and practices. We have a fantastic opportunity for a highly experienced Office Manager to ensure the efficient operations of the office and provide administrative and organisational business support to the Operations Director. The key focus of this role is to provide administrative support to the office. Your day will be varied, however some of your responsibilities will include managing the front desk reception area, managing the boardroom bookings and provide ad hoc administrative support to the team. The successful candidate will be forward thinking, proactive and be able to juggle multiple tasks at once. Key responsibilities will include Facilities management of the North Ryde office Diary management, working with Directors to structure time and book meetings Organising all travel, including domestic and international travel for the Operations Director and Managing Director Managing procurement of all office supplies including stationery and office equipment Coordination of site-based team events morning afternoon teas and lunches Working with HR, provide support for fleet operations To be successful for this role you must have the following Demonstrated expereince in an Office Management rol Strong organisational skills and ability to multitask across multiple schedules and calendars Experience in working across global time zones and alongside senior stakeholders Ability to think and operate independently and take initiative Initiative and ability to problem solve Superior attention to detail Extensive experience with MS Office Suite Alstom is committed to create a diverse international working environment, that reflects the future of our industry, our clients and end-users. As an employee, you will have a unique opportunity to continue to build your career and directly contribute to the expanding growth of the global transport industry. We welcome applications from all backgrounds regardless of gender, age, disability or ethnicity. We recognise that embracing flexibility is the smarter way of working. Please speak with us about your individual needs. To apply for this position, be considered for other vacancies or to view other Alstom roles please visit our website at jobsearch.alstom.comsearch?q=locationsearch=australia The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Marketing Operations Manager

    Marketing Operations Manager Were looking for a Marketing Operations Manager to support our global marketing team and marketing operations team to increase marketing efficiency, build the marketing foundation (processes and technology) and create a culture of data driven decision making. They will bring their experience and best practices regarding connecting websites, marketing automation systems and Salesforce.com to deliver an integrated marketing platform with full data visibility and operational robustness. Who we are Ever booked hotel accommodation on Booking.com, Expedia or TripAdvisor? Chances are, you™ve used SiteMinder. Our goal is to liberate hoteliers with technology that makes a world of difference, and we do that by helping them find and acquire guests online. We are the world™s leading guest acquisition platform for hotels, supporting 35,000 hotels in 160 countries to generate more than 87 million reservations on our platform each year. As Marketing Operations Manager, your primary responsibilities will include Maintain and optimise marketing performance reporting from anonymous web visitor through to paying customers The definition, implementation and timely delivery of marketing performance reporting, marketing and sales pipeline, executive level reporting and operational dashboards Be the global expert on email marketing, email policies, marketing automation and reporting. Monitor and maintain data quality within the marketing database Preparation of marketing targets (visitor™s, form completes, leads, pipeline generated etc.), tracking to actuals and gap analysis Optimise existing applications as well as evaluate new technologies and add-on applications to improve and optimise marketing team performance Support CMO and VP Enterprise Ops in marketing performance analysis and performance recommendations The ideal candidate will possess Experience managing and implementing marketing automation, web analytics and CRM systems You will have previous experience using Salesforce.com, Google Analytics and Marketo Exceptional analytical skills including the ability to interpret the data into meaningful information Excellent verbal and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills to interact and influence at all level of management Previous experience leading a Marketing Operations team How to apply Does this job sound like you? If yes, please apply with a copy of your resume and our Talent Acquisition team will be in touch. Why join SiteMinder HQ? See where the tech magic happens at SiteMinder HQ - the home of our product and development teams. We™re the trailblazers of our industry and our enemy is closed thinking, so you™ll have the chance to be creative and question the status quo. Every day, you™ll have new problems to solve - and meet new people to learn from. Our executive team and global functions are based in Sydney, so you™ll benefit from access to leaders and collaboration with people from all walks of the business. We continue to grow rapidly and we™re committed to supporting the learning you need as you grow with us.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Facilities Manager

    Facilities Manager About us At WSP, our purpose is simple. We exist to future proof our cities and our environment. To fulfill this purpose, our people plan, design, manage and engineer our communities to thrive. We provide a stimulating, open working environment where everyone feels valued and supported regardless of their position, background or gender. This is the reason why people love working here as demonstrated by our ˜Best Place to Work™ recognition two years in a row. To find out more about us visit httpswww.wsp.comen-AU The Role Based in Sydney, you will join a high-performance business culture, providing facilities management expertise to our business. As Facilities Manager, you will have a strong leadership presence and be task orientated, required to manage the day-day facilities services for our Sydney Region offices. You will liaise with multiple stakeholders to review and update processes to make system and process improvements for the efficient delivery of services. Your day to day responsibilities would include but not limited to Ensuring our premises are well presented and project our professional Organisational brand. Ensuring appropriate safety and security levels are maintained within our premises. Overseeing the provision of quality reception facilities, front-of-house areas, general office space, office supplies, motor vehicles, parking, and storage areas. Maintaining strong relationships with key business group leaders and enterprise executives in the offices. Managing and developing the office Facilities team in conjunction with the Team Leader. Negotiating maintenance contracts, managing base building matters and contractors, in liaison with building management. Preparing annual office Capex and Opex budgets and monitoring ongoing expenditure against budget. What will set you apart from the rest? If you are focused and aspire to grow your career in a challenging and leading-edge environment, then you will have a future with great possibilities with us. To be successful in this role you will ideally hold tertiary qualifications, combined with both demonstrated experience in an FM andor Administration Services role, with significant experience managing multiple simultaneous activities. We are looking for someone with At least 5 years™ experience in all facets of facilities management typically stemming from a solid administrative andor technical background. Good Organisational skills. Exceptional communication and negotiation skills. Built and Maintained ongoing internal and external client relationships Proven ability to manage and meet client™s expectations Experience in managing a team Experience in managing to a budget Experience in managing a fit-out project Why WSP At WSP we provide a diverse and inclusive work environment and offer many benefits to ensure your professional development wellbeing. Modern and contemporary offices Parental Leave Purchased additional annual leave Corporate employee discounts and offers Wellness at Work Social Club Employee Reward Recognition program Professional and technical development opportunities Express your interest by clicking on the apply now button. Your application will be treated in strict confidence. WSP supports a diverse and inclusive work environment as well as equal employment opportunities. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people of culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. LI-MP1 Meera Panicker

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Duties include, but are not limited to Accounts end-to-end (Knowledge of Xero would be an advantage) Customer Orders Invoicing Supplier Purchase Orders Invoicing Stock Control General Office Administration - Insurances, Fleet Management, Ordering Office Supplies Reporting Payroll for 6 Employees Liaising with Customers Debtor and Creditor Management The successful applicant will possess sound knowledge of MS Office accounting programs, be motivated, reliable and able to work autonomously. Permanent part-time position “ Monday to Friday - 25-30 hrs per week “ flexibility available for the right applicant. NO recruitment agencies please... The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Center Manager

    Center Manager LETS HELP PEOPLE WORK, EVERYWHERE. Regus provides places to work for everyone, worldwide. We have built an unparalleled network of office, co-working and meeting spaces for companies to use in every city in the world. Its an infrastructure to support every business opportunity. Our network of workspaces enables businesses to operate anywhere, without the need for set-up costs or capital investment. It provides our customers with immediate cost benefits and the opportunity to fully outsource their office portfolio. Its a network designed to enhance productivity and connect 2.5 million like-minded professionals an instant global community, and a place to belong. Help people work, everywhere Over the past three decades, weve led a workspace revolution and created a global community for more than 2.5 million people in over 110 countries. Now we need effective Center Managers to help us drive the next stage of the revolution. Make an impact As a Center Manager, youll be directly contributing to the growth and success of your customers as they make use of our global infrastructure. Youll help people join the revolution and use flexible working to enhance their productivity. An exciting challenge Whether theyre staying for an hour or many years, our customers all come with different needs. A Regus business centre moves fast and, if youre driven, enthusiastic and proactive, theres always a new challenge to focus your energy on. Youll use our proven ways of working, but add your own talents to make the difficult look easy and find new ways to delight customers. Your opportunity to grow As we continue to grow, youll be supported to grow your own skills and expertise. Our structured training and development programme is designed to nurture your ambition, with opportunities to take increased responsibility over centre operations and revenue. WHATS INVOLVED? As Center Manager, youll own customer experience and operations in your centre while working closely with the Area Manager to boost performance. Creating exceptional experiences Giving customers the best possible experience in every interaction, from daily support to tours. Showcasing flexibility Bringing new customers to the revolution by sharing the benefits of flexible working. Caring for your centre Making sure your centre is always the professional, inspiring work environment your community expects. Developing your team Getting the best from your entire centre team. THE TRAITS OF A CENTER MANAGER Effortlessly enthusiastic Youll bring a positive, inspiring attitude to everything you do for your customers. Resilient Youll combine an appetite for a challenge with the ability to adapt to suit fast-changing situations. Approachable and influential Youll build strong relationships with every customer, so you can better deliver on their needs. Proudly diligent Youll have an eye for detail, understanding how high standards in the smallest moments feed into our wider revolution. Self-motivated Youll take the ownership and act decisively to solve problems, make your time count, and deliver incredible results. People-focussed Youll understand and deliver the things your centre team needs to thrive, from clear goals to encouragement and leadership by example. Up to the challenge? Apply now. regus.comcareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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