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  • Administration Officer- SEM

    Administration Officer- SEM Part Time Position (26.25 hrs a week) 3 Year Contract Malvern Location Generous Salary Packaging Due to continued growth of services, mecwacare is seeking an experienced Administration Officer to join its Home Care Services team. In this role, you will provide administration support to our team of Direct Care Workers who provide personal care and home care support to assist clients to keep living at home. To apply for this position, it is essential you possess the following Strong IT skills including Microsoft Office suite Experience in providing office administrative support Excellent communication skills Effective organisational and time management skills. The following skills and experiences are desirable but not essential Understanding of Aged Care and Disability sector Experience using Carelink+ client database Experience in staff rostering. mecwacare is a leading not-for-profit organisation with a reputation for excellence. We have provided care to the Victorian community since 1959, offering residential aged care, home care packages, respite care, in-home support, community housing, community programs, disability and nursing services. We provide optimal choice for people of all ages, irrespective of financial, religious, cultural or lifestyle background. mecwacare cares for more than 15,600 people each week across greater Melbourne and regional Victoria through a highly-integrated service network operated by more than 1,700 employees and 450 volunteers. Our staff are culturally and linguistically diverse, representing 89 nationalities and speaking 98 languages. Our organisation believes in responding to the changing needs of the community and actively encourages and supports continuous improvement, innovation and safe service delivery. mecwacare offers opportunities for professional development, with an ongoing learning culture and supportive team environment. If you are looking for a caring work environment, are driven to provide high quality care and wish to benefit from our generous salary packaging options, please contact us. All successful applicants will need to undergo a Police Check. Enquiries to Dawn Starrett “ Centre Manager, South East Metro on 03 8573 4923 Applications Close 5pm, Monday, 23 September 2019

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Support Officer

    Narre Warren Permanent Part Time Administration Support Officer Looking for a role between school drop-off and pick-ups? Permanent Part Time Opportunity Located in leafy Narre Warren North About Mind Mind Australia Limited is a leading community managed specialist mental health service provider. We have been supporting people dealing with the day-to-day impacts of mental illness, as well as their families, friends and carers for 40 years. About the role Narre Warren Adult and Extended PARCS is seeking to appoint an experienced administrative officer to support for one of Mind™s flagship sites, operated in partnership with Monash Health. Reporting to the AEPARC Service Manager, this position provides comprehensive and efficient administrative support to Mind management and staff. In this role you will Work between 15.2 hours to 19 hours per week. Undertake general administration duties effectively and efficiently, providing administration support services to staff, receiving enquiries from service users and visitors Coordinate maintenance requests with Facilities Management, providing support and direction to maintenance contractors Participate in and take minutes for staff team meetings, as well as bi-yearly operations and governance meetings in association with Monash Health. Skills experience Previous experience in administration, clerical, record management and minute taking. Proven ability to work effectively with the MS Office suite of programs. Ability to work with confidential material in a sensitive and respectful way. Culture Mind Australia is committed to diversity and social inclusion. We welcome applications from Indigenous Australians, people with a lived experience of mental ill health and recovery, people with disability, those who identify as LGBTIQ and applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Benefits NFP salary packaging 17.5 annual leave loading Supportive team environment Flexible work arrangements Career development opportunities How to apply If you are seeking a rewarding job and want to a make a difference, then we™d love to hear from you. To obtain a position description and apply online visit www.mindaustralia.org.aujobs - reference number 12194. Online applications must be submitted by Sunday 22 September 2019 Enquiries Stephen Mollet Ph (03) 9792 7601 Applications Close 22092019

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    About the business and the role National Food Institute is a Registered Training Organisation that specialises in the delivery of accredited on job training to the Food Processing and Transport Logistics Industry. Our offices are in Doncaster with easy freeway access and parking. We have long standing industry knowledge and engagement in the Food Processing sector and provide a range of consultancy services via our subsidiary. We pride ourselves in being a quality training provider for the Food Industry and Warehousing sector. This role is available for immediate start. Job tasks and responsibilities Based in Melbourne, and part of a small team. The role will be busy with the key duties including but are not limited to Data entry claim applications Maintain database of information within Excel Communicate with both internal and external stakeholders Ensure accuracy of information supplied and entered Ensure information is entered in a timely manner. Some reception duties Ad-hoc administration duties as requested. Skills and experience Experience working in an RTO and having experience with claims for Disability Australian Apprenticeship Wage Support (DAAWS) would be an advantage. High level of accuracy and attention to detail Ability to work efficiently under pressure. Excellent organisational and problem solving skills Positive attitude and excellent work ethic. Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Strong computer literacy including Microsoft Excel. Job benefits and perks We offer a small but friendly office environment, Flexible hours will be considered for the right applicant. We can provide you with a work environment that encourages professional development, open communication and rewards exceptional results. A fun and positive workplace with the feel and excitement of a growing company. Our Doncaster location has ample free parking and we are close to the Eastern freeway. 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? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Officer

    Public Sector People are currently inviting applications for the role of Administration Officer to join a municipality that is mostly defined by natural boundaries in Melbournes north. The successful candidate will be based in the Civic Compliance team and will include general administration functions for the local laws office including answering phones, issuing permits, written correspondence and assisting with infringement reviews. Key Requirements Substantial experience in administration or customer service within town planning, building or local laws Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to show empathy and provide conflict resolution Experience with systems such as Proclaim, SPEAR and Trim Experience in the issuing of permits in relation to Local Government Acts Regulations For a confidential discussion regarding this or other Administration or Customer Service roles in Local Government please contact Sarah Kettlewell on (03) 8535 3100. Alternatively, please e-mail your current resume in Word format using the apply button.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Superstar

    Looking for an administration and support superstar. Property Mavens is an independent Property Advocacy Agency for Buyers and Vendors . We save clients time, stress and money. But we need an administration superstar to save our advocates time and stress. Our success depends on the administration guru we hire. Someone with experience in real estate administration. Someone who has exceptional attention to detail and customer service skills. Someone with superstar knowledge of Office. Someone who speaks fluent social media. We are looking to have a person hit the ground running in as soon as possible. We aren™t waiting around “ so why are you? Apply with your cover letter, explaining what makes you a superstar. 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 hourly rate?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Business Support Officer

    Business Support Officer Role Business Support Officer Type Contract Location Preston, VIC Salary 36.27ph + super The opportunity In this role you will assist the Division by providing professional administrative, and research services across the branches in the division and the group as required. The role may evolve to include additional business support tasks depending on the direction of the line area over time. You will be responsible for Completing administrative tasks of moderate complexity or difficulty Develop sound relationships with key internal and external stakeholders, whereby you may be required to provide advice within defined parameters relating to your areas of responsibility Schedule meetings and the preparation of documents relating to support requirements in the Branch Organise and support official meetings, arrangements and official functions on behalf of the branch andor division, and other agency areas (as directed) Provide administrative support to the Branch on matters within the Agency on appointment and booking management Liaise with and support the Executive Support staff within the Branch to ensure consistent support Identify and contribute to the resolution of issues and problems as they arise Complete mandatory learning modules within expected timeframes You will be committed to growing a disability confident Agency, while fostering a culture of learning, diversity and inclusion To be successful in this role, it is essential that you have High level of customer service skills Able to manage completing priorities Previous experience in administrative role Current working with childrens check How do I apply? If the description above sounds like you, please apply via the link provided or send through your details to daniela.dragovicrandstad.com.au In order to apply for this position, all candidates must be an Australian Citizen. Please note Successful candidates will undergo Entry Level checks and working with children andor vulnerable people checks where applicable. Closing date for applications 21102019

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration and Customer Service Officer

    Administration and Customer Service Officer Located in Port Mlebourne with onsite parking Great work life balance - No latenights or weekends Interviewing now for an immediate start We are currently in search for the right person to join our client on a full time permanent basis located in Port Melbourne. About the business Established in 1999, our Client imports, manufactures and wholesales a wide range of quality water filtration and treatment products. They are a dynamic and innovative company committed to delivering high quality products and friendly service to meet customer needs. With their office being located in Port Melbourne they are looking to bring in a new Customer Service and Administration Officer to start early August. Theyre a small company and as such employees have to be able to multitask and assist in areas as needed. A helpful, flexible and team orientated attitude is essential. The hours for this role are Monday - Friday 830am - 430pm The role The customer service and administration officers role is central to the efficient running of the organisation. Key responsibilities include General office duties Data base management Order entry and processing of documents which include orders, delivery dockets, invoices and back orders. Respond to emails, fax and phone calls using excellent customer service Relationship management of vendors including freight companies ,contractors and suppliers Contacting due and overdue customers All tasks are to be taken with accuracy and quality in mind. Experience and skills were looking for Office administration Excellent written and verbal communication skills Computer skills including database management, word processing and spreadsheets Previous experience in a similar role is desirable but not essential Ability to follow instructions High attention to detail If this sounds like you APPLY NOW. We are interviewing now, the successful applicant will start ASAP. All applicant information is treated as per Symmetry HR privacy policy located at www.symmetryhr.com.au

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Office Administrator - Part time

    Office Administrator - Part time Whats on offer? Friendly, hard working and supportive team Challenging and fast-paced environment 10 - 12 hours per week across 2 - 3 days Our office is located on Queensberry Street in North Melbourne Part time hours suitable for a student or stay at home mum or dad. About us Established in 1992, our company is built on a solid foundation of extensive market knowledge, superior customer service and industry-leading technology. The culture at WBP Group is what sets up apart from our peers. We pride ourselves on an inclusive workplace where team members work to support each other in all levels of the business. About the role The key responsibilities of this fast-paced role include but are not limited to receiving client valuation requests, communicating with clients and WBP valuers to ensure a flow of information, proactively resolving client queries and issues general office administration duties as well as providing exceptional administrative support. This role requires an individual who Is accepting, cautious and deliberate in approach Works well with others Possesses sound decision-making skills Is conscientious and cooperative Is highly organised and able to establish a routine to meet deadlines Has excellent time management and problem-solving skills Is an outstanding communicator Has advanced MS Office skills and Possesses an excellent eye for detail Has a positive outlook to work and life. Please note Only short-listed applicants will be notified of selection outcome. Contact Executive Director, Patrick Brady on 0418 521 912 for a confidential discussion about this opportunity. 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? Do you have customer service experience? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Customer Service / Administrator

    Work for a national niche Footwear Brand with a positive vibrant culture Full Time Based in South Yarra Your Key Responsibilities Processing orders, credits and invoices Maintaining and updating spread sheets Management of stock movement across multiple locations MonitoringUpdatingMaintaining multiple databases Management of all incoming orders Management of customer enquiries Data entry General administrative duties What are we looking for? Apart from being energetic, vibrant and having a passion for delivering great customer service for our brand we also desire the following attributes Level headed and ability to work under pressure Minimum 2 years experience in a similar background is preferable but not essential. Superior attention to detail and data entry accuracy Excellent phone manner Intermediate level Excel skills and MS Office skills Ability to work in a team environment The benefits for you Be part of a great team Competitive salary Career progression in a growing company Generous staff discount Training and recognition for your efforts To get an idea of our brand and company ethos, take a look at our website httpswildrhinoshoes.com.au If you think the shoe fits, please follow the application details attached to this ad. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have previous invoicing experience?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Support Officer

    We are a Melbourne based Dental Laboratory servicing the Australian Dental Industry. We specialise in the fabrication of quality restorations for dental prosthetics, specialising in implant, ceramic and crown and bridge procedures. Our company is dedicated to providing the highest quality products in a timely manner using the most advanced technology available. We are currently seeking a passionate and energetic individual who will be apart of our team in the role of Administration Support Officer. We require a highly organised and efficient individual who reflects a very high customer service standard. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be apart of our business whilst developing their experience within a cohesive, collaborative and productive team environment. Finally, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in our newly established, state of the art dental laboratory with accessible transport right at your doorstep. ABOUT THE ROLE The Administration Support Officer will be responsible for working in a team environment and to assist the Office Manager and the wider administration team in the areas of customer service and administrative function of the Andent Group. Reporting to the Office Manager and working in conjunction with a wider team of dental professionals you will be primarily responsible for To receive and handle any incoming calls Responsible for meeting and greeting clients or visitors to the site and taking them through our internal and building induction and sign in process To query and investigate any jobscases that may require further follow up and liaise with appropriate team leaders to find a successful resolution for the customer You will be responsible for all incoming and outgoing goods to customers, suppliers, partners etc. Responsible for completing any other reasonable administrative tasks as and when required including supporting the team in the absence of the Office Manager To think creatively and to support the company expectation regarding continuous and ongoing improvement and refinement of our processes and procedures. ABOUT YOU To be successful in this role you will need 2 + years administration andor office management experience Customer service exposure including dealing with difficult customerscases Be solution focused with a need to provide a consistent approach including being capable of looking for opportunities to improve and to reach the next level of service for our customers Intermediate computer knowledge and skill with excellent communication and a strong attention to detail. All applicants must either be an Australian citizen or Australian Resident with a valid working visa. If you are looking a rewarding role, in a nationally represented laboratory please apply via SEEK or send your application to HRandent.com . Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 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? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have as an administration support?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Service Planner/Scheduler

    Service PlannerScheduler 12 Month Contract We are looking for a motivated and organized Service Planner Scheduler to join our service branch at Campbellfield in Melbourne. You will be working with a dedicated team, and will have a lot of interaction with Planners doing a similar role in our other Regions. The Service Planner Scheduler plans and delegates service work for technicians throughout our Southern Region efficiently allocating people to service jobs at customer sites to achieve high workforce utilization while managing costs. This involves understanding customers™ service requests, translating them into work schedules and taking full ownership of labour scheduling. We plan work up to one month ahead so managing interruptions to planning is an important skill, to balance meeting customer service needs with timely and efficient resource allocation. The key duties of this role are Act as a primary contact for Service Technicians, organizing and delegating work schedules Take full ownership of service workflow with responsibility for following up on progress and closure, working with the technician, the customer, logistics and the service supervisor to resolve any credit, spare parts availabilityreturns, delays or invoicing issues Handling incoming service requests over the phone and in writing Maximising efficiency and minimising work in progress Be the information liaison between the Regional Manager, Field Service Technicians and customers The key attributes and previous experiences for this role are Strong Planning and administration skills. Experience in a fast paced workshop engineering or service operation. Intermediate PC skills with knowledge of Lotus notes, BPCS and CRM platform desirable. High level of ability in working with databases and proprietary programs. Dedication to providing high level Customer Service. Able to challenge existing work practices and bring ideas to improve them. You will be given full training on our systems and processes we operate on well-defined protocols, which we are always seeking to improve on, so a logical approach combined with a continuous improvement mentality are a must. In addition to being able to deliver professional administration and excellent planning, candidates will be team players with a strong commitment to Health and Safety, Quality and Environment policies and procedures. Pre-employment medical, drug and alcohol screening, as well as employment background checks will be conducted. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Scheduling Officer/Administration Assistant

    Australian Leak Detection specialises in the non-invasive location of water leaks and has been in operation for over 30 years. We are seeking an experienced scheduling officeradministration assistant to join our small team on a full time basis. The position is 38 hours per week, working 8am-4.30pm Monday to Friday. Roles Responsibilities The successful applicant will be responsible for the processing and scheduling of jobs for several technicians on a daily basis, together with reviewing and sending reports and invoices to clients. You will also Work collaboratively to ensure timely, professional and accurate work. Proof read, review, finalise and send reports and invoices each day. Respond and act on queries relating to those reports and invoices same day. Create job cards from client purchase orders received via email, over the phone or through independent portals. Interact with companys customers or potential customers to provide them with information to address their enquiries regarding our services. Turnsell enquiries into jobs and schedule an appointment using scheduling software. Coordinating and liaising with our technicians. Manage a high volume of calls and emails each day. Maintainupdate client files. Work together with other team members. Skills Required This is a busy office and attention to detail is a must. Advanced IT skills (Microsoft Office) is essential. Our technician™s reports must be submitted to our customers at a high standard with no errors. You will need to possess excellent punctuation and spelling skills. Experience scheduling and dealing with multiple appointments for multiple employees, preferably with a software program is a bonus. (Verizon Connect and Reveal program experience a bonus). Sound knowledge of suburb locations in and around the Melbourne area. Ability to work under pressure. Ability to multi task in a highly organised manner. Ability to work independently. Ability to work to a target. Ability to adhere to KPI™s set upon us by clients. Have high communication skills. Follow office procedures. The successful applicant must be able to work within our small, fast paced office. They must be professional, have high attention to detail and be able to work under pressure. They must also possess high spelling and punctuation skills. Client focus and satisfaction are of the utmost importance and your written, verbal and communication skills will be paramount. Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted to progress to the interview stage. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Receptionist/Secretary

    BR Smith Surveyors is a professional consulting firm providing surveying services for a range of land use and development projects. We are currently seeking a motivated, outgoing, well-presented person to work full time hours (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) in our office situated in Ringwood East. The successful applicant will be able to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment. Your duties will include Managing incoming and outgoing emails and phone calls Liaising with clients, municipal councils and service authorities Filing and database maintenance General administration and reception duties Management of ongoing projects on SPEAR The successful candidate will demonstrate Excellent time management organisational skills Flexibility, adaptability and the ability to thrive under pressure Be proficient in MS Office suite and have excellent computer skills Strong attention to detail Possess sound communication skills and a friendly phone manner A willingness to learn and take initiative Mandarin speaking is not essential however would be highly regarded To be considered for the position you must have previous experience in a similar administrationreception position. Experience working within the development industry, or a relevant council department and working knowledge of the SPEAR system would be looked upon favourably. If you believe that you have the necessary ability, please apply to Barry Smith and email your Cover Letter and Resume by Friday 20th September to officebrsmith.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Coordinator

    Clayton Location Rapidly Expanding Organisation Celsius Fire Services are a well established company with branches in 3 states. We are seeking a reliable and dynamic Administration Coordinator to join the team in supporting the customer and administration functions of our Melbourne branch. Job duties will include but are not limited to Handling customer phone and email queries Day to day scheduling of onroad service technicians and ensuring all jobs are completed each day through our job management system Processing, filing and archiving of high volume of paperwork Identify and escalate any defects picked up at the testing Liaise with onroad service technicians General administration duties Successful applicants will need to have the following qualities Prior office or customer admin experience Professional and confident phone manner Solid computer typing skills (Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook) High level of organisation and multiskilling High attention to detail An ability to work effectively as part of a team as well as independently Genuine desire to learn Good writing skills Flexibility, reliability and be well presented Why should you apply? Permanent full-time role Employee focused company Great job security and job satisfaction Fantastic career development opportunity The ability to work for a nationally recognised fire company On the job training will be provided to the appropriate candidate How we differentiate ourselves With more than 20 years fire industry experience, Celsius has proven to be an innovative and credible company, with long lasting client relationships Celsius has a strong corporate social responsibility (CSR). We pride ourselves on our extensive environmental policies that our company strictly follows We operate as a health and safety conscious company, where employees safety is our number one priority We are highly regarded for our innovative approach to technology. We as a company function using high quality software that enables us to be proficient and effective You will be welcomed into a large organisation that is passionate about innovation, quality and exceeding expectations. If you are ready for a new challenge, please apply using the SEEK apply button. No recruitment agencies please. 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration

    We are a well established commercial concreting company with over 25 years experience in the industry. We are searching for a part-time Administration Assistant to be apart of our team. As an Administration Assistant you will be an integral member of our team. You will be expected to work closely with the Directors, Project Managers and Estimating Team. Skills required, but not limited to are Administrative support - photocopying, scanning, printing plans and other key documentation for the project and estimating team. Excellent knowledge of Word and Excel along with strong computer and typing skills Updating of internal databasesrecords Eager to learn new skills within the company Excellent verbal and written communication skills Good attention to detail Be able to complete work accurately and multitask to meet deadlines Ability to work as part of a team and be a motivated self starter. Apply through SEEK with your CV and cover letter. 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? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you own or have regular access to a car?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Office Administrator

    Echo Group is a national energy solutions company that is growing at an exciting pace. Our mission is very simple, we aim to find clever ways to help households and businesses to be more sustainable and efficient, reducing operational costs and creating a sustainable future. We believe that innovation can make a big difference to both the future and the bottom line. We are also excited to announce EnergyAustralia has purchased a 49 share in our energy division, cementing Echos position within the renewable energy market. We are currently seeking a full-time ˜service star™ in the role of Office Administrator who is looking to join a fast paced, dynamic company and share in our vision of becoming a nationally recognised leader in sustainable energy solutions. This newly created position, based in Mulgrave will contribute to the smooth running of the office providing administrative support to our internal and external customers. As the Office Administrator you will be responsible for Delivering outstanding customer service administrative support to the Trade team Performing varied receptionist duties including greeting all visitors to the Mulgrave office Responding to and redirecting customer service and sales calls Manage phone calls and correspondence (e-mail, letters, packages etc.) Track stocks of office supplies and place orders when necessary Providing general office support for our staff visitors. Assist colleagues whenever necessary What you will bring to the role Proven experience as an office administrator, office assistant or relevant role Outstanding phone and face to face relationship management skills Superior customer service skills Excellent organisational and time management skills Familiarity with office management procedures Excellent knowledge of MS Office Strong written and verbal communication skills Attention to detail A positive, can do attitude and be prepared to go the extra mile to support business objectives Sales skills an desirable To be successful you would also be a team player who is approachable, enthusiastic and flexible in your approach. Whats in it for you? At Echo you will have the opportunity for a real career with a well-established organisation We are committed to training and developing a highly engaged and talented workforce Does this sound like a team you would love to be part of? If yes, we would love to hear from you. To be considered for the role, please ensure you include a cover letter detailing why you would be a valuable member of our team, together with your resume. Only successful candidates will be contacted. Applications for this role close Friday 20th of September 2019 No recruitment agencies The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    Welcome to KEO Physio Group Allied health provider KEO Physio Group is making waves across Melbourne. Established in 2015, we™ve built an exceptional reputation in a short time “ now known far and wide within the industry for our Fresh and personalised approach to aged care, community and disability allied health services Solid, long-term relationships with case managers and support coordinators Exceptional culture, values and quality standards Highly-trained and motivated healthcare team About this role We™re looking for a proactive and personable Administration Assistant to join our growing team. In this role, you will Facilitate all day to day administrative activities for the Group, applying a client centric approach. Manage client relationships e.g. referrals, bookings, client data and client queries. Perform office managementPA duties as required. This may include (but not limited to) managing reception duties, organising team events and providing 11 administrative support to the Directors. Provide support to the accounts function - accounts payable, receivable, payroll and debt collection. Does this sound like you? You™re an independent thinker and a natural problem solver You™re a people-person with exceptional interpersonal skills You™re passionate about supporting people in the community You™re detailed and process-driven, with high personal standards If so, you™ll fit right in at KEO. The boring (but important) stuff To apply for this role, you must have the following experience as a minimum 4+ years™ experience in a similar role Basic bookkeeping and payroll knowledge Fluency in MS Office Full, unrestricted Australian working rights Although not a must, you will be at an instant advantage if you have Experience working with the NDIS A keen interest or previous experience working with the health sector Fluency with Coreplus (medical software) and Xero (accounting software) How to apply If this sounds like your ideal next role, click the APPLY button now and send through your resume and cover letter 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? How many years experience do you have as an administration assistant?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant Role - 2 days per week - busy small business in the heart of the CBD. We are seeking an experienced candidate who is flexible, team oriented, and has a keen eye for detail. Excellent telephone manner and communication skills are a must. Duties include Accounts Payable Sales Invoicing Debtor Management General Administration duties Solid experience with Office Suite and MYOB software essential. Candidates must enjoy working in a small team environment. Please forward your resume and cover letter to Andrew Sladen at jasladengmail.com

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Part-time Receptionist/Administration Assistant

    Our Business Platinum Accounting Taxation is a young and dynamic 2 partner Accounting Practice in the Western Suburbs providing accounting services to small businesses and individuals. We pride ourselves on being the tech-savvy, tax-savvy, small business experts to show our clients a more efficient way of doing business. About the role This administration support role is vital to the ongoing success of the business and requires supporting the partners and other staff to perform a variety of administrative and accounting tasks, along with setting a professional tone with client engagement via telephone and in person with client visits for face-to-face meetings. This position is very diverse and provides the right person the opportunity to continue to grow within the role over time. It is a part-time role of 22.5 hours per week, comprised of three work days (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) with possible scope to increase the number of hours during our busy times of the year. Administrative Office duties The duties for this role include General reception duties Greeting clients upon arrival Answering and handling phone calls Data Entry and CRM management Maintain electronic filing system Managing daily correspondence Retrieve documents and files when requested The successful applicant would look to have ongoing input and direction into the continuous improvement of existing systems and processes within the business. You would work consistently to the firms policies, procedures and values. Benefits and perks Our modern office is located in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne in Melton On the job training specific to the role will be provided, along with attending external software training (where required) We have free all-day on street parking at the front of the office Skills and experience The successful candidate would ideally possess the following skills and experience Strong administration skills demonstrated within a previous role “ organised, and systems oriented Meticulous attention to detail is a MUST. You must be a fast learner Initiative, self-motivation and enthusiasm will ensure your success in this role You have a proficient level of computer literacy to deal with scanning of documents, drafting of letters, emails, and the array of cloud-based software tools we utilise within the practice. Competence with MS Excel will be necessary Ability to manage own tasks and priorities, including liaising with external providers to complete key tasks Manage competing demands both internally and externally Exemplary time management and ability to work with minimal supervision Work well within a small but dynamic team and report directly to the Practice Manager Being well-presented and spoken, you enjoy the ability to communicate and interact with clients both face-to-face and by telephone, creating a professional and positive impression with individuals consistent with our business values Reliable and punctual with a strong work ethic Having worked within an accounting or financial services business would be regarded as beneficial, but not essential to this role. How to Apply Click the Apply button to submit your application or email to infoplatinumaccounting.com.au The application form will include these questions Whats your expected hourly rate? How would you rate your English language skills? Whats your highest level of education?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Admin Assistant

    We are the Australian distributor for BabyBjorn located in Cheltenham. We are seeking an experienced admin person with MYOB experience to join our team. This part time Monday - Friday role involves the following Accounts Receivable Invoicing General admin duties Customer service on telephone Applicants must enjoy working within a small team environment, with excellent communication skills, ability to multi task. Must be motivated with prior experience.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Senior Bookkeeper

    Dandenong based group of companies with activities across manufacturing, sales and property investment. The successful applicant will be required to Maintain the accounts of a manufacturing company through to Trial Balance using Attache software including Accounts Payable and Receivablecompilation of GST reportsEnd of Period procedures and Journals Reconciliation (Bank, Creditors, Debtors, Stock etc.), Production of Management reports, Maintain system pricing entry and integrity through products distribution module, and Preparation and process all aspects of weekly payroll including Superannuation Payroll tax Deductions Workcover File maintenance Applicants should be able to demonstrate a good aptitude and level of experience for the position and have good communication skills. Position is full time Monday to Friday.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Operations Assistant

    Ticketblaster is a ticket resale website which sells tickets to concerts sporting events in Australia globally. Secondary market ticket resale is the major component of our business. Ticketblaster also runs a corporate concierge business which sells high end corporate entertainment packages to concerts sporting events. Ticketblaster is a fast-growing business in the entertainment sector. We are looking for an innovative, hardworking individual who is looking to build a career in a fun, fast paced environment. Ticketblaster deals with both the general consumer public, via its website (ticketblaster.com.au) and with high-end clients (travel agents, corporates high net worth individuals) via its concierge service. This role is ideal for someone who has experience in administration, data entry and customer service would suit an individual who is open to learning and professional development. We run a relaxed, but fast paced office in Malvern. The successful applicant will be exposed to the many components of a medium sized business. Some of these components include but are not limited to marketing, sales, data entry, website management, customer service, basic accounting finance, social media management other general business tasks. The successful applicant will be an Operations Assistant for the Ticket Resale sector of the business. This is a long-term opportunity where hard work will be both appreciated and rewarded, along with a supportive, down to earth, young, team, who will assist in your career growth. Skills and Experience required - Common sense - Impeccable attention to detail - Ability to take instruction and learn things quickly - Ability to work both autonomously and in a team - Basic level of Customer Service - Be solution focussed with a drive to exceed expectations - A basic knowledge understanding of major sporting events, concerts and entertainment venues around Australia - Strong knowledge of all Microsoft Office programs (mainly Microsoft Excel) is essential - Knowledge of social media platforms Any experience in the ticketing or events industry would be a big bonus, however, not essential Any knowledge of website management is a bonus, however, not essential Key notes about the role - The hours required will be flexible, and can vary between 9am and 11pm, 7 days a week. Given the seasonal nature of many of our key events, hours may vary from week to week day to day. - Salary is negotiable, depending on experience and will include several bonusescommissions if key targets are met within the business. Please send your CV cover letter to Rob - salesticketblaster.com.au by September 25th, 2019. 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?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant/Accounts - Hoppers Crossing

    Administration AssistantAccounts - Hoppers Crossing Total Tools Hoppers Crossing is currently searching for a Office Accounts (AR and some exposure to AP) Administrator who has a real passion for paperwork. This is an opportunity to utilise your current administration accounting knowledge within a busy multi-store environment that focuses on your growth and development. If successful, you will ensure attention to detail through your ability to learn whilst working, customer service and ability to multi task. This role is for full time employment working hours 9am to 4pm (can be negotiated.) You will be responsible for Processing AP invoices daily, including credit claim processing Monthly statement reconciliation Creating new AR records Following up on overdue invoices Completing online order reconciliations Allocating customer ac payments including issuing monthly statements Answering incoming account calls etc Does this sound like you? Proven experience in accounting and experience Demonstrated experience in multi tasking and following up on outstanding tasks Ability to think outside of the box Passionate, highly motivated, and a phenomenal teammate Experience using Pronto is very highly regarded, but not essential. Why work for us? With a balance between sales and customer service, our operating model is one that respects and invests in our staff and clients as the most important factors of a lucrative business. We offer Competitive salary package Commitment to ongoing job security Strong reputation for fair and compliant performance mentoring Who we are Total Tools is over 25 years old and has a strong support team which is a large part of our success. The company has over 79 franchised outlets, operates in every state of Australia employs hundreds of people nationally. As a company we are considered the premier supplier of tools to trade industry in Australia. Our customers are professionals who make a living using quality tools. When it comes to tools they look to us for professional advice, service and solutions. If you want to join the Total Tools team, apply today. Only applicants with valid working rights in Australia will be considered for this position. NO agencies please

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration/Office Support

    Our company is an Owners Corporation agency, with a growing portfolio consisting of residential, commercial and industrial properties. The success of our business has proudly and solely been achieved through word of mouth, and we pride ourselves in providing excellent customer service and our highly professional relationship with clients. About the role This role involves assisting the Senior Owners Corporation Manager with key requirements, listed below. This role requires previous experience from administration roles and previous strata management or paralegal background. The role is suited for a person highly articulate in both written and verbal communication and someone who is comfortable with legal terminology. We take pride in our professionalism and expect you to execute every task with utmost skill and efficiency. Immediate start. Key Requirements Highly articulate in both written and verbal communication, this is non-negotiable Excellent organisation and time-management skills with a strong ability to multitask Answering all incoming calls and attending to general telephone and email enquiries Arrange quotations, repairs and maintenance for works required Prepare agendas and minutes for meetings Review suppliers™ contracts and agreements Drafting Letters Lodge insurance claims Proficient in Microsoft Office Please forward your CV with a cover letter briefly explaining how your experience and skills will help you excel in this role. 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    About the role ATC Williams is a privately-owned consulting engineering company, focusing on the mining industry. We operate across Australia and internationally from our offices in Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia. Due to continued growth within the business we are seeking an entry level Administration Assistant for our Head Office in Mordialloc. As an Administrative Assistant, your duties and responsibilities will include Answering and directing incoming calls. Meeting and greeting clients and other office visitors Diary Management Completing general administrative duties Assisting other admin staff with ad hoc tasks Liaison with personnel from all levels of our organisation throughout Australia. It is expected that the successful candidate will be Professionally presented Have excellent communication skills Great organisation skills Demonstrate self-motivation and be reliable A friendly positive approach to work Must have experience using Word, Excel and Outlook What we offer Industry award wages Opportunity to grow within the business for the right candidate Great work culture with regular social events and activities Great beach-side location, just 5 minutes walk to Mordialloc train station To apply for this great opportunity please upload your cover letter outlining your skills and experience relevant to this position, along with your resume using the ˜apply for this job™ button on seek. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant, Eastern Region

    Administration Assistant, Eastern Region Ongoing, part-time position (FTE 0.6, 3 days per week), Eastern Suburbs location Generous salary range 60,286.00 to 68,272.00 (0.6 FTE pro rata) per annum plus superannuation Catholic Education Melbourne (CEM) is a dynamic education service provider to 332 Catholic primary, secondary and special schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne. More than 450 staff work across the head office in East Melbourne and four regional offices in the North, East, South and West. CEM provides services to schools in areas as diverse as Curriculum, RE, Finance, ICT, Marketing and Communications, Student Wellbeing, Legal, Planning and Industrial Relations. This community is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care. ABOUT THE POSITION Suitably qualified applicants are invited to apply for the position of Administrative Assistant, located at our Eastern Region Office in Croydon. Reporting to the Regional General Manager, this position provides critical administrative support for the multi-disciplinary regional team and has a key role in overseeing the safe and efficient operation of the physical office facilities and equipment. TO BE SUCCESSFUL The successful applicant will have responsibilities for the preparation of correspondence, briefing papers, program and policy documentation, as well as data entry and maintenance of key education databases and spreadsheets. Strong Microsoft office and typing skills at 60 words plus per minute are a must, as is the ability to manage petty cash and general office finances as directed by the Regional General Manager. In addition, this role provides reception and phone answering services for staff in the Regional Office and is a key contact for teams located at the central East Melbourne office of Catholic Education Melbourne. Therefore, we are looking for a professional communicator with high levels of customer service and multi-tasking expertise. The successful applicant will also be subject to a Working with Children Check and a National Police Record Check. Applicants must hold full unrestricted working rights for Australia to be considered for this role. SELECTION CRITERIA Please refer to the relevant position description provided on the Catholic Education Melbourne website for the Key Selection Criteria. WHATS IN IT FOR YOU? Generous salary and conditions Professional development opportunities WorkLife balance The opportunity for flexible working arrangements Enhancing the education of more than 140,000 students HOW TO APPLY Please visit httpswww.cem.edu.auWork-in-our-schoolsJob-Search.aspx for further information about the position including a detailed position description and application requirements. All CEM vacancies can be accessed via the Job Search tab on the CEM website at www.cem.edu.au and selecting ˜Catholic Education Staff™ under the ˜Filter by Role™ field. Applicants need to provide a separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria a cover letter an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae the contact details for two employment referees (referees will only be contacted with your consent). Applications can be uploaded via the ˜Apply™ tab on the Catholic Education Melbourne website. All enquiries can be directed to the Recruitment Officer at recruitmentcem.edu.au or (03) 9267 0228. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 25 September 2019 4pm In applying for a position with Catholic Education Melbourne (CEM), you will be asked to provide certain personal information to enable your application to be considered. Any personal information that is provided to CEM in relation to an application for employment will be handled in accordance with CEM™s obligations under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). To find out more about how CEM handles personal information, you are encouraged to read the CEM Privacy Policy which can be found on the website. www.ceomelb.catholic.edu.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 an administration officer? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    We are currently seeking an Administration Assistant for our busy and dynamic Service Department. The successful applicant will be responsible for answering all incoming calls, directing enquiries to the appropriate resource, liaising with clients and staff daily, as well as data entry and a variety of administrative tasks. Only applicants who have all the following skillsexperience will be considered for the position stable work history minimum touch typing speed of 60 wpm Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook skills at an intermediate to advanced level excellent verbal and written communication skills capable of managing and completing a variety of tasks with daily deadlines high level of attention to detail and accuracy handle changing priorities in a fast paced work environment collating and filing documentation ability to work autonomously or within a team environment a positive attitude To apply for this position, please forward your resume to jjohnsoncraneaid.com.au or post to Crane Aid Pty Ltd PO Box 4218 Dandenong South VIC 3164

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant Manheim is a significant brand of Cox Automotive, a leading global provider of products and services spanning the automotive industry. Cox Automotive is transforming the way the world buys, sells and owns cars with industry-leading digital marketing, financial, retail and wholesale solutions for consumers, dealers, manufacturers, and the overall automotive ecosystem worldwide. Cox Automotive operates in over 200 locations with approximately 34,000 staff right across the globe. Manheim is one of Australias largest providers of automotive auction services, connecting buyers and sellers to a large and comprehensive wholesale marketplace. We provide expert remarketing solutions for passenger cars, commercial vehicles, light and heavy trucks, motorcycles, boats and recreational vehicles as well as machinery plant and equipment. Our Transport division processes the ordering and administration for transporting a variety of vehicles to our customers throughout Australia and we are on the lookout for an Administration Assistant to join the team. Based at our head office in Altona north, this is a permanent full-time position and the hours of work are 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday. This role would be suited to a highly-skilled administrator who has high integrity, strong resilience, a professional attitude to work and the ability to thrive in a dynamic team environment. What would your key responsibilities include? Provide support to the Manager, Team Leader and team members in the Transport Team General administration duties Maintain databases, spreadsheets and report generation Liaise with clients and suppliers to answer their enquiries Liaise with the Accounts team regarding invoices and reconciliations What do we need you to bring to the team? Strong administration skills, with the ability to multi-task Excellent customer service skills Exemplary written and verbal communication skills Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook A friendly and courteous disposition A positive and pro-active attitude, and be a team player Why join Manheim? A career with Manheim, part of the Cox Automotive family, gives you all the benefits that can only come from working for an industry leader, including talented, motivated team members a diverse, energetic workplace and a company dedicated to your success, growth and advancement. We strive to create an environment that is entrepreneurial, nurtures personal development and builds on unique talents. Above all, it makes us a special company, one that can attribute its success to its products, clients, and most importantly, its team members. We will provide you with an excellent induction and ongoing training to ensure you are able to perform the role to the highest level. You will be surrounded by a supportive, dynamic and fun team and will be rewarded and recognised for your hard work. In addition, we offer a range of benefits which include birthday leave, volunteer leave, reward and recognition programs, paid parental leave, employee assistance program, culture and diversity events (e.g. Women With Drive), and discounts on travel, fitness and more. If you have a positive attitude and the right credentials, please apply now and we will look forward to hearing from you. Please note, as part of our recruitment process, the successful applicant will be required to undergo a police check prior to confirmation of their ongoing employment with Manheim. Full, Australian work rights are also required. 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? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Executive and Finance Assistant

    Executive and Finance Assistant About us The Victorian Law Reform Commission, established by the Victorian Law Reform Commission Act 2000, is an independent, government-funded organisation, and the peak law reform body in Victoria. The Commission has a charter to facilitate community-wide consultation and debate and to advise the Attorney-General on how to improve and update Victorian law. The Commission makes recommendations for changes intended to ensure that the legal system meets the needs and aspirations of the Victorian community. The Commission is committed to considered, timely, effective and inclusive law reform processes that give all members of the community the opportunity to express their views on areas of law that affect them. About the role Reporting to both the Chairperson and the Finance and Office Manager, the Executive and Finance Assistant provides high level executive administrative support to the Chairperson of the Commission and provides high level support to the Finance and Office Manager to effectively manage finance and office systems and processes that maximise the productivity and efficiency of the Commission. Some of your main responsibilities to the Chairperson will include managing the Chairpersons diary and coordinating appointments, meetings and workflow preparing correspondence including letters and emails and processing incoming correspondence as required coordinating the flow of communication and information from the Chair to other teams as needed. Some of your main responsibilities to the Finance and Office Manager will include ensuring accurate and timely payment of accounts, preparing financial journals and managing credit card reconciliations and expense reimbursements assisting the Manager with financial reports to the Chair, CEO, Commissioners and the Department, analysing and communicating financial information as appropriate maintaining the VLRCS contacts database, including liaising with team leaders to establish contact lists. About you This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with energy and enthusiasm who is keen to join an organisation of dedicated professionals. The ideal candidate is IT savvy, self-motivated and has a flexible can do attitude - no job is too big, no job is too small. In addition, you will have demonstrated ability to perform a wide range of executive and administrative duties to a high standard, as well as experience working with senior personnel strong communication skills including an excellent telephone manner, a good knowledge of English grammar and spelling and strong interpersonal skills meticulous attention to detail, accuracy and timeliness How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the positions Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Casual Administration Officer

    Casual Administration Officer Casual data entry and administration role Immediate start Full time hours for up to 6 months An exciting opportunity exists for a highly motivated and energetic individual to join the Life Saving Victoria¯ team.¯You will work with our 57 Clubs across the state, supporting more than 35,000 volunteer members, servicing the Victorian community. Life Saving Victoria is Victoria™s peak Water safety and Lifesaving organisation with a mission to prevent aquatic related death and injury across all Victorian communities. We strive to provide all Victorians with skills in water safety, swimming and resuscitation, along with access to safe beaches, inland water environments and aquatic venues.¯ We are seeking motivated person to provide administrative support within key projects at the direction of the Manager Volunteer Training this role will support the ongoing training and assessment roles of our volunteers.¯¯ Duties and responsibilities include Provide efficient and timely data entry of training results.¯ Perform data cleansing of electronic systems¯ Filing and archiving Assist with reporting in line with compliance Deliver services to volunteers and clients.¯ Meet and adhere to data processing time requirements Enhance reputation of Life Saving Victoria.¯¯ Requirements To be successful you will have demonstrated experience in data entryprocessing andor administration role.¯ Previous experience in vocational education and training is desirable.¯ You will have Demonstrated ability in the use of multiple software applications¯¯ High level proficiency in Microsoft suite of products Previous experience in an administration position, preferably data entry role High data entry speed High attention to detail and accuracy Ability to work with minimal supervision on a number of simultaneous tasks¯ Ability to work within a team¯ Strong personal management skills which include the ability to work to deadlines and within budgets¯ Ability to provide constructive feedback, suggest improvements and use initiative within provided guidelines¯¯ Current Working with Children Check¯ For further information please contact Lexi Hilgert on 9676 6944 or recruitmentlsv.com.au Applications close¯19 September 2019 To be considered for this position, please forward your application with a covering letter, ensuring you addresses the key criteria to¯ Recruitment Manager via email to recruitmentlsv.com.au

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administator & Receptionist

    Melbourne Gymnastics Centre (MGC) is seeking a full-time administrator to join our growing team. The suitable candidate must be available to work full-time across a variety of duties (and two locations). Our company is a Melbourne based gymnastics school offering classes across 3 locations for babies to adults With 1400 students, our administration team is the face our of centres and is responsible for the entire booking process of an athlete including initial enquiry, onboarding and progression through our programs. The role is based across 2 inner Melbourne locations in Windsor on Punt Road and Hawthorn East on Toooronga Road. This role would be perfect for an experienced administrator or receptionist who is willing to undertake gymnastics courses to familiarise themselves with the sport of Gymnastics. The role supports the effective daily functioning and compliance of MGCs locations in delivering exceptional service outcomes to all students and stakeholders. This position will provide quality and professional service and support to students, staff, management, and other stakeholders across a range of administrative duties over 38 hours per week. Duties Administration, Student Stakeholder Support, Compliance Quality Control, Promotion Customer Service, Health, Safety Environment, Customer Gymnast Information Management and Facilities Management. Qualities that we are seeking Team player, enthusiastic, displays use of initiative. Has a high level of focus on quality in their workworking with children and assures to put in 110 effort Someone who currently holds a coaching qualification or has experience using mindbodyonline will be highly regarded. www.melbournegymnasticscentre.com.au The application form will include these questions Do you have customer service experience? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Do you own or have regular access to a car? Which of the following First Aid accreditations do you currently hold? Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Admin Coordinator – Learning Partnerships

    Admin Coordinator “ Learning Partnerships Newly formed team Support exceptional leaders and specialists in education Professional and friendly environment Melbourne Business School (MBS) is renowned throughout the Asia Pacific as a leader in management and leadership education. We have built an outstanding reputation for program excellence and provide a high-quality learning experience and the capacity to prepare managers, leaders and organisations for the challenges of a global future. The opportunity Reporting directly to the Learning Partnership Manager, the Admin Coordinator will work directly with both internal and external stakeholders. This is a front facing operational role supporting both academic and non-academic learning specialists. The role is responsible for providing high level, proactive functional and administrative support, excellent internal and external customer service as well as contributing to key initiativesprograms within this newly created division. Further accountabilities Provision of administrative activities through the whole sourcing and engagement life cycle including preparation of new contracts variations to contractual arrangements, contract terminations and any other related correspondence. Supporting the Learning Partnerships Manager and Consultant with the sourcing, recruitment and resource coordination activities. Responding to enquiries from within and across the School, the Faculty and learning partnership network. Supporting, coordinating and preparing monthly reports, processing invoices, inductions and onboarding of external associates, internal business communication and event coordination for the team. Contributing to the ongoing review of administration procedures, work practices and systems and developing subsequent process improvements. About you You have proven experience working as an effective and collaborative administrator, working across multiple teams and building solid relationships across organisational boundaries. This will be accompanied by Tertiary qualification or an equivalent combination of relevant work experience andor educationtraining. End to end recruitment process experience, with exposure to contractor management, project management and learning development highly desirable. Excellent attention to detail and accuracy alongside strong administrative skills. Strong proficiency in data base administration. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to multi-task, prioritise and thrive in a high-volume, fast- paced environment. Resilience, with the ability to adapt and be flexible to meet the dynamic needs of the organisation. Process oriented with a problem-solving, solutions-focused mindset. What™s on offer Working alongside talented people who are passionate about providing exceptional learning experiences to leaders and managers. Competitive remuneration package. Employee benefits include subsidised School gym Health and Wellbeing programs year-round social events NFP salary packaging and access to world class learning and development programs. If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application including a covering letter and a current resume. Applications will close Sunday 22 September, 2019.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Office Administrator

    Office Administrator McKenzie Group Consulting is one of Australia™s most experienced and respected Building Surveying and Accessibility consultancies. We are a friendly company who encourage their staff to continually develop and enjoy a couple of laughs along the way. However, the available role is not for the feint hearted. We require someone who can multitask within tight time frames, work both autonomously and in a team environment, produce high volumes of complex and accurate documentation using Word, coordinate incoming and outgoing correspondence and respond to client queries in a professional and timely fashion. The role is complex and challenging within a great social environment with lots of focus on growth and learning. Critical skills and experience required to be successful in this role are At least two years experience in an equivalent role Demonstrable experience in a fast-paced business environment Excellent MS Office skills Great spelling and grammar Methodical and accurate Reliable Pride in your work Industry experience is not essential but will be looked upon favourably. Salary package is dependent on level of experience and ability. If the above role excites you and you are keen to progress your career with a highly dynamic company, then we would encourage you to apply online. For further information on McKenzie Group Consulting visit our website at www.mckenzie-group.com.au. 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?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer ABOUT US Our Vision To grow our business and become the leading organisation for cleaning and related facility services across all industry types. Our Values Safety in everything we do Team collaboration and respect Exceptional customer service Passion Menzies is always looking for enthusiastic, motivated individuals to join our team. ABOUT THE ROLE Be part of a high performing team and assist in the shaping of the future with a growing company. Malvern Location Career Opportunities Competitive Salary A rare opportunity has become available for a highly-qualified and driven Administration Officer in our Malvern Office (Head Office). The Menzies Group of Companies is one of the largest family-owned cleaning and facility services companies in Australia, provides quality, value for money solutions to blue chip customers on a national scale. Our company is undergoing a period of substantial growth and requires an experienced, highly-qualified and driven Administration Officer to join our Business Development team in our head office. Essential Criteria Advanced skills in MS Word, PowerPoint and moderate skills in Excel Experience in producing high quality company documentation and Experience in working within tight and changing time constraints. Desirable Criteria Experience in a deadline project oriented environment Experience in report writing skills Experience in dealing directly with clients and Experience in the facilities management industry preferred but not essential. Position Overview Manage the administration requirements of key clients, including Time and attendance reporting Cleaning management plans Responding in a timely manner to all client questions via email and phone Assist with the recruitment and selection of front line staff Keeping the Contract Management on track of meeting key compliance objectives i.e. HSEQ audits Quality inspections with clients In return for your passion and dedication, you will benefit from an excellent remuneration package and a challenging full-time position within an established, professional organisation. If you believe you have the requisite experience and leadership traits to succeed in this role, apply now. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Here at Menzies, we expect loyalty, respect, and teamwork between colleagues. In return, we have an ongoing commitment to provide our staff members with Notated leasing opportunities Reward and Recognition Programs Career Progression Opportunities

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Experienced Administration Assistant

    Experienced Administration Assistant Nabenet is currently seeking a Full Time Administration Assistant to join its award winning team. Nabenet is a leading Occupational Rehabilitation Provider in Victoria specialising in the management of workplace injuries through early intervention and timely response . We are an independent Australian owned company which is approved with WorkSafe and Comcare. The role will be based in Hawthorn at Nabenets head office working with a fantastic team with great interaction and exposure to the Occupational Rehabilitation industry. Key responsibilities will include a range of administrative and office duties including Answering incoming calls including answering queries, transferring to relevant staff, recording accurate messages Meet and greet with clients for appointments in the Hawthorn office and maintenance of reception and meeting rooms Updating and maintaining the case management client database General support for consultants and management (both metro and regional) Creating and sending appointment letters and general correspondence Formatting of reports and creation of invoices Distributing reports and invoices to relevant parties including clients, insurance agents, employers and treating health professionals Clerical duties including typing, photocopying, fax and scan Assisting the day-to-day operation of the office Management of incoming mail and faxes The successful candidate must have Previous administration experience in a fast paced environment (minimum 1-2 years) Previous legal experience would be ideal Outstanding attention to detail, accuracy and quality of work Intermediate level Microsoft Office skills (predominantly Word and Excel) High-level communication (written and verbal) skills across a range of stakeholders Excellent time management and multitasking skills A positive and flexible attitude to meet the needs of the organisation Experience in dealing with confidential and legal frameworks Confident and proactive problem solving skills Workers Compensation experience is an advantage Please do not apply unless you have the requisite skills Previous applicants need not apply. Key attractions of the role internal social, health and wellbeing calendar of events ongoing training and support systems within the organisation exciting opportunities for career progression Please send your application to careersnabenet.com.au or contact 03 9981 9888 for more information. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper

    Ski Racing Australia (SRA) is the governing body for all water ski racing events in Australia. The national body (based in Coburg North, Vic) is responsible for memberships, event sanctioning, insurance, sponsorship, media and marketing of the sport. SRA is seeking an administrative assitant based in Melbourne for a 3 day per week position with flexibility around working dayshours worked. The DutiesResponsibilities will include but not limited to Reconcile and acquit all membership payments Create and manage payroll Accounts payable and recievable End of month reporting Manage pay by month memberships Pre and post billing audits and reports Arrange travel and accommodation for board meetings Answer membership enquiries where required Provide administrative support to Membership Manager such as scanning, mailing and filing Any general office duties as required from time to time The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Clinical Operations Administration Assistant

    Clinical Operations Administration Assistant Get involved in all aspects of administrative operations Enjoy a professional working environment Join a collaborative team Ambulance Victoria now welcome applications from suitably experienced administrators to join the Clinical Operations division. This is a full time, permanent position and is located at our Blackburn North HQ. The role of Clinical Operations Administration Assistant is to ensure the provision of administrative support to the Executive Assistant Clinical Operations and the wider Clinical Operations team. About the role Reporting to the Executive Assistant Clinical Operations, the responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) Diary management for the Executive Director Clinical Operations Email management and query handling for the Clinical Operations inbox Contribute to continuous improvement of business processes and systems Compile reports and documents Upward relieving for the Executive Assistant Clinical Operations as required About you To be successful in this position, you will have a strong demonstrated customer and administrative focus. An exceptional communicator (both written and verbal), outstanding organisational and multi-tasking skills along with highly developed Microsoft Office Suite knowledge will ensure success in this role. You will be a self-starter, who doesnt mind a busy and constantly moving environment and can deal with problem solving or resolution. You will have an efficient approach to your work and appreciate the importance of providing high standards in your delivery. You will have a flair with building positive working relationships with external stakeholders as well as across the organisation. Whats in it for you? As a valued member of AV you will enjoy a professional working environment that recognises the importance of worklife balance. We offer salary packaging options, generous personal leave entitlements including accrued days off (ADOs), and other benefits including free on-site parking available. We believe our people are our greatest resource and the sustainability of our workforce depends on how well we utilise our peoples skills and abilities. If youre ready to play an integral role and deliver results that help make a real difference, we want to hear from you How to apply? Your application will form an integral part of the selection process. To be considered for this opportunity, please ensure the following documents are included in your application A resume A document addressing the key selection criteria outlined on page 2 of the PD. Application must be submitted by 5pm, Thursday 26th September 2019 by clicking on ˜Apply Now. For any further queries, please email Max Campos (Recruitment Selection Advisor) at recruitmentambulance.vic.gov.au. Ambulance Victoria is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The preferred applicant will be required to undergo security checks such as a police record check. By applying for a new position within Ambulance Victoria (AV), you agree to undertake an updated assessment of any Secondary Employment or Outside interests. This is required to ensure there is no perceived or actual conflict of interest for AV should you be successful and commence in the new role. Applications must be submitted via the AV Careers Centre to be considered (applications via SEEK etc. will not be considered) Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Office Administration Coordinator

    Office Administration Coordinator Better Place Australia (formerly FMC) has a vision of œAn Australia where all people experience positive relationships, truly value each other and live safer, more confident lives. As a community focused not-for-profit organisation with an ever-growing range of psychological and community support services, Better Place Australia is taking a leadership role in the provision of high-quality, effective services for a wide range of community groups across 25 locations in Victoria. We currently have an opportunity for an Office Administration Coordinator to join us on a parental leave relief basis in our Chadstone office to support with the following tasks Reception and telephone duties Provision of information and referral to people contacting Better Place including the making of appointments Coordination of diary movements and meetings Preparation of correspondence, minutes, presentations and reports using MS Office including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint Database management “ including the use of a client information system Maintenance of a professional office environment Coordination of general office facilities. To be considered you will possess demonstrated experience in an administrative role together with excellent computer literacy (evidenced by a solid working knowledge of the MS Office suite including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills are required as is the ability to work with a high level attention to detail and analytical skill in a fast paced office environment. The ability to prioritise a range of tasks, plan workloads and work to deadlines as well as being able to adapt to changing priorities and work demands is essential. Having regard to the nature of service provision that Better Place Australia provides to its clientele, cultural awareness and the ability to be sensitive to the needs of clients who may be experiencing challenging personal circumstances is required. Prospective candidates who are able to demonstrate administrative experience gained from a blend of both corporate and not-for-profitcommunity environments are encouraged to apply. Better Place Australia is a dynamic not for profit organisation and we provide services for all members of the community regardless of religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background or economic circumstances. We offer a workplace culture reflective of a vibrant, learning organisation where our people are highly engaged in their work and committed to making a difference. This role is available on a parental leave relief basis for an initial period of up to 12 months with the possibility of extension. To apply, please click on the link below to submit your application “ which should include a cover letter and CV. Whilst we appreciate the interest of all prospective candidates, please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Our organisation is committed to child safety and satisfactory completion of a Working with Children Check and National Police Check are mandatory for the preferred candidate. betterplaceaustralia.com.au

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    Administration Assistant ABOUT US Back In Motion - Melbourne on Collins is a busy CBD Physiotherapy practice that is founded on providing great clinical outcomes with exceptional customer service. We currently have a team of 6 and are hoping to find our next part-time team member. We are looking for someone who is passionate about providing excellent customer service in the health care setting. The Back In Motion Health Group has over 100 locations across Australia, with a team of more than 550 staff who are committed to being significant in the lives of others through clinical excellence and empowering optimal lifelong physical health. Finding like-minded individuals, passionate about making a difference, is paramount to our success. ABOUT THE ROLE Back In Motion - Melbourne on Collins is on the hunt for a part-time team member. If you™re someone who is enthusiastic, has great attention to detail and has prior experience in customer service this could be the role for you. This part time role consists of up to 20 hours per week with the potential to increase this as available. Applicants must be available to work across our extended trading hours (7.30am “ 7.00pm). Flexibility to pick up ad hoc shifts to ensure our Physiotherapists have appropriate support is also required. There is opportunity for promotion to Practice Manager for the right candidate. The rate of remuneration for this role is 23.18 per hour plus SGC Super. This rate is flexible, depending on experience. Please only apply if the roster and rate of pay meet your expectations. DUTIESRESPONSIBILITIES Create a warm, welcoming environment and engage with clients Schedule appointments and process payments Handle enquiries and minimise cancellations Manage practice diary with efficiency Perform general office tidying and cleaning SKILLSEXPERIENCE A desire to learn a fast paced role, with a wide variety of tasks involved within the position Extra-mile attitude and customer-service focus Prioritisation and task management skills Receptive to feedback Self-management and teamwork skills Well spoken and presentable Able to build rapport quickly Excellent attention to detail Previous MedicalAllied Health practice experience preferred (Physio, chiro, osteo, medical centre, etc “ including an in depth understanding of HICAPS, Medicare, Workcover, DVA) CULTURE We have a strong workplace culture and enjoy working together because of this. We are warm and friendly and enjoy social events whilst still maintaining our commitment to working hard and providing exceptional care for our clients. We look out for each other in a supportive way, challenge each other, strive for excellence and don™t settle for mediocrity. BENEFITS All staff have access to subsidised Physiotherapy and Pilates at our practice and we have great coffee close by Opportunities exist for career progression, increasing your hours as available and promotions within scope of the role. We have continued Professional Development across our network with an annual National Symposium and additional Professional Development undertaken in-house. CALL TO ACTION If you™re ready to become an integral part of our warm and friendly team submit your application, including cover letter and resume, by clicking APPLY now.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Medical Administration Officer

    Medical Administration Officer Busy administration role Work Tuesdays and Fridays Rotating start times between 7.30am and 8.30am About the Role We are seeking a focused and experienced Medical Administration Officer to join our team in the Melbourne Defence Force Recruiting Centre team. Our centre is close to public transport, walking distance to the Queen Victoria market and a short stroll to Melbourne Central and CBD shopping District. This is the most ideal location for that work and lifestyle balance we are all seeking our building also provides a state of the art gym as well as a café downstairs and a roof top garden for all members of staff to enjoy. This vacancy is for a Part Time team member working two days a week, Tuesdays and Fridays. Rotating start times are between 730am and 830am. There is the requirement to be rostered on and work some (albeit limited) Public Holidays and Saturdays. Our Administrators are a critical component in the successful processing of vital pre-employment medical assessments for potential new recruits into the Australian Defence Forces. Key responsibilities of this position include Compiling hard copy physical files and data entry Management of medical records Adherence to strict medical in confidence protocols Successful communication with internal and external clientele Working effectively within a team environment Liaising with external partners to assist in achieving recruiting targets This role requires high level interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to build strong relationships as it works as part of a multidisciplinary team including Nursing, Doctors, Psychology, Recruitment and Military personnel. As this site forms part of a Region and a wider National team we have great opportunities to travel the state as well as travel interstate for those who are interested, travel is always fully paid. CHG Defence considers all requests for professional development and attendance at conferences that will assist you within the DFR scope and for your individual development. About CHG Defence Corporate Health Group (CHG) Defence is the national provider of specialised medical examinations for candidates seeking to join the Australian Defence Force through Defence Force Recruiting (DFR). CHG Defence employs more than 120 doctors, nurses, management and administrative personnel in 16 DFR Centres across Australia. CHG Defence lives out our values of Respect, Excellence, Loyalty, Integrity and Collaboration. When working at CHG Defence you must be prepared to contribute and work within the true spirit of teamwork and in return you will be afforded an environment that focuses on persistence in the face of obstacles, respects everyone™s strengths and talents and an environment that aims to exceed customer expectations. Skills and Experience To be suitable for this role you must be able to evidence proven, and successful, experience in a busy administrative role and a sharp eye for details. Extensive Microsoft Office and internal database skills are essential. Exposure to working within a highly confidential and sensitive environment would be ideal and previous Australian Defence Force or medical experience would be highly advantageous. An excellent customer service orientation is critical for this role, applicants must be self motivated, be able to prioritise and multi task whilst working without supervision and be willing to help out to ensure team goals are met on a daily and monthly basis. This position is only available to those with Australian Citizenship and the willingness to undergo and maintain a security clearance. Interested? If you are interested, please provide a cover letter and resume via the link below no later than 9am on Monday 23 September 2019. Please ensure your cover letter is no longer than two pages and summarises your interest in working with CHG as well as your work experience to date aligned to the role (as outlined in œabout the role above). Previous applicants need not apply. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? I understand that this is a part time role working Tuesdays and Fridays. Would you be able to work others days if required? What is your expected hourly rate, excluding superannuation?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Medical Administration Officer

    Medical Administration Officer Busy administration role Opportunity to work school hours Work 30 hours a week About the Role We are seeking a focused and experienced Medical Administration Officer to join our team in the Melbourne Defence Force Recruiting Centre team. Our centre is close to public transport, walking distance to the Queen Victoria market and a short stroll to Melbourne Central and CBD shopping District. This is the most ideal location for that work and lifestyle balance we are all seeking our building also provides a state of the art gym as well as a café downstairs and a roof top garden for all members of staff to enjoy. This vacancy is for a Part Time team member to work 30 hours per week. Work hours are flexible and can be worked as preferred by the successful candidate i.e. 4 full days a week or 5 days reduced hours. There is the requirement to be rostered on and work some (albeit limited) Public Holidays and Saturdays. Our Administrators are a critical component in the successful processing of vital pre-employment medical assessments for potential new recruits into the Australian Defence Forces. Key responsibilities of this position include Compiling hard copy physical files and data entry Management of medical records Adherence to strict medical in confidence protocols Successful communication with internal and external clientele Working effectively within a team environment Liaising with external partners to assist in achieving recruiting targets This role requires high level interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to build strong relationships as it works as part of a multidisciplinary team including Nursing, Doctors, Psychology, Recruitment and Military personnel. As this site forms part of a Region and a wider National team we have great opportunities to travel the state as well as travel interstate for those who are interested, travel is always fully paid. CHG Defence considers all requests for professional development and attendance at conferences that will assist you within the DFR scope and for your individual development. About CHG Defence Corporate Health Group (CHG) Defence is the national provider of specialised medical examinations for candidates seeking to join the Australian Defence Force through Defence Force Recruiting (DFR). CHG Defence employs more than 120 doctors, nurses, management and administrative personnel in 16 DFR Centres across Australia. CHG Defence lives out our values of Respect, Excellence, Loyalty, Integrity and Collaboration. When working at CHG Defence you must be prepared to contribute and work within the true spirit of teamwork and in return you will be afforded an environment that focuses on persistence in the face of obstacles, respects everyone™s strengths and talents and an environment that aims to exceed customer expectations. Skills and Experience To be suitable for this role you must be able to evidence proven, and successful, experience in a busy administrative role and a sharp eye for details. Extensive Microsoft Office and internal database skills are essential. Exposure to working within a highly confidential and sensitive environment would be ideal and previous Australian Defence Force or medical experience would be highly advantageous. An excellent customer service orientation is critical for this role, applicants must be self motivated, be able to prioritise and multi task whilst working without supervision and be willing to help out to ensure team goals are met on a daily and monthly basis. This position is only available to those with Australian Citizenship and the willingness to undergo and maintain a security clearance. Interested? If you are interested, please provide a cover letter and resume via the link below no later than 9am on Monday 23 September 2019. Please ensure your cover letter is no longer than two pages and summarises your interest in working with CHG as well as your work experience to date aligned to the role (as outlined in œabout the role above). Previous applicants need not apply. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? What is your preferred work hours? What is your expected hourly rate, excluding super?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Regional Administrative Officer, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal

    Regional Administrative Officer, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal About the role Under the direction of the Manager, Regional Services, the role will be required to build positive and effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to deliver access to justice for all Victorians. Service delivery focus - fixed term to 30 June 2020- VPS Grade 3 - Ringwood location VCAT is seeking a suitably experienced and client focused administrative officer for nine months starting 7 October 2019 About you Front line service delivery Fast paced legal environment Opportunity to travel across metropolitan and regional locations VCAT is currently rolling out a transformational agenda so its an exciting time to join the Tribunal and make a real difference to how the community accesses justice. The role will undertake a wide range of administrative duties and delegated functions including in-court support for VCAT Members and users, coordination of VCAT hearings, client focused services and end to end processing of administrative files, to support VCAT Operations. You will be a highly organised self-starter with an eye for detail, have well developed interpersonal skills and a passion for service delivery. How to apply To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button, ensuring you include the following documents in your application resume a short covering letter completed application form (see file attachment) For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. Other information Court Services Victoria (CSV) is the employer of staff at all Victorian courts and tribunals, the Judicial College of Victoria, and the Judicial Commission of Victoria. CSV offers a wide range of legal and non-legal career options as well as attractive employee benefits. CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience diversity or disability related barriers in securing employment.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Officer - Aged Care

    The organisation Not for profit home with close ties and connection to the local community and a reputation for providing high quality care and accommodation to around 100 residents. About the role This role requires a confident, self motivated individual who will work as the gatekeeper for all residents and staff and handle incoming calls and visitors whilst also providing high level administration assistance to the Executives. Core responsibilities will include Providing the Operations team with general administration, clerical and computer assistance as required Answering phones and managing general enquiries Roster preparation Assisting with admissions process Preparing Admissions information packs Directing visitors to appropriate areaspeople on arrival Skills and experience required Previous experience in a Senior Administrator or PA role within Aged Care (preferable) Excellent and highly developed computer skills including Excel, Word and data base management Ability to work autonomously without needing to be supervised and managed. Ability to develop positive relationships and engage with staff and residents High attention to detail Previous Rostering experience and advantage, however, training will be provided Excellent communication and personal presentation skills Benefits of this position Working with values driven, not for profit aged care home that provides career progression opportunities, above award salary and tax free benefits. Training on new Time Target Roster system Flexible starting time either 8am, 8.30am or 9am To apply please send CV to danieladsconnexions.com.au PLEASE NOTE Due to the volume of applications we receive for this type of position, we will only be contacting candidates that are shortlisted for interview.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Clerical/Administration Support Officer

    ClericalAdministration Support Officer Who we are Gates Corporation is the worlds leading manufacturer of power transmission belts and a premier global manufacturer of fluid power products. Our highly engineered products are critical components used in diverse industrial and automotive applications where the cost of failure is very high relative to the cost of our products. We sell our products globally under the Gates brand, which is recognized by distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and installers as the premium brand for quality and technological innovation, a reputation which we have built for over a century since our founding in 1911. Our products and services serve customers in the following end market segments Energy, Exploration Extraction (Oil Gas) Infrastructure Agriculture (Mobile Equipment) Transportation (Fleet Heavy-Duty) Automotive (Passenger Cars Light Trucks) Process Specialty (Manufacturing) Gates is committed to advancing the science of motion performance by developing safe, forward-thinking products, services, systems, and solutions, as well as fostering long-term customer and employee relationships. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Gates employs over 14,000 people across 106 locations in 30 countries. Working from our premises located in Dandenong South, an opportunity exists for a self-motivated person who will support the Customer Service team. Reporting directly to the customer service manager, the successful candidate will be performing administrative tasks, including data entry and other clerical support. YOUR DUTIES Responsibilities include Provide high quality administrative support Data entry support Automotive warrantytechnical support Criteria for the role Must be well organised and able to prioritise a high volume of work. As such, strong organisation, time management, administrative, communication and literacy skills are required to perform tasks. Excellent interpersonal skills are required, as well as promptness, reliability and integrity, to establish rapport and successfully work with the team and our customers High attention to detail Sense of urgency and the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment. Should be self-motivated and driven to deliver high quality work and service at all times. Experience in an Automotive technical support role would be highly advantageous. Our work culture is one of our most valued assets at Gates which means that when we recruit, we are looking for the right person whose attributes and values align with ours. Our core business values are Accountability, Collaboration, Tenacity, Curiosity and Dedication. Help us dream, create, innovate, build, and broaden possibilities. You can be a part of the story as we continue to revolutionise the way we do business during this exciting time of growth in our Gates brand across the globe Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted. www.gates.com 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Officer

    The Administration Officer is a pivotal role within the Education and broader Member Services Team and is focussed on providing quality support for education and sport development programs throughout Gymnastics in Australia. DESCRIPTION OF ROLE The Administration Officer will be responsible for the following Supporting the successful delivery of Gymnastics Australia Education Services Providing technical administration support for the Learning Management System Entering and updating information on the National database as required to maintain technical accuracy Providing quality customer service to all members and customers Undertaking a range of administration tasks within the Education and Member Services Team. You will have a strong background in administration, preferably within a sporting or not for profit environment. You will be detail oriented and enjoy interacting with our members, clubs and our colleagues in our StateTerritory Gymnastics Associations. Additionally, you will have the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge in learning management and customer relationship systems and an understanding of the online learning environment. Finally, you will enjoy working in a dynamic team environment and with people who are focussed on quality outcomes. The role Gymnastics Australia is located in Albert Park, Melbourne Full-time role (37.5 hours per week) with flexible working arrangements. Salary 48,000 pa plus superannuation EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Essential Skills Excellent verbal and written communication Exemplary customer service experience Proficiency in accurate data entry with solid attention to detail Excellent computer skills including experience with databases and online management or membership systems Ability to work with minimal supervision Problem solving skills. Must have the right to live and work in Australia Must have a valid Working with Children Check Essential Knowledge Familiarity with MS Office, including intermediate skills in Word, Excel and Outlook Knowledge of online management systems (LMS systems, CRMs) or ability to learn quickly given previous computer-based experience. Knowledge of database software EMPLOYEE AND OTHER DETAILS Gymnastics Australia is the governing body of gymnastics in Australia, overseeing the delivery of all aspects of the sport nationally. As a large, member-based organisation, GA provides a range of services to state and territory associations, clubs and all pillars of the sport, including hosting major events, technical member training and development and the delivery of national high-performance programs. GA™s Vision Gymnastics is recognised as the foundation for movement, enriching and energising bodies for life. GA™s Mission Gymnastics in Australia will Promote our brand, develop our people and Grow our sport. GA™s Values Respect our people, Excellence in delivery, Act as one, Lead with Integrity. Gymnastics Australia is an organisation committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, capable, connected and supportive workplace. Gymnastics Australia promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability and those of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander backgrounds. Gymnastics Australia is committed to protecting children and young people from harm. We require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment, a process that may include, but is not limited to, comprehensive reference checks, an identity check, a ˜working with children™ or equivalent check andor a ˜national criminal history record™ check. We also require all applicants to read and understand the Child Safety Policy and Member Protection Policies prior to appointment. All staff are responsible for informing themselves of their obligations and responsibilities in relation to Ethics, Equity and Social Justice. In particular, all staff must demonstrate appropriate and professional workplace behaviours in accordance with the Gymnastics Australia™s Values and Code of Conduct. This full-time role is based in Gymnastics Australia™s head office located at Sports House in Albert Park, Melbourne. HOW TO APPLY To apply for this role, please refer to the full job description and submit a covering letter outlining your experience with your cv to ausgymgymnastics.org.au Applications close 9am Monday 23rd September. No recruitment agencies please.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer On Behalf of our State Government client we are recruiting for a Government Administrator for a 3 month fixed term role with possible extension and is based in the CBD. About You Ideally the perfect candidate for these roles will have high level administration experience within a government setting. You will be a multitasker with a real eye for detail who can prioritise their workload while juggling competing deadlines. Your high standard of computer literacy allows you to complete your given tasks in an efficient and accurate manner. You possess fantastic written and oral communication skills along with an enthusiastic, can do attitude and will have a demonstrated history of working both collaboratively and autonomously depending on the task. Ideally you will have had some experience with contract administration in a legal setting, preferably in the last 3 years. Key Requirements Administration experience in a Government process driven setting High level of computer literacy (including Microsoft office packages) Demonstrated experience juggling competing deadlines Excellent communication skills (both written and oral) Demonstrated experience managing stakeholder inquires and requests (both internally and externally) Desirable Familiarity with typical Government systems e.g TRIM, Emins etc. Should you wish to register your interest for this role or simply wish to inquire then please call Laura on (03) 9623 6555, email me on Laura.Mcginleyhudson.com or simply click apply to register your expression of interest. jobs.hudson.com Specialist Recruitment Talent Management

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Residential Solar Operations Coordinator

    UNIfied is PROUD to be Australias 1 energy efficiency services specialist and we plan to stay that way - join us and be part of the TEAM At UNIfied Energy Services we can offer you the career you are working towards. We are one of the fastest-growing companies in Australia, having recently topped the Fast Starters list of Australias most successful startups. Operating in the commercial LED lighting and solar industry, we have changed the way the industry works. We believe in propelling our people to achieve. About the role Reporting to the Operations Manager - your overall responsibility will be to work with the residential team and subcontractors, installing the company™s energy solutions. Specific tasks within the broad brief include Installation scheduling with external subcontractors Installation quality control - ensuring subcontractor quality is at the level expected Managing compliance Site inspections and technical advice for the sales team Service calls - making scheduling Stock ordering Reporting the health of the residential solar division to the Senior Leadership Team Candidate The ideal candidate will be a high performer having been the Solar Operations Coordinator in a similar company for at least 2 years. A key requirement is exemplary customer relationship skills - you must have a demonstrable track record of providing excellent customer service. A good understanding of commercial realities is required. Personal attributes key for success in the role include Integrityhonesty in all dealings internally and externally A positive work ethic based around getting the job finished expeditiously, consistent with quality A realistic approach to certain situations where holding the line may at times seem unreasonable Well-developed interpersonal skills, enabling you to relate well to a diverse range of people and to build long-term, quality business relationships Remuneration The salary package is market competitive and negotiable, based on the skills and experience of the successful candidate. If youre looking to get your foot in the door, this is the first step in gaining a fantastic understanding of business and lessons in what hard work, dedication and a true team environment can produce. We truly believe in promoting from within, so get your foot in the door now to see what you can become. 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 operations coordinator? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer Mercy College is a Catholic Secondary College for young women conducted in the Mercy tradition with justice, compassion, hospitality and excellence underpinning all we do. Mercy College is seeking a full-time Administration Support Officer, commencing in Term 4. Appointees are expected to show understanding of and commitment to the Catholic ethos of the College. Mercy College is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment in which students feel safe and are safe. A condition of employment is that staff are deemed to be suitable to work with children. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible and applications will be processed upon receipt. An application form and a position description are available from the college website www.mercycoburg.catholic.edu.au To apply “ please provide a letter of application and a current CV, as well as the application form “ non-teaching available from the College website to principalmercycoburg.catholic.edu.au

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Tour Groups Administrator

    Tour Groups Administrator Dufry is a global travel retailer and together with over 29000 colleagues worldwide we operate over 1650 stores located across all continents. We are seeking a Tour Group Administrator to support the Tour Group Sales Manager in managing the documentation and payment process for our tour group business. This position is a part time role at 30 hours per week. The successful candidate will be required to have high flexibility, as the days and hours of work may vary according to the needs of the business, and shifts may include weekend and public holiday work. Your key responsibilities include but not limited to Supporting the tour group sales team in administration tasks from registration to invoicing, including data entry, record keeping and filing of relevant documentation. Ensuring the tour group sales team adheres to relevant company policies and procedures. Monitoring and managing tour group databases. Resolving administrative issues that may occur throughout the tour group process. Liaising with cross functional teams (such as Tour Group Sales, Store Management, Finance and Loss Prevention) to ensure process compliance. Providing customer service and elements of post-sale follow up with Tour Guides. To be considered for this position, candidates will ideally have Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate at all levels Excellent customer service Planning and organisational skills Ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines Be knowledgeable and sensitive to cultural differences Display a high standard of professionalism and presentation Computer literate with an intermediate level with Microsoft Word and Excel. Have a current Responsible Service of Alcohol Certificate Chinese Mandarin Cantonese language skills highly desirable Dufry offers employee discounts and free car parking, whilst working in a dynamic and fast paced environment. If you are looking to join a reputable company, please click on the Apply for this job button. The successful candidate will be required to undertake the Customs and Police Clearance process. Only people with the right to work in Australia need apply 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? What attracts you to this postion? Do you speak any languages other than English? If yes, please specify.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

    WE REQUIRE AN EXPERIENCED AND RELIABLE OFFICE WORKER TO JOIN OUR TEAM. WE ARE A BUSY PLUMBING COMPANY WHICH IS LOCATED IN HEIDELBERG WEST. THE DUTIES REQUIRED ANSWERING OF BUSY TELEPHONES INVOICING QUOTATIONS EMAILS APPOINTMENTS LIASING WITH DHS, TENANTS AND OTHER TRADES DAILY RUNNING OF A BUSY OFFICE THE SKILLS REQUIRED RELIABLE IS A MUST EFFICIENT - ABLE TO WORK ALONE AND WITHIN A GROUP ENVIRONMENT MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD EXCEL EMAIL ... EXCELLENT PHONE MANNER ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS COMPUTER SKILLS IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE THE EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED PLEASE APPLY TO sarahplumbcad.com.au 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? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • After Hours Support Coordinator | Melb CBD

    After Hours Support Coordinator Melb CBD Competitive salary immediate start 3 NIGHTS Sunday “ Tuesday - Fulltime Pay Highly regarded national hospitality group Work with a switched on, passionate and fun team Internal Position Due to an internal promotion, Pinnacle People is looking for a full time After Hours Support Coordinator based in Melbourne™s CBD. Our Clients Our clients, are Australia™s leading hospitality corporate professionals and our team are the best qualified to work with them. About the role Days Hours Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 06.00pm to 06.00am You will provide varied administrative support to our national offices this may include taking phone queries, assisting clients, payroll finance data entry, recruitment activities, etc. You will roster casual FB Attendants, chefs, to client rosters matching staff suitability to the Clients requirements. About you As a skilled all-rounder in the office, you will also have hospitality experience to understand the nature of bookings from clients, casual team members, and candidates As the first point of contact outside of office hours, you will have strong written and verbal communication skills The position is heavily based in administration which demands your highest levels of concentration and attention to detail. You are confident using Microsoft Office. Why Work With Pinnacle? We are Australias best-known and ONLY national hospitality labour hire and recruitment partner. Our reputation enables us to work with the best, most exciting venues around the country Plus, our resources and network reach will advance your career across the industry. If you™re ready to work hard, develop your career and have some fun¦.. Hit Apply visit www.pinnaclepeople.com.aujob-seekers MELBOURNE - CANBERRA - SYDNEY - BRISBANE GOLD COAST - ADELAIDE - PERTH - DARWIN - HOBART www.pinnaclepeople.com.au

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Team Administrator

    Team Administrator WSP WSP, one of the world™s leading engineering and professional services consulting firms, exists to future proof our cities and environment. The firm™s expertise ranges from environmental remediation and urban planning to engineering iconic buildings and designing sustainable transport networks, to developing the energy sources of the future and enabling new ways of extracting essential resources. With 48,000 talented people in more than 500 offices across 40 countries, we engineer projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. The Australia New Zealand (ANZ) region is home to 5,300 people, of which 3,300 are in Australia. Team Our Property and Buildings team is industry-leading on a national scale with many long-tenure, key employees who have developed excellent relationships with highly sought after clients. As such, a great work environment affording industry™s first-pick projects has been curated over the years and only continues to grow stronger every year. Role As we continue to be successful and grow our operations in Australia and New Zealand, we currently have an exciting opportunity for a Team Administrator to join our Melbourne office. Your main responsibility will be to provide administrative support to the Property and Buildings team in the day to day running of the office. This is a great opportunity for an organised, detail orientated individual with a positive can do attitude, to work alongside leaders in the industry. Responsibilities Administrative support for the team, which may also at times include other teams housed interstate, acting with due discretion as required and always ensuring confidentiality is maintained Travel management (including flights, hotels, cars etc.) and ensure the appropriate approval is obtained whilst following the company™s travel guidelines Advanced word processing including bid creation, tender documentation, correspondence, reports and other documents when necessary using appropriate templates and formatting Assist in the organisation of meetings and events Visa reconciliation and expense claims Manage filing systems and records (electronic and hard copies) for the team Contribute to and foster a good safety culture to ensure the safety and well-being of all staff, and Embrace, display and promote WSP values at all times. Criteria Prior administration support experience within an engineering professional services setting (desirable) Highly organised, practical, proactive, flexible, thorough and resilient Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with the wide variety of personalities and situations, whilst remaining professional and outcome focused Excellent and clear communication skills, both written and verbal, in liaising with the management team, office team members, colleagues and consultants, and clients as required Capacity to effectively multitask and prioritise work Confidential and discrete, including the ability to prepare professional documentation and build relationships at all levels, and Proficiency with relevant software packages, e.g. Microsoft Office suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook etc.) and use of other business management systems. Benefits We are striving to be number one in our respective markets, globally and as such we are looking for people who share that aspiration. We aren™t afraid to work hard and challenge the status quo in pursuit of this goal so in exchange, working at WSP you will receive a competitive compensation package incorporating both financial and non-financial components. All employees are eligible for many personal and professional development opportunities that are aimed to help you deliver your best self to the role whilst managing your personal life in balance. We have been recognised for the second consecutive year as a Great Place to Work® with year-on-year increases in employee engagement. Some of the many benefits we offer our employees include Flexible working arrangements Global mobility Learning and development Novated leases Reward recognition program Salary packaging Salary continuance insurance, and Workplace givingvolunteering. We are a collaborative team of experts that thrive on challenge and strategic thinking. Channelling our curiosity into creating progressive solutions to complex issues is both our mission and our passion. Our commitment to supporting our people grow their careers is paramount and is largely built around the following key points You™ll quickly become established as an integral member of our team, and create your own personal brand within our team culture, and You™ll receive the support and understanding that allows you to grow to your potential. Join us in doing purposeful, sustainable work that helps shape our communities and the future We are the best professional services firm, positioned to be partners for tomorrow™s challenges. 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. Please note we will not be engaging the services of recruitment agencies for this role. LI-DM1

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Melbourne Receptionist/Team Administrator

    YOUR YEARS AT MAZARS, YEARS THAT COUNT At Mazars, you don™t just have contacts, you create a world-class network for life If you believe you can do it, we help you achieve it Wherever you are, we are all part of the same family International Accounting firm, Mazars is pleased to invite applications for a ReceptionistTeam Administrator. Operating in over 89 countries, Mazars is an international integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, accountancy, advisory, tax and legal services. We provide international opportunities and a world-class network of ˜Mazarians™. At Mazars, we are looking for top talent to join our integrated partnerships across the globe, who will contribute to our business and build both their future and ours Much more than ˜just a job™, working at Mazars is a true life experience. Your years at Mazars will shape you, push you forward and empower you. They will allow you to travel, to venture and to join a strongly developing group. You will not find a better environment to achieve your full potential ReceptionistTeam Administrator The ReceptionistTeam Administrator will help manage our busy reception area and also support one of our Business Services teams with their client administration. About the job Support at Reception greeting clients, answering phones, managing mailcouriers Office administration “ electronic lodgments, database updates, maintaining filing systems Administrative support to Business Services team invoices, client correspondence, photocopying Work as part of the administrative team assisting with adhoc projects and initiatives About you Experienced working at Reception in a professional services firm Understand an accounting environment and its administrative support requirements Experienced with accounting systems and databases (ATO, ASIC, APS or similar accounting software) Have studied in Business Administration (not essential) Excellent communication and interpersonal skills The ability to work as part of a team as well as operate autonomously Great time management skills with the ability to prioritise and multi task to meet deadlines Great attention to detail and able to work accurately Enjoy a challenge, have a positive attitude and a willingness to learn A strong dedicated work ethic The enthusiasm to be a part of the firm™s friendly and high performance culture Wherever you are, we are all part of the same family. At Mazars, if you believe you can do it, we can help you achieve it. If you feel that you are ready to join our family, please apply using the link. Note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administrative & Membership Executive

    About the business and the role APHA is a non-profit membership organisation established to promote, support and advance the high- performance Passive House building standard in Australia. Our members range from interested individuals to multinational design, engineering and construction companies. Further information about APHA can be found at www.passivehouseaustralia.org. APHA is run by a board of directors, supported by local representatives and committee members in five states and the ACT. These positions at present are voluntary, and as such available time commitments vary greatly. Our organisation continues to grow and we have recently appointed a Chief Executive Officer to lead this and drive the organisation forward, The Administration and Membership Executive is currently one of two paid positions at APHA, and the board and CEO rely heavily on this role. You will need to address day-to-day issues, use judgement to take action and seek guidance, to maintain regular and clear communication with relevant board members, and stay across the full range activities being carried out by APHA, either through the board, its working groups, or the local chapters. Please apply by Friday 27 September 2019. Job tasks and responsibilities You will be the main contact point for the Association both externally and internally. You will support the organisation in a range of tasks as follows Responding to email queries about membership, software sales, events, training opportunities, etc. Maintaining the membership system and directory, preparing reports Assisting the Treasurer and Book-keeper with transactions Providing administrative support to the CEO, Board and Committees as requested Maintaining calendars, arranging meetings Preparing documents including reports (e.g. reporting to the board the number of new members that have joined), conducting surveys (e.g. to gauge member satisfaction), preparing letters or agreements with direction from the CEO and board, organising PowerPoint presentations, etc Liaising with Local Chapter representatives and Committee members and providing support as required for events Updating the APHA website and social media channels with news and events Preparing and sending regular newsletters with support from the CEO, Board and relevant working group members Coordinating our promotional activities, arranging agreements, liaising with event organisers Assisting with the organisation and execution of our bi-annual conference Coordinating the Annual General Meeting, managing the election of directors IT System administration, managing the email and web server, provide support for users if needed, trouble shooting Skills and experience Essential Experience in organisational management and administration Experience with office management software like MS Office (MS Excel and MS Word, specifically) Proven ability to work independently with minimal supervision and use judgment to make appropriate decisions and seek guidance when required Strong organization skills with a problem-solving attitude Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Flexibility, ability to multitask Professional computer literacy and proficiency with Microsoft Office A fully functioning home office in which to operate out of with good internet connectivity and ergonomics Flair for learning and using various IT programs, systems and tools Good copy writing skills Experience using various Social Media channels, e.g. Facebook, LinkedIN, Twitter Desirable Proven work experience in a similar role Experience in events management and planning Experience working with a board of directors and administering committees Knowledge of the Passive House standard Understanding and experience with IMIS Engagement Management System, Wordpress, Google Suite, MailChimp, Survey Monkey, Adobe Creative Suite or other graphic design tool Based on current growth in membership, certified projects and industry capacity it is possible that APHA will be requiring a deeper level of in-house marketing, promotional and event management expertise. Applicants with experience, and a desire to grow into this area will be highly regarded Please note you will be responsible for your own working environment and resources, including but not limited to a computer, Microsoft Office software and a reliable internet connection. Submit your CV and cover letter by email to chairpersonpassivehouseaustralia.org secretarypassivehouseaustralia.org and deputychairpassivehouseaustralia.org. Further details about the Australian Passive House Association are available on our website www.passivehouseaustralia.org Job benefits and perks The role is performed remotely “ suitable for an experienced person, such as a parent looking to get back into the workforce but wanting to work from home and balance other duties, or someone working remotely from a lifestyle location. The role is offered as a part time (3 or up to 4 days per week) with flexible hours. Remuneration to be negotiated commensurate with your experience and the skills you bring to the organisation. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • International Qualifications Assessments Officer

    The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 11,500 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians. An exciting opportunity exists for an International Qualifications Assessment Officer at the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) within our Ethics and Standards Program. The IQA Officer is responsible for managing the AASW™s program for the membership eligibility assessments of people with overseas social work qualifications, including those social workers who intend to migrate to Australia. The successful applicant will have (or the ability to acquire) a sound understanding of social work education and overseas social work qualifications, including the Australian Social Work Education and Accreditation Standards. Selection Criteria Well-developed administrative and organisational skills, including managing work deadlines, managing information and demonstrated attention to detail Excellent customer service skills Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Strong IT skills, including sound knowledge of email, Word and Excel programs. Knowledge of efficient and effective administration systems and processes Able to prioritise during periods of high workload and meet deadlines Demonstrated problem solving skills The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability. To be considered for this role, your application must include your résumé and cover letter which addresses the selection criteria. A copy of the position description is available via our website www.horizonemployment.com.au Further information on AASW can be found by visiting our website at www.aasw.asn.au Please submit your application via Seek or email HRaasw.asn.au

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Aged Care Administrator

    ADEC is a not for profit organisation assisting people with a disability, their families and carers from diverse cultural backgrounds. About the role We are seeking an experienced Administration Assistant to provide support to the Aged Care Team Leader. This is a part time role 22.8 hours per week. The Aged Care Program supports the delivery of services to ADEC clients with Home Care Packages. Your responsibilities will include but not limited to Assist the Aged Care Team Leader with their program administration as required Keep accurate and up to date client records, whilst meeting compliance requirements Data entry, including support worker time sheets, case notes and rostering Construction of Service Agreements Development of Care Plans Key Selection Criteria Essential Previous experience in an administrative role Knowledge of the Commonwealth Home Support Program and My Aged Care Experience using Microsoft Office Packages including Word, Excel and Outlook Excellent time management and task planning skills Highly developed written and verbal communication skills Ability to work unsupervised, within guidelines and procedures Current Police and Working With Children Check, or willing to obtain Willing to undergo a mandatory check under the Disability Workers Exclusion Scheme Desirable Previous experience in the disability sector in a comparable role Previous experience with Carelink+ database Formal qualifications in social work, community development, community services or related areas Previous experience of working with persons from ethnic communities Benefits Salary Packaging Flexible working arrangements Great team environment Chance to make a difference Please submit your application by pressing apply. The selection criteria must be addressed for further consideration for this role. ADEC is an equal opportunity employer. We value and strongly support the principles of equal opportunity in the workplace. Persons with disability are encouraged to apply for this position. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Officer

    Mabi Services is a well established company based in the eastern suburbs providing building inspections and Consultancy, specializing in the commercial real estate and strata industries. We have enjoyed a period of rapid growth and are currently looking for a self motivated and reliable person to join our Administration team on a part time basis(3-4 days per week). The successful applicant will be responsible for assisting in all areas of administration, including, entering work orders, arranging appointments, allocating work to Inspectors, proof reading and finalising reports, invoicing and processing quotes. Are you A team player Self-motivated and driven Able to work unsupervisedindependently Organised Professional, well presented, confident and well spoken Do you have An eye for detail Clear and concise communication skills both written and verbal Ability to adapt to a variety of daily tasks Proficient computer skills (word, excel, outlook) This opportunity will suit someone who is eager to be part of our fast-growing company and who is prepared to go above and beyond regular day to day activities. An excellent base salary is being offered for this part time position. Applicants who feel they meet the above criteria are encouraged to apply by sending a resume and covering letter to HR Manager adminmabi.com.au Applications close on Friday September 20, 2019.

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Administration Assistant

    About the firm A rare opportunity has become available for an experienced Administration Assistant to join this professional and progressive Advisory Practice based in a perfect location in Melbournes North. This company has a friendly and close-nit team who provide accounting, tax and business advisory services to a number of businesses in and around Melbourne. About the role In this pivotal role of Administration Assistant you will be assisting in the day-to-day operations of the office, assisting with coordination of workflow of the business, liaising with clients and internal staff, maintenance of client database, management of ATO correspondence, liaise with the ATO where required and document management. You will work directly with the Managing Director and Practice Manager, you will also be a point of contact within the firm for many of the clients. About you To be successful in this position, you will ideally have 2+ years experience working previously in an accounting professional services firm which has provided you with the key knowledge needed in this role. Have excellent time management skills, a strong sense of initiative, be pro-active and have a can-do attitude. A professional manner when communicating with clients via email, on the phone and in person. Previous exposure to Microsoft Office and have experience in database systems, experience in use of MYOB AOAE Software is beneficial. If you are passionate about providing superior customer service in a professional and friendly manner and you are a tech savvy with a high attention to detail you will be successful at getting through to interview. An outstanding candidate will show a second to none professionalism as well as a corporate level of communication both verbal and written. What youll get in return You will become a valued and trusted member of a dynamic team. This company will provide you with a fantastic work culture and a friendly environment where you can drive to work and leave the train to the CBD behind. The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as an administration officer? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Melbourne, Victoria


  • Project Engagement and Support Officer

    Permanent, Full-time position - flexible working and job share options available Work on community focused sustainable transport projects Located in Preston, five minute walk from the train station and a two minute ride from the St Georges Road shared path. Band 5 salary 71,601.40 - 82,927.52 per annum Develop and support a wide range of community focused sustainable transport projects and engagements for our vibrant and expanding municipality Located in Preston, five minute walk from the train station and a two minute ride from the St Georges Road shared path. Darebin City Council is looking for an energetic and highly motivated Project Support and Engagement Officer to join our progressive Environment and Sustainable Transport team. We have a dedicated sustainability focus and work hard to support and develop safe and sustainable travel options for our community, while also considering the best the immediate and longer term outcomes for our community. What the role entails Supporting the team to communicate and engage with the community on projects and programs Develop marketing and promotion materials for the Sustainable Transport area Supporting the delivery of the programs including the Council Green Travel Program, active travel programs, school safe travel programs and travel safety programs for older adults, and marketing and promotion of Darebin car share Reporting to the Coordinator Transport Strategy, based in the same office. Who we are looking for You have experience in project management business administration communications and marketing, community development or similar, along have relevant qualifications. Strong communication skills, you enjoy working in a team environment, and you are confident in supporting the delivery, communications and marketing for a range of activities. Benefits of joining Training and professional development opportunities Yearly salary increases provided performance objectives are met Flexible working conditions and job share opportunities Social activities and social club Comprehensive health and wellbeing program, and green travel program Opportunities for secondments and promotions within the local government and wider Victorian Public Sector Five minute walk to Preston train station or the route 86 tram, and 2 minutes ride to high quality bike routes including the St Georges Road shared path Supportive and inclusive culture How to apply Apply online at www.darebin.vic.gov.au or forward hard copy applications to Manager People and Development, Darebin City Council, PO Box 91, PRESTON VIC 3072. Applicants must respond to the key selection criteria contained in the position description. Applications close on Monday, 30 September at 12pm noon. You can obtain further information by contacting Che Sutherland, Coordinator Transport Strategy on 03 8470 8465, che.sutherlanddarebin.vic.gov.au or to connect on LinkedIn here Darebin City Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values child safety, diversity, and inclusion. Safety screening processes apply.

    location Darebin City, Victoria


  • Financial Planning - Team Assistant

    About McLean Delmo BentleysMcLean Delmo Bentleys is a dynamic professional services firm consisting of progressive accountants, financial planners, auditors, mortgage brokers as well as tax and other specialists who are committed to creating, maximising and protecting the wealth of our clients. We are part of the Bentleys network of top 20 accounting firms and are also members of Kreston International, a worldwide association of experienced, independent accounting and business advisory firms.We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Team Assistant to join our Financial Planning team.The roleTeam Assistants role is to perform general administration and support the financial planning team, includingLiaising with internal external clientsEnsuring documentation is preparedManaging a client databaseManaging Spreadsheet listing outstanding and progress to sales targetsProviding cover for reception, when required.The CandidatesThe successful candidates willhave excellent customer service and administration skillsapproximately 3 years experience working within a Financial Planning Industry or similarexposure to software - XplanWe encourage your application if you haveexcellent interpersonal and verbalwritten communication skillsflexibility, adaptability and a strong work ethicthe ability to work both independently and be a strong team playera well organised, methodical and committed approach to delivering work in a timely and accurate mannerthe ability to multi-taskprioritise and manage time effectively and efficiently.Staff benefitsGreat facilities, on-site gym, benefits discount scheme, flexible working hours, monthly early finish days, casual Fridays, birthday early finish days, birthday drinks, catered monthly staff lunches, annual and ad-hoc social events.How to applyYou are welcome to apply via Indeed or submit a CV and a cover letter telling us about yourself and what interests you about this position to Lindsey Kelly, HR ManagerPlease note, only shortlisted applicants with the relevant experience will be contacted within 30 days regarding the next phase of the selection process. To those applicants not short listed, thank you for considering McLean Delmo Bentleys as a potential employer.Job Type Full-timeWork EligibilityThe candidate can work permanently with no restriction on hours (Required)

    location Hawthorn, Victoria


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