Receptionist Jobs In Adelaide

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  • Receptionist/Customer Service Admin Support

    location Adelaide SA 5014, Australia

  • Office Assistant

    HomeStart Finance is a State Government organisation that is focused on providing home ownership to South Australians. Established in 1989, we are proud to have helped over 70,000 South Australians get into home ownership sooner. Our business has expanded in recent years with the opening of two metropolitan offices. About the opportunity Reporting to the Customer Relationship Leader, we have a continuing full time opportunity for an experienced Office Assistant to join the HomeStart team. The Office Assistant is responsible for meeting and greeting internal and external customers and directing and managing telephone calls promptly with a high level of customer service. About you You are motivated by providing exceptional customer service and pride yourself on the patience you display to customers. As an experienced administrator, you are multi-skilled giving you the ability to provide a broad range of administrative assistance across the business. You are a highly organised individual with the ability to juggle multiple tasks and enjoy working in a team environment. You will also have, amongst other things Experience in the use of computerised telephone systems Excellent personal presentation skills Good communication skills Computer literate with Microsoft Office Please refer to HomeStarts career page at for a copy of the position description and advice to applicants. You will be joining a truly unique organisation, with a passionate and supportive team, and will enjoy a range of appealing employee benefits. Applications for this role are only accepted via and are to include a cover letter, current curriculum vitae and include the name and contact details of two current professional referees. All applicants must be eligible to work in Australia. The incumbent will be required to provide a satisfactory National Criminal History Record (Police) check prior to commencement. HomeStart is an equal opportunity employer and applications are invited from Indigenous, non-Indigenous people and people with disability. If you believe you are the perfect person for this role, please apply by 4pm Friday, 8th February 2019. Winner of the 2017 Human Synergistics Culture Transformation Award AHRI Martin Seligman Health and Wellbeing Award Winner 2018 HRD Employer of Choice 2018 - Public Sector NFP Please call Anthony Villani, Customer Relationship Leader on 8203 4062 or Tanya Couch, People Performance on 8203 4065 if you wish to discuss this opportunity further.

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


    Maintain tidy reception area. Answering questions about services and products. Your key responsibilities will be. Handle inbound calls with speed efficiency....

    location Kent Town SA 5067, Australia

  • Full Time Junior Receptionist/Clerk

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

  • Customer Service Officer

    About the Role The Customer Service Officer (CSO) will be responsible for front of house operations, reception services, directing inquiries to the appropriate area and provision of other administrative support to site colleagues. You will be competent using the Microsoft Office Suite and have experience taking accurate, timely queries by phone and email. As the first point of contact for all visitors to the site your professional and friendly demeanour will shine through but you will also be able to deal with a wide range of people which can at times be challenging. Balancing day to day tasks including front of house and the phone system are easy for you with your strong multitasking and time management skills. You will work closely with a team to enact change and assist job seekers to move forward into sustainable employment. Workskil Australia promotes a positive team culture where high performance can thrive. We value excellent customer service, integrity and honesty in our employees. The role will require a genuine passion for working with those in need with a strong focus on quality job referrals, an ability to meet individual targets and contribute to a strong site team. This role is being offered on a full time and ongoing basis. What were looking for Excellent administration skills, attention to detail and computer literacy including competent with Microsoft Office Suite Strong verbal and written communication skills Experience in a busy reception or front of house role dealing with a wide range of members of the public A proven ability to maintain a calm and professional approach when dealing with difficult situations Ability to work with culturally or linguistically diverse people, Indigenous clients, ex-offenders, youth and disadvantaged groups and Intermediate to high level administrative skills including ability to type at a minimum of 30 wpm. Awareness of the Employment Services industry and ability to prepare and edit resumes (desirable) About Us Workskil Australia is a leading national not-for-profit organisation. We have over 35 proud years supporting Australians to achieve sustained economic and social self-reliance. We do this by providing a range of employment, work experience, disability, youth, Indigenous and health services. Workskil currently delivers services in South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia. We offer a range of employee benefits including a paid day off each month, loyalty leave after 3 years of service and salary packaging options. Watch the short video below from our staff about what its like to work at Workskil. Remuneration A competitive salary will be negotiated commensurate with skills and experience. By way of guidance, the base salary would be in the range of 42K to 47K FTE plus superannuation. As Workskil Australia is a public benevolent institution, we can also offer a portion of the salary through tax effective salary packaging. In return for your truly valued contribution we will support your ongoing career development and offer a friendly, supportive innovative environment for you to thrive. . If youre ready to make this opportunity your own Apply Now How to Apply Please visit the careers page on or via the Apply link below. Please combine your cover letter and resume together in one file ready to upload. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Prior to an offer of employment being made, candidates must provide authority for a Federal Police Clearance to disclose any criminal offences or charges. Workskil Australia is an equal opportunity employer. We particularly welcome applicants who identify as Indigenous, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds or have a disability. No Recruitment Agencies Please

    location Noarlunga Centre SA, Australia

  • Project Control Administrator

    The Company Broadspectrum is an operations, maintenance and construction services organisation, operating globally in the resources, energy, industrial, infrastructure, rail, property and defence sectors. This is a complex and evolving business offering the high profile projects, large-scale challenges and tailored support you need to achieve on the global stage. The Role Broadspectum are seeking expression of interest for an experienced Project Control Administrator to provide key administration services to Project Managers including communications, record keeping, information transfer and upload to both Broadspectrum and Defence systems, and other administrative tasking as advised by the National Project Control Manager. This position will see you based at Edinburgh Parks in a Permanent fulltime role. Responsibilities Include but not limited to Document Control and Record Processes “ Receive, review, file and control data associated with the delivery of project works Document Control and Record Processes “ Effectively maintain project files on both the Broadspectrum network and within Defence Systems (Including Objective and GEMS) Planning and Scheduling “ Work with the Project Scheduler to ensure that plans and schedules are updated Scope and Variation management and approval “ Track project development (initial scope and variations) and assist Project Managers in seeking approvals when required Cost Estimation, Management and approval “ Assist Project Managers by monitoring project development and cost approval processes to advise on approval or scope and costing Supplier performance (time, cost, quality milestone achievement) “ Collect data provided by Project Managers on supplier performance issues Supplier performance (time, cost, quality milestone achievement) “ Report up on issues related to milestone slippage or delivery threat for Management intervention Reporting (Progress, lead and lag, KPI™s) “ Ensure that data is available to support thorough and evidence based reporting against project performance requirements Handover takeover “ Work with Project Managers to facilitate hand over take over meetings and ensure that records are completed and available within the various project files Finance Billing “ Assist the Project Management Team in the preparation for billing for works performed Defects and Liability “ Work with the Project deliver team to ensure that Defects and Liability issues Skills and Experience Demonstrated experience in collaborative and consultative processes at a professional level. Experience using SAP and GEMS. MS Office (MS Word Excel Outlook) Relevant experience within a Facilities Maintenance Role. Demonstrated commercial acumen. Demonstrated interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work as a member of a team. Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills. Excellent time managementorganisational skills. An ability to work flexibly and adaptively in a complex environment with multiple stakeholders. An ability to interact effectively To Apply Please visit the Careers section of our website or Click œAPPLY to forward your application CV, along with copies of any relevant qualifications. To be considered for this role you will be required to undertake an Australian Federal Police Check and a Pre-employment Medical Assessment. The incumbent to this position must be eligible to hold a Defence Security Clearance up to a level of Baseline. Because of this requirement the incumbent must be an Australian Citizen. We acknowledge the importance of our people™s diverse experiences, talents and cultures that they bring to work with them each day. Embracing Diversity and Creating Inclusion is a key component of our Talent Management Strategy. The creation of a Diverse and Inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success, creating a high-performance business. For more information about us, visit Job Requsition ID 103984

    location Stop RAAF Base - North side, Edinburgh SA 5111, Australia

  • Laboratory Administration Assistant

    Leading IVF Unit Repromed Dulwich Fixed-term contract (12 months) Full time About the Company At Repromed we understand that sometimes the miracle of life needs a little help, thats why as one of the countrys leading fertility clinics we believe in delivering excellence in our standard of care, our science and our treatments. Repromed is part of the Monash IVF Group, a leading provider of fertility care, specialist womens imaging and diagnostic services in Australia and Malaysia. Today a baby is born every two and a half hours thanks to the care and expertise of Monash IVF Group. Monash IVF Group employs more than 650 passionate staff together with over 100 doctors across its 20 Australian fertility clinics and 17 ultrasound practices. About the role Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) is a blood test done at 10-13 weeks of pregnancy that women can have to inform them whether their pregnancy may be affected by a chromosome disorder. Repromed uses state of the art technology to provide this service to women from all over Australia. Reporting to the Genetics Coordinator, Deputy Scientific Director and Regional Scientific Director, this role is responsible for accurate and efficient data entry of pathology and NIPTgenetic testing results. This role will also involve Doctor, Scientist, Nurse and Patient communication and pathology sample receipting. Previous experience in pathology or a medical practice is desirable. This is a 12 month fixed term contract. In this role you will be accountable for Delivering exceptional customer service to patients Providing general administrative support to the team Ideally you will bring A track record of delivering exceptional customer service Ability to meet performance and service expectations Previous data entry experience Knowledge of medical terminology Outstanding work ethic and attention to detail Respect for confidentiality and discretion Strong computer skills and the ability to pick up new programs Competency with Microsoft Office Suite Intermediate-high typing speed A willingness to fit in and embrace the Monash IVF Group values In addition we are seeking individuals that possess the following key competencies Customer focused “ dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers Motivated and enthusiastic and ability to meet the set goals Interpersonal savvy - listening and responding, building rapport across diverse groups Excellent organisational skills with a high attention to detail Organising and time management “ uses resources and time effectively and efficiently Monash IVF Group employees will be rewarded with Competitive salary and compensation Flexible work arrangements Paid maternity leave Discounts on fertility and ultrasound services Professional development and career development opportunities Salary packaging through novated vehicle leasing Corporate private health insurance benefits Recognition for recognised career milestones achieved Access to an Employee Assistance Program How to move forward The Monash IVF Group is committed to attracting and retaining the very best talent in the industry. To express your interest in applying for this opportunity, forward your covering letter together with a current resume. Rhiannon Inglis, HR Business Partner SANT (08) 8333 8111 All personal information received by us from you or about you will be stored, used and disclosed by us in accordance with our Privacy of Your Information Policy.

    location Adelaide SA 5065, Australia

  • Space Assistant (Coworking)

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

  • Executive Assistant

    Working with a passionate executive team your duties will include. Our client is a growing, diversified and innovative business and therefore this is not your...

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

  • Office Administration

    We are looking for an office administrator, receptionist and PA all in one to handle a variety of tasks such as. Mail filing. Phones appointments....

    location Adelaide SA 5063, Australia

  • Property Services Administrator

    At Adelaide and Monarto Zoo, we™re proud to welcome more than half a million people through our gates each year and we™re not slowing down. With the roll out of our 20-Year Master Plan and a number of exciting projects on the horizon, we™re thrilled to be expanding and evolving our workforce to position us for continued growth into the future. ABOUT THE ROLE... Property and Development is a lean team that strives to deliver efficient, effective maintenance and horticultural services for existing and developing infrastructure for the highest and best use of Zoos resources. To achieve this, a facilities management framework has been developed in which one of the key outcomes is that allocation and completion of works requests are driven by priority order. To support the framework, a new role has been created, Property Services Administrator (Works Scheduler). This is a permanent full time position working across a five day roster. As part of our Property and Development team, you will Undertake routine administrative requirements for works orders and invoices, service level agreements, regulatory compliance, policies and procedures, central repository, management of asset information, asset register, fleet management and key register. Support line management with administrative assistance including organising meetings, calendar coordination, agenda preparation, minute taking, meeting set up and email notification. Process and prioritise works requests, using an objective organisational risk calculator. Load planned reactive maintenance and exhibit audit non-compliances and general non-compliances onto works requests. Schedule service level agreements (contracts) i.e. start and delivery dates, intervals for delivery and when to call tenders. Assist with fleet management and key register management. ABOUT YOU... To be considered for this position you will need to meet the following selection criteria Recognised qualification or equivalent experience in use of MS Office Experience in Facilities Maintenance Management. Knowledge and understanding of and full compliance with Workplace Health and Safety and Equal Opportunities legislation and practices in the work place. Demonstrated ability to learn and continuously improve maintenance processes and operations. Knowledge and experience in working with trades across the building and maintenance spectrum. HOW TO APPLY... Please complete the requested work history education information on the application page, attach your resume and any certificates in the education section. This will assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. If you are an effective administrator with a passion in animal welfare and species conservation, we would love to hear from you APPLY NOW No recruitment agencies

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

  • Administration Officer - Automotive Experienced

    Administration Officer “ Automotive Jarvis has great opportunities for an automotive experienced Administration Officer with excellent attention to detail to join our team located in Norwood. Jarvis is seeking an industry experienced exceptional Administration Officer who are passionate, reliable and committed to providing effective and accurate accounts and administrative services. Jarvis represents key leading manufacturers including Ford, Toyota, Peugeot, Subaru, Suzuki, Skoda, Isuzu Ute This is a Full-Time position reporting to the Administration Manager, you will have strong attention to detail and will also enjoy working with a wide variety of people within a team environment. On a day to day basis your role will encompass a variety of administrative functions including Processing and reconciling newused car deals Registration of vehicles Coordinate registration papers Prepare and reconcile daily banking Various account reconciliations Maintain and prepare relevant paperwork and databases to a high standard of accuracy and ensure they are up-to-date Liaising with externalinternal customers Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as part of a team A flexible approach and the ability to multi task ESSENTIAL SKILLS Excellent organisation and time management skills Computer savvy Clearly displayed accounting skills, either from subject results or previous work experience Ability to work within timeframes and meet deadlines Ability to communicate clearly and confidently with managers and staff at all levels Confident telephone manner with good communication skills Current South Australian drivers licence Intermediate computer literacy skills in the Microsoft suite DESIRABLE SKILLS Previous Experience working within the finance area of a medium to large organisation in the automotive industry with knowledge of Pentana (ERA) HIGHLY REGARDED For an exciting opportunity to join this experienced friendly team, please email your resume to We thank those who apply and advise only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

    location Kent Town SA 5067, Australia

  • College/Portfolio Support Officer

    Ref 494854 A dynamic, progressive institution with a well-justified reputation for excellence in teaching and research, Flinders University seeks to appoint a CollegePortfolio Support Officer (Executive Assistant) within the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Flinders™ bold vision, captured by our Strategic Plan Making a Difference The 2025 Agenda, is to be internationally recognised as a world leader in research, an innovator in contemporary education, and the source of Australia™s most enterprising graduates. We are seeking an experienced, proactive and highly organised Executive Assistant who will provide outstanding administrative support to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research). This position will report to the Portfolio Executive Officer, and will be responsible for coordinating a range of administrative and organisational tasks, for and on behalf of, the Vice-President Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research). The following capabilities are pivotal to this position Well-developed written and oral communication skills and an ability to relate to a wide range of staff all levels. Commitment to high quality outcomes, attention to detail and the ability to research and collage information. Ensure a range of incoming matters and enquiries are progressed and resolved in a timely and efficient manner. Ability to exercise initiative, analytical thinking, problem solving and discretion. A proven track record of providing administrative services to support the activities of Senior Management. Experience preparing correspondence, agendas, minutes and briefs. Sound skills in administrative systems and practices, in addition to confidence and experience utilising a number of systems (such as travel, records management and finance). A National Police Certificate which is satisfactory to the University will be required by Flinders University before the successful applicant can commence in this position. Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Fixed-term, Full-time contract, available until 20 march 2020 Salary (HEO5) 68,229 to 75,595 pa Applications close Wednesday, 13 February 2019 11am Full details including how to apply on-line can be found at our JobsFlinders website

    location Bedford Park SA, Australia

  • Sales Assistant/Marketing Officer

    location Adelaide SA 5160, Australia

  • Office Administrator

    We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual with strong leadership skills to join the KFC Operations Team in the role of Office Administrator, reporting to the Operations Manager of our Restaurant Support Centre located in Prospect, South Australia. This is an autonomous role where you™ll be the face of the business to many external stakeholders and provide ongoing support for our Area Coaches and Operations in the field. Responsibilities Provide full administrative and organisational support for the Operations Manager, and administration support for other members of the Market Operations Department, as required Develop and prepare weeklyperiodic reports to track performance of market and areas against their KPIs Maintain databases and track key areas through spreadsheet analysis Update and maintain an effective filing system, and manage correspondence in a prompt and efficient manner Act as a central communication point between the market office and field staff Provide organisation of and assistance in the preparation for communications meetings, market meetings, and stewardship reviews. Arranging and negotiating suitable conference venues, equipment and catering Preparation of Market Manager and Area Manager presentations as required Co-ordinate all air travel, vehicle hire, accommodation and entitlements for Operations staff Responsible for completion of risk assessments for all contractors on site Maintaining documentation of risk assessments on site and forwarding documentation to the OHS Participate in project work and other duties as required Skills and Experience Higher School Certificate and relevant Business Administration certificate course required Minimum 2yrs experience in an administrativesupport position Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Self-starter outlook with ability to apply own initiative and follow through to meet deadlines Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills preferred Experience in PC production of presentations and spreadsheet skills highly regarded Proficiency in word processing essential, minimum 70wpm typing speed with high level accuracy Advanced administration, organisational and prioritisation skills Proven workplace history of meeting deadlines and handling confidential information About KFC We like to do things a little differently. From our world-famous culture of fun and recognition, to our focus on your career potential, we put a unique stamp on day-to-day business. We™re proud to support the careers of around 30,000 Australians. What makes us a great place to work? Its our people. Thats why KFC invests in people capability so they can make the most of their career. With a diverse workforce and ongoing opportunities for personal and professional success, weve built a culture that rewards and recognises great effort while providing the worklife balance that is so important to all of us. Here, we dont stop until we have breakthrough results, so we encourage you to master your skill set, while constantly expanding your expertise. This tried-and-true practice keeps every day dynamic and encourages long, rewarding careers. Benefits of working at KFC Career development and leadership programs where we aim to build leaders from within Access to our corporate wellness program Access to employee discounts on KFC, movie tickets and gym membership Make your next move a move to KFC. Our future is bright, and with us, so is yours. Apply now Please note we are not accepting unsolicited CVs from external agencies at this time.

    location Adelaide SA 5082, Australia

  • Administrative Assistant

    location Stop RAAF Base - North side, Edinburgh SA 5111, Australia

  • Administration - Support Service Officer

    About the Role This fast-paced position requires a driven, enthusiastic and self-motivated individual with exceptional interpersonal skills. Primarily working in our Clinics at Mile End and Gillman as well as our Customer Service Centre located at our Head Office on Henley Beach Road. This position is rostered across all start and finish times (7.45am through to 5.00pm) Monday to Friday. This role will require an excellent customer service orientation and the ability to work with Medical Practitioners, Allied Health Professionals, Psychologists and other specialists as well as internal colleagues, external employers and patients. Key Responsibilities include Managing telephone enquires Scheduling appointments and coordinating diary changes Answering incoming email correspondence Updating and maintaining patient records Liaising with doctors, Allied Health professionals and other specialists General administrative duties About CHG With three clinics across Adelaide CHG offers an opportunity in Occupational Medicine that makes a difference to peoples working lives. CHG focuses on improving well-being, preventing injury, increasing health and safety awareness and restoring and maintaining health. The integration of CHG™s broad scope of services provides employers with a unique, holistic and integrated approach. CHG provides a range of services including pre-employment assessments, immediate response to trauma, ongoing provision of primary health care services, injury management, prevention services, allied health treatment, psychology services, health promotion initiatives, physical and vocational rehabilitation. CHG lives out our values of Respect, Excellence, Loyalty, Integrity and Collaboration. When working at CHG 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 This role requires someone who is hands-on with strong PC skills and is a problem solver who will strive in an environment with daily challenges and unusual queries. As a member of this small team flexibility and an attitude that works towards the team, and not individual, goals is critical. Strong communication skills will be well utilised as applicants work with employers, colleagues and patients on a daily basis. You will require a positive attitude, clear and concise phone manner and a sharp eye for detail. Previous experience with highly confidential and sensitive information would be considered highly advantageous. In return for the skills and experience you bring, you will be part of a highly respected and well established organisation that rewards high performance and is committed to building a culture of excellence. The successful candidate will have a current clean Drivers Licence and whilst primarily based at Mile End will be willing to travel to our other clinics at Gillman and Elizabeth Vale from time to time. Whilst you will be rostered, there may be changes to schedules at short notice to cover unplanned absences. Interested? If you are interested, please provide a cover letter and resume via the link below no later than 9am Friday 1 February 2019.

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

  • Intake and Referrals Coordinator

    SACARE is a South Australian owned and operated organisation leading the way in providing innovative in-home and supported accommodation care solutions to a diverse range of clients. The organisation lives by the mantra if its not fun, dont come and always aims to inject a strong sense of fun and vibrancy into everything we do. We are passionate about our delivery of professional, compassionate care for individuals living with complex needs while ensuring that we empower, engage and provide development opportunities to all of our employees across the organisation. Following on from some recent expansion, SACARE are currently seeking a Full-time Intake Referrals Coordinator to oversee the intake and referral process for clients within SACARE. This is an exciting opportunity to apply your administrative and Disability sector support expertise to this fast paced and key organisational role. What youll be responsible for Assisting with on-boarding new participants to SACARE or existing participants transition between SACARE services in a professional, supportive manner that is in line with process and system requirements. Collating and gathering relevant documentation from participants and other relevant stakeholders. Ensuring participant records adhere to confidentiality policy and procedures. Collaborate with the client services team, scheduling and service co-ordination team and supported accommodation managers to ensure a timely and effective transition. Maintain a client enquiry and transition plan and management of waitlist timeframes. All participant data is entered into the relevant management system. Monitoring referral sources daily and managing the referrals inbox. Support the NDIS participant liaison with daily administration tasks. When required, coordinate and participate in information sessions with the community. What you™ll need to be considered for the role Previous experience in a comparable, or similar role. Qualifications in Cert IV in Business andor Community Services (or relevant demonstrated experience). Excellent administrative, time management and organisational skills. Demonstrated experience working within the Disability sector (or Community Services sector), including knowledge of NDIS and DHS standards. Understanding of up to date Disability related legislation, policy and processes Ability to work collaboratively and influence a range of internal and external stakeholders at different levels. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously whilst using initiative and problem-solving abilities. High degree of professionalism, optimism and resilience. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work with individuals from all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds Current unrestricted Driver™s Licence and DHS clearance (mandatory) This role will be predominately based at our Broadview office. Some travel between our facilities and within the community is required, so a current Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle are mandatory requirements for the role. Please be sure to include a covering letter addressing the key criteria outlined for this position and a current resume. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Apply Now SACARE is an Equal Opportunities employer. We have a duty of care to ensure you are not knowingly placed in a role that risks your work health and safety and has specific roles that may, given their genuine occupational requirement fall under an Exemption under Section 34 (2) of the Equal Opportunity Act, (SA) 1984 (the Act).

    location Adelaide SA 5083, Australia

  • Office Manager

    About the business TSA is an Australian-owned business specialising in helping companies acquire, retain and grow their consumer customer bases. We represent some of the countrys largest brands from across eight call centres in Australia and Internationally. Opportunities now exist for an Office Manager in our inbound call centre (in the Telecommunications industry) at our Adelaide CBD office. About the role Role based in our Pirie Street Office (Adelaide CBD) 12 Month Parental Leave Contract - Full Time Position Reporting to the Executive Assistant Group Administration Manager (Perth based) Some reception duties, along with the associated day-to-day functions Answering the phone General secretarial and administrative duties for senior management team Monthly event management centre support for various RR activities throughout the year Data Entry and Daily Weekly Monthly Reporting Facilities management for 3 floors of one of Adelaides top CBD buildings with a 4.0 Nabers rating Strong accounts processing required for extensive RR budgets and frequent events Any other ad hoc tasks Benefits and perks Why work for TSA? State of the ART facilities with modern lunchbreakout rooms (milk, tea, coffee fruit included) containing Pool Table, Foosball, Table Tennis On occasion flexibility to attend the event management functions like VIP award nights and management dinners Development and support from a great bunch of people and An opportunity to expand your current skillset within the administrative space. Skills and experience To be successful in this role, you will require Strong attention to detail. Customer service focus. Outstanding oral and written communication. A professional attitude and enthusiasm towards assisting team members clients. Well-developed computer and typing skills. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite with a focus on excel. The ability to work autonomously and work on tight task deadlines. The role requires some manual lifting with large deliveries.

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

  • Administration Assistant

    location Dry Creek SA, Australia

  • Administration Assistant

    Phone reception for inbound calls to the Laser Plumbing Ferryden Park. Laser Plumbing Ferryden Park are seeking interest for an Administration Assistant....

    location Angle Park SA 5010, Australia

  • Office Administrator

    location Mile End South SA 5031, Australia

  • Junior Contracts Administrator

    Tier 1 CivilUtilities Contractor Perm role, immediate start Significant NBN Network infrastructure role out ABOUT US For 85+ years, Fulton Hogan has established itself as a leading civil and infrastructure contracting business which operates throughout Australasia. Our businesses cover three divisions Infrastructure Services, Construction and CommunicationsUtilities. We employ over 3,800 Australian™s across our 8000+ international workforce. We are a leading Delivery Partner for the infrastructure roll out of the National Broadband Network in SA, Vic and WA. We have a vibrant and dynamic team in Adelaide that is proud of their track record of partnering with our client and the communities in which we operate. As a result of expanding works within the rollout, we are now looking for a Junior Contracts Administrator to join our team based in our Dudley Park office THE ROLE Reporting to the Commercial Manager, this role will be focused on subcontractor and finance management for a large telecommunications contract in Adelaide. Cost control and financial management Review, negotiation and finalisation of subcontracts Management of client and subcontractor claims, including payment forecasting and claim processing Responding to subcontractor enquiries and developing relationships with subcontractors Assisting with project forecasting General commercial administration and document control Previous exposure to utilities infrastructure construction and maintenance programs of work would be an advantage but is not essential. YOU WILL NEED To be successful in this role you will need to be able to demonstrate the following key skillsexperience Demonstrated experience as a site administrator, contracts administrator or similar on construction or utilities projects A good working knowledge of forms of contract currently used within the constructionutilities industry Relevant qualifications in Quantity Surveying, Engineering or similar field (preferred but not essential) Advanced IT skills (including MS Excel and Word) Effective communication skills Experience with Oracle JD Edwards will be an advantage, but is not essential BENEFITS We offer a competitive salary for the position, and the opportunity to work on interesting projects, and develop your skills with a motivated team of successful professionals. Apply now by following the link...

    location Croydon Park SA 5008, Australia

  • Customer Service / Administrative Officer

    location Adelaide SA 5033, Australia

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