Executive Assistant - Level 3Maximum Term Contract to December 2018Full-time 38hrs/weekDo you consider yourself committed to excellence with high-level secretarial skills? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment? Are you professional with high-level communication skills and discretion is your middle name? Are you flexible to change? Do you consider yourself to be admin systems and software savvy, love being part of a team and working in a great office environment? Want to know more?Working at Centacare means more than just a job. We are a values-driven organisation that aims to provide the best possible services to meet the needs of people in our community. We have a great team environment and are looking for an individual who is enthusiastic, professional and a natural problem solver to join our team.Could that be you? Yes?We want to hear from you!This position offers an attractive remuneration package (Level 3 gross salary commences at $50,767 pa) as well as excellent benefits and working conditions.For further information, please contact Anita Veivers on (07) 4044 0130 or firstname.lastname@example.orgCentacare FNQ is the social services agency of the Catholic Diocese of Cairns providing services across Far North Queensland. Centacare FNQ is an Equal Employment Opportunities employer.
An exciting opportunity has arisen in our Perth office for an experienced and driven administration professional to join our Corporate Finance team as an Executive Secretary.About the RoleIn this role you will provide exceptional secretarial and administration assistance to the Corporate Finance division. More specifically you will be responsible for:Managing settlements for corporate transactions, liaising between Pershing, Institutions, Custodians, Advisers and Wealth Clients;Monitor book builds for capital raisingsFormatting all corporate transaction documentation including mandates, offer letters, underwriting agreements and PowerPoint presentations, ensuring adherence to Patersons Brand guidelinesGenerating transaction Tax InvoicesTyping, formatting and processing general correspondence;Handling incoming calls and inquiries. Responding, re-directing or screening calls where necessaryUndertaking the bookings of all travel requirements for the team;Reconciliation of AMEX statements and expense reimbursements for the team andProviding other general administrative support to the Corporate Finance teamWhy PatersonsEstablished in 1903, Patersons Securities Limited is one of Australia's leading stockbroking and financial services firms. We have a true national presence with an extensive network of offices nationwide, a powerful advisory team, a highly respected institutional dealing arm, and award-winning corporate finance and equities research teams. Our success has been built on the highly individualised nature of our service. Working closely with investors at all levels of experience, Patersons Advisers offer personalised, timely advice and services to cater for each client's unique goals and circumstances.We provide our Perth staff with free gym membership, discounted brokerage, training and development and a great working environment.Your Skills and ExpertiseA tertiary qualification in a related discipline is preferredA minimum of two years' experience in a similar secretarial/administration role is essential and previous experience in Corporate Finance or settlements will be highly regardedIntermediate to Advanced level knowledge is required for Microsoft Office SuiteYou must have an exceptional attention to detail, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skillsThe ability to multi task and work to strict deadlines while under pressure is also required for this rolePatersons is committed to developing a staff culture of camaraderie, with a focus on delivering the best outcomes to our clients. In addition to fulfilling the necessary skill set, all team members must display a sense of ability to deliver on our core values:•Trusted • Transparent • Accountable • Connected • Warm • Proactive
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Permanent Full time, Part time and Casual positions availableAre you seeking an exciting opportunity to be part of a team delivering vital health services to people in need? Are you skilled in dealing with people from all walks of life and looking to make a difference?We have multiple opportunities for dynamic individuals to deliver leading-edge, client-focused customer service/reception services. If you are up to the challenge of working with us during this period of change in the Community Health sector then we want to hear from you. We have opportunities for full-time, part-time and casual staff to work at our sites in Northcote, Preston and East Reservoir.Your Community Health (previously known as Darebin Community Health) is an accredited community health service with an independent Board of Directors. It is located in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and works with a diverse socioeconomic and multicultural community. Your Community Health provides a wide range of allied health, dental, medical, social support and health promotion services to the Darebin and surrounding Community.The key responsibilities required for this role include:Develop and maintain sufficient knowledge of all Your Community Health programs, services and groups offered to be able to respond appropriately to internal and external clientsUndertake telephone duties including answering inbound and placing outbound calls as part of the Service Access CentreProcess requests for service into the client management systemsComplete batching payment process for the medical practice and process CDBS payments on a daily basisCollect and receipt fees for clients, groups, individuals, services and equipment in accordance with service requirementsThe key skills required for this role include:Ability to support team members and work as part of a cohesive team across Your Community HealthA demonstrated understanding of the principles of privacy and confidentialitySound knowledge of computer applications which may include Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, Outlook and Client Management Systems including:TrakCarePracsoftMedical DirectorTitaniumAttacheFor more details please contact Julian Milinovich on 8470 1826 or email@example.com.Your Community Health is able to provide generous salary packaging, free car parking, discounted health insurance and gym memberships.Your Community Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and those who speak languages other than English are encouraged to apply.
Urban Maintenance Systems Pty Ltd (UMS) is a specialist provider of infrastructure maintenance services to Government, Local Government and Private Sector organisations throughout Australia, with more than twenty years' experience.An opportunity exists for a full time Office Manager to join our team based at Chadstone.This role is assisting with a high-profile Contract. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering a high level of service to the client and managing a small administration team.The successful candidate will bring their excellent communication skills, solid organisational skills and confidence to this role.The Office Manager will be responsible for:Providing exceptional customer service to internal stakeholders and the clientManaging a small administration teamManaging stock controlProducing reports for the clientManaging the customer request and asset management systemAssisting with month end processes, including producing invoicesAttending client meetingsGeneral office administration including handling client, customer, staff and subcontractor enquiries, processing jobs, invoices and purchase ordersEssential requirements for this role include:Previous experience in a similar rolePrevious experience in managing a small teamIntermediate skills in Microsoft Office and GmailAbility to adapt to and learn new systemsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsStrong customer service focus and interpersonal skillsHigh level data entry skillsThe ability to work effectively as part of a close team with minimal supervisionExcellent organisation skills with the ability to multi task and prioritise work loadsAn excellent work ethicStrong Safety, Environment and Quality focusUMS offers excellent working environment and conditons and prides itself on our positive culture. If you are interested in joining us, please apply now.
Strathfield Council is undergoing a process of transformation to become a leader of planning in the inner west area of Sydney.Council's commitment to strengthening its current planning framework is reflected in the recent preparation of Development Control Plans relating to Urban Design and Heritage.These policies seek to deliver quality urban design outcomes and the ongoing maintenance and protection of heritage throughout a locality known for its high standard of development, open spaces and streetscape appeal.Strathfield Council is uniquely placed to deliver the Parramatta Road Urban Transformation Strategy in collaboration with the Department of Planning and Environment, Canada Bay and Burwood Council's. Work has also commenced in relation to the recently announced Homebush Priority Precinct. These projects represent an exciting and rare opportunity for prospective Development Assessment Planners to be involved in large scale residential developments that aim at improving housing choice for an increasing and changing population.Council is looking for a highly motivated, technically competent, and customer focused planning professional to join its Planning and Development team to support this transformation and to deliver against Council's Community Strategic Plan.The PositionThe purpose of this role is to best integrate development outcomes for the Strathfield area, which aims to optimize residential amenity, environmental quality and social and economic well-being. The position also involves that you manage the planning process, whilst assessing Council's and all legislative requirements, to achieve a high quality urban domain.For the complete position description please visit our website www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au under the ‘Employment' section, or you may contact Silvio Falato, Manager Planning & Development on (02) 9748 9999.Salary and Benefits:Gross Salary commencing from $70,000 to $80,000 plus Super, negotiable based on experienceFlexible work arrangements (9 day fortnight)Generous award leave provisionsSecure and stable employmentTo ApplyPlease review the information available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au and address all the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description (not exceeding 1 page.)If you have any questions about the role, please email Silvio Falato: Silvio.firstname.lastname@example.orgApplications close at 5.00pm on 25 October 2017.
To ensure we deliver our vision, we are seeking an experienced Labourer/Plant Operator to join our ever growing Council and contribute to our fast paced environment. We are seeking an individual that fosters the values of Teamwork, Respect, Integrity and Professionalism.The PositionThe purpose of the position of the Plant Operator is to work efficiently and effectively as part of the Parks team and help promote the image of Council as effective, caring courteous and professional. This position will work as part of a team across multiple locations in the Strathfield Local Government Area.Salary and Benefits:Entitlement to Council's Rostered-Day-Off schemeAttractive remuneration and benefitsProfessional development opportunitiesTo ApplyPlease review the information available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au and address all the essential and desirable selection criteria in the position description (not exceeding 1 page).If you have any questions about the role, please email Brendan Moore: email@example.com.Applications close at 11:59pm on 25 October 2017Previous applicants need not apply.
Are you an organised, proactive team player with a passion for mental health? Here is the perfect opportunity to join an organisation whose passion is to provide support to people living with mental illness.Full time work - Excellent work life balance!Very generous salary packagingAbout Us:One Door Mental Health is committed to improving the circumstances and welfare of people with a serious mental illness, their relatives and carers, and professionals working in the area.The Role:Working from our head office in Gladesville with some travel between our Sydney Metro sites (including Chatswood and Parramatta), you will be the central contact for staff rostering queries. You will coordinate staff work rosters with client schedules to ensure rostering is logistically sound and meets both staff and client needs. Using your fantastic communication skills, you will liaise with a variety of stakeholders, including fellow teammates, management, potential clients and service providers to manage our referrals and process queries. Your brilliance at multi-tasking will come in handy as you reconcile financial documentation, manage bookings for vehicles and meetings, answer incoming calls and coordinate ad-hoc scheduling issues as they arise. Your strong attention to detail and skill at IT will be called upon as you assist team members in the use of our scheduling system to coordinate staff rosters.What you can bring to the role:Previous experience in rostering or work scheduling is essential for this position. Past high-level administrative experience is needed. Knowledge of the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services (SCHCADS) Industry Award, the NSW mental health system and an understanding of how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) works would be advantageous. Your flair for using IT programs, including HR information systems, electronic timesheets, data management programs and the Microsoft Office suite will be beneficial.Don't miss this opportunity to use your dazzling admin abilities and feel great about what you do!Please note: It is a requirement that prior to commencing in this role you must possess a current National Criminal History Check (within the past 6 months).Please click the "Download PD" button below for a copy of the position description. To apply for the role or see selection criteria, click the "Apply Now" button below. Please note that applications will time out after three hours.Please contact Kinga Barron on 9879 2690 for more information regarding this role.
Part-time, Fixed-Term (6 months)Work with an organisation committed to social justiceWintringham promotes ongoing training and professional excellenceSalary Packaging, Meals and Entertainment Packaging Higher than award wagesPart-time (25 hours/week), 6 Month Fixed-Term Wintringham is a specialist not-for-profit company providing an extensive range of aged care, housing and related support services to elderly men and women who come from a homeless background. With annual revenue of $51 million, we employ over 600 staff and operate from multiple offices in Melbourne and regional Victoria. Wintringham is a major provider of home care in Victoria, managing approximately 700 home care packages.Wintringham is seeking an experienced Rostering Coordinator for a part-time, fixed-term role to be responsible for all aspects of rostering for Wintringham's community programs. This role will be based in Williamstown and will cover 25 hours/week with a flexible working roster, including evenings and weekends.You will be responsible for liaising with management, staff, external agencies and clients to coordinate rosters, cover vacancies and annual leave. We are looking for someone with excellent organisational and time management skills who can demonstrate prior experience in community services staff rostering. The successful applicant must have highly proficient computer skills and experience using GoldCare computer software is preferable.We are looking for candidates with the following;Excellent interpersonal skills, diplomacy and tactHigh level computer skills, including Microsoft OfficeStrong knowledge of Goldcare computer softwarePrior experience in community services staff rosteringKnowledge of Community / Aged care sectorAvailability to work a flexible roster including occasional evenings and weekendsFor more information about the role you can download a copy of the Position Description by visiting: http://www.wintringham.org.au/currentvacancies & enter ref code: 3808997Applications close at 5pm on Wednesday 25th October 2017.Successful applicants will be required to undergo a police records check.
Fast paced, dynamic roleGlobal distribution companyFriendly team working environmentJoin a winning multinational, committed to employee development. If you consider yourself a dynamic individual with administrative experience & logistics knowledge, then read on!Bunzl Australasia is a leader in the marketing and distribution of a diverse consumable products range across a wide variety of industry sectors. We're committed to bringing out the best in our people through ongoing training and development, providing an environment that is safe, pleasant and harmonious, encouraging open and effective communication between all levels and offering employment that is secure and satisfying.Our Dandenong South branch, located in Melbourne seeks a motivated individual to provide support to Warehouse leadership team in order to facilitate the delivery of efficient, accurate and timely service to Bunzl customers.Your primary role responsibilities and duties will include but not be limited to:Processing pallet movements and pallet reconciliationProfessionally and courteously satisfy incoming telephone calls and email requests from internal external customers as soon as practicableProcess of weekly time sheets and leave formsTime slotting of reverse logisticsAssist and co-ordinate with Warehouse Team Leaders to provide exceptional service levelsPreparation of business reports as requiredCoordinating of external carriers to meet business demandsEnsure effective communication between all areas of the organisation.Required experience / skills / attributes:Excellent communication skillsProficient in Microsoft Office packagesGood numerical and analytical skillsA commitment to customer service excellenceGood organisational skillsSelf-starter and highly motivatedAbility to work in a team environmentProficient experience with forklifts and relevant qualifications will be highly regardedAs a Bunzl employee, you will be entitled to participate in our Bunzl Benefits scheme which provides discounts with various goods and service providers including healthcare and motor vehicle purchases, as well as our prestigious Recognition of Excellence and Employee of the Year Awards, recognising the excellence of our people.Don't miss this exciting and stimulating opportunity to join a winning multinational, committed to the success of its business through its people.Apply now!NO AGENCIES PLEASE
Job Reference: 3790004 | Location: Dandenong South | Listed: 06 October 2017
We have a family culture and value the contribution our employees make. Our safety record is exemplary.We are a specialist provider of open space grounds, building/facilities and infrastructure maintenance services to Government, Local Government and Private sector organisations throughout Australia.We have the opportunity for an experienced full time Contract Administrator, based at our Thomastown Office.This role will be responsible for the following:Provision of high level customer service and handling of enquiries from the client, customers, staff and subcontractorsManagement of subcontractorsManagement of scheduled worksCreating quotations and invoices for completed worksCoordinating site auditsDatabase management and interpretationData entry - processing of contract records, purchase orders and invoicesCoordinating and preparing correspondence and preparing client reportsAttend and contribute to monthly client meetingsManaging end of month proceduresManaging utility service accounts on behalf of the customerEssential requirements for this role include:Previous experience in a similar roleProven experience in a Facilities Maintenance environment is desirableAbility to work within a small teamExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent customer service focus and interpersonal skillsPrevious experience with planning and managing worksHigh level attention to detailIntermediate IT skills particularly in Microsoft Office and the ability to learn new systems quicklyA strong focus on Safety, Environment and QualityThe successful candidate must have a high level of planning and organising skills and the ability to work within strict time frames.If you thrive in a working environment with variety and challenge, we want to hear from you.UMS offers excellent working environment and conditions and prides itself on our positive culture. If you are interested in joining us, please apply now.