Temporary, Full Time positionStarting Salary $65,901 per annumCentral Goldfields Shire is looking to recruit a highly organised, capable professional to the temporary, full time position of Administration Support Officer.Reporting to the Acting Manager Governance, the successful applicant will provide a high level of Executive and Secretarial support to the Executive Unit. As Administration Support Officer, you may also be required to perform some Customer Service duties if required.For more information, please contact Eveline Ord, Acting Manager Governance on 5461 0670.
ALPA - largest privately funded indigenous corporation in AustraliaFantastic opportunity to work for a diverse & progressive companyDarwin NT based | competitive package on offerEstablished in 1972, the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation, (ALPA), started as co-operative of community stores in Arnhem Land and has gone from strength to strength. Financially independent and not reliant on external funding or subsidies, ALPA today, has grown to be the largest Aboriginal Corporation in Australia with over 1,200 employees and operating in 27 remote locations across the NT and Queensland.With a vision of "unity through enterprise" ALPA now contributes to the development of local economies and indigenous business wherever we operate. Activities include: accommodation and hospitality in partnership with local families, training and employment services through the CDP program, construction, mechanical workshops, furniture manufacturing and homelands service delivery.About the roleAs ALPA continues to grow an opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant (EA) has now become available. This is an opportunity for an experienced EA to support five senior managers who make up the ALPA Executive team.The primary function of the role is to assist the team by managing their diary, emails and day to day affairs as well as delegating and following up on their behalf. This includes preparation of board papers and presentations, minutes, agendas and reports. You will also be responsible for travel arrangements and ad hoc administrative functions and as such you will be highly organised, have advanced IT knowledge, have exceptional communication skills and demonstrated experience with senior level stakeholder engagement. This is a fast paced role requiring initiative, resilience and the drive to go above and beyond is an expectation.Keys to your success will be:A clear track record of success in a similar role (minimum 3-5 years)A team player who prides themselves on providing exemplary administrative supportNatural ability to build rapport cross-culturally to develop trusting working relationshipsSolutions focused with a proactive attitude and ability to adapt easily and thrive with changeHigh attention to detail and ability to work under pressureTechnically strong in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word and PowerPointAbout you:With your strong communication and interpersonal skills, you will be able to work effectively at all levels and gain peoples trustYou will be action oriented, have excellent time management skills and be able to create innovative and pragmatic solutions to overcome problems and challengesYour exceptional organisational skills with an aptitude to build strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders will set you up for success in this roleYou will be a pro active and results driven Executive Assistant who has the ability to manage upwards and deal with arising issues and confidential information.Your advanced knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite of Programs will ensure you succeed in the roleCulture & BenefitsThis is a key role and an exceptional opportunity to join our values driven team at a positive time of progressive change. You will be rewarded for your contributions with a competitive remuneration package and benefits.If you want to join an organisation making a difference to the lives of indigenous Australians, and truly see your contribution count - don't delay, apply now!To find out more or to apply please contact Eve Bransgrove (Deputy HRM) at firstname.lastname@example.org.Your application should include a covering letter that details your relevant skills and experience (and an up-to-date resume).All applications will be treated confidentially.
Job Reference: 3927590 | Location: Darwin, NT | Listed: 05 January 2018
We are a social enterprise organisation providing quality sexual and reproductive healthcare services to Australian women and men across our network of accredited health clinics within Australia.As a Executive Assistant - Medical, you will provide essential administrative support to the Medical Director and the Director of Clinical Services and Operations to ensure a seamless flow of operations.Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:Provide high-level executive support to the Medical Director and the Director of Clinical Services and OperationsArrange transport and accommodation for the Medical Director and our DoctorsAssist the Medical Director and Director of Clinical Operations with diary management requirementsProvide administration support to the Medical Administration Assistants across our clinic networkEnsure meeting minutes are accurately documented and distributed as directedQualifications, skills and experiences required include the following:Executive Assistance experience supporting executives or senior managersExperience managing projects that support the business and providing office managementProfessionalism and maturity to maintain confidentiality with internal and external stakeholdersOutstanding oral and written communication skillsSkills to work autonomously, take initiative and multi-taskTeam player in a diverse environment with excellent interpersonal skillsA positive attitude that reflects the culture and values of the organisationAdvanced skills in Microsoft OfficeA pro-choice attitude and support for our vision "Children by choice, not chance"In addition to your competitive take-home pay, you will have access to salary packaging and the opportunity to join a positive and collaborative culture. Furthermore, you will have the satisfaction of making a positive difference while being a part of an organisation with a global footprint.Marie Stopes Australia values a safe working environment. As part of our recruitment and selection process, potential candidates will be required to undertake a background check.Mission Driven - Client-Centred - Accountable - Courageouswww.mariestopes.recruitmenthub.com.au
New Year - New Career - New YouCasual office based admin role located in WentworthBe rewarded - Support our customers in your community to maintain their independenceAbout LiveBetter Community ServicesLiveBetter Community Services are one of the largest regionally based providers of community services in Eastern Australia. We strive to enable the people of regional Australia to live their best lives. We know that our staff are our greatest asset. So, what can we offer you?Support! - Backing from an experienced and professional Community Transport team$$$! - Take advantage of great salary packaging benefits.Satisfaction! - The opportunity to really say "I made someone's day".Opportunity! - A chance to build on your career in admin in an exciting period of growth for our organisation.About the RoleWorking as Administration Assistant within the Community Transport team you will provide administrative support to the Coordinator and other team members. You will also be the first point of contact for our customers on the telephone and at reception. Some key accountabilities of the role include:Maintaining customer management record systems undertaking accurate data entry and supporting appropriate record keeping processes.Ensuring Community Transport Customer intake procedures are conducted in accordance with LiveBetter and service delivery policy and procedures.Scheduling of Community Transport services with customers in accordance with service delivery policy and procedures.Provision of administration support to assist with bank reconciliation functions, collection, collation and banking of monies collected from customers.Establishment and maintenance of customer files.Undertaking invoicing functions.What LiveBetter needs from youWe would love to hear from you if you are a professional and caring person who is prepared to embrace our values of Integrity, Respect, Cooperation, Empowerment and Excellence in your day to day work life. You will be a compassionate person with a great work ethic and a real desire to assist aged, frail and disabled persons in your community.To convince us that you are the best person for the job, please tell us how you meet the following selection criteria:Certificate III in Business Administration or equivalent & relevant experience within an office environment.Sound computer skills including the ability to use Microsoft software (Word, Excel & Outlook).Ability to undertake basic financial & reconciliation tasks such as banking, invoicing & reconciliation.Demonstrated superior customer service, interpersonal and communication (written & verbal) skills.Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as independently, whilst enjoying a degree of responsibility in your position.Demonstrated ability to be organised & manage/prioritise workload in a constantly changing environment.Desirable:Knowledge and understanding of the community sector, including the challenges faced by people with a disability, mental health condition and the aged.Knowledge and understanding of issues specific to individuals from an Aboriginal or culturally linguistic and diverse background.You will also be required to pass a National Criminal Check, Working with Children Check and pre-employment medical (including drug and alcohol screening).To apply for this role, you must provide as part of the online application process:A cover letter that addresses each of the above mentioned selection criteria; ANDAn up to date copy of your resumeApplications that do not include a resume and a cover letter will not be considered.Closing date: Monday 22 January 2018Enquiries: Kathy Dickson - Senior Manager Community Transport 02 6352 2146LiveBetter is a Smoke Free Workplace
Supportive team culture, with access to health and well-being programs, and ongoing professional developmentConvenient Parkville location, close to transportSalary $45-$50K depending on your experienceNFP organisation in the Health Sector, with access to salary packagingAbout UsWe are the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN), Victoria's largest independent, locally governed and run, not-for-profit PHN, dedicated to improving primary health care within our community.About the RoleAs a member of the Business Services and Systems team the Receptionist and Administration Support Officer performs a range of high quality reception duties and administrative services. This is a busy role in friendly organisational environment. Aside from welcoming visitors and handling our telephone enquiries, you will work closely with other members of the administration team across a range of tasks, including organising events to support our Program staff and internal teams. Please review the Position Description (available from our recruitment page) for further details.What you will bring to the role:Strong general administrative skills Exceptional communication skills with a welcoming mannerKnowledge of and experience with MS Office (O365 and SharePoint will be an advantage)High-level attention to detail General organisational skills and initiativeThe capacity to work collaborativelyYour hard work won't go unnoticed. In return you will enjoy generous salary packaging benefits and a friendly and flexible work environment with a great team culture.To apply for this job go to: https://nwmphn.org.au/working-with-us/careers-with-nwmphn/After submitting your application, please take the Microsoft Word test (this will appear in the menu after you have lodged your application).
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Access to vehicle lease back optionFlexible work arrangements (9 day fortnight)Professional Development OpportunitiesOur Vision: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 Draft DCP documents (currently on exhibition) in relation to urban design and heritage.This strategy is aligned with the NSW State Government proposed amendments to the EP&A Act 1979, which seek to add quality design and the maintenance and protection of heritage to the objects of the Act, which will form the foundation for development application assessment at the highest level.Strathfield Council is uniquely placed to deliver the Parramatta Road Transformation Strategy in collaboration with UrbanGrowth NSW, Canada Bay and Burwood Council's. This represents an exciting and rare opportunity for prospective applicants.Council is looking for a highly motivated, technically competent, commercially driven, and customer focused planning professional to join its strategic planning team to support this transformation and to deliver against Council's Community Strategic Plan.To be successful in this role you will have:Tertiary qualification in either Town Planning or building related field.Demonstrated experience in Planning and Development Assessment.Demonstrated working knowledge of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act, Local Government Act and Building Code of Australia and proven understanding and ability to apply relevant legislation regulations and standards in urban development and construction.Salary and Benefits:Base salary negotiable based on experience and qualificationsAccess to vehicle lease back optionFlexible work arrangements (9 day fortnight)Professional Development OpportunitiesTo ApplyPlease review the information and position description available on our recruitment hub http://strathfieldcouncil.recruitmenthub.com.au and address all the essential selection criteria above in your cover letter.If you have any questions about the role, please email Stephen Clements: Stephen.Clements@strathfield.nsw.gov.auApplications close at 5.00pm on 26 January 2018.Previous applicants need not apply.
To ensure we deliver our vision, we are seeking an experienced Senior Regulatory Officer 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 Senior Regulatory Officer role is to oversee the Regulatory Officers to achieve objectives and goals in an effective and efficient customer oriented manner and provide the municipality with high quality, accurate and professional control and enforcement of various requirements under the Local Government Act, EAP and POEO Acts.Salary and Benefits:Professional development opportunitiesGross Salary commencing from $64,000 to $74,000 plus Super, negotiable based on experienceTo 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.If you have any questions about the role, please email Barbara Bromfield: Barbara.email@example.comApplications close at 5.00pm on 26 January 2018
The PositionThe purpose of the Regulatory Officer role is to provide the municipality with high quality, accurate and professional control and enforcement of various requirements under the Local Government Act, EAP and POEO Acts.Key Accountabilities include:Detect, investigate and enforce provisions of the Environment Operations Act 1997, relating to illegal dumping.Patrol and monitor the Strathfield Municipality.Carry out investigations and prepare statements when necessary.For the full list of accountabilities please refer to the attached Position Description.What we offer:Professional development opportunitiesSalary commencing from $59,442.13 up to $68,224 per annum + SuperTo 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.If you have any questions about the role, please email Barbara Bromfield: Barbara.firstname.lastname@example.orgApplications close at 5.00pm on 26 January 2018.
We are Marie Stopes AustraliaWe are a social enterprise organisation providing quality sexual and reproductive healthcare services to Australian women and men across our network of accredited health clinics within Australia.As a Research and Data Analyst, you will provide support to our dedicated interdisciplinary team. The role supports the Commercial Manager and is part of the Commercial Advisory Team.Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to;Provide support to Marie Stopes Australia (MSA) in the examination of exploratory project, ideas and their translation into relevant operational activities, including contributions to writing appropriate tender applications as guidedCollate, curate, and interpret complex, large or scarce datasets from published and unpublished sources for use in modelling applicationsSupport MSA strategy by providing statistical and data for a range of health research projects in both the design and analysis phasesContribute to the preparation of documentation required for project initiation, including scope of work and technical supporting documentationAssist with analyses to support day to day commercial management and budgetary decisions to maximise health outcomes and cost managementAssist with modelling and/or analytical support to optimise resource allocations and improve efficiencyLiaise with internal and external networks and develop relationships with local health stakeholdersQualifications, skills and experiences required include the following:Postgraduate degree or higher in economics, epidemiology, public health, mathematics, statistics, computer science, finance, or a similar field or commiserate work experience desirablePrevious experience in a healthcare service delivery environment would be advantageousUnderstand the importance of confidentiality and quality processesWillingness to learn with a non-judgmental attitudeExceptional interpersonal and communication skills and ability to actively work towards a positive team culture including provision of excellent customer serviceExperience of achieving high standards with a focus on continuous improvement; initiative and problem-solving skills and supporting the establishment of new policy and procedureA pro-choice attitude and support for our vision "Children by choice, not chance"Advanced skills in MS Excel and WordIn addition to your competitive take-home pay, you will have access to salary packaging and the opportunity to join a positive and collaborative culture. Furthermore, you will have the satisfaction of making a positive difference while being a part of an organisation with a global footprint.Marie Stopes Australia values a safe working environment. As part of our recruitment and selection process, potential candidates will be required to undertake a background check.Mission Driven - Client-Centred - Accountable - Courageouswww.mariestopes.recruitmenthub.com.au
8.30am - 5pm Permanent PositionLocation Dandenong South, VictoriaFull Time Hours - onsite parkingAbout BunzlBunzl Australasia is a leader in the marketing and distribution of a diverse consumable products range across a wide variety of industry sectors.About Your RoleThe Bunzl Outsourcing Services Finance Team based in Dandenong South have a opportunity to join their team as a Finance AdministratorThis role will provide assistance in the administration financial functions of the business by:Assisting in the preparation of various financial or supplier rebate tasks.Utilising a variety of software and systems to accomplish tasks.Ensuring that the monthly PL accounts are distributed to management in a timely manner.Working within established guidelines and procedures.Main Requirements:Loading supplier rebates.Ensuring supplier rebates are claimed in a timely manner.Following up and ensuring that supplier rebates are paid in a timely manner.Supplier rebate general reconciliations.Updating the daily cashflow template.General ad hoc administrative support tasks as required.Work with local branches and suppliers and respond to rebate queries in a timely manner to queries.Desired Skills/Experience & Attributes:Ability to work in a team environment and under minimal supervision.Ability to adapt in an environment of rapid change.Ability to build strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.Strong numerical reasoning skills, with the ability to analyse information.Good attention to detail with ability to communicate effectively on the telephone and in person.Good organisational and workload management skills.We are committed to bringing out the best in our people through ongoing training and development, providing a safe, pleasant and harmonious working environment, encouraging open and effective communication between all levels and offering employment that is secure and satisfying.You will also have access to the Employee Benefits Scheme which provides discounts with various goods and service providers including health care and motor vehicle purchases.Join us. APPLY NOWNo Agencies Please!