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  • Customer Rebates Administrator

    Customer Rebates Administrator Company description We™re Coty, a global leader in beauty. We™re World 1 in Fragrance, World 2 in Professional Hair Care and World 3 in Color Cosmetics. Our iconic portfolio of more than 77 brands are sold in over 150 countries around the world. We believe in beauty with a purpose and brands that inspire, no matter where they are in the world. Job description About us Globally Coty is 1 fine fragrance company, 2 salon professional hair care company and 3 cosmetics company, with a portfolio of brands that have been known and loved for generations. Some of the most coveted brands in the categories of Fragrances, Colour Cosmetics and Skin Body Care include Gucci, Chloé, Calvin Klein, Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, O.P.I, Sally Hansen, Wella, philosophy, Adidas, Rimmel, Bourjois, Max Factor, Covergirl, the list goes on and on The role Manage the end to end accrual to payment process for customer rebates and provide insight and analysis to drive better business performance. Reporting to the Sales Director, you will Manage the customer rebates process to ensure customer rebates and incentives are accurately calculated, accrued, communicated and paid within agreed timeline Own balance sheet reconciliation for rebates accruals accounts Ensure documentations in relations to customer rebates and incentives are recorded and in compliance with statutory requirement and company policy Provide analysis on customer rebates and performance to drive company topline growth Drive systemprocess improvement through simplification, standardisation and automation Work collaboratively with multi-functional team to ensure smooth day to day process and issue resolution You will have An Accounting Degree Advanced excel skills and experience with ERP system is advantagous Strong analytical, thinking and problem solving skills Proven influencing and negotiation skills High level ability to set priorities and manage competing demands High level interpersonal skills with ability to work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders Benefits Culture Come join a growing global organisation with an innovative fast paced culture. In return, we offer an attractive remuneration package plus generous product allowance and a successful team-focused environment which encapsulates our values. Profile description About us Globally Coty is 1 fine fragrance company, 2 salon professional hair care company and 3 cosmetics company, with a portfolio of brands that have been known and loved for generations. Some of the most coveted brands in the categories of Fragrances, Colour Cosmetics and Skin Body Care include Gucci, Chloé, Calvin Klein, Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, O.P.I, Sally Hansen, Wella, philosophy, Adidas, Rimmel, Bourjois, Max Factor, Covergirl, the list goes on and on The role Manage the end to end accrual to payment process for customer rebates and provide insight and analysis to drive better business performance. Reporting to the Sales Director, you will Manage the customer rebates process to ensure customer rebates and incentives are accurately calculated, accrued, communicated and paid within agreed timeline Own balance sheet reconciliation for rebates accruals accounts Ensure documentations in relations to customer rebates and incentives are recorded and in compliance with statutory requirement and company policy Provide analysis on customer rebates and performance to drive company topline growth Drive systemprocess improvement through simplification, standardisation and automation Work collaboratively with multi-functional team to ensure smooth day to day process and issue resolution You will have An Accounting Degree Advanced excel skills and experience with ERP system is advantagous Strong analytical, thinking and problem solving skills Proven influencing and negotiation skills High level ability to set priorities and manage competing demands High level interpersonal skills with ability to work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders Benefits Culture Come join a growing global organisation with an innovative fast paced culture. In return, we offer an attractive remuneration package plus generous product allowance and a successful team-focused environment which encapsulates our values.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Approvals Support Officer, Clerk Grade 3/4 - 194892 & 194893

    Approvals Support Officer, Clerk Grade 34 - 194892 194893 1x Ongoing Full time appointment 1x Temporary full-time for a period up to 30 June 2020 Location Parramatta About the Directorate Located with the Department of Education (DoE), the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Directorate administers several programs and funding streams designed to meet the goals of the National Partnership Agreements on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education and the National Quality Agenda, with a focus on improved participation of children from Aboriginal and low income backgrounds. As a regulatory authority under the national regulatory arrangements for early childhood education and care, the Directorate regulates approximately 5,500 services across the state. For services regulated under the National Quality Framework, this includes a process of assessment and quality rating by regional staff against the seven quality areas that make up the National Quality Standards. About the role The role provides administrative and clerical services to support for effective operation of the Approvals team. Key accountabilities Provide administrative and clerical services to support the work of staff in the Approvals team. Maintain the TRIM computerised record management system and coordinate the creation, storage, retrieval and archiving of files to ensure the accurate and safe storage of information and its compliance with Departmental policy. Enter and retrieve data from databases to support the operations of the Approvals team. Assist with undertaking research projects to support the work of the Approvals team. Respond to enquiries, and escalate contentious or complex issues to a senior officer in a timely manner. Exercise initiative and judgement in researching and preparing correspondence including the preparation of reports and spreadsheets to support the work of the Statewide Network. About the Department of Education We ensure young children get the best start in life by supporting and regulating the early childhood education and care sector. We are the largest provider of public education in Australia with responsibility for delivering high-quality public education to two-thirds of the NSW student population. For more information about the Department of Education, please visit NSW Department of Education How to apply The NSW Department of Education is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We encourage diverse applicants from a range of backgrounds to apply for roles in the department. To apply for this role, please submit an application by clicking œApply Online below. To apply, you will need to attach a cover letter (max. 2 pages) and your resume (max. 5 pages) in either Word or PDF format. Please address any pre-screening questions and any essential requirements. We are looking for you to demonstrate your competence in the focus capabilities as outlined in the role description in your answer, so please develop your response with this in mind. Note the selection process will include a range of assessment techniques to assist in determining your suitability for the role. This is a child-related role. If you are the successful candidate you will be required to obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC) Clearance number as a condition of employment (if you do not already have this). For more information, visit httpwww.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.auworking-with-childrenworking-with-children-check. In addition, your employment may be subject to the Department™s Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check to determine your suitability for employment. If you are called to interview you will need to provide the following Proof of Identity information Informed Consent Form Declaration for child-related work PRE-SCREENING QUESTIONS Describe a time when you been required to exercise judgement to ensure that competing work priorities were met within agreed and demanding timeframes? (300 words maximum) Discuss a time when you have had to escalate a contentious or complex issue to Management in a timely manner and what was the outcome? (300 words maximum) Closing date 20 June 2019 Note A recruitment pool may be created through this recruitment process. A recruitment pool is a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 12 months. www.dec.nsw.gov.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Approvals Support Officer, Clerk Grade 3/4 - 194892 & 194893

    Approvals Support Officer, Clerk Grade 34 - 194892 194893 1x Ongoing Full time appointment 1x Temporary full-time for a period up to 30 June 2020 Location Parramatta About the Directorate Located with the Department of Education (DoE), the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Directorate administers several programs and funding streams designed to meet the goals of the National Partnership Agreements on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education and the National Quality Agenda, with a focus on improved participation of children from Aboriginal and low income backgrounds. As a regulatory authority under the national regulatory arrangements for early childhood education and care, the Directorate regulates approximately 5,500 services across the state. For services regulated under the National Quality Framework, this includes a process of assessment and quality rating by regional staff against the seven quality areas that make up the National Quality Standards. About the role The role provides administrative and clerical services to support for effective operation of the Approvals team. Key accountabilities Provide administrative and clerical services to support the work of staff in the Approvals team. Maintain the TRIM computerised record management system and coordinate the creation, storage, retrieval and archiving of files to ensure the accurate and safe storage of information and its compliance with Departmental policy. Enter and retrieve data from databases to support the operations of the Approvals team. Assist with undertaking research projects to support the work of the Approvals team. Respond to enquiries, and escalate contentious or complex issues to a senior officer in a timely manner. Exercise initiative and judgement in researching and preparing correspondence including the preparation of reports and spreadsheets to support the work of the Statewide Network. About the Department of Education We ensure young children get the best start in life by supporting and regulating the early childhood education and care sector. We are the largest provider of public education in Australia with responsibility for delivering high-quality public education to two-thirds of the NSW student population. For more information about the Department of Education, please visit NSW Department of Education How to apply The NSW Department of Education is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We encourage diverse applicants from a range of backgrounds to apply for roles in the department. To apply for this role, please submit an application by clicking œApply Online below. To apply, you will need to attach a cover letter (max. 2 pages) and your resume (max. 5 pages) in either Word or PDF format. Please address any pre-screening questions and any essential requirements. We are looking for you to demonstrate your competence in the focus capabilities as outlined in the role description in your answer, so please develop your response with this in mind. Note the selection process will include a range of assessment techniques to assist in determining your suitability for the role. This is a child-related role. If you are the successful candidate you will be required to obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC) Clearance number as a condition of employment (if you do not already have this). For more information, visit httpwww.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.auworking-with-childrenworking-with-children-check. In addition, your employment may be subject to the Department™s Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check to determine your suitability for employment. If you are called to interview you will need to provide the following Proof of Identity information Informed Consent Form Declaration for child-related work PRE-SCREENING QUESTIONS Describe a time when you been required to exercise judgement to ensure that competing work priorities were met within agreed and demanding timeframes? (300 words maximum) Discuss a time when you have had to escalate a contentious or complex issue to Management in a timely manner and what was the outcome? (300 words maximum) Closing date 20 June 2019 Note A recruitment pool may be created through this recruitment process. A recruitment pool is a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 12 months. www.dec.nsw.gov.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Contracts Administrator (Contract) - Sydney

    Contracts Administrator (Contract) - Sydney Company description As one of Australias leading grain exporters, GrainCorp owns Eastern Australias largest integrated grain storage and transport network. Our diversified operations span four continents and the global food supply chain. Our traceable supply of quality grain and value-added food processing capabilities mean GrainCorps products and expertise are sought by leading food manufacturers in over 30 countries. Job description Together we can do things better We value our people™s unique contributions and we work together as part of a high-performing team to deliver for our customers. We™re focused on work-life balance and building a flexible and supportive culture. About our team In 2016, GrainCorp celebrated 100 years of growth. Today, we are proud to be Australia™s largest agribusiness with diversified operations that span four continents and the global food supply chain. GrainCorp Grains connects more than 10,000 grain growers with local and international customers via Australia™s largest silo network, with a storage capacity of over 20 million tonnes, seven bulk port elevators and two specialty port terminals. Innovation, integration and partnership are the foundations on which we are growing into our second century with customers at the heart of all that we do. About the role GrainCorp is currently seeking a Contracts Administrator, for a 12-month contract, to be a part of our Customer Commercial Planning team to assist with the planning and administration of commercial contracts. The role will also entail Order entry and commercial grain contract administration processing and settlement of grain received and delivered by grower and trade suppliers Work with internal teams to assist with supply chain efficiency Assist with Assist in grain receivable reconciliations About your experience Candidates will have prior experience in administration with excellent attention to detail. Candidates will also display the following Outstanding communication skills Analytical skills Advanced level Excel skills Completed or currently studying a qualification in commerce, economics or agricultural (beneficial) Preferred candidates will be required to provide proof of working rights and suitable professional referees Together we realise our potential. At GrainCorp, we value and respect the different perspectives and experiences our people bring to work each day. We aim to increase the diversity of our workforce “ leading to a range of different thinking, perspectives and ideas that create the innovation we need to drive better business results. We aim to have a work environment where everyone feels included and everyone can realise their full potential.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • 2 x Contract Administrator (Procurement)

    The role acts as a primary point of contact for contract administration activities for the organisation, facilitating engagement with specialist procurement and...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Project Coordinator

    Project Coordinator As a Project Coordinator, you be an integral part of the project team at RNSH, managing the project CMMS functions, work order management, work allocationscheduling and financial reporting whilst actively contributing to a positive teamwork environment. This is a 6 month fixed term position Key responsibilities Following up on work orders approaching abatement Liaising with FM supervisors to follow up and action service dockets as required Managing the operations email inbox and electronic filing of documentation Provide administrative support to the Maintenance Manager and Workshop Manager as required Manage Sub-contractor documents to ensure they adhere to project requirements and KPIs Ensure adherence to site safety Liaise with Asset Planner for monthly PPM schedule About you Your ability to self-manage and prioritise, coupled with excellent communication skills will ensure your success in this role. Further to this, you will have Previous experience in a Project Administrationscheduling role or similar Tertiary qualifications highly regarded Experience with compliance and Workplace Health and Safety Documentation An understanding of the scope of the RNSH project Previous experience or knowledge of Facilities Management services The flexibility to work between 700am and 600pm, Monday to Friday Ability to self-manage and prioritise ABOUT VENTIA Ventia is one of Australasia™s largest dedicated infrastructure service providers. We help our clients to keep critical infrastructure working for our communities. By ensuring a safe, compliant and professional built environment through evaluation, maintenance, repair and upgrading of their facilities, we allow our clients to focus on their core business. We provide a complete facilities management service to clients in both public and private sectors across Australia New Zealand. As a broad infrastructure services organisation, Ventia celebrates the diversity and richness of its people and seeks to create inclusive environments that promote your talent and skills. How to apply For further information regarding this position please contact our Recruitment Team careersventia.com.au N.B. We respectfully request no agency approaches

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Project Coordinator

    Project Coordinator As a Project Coordinator, you be an integral part of the project team at RNSH, managing the project CMMS functions, work order management, work allocationscheduling and financial reporting whilst actively contributing to a positive teamwork environment. This is a 6 month fixed term position Key responsibilities Following up on work orders approaching abatement Liaising with FM supervisors to follow up and action service dockets as required Managing the operations email inbox and electronic filing of documentation Provide administrative support to the Maintenance Manager and Workshop Manager as required Manage Sub-contractor documents to ensure they adhere to project requirements and KPIs Ensure adherence to site safety Liaise with Asset Planner for monthly PPM schedule About you Your ability to self-manage and prioritise, coupled with excellent communication skills will ensure your success in this role. Further to this, you will have Previous experience in a Project Administrationscheduling role or similar Tertiary qualifications highly regarded Experience with compliance and Workplace Health and Safety Documentation An understanding of the scope of the RNSH project Previous experience or knowledge of Facilities Management services The flexibility to work between 700am and 600pm, Monday to Friday Ability to self-manage and prioritise ABOUT VENTIA Ventia is one of Australasia™s largest dedicated infrastructure service providers. We help our clients to keep critical infrastructure working for our communities. By ensuring a safe, compliant and professional built environment through evaluation, maintenance, repair and upgrading of their facilities, we allow our clients to focus on their core business. We provide a complete facilities management service to clients in both public and private sectors across Australia New Zealand. As a broad infrastructure services organisation, Ventia celebrates the diversity and richness of its people and seeks to create inclusive environments that promote your talent and skills. How to apply For further information regarding this position please contact our Recruitment Team careersventia.com.au N.B. We respectfully request no agency approaches

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Contracts Officer

    Contracts Officer Join a market leader in industrial Safety products Work in a motivated and supportive team Office based role within a supportive and energetic team, Macquarie Park Location A division of Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety, Blackwoods is Australia™s leading supplier of industrial, electrical and safety products. Our customers include many of the country™s largest and leading companies who all rely on Blackwoods to provide ˜All their Workplace Needs™. We believe in providing outstanding service to our customers through fantastic people and a culture built on strong relationships. Due to exciting growth within or pricing and analytics team, an opportunity is available for an experienced and dynamic Contract Officer to join our team In this role you will be responsible for but not limited to Working within a team of contract reviewers, you will be responsible for monitoring, reviewing and evaluating contracts to ensure that they are both commercially and legally sound, and are managed in accordance with the relevant policies and procedures. The role involves accurately reviewing customer contracts and negotiating the WIS preferred position through contract issues registers and formal negotiations with customers. Identifying key concerns in contracts and working with internal stakeholders to determine the best approach and outcomes. Support alignment between WIS businesses in relation to reviewing, negotiating to executing customer agreements in accordance with the WIS collaborative approach guidelines. Provide advisory support to the sales team on our preferred position and work with them to enable the effective negotiation of customer contracts In collaboration with Wesfarmers Group Insurance and the Corporate Solicitors Office, ensuring that Blackwood™s insurance policies are up-to-date and fit for the business™s purposes. Collaborate with Pricing Managers on commercial viability of new customer agreements and contract renewals including standardising rebate offers. Engage and collaborate with Wesfarmers Group Insurance and the Corporate Solicitors Office on behalf of the businesses to obtain a full understanding of all risks. Liaising with Wesfarmers Corporate Solicitors Office to ensure that risk elements associated with customer contracts are escalated and approved. As our successful candidate Ability to review and negotiate Supply agreements (specifically risk and indemnity exposure) Comprehensive commercial and legal knowledge of general contractual practices and processes. A minimum of 2 years™ legal, commercial or procurement experience Customer centric with knowledge of business impacts Strong attention to detail Strong commercial acumen Innovative and be able to take bold risks to improve profitability Self-motivated and disciplined Confident negotiator, influencer and communicator Strong attention to detail Competent, responsible, self-motivated and results-driven Team player and has the ability to work effectively with different stakeholders In return, we will be rewarding you with a range of benefits including a competitive salary package, incentives, Wesfarmers shares and genuine career development opportunities inside a safe, dynamic and exciting work environment supported by a Leader in the Australian market Sound like your next career move? APPLY NOW WIS promotes and adheres to the principles and practices of diversity

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Contracts Officer

    Contracts Officer Join a market leader in industrial Safety products Work in a motivated and supportive team Office based role within a supportive and energetic team, Macquarie Park Location A division of Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety, Blackwoods is Australia™s leading supplier of industrial, electrical and safety products. Our customers include many of the country™s largest and leading companies who all rely on Blackwoods to provide ˜All their Workplace Needs™. We believe in providing outstanding service to our customers through fantastic people and a culture built on strong relationships. Due to exciting growth within or pricing and analytics team, an opportunity is available for an experienced and dynamic Contract Officer to join our team In this role you will be responsible for but not limited to Working within a team of contract reviewers, you will be responsible for monitoring, reviewing and evaluating contracts to ensure that they are both commercially and legally sound, and are managed in accordance with the relevant policies and procedures. The role involves accurately reviewing customer contracts and negotiating the WIS preferred position through contract issues registers and formal negotiations with customers. Identifying key concerns in contracts and working with internal stakeholders to determine the best approach and outcomes. Support alignment between WIS businesses in relation to reviewing, negotiating to executing customer agreements in accordance with the WIS collaborative approach guidelines. Provide advisory support to the sales team on our preferred position and work with them to enable the effective negotiation of customer contracts In collaboration with Wesfarmers Group Insurance and the Corporate Solicitors Office, ensuring that Blackwood™s insurance policies are up-to-date and fit for the business™s purposes. Collaborate with Pricing Managers on commercial viability of new customer agreements and contract renewals including standardising rebate offers. Engage and collaborate with Wesfarmers Group Insurance and the Corporate Solicitors Office on behalf of the businesses to obtain a full understanding of all risks. Liaising with Wesfarmers Corporate Solicitors Office to ensure that risk elements associated with customer contracts are escalated and approved. As our successful candidate Ability to review and negotiate Supply agreements (specifically risk and indemnity exposure) Comprehensive commercial and legal knowledge of general contractual practices and processes. A minimum of 2 years™ legal, commercial or procurement experience Customer centric with knowledge of business impacts Strong attention to detail Strong commercial acumen Innovative and be able to take bold risks to improve profitability Self-motivated and disciplined Confident negotiator, influencer and communicator Strong attention to detail Competent, responsible, self-motivated and results-driven Team player and has the ability to work effectively with different stakeholders In return, we will be rewarding you with a range of benefits including a competitive salary package, incentives, Wesfarmers shares and genuine career development opportunities inside a safe, dynamic and exciting work environment supported by a Leader in the Australian market Sound like your next career move? APPLY NOW WIS promotes and adheres to the principles and practices of diversity

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Program Coordinator

    Relevant tertiary qualifications (or equivalent experience) and demonstrated experience in project coordination in a diverse service industry organisation....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Urban Bird Program Coordinator (pt)

    Working with a great team to improve conservation outcomes for Australian birds by supporting the delivery of the Birds in Backyards Program and the Urban Bird...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Contracts Administrator

    ECO LOGICAL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD is one of Australia™s leading environmental consultancies. We make significant contribution to improving environmental outcomes in Australia by delivering high quality consulting services that combine a landscape approach with sound scientific principles, strategic thinking, effective communication and integrity. Eco Logical Australia is an industry leader providing ecological expertise and services to all States Territories in both the public and private sectors. About the role We are looking for a Contracts Administrator to join us on a full-time basis. In this role you will work as part of a contracts review team. You will review consultancy agreements and purchase orders, by identifying commercial and contractual risk in accordance with our internal policies and suggesting amendments. You will support the ELA Project Managers and other internal stakeholders in understanding the risks and obligations of their project, internal processes and in negotiating their contracts. You be responsible for seeking management approval of contractual issues and for preparing hardcopy agreements for the contracts team where necessary. About you You will meet the following essential requirements Tertiary qualifications in a related field e.g. Bachelor of Law (contracts) or relevant experience (ideally 5+ years) in a similar or related role (projectcontracts administrator or paralegal roles) Experience with and familiarity with contract law, legal terms and processes Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Ability to negotiate successful outcomes whilst maintaining professional and enduring relationships Ability to prioritise, multitask and have a real sense of urgency Demonstrated strong problem-solving and analytical skills Ability to identify potential areas of commercial and contractual risk in the context of our business and provide advice solutions to help manage and inform commercial decisions Well-developed planning, organisational and MS Office skills. You will also possess the following personal attributes Highly motivated with a positive attitude Strong analytical skills and attention to detail (document and version control) Sound judgement and decision-making abilities The desire to positively contribute to the ELA workplace culture. We offer A competitive remuneration package in addition to a range of other benefits including flexible working arrangements, study assistance, professional development, opportunity to purchase additional leave or salary sacrifice into super, birthday leave and health and wellbeing initiatives. If you are an Australian resident, are seeking a friendly and professional organisation where workplace culture is highly valued, and where you can grow and further develop, please forward your application (addressing above criteria) to Bec South, HR Coordinator, via email hrecoaus.com.au before close of business Wednesday 26 June 2019.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Contracts Administrator

    ECO LOGICAL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD is one of Australia™s leading environmental consultancies. We make significant contribution to improving environmental outcomes in Australia by delivering high quality consulting services that combine a landscape approach with sound scientific principles, strategic thinking, effective communication and integrity. Eco Logical Australia is an industry leader providing ecological expertise and services to all States Territories in both the public and private sectors. About the role We are looking for a Contracts Administrator to join us on a full-time basis. In this role you will work as part of a contracts review team. You will review consultancy agreements and purchase orders, by identifying commercial and contractual risk in accordance with our internal policies and suggesting amendments. You will support the ELA Project Managers and other internal stakeholders in understanding the risks and obligations of their project, internal processes and in negotiating their contracts. You be responsible for seeking management approval of contractual issues and for preparing hardcopy agreements for the contracts team where necessary. About you You will meet the following essential requirements Tertiary qualifications in a related field e.g. Bachelor of Law (contracts) or relevant experience (ideally 5+ years) in a similar or related role (projectcontracts administrator or paralegal roles) Experience with and familiarity with contract law, legal terms and processes Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Ability to negotiate successful outcomes whilst maintaining professional and enduring relationships Ability to prioritise, multitask and have a real sense of urgency Demonstrated strong problem-solving and analytical skills Ability to identify potential areas of commercial and contractual risk in the context of our business and provide advice solutions to help manage and inform commercial decisions Well-developed planning, organisational and MS Office skills. You will also possess the following personal attributes Highly motivated with a positive attitude Strong analytical skills and attention to detail (document and version control) Sound judgement and decision-making abilities The desire to positively contribute to the ELA workplace culture. We offer A competitive remuneration package in addition to a range of other benefits including flexible working arrangements, study assistance, professional development, opportunity to purchase additional leave or salary sacrifice into super, birthday leave and health and wellbeing initiatives. If you are an Australian resident, are seeking a friendly and professional organisation where workplace culture is highly valued, and where you can grow and further develop, please forward your application (addressing above criteria) to Bec South, HR Coordinator, via email hrecoaus.com.au before close of business Wednesday 26 June 2019.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Administration Trainee

    HunterNet Group Training Company in partnership with The Business School are seeking an enthusiastic individual to start as a Business Administration Trainee. The Business School is a registered training organisation located in Bondi Junction that delivers accredited vocational education courses plus specialised industry and business programs. We are looking for motivated individuals with a strong work ethic. This position will allow the successful applicant to complete a Certificate IV in Business Administration whilst gaining on the job experience. Position Duties Include Respond to enquiries from students, prospective students, staff and education agents via phone, email and in person. Assist with ensuring the ongoing needs of students is met Assist with setting up new courses, arranging resources and assessments, monitoring student progression and maintaining files. Contribute to ensuring ongoing compliance as an RTO by following policies and procedures and keeping accurate records. Maintain corporate records. Create, review andor maintain reports and documents. Assist with all general administrative functions of the business such as data entry in peak periods, client filing, database maintenance and support to the Director of Studies, CEO and other staff as required. Other duties as required at times by the CEO or senior management team Essential Criteria Excellent written and verbal communication skills Good computer skills including Microsoft office suite Attention to detail Understanding of customer service focussed environment Motivated to learn Willingness to understand all aspects of the business and its operations Professional presentation Strong work ethic including the commitment to complete a 24-month traineeship Desirable Criteria Experience in setting up and maintaining social media marketing, blogs andor websites To make application for the position please send through a cover letter and resume. As part of the recruitment process, suitable applicants will be required to complete pre-employment medical testing including drug and alcohol screening. Due the high volume of applications we receive only successful applicants will be contacted. HunterNet Group Training Company engages apprentices and trainees on behalf of employers, with the aim of achieving high quality outcomes through a partnership approach.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Administration Trainee

    HunterNet Group Training Company in partnership with The Business School are seeking an enthusiastic individual to start as a Business Administration Trainee. The Business School is a registered training organisation located in Bondi Junction that delivers accredited vocational education courses plus specialised industry and business programs. We are looking for motivated individuals with a strong work ethic. This position will allow the successful applicant to complete a Certificate IV in Business Administration whilst gaining on the job experience. Position Duties Include Respond to enquiries from students, prospective students, staff and education agents via phone, email and in person. Assist with ensuring the ongoing needs of students is met Assist with setting up new courses, arranging resources and assessments, monitoring student progression and maintaining files. Contribute to ensuring ongoing compliance as an RTO by following policies and procedures and keeping accurate records. Maintain corporate records. Create, review andor maintain reports and documents. Assist with all general administrative functions of the business such as data entry in peak periods, client filing, database maintenance and support to the Director of Studies, CEO and other staff as required. Other duties as required at times by the CEO or senior management team Essential Criteria Excellent written and verbal communication skills Good computer skills including Microsoft office suite Attention to detail Understanding of customer service focussed environment Motivated to learn Willingness to understand all aspects of the business and its operations Professional presentation Strong work ethic including the commitment to complete a 24-month traineeship Desirable Criteria Experience in setting up and maintaining social media marketing, blogs andor websites To make application for the position please send through a cover letter and resume. As part of the recruitment process, suitable applicants will be required to complete pre-employment medical testing including drug and alcohol screening. Due the high volume of applications we receive only successful applicants will be contacted. HunterNet Group Training Company engages apprentices and trainees on behalf of employers, with the aim of achieving high quality outcomes through a partnership approach.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Procurement Manager

    Procurement Manager Procurement Manager NSW Government Initiative Immediate Contract Path4 Technology is looking for a Procurement Manager for NSW Government Client Role Title Procurement Manager Duration “ 5 months ( with possible extension ) Location Sydney CBD Provide a whole of government strategic procurement service based on a category management approach focused on end-to-end project delivery and client relationships. Key Responsibilities Deliver an end-to-end tendering and contract engagement function to accreditation standards. Provide strategic procurement advice in line with NSW Government policies and industry best practice. Develop and maintain stakeholder relationships through effective communication, negotiations and issues management to meet accreditation and industry best practice standards. Deliver successful, value for money outcomes to meet clientstakeholder expectations and accreditation standards. Interviews happening as early as next week, please apply

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Sentence Management Administrator

    Sentence Management Administrator MTC-Broadspectrum is a joint venture of two global organisations, built on our collective strengths, capability and experience in corrections and the Australian market, to apply a global best practice approach to the management and operation of Parklea Correctional Complex (PCC). We bring depth of expertise and experience, innovation and an operational philosophy aligned to the State™s desired outcomes. As a member of MTC-Broadspectrum, you would be joining a team of over 10,000 employees in Australia and 100,000 globally. About the Role Thanks to a newly awarded contract by the Department of Corrective Services, MTC-Broadspectrum Joint Venture are now currently seeking candidates wishing to enhance their career as a Sentence Management Administrator, based at Parklea Correctional Centre in Western Sydney. In this role you will be responsible for providing administration support within the Sentence Management team working in a very high demanding and specialised team, with functions that include Ensuring all Custodial and Non-Custodial court orders are recorded accurately Performing processing work associated with inmate transfers and advice from courts and tribunals Liaising with internal and external stakeholders Providing support and advice to Custodial and Community Corrections staff Our requirements We recognise that people are our greatest asset and we are committed to being one of the best employers to work for. As result we seek to employ people who will succeed in this role and you will have Knowledge or understanding of the NSW Criminal Justice System Proven Administration experience supporting varied teams Ability to multi task and communicate effectively Strong technical skills which help you plan and prioritise to successfully achieve positive outcomes for the team Overall your ability to provide a high level of administration support within a high volume and demanding team, are the key skills we require. PLEASE NOTE The role will be required to work under a rotating roster “ and are required to work 5 of 7 days shifts vary Monday to Friday between 8am-4pm, 10am-6pm and 2pm-10pm. 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. Position Reference Number 105633

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Portfolio Administration and Debt Manager

    Portfolio Administration and Debt Manager We are the market leader in creating value for our customers. We do this by working collaboratively to deliver bold and innovative retail experiences across our portfolio of bespoke urban assets. As the Portfolio Administration and Debt Manager, you will provide outstanding and consistent support to assets across the Retail portfolio through the management of accurate lease related information and high-quality data input in all systems and deliver exceptionally memorable and rewarding experiences to our customers. Your duties include but are not limited to · Building collaborative relationships with asset teams and national retailersoperators, delivering a consistent service and attending meetings as required · Assist asset teams to ensure they are operating in accordance with debt collection procedures · Assist the National Credit Controller to achieve debt KPIs across the Retail portfolio · Receipting and allocating cash receipts · Assist in reconciling debtors accounts · Responding to retaileroperator queries in a prompt and professional manner · Responsible for accurate data input of all lease related information and collation of associated documentation · Performing monthly rent up and invoicing responsibilities for the assets · Completing all lease outgoing adjustmentsestimates and rent reviews for the assets in accordance with lease requirements and relevant state legislation · Conducting lease audits · Production of lease related correspondence to retailersoperators and distribution to the asset teams where required To be successful in this position you will bring · Previous experience in the retail industry is highly desirable · Demonstrated tenant and GL account reconciliation and administration experience are highly desirable · High level of IT proficiency is required · A strong understanding of relevant legislation and the legal obligations of the asset · A proactive and self-motivated approach with the ability to solve problems, improve system and procedural efficiency and effectiveness, and resolve issues as they arise · A team player attitude with the ability to work independently or as part of a team, multitask and adapt to change, and a willingness to be flexible · Exceptional administration, time management and organisation skills with strong attention to detail If you are interested in being considered for this diverse, rewarding and challenging opportunity at Mirvac please apply with your current resume. For more information on Mirvac please visit our website www.mirvac.com or contact Justin Gill, Recruitment Manager, on 02 9080 8408 Disclaimer As part of our standard recruitment and selection practice at Mirvac, all positions will require successful applicants to complete and satisfy all background checking conditions as a condition of employment. Depending on the position, background checking may include Criminal History, Bankruptcy, Qualifications, Pre-employment Medical, Right to Work and Current Former Employment.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Service Administrator

    The Company Alliance SI is a leading electrical and communications infrastructure company that has been designing, installing and managing quality electrical and telecommunications projects for 40 years. Our offices are located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and we offer our services to a wide range of clients throughout Australia and internationally. The Role We are seeking a diligent, enthusiastic, Service Administrator to join our Sydney Branch, initially on a 6 month fixed term contract with the potential to become permanent. The duties of the role are varied however the core responsibility is to provide a high level of every day administration support and customer service to key stakeholders. The duties include but are not limited to Scheduling contractors for service works nationwide, Managing purchase orders, contract documents and all other job related documentation for project works, Processing Work orders, Responding to customer enquiries, Invoicing and accounts receivable function, Supporting stakeholders in quality assurance and work health safety compliance and, Providing administration support as required. Your profile Contact us if you Have experience within a similar role, Are computer savvy (proficient in Microsoft Office with intermediate Excel skills) Experience with job management software, (SimPRO experience highly regarded), Have exceptional attention to detail, Have excellent verbal and written communication skills and can build and maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders, You are a team player who enjoys multitasking and work in a fast-paced environment and You can think on your feet and out of the box The benefits Alliance SI is built on values of Excellence, Service, Integrity and Passion, whilst ensuring a safety focused culture. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing company and receive competitive remuneration based on experience and ability. The work will be varied and interesting with the opportunity to develop personally and professionally, in a supportive environment. If you have the above skills and are looking for an exciting and rewarding career working for a highly respected Company apply today with your CV and covering letter. We look forward to hearing from you 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 experience in an administration role? How many years experience do you have in the construction industry?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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