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  • Administration and Operations Co-ordinator

    About the Role Responsible for the day to day operations and administration of our security department, you will be responsible for allocating job lists to technicians and answering client requests and queries. This is a great opportunity for a strong administrator who has a keen interest in contributing to process improvement, operational activities and likes dealing with people. You will expected to interact with internal and external stakeholders. The areas you can expect to be responsible for will include (but not limited to) supervising the day to day coordination of the security technician team, aiding in admin of security projects, while overseeing client queries, logging of security tasks, maintaining job workflow database via a workflow software package and aiding management with general office admin tasks. Objectives and Accountabilities The candidate will be responsible for entering new work into our workflow software (simPRO) Sourcing and ordering of security components through suppliers and via simPRO Assisting the security teams with day to day tasks as required, including scheduling services Maintaining electronic and hard copy filing systems Resolving administrative problems and inquiries Scheduling and coordinating meetings Managing the needs of both internal and external customers Other ad-hoc administrative and operational requests and projects as required Key Competencies Strong administrative organisational ability Excellent Time management skills Efficient reporting (Accurate and within timeframes- SLAs) Customer service (internal external) Strong communication skills, both verbal and written The successful applicant will have a mature outlook and a commitment to a results driven business. The applicant will have the ability to work under pressure, be highly organised and possess a focus on servicing our clients in a compliant and positive attitude. 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? Do you have customer service experience? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Practice Manager

    You will be the initial face of the business for our clients and manage a wide range of activities such as resolving day to day administrative issues for clients, completing company registrations and corporate secretarial work, processing emails and correspondence to and from clients, preparing invoices, database management, and generally keeping the office running smoothly. You will also use your experience with knowledge of an Accounting Software Program to assist the accounting team with regular returns to the Australian Taxation Office, Australian Securities Investments Commission, and similar agencies. As a Practice Manager, you will ensure the general smooth running of the firm. Duties and Responsibilities Managing a team of Accountants Office Receptionist Manage any other HR responsibilities Management meetings Liaising with clients Maintaining the facilities of the office Reviewing and developing all office systems and processes Assistance with document control maintenance Managing the WIP and job flow Being involved in management meetings Diary management and managing appointments of all Accountants ASIC corporate secretarial duties Invoicing Debtors reconciliations WIP report management Managing IT support Skills Experience The successful candidate will possess 2-5 years™ experience in an Office or Practice Management role, ideally within the Accounting or Professional Services sector Well-presented, friendly telephone manner, helpful attitude and ability to comply common sense to a variety of tasks The ability to multitask prioritise Excellent time management skills A keen eye for detail the ability to forward think Similar industry experience will be highly regarded Advanced Microsoft Office knowledge Strong administrative, support Experience in HandiSoft Accounting Program is an advantage but not essential This is a permanent role however, we can offer as a part-time position if requested. Renumeration is commensurate with level of experience. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a practice manager? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Admin

    Office Admin Jaydub Electrical is a fast paced, growing company specialising in Sports field Lighting, Construction, Civil Electrical, Switchboards and Temporary Lighting. We require an Office Administrator who is motivated, can work independently and take initiative. Job Tasks Administrative support to the Director and Staff Administrative support to the company Accountant EnteringUpdating of jobs using our Job Tracking Software Liaising with Suppliers via phone and email Answering phones Provide administrative support to various projects including creating job folders, manuals, filing, archiving Responsible for PPE and uniform ordering for all staff and stock take of uniforms in stock Ad-hoc Projects Vehicle fleet management “ Responsible for managing all Registrations, Insurances MaintenanceServices for all Vehicles and Machinery To be successful in this role you must demonstrate the following Able to work within a fast paced environment Ability to multitask prioritise tasks Strong communication skills “ both written and verbal Experience in the electrical Industry is an advantage Ability to work to deadlines in a timely and efficient manner Proficient in Microsoft Office packages Word, Excel, and Outlook Computer Savvy and able to learn computer programs quickly Excellent time management skills and ability to work under pressure Ability to meet deadlines and changes in priorities. Ability to work independently and take initiative Ability to problem solve Adaptable What we offer you An opportunity to make an impact with a fast growing and forward thinking company The opportunity to further develop your skills and professional development The opportunity to grow within your role and expand your job tasks and duties Salary will depend on experience. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Have you completed a qualification in business administration?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Security Coordinator for Busy Sydney CBD Office

    Eastside Protection is a leading security service provider operating in the Eastern Suburbs and Sydney CBD Eastside Protection commenced trading in 1991 and is owned and operated by former NSW Police Officers. Master Licence 406203003 We are currently seeking the services of a Customer Service Focused Security Coordinator to work day shifts from 0600-1400 Mon to Fri in a busy Sydney CBD Executive Office Environment . You will require Previous experience in a similar position Efficiency with alarm systems highly regarded (especially Insight) Proficient computer skills with Microsoft office programs Excellent organisational and time management skills Good written and verbal communication skills Adaptable and flexible to changing needs Ability to use initiative A strong customer service ethic Excellent relationship management skills and ability to deal with multiple stakeholders at all levels Ability to operate effectively with limited supervision Willingness to take direction and learn Self-motivated, positive and proactive First Aid certificate The successful applicant must have Current NSW Class 1A Security Licence as a minimum Current Senior First Aid certificate Certificate II in Security (2 x Pages) Written References and a Verified Work History This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate. For consideration for confidential interview please forward resume to Phil Irwin via email to officeeastsideprotection.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Rostering Best Practice and Quality Manager-(Rostering Systems) Liverpool...

    Rostering Best Practice and Quality Manager-(Rostering Systems) Liverpool... Are you an experienced, forward thinking, enthusiastic and authentic individual dedicated to high quality and better value patient care? Look no further, this is the job for you Employment Type Permanent Full Time, 38 hours per week. Position Classification Health Manager Level 2 Remuneration 95,426 - 113,183 per annum Requisition ID REQ107134 Application Close Date 26052019 To be eligible for permanent appointment to a position in NSW Health, you must have an Australian citizenship or permanent Australian residency. About The Opportunity This position is an exciting opportunity for a personable, high achieving, self-starter who would like to make a difference to the Organisation by promoting Roster Performance and assisting Roster Users to realise the benefits of the State-wide roster system across SWSLHD. If you have highly tuned analytical skills and a strong eye for attention to detail we need you in this role. Life at South Western Sydney Local Health District is rewarding, progressive and diverse and is always focused on achieving our Vision of Leading Care, Healthier Communities. What We Can Offer You A meaningful career path in a growing culturally diverse community. MAXXIA salary packaging options, with savings up to 2000 per annum. Discounted gym membership Corporate wellbeing programs, including Fitness Passport. Onsite staff parking (most facilities and services). Annual Leave + 17.5 Leave Loading. One Additional Day Off per month (ADO?s). Join the social club and enjoy discounted offers to Sydney attraction Additional NSW Health Public Holiday between Christmas and New Years. Great Paid Maternity and Parental leave provisions for parents. Flexible work practices. Learning and development Opportunities, including in-house RTO and MyHealth Learning. Professional growth, acting and accelerated career progression opportunities. Where Youll Be Working At South Western Sydney Local Health District we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, where we don?t just accept differences but we honour and support it. Committed to providing a working environment that thrives and values diversity, we encourage people of Aboriginality and Torres Strait Islander background and people with a disability to apply. Transforming Your Experience (TYE) is SWSLHDs key strategy to always positively transform your, our patients, our consumers, our staffs and our communities experiences across our organisation and services. Our vision is that our care is always safe, high quality and personalised and all our staff are supported and empowered to achieve their full potential. SWSLHD upholds the CORE Values ? Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. What Youll Be Doing Reporting to the Rostering Systems Support Manager, the Rostering Systems ? Best Practice and Quality Manager is primarily responsible for performing analysis of health organisation roster data and is responsible for realising the potential benefits attainable to the organisation. In addition, the Best Practice and Quality Manager will source and manage the rollout of any rostering system enhancements and improvements and will coordinate communications with key stakeholders to develop and maintain resourcing material to promote and improve rostering practice in line with the principles of rostering best practice and the roster capability framework. How to Apply To be considered for this position, please ensure you address the selection criteria as thoroughly as possible. Click ?Apply? to submit your application now. Need more information? Click here for the Position Description Click here for SWSLHD Website Contact for role related enquiries and questions, please contact Janine Prodromidis Janine.Prodromidishealth.nsw.gov.au 8738 5709 Additional Contact Larissa Selch Larissa.Selchhealth.nsw.gov.au 8738 6070 Interview Date Range 29052019 ? 05062019 Stepping Up ? Close the Gap Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal applicants understand how to apply for roles with NSW Health by clarifying the recruitment and onboarding process. If you are an Aboriginal person and wish to obtain more information about applying for a role within South Western Sydney Local Health District, please contact the SWSLHD Aboriginal Workforce Team on SWSLHD-AboriginalWorkforcehealth.nsw.gov.au. Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. . To view the position description or submit your applications please click the Apply button below. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and promote a smoke-free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all positions.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager Work flow Coordinator

    About the business Since 1971, Genneral Staircase has been a leader in the staircase building industry. Genneral Staircase provides its clients with excellence in design, manufacturing and installation of high-quality stairs and balustrades. Given current market growth, Genneral Staircase is seeking a Workflow Coordinator to join our highly dynamic team This position reports to the Design Manager About the role This is the role where you can show off your talent and take full praise. This is a critical role that ensures that the right people are working on the right jobs in the right location at the right time. We are looking for that candidate that is super organised, with exceptional time management skills that is experienced is organising teams and ensuring everyone is on track and where they need to be. Key Duties Use a collaborative approach to co-ordinate workflow with internal and external business partners to prepare an optimised schedule that can be adhered to by all stakeholders. Build strong relationships with internal and external supervisors. Proactively highlight and address issues that could affect the business, particularly in relation to incomplete and outstanding jobs. Ability to move resources with independence Maintain data integrity “ ensure data files are up to date including client details Regularly review and refine systems and processes to continually improve their ability to meet requirements of the business and customers. Producing accurate, informative progress reports to support decision making and resource allocation Benefits and perks This is a rare opportunity to be part of a dynamic successful business Long-term stability of employment Close to home- save on travel costs time Work life balance Early start early finish No weekends Ability to learn new skills Excellent remuneration package based on experience Skills and experience Minimum 3 years experience as a workflow coordinator, practice manager or office manager Previous supervisory experience working in a busy specialist centre or architect office is highly desirable Understanding of the critical path method for scheduling and or project management Intermediate Microsoft Office skills Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal Deadline driven with exceptional time management skills The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an office manager? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • National Service Operations Manager

    Minimum Certificate III in Electrotechnology (or approved equivalent). Minimum 5 years™ experience in an Electrical “ Operations Management role....

    location Windsor Rd, Winston Hills NSW 2153, Australia


  • Community Associate

    Community Associate LETS HELP PEOPLE WORK, EVERYWHERE. Regus provides places to work for everyone, worldwide. We have built an unparalleled network of office, co-working and meeting spaces for companies to use in every city in the world. Its an infrastructure to support every business opportunity. Our network of workspaces enables businesses to operate anywhere, without the need for set-up costs or capital investment. It provides our customers with immediate cost benefits and the opportunity to fully outsource their office portfolio. Its a network designed to enhance productivity and connect 2.5 million like-minded professionals an instant global community, and a place to belong. Help people work, everywhere Over the past three decades, weve led a workspace revolution and created a global community for more than 2.5 million people in over 110 countries. Now we need effective Casual Community Associates to help us nurture and support our customers at a centre level. Make an impact As a Casual Community Associate, youll be contributing to the growth and success of your customers, helping them to use flexible working to enhance their productivity. Youll be a daily point of contact in one of our business centres and an integral part of delivering the best customer experience. An exciting challenge Whether theyre staying for an hour or many years, our customers all come with different needs. A Regus business centre moves fast and, if youre driven, enthusiastic and proactive, theres always a new challenge to focus your energy on. Youll use our proven ways of working, but add your own talents to make the difficult look easy and find new ways to delight customers. Your opportunity to grow As we continue to grow, youll be supported to grow your own skills and expertise. Our structured training and development programme is designed to nurture your ambition, with opportunities to take increased responsibility over centre operations and revenue. Whats involved? As a Casual Community Associate, youll build effective relationships with new and existing customers, working as part of a team to give our community everything they need. Creating exceptional experiences Giving your existing customers the best possible experience in every interaction. Showcasing flexibility Bringing new customers to the revolution by sharing the benefits of flexible working. Caring for your centre Making sure your centre is always the professional, inspiring work environment your community expects. The traits of a Casual Community Associate Effortlessly enthusiastic Youll bring a positive, inspiring attitude to everything you do for your customers. Resilient Youll combine an appetite for a challenge with the ability to adapt to fast-changing situations. Approachable and influential Youll build strong relationships with every customer, so you can better deliver on their needs. Proudly diligent Youll have an eye for detail, understanding how high standards in the smallest moments feed into the wider revolution. Self-motivated Youll take ownership and act decisively to solve problems, make your time count, and deliver incredible results. Up to the challenge? Apply now. regus.comcareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Front Officer / Reception

    About Us Australian Health and Management Institute is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and CRICOS provider. AHMI delivers a range of courses such as Health,Trade, Business and Management and Information Technology to International students in its two campuses Canberra and Sydney. About the Role AHMI is urgently seeking suitable applicants,for the following position in their Parramatta campus Front officer Reception Is this you? You will be the first point of contact for our clients(students visitors) and a positive disposition that can be imparted over the phone as well as in person is essential. Personality and energy is a must for this role The successful applicant will be proficient with Microsoft Office, and have previous exposure to RTO Manager software,desirable, it is not mandatory as you will receive on the job training.Your strong sense of organisation and exceptional communication skills both written and verbal will also be highly regarded. As will be your ability to demonstrate maturity, intelligence, initiative and common sense. What is the role? This is a varied role where you will be a key part of AHMI team providing support internally and externally to our clients. Duties will include Front Officer Responsibilities Providing front desk management,including but not limited to answering calls and directing to associated staff members In being the first point of contact for clients entering or calling the office it is up to you to ensure they are entering a welcoming professional environment. Issuing General Letters to students except Release Letter Uploading student documents in RTO Manager including letters issued to students and keeps a copy in student admin files. Accepting payments from students for tuition fees and misc fees Entering payment data into daily cash book, daily payment sheet and send to Accounts Manager by COB. Helping Marketing Manager in Orientation Provide general administration support to all other staff Must be familiar with the courses, campuses entry requirements and fees Why Join us Friendly team - We are a small team of professionals ready to support each other at all levels Career development - Opportunities available to upgrade and advance to next level Social environment - Enjoy working in a group with friendly environment and regularly held events bringing students and team together How to Apply Please express your interest and apply via seek or alternatively email your resume to cfoahmi.edu.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? How many years experience do you have as an office manager? Do you have experience working for a registered training organisation (RTO)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Junior/Team Assistant

    Office JuniorTeam Assistant The Company A Private Equity firm is looking for a full time Office JuniorTeam Assistant for their busy CBD office to start end of May. Our client is a dynamic, fast paced company of around 30 people including 6 partners. The culture is young, dynamic and professional, and very social including staff team building events and dinners. The Role Reporting directly to the Senior Office Manager your responsibilities will include Answering office phone and being the first contact for visitors to our office Collecting and distributing mail Ensuring meeting rooms are tidy and well-presented and organised for all client meetings Managing the administrative functions of the office, ensuring smooth daily operations of our equipment and services Office fire warden (training provided) Organising catering for in-house meeting and events Ensuring all hardcopy and electronic files are maintained Monitoring and ordering office supplies and kitchen amenities Administration duties as directed including competent use of excel Microsoft outlook products Adhoc project support About You Previous experience in an Office ManagerTeam Assistant style role is a must “ preferably from a Financial background Immaculate presentation - polished and professional Flexibility required during busier periods Confidence liaising with senior internal and external stakeholders High attention to detail and able to work in a small close-knit team A strong communicator with exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills Strong organisational skills The ability to work autonomously and use initiative Friendly, outgoing and have a can-do attitude How to Apply Click the Apply Now button or alternatively contact Chloe on 02 8098 0985 to make an inquiry. This is a Perm Contract. For the most up to date roles and recruitment information please add us on Facebook for the most up to date roles and recruitment information please add us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comboutiqueconsult or follow us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanyboutique-the-consultancy Chloe 02 8098 0985 Level 6, 84 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000, Australia boutiqueconsult.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Part Time or Full Time Professional Practice Administration Officer/ All Rounder

    Part Time or Full Time Professional Practice Administration Officer All Rounder Chapman Eastway is a prestigious boutique Business Advisory, Accountancy and Taxation firm located in the heart of the Sydney CBD. We offer all of the traditional accounting, taxation, compliance and advisory services, and supplement these services with Family Office and Corporate Advisory offerings. We have a diverse range of clients, from individual entrepreneurs, startups to well-established and high-net worth families and small-medium sized businesses. We are a growing practice with a proactive, dynamic team. We are seeking to employ an Administration Officer All Rounder who is self-driven, proactive, confident, organised with strong oral and written communication skills. Experience in a similar role at an accounting practice is ideal. Our practice prides itself on maintaining a high standard of customer service. The Role This role can be full time or part time, depending on your preferences. Tasks will include Assistance with administration of ATO lodgement program Preparation and lodgement of forms with ASIC Co-ordinate collation of Financial Statements Income Tax Returns Setting up of entities, ABN, TFN and GST registrations Co-ordinate scanning, filing and binding of documents Manage one junior administration resource Coverage of front desk reception as required Ad hoc duties as requested. The Ideal Applicant Accounting practice experience Can-do attitude Skill-set to manage junior support Excellent written and oral communication skills. High attention to detail and strong organisational skills Good listener who is able to carry out client work outlined by team members Ability to work effectively across senior and junior team members Software skills in MYOB AE, Nowinfinity, Microsoft Office Whats on Offer Flexible part time working arrangements, (30 hours a week), as required. We are flexible on days, office hours and arrangements that accommodate both personal and firm needs A progressive and upbeat environment, dealing with 6 different partners who believe in open door management and a broader team of dynamic skilled professionals A competitive salary and employee benefits, within a supportive team of skilled advisors. A culture of lifelong learning, with access Internal and external training offerings to align with personal and professional aspirations CBD location, a great work culture with regular team social events and a collaborative team environment An emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility with a variety of opportunities to give back to the community including paid Volunteer Days and incentives for the development of business ideas with a social impact. To apply please send your CV and Cover Letter to hrchapmaneastway.com.au Attachments must be .doc or .pdf only. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have as an office administrator?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Central CBD location Small, hardworking and happy team Attractive package and growth opportunities COMPANY OVERVIEW They are a small business with a small, har...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Operations Manager - Terrey Hills Tavern

    We have an exciting opportunity for a Hospitality Industry professional to lead the energetic and enthusiastic Management team at Terrey Hills Tavern as the...

    location Warringah Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • City Operations Manager

    Relevant industry (cycling, food delivery, mobility, technology) experience advantageous. 3+ years of working experience with at least 2 years in an analyst or...

    location Alexandria Ln, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia


  • PA to Director/Office Manager

    Personal Assistant duties to the principal architect, including calendar organisation and travel bookings. The duties include but arent limited to....

    location Alexandria Ln, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia


  • Business Manager

    Applications should address each of the selection criteria, include a current resume and a completed Employment Application Form for Support Staff (found on the...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Admissions & Cash Office Manager | Darling Harbour Attractio...

    Successful candidates will be required to provide a valid NSW Working with Children Check. You will work closely with the Operations Management team to create...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • PEAK Training - RTO Operations Manager

    Knowledge of the Early Childhood Education and Care sector including Family Day Care. NSW Family Day Care Association reserves the right to perform Criminal...

    location George St, Burwood NSW 2134, Australia


  • ICT Office Manager

    Other general office duties as required. Assisting with coordinating the on-boarding of new employees (security passesuser access sharepointoutlook, and other...

    location Rotary Athletics Field, Lane Cove North NSW 2066, Australia


  • Legal Operations Manager

    Diploma in Business Administration or equivalent experience. Where time permits, assist with the processing of FOI requests, liaising with applicants and...

    location Old Illawarra Rd, Lucas Heights NSW 2234, Australia


  • Administration and Finance Manager - Sydney

    Full-time, permanent role, working a 9-day fortnight Access to contemporary tools of trade Access to private use of motor vehicle Salary range 106,522 - 144,567 gross per annum Organisation Context The United Services Union represents local government, energy, airline, clerical and administrative employees throughout NSW, protecting and furthering their rights. Primary Purpose This position is accountable for actively contributing to the leadership, decision-making and management of the Union, and for controlling and delivering the functions of the Administration and Finance Division efficiently and effectively to ensure quality outcomes for members. This position is also accountable for upholding and applying the principles of Trade Unionism. Indicative Functions Finance Records Management Asset Management Information Technology Policy governance Procurement Riverside Motel Caravan Park Administration Duties Ensure the indicative functions assigned to the Division comply with relevant legislation and regulation and are delivered in accordance with adopted strategies and plans, realising quality outcomes for members. This will be achieved by Providing oversight of the organisation™s financial functions and processes, including but not limited to budget preparation, monitoring and reporting, investment management, financial analysis and compliance. Ensuring the information and communication technologies utilised by the organisation are reliable, fit-for-purpose, and support core operational activities. Providing sound asset management systems, processes and controls. Delivering a records management function that ensures information security. Providing administrative support to other divisions during peak periods or periods of leave. Coordinating the annual policy review cycle. Sourcing, evaluating and procuring external services andor providers. Delivering the annual and biennial conferences on time, within budget and to a high standard. Supporting call centre operations by efficiently and effectively administering member information. Ensuring the General Secretary, Executive and Management Group has access to accurate information and reports (planned and on-demand), guidance and advice for timely decision-making, risk management and planning activities. Coordinating the management of the Riverside Resort, including but not limited to operations, finance, and service assessment, review and improvement, to ensure quality outcomes for members and guests. Assessing and reviewing the service and support needs of the General Secretary, Executive and Division Managers, ensuring the union best-placed to deliver quality outcomes for members. Managing, supporting, developing and guiding the work and performance of staff reporting directly to this role and through them, the staff of the division. Contributing to the performance of the Union leading by example, demonstrating professional conduct, making the best use of knowledge, experience and skills, and being accountable for the decisions made. Ensuring employees of the division are held accountable for their WHS responsibilities as outlined in the Union™s policies and procedures, and regularly review WHS performance. The jobholder is required to undertake any other duties, projects of tasks as directed by the General Secretary, which are within hisher skills, competence and training. The jobholder is to comply with the Union™s Rules, policies and procedures (as varied from time to time) and undertake training and development where it improves their capability and capacity to undertake the inherent requirements of the position to the standard required by the Union. Lodging Your Application For a list of the selection criteria, please visit httpsusu.org.auvacancies Your application must include Covering letter Response to position criteria Resume Name and contact details for two (2) current work-related referees If you have questions, please contact Human Resource Manager, Clare Dunnicliff on 0478 643645. If you believe your abilities, experience and attitude match the job requirements, submit an application. Applications close 4pm, Wednesday, 29 May 2019.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • ICT Office Manager

    ICT Office Manager This role will play an integral part in supporting the management team of the business, as well as providing administrative support to the team in our Sydney office. The successful candidate will perform activities far beyond that of a regular office manager, extending to supporting Business Development, Operations, Branding and Marketing, with an opportunity to learn all aspects of the business and the consulting industry. Experience and Skills Degree in Computer Science, business or other similar degree. 1-2 years+ experience in administration, consulting or similar. Superior organisational, administrative and time management skills with the ability to manage competing priorities. Advanced computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint and PowerPoint. Experience in managing confidential issues. Experience in developing and maintaining office systems and improving processes. Superior communication and interpersonal skills with sound influencing, negotiating and networking capabilities. Highly detail focused. Highly developed written communication skills. Integrity, discretion and sound judgement. Job tasks and responsibilities Assisting with coordinating the on-boarding of new employees (security passesuser access sharepointoutlook, and other activities that will support the HR activities. Day-to-day administration for Sydney team. Support of operations activities as directed by Operations Manager. Provide assistance with client proposal development. Provide assistance with marketing and branding activities. CoordinateOrganise functions as required. Maintaining and ordering stationery and equipment. Other general office duties as required. To Apply for this role, please go to httpseclair.bamboohr.comjobsview.php?id=33 0487199234

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator - Quality Assurance Systems

    Our client is a small, successful, manufacturingworkshop-based business providing customised products to their professional customer base. Located in Dee Why, they are seeking an experienced administration team member for a full-time, permanent, role. Reporting to the Managing Director and working closely with other team members, this role encompasses a broad range of administration tasks including reception and standard telephone work, data entry, order processing, and administration of the businesss quality management system. To be successful in this role you will need to have an eye for detail and enjoy maintaining accurate and up-to date records and information information that other staff, suppliers, and customers will rely on. You should be highly organised, happy to adhere to (and contribute to) systems and processes, and like to keep on top of your tasks. It is a monday to friday role with possibly some flexibility around start or finish times. Attractive salary pending experience. Public transport (buses only) is close by. A great role for someone who wants a stable, long-term admin role, on the Northern Beaches.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Program Manager

    Program Manager Immediate start, 6-month contract Based in the Sydney CBD close to public Annual salary of 95,000 + super ABOUT THE ROLE The Program Manager is a key member of the Operations team. This customer facing role is responsible for overseeing the administration and day to day operations of a education program ran nationally, including communicating with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the smooth process of all operational functions. Key responsibilities and duties of the role Managing the coordination of this education program by working closely with an overseeing the day to day operation of the Operations Administration team nationally Collaborating with senior management in the decision-making and writing of operational policies and procedures Ensuring policies and procedures are communicated to appropriate staff and implemented accordingly, and training is provided if necessary Ensuring all staff are familiar with audit requirements to ensure the smooth process of reporting Identifying areas and opportunities for professional development for self and direct reports and making recommendations to the National Operations Manager Responsible for managing and maintaining a supportive, productive and professional working relationship with the professional bodies™ counterparts to ensure compliance requirements are met Manage course variations documentation and records, and submitting records to professional bodies Manage course progression for customers through exception data to ensure that the customer fulfill the program requirements for graduation, while managing data integrity for all customer data ABOUT YOU The ideal candidate will be hardworking and committed to ensuring the best customer experience, this person must be comfortable leading a small team nationally. Key experience and responsibilities Proven experience in a Team LeaderLeadership role, preferably in a service environment Proven ability in identifying trends based on the available data to put plans in place Proven ability to mentor team members, and experience managing team members to drive business goals Outstanding customer service, with strong interpersonal communication and negotiation skills Strong initiative, proactivity and decision making in line with role responsibility and accountability Effective analytical and problem-solving skills Strong time management and strong administrative skills in a fast-paced environment Experience with Moodle and RTOM is desirable but not essential Proficient in the Microsoft suite HOW TO APPLY If you are interested, please do submit your resume below. If you have any further questions, please call Claire, 02 9093 4938. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Program Manager

    Program Manager Immediate start, 6-month contract Based in the Sydney CBD close to public Annual salary of 95,000 + super ABOUT THE ROLE The Program Manager is a key member of the Operations team. This customer facing role is responsible for overseeing the administration and day to day operations of a education program ran nationally, including communicating with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the smooth process of all operational functions. Key responsibilities and duties of the role Managing the coordination of this education program by working closely with an overseeing the day to day operation of the Operations Administration team nationally Collaborating with senior management in the decision-making and writing of operational policies and procedures Ensuring policies and procedures are communicated to appropriate staff and implemented accordingly, and training is provided if necessary Ensuring all staff are familiar with audit requirements to ensure the smooth process of reporting Identifying areas and opportunities for professional development for self and direct reports and making recommendations to the National Operations Manager Responsible for managing and maintaining a supportive, productive and professional working relationship with the professional bodies™ counterparts to ensure compliance requirements are met Manage course variations documentation and records, and submitting records to professional bodies Manage course progression for customers through exception data to ensure that the customer fulfill the program requirements for graduation, while managing data integrity for all customer data ABOUT YOU The ideal candidate will be hardworking and committed to ensuring the best customer experience, this person must be comfortable leading a small team nationally. Key experience and responsibilities Proven experience in a Team LeaderLeadership role, preferably in a service environment Proven ability in identifying trends based on the available data to put plans in place Proven ability to mentor team members, and experience managing team members to drive business goals Outstanding customer service, with strong interpersonal communication and negotiation skills Strong initiative, proactivity and decision making in line with role responsibility and accountability Effective analytical and problem-solving skills Strong time management and strong administrative skills in a fast-paced environment Experience with Moodle and RTOM is desirable but not essential Proficient in the Microsoft suite HOW TO APPLY If you are interested, please do submit your resume below. If you have any further questions, please call Claire, 02 9093 4938. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Program Manager

    Program Manager Immediate start, 6-month contract Based in the Sydney CBD close to public Annual salary of 95,000 + super ABOUT THE ROLE The Program Manager is a key member of the Operations team. This customer facing role is responsible for overseeing the administration and day to day operations of a education program ran nationally, including communicating with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the smooth process of all operational functions. Key responsibilities and duties of the role Managing the coordination of this education program by working closely with an overseeing the day to day operation of the Operations Administration team nationally Collaborating with senior management in the decision-making and writing of operational policies and procedures Ensuring policies and procedures are communicated to appropriate staff and implemented accordingly, and training is provided if necessary Ensuring all staff are familiar with audit requirements to ensure the smooth process of reporting Identifying areas and opportunities for professional development for self and direct reports and making recommendations to the National Operations Manager Responsible for managing and maintaining a supportive, productive and professional working relationship with the professional bodies™ counterparts to ensure compliance requirements are met Manage course variations documentation and records, and submitting records to professional bodies Manage course progression for customers through exception data to ensure that the customer fulfill the program requirements for graduation, while managing data integrity for all customer data ABOUT YOU The ideal candidate will be hardworking and committed to ensuring the best customer experience, this person must be comfortable leading a small team nationally. Key experience and responsibilities Proven experience in a Team LeaderLeadership role, preferably in a service environment Proven ability in identifying trends based on the available data to put plans in place Proven ability to mentor team members, and experience managing team members to drive business goals Outstanding customer service, with strong interpersonal communication and negotiation skills Strong initiative, proactivity and decision making in line with role responsibility and accountability Effective analytical and problem-solving skills Strong time management and strong administrative skills in a fast-paced environment Experience with Moodle and RTOM is desirable but not essential Proficient in the Microsoft suite HOW TO APPLY If you are interested, please do submit your resume below. If you have any further questions, please call Claire, 02 9093 4938. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Program Manager

    Program Manager Immediate start, 6-month contract Based in the Sydney CBD close to public Annual salary of 95,000 + super ABOUT THE ROLE The Program Manager is a key member of the Operations team. This customer facing role is responsible for overseeing the administration and day to day operations of a education program ran nationally, including communicating with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the smooth process of all operational functions. Key responsibilities and duties of the role Managing the coordination of this education program by working closely with an overseeing the day to day operation of the Operations Administration team nationally Collaborating with senior management in the decision-making and writing of operational policies and procedures Ensuring policies and procedures are communicated to appropriate staff and implemented accordingly, and training is provided if necessary Ensuring all staff are familiar with audit requirements to ensure the smooth process of reporting Identifying areas and opportunities for professional development for self and direct reports and making recommendations to the National Operations Manager Responsible for managing and maintaining a supportive, productive and professional working relationship with the professional bodies™ counterparts to ensure compliance requirements are met Manage course variations documentation and records, and submitting records to professional bodies Manage course progression for customers through exception data to ensure that the customer fulfill the program requirements for graduation, while managing data integrity for all customer data ABOUT YOU The ideal candidate will be hardworking and committed to ensuring the best customer experience, this person must be comfortable leading a small team nationally. Key experience and responsibilities Proven experience in a Team LeaderLeadership role, preferably in a service environment Proven ability in identifying trends based on the available data to put plans in place Proven ability to mentor team members, and experience managing team members to drive business goals Outstanding customer service, with strong interpersonal communication and negotiation skills Strong initiative, proactivity and decision making in line with role responsibility and accountability Effective analytical and problem-solving skills Strong time management and strong administrative skills in a fast-paced environment Experience with Moodle and RTOM is desirable but not essential Proficient in the Microsoft suite HOW TO APPLY If you are interested, please do submit your resume below. If you have any further questions, please call Claire, 02 9093 4938. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Program Manager

    Program Manager Immediate start, 6-month contract Based in the Sydney CBD close to public Annual salary of 95,000 + super ABOUT THE ROLE The Program Manager is a key member of the Operations team. This customer facing role is responsible for overseeing the administration and day to day operations of a education program ran nationally, including communicating with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the smooth process of all operational functions. Key responsibilities and duties of the role Managing the coordination of this education program by working closely with an overseeing the day to day operation of the Operations Administration team nationally Collaborating with senior management in the decision-making and writing of operational policies and procedures Ensuring policies and procedures are communicated to appropriate staff and implemented accordingly, and training is provided if necessary Ensuring all staff are familiar with audit requirements to ensure the smooth process of reporting Identifying areas and opportunities for professional development for self and direct reports and making recommendations to the National Operations Manager Responsible for managing and maintaining a supportive, productive and professional working relationship with the professional bodies™ counterparts to ensure compliance requirements are met Manage course variations documentation and records, and submitting records to professional bodies Manage course progression for customers through exception data to ensure that the customer fulfill the program requirements for graduation, while managing data integrity for all customer data ABOUT YOU The ideal candidate will be hardworking and committed to ensuring the best customer experience, this person must be comfortable leading a small team nationally. Key experience and responsibilities Proven experience in a Team LeaderLeadership role, preferably in a service environment Proven ability in identifying trends based on the available data to put plans in place Proven ability to mentor team members, and experience managing team members to drive business goals Outstanding customer service, with strong interpersonal communication and negotiation skills Strong initiative, proactivity and decision making in line with role responsibility and accountability Effective analytical and problem-solving skills Strong time management and strong administrative skills in a fast-paced environment Experience with Moodle and RTOM is desirable but not essential Proficient in the Microsoft suite HOW TO APPLY If you are interested, please do submit your resume below. If you have any further questions, please call Claire, 02 9093 4938. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer SIS is an injury management consulting company dedicated to offering high quality professional services that are robust, cost effective and successful We are a young, diverse and dynamic group with strong values towards helping others. We work as a team and, as a company, focus on achieving excellence We know we arent the largest provider, and we are happy with that- we strive to be the BEST and only want the best people working alongside us and growing with us Due to recent growth within the industry and strong gains in new client relationships an opportunity has become available for an experienced, dynamic and positive Administration Officer to join our fantastic team. We believe we are the industry leaders in getting results and outcomes and are looking for likeminded individuals that want to work hard, get results and be rewarded well for it. Do you have what it takes? This role includes, but is not limited to All round high level coordination and management General office administration duties Spreadsheet development and analysis Reporting, monitoring compliance and tracking of service delivery Data review and coordination Invoicing and processing of accounts Preparation of daily, weekly and monthly reports QA management and review Ideally you will have Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Excellent organisational and time management skills An uncompromising eye for detail Excellent knowledge and application of EXCEL, Power Point and Word Ability to work to strict time frames and deadlines Ability to be flexible and multi task according to priorties Strong work ethic and desire to demonstrate 100 accuracy in record keeping Ability to work unsupervised In return you will be rewarded with A friendly, happy, and supportive team to work with A competitive salary package A stable and secure position Career growth Christinesisrehab.com 62 OConnell Street Parramatta NSW 2150 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have as an office manager?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Officer

    Administration Officer SIS is an injury management consulting company dedicated to offering high quality professional services that are robust, cost effective and successful We are a young, diverse and dynamic group with strong values towards helping others. We work as a team and, as a company, focus on achieving excellence We know we arent the largest provider, and we are happy with that- we strive to be the BEST and only want the best people working alongside us and growing with us Due to recent growth within the industry and strong gains in new client relationships an opportunity has become available for an experienced, dynamic and positive Administration Officer to join our fantastic team. We believe we are the industry leaders in getting results and outcomes and are looking for likeminded individuals that want to work hard, get results and be rewarded well for it. Do you have what it takes? This role includes, but is not limited to All round high level coordination and management General office administration duties Spreadsheet development and analysis Reporting, monitoring compliance and tracking of service delivery Data review and coordination Invoicing and processing of accounts Preparation of daily, weekly and monthly reports QA management and review Ideally you will have Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Excellent organisational and time management skills An uncompromising eye for detail Excellent knowledge and application of EXCEL, Power Point and Word Ability to work to strict time frames and deadlines Ability to be flexible and multi task according to priorties Strong work ethic and desire to demonstrate 100 accuracy in record keeping Ability to work unsupervised In return you will be rewarded with A friendly, happy, and supportive team to work with A competitive salary package A stable and secure position Career growth Christinesisrehab.com 62 OConnell Street Parramatta NSW 2150 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have as an office manager?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    Were looking for a Sales Ops Manager to take control of six key aspects of our sales operations “ commission management, reporting, on-boarding of new staff,...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager-Mandarin/English Speaker

    Minimum of 2 years sales experience Aiming at becoming the strongest education and migrate brand in Asian-Pacific region, NewStars Global Group invites you to...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Sales Operations Manager

    Were looking for a Sales Ops Manager to take control of six key aspects of our sales operations “ commission management, reporting, on-boarding of new staff,...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Operations Manager

    Determine current and on going product needs at accounts and look for ways to increase sales. Current driver™s license with clean driving record that meet DOT...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Office Manager Artarmon NSW Why work for PRM? PRM is a boutique, forward-thinking consulting firm who provides clients with environmental and risk management consulting services in the fields of contaminated land, hazardous materials, occupational hygiene and health and safety. We have a young and dynamic workforce who are leading professionals in their fields. We are a team that provides opportunities to all staff who are eager to learn about business development, client communication and technical expertise. We encourage staff to seek further education to increase their knowledge of their chosen fields of expertise. PRM value flexible working arrangements and are a next generation consultancy firm that actively support and promote a flexible working arrangement for all staff. PRM offers a strong team environment and have the ability to grow your career whilst working in a professional, fun and united company. The successful candidate will be rewarded with a highly competitive salary package commensurate with experience and you will have access to flexible working arrangements. Do you have the following? Corporate office management experience. Proficient in Microsoft suite, Adobe, graphics packages, proficient and accurate typing and data entry skills, with strong spellinggrammar and excellent written and verbal communication abilities. Understanding and willingness to utilise and manage social media content. The ability to articulate how you have made improvements in relation to managing an office and why a role like this gives you job satisfaction. Be willing to make necessary changes to the business to move towards an ultimate improvement. The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team. Be adaptable in a varied role that may subjected to change. Be prompt, flexible and have a good attitude.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Office Manager Artarmon NSW Why work for PRM? PRM is a boutique, forward-thinking consulting firm who provides clients with environmental and risk management consulting services in the fields of contaminated land, hazardous materials, occupational hygiene and health and safety. We have a young and dynamic workforce who are leading professionals in their fields. We are a team that provides opportunities to all staff who are eager to learn about business development, client communication and technical expertise. We encourage staff to seek further education to increase their knowledge of their chosen fields of expertise. PRM value flexible working arrangements and are a next generation consultancy firm that actively support and promote a flexible working arrangement for all staff. PRM offers a strong team environment and have the ability to grow your career whilst working in a professional, fun and united company. The successful candidate will be rewarded with a highly competitive salary package commensurate with experience and you will have access to flexible working arrangements. Do you have the following? Corporate office management experience. Proficient in Microsoft suite, Adobe, graphics packages, proficient and accurate typing and data entry skills, with strong spellinggrammar and excellent written and verbal communication abilities. Understanding and willingness to utilise and manage social media content. The ability to articulate how you have made improvements in relation to managing an office and why a role like this gives you job satisfaction. Be willing to make necessary changes to the business to move towards an ultimate improvement. The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team. Be adaptable in a varied role that may subjected to change. Be prompt, flexible and have a good attitude.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Manager

    This role would suit a highly organised person who can work unsupervised in a small office within a factory environment. Working in this small, busy team, your role will include but not limited to Bookkeepingoffice duties Answering telephone Payroll AR AP Quarterly BAS preparation PA duties Essential criteria Strong computer skills experience using MYOB, Outlook, Excel BAS preparation Payroll superannuation knowledge of STP reporting Work autonomously Strong work ethics Can do attitude Minimum of 2 years experience in similar role Please apply by forwarding your cover letter and resume. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration manager? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Administration Manager

    This role would suit a highly organised person who can work unsupervised in a small office within a factory environment. Working in this small, busy team, your role will include but not limited to Bookkeepingoffice duties Answering telephone Payroll AR AP Quarterly BAS preparation PA duties Essential criteria Strong computer skills experience using MYOB, Outlook, Excel BAS preparation Payroll superannuation knowledge of STP reporting Work autonomously Strong work ethics Can do attitude Minimum of 2 years experience in similar role Please apply by forwarding your cover letter and resume. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an administration manager? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Which of the following accounting packages are you experienced with? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • Office Coordinator

    Office Coordinator Clemenger Group are currently looking for an Office Coordinator to join their Concierge team in Sydney. PLEASE NOTE This is a 3 month temp position As our Office Coordinator, you are the face of the agencies and will have a pivotal role in our clients, visitors and new staffs first impressions. You will need to demonstrate exceptional people and organisation skills and a passion for the agencies and their people. In doing this you will need to embrace and demonstrate the following attitudes and approaches to your work A confident, friendly and approachable manner. An ability to juggle several requests and a relentless determination to see all requests through to the end and a rapid understanding of tasks required. An ability to stay calm under pressure. A team player with a ˜can do ˜what else, solution focused attitude. As part of the Concierge team you will need to work closely with Executive Assistants, Office Managers, IT and Finance to ensure the agencies day-to-day requirements are run smoothly and efficiently. In this role, you will spend a lot of time on your feet. Roles and Responsibilities Ensuring the office is presentable, clean and organised at all times including reception and meeting rooms. Keeping kitchens and bathrooms clean and stocked. Monitoring stock levels of groceries and liaising with suppliers to ensure orders, delivery and stock levels are properly managed. Setting up and catering for internal and external meetings. Managing the bar area and coffee machine requirements and the ability to make excellent coffees to differing client requests. Adhoc errands as requested. Event Management Assistance when required. Prioritise client requests over staff requests in an efficient, friendly yet firm manner. Providing and promoting friendly, professional client and agency service. Flexibility to meet the on-going needs of the Agency and Administration team as priorities change (frequently from hour to hour). Greeting and dealing with all Clients and Agency staff requests in a friendly and efficient manner (on the phone and in person). Ensure you are punctual at all times. Reception relief when necessary (covering lunch hours, leave cover etc) Technical capabilities Proficient in MS Office - Outlook, Word, Excel PowerPoint. Other things that would make you succeed in this role Exceptional people skills, organisation and administration skills. Hospitality experience preferable Willingness to learn skills and processes to increase your effectiveness and efficiency. Proactive approach to requests and ability to work on your own initiative. Willingness to take on responsibility and meet obligations. Strong communication with all you work with. Strong attention to detail and high degree of organisational skills. Confidence in dealing with all clients, agency teams and internal external companies. Care and responsibility for Clients and the Agency - demonstrating the willingness to go the extra mile be honest and considerate in all dealings. A ˜can do, ˜what else attitude. The Clemenger Group supports an inclusive workplace and welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds. To gain an insight as to what it is like to work at Clemenger Group please click on the people story below

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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