Temp Staff Company Jobs In Australia

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  • Office Administrator/Manager

    Sydneys Plumbing Specialists is small award winning plumbing company who operate throughout the Sydney area and work with a number of account clients as well as everyday clients whos office is located in Revesby. We are looking for an experienced office administratorscheduler to help assist our company in all the required administrative roles with a minimum 2 year experience with schedulingadministration. The successful applicant you be the face and voice of this well-known and highly respected business and you will, therefore, need to be immaculately presented and can articulate yourself well. We want someone who thinks outside the box, is capable of problem solving and has a great work ethic and positive work attitude at all times.The successful candidate needs to have great attitude towards delivering exceptional customer service skills at all time. Applicants Duties and responsibilities Well presented. Exceptional communication telephone manner and be able to multi task Punctual and attention to detail Outstanding customer service skills. Knowing how to overcome objections on the phone is a task which is important Positive and bubbly attitude Not have a criminal record (Police checks will be conducted) Highly organised and have strong time management skills and is able to deal with problems in a prompt and professional manner Have an understanding of the Sydney region geographically Is trained in Excel and Microsoft Word Have had experience in design EDMs and minor marketing for social media Has had previous experience in CRM (preferably ZOHO) Has a great attitude on the phone as the applicant will be the first point of contact in the company Previous scheduling role is highly desirable but not a must On the job training will be provided to the correct candidate along with manuals in relation to how our company runs making the initial period as smooth as possible. Bonus pay, company incentives and days off on the staff members birthdays are some of the perks associated with this role. If this sounds like this may be the position for you, please email your resume through too michaelspsplumbers.com.au No resumes from recruitment agencies will be accepted Please do not send through as the resumes will be ignored. 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 administrator? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Do you have previous invoicing experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator

    Malua Waterproofing and associated entities are highly motivated, flourishing family-oriented companies that have been based around Smeaton Grange NSW for over 25 years, serving clients throughout Sydney and the North and South Coasts. We are seeking an experienced full-time office administrator who is confidently able to work across a range of tasks with a strong focus on providing exceptional customer service. Your hours of work will be 9am to 5pm Mon “ Fri and you should be available to start within 2 weeks of securing the position. As you will be the first point of contact for our team and our clients, you will need excellent communication skills, a positive solutions focused attitude and the ability to quickly develop a rapport with existing and prospective clients and with our team. The role is varied including a wide range of administration tasks such as scheduling of jobs, data entry, managing clients, payroll, BAS reporting, all business-related correspondence and running a smooth office. You must be very familiar with Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and have experience using a CRM package. An intermediate to advanced amount of knowledge of MYOB andor Xero would be advantageous. There is public transport and exceptional cafes within close proximity to our office. This role is ideal for someone who is self-motivated and who has previous experience working in a small team with the responsibility for all administrative tasks in a busy office environment. Must be authentic and a good fit for our team and business. Please forward your application, including a resume, to SEEK by COB Friday 9th August 2019.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Allrounder| Commercial Landscaping| Seven Hills

    Office Allrounder Commercial Landscaping Seven Hills Are you looking for a role that is diverse? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment? Award winning landscaping company Do you have a passion for the landscaping industry and want to gain experience with some of the best? This fantastic opportunity will see you using your exceptional administrative skills to successfully assist our team to deliver amazing services to our clients. What will you be doing. Creation of purchase orders and ensuring all invoices are matched against it General administrative duties Maintenance or registers and documentation Assisting the team with pricing submissions Procurement of items and materials within budgets and timelines What will you need? Minimum 2 years experience in a similar role High attention to detail Strong computer skills Customer service focus Excellent written and verbal skills What can we do for you? Various types and sizes of projects to build and diversify your skills Great work culture that will make you feel like one of the family Opportunities for career progression and continual development The grass is ALWAYS greener on our side... now is the time to make your move to Landscape Solutions

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Administrator

    Overview If you have excellent communication skills and are very well-organised, this is the role for you. We are seeking a motivated office administrator to join our friendly, hardworking team. Job Description Below is a list of responsibilities for the position. General Administration The first point of contact for phone enquiries and visitors to the office Provide general support to the management team Attend to the office administration requirements Attend to enquiries from staff and suppliers as required Responsibility for dissemination of WHS (Workplace Health and Safety) and Human Resources information to businesses serviced Develop an understanding of WHSwork safe programs Gain a strong understanding of awards applicable to the businesses we service Responsibility for administering systems to ensure businesses serviced are adhering to requirements, including WHS Learn to process claims for workers™ compensation Assist in the employment of new staff, including preparation and lodgement of advertisements, staff employment contracts and letters of offer Manage employee files and process termination of employees Control leave requests and monitor and track leave accrued Maintain a clean and tidy office environment Essential Criteria Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong command of English Excellent organisation skills, with an eye for detail Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines Strong understanding of the importance of confidentiality and professionalism The Company We are an established business located on Sydney™s lower north shore, close to public transport and on-street parking. We offer a welcoming, relaxed and respectful work environment and opportunity to be part of the company™s growth. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    The ˜Total Ability™ Story Total Ability is fully owned and operated by Paul Crake. After a highly successful sporting career, Paul succumb to a serious injury that left him in a wheelchair. As part of his rehab, learning to drive again formed a very significant step in regaining his personal sense of total ability. In 2011 when the company started, Australia just did not have access to the high-tech driving aid equipment that existed and was so well-established elsewhere in the world. Total Ability was formed with the sole purpose to provide this equipment to the Australian sector. Total Ability prides itself on the core values of ability, learning and service. Paul wants others to experience the independence to drive again. Total Ability is now poised for significant growth. We are the market leader in high-quality disability driving controls and vehicle access solutions. Our product is manufactured in Italy and distributed to workshops throughout Australia and New Zealand. We have also recently opened our own workshop to install driving controls directly. Your Role in our Future The newly formed role of Office Manager has been created to essentially keep the good momentum going in our business through the provision of quality administrative support. Reporting directly to the company director (Paul Crake), the office manager will activate our day-to-day operations in the office, in the workshop and with our suppliers and clients. Key responsibilities include Engage with the warehouse, our installers in each state, our national driving instructor network, referring occupational therapists, funding bodies, clients and our very own mechanical team Manage day-to-day-operations of the office Process orders, give out quotes, book incoming jobs Maintain systems like Xero, CRM and our inventory system Process NDIS related compliance. (Note we will train you on NDIS requirements) Execute components of our marketing strategy Provide general product information (Note High level knowledge not required) Help prepare material for trade shows, events, and training days We are looking for an Office Manager who can contribute Effective management of all administrative load Positive, self-starter attitude to our growing team A focus on keeping us all on track with time management Good common sense problem-solving Good personal work ethic to work as part of a team or alone Confidence to engage with our team, suppliers and customers Authentic communication skills Excellent attention to detail We look forward to welcoming you to our team and helping us to serve our community. Only those with the right to work in Australia need apply.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    Mahony Group Pty Ltd is an established Landscape Construction and Carpentry business specialising in high end residential works. We are are seeking an experienced Office Manager, reporting to the Managing Director. This fast-paced position would suit a self-motivated individual with a strong initiative and the ability to learn and oversee operating systems. Responsibilities Day to day running of the office Coordination and use of Management Supervision of data entry Recording customer payments in accounting software for aged receivables Coordinate Supplier payments with General Manager and Accountant Responsible for organising staff events Assist Managing Director and Project Managers as required Assist insurance broker, accountant, business consultants, legal advisor and premises facilities manager as required Manage and enforce machineryvehicle register Assist in answering telephones Skills Experience Experience in a similar role Attention to detail Time Management Microsoft Office Knowledge in Xero Work Flow Max would be beneficially but not essential Other Full time, permanent position Monday to Friday 8am “ 4.30pm Located in Sydneys Northern Beaches Parking provided onsite Only suitable candidates will be contacted

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager | Funeral Home

    About us As a locally owned and operated family business, we feel privileged to help so many families say goodbye to their loved ones throughout Sydney. We at Caring Funerals are a family that collectively has more than 100 years™ experience serving the people of Sydney. We give the kind of care only one family can give to another. About the opportunity We have a unique opportunity for an experienced Office Manager to join our team on a full-time basis in Five Dock, NSW. In this role, you will manage all aspects of our small business from being the first point of contact for grieving families to supporting them in their journey and celebrating the life of their loved ones. Your duties will include Liaising with clients via phone, email and face-to-face Data entry and account entry Downloading files from the internet to USB (music, photos, videos etc.) Accounts payable and receivable Arranging funerals on and off-site Qualifications experience Experience as an Office Manager or similar Experience in a Funeral Home, a bonus Empathetic nature Excellent communications and interpersonal skills Competent computer skills Drivers licence How to apply We would love to hear from you - Apply now via SEEK with your resume and cover letter. 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • ANZ Sales Operations Manager

    Position Description About Lenovo Lenovo is a 51 billion global Fortune 250 company and leader in providing innovative consumer, commercial and enterprise technology. Our portfolio of high-quality, secure products and services covers PCs, workstations, servers, storage, smart TVs and a family of mobile products like smartphones, tablets and apps. Everyone here at Lenovo is an integral part of the company, working together, across continents, cultures and innovations, all comprised in a friendly, fast-paced, work environment that focuses on one common goal to be known as the best in what we do. Were looking to add talented individuals who are self-motivated and desire boundless opportunities, to join us. Come share in the discoveries that are forged from our shared achievements at Lenovo as we drive the next generation in technology. Responsibilities Head ANZ Business Operations working with the Sales teams, RGM other support functions. Key person to drive BMS Cadence for meeting Targets, follow up on commits, etc.. Ensure all preparations are ready for cadence with AP HQ WW on weekly and monthly basis Serve as the focal point of contact for ANZ and address calls for most general business issue Work with BTIT teams for automation and new IT transition projects Project leader for various DCG projects encompassing across ANZ Develop required dashboards, tools, etc to facilitate business development Single POC for all Operational issues in ANZ Should be able to provide necessary strategic support and stand in for RGM Position Requirements Minimum 10 to 12 years experience in similar position Good leadership skills Strong Communication skills be able to work with the larger teams Should be very strong in analytics Good Business acumen and able to identify areas for performance enhancements Conversant with normal MS Office tools like Excel, Powerpoint, etc Should be IT savvy and able to roll up the sleeves to execute Strong execution skills Strategic Thinker Lenovo is an Affirmative Action - Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a market-competitive salary and benefits package including An external benefits package, an Employee Assistance Program, life insurance, a reward and recognition program that provides the opportunity to win cash and non-cash incentives, flexible work arrangements and professional and interpersonal development programs tailored to your needs. Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.comLenovoANZ Like us on Facebook www.facebook.comLenovoAPCareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Sales Representative/Business Development

    The Company Sloanebuilt Trailers are manufacturers of renowned Tipping Bodies Trailers and are located in Smeaton Grange, South West Sydney neighbouring Macarthur, in one of Australia™s largest growing industrial estates. Sloanebuilt are seeking outstanding employees who will show first class performance in all aspects of their work life. An attractive income will be offered with skills and experience. The Role Sloanebuilt group of companies are seeking to appoint a new sales representative. The key responsibility of this role will be to focus on business development for spare parts and new trailer sales. This position requires the candidate to cover areas that include Sydney Metro, Country NSW and Interstate. The Candidate The successful candidate must be an effective communicator, a team player and has a proven track record in developing good customer relationships. · Ability to work unsupervised. · A technical or mechanical background in Heavy vehicle parts will be highly regarded. · Experience in Hendrickson, BPW or Edbro parts is preferred but not essential. · Possess a strong understanding of the principles customer-service and team-work. · Possess a strong ability to adapt and understand basic computer and workplace systems. · Good verbal and written communication skills. · Good organization and time management. · Good problem solving skills, results-oriented and highly motivated. · Good interpersonal skills with a can-do attitude · Driver™s license · Heavy vehicle license is an advantage If you are keen to become part of the Sloanebuilt Team please forward your resume via email only to careerssloanebuilt.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Manager

    We are a leading civil and structural engineering business providing expertise on large global and national infrastructure projects. Based in North Sydney, we have a highly experienced and knowledgeable team offering project engineering excellence. With a dynamic team of professionals, we are looking for a confident, self-starter to help with the overall administration of the teams and contractors. You will also be working closely with one of the Directors to ensure smooth running of the business. Job Description (but not limited to) Co-ordination of contractor licences, visas, registrations renewals Insurance applications and renewals Filing systems “ on-line and paper-based. Organise and prepare board reports and minutes for board, executive, local and global meetings Arrange and organise meetings for the development of project submissions Ad-hoc tasks and project management for special events as required by key executives andor Board of Directors. Assisting with the marketing, social media and various events of the business as required You will have the following skills and experience Strong Microsoft office skills, including an excellent understanding of Word, Excel, Power-point, Share-point andor Google Drive) Excellent time management skills and be able to meet deadlines High attention to detail, and the ability to manage your own workload on a day to day basis Strong communication skills with teams and individuals who are working remotely, locally and globally. A can-do and solution focused approach to challenges. A minimum of five years working in administrative or marketing positions You will report directly to the Group Business Manager to make a difference both locally and globally to the smooth running of the group. You will receive ongoing training, a competitive salary package, company benefits and genuine long term career progression opportunities. If this sounds like you, please click on APPLY 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator - Sydney

    ABOUT US Duratec Australia is a multi-disciplined builder and maintenance contractor and regarded as one of Australias fastest growing privately owned companies with over 12 branches across Australia servicing the Defence, Mining, Oil and Gas, Industrial, Marine industries along with Government assets and Commercial Infrastructure including heritage buildings. ABOUT THE ROLE Due to an ever growing portfolio of awarded contracts within our NSW Operations, we are currently seeking an experienced Office Administrator to join our team at our new Newington office. Reporting to the State Manager - NSW, you will primarily be responsible for providing all general Office Administration support including reception across the division for our New South Wales operations. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Support the State Manager - NSW and Project Management teams on flight bookings, accommodation and travel bookings Assisting Project Managers with all areas of Project Administration Assisting with tenderbid compilation and submission Meeting organisation, data entry, minute-taking and expense claims Reporting - including assistance collating reports, tracking of project reporting and forecasting Assist in any tender preparation and ensuring documentation is fully accurate Assisting with labour resourcing and tracking of HSECQ KPIs and compliance Raise requisitions as required and work with AP Team to ensure all good and services received are processed in JDE within correct time frames Ensure the efficient operation of the office by maintaining records, document control, library management, registers, files and ensuring accessibility for relevant personnel Liaise with key stakeholders when required to assist ABOUT YOU Minimum of two (2) years™ experience in a fast-paced and varied Office Administration role Experience within the mining, construction or resources industry Ability to prioritise and meet conflicting deadlines in a fast paced environment Be highly articulate with excellent attention to detail Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office JOIN A REWARDING CULTURE We are currently undergoing a period of rapid growth and are seeking motivated, highly organised individuals with strong interpersonal skills to join our NSW teams. Our fast paced and supportive working environment will provide you with a wide range of employee benefits including competitive rates and the ongoing opportunity for career progression. Career Development Employee Recognition Programs Work-Life Balance Mentoring by Industry leaders Rewarding and Supportive Culture HOW TO APPLY If you are ready to take the next step in your career and are passionate about joining a fast and growing company then we want to hear from you To apply please click on Apply and complete the online application form. Duratec Australia is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and other diversity groups. NO AGENCY CONTACT AT THIS TIME

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager/Executive Assistant

    About the role As a member of the Alium Works executive team, you will work alongside the CEO in a fast-paced environment, assisting with tasks such as research, administration and presentation preparation while serving as a valued team member and collaborator. Our ideal candidate will take to every task with initiative, enthusiasm and decisive thinking “ and your responsibilities will include Comprehensive diary and email management Meeting and agenda management Research, reporting and data management Presentation construction Assisting on small-to-medium projects Acting as stand-in project manager “ achieving milestones and liaising with stakeholders Financial reconciliations Managing mentoring sessions and schedules Developing processes to support new business streams Attending internalclient meetings and workshopsprofessional development activities. Coordinating staff travel (interstate and overseas) Social media strategising and maintenance About you Operating in a challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment, you will take pride in your ability to contribute value to Alium Works in a wide range of areas. The skills, attributes and qualities you bring to the table include Five-plus years industry experience Acting in accordance with our vision, principles and mission A spirit of entrepreneurship A confident, can-do attitude Excellent communication and presentation skills Agility, flexibility Adaptable to change and effective in managing it Proactive and solution-based Proficiency in computing and mobile hardware Proficiency in computing and mobile software including Microsoft Office Suite, XERO, social media and Google applications Work independently, efficiently and effectively Knowledge of safety legislation fundamentals Bookkeeping experience favorable, but not essential About your benefits The successful candidate will benefit from Discretionary bonuses The freedom to work from home three days per week Flexible hours for parents returning to work A dynamic and exciting workplace environment A friendly, diverse and inclusive team Ongoing personal development About your key performance indicators Building business knowledge across all operating divisions, key partners, investors, competitors and the broader ecosystem in which Alium Works operates Establishing and maintaining relationships with key internal and external stakeholders Performance against key responsibilities Acting aligned to the company™s vision, principles and values About Alium Works We focus not only on equipping individuals with the skills and credentials necessary for a flourishing career with the nation™s top rail and infrastructure companies, but also work on evolving their personal development through mentorships and individually tailored training. Alium Works is challenging traditional recruitment practices to provide on-the-job training and mentoring to candidates from all walks of life. Our accredited courses and cadetship programmes are also aimed at largely overlooked jobseekers “ applicants lacking experience, parents returning to work, or those without sufficient support or access to resources or opportunity. Our Vision œA career-building and leadership enterprise that offers host companies a distinct advantage in the talent œarms race by accrediting and mentoring motivated, forward-thinking individuals, readying them for careers within the rail industry and beyond. Our mission To be recognised as the leading and most reliable conduit between career-minded cadets and reputable host companies in need of dedicated, job-ready talent. Our principles As a member of our team, you will display a daily commitment to upholding and driving the following principles Raise “ the bar, standards and expectations (our own and the industry™s) Extend “ ourselves, our horizons, helping hands to each other Craft “ results with integrity and humility Grow “ achievements, support, success Own “ our opportunities, our strengths and rooms for improvement, our attitudes, our careers Inspire “ positivity through respect, passion, belief, ambition and drive How to apply To be considered for this role your application must be supported by a 3 min introductory video outlining some of your recent achievements and future goals. Your videos must be in MP4 format and uploaded online (Google or one drive). A link to the video to be included in your application. All applicants are required to undertake a suitability assessment by following using the link below httpssurvey.harrisonassessments.comaqsw-bxnx-ek68 Applications will close on Sunday 8th September 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted before on Wednesday 11th September 2019. 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? How many years experience do you have as an office manager? How many years of people management experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration Team Leader

    Administration Team Leader About BSA BSA is a comprehensive technical services and telecommunications contracting company that has successful long-term relationships with our clients, founded upon a commitment to provide innovative, flexible solutions and a culture that promotes continuous improvement. Check us out on httpwww.bsa.com.au About the new position We are currently seeking to fill a newly created position of Administration Team Leader based at our Olympic Park site, with a key purpose to manage all administration responsibilities related to smart metering contract fulfilment. Responsibilities include Manage and mentor scheduling team Run and prepare reports Ensure SLAs from client are met. Update client portals Interact with the client operations team We are looking for a service focused mindset and Experienced in managing an administration team, preferably in a service environment. Experience in day to day scheduling and routing of work Extensive experience with Excel and data manipulation The ability to effectively interact with internal stakeholders, external suppliers, sub-contractors and clients. Excellent organisation and time management skills with a keen attention to detail. Good telephone manner with an ability to multi task and handle conflicting priorities Client focused with leadership and mentoring experience Are you ready to grow with BSA and take the next step? Apply Now The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Whats your expected annual base salary? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administrator / Office Manager

    Administrator Office Manager Company Established in 2014, MBB Group is a privately-owned project management consultancy based in Sydney operating across building, property, infrastructure and resource sectors. We provide project advisory and project management services to assist our clients during the planning, development and delivery of projects, programs and assets in Australia. The Role At MBB Group you will be facilitating the smooth running of the office, providing support to the management team, and coordinating office procedures. Based at our Wynyard Park office in Sydney, your role will be varied and you will be responsible for anything from taking phone calls and ordering office supplies to organising meetings, activities and events. This role would suit someone with a friendly personality, is organized and can take initiative when needed. Duties Manage the day to day running of the office, filing, printing and ordering office supplies. Provide support to the Senior Management team by helping to manage business issues, client relationships and requests, and diary management. Ad hoc assistance with HR and recruitment including new employee orientation and set-up, and managing the submission of employee monthly timesheets. Assist with the development of the business including tender management, bid submissions and document formatting. Maintain MBBs Quality Management System, ensuring all internal documents and procedures are kept up to date and comply with our business values, policies and processes. Ensure the office is maintained at a high standard that is compliant with WHS laws, contacting cleaners, building manager or third parties if needed. Be involved in all WHS requirements including but not limited to coordination of WHS committee, Fire Wardens and First Aid Officers, reporting any incidents and ensuring the register is up to date and correction action is taken. Attend team meetings and take minutes. Reconcile monthly business expenses and basic bookkeeping. Organise internal company events. First point of contact for phone enquiries and candidate interviews. Skills and Experience Minimum 2 years office manager administration experience Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Adobe Clear and concise oral and written communication skills Excellent time management and organizational skills, with the ability to multi-task Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team If you meet the above criteria and would like to be considered for this role based in Sydney CBD, wed live to hear from you. More information about MBB Group can be found on our website www.mbbgroup.com.au www.mbbgroup.com.au 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Administration and Bookkeeping

    The Company We are small plumbing company based in the Hills District who bring a high level of professionalism and knowledge that our clients have come to expect. Our director has over 15 years™ experience in the trade with a passion to see his staff thrive and his clients rewarded with utmost efficiency. The Role This plumbing company is looking for a professional to hit the ground running in this busy role. You will be working for a dynamic, family run plumbing company and your efforts will contribute to business growth and a smooth process for the team and customers. The primary duties of the role are Liaising with customers and scheduling of jobs. Maintaining customer job status. Liaising with apprentices, obtaining quotes, scheduling works. Monitoring due dates and following up on outstanding work. Invoicing through Xero and reconciling. Basic bookkeeping is desirable. Skills needed Previous experience in a similar role is desired but not necessary. Attention to detail is essential. Fast and accurate typing. Bright and energetic personality with a can-do attitude. Self-driven, highly organised with strong time management skills. Clear and strong communication is a must. Hills District location means that you will need your own transport and an unrestricted driver™s licence. The position will be four days per week. Using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Gmail, Xero and Service Mate. If this sounds like you, please email your interest and CV to shanehogansplumbing.com.au and show us why you think you are the person for this role. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. 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? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Front Office Manager

    Front Office Manager Close to public transport Great location - close to Bondi Junction and Bronte Beach Previous experience required Are you looking for a challenging yet rewarding position with an organisation that allows you to be a part of something bigger? As the Front Office Manager your responsibilities will include Understanding of hospital administration processes from pre-admissions to discharge including informed financial consents, private health funding eligibility, patient accounts, billings, debtors collection, accounts payable Rosters, staffing and supervision of staff including reception, pre-admissions, discharges, billing, theatre bookings and process review Handling of enquiries and conflict resolution The Sydney Clinic is a 44 bed Private Mental Health facility located in the Eastern Suburbs and within easy access to Bondi Junction and Bronte Beach. The Sydney Clinic offers a friendly and supportive staff environment with a strong commitment to the provision of excellence in the delivery of care to our customers. Essential Criteria Promote a positive and collaborative team work environment and business culture Assisting and coordinating internal and external audits Sound knowledge and understanding of medical terminology Exceptional organisational and time management skills as well as an ability to multi-task Ability to develop positive relationships with a diverse range of people both internal and external Willingness and ability to learn and complete new tasks and the flexibility to embrace change Advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, Email, webPAS patient software and Zedmed knowledge preferred) Applications close Tuesday 27th August 2019 For further enquiries Elma Fourie - General Manager, 02 9389 8888 To Apply Please click on the Apply button to be taken to our online application form. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details of 2 professional referees. www.healthscopehospitals.com.au At Healthscope we care for life. Our 19,000 people provide exceptional care in our Australian network of private hospitals and in our leading pathology operations in New Zealand. Our uncompromising commitment to quality and safety is at the core of our success. We are a values-driven organisation and support the principles of diversity in the workplace and equal employment opportunity. Join us to be part of something bigger. We value Service Excellence. Teamwork and Integrity, Aspiration and Responsibility

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager | Leadership Consulting Firm | Exceptional Culture & Environment

    Office Manager Leadership Consulting Firm Exceptional Culture Environment Maximus International is a top leadership consultancy specialising in transforming organisations from the inside out. We partner with clients to understand and embed solutions that create a measurable and immediate impact on their bottom-line. With a proven track record in delivering results, our team of consultants and project managers have successfully worked with over 18,000 of Australias leaders and delivered a broad range of transformative leadership solutions. We have a great opportunity for a bright, highly-organised multi-tasker. Whose focus and passion is for creating a wonderful and unique experience for our clients and also our team, to ensure a fabulous and efficient working environment. Your core responsibilities will include to Office management, administration and support Manage Maximus™s office spaces to ensure the seamless and efficient day“to“day running of our office and event spaces Undertake office administration, support and coordination duties Maintain and coordinate building and equipment maintenance and repairs Support compliance for Maximus™s properties (at the direction of Managing Director™s Executive Assistant or Director™s Executive Assistant) Attend to ad hoc tasks to assist the Executive, Business Management Team and Maximus™s people Maximus experience and support Create a wonderful and unique experience for our clients, who are guests in our space, and our team to ensure a fabulous and efficient working environment The Landing (Our internal learning facility) Act as host and concierge for clients and guests visiting The Landing Coordinate all logistics, equipment and supplies required by clients, guests and Maximus™s people visiting The Landing Project management and events support Coordination of client project materials and collateral Content coordination and collation Events coordination and execution Operations and Finance Manager support Assist our Operations and Finance Manager to reconcile, keep records and file financial and compliance documentation Experience Required You will be confident and energetic in your approach to your career. The position would suit a candidate coming from a reception, administration, events or corporate hospitality background. You will be results oriented and possess and ability to work in a team. Excellent MS Office skills are a must. The hours for this role are 730am - 430pm Monday, 730am - 4pm Tuesday to Friday. Please call Matthew Passerini for a confidential discussion about this opportunity on +61 2 9216 2811 or email matthew.passerinimaximus.com.au. 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 much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Casual Assistant Office Manager

    CORPORATE HOUSE Our company specializes in providing office solutions for businesses both large and small. Reporting to the Office Manager you will have a key role in delivering on the customer service expectations of our clients and prospects. The Assistant Office Manager is responsible for assisting with the efficient functioning of Corporate House Serviced Offices and overseeing administrative support. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES Greeting visitors in a friendly and professional way Ensuring emails are monitored, read and actioned in a timely way Setting up conferences and managing meeting rooms Supervising staff and contractors when required Managing work load to ensure work tasks are completed in a timely way Ensuring that clients, guests and visitors are treated in a friendly way and that they have a positive experience of Corporate House Answering phones, emails and all correspondence in a timely way Proactively manage client complaints and concerns in such a way as to resolve their concerns if it is within your authority to do so You will follow all directions and comply with our Standards at Work Policy, policies and procedures noting that our Standards at Work Policy, policies and procedures do not constitute terms of your contract Maintaining workplaces to a neat and tidy standard Dealing with sales enquiries Ensuring that the Centre is presentable at all times Working with Accounts and ensuring they have all information required for accurate billing ATTRIBUTES Excellent organisational skills Time management skills Good computing skills Well presented at all times Excellent communication skills MORE INFORMATION This is a casual position to predominantly cover personal and annual leave as required with the opportunity to become permanent- part time in the future. Work hours will be between 8.30am- 5.00pm Monday- Friday. Parking available on-site. Start date Monday, 16th September 2019. The application form will include these questions Do you have customer service experience? How many years experience do you have as a receptionist?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Client Services Officer | Front of House

    Client Services Officer Front of House Temporary Full time (12 month contract), 800am “ 430pm Central Ryde Location Salary Packaging Available Affiliated Health Organisation Leave transferrable from NSW Health or other Affiliated Health Organisations Royal Rehab is a leading rehabilitation and disability support provider and registered non-profit organisation. Highly regarded for specialist brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation, our services incorporate supported accommodation, a private hospital, a purpose-built spinal cord injury wellness resort and community services which provide our clients with holistic quality care. An opportunity has become available for an experienced Administration and Customer Focused Officer to join our HR and Corporate Services team. This individual will primarily focus on assisting with the processing and administration relating to patient admissions, discharges, uniforms, reception, fleet management and bookings, based in our reception area. Our desirable applicant will be a personable and experienced officer able to work in our fast-paced environment and be the first point of contact for all organisation enquiries. Your main duties will include however are not limited to Assist in the administration of patient admissions and discharges into the rehabilitation units Assist in the management of the organisations™ fleet of vehicles Organise stationery supplies across organisation as well as managing relationships with external stationery and office supply providers Lead and facilitate the allocation and ongoing management of employee uniforms across the organisation as well as manage the relationship with the supplier Manage organisations main switchboard, including answering all telephone enquiries and redirect enquiries Manage all contact into the organisation through emails, website and faxes Management of organisation mail, including incoming and dispatch Provide administrative and secretarial support as requested Coordinate onsite events and functions including room bookings and setup, catering, contact with participants and coordination on the day. We seek a self-motivated and friendly individual with Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, both formal and informal and exceptional customer service Previous and recent experience working as a medical administrator, managing patient admissions and discharges or related recent experience. Ability to write reports, documents, correspondence and attend to medical dictation work, accurately and clearly Knowledge and understanding of contemporary medical terminology, processes and systems. Demonstrated high level keyboardcomputer skills and use of Microsoft Word, Excel and web-based client management systems Ability to work autonomously and within a multi-disciplinary team environment to meet objectives and timeframes with excellent organisational skills Provide courteous and professional service to external and internal clients, at all times Extensive and demonstrated experience in operating a switchboard. Applications Applications must be submitted via our online recruitment website. To apply, please visit httpsroyalrehab.recruitmenthub.com.auVacancies and complete the online application process. Applications must address the full Essential and Desirable selection criteria, as outlined in the position description All applications made via seek will not be considered. Position Description Contains a full listing of the Essential Desirable selection criteria and can be accessed via httpsroyalrehab.recruitmenthub.com.auVacancies Closing date An immediate start is available and applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. Interviews for the short-listed applicants will be scheduled right away. Further Enquiries Vittoria Barbara, HR Officer vittoria.barbararoyalrehab.com.au (02) 9808 9207 Justin Chand, People and Culture Manager Justin.Chandroyalrehab.com.au We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices and principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all successful candidates.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager

    This is a fantastic chance to join a large Sydney based hotel group which encourages career growth opportunities. The Nelson Meers Hotel Group owns and operates 13 hotels throughout Sydney. We have been established in the hotel industry for more than 30 years and are continually looking to expand our assets and product lines. For those employees that display enthusiasm and a willingness to learn we can ensure on-going career development and promotion. We are looking for a motivated œadministration all-rounder to join our team as Office Manager located in our office at Burwood. This role will work closely with the CEO, playing a pivotal role in helping shape the office policies, procedures and culture while ensuring that the office is operating professionally, effectively and efficiently. Your key responsibilities will include Documentation, maintenance and administrating all group policies and procedures including providing assistance to CEO on matters relating to implementing agreed policies and procedures Management of Group Insurance Policies and Liquor licensing administration Manage relationship with 3rd party IT vendor including monitoring, administering and escalating where necessary Responsible for managing group Electricity Gas contracts and Group Telecommunications and internet contracts Maintaining office supplies, researching specific purchase information for regular goods and services required by the office and negotiating contracts for the supply of goods and services Responsible for the management of the company filing and archiving system Maintenance and monitoring of all lessees Responsible for documentation and administration relating to Human Resources, including but not limited to employee files and policies and procedures Provide back-up support to Finance team Manage and monitor all contractor rates and usage Any banking, postage, receptionist duties as required About you You will have 5+ years of hands on experience managing and coordinating an office environment (small “ medium sized). You will have the ability to identify and recommend process improvements and take ownership of office projects end to end. Your communication skills will be exceptional along with your attention to detail and accuracy. You will be proactive, professional and highly capable of building rapport with internal employees and external suppliers. You will be flexible, highly self-motivated and self-managed. If this sounds like your next role, please Apply Now. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Finance and Operations Manager

    About Arts Law Arts Law is Australias independent national community legal centre for the arts. Arts Law is at the forefront of legal services for Australia™s creators and arts organisations. Our services include free legal advice, education and resources. Artists in the Black is our service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. We are a small and collegiate team working together to achieve great outcomes for Australia™s artists. The position involves interesting and varied work and the opportunity to make it your own. We are an accredited community legal centre with good practices and processes in place. Our mission is to empower artists and creative communities through the law. Role Description The Finance and Operations Manager is responsible for managing the financial activities of Arts Law with responsibility for budgeting, accounts, financial reporting and proper delivery of all financial requirements including taxation, payroll and superannuation, requiring experience with software such as Xero. The role also requires assistance with managing funding for the organisation, reporting to, and liaising with funding bodies. Experience with a CRM such as Salesforce is also needed. The position is responsible for managing and coordinating the day to day operations of Arts Law including IT, human resources and Workplace Health Safety. The position requires a person with great communication skills to ensure strong lines of communication between the administration and legal practice teams. The position requires a flexible approach to work practices including occasional after hours and weekend activities and the ability to coordinate fundraising and profile-raising events. The position reports to the Chief Executive Officer and works closely with her to manage budgets and provide sound financial advice and forecasting to the Board and ensure all compliance requirements are met. If you are interested in the role please contact us for a copy of the position description and selection criteria. Applicants must provide a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and a CV no longer than 3 pages. For the complete job description, selection criteria and how to apply visit httpwww.artslaw.com.auaboutcareers. Do not respond via SEEK. Applications close at 500pm Monday 2 September 2019.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Scheduler/Office Admin

    Access Entry is a leading manufacturer in the Automatic Door industry in Australia. We are looking for an enthusiastic Scheduler Office Administrator, hours of work is 8am till 430pm Mon-Fri. Day-to-day Responsibilities Answering of phone calls in a professional manner Relaying messages to staff in a timely and accurate manner Scheduling Works including arranging access, booking deliveries, arranging pickups, lift bookings, parking arrangements, sub-contractor bookings Creating customer files, including data entry into IMS system Filing and archiving of completed projects Arranging maintenance for company vehicles Accepting deliveries at warehouse overseeing deliveries being sent Maintaining company information databases Sourcing and purchasing of stock as and when required General office duties sorting of receipts and invoices for accounts checking the post Invoicing works daily And all other relevant tasks issued by management. Top Requirements in a Candidate Exceptional Organisational Skills Attention to Detail Proficiency in Excel, Word Outlook Australian Drivers Licence minimum Neat handwriting desired The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Retirement Living Coordinator

    Retirement Living Coordinator Aged care administration experience desirable Competitive rates and salary packaging on offer Be part of one of the largest Christian, NFP organisations in Australia About us As a Christian organisation, with a heritage of service spanning 160 years, we serve older people and those who are vulnerable or marginalised by providing a range of accommodation, care and community services. To find out more please visit www.anglicare.org.au A rare and exciting permanent part-time opportunity is now available at our St Stephens Village and we are seeking an experienced Retirement Living Coordinator. This position will ensure that the complex administrative aspects of the facility run smoothly by providing clerical support for the Village Manager as well as effective staff coordination. Key responsibilities (not limited to) Provide clerical support for the Village Manager for financial matters (purchases and invoices processing), coordination of village events , organise bus outings, and client records maintenance Oversee general reception duties Liaise with maintenance staff regarding village repairs and maintenance, as requested Provide administrative support to our sales team Assist Residents as required Skills, knowledge and experience needed Strong administrative, time management and organisational skills The ability to work independently with minimal supervision, carrying out assigned duties using initiative, discretion and good judgment Ability to work effectively in a team environment Strong PR skills including experience dealing with potentially distressed clients Experience in record keeping, data processing and report preparation Excellent computer skills including the use of all Microsoft Office programs Experience in co-ordination of functions meetings An understanding of basic bookkeeping principles Ability to support and promote the Christian Mission and Values of Anglicare If you are a strong and well-rounded Administrator who enjoys working in an aged care environment, we™d like to hear from you Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply. Anglicare - Jesus Christ honoured, lives enriched and communities strengthened Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date and as such the closing date 30th August.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Executive Office Coordinator | $75,000 + super | Inner City Location

    Executive Office Coordinator 75,000 + super Inner City Location Supported by a career C-Suite Executive Assistant Very busy role Newly created position Events projects support Exciting perks outside of base salary The Opportunity A unique and exciting opportunity has become available for Team Assistant and or Personal Assistant to take the next step in their career within a Healthcare organisation. Our client are an emerging leader in the healthcare space, set for continued growth and expansion over the years to come. With the opportunity to support The Executive Team, it is an exciting time to join this Healthcare organisation. Supporting a variety of personalities, enabling this team of two to enhance their productivity and performance This position whilst 21 in nature (supporting the dynamic executive team), will also require you to be hands on in the office with Events and projects. An immediate start is available however, we will also wait a notice period for the right candidate. Exposure to the medical, healthcare and or pharmaceutical industries will set you in good stead to hit the ground running. The Responsibility The role duties will include but not limited to Supporting on diary management, domestic and international travel coordination and expense reporting for the CEO™s Office Preparing research for internal and external meetings, various presentations, reports and briefs Managing key relationships with clients and guests always enhancing the image and reputation of the CEO™s Office in all engagements Arranging catering, ordering supplies and setting up of AV equipment Undertaking any additional administrative support required to support the efficiency and success of the Executive Assistant, General Manager and the business as a whole. Manage key organisational project meetings for the CEO™s Office including all events logistics i.e preparing meeting papers, circulating resources, arranging catering, managing action items, minute taking and following through on agreed deadlines Supporting innovation through demonstrating initiative in the execution of workshop concepts Driving operational efficiency by continually retaining a focus on process improvement and Undertaking and managing additional special projects and events as directed. The Expertise The ideal candidate will be an experienced TAPA who is proactive, a team player and is a confident decision maker. You™ll need to have strong organisational skills, be customer orientated and capable of working autonomously. It is important your values align with the company™s, and you are adaptable to different working styles personality™s. Ideally with experience working within the Healthcare industry, skilled in the event and project space with at least 2-3 years™ experience within a similar position. The Next Step On offer is a competitive opportunity for personal and professional development and a friendly and supportive environment. If you believe you have the skills required to fill this position, I encourage you to apply online with an updated resume. Alternatively, please contact Louise Tyler at Assistant Sydney for further information on the role on 0455 942 357. chat with us Assistant Sydney is a specialist recruitment firm focused solely on Office Support talent searches, salary benchmarking and career planning. Our goal is to help clients and candidates navigate an increasingly competitive and challenging employment market. assistant sydney Level 32, 200 George Street, Sydney 2000 02 8277 4124 assistantsydney.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Facilities & Administration Officer (part-time)

    We are a global financial services firm with activities in over 25 countries and 85 of the world™s securities exchanges. We offer a broad range of products and services to professional market participants. We have offices around the world and have been operating in Sydney since 1998. Our other main offices are located in Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, London, Amsterdam and Chicago. Primary role responsibilities We are seeking a part-time Facilities Administration Officer to join our Human Resources team. This role provides facilities management and administrative support to the whole team and plays an important role in the smooth running of the office. Manage the Sydney office Facilities and Administration activities Attend to office maintenance queries and organise appropriate service calls Building facilities management. As the first point of contact you will liaise with building management and IT on items relating to building facilities. Answering over-flow calls to the main phone number and greeting visitors when required Organise catering for events and meetings when required Ordering office and kitchen supplies. Maintaining stock levelsordering of kitchen and stationery supplies negotiating competitive rates, procurement of cost effective suppliers Mail and courier management. Collect and distribute mail and newspapers Assisting with organising slide packs for Office Townhalls General ad hoc office support tasks Skills, Knowledge and Experience Facilities Management experience preferred Strong customer service orientationstakeholder management Hands on approach with a can do attitude and have the desire to add value through process enhancement Proven time management and organisational skills, with a focus on achieving results whilst maintaining attention to detail Demonstrated ability to use initiative and proactive in problem solving Excellent communication skills Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint (desirable) Knowledge of WHS legislation desirable ABN AMRO fosters a working environment for people who want to achieve something in life. We make a difference with our expert employees, who are driven by a desire to continue developing. We attract people who take their job and their talents very seriously, and in return we give employees the responsibility and the scope to excel in their role. You will be working with a group of people who have the same drive and vision, but whose backgrounds and experience are as diverse as those of our clients. We are looking for an exceptional candidate who has a professional approach, excellent communication skills and enjoys being part of a busy team. In return, we will offer you an attractive remuneration package, and the opportunity to work in a progressive and innovative working environment. If this is what you are looking for, please apply and outline in your cover letter how your experience fits the above criteria. Applicants will only be contacted if they are successful for an interview. 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Assistant Project Manager

    Help us build the world™s most loved and successful writing centre. Future proof our systems and remove friction from every interaction in the business. Enjoy working autonomously (and remotely) as part of a great team where your efforts are recognised. Please note This role is not a writing-based role. This role won™t be a stepping stone for you to publish your novel “ but you will help others pursue their passion for writing. And hey, you can always write outside of work hours This role is not for anyone looking for part-time work. We expect that you™ll be based in Sydney as we will meet up at least once a week with additional adhoc days to work together in the same office. These meetings will be held in our Milsons Point (Sydney) office. Who are we? We™re the Australia Writers™ Centre, a family owned business helping aspiring writers hone their craft and get published. Our online community is a hub for writers from around the world and our Presenters are some of the most accomplished authors in the country. We™re a small team of do-ers based all over, mostly working remotely. We like making things seamless. What we care about most is an attitude of aspiring toward excellence in everything we do. We™re innovative, we™re geeks, we™re creatives, we™re customer obsessed and we™re fun to work with. We love cats. Who are we looking for? Australian Writers™ Centre is looking for someone who™s ready for the biggest challenge of their career. You have energy to burn and want to implement your ideas. You love making things frictionless. You™re obsessed with improving systems and making things frictionless. What kind of person are we looking for? We imagine you™re looking to have ownership of your own projects, and would welcome more responsibility. You like to play, tinker, test, trial, and generally click around to see what™s possible. You™re not afraid to research your questions online and test solutions yourself. You don™t give up until you you™ve found the solution. It™s that feeling of not being beaten that drives you. You thrive on the personal satisfaction you get from taking a complex problem and methodically working it through to a simple, easy to use system for your team mates to use each day. You™re looking for a long-term, stable role. You don™t have plans to take a sabbatical, move overseas or start a full-time kitten rescue group on Facebook (although we™d applaud you for the latter). You™re happy to grow with our business and understand your role may move in line with typical small business growth. If the following values are important to you, please apply “ Listen carefully to understand the deeper issues “ Give, ask for and accept help “ Self motivated “ Autonomous work life “ Embrace change “ Sense of humour How will you help? Help us make data informed decisions that will be actioned in our marketing, our user experience and our content. We love data. We have a lot of data. We need your help to wrangle the data. We expect you will plan your day by viewing your projects and priorities in Asana each morning. You™ll brief out your work in short summaries for everyone to view, assign work to yourself and others, document as you go and cross train continuously. You™ll be responsible for some of the most important engines of the business. Serious right? We™re a small team but we pack a punch. Each week we produce two award winning podcasts with over 1 million downloads to date, we manage 6 WordPress websites, thousands of students receive our emails and do our online courses and that™s just the half of it. What will you spend your days doing? The 1 aim of this role is to ensure everything we described in the previous paragraph (you should probably re-read it) all happens with as little friction as possible. Specifically you will “ Define issues, gather and prepare relevant data and files, brainstorm your ideas with the team, brief out your work, delegate and manage projects to completion and report back on your solutions. Don™t worry if you haven™t had this level of responsibility before, we™ll train you how to take charge of projects. “ Review HelpScout support tickets to identify issues on our websites. “ Converse with our developers to improve the user experience on the sites. “ Take command of Infusionsoft our marketing software “ Coordinate projects with other team members “ Use attention to detail as the grease to make everything flow What is your background experience? Don™t have experience with WordPress or Infusionsoft? With the training we provide and your knack for picking up new software we™re confident you™ll be moving projects forward and producing great results in the first few weeks. Likely you will have done aspects of this type of role before and or wished for more. You™re keen to prove yourself but the role hasn™t quite encompassed enough areas of the business to be the type of challenge that has you jumping out of bed each day. In our experience the person who would excel at this role will likely have an engineering background, or be a tinkerer of software, perhaps a high-level C-Level management assistant or an admin super star. Mandatory “ The ability to take the complex and make it simple “ Actively listen and check for understanding and commitment “ Perform your work with aspirations of excellence, attention to detail and accuracy “ Continue to work through priorities without being prompted proactive self-starter “ Easily share project status updates at any given time “ Contribute positively to team dynamics “ Keenness to become proficient in software quickly “ Take ownership and responsibility “ Deal with the sometimes repetitive nature of the role “ Be orderly, organised and efficient “ Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines “ No job too big or too small “ Able to work remotely with regular and random days in the Milsons Point office Desirable, but definitely not mandatory Experience and or an interest in “ Google Apps software suite “ CRM software like Infusionsoft or Salesforce “ WordPress and website page (not entire sites) building generally “ Online marketing What™s In It For You? Every day we help aspiring writers fulfil their dreams. We love what we do. Your ideas will be welcomed and championed. You will receive a competitive salary, recognition for your contribution and the support and guidance to do your best work and be intellectually challenged. And, you™ll have flexibility to work from home a few days of the week. Did we describe you? Great. Then we want to hear from you We™re genuinely interested in what makes you tick and how you would approach the challenges of this role. Write us a letter. We love reading, no really. Keep it short, make it long we don™t mind as long as we get to know you and something of your work experience. If you™re a video kind of person, send us a video. Tell us about things you™ve fixed, what drives you crazy, how you™d solve some world problems, the best boss you™ve ever had or who you would like to learn from and why? Really anything. Next steps and application process We™re not in a rush but we will be swift in responding to you. “ Write us a letter and include your resume. We will only consider applications with BOTH a cover letter and resume. “ Due to the amount of applications, only successfully shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager - Small Manufacturing Business

    Working in a busy manufacturing company in the Lidcombe area you will perform all office administration functions. Telephone manor is critical and you will respond to customer enquiries and take orders. Good computer skills are essential experience in MYOB is a plus. This is a small but fun factory environment, the position is 3 - 5 days per week depending on the wishes of the successful applicant. You will be trained to respond to customer sales enquires but there is no cold selling required. You will need to negotiate with suppliers and make purchases to support the factories requirements. You will be familiar with using Excel, Word, email and an accounting system. Please email CV to adminplasticbags.com.au The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as an office manager? Do you have experience in an administration role? How many years of bookkeeping experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Manager / Passionate Administrator

    Tactical Group is a leading strategic advisory and delivery consulting firm focused on property and infrastructure projects in Australia and New Zealand. At Tactical, we employ some of the most experienced and innovative thinkers in the industry and our business will always reflect their clear, dynamic thinking. Our culture thrives upon a strong set of shared values and our drive to succeed. If this sounds like you “ please read on. We are looking for an Office Manager - our perfect candidate will be A seriously passionate administrator who is both excited to get stuck into those mundane but necessary tasks while also identifying efficiency, always striving to find a better way A confident character who will carve out their own role and become the single source of truth across the business while navigating the various team working styles in order to achieve the best results An advanced PC user who has already mastered Word, Excel, PPT and picks up new software with ease. Experience with Visio, InDesign, MS Projects, Xero and any CRM would be ideal but not essential Property, consultancy and or ISO9001 experience will be a real advantage. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to Generally identifying organisational improvements and providing systematic implementation of change Coordination of and collaboration with other back office function to streamline current system Point person for office maintenance and Front of House function Coordination of CRM and related business development activities Development and ownership of all administration systems General team support especially for the Management Team Assisting the internal HR function Assisting with financial management eg. Accounts payable, receivable etc. and Playing an integral roll in the implementation and continual improvement of our ISO9001 Quality, Environmental and WHS Systems. The position is intended as full time but for the right candidate we are open to flexible working arrangement. We are shaking up the application process “ along with your CV, upload a video cover letter of you telling us ˜why you are perfect for us™. Both videos and CV™s can be uploaded to httpswww.dropbox.comrequestsWvVoM8AW1jyrAkgRqaa Videos should be less than 2 mins, don™t worry about the production quality, we just want to get a feel for your personality If you have any questions then please email saryantatcticalgoup.com.au.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office manager

    Hey there, we™re Slik, a digital creative agency based in Redfern and we™re looking for a new member to join the team. Since its inception, SLIK has grown and worked under the same collaborative mentality that drives our success. Everyone at SLIK brings something special to our team. Our unique backgrounds and experiences make up the secret sauce that ensures all our digital work has a very human heart. This approach has been a key driver in attracting the best talent across Australia, Europe, America, New Zealand and more to ensure everyone at SLIK brings something special to the team. For the Office Manager role duties will involve General office and administration duties Maintain office, including stationery, staff amenities, kitchen supplies and general requirements, mail and couriers Coordinate with IT on all office equipment Excellent organisation and customer service skills. Schedulingorganising meetings between client and agency Scheduling team events Ability to work independently or as part of a team Tracking leave balances and reporting Maintaining office staff by onboarding and training new employees Coach, mentor and discipline office staff Greeting and looking after clients when on site Assisting the directors where needed Scheduling, managing and reporting on staff reviews Maintaining agency social media channels Content creation for agency profile Support with all SLIK PR activity Generate monthly industry updates and insights for SLIK articles Be a key part of the SLIK agency culture A ˜can do™ attitude and the ability to problem-solve issues with integrity, accountability and transparency. Booking all couriers and managing deliveries Tracking budget expenses Manage all travel arrangements domestic and international, including arranging itineraries, flights and accommodation Attend team meetings and send out follow up actions Required skillset for this role Minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role Previous experience in human resource management ideal but not essential Experience in managing travel both domestically and internationally Background in administration, office management practices, PR experience an advantage Exceptional time management and organisational skills, with the ability to meet deadlines Experience in building relationships with external and internal stakeholders A high level of attention to detail and accuracy Exceptional communication skills Advanced level of Microsoft Office skills Able to work well under pressure and be able to prioritise Proactive, professional and highly capable of building rapport with people at all levels of the organisation Current Drivers licence is a must 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have customer service experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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