457 sponsor Apprentice

General Administration and Data Entry Clerk

Job Overview:

We are Globalscope company looking for an energetic Data Entry Person who can work for our busy office, The suitable applicant must reliable, punctual, hardworking and have the capacity to work on weekend days, must have an excellent phone manner and a desire to succeed.

Job Tasks and Responsibilities:

• Ensure that all customers receive the highest level of service
• Making inbound and outbound emails & phone calls
• Strong computer skills (preferred other programs)
• Respond to customer queries in a timely manner
• Other administration duties as required
• Data entry and record keeping

Required Skills and Experience:

• High attention to detail
• A strong and positive work ethic
• Exceptional customer service skills
• Minimum 2 years experience in similar role
• Excellent verbal & written communication skills
• Strong problem solving and trouble shooting skills
• Strong ability to multi-task and work under pressure
• Intermediate use of Microsoft Office including Word & Excel

If you think you have the skills, knowledge and experience that fit this description, we want to hear from you!

To apply or if you have any further questions, please send CV/Resume to ***** + click to reveal

Please note: only short listed candidates will be contacted.

One of the largest, most successful company is looking for new Administrative Person to join our team ASAP! If you are looking for data entry and are interested in becoming a part of a our team then apply today. We understand and want to invest in you, but can be confident that new opportunities will be there for advancement in your future.

Responsibilities and Duties:

• Sort and organize paperwork after entering data to ensure it is not lost
• Retrieve data from the database or electronic files as requested
• Must be able to pass background check and drug screen
• Verify data by comparing it to source documents
• Type in data provided directly from customers
• Perform various office duties as assigned

Qualifications and Skills:

• Great attention to detail and professional attitude
• Previous experience in data entry or other related fields
• Self-motivated, creative and innovative excellent problem solving skills
• Must be self-directed and able to complete projects with limited supervision
• Work effectively as a team member, participating actively and constructively
• Communicates effectively and display a professional manner when dealing with anyone
• Excellent time management skills, task oriented, excellent organizational skills, ability to prioritize work load

If you think you are the perfect candidate for this role, then send your updated CV to ***** + click to reveal

We thank all candidates for their interest.
Lead the delivery of all member contact across phone, face to face and digital member services and advice Join at a time of unprecedented transformative change Executive position reporting to the CEO
About us
ESSSuper is one of Australia's biggest super funds with nearly 134,000 members and over $27 billion in funds under management. We’re changing rapidly to meet the needs of our members who make an essential contribution to the community.
About the Opportunity
You’ll be at the forefront of ensuring the delivery and impact of the services our members rely upon to improve their retirement readiness and maximise their retirement outcomes.
Your brief will be to integrate our core member services by evolving the structure, capabilities, methods and operating practices of the team. Through this, you will maximise member retention, minimise member defection and optimise the distribution and quality of general and personal advice to key member segments.
As a key member of our Executive Team, you’ll contribute to a broad cross-section of initiatives at a transformative time for the organisation. Specific challenges will include:
Evolving a scalable and successful financial planning model; Developing a strategic model for building employer, employer body and union relationships; and, Integrating the call centre into the division, crafting a pathway for providing a consistent and seamless member experience across all direct and digital member touch points.
What we're looking for
You’ll be an energetic people leader capable of setting a vision and engaging people and teams to collaborate with each other to realise it. You’ll be comfortable working in a small environment – 150 people – where your impact is sometimes strategic, sometimes operational and always visible!
We’re looking for someone with a good grasp of the challenges facing the superannuation sector having solved problems in a similar or comparable setting. Beyond these traits you will also be:
Experienced leading a business that provides high levels of service to customers across multiple channels which not only meet customer needs but also drive digital self-service. Adept at leading organisational change, challenging accepted wisdom, fostering exploration and innovation. A proven driver of performance and efficiency of the process. A sophisticated user of data to inform decision-making and set strategy.
What we offer
IMPACT - Your work will have meaning, serving the people who serve the community. We are passionate about serving our members and supporting them in getting the best possible superannuation and retirement outcomes.
DEVELOPMENT - We foster achievement through the development of our people. You'll build expertise and agility that creates professional growth equips you to rise to the challenges of the future.
FLEXIBILITY - Our benefits and work practices promote the health and well-being of our people. We value a supportive, inclusive and family-friendly environment.
RELATIONSHIPS - Being part a small organisation within a dynamic sector draws people to ESSSuper, the supportive work environment keeps them here. You'll build strong relationships and collaborate to strengthen the experience of our members continually.
How to apply
Please click on the APPLY button or direct your application and enquiries to Jarrod Hall at Evolve Intelligence on *****84 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
Applications for this position will close on Wednesday 30th May 2018.
The Firm 
Currently with 9 Partners and headcount of 80 staff Internal teams are very structured with Partner, Tax Manager and various accountants. Tech savvy paperless office and workpapers Social club with quarterly events Firm celebrations for EOFY, Xmas and Grand Final Day Located near restaurants, shops, grocery store and parks
The Rewards 
Join a firm with low staff turnover Outsourced SMSF Vibrant culture and team Bonus $$ and days off for hitting targets Monthly tax banter Optional to join the social club and cricket team Fantastic Training
The Role
Report directly to Partner and SMSF Manager Prepare SMSF Financial Statements & Tax Returns Ensure profitability within SMSF area Provide high level of service and advice to clients and directors Co-ordinating work flow including mgmt and mentoring admin teams Review of Capital Gains Tax calculations Direct client interaction and engagement 
The Person
5+ years in business services & tax Ideally CA/CPA completed  Strong prioritisation and organisational skills Knowledge within MYOB AE and BGL 360 Great verbal and written communication
How to Apply
If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please call Tyler Ames on *****20 + click to reveal. Alternatively email your CV through Seek or directly to ***** + click to reveal (no cover letter necessary!)
Research and analyse complaints, and make determinations on whether to investigate in accordance with legislative provisions. Investigate and resolve complaints with a focus on effective negotiation. Provide clear and accurate advice, written and orally, about complaints to complainants, external organisations, and the team. Effectively communicate with people from diverse backgrounds and manage unreasonable complainant conduct. Manage own caseload and work responsibilities including accurate data entry and record keeping, and managing cases within predetermined timeframes. Work cooperatively and collaboratively as a team member; sharing information, assisting with quality assurance activities, identifying opportunities for improvement and participation in corporate activities.
Skills and experience
To be successful in this role, you will be able to demonstrate:
Excellent written and oral communication skills. Accurate data entry skills. Ability to analyse information and look at problems from all angles when providing recommendations. Work independently and manage cases within predetermined timeframes. Engage and build relationships with stakeholders. System savvy able to pick up new system quickly.
Ideally you will have
Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline or qualifications in Investigations Prior experience in the education sector and/or government. Ability to understand and apply legislation, and an understanding of procedural fairness. Complaints handling experience including case management. Able to identify and drive innovation, identifying improved ways of doing things.
You will be well looked after in this supportive team environment. It is a happy and collaborative team with an emphasis on open communication. They recognise flexible work practices and will provide on-the-job training and coaching. You will not be jumping into the deep end.
How to apply
A criterion for this role is to secure a Baseline Security Clearance.
Candidates should be aware that the security clearance process can take some time to complete. You must have the ability to obtain a clearance, therefore to assist in the timely completion of the required process you will need to be an Australian citizen, have maintained Australian residency for a minimum of 10 consecutive years, or have a current clearance which is able to be re-activated. If you wish to apply please send through your MS word resume following the ‘apply’ link on this web page.
If you would like to know more information please call Sally on *****00 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
By submitting an application you agree to our Privacy and Information Collection Policy located at
The Company:
Our client is a well-established builder who built there business on Townhouse Developments and are now known for a diverse project range across the Southeastern suburbs of Melbourne. Due to their continuous growth and sustained success they are looking to add more capability to their operations department across their Estimating team. As an enthusiastic, driven and experienced professional you will be welcomed into their growing team.
Your New Role:
Accurately estimate and assess the building materials required for each job throughout all stages of construction Obtain relevant quotes and pricing Be involved in adapting estimating systems as the company continues to expand Manage the estimating on your own projects liaising with both drafting & construction teams Produce a variety of BOQs from scratch and get involved with pricing up sales requests
What you'll need to succeed:
Demonstrated experience in a Production Estimating role. Working for a Victorian residential home-builder Knowledge of Residential building codes and guidelines Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills Proficiency using Databuild is essential Organisational skills with a strong ability to multi-task across a variety of activity Diploma of Building or equivalent tertiary qualification is advantageous but not required
What’s in it for you?
A unique opportunity to gain exposure and get involved in different facets of the building industry. You will be working for a leading Residential Homebuilder who is expanding their operations in Victoria allowing you to add value with your experience and expertise. If you would like gain experience working alongside a successful Operations team on an exciting range of houses this is the next step in your Estimating career.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Jamie Collins directly on *****07 + click to reveal or *****08 + click to reveal for more information.
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Talent Partnership are Market Leading Recruiters operating across the Construction and Engineering Sectors.  As experienced recruiters, we hold key relationships with a number of respected Commercial & Residential Construction organisations. Contact our Team for further information on how we can assist with your Career Growth.
Our client is a leading utilities provider. Due to an internal promotion they are urgently in need for a Finance Reporting Analyst with a strong background in SAP BI/ BO to join their team
3 month contract initially; this role will see you responsible for providing support to the development and improvement of data analytics for SAP BI (Business Intelligence), BO (Business Objectives) and BPC (Business Planning and Consolidation) to support better decision making and budgeting/ forecasting processes as well as;
Provide SME's business and data analysis in key BI/BO/BPC system projects to ensure timely completion. Build strong stakeholder relationships Ensure appropriate controls and a standardised framework is implemented for the roll out and development of BI/BPC initiatives Identify opportunities to extend the acceptance, adoption and use of BI/BPC Understanding the end to end process in reporting, budgeting and forecasting to support the finance teams. Drive excellence through standardised reporting, budgeting and procedures.
To be considered in this role you'll ideally;
Be tertiary qualified in IT, Commerce, Accounting other related disciplines Experienced in Finance and IT fields within data analytics, reporting and planning Proficient in Business Intelligence tools - SAP BI/BO Understand data warehousing, ETL concepts and frameworks Experience in forecasting and budgeting processes Experience in visualisation including developing dashboards and reports in SAP BO Strong problem solving skills and high attention to detail Strong analytical and quantitative skills

To apply, click the link and upload your current resume in word format. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please contact Brittany Kyle on *****33 + click to reveal quoting ref no. JO-*****56. + click to reveal Want to know more about Davidson? Visit us at
A successful Chinese Property Developer are seeking a Tax Manager to join their growing finance team.
Your new company
A successful Chinese Property Developer has an exciting permanent opportunity for a Tax Manager to join their finance team. You will join the organisation during a significant period of growth and partner with a number of senior stakeholders.
Your new role
Reporting to the CFO and working from world class offices in Melbourne, this role will work closely with the Australian Property, legal and accounting teams as well as external advisers.
In this role, you will provide tax advice and support for transactions across the Australian businesses including investment management, property development and building projects. This position will offer a diverse range of tax and commercial exposure including the opportunity to work on large complex corporate and property transactions.
Key Responsibilities include:

Provide commercially astute, strategic and technically accurate tax advice to key stakeholders, ensuring a consistent and effective approach to tax risk management. Tax structuring and review of major transactions. This will involve co-ordination and collaboration with external advisers and internal stakeholders. Manage and coordinate the timely delivery of tax advice for day to day tax issues. Foster and maintain effective and collaborative partnerships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders across functions and/or entire organisation. Advise on the impact of relevant new or proposed legislation, decisions, regulations and rulings in tax and related areas.

What you'll need to succeed

6+ years Australian tax experience. Excellent communication in both English and Mandarin is essential. Indirect tax experience is essential. Property and / or investment management tax experience preferred. Relevant financial tertiary qualifications, may include professional accreditation such as CA/CPA or Masters of Tax.
What you'll get in return
The opportunity to further progress your career within a growing business, who offer a dynamic and professional culture.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to ***** + click to reveal or call Bryn Morgan on *****33 + click to reveal now.
The Company
Our client is an ASX listed company working with most cutting edge technologies. The company is going through massive growth at the moment and therefor needs someone who can step into this newly created role and make it their own.
Business Intelligence sits within the Finance function and the role will support the internal finance customers.
The Role
This role will be partnering with stakeholders to understand their needs and how to deliver strategies based on those need. In addition, in this role you will be:
Communicating and championing user experience and information visualisation Managing key relationships with business units to drive user experience objectives and continuous improvements Using knowledge to influence and support the evolution of Finance and BI systems Delivering user experience business outcomes by investigating, identifying, and delivering User Experience
The Candidate
Hold tertiary qualification in accounting, IS or related discipline Demonstrated ability to conceptualise, analyse, and make sound decisions Strong Business Intelligence background with a focus in delivery UX experience
For more informtion please contact Tessa Gould at *****20 + click to reveal or "apply now".
A highly recognised Not for Profit dedicated to improving the well being of both individuals and communities
Your new company
This professional organisation is a highly recognised Not-for-Profit based in Melbourne. The organisation is responsible for providing support to individuals and communities in strengthening their well being through delivery of national projects and community focused campaigns. Currently seeking an experienced Data Analyst on a temporary contract with view to extend for an immediate start.
Your new role
Working within a high quality team dedicated to maintaining a high quality and effective database, you will aid the team through data management & cleansing, statistical and qualitative analysis to produce user friendly data reports to present to key stakeholders both internally and externally. You will be a main point of contact for all data reporting queries to both clients and internally. By coordinating the development and delivery of the database you will ensure the high standard is enforced and the quality of the reports is maintained. In your new role you be working alongside both internal and external stakeholders to ensure your projects are delivered in line with the charity’s brand. Using your data management/analysis and reporting experience you will provide advice based on your research and results, setting strategic goals, targets and documentation on your findings.
What you'll need to succeed
The successful candidate will have the following attributes:
Proven extensive experience working in Data Management (Collection, management, research and reporting) Strong data analysis skill set, ability to development targets and key results for the charity Experience within a research based role delivering evidence backed strategic guidance to key stakeholders Possess high ability communication skills, including ability to present findings in a user-friendly manner Having a tertiary qualification in a relevant field would be highly advantageous

What you'll get in return
A chance to join a leading organisation at a time of expansion with the ability to improve the well being of individuals across Australia. You will be offered an hourly rate between $45 to $65 plus superannuation per hour and the opportunity to help deliver an integral piece of work to the people of Victoria.
What you need to do now
For more information on the position please contact Ciaran Jones, Recruitment Consultant, Hays Policy & Strategy on *****85 + click to reveal
A great opportunity has arisen for a Senior Linux System Administrator with a passion for Openshift, Kubernetes and Docker to join a leading financial services organization who are experience exponential grove.
This role will work be key to making sure the web platforms are secure, scalable and fit for purpose. You’ll be someone who loves to solve scaling infrastructure with open source technology.
You will be responsible for:
Supporting and managing infrastructure solutions across the networks, with a particular focus on security. Managing and delivering infrastructure support. Develop and use tools for systems and infrastructure automation. Managing and support the container platforms.
You have:
Demonstrated experience working on the Linux platform to a high level administrator standard Working knowledge and passion across OpenShift, Kubernetes and Docker Experience in managing multiple stakeholders Experience working with CI/CD pipeline tools Experience in scripting such as bash & PowerShell Working knowledge across Ansible and Puppet.
This is an initial 6 month contract with exceptional daily rates. Passion is a must, and so is being able to deep dive technically. Whilst showcasing your ability, you will also have the ability to expand your skill set.
Rowben Consulting Information Technology specialise in IT positions. If you are interested in this role, or any IT related opportunities, please apply or contact Max Howells for a confidential discussion on (03)…show number.
Our client is currently looking for their next Corporate Account Executive to join their team and manage the existing portolio of clients, whist onboarding new businesses.
Client Details
Our client is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals, who have over 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe.

Our Client:
• Set the professional standard for HR in Australia through HR certification
• Provide education and training services in HR, people management and business skills
• Produce world-class conferences, including our biggest annual event, the AHRI National Convention & Exhibition
• Hold seminars and networking opportunities all over Australia
• Commend excellence in HR practice across Australia through their awards.
Working within a sales team towards individual and collective targets, the primary purpose of this position is to generate sales revenue for AHRI’s suite of corporate
opportunities focussing on sponsorship. Other products and services include but are not limited to CPD (certification, formal education, corporate training, eLearning,
webinars, events, org membership).
The role requires but is not limited to:
Develop customer acquisition plans including target and reporting methodologies, in conjunction with the Manager, Commercial Sales. Account manage both new and existing clients, including phone calls, face to face appointments and effective client database management. Create, deliver and present proposals, prospectuses and bundled packages on time as required. Upsell and cross-sell of AHRI’s products and services through effective bundling strategies Provide input to the development of new sponsorship products and services as requested by customers and prospects
The successful candidate will:

• Well-developed communication, account and relationship management skills with internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
• Extensive B2B, target driven sales experience including cold calling and prospecting for new business, both remotely and face to face.
• Consultative sales style and ability to build strong client relationships
• Ability to build, create and continually improve the value propositions that are relevant to AHRI’s corporate clients, within the means and scope of AHRI’s
capabilities and can achieve and exceed set budgets/targets
• Highly motivated with a positive and optimistic attitude and strong work ethic
• Demonstrated ability to work independently with limited supervision
• Strong presentation, written and verbal communication skills
• Effective time management planning and organisational skills with attention to detail
• Experience in working with teams and effective team player
• Experience working for an association &/or in the not for profit sector highly regarded
• Sound understanding of the HR profession and the HR marketplace well regarded
Job Offer
This is an exciting opportunity for an experience Business Development/Account Executive to take the next step in their career in the HR space.
To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Oscar Knight on *****61 + click to reveal.
Full-time role National organisation Melbourne CBD location
Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL) and Quality Innovation Performance (QIP) have exciting opportunity for a Manager Health & Human Services. AGPAL is the leading provider of accreditation and related quality improvement services to general practices in Australia. AGPAL's subsidiary organisation QIP, established as a result of a merger between Australia's four major primary care accreditation bodies, delivers comprehensive accreditation and support services across the health and human services continuum.
Based in Melbourne CBD this role will report to the General Manager Health & Human Services (via the National Manager) of the National Development Team. The purpose of this position is to execute business development strategies and activities that result in regional client retention and growth within the Health and human services sector, whilst also contributing to the overall national business development strategy.
The key responsibilities of this role include:
Understanding and responding to clients' needs Contribute to meeting revenue and market targets Understanding and responding to market trends and opportunities Reporting on market trends and monthly activity
Key Attributes and Skills required for this role include:
Sales background with experience in the community or human services sector Personal credibility through demonstrated market and industry understanding and engagement Demonstrated experience in business development and key account management Sales mindset with the ability to progress and manage a sale in the community or human services sector Proactive with a results driven approach Ability to build collaborative relationships with others Excellent and influential communicator with people at all levels Ability to manage own performance and meet/exceed targets Takes initiative and provides constructive feedback and tailored solutions Fosters innovation and has a flexible and entrepreneurial style
If this sounds like you then please apply by clicking the 'apply' button by Monday, 4 June 2018. A competitive remuneration package including benefits will be on offer for the successful candidate. Occasional intrastate and interstate travel will be required in this role. For enquiries please send an email to ***** + click to reveal.
Due to the continued growth of the Risk and Compliance division we require an experienced Compliance Officer to be part of this dedicated team.
You will be providing risk based support to the Senior team across Australia. A fantastic opportunity to utilise your knowledge across risk with exposure across multiple business units.
In this role you will be part of an integral team that provides risk based support across various business units.
As an Compliance Officer you will be supporting the alignment of key risks to business objectives , key control benefit assessment and building risk aware culture.
Other key responsibilities include:
Assisting with conducting ongoing monitoring of compliance plans Meeting current regulatory requirements on all compliance group policies Work closely with the entire business to promote awareness and acceptance of regulatory changes Manage the implementation and ongoing refinement of the assurance process
To be successful in this role you will be:
Degree Qualified in Commerce, Law or other other relevant field Proven track record in Risk Management and Compliance Framework application with strong technical and industry networks (internal and external) Demonstrated relationship and stakeholder management with ability to influence/negotiate change within a large financial institution; Able to build strong, open and collaborative relationships Demonstrated track record of working to deadlines; Proven ability in managing conflicting priorities, being efficient and organised Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
To apply please click apply or call Alex Thompson on *****69 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
Great opportunity to join a successful organisation during their exciting growth phase!
Your new company
This company definitely give a whole new meaning to the word culture. With over 6 years of proven success, this company are going from strength to strength. With an incredibly solid team in place, this company recognise that happy employees are productive employees. This 40 person-strong business deliver a range of commercial projects which range across commercial, education, sporting facilities, health and hospitality across new build and fit out. Due to newly appointed projects, there is a requirement for a Contract Administrator to join the team in Hawthorn.
Your new role
You will be responsible for:
Preparation of scope of works, subcontractor packages and procurement schedules Progress claims and variations Excellent communication skills Administration of RFI’s to clients, consultants and architects Working alongside the PM to ensure smooth operations

What you'll need to succeed
Tertiary qualification relevant to Construction Proven experience in a Contract Administrator role in Australia (interstate candidates welcome) A strong ability to liaise with a range of stakeholders and subcontractors An attitude which reflects our clients culture which is positive and solutions focused

What you'll get in return
A company who are experiencing significant growth A strong and genuine career path within the business to Project Manager Brand new, modern offices based in Hawthorn Project diversity- don’t get pigeon holed! Yearly skiing trips! A builder with a strong and impressive list of repeat clients A company with a solid financial track record Friday night drinks Ample car parking space A company who genuinely offer an excellent workplace culture

What you need to do now
For a confidential discussion regarding this role or similar positions, please contact Charlotte Baker on *****66 + click to reveal. Alternatively, please send your CV directly to ***** + click to reveal
EnergyAustralia is one of Australia's largest energy companies providing smart, innovative energy solutions for our customers. We're in an exciting transformation and are committed to becoming a world-class organisation with the customer at the heart of everything we do.
About the role
We are looking for an experienced Change Analyst to effectively support the delivery of business Change Management activities across our Customer Transformation program.  This Program will ensure we are better at delivering great customer experience.  It will provide the tools and capabilities to deliver on our promise to our customers and bring together the modernisation of our processes and build out of innovative technology. 
Your responsibilities will include:
Change management delivery (impact assessments, transition plans, work instructions, communications etc) using ADKAR principles Working closely with a variety of technical and business stakeholders to ensure alignment to the Change strategy Supporting the development of Change Management Strategy in alignment with the Change Leads.
This is a 6 month contract opportunity with a view to extend.
About you:
To be successful in this role you will need:
Demonstrated business Change Analyst experience in a technical implementation environment Experience working with ADKAR principles Strong analytical and organisational skills and the ability to work to deadlines The ability to build effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders Experience in an Agile environment would be an advantage, as would energy industry experience.
For more information please refer to the Position Description (PD) which can be downloaded from the Careers page of our company website.
For any queries not answered in the PD please contact ***** + click to reveal
If you share our passion for making customers a priority, doing the right thing, leading change and want to be part of an organisation focused on making a positive impact, click the 'Apply" button to submit your application.
Applications will close on Sunday 2nd June at 8.00 p.m.
Please ensure you submit your application online as we have an application form which captures some privacy-related information.  We are unable to accept applications sent via email.
Interact Australia is part of a leading national Group of companies called IntoWork Australia which provides workforce and career solutions, as well as a range of community initiatives and programs. Interact delivers NDIS disability community services in Victoria and Queensland, and is currently expanding into other States. It delivers a range of other funded community services and is an approved TAC disability services provider. Interact also delivers Disability Employment Services in partnership with CoAct and is undergoing a major expansion to deliver DES services throughout 12 Employment Service Areas across Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania from 1 July 2018.
Reporting to the Interact Board, you will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of the organisation and its national programs and functions, as well as giving direction and leadership toward the achievement of strategic, operational and commercial priorities set out in the *****20 + click to reveal Strategic Plan.
You will represent the organisation and its values and goals with staff, branch networks, government and regulatory bodies, other key stakeholders and the broader community services sector as well as developing effective relationships with various DES, NDIS and Disability stakeholders.
You will be responsible for identifying and developing new opportunities that will promote Interact whilst being attractive to a wider set of partners.
You will have proven Senior Executive experience for at least 5 years. You will possess exceptional leadership capabilities and management experience, ability to develop and implement strategic change, strong commercial acumen and possess outstanding ability to build, develop and harness sustainable relationships across diverse stakeholder groups.
The successful candidate will be a resilient, dynamic and engaging individual with political maturity, patience and diplomacy skills. Community services management experience within the disability sector and an empathy for a not for profit organisation would be an advantage but is not essential.
Preference will be given to a candidate who brings a strong interest and deep understanding of the disability sector.
This is an outstanding opportunity to represent and lead this organisation in the fast growing NDIS and DES sectors and to set the agenda for growing throughout Australia across a range of disciplines and abilities.
To apply, please visit the Intowork Recruitment Website - select General Manager and apply now.
If you would like any further information regarding the role, please email the recruitment team - ***** + click to reveal
Fantastic opportunity for an experienced Permit Administrator with construction or local government experience. With a strong focus on customer service, this company take pride in their ability to deliver quality homes and a superior service every time.
Due to continued growth in their VIC operation, an opportunity exists for an experienced Permits Officer to join their dynamic team.
In this fast paced role responsibilities will include;
• Applying and receiving building permits
• Document preparation and collation
• Liaising with councils and building surveyors to obtain required information
• Ordering surveys, soil reports and property information
• Checking plans to ensure compliance with the council, title or developer guidelines
To be successful in this role you must have;
• Previous experience working for a high volume residential builder OR strong administration experience with a passion for residential construction 
• A high attention to detail at all times coupled with the ability to manage conflicting priorities
• Strong IT skills with the ability to pick up new systems and processes with ease
• Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport and liaise across the business with ease
• An excellent work ethic will the ability to work in a team towards set deadlines.
If you feel your experience matches the person specification please contact Jemma Hadley on *****00 + click to reveal or click apply. Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted and your application will be treated as strictly confidential.
Our client is seeking an experienced real estate receptionist to join their fun and dynamic team! Located in Malvern, you will be working for a well known & respected agency. 
The assignment:
Answering phones & distributing messages in a professional & efficient manner Assisting with property management & sales queries Greeting clients in a friendly manner as first point of contact Other basic office duties Maintaining a high level of professionalism
To be suitable you must possess: 
Agent's Representative Certificate  Previous reception experience in Real Estate preferred  Strong Communication skills (both verbal and written) Excellent organisational skills  Exceptional interpersonal skills High level of initiative The ability to work well under pressure Immaculate presentation
Career progression opportunities Staff Events throughout the year Plenty of client interaction with walk in traffic End of Month Drinks & fun incentives
Call Lauren Ostler - *****53 + click to reveal
Email ***** + click to reveal or apply now!
*Please note - only candidates with an Agent's Representative Certificate will be contacted*
Junior Estimator / Project manager
We are a medium sized construction business seeking a motivated and experienced Junior estimator/project manager for our Melbourne office.  We have been operating for over 20 years with strong growth every year.
▪ Fast paced opportunity for an estimator within a busy team in the commercial construction space.
▪ Great working team environment.
Our business consists of our Melbourne head office and many branches across Australia, servicing the commercial construction industry, our services are provided on new construction, maintenance and remediation assets.
We have within our team a high level and many years of experience in the industry and a high regard for equal opportunity.
Due to continuous growth a full-time position has been made available for a Junior Estimator / project manager to join our team based in head office Mordialloc Victoria on a full-time basis.
Your main duties will include:
▪ Providing accurate pricing, estimating BOQ and drafting estimates.
▪ Maintaining and producing project records and reports.
▪ Following up on quotes and tenders
▪ Completion of tender requests addendums and submissions.
▪ Liaising with clients to convert tenders into contracts.
Will need to have completed tertiary education with relevant accreditation in estimating, engineering, construction management or have trade/industry background.
Ability to fully understand drawings, details and scope of works.
Ability to thoroughly quote accurately as per scope of works.
Excellent computer skills, knowledge of estimating software ‘Planswift’ would be an advantage.
Good presentation and communication skills.
Strong work ethic, organisational skills.
Ability to meet work deadlines and be able to perform under pressure.
Resume and covering letter in the first instance should be emailed to
yvonne@…show email
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) works in partnership with 14 National Boards and the Office of the Health Ombudsman in Queensland to implement the national regulatory scheme for health professionals.
The Senior Policy and Project Officer will work under the guidance of the National Director Policy and Accreditation and within the Strategy and Policy Directorate to support multi-profession policy and standards development in a range of key priority areas.
This is a fixed term role until 14 August 2019.
In this role you will:
Undertake research in order to assist the National Director to provide advice to the National Boards and AHPRA on key policy issues from a multi-profession perspective Develop and review standards and/or regulatory codes, guidelines and policy for the National Scheme which meet the objectives and guiding principles of the National Law and good regulatory practice Participate in, and / or co-ordinate internal or external resources which have been allocated to research activities and approved projects Provide support as agreed with the National Director; to ensure meetings are well organised, briefing papers are of a high standard and actions and decisions are recorded and implemented in a timely manner, to meet AHPRA and Board requirements Establish and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders internally and externally
 As the ideal candidate, you will demonstrate the following:
Minimum three years as a registered Pharmacist in Australia Demonstrable experience in policy development or working with policy in a regulatory environment Sound understanding of corporate regulatory systems and governance Sound understanding of project management methodology Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
What we offer:
A friendly and supportive working culture with an active social club Great work/life balance with generous provisions for personal leave, annual leave loading, and the ability to purchase additional annual leave Sophisticated open plan workspaces in a 5 star rated building Attractive base salary of $107,911 per annum
 To apply:
Click ‘Apply for this job’ to submit your application and view the position description Please submit your application from a confidential email address where you are prepared to receive all emails regarding the position Your application must include a resume and maximum two page response to at least two of the Qualifications/Experience (Required) under key requirements which are stated in the position description Applications must be submitted by 4:00pm on 1 June 2018 For further information or enquiries please contact Michelle Pirpinias on *****19 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal As part of your application, all applicants external to AHPRA must provide evidence of their right to work in Australia
 E10477 Senior Policy Officer Pharmacy May 18.pdf