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Seeking a Content Designer to work within a multidisciplinary team within the department.The Role:We are seeking a Content Designer to work within a multidisciplinary team within the department. You will have outstanding writing and editing skills and the ability to translate complicated information into plain English in as few words as possible. Skills and Experience Required: Extensive experience of writing for the web, with proven ability to create content that is accessible and usable Proven experience in using metrics and user feedback to define and improve content Proven experience in managing relationships with stakeholders Proven experience in working with content publishing systems
Nice-to-have skills and experience  Ability to work with geographically dispersed teams Transparent and collaborative at all times Outcome focused - aligned to what is important and adds value
Contract Term - Immediate start 14 Months Contract   Security Requirements - Applicants must be Australian Citizens to apply. A Baseline Security Clearance is Required. Applications close 26 April. Please upload your resume to apply
Call Jo Finchett *****36 + click to reveal for any further enquiries 
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About the company
Identified as a leader in the Australian retail industry, this national retailer is known as the go to place for home, business and educational needs. With 160 stores nationwide the success is evident as the company continues to grow despite the change in the forever changing retail environment. This stems down to its people and the commitment to delivering a responsible and sustainable business to the community.
About the role
In this role you will be responsible in ensuring not only yourself but the team are delivering the company strategy. Motivating a team through change initiatives and working towards a common goal is key to success. The customer will be the key focus, making sure products are in the right place at the right time.
  
Duties
Lead a team of 30 Stock inventory management Merchandising People management Recruitment and Selection P&L exposure Customer service
  
Skills and experience
Previous Store Management experience Performance management exposure Change management Visual merchandising using planograms Stock management Customer service orientated Team coaching and development
  
Company Culture
No company is successful without its people. Employees enjoy working for this company for the exciting and motivating culture that lies within the heart of every team member. With huge opportunity for personal development, supportive leaders want to grow future leaders from within.
  
How to apply
Simply click on the APPLY button and ensure you submit an up to date copy of your resume. If you want to know more about the role, for a confidential chat call Dean on *****80 + click to reveal.
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About the company
Since 2005, this well-known Australian food chain now dominates the market with over 125 restaurants nationwide. With a fun and welcoming environment comes a range of delicious products on offer that has customers coming back for more. This is an opportunity to join a successful business and have the opportunity to develop in your career that promotes talent from within.
  
About the position
A super cool, fast paced Assistant Manager Position with an excellent training and development program that will see you move up the ranks with the right attitude and a great work ethic. You will be directly supporting the Restaurant Manager and managing a great team of like-minded individuals.
The team is 15 people strong and you will have excellent support. You will be instrumental in coaching, training and developing your team as well as being seriously customer focused. Your role will be around 40 hours, no split shifts and a mix of days/nights.
  
Required Skills and Experience
Friendly, can- do attitude and the ability to motivate their team Passionate about customer service and ensuring that the customer experience is spot on. Familiarity with structures and processes while maintaining the energetic venue environment. Comfortable with budgets/KPI’s and managing a team within those guidelines.
  
Benefits
Salary of 48-55k plus super Quarterly Bonus structure (potential of $6k paid) Career Development Generous Discounts Work life balance Great team/fun culture
  
How to apply
If you are looking for a new opportunity were hard work is rewarded, Apply Now! For a confidential chat about the role, Contact Dean on *****80 + click to reveal.
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About the company
Identified as a leader in the Australian retail industry, this national retailer is known as the go to place for home, business and educational needs. With 160 stores nationwide the success is evident as the company continues to grow despite the change in the forever changing retail environment. This stems down to its people and the commitment to delivering a responsible and sustainable business to the community.
About the role
In this role you will be responsible in ensuring not only yourself but the team are delivering the company strategy. Motivating a team through change initiatives and working towards a common goal is key to success. The customer will be the key focus, making sure products are in the right place at the right time.
  
Duties
Lead a team of 30 Stock inventory management Merchandising People management Recruitment and Selection P&L exposure Customer service
  
Skills and experience
Previous Store Management experience Performance management exposure Change management Visual merchandising using planograms Stock management Customer service orientated Team coaching and development
  
Company Culture
No company is successful without its people. Employees enjoy working for this company for the exciting and motivating culture that lies within the heart of every team member. With huge opportunity for personal development, supportive leaders want to grow future leaders from within.
  
How to apply
Simply click on the APPLY button and ensure you submit an up to date copy of your resume. If you want to know more about the role, for a confidential chat call Dean on *****80 + click to reveal.
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Great salary package Generous discounts Growth & career progression
This amazing retailer is an iconic part of Australian ladies fashion and is a well-known label with over 95 stores nationally. Offering a wide range of stylish fashion and accessories, this brand is every shoppers paradise for all events from casual chic to formal glam. Known for their quality products and premium designs, they are a fast paced business who is rapid expansion plans and a hugely successful online and international presence.
Set in a beautiful presented store, we are looking for an Store Manager to join this high performing team in Canberra. We are looking for someone who is passionate about styling, customer service and knows how to get the best out of their teams. If you have retail management experience in ladies fashion, footwear or accessories we would LOVE to speak with you!
Duties of this role:
Recruitment & development of your team Strong communication skills Working towards achievable KPI's Stock management & monitor shrinkage
You will have:
Management experience in fast fashion Leadership skills, ability to inspire and motivate Passion for customer service and styling experiences Visual merchandising prowess Desire to grow a career in retail management Vibrant and animated personality
Are you ready to turn the page? Start working for a brand that truly values you! Apply now - more locations available!
APPLY NOW!
 
To apply for this exciting role, please forward your resume in our preferred Word or PDF format of 2MB or smaller to: *****@sinclairrecruitment.com.au + click to reveal quoting Ref: 83406.
For any queries regarding this or other roles, please phone Sarah Campbell on 1300 JOBHUNT (562 486).
Voted Australia's favourite recruiter 2011, 2012 and 2013 and a Sara Legend from 2014 to 2016

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING A 100% OWNED AUSTRALIAN COMPANY
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I am Christine Cannell, a teacher by profession from San Pedro, California. I'm very happy that Mr James Richard Dyson of Jennard Investments Limited granted me a loan, after being turned down and rejected by my bank and other credit union I visited, I was able to secure a loan of $44,000 from Jennard Investments Limited. At first I did not believe I could get a lender to help me out with a loan due to my poor credit, but my curiosity drove me trying, and I am glad I did. For anyone out there in need of financial assistance, here is the email to contact, *****@outlook.com, + click to reveal with contact number: *****13. + click to reveal
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Classification: ANU Officer Grade 5 (Administration)
Salary package: $68,704 - $75,109 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Terms: Part-Time (0.6 FTE), Fixed Term appointment of 12 months Work in a high-performing team that is setting a new benchmark in Student Services  Enjoy the flexibility of a part-time role, working 21 hours per week Work in a beautiful campus environment and be a part of our vibrant community at ANU
Position overview
The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP) leads intellectual engagement with the Asia-Pacific region through research, teaching and contributions to public debate, and seeks to set the international standard for scholarship concerning the region. 
The CAP Student Centre coordinates student, education, student mobility and scholarship administration for the College, with a focus on delivering key objectives in the CAP Operational Plan and Education Plan. The Student Administration Officer is involved in the daily administration of education programs across the College and provides efficient and effective services aligned with the achievement of CAP strategic and operational goals in the areas of student support and business process improvement.
Staff of the CAP Student Centre work in a dynamic teamwork environment, with shared priorities during peak activity periods and the opportunity for job rotation as part of individual career planning and the ongoing assessment of operational needs.
We have an opportunity for a Student Administration Officer to join our team on a part-time, fixed term appointment of 12 months.  
There will be an opportunity to work on a major special project, in addition to working across a broad spectrum of the business of the CAP Student Centre, gaining exposure in both employability initiatives and overseas student mobility programs.  Our team is renowned for excellence in student administration and client service.  To read more about the type of person we are searching for, please review the Position Description linked below.
Applicant enquiries: Ms Suzy Andrew, Manager - Student Services: E *****@anu.edu.au + click to reveal P *****28 + click to reveal
Closing date: 22 April 2018
Position description:  Student Administration Officer_ANUO5.pdf
The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant on *****@anu.edu.au + click to reveal
ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion
Application information
In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:
A statement addressing the selection criteria. A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form. Other documents, if required.
Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.
Please note: The successful applicant must have rights to live and work in this country.
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We are seeking a business analyst to help deliver the three critical projects for our Federal Government Client. 
Contract Length: Until 31st December 2018
About the role:  
The objective of this work is support the delivery of 3 projects critical to the effective delivery and reporting of the department. You will be working within a skilled team assisting with the analysis and documentation of business functions, processes and information associated with the projects. You will be able to develop high quality specifications and documentation to support the development of the new systems and applications.
Security Clearance: 
Baseline
Essential skills and experience
  Proven experience in business analysis Excellent presentation, communication and technical writing skills Demonstrated relationship management skills including facilitation, listening and assessment Understanding of business process management and business requirements of the customers and translating them to specific software requirements Strong technical skills coupled with business intelligence and a deep understanding of customer's needs so that they can be transformed into application and operational requirements Ability to explain simple and complex ideas to all levels of the business Comfortable with ambiguity and able to create structure in an unstructured environment.
To be eligible for this role, you must be an Australian Citizen with a current Baseline Clearance. 
For further information, please contact Sophia on *****39 + click to reveal or click apply now !!
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We are a leading supplier of training services and safety products. Our excellent range of training programs are backed up with technical support and a network of knowledgeable product specialists working together to keep workplaces safe.

We are now looking to expand our team of enthusiastic, quality trainers in the Eastern States and further afield. We are looking for training professionals with passion and excellent presentation skills to deliver training and assessment to a range of client groups in regional areas with a particular focus on the renewable energy sector.

Should your application be successful your responsibilities will include ensuring the delivery of quality training and assessment in accordance with AQF and GWO Standards and meeting the needs of students through your passion for making training interesting.

Training areas include:
Fire Extinguisher & Warden
First Aid, CPR, LVR
Working at Height
Confined Spaces & BA
Rescue – Vertical, Confined Space, Tower
GWO Modules; MH, FAW, FA, WAH

The successful applicant must be prepared to travel and be able to demonstrate:
Qualifications in training areas as listed above
At least 3yrs experience in Training & Assessing
Experience delivering training in the areas listed above
Current Certificate in Training and Assessment (TAE40110 or TAE40116)
Current First Aid Certificate and Drivers Licence
OHS Construction Induction
Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance (Certificates of Currency must be provided)
Ability to maintain accurate and timely records
Flexibility to travel and work on a contractor basis

Personal attributes include a demonstrated ability to deliver excellent customer service and overcome obstacles to ‘make things happen’, sound communication skills including well developed written and oral skills and the ability to coordinate on the fly to get the best outcome for your clients.

We pride ourselves on our continual improvement to training programmes designed to enhance the industry knowledge of our team to service some of Australia’s key growth industries, we maintain a positive and flexible working environment in which you can excel.

Please send your CV, evidence of qualifications and cover letter to *****@wrighttraining.com.au + click to reveal
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We are located in Griffith NSW, a thriving regional town known for its amazing food and wine culture.
Buzzing with true Italian hospitality and utilising only the best authentic and local ingredients this is an opportunity not to be missed as we seek a strong and passionate Chef to complete this team.
Offering a relaxed yet refined style of dining, and a menu showcasing the best of traditional home made Italian cuisine, this role will have you whipping up fresh pasta, seafood, and all of the classic Italian favourites.
We're looking for a Chef who can help to lead this team to success, so the ideal candidate has experience with and can assist in the daily operation of stocktake and ordering, training junior staff, and running key shifts on a busy service across breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Be apart of a large team with flexible working rosters and career progression available.
You should demonstrate:
Experience in similar Fast Paced Italian kitchens Great Leadership and Communication Skills An excellent understanding of kitchen operations Availability to work a roster including nights and weekends Full working rights in Australia Passion for Italian Cuisine a Must!
To apply, please email your Resume accompanied by a CV to *****@ilcorsocafe.com.au + click to reveal.
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Green Light Worldwide’ s Canberra’s delivery team are looking for a Level 1 Desktop Support this role, reporting directly to the IT Manager onsite, will provide professional, customer focused, technical support to their large internal user base. The Level 1 Desktop Support will be passionate about providing exemplary customer service to the end users. This role is ideal for someone motivated to grow their career with tech acumen and the ability to grow quickly in the commercial space. 
Responsibilities: 
Troubleshooting level 1 and 2 technical issues. Ensuring functionality of new hardware. Deploy software updates. Monitor network connectivity.
 Experience: 
Baseline Security Clearance Excellent communication skills, attention to detail and motivation to kick-start your career. Experience supporting Windows 7/8/10. A good understanding of Microsoft outlook and Office. Knowledge of Active Directory, Exchange and SCCM. The ability to work autonomously to get the job done.
 
Green Light is one of Australia's most successful and fastest growing IT services businesses. We offer a wide range of IT services in Security, infrastructure and Systems Integration to a diverse customer base throughout Australia, New Zealand, SE Asia and Europe. 
If interested in the role, please contact Dan Carn – Resource Manager *****@greenlightworldwide.aptrack.co.uk + click to reveal or *****10 + click to reveal for further information. 
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Canberra based Baseline 
Green Light are assisting in delivering projects for an industry leading organisation and have a rare and immediate requirement for a talented Project Manager. 
Responsibilities:
Reviewing with Service Management, Vendors, internal IT Support Groups and Business Support Groups of the new product support needs. Documenting each service components, establishing ownership and negotiating required level of support. Consulting and providing support to stakeholder management and project team, focusing on service functionality, service implementation and handover into operational environment. Creating and implementing a comprehensive communications plan. Management of internal and external escalations to ensure successful outcome.
 
Requirements:
Baseline Security Clearance  Infrastructure experience  The project manager will have at least 3 + years of general project management experience over variety of teams and differing budget sizes. Proven experience working for an IT Vendor / System Integrator Responsible for managing communication, quality, scope, resources, budget, time,procurement and risk aspects of the project - and will have clear approach to managing these aspects . The project manager should very familiar with a variety of project delivery techniques - such as Prince2 / PMPBOK / Agile and Waterfall processes, and System development lifecycles. An understanding of ITSMF / ITIL models will be very helpful. Excellent written & verbal communication skills, as well as being articulate, analytical and a team player
If you feel you are a good fit for the role click APPLY or call Ben on *****84 + click to reveal.
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Our Federal Government client located in Woden is seeking an exceptionally skilled/experienced Web Content Analyst to assist in populating content for their new website.
We are seeking someone who can curate a large volume of content, in-line with a new content framework and centralised content governance strategy.
The objective is to create a user-focused digital presence, to align and consolidate the existing web presence which will make it easier for consumers and stakeholders to access our information and services
To be considered you'll have the following skills & experience:
Ability to research, write in plain English and edit for the web. Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. Understanding of govCMS or other web content management systems. Writing high volumes of customer focused and action-based content for websites. Strong analytical skills and familiarity with Microsoft Excel and other statistical analysis programs. Ability to identify user needs and demonstrate how content decisions support these needs. Deliver using an Agile framework.
Location: Woden
Contract: till 30 June 2018 with 6-12 month renewal option
Please Note: Australian Citizens only please, with current Baseline clearance.
For further information please contact Shar Grieve and the GMT Team on *****00 + click to reveal
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Full time government contract available for an experienced administration and customer service representative to support a broad range of departments. If you are adaptable, have strong computer skills, a friendly phone manner, and looking for work/life balance, we would love to talk with you about our current government opportunities.
The Role:
The aidministrative management of the site and office equipment reception, switchboard and referral services for clients administrative support to Casework Teams, and support to the Manager Client Services, Castwork Specialists, Psychologists, Legal Officers and Court Liaison Officers
The Skillset:
A background in administration Friendly nature and professional phone manner Attention to detail and strong written communication Advanced computer skills Exposure to SAP (desirable)
The Reward:
Entry into the government sector Above award pay rate Ability to support rewarding cases and projects Fun and energetic work environment Work/life balance
If this sounds like you, click APPLY NOW or email your resume and cover letter to *****@nationalworkforce.com.au + click to reveal
*only shortlisted applicants will be contacted*
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APS 4/5 Records Management Support Officer:
Canberra based
Must have NV1 clearance
Records Management experience and/or qualifications desirable
Strong organisational and time management skills
Sound judgement and effective communication skills
Ability to work effectively individually or within a team environment
Ability to work proactively and with minimal supervision.
Exciting one year contract opportunity (with possibility of extension) for experienced NV1 cleared Records Management Support Officer to work in a fast paced team within a well-known Government agency.
Key responsibilities include but not limited to:
Maintain and administer security records (both in digital format and hard copy) creating new files and file parts closing files transferring files between agencies management and destruction of files digitising files Other related duties as directed by the Team Leader or Director.
If you are driven, motivated and have a NV1 clearance and are looking to take the next step, then click apply now!
Need more information?
Get in touch with Shilpy Bhutani (*****@hudson.com + click to reveal) in Hudson Business Support team, quoting job no. 1A/13339. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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APS 6 Security Clearance Digitisation Team Leader:
Canberra based
Must have NV1 clearance + Cert IV in Govt. Security (Personnel Vetting)
Strong organisational and time management skills
Sound judgement and effective communication skills
Ability to work effectively individually or within a team environment
Ability to work proactively and with minimal supervision.
Exciting one year contract opportunity (with possibility of extension) for experienced NV1 cleared Security Clearance Digitisation Team Leader to work in a fast paced team within a well-known Government agency.
Key responsibilities include but not limited to:
Vetting the contents of all files Manage any exceptions or anomalies in line with existing policies Obtaining the relevant approvals and completing the required documentation to destroy files Reviewing and amending records in the relevant electronic database Managing the team, in line with the values of the organisation Developing and updating monthly statistics and weekly advice of the teams output Any other support or vetting functions as directed by Team Leader or Director.
If you are driven, motivated and have a NV1 clearance and are looking to take the next step, then click apply now!
Need more information?
Get in touch with Shilpy Bhutani (*****@hudson.com + click to reveal) in Hudson Business Support team, quoting job no. 1A/13339. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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APS 4/5 Security Clearance Digitisation Officers:
Canberra based
Must have NV1 clearance
Strong organisational and time management skills
Sound judgement and effective communication skills
Ability to work effectively individually or within a team environment.
Exciting one year contract opportunity (with possibility of extension) for experienced NV1 cleared Security Clearance Digitisation Officers to work in a fast paced team within a well-known Government agency.
Key responsibilities include but not limited to:
Preparing and scanning files
Organising and shelving prepared documents
Operating scanner and software
Undertaking quality assurance processes
Creating and capturing accurate records in a Record Management system; and
Any other support functions as directed by Team Leader Client Services or Director.
If you are driven, motivated and have a NV1 clearance and are looking to take the next step, then click apply now!
Please apply online quoting 1A/13329. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
Need more information?
Get in touch with Shilpy Bhutani (*****@hudson.com + click to reveal) in Hudson Business Support team.
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Start your career in financial markets with the Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM). The AOFM is a small agency offering rewarding professional opportunity.  The AOFM is an Australian Government agency that issues government securities and manages financial investments for the government.  The AOFM provides generous assistance for work-related study and professional development.
Role Overview: The successful applicant will work with senior staff and gain experience in wholesale financial markets involving aspects of risk, portfolio management and sovereign debt management. The expected start date is January 2019 but an earlier start may be negotiated with the successful candidate.
Qualifications: Degree qualification in finance, economics, applied mathematics, commerce or a related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution is required. Postgraduate qualifications in finance would be highly regarded.
Experience: Experience in developing or applying spreadsheets, databases or other financial management tools is desirable.
This position is based in Canberra.  We will pay relocation costs for successful candidates.
Contact Tim Reddan (Senior Advisor – People) for a confidential discussion on *****77 + click to reveal.
Please go to the AOFM website for details about how to apply at http://aofm.gov.au/about/careers/
 
Applications close 5:00 pm on Monday 30 April 2018 and should be lodged via our website.
 
Shape Australia. Create your Future
 
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Start your career in financial markets with the Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM). The AOFM is a small agency offering rewarding professional opportunity.  The AOFM is an Australian Government agency that issues government securities and manages financial investments for the government.  The AOFM provides generous assistance for work-related study and professional development.
Role Overview: The successful applicant will work with senior staff and gain experience in wholesale financial markets involving aspects of risk, portfolio management and sovereign debt management. The expected start date is January 2019 but an earlier start may be negotiated with the successful candidate.
Qualifications: Degree qualification in finance, economics, applied mathematics, commerce or a related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution is required. Postgraduate qualifications in finance would be highly regarded.
Experience: Experience in developing or applying spreadsheets, databases or other financial management tools is desirable.
This position is based in Canberra.  We will pay relocation costs for successful candidates.
Contact Tim Reddan (Senior Advisor – People) for a confidential discussion on *****77 + click to reveal.
Please go to the AOFM website for details about how to apply at http://aofm.gov.au/about/careers/
 
Applications close 5:00 pm on Monday 30 April 2018 and should be lodged via our website.
 
Shape Australia. Create your Future
 
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Start your career in financial markets with the Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM). The AOFM is a small agency offering rewarding professional opportunity.  The AOFM is an Australian Government agency that issues government securities and manages financial investments for the government.  The AOFM provides generous assistance for work-related study and professional development.
Role Overview: The successful applicant will work with senior staff and gain experience in wholesale financial markets involving aspects of risk, portfolio management and sovereign debt management. The expected start date is January 2019 but an earlier start may be negotiated with the successful candidate.
Qualifications: Degree qualification in finance, economics, applied mathematics, commerce or a related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution is required. Postgraduate qualifications in finance would be highly regarded.
Experience: Experience in developing or applying spreadsheets, databases or other financial management tools is desirable.
This position is based in Canberra.  We will pay relocation costs for successful candidates.
Contact Tim Reddan (Senior Advisor – People) for a confidential discussion on *****77 + click to reveal.
Please go to the AOFM website for details about how to apply at http://aofm.gov.au/about/careers/
 
Applications close 5:00 pm on Monday 30 April 2018 and should be lodged via our website.
 
Shape Australia. Create your Future
 
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Start your career in financial markets with the Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM). The AOFM is a small agency offering rewarding professional opportunity.  The AOFM is an Australian Government agency that issues government securities and manages financial investments for the government.  The AOFM provides generous assistance for work-related study and professional development.
Role Overview: The successful applicant will work with senior staff and gain experience in wholesale financial markets involving aspects of risk, portfolio management and sovereign debt management. The expected start date is January 2019 but an earlier start may be negotiated with the successful candidate.
Qualifications: Degree qualification in finance, economics, applied mathematics, commerce or a related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution is required. Postgraduate qualifications in finance would be highly regarded.
Experience: Experience in developing or applying spreadsheets, databases or other financial management tools is desirable.
This position is based in Canberra.  We will pay relocation costs for successful candidates.
Contact Tim Reddan (Senior Advisor – People) for a confidential discussion on *****77 + click to reveal.
Please go to the AOFM website for details about how to apply at http://aofm.gov.au/about/careers/
 
Applications close 5:00 pm on Monday 30 April 2018 and should be lodged via our website.
 
Shape Australia. Create your Future