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EACH is a creative, responsive, innovative organisation that provides leadership and excellence through the provision of a diverse range of integrated services that improve health, wellbeing and community participation throughout Australia.
EACH is guided by the principles of the social model of health; holistic service provision; continuous quality improvement; consumer and community participation; and development of the diverse social aspects of the community we work in.
Data & Application Solution Architect
Part Time Eastern Suburbs Location(Vic) Salary Packaging Available Not-For-Profit Organisation
We are seeking a Data & Application Solution Architect for a newly created role in EACH's professional and friendly Business Technology & Information (BTI) team. This is a part-time position of 0.5 FTE. You will be working in the Project Team and will be responsible for the delivery of solution designs for significant technology projects.
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the transformation of IT at EACH as the new IT strategy is implemented to support future growth, service innovation and NDIS service delivery.
Experience that will be highly regarded:
Experience within a non-profit environment is desirable, but not essential. Excellent knowledge of all aspects of solution architecture with over 10 years in project delivery environments. Good understanding of enterprise architecture with some experience at maintaining enterprise application architecture documentation or repositories.
Qualifications:
An understanding of TOGAF approaches and certification is desirable but not essential. A post graduate business or information technology qualification is desirable but not essential.
Please see the Position Description for a complete list of ideal candidates' attributes and experiences.
Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria.  The successful applicant must be willing to undergo a National Police Check prior to commencement and have a current Working With Children Check (if required) to be considered for the role.
For specific information about the role, please contact: Julia Pierobon on *****60 + click to reveal
Vacancy closes 5pm, Friday, 9 February 2018.
For a full position description and/or to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at http://each.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies
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The Company:
Our client is a well-established manufacturer in the Australian personal care industry, creating & delivering high-quality products for 150+ years. With a portfolio of soaps, personal care, home fragrances, & aromatherapy products, both own-branded and contract manufacturing, this is a growing company with a go-getter and fast-paced culture.
About the Role:
A front-line position, you'll be responsible for providing outstanding administrative support to customers of the owned brands portfolio of products. A key part of this role will be ensuring your communication is always courteous, and focused on solutions and building rapport. Duties will include fielding telephone calls, answering emails, processing orders, and other administrative support to office management/staff as required.
Reporting into the Customer Service Manager, your responsibilities include:
Telephone and email communication with Customers, Sales Agents, and Suppliers, and assistance with general and product-related enquiries Process, and track, incoming orders from Customers, Sales Agents, and Website Create and issue invoices & adjust stock when needed Collect & process payments, as well as refunds when required Invoice reconciliation International orders: process, organise freight and documentation Provide accurate info for stocktake Support Accounts Receivable department with documentation Arrange samples for agents, suppliers etc. Assist with Trade Shows Create Word, Excel and PowerPoint Documents as requested Compile various reports for & provide support to Management team on request
Skills & Experience:
Previous experience in Customer Service role essential Must be detail-oriented and well-organised, able to multi-task and prioritise to meet conflicting deadlines Performs well in a fast-paced environment Professional, friendly demeanour Ability to remain calm under pressure and when facing challenging situations or conflict Genuine team player Proactive, positive energy, solid work ethic Excellent verbal & written communication and listening & comprehension skills Fast and accurate computer skills - including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Benefits & Culture:
Great exposure to external and internal stakeholders, including Management Be part of a supportive and loyal team Staff discounts on products
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Erica Oroszlany on *****91, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 793382.
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Our client in Epping requires an experienced and adaptable Executive Assistant for a permanent opportunity. The team consists of approximately 20 and you will be providing exceptional support to the CEO and board members as required
Your new role The primary function of the role is to provide exceptional support and coordination for the CEO by coordinating their diary with precision, monitoring and managing their emails, drafting outgoing communication and day to day affairs as well as delegating and following up on their behalf. This includes preparation of board papers and presentations, minutes, agendas and reports. You will also be responsible for ad hoc administrative functions for the other board members as required. You will be highly organised, have advanced IT knowledge, have exceptional communication skills and demonstrated experience with senior level stakeholder engagement. This is a fast paced, constantly changing role requiring initiative, resilience and the drive to go above and beyond.
What you'll need to succeed As the ideal candidate, you will have extensive experience as an Executive Assistant. You must be able to work autonomously, be confident, flexible and embrace change. You will have experience adapting to different managerial styles, outstanding communication skills and demonstrated experience building relationships quickly and maintaining rapport with both internal and external stakeholders. You will be a key contributor to the organisation, so a high level of innovation and initiative will be crucial. You will need to hit the ground running in this role therefore similar experience is essential. Property or facilities background advantageous but not essential.
What you'll get in return You’ll be offered a generous remuneration package and an opportunity prove yourself in a growing company with ongoing career potential.
What you need to do now
To register your interest in this position please click "Apply".
Executive Assistant - State Gov, Sydney CBD , $40-45 p/h, 6 months +
Executive Assistant job in Federal Government organisation in Melbourne CBD starting immediately
Executive Assistants required for various Government And Not For Profit Organisations.
An opportunity for an Administrative Assistant
Varied role admin and accounts, flexible working hours in Port Melbourne, exciting entertainment industry
A CEO job, based in Hobart with Montagu Community Living.
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Warnocks is a Tax and Business Services practice.
We are based in Surrey Hills, close to the train station.

Our graduates work directly with directors, who are a great source of knowledge and experience. Coupled with regular group professional development sessions and assistance throughout your CA studies, Warnocks can be a great place for you to grow. We don't just talk about work/life balance; we work a nine day fortnight.

We value the development of our graduates, so the cost of enrolment into the CA program will be met by the firm. We are looking for a graduate who fits in with the team and who wants to provide excellent customer service.

Find out more about us on our website: www.warnocks.com.au

Applicants will need to have:
• Completed an Australian Bachelor's Commerce/Business degree,
• Completed the prerequisite subjects for the Chartered Accountants Program, or have commenced the program.
Residency Requirements
Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only (inc. New Zealand Citizens)
Application procedures
Please email your application to:
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with "Graduate Recruitment" and your name in the subject title.

OR
Submit your application via our website.
Applications should include:
• Covering letter
• Curriculum Vitae (no more than two pages)
• Academic Transcript or Statement of Results
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Join a growing high-end custom home builder as a Site Manager. Work on architecturally designed new build, renovation & extension projects. Multiple project wins providing a strong pipeline of work.   
The Builder: With a growing project portfolio and long term relationships with some of Melbourne's leading Architect's this is a great time to join a builder who is proving themselves over and over by delivering first class dwellings. They focus exclusively on architecturally designed new build and/or renovation/extension projects.  Site Manager's enjoy a high level of autonomy, working directly with clients, Architect's and other key stakeholders.
The role: As a Site Manager you will schedule & motivate all trades on site, ensuring the project is running on or ahead of time. You will be required to liaise frequently with the client and the Architect, along with other key external consultants. You'll work closely with the internal Estimating team to ensure materials and orders are correct and available. Depending on the size of your project and your capabilities, you may  be required to manage multiple builds at any one time.
About you: You MUST have experience managing architecturally designed residential projects from start to finish over multiple years. References from  either Architects, Structural Engineers & clients will put you to the top of the list - all 3 will guarantee you an interview. You will have a trade background with a keen eye for detail. You will have experience taking full OH&S responsibility on site, minimum Cert 3 or above required
For a strictly confidential discussion regarding this opportunity please phone Shelley Weaver on *****00 + click to reveal or apply via the appropriate link.
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Eastern Suburbs Location • Multi Franchised Award Winning Group • Excellent Income Stream for a Strong Leader
Our client is a well-established multi franchise dealership located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. They are seeking to appoint a Used Car Manager to take charge of all aspects of this vitally important department. The dealership offers modern facilities, volume sales, security of tenure and a friendly working environment.
Applicants for this position must have current or recent used car management experience gained in a franchised dealership. You will have strong sales, closing and organizational skills, and be driven to succeed. You will be able to motivate your staff to achieve their potential and you will fit in well as part of the dealership management team.
An excellent remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful applicant including retainer, generous commission scheme, super and company vehicle. Earnings for a competent operator will be very satisfying.
Interested and suitably qualified applicants should email their resumes to Sam Barbagallo at *****@motorstaff.com.au + click to reveal For many other Motor Industry positions please visit our website at www.motorstaff.com.au, follow us on face book at www.facebook.com.au/motorstaff and join my LinkedIn network. Your resume must contain your address so we can assess commuting requirements. Applicants must be physically located in Australia and must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or hold a permanent residency visa. If you are not an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident, currently located in Australia, your application will not be acknowledged.
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Immediate Start 6 Month contract role Eastern Suburbs Must have strong Senior Level C# MVC Skills
Working across a C#.NET MVC Stack, the client wants an experienced Developer who is excited to share ideas and bring their creative skills to the table.
You will be responsible for applying specialist knowledge and skills in the analysis, technical design and development of software changes to enterprise applications in line with coding standards, methodologies and practices (Agile environment). For this contract role you will need;

C#.NET, MVC SQL Experience on enterprise level complex apps & systems You've worked in mature Agile environments
To apply for this minimum 6 month contract role, please apply with the most recent copy of your CV in MS Word format.
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Start Training is an established Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering high quality, fee for service training and assessment services to the warehousing and construction industries in Victoria. We have experienced strong growth in all areas and require additional trainers. Our emphasis is on providing an exceptional learning experience for our students and we consistently receive top reviews from our students online and on social media. Our students come from diverse backgrounds, and include those who are new to the industry and looking to develop new skills, as well as those who already have extensive industry experience.
We are seeking a full time Trainer and Assessor at our Ferntree Gully Facility for Working at Heights and High Risk Licensing including Elevated Work Platforms (EWP's) and Forklift's. 
 
Applicants must have;
A strong background in Working at Heights, A strong background in the use of Elevating Work Platforms, A strong background in the use of Forklift operations, TAE Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or willingness to obtain these Extensive industry skills and knowledge Excellent communication and organisational skills Empathy and understanding of student needs, and be passionate about conveying their skills to students Experience in other areas including earthworks, confined spaces and traffic management would be desirable 
Applicants must have held licences in their areas of expertise for a minimum of two years.  
The training will be predominantly located at our training centre in Ferntree Gully with occasional training at our Hoppers Crossing facility.   
A current valid driver's licence, police check, First Aid Certificate and Working with Children Card will be needed.
Please send your resume, including a cover letter to Kris Inkster, by Monday 12 February 2018
Kris Inkster
Start Training
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Are you finding it harder to work for a boss? Have you always wanted a better work/life balance? Then build your own business. Start part time or full time.

Simple system to follow
Unlimited income potential
No experience is required
No Stock, No Staff, Not MLM, No Hard Selling
Full Training & Support Provided
No Need To Do Any Cold Calling or Recruiting Friends & Family

If you are serious about starting a business, request more info here - http://www.create-magnificent-life.info/needu/
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An excellent opportunity for a talented Payroll Officer to join a rewarding not for profit organisation on a temporary basis. The ideal candidate will have experience with autonomous payroll responsibilities and will be immediately available.
Client Details
Conveniently based within the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, our client is a well established and leading not for profit organisation who play an integral part in our community. With majority of their funding coming from the support of our community, our client has come a house hold name as they work on providing support and welfare. An exciting opportunity has become available for an experienced autonomous Payroll Officer to join their down to earth and friendly team on a temporary basis.
Description
As the Payroll Officer, you will be reporting into the HR Manager and your key responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Managing end to end payroll duties for up to 500 employees Processing fortnightly and monthly pay runs Updating and maintaining employee files Handling queries from internal stakeholders Manual calculations and adjustments Interpret Awards and EBAs Processing timesheets Other ad hoc payroll related
Profile
To be considered successful as the Payroll Officer, you will have at least 3-5 experience within a similar position. The ideal candidate will have strong attention to detail, have accuracy in data entry and have the ability to work with confidential information. Time management skills, team work and adaptability will allow the ideal candidate to succeed in this position. Prior experience with a large Payroll system will be considered highly advantageous.
Job Offer
Immediate start Convenient Eastern location Not for profit industry Friendly and supportive culture Café on site Close to public transport
To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Shivani Kashyap on *****37 + click to reveal
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Work Tuesday to Saturday – Have every Monday off! High performing office in the beautiful Eastern Suburbs Suits a seasoned professional or someone starting out in real estate
About the Company
Our client has been a market leader in Manningham for nearly 40 years. Specialising in residential and commercial sales and leasing, their company success has been due to their high standards of customer service and ethics.
They have a strong commitment to ongoing staff development and training and possess second to none local area and market knowledge.
About the Role
Due to growth within the company, our client is expanding their property management department with this newly created position. They are looking for a driven professional with impeccable personal presentation to embrace their company vision of second to none customer service, and grow their already impressive rent roll assisting the high performing BDM and two property managers.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Advertising properties for lease Tenant and landlord enquiries Open for inspections General leasing administration
Skills and Experience:
This role is open to candidates who are new to real estate or a seasoned professional.  Specifically, they are seeking:
Agents Representative Certificate Excellent communication skills Victorian Drivers Licence and a reliable, well maintained car Corporate presentation Willingness to learn
Culture
This is a family run business that boasts excellent staff retention and fantastic working conditions.  Do not miss your chance to work for one of the area's best teams!
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Knoxbrooke offers a broad range of programs and opportunities designed to meet the expressed needs of people with a disability that enhances their independence and maximises their quality of life.
Responsibilities include:
Support participants in their showering, dressing, grooming, personal hygiene, meal preparation, meal assistance, planned shopping, (including groceries) and accompanying on chosen outings within community and recreational activities Administer and record participant medication correctly as per their individual's guidelines Domestic assistance Maintain log of duties undertaken (daily) Hours include working on weekdays, afternoons, evenings, Saturdays, Sundays, Public Holidays and sleepover shifts Inform the Services Coordinator of any specific participant issues from the individual themselves, their family, carers or advocates Follow each participant's Individual Care Plan (ICP) Responsible for entering a support log within Knoxbrooke's database system Provide immediate verbal and/or written reports of any significant changes to a participant's circumstances to the Services Coordinator and document these in the individual's participant database file Ensure privacy and confidentiality principles are always maintained Be responsible for the upkeep, maintenance and recording of all participant information and records Have a proactive approach in supporting participants with their Behaviours of Concern through Behaviour Support Plans Be an active and effective team member Abide by the organisations' Staff Code of Conduct Policy and Procedure Represent the organisation in a positive manner at all times
For enquiries or a POSITION DESCRIPTION, please e-mail *****@knoxbrooke.com.au + click to reveal
To apply, please e-mail *****@knoxbrooke.com.au + click to reveal and type in the subject line CASUAL SUPPORT WORKER APPLICATION and you must attach:
A covering letter and Your resume
APPLICATIONS CLOSE AT 5.00PM ON MONDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2018
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Need help with cleaning out material from the back yard and moving timber sleepers from driveway. Looking for a hardworking reliable person who's available during the weekend. Hourly rate of $15.
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Seeking and experienced  Property Manager to manage a portfolio of 150 properties in the local area of Doncaster . 1 in 3 Saturdays for OFIs with the following Friday off in lieu. Company phone and Ipad provided. All day parking only minutes away from the office. Salary $65,000 -$70,000 plus Super depending experience. 
The role
Portfolio around 150 properties
Conduct Routine Inspections
Leasing
Sign ups
VCAT experience 
Maintenance
Arrears
Communication with tenants and Landlords
Salary $65,000 - $70,000 plus super depending exp
Monday to Friday  and 1 in 3 Saturdays with the following Friday off in lieu 
Commission paid on New Business and referrals from Sales team 
About you
Have at least 2 years Property Management experience 
Must hold an agent rep certificate  
Excellent communication and written skills
Organised and pro active 
Rest and Filesmart Knowledge is a bonus 
If you are interested in having a detailed, confidential conversation about this position then Please call Hollie Caldis on *****17 + click to reveal or apply using the link below.
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Weatherbeeta is a market leading wholesaler and retailer in the equestrian industry with 50+ retail stores operating throughout Australia under both company owned and franchise stores.  We have offices in four countries including USA, UK and NZ.
Weatherbeeta offers employees the experience to be part of a global, challenging and diverse work environment that continues to invest and develop staff within their personal and work endeavours. As our company continues to grow and expand both domestically and internationally, it can provide employees with a strong career path and the opportunity to develop within the organisation.
The Role
Dual role with Payroll and Accounts Receivable. Reporting to the Financial Controller, your responsibilities will include:
Payroll:
Fortnightly Payroll for Wholesale, Office, and Retail staff. Superannuation lodgement Payroll Tax lodgement Workcover lodgement Award review and implementation Maintaining the payroll information database Attending to payroll related queries
Accounts Receivable: 
Daily banking entry Entry of payments and reconciliation of debtor accounts Debtor payment management Management of cash sales Gift card entry and maintenance  Stakeholder management
Skills and Experience 
The ideal candidate will:
Will have prior payroll experience Accounts receivable experience preferred but not necessary Exceptional communication skills, with proven ability to demonstrate initiative and excellent attention to detail essential  Have an excellent work ethic with aspirations for career advancement

How to Apply
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Jason Lintzeris on *****27. + click to reveal
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Work within a professional team  Ongoing training and development Work with a team of long standing, highly accomplished commercial professionals
About our client
Our client are a well established brand who have a reputation for providing outstanding service for over 30 years. They use the latest systems and procedures and provide a fantastic office culture. 
About the Role
The role is situated within the Commercial Property Management department on a diversified portfolio. Working alongside a small, but dedicated, energetic and positive team of Property Managers you will be supported by talented assistants and administrators. You will have everything you need to succeed!
Tasks will include, but are not limited to:
Managing Lease renewal, exercise of options etc Manage rent arrears Raising of charges and invoicing tenants Carry out inspections Liaise with owners and tenants where necessary Fully maintain rental files including accurate notes. Working closely with Directors and Sales and the sales and leasing team to secure listings
About You
You are experienced in Commercial Property Management You are highly organised with exceptional communications skills. Your computer skills are exemplary You have a strong client focus You must have your Agent's Representative, Victorian Drivers Licence and reliable, presentable car to be considered for this role.
Culture
Our client encourage our people to be themselves, to be different, non-conformists, to be creative & inventive, to grow and develop, to mix it up and experiment with new thinking, to make a difference, to change the way things have been done in the past, to be clever, inquisitive & curious, to ask "what if....."
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To apply, please send through your resume via the link provided. If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact us on *****90. + click to reveal
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About our client
 
As a local Eastern office, our client provides specialised service that only a boutique office can, but enjoys the marketing, training and development support of a large agency group.
 
Their staff enjoy a positive working environment with plenty of room to grow and develop their skills. They are supported with the best tools and materials to ensure they have everything they need to succeed.
 
About the role
 
Working 1 in 4 Saturdays (with a day off in lieu). This role is perfect for an Assistant Property Manager ready to step up and take on their own portfolio of 160 properties. 
 
Tasks will include, but are not limited to:
Inspections Landlord & Tenant liaison Repairs and Maintenance Arrears Enquiries New Business Administration
 
About You
You are an experienced Assistant Property Manager ready to manage a portfolio You have excellent computer skills with particular emphasis on the Microsoft Office suite. You have fantastic knowledge of the Residential Tenancies Act and hold a current Agent's Representative Certificate. You are well presented with strong communications skills, demonstrable by your positive working relationships with your colleagues and clients alike. You will need a Victorian Drivers Licence and reliable, presentable vehicle.
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To apply, please send through your resume via the link provided. If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact us on *****90. + click to reveal
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Qualified Horticulturalists required for Team Leader position, landscape maintenance, south eastern suburbs
Your new company
Our client is a well known landscape maintenance company operating nationally. They are currently seeking a qualified Horticulturalist to lead a busy maintenance crew in Victoria's south eastern suburbs. Working on high profile sites, this company prides themselves on their ability to deliver innovative and superior landscape maintenance landscapes and solutions.
Your new role
As the team leader, you will be responsible for leading a crew of qualified and experienced staff members and casual staff. You will be required to allocate daily works, ensure time schedules are adhered to while providing excellent customer service. With your positive and energetic attitude you will create a friendly and welcoming work culture. In addition to your managerial duties, you will also undertake aspects of landscape maintenance including broad acre mowing, weeding, mulching and planting.
What you'll need to succeed
The successful candidate will have:
Certificate III Horticulture or above Manual drivers licence Proven gardening and landscape maintenance on a commercial scale Leadership qualities and experience managing a team
What you'll get in return
In return for your skills and expertise, you will have the opportunity to work within a well known organisation have the opportunity to further develop your career paid a favorable salary
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 email *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal or call Laura Gill on *****22 + click to reveal
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Due to a increase in workload a Victorian State Government agency is seeking an experience procurement practitioner to join their team on a 6 month contract. 
Your new role As the Procurement Officer you will be working in a close knit team to process a large volume of RFQ and related backlog for a range of goods and services procurement. You will be:

Preparing RFQ and sourcing documentation  Liaising with stakeholders and suppliers Maintaining a documentation registration  Conducting reporting where required
What you'll need to succeed As the successful candidate you will have experience working in a similar fast paced corporate environment with a high volume of procurement activities. Other key skills required are:
Strong attention to detail and high work ethic A Victorian state Government / VGPB background  Thorough understanding of procurement processes A background in science would be highly advantageous
What you'll get in return An initial 6 month contract is on offer at a VPS 4 equivalent rate ($51 - $58 + Super per hour) based in the northern suburbs. There is some flexibility around times and hours work so they may suit a return to work parent or someone with other commitments.
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 *****@hays.com.au, + click to reveal or call Jeff Palmon on *****84 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion about the role. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
At Hays, we value diversity and are passionate about placing people in a role where they can flourish and succeed. We actively encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. Credit Collections Officer role available now on the Northside of Brisbane - Apply Today!
A Temporary Accounts Receivable Officer Position within a NFP Organisation
Adelaide CBD, departmental wide project, MS Project experience essential, Strategic planning position.
Accounts Payable Temp role available to commence immediately!
Work in a Federal Government Department that provides oversight of welfare policy nationally
The Delivery Manager will have the responsibility to oversee project management processes and services
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The Organisation
This organisation is a leading solutions provider that partners with businesses in the grocery, P&C, liquor and pharmaceutical industries. As part of a global organisation, operating across 13 different countries, this organisation has grown substantially in Australia and is looking to continue this growth to become the preferred supplier of information and data analytics in the market place.
What’s great about this role?
As an Account Manager for this business you’ll be part of a supportive, collaborative and high performing culture. The organisation puts a lot of emphasis on maintaining this culture through continuous professional development, internal growth opportunities, quarterly team activities, annual leave incentives and annual charity days.
What you will be doing
As an Account Manager you will be responsible for:
Developing relationships with key client contacts within a wide array of organisations Identifying opportunities within allocated accounts for growth and cooperation Day to day account management Ensuring that all deliverables are met.
What you can offer
The Account Manager will ideally have:
Strong account management skills Proven experience developing and nurturing relationships with clients Examples of successful account management and growth Strong attention to detail and organisational/problem solving skills The ability to work in a team environment and continue to foster the positive culture the organisation has created.
How to move forward
To register your interest in this position, please send your resume in Word Format to Chorus Executive. For a confidential discussion, please call Hani Jaber on *****01. + click to reveal
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Monkami Centre Inc. is a not for profit disability service provider located in the outer Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.  Celebrating its 60th year in 2016, Monkami offers an important and innovative link to the local community through the provision of support and services to over 160 adults with a range of disabilities.
Monkami's aim is to provide each of its clients with quality services and the opportunity to develop skills that will enable them to live with the greatest degree of independence, and we now have full-time and part time positions available to assist us to continue to achieve this.
The Disability Instructor (Band 2) role assists in the development, implementation and monitoring of person centred practice for all clients attending the service whilst supporting the provision of an integrated range of high quality service options that are relevant to the needs of the clients and their families. 
Casual applicants will be required to be flexible in working shifts during the hours between 8:15am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday. Full-time hours are 8:15am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday
A minimum qualification of Certificate IV in Disability (or equivalent) and experience in providing services for people with intellectual disabilities is required.   
Employment details:
This role is covered by a Certified Agreement, with a salary in accordance with Modern Award rates, and will be ideally suited to people who are client, team and quality focused; caring and empathetic; dedicated and reliable; honest with a positive outlook; able to follow and comply with directions, and a genuine commitment to human rights. 
In addition to the minimum qualification requirements, all applicants must have a sound understanding of the Disability Act 2006, Disability Service Standards – Disability related policies and principles, Person Centred planning, Behaviour Support and Medication Administration is highly desirable. 
Current Level 2 First Aid certification is required and an endorsed licence would be desirable.
Need more information?
For more information regarding these opportunities, please call  Human Resources on *****77 + click to reveal or email *****@monkami.org + click to reveal for a position description.
To be considered for this role, please attach your resume and a covering letter addressing the above criteria and quoting full-time or part-time preference, by Monday 5th February 2018.
Candidates must have the right to work in Australia, and employment is subject to a National Criminal History Check and Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme clearance.