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Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated Diploma or ECT Qualified Room Leader to join our team in Brookvale!
Working in a state of the art, technologically advanced centre you will be responsible for:
  • Creating and maintaining a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment.
  • Creating and maintaining excellent relationships with children, families, carers and staff.
  • Developing and implementing the educational program and achieving quality learning outcomes.
  • Mentoring and developing staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with routines, policies, processes and practices.
The successful candidate will have:
  • A Diploma/ECT level Child Care Educator qualification.
  • Confidence and leadership ability.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience documenting learning outcomes.
  • Passion, enthusiasm and a strong commitment to high quality care.
  • A working knowledge of the New Quality Framework, EYLF and NQS.
  • Current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
  • The desire to make a positive contribution to a professional, collaborative and focused team.
This is a full time position with a rotating roster. Little Zak’s offers a negotiable salary, onsite parking, complimentary uniform and a supportive environment where you can grow your career.
If you are interested in a fantastic career move please apply now.
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 810942: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated Early Childhood Teacher to join our team in Brookvale!
Working in a state of the art, technologically advanced centre you will be responsible for:
  • Creating and maintaining a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment.
  • Creating and maintaining excellent relationships with children, families, carers and staff.
  • Developing and implementing the educational program and achieving quality learning outcomes.
  • Mentoring and developing staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with routines, policies, processes and practices.
The successful candidate will have:
  • An ECT level Childcare Educator qualification.
  • Confidence and leadership ability.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience documenting learning outcomes.
  • Passion, enthusiasm and a strong commitment to high quality care.
  • A working knowledge of the New Quality Framework, EYLF and NQS.
  • Current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
  • The desire to make a positive contribution to a professional, collaborative and focused team.
This is a full time position with a rotating roster. Little Zak’s offers a negotiable salary, onsite parking, complimentary uniform and a supportive environment where you can grow your career.
If you are interested in a fantastic career move please apply now.
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 812263: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Job Summary:
Little Zak's Academy are currently seeking a Kitchenhand to assist our CHEF at our Centre in Brookvale!
Little Zak's Academy is a chain of Childcare Centres located in Sydney and prides itself in ensuring quality care.
We are seeking an experienced Kitchenhand to help out CHEF prepare warm, nutritional meals for the children in our care using rotational menus.
This is a casual position, with the attractive hours of 9am - 1pm, Tuesday to Friday, no weekend work!
Working with us will see the following benefits:
- State of the Art kitchen and facilities;
- Uniform provided;
- Ongoing support from management and staff.
Your duties will include helping our CHEF prepare morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea for the children based on a 4 week rotating menu.
You will require the following:
- Previous experience in a similar role desirable.
If you feel this is the position for you, please apply now!
Email Applications also accepted, JOB ID 797570: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated Certificate III or Diploma Qualified Childcare Educator to join our team Part Time in Brookvale!
** You will also be considered for this position if you have experience in Childcare and are 'working towards' a qualification**
Working with us will see the following benefits:
* Permanent Part Time employment.
* 3pm to 6pm, Monday to Friday only.
* Complimentary uniform.
* Supportive environment from our management, nominated supervisor, staff and families.
Requirements:
* Dedicated attitude.
* Responsible and reliable.
* Certificate III/Diploma in Children's Services/Early Childhood, or working towards.
* Current Valid WWCC and First Aid or willing to obtain.
If you feel like this job is for you, then apply now!
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 809640: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Kids Cove Early Learning Centre is privately owned and family run by Little Zak's Academy. Our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated Certificate III Qualified Room Assistant to join our team in Terrey Hills!
Working with us will see the following benefits:
* Full time employment.
* Complimentary uniform.
* Rotating rosters.
* Supportive environment from our management, nominated supervisor, staff and families.
Requirements:
* Dedicated attitude.
* Responsible and reliable.
* Certificate III of Children's Services/Early Childhood qualification.
* Willingness to succeed in the industry.
* First Aid or willing to obtain.
If you feel like this job is for you, then apply now!
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 804746: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position
Aged & Disability In Home Care Workers: Palm Beach - Mona Vale - Belrose - Frenchs Forest - Manly - Dee Why - Narrabeen, NSW
Your application CAN ONLY BE SUCCESSFUL IF you have a reliable motor vehicle to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Palm Beach • Mona Vale • Belrose • Frenchs Forest • Manly • Dee Why • Narrabeen
Providing work in your local area.
This is an energetic, service orientated, home and community health care company.
Seeking caring people to join our in home care team in the Northern Beaches area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable and have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance and transport.
CRITERIA:
Palm Beach • Mona Vale • Belrose • Frenchs Forest • Manly • Dee Why • Narrabeen
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Female support worker, required for person with Cerebral Palsy living in Collaroy Plateau. (Preferably living within 30 mins drive of Collaroy Plateau).

Seeking a support worker to provide care for up to 2.5 hours per shift in the morning on Mondays and Thursdays (7.45am to 10.15am) initially, with a view to increase these hours in future. The shift entails hoist transfer from bed to shower chair, shower, dress, transfer to wheelchair, tidy bedroom, medication assistance, meal prep and assistance.

Essential
Cert 111 Individual Support
Current unrestricted drivers licence
Experience preferred, additional training will be provided.

Qualities Looking For
* Reliability
* Good Communication Skills
* Good Sense of Humour
* Willing to Learn

Required
* Criminal Record Check compulsory
* Current First Aid Certificate

Competitive casual rate plus super
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Prestige Car Dealership • North Shore Location • $60k neg + Sup + Com + Car or C/A of $9k
Our client is a prestige brand, franchised dealership located on the North Shore of Sydney. They are looking to employ an energetic, dealership experienced Service Advisor, if possible with a strong European car background, to join their busy service team.
Applicants must have a technical background and previous dealership Service Advising experience, however senior technicians seeking an off the tools role will be considered if they have customer handling and computer skills. You will be a quick learner, have the customer's well being at heart and be reliable and adaptable. You will be articulate and well presented and have the ability to achieve and exceed expectations. Total reliability and good organisational skills will also be needed.
Salary for this position will be from $60k (neg depending on experience), super + com + car or car allowance of $9k.
Interested and suitably qualified applicants should email their resumes to George Hennessy 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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An experienced SharePoint Specialist required to work on a new requirement for 12 month contract within a large utility organisation.
Key responsibilities:
Provide Subject Matter Expert guidance as a liaison between the Cloud Collaboration team, Technology support teams, Project groups and Internal Business customers. Timely identification/resolution of SharePoint and Project Online related defects and incidents Take the lead in providing and delivering training content sessions either personally or via digital mediums Support integration of applications with cloud versions of SharePoint, Project, K2 and Office 365 Innovate, update, and modernise migrated services Enable users to develop and expand application functionality
Specialist skill requirements
Specialised professional with experience in a similar professional role within a complex corporate technology environment Practical experience in designing, building, deploying, and maintaining Microsoft SharePoint Online sites and associated software. Practical experience with management and support of Project Online  Practical experience and success in engaging, encouraging, and developing user enablement of new technologies Practical experience in the use of enterprise helpdesk software and defect management software Practical experience in providing customer and operational support services in a large enterprise Working knowledge of applications relevant to cloud based environments
 
 
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Mary Norouzifar on *****83 + click to reveal. Please quote our job reference number: *****57 + click to reveal.
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An experienced SharePoint Specialist required to work on a new requirement for 12 month contract within a large utility organisation.
Key responsibilities:
Provide Subject Matter Expert guidance as a liaison between the Cloud Collaboration team, Technology support teams, Project groups and Internal Business customers. Timely identification/resolution of SharePoint and Project Online related defects and incidents Take the lead in providing and delivering training content sessions either personally or via digital mediums Support integration of applications with cloud versions of SharePoint, Project, K2 and Office 365 Innovate, update, and modernise migrated services Enable users to develop and expand application functionality
Specialist skill requirements
Specialised professional with experience in a similar professional role within a complex corporate technology environment Practical experience in designing, building, deploying, and maintaining Microsoft SharePoint Online sites and associated software. Practical experience with management and support of Project Online  Practical experience and success in engaging, encouraging, and developing user enablement of new technologies Practical experience in the use of enterprise helpdesk software and defect management software Practical experience in providing customer and operational support services in a large enterprise Working knowledge of applications relevant to cloud based environments
 
 
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Mary Norouzifar on *****83 + click to reveal. Please quote our job reference number: *****57 + click to reveal.
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The Company

This company has been operating for over 20 years and has 6 centres in the North Shore of Sydney.

They pride themselves on their family friendly services with an Open Door policy.

Their goal is for all of their services to provide each child and family with a safe, stimulating, inclusive environment that values a child's individual journey of learning and discovery through play and relationships.

They endeavour to instil a sense of agency in the children to embrace the learning environment and build their strengths, skills and knowledge.

The Role

We are seeking an enthusiastic and passionate Early Childhood Teacher or working towards to join our busy centre along with filling the role as the Nominated Supervisor for the centre. 
This role will be a Teaching Role due to the small size of the centre.
In this role your duties will involve working closely with an experienced team and will include responsibilities such as planning and programming, portfolios, observations and all other associated documentation tasks. 

You will also be a key contact for the families and will ensure that positive and trusting relationships are developed. 

The centre is looking for a dedicated, confident, energetic and enthusiastic candidate who is able to think outside the box in order to take the children's' learning opportunities to the next level. 

The shifts are rotating between the hours of 7:30am - 6pm.

Essential Criteria:
COMPLETED Bachelor/Masters of Early Childhood Education (Overseas qualifications are welcome if assessed by ACECQA) Candidates who are actively working towards their Bachelors degree and completed more than 50% of it are also welcome to apply. Hold a current PAID NSW Working With Children's Check. MINIMUM of 2 years of previous experience in an Early Childhood Education & Care centre is essential. Newly graduated Early Childhood Teachers are also welcome to apply. Hold a current First Aid, CPR, Asthma and Anaphylaxis Certificate. Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills. Be a vibrant, energetic, dynamic and enthusiastic inclusion to the team. Sponsorship is NOT available for this position. 
Should you wish to find out more about these fantastic position please hit apply and send through a resume along with a cover letter. Otherwise please feel free to call Sunshine Recruitment on *****25 + click to reveal.
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We are currently looking for a commercially astute Sales Manager for our Dee Why Gardens Retirement Village. Occupying acres of beautifully maintained grounds, Dee Why Gardens is a relaxing oasis and one of Sydney’s most tranquil senior living communities.
The Sales Manager role is responsible for successfully attaining the sale listings from vendors within the village and for ensuring that assigned sales targets for the village are met or exceeded. They will be responsible for prospect generation through database management, community engagement and supported marketing activities. In addition, they will qualify leads, manage contact information, referrals, and appointments whilst ensure that homes are ideally matched with the customer’s preferences in mind.
To be successful in this role you will have demonstrated retirement living or residential sales success in the property sector and possess a current sales registration certificate. You will need to have a consultative, empathetic approach with flexibility and a passion for dealing with seniors. You need to be self-motivated, with a “can do” attitude with strong interpersonal skills to work effectively as part of a large team.
At Lendlease our vision is to create the best places not just for our clients and communities, but especially for our employees. With 71 villages currently under management we are Australasia’s largest owner, operator and developer of retirement villages
Lendlease is a diverse, flexible and inclusive employer of choice. We engage, enable and empower our people. Inclusion sets us all up for success.
All applications will need to be submitted via the online system.
If you require further information on this role, please call Brooke Johnson on *****45 + click to reveal
Please note: The successful applicant must be willing to complete a Police Check
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Edge Personnel has the pleasure in recruiting a Receptionist/Customer Service Officer for one of our Health Care Clients based in Wahroonga. Our client has established an outstanding workplace culture and continue to strive for excellence for their field.
​Currently our client is looking for a friendly, professional and organised Medical Receptionist. The ideal candidate for this position would consider themselves as dedicated and compassionate along with great communication skills ensuring customer service is to the highest standard.  The successful candidate will have medical reception experience, but further training and development will also be provided.  As this Health Care Provider is very much Customer Service driven the successful candidate will have a strong customer relations and service background. 
The successful candidate will have:
Experience working in a medical practice, or allied health care provider Excellent communication and a strong customer service ethos Willingness to learn and work as a team. Strong organisational skills and ability to multi-task.​ Strong written and verbal communication skills.​ The ability to follow instructions and meet set standards. Be dependable and reliable in character and possess a strong work ethic. Due to location have your own reliable transport Be able to provide 2 recent workplace references Be able to start immediately.
If you are interested in working with a leading health care provider, please send your resume to *****@edgepersonnel.com.au + click to reveal
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An exciting position has become available for an Early Childhood Teacher to join us on a full time basis at our Lane Cove centre in a leadership role as our 2IC and Educational Leader. 
What's in it for you?
Support for a healthy life and work balance Excellent supportive team environment Paid training and support Access to leading curriculum training – LLS Learn Opportunity to make suggestions to support continues improvement – equal voice Direct access to management  A monthly rostered day off
Our new centre, Little Learning School Lane Cove was previously known as Mandalay and has housed some of Sydney’s most beautiful events and has now been converted into the most spectacular child care centre. We are located right in the heart of Lane Cove with parking and public transport close by. With seven rooms and a small number of children in each room, this heritage site has high ceilings and a beautiful homelike feeling.  We also boast two large magical outdoor playgrounds with an abundance of trees and a design to preserve the natural heritage of the site.
What's in it for the children?
We actually care about children and put them first!
Little Learning School is a privately owned Australian business, operating since 2004, with centre's across Sydney and Melbourne who are all placing the children first. We provide the foundation for children to experience care and development by a combination of expert staff, leading facilities and educational programs to stimulate self-esteem and creativity. We are a brand consistently recognised for its quality and values with 13 centres Exceeding the NQS and more to come.
Your role
Reporting to the Centre Director and working closely with children, families and educators, your key objective will be to contribute to the care and education of children as a senior member of the teaching team.
Establish and support the development of appropriate programs for both individual and groups of children in conjunction with our exclusive 'Ready to Read' school readiness program and LLS Learn Curriculum.  Plan & deliver quality educational programs Enable children to develop to their full potential Plan innovative and engaging learning experiences Building strong relationships with children and families Create and maintain a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment Inspire, motivate, guide and support Educators Enrich children's learning and development Work in partnership with team of dedicated Educators
As the 2IC you will be required to provide ongoing support and assistance to the Centre Director and be the Responsible Person in their absence. 
Excellent support is provided with your Area Manager looking after no more than 5 centres.
Skills and Experience 
Early Childhood Teaching qualification (as recognised by ACECQA); New graduates are also welcome; Demonstrated 2IC / Educational Leader experience within an Early Childhood Education setting Practical working knowledge and implementation of the National Quality Framework and the Early Years Learning Framework Passionate, enthusiastic and strong commitment to high quality early childhood education and care Strong team-work skills A current First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma certification A current Working With Children Check
Our culture
Little Learning School will continue seeking to become the leader in the sector by being innovative and attracting the greatest educators. 
With quarterly team building events, educator awards and gifts, paid external training opportunities and fantastic work environments; we ensure you feel valued and rewarded ongoingly.
We appreciate the importance of a healthy work life balance.  
Other Benefits
Paid training & development including; Practical National Quality Framework Training First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Care Child Protection Training Career path planning with a dedicated mentor
How to apply;
Don't miss this opportunity – click 'APPLY NOW' or contact Katrina on *****45 + click to reveal for a confidential chat today!
We treat applications with respect and confidentiality.  
During your application, please be sure to lets us know the most practical time our recruitment team can contact you. 
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A large Government Organisation in Sydney's North Shore is seeking an efficient and immediately available Records Clerk for a large project. This is an entry level role with flexible hours.
Key Responsibilities:
Archiving Preparing documents Scanning Transferring hard copies to electronic Cataloguing (library/online) Providing recommendations for future structure

Key Requirements:
Basic office experience Ability to use Microsoft Office
To apply please click apply or call Shella Giman on *****17 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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About the company
Our client has approached Randstad to help them develop even further in the Sydney Market. They are very much a solid identity currently running a medley or impressive Commercial, Residential, Public works (New Builds and Full Fit Outs) all over the Sydney CBD, Western Suburbs and Northern Beaches.
They are very much recognised for their consistent delivery, positive approach, and high staff retention level. People want to work for them, they are a Builder of choice, reputable, established, financially buoyant with a full order book. The key to their success is their motivated staff and therefore they are very selective with whom the employ and invest in.
About the role
As one of their Site Managers you will be expected to take full ownership of the project supervising site activities and delegating as necessary. Ideally you will have an al-round capability, understanding structural elements, carpentry / joinery elements and fit out elements of a New build Commercial project, and ideally have a seasoned portfolio working on similar build projects over “$2 million AUD” in the Local Sydney arena. This particular site you will be managing, has some "civil componants" including Bulk and Detailed earthworks building a new build child care centre from the ground up.

About the Projects
They are very well known for building exceptional projects for Schools, Aged Care, New Build Residential, Trade Training Facilities, University upgrades & Fit out and Multi Purpose Gyms.

Duties:
Preparing programmes Adherence to BCA standards Site Inspections, establishment and testing. Daily and Monthly reporting OH&S Subcontractor site Inductions Client Care Managing onsite issues Working to deadlines, contract and project time frames.
Skills and Experience
You will have a minimum of 4 year’s experience working on similar projects. Trade Qualified in Carpentry and Joinery or Brick Laying. You will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity. Confident and looking to exceed in all facets of your work. Delivering on time and on Budget. Exceptional Communication skills A “can do” positive attitude and confidence. Good management approach.
Culture
This firm is very focussed in their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Well being is also very much key to their success, their staff are very positive, take things in their stride and can see a humorous side even in pressurised circumstances.
Benefits
In return you can expect a generous hourly rate and the opportunity based on your performance to fast track to Project Management and work full time on a permanent Salary.
They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events.
How to apply
To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: *****@randstad.com.au + click to reveal T: *****09 + click to reveal
At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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Access to Information – Team Leader
Permanent, Full – Time, 70 hours per fortnight
Salary Range = $79,725.83 - $100,666.91 per annum (subject to skills and experience)
About us
Stretching from Palm Beach to Manly, the Northern Beaches boasts more than half of all the beaches in Sydney and a population of more than 266,000.
Living on the Northern Beaches means checking surf conditions from the office and taking your children to the beach after school. It’s about busy sportsfields, bush walking and bike trails on the weekend. It’s an active lifestyle with clean waterways, beautiful wildlife and vibrant events backed by great services and infrastructure.
Northern Beaches Council is committed to delivering the highest quality service, valued and trusted by our community.
Why work for us!
There aren’t many employers who offer career and lifestyle in a single package, but Northern Beaches Council does. We offer job opportunities in a range of fields, with a range of lifestyle benefits and a values driven culture. Develop your career with people passionate about making a difference in our community.
The Business Unit
The Systems & Information Business Unit within Northern Beaches Council is responsible for the delivery of information management services that:
Support the operational activities of Council; Enable delivery of services to the community by the various business units; Allow direct access to information and services by the community.
The Role and Responsibilities
The Access to Information Team Leader will have specific authority and responsibility to meet Council’s day-to-day obligations under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act).
These include:
Processing and making decisions about formal and informal applications
Assisting with the routine publication of open access information, including:
the contents and annual review of Council’s information guide the disclosure log proactively releasing as much information as possible, in as many ways as are appropriate recording the open access information that is not made publicly available on the basis of an overriding public interest against disclosure.
Working with staff and the community to provide training, support and advice in relation to the formal, informal and proactive release of information, including:
the type of information to be released how to apply the public interest test the manner in which such information should be released whether conditions should be imposed in response to an informal request for information managing timeframes for information requests reporting functions and obligations including the GIPA Annual Report for the Information and Privacy Commission (IPC) Managing Access to Information Officers.
The Access to Information Team Leader also has responsibility for the management of the Print Room.
This includes:
Ensure printing jobs are completed to meet deadlines Ensure the quality of printing jobs are of a high standard Manage Print Room staff.
*** Whilst this position description covers the key areas of responsibilities, this list is not exhaustive. Day to day tasks and responsibilities may vary and be in addition to those listed above (reasonably and within the limits of individual skills, competence and training.
Selection Criteria
Relevant professional qualifications and/or demonstrated relevant experience with demonstrated record of achievement in an access to information position; Experience in working with senior staff to resolve high priority, and often sensitive and complex matters relating to access to information; Current Class C (minimum) NSW Driver’s License. Demonstrated leadership skills, with a proven ability to role model core Values and desired behaviors; Knowledge and understanding of local government Experience in contributing to a positive organizational workplace culture Experience evaluating formal and information GIPA Applications to meet operational business needs.
Please refer to the Position Description for further information including a full   list of Selection Criteria.
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How to apply
Apply online and upload the following information A current Resume A covering letter (maximum 2 page) outlining systematically, addressing the selection criteria listed within the position description. For further information please contact Chris Wilson on *****07 + click to reveal during business hours Applications close Thursday 7th June, 2018
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Career Opportunity Commercial and Industrial Project base Key All Rounders role
Our client is a mid sized practice who have a wide range of projects underway that spans commercial, industrial, and apartment developments. A well established group that combines an ever increasing client base combined with an extensive long term repeat clientele across Australia.
They are looking for a skilled Documentation Architect or Technician who has been working in the Australian Industry for at least a period of 5 years plus experience who can demonstrate clear abilities in working through design and delivery stages of projects that span the $5M to $40M in scale. Revit skills are a must with this group now being a fully integrated Revit environment.
In addition to this role offering autonomy and true allround responsibilities, the long term potential to grow and develop within this well established practice means that this is a rare opportunity within the industry.
The multi-unit residential boom will not last forever so why not diversify your portfolio whilst you have the chance!
For more information on this role and other fantastic opportunities, please call Jacqueline Liddicoat on *****45 + click to reveal or email *****@btandp.com.au + click to reveal
Reference number: S35105
Bloomfield Tremayne & Partners have been servicing the Australian Architectural and Interior Design markets for over 25 years. As a result we are uniquely placed to support our candidates within these markets with superior advice and service.
To view all job opportunities currently available, which are updated daily please visit:
www.bloomfieldtremayne.com.au
Please Note: Bloomfield Tremayne adhere strictly to the Privacy Act 1989, you can be assured that your information will be kept confidential and not forwarded to a 3rd party without your consent.
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Front of House Events Coordinator
Are you looking for a great new events role?  Do you love delivering exceptional customer service and have an eye for detail? If you do, Northside Conference Centre has a great role for you.  Located in Crows Nest this role requires you to work on a rotating 5 day variable morning starts (generally from 7am) with occasional Saturday and evening work.  This is a pivotal role in meeting and greeting clients on arrival and ensuring their event gets to a great start and runs smoothly.
To be successful in this role, you will be:
* A friendly, yet professional individual in dealing with clients' requirements in a prompt and efficient manner
* Self motivated and driven, a great eye for detail
* Passion for delivering service above and beyond our client's expectations
* A team player who can lead, manage and get the best from your team
Other desirable skills such as critical time management, multi-tasking and a can-do attitude will put you on top of the short list for this position.  Good Word & Excel skills and basic AV knowledge would be essential.
This is a role for those who are aspiring to be in a managerial role so it is expected you have at least 3-4 years similar experience.
Northside Conference Centre is a 5-star facility fully owned by the Northside Community Church.  Please send in your CV to *****@northsideconference.com.au + click to reveal or phone GM Operations for any enquiries you have have on *****22 + click to reveal
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Payroll Officer $70K + Super Global Organisation
 
Are you looking for a challenging and investigative role? A global leader based in North Sydney are recruiting a Payroll Officer to join their finance function. 
Set in a friendly and commercial environment, this company is looking for an individual with experience in end to end Payroll to ensure accurate and timely payment of salaries and wages.
 
The company offers a fantastic innovative culture and people based environment and will see the successful individual joining the Head Office team, working closely with key stakeholders and the finance function. 
Responsibilities for the role will include:
Processing and checking of weekly, fortnightly and monthly payroll for over 1000 employees as part of a team Understanding and completion of end to end payroll across all businesses and pay cycles Provision of information and payments for all statutory requirements (e.g. Superannuation, payroll tax, PAYG etc.) Maintaining employee files in respect of payroll obligations/issues Auditing of payrolls to ensure legislative and EBA/Award compliance Continual improvement of payroll operations Assisting management and staff with payroll related enquiries Working closely with Finance and HR to implement processes for the improvement and updating of the payroll function
Requirements for the role will include:
Experience in a similar role Attention to detail Analytical ability Consistency – key to achieving daily cut off deadlines Optimism/positive and proactive attitude to work Excellent communication skills Able to work both autonomously and be part of a team
If you are interested in this position and feel you meet the criteria, then please contact Kate Goworek with your CV to *****@charterhouse.com.au + click to reveal ; Quoting “Payroll Officer North Shore”.