About Us
Sharp & Carter is a specialist recruitment agency that was established in 2009. Initially starting in Melbourne the Sharp & Carter business has grown and developed to now have 4 offices across Melbourne and Sydney with 60 specialist recruiters dedicated to the areas of Finance and Accounting, Sales & Marketing, Business Support, Legal & Compliance and Property & Construction.
The Opportunity
Due to significant in-roads into the Sydney recruitment market, Sharp & Carter are now seeking a Graduate Recruitment Consultant to join their recruitment team based in the CBD - North Sydney or Western Sydney - Eastern Creek.
Reporting into the Director, the Recruitment Consultant will be responsible for building and developing a 360 degree recruitment desk looking after both permanent and contracting recruitment. The training program will be heavily focused on building really strong long term relationships with customers, identifying the best talent in the market, coordinating events and working in a highly enthusiastic team based environment.
Who We Are Looking For
Sharp & Carter is seeking a university graduate who is self motivated, energetic and has a strong work ethic. You will have excellent communication skills and proven experience dealing with people in day-to-day life through university studies, work, sport, travel and other extra curricular activities.
Sharp & Carter has been built on the values of excellence, partnership, integrity, enjoyment with a strong team focus and anyone who has similar values and ideals is encouraged to apply.
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The Benefits
Transparent remuneration + commission model Structured training and development programs Progressive recruitment environment - autonomy & trust Team based culture - monthly drinks, group PT, company trips Team based incentives Yearly trip - Cairns 2017, Queenstown 2016, Bali 2015 Opportunities across multiple states
How to apply 
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, contact Simon Cust - Director at ***** + click to reveal
The Company 
Our client is a well-established apartment builder developer with a strong growth strategy in place and projects scope within high-rise residential development. 
This multi award winning company build their own developments which are high end apartment projects up to 200 Units. 
This is a stable role within very successful growing company, where the company have a genuine care for all their employees, culture fit and well-being. This building business is well respected in the residential space within Sydney. 
The Role 
This opportunity will see you managing all the Construction activities on site; you will work with an experienced site team to deliver 130 Residential Units project in Hornsby. 
Reporting directly to the Project Manager, your duties will include coordinating all sub-contractors, suppliers and material deliveries, liaising with key stakeholders, ensuring project completion within timescale and budget and ensuring all sub-contractors and employees adhere to all OH&S requirements. 
Experience required 
• Trade qualification as a Carpenter or Construction Management Degree 
• Previous experience as a Site Manager delivering Residential projects over 120 Units 
• Good man-management skills with the ability to motivate & drive direct & sub-contract labour 
• Highly skilled in OH&S 
• A commitment to quality and an eye for detail 
A top package and genuine career opportunities and personal growth in a progressive organisation with a strong standing policy of developing their own staff, which continues to reinforce their reputation for being "the place to work".
To apply please send your CV to Ricardo Noguera by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below or call him on *****18. + click to reveal (Reference Number [RN-SM-HNSBY-01])
AustCorp provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with federal and state laws.  
This company has multiple development sites around Sydney and have 1200 homes going up next year.
They have a great opportunity for an experienced Estimator who is resilient and eager to assist a growing team and a growing business.
Due to the influx of work they are looking for an Estimator who can do material orders and BOQs. 
Your role as the Estimator:
BOQs, purchase orders, invoicing, excel  Compiling preliminary pricing and preparing accurate base cost for projects Prepare tenders, assist with pricing requests and generate accurate base costs for projects Submitting preliminary work required by council for DA/CDC approval  Exceptional communication and organisation skills 
What you need to fulfill the Estimating role:
2 years with a home building company in Australia Knowledge of the BCA codes and council requirements Ability to run many projects at once  Fast paced work ability
If you're interested in this role, please contact Anca Marinescu on *****00 or email + click to reveal your CV to *****  + click to reveal
Working for this global organisation you will be the Payroll Manager who leads the function from an operational and strategic basis. This exciting position offers you the opportunity to directly advise line managers and hold a high profile position within the company. You will directly manage the payroll function to ensure that the process is running efficiently and effectively.
You will be responsible for:
Managing the the current payroll system - Sage Micropay (full lifecycle from analysis of current processes/systems, through to recommendation and implementation of changes) Overseeing all payroll operations for Australia and NZ for this business, including; monthly payroll processing Ensure compliance and legislative requirements are met Assisting with ad hoc requests and managing projects Authorising expenses, pay runs, bonuses, super and group tax Manage all payroll related reporting requirements Managing their recent aquisition of the business by transfering their existing employees onto a new payroll system Ensure that you are mentoring and coaching your team members
To be successful in this role you will possess excellent communication skills, consultancy skills and strong experience in payroll and employment legislation, including taxation, superannuation, salary packaging, group tax and works compensation. You will have experience resolving problems, advising at a senior level and making sound decisions. You will also have had experience of working to project deadlines. Within this role you will need to use your strong people skills to build creditiblity and respect accross the business units. Experience with the Sage Micropay system is highly desirable.
If this role is inline with your experience then please apply now by clicking on the link below, should you have any issues please email your CV and cover letter through to Melissa Khouri on ***** + click to reveal
A fantastic opportunity for a Salesforce Developer to join a leading Telecommunication Company. Working on a greenfield project within a talented team, the Salesforce Developer will enjoy an excellent opportunity to play an integral part in the ongoing development and growth of key projects, in a rewarding, supportive and exciting environment.


Work with project team to implement Salesforce Solution designs Liaise with developers from other project teams to efficiently resolve any code conflict issues Develop all things Salesforce (Visualforce pages, Apex classes & triggers, Apex test classes, Community development, Lightning components, Flows, Workflows and Business Process Builder and other admin level configuration) Construct SF web services and integrating with external APIs/RESTful/SOAP and integrating with 3rd party systems Maintain high code coverage Manage code branches, merges and use change sets where required Work directly with business stakeholders to clarify requirements and SF Architects to clarify solutions Code in a Salesforce org with medium to high code and configuration complexity

5+ Years developing on the SalesForce platform Knowledge of broader CRM, SFA, and ERP platform concepts Exposure to SFDC best practices & guidelines in implementing the solution Working Knowledge of Salesforce tools and technologies -Sharing Model / Data Visibility, Apex, Visual Force, Triggers, JavaScript, Batch Apex, Apex API's, Process Builder and data loader. Experience with HTML5, Object-Oriented JavaScript, various JavaScript libraries and micro frameworks (jQuery, Bootstrap, Angular). Excellent written and communication skills
To apply please click apply or call Elise Verhoeye on *****56 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
* Service Desk Team Lead 
* Macquarie Park Location
* Work with one of our Large Managed Services Partners!
Are you looking to progress your Service Desk career? 
We have a great fresh new opportunity for someone to move into a Team Lead Service Desk position with one of our largely recognised Managed Services Partners. 
This opportunity would best suit someone who has previously had some experience in a 2IC/ Supervisory position and looking to take the next step up into a Team Lead role.
You will be overseeing a corporate customer service desk team providing a high level of L1-2 Service Desk expertise.  Experience working in the ServiceNow ticketing system will be advantageous.
The main responsibilities for this role is for you and your team to provide the day to day delivery of services, as well as planning and assisting the Service Delivery Manager and/or Client Business Manager in providing all documented services to the required levels.
You will be the primary point of contact for the operational delivery and support of end-users and computing devices and will be responsible for delivery outcomes, customer experience, customer satisfaction and the identification of continuous improvement initiatives.
The vendor is looking to interview and appoint at short notice, so if this sounds like an exciting new challenge for you then please Apply Now!
Any further questions, email Lisa- ***** + click to reveal
Work on cutting edge technologies while delivering market first solutions.  This business will give you total autonomy to create bespoke business and technical solutions within complex enterprise environments whilst remaining hands pon with some of the Tech stack
Work and learn within a collaborative delivery team focused on the best solutions.  You will be empowered to take your ideas from concept to delivery and drive solutions forward.
• Be able to do what you say you can do
• Be able and happy to work in unstructured delivery focussed environments 
• Be able to manage expectations, stakeholders and technical teams
• Be available to be hands on with your work and jump in with the team at all levels when required
• Be delivery focussed while managing multiple tasks across multiple business units concurrently
• Worked as a solution architect where you can provide tangible examples where you have excelled in your role against all odds
• Proven experience and examples where you have designed, developed and implemented complex solutions
• Be able to discuss your battle scares, what went wrong and what you did to rectify along with retrospectives to how you would do things differently
• Have worked in a technical agnostic environment where tech is not the solution to fit to rather enable the solution
• Key tech skills include JAVA, API's, REST, JSON, AWS, CMS
• Methodologies - TOGAF, Agile 
• Desirable - any experience on identity management, customer sign on portals
Please send your resume to ***** for + click to reveal a confidential conversation 
More than 3 million Australian adults experience disorders of anxiety and depression each year, but many do not seek treatment. Access Macquarie Virtual Clinics (AMQVC) are a ground-breaking mental health Initiative's designed to help people through the internet, telephone and post. We have two virtual clinics in operation, The MindSpot Clinic and PORTS.
The clinical staff provide online and telephone information, psychological assessment and evidence-based cognitive behavioural treatment. The patients experience symptoms of anxiety, depression and related conditions such as PTSD and psychological aspects of chronic pain. The Teams support people to access psychological assistance and draws on a stepped-care model of treatment, helping people to receive support that meets their needs.
We are expanding and as a result have multiple opportunities for the following allied health professionals, to join our Access Macquarie Virtual Clinics:
Psychologists Occupational Therapists Registered Nurse – Mental Health Social Workers
The Clinics are based at Macquarie University, Sydney and are made up of a multi-disciplined team of Allied Health Professionals who are passionate about providing a free and effective service to Australians nationwide.
Key responsibilities and duties:
Provide a range of online and telephone-delivered psychology services to patients including psychological assessments, triage and referrals. Support patients to receive appropriate and comprehensive treatment from AMQVC, including a range of telephone-supported and structured online CBT courses Assist in the development, implementation and review of AMQVC approaches and actively participate in supervision and patient management processes
 Key Selection Criteria:
Tertiary qualifications in Psychology or Allied Health discipline along with AHPRA registration relevant to tertiary qualification e.g.  Psychologist, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Nurse. Applications from Provisional Psychologists in their final year would be considered. Demonstrable evidence of skills and a minimum of 2 years' experience in working with patients with anxiety disorders and depression Demonstrated skills in the delivery of evidence based CBT model, conducting risk assessments and interventions High level of oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, including the ability to work ethically, effectively and efficiently in a multi-disciplinary team
 What we offer?
Opportunity to develop skills in world-class virtual delivery of mental health services A supportive environment with weekly individual and group supervision, and extensive peer support Learning opportunities, including educational workshops twice a month and weekly consultations with psychiatrists Competitive salary Benefits available to AMQVC staff
These are full time, fixed term roles working 5 days across a 6-day roster reflecting the clinic opening hours of 8:00am to 8:00pm. We are based at Macquarie University, Sydney, close to public transport, and are a 5-minute walk to the Macquarie Shopping Centre.
To gain further insight into Mindspot and Ports clinics vision and services, you can review their websites with the following links:  Mindspot and  Ports
To Apply
If you are interested in these exciting positions please submit your resume along with a cover letter addressing your suitability to the key criteria to: ***** + click to reveal
Please note any applications that do not include a cover letter specifically addressing the key selection criteria will not be considered. You must have unlimited working rights in Australia
For further information please contact Carol Purtell, Clinic Director on *****01. + click to reveal

Your new employer
Hays Education are looking for qualified teachers interested in temporary teaching jobs in the borough of Barking and Dagenham. We require primary teachers for both emergency supply cover and long-term cover at our partnership schools. Becoming a Hays Supply Teacher is a great way of gaining experience of different schools and year groups and is the perfect option for someone looking to control their work life balance. If in the future you wish to make the move to permanent employment, your consultant will be on hand to advise you of available roles in schools you are familiar with.
Your new role As a supply teacher working for Hays Education you will be offered work in locations and settings to suit you. As we work with a range of schools we are able to offer different shifts and hours, and are able to find work to fit with your schedule, with supply work being an ideal way to work your job around your personal commitments. At Hays Education, we are proud to work in partnership with a large number of schools in Barking and Dagenham, and are able to offer pre-bookings, regular PPA days and intervention roles, as well as the usual supply sickness and course cover.
What you'll need to succeed ** A recognised teaching qualification
** A valid visa to work in the UK
** Ability to embrace new surroundings and situations, whilst still demonstrating professional behaviour at all times
What you'll get in return ** A vibrant, exciting and inspiring environment
** Relocation support from specialist consultants in Australia and the UK
** Guaranteed Work Scheme
** Free training throughout the year
** Regular social events and discounted travel deals
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 contact Shauna at ***** + click to reveal or *****34. + click to reveal
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.
Year 2 Primary School Teacher job in an 'Outstanding' primary school in Southwark, South East London.
Year 5 Primary School Teacher job in Newham, East London.
Computer Science Teacher job in Greenwich, South East London.
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At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work.
A restaurant in Gladesville is seeking chef/cook to join our brand new tapas restaurant and bar. 
- Full Time 
- Part Time (up to 25 hours a week)
- Casual (up to 20 hours a week)
To be considered for this role you should:
- Be available for both days of the weekend
- Have Australia working rights 
- Have at least 2 years experience as a chef/cook 
Please email Karmen at ***** + click to reveal or call *****99 + click to reveal
Make a difference with a leading not-for-profit provider of quality services Work with a passionate and dedicated team of Services professionals Competitive hourly rate with charity tax benefits available
Dementia Australia is the charity for people with dementia, their families and carers.  As the peak body, it provides advocacy, support services, education and information.
Our National Dementia Helpline has a reputation for professionalism and empathetic support to people living with and impacted by dementia across the nation. We are now seeking an experienced manager and leader to build on the great outcomes already achieved and take the National Dementia Helpline to the next level. 
About You
You will bring your belief in the positive impacts a health based call centre can achieve and your commitment to supporting the existing team of up to 25 full time, part time and casual staff.  Under your leadership, the team will not only continue to provide quality support and services, but also develop and implement new enhanced and innovative models of service delivery.
Your understanding of counselling, dementia, telephone support and the aged care sector would help you navigate this exciting role with ease. 
You will be supported by a Services Leadership Team and existing National Dementia Helpline Team Leaders and staff.  Your customers will include Dementia Australia staff from all States and Territories, as well as the families and allied health care professionals who contact the service.
Your responsibilities will include:
Managing all aspects of the operations and delivery of the National Dementia Helpline Team Leadership Service Delivery Reporting Continuous Improvement and Client Satisfaction Diversity, Equity and Compliance
How to Apply
If you are interested in this rewarding opportunity you may contact *****; + click to reveal  to obtain a copy of the Position Description.
Please send applications to ***** + click to reveal and you must include a cover letter addressing the essential criteria and a current curriculum vitae.
Applications close: 5pm Monday 4th December 2017
Macquarie University Health Sciences Centre (MQ Health) incorporates Macquarie University Hospital, Australia’s first and only private not-for-profit teaching hospital located on a University campus; the University’s newly created Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences; and Macquarie University Clinical Associates, a corporate entity created to engage clinicians in the tripartite scholarship of academic clinical practice, teaching and learning, and research and to deliver clinical services.
MQ Health builds on our aspiration to create integrated approaches to patient care, discovery and workforce preparation that are already well established within the United States, Europe and Asia. MQ Health brings together the excellent work of medical and allied health researchers across the University and around the country, with unparalleled access to the world-leading clinical resources and research facilities found only on our campus.
The Role
Macquarie University Clinical Associates (MUCA) is seeking a Medical Oncologist to provide clinical services related predominantly to genitourinary cancers, including prostate, kidney, urothelial and testis cancer. There will also be a focus on clinical trials in these cancer types. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to:
Work alongside other medical oncologists and cancer specialists. Be involved with a number of phase 1,2, 3 and 4 oncology trials using novel agents including immunotherapy Collaborate with groups across MQ Health to participate in research projects Be exposed to a wide range of cancer cases Supervise and train students, registrars and other Doctors in Training Contribute to educational activities with MQ Health
For further details on the position, please click here to view the position description.
To Apply
To be considered for this position, you will demonstrate the below requirements in your CV and a 1-2 page cover letter:
Current registration as a medical practitioner in Australia (or ability to obtain – including English language requirements) and a fellowship into the relevant specialist College or Faculty. Demonstrated experience in Oncology, including highly developed clinical skills and/or research into genitourinary cancers. Demonstrated track-record of undertaking clinical trials. Completion or near completion of a PhD or equivalent in a relevant area. Demonstrated understanding of the patients’ perspective and ability to communicate key information to the patient and carers. Demonstrated interest and aptitude for one or more of the following activities: supervision of students; or delivery of educational activities; or research. Demonstrated high level understanding of the discipline including major international trends, recent developments and improvements. A strong commitment to multidisciplinary approaches to clinical care and ability to work as part of a team.
Note: This position requires you to comply with occupational screening, assessment and vaccinations in line with MQ Health requirements and requires a current and valid Working with Children Check Clearance for NSW. You may also have to satisfy MUCA that you meet all background checks (including criminal record and qualification checks).
Salary Package: An attractive salary package to be negotiated with the successful candidate.
Appointment Type: Part-time (equivalent to 2.5 days per/week) for 12 months
General Enquiries: Daniella Oreskovic, HR Administrator, at ***** + click to reveal
Specific Role Enquiries: Prof Howard Gurney, Director, Clinical Trials, at ***** + click to reveal
Applications Close: 11:55pm EST on 10 December 2017
Macquarie University Clinical Associates is an EO Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability; women; Indigenous Australians; people who identify as GLBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Applications need to be submitted through the Macquarie University online recruitment system. Where circumstances such as disability or remote location prohibit your access to our online system please contact the enquiries person listed in this advertisement for assistance.
Managing 4 direct reports Macquarie location Permanent opportunity
Client Details
My client is going through a period of growth and looking to expand their HR function. This HR Manager will report directly into the HR director and will manage four direct reports. An award-winning firm of numerous business accolades, they are proud of their down to earth, cohesive and energetic culture.
You will work part of a large HR team and partner with clients to implement strategic HR activities with this organisation including workforce planning and talent management and succession planning.
In this role you will support clients to apply effective recruitment strategies to attract and retain the best candidates. This role will develop, coach, advise and support key stakeholders to manage organisational change. Build and manage relationships with key internal customers and external stakeholders.Within this role you will collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to contribute to the development and implementation of strategies aimed at improving all stages of the employee life cycle within a specific client group.
You will have three direct report to manage, coach, develop and advise whilst also supporting leaders and managers to improve staff performance within their faculty, office, department or team. Contribute to the development and implementation of this organisation strategies aimed at improving HR services and achieving HR’s key operational imperatives.
You will have min eight years experience in HR and a strong background in change management. A demonstrated ability of managing and coaching a team.
A well rounded HR generalist, with a technical skill set spanning the full employee life-cycle.Knowledge of human resources principles and relevant legislation, with the ability to demonstrate discretion and confidentiality is essential.
Job Offer
My client will provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally. You will be rewarded with a salary pending on experience. Parking on-site.
You will enjoy a range of other benefits, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers, market leading flexible work practices and regular social and sporting activities.
To apply for this position, please click the 'Apply Now' button below. For a confidential discussion, please contact Irene Kennedy on *****71. + click to reveal
We are currently seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to join us in the following role commencing January 2018:
Contract position for an Italian native or near native speaker to join us in the role of Language Assistant. 
In this position you will work primarily with students aged 16-18 years to practise conversation, to assist in marking and to help the teachers create resources (voice recordings, worksheets etc).  You will work for 25 weeks (term time only, not during school holidays) for 8 hours per week. The expectation is that the Assistant would work twice per week but flexibility around this is required to accommodate the school's calendar and students' timetables.
Teaching experience is not required but you must enjoy working with young people.  Strong control of and accuracy in Italian grammar is essential. Proficiency in the English language is also essential.
You must have an Australian work visa. This work would suit an overseas university student in Australia on exchange.
To be considered for this role, please complete a Loreto Normanhurst Employment Application Form for Support and Operational Staff and forward it together with your CV and cover letter to ***** + click to reveal by the closing date listed. Applications that do not include the above mentioned documents will not be considered.
Please visit our website for more information about this role and details of the application process.
Closing Date: Friday 24 November 2017
All staff are expected to actively support the Catholic, and specifically Loreto, ethos of the school.  The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a valid Working with Children Check from the Office of the Children's Guardian. 
Leaders Wanted!
We are currently looking for Assistant Manager and Shift Supervisors for our store.
Do you love leading a team and have had previous experience in:
A fast paced management position Managing back end process like business financials, profit & loss, budgets and KPI's Leading a team of 20 staff members,
Is "yes" the answer to the following questions?
Does motivating & mentoring come naturally to you? Do you lead from the front but also love having a great time? Passionate about great food & top notch service? Have strong business acumen skills? Rate yourself around 9 out of 10 for your communication skills?
Sound like a good opportunity? Here's more info! What's in it for you?
A great work/life balance Competitive salary Ongoing Learning & Development opportunities
Remember, we are expanding our brand which creates lots of opportunities for our staff to develop too!
If you are interested in joining our team please email ***** + click to reveal
Senior Tax Analyst - In-house
Our client is a large listed Australian brand with an extensive global footprint. Due to some internal moves, we are looking to hire a tax professional to join the group tax function.
Reporting to the Group Tax Manager, this position will be responsible for the tax advisory for the group plus several business units, transactional work, preparation of the tax accounting and tax compliance. You will also assist in a range of special projects under the direction of the Group Tax Manager in the areas of governance, and process improvement. The role will be a value-add position.
The Tax Analyst's focus will be to assist with the following areas:
tax advisory & transactions tax compliance tax systems
Key responsibilities of the role:
The Senior Tax Analyst will provide input into the various tax advisory projects with the view to gaining experience in understanding the business requirements of each project and assessing the tax advisory requirements within the overall tax risk management framework. This role will require superior tax research skills, the ability to prepare written advice and provide stakeholders with the necessary information from a tax perspective. Accountabilities include; Provision of technical research support to the Group across a range of tax advisory projects, including bids, tenders, joint ventures and internal restructuring; Support the Corporate head office in all matters of tax including in relation to capital management and financing transactions; Develop internal and external relationships to enable contribution to group projects as required; Provision of advice in the areas of income tax, FBT, GST and employment related taxes; Monitor and report on tax law and policy changes including providing insights into the impact of changes; Consider the group’s overall business strategy and provide input on the tax aspects that are relevant
Will provide key input into the development of policy, procedures and systems in relation to all aspects of tax compliance (tax returns and tax effect accounting and reporting) including but not limited to: Income Tax Returns Tax Effect Accounting Tax Payments,
The Taxation Analyst will provide key input into maintaining the best practice tax systems environment for the Group. The role will involve ongoing assessment of the Group’s tax systems requirements which includes; Support for the ongoing development of customised ITR and Tax Effect Accounting solutions; Manage the Group’s tax software systems (Global Integrator) including development of process changes to meet the Group’s tax reporting and tax system requirements, including management of the cost and service provider relationship; Assist in the on-going implementation and training in the use of the Group’s tax software systems; Ensure the data capturing of financial information is streamlined to allow meaningful tax reporting (e.g. tax sensitisation of chart of accounts); and Collaborate with Group IT transformation and implementation teams regarding the implementation of all business and accounting systems to ensure efficient and cost effective solutions are developed for the capture of relevant tax information.

The successful candidate:
Will have circa 3-5 years' experience in a Corporate Tax role either in a Big 4 Accounting firm or a large corporate, Will have be enrolled in a post graduate qualification such as; CA/CPA or Masters of Tax, Will have a relevant undergraduate degree, Ideally will have some knowledge of Tax Effect Accounting and Corporate Tax Returns, High attention to detail and accuracy, An ability to tackle problems through to their resolution; Self-motivated and able to work in a small head office team environment - i.e. self-starter & proactive, Professional and committed approach, An advanced level of Excel skills and sound level of competence with other Microsoft applications, Well organised with a sense of priority and time management, Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are an absolute must!
For more information you can contact Lauren Smart at Bluefin Resources on *****50 + click to reveal or quoting reference number BBH29450 or alternatively, apply online below.
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HVAC Mechanical Draftsperson
Our client is a mechanical contractor with an exceptional reputation. They are working on a healthy number of diverse projects at the moment and have more in the pipeline. With growth plans now well and truly underway and on track, this company is looking to secure the services of a strong Mechanical HVAC draftsman (or lady) from the Sydney market place.
The Role on offer
Working for an exceptional manager and having significant support structures around you, you will have the chance to work in a close knit drafting team on some of the most interesting projects in Sydney. The company has an exceptional family based culture and are able to demonstrate how they mix work and personal life effectively for their staff. This role has the opportunity for promotion in the coming 18 - 24 months. A comment from a recent candidate I placed there was "These guys have a really new way of doing things and it is really good, I am loving it". The business believes heavily in training and you can be assured of both structured career development and advancement plans in return for your effort in this role.
Candidates of all salary levels are encouraged to apply for this role as the company does not want to limit the candidate pool by listing a salary. Please be assured the range we are working with is competitive
Selection Criteria
To be successful in your application for this role you must:
Be more than a CAD operator, you will need to understand the HVAC industry, construction processes and HVAC projects and have experience in creating shop level construction drawings of those projects. You dont have to have had extensive experience with REVIT - Training can be provided. My client is looking to attract excellent HVAC drafting skills and experience, Revit can be taught. You will have extensive experience in plant room design and layouts as well as ductwork and pipe layouts You are able to do project coordination, both on your own and through delegation Candidates who meet the above criteria and either wish to move their career forward quickly through professional development plans OR want to work in a drafting role with a good company with no real desire to manage people one day are encouraged to apply as this company can accomodate both. Candidates from interstate who call Sydney home and wish to return to Sydney to working with a great mechanical contractor are also welcome to apply. Candidates from overseas or who require sponsorship will not be considered

In summary we are looking for strong HVAC draftsman or woman from the HVAC industry who would be excited to be part of the foundation team of their Sydney operation. If sounds like the role you have been looking for, press apply on this advertisement. If you would like to discuss the role please feel free to call me on *****01. + click to reveal
The organisation
The United Protestant Association of NSW Limited (UPA) is a Christian care organisation that aims to provide quality service of care. With a staff compliment of 1250 and a turnover in excess of $100M. UPA is a non-profit Company limited by guarantee.
Our services include: -
Residential Aged Care Child and Youth Care Services Home Care Services Retirement Villages
The purpose of the role
The purpose of this role is to provide effective, efficient support, training and guidance to UPA Home Care Managers and Retirement Village supervisory staff in all aspects of their roles.
About the role
A full-time, ongoing opportunity exists in our Hornsby Corporate office for a UPA Manager – Home Care and Retirement Villages. This role will be responsible for high level delivery and related projects and stakeholders.
Reporting to the General Manager, your key responsibilities will include:
Supporting the management of the Home Care and Retirement Village programs in the areas of, clinical governance, business processes and business improvement processes; Managing work so that it is undertaken effectively to ensure best practice for UPA core business in Home Care and Retirement Villages for accreditation, quality reviews and assessment contacts, compliance work and statutory decision making under the Australian Aged Care Quality Agency Act 2013 and Quality Agency Principles 2013; Fostering positive relationships with industry to develop expertise in the issues and trends relating to the sector, and be the main liaison with external stakeholders, representing the Agency at external forums; Monitoring, reviewing and providing advice in relation to non-compliance, risk and related issues; and when risk and non-compliance is identified, work with General Manager to provide documentation brief including recommendations; Working cooperatively with stakeholders across UPA to identify modifications or innovations either the quality assurance process or standards to improve regulatory performance and manage risks affecting regulatory outcomes; and Monitoring the implementation of regulatory programs, anticipate issues, be alert to operational trends and highlight potential directions for policy or program development. Managing key stakeholders within the home care / aged care / retirement village environment where you will be strategically developing new areas of growth and ways to expand the business. Working closely with the Coordinator's within their region/district to identify, develop and grow their business opportunities.
To be successful in this role you will need the following:
Demonstrated ability to implement a work plan to support strategic priorities and delivery of core business outputs across a geographically spread organisation and these priorities; Demonstrated high level skills in business process improvement and problem solving in a regulatory or administrative decision-making framework; Demonstrated ability to lead a significant policy or program area, identify critical success factors and deliver multiple projects within specified deadlines to meet business needs; Well-developed analytical and problem-solving skills and the preparation of practical and accurate advice; Demonstrated ability to manage large teams, facilitate co-operation within and between organisations and foster collaborative behaviour; and Demonstrate ability to shape and drive strategic thinking and inspire a sense of purpose and direction.
About you, you will: -
Have previous experience in a similar role for at least 5 years Be a Registered Nurse Have a University Degree or Post Grad Diploma/Masters (desirable) Hold a current drivers licence as the position involves frequent travel throughout NSW. Provide support for both Home Care and Retirement Villages Be responding to Consumer Directed Care (CDC) new places and conversion of existing places Have some non-profit experience, which will be highly regarded Have strong organisational skills Have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
Appointment is subject to satisfactory criminal background, medical assessment and probity checks
Apply now!
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Sales Analyst
BD is a leading global medical technology company that creates medical technology, devices and laboratory equipment for a variety of needs across the healthcare continuum. At BD, we are looking for candidates who possess passion, innovative solutions and a commitment to our one mission of improving access to groundbreaking medical and biotechnology services for people near and far, delivering state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge research in the battle to fight and cure infectious diseases. With a global reach that extends across 50 countries worldwide, our network of professionals collaborates on effective measures to deliver enhanced patient quality such as lower health care delivery costs, improved health care and safety, and expanded health care for all. Join our company and see how you can become a part of one global mission to make a difference in human health.
We are seeking a driven, motivated and proactive Sales Analyst to join our team in a permanent role. The primary function of the Sales Analyst is to support one of our largest business units by providing insightful sales and contracts analysis with the aim of driving company profitability and achievement of company goals. The Sales Analyst assists the Sales & Marketing team with contracts & tenders scenario analysis, territory sales reporting and IOC profitability analysis. Our preferred candidate is proactive and has a hands on approach to their work and is focused on process improvement and efficient teamwork.
Sales Analysis & Reporting Manage and prepare territory performance reporting for the sales team and provide data for incentive calculations. Develop and provide insightful sales reporting to support business decision making process. Highlight areas of concern from trend analysis and work with internal customers to risks and opportunities. Generate ad hoc reporting and analyses, including historical database analyses and competitive analyses, to support operations, marketing planning and strategy. Undertake customer profiling to help understand what BD customers buy, at what frequency, and how profitable they are to BD. Support Business Analyst in sales forecasting, utilizing statistical techniques to pre-determine future scenarios. Produce and analyse contract performance reports and highlight areas of concerns to the business. Work with other Finance team members to ensure rebates are provided and paid correctly Work with Business Analyst and the Contracts team on IOC/Tenders/Contracts pricing analysis Identify opportunities for performance improvement, and work with business owners to implement change.
Tertiary degree in a Finance related field 3-6 years overall finance work experience with at least 2 year in a similar role in a medium sized multinational organisation Experience working with SAP, Hyperion, BPC, Qlickview preferred Advanced Excel skills Proven strong analytical skills to be able to identify and articulate business issues or opportunities Proven strong communication skills across a broad range of business partners and internal stakeholders Experience working in the healthcare industry is desirable but not essential
If you feel you have the right skills and experience for this job, or want more information, please call Maddie Brown on *****82 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
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About the role
Our client is currently recruiting a Online Customer Support Assistant to work within their corporate office based in Bella Vista. You will be joining a highly reputable company who are a leader in their field globally. The role will be on a Contract - full time basis, providing you with potential for growth and development within a stable role.
Your typical day will include:
Responding customer email enquiries and complaints, email relating to online and loyalty inquiries Resolving complaints promptly and efficiently to the satisfaction of the customer Liaising and communicating with retail stores to fulfil online orders and customer enquiries General Administration duties.
Your profile will demonstrate:
Strong email enquiries experience Excellent communication skills Ability to quickly build rapport and strong customer relationships
What is on offer to you:
Attractive hourly rate Modern office location in Bella Vista with free parking available Work in a successful and fun team atmosphere for a Global brand name
How to apply?
Don't miss out on what is a great opportunity! Apply via the link and if you need any further information please feel free to contact Dimpy Mehta on *****66 + click to reveal or email dimpy.mehta@randstad
Nominated Supervisor - OSHC
We are currently looking for 3 Nominated Supervisor's for  our friendly Cubbyhouse Before and After School Care centres in the Hills District NSW 2153
Knowledge & Skills Required in Role:
Preferably 2 years' experience working in a Centre based setting Experience working with children 6-12 years Sound knowledge of My Time My Place and National Quality Standards. Demonstrated leadership skills. Knowledge of collaborative planning and experience working as part of a team Experience working closely with families. Sound understanding of the Education and Care Services National Regulations Knowledge of Child Protection legislation and its implications for the care and protection of children. Ability to contribute as a team member to Work Health & Safety issues in the Centre. Display an organised and punctual manner in the delivery of all aspects of the role. Adequate Computer Skills required
Specific Duties:
Develop in consultation with the Children, Educational Leader, Team Members & Families weekly programs appropriate to the individual needs and interests of the children Maintain the necessary Administration, Programming, child developmental records of children, and the curriculum, as required by the Department of Education & Community Services. Assist in the observation and evaluation of the children's programs and their individual development. Assist with the implementation of daily routines. Positively interact with the children, giving each child individual and appropriate attention as required. Ensure that children are at all times adequately supervised and Educator ratios are maintained. Form comforting and nurturing relationships with the children. Assist with providing a safe, healthy and welcoming environment, maintaining at all times an anti-bias, non-judgemental and confidential service to all children. Ability to commit to working 30 hours per week across split shifts.
Essential Requirements of the role: 
Relevant Children's Services Qualifications (eg Diploma or Bachelor) Certified Supervisor Working with Children's Check  First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Certification Child Protection  Own Transportation  Energetic Creative
Please send your Resume addressed to the Director
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