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Melbourne
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Geelong
Permanent Role Geelong Commercial Builder Clear runway to a PM role Perm role. Commercial Builder. Geelong. Contract Administration, Project Management. $90-130k based on exp. Your new company Reputable commercial builder with a steady pipeline of work and a sound track record of success in the Geelong region. Your new role As the successful Contract Administrator, you will be required to: Assess, interpret and maintain building plans and technical drawings Assist with vetting and letting sub-contractor packages Provide support to site staff responding to RFI’s Assist with processing variations and progress claims Provide administrative support to the Project Manager What you'll need to succeed Beyond a proven background in commercial construction new build projects as a Contract Administrator, you will also possess: Tertiary degree or diploma in Construction Solid IT skills Excellent communication skills Highly outcome driven What you'll get in return Achieve your career and lifestyle goals with this local Geelong company. Well established builder with excellent trade and client relationships. Solid systems and great supportive team. Clear runway to a PM role in the near future. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Alex Clark at Hays on 5226 8010 for a confidential discussion
Landmark
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Job no: ATR2453Work type: PermanentLocation: NSWWith the growth of Landmark Operation Limited’s export division “Landmark International”, an exciting opportunity exists to manage the business’s finance and general administration functions.Key responsibilities include, but not limited to:-Financial: Work with Treasury to hedge relevant Foreign exchange currency requirements and manage the ongoing hedged positions. Responsible for the input of invoices in the accounts payable function of the business on a daily basis. Manage Company funding and weekly/monthly capital requirements with Finance team in head office. Letter of Credit management and negotiation with clients and banks. Liaise with international customers to ensure letters of credit are in line with contractual positions. Manage all business assets and ensure they are correctly accounted for. Responsible to develop financial modelling for the business. Responsible to report the financial position to Head Office on a monthly basis. Complete monthly reports, reconciliations and forecasting.Operations: Work with field teams to ensure operational efficiency can be maximised Support stock management and livestock inventory control. Support the management with shipping schedules and charter parties in conjunction with the General Manager. OH&S Management ensure all team members are safe and aware of responsibilities to themselves and the team members around themSkills, Knowledge & Experience required: Strong communications skills Experience in financial operational business management Must be able to work in a faced pace environment. Must be a self-starter who can think quickly and make relevant business decisions when needed Be prepared to “roll up sleeves” and cover any task required Knowledge of the Australian Agricultural Industry, is an advantage SAP Knowledge Business discipline qualification CPA or CA qualified, desirable not essentialAdvertised: 08 May 2018 E. Australia Standard TimeApplications close: 22 May 2018 E. Australia Standard Time
75000 90000
Michael Page
Sydney
This position offers an abundant array of opportunities to work and act in many different areas within Family Law including the following:Property SettlementDivorce and SeparationMulti-state disputes regarding separationReconciliation AgreementsTermination of Parental RightsAs a Family Law solicitor within this company, you will be able to develop your legal skills as a negotiator, and work collaboratively with other practitioners across various alternative dispute resolution platforms. You will be able to progress your advocacy skills through regular court appearances, work in litigation across a number of jurisdictions including - Federal Court, Family Court, Children's Court, Magistrates Court and ACT local courts. Alongside, you will receive comprehensive support from senior solicitors and a specialist paralegal team.Minimum 2+ years' experience PQE in Family LawImplement a high level of attention to detail with clients and pride yourself on the quality of service.Strong inter-personal skillsExcellent ability to draft legal documents and correspondents in clear and concise languageWho is able to take direction from senior managers and lawyersBe an experienced litigator looking to take your career to the next levelWho is comfortable presenting in Court and eager to grow their skills as an advocate
Astrum Recruitment
CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs > Sydney
Outgoing & Supportive Team environment with a work hard/play hard ethos Located in the heart of the CBD $70K + Super The CompanyOur client is a boutique commercial law firm located in the heart of the Sydney CBD. Established in 2004, they are a team of 20 highly skilled and dedicated lawyers and legal support personnel that advise clients in the areas of corporate and commercial law, litigation and dispute resolution, employment, real estate, intellectual property, restructuring and insolvency. The RoleThe role of Legal Assistant reports to the Practice Manager, and is responsible for providing direct support to 2 Lawyers by completing a range of administrative and personal assistant duties. Duties and Responsibilities Email correspondence (direct access to inbox's) Diary management, replying to meeting requests, booking and arranging meeting rooms Collating and filing of all legal documents Preparation and delivery of court documents The Ideal Candidate Previous experience in a legal administration position (legal assistant, legal secretary) Strong business acumen and ability to interact with various stakeholders and clients Be professionally presented The proven ability to work within a team and complete a wide range of tasks This role has a very manageable workload with clear processes and procedures to follow Opportunity to be a part of an outgoing and supportive team environment with a work hard/play hard ethos Supportive leadership team with great rewards - great birthday perks and recognition for a job well done! If interested in this position apply immediately or call Jessica on 9900 5812 for a confidential discussion.
AECOM
Australia, Western Australia
Business Line Water Position Title Senior Civil Project Manager Australia - Western Australia Perth Job Summary AECOM's Perth Water business is expanding. We have an exciting new opportunity for an experienced Project Manager to deliver civil infrastructure, water and wastewater engineering projects as part of our Perth based Water Team. Working closely with internal and external stakeholders, you will represent the company in all matters to successfully deliver projects which will lead to new business and return business. Your experience across engineering planning, design and management of municipal infrastructure will enable efficient delivery of projects. As an effective communicator you will work with clients and stakeholders to plan and implement technical solutions, communicating concepts and ideas across a range of levels of technical knowledge. As a Project Manager you will be exposed to a range of projects and stakeholders, which will help to expand your Project Management skills and portfolio, building upon a background in civil engineering and water and wastewater infrastructure projects to coordinate and deliver works in a design management capacity. You will coordinate technical resources to deliver works to schedule and on budget whilst achieve high levels of client service and technical quality. Minimum Requirements 8 + years' relevant professional project management and design management experience; Civil Engineering qualifications with experience in water/ wastewater conveyance and treatment as well as civil infrastructure design including drainage and utility design; Strong Project Management skills with experience in external and internal stakeholder management Experience in technical team coordination and project delivery Experience in hydraulic modelling and analysis highly desirable Experience in proposal and bid development Exceptional communication and negotiation skills Preferred Qualifications Tertiary Civil Engineering Qualifications; Strong working knowledge of MS Office Suite and project scheduling tools; Competency in utilising systems Project Management tools (e.g. Aconex). What We Offer AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NOTICE TO THIRD PARTY AGENCIES: Please note that AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Recruitment Fee Agreement, AECOM will not consider or agree to payment of any referral compensation or recruiter fee. In the event a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, AECOM explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM. Job Category Engineering - Civil Business Group Design and Consulting Services Group (DCS) Country Australia Position Status Full-Time Requisition/Vacancy No. 189089BR Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Aspect Personnel
Melbourne
Our client is a boutique 3D Visualisation studio, headed up by an industry renowned visualisation artist. Boasting a beautiful office location and offering excellent autonomy, you will create life-like renders for the marketing purposes of award-winning projects and practices.You will work to create white-card images, so a strong modelling ability is essential, as is an expert proficiency in 3Ds Max. You will also be required to effectively texture map and apply post-production effects.We are looking for both Mid-Level and Senior artists with a background in Architecture or Interior Design.Applicants will be assessed by Portfolio, therefore, applications that are submitted without a portfolio, will NOT be considered.Please note: To be considered for this position, you must have the right to work and reside in Australia. This role does NOT offer sponsorship.If you are interested in discussing the role in detail or would like to know more about the practice, please give me a call on 03 9092 7211.To Apply, please follow the link below. Alternatively, please email your CV and Portfolio (under 10MB) to r.alkhatib@aspectpersonnel.com.auFor more information on this or other Architecture and Design opportunities in the Melbourne market please check out our careers page https://www.aspectpersonnel.com.au/page/job-seekers/
Up to $36.98 per hour + Super, depending on exp
Alexander Appointments
Sydney
Our NSW State Government client is committed to providing mobile health services for the community of NSW. They are currently seeking an experienced, Executive Assistant to join their team in Rozelle, for an immediate start. In this exciting role, you will be providing high level support to the Director Sector Operations (DSO) and the Sector office in general. Your duties will include but won’t be limited to the following – Triage telephone calls as the first point of contact, answering general enquiries providing timely responses Records management ensuring confidentiality, integrity and accuracy Complete diary and travel management for the Director Sector Operations Arrange meetings and conferences Attend meetings and other sector forums, providing appropriate secretarial support including preparing meeting minutes, agendas, procurement tenders, EOI’s along with other procurement and presentation material Manage petty cash, ordering of stationary and general office supplies High level word processing, compiling memoranda’s and correspondence, briefing notes, generate management reports and other administrative duties Process mail distribution, identifying and escalating important correspondence Undertaking other duties such as maintaining applications and databases including Sector Intranet. To secure this great assignment you will have the following – Sound experience in supporting at Director Level Superior organisational skills and ability to multi-task and prioritise conflicting deadlines Impeccable communication skills, both verbal and written. Excellent computer skills including previous proven experience with TRIM and Microsoft Office Highly proficient keyboard skills, minimum 50wpm with 98% accuracy, testing will be required Excellent analytical, research and investigative skills High attention to detail A strong team and task focus Ability to commence the assignment and commit to the duration
New South Wales Bar Association
Australia, NewSouthWales, Sydney
About the Role Contribute to best practice in the legal profession Case manage the investigation of complaints and conduct issues concerning barristers Would suit candidates from a regulatory, conduct or professional standards background The Role You will investigate and report to the Bar Council about conduct complaints and professional standards issues concerning barristers. Managing a case load of matters and being a direct point of contact for stakeholders, you will ensure cases are progressed expeditiously and with procedural fairness. You have secretariat responsibilities to two professional conduct committees, working closely with the Chair and barrister members, to ensure accurate reporting to the Bar Council at the conclusion of investigations. Additional responsibilities include: Response to enquiries from the profession and the public in relation to legislation and regulation Provision of instructions to solicitors and counsel appearing on behalf of the Bar Council Assistance in the preparation of submissions on matters affecting the regulation of the profession Skills Required You have prior experience in a legal statutory body, professional standards, conduct or regulatory investigations area, together with demonstrated ability to rigorously analyse material and effective case management skills. You can interpret and communicate legislation to a wide range of stakeholders including the general public and the profession, and have excellent written skills with a strong attention to detail. You will also have: Eligibility to hold a current NSW Practising Certificate A strong commitment to upholding the integrity of the legal profession The ability to cultivate productive working relationships
90000 to 150000
AustCorp
All Sydney > Sydney
Leading supplier of fire protection products! National role! Highly competitive package + benefits! The CompanyOur client is one of the most respected providers of fire protection products in Australia. They are now seeking a National Business Development Manager to manage their key accounts and develop their business within the Marine and Defence industries. The Role To recognise future business opportunities with the Marine and Defence Force. Ensure achievement of environmental, health and safety, profitability, cash, productivity and people objectives. Lead and drive business development and sale activities. Gather, plan and communicate market intelligence to drive sales and operational improvements. Establish a robust and sustainable team, as well assisting the GM & Operations Manager in the formulation and execution of a national growth plan for the company. Implement appropriate strategies for the achievement of all financial (P&L) and other business objectives. Develop and maintain high-level client relationships to achieve maximum penetration into selected markets (CoA DoD Government, Defence, Commercial & Private Marine). The Candidate A minimum of five (5) years senior management experience with significant operational, sales, and people management exposure in a Marine industry. Superior Business Acumen and communication skills. Results Driven. Demonstrable ability to drive and deliver technical solutions to the marine industry. Ability to work both strategically and tactically as required. Sound people management experience across a wide range of employees. Initially fully hands on in all responsibilities and target areas. The Opportunity A financially sound and stable long term career This role will serve as a successor to their General Manager Australia. Senior Role with an Attractive and Competitive Remuneration Package with a fully maintained company vehicle or car allowance. To apply for this role or similar roles, please send your resume to rebeccar@austcorpexecutive.com.au or contact Rebecca Reynolds on 0282521103 for a confidential discussion.
Stellar Recruitment
Regional QLD MacKay & Coalfields
Multi-Level Residential and Commercial Developments Roles available in Mackay and Toowoomba Competitive salary package in a Permanent Role Our client has a strategic requirement for a Contract Administrator with approximately 3-5 years’ practical experience in commercial construction for a multi-level residential and commercial development in the Mackay region. This is an excellent opportunity to work for a significant and supportive company who provide strong opportunities for career development working on exciting projects in the industry. If you are looking to broaden your skills whilst enjoying the flexibility of the diverse nature of the projects, this is the role for you. To be considered suitable for this role you will possess the following; A tertiary qualification in Construction management or a similar field OR 8 Years contraction administration experience in the construction sector A strong understanding of construction process from start to finish and relative challenges Subcontract Management A strong kknowledge in contract T&Cs Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as interpersonal skills Experience in Microsoft office and Jobpac (or similar costing software) If you are a Contract Administrator with 3-5 years’ experience working for commercial contractors on construction projects in Australia’s infrastructure sector, this is an opportunity that is not to be missed! On offer will be an attractive salary which will depend on your level of experience to date. **All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence